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Baltimore-the 12th September sylvania 283, 289, 350, 363, Aborigines, American, remarks observed at 63; elections 112; 385, 418; Baltimore 283; G-orupon 185—see Indiane.

inspections 128; fire in 139; gia 233; Kontucky, 283, 290, Adams, president-his corres- society for promoting natural 361, 417; Cincinnati 283; Ohio

pondence wi:h Mr. Rodney, science 150; great improve. 283, 361, 478; Philadelphia 100; his letter on allegiance, ment of 160; bills of mortali. 283, 362; Maryland 290; Bri101, bis lady dies 175; notice ty 388; muyor resigns 480 tish 28°; anecdote about dis. of her character 200; age of Bank of the United S:ates-ge. counts 284; Virginia 416; inisMr. A.

266 neral remarks 4, 59, 60, 163; take of traveller! 361; chan. Adams, J. Q. his reply to the on the refusal to pay the notes ges of presidents and cashiers Spanis:: no.e,

368 of its offices, &c 25, 33, 34, 416; of Bedford 417; on com. Admiralty cases on lake Erie! 175 59, 60, 61; anecdotes 58; Ja- pelling payments by 386—see Agricultural-Thomas' wheat cob Birker's notice 34; spe. bank of the U.States, banking,

and rye, 65, 91, improved ma. culations 58; debts due to it congress, and the names of the chines 80; societies, several 282; respecting elections, 59; several states. noticed 151; gen. Van Rense- directors 59, 361, 478; office Bankrupt law, recommended, lacris liberaliiy 175; proceed- at Cincinnati 59; tariff of ex

245, 387 ings of Virginia sociey, col. change 60; reports about 417; Baptists in the U. States, 176; Taylor's paper, &c. 177; Es. "give us the names!" 99; un. first baptism by immersion, at sex society, Mr. Pickering's certainty of the charter 114; New Orleans

63 address 181; Jefferson county col. Sloan's address to the Barbary powers--Swe:lish iri. soc'y. gov. Clinton's address, electors of Ohio about it 130; bute to 60; anti-pirate insti. 195; Mr. le Ray's address 353 predictions 149; on taxing it stution

123 Aix la Chapelle, 31, 120, 228, 163, 289, 367, 436; see also Barker, Jacob

34 256, 260, 293, 349, 424, 480 the several statea; reinarks on Barney, com. dies 265; tribute Alabari-sickness in reporied Mr. Spencer's resolution 241; of respect to

416 9; Mobile, 32, 43, 268; law proceedings of the stockhold. Birckbeck's letters noticed 102 about 1181ry 4.3; sales of land ers at Charleston 283: price of Birdsall, major

199 in 64, 125 198; rapid popula. the stock, 289, 361, 385, 401; Bland, judge, see Chili, &c. and tion of 125, .265; Marathon apology for the discounts at 175; his report mentioned 289 198; Blakely 198; census 384; Baltimore, 289; sta:ements to Blanding, A. his address on in. collage 384 the senate 327; public depo. ternal improvement

135 Algiers--a cruiser off Portugal si's 327; president's letter Bonaparte, Napoleon-notices of

89; the new dey 123; execu. to the secretary of the trea. 8, 121, 154, 197; his son 32, tions,

166 sury and remarks 345, 362, 62, 77, 121; a note written Allegiance-Mr. Adams' letter 363; explanations on the oppo. by bim 8; guarded vigilantly upong

101 sing statement of the Puilad'a 121; money bequcathed to Allied sovereigns, see Aix la banks 362; state of Maryland him 166; alarms about himChapelle.

versus J.W. M'Culloh, cash'r Dr. O'Meara, &c. 260, 425; of Alston, Mr. the painter 199 of the office in Baltimore, his wife, &c. 349; reports &Anierican inhumanity!

362; branches in Kentucky bout his escape, plots, &c. 4.25 Ancestry, the pride of

126 385; Mr. Jones resigns 417, Bonaparte, Lucien-notices of Anderson, John

176 Mr. Connelly, 417; Mr. Ser. 8; his entry in to Rome 122 Antiquities, modern

196
geani's reported mission 417; Bonaparte, Jerome

154 Appie tree, a remarkable one 122 remarks on the report ma

Boone, col. his death reported Arbuthnot and Ambrister-sec

to congress 433, 464; decisi.

64; denied 176; his present siFlorida; memorial of Ambris. on in Kentucky respecting the

tuation

328 ter's father 84; British re- taxing of it 436; on what

Boston, exchange 199; bills of marks on their execution 85, should be done with it 464;

424 131; letier from Arbutlinot 85;

mortality se burrktrig, banks and congress Brackenridge, H. M. bis let. the trial of 270; report in coi). Banking-general notices,anec:

ter

188, 202 gress respecting

394 doies and remarks, 1, 58. 65; Brazil, state of, 166; conscripArmy of the United States- 81, 99, 113, 282 284, 361, tions in 261, insult to the A.

general orders 80, 91, 269; 364, 385, 417, 478; suspen. merican Aag in 26Li slave promotions, &c. 104, recrui's sion of -pecie payments 225, ships captured

428 91; manual labor of the sol. 256, 284; counterfeiters 53,

Briggs, Isaac

475 diers, 294; to be clothed in 201, 283, 361; meeting at Bristed's book

388 domestic inanufactures 294; Elkton 34; letters to the exira allowance to soldiers editor re-pecting, 5, 36, 81,

British affairs-generally. 388, see congresa.

Antiquities 153; Aspin's chrono. Artigas, bis agreement with the

27

129, 130, 245; robberies, 59,

113; presented! 59; payments

logy 35; arity British 90 in specie 284; prosecutions,

Bank and banks, 283, 349, 476; Asbury college, mentioned

478 59; swindlings, 113, 282; ge. bankrupts 426; Baker, À St. Ashmead, captain, bis epitaph, neral essays 161, 217, 245,

John, 7; bullion 227, 319; bu. &c.

196 364 385, 417_see banks and rial company! 107; Birdett, Aspin's chronology 37 congress.

sir Francis 39, 88, 426; beg. Auburn, N. Y. 175 Banks of several states 126; a gars

349 Aury's proclamation, at Provi. list of those in all the states

Canning 7; Carlton house 37; dince 90; see l'enezuela, &c. desired 190; Mr. Biedsoe's church 153; Cobbett 7, 39; B.

resolutions about those in crimnes 138, 153, 259, 476; Backwoodsman, a poem,

187 Kentucky 437; of Muskingum coin 39, 197, 227; Cochrane, Prugot, Mr.

480 417; ravages of banks 418; Id. 87, 120; cotton imported, Bils on Springs

Mr. Rumsey's remarks 282; &c. 107, 259; consuls in the Baltic trade, in Ame. vessels 427 of Verinont 283, 364; Penn. U.S. 175; Castlereagh's lady 292

153, 349

9, 176

ticed

92

Debi, 61, 154; debtors, 153; Brown, gen.division orders 158; territory 479; Armories 224,
drawing rooms

4761

at Washington city 480 253; army 227, 247 248, 285,
Ellenborough, lord 476; elec. Boundary lines

199 291. 327, 365, 366, 393, 394,
tions, noticed 7, 31, 39, 88; Buenos Ayres-see Rio de la 400, 401, 416; Alabama 291,
Esquimaux Indian 134; exe. Plata; notices of the state of 326, 393; appr pria ions 253,
cutions 259, 476; expendi. affairs at 63, 79, 124; affairs

287, 327, 394, 400, 431
tures

293 with the Portuguese 79; na- Bank of the U. S. debate 7U;
Francis,sir Philip 476; forgeries wy, 109; Washington's birth Mr. Spencer's resolutions,
138, 428, 478; female racer day observed at

118

various proceedings, debates,
349; fever in Ireland 476; Bug destroyer!

111 and remarks therern 226,
flour and grain, prices of, Bull Head, Indian chief, dies 126 241, 247, 248, 249, 253; other
&c. 7, 31, 61, 109, 136, 197, Burbank gen.of Massachusetts 199 resolutions offered by the
259; foreign ministers, 37

C.

same 433; committee of in-
Gas tubes

138 Calhoun, Mr. his report about vestigation 267, 361, 402;
Hunt, Mr. 39, 227; Hobhouse, the bank

public deposits. 328; letter
Mr.

426 Canada- Mr. Gourlay 32, 62, from the president to the sec.
Imports of four 7, 109; imila. 193. 428; catholic bishop, 62, of the treasury S45; Mr. Spen.

tive tea, 476; iron churches M treal 92; lord Selkirk, cer's report 402; documents
138; iron bridges 153; iron 134; canal projected 139; gov. accompanying the same 436,
desse! 259; iron king proposed Maitland's speech 193; im. 465;-(not concluded in the
153; Indians in England, 39, ports of St. John's 158; du- voiime); Mr. Trimble's mo
134; Inciedon, Mr 153; intol. ties on imports 428; einigra. tion 414. 415; Mr Jones'
lerance
153 tion to 267; newspaper 00.

memorial 462; documents
King, the 227, 349; of his jewels

430

thereto 474; Boston memo.
426, 476: Kent, the duke of Capitol, at Washington

9

rial presented 463; Mr John-
62; his wife
349 Caraccas, see Venezuela

son's resolution 463; error
Las Casas 107; Liverpool 7, 39; Cattle, a fine drove of 269 corrected 479; Mr. Clair.
Leopold, prince, 258; loans Canvas, American

112 borne's proposed motion, 415
292; Lowe,sir 1!. 476;"loyalıy 127 Cement, Mr. Randolph's 9 Banks of Columbia, 367, 400, 401
Meetings 165; Manchester 7,31 Chain cable

125 Bankruptcy, a systein of 226,
39, 61, 109, 153, 259; mayor's Chehaw village

254, 256 -431; Baltin ore 306; Braum:r.
feast 426; MacGregor's expe. Cherokees, migration of 286 chais' claim 248 252 253, 236;
dition 426; Melville, lord 476 Chickasaws, treaty

266 books 287; bounty lands 291,
Navy and naval
153 Children, three at a birth

292; buildings, public, 225,
Order respecting Spain and Chili, notices of the state of af.

226 227
her colonies 31; O'Meara, fairs 63, 79, 294; capt. Bid. Chaplains 223; Clay, Mr. 463;
Dr. 259; Osgood, Mr. 227; die at Valparaiso 79, 124, 166;

Christmas recess proposed
Onions!

138

his correspondence with the 326, 327; committees, of the
Pregnant princesses! 32, 88, secretary of state 167; ses. senate 222; of the house 223,

349; potatoes 199; prince re. fight 79; naval preparations, 224, 225, 415; cotton 327;
gent is insulted 39; his pro- &c. 124, 167, 350; commo. Choctaw Indians 225, 252;
digality 37, 87; has the gout dore Bowles 124; Mr. Bland censi: 327; coins, relating
107; portable mill 61; porter in 166; wheat

200

to 246, 247, 248, 402, 430;
brewed 107; parliament 121; Chillicothe

27 closed doors 431; Chehaw
polar expedition 121, 261, Chronology, Aspin's

37 villag- 366; Cobb, Mr. 351;
292; palace yard meeting 227; Cincinnati 176; banks 225, 256, 290 Creek I.dians, 225; crimes,
population 258; paper sys- Circulating medium, proposed for the punishment of 247,
ter 292, 476;- poor 349; pip- 220; remarks

281 285; colonization society 429;
pen apples

349 Clay, Mr. at Frankfort 9; his Chesapeake and Delaware
Queen, of the 7, 61, 138, 426 speech on internal improve. canal 351 394; cultivation of
Retrenchment 87; Romily, sir ment

140 the vine and olive

288
Samuel 426; red hook 7, 37, Clerical licenses

139 Dearborn's me norial 479; du.
87; riots 7, 39, 163; royal al- Cobbett, William 7, 39, 480 ties 365, 389; Dufour J. J.
liance! 227; revenue 153; Cochrane, lord

293

327 351
Rush, Mr American minister 120 Coffee, gen. a march of his bri- Engineers 401; exportation of
Seamen 127; snuff boxes 7; gade

92 coin 247; exports and imports
Sussex, duke of 87; stocks Coin, see specie.

291, 365; Elwards, Ames 429
31, 39, 120, 138, 227, 292, Colden, c. D.

139 Fissrries 366; Florisla 285, 286,
349 428; Stockport 39; stamps

Colonial system

290 291, 292, 329. 413, 430; For-
153; Scottish peers 88; spi. Columbia river,its near approach syth, Mr. 226; French emi.
ces, remitted io India!

426
to the waters of the Atlantic 125 grants

288
Treaty with the U S. 434; tea Columbia district, proposed re. Haile, Jolin 287; Hayti

3j3
manufactured 107, 476; truth trocession of a part of 294 Illinois 224, 225, 226, 265, 285,
a lible 87; Tierney, Mr. 121; Commencements in the N. E 292, 326; invalids 227, 287;
tobacco 153; imitated 476 colleges

127 internal improveminis, Mr.
Voluateers for South America 349 Commerce, American 112 Clay's speech 140; report re.
Wages 40, 153, 163, 197, 259; Commutation, inilitary 176 specting 394; Indians 326;
Wilson, sir Robert 7; Wooler Conard, John

480

agents amongst then, 351; of
Mr. 7; Wellington, duke 426;

Congress.

spies amongst them 402;
Woolen manufactures 39; Amendiments to the constitui. treaties with them

416
war rumors 120, 121, 131; tion 227, 247, 285, 393, 415, Jackson, gen A. 225; judiciary
wheat 197; walking exploit 258 429; Adams, Mr. bis reply

246, 367, 367, 383, 394
Yeo, sir James 15); York, the to the Spanish note 368; An. Kellog, Charles 292; Kalb, the
duke of
292 derson, John 351; Arkansaw baron de

429

Lands, public 286, 327, 393; pa. remarks, &c 400, 413, 429, Cuba, see Test Indies; exports

tents for 222; payments for 430 431; decision of the ques. of Ilavada 360; revenues of 477
253, 285, 393; Lambert, Mr. tions 462; rem: rks, 478 Cumberland road, see congress
394; Latrobe I. 365; Lan- Salaries, 227, 246, 253; salt 226. article "roads" and

465
caster, Joseph: 430; library 253, 366; seals in the hall 414 Currency, of paper, proposed 220
committee 222, 224; liberty, 415; sedition law-see Lyon,

D.
civil and religious 402; lorgi- Mathew, in:] 286; seamen, fo. Danforth, gen. A

92
tude of the capito) 394; Lyon, reign, 287; sedstors, c!assed, Declaration of the Allied sove
Mathew 225, 246; bis peti. 285; Sergeant, M:. 402; sla reigns

424
tion

262, 285 very and si ves 226, 22. 291, D-ni rk-a queer story from 40;
Messages of the president 526. 350, 366, 401, 402 413, hirth- and warriages 40
on opening the session 213;

415. 429-importa t decision Dismal Swamp canal 267
(the references of it 223); re. 478; Spain, relations with, Divine right of kings

92
specting an article in the the documents 329, 351, 367 Domestic and foreixn gonds 418
British treaty 253; on the Se. to 384; Spencer, Mr. 402; Downie,com. his monument 111
minole war 285, 295; about Stark,gen. 227, 253, 291, 326;

D';el, lorrid

464
the public buildings 286; Stevens, E.L. 327, 351; SO! h Dutier, the liability for a law
with the correspondence American governmen's 402 463 case 160; on imports and tor.
between gen. Jackson and Tallmadge, judg , 429, 43';

nage

389
gov. Rabun 291, 359, 365, Tompkins, vic president 428
366; relations with Spain 367; 478; Tonbon-docle, a Sene- East Indies, of the wars in 8, 41;
about the army

393 ca Indian 327; Treasury re. Talnier, 41, 123; the Piesh.
Manufactures 247, 286, 293, report 257; Trimble, Mr. 414; wah 41. 156; sips built in
416; Mayhew, Thaddeus 326; Turner, Asa

326

41; co. tierre, 88, 89; diseas.
Massachusetts claires 326; Universities, land for

286

es 88. 156; 1 jee Row 41: ex.
Macon, Mr. 267; medical staff Van Ness, judge 429, 430. Vir.

paris of cotis. 88; great plyn.
248; members attending 212; ginia, judicial disiricis jo 226

dering 89, 109; rebellion! 123
Michigan territory 224, 327; War department, 226 227, 248,

156; Ceylon, 123, 139, 197,
mint of the U. S. 430; Missis. 393; Washington, respeciing 293; great gun 123; Mumde.
sippi 393; militia 227 402 429; & monument for 247 393, 415; Tab 156; monopolies of the
reluns of 389; military aca- Washington city 401; weights Durch

136
demies 224, 327; Missouri and measurns, 366, 401; West

Economy, recommended 243
292, 326, 327, 470, 479; Mor. India trade,(British acts) 429; Editorial, see banks, &c. sep-
ril, Mr. 464; Munford, Mr. wines

287 tennial retrospect 1; on the
dies

352 Yeas and Nays-on the admis. es-presidents of the United
Nary and naval-pensions 224, sion of Illinois, 226; on Mr. States, 113; southern repub-
226, 400; increase, &c. 286, Spencer's motion about the

lics 129; to his readers on
366; appropriations 327; tion- U.S. bank 252; about the se.

closing the volume

477
her for 351; rules and regu. dition law 286; on Beaumar. Exlucation, remarks upon

479
lations of 351; register, 366; chais' claim 286; on the exten. Egyp', commerce revived. 41
instructions

400 sion of pensions to widows, Elkion meeting about the bank
Negro fort in Florida 430 &^. 292; about circuit courts, 34; remarks of the Federal
Officers of the two fronses 212 365, 415: respecting a monu- Gizelte, &c.

35
Passenger ships 292; pensions ment to Washington 393; on Elliott, col. George

92
226, 288, 291, 292, 415; Penn. the boundary of Missi-sippi Emigration 9, 33, 63, 125, 269
sylvania judicial districts and Alabama 393; respeciing Equinox, remarks respecting 92
227,286; persons of color 285; a constitutional amendment

Erie lake,its connexion with the
post routes, by steam boats 394; about military roads 416; waters of the Mississippi 64,
352; Pollock, Oliver 326; re-pecting an indemnity 10

42; admiralty cases on 175;
Preble com. E. 291; private owners of slaves impressed shipwrecks upon 352; ebb
claims, a remark respecting into the military service 429; of the lake 352; commerce
479; property lost, &c. 224; on the prohibition of slavery

upon

352
printing for congress 285, in M ssouri

478 Esquimaux Indian in England 134
287, 292, 326; public build.

Congreve, sir William 110 Essex Register, extract from 217
ings
386 Connecticut, proceedings of the Etiquete, noticed

387
Renner and Heath, 327; Revc-

convention 30; constitution Exportation of specie, remarks,
nue, frauds on 365; road-
05; ratification of 138 164; upon

242
Cumberland to lVlieeling 292; elections 92, 112, 128, 160; Exchange, equalized!

416
roads, 394, 400, 401, 416, 428,

governor's speech 114: the Extracts, infamous 3, 245
463; Roosa, Cornelius 431
old royal charter fired from a

F.
Reports-on weights and mea.

cannon 140; governor's pro-
Federal Gazette

35
sures (1793] 255; annual, of

clamaiion 164; açt respecting

Fifiy years ago

196
the treasury department 257; mail stages

175 Fire in the mountains 199
of the department of state,

Fisheries, British endorsement
respecting seamen 287; of the
Consanguinity, curious case of 198

42; decree at Halifax respeet.
military committee on the Se- Corn, & productive stalk 140, 328

ing
minole war 394; of Mr. Spen-
Coitin, from the Eastern stalés!

Fishing, successful

92
cer on the bank of the U.S. 402
92; great prices of 160; East

92

Flag of the Uniied States
Seminole var 285; Mr. Holmes?

India 418; see British affairs.

Flax, a machine for working it 182
resolution 257; Mr. Cobb's Court martial, Arbuthnot and Florida, dreadful battle at Pen.
288, 291, 40, 413; documents Arnbrister

270 sacola! 32; British remarks,
270, 295; commilice in ille Creeks, a great council of, state &c. concerning 41, 120, 121,
in the senate 326; reports of of the lioil, &c. 266; see IS1, 156, 165, 269; Woodbine
military com, 394; debates, Indiuns, &c.

and il'Gregor 42; restoration

85

to

revenue

of Pensacola, &c. 62, 79, 91, 62: on manufactures, &c. 62, Index, the general

32
156, 197 269, 432; hostile 77; public estates to... soir! Indiang-the harmony society
In lisas 62, 91, 127, 158, 200, 62; decree respecting young in 43; prieng current in 111;
265; Arbuthnot 62, 85; see Nipoleon 121; Be.uhır ois elections 125, 367; vineyards
Arbuthnot and Ambrister; 122; Prussians and Saxons 127; newspapers

294
Hellisajo 85; Forbes, & co. 123, 155; population 139; Indians, &c. -captive released
124; gov. Masot 261; pirates Maria Louisa 139; Gethe 64; the Pamunkeys 64; the
caught 261; frost al Pensaco. 155; Bitish balf pay officers Stockbridges 64; cessions of
Ja 265;the prophet's daughter ip 166; small cox 166; mendi. land 110; the Oneidas 111;
266, 432; speculations in pro- ciiy checked 166; Austrian Bull Head 126; the Senecas,
pertv 4:2; its restoration no. frigates 197; Bavaria und &157; treaties, various 159,
ticed in a Canada paper

480 Baden preparing for batile! 164; editorial remarks on the
Porsyth, Mr.

431, 480 293. Fribourg 293; vassalage general state of, &c. 185;
Fortifications

268 ablished in cerain lordships Delawares 199; A kansaws
France-army 154 259; Chap. 427; torture proposed to be 199; 1'e Shawiese 268; on the.

tel 7; crops 121; Cashmere abolished 476; population of anielioration of the condition
shawls 154; conspiracies, &c. the severai states of the con. of 420; emissaries amongst
7; conscription, 259; Clarke, federation

476 them 432; speech, delivered
marshal 426; Englishmen in Gold and silver, prorluct of 196 at fart Hawkins

436
121; evacuation of 259, 424; Graham, Mr. his report on S. Internal communication-see
foreign truops 7, 154, 228 American affairs 237; appoint. the several states, &c. and 161
259, 293; act for withdrawing ed minister to Brazil 367 Ionian islands

428
them 424; Garnerin, Ma. Grand isle, in the Niagara river 268 Iron wanted for the navy 106;
dam 40; Gourgand's work Grape vine, mammoth! 128 works

112
476; heat of the weather 62; Greenland, of the ice adjacent Italy-Maria Louisa 8; artists
Joan of Arc 154; Kleber's

41 at New York

91
remains 197; Lancasierian Grenada, New-notices of 78; *

J.
schools 476; Monge, M. 61; deputy in England 89 Jackson, gen. British notices of
Moreau, Mad, 259, military Gudgeons, winged, a law case 359 him 38; his correspondence
laundress 197; nobility 40; Gunnery, Congreve's impris. 110 with gov. Rabun 254; a com-
naval matters 125; Paris,

H.

pliment to him at Hintsville
births, deaths and marriages Hamilton, the murderer of maj. 266; his dispule with gen.
in 426; political memory 4.6; Birdsall

125, 139, 199 Adair 367; arrives at Wash-
playing cards 121; popula. Hare, professor

139 ington 431; at Baltimore, and
tion 289, 349; religious pro- Harris, doctor

82 at Philadelphia 479; noticed
cession 138;

32;
Hart, capt. respect to the re-

in a Canada paper

480
slave trade abolished 7; mains of

360 Jefferson, president 266, 431
stocks, the fall of 426; vin. Hastings, Warren, dies 123 Johnson, col. R. M. 125, 432
tage, the 259; warrior's alma. Hayti, official letter respecting

K.
426 the emigration of people of Kentucky-elections 9, 352;
Franklin's letter respecting A- color 117: reported war in university 132; proceedings
merican privateers, in the re. 124, 166; prince Noel 166

respectilig he U.S. bank 385;
· volutionary war 106; his Heath, Capt. his dispute rt! the same respecting certain
speech in the convention res.

capt. Perry

140, 152 lands ceded by the Indians
pecting public prayers 108; Hemp and flax, macbine for 416; Mr. Bledsoe's resolu.
fund, at Boston 267; do. at werking them

182
tions about banks

417
Philadelphia
480 Humboldt, buron

427 Kidnapping 267, 268; summary
Free masini, Portuguese de. Huntingdon, gen. J.

126 jus ice in a case of

384
cree respecting
426 Hyde, J.B.

157

L.
French, consuls

198 Hydrophobia among the foxes 176 Labour, calculations about the
Friends, or Quakers, their re.

I.
products of

216, 418
presentation of the state of Ulinois-convention meets 42; Lallemand's colony, &c. 80 176,
certain I dians, &c.
420 constitution 93; Birckbeck's

200, 265
Fros: in S. Carolina 140; in Flo letters from 102; electio s Lancaster, Joseph

268
rida

265 *175; governor's speech 192; Lxds ceded by the Indians
Fur, importance of the trade to proceedings respecting the 110; public, remarks upon

the United States, &c. 182: Ovo saline 193; the state 116; sales at Milledgeville
sales of

266
toasted

199; agkregate sales 352; in.
G.
Imports of the United Sta es- teresting details of

423
Gaines, gen.
127, 267 remarks on 201, 216; ffi jal Las Casas

107
Gallatin's report on roads and aggregates of 206, 207, 208, Law cases-promise of marri.

canals 10, 45; bis return ex. 209; estimate of their valine age 80, 265; truth a lible 87;
peared

352 and of the balance of trale, com. Taylor, at New York
Garlic, a machine to separate

210, 211; duties upon 239; 89, 105; reported at length
it from wheat
5 frauds in

418 167; is trial at Ballimore
Garnerin, Mad.

40 Inco porations, remarks upon 290; sedıcıion 119; cruelly
Georgia-Savannah exports 175, 4, 162, 282, 283; see banks

lo a young woman 126; com.
360; gorernor's message 357;
and banking

mercial 180; jurisiliction of
elections, 175, 265, respect. Indecency punished

175 the U. S. courts 194; marine
ing certain siaves iniroduc- Independence of the press 149; court at New York 269; c se
ed 359; run

432 a biography pri osed of of the Providenti: 26%; wing-
Germany, generally-\Vistem. those who signed the declara. ed gudgeons 359; Adair vs.
berg 40; the duke of Kent in

291

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