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NOTICES OF THE ARTS AND MANUFACTURES, AND A RECORD
OF THE EVENTS OF THE TIMES.

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court house burnt 352
Albany—Commercial bank 225;
theatre 299; pier S54

Alexandria, boring for water at 160
Alleghany river, commerce of 165
mountains 229
America, general population of 262
American natural history—a
splendid work to be published
148; books, “who reads one?’ 167
Anchors, of American iron, , 148
Anderson, Mrs. decease of 16;
Mr. arrives at New-York 192
Andre, major, noticed. .. 386
Andrews, major—see “Indians,”
“Creek affairs” & “Georgia.”
Ancedote of a cryer of a court 80
Anniversary of independence 293
Antommarchi, Dr. ... 168
Appointments, by the president
and senate 17, 43, 80, 176, 208
.irkansas—case of certain Indi-
ans convicted of murder 96;
Cherokee boundary in 105;
population and banking 239;
“The Rast” 259; the bounda-
ries of the territory 294
Army of the U.S.—promotions
and appointments 52,333; mi-
litary academy 100, 224; Mis-
souri expedition 332
Atlantic and Pacific—see “canals.”
. Austria—sce “Germany:” statis-
tics - 19
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Balloon, a very large one, 80:
ascent of one at New-York 320
3allot, the magic of the .. 167
oitimore—Mrs. Moale dies 80;
“Oliver free school” 96; per-
sons of color 100; inspections
101; list of those who loaned
money to gen. Lafayette in the
. . evolution 101; water power
in the Leighborhood, lo, -1];
city Hotel, to be built 147; fly-
.ng schooners 147, 1923, the
bank of Baltimore &so cutters

building at 304; fifth regiment
308; bills of mortality 338, 368
—Warren factory 338; profes-
sor Hoffman 352
Banda Oriental 300
Bank of the U. States—branch at
Savannah 116; dividend 292;
price of its stock 351
Banks of Massachusetts 34; of
Alabama 35; runnings of the 167
Bankrupt law—in Germany 181

Bankruptcy, fraudulent 354
Baptism, extraordinary 208
Baptist clergymen 272
Barbary powers—earthquake in
Algiers 166, 177

Barbour, Mr. to the governor of
Connecticut 180; his father
dies 208; leaves Washington

224; returns 2S2
Becraft, William, dies 368
Beggar, a rich one, dies 112
Beggars on horseback 416
Bell, Mr. and lever power 181

Benton, Mr. letters to Mr. Scott 51

Bermuda, great dock yard at 300

Bible society 200; ancient copy
of the 298; great collection of 409

Big Warrior, the-dies 48
Birkbeck, Mr. drowned 304
Births, extraordinary I 12
Black lead mine . 282
Blackwood's magazine 274

Bonaparte, Napoleon—his heart
113; his death spoken of in
the British privy council 168;
his code, 303; “legitimacy,”
355; Charles 148, 353; the fa-
mily, at Rome 169
Bonnets, manufacture of 258
Boring for water 104
Boston—great sale of lots in 100;
destructive fire in 112; por-
traits of revolutionary patriots
to be procured 162; the banks
167, 416; “amalgamation” tic-
ket defeated 178; arrivals and
clearances 178; early stand
for independence 215; extraor-
dinary characters at 229; no
steam-boat belonging to 272;
schools 309; obstructions in
the streets 352; savings bank 387
Bottles sunk in the sea 336
Bowen, John, dies 415
Brandywine, the battle of &c. 321
Brazil—the slave trade 5; reve-
nue 6; population 6; Pernam-
buco 107; insurrections 216;
lord Cochrane in England 409;
relations with Portugal—see

“Portugal.”
Brent, Mr. his statement respect-
ing Mr. Kremer 25; a letter
from him 13.1
Bricks, made by steam 106
British commercial regulations:
sce “Free trade” and 155

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XXVIII.

nos Ayres, emigrants to 231; treaty with
334; Burdet, sir F. 87; Byron lord, sales
of his poems 192:
Canning, Mr. 50, 52, 107; catholic reliet
bill-various proceedings and remarks
87, 107, 200, 215, 249, 269.279,295,243;
the petition 106; Burdett's proposition
and Cauuing's remarks 167; associa:
tions, debate, protest, &c. 142,249; cont-
onel censo-regulations of 135; coals 5,230;
Colquhoun's estimates 5; church, tibe-
rality and justice of the 166,241; “in
danger"356; property 388; cotton in.
ported 40,149; price of see “cotton;" Co-
lonibia, emigration to 106; Canada-emi-
gration to 106, 230; coronation, cost of
the 153; coinage 153, 279; Cochrane,
lord, 383,409; Cumberland, the duke of
3:6; corn laws 155, 161, 183, 251, 257,
327; Cumminghame, Mr. 213; commerce 3
270, 310, 327; criminals 333; chancery
cuurt 343
Danish loan 106; dissenters 214; dock
yards 106; duties proposed to be re-
pealed :09; Dutch butter, as to the im-
port of 24!
East India finances 153; population 182;
executions 40; exports, tables of 93, 310
Factors, the law concerning 342; Fox, Mr.
anecdote of 254; finances, general view
of 108; free masons 277; forgery-Sa.
vary's case 22
Gambling in stocks—see “stock compa-
nies,” below; gaine laws 160; grain,
crops of 343; Ghent-treaty 338; Glas-
gow university 230; Greeks, relating to
166,219; gold exported 310
Huskisson Mr. to Mr. Rush 132; his “free
trade" notions 145, 161, 186, 225, 241,
262, 305, 327, 354, 406; hops, cultiva-
tion of 154; hydrophobia 312; house of
commons, standing orders of 262
Income in G. B. 5; imports 310; Indians
at court 230; iron, imported 97, 155
Ireland-general state of the country to;
association in 106; population 163; par
rish rates or, tythes, 165; deposits of
arms 270; tolerant spirit 270; us the
bishops 295; failures at Dublin 343
Jeffery, Mr. 213; judges' salaries 300; pu.
rity of 7
King's speech 18–to certain Indians 230–

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Lauderdale, lord 150; London-births and
deaths 39-arrivals at the port of 119–
at progress of building, &c. 214–of
5. names of the streets 230: Liverpool,
lord 150; Liverpool-arrivals at 4; ex.
ports 36, 1:9, 300; lunatic hospitals 231
Mails, conveyance of 231; Manchester 6s,
149, 270, manusactures w8, 153, 214;
Mina, gen, in England, 40; Mexican
mines 153; money abundant 5-gettiug
scarce 261; museum 23r
Nayal college 106-building and repair of
ships 106, 279: Northumberland, the
duke of 231,270,279, 3co, $11,388
O'Connel, Mr. 3:?
Parliament meets 18-of the attendance
of members 133-bills passed 3ss-pro.
rogued 407: Paster, madame, 343; press,
the state of 34-steam 328; princes
support of, &c. 326, 343; property in
G. B. 5; prosperity of England 21d;
prohibitions taken off, &c. &c. 1ss:
potteries 214; Probert, hung 388
Itaces, of horses and men 104; Rafaell's
picture, of the "tribute money" 388;
railroads-see railroads, general index,
and 106, 108; revenue 132, 408; Robin-
son Mr. 108; Rothschild, Mr. * 5
Savary, the forger, 200, 225; silk, import.
cd, &c. 231; smuggling, curious state-
ments concerning lio; slave labor sup-
ported 104-slaves carried off, during
the war with the U.S. 119,328; South
American republics 2, 5, 18, 52, 179,
262, 407; steam vessel, for the East In-
dies 270; stocks 5, 173, 225, 269, 328,
343; stock companies 5,54, 150, 151,
200, 278,343; Spain, relations with 407,
408; specic, exported 310, 327, 390; ar.
rivals of 408; silk, cultivation of 343;
“sports” 265
*Times,” extract from 167; Thelusion es-
tate 270, tonnage 328; Thames, a tun-
nel under the 408; turnpike tolls 84;
Turkey, trade with 270; tobacco, im-
ported 40; treaties with Russia, Sweden
and Buznos Ayres \ sco
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Universities 270; Unitarian marriage bill
3:2; U. States—British remarks on 167
Vaughan, Mr. 153,343
Wages of work people 214; walking, ex-
ploit in 328; weavers 214; wheat, ave-
rage price of 312; West Indies, wretch-
ed state of 262-trade with 406; Wil-
berforce, Mr. 106;. Wilson, Miss 227;
window tax 279; wool imported 343
York, the duke of 241; his speech and re-
marks &c. 249,279, 326-debt to his
taylor 326; harrasssed for his debts 313;
a compliment to - 388
Brooklyn, rise of property in 240
Brooks, gen. John, dies 32
Buchanan, Mr. British consul 71
Buenos. lyres—messages from the
executive to the congress 47,
$67; proceedings of 154, 263;
British intrigues at 83; British
minister at 154; colony of Scots
154; treaty with Great Britain
222, 334; address of the go-
vernor 263; mining company
280; protestant burial at 336;
prospect of war with Brazil
390; beggars on horseback 416
Bunker's Hill—of the monument
to be erected thereon 64, 177,
195,245,257; a saying of “Jo-
nathan” during the battle 416
Butter, price of 240
C.
Calhoun, Mr.—see “Vice-presi-
dent” and “Congress:” Testi-
monials of respect from the of
ficers of the war department,
and his reply 37; leaves Wash-
ington 65; at Lincolnton, N. C.
163; at Pendleton C. H. 177,
195; at Abbeville, with his
speech, &c. 265; at Augusta
261; at Edgefield 296
Call, Mr. extract from his circu-
lar 206; at Pensacola 212

Canada—population 3; statistical
items 35; the great ship in 80,
295, 368; arrival of teas, (di-
rect) 154, 344; arrival of set-
tlers 216, 271, 300; wonders in
228; the bishop dies 312; the
“Columbus” 368; robbers 390

Canal making—anecdote 103

Canals—see the names of states,
&c. Projected—the Susque-
hannah 47; between the James
and Ohio rivers 95; to unite the
waters of Boston harbor with
those of Narragansett bay 133;
Atlantic and Pacific 105, 152,
198; spirit for making of them,
particularized 161; in Rhode-
Island 178; Chesapeake and
Ohio, various proceedings re-
specting 218, 364, 407; the
Farmington 314; Delaware and
Raritan 224; anecdotes 227,
341; uses of canals 341; round
the falls of the Ohio 256; Hud-
son and Delaware 356; “the
Union,” in Pennsylvania 293,
354; Dismal Swamp 368; Che-
sapeake and Delaware 84, 148

Cannon, revolutionary 342
Cass, gov. a letter from him 38
Celebes—of the war in 216
Central.fmerica—see “Guatamala.”
Charleston-exports 352, 415;
U.S. bank at , 415

| Chesapeake and Delaware canal
—see “Canals.”
Chesapeake and Ohio canal—see
“Canals,” above.
Chili—of the crops in 209, 328;
monopolies in $10; disturbed
216, 328; finances, &c. 310, 344
China—proclamation about the
Burmese war 216
Cincinnati—revival of the office
of the bank of the U. S. 176
Claimants, notice to, 53
Clay, Mr. appointed secretary of
state 17; a notice that he will
vindicate himself 49, 65; his
address to his constituents 7 l;
resolutions at Paterson, N. J.
85; correspondence with maj.

| Eaton 87; remarks on his ad-

dress 134; leaves Washington
177; referred to 225; atten-
tions to him 225, 242, 24.4; on
is vote on the presidency 242;
at Washington, Penn. 243; at
Maysville 243; at Lexington
and other places in Kentucky
267; at Woodford 296; at Paris
297; at Louisville 339; at Cin-
cinnati 339; at Lebanon 339,
369; noticed in Colombia 339;
arrives at Washington 404; his
successor in congress 405

Clergymen in the U. S. 272
Clinton, governor, presentation
of vases to him 33; description
of them 120; declines the mis-
sion to England 51; Scottish
remarks on his message 70; at
Philadelphia 224, 225, 244; in
Ohio 307, 322; his address on
breaking ground for the great
Ohio canal 346; returns home 385
Cockburn in the Chesapeake 386
Colemian, Robert, dies 415
Colombia—privateers 6, 52, 169,
263, 312, 344, 389; message
of the vice-president to con-
gress 46; Bolivar refuses a
crown 18; noticed 101, 154,
221, 243; honors to him 130,
154, 221,273, 280; arrival of a
British agent in 52; treaty 280;
relations with France 54; trea-
ty with the U. S. 61, 209, 252;
steam-boat for the Magdalena
86; frigate Venezuela 208; re-
lations with Hayti 101, 158;
manumission of slaves 154,
216; progress of improvement
179; a confederation of the re-
publics proposed 131; law of
marriage 216; captures 263;
library of Bogota 179; treaty
with Mexico 222: respect for
the laws 271; consul 272; laws
280; Ship Libertador 282; di-
scipline of the troops 280; pro-
ceedings of the congress 328;
arrivals of specie 389; naval
affairs 389
Colonization society 260
Color, mortality of persons of 100
Commerce of the U. S.—various
views of 38; abstract 190; no-
tice of the tabular statements

273; the statements at length
282 to 292; a valuable table of

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Congress.
Acts passed—some noticed 12, 15-com-
plete list of 55; accounts, of the settle-
ment of 11, 15; Adams, J. Q. his note
to the senate 12; adjournment, remarks.
on the 30; Alabama 12; artillery, school
of practice, &c. 12, 14
Call, R. K. 55; canals—the Chesapeake
and Delaware 11, 14–chesapeake and
ohio 13; Clay, Mr.sec. of state 17; vote
of thanks to, and his valrdictory address
29; Columbia, the district of 13; Cook,
Mr. 15; Copper mines 11, 15; Creeks,
of the treaty with 15–the treaty 63;
Cumberland road 12, 14
Drawbacks 11, 13
Election of president-resolutions con-
cernin 14
Florida 14, 95; fishermen, American f*
Gaillard, Mr. thanks to and his address 23
Hayne. Mr. his resolution concerning ap-
propriations of laud, &c. 12; home de-
partment proposed 29
Inauguration of the president-prepara-
tions 12, 28; Indiana 13, 14; Indian a
tribes, intercouse with 13–lands, tor the
purchase of 22
Journals of the old congress 14
Lanman, Mr. the case of 31, 32; loans au-
torized i
McDuffie, Mr. 14; Mercer, Mr. 14; Massa-
chusetts claims 29; marshals and attor-
nies 15; messages of the president–
about wrecks on the coast of Florida
12-certain Indian triatics 12; military
taeties 11-service of the year 15, mih-
fia 11; Missouri, to lay out a great road
an 15
Naval depot at Pensacola 11, 15; New-
ton, Mr. 29; Noble, Mr. 17
Ohio, certain lands in 13; official emolu-
inents 12; Oregon river 11, 12
Piracy, the punishment of 13, 14; post-
office bill.14; postage accruing 15; prin-
ters to the senate 13; punishment of
crinues, the bill for 13—Mr. Cook's mo.

tion respecting 15
Red river, the raft in 14; rales of the se.
nate 28, 31

Reports-on the suppression of the slave
trade 58; ou internal improvements 89;
on the proposed canal between lake Mi-
chigan and the Illinois river 110.
St. Lawrence, of the navigation of the 1s;
slaves-in respect to the emancipation
of 12, 13, 14, 15,30-the traile piracy 14,
29; spirits, foreign distilled 13; steam.
boats, enrollment of 13,
Senate-special meeting of the, address of
the vice-president of the U.S. and vari-
ous proceedin 30
Treaties-with Colombia 28–with the .
Creeks 63; Trimble, Mr. 14; Tucker,
Mr. his resolution respecting emanci-
pated slaves 15; debate thereon 30
Virginia, concerning an act of 28; Vice-
president of the U.S. inauguration of 30
Warehouse system 15; Webster, Mr. 30
7tas and nays in the senate-on the Ore.
gon bill 12; on the bill for the punish-
ment of certain crimes 13; on the ap-
pointment of Mr. Clay 17; on the slave
trade convention 17; on the case of Mr.
Lanman 32
Teas and nays in the house of representa-
tives-concerning the Chesapeake and
ohiocanal - 13
Connecticul—elections 159; great
tree at Hartford 160; govern-
or's message respecting canals
180; on internal improvement
191; election of a senator 192, .
208, 224; deaf and dumb insti-
tution 211; agricultural school
212; school fund 272; about
the expected marriage of an
Indian in 298; receipts and
expenditures 308; Farmington

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canal 314; of the banks 339,416

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