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the St. George's Society . - 229
Union meeting in - - - 477
the Intelligencer on the sam - 513
the Giobe on the same - - ib.

Üooke, Hon. Eleutheros, conduct of Dr.
Davis, of S. C., towards - -
proceedings respecting the same -
Convention, the Young Men's, reception
of Mr. Clay by - - - 265
Convention, Baltimore, on the - 291, 293
proceedings and vote of 296, $22, et seq.,
327, 353
delegates from New York to - 387
the Georgia Federal Union on the - 457
the Western Review on the - 526
Convention, Charlottesville, on the 353, 425
Convention, North Carolina, (Barbour) - 673
Cambreleng, Hon. C. C., letter from, in
vindication of Col. R. M. Johnson 387
on the Bank report - - - ib
Choctaw lands, information to settlers on
the - - - - 289
Cholera, the, at Quebec and Montreal - 463
on the treatment of - - 471, ct seq.
in New York 548, 532, 576, 672, 686
Chickasaw reservation, the, report of Mr.
Wickliffe on - - -
Commissioner of the General Land office,
letter of, on the subject of the Ex-
tra Globe - - - -
and the beauties of consistency -
franking the Globe - - -
Columbia, S. C., celebration of the 4th
July at - -
Crawford party, the, and Mr

260
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- - 623
Ritchie in

support of Mr. Van Buren - 645
Crawford, W. H., sentiment given by - 676
letter of John H. Eaton respecting - 783
* Crito,” ietter of, in the Richmond Én-
quirer, on the veto - - 648
Clayton, Hon. John M., (of the Senate,)
speech of, on the veto . - 668
Cabinet, the travelling - S21

Carson, Hon.S. P., letter of, on the sub-
ject of Mr. Van Buren - o

Denunciation of Congress by the Globe - 129
Davis, Dr. E. S., testimony of, in the case

of Gen Houston - - - 143

challenge of Mr. E. cooke by - 260

proceedings on the same - - 279

-

Davis, Dr. E. S., rewarded - 330, 335
and the horse mails - - - 554
Delaware Gazette. (See Baltimore Re-
publican.)
Dickerson, Hon. Mahlon, bill on the ta-
riff, reported by - - - 236
Drayton, Hon. William, report of, on the
Indian rations question - -
address of, to the people of the con-
gressional district of Charleston - 737
Deposites of public money, on the subject
of - - - 820, 853, 882
Daniel, Hon. Henry, on the electioneer-
ing in opposition to - - 857
address of, to his constituents - 886
Editorial 1, 33, 65, 97, 129, 161, 193,225, 257,
289, 321, 352, 385, 417, 449, 513, 545,
577, 609, 641, 673, 689, 705, 785, *:

Eaton, Major, letter of D. Green to, on
the projected Indian rations . 1
European intelligence 64,94, 95, 319,383,516,
550, 556, 608
Ewing, Hon. Thomas, testimony of, in
the case of Gen. Houston - 150
Executive power, report of Mr. Benton
on - - - - 332
England, on reform and mullification in - 460
Edgefield Carolinian, the, on the address
of the South Carolina members of

Congress - - - - 679
the Telegraph and - - - 849
Ely, Dr. E. S., vote of - - - 821
Extra Telegraph, the, correspondence
on the subject of - - - 828.
Fraud, the projected. (See Indian ra.
tions.)
“Fiat Justitia,” on the correspondence
of Mr. Poindexter and the Secre-
tary of the Navy - - ... is
on the public conduct of Mr. Poin-
dexter - - - 134, 296
Falkland Islands, aggressions on Ameri-
can commerce in the - -
Franklin, communication of - - 346

France, minister to, appropriation for an
outfit for a, Mr. Miller, of S. C., -
on the - - - 348
Florida, invasion of (See Gen. Jackson.)
Franklin (Tenn.) Review, on the Balti-
more Convention - - - 516
Foster, Hon. T. F., opinions of, on the
power of the Supreme Court - 658
Green, D., on the projected Indian ra.

tions fraud - - - 1
on his account with the Bank of the

United States - - - o
letter to, from Tennessee - - -

discussion in the House of Represen-
tatives on admitting him as a wit-
ness in the case of the alleged In-
dian rations fraud, as bearing on
the breach of privilege - 138, et sol
attack on, by the Kentucky Gazette *
conversation of, with Gen. Jackson
on the nominations to the senate - **
correspondence of, with Judge Rowan 824

Grundy, Hon. Felix, speech of, on the tariff 52
Grundy, Hon. Felix, testimony of, in the
cuse of Gen. Houston - - - 136
Globe, the cord of Gen. Houston in - 66

Ingham, Hon.Samuel D, correspondence
held with, on the subject of the
President of the U. 's Branch

nciation of Congress b - 1.9 Bank at Portsmouth, N. h. 383 to 415
*: Adams ge y 132, 191 on the conduct of -. ~ - 424
on "specific appropriations” - 196 Correspondence of with Mr. Gowen 884
in relation to the attempted assassina. “Ireland and the South.” - - 353
tion of Mr. Arnold ... , 262, 263|Internal improvement, &c., opinion of
on the professed circulation of the . .294 o Van Buren on - sis, :
on the assaul's on members of con- lii tor - - -
gress . - - - 330] Ingersoll. C. J., letter of on the protec. 642
and Mr. Van Buren. - - 419 tive system - - -
and Amos Kendall - - - 425 Iredell, Governor, correspondence of,
and F. P. Blair - - - 426 with Philip P. Barbour - - 673
on the attack upon Mr. Calhoun by - 450|Irving, Washington, character drawn by 831
on the Union meeting in Charleston, Jackson, General, letter of H. M. Brack-
S. C. . - - - 513 enridge concerning - - 10
the lamentations of . - - 521 on his remarks respecting the House
on nullification - - - 523 of Representatives - - 131
and the tariff - - - 525 Washington and Madison contrasted
and the National Intelligencer - 529 wi - - - - 230
and the tariff - - 530, et seq. on the imputed lan of, con-
** abscription of - - 675 cerning Gen. Houston's trial - 289
and Mr. Barbour . - - 691 the tariff and the bank - - 417
Whston, Hon. W. of N. C., proposed for on the alleged secret orders to, for
the Vice Presidency - - 265 the invasion of Florida - 422
Georgia, and South Carolina - - 387 opinions $*Pressed of, by Amos Ken-
and the tariff - - - 587 dall, F. P. Blair, Richmond En-
and the landlotteries in . - 817 quirer, Albany Argus, N. Y. Cou-
polities of . - - - 818 * & Enquirer, and editor of the
•o s - - - , 853 Baltimore Republican ". 425, et seq.
Great iii. the * of - 649, 654 and Mr. Monroe . . - - 449
overneur, S. L . o - - 654 and the beauties ofoonsistency . . 689
"...". S. To letter of to Mr. Blair, on the conduct of in relation to the
*the subject of p., Monroe - 826 Calhoun correspondence. 785, et seq.
“o *Tespondence of, with °oospondence of, with President
ouston, o - - - 884 Monroe in 1818 ' - - ...,796, et seq.
privile so on the breach of ^ oversation of D. Green with, on
co the clo - 13, 33 the nominations to the Senate - 824
card of in the . of . • 35|Johnson, Hon. Cave, of Tenn., testimony
on into cust: e - - 66 of in the case of Houston 102, 135
... “”y by the sergeant- 69 Johnston, o; C. # Va., speech of,
:- - - On the pension - 104.
further Polis, "...the case of 83, et “ Jeffeomo. of '98"> - 195
Heard, M o,99, 155, 332,258, 273, **T. Johnson, Hon. Richard M., letter of Mr.
o H. *ack by, on Mr. A. 9ambreleng concernin. - 287
Hunt, Hon. Jonathan death and o:" seq. *.o attack on the Tele- 294
of . * - y - - - -
Hamilt ~ - : 286,291 Kendall, Ainos, some notices of - - 425
3." S. C., dinner to r electioneering letter of - 65S
- jo of with Mr. caloon ; . it. of considency - §
H on the veto ol. on the tariff - #. his version : "...oury statement 785
*yne, Hon. Robert Y s I - - - - a writer in the G obe - - - - S78
tariff "...' * *Peech of, on the s, *y West, communication of X respect.
reply of to Col D - - 661 in - - - p - 434
Haywiri, Elijah s: oyton saddress - 744 Kent, Chancellor, of N. Y., abuse of, by
, of the *...*.*our of - the Courier & Enquirer - 529
"initions fraud, o . p...] d 1, et Kerr, o o L., *: of, on the
oteq 1, et seq., $8ed Indian rations fraud - 591
lookieppoś.G. Knociation 708
Ort - - YSOnism - - -
o: o "nority of the com. Kentucky Reporter, § the electioneer.
Indian hostilities - - - ib. ing in that state . - - 357
**%be on : 283, 318, 352,41; Laws, the, on the oreotype edition of 331,336
*ham, ho amuel D., l 420 P**Position referred to the comm.
Mr. Ada.” o: of on $47 tee on the Judiciary - - 557
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Lewis, w. B., letter of, to Mr. Balch - 785|Nullification, in Georgia - - - 658
Lacock, Gen. Abner, reply of, to Gen. the Richmond Whig on , , - - 817
Jackson's interrogatories - - 793 exposition of the principles of by
Locomotive engine, description of a new 864 Mr. Calhoun - - 913, et seq.
McLane, Hon. Louis, on the vote of with National Intelligencer, on Mr. McLane's
respect to Gen. Jackson's conduct report on the tariff - - $37
in the invasion of Florida . . 69 on the Union meeting in Charleston 513
on the opinions of, concerning the and the Globe - - - 529
tariff - - - - 98||New York, delegates from, to the Balti-
concerning Gen. Jackson. - - 133 more Convention - - - 387
and the editor of the Baltimore Re- on the division of the State of, into
publican . . - - - 193 electoral districts - • * - 513
on Mr. Ritchie's comments upon the Congressional representation of - 556
report on the tariff by - 194, 263 address to the National Republicans of 709

statements respecting the same 225, 257
the Petersburg Intelligencer on - 328
the editor on - - 335, et seq.
Mississippi Patriot, letters in, from Mr.
Poindexter - - 77, 292
Moore, Hon. Gabriel, meeting in Alabama
in approbation of the public con-
duct of - - - - 80
letter from one of the constituents of 357
Miscellaneous 103, 192, 237, 266, 283, 293,
4.17, 420, 421, 434, et seq.,448,459,463,
480, 512, 535, 676, 677, 704, 708, 720,
820, 830, 864
Miller, Hon. Stephen D., speech of, on
the tariff - - - - 112
comparison of, in relation to the Rich-
mond Enquirer - - -
speech of, on the proposed outfit for
a minister to France - -
Missouri question, Mr. Van Buren on the
McDuffie, Hon. George, report by, on
the U. S. Bank - - - 246
speeches of, on the tariff - 481, 592
Milton, Col. John, candidate to represent
Georgia in Congress - -
Mason, Jeremiah, President of the U. S.
Branch Bank at Portsmouth, N.
H., correspondence in relation to

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the case of - - 388 to 415
Mexico, intelligence from * - - 416
1Mails, the, on - - - 435

Monroe, President, and Gen. Jackson - 449
correspondence between, in 1818, 796, et

- seq.
on the conspiracy against the charac-

National Gazette, on nullification 417,420, 424

N. Y. Courier & Enquirer, on the abuse
of Chancellor Kent by - - 529

N. Y. Advocate & Journal, letter in, re-

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committee in the case of - - 35
proceedings in - - ib., et seq.
card of Gov. Houston in respect to - 66
further proceedings - 83, et seq., 99, 136

Public lands, the, report of Mr. Clay upon 43
report of Mr. Wickliffe on . - 300
opinions of Mr. Van Buren on - 871
Patton, Hon. J. M., comments on the re-
marks of, in the case of Governor
Houston - - - 67, 258
remarks of - - - - 83
comments on the object of - - 193
the Richmond Whig on - - 196
the editor on his remarks - - 257
Pennsylvania, Mr. Van Buren in - 70
resolutions in the Legislature of, on
the tariff and Bank questions - 418
Poindexter, Hon George, on the letter
of, to the Secretary of the Navy,
in respect to the appointment of a
midshipman - - -
meeting in approval of the public
conduct of - - 71
letters of, to the Secretary of the
Navy - , , , - - - 73
the Vicksburg Advocate on - 76
letter from - - - . . .77
meeting in Port Gibson concerning- 131
communication respecting - 134
and his constituents - - - 102
letter of, in the Mississippi Patriot - ???

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ter of - - - 826
... the editor on the - - 851, 858
Mitchell, Hon. George E., death of - 544
Maine, National Republican Convention
1n - - - - - 556
boundary line of - - - 692
Montgomery, Ala., celebration of the 4th
July at - - - - 619
Massachusetts, National Republican Con- al
vention in - - - - 897
Navy, the, proceedings in the Senate on
the inadequacy of the pay of the
officers of - - - - 27
Navy, Secretary of the, correspondence
of Mr. Poindexter with - - 73
Nullification, opinions expressed concern-
ing - - - - 78
the National Gazette on - - 417
the Globe on - - - 523

a correspondent, on the abuse of . 532
on the vote for, as President protem.
of the Senate - - - 609
on the case of Samuel Gwin - 649
Plummer, Hon. F. E., on the statements of
the Globe respecting - - 71

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Steam boilers bill on the subject of, and
of steamboats - - - 307
Stereotype edition of the laws. (See the
Laws.)
Smith, Thomas L., o of the Trea-
sury,) letter of, to the Secretary
o Treasury- - - 337
South, the, Ireland and - - - 353
South Carolina, dinner to the Governor
of at Augusta, Ga. - - 387
and Georgia - - - - ib.
address to the people of by a ma.
jority of her delegation - - .683
Prooeedings in the Legislature of
Tennessee concerning - - 881
*ssembly of the Legislature of - 882
Senate, the, on the Presidency of - 587
attacks on the independence - 617
the President and ". - - 823
Supreme Court, on the . - - 655
State Rights party in Colleton, S. C. - 659
Stevenson, Hon. Andrew, (Speaker of the
House of Representatives,) union
toast of - - - - 660
Sprague, Hon. P., speech of on the Maine
boundary question - - 695
Simpson, Stephen, letter of Mr. Eaton to,
on the subject of w. H. Crawford 785
Shocco meeting, the, torrespondence of,
with Judge Barbour and Mr. Van
Buren - - - 859, 860
State twins, the - - - - 865
Tariff, the, debate on, in the Senate - 52
on the same subject - 97,98, 112
editorial comments on - - 161
*Port of the Secretary of the Trea.
sury on - - - - 166
and the Albany Argus - - 197
speech of Mr. Benton on - - 207
statements concernin - - 225
bill reported by Mr bickerson On - 236
speech of Mr. Robbinson . - 238
remarkson Mr. McLane's report con-
cerning - - - - 257
*onstrances in Pennsylva against
the same - - - - 342
communication in the Tele ph on
the proposed reduction o - 342
and the Richmond Enquirer - 385
Public meeting in New York on the
subject of . - 423, 424, 453
the Albany Arguson the adjustment of 433
speech of Mr. McDuffic. .” 481
on a compromise of - - - 514
on the ordering of the bill on, to a
third readin - - - 515
votes on the - -- - - 517
comments on - - 518
final vote on the passage of the bill
in the House of Representatives
on - - - - 519, 520
the Globe and - - 525, 552
Mr. Van Buren and - - - 526
the Globe and - 530, et seq., 545
the Richmond Enquirer on . - 546
Harrisburg chronicle on ". - 553
anxiety of the friends of Mr. Wan
Buren on the bill. - - 585

Tariff, the, and Georgia • - -
Mr. McLane's project oil, compared
with Mr. Hayne's - - -
views on - - - -
final passage of, in the Senate -
a North Carolina member of Con-
gress on the subject of . -
the new tariff - - -
speech of Mr. Hayne on - -
and the Richmond Enquirer -
Tipton, Hon. John, testimony of, in the
case of Gen. Houston - -
Treasury, the, Secretary of, report of, on
the tariff - - - -
false estimates of - -
Tennessee, meeting in, in favor of Philip
P. Barbour for the Vice Presidency
on the election of U. S. Senator from
proceedings of the Legislature of -
Taylor, Col. John, letters of, to Thomas
Ritchie - -
Telegraph, the, exposition of the princi-
... ples of - - - -
United States' Bank, the on the proceed-
ings of the committee of investiga-
tion into the affairs of - -
report by Mr. Clayton, of the majori-
ty of the committee on - -
report by Mr. McDuffie, of the mi-
nority of the committee - -
Mr. Cambreleng on the Bank report
submitted by Mr. Clayton -
report of Mr. Adams on the -
correspondence between Mr. Ingham,
Mr. Woodbury, Mr. Biddle, Mr.
Cadwallader, Mr. Isaac Hill, Mr
J. Mason, &c., on the subject of
* * Bank, at Portsmouth,
passage of the bill to recharter the -
refusal of the House of Representa.
tives to lay the Senate bill on the
table
notice of debate in the Senate on -
in the House - - -
speculations as to the course of the
President in relation to
the veto on - - - -
debate in the House of Representa-
tives upon - -
vote on the passage of the bill

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debate in the Senate on the veto 564, 605

on the subscription to the stock of.- 641
on the alleged bribery of Mr. Wil-
son by - - - - 819
the Telegraph and Amos Kendall - 873
Van Buren, Martin, the Nashville Banner
on the rejection of - - 33
in Pennsylvania - - - 70
the Virginia Times on his pretensions 80
charges against - - - 82
and the tariff - - 131
on the Missouri question - - 229
opinion of, on internal improvement,
&c. - * - . 354
and the Globe - - . 419
opinions of, on the tariff - 439,526

van Buren, Martin, arrival of, in New
York - - - -
anxiety of the friends of, on the new
tariff bill - - - -
Mr. Ritchie and the Crawford party
in N. C., in support of - -
remarks of, to Judge Rowan, on the
subject of the duty of Congress to
the Executive - - -
letter of Mr Carson concerning -
correspondence of with the Shocco
meeting - - - -
in 1829 - - - -
opinions of, on the public lands, &c.
letter of, to his New York partizans
vicksburg Advocate on the public con-
duct of Mr. Poindexter - -
virginia times on the pretensions of Mr.
Van Buren - -

on the condition of the Southern

by the U. S. Bank

Young Men's Convention. (See Conven-

tion.)

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on the proceedings at Washington 203,230

States - - - - 317
virginia, on internal improvements in . 447
on the doctrines of - - - 854
veto, the, on the Bank bill - - 555
debate in the Senate on - 564, 605
message of the President containing 569
meeting at Philadelphia on - 614
the Harrisburg Chronicle on - 616
letter of “Crito” on - - 648
speech of Mr. Clayton, of Del, on - 665
speech of Mr. Clay on - - 714
vice Presidency, the, Virginia and North
Carolina on - - ... 611
wiscasset, proceedings on the charges
against the Collector of - - 30
West India trade, on the - - 32
woodbury, Hon. L. (See Secretary of
the Navy.)
winchester Repúblican, specification by,
of the charges against Mr. Van
Buren - - - , 82
Webster, Hon. Daniel, report of, on the
apportionment of Representatives 151
speech of in the Massachusetts Na-
tional Republican Convention...: 897
Woollens bill, vote in the Senate in 1827
on - - - . 194
on the - - - - 643
on manufacturers and growers of wool 645
Wickliffe, Hon. Charles A., report of, on
the public lands - - - 300
report of, on the explosion of steam
oilers - - . - 304
bill reported by, on the subject of
steam vesse - - - 307
report of, on the Chickasaw reserva-
tion - - - - 465
on the position of . - - 857
Walking stick, congressional . . - 417
walsh, Robert. (See National Gazette.)
western Review on the Baltimore Con-
vention - - : . 516
wilson, James, on the alleged bribery of, 819

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