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KILES'



WEEKLY REGISTEK.



CONTAINING



POLITICAL,
HISTORICAL,
GEOGRAPHICAL,
SCIENTIFICAL, ,



ASTRONOMICAL.
STATISTICAL,

AND

BIOGRAPHICAL,



DOCUMENTS^ ESSAYS, AND FACTS;



TOGETHER WITH



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



H. NILES, EDITOR.



H<BC olim meminisse juvabif. — VirgTL.



FROM SEPTEMBER 1816 TO MARCH 1817— VOL. XL



BALTIMORE:

PBISTED AND PUELTSHED Br THE EDITOR,

9t rtje jTranWin Ptejs^,

HEID 0¥ CB^APBfDE.
1^






A.

.^^hiTis, president 64; letter to
the edlior 337

AdtJress of tlie N. Y. society on
Domustic niunuhcluies 366

Aerobtiition 6i

Alrica, a iJutch settlement pro-



ject ed 111

Adams' tour into

of" the CaiFrces

Alexandria, arrivals at
Algebra, of ili' Hindoos



120
179
254
353
192
Algier?, repoi (.e.; strength of 9,
58, 61,92, 1-^4; a descent on
Srtidinia 43

iioiiceof U.S. treaty with 47

remurks on war with 77

attiicks a M.itish vessel 7t3

reijorted to be attacked

by the Amei icans 94

])roceedini;s 173 221361

— ^ icrd Exmouth a', 95; his

victory 159, 153, 237

a description of 165

pian of the harbor 182;

the de\'s speecii to his people
221; Ins character 347



C2>

notes 95; directors 156 176 iBoxer, the U. S. brig 6S^

336 351; organizaiion ot 175 \ Brazil, 92 174

191 223 238 259 399 ' Bnggs, Iriac 79; his speech 229

Banks and bank notes. Treasu- j Brissies British sloop of war 239

ry circidar 56 British.

91 British colonial policy — revlew-
385 ed 5 38; war with Algiers, (the



a law case
■ remarks on



Banks, resolutions of a conven-
tion from, in Pennsylvinia 57;
do. of those in Oiiio 57; of
those of N. York, Pluladel-
pliia and Bdiireiore 57; of En-
gland 99; of Ohio, list of
128; on tlie multitude of &c.
13'J; of Piiiladelphia, robbed
144; of Yirgini:i, stale of 196;
new, proposed in Virginia
223 336 401; c-pital of iMas-
saciiuseus 260; of Pennsyl-
vania 388; of Kentucky 432
Barbary piracies 10

states, sketches of 72

89 119 121 135
Barney, com. in Kentucky 352
Barbav^oes, insurrection at 189
B.irlliiig's diacovery 298

Balavia 173 207



• Dutch official accotint 225 [Bates, Benj. his memorial &c.



All Pacha, an account of him 102
Alien law, British 260

Alston, gov. his death 64

Amloyna, dreadful storm at 428
.\iTiencaii stocks, at London 58,
104, 20i; at Charleston S. C.
275 fuee exchange J at Am-
sterdam 361

— literature 66

riflemen 332

prtiss, British remarks

respecting 379

Andre, m:\]. his case mention-
ed 198; colonel Tallmadge's
stAttment 350; remarks 386



to the legislature of Virginia

211 248
Bayard, J. A. Mr. Tvodney's cu-
logiumonhim 281 297



Bernard, gen.



208 296



Berkshire agricultural society 405
Bequest, curious 62

Bible, a part of the version

changed 92
society of Russia 10; in



England 92; bibles printed at
Cambridge, Eng. 12

Biron admiral 173 189

Bissel ^en. court martial for the
trial of 255



■ a print of his capture 431 Bland, judge the case of



Aiiecdote, ol George 11. 12; ori-
ginal of a Brnish officer 36;
naval 71; of certain Ameri-
c.m se.<men 298

Animals extinct, remains of 143

progressive motion of, in

opposition to gravity 320

AppLduchicola tort, blown up
14; interesting account of o7

Army of the U, S. return of its



strength 361; stations

— oiitracts 1816

— cost of



&c,



376
375
390



377
Black rlvei^ N. Y. 95

Blakely, capt. 336; resolutions

of N. C. respecting
Blind children, print a book
Blue laws

Boardman, capt. case of
Boat, propelled by weights



o57
156

48
299

64
380



sailing of the fleet ) 9 11 32 44 58;
of the expedition 92 93; account
of lord E.Kmouth's visit 95— his
victory 139; offici^il de'ails, 8ic.
153 169 187 206; riots 10 44 58
253 305; at Glasgow 77; at Pres-
ton 92; at Dawnham 104; Lud-
dites 138; in Lincoln 138; Not-
tingham 205; at London 306 :>61
376; at Walsal 306; toleration 10;
revenue 10 29 44; remarks upon
53; deficiencv of 60 187; seamen,
&c. for the l^kes ot Canada 10 30
46 60 77 105; memorial of the cot-
ton manufacturers 10;s'.ocks 11 30
32 60 61 77 78 92 138 140 172
187 205 253 305 405; servants out
of place 11; king's health 11 171;
cos*^ of maintaining him 171; cases
of distress 11 30 77 153 205 330
405; princess Charlotte 9 10 59
92 360; haymakers 37; meetings
for relief 48 61; duke of Berri's
subscription 78; commerce, on the
state of 11 95; coin-.ge 13 30 58
187; West Indies 16 220 222 228;
debt 29; of reducing the interest
105 139; illustrated 156 234; act
respecting the commercial con-
vention with the U. Slates 29 93;
prince regent. Ids stipper 30; sick
92; presents of the pope to him
220, expences 360; princess of
Wales 32 59 76 153 206 221; her
arrival at Tunis 190; princess Ma-
ry 43; despatches from India, three
tons of 44; education, the s'.ate of
44; loans 45; navy 45 153 171 187
305, emigration" 46 76 105 330;
banks, failure of 58; b ndcruptcies
58; enlistment of boys 58; "hosti-
lity" to 59; trade and commerce
61; lord Arden 61 78; military
force 61; state of the land, culti-



promotions and appoint-
ments 48
Atlient,, Ohio 78
Auburn, N. Y. 94
Jlustria, slate of 44; army 76,
188; flag respected by the
Turki 188; marriage of the
tmperor 307
B.
Babylon, tha ruins of S33
Bagot, Mr. at New York 108
Balloon, descent of a 14
Baltimore, inspections 143; elec-
tion 175

assessed value of 305

hospital 351; arrivals 2J3

Bank of the U. S. 16; of the
stock, &«. 31 208; of the



Bolivar, gen. 380 vated and uncultivated 63; courts

Bonaparte, Napoleon, on the of Inw, defended by the roilitary
expence of keejiing him 10; 77; cotton yarn 77; landholders
report of his escape 30; re- and fundholders 77; sinecures 77
marks on his confinement 45; 239 358; goods sacrificed at New-
reports about his conduct, York 80; lord Cochrane 92; gun-
Sec. 105, 18iJ, 307, 379, 428; powder, &c. export prohibited 92;-
Cobbett's address to him 121; Dr. Prettyman against Bible so-
at Waterloo, remarks on 130; cieties 92; massacre in Ireland 9S
remarks on him 196 124; importation o'. wool 99; coals,

Joseph, 44 60 77|thepriceof reduced 105; remarks

Louis, 58 77 on ihe state of England 115; taxes

.Jerome 58 77 172 307' in Ireland 124; revenue in do. 236;



Mari. Louisa
Lucien



58, 206
77

Bordeaux, commerce of 220

Boston, improvement of 336;
interest on the U. S. debt.



'commerce of London 128; of the
crops, grain, &.c. 205 220 290 306
376; distresses, lemaiks on ths
causes, fee. of 209 282; Carlton
house defended 253; singular reli-



paid at 352; arrivals at 353lgious prosecution 290; manufac-
hospital subscriptions tares 45 305 306; beef and pork,

400; sales of British goods price of 306; Manchester meeting

at 432 : 306; Glasgow do. 330; London do.

Boundaries, commissioners for : 347; bishop of Durham 330; lord

settling ibe *Q 142 mayor's day 330; Welsh geneab-



IN©EX.



ill



gy S30; house burning in Ireland
347"; pensions aiifl places 358; bi-
■shoprick-^ 359: lord C^stlereagh's
house attacked 379; may or of Lon-
don and lord SiJmouth 428; re-
turn of a captive from Algiers 428;
progress of complaint 99; bank of
Eii.<l!ind 10 ' 172; S^-ipentine river
lOi; iuke of Kent 105; uncertain-
ty of tlie law 105; sniking fund
105; e!irl of Lonsdale 105; hoist-
ing 107; trials at Newgate 138;
alien bill 138; alien law 260;
wholes de iierjury 138; sale of a
wif • 153; Swi<s govt-rnnient. pro-
perly 171; T-ivistock anul 171;
association of attornies 171; act
relative to brewing of beer 172;
British goods shipped from the
United States 176; subsidies paid
176; army in Fi-mce 176; Irish



Caucuses, on the subject of 178fKeaumRvchais case 427; br;i!j
Chamount de la Hay 95 1 houses meet 237; conipensali<«i

Ciiumplain lake, 259 336 ^ law 237 238 256 274; rrpovt 285

Cliandler general and the affiur 351 362 363 364 381 397; Indi-uia
at Stoney creek 116 309 , 237 256 257; b:ink of the Un'.tpd

Charleston, S. C. arrivals at 353; Stales 237 273 294 334 335 348
Chauncey commodore 366 350565 381; refeiniceofthepresi-



Ciiesapeake naval depot, ot<o
report of the commis-
sioners 411
Cherokee Indians 31 63
Chickasaw noli,ce 46
Chili, statf of 189
CJiimney sweepers 143
China, robberi -s of the Ladrone
islanders 173; christians in
207 361; disturbed slate of
347 361; religious persecu-
tion in 361; ISrilish enibassy
to



China, method of mending it
linen manufacture 187; black re- 1 Chippewa brig wrecked
giment 187; representation in pu'- I Ciioctaws 191; treaty with
liament 191 224 306; Meliterra- iChristophe, king of Huyti,



380
144

366
239
1U3



nean passes 205 305; Exmouth



his agent at Hamburg 156



lord 205 206 220; lo-^s in several Chronological account of the



sea-f7gh\s slated 326; Kean, the
actor 236; ca'ile fnr at B^lhnas-
loe 236; /People's Alin-or, conli'.in-
ing :. list of the house commons
and how chosen, magna charta,
bill of rights, act of settlement,
pensions, 8c;. act of habeas cor-
pus, &c. &c. 339 358; tythes, on
the ubolilion of 334; red book ex-
traordinary 360; secret service
monty 360; bread, the price of
360; poor rates 405.
Brown general 351

admiral 109 189 334

Brougham Mr. 297

Burnos Ayres, 11, 16; details
of proceedings 46 80 96 141
207, 254 334; declaration of
in impendence 80 150 222

•— — Spanish blockade of

188; Spanish expedition for 361
Burkf , Mr. his eulogium on the
American enterprize 51

C
Calcutta, trade of to the U. S.
176; exports of indigo 227; a



battles, &c. ol the French re
volution 110

Cincinnati, prices at 410

Circular from the commission
er of tiie revenue 8

of the secretary of the

treasury respecting bank
notes, he, 56 326

of the P. M general 75



Cleopatra's barge 141 410

Clopton Mr his death 65

Cobbett W. his address to Na-
poleon 121
Cochrane ad. vs. Mackenrot 227
Cofi'ee, on the raising ot in the

U. States 127
the clarification of 298



Cold, state of the tliermometcr
at several phices 431; efftct
of at cape May 432

Colonization of the free blacks,
proposed in New-Jersey 260;
in Virginia 275; meeting at
Washington city 296; memo-
riul 355



valuable arrival from



432 Columbia,-S.C.



128



Cane, sugar, on the cultivation



of

Canal, Merrimack 13; Gennes-
see lu8; from Scnsca like to
the Siisquehann.ih 352; round
the falls of tlie Oiiio 365 410
432; bt-tween the lakes and
the Hudson 366 ; Dismal
swamp 400

Canada, of the crops in 15 380;
military settlements lo8; re-
pul'itions at fort George 109;
trade of

Candy, the king of.



the district, assessed
of 128



Caniionsburg, Pa.
Capitals of the U. S.



Valu

Commissioner's of the revenue

n oiice to collectors 8

Commerce, the empire of 71

Commissariat, gen. (.aines* re-
marks on the subject 324
Compensation law — see con-
gress and 239

Congress.
Proceedings on the resolve re-
specting a register of the officers
227] of the U. Slates 128; elections in
147 I 'he eastern stales, &c. 223; presi



dent's message 237 '258; standing
committees 238 273; chnphiiv.s
238 256 273; "claims h.w" 238
^57 259 273 294312; (documents)
327 335 349 362 597 407 4:9; in:-
ports and tonnage 238 273 294
^34 430; roads and can.'ils 255 257

258 274 335 349 408 431; n p'.rt
423; public accounts 256 31,-7 ;
constittit'tunal amendmtnts, propos-
ed by Mr. Barbour 256; by I^'r.
Pickens 258 273 274 275 293 398;
by Mr. Athertoii 259; bunking
companies in the district of Co-
lumbia 256 293 312 398 43U; rc-
li_-f of oPricers and soldiers 256;
commissioners of loans 409; inva-
lids 256 258 274; A. Buck's case
409; flag of the Uni'.ed States 257

259 273; report 332; presitlentia!
election 4G9 430; foiinderies of
brass and iron cannon 257; militia
expences 257; services 334; orga-
mzation of 363 398; (report") 392;
fines 430; claims 430 431; widows
of soldiers 257; widows and or-
pii .US 259; bounty land 257 259
274 311 312 334, (report respect-
ing) 345 348 397; Cmadian volun-
teers 257 349; promulgation of
the laws 408 431.; E. Easton and J.
Scott, contested election, 258 33i'
349; duty on salt 408; death of the
speaker's ciiild and the house ad-
journs 258; brig Argus 295 312;
national university 258 259 273,
(report) 276 294; T. I. Allen's pe-
tition 295; case of Mr. Sergeant
258; public debt 303 350; military
xadcmies 259 295; sinking fund
304, (report) 353; seamen's wages
and for the relief of seauien 259
273 348 382; Paulding John 349;
duties on retailers 259; direct
tux 409; district tonnage 363;-
tax on carriages 259 362 409; con-
tingent fund 363; treasury reports,
on the sources ot revenue, &c. 26! ;
jumual 299; secretary of war's re-
ports, on the militia 270; new ex-
icutive depar menl 273; report of
tiie seer tarles 277 334 348; juili-
ciary 273 275 293 311 334; circuit
judges 294; Louisiana l-.Jid claims
333; commodore PattL-rson rj\d



78 dent's me.^siige, on opening the
390 session 229; about suspeniiiig the
Caracas 16 156 173 174 222 254 "claims law" 256; on tlie unlawful
291 292 534 380 equlpir.ci.t of vessels, &.C. 295;

■ Bolivar's expedition 32 jcomii.r,nicatlng documents about

C irthagenian ;!et:t 32 Ulie "claims law" 327; respect-
Carbon Airs. 47 191 I Ing British discriminating duties
Catalina Madam



colonel Ross 397; I3^^::umHrc.'nis'
cl.im 597 427; duly on foreign
spiiils 598; brevet oificers 399;
export of corn 273; system of
bankruptcy 273; l:cen.';es to di.s-
liUers 273 407; internal improve-
ment 273; .\Jr. C;<li!oun'» bill le-
speciing 294 398 399 408; s'amp
duty 273; pursers and midship-
men 4U9; Epeivier 274 311565;
Exports of tiie U. Slates 402; oifi-
cers of artillery 274; painlings of
103 336 '398; on Georgia claims 408; on colonel Trumbull 3'i8 36? Si» 382



IV



INDEX.



383; land offices 274; public sa-
lines 274; regimental paymaster
348; of contracts 349 376; trade
With ilie Indians 275 398; military
appropriations 349; public lands
293 312, (report) 339; "neutrality
b li" 350 3S1 382 383 397; suffer-
ers on the Nrigara frontier 293
380 4U9; Mr. Forsyth's resolutions
respec'.ing the U.S. bnnk 350; na-
vigation act 294 364 384 397 398
431; New-York memorial on com-
meice 362 374; vaccination 294



governor's speech 132; claims
for militia services 191

Congo river 153; fate of the ex-
ploring party

Coiiyngham, the countess of

Coote sir Eyre

Copper mnies 96; cenvent

Corn, imported from Hayti {

Cotton trade, British

speedy product of



191
77
144
141
13
63
exporled from the East-
Indies 124 176 428
Crawford W. H. 141



.Si9; Tennessee river 335; General Creek Indians 14 142; a deputa



Arrasirong privateer 362; trans-
fers of specific appropriations 295
S34; Mr. Jefferson's report on the
privileges and restrictions on com-
merce 362; West Point militar>
academy 295 381 430; treaty with
Sweden' 407; 38tii regiment 431;
Cincinnati, Ohio, 295; Mississippi
territory 311 412 348 362 381
598; Georgia claims 311 362; ex-
change of territory with the In-
dian tribes 311 339 348 362 380;
maritime jurisdiction 311; D. W.
Boiidett 311; muscle shoals 312;
bills of exchange 311; judge Toul-
min 312; respecting the British
conveniion 311 381 407; officers
of congress 334; small arms 311
350; patents 335; Virginia land
reservations 311; mint establish-
ment 340; post-office do. 341; pe-
titions of manufacturers 312;
Newburyport petition 312; library
538 430; additional accountants
334; attornpy general 348; charts,
&c. of the Chesapeake 334; depot
431; Chesapeake and Delaware
canal 334; memorial 341; lots in
W.:shingion city 348 430; Mr.
Lloyd's letter 348; White river
and W.ib:ish expftiiitions 335; ar-
my of the U S. 349 361 376 430;
remission of duties, a petition for
and repor* upon 342 364 383; Ar
my of the U. S. 349 361 376 430;
miUtary estimates for 1817, 343
349; expenditures 1816, 345; ap-
propriations for the navy 345; for
the army 362 430 431; marine iios-
pital establisiimeni 345; b-ink notes
in the treiHsuiy 365; Mr. R.m lolpii
381; respecting offices 381 408
431; soldiers' orphans, Mr. Ro
bertson's remarks on the educa
lion of 346; French spoliations
,'582; col. Tallmadge's statement
respecting the captors of Andre
350; Indian treaties 383 397; free
blacks, memorial respecting 355
4'39; c:iptives by the In lians 383
398 409; general Harrison's case
380 595; copper mines 333; Nortli
Carolina land grants 383; Creek
Indians 384; state instructions 407;
expen'litures of th» navy depot
381; Hartford memorial 41*^ north
Western army 407; relations with
Spain 430; internal du;ies 430 431;
importation of plaster of paris 431.
Cjngress frigate 175 223 352

Cannecticut, election bO 95 141;



tion from at AVashington 239
Crime, progress of 95 275

Crocodile in France 138

Crops, rotation in
Crowninshleld's brig 141 410
Cuba, state of 27

Cumana 16; usage of a lady at 56
Cunningham lieut. of the Fire-
brand 255
D
Dallas, Mr. 80, 87; his death 365
proceedings thereon by the
bar of the supreme court 400
Dartmoor, journal of a young

man confined there 107
massacre, a remark re-
specting 138
David, king of Israel's tuninig

hammer! 254

Deaf and dumb, relief cf 191
education of 298



vity circular 74; specie payments
81 385; the Ionian isknds 81; chro-
nological account of battles, &c.
110; home market aiid internal
wealth 115 297; reformation and
retrenchment 129; review of a visit
to the field of Waterloo 130; Bri-
tisli views relative to New Or-
leans 145; on the capt'^'re of the
king of C'mdy 147; on the Spa-
nish patriots 210; Description of
Algiers 165; change of habits 177;
right and power of suffrage 178;
remarks on Bonaparte 196; on the
distresses of England 209, 282;
claims for militia services 337;
domestic manufactures 385; note



Decatur, com. his toast noticed 60
Decimal money, 95

De'a-wm-e election, 16, 107, 127,
208, 432; of the state tax 351
Denmark, cessions to Sweden 46



148 1 on the end of the volume 432.
Education, a new system of 144
Egypt, state of 380

Elliott, lieut. 259

Emigration, remarks on 13

the current of 15

127 175 208

table of 52 45

British remarks 43

attempts to turn

the tide of 61

of the Swiss 105

westward 223 336

^-^— — — reverse 330

Engheim, the duke of 198

Eppes, Mr. 259

Erie lake, improvements on the
shores of 13; disaster in
launching a vessel 95; rise &
fall of the lake 238; hurricane
on do. 239

fort, the anniversary of the



-army of



221
351
169
172
64



Detroit, of the currency at
Diplomatic curiosity
Dress, articles of, at Rome
Drought in S. Carolina
Duel between a Swedish and

Dmish nobleman 254

fatal, in New Jersey 296

Duelling, law of New York

against 208, 336

D;iple.-5is, Mr. case of 14

Dwarfs, at Baltimore 336

Dwight president, dies, 351

E.

Eigle, grey, shot 352

Earth, a phenomenon 124

Earthquake 47 62 95 173 175 222
East Indies, war in 9; Napaul
reduced 59; the treaty 106;
r j.ih of Japoor 173 379; Bhow
Begum 173; liuslieer 173; the
Mahrattas 1§8 221; Calcutta 221
East port, a British fl.et at 107
Editorial articles.
Address on commencing the
volume 1; France and the Bour-
bons '?,?r. On the population of ilie
United States 34; Spanish royally
at Cumana 36; on tlie British iiay-
makers o7; review of Biitiah co-
lonial policy 5 38; on tlie progress
of the United States 49; on the
British revenue 53; on the 12th
of September 1814, 65; the nati-



battle of celebrated 80; ora-
tion on the occasion 150

Erving, Mr at Madrid 44

Europe, storms and inundations
in various parts of 43 221

deficiency of crops 45

188 221 253

— of the season in 379



Exchange, state of 80 107 127

141 239 275 365 410
Executive responsibility 4

Exmouth lord, see Algiers, and
Br. expedition to Algiers, &.C.
Expenditures of the U. S. de-
tails of 338
Exports and Imports of the U S.
tables of 50 51

detailed statements 402

F.
Fayette, gen. to .sted atParis 80
Fayetteville, exports of 192

Ft-curdity extraordinary 30

Figures, of errors in 65

Finances of the U. S. 87

Fire at Salem 15; at New York.
31; in the woods 108, 191;
at New Orleans 141 175; at
Halifax 18; at Constanlinoplf;
207; at Poitsmouth N. H. 566
Firebrand tlie U. S. schooner,
fired upon 108; the case stat-
ed 125; resolutions at New-
Orleans thereon 126; remarks
127 142; court martial on It.
Cunningham 25.?

fishing extraordinary 143



INDEX,



Fishermen, Am. a fray of with
the British reported 144 ; de-
nied 156
Plaxseed, Irish imports of 29 235

proposed for cuttle 296

Flour, price of at Charleston
15; at Bufrao 31; at Gibral-
tar 80; av New Orleans 192

rise of the price of 189;

at Cadiz 239; at Havana 336;
at Bordeaux 379; at Lisbon

379
Fouche's letter to Wellington

157

memoirs of 184

FnANCE, tlie cjullotine used 9;
duke cf Berri 10 61; theduchess
77 236; Angouleme 10; distur-
bances, reported 10; at Nancy 91;
at Mentzand Strasburg 104 138;
at Pamboeuf334; at Toulouse 379;
new marsiials 11; oatli of tlie mar-
shals &c. 44; monks 11; tlie crops
32; editorial essay on "France &
the Bourbons," 33; executions 58
253 291; mad. xMoreau 76 78; mi-
litary preparations 43 45 61; ex-
iles 60; col. Brun; 92; Duvernet
44 220; Savarvand I.allemand 44
58 105 172 175 296 347; gen.
Meclin 104; manuf.ictures 44 02;
Lavelette 60; Simon, .Mr. X. 105;
pnblic prayers 93; cen. Clausel
153; funds' 5 8 77 92 236 379;
new system of education 144; gen.
Bernard 191; money paid to the
allies 61; proscriptions 206 220;
Fouche's letter 157; cotton manu-
factures 360; Beauharnois 173; co-
lonial regiments 76; court mourn-
ing 36J; Cliateanbriand 187; new
messiali ! 76; budget 379 405; gen.
Braver 208 254; religious proces-
sion 78; /)ar contumace 220; king's
letter to the vicirs general 93; of
his eating 220; clemencij 2pl; mar-
shal Grouchy 236; dispute with
an Am. consul about the eagle92\
vicars general 306; Austrians and
Russians at M.;ntz 105; Carnot
307; Swiss soldiers 1J4 253; re-
volution, clironology of tlie bat-
tles Sic. 110; new election order-
ed 139; protest against 172; new
members 187 220; king's speech
396; concordat with the pope 205;
monopoly of tobacco 236; stamp
duty 547; finance, report upon,
236; an attempt to blow up the
barracks 291 ; grain imported at
Bordeaux 360; Bri. g:)ods 44 92.
Franklin, Dr. his letter on reli-
gious subjects 140

anecdote of 3/5

74, 296 352

Frankfort, the diet at 77

French settlement in the U. S.

208 296
Free blacks — see coio7iizntinfi —
Frigtites, on the dimensions of 41
Frink, col. Iiis death 336

Frost in Louisiana - 400

Frost in England 330

Fulton, Robert 62



Gaines gen. 31 192 239 351 365;

report of his trial 216; on tlie

commissariat 324

Gallatin, Mrs. presented to the

French court 90

Gallipolis, Ohio. 54

Gass lights, at Cincinnati 31;

in Baltimore 127

General ticket 17S

"Genius of the lakes" extract

from 75

Geographical exemplification

65 70
Georgia, election 107 175 223

governor's message 223

finances 295

resolutions about the



boundary line of the slate 336
George, fort 109

Godfrey's quadrants 15

Gold mine, on the Ohio, said to

be discovered 156

Gordon Murphey & O'Farrel 57

capt. of the navy, his

death 336

Gravity, progressive motion of

animals in opposition to 320
Grouchy, marshal 191, 296

Guadaloupe, 80 127 222

Gueriere U. S. frigate, anec-
dotes of her crew 298
Gunpowder, alarming deposit 352

H.

Hail 47 62

Hale, capt. case of 199

Hamburg, the bank of 205

scarcity of money at 253

Harper, Mr. ' 259

Hartford convention, cost of

191; noticed 337

Harpooner, the ship, wrecked 292
Harvests, general remarks upon

127 351
Havana, commerce of 222; a
valuable fleet sails from 239;
arrivals at 353

ffaijti— king Christophe 103 292;
his grand entry into Cape Hen-
ry 315; his court 317; the dig-
nitaries of his kiir;dum 168;
I'etion declared president for
life 174; his salary 292; ne-
go riatinns of the French with
iiim 174; patriot privateers
fitted at 207; the ports of Aus-
trii opened to Haytian vessels
292; Petion's negociation and
proceedings with the agents
of Lonis 30S 332 — a change
of religion contemplated by
Cliristopiie 347; reported
q;i.trrel between the king and
the president 3S0



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