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THE PAST THE PRESENT-FOR THE FUTURE.

FROM SEPTEMBER, 1833, TO MARCH, 183+VOL. XLV. OR,

VOLUME IX.-FOURTH SERIES.

Baltimore:

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16-General directions. For things happening in Great Britain, France, &c. or the several states, see their own

proper heads; in congress, see congress, &c.
Accidents
70, 116, flour 374; specie arrives 416; loan not ta-

British affairs.
Adams, John Quincy 31, 55, 86, 99 ken 396, 413; Susquehannab bank of Balti- Almack's 57; amphitheatre 101; appoint-

Adams, John, intercepted Jeiter of 46; more, run on the 415; failures in 415; ho- ments 134; arıny 183; azsizes 71; bank of
letter on sectarianism
137 nors to Mr. Wirt

435 England, renewal of the charter of the 57,
Abyssinia-Dr. Rupple's travels in 168; Banks-Bank of England, discounts of 71, 103; the issues of the 133; stamp duty
mode of cutting steaks in

212 the 37, 133, 428; number of in U.S. 39; 71; blockade of Lisbon 9; Brougham, lord,
African colonization society 167, 394 bank U. S. judge Johnson's eulogy on the reinark on the currency 71; philippic against
Africa-expedition to south 199 51: removal of deposites 33, 51, 81, 97; pre- the duke of Cumberland 200; Buckingham
Agricultural prospects

82 sident's manifesto 73; U. $. directors' re- palace 71; chain bridge 118; ebancery
Air power

198 port 77; do. do. memorial 277; Duane's ex forms 71; do. costs 168; cheap publications
Albright, Peter

47 position 236; directors, report of 248; ap- 118; cholera prevention bill 71; disappear.
Alexander, John

148 pointment of the 390; direction of do. 331; ance of the 134; reappearance 211,366; coal,
Alexandria, D. C. phenomenon 184; Missouri circular 97; contingent draughts importation of 8; coasting trade 7; Codring-
storm 266; prices 374, 396; Gazette 176 | 326; Mr. Taney's report on the removal of ton, C. B. 117; concerts 70; crops 9; de-

Algiers-capture of Massagran and Mus- the deposites 258; discounts 388, 395, 410, bates in parliament 44; Donna Maria 27, 71,
taganem 104; of the jealousy of the Eng-434; liberality of 389; insidious charge 101, 134; duties 43, 103; East India compa-
lish 149; retention by France 170 against 390; condition of the 345, 364; divi- ny 9, 71, 173; executions 70, 133; expendi-

Alliance of nations, speculation concern- dend 331; power of the 362; pension fund lures 133; export of specie 242; factory la-
ing the

27 agency 331, 409, 416, 426; resolutions of bor bill 57, 88; forgeries 366; fruits 9; gam-
Alleghany river, source of the 133 state legislatures on the deposite question, bling 8; Germanic confederacy 416; house
Allen, lieut. Wm. H. monument to 40 of New-York 370; of New Jersey 370; of of commons, alterations in the 44; beir to
Allens, Messrs. S. & M. 415, 434 Ohio 371; of Virginia 436; branches of the, the throne 8; imports and exports 7; Ire-
Alabama-death of col. Owens 7,37, 143, 145; at Nashville 166; at New

York 97, 27, 53; fire in Dublin 57, 71; compensation

at Washington 166, 295; at Fayetteville land, outrages in 9; church temporalities 8,
159, 160, 290; intruders on the Creek lands, 195; at Mobile 165, 373; at New Orleans to clergy 27, 57; grand jury bill 71; recall of
correspondence, &c. 61, 138, 139, 189; at- 165; at Savannah' 295; at Charleston Anglesey 57, 102; successor of 134; disease
torney general's opinion 142; brigade orders 390; remonstrances of certain against 183; distress 416; Jews, disabilities of the
138; governor's proclamation 144; proceed the reduction of discounts 434; orders of 9, 27, 89; king, speech of the 101; Lander's
ings in Lowndes county 123; do in Macon the 434; incendiary paragraphs concern- expedition 37, 71, 101, 119; legislation 57;
county 160; St. Clair county court's deci- ing the 296, 395, 396; contingent checks libel 416; London, university 118; popula-
sion 123, 143; various paragraphs concern. 296, 305; fees to lawyers 296; memorials, tion 378; railways 4; markets 44, 71, 133,
ing 129, 138, 143, 159, 160, 193; march of resolutions, &c. 298, 390, 391, 395, 396, 212; manufactures 242; monopolies 67;
troops to 266; desertion of the soldier who 397, 436; Kendall's N. Y. correspondence More, Miss Hannah, death of

navy,
shot Owens 290; Mobile 132; prosperity of 299 Manhattan 81, 98, 166, 296, 346, 433; force of the 9, 168, 213; do. arcbitecture
165; crops 133, 161, 162, 211; bank debtors conduct of certain 166, 195; deposite banks 27; Mediterranean force 416; newspaper
373; pole on deposite question 389; Tus: 81,97, 296, 389, 396; Girard bank 98; bank stamps 9; north western boundary 27;
cumbia rail road

290
Allens, Messrs. failure of the

ing capital of Philadelphia 132; broken O'Connell, Mr. 19, 27, 59, 183, 211, 366,

414
Almacks, visit to

banks 39, 309; Western bank of Philadel-parliament 56, 101, 103, 416; Dr. Philpol's

57
American generals

phia 182; new banks projected 295, 296, speech 53; P. O. regulations 44; pogilist's
American Fur company

372, 373; New York banks, condition of trial 52; princess Victoria 56; reforms 168;

88, 118 certain 373, annual report 373, 439; run
American Colonization society 122, 182

rents 53; revenue 183; Russian influence
upon Chemical bank 389; contract with the 416: salaries 53; Scotch harvests 134; ship-
American Institute, N. Y.

129, 153

new deposite 272; discount on notes 331, wrecks 101, 117, 160;, lave emancipation
American stocks, foreign holders of 178 373, 374; meetings on the deposite ques' bill 9, 27, 56, 57, 58, 71; specie exporiod 71;
American publishers 182, 217 tion 371, 372, 387, 395, 397, 413, 414, 436; speech, a moving 53; stamp forgeries 71;
Americans imprisoned at Leghorn 211

the post note of the Metropolis 346; failure tithes 416; Thelluson's estate 44, 45; trade
Anecdotes

56, 87, 116, 182, 377 of the Washington, N. J. 373; Susquehan- with U. S. and Canada 44; do. with China
Anti-nullification and cecession, toasts nah bank

of Baltimore, run on 415; District 57, 102; watchword at N. O. 121; Welling:
drank in Richmond 1808

92

of Columbia notes, transmission of to the ton's protest against the emancipation bill
Anti-temperance meeting 6; societies 8
Anti-slavery, meeting at New York 111; Union bank of Maryland 389; Mechanics force, Mr. death of
west 389; Planters' bank of Tennessee 389; 102; Wellesley, marquis 103, 170; Wilber-

9
do. society of New England

133

bank of N. Y. and the pension agency 426;
Anti-masonry
86

Bucbanan, James
Mr. Garland's remarks 395; delegations

17, 177
Antommarchi, Dr.
54

Bunker, captain

187
sent to Washington 397, 436; the presi-
Apples, large
56

Burges, Tristram
dent's views 376; see congress, &c.

22, 27, 100
Appointments
65, 77, 131, 193

Burning of slaves 180; burning spring
Arkansas--election

Baptists, numbers in the U.S.
7

427
Barbour, judge

19
Armstrong, 8. T.
55

Burr, col. Aaron

198
Army, U.S.-dragoons 5; order concern-

Battle, trial by

211
Butler, Elizar

105
Bavarian monument

87
ing officers visiting Washington 94; list

Butler, Benj. F.

193, 266
Bayard, James A.

390
promotions, &c. 191; troops sent to Ala-

Cabinet movements
Beauty and booty

26
bama
2:25

121, 202

Cabinet changes 172; rumors of 150, 410,
Armory at Malta

211
Belgium-prince born 9; affairs with Hol-

426
Arson, case of

168
land 57, 117, 134, 135, 170, 183, 212, 242; Calhoun, John C.

93, 159, 240
Atrocities, horrible account of certain 212 arrival of Gen. Sí. Cyr

212 Camel leopard

26
Attorney, gen. U. S.
130 Benson, Egbert, death of 8, 27, 96

Campbell, John W. death of

88
Bennett, J. G.

306

Camelions
Austria-loan 103; disavowal of inter-

56
Benton, Mr.

361

Camel's hair shawl
ference in affairs of Portugal 134; fortresses

118
Bibles, distribution of

150
repaired 170; population of Vienna 378; Bills on England, price of

309

Canals-Ohio and Erie 8; Schuylkill 23;
prince Esterhazy dies
416 Black Hawk

11,94 Pennsylvania 35, 181, 292; Lehigh 181;
Balloon ascensions

66, 90, 114
Blair, F. P.

26

Chesapeake and Delaware 52, 84, 377; N.
Ballard, captain
170, 177 Blair and Bennett, courtesies of

39 York 59, 60, 148, 292; Chesapeake and Ohio
Baltimore-shock of an earthquake at 4; Bonaparte, Napoleon

31, 58 84, 199, 200,

affray on the

366, 382, 399; De-
attempts at murder in 27, 193; convictions Booke, value of certain old

170

laware and Raritan 107; Morris 181; Dela-
148; sentences 169; celebration of the 12th Boston-institution for the blind 25; du 202; Delaware and Hudson

ware 181; great project for a sloop canal
of September 33; attractions 113; working. ties paid at 51; the Lord's day 54; expendi.

396
men's nominations 49, 150; arrival of pas- tures 100; fire at 82; improvements 148, 165;

Canada-population, wealth, &c. 24, 105,
sengers 52; balloon ascensions 66, 90, 113, insurance capital 118; exportation of 'spe- 183; salaries 52; affray 70; costs of court
114; destruction of the planing machine 82; cie 169; mechanics' festival 169; reception 183; imports 70; commerce 72; bears 118;
Conradt's carpet factory 83; inspections of of Mr. Clay, &c. 184; remarks of the Boston failures 149; emigration 168; fire 211; Long
four 100; ship-building 130; catholic pro- Post 296; improvements 148; elections 180, Point channel 290; new state bouse 362;
vincial council 152; visit of Mr. Clay 98; 292; rice mili 197; deposite meeting at 346, governor's prerogative

394
Mr. Van Buren and Mr. McLane 177; phe- 372; deposite banks 389; distress in 390; Cass, Lewis

19
nomenon 184; advantages as a harbor 266; failures 415, 434; the Courier and the mo- Carey, Lea & Co.

217
execution of certain negroes 291; new bank ney pressure

373
Carey, Matbew

382
project 295; deposites, meeting at Fell's Bouldin, Mr. death of

409 Carlisle Volunteer and the deposites 373
Point 372; memorials 390,395, 396; price of Brackenridge, H. M. to L. McLane 221 Cash duties

146

209

fused by

27, 236, 270, 432; remarks on presenting the Foster, Mr. 334, 370; Frelinghuysen, Mr.
Casually, a strange case of
53 Pruvidence memorial

430 228, 3:33, 346, 347, 407; his remarks ou pre-
Catechism, Russian

120

Calhoun, Mr. 229, 244, 245, 293, 347, 429; senting ibe Newark memorial 379; French
Caucuci, Enrico, death of
53 Canubreleng, Mr. 248, 333, 348, 349, 412, claims

245, 268, 310, 332
Chatubers, Esekiel F.

5 430, 432; canals, Chesapeake and Onio 269, Galbraith, Mr. 130; Gamble, Mr. 370; Gul-
Clasu bridge in Wales

118 270, 293, 413; Portland and Louisville 292; mer, Mr. 413, 430; Gorham, Mr. 270, 293,
Chancery court, costs in the British 168 Carr, Mr. 270, 432; chaplains to the house 381, 432; Gordon, Mr. 293; governinent di-
Chauncey, comigodore

178 235, 247; do. io the sepate 245; Chambers, rectors'ınemorial, presentation of 209; nio-
Chesapeake, the ship, and the Ganges 8 Mr. of Pennsylvania 412; Chambers, Mr. tion to refer it to the commiyee of ways
Check, an altered one

377 of Md. 228, 310, 348, 404, 406, 407,412, 429; and means 270; Graham, Mr. 131; Great
China-British regulating of trade 173 resolution calling for statements of the de Taunton river 311; Grendell, Mr. 235, 334,
Chickens, mortality amongst 5! posite banks 407; remarks ou presenting | 382; Grundy, Mr. 228, 229, 244, 245, 247,
Charles X.

71 The Ballinore inemorial 412; Chilton, Mr. 267, 269, 331, 333, 381, 406, 407, 408
Cholera-death of chickens by the 51; at 235, 248, 271,310, 348, 370,382,432; Chinn, Hall, Mr. of N. C. 381; Hannegan, Mr.
London 211; in Spain 114, 134, 170, 178, Mr. 370, 381; Choate, Mr. 269; Clay, Mr. of 270, 362; Hardin, Mr. 236, 293, 310, 370;
212; in Great Britaiu 1, 71, 211, 366; ai Ha Ky. 228, 229, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, Harper, Mr. of Pa. 430; reinarke on pre-
gerstowa 98; Lexington 1; Columbus 35, 267, 268, 269, 293, 309, 310, 333, 346, 347, senting the cordwainers' memorial 230;
51; Millersburg 98; Campeachy 1; Yucatan 367, 406, 407, 411, 428, 429; his remarks on Hawes, Mr. 235, 270, 381; Heath, Mr, pre-
1; Lisbon 9; Mexico 17, 84, 130; Cuba 35; the death of J. s.'Johnston 229; his amend sents the Baltimore memorial 431; Hen-
ia Missouri 85; at New Orleans 54,98, 114, ment to Mr. Benton's resolution 245; bis dricks, Mr. 429; Hill, Mr. 428; bouse of
248; Alla kapas 148; in Spain 114, 134, 170: call for the president's bank manifesto 245, representatives, organization of 229; elec-
178, 212; al Paris

170 246; his call for Mr. Crawford's correspon- tion of officers 231; Hubbard, Mr. 231, 236,
Christianity, McCauley's eulogy on 199 dence 268, 29, 310, 349, 369; his resolutions 382, 408; Hudson river, improvement of
Clay, Henry 19, 82; his eastern lour, &c. concerning the dismissal of Mr. Duane, 335, 432; Huntington, Mr. 236, 370, 381, 430
38, 99, 113, 114, 129, 145, 174, 177, 184, 193, and the insufficiency of Mr. Taney's rea- lodiana, resolutions in favor of certain

214, 226, 241, 305, 345 sons 349; his speech 349; Clay, Mr. of Ala-improvements in the Ohio river 432; In-
Clayton, A. S. on cotton seed oil 30, 33 bama, 247, 248, 310, 311, 348, 430; Clayton, dians and Indian affairs 348; call for in-

Coal - Potomac trade 5, 200; imports into Mr. or Geo. 248, 270; Clayton, Mr. of Del. structions to certain agents 268; liabiliues
London 8; mine discovered in Virginia 56; 268; clerk to the house 231, 311, 312, 333; of the U. 8. to the several tribes, &c. 381,
English trade in 68; Pensylv'a 83, 181, 290 coins, the relative value of the 293; coloni- 382; instructions to foreign ministers and
Cobbet, William

10 zation society 369; coinmittees, or the se- agents 370; int. improvements 270, 333, 432
Coinage, Mexican 134; French 101 nate 229, 244, 245, 247, 268, 269, 333, 378; Jarvis, Mr. 270; Johnson, Josiah s. ho-
Coke, lieut.

50 of conference 378,379; do. of the house 236, nors to 2:28; Johnson, Mr.of Md. 294; John-
Colburn, Zerah

69 269, 293, 294; Conner, Mr. 293; constitution son, Mr. of Ky. 433; Jones, Mr. of Geo. 236,
Colleges
194 U. S. amendments of the 246, 293; contest-

270, 334, 348, 370, 433
Commerce and navigation of the U. 8.- ed elections, of Letcher and Moore 228, Kane, Mr. 228, 242, 243, 333, 369; Kava-
N. York 35, 51; Boston 51; Pbilad. 132 229, 230, 231, 235, 236, 247; of Robbins and nagh, Mr. 293; Kent, Mr. 228, 293, 333, 369;
Commissiou merchants, acceptances re- Porter 228, 229, 244; Clark's compilatiou of proposition to amend the constitution 293;

434 348; Cramer, Mr. 408; Crawford, Mr. call Kentucky resolutions 429, 431; King, Mr.

for certain correspondence of 268, 309; or Ala. 228, 229, 292, 333, 369, 429, King,
Congress.
Adams, Mr. of Mass. 293, 348, 370, 381, Cuba and Porto Rico, call for information Mr. of Geo. 310; King, Mr. or ba. 430, 432;

423
430, 432; admission of persons on the Hoor concerning the trade of 294; currency, res. Knight, Mo.

381
293; Allan, Mr. of Ky. 229, 230, 231, 270,

Lands, the public, concerning Mr. Clay's
413; Alabama and the U. S.-call for in-

Davis, Mr. of Mass. 236, 270, 294, 333, bill 229, 242, 244, 247; of the president's
structions to Indian agents 268; Mr. Lew- 348, 349; speech on the removal of a clerk | veto 242; the veto 285; price 244; grant 10
is's resolution concerning the difference 311; Davis, Mr. of S. C. 334, 433; debates Alabama 244; do. to Missouri 245, 293; gra-
between 334, 429, 430; appointment of of the federal constitution, copies to be fur. duation, price of 270, 310; pre-emption
committees 229; appropriations 332, 348, nished 310; debates, in the senate, on the right 270; sales to actual setters 270; sel-
369, 370, 382, 412, 433; conference 369, 378, contested election of R. I. senator 228, 229; Llers on 292; abolition of auction sales
379; report of the 381, 382; amendments of on the president's veto on the public lands 270; certain to be brought into the market
the senate 369, 370; Archer, Mr. 236, 270, bill 229, 242; on the appointment of the com- 292; registering of patents 293; Lane, Mr.
381, 382, 408; eulogy on Mr. Bouldin' 413; mittees 229, 244, 245; on Mr. Benton's re- of ind. 235, 270, 370, 431; leaden statues,
army 275, 348, 432, 433; armory 381; Ash- solution relative to the U. S. bank 244, 245, importation of 294; Lee, Mr. N. J. 293
ley, Mr. 248, 310; assay offices

293 332; on Mr. Clay's call for the president's Leicher, Mr. 229, 230, 231, 236, 247; Lewis,

bank inanisesto 246, 267; on the secretary Mr. of Ala. 334, 430; Linn, Mr. 268, 292,
Banks-Bank, U. S. secretary of the of the treasury's reasons for the removal of 293; list of members 227; Louisville and
treasury's reasons for removing the depoibe deposites 293, 310, 349, 400; on the se- Porvand canal 244, 292; Louisiana, Spanish
siles 236; Mr. Bentou's call for information cretary's answer to Mr. Clay's call 309; on titles to land in 333; Lyon, Mr. L. 270, 432;
244; Mr. Clay's amendment to do. 245; his Mr. Benton's proposition to examine Mr. Lytle, Mr.

382
call for copy of president's bank manifesto Biddle 333; on the treasury tariff instruc- Manufactures, hardware 379; hinges, &c.
245, 246; his resolutions calling for copies Lions 346; on the presentation of the Boston 432; Mangum, Mr. 228, 247, 29, 333, 346,
of Mr. Crawford's correspondence 268, memorial 367; on the presentation of va- 347, 411, 428, 429; Mann, Mr. of Pa. 293;
269, 310, 349, 369; his resolutions con rious other memorials 423; on the presen- Mann, Mr. of N. Y. 370, 382, 431; Mardis,
cerving the dismissal of Mr. Duane, and tation of the New York resolutions 400; on Mr. 335; Marshall, Mr. 230, 235; marine
the insufficiency of Mr. Taney's reasons do. do. New York memorials 407,411; on hospital, at Portland 335; Mason, Mr. 433;
349; Mr. Benton's amendment to do. 332, the U. S. bank's pension agency 406; in McDuffie, Mr. 247, 248, 270, 271, 293, 294,
333; Mr. Poindexter's resolutions to send the house of representatives, on the con- 370, 432, 433; speech on removal of depo-
for persons, &c. 405; the report of the di- lested election of Messrs. 'Letcher and sites 319; McKay, Mr. 433; McKennan, Mr.
rectors of the 248; U.S. directors' memo- Moore 229, 236; on reference of the secre- 236, 270, 370; McKean, Mr. of Pennsylva-
rial, presentation of the 269; reference 270; tary of the treasury's reasons for the remo- nia, 244, 268, 310, 332, 379, 406, 411, 429;
the memorial 277; discounts of the 428; val of the public deposites 248, 313, 319; on Mckim, Mr. of Md. 248, 271, 370, 413;
agent's correspondence with eertain banks, the removal of Noah Fletcher by the clerk McKinley, Mr. 248, 334, 408, 430; meet-
call for the 268; pension fund and the 406, 311; on presenting the Providence memo- ing of congress 228; members, list of 227,
408, 428, 429, 432, 437; memorials, resolu- rial in favor of the restoration of the depo- absent 230; Mercer, Mr. 270,311; messages
Lions, &c. p:esented concerning the remo- sites 430; on presenting the Moyamensing of the president, on the public lands 229,
val of the deposites, &c. 271, 310, 312, 333, resolutions 431; Denny, Mr.381,412; Deca- 269; bis velo 285; on the call for his bank
369, 379, 380, 381, 406, 407, 408, 411, 412, tur, Susan 333; directors, U. s. bank, con manifesto 247; the annual 231; on the pre-
413, 427, 428,429, 430, 431, 432; dishonored cerning the 367; discriminating duties in sents from the emperor of Morocco 335; on
notes 331; deposite banks, call for returns Spanish ports 294; District of Columbia 310, the U. S. bank's pension agency 406; me-
from 407; Mr. Ewing's plan for a na- 335, 346; documents, rescinding former or tallic currency 381; mint, United States
tional bank 271. For the speeches, see der concerning 333; Duncan, Mr. 294; 293, 349; Missouri,grant of land to 244, 245;
the names of the gentlemen respectively. duties on hardware 292, on hinges 432 Moore, Mr. of Ala. 229, 243, 244, 268;
Barringer, Mr. 370; Barnitz, Mr. 293; Elections contested, Letcher and Moore Moore, Mr. of Ky, contested election of
Barber, Mr. 413; Beardsley, Mr. 235, 236, 228, 229, 230 231, 236, 247; Robbins and 229, 230, 231, 236, 247; Moore, Mr. of Va.
270, 349, 382, 408, 430; Bell, Mr. of Tena. Potter 228, 229, 244; election of president 349; Morris, Thomas 228, 347, 429; Mub-
428; Bell, Mr. or N. H. 428; remarks on and vice-pres., amendment of the constitu- lenburg, Mr.

236, 412, 432
presenting the Portsmouth petition 428; tion for the 246; Ellsworth, Mr. 231, 381; Nandain, Mr. 228; navy and naval, con-
Benton, Mr. 228, 229, 242, 244, 245, 246, Elliott's debates 348; “ endless life," disco-struction of two vessels 270; appropria-
310, 331, 332, 348, 367, 411; Bibb, Mr. 228, verers of 432; Everett, Mr. of Mass. 294, tions 348, 349; newspapers for members
246, 411, 429; Binney, Mr. 248, 310, 333, 312, 370, 381; Everett, Mr. of Ver. 370, 235; New York chamber of commerce, me-
334, 335, 348, 412; Black, Mr. 292; Blair, 381; Ewing, Mr. of Ind. 270, 271, 367; Ew-morial of the 335; new members, supply
Mr. of S. c. 293; Bouldin, Mr. 370, 408; ing, Mr. of Ohio, 228, 310, 369; executive of books for 408; N. Carolina memorial 428
death of 412, 413; Mr. Archer's eulogy on business 268, 293, 310, 347, 369, 379, 411 Officers of the late war 432; Ohio, resolu-
413; funeral honors to 413; Mr. Wise's re- Fletcher, Noah 311, 312, 333, 348; Foot, tions on the deposite question of 347; im-
marks on the death of 429; bounty lands, Mr. 270, 370, 430; force act, repeal of the provement of the river 432; Owens, Har-
prayer of certain officers for 432; Brown, 229, 244, 245, 293; Forsyth, Mr. 245, 246, deman, inquiry as to the death of 430, 432
Mr. 370, 428; Bruce, John 236; Buckner, 269, 293, 309, 333, 347, 369, 378, 379, 380, Paper money system, memorials against
Mr. 228; Bullard, Mr. 269,335; Burges, Mr. I 406, 407, 412, 428, 429; fortifications 433; | 412, 432; Pation, Mr. 247, 270, 431; pa-

130,

tents 294, Pearce, Mr. 238, 430; pensions 408,412, 430, 432; senate, list of members vious question on the depostte question
and pensioners 310, 370, 381, 408, 413; 227; organizatiou of 298; election of off. 432; on the reference of Mr. Taney's rer
pension agency in Alabama 244; pension cers 244, president pro tem. 228, 229, 244, sons to the committee of ways and mean.
agency and the U. s. bank 406, 408, 428, 245; Shepley, Mr. 228, 347, 346, 369, 379, 433; on the resolution relative to the West
429; letter of Mr. Biddle 410; report of 406; Bilsbee, Mr. 360, 378; Singleton, Mr. Point academy 381; on the reference of the
majority of the committee 437; presen Thomas D. 248; slavery 346, 380, 381; N. Y. memorial coucerning the deposites
tation of the counter report 432; Mr. Smith, Mr. of Conn. 228,369, Southard, Mr. 400; on the pension agency

408
Adan's call for informationi 432; Pennsyl. 244, 332, 333, 335, 340, 347; speaker of the Congress-state of parties in 21,182; list
vania legislatie, resolutions in favor of house 230, 231, 247, 269, 293, 311, 419; ad- of members 227; diciation to, by certain
the Chesapeake and Ohio canal 270; Pey. dress on taking the chair 231; speaker's editors 373. See congress.
ton, Mr. 270, 408; Pinckney, Nr. 248, 293, vole 247; reversal of a former decision 412; Congress of northern nalions 71, 134, 135,
294, 348, 431; Plummer, Mr. 247; Poindex appeals from the decision of the 312, 432;

169, 170, 184
ter, Mr. 238, 229, 243, 244, 246, 258, 203, points of order 431; decisions of the 432; Connecticut-Yale college commence-
333, 346, 347, 348, 367, 369, 378, 379, 406, Speight, Mr. 270, 348, 362, 412; Sprague, ment 5, 194; Indian titles in 69; silk culture
407, 429; resolution calling for causes of a Mr. 229, 244, 245, 331, 346, 379, 380, 381, 116; phenomenon 200; reception of Mr.
certain delay, &c. 378; resolutions on the 406, 429; steamboat navigation, security of Clay 214; death of Normand Smith 290;
reinoval of the deposites, &c. 405, 407; 269, 293; great projects for 333, Stevenson, factories, discharge of hands 373, 396, 434
Polk, Mr. 231, 235, 236, 248, 270, 271, 310, Mr. 230; Stewart, Mr. of Pa. 236, 269, 270, Contingent draughts

296, 297, 305
312, 333; speech of 313, 335, 369, 370, 381, 334, 413; remarks on the Baltimore memo- Contracts, law of

101
382, 412, 433; post office department, Mr. rial 413; Stoddert, Mr. 370; stocks, redemp. Convicts, tabular statement of 168
Grundy's resolutions concerning 269; an- tion of certain 294, 333, 348; Sutherland, Cooper, Mr. the novelist

118, 169
nual reports 374, 375; restoring of certain Mr. 231, 270,412, 130, 431; Swift, Mr. 228 Corn, strange freak of

38
fuuds 270; Mr. Ewing's (of Ohio) call for Talimadge, Mr. 228, 381, 404, 411, 429; Coroner's juries, the laws regulating 242
amount of borrowed inoney 310; account tariff 292, 432; treasury instructions 346, Cotton-prices, &c. 2, 3, 17, 23, 69, 82,
of borrowed money 332; transmission of 347, 348, 349; hardware, modification of 98, 113, 133, 134, 165, 199; crops in U. $. 3,
books, &c. 333, 346; failures in the N. 0. duties on 379; materials for an iron steam- 33, 67, 133, 137, 148, 166, 182, 196; specula-
mails 333; do, in the eastern 381; annual boat 381; Tipton, Mr. 228; Tompkins, Mr. lion 33; supply in Great Britain, &c. 49,
reports 374; statement of postage received 431; tonnage, American and foreign 379; 69, 133, 199; profil of cultivaliog 165
381; Porter, Mr. 332, 333, 378, 408; Potter, trade with Cuba and Porto Rico 294; trea- Cotton seed oil

30, 40
Mr. 228, 333, 346; Potomac bridge 335; pre- sury department, the treasurer's report Counterfeiters detected, &c. 29, 59, 211
sents from the emperor of Morocco 332, 229, 236; the secretary's annual report 272; Cracow, republic of

40
335; to our foreign agents 346, 369; call for his reasons for removing the deposites 258; Cranston, Mr. and Mr. Pearce 167
certain instructions concerning 370; preal of the second report on do. 346; instruc- Crawford, Wm. H.

159
dent of the senate, pro lem. 228, 229, 244; tions to collectors 347, 348, 349; called for Creditors, U.S. payment of

297
president of the senate 268, 292, 309, 310; copies of commissions of certain secreta- Criminals, mistaken sympathy for 100
president and vice president, election of ries 332; of the repeal of a certain act for Crockell, David

20
ihe 246, 248; president's inessage, motion the collection of revenue 269; call for cer- Cuba, negro insurrection

17, 37
of reference of to committees 247, 248; pre- win information connected with the remo. Customs-fees to officers, &c. 34, 38; of
sident, the, his annual message to congress val of the deposites 318; reply to do. 379; intemperate officers of

53
231; reference to committees 236, 248; on Turner, Mr. 293; Tyler, Mr. 228, 269, 407, Daniel, Peter V.

177
the public lands bill 229; committee there- 429; remarks on presenting the Richmond Dardanelles, defences of the

87
on 269; the veto 275; on the call for his memorial

4:29 Davis, John

99, 266
bank manifesto 247; on the presents of the Vanderpool, Mr. 270, 381; Vance, Mr. Deaths 8, 9, 35, 53, 56, 88, 96, 116, 134,
emperor of Morocco 332; on the U.S. bank 433; veto power of the president, Mr. Kent's 367, 394, 434; do. by a candle

27
and the pension agency 406, 408; Preston, annendment 293; Keniucky resolutions on Declaration of Independence, birth plac.
M. 244, 346, 369, 379, 412, 428; previous the 431; vice president, address on taking es, deaths, &e. of the signers of the 69
question, calls for 270, 348, 432; intimatiou his seat 268; do. concerning order 310; va- Delaware-Wilinington, invitntion to
concerning the 408; public buildings, ap. rious 346, 369; clearing the galleries 369; Mr. Clay 114, 174; reception of 216; whal-
propriations for the 293; public lands, Mr. Vinton, Mr.

370 ing company organized

115
Clay's bill 229, 244; graduation of price 244, Wabash river, improvement of the 429; Delaware breakwater

84
270; concerning grant to Alabama 244; Waggaman, Mr. 268, 332; Wardwell, Mr. Democratic papers, certain extracts from
price of 270; Mr. Poindexter's call for in- 231, 235, 311; Ward, Mr. 293; warehousing

39
formation 268; pre-emption rights 270; sales system 412, 430; Walmougli, Mr. 270, 412, Democracy and federalism

167
to actual settlers 270; auction sales 270 431; Wayne, Mr. 230, 247, 248, 382; Web Deposites in U. s. bank-concerning the

Rail roads, Baltimore and Onio 348, 370, sler, Mr. or Mass. 244, 245, 246, 247, 269, removal of 33, 51, 73, 81, 97; president's
381; Randolph, Mr. 413; relief to merchants 293, 332, 346, 348, 367, 369, 378, 379, 381, reasons 73; U. S. directors' report 77; Mr.
347, 348, 367, 411; Reed, Mr. of Mass. 381;406, 407, 408, 411, 428, 429; remarks con- Duane's exposition 236; opinion of certain
removal of the deposites 236, 247, 248, 268, cerning the U. S. directors 367; do, on pre- papera 373. See congress, &c.
270, 271, 293, 294, 310, 331, 33:2, 333, 335, senting the Boston resolutions 367; do. do. District of Columbia--storm in 266
346, 347, 348, 349, 367, 369, 370, 378, 379, New Bedford do. 378: reply to Mr. Wilkins Discharge of bands 396, 415, 434
380, 381, 406, 407, 408, 429, 430, 432, 433; 380; his speeches in reply to Mr. Wright

Discoveries

56, 51, 83
memorials, resolutions, &c. presented for 403, 407; do. do. 10 Mr. Tallmadge 405; his Discount on bank notes 374, 396, 416, 434
and against the 271, 310, 312, 333, 369, 379, motion concerning Mr. Clay's 20 resolu- Divorces, the memorial of D. Robie 174
380, 381, 406, 407, 408, 411, 412, 413, 4:27, tion 407; his resolution inquiring into the Downing, Jack

177, 377
428, 429, 430, 431, 432; Mr. Clay's resolu-effect of the pressure on the revenue 411; Dow, Lorenzo, death of

394
tions 245, 246, 268, 269, 310, 349, 369, 407; his report on the removal of the deposites Diy rol, preventive of 28; concerning 34
Mr. McDuffie's instructions 271, 335, 370, 118; his comparative stateinent between Dry docks, cost of 51; portable 120
432; Mr. Chilton's do. 271; Mr. Jones'do. U. S. bank and bank of England 428; Weat Duane, Mr. 38, 65, 81, 99, 178, 193, 205,
349; Mr. Webster's resolutions 332,318; bis India and North American colonial trade 206; his exposition 236; bis correspondence
report 407, 418; Mr. Poindexter's resolu- 310, 331, 348, 379; West Point academy, 271, 399; his 14th reason

296
Lions 405, 407; revenue, inquiry concerning abolition of the 381; admission into 389; Durant's ascensions

66, 90, 114
the 411; reporls, of the treasury depart. White, Mr. of Tenn. 228; Whittlesey, Mr. Duels

56
ment, on the removal of deposites 236, 258; of Ohio 236, 293, 294,318; White, Mr.C.P. Duties and their operation on revenue 84
on the finances 272; on sugar cane 236; of 270, 293, 430; White, Mr. or Lou. 270, 293; Dwight, Sereno E.

5
the treasurer, his annual 236; of the elerk Williams, Mr. 231, 312; Wilde, Mr. 248, Earthquakes

4, 23
of the house, disbursements of the contin. 293, 381, 382, 412, 432, 433; Wilkins, Mr. East Indies-Dutch power in danger 149;
gent fund 236; of the secretary of war, his 310, 332, 346, 369, 406, 407, 408, 420, 429; new paper established 149; decrease of wa-
annual 275; of the postmaster general, his remarks on presenting the Pittsburgh me. ler at Manilla 149; piracy 149; gov. Nicolay
annual 374; statement of nett receipts for morial 380; Wiri, Mr. 429, 433; Wisc, Mr. arrives 149; fire at Santa Cruz 149; mig-
a year 381; of the commissioner of public 247, 293, 381, 408, 413; his remarks on Mr. sionaries and Christians imprisoned, &c.
buildings 293; of the secretary of the navy, Bouldin's death 429; Wright, Mr. Silas 228, 149; great failures in the

199
his annual 300, of Mr. Webster on the re- 229, 244, 292, 332, 369, 38), 406, 407, 427, Editorial essays, notices, &c.
moval of the deposites 418; of Mr. Polk on 428; his speech on presenting the resolu-

Address at the commencement of the
the pension agency 437; Rhode Island sena- tions of the New York legislature 397; do. volume 1; African Colonization society
tor, contested seat of 228, 229; Rives, Mr.do. the New York memorial

407
348, 367, 412; Robbins, Mr. 228, 229, 244;

167; agricultural prospects 82; Alabama
Rockville road 294; rules of the house 231,

Yeas and Nays.

controversy 123, 129, 145, 161, 176, 225, 241,
236, 247, 270, 293; do. of the senate

In the senate-On Mr. Robbins contested 377; American stocks, foreign holders of
245

election 228; on the appointment of com- 178; American Instituie 129, 155; anti-sla.
Sandy creek and Salmon river 311; miltees 245, 247; on Mr. Clay's call for a very convention

291
Schley, Mr. 293, 370; secretaries of the copy of the president's bank manifesto 247; Baltimore 113; Ballard, capt. 177; banks
treasury, call for copies of commissions of on Mr. Benton's amendment to Mr. Clay's -bank U. 8. of the charter of the 65, 113;
310; secretary of the treasury 229, 236; re- resolutions (deposite)

333 the condition, discounts, &c. of the 345,
port on the removal of the deposites 258; In the house of representatives on the 410; the power of the 361,362; the checks
his annual report on the finances 272; se- reference of the government directors' me- of the branches of the 393; the pension
cretary of the navy, annual report 300; con- morial to committee of ways and means agency and the 409; of memorials concern-
tracts and purchases 348; secretary of war, 270; on the reconsideration of the refering the 409; exchanges of the 114; creation
his annual report 275; contingent expenses ence of Mr. Taney's reasons to the com- of new 225; project for the abolition of 145;
348; Selden, Mr. 270, 24, 333, 335, 348, I mittee of the whole 270; on taking the pre-1 circulations in the west 296; Benton's

331;

amendment 330; of his speech 361; Ben-14; slavery, slave property, &c. 33, 180, 242; | state of France 117; rail road projects 8;
nett's expose 306; British emancipation show 241, 266: South Carolina senator 2:25; revenue paid iu 51; robbers 416; ruplure
bill 66; Jealousy of Algiers 149; Buchanan, stocks 225, 309, 364; steamboat explosious with Sweden 367; Spain, measures in ta-
James 17, 193; bulls and bears 209 130, 145, 177, 180, 209; strangers in N. York vor of the qucen 212, 22); specie 101; taxes

Cabinei changes, &c. 26, 172, 150, 410, 17; suits for damages against sleamboat 9; troops for the Spanish frontier 226; M.
426; cash duties 146; Central America 210, owners 180; surplus revenue 130; Suther- Tbier's examination of British factories
226; Clay, Henry 19, 82, 98, 99, 113, 114, land, Mr. 290; sugar inanual

291 | 168; vine cultivation

199
1:29, 145, 161, 174, 177, 184, 193, 214, 225, Taney, Mr. appointment of 65, treasury Gale, a disastrous

148
226, 241, 305, 345; clerk U. S. H. R. 305; cir- depart. instructions 81, 147, 3:29, 3-15, 365; Gales & Seaton

306, 374
culation of values 425; contents of the Re- dishonored draught 241; annual report 286 Gaubling in stocks

17
gister 241, 265, 305,329, 345, 361; contingent United States Telegraph 33; U. S. troops Ganges, tradu of, and the ship Chesa-
checks, &c. 297, 305; Conradi's factory 83; detached to Alabama

2:25 peake

8
congress session 161; contested elections
Virginia and the presidency 19; do. and Gaston, Mr.

36, 85, 178
161; cotton supply, price, &c. 23, 33, 49; the deposites

266 Gennessee river, source of the 133
crisis, remarks on the 393; Crockett, col. Water power of the U. S. 1; Webster's
David 20; currency, state of the 265 speeches 50, 97, 331; various 345, 393, 109; found in 36, 200; small notes prohibited 69,

Georgia-major Camp killed 7; gold
David, 'John 266; democracy and feder- West Point academy 290; Western bank of release of inissionaries 105; elections 115,
alisi 166, 291; deposites, removal of the Phila. 161; West India irade 290; do. des: 132, 149, 166; fire at Augusta 118; do. at
33, 51, 65, 81, 97, 145, 206, 241, 393; banks tiny 394; Wethered's premium cloibs 242; Milledgeville 227; sale of lots in Cherokee
selected for 296; deferred articles 345; do- Whittlesey, Mr. 290; Wint, Wm, death of 132; naming of a town 132; internal im-
cuments, the season of 225; Dow, Lorenzo 425; wool 17,52; workingmen 33, 49, 66;
394; drought 17; dry rot 17, 34; Duane, Mr. Wrigbt, Silas

+377, 393

provements 199; organization of the legis-
193, 205, 225, 426; Durant's ascension 66, Edwards, Henry W.

5

lature 182; proceedings in 196, 207; extract
113, 114; duties, ainount paid 51; effect of Edson, c. the living skeleton, death 116 inaugural address 99; resignation of G. M.

from governor's message 207; governor's
reduction

81, 129
Eastern Argus 98; editorial miseries 290; 25,:242; retirement of Ibrahim 9; disturban- Troup 209; election or successor 227; finan-
electioneering of public officers 290; Ency- ces in Hedjaz 72; revolt of a Turkish regi-

ces of 227; G, M. Troup nominated for the
clopædia Americana 6; European politics ment, &c. 367; crop of cotton 242; army 212

presidency
178; excitement at Baltimore 113; execu- Elins & Co.

373

Germany-suppression of certain socie-
tions

35
Emmons, Dr.

ties 27; inovement of troops 57, acquittal of

385
Factories stopping work 17, 66; favored Emancipation of slaveg

Worth and Seibenpeffer 87; negotiation

210
banks 225; failures 393; sees to custom Emigrants

concerning free city of Frankfort 104; Ger

8, 183, 211
house officers 34; figures, mistakes in 378; Encyclopædia Americana

manic confederacy 117; meeting of sove-
6
reigns

169
foreign salaries 17; do. paupers 377; do. England, bishop

87
holders of stocks 178; do. news 361, 425; Engineere, U. S. topographical

191

Giles, Mr. of Va, and the embargo 24
France, our affairs with 306; franking by Europe, general views of

28

Girard, Stephen, estate of 4, 132, 390; bis

will
291
the president 409; free

123
Exchanges

373, 374
Gales & Seaton, the attack on 241, 306;

6
Europe, views of the affairs of

Globe, case of the abip

28
gambling in stocks 17, 209; Girard's will Evaus, Oliver

5

Globe, newspaper, and the Pennsylvani-
113; government, and what it is 209

Everett, Edward

an 39; and Mr. Duane 205; president's views

5
flack hire in N. Y.21; home market 130

Exchange on England 114, 309, 396, 415 on the bank 396; on the reinoval of the de-
Internal improvements 912, 290; in- Executions, increase of

33

posites 65, 73, 97; Alabama question 161;
cendiary paragraphs 295; iron, price in Factory labor, Br. bill for regulating 88 graph concerning the U. s. bank 296, 305;

remarks on Mr. Clay 176; incendiary para-
England 113; irregularities of the mail 17; Failures-Alexander & Co's of Calcutta depreciation of property in New Orleans
Irish church bill

22 54; Philadelphia 309,415; Hackensack bank 389; on the conduct of nullifiers
Jackson, gen, and a third term 161 309; New York 396, 414, 415; New Haven

3.9
Louisville branch, dishonor of draughts 396; at Cincinnati 415; New Bedford 415;

Gold-large lumps found, 36, 200; mine
at the 241; legislatures, meetings of various Wareham, Mass. 415; Boston

in Vermont 73; annual production of 384

415
226; Letcher and Moore's case 20, 291 Falkland Islands-the aftair of

Greece--condition of 8, 174, 226; the bey
205

of Maina takes the oath of allegiance 9;
Maine politics 98; mails, le irregularity Fancy fairs

409
of the 167, 210; manufactures, iron 4; stop- Fasli, the ugly Bagdadian

Olho's visit to the Russian camp 70; do. the

87
ping of certain 66; British mode of destroy- Femnale labor-value of certaini 56, 53 seaports. 416; evacuation of the French
ing the American 394; Maryland legislative Fibbicton, George, Iravels of

130

troops 104; civil war and robbery 118; re-
drama 377; McDuffie, Mr. speech, &c. 19, Fires

yoll in Candia
56, 71, 62, 118, 166, 211, 377

416
65, 289; his forty hale theory 50; McKean, Fire from water

Green, gen. Duff

198
gen. 241, 256; McLean, judge 193; meeling Fisberies cod

149,211

Greyhounds presented to the president 8
of congress 225; Mexican affairs 66; Miss Flying machines of the olden time

Grundy, Mr. and his mileage
68

210
sissippi, constitution of l; mine and thine, Flour-inspections 100; notice of Ty.

Gwin, W. profane toast of
the distinction between 51; miseries 290, son's apparalls 116; home market 130,374,

Wawilton, gen. of S.C.

87
money market, pressure, &c. 17, 130, 146, 396, 415; trade of the Wabashi

Hamin, Mr.

394
194, 265, 289, 297, 305, 309, 330, 345, 377, Florida-collon crop

1418
Harris, Leuvitt

183
Forbes, rev. Mr. fined for libel

Hard times--definition of
387, 393, 425; Moore, T. P. 161; much ade

88

415
about notbing 385; murders, &c. 177, 193 Forgeries

333, 211, 226, 416
Hatzfeld, princess

58
Naval rank 291, national convention 19, France and England's alliance

Harper, Mr.
27

434
226, 266; New York, lackmen 21; canals. Franking

409
Hause, Ab. W. the counterfeiter

211
49; supply of water 196; safety banks 426; Franklin, Benjamin, letter to his sister

Hauser, Caspar-another

8
stocks 309; N. Carolina improvements 200 53; advice to chose a wise

56

Hawes, Dr. Ayirli-inunificence of 35
O'Connell, Danl. and American slavery Freak of nature

290

Jlayli--ditficulty with France 194
3, 20; do. and the reporters 19; office seek Free trade-project of a law for 35; Bri-

Heath, James P. question to

93
ers 266; Olis, A. G.
33 tish regulation as to vacuum par sugar 43;

Hemp-machine for spinning

67
Hewes, Geo. R. T. of the lea party
291

25
Pauperism, its causes and effects 2; pay- in Bengal 291; leaden statues

Nolland-state of negotiations 57, 117,
ment of the 41 per cents. 145; Pennsylvania

French affairs.

134, 170, 184, 212, 242, 367; the Doel over-
politics 289; pension agency and the U. S. American charge 183; affair at Cartha-fowed

170
bank 394, 409: pet banks, forcing the notes gena 168,366; Algiers 170, 183, 211; mutiny Hoosier-definition of the term 292
of 225; Pinckney, Mr. H. L. 36; piper, the at 170; arrests 416; Anstrian disavowal 151;
wandering 426; Philadelphia Sentinel 177; army 169, 212, 226, 416; Ballard, capt, and

Hughes, Christopher-arrival

56
Pleasants and Randolph 197, 209; Poindex-officers dine with the king 170; Bujaiah,

Hughes, feremiah

385

Human affections, instance of 118
ter, Mr. 361; Polish emigrants 183; do. af. capture of 242; Carlism in Paris 88, 170,

389
fairs I; post office department 193, 330, 183; celebration of the three days 9; cham-

Huntington, Mr. on exchanges

Hullum, Mr. great cotton crop of 165
361; robberies of, by post masters 377; prac.bers opening of the 427; tuinult in 427; cor. Hurlick the inilitia collector
tical effects of business 52; presa, essay on respondence with N. Granada 187; Clau-

47,53
Hydroplobia--case of

24
the organized 306; president's message 225; sel, M. 117; clergy 87; commerce 9; Ca- Idolatrous profanity
products of the south 182; public execu-

87, 93, 296
nosa arrested 117, 212; colonin) etatistics

Imprisonment for delt
tions 35; public officers, electioneering 409 101; coinage 101; Donna Maria's recogni- Illinois--dissatisfaction by post office
Quaker trial
34 tion 72, 134; duchess de Berri 117, 169, 183; contractors in

295
Rail road accidents 70, 193; Randall duke of Orleans, intended visit 416; for-
Aquila, oflient. Coke', notice of the monu-

India-priests and population 88
feiture of commissions 88; Hayti, nego. Indiana-J. B. Ray and bis new paper
ment of 50; Reed, Alexander 52; reforms tiations with 57; hair powder fashionable 27; elections 55; bank project

373
291, 305; religious newspapers 17, 129, 135;211; Henry 5th 183; king, tour of the 9, 71, Indians, &c.--Creek and Cherokee lands
removal of the deposites 33, 81, 97, 266, 305, 117; return 134; policy of, towards Spain 8; recovery of certain murderers 10; re-
377; revenue, prophecies concerning the 212; speech of 427; Leon, M. acquittal of moval of the Winnebagoes 10, 100; return
330; Rhode Island senator 161, 188; Rich-71; ministers changes, &c. 134, 169; mar. of do. 149, speech of Whirling Thunder 10,
mond and the grent meeting 305; Ritchie, shal Maison's returns 169; Napoleon's sta- Black Hawk at home 11; reception 94;
Mr. 65, 81, 161, 290, 296, 346; Rives, Mr. tue 9; remains of do. 54; newspapers, per- council of the Seneca and Onandago na-
50, 65; Roane, Mr. the toast of 50; Russian secutions of the 119, 242; obelisk, cost oftions 11; enrollment of the Cherokees 60;
catechism

113 removal of the 169; Paris, excitement in treating with 149, 266; removal of ibe Sacs
Salt manufacturer 52; saving institutions | 88; population of 134, 378; populatiou and and Foxes 100; release of missionaries by
and lottery offices 114; silk manufactures commerce of the colonies 101; quiescent Georgia 105; title to lands in Connecticut

120

87,93

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