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FROM SEPTEMBER, 184s, TO MARCH, 1848–VOLUME LXIII—OR, VOL. XIII, FIFTH SERIES.

C.BALTIMoRE:
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INDEX TO VOLUME LXIII.

A
Abolition memorial 416; number of votes in the Unit-
ed States 228
Abundance 32
Accounts-committee of house representatives, on 255
Acknowledgment to fire department 288
Acts of 2d session of 27th congress 31
Act, reorganizing army 20; reorganizing navy 21; of
remedial justice 22; list of passed at 27th congress 30, 31
Adams, J. Q.-resolution relative to absence of mem-
bers to: 13; suggestion by in relation to appropria-
tion for Mexican legation 15; reception of on return from
Songress 75, 76; address of to constituents 135 to 140;
letter from to J. L. Tillinghast 163; address to consti.
tuents 171; concluded 189; on slavery 204,289; on repeal-
ing 21st rule 254; in relation to general Jackson's fine 312,
318; article relative to 343, 344; report of on relations
with China and Hawaiian Islands 378; on Oregon bill

- 389, 415
Adjournment 12, 14; final of congress 13, 15
AErial steam carriage . * 272

Afghanistan-cause of war with 51; campaign in
241; evacuation of 275, (see India)
Africa-Liberia 50; Cape of Good Hope, 82; slave
trade 89; Liberia and Sierra Leone 99, 113, 114; attempt
of capt. Simes to punish natives; capt. Brown attacked
by natives 242
Africa, South-Dutch colony proclaim their inde-
pendence of Great Britain 50; subtnit again
African slave trade 56,263; president's message 327
Agriculture—statistics from census of 1842; Britis
corn law 25, 26, 27, 28; guide to 146; committee on in
U. S. senate 254; committee on in house o
255; statistics on 320; fair at Albany
Alabama-name of 48;, cotton crop of 68,85, 193; fi-
nancial condition of 118; lynch law in 192; sale of pub-
lic property in 213; coal §§ 228; amount of debt in ib,
213,228; governor's message 279; election, postponement
of landsales, gold, retrenchment 307; tabular statement
of population 324; stay laws 352; resolutions of 413; banks
272,279, 309
162

Algeria-on French authority in
- 206, 207

Alleghany coal region
Alum, spring

nancial agent in Europe 48; funds 64; buttons 68; pins
ibi fur company 80; provisions in England 147; potatoes
160; press i28, 183: press of 240; domestics 272; stocks
304; credit 370, 371, 406; ministers 209; skill 384

Animal magnetism 352 (see mesmerism); animal re-
mains 416

Antarctic continent, Wilkes's discoveries 71
Antediluvian remains, in Ioway 102
Antiquities 16; in Ohio valley 224
Anti-slavery, lood Ashburton, and 53
Anti-tariff proposition, amendment 380
Appleton. Messrs., work published b 144

Appointments by president 1, 19. *s, 112,129, 145.
163,176, 195, 226, 289,305,338, 356,371,403,416
Apportionment, protest in Massachusetts against 100;
the new 29, 318
Appropriations 11, 12; bills as o 14; summary of
made during 27th congress 67; bill for considered 270,
271; bill for referred in senate 286; reported, passed ib;
in house representatives 287; passed by president's ap:
proval of submitted to house representatives 287; bill re.
ported for in house representatives 303; bill reported for
navy ibi bill reported making for military academy and
other §. ib; bill reported making for U. S. navy 319;
other bills reported ibi bills reported for to establish com.
mercial relations with China, and for commissioner to

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367; referred 379; civil and diplomatic bill 381; naval ib;
for army 395; passed senate ibi for army, n house re-
presentatives 397; for navy 413,414; to Fulton's heirs
passed house representatives 416; for intercourse with
China 416; passed ib. -
A. and modern 38
Arbitrary removals from office - 397
Arkansas–U.S. senator, A. H. Sevier, re-elected 208;
legislature 228, 259, 307; cottons 272,307; minerals 324;
veto - 400
Armory, at Harper's ferry - 16
Army-general orders I; promotions, promotions by
brevet, casualties, act respecting reorganization of 20; the,
under new law, honors to the dead?!; general orders, de-
cision of court martial 34; general orders 62; in the west
84; address to officers of 84; convention proceedings 116;
death and biography of major Kirby 128; gen. Worth re-
sumes command in Florida 139; L. Ker appointed chap-
lain at fort Leavenworth 129, 145; general orders 163,
189; military movements 196; amendment of general re.
solution article 77; gen. Worth at Tampa, affray 210;
dragoons for Jefferson barracks 227;organization, strength

321 |expenses &c. 243; fort Washita 277; report of maj. gener-

al of 301,302; gen. Worth at New York, new military
post, report made for site for western armory 386
Army bill, 335, 366, 367; passed U. S. senate 395; de-
bated in house representatives 397, 414, 415
Ashburton, lord 19; correspondence 41 to 47; on anti-

3| slavery 53, on suppression of slave trade 56; on Caro-

line case 57; on Creole case 60; on impressment 62; bio-
F. 116
JAssociated labor (see Fourierism) 85, 198,240
*Assumption of state debts 219, 220, 380; editorial re.
marks against 405, 406; Gurney's letter 403

Astronomical 224
Atlantic steam navigation 16
Atmospheric rail-way 256
Auction, rail-roads and canals at 2

Austria 825 tourist 224; on treaty of commerce ".
B

Bangor, lumber imported from . - 192
Baltimore city—mayor of 128; inspections 306; deaths
368

Baltimore and Ohio rail-road, annual report of 120;
completed to Cumberlan §

Bankrupt act,
Bankruptcy, decision in 86,255
Bankrupt so. on 66; synopsis of provisions of, &c.,
147; objections to and alleged defects of the law 148; le.
gal decisions 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155; influence
of, on state insolvent laws 156, 157, 158; applicants for
benefits of, in N. York 160,208; bill for repeal of, in U. S.
senate 254, ib, 272; petitions in relation, to 286; bill to re-
peal 287,288, 303,304; memorial relative to 317, 318.
335; hill reported for repeal of 335; vote on passage of
bill, &c. 335, 350, 363, 379,384,400, 414
Bankrupts, 176,256,272,400; statistics 352, 416
Banks—the Virginia 16; items 32, 48, 64; of Bos-
ton 96; arrests of Phoenix officers 112; items 160, 176; of
Virginia 196; items 208: new-fashioned U. States 218;
itemis 224, 240,272; items of 288; items 304; statements
of the banks of Baltimore 307; United States loans of, in
England 308; the, of U. States th; relief issues in Penn-
sylvania, of New Jersey, of Alabama 309.320; the of
ngland 336; of New Jersey, Pennsylvania 339; of New
Orleans, of Louisiana, of Georgiu, of Ohio 340; gone to
the tombs ib; of Indiana, of Illinois 341: bill to extend
charters of district 363, 368; statistics of 375, 376, 377; of
France ib; of district 399; items 212,400; Clayton's re.
arks on the United States bank 231; Indiana stat

Hawaiian Islands 351; for army considered 366; reported

; Alabamt 272; statistics of United States banks

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Cabinet of U. S. 16; rumors of 195
Calhoun, J.C. (see politics of the day) 112; resigna-
tion of 226; dinner to 108.109; Hamilton's letter to 89;
presidential prospects 183,202,214; in Georgia 282
Camels in the west
California, gold of 96; rumors relative to Mexican dis-
position of 242,243; emigration to 272; the , Montere
affair 332,337, 369; resolution adopted relative to 366,
384; report in relation to its rumored cession 397; letter
from Mexican minister relative to settlement of 272, 277
Campeachy 400
Canada—L. J. Papineau elected to parliament 16; sur-
vey for route of canalib; riots in 19; session commenced
33; peaceable revolution in, condition of monetary as.
fairs, trouble in parliament, amount subscribed towards
rebuilding Brock's monument 65; steam-frigate launch-
ed th; trade with 98; riots ib; surveving steamer, canals
99; speech of sir Charles Bagot 114; wheat tariff 115;
politics in 119, 120; tariff of 139, canal tolls 144; troops
embarking for England 145. 176; retaliatory 225; public
works 257; emigration to 384; governor ill, riots suppress-
ed, parliament of New Brunswick assembled 385, 416
Cunals—at auction l; Chesapeake and Ohio 32; of Ca-
nada 99; of Ohio 197; trade 224; tolls ib; Chesapeake and
Ohio 227; U. S. senate, committee on 254, 264; of Eng-
land ib; estimated expense of, from N. Brunswick to

Nova Scotia, trade of Buffalo 272; the Chesapeake and

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