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NOTICES OF THE ARTS AND MANUFACTURES, AND A RECORD

OF THE EVENTS OF THE TIMES.

H. NILES, EDITCR.

DHE PAST-THE PRESENT FOR THE FUTURE.

FROM SEPTEMBER, 1818, TO MARCH, 1819-VOL. XV.

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A.

Baltimore-the 12th September sylvania 283, 289, 350, 36%,
Aborigines, American, remarks observed at 63; elections 112; 385,418; Baltimore 283; Geor-
upon 183-see Indians.

inspections 128; fire in 139; gia 283; Kentucky, 283, 290,
Adams, president--his corres. society for promoting natural 361, 417; Cincinnati 283; Ohio
poodence with Mr. Rodney, science 150; great improve.
100; his letter on allegiance,

283, 361, 478; Philadelphia
ment of 160; bills of mortali. 283, 362; Maryland 290; Bri-
101, his lady dies 175; notice ty 388; mayor resigns 480 tish 283; anecdote about dis.
of her character 200; age of

Bank of the United States-ge. counts 284; Virginia 416; mis.
Mr. A.

266 neral remarks 4, 59, 60, 163; take of a traveller! 361; chan-
Adams, J. Q. his reply to the on the refusal to pay the notes ges of presidents and cashiers
Spanish rote,

368

of its offices, &c. 25, 33, 34, 416; of Bedford 417; on com-
Admiralty cases on lake Erie! 175 59, 60, 61; anecdotes 58; Ja. pelling payments by 386—see
Agricultural-Thomas', wheat

cob Barker's notice 34; spe.

bank of the U.States, banking,
and rye, 65, 91; improved ma. culations 58; debts due to it congress, and the names of the
chines 80; societies, several 282; respecting elections, 59; several states.
noticed 151; gen. Van Rense directors 59, 361, 478; office Bankrupt law, recommended,
laer's liberality 175; proceed. at Cincinnati 59; tariff of ex-

245, 387
ings of Virginia society, col. change 60; reports about 417; Baptists in the U. States, 176;
Taylor's paper, &c. 177; Es. "give us the names!" 99; un. first baptism by immersion, at
ses society, Mr. Pickering's certainty of the charter 114; New Orleans

63
address 181; Jefferson county col. Sloan's address to the Barbary powers-Swedish tri.
soc'y. gov. Clinton's address, electors of Ohio about it 130; bute to 60; anti-pirate insti.
195; Mr. le Ray's address 353 predictions 149; on taxing it

stution

123
Aix la Chapelle, 31, 120, 228, 163, 289, 367, 436; see also Barker, Jacob

256, 260, 293, 349, 424, 480 the several states; remarks on Barney, com. dies 265; tribute
Alabama-sickness in reported Mr. Spencer's resolution 241; of respect to

416
9; Mobile, 32, 43, 268; law proceedings of the stockhold. Birckbeck's letters noticed 102
about usury 43; sales of land ers at Charleston 283; price of Birdsall, major

199
in 64, 125. 198; rapid popula. the stock, 289, 361, 385, 401; Bland, judge, see Chili, &c. and
tion of 125, 265; Marathon apology for the discounts at 175; his report mentioned 289
198; Blakely 198; census 384; Baltimore, 289; starements to Blanding, A. his address on in.
college

384 the senate 327; public depo ternal improvement 135
Algiers—a cruiser off Portugal sits 327; president's letter Bonaparte, Napoleon-notices of

89; the new dey 123; execu to the secretary of the trea. 8, 121, 154, 197; his son 32,
tions,

166 sury and remarks 345, 362, 62, 77, 121; a note written
Allegiance-Mr. Adams' letter 363; explanations on the oppo. by him 8; guarded vigilantly
upon,

101 sing slatement of the Philad'a 121; money bequeathed to
Allied sovereigns, see Aix la banks 362; state of Maryland him 166; alarms about him-
Chapelle

versus J.W. M'Culloh, cash's Dr. O'Meara, &c. 260, 425; of
Alston, Mr. the painter

199 of the office in Baltimore, his wife, &c. 549; reports a-
American inhumanity!

27 362; branches in Kentucky bout his escape, plots, &c. 425
Ancestry, the pride of 126 385; Mr. Jones resigns 417,

Bonaparte, Lucien-notices of
Anderson, John

176 Mr. Connelly, 417; Mr. Ser. 8; his entry in!o Rome 122
Antiquities, modern
196 geant's reporied mission 417; Bonaparte, Jerome

154
Apple tree, a remarkable one 122 remarks on the report made

Boone, col. his death reported
Arbuthnot and Ambrister-see to congress 433, 464; decisi.

64; denied 176; his present sj.
Florida; memorial of Ambris. on in Kentucky respecting the tuation

328
ter's father 84; British re taxing of it 436; on what
marks on their execution 85, should be done with it 464;

Boston, exchange 199; bills of
mortality

424
131; letter from Arbuthnot 85; see banking, banks and congress Brackenridge, H. M. his let.
the trial of 270; report in con Banking-general notices,anec.

ter

198, 202
gress respecting

394 dotes and remarks, 1, 58. 65; Brazil, state of, 166; conscrip-
Army of the United States 81, 99, 113, 282, 284, 361,

tions in 261, insult to the A-
general orders 80, 91, 269; 364, 385, 417, 478; siispen.

merican Hag in 261; slave
promotions, &c. 104, recruits sion of specie payments 225, ships captured

428
91; manual labor of the sol. 256, 284; counterfeiters 58,

Briggs, Isaac

475
diers, 294; to be clothed in 201, 283, 361; meeting at Bristed's book

388
domestic manufactures 294; Elkton 34; letters to the
extra allowance to soldiers editor respecting, 5, 36, 81,

British affairs-generally.
388, see congress.

129, 130, 245; robberies, 59,

Antiquities 153; Aspin's chrono.
Artigas, his agreement with the

153, 349
113; presented! 59; payments

logy 35; aray
British
90 in specie 284; prosecutions,

Bank and banks 283, 349, 476;
Asbury college, mentioned
478 59; swindlings, 113, 282; ge.

bankrupts 426; Baker, A. St.
Ashmead, captain, bis epitaph, neral essays 161, 217, 245,

John), 7; bullion 227, 349; bu.
&c.

196 364, 385, 417—see banks and rial company! 107; Burdett,
Aspin's chronology
37 congress.

sir Francis 39, 88, 426; beg.
Auburn, N, Y.

349
176 Banks-of several states 126; a gars
Aury'3 proclamation, at Provi. list of those in all the states Canning 7; Carlton house 37;
dence 90; see Venezuela, &c. desired 190; Mr. Bledsoe's church 153; Cobbett 7, 39;
B.

resolutions about those in crimes 138, 153, 259, 476;
Backwoodsman, a poem,

187

Kentucky 417; of Muskingum coin 39, 197, 227, Cochrane,
Bagot, Mr.

480 417; ravages of buks 418; ld, 87, 120; cotton imported,
Bils'on Springs

9, 176 Mr. Rumsey's remarks 282; &c. 107, 259; consuls in the
Prade, in Ame. vessels 427 of Vermont 283, 564; Penn. U.S. 175; Castlereagh's lady 202

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Debt, 61, 154; debtors, 153; Brown, gen.division orders 158; territory 479; Armories 229,

480
4761 at Washington city
drawing rooms

253; army 227, 247 248, 285,

199
Ellenborough, lord 476; elec. Boundary lines

291, 327, 365, 366, 393, 394,
Lions, noticed 7, 31, 39, 88; Buenos Ayres-see Rio de la 400, 401, 416; Alabama 291,
Esquimaux Indian 134; exe. Plata; notices of the state of 326, 393; appropria ions 253,
cutions 259, 476; expendi affairs at 63, 79, 124; affairs

287, 327, 394, 400, 431
tures

293 with the Portuguese 79; na. Bank of the U. S. debate 70;
Francis, sir Philip 476; forgeries: vy, 109; Washington's birth Mr. Spencer's resolutions,
138, 428, 478; female racer day observed at

118 various proceedings, debates,
349; fever in Ireland 476; Bug destroyer!

111 and remarks thereon 226,
Hour and grain, prices of, Bull Head, Indian chief, dies 126 241, 247, 248, 249, 253; other
&c. 7, 31, 61, 109, 138, 197, Burbank gen.of Massachusetts 199 resolutions offered by the
259; foreign ministers, 37

C.

sam- 433; committee of in.
Gas tubes

138 Calhoun, Mr. bis report about vestiaktion 267, 361, 402;
Hunt, Mr. 39, 227; Hobhouse, the bank

public deposits 328; letter
Mr.

426 Canada-Mr. Gourlay 32, 62, from the president to the sec.
Imports of four 7, 109; imita. 193, 428; catholic bishop, 62, of the treasury 345; Mr. Spen.
tive tea, 476; iron churches Montreal 92; lord Selkirk, cer's report 402; documents
138; iron bridges 153; iron 134; canal projected 139; gov. accompanying the same 436,
vessel 259; iron king proposed Maitland's speech 193; im. 465;--(not concluded in the
153; Lidians in England, 39, ports of St. John's 158; du. volume); Mr. Trimble's mo
134; Iocledon, Mr. 153; intol, ties on imports 428; emigra. tion 414, 415; Mr. Jones'
lerance
153 tion to 267; newspaper 00 memorial 462; documents

480 thereto 474; Boston momo-
426, 476; Kent, the duke of Capitol, at Washington

9 rial presented 463; Vr John-
62; his wife
349 Caraccas, see Venezuela

son's resolution 463; error
Las Casas 107; Liverpool 7, 39;

Cattle, a fine drove of 269 corrected 479; Mr. Clair.
Leopold, prince, 259; loans
Canvas, American
112 borne's proposed motion,

415
292; Lowe,sir H.476; loyalty 127 Cement, Mr. Ruisdolph's

9 Banks of Columbia, 367, 400, 401
Meetings 165; Manchester 7,31 Chain cable

125 Bankruptcy, a system of 226,
39, 61, 109, 153, 259; mayor's Chehaw village

254, 266

431; Baltimore 306; B •aumar.
feast 426; MacGregor's expe.

Cher:kees, migration of 286 chais' claim 248 252 253, 286;
dition 426; Melville, lord 476 Chickasaws, treaty

266 books 287; bounty lands 291,
Navy and naval

153 Children, three at a birth 92 292; buildings, public, 225,
Order respecting Spain and
Chili, notices of the state of af.

226, 227
her colonies 31; O'Meara,

fairs 63, 79, 294; capt. Bide Chaplains 223; Clay, Mr. 463;
Dr. 259; Osgood, Mr. 227;

dle at Valparaiso 79, 124, 166; Christmas recess proposed

138
Pregnant princesses! 32, 88,

his correspondence with the 326, 327; committees, of the
349; potatoes 199; prioce re.

secretary of state 167; ses - senate 222; of the house 223,
gent is insulted 39; his pro-
fight 79; naval preparations,

224, 225, 415; cotton 327;.
&c. 124, 167, 350; commo. Choctaw Indians 225, 252;
digality 37, 87; has the gout

dore Bowles 124; Mr. Bland census 327; coins, relu'ing
107; portable mill 61; porter
in 166; wheat

200 to 246, 247, 248, 402, 430;
brewed 107; parliament 121;
Cbillicothe

27 closed doors 431; Chehaw
polar expedition 121, 261,
Chronology, Aspin's

37 villag: 366; Cobo, Mr. 351;
292; Palace yard meeting 227;

Cincinnati 176; banks 225, 256, 290 Crerk Indiars, 225; crimas,
Circulating medium, proposed for the punishment of 247,
220; remarks

281 285; colonization society 129;
per apples
Queen, of the

349 Clay, Mr. at Frankfort 9; bis Chesapeake and Delaware,
7, 61, 138, 426

speech on internal improve. canal 351, 394; cultivation of
ment
140 the vine and olive

288
Clerical licenses

139 Dearborn's memorial 479; du.
Cobbett, William 7, 39, 4.80 ties 365, 389; Dufour J. J.

293
Cochrane, lord
Rush, Mr American minister 120 Coffee, gen. a march of his bri-

327, 351

Engineers 401; exportation of
gade

92
Susses, duke of 87; stocks

coin 247; exports and imports
Coin, see specie.

291, 365; Edwards, James 429
Colden, C. D.

139 Fisheries 366; Florida 285, 236,
Colonial system

290 291, 292, 329, 413, 430; For.
Columbia river,its near approach syth, Nr. 226; Frenca emi.
426 to the waters of the Atlantic 125 grants

288
Columbia district, proposed re.

Haile, John 287; Hayti 393
trocession of a part of 294 Illinois 224, 225, 226, 265, 285,

Commencements in the N E 292, 326; invalids 227, 257;
Volunteers for So'ith America 349 Commerce, Ainerican
476 colleges

127 internal improvemenis, Mr.
112

Clay's speech 140; report re.
Coinmutarion, military

176 specting 394; Indians 326;
Conard, John

480 agents amongst them 351; 5f
Congress.

spies amongst them 402;
Amendinents to the constitu. treaties with them

416
tio:1 227, 247, 285, 393, 415, Jackson, gen. A. 22.5; judiciary
429; Adanas, Mr. his reply

246, 365, 33, wo 394
to the Spanislı note 368; An Kellog, Charles 292; Said, the
92 derson, join 351; Arkansaw baron de

Onions!

population 258; paper sys.
ien 292, 476; poor 349; pip.

Retrenchment 87; Romily, sir
Samuel 426; red book 7, 37,
87; riots 7, 39, 163; royal al-
liance! 227; revenue 153;

Seamen 127; snuff boxes 7;

SI, 39, 120, 138, 227, 292,
349 428; Stockport 39; stamps
153; Scottish peers 88; spi.

ces, remitted to India!
Treaty with the U S. 434; tea

manufactured 107, 476; truth
a lible 87; Tierney, Mr. 121;
tobacco 153; imitated

Wages 4), 153, 163, 197, 259;
Wilson, sir Robert 7; Wooler
Mr 7; Wellington, duke 426;
Woolen manufactures 39;
war rumors 120, 121, 131;
wheat 197: walking exploit 258
Yeo, sir James 153; York, the

duke of

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