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NATIONAL REGISTER,

CONTAINING

POLITICAL, HISTORICAL, GEOGRAPHICAL, SCIENTIFICAL, STATISTICAL, ECONOMICAL,
AND BIOGRAPHICAL

DOCUMENTS, ESSAYS AND FACTS:

TOGETHER WITH

NOTICES OF THE ARTS AND MANUFACTURES,

AND A

RECORD OF THE EVENTS OF THE TIMES.

JEREMIAH HUGHES, EDITOR.

THE PAST-THE PRESENT-FOR THE FUTURE.

FROM SEPTEMBER, 1842, TO MARCH, 1843-VOLUME LXIII-OR, VOL. XIII, FIFTH SERIES.

BALTIMORE:

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INDEX TO VOLUME LXIII.

1

A

388

38

288
31

Aqueducts ancient and modern
Arbitrary removals from office

397

416

Barton, Judge, resignation of

304

Arkansas-U. S. senator, A. H. Sevier, re-elected 208;
legislature 228, 259, 307; cottons 272, 307; minerals 324;
veto

Bavaria

82

321

400
16

367; referred 379; civil and diplomatic bill 381; naval b; | from year 1834 to year 1840, 306; number of char
Abolition memorial 415; number of votes in the Unit- for army 395; passed senate ib; for army, n house re-tered for seven years and the political complexion of each
ed States
228 presentatives 397; for navy 413, 414; to Fulton's heirs state for the same period 308, 309; depreciation of bank
Abundance
32 passed house representatives 415; for intercourse with capital of the union 370; of Maine 376, Massachusetts,
Accounts committee of house representatives, on 255 China 415; passed ib.
N.York 376; Kentucky 377; of England 377; New Jer
Acknowledgment to fire department
sey (see names of states)
Acts of 2d session of 27th congress
Baptists in Ohio
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 adopted 13; suggestion by in relation to appropria-
tion for Mexican legation 15; reception of on return from
congress 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
Erial steam carriage
272
Affghanistan-cause of war with 51; campaign in
241; evacuation of 275, (see India)
321
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

Bill for repeal of bankrupt law

Biographical notice of B. Wright 37, 35; of Dr. Chan-
ning 104; of marquis Wellesley 213; of commodore
Hull 386; Ashburton

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Armory, at Harper's ferry
Army-general orders 1; promotions, promotions by
brevet, casualties, act respecting reorganization of 20; the,
under new law, honors to the dead 21; general orders, de-
cision of court martial 34; general orders 52; 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,
180; military movements 196; amendment of general re.
solution article 77; gen. Worth at Tampa, affray 210;
dragoons for Jefferson barracks 227; organization, strength
expenses &c. 243; fort Washita 277; report of maj. gener- Boston, representatives 160; exchange 384; churches
al of 301, 302; gen. Worth at New York, new military
post, report made for site for western armory
Botts, Mr-resolutions introduced by relative to pre-
Army bill, 335, 366, 367; passed U. S. senate 395; de-sident's protest 15; his articles of impeachment 318, 319,
bated in house representatives
397, 414, 415
Ashburton, lord 19; correspondence 41 to 47; on anti-
slavery 53, on suppression of slave trade 66; on Caro-
line case 57; on Creole case 60; on impressment 62; bio-
graphical

Black lawyer
Blockade

116
320
208
416

386

322

Africa, South-Dutch colony proclaim their inde-
pendence of Great Britain 50; subtnit again 113

African slave trade 56, 263; president's message 327
Agriculture-statistics from census of 1842; British
corn law 25, 26, 27, 28; guide to 146; committee on in
U. S. senate 254; committee on in house representaves
255; statistics on 320; fair at Albany
85

116
Associated labor (see Fourierism)
85, 198, 240
Assumption of state debts 219, 220, 380; editorial re-
marks against 405, 406; Gurney's letter
Astronomical

403
224

Atlantic steam navigation
Atmospheric rail-way

16
256

Auction, rail-roads and canals at

2

Alabama-name of 48; cotton crop of 68, 85, 103; fi
nancial condition of 118; lynch law in 192; sale of pub-
lic property in 213; coal debt 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
206, 207

Austria 82; tourist 224; on treaty of commerce with
385

128

in

American, and British reciprocity 3; antiquities 16; fi.
nancial agent in Europe 48; funds 64; buttons 68; pins
ib; fur company 80; provisions in England 147; potatoes
160; press 176, 183: press of 240; domestics 272; stocks
304; credit 370, 371, 406; ministers 209; skill
Animal magnetism 352 (see mesmerism); animal re-

384

mains

416

Algeria-on French authority in

Alleghany coal region
Alum, spring

Beet root sugar

Belgium tariff, 50; American letter from 105; commer.
cial union of debate 145, 193; import and export duties
194; commerce of

321

Benton, political letter from Mr. 204, 247; nominated
for presidency

Bible in Mexico

214
240
335

Boundary line 288, 350, 373; proceedings on a red line
map in senate 317; items (see treaty and Oregon) 185,
135, 136

Bounty land warrants, resolution relative to ' 366
Boxing match
Boz

176

80,

176

Brackenridge's letter on Jackson's fine
Bricks.

310
96
36
384

British and American mail steamers

British immigration

Breezer Sydney, credentials of in U, S. senate

287

286

Brown, Uriah, memorial from
Buchanan, senator, proposed as candidate for presi
dency
336
Buenos Ayres, intelligence from
51, 320
Bunker Hill monument, error corrected 32; celebra-

240

192

B
Bangor, lumber imported from
Baltimore city-mayor of 128; inspections 306; deaths
368 tion
Baltimore and Ohio rail-road, annual report of 120;
completed to Cumberland
160
271

71

224
53
380

California, gold of 96; rumors relative to Mexican dis-
position of 242,243; emigration to 272; the Monterey
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

Bankrupt act
Bankruptcy, decision in
86, 255
Bankrupt law, 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
Antarctic continent, Wilkes's discoveries
of, on state insolvent laws 156, 157, 158; applicants for
Antediluvian remains, in Ioway
102 benefits of, in N. York 160, 208; bill for repeal of, in U. S.
Antiquities 16; in Ohio valley
senate 254, ib, 272; petitions in relation to 286; bill to re-
Anti-slavery, lord Ashburton, and
peal 287, 288, 303, 304; memorial relative to 317, 318.
Anti-tariff proposition, amendment
335; hill reported for repeal of 335; vote on passage of
Appleton, Messrs., work published by
144
bill, &c.
335, 350, 363, 379, 384, 400, 414 Canada-L. J. Papineau elected to parliament 16; sur-
Appointments by president 1, 19, 33, 48, 112, 129, 145.
Bankrupts, 176, 256, 272, 400; statistics 352, 416 vey for route of canal ib; riots in 19; session commenced
163, 176, 195, 226, 289, 305, 338, 356, 371, 403, 416
Banks-the Virginia 16; items 32, 48, 64; of Bos-33; peaceable revolution in, condition of monetary af-
Apportionment, protest in Massachusetts against 100; ton 96; arrests of Phoenix officers 112; items 160, 176; of fairs, trouble in parliament, amount subscribed towards
the new
129, 318 Virginia 196; items 208: new-fashioned U. States 216; rebuilding Brock's monument 65; steam-frigate launch-
Appropriations 11, 12; bills as passed 14; summary of itens 224, 240, 272; items of 288; items 304; statements ed h; trade with 98; riots ib; surveving steamer, canals
made during 27th congrese 67; bill for considered 270, of the banks of Baltimore 307; United States loans of, in 99; speech of sir Charles Bagot 114; wheat tariff 115;
271; bill for referred in senate 286; reported, passed ib; England 308; the, of U. States ib; relief issues in Penn- politics in 119, 120; tariff of 139, canal tolls 144; troops
in house representatives 287; passed b; president's ap-sylvania, of New Jersey, of Alabama 309, 320; the of embarking for England 145, 176; retaliatory 225; public
proval of submitted to house representatives 287; bill re- England 336; of New Jersey, Pennsylvania 339; of New works 257; emigration to 384; governor ill, riots suppress-
ported for in house representatives 303; bill reported for Orleans, of Louisiana, of Georgia, of Ohio 340; gone to ed, parliament of New Brunswick assembled 385, 416
navy ib; bill reported making for military academy and the tombs ib; of Indiana, of Illinois 341: bill to extend Canals-at auction 1; Chesapeake and Ohio 32; of Ca-
other objects ib; bill reported making for U. S. navy 319; charters of district 363, 368; statistics of 375, 376, 377; of nada 99; of Ohio 197; trade 224; tolls ib; Chesapeake and
other bills reported ib; bills reported for to establish com- France ib; of district 399; items 212, 400; Clayton's re Ohio 227; U. S. senate, committee on 254, 264; of Eng-
mercial relations with China, and for commissioner to marks on the United States bank 231; Indiana state land ib; estimated expense of, from N. Brunswick to
Hawaiian Islands 351; for army considered 366; reported 259; Alabama 272; statistics of United States banks Nova Scotia, trade of Buffalo 272; the Chesapeake and

C
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
96

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