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POLITICAL, HISTORICAL, GEOGRAPHICAL, SCIENTIFICAL, STATISTICAL, ECONOMICAL,
DOCUMENTS, ESSAYS AND FACTS:
NOTICES OF THE ARTS AND MANUFAOTURES,
RECORD OF THE EVENTS OF THE TIMES.
WM. OGDEN NILES, EDITOR.
THE PAST—THE PRESENT-FOR THE FUTURE.
FROM MARCH, 1838, TO SEPTEMBER, 1838-VOL. IV, OR, VOLUME LIV-FIFTH SERIES.
Q-General directions. For things happening in Great Britain, France, &c. or the several states, see their own proper heads; in congress, see congress, &c.
179 | Peel 224, 226; sites for posts 240; Nelson and Cote ac-
400 Bank United States, price of stock 97: see congress: quited ib.; desire of adjustment 241; proclainauon of
6 Mr. Jaudon in England 161; receipt of specie 177; not the governor of New York, &c. &c, ib; proclamation
of Upper Canada again
306 of the notes of 247; act for the sale of bonds of the 344: make a rally 272; arrival of generals Brady and_Ma-
comb 273; conflict at Short Hills 275–see sir Robert
Peel; retreat of the patriots 289; proclamation of gov.
Barbadoes, the decision to set the slaves free con Arthur 290; items ib.; two rigments of artillery ordered
239 north 305; revocation by lord Durham of the procla-
403 Barney, Mr. letter from to Wm. Lorman, president mation of lord Gosford offering rewards for the appre-
Baron, Octavius, executed for the murder of Mr. lord Durham's proclamation of general amnesty 349;
403 his reception ai Montreal ib.; arrival of general Mc-
401 Beaver, in Virginia, as to the appearance of in Surry Comb, and disturbances quieted 353; trials and convic-
389 tions 354; despatches received, &c. 369; sixteen state
371 | Linus Wilson Miller against the sentence of death ib.;
337 with Mr. Turney 260; dinner to, at Nashville 406 ing a spy 402; probable that governor Kent will attempt
144 to run ihe line, general notices relative to, state prison.
Birds, the scarcity of
416 176; the tonnage and tolls of the Pennsylvania 240;
Black Hawk and his son, account of, at a ball 144; the trade of the New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio
387 338; New York tolls 368; commerce of Ohio 389; the
347 Bodiscoe, Mr. and suite, minister from Russia, arrival Caroline—the affair ofsee congress; correspondence
129 relative to
Bonaparte, Charles L. publishes a work on orni. Central America—the revolution continued in the in-
384 terior of
291 Chalmers, Dr. the amount paid him for lectures 363
408 Bonds, belonging to the United States an act to au. Charleston, South Carolina-great fire at 145, 160,
made for sufferers
256 Cherokees-general Scott to be sent to 113; see In-
to the treaty with 193; violence conmitted by
address of major general Scott to the Cherokees in
289 Bradford, Mr. Thomas, notice of the death of and to their treaty 244; ready for removal and numbers 273;
176 the removal of the, completed and the army orders, &c.
344 general Scott's visit to the north postponed till their emi-
178 arrival of minister and defeat of troops 337; defeat of 387; report of their having built council house and me-
401 ditating an attack 401; pardon of twelve Cherokees 407
403 Chili, blockade of the ports of Callao, &c. &c. 355
Bristol, Eogland, resolutions of the merchants of Chippewa, Sioux, Winnebago Indians, notice of a
ment relative to Lower Canada, &c. 34; relative to Cilley, Mr.-see congress; duel with Graves 1; state-
177 pheus; parliament; coronation of the queen; Mr. Jau- Clark, Miss Mary, of Medway, heroic act of
Bangs, Edward D. secretary of state of Massachu. &c. 209; arrival of the packet ship Virginia; the riot and Calhoun 196—see congress; invitation of the meet-
396 resolution to send for persons and papers relative to
354 petition to arraign him, &c. 31, 32, 46, 47, 63, 64, ib.;
347 271, 283, 284, 236, 238, 301, 304, 312, 314, 315, 317,
144 319, 329, 331, 332; Adjournment, resolution to fix day
402 31; Alabama, bill to relinquish the two per cent. fund to
27; relative to pre-emption to settlers 138; Allegany
405 13; read and referred 28; taken up 30, 32; for revolu-
402 from 112; executions for high treason 123; trials 144; Indian hoslilities; for light horse 288, 301; for the In-
305 Francis Head 210; see boundary; outrage on the sir R. I West Point passed ib.; Architectural plans, report froni