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NOTICES OF THE ACTS AND MANUFACTURES, AND A RECORD OF THE
EVENTS OF THE TIMES.
H. NILES, EDITOR.
Hec olim meminisse juvabit.—VIRGIL.
FROM SEPTEMBER 1812, TO MARCH 1813.-VOL. II.
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED EY THE EDITOR,
at the Franklin Press,
SOUTH-STREET, NEXT DOOR TO THE MERCHANTS' COREE-HOUSE
ON CLOSING THE THIRD VOLUME OF THE REGISTER.
After a delay much greater than was anticipated, the editor has at last the pleasure to present his readers with the Index for, and a voluminous Appendix to, the third volume of the WEEKLY Register. He flatters himself that the index will be found to answer all the purposes designed; for, considering it of the last importance to the utility of the work, and feciing the too general imperfection of things of this kind--a plan, differing in some respects from that hitherto pursued, has been adopted, which appears to combine simplicity with clearness. In the choice of matter for the APPENDIX we were chiefly guided by the will to add value to the Register as a common reference and whatever may be thought of the selection, we claim this merit, that the gratuity cost us $ 600.
At the 70th number we suspended nearly 500 papers for the want of attention to the terms on which it is published. This was thought a harsh messure by some ; but it should be recollected that the validity of every periodical work depends-not upon the number of its subscribers, but upon their punctuality. Notwithstanding this procedure the list of our names has increased.
With an honest pride, sustained by the favorable manner in which the WEEKLY REGISTER is received by the public, the editor will zealously pursue the general plan of the work -and while he shall refuse to interfere in any of the party disputes of the times, do his best to maintain the cause of the republic against all its enemies : foreign and domestic. But the leading object shall be to collect and preserve an honest history and record of the events of the times, documental, military and miscellaneous,
We have only to add, (for it will give pleasure to the friends of the work) that if the ReGISTER yields to no work in America as to the number of copies printed, it has equal high ground in regard to the respectability of its subscribers ; and that, lately, many oi the most prominent characters in the United States are added to its patrons.
Baltimore, June 10, 1813,
Judex to the Third Yoluwe.
Advertisements, British taxes American Seaman
208 416 Army appointments
322 Adams, the
Ingenuity 286 Aliens, notice to
408 Address in support of Mr.
368 Alert, the Clinton
42 58 Algerine war 17 American prizes in cach no.
148 Army and navy, remarks Additional instructions to
Algiers, documents respect.
403 of the volume. public and private armed
429 Annoyance of the enemy 395 states, remarks of vessels 191 Amendments to the constj.
Arms, mannfacture of
69 Adjutant general's "gene
278 ral orders
spirit 216 330
108 Anecdotes, naval
43 Articles of confederation
143 Angus capt.
and perpetual union vessels sent into mittee 309
Argus, the brig 191 318 Arbitration, Pennsylvania 336 Providence 191 Army bill 2071 Auas privateer
Arbenian socirty of Balt. *995 College of Malicive in M* Duckworth, sir John, his let. (Hopkins, Gen. 142 170 190 204
the secretary of state 92 Hull, Gen. 18 53 38 80 344
28 59 126
whecdote of 159
67 East Florida, proceedings in Hurricane at New Orleans
Comunitice of foreign relations 367 Employment of the Indians
63 Jara frigate-see Constitu-
ry of the navy
157 Impressment, an essay on
-, cases of 325 470
256 Impressed srameli, corres-
173; stale of parties in Enlistments, a decision re
Imperiul family of France 140
103 Indian council 104-proposi-
tion 105-treaty 160-war 204
St Regis 108-friendly
correspondence with the
142 249 Internal riavigation
--, opinion of the court 301
posest to do. 174 335
lars see the various heads. Kentucky legislature 274 389
volunteers 29 171 389
113 Exchange of prisoners
92 Kinderland governor
--- war departe
Kickapoo towns attacked
310 Kingston, attack upon 206 218
New Jersey 447
elint ry, &c.
Knitting of the bonds 350
143 Letters. mr. Monroe to mr.
46 Flim for guns, discovery of 240 mır. Graham to the saine ib.
South Carolina 464 'Florida-steret business in mr. Monroe to the same 162 178
congress respreting 49 mr. Russel to mr. Monroe 163
177 178 183 184
154 170 171 181 229 lord Castlereagh to mr. Rus.
163 171 178
191 253 271 333 Forsith's attack on Eliza
Id. Castlereagh to mr. Russel 164
408 reply to do.
his experlition to
gen. Tupper to geu. Harri-
88 Fort Gansevoort
215 com. Rodgers to the secre
ib. tary of the navy
120 Frontier chistances
173 mar. Hamilton to mr. Russel 178
37 mr. Russel to mr. Hamilton iba
16 205 210 France, imperial family of 149 gen. Van Renssellar i gen.
Tennessee it French and Russians
255, mr. Denison to the secreta-
ry of the diavy
32 48 gin. Smyth to the editors of
mr. Savage to the secretary
Gaines, colonel E. P.
to admiral Stor
121 B. Garzia to gov. Mitchell 311
gov. Snyder to the secretary
of war-and repais 330
message of the po mr. Mitchell to the secretary
legislature 259 sir J.B.Warren to mr Mitch-
Detroit, surrender of &c. 13 33 Gemmill, Mr. his resolu-
245 343 com. Rodgers to the secre.
British official ac Gold coins, foreign 310 col. Winder to gen. Smyth 363
265Green mountain boys 220 col. Ulmer to the selectiven
100 com. Chnuncey to midship
secretary of war to the mili-
secreiary of the treasury to
125 Hamilton, gen. to Mr. Pick to the committee of ways
349 the Creeks
155 cmpt. Byron to capt. Stew.
173 at Washington
238' secretary of war to governor
flax and hemp
416 423 425
126 Harrison, fort defence of 90'Laws of the U. States 60 240
general 40 107 125 Laurence capt. to the secre-
154 331 tary of the navy, &c.
205 Law of Soutlr Carolina on
249 Home inftrue
Titerature, oration on 1 New Orleans
64, Keport of the sec. of the Travelling amusement 100
341 376 390 Treaty, Monroe's 196-Swe-
of the coni, of ways den and Grat Britain 298
and means 208 251 393 Tulip, the brig 60 71 180
on naval affairs 241 257 Tupper, gen. 134 167 217
of the commissjo11 Tea, consumed
ers of the sinking
Representatives in congress 103 U. States and Macedonian 237
252 253 285 317 318
345 Urtica Whitlowi
Retaliation 192 220 358-
223 Van Rensellear to Tompkins 138
154 202 250
virtue 201-government 377 Vermont-gov. ele tion 128
316 355 376 Reynolds, Dr. James--death 58
133-legislature 154 220–
126 142 Rliode Island, message of Senator 100-volunteers
179 190-members of congress 320
:8 Roads from Chilicothe to
Detroit 95-tables of 173 Virginia-gov. speech 115–
254 256 408-finances 343 368
ureun 122-Events, in e
287 Russel, col.
Warret admiral, 59 153 207
282 Sackett's Harbor 26 173 War expenditures (U. S.)
108 Warsaw, duchy of
Wasp and Frolic 156 205 217
219 252 323 332
300 Washington's farewell ad-
335 Secret journal of the H. of Weekly Register, terms 1 288
49 Vest-Indies–British com-
58 Sea fencibles
361 West Florida
156 Whiskey, tax proposed on 407
240 Winchester, 61.
107 383 396
304 Shadow privateer
30 Sisson, Alexr.
40: Williams' Mr. speech 291
189 Wilkinson, gen.
237 263 282 Wright, Mr. his retaliatory
335 Yankee privateer
196 tive to the election of the 63 Suuth Carolina-gov.speech 50 Yankee trick 172-frolic, a
269 275 305 Yazov deposit 260-claims,
45 rcas Ó nays in the H. of R.
on the meeting of con-
gress in May
on the bill to suspend
3Spirits, distillation of 123 on Mr. Mckin's motion 407
proclamation by 286 287 Speech of the gov. of Virgi respecting the exporta-
tion of bread stuif 175 222
on the new arıny bill 207
on the merchants bonds 287
92 Sterling, Elijah an impress on raising the bounty of
on the militia bill
on the bill to compens.
ate the officers & crew
of the frigate Constitu-
- on the seamen's bill 392
Sun, moon and star, visible 128 on Mr. Little's motion 395
32 U. S. concerning the
pay of the army 221
345 on increasing the navy 255
313 on fines and forfeitures ib.
306 Taylor, captain 2. 79 90 100 on the bounty to the
on engrossing the
200 bill, &c
267 408 on the r taliation bill 406
326 311 Timely notice
222 on the seamen's bill
Xo. 1 OF Vol. III.]
BALTIMORE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1812.
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lar confidence, and alienated from such governments Subscribers may be furnished with this work the attachmenis of the people. It had not yet enabled Weekly, as it is published, or in volumes, at their him to distinguish between the patriot and demas option.
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litical virtue and depravity-it had not taught him Baltimore, Sept. 5, 1812
the salutary lesson, that the former cannoi le zjisiVOL. III,