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INDEX TO THE FIRST VOLUME.

fine arts

128

67

er

Our

A.
Bohemia, number of births Congressional reports 363, Election in Pennsylvania

164
Abo, population of
129 and deaths in

30 Congress, table of

117
Delaware

129
Abstract of the tonnage of

statistical account of 463
list of the members of 223 Maryland

ib
the U. States
365 Bonaparte, his invasion of
proceedings of 153 168 New Jersey

ib
Additional army
344,387 Spain

200 222 239 252 256 297 Electors of president nomina-
Address of the editor to the
his patronage of the
272 293 299 312 330 312 ted by Virginia

478
public
2

149 373 376 387 402 423 445 Emery, domestic manufacto-
-of com. Rodgers to Bonaparte Joseph, made king

448 455 464 478

390
the court of Enquiry

227
of Spain
85 Connecticut, finances of 63 Epigram

31
of the players to the Booth George, woollen manu-

message from tlic goy- Erving G. W.esqr. 215 215 225
citizens of Richinond 311

factory of
390 ernor of

220 273
Altair of the Chiesapeake 49 198 leiter of, to the legisla-

population of 205 Escurial, conspiracy of the
Africa, various inhabitants of 95

ture

242 Considerations on banks 410 Estimates for the year 1912 363
Agents of the Wækly Re

British statistics 130 261 Contingent expences 391 Exchange, case of the school-
Kister
175 British parliament, duration Copenhagen, particulars of

252
madditional list of 477

of the

95 118
goods, &c.

87 Expences of tre revoluciona-
Agricultural society of Phila-

remarks on represen-
Copperas, manufactory of in

ry War

10
delphia
271 tation in the
144 Vermout

445 Exports of the U. States for
American catholic bishops, British naval establishment ib Correspondence, mess. Ma- 1811

308
letter of the
139 British pensions, list of 172 dison and Rose

73

summary of the value
American inanufactures, Cob British order in council ib

mess. Monroe and Fos-

of from each state

399
bett's remarks on
164 British America, proceel ter

190 | Espose of the French em-
--resolution in N. York

ings in

173
mr. Pinkney and lord

pire

110 125
concerning
312 Briosh minister

421
Well: sly

195

F.
American antiquities 360 Browne Gilbert, on the hes-

of John S. Snith esq. 200 Federal Republican, on our
American seamen, bill for

sian fly

31
inr. Russel and the foreign relations

251
protecting
463 Burita Countess, heroism of 230 duke of Cadore

208 Ferdinand VII

8 25 42 58
American superfine cloths 400 Burr mill stones doinestie 419 of George W. Erving, Finances of Virginia
American philosophical sou Busby doctor,

148
esq.

215
Kentucky

39
ciety

351
C.
County schools, appropria- Tinancial views

419
Austerlain, births, marriages Calamity at Charleston 62 tions for

361 Fine arts

272
and deaths in

47
at Richmond

329 Court oi'inquiry, in the case Fire at Richmond 329 338
Ainusing and interesting Canala vah, rapid decay of of'com. Rodgers

36 Flour, high price of in Eu-
Surps
71 the

168
in the cast of the Chiesa.

rope
Anecdote 47 63 71 151 Canals of France, list of the 98

peake
57 Fori-ign intelligence

32
note to
462 Canal navigation in New

judgment of the

228 Foreign relations, remarks on
And ron, honorable nr. 427 Hampshire
312 Cox Tench, esqr. circular let.

250
Animal life, new theory of 322 Cannot, small arms &c. 342

ter of

291

report of the comunit-
Animals comestic diseases of 271 Caracas, transactions at 17 Crawfordi Dr. review of his tee of

252
Animated pathology

405
--regulations of the le

introductory lecture 405 Foreign merchandize, con-
Antiquities
360 gislature of
21 Criminals, number of in the

sumption of

63
Appointinents by the presi. --pleasing accounts from 400

Danish dominions

357 Foster mr. on the orders in
dent
238 272 Caro general

325 Curious phenomenon
280 council

155
Appropriations, by the lo Carthagena. independence of 399

D.

on the occupation of
gislature of Maryland 361 Cast steel domestic manufac- Daviess col. J. H. tribute to Florida

187
Aquatic sledge, juvention of 463 ture of

390
the memory of

297

on the affair of the
Arining the inilitia 460 Catholic bishops, Ame Dawson, hon. M. resolution President and L. Belt 191
Arts and manufactures 390 rican

139
offered by the

331

on the Chesapeake af-
Astronomical-Eclipse of the Catbolic meeting in Ireland 279 Day,at Madrid

173 fair

199
sun
31 Catholics of Ireland, trial of Dearborn H. esquire, appoint-

offering explanations 377
Athenean society of Balti- the

436
ment of

407 remarks on the expla-
Diore
461 Cebu's Xo. I. 167 No. II. 248 No. Death of sir John Moore 468

nations of

421
Allstrian statistics

118 III. 322 No. IV. 453 No. V. 476 Debt domestic, redemption of 401 Foundling hospitals, remarks
Austrian literature
330 Census of the U. States 234 Declaration of the first Ame-

359
of the state of Dela- rican congress

12 Free schools, establishment
Baden Mr.useful invention of 463

ware
289 Declaration of rights by the of

352
Paghoan-ho, a Chinese ad-

- Maryland
ib Venezuelans

17 French Ludget for 1811 87
venturer
71 -Virginia
ib Declaration of independence Frunch empire

110
Baltic trade
134 -X. Carolina

308
by do.

19

population of the 30
Baltimore priers current 32 -S. Carolina

309 Declaration of the American

statistics of the

125
Banks, number of in G. Bri-

-Georgia
98 colonies (1775)

92

mineral substances of
tain
140 -Kentucky
315 Delaware, election in
120 the

143
Banks of Pennsylvania 399

Tennessee

ib.

population of 289 French language, decrec con.
Bank of the U'. States 336 -Ohio

ib.
meeting of the legisla- cerning the

149
Bank of Virginia, dividend Character of an Indian chief 135 ture of

376 French decrce of August 230
of the
351 Charles IV. accuses his son
Delilie, L. literary property of 30 1811

171
Bank notes, counterfeiters of 275 of conspiracy

4 Denmark, paper money of
ib French Marine

350
Barbadoes, resolutions of the

-prepares to go to Mexi-
further remarks on 357 French troops, sent

into
planters of
173
7 Destruction of the Mainlukes 425

Spam

389
Rarbour James, exqqiure 351 is preventedl, abdicates

Desultory reliurks

70 Frog found alive in the mid-
Harlow Joel, reception of in

the throne
ib District tonnage of the U. dle of a rock

323
France
464 --and gives up his right States

364 Funds English, description
Barométers, clirections for the to Bonaparte

58 District of Columbia,, popu-

of the

262
Use of
166 Checks to population con- lation of

288
Baron Humboll, political

sidered

53 Domestic manufactures re- Gallatin mr.annual report of 229
14 Chesapeahe frigate, affair of 49

marks on

3 Gabisha governor of Vernont
Barron comunodore, suspen- China, the pirates of

30
Purveyor's letter con-

speech of
sion of
51 Yome description of the cerning

291 Generation new theory of
Basque girls

people of
146 Domestic exports, statement

Geography of Mexico 14 27 43
Battle with the Indians 238 Chinese Tartary

of
328

59
Bavaria, Princess of
1357 Chronicle the 10 32 48 63 86 102 Don Manuel Godoy

of Louisiana sketches
Bayonne, transactions at 25
120 136 150 108 224 Dreadful catastrophe 136 of the

100 243
Beggar the', a sonnet

31

237 255 272 290 311 Duel, tatal one at Norfolk 335 Georgia Legislature of 338
Riraslire cattle show

118
335 354 375 391 407 Dubesme general

326
population of

309
berlin and Milan deerees 183
424 448 464 Duke of Cadore, correspon- Gerona, sive ut

320
Bernadotte, independent spir-
Church establishment of G.

dence of the
208 Gerry Elbridge esqr.

438
463
Britain

150
Bassano do.

212 Gibbun lieut, melancholy fate
Besieres Marshal
327 Cincinnati shup news 71! Dun Androro Olsen

357 of

370
Betts Ebenezer
390 Clay hon. mr.
332 Dupont Bauduy & co. 390 Giles hon, mr.

366
Bingham's account of the L. Clergy of Spain, conduct of 114 Duties, staten.ent of from the Gold coin, law respecting,
Beit affair
34 Clothier

100 134
treasury report 300 400 in England

155
---'s condict approved in
Cobbett on American Dianu-

E.

Goodenow's statistical maril-
England
64 factures
164 Eareeojes, strange society of

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essay of the

137

al of N York

78
Biographical notice of R, T. College of S. Carolina 445

at Olaheite
321 Colonial population (1753) 234 East Indies, singular occur

55 Gottenburgh, population of 129
Governor Harrison

391
Blake general
327 Cobiet, trotice of the

119
currence in the

47 Granger Gideon, esq. 361
Blessings of royalty
13.4 Communication of the execu-

Earthqunkey accounts of 335 392) Great Britain, population ex.
Bloomfield Joseph'esqr. elec-

tive of Maryland 291 Editor of the Register to the tento &e.
tion of
152 Complaisaner, instsnce of 168

public

2 46.5 misce Dancous notices
Blount hon. mr. death of
446 Confederation of the Rhine, Education, Neef's system of 69 of

47 149
Pourding ships, curious ide

view of the

24 Education of the poor in Den- Gemmil mr. speech of in
station i prevent
392 Conflagration, Smyrna at 163

mask

357 the Penn. legislature

Paina, esqi.

153

25

186

Grih old Roger, esquire 128 | Legitimate Princes remarks Letter from wr. Russell to the

!

Wortland, return of nilitia of 360
Grundy hon. mr.
313

404
secretary of state

208 Massachusetts, population of 2).
Gay's paintings, rapid sale of 272 Jestallier M.consul of France 103 fruin the same to the

yent of piriisin 405
H.
Letter circular calling a meet.

Duc de Cadore

ib Merino society, it si bucet.
Hair, eloch made of
357 in, of dekgates from the A.
fion we same to the ilig (otthar

133
Hall's Law-journal, notice of 175 na rican colonies (1765) 12 Duc de Busano

ib Memmo shpdecrae con-
Hamburgh, births, marriages

from coul. Rodgers to
front the same to the Cerning, at France

427
and deaths in

47
the secretary of the Navy 33

Secretary of stutt
209Meria: tamni

152
Hanseatie de partnents 350 from cap. Bingham to

froni the surne to the Vie schmer of the prozelent at
Harrivon guv. W. H. letter of

R. Ad. Sawyer
34 sane

211

the opening of culin
o the seeretary of war 301 anony nious giving an

from the saine to the

Rit)
estraet of, to colonel account otmi. Neri's plan Duc de Bass.no

ib

Con muingi!. Che
Seatt
311 of education
69 from the paine to the

saphatlar

123
to the secretary of war 355 from br. Rose to mr.

secretary of state

212

(0%!ur. Ilarri-
spereh of to the Indi- Madiso on the atliur of

fron the saine to the

soli's heitir

300
ana legislature
321 the Chesapeake

Duc de Bassano

213

co!111:11. an act
ILits, seal-skin, patent for

fronu tle saine to the
fium du Duc de Bas-

of the Nin York
making

328
sare
89 sano to mnr. RSS

ib

gislature comem-
Hawkins col. extract of a

from mr. Madison in
troui mr. Erving to the

iny canals

300
Letter from
256 reply

74
secretary of State

215

Covers correspo -
Hetar, process for rotting

86
from a subscriber to
from tur vunnet to count

deuce or Vi-*3.
Hesian tlies, remarks on 31 the editor

85 Rosencrantz

210

Vonroad 15
History of the invasion of

T.C. on the process of
from the saine to the

COM rin ito Itais
Spain 425 40 55 32 112 132 rotting her up

86 sanic

225

tal Fmilani
140 169 218 25 325 411
from our Foster to mr.
from the same to the

nista

217
439 440 4011 Monroe on the subject of secretary of stati

do, frin Ir. Fster 370
Hogs, weight of three, 392 the orders in council (Ju-

froni gen. Turiu to

of the hot of
Holland, substitutes for con- ly 3d, 1811)

155 the seen tary ot'state 217

Tee to the
seripts forbidden in

31
froin the saine to the

from inr. Serrurter to
Horse Hesh, an article of food same July with, 14th, & 16th.

the sdine

ib

of Coser jent do.
in Norway

153 fiuin gov. Harrison to

of 3. (video)
Horticulture

289
from the same to the the seeretary of war 255

o..ma do.
Hostilities Indian

saine July 24th and 26th

177
from count vacrantz.

C..!?? Jo 231
House of commons

97
froin mr. Monroc to mr. to mr. Ering

257

of

Giaco.
Hall.compliment paid to 163 Foster July 21,

159 frown Richard Peters

od 115 907 its do. 4.33
Hull capt. brave conduct of

froin the same to the esq. to the Philadephia agri. Motloodist church, statement
at Spitzad

335
same July 27th, & Oct. 1st. 180 cultural society

271 of the

998
Hurricane on tho 3d Sept.

from the same to the

from mr. Erving to Mexico. geographical noti-
account of the
17-1 sane Oct. 17th,
183 count Rosencrantz

273

Ces va
1.
anonymous to the edi.
from countdosencrantz.

population of

27
Illinois territory, population tor

148 to mr. Erving

275

diption of the
of

389
from mr. Russel to mr.
froin gov. Harrison to

city of

99
Imperial Parliament 475 J. S. Smith

183
the seert tary of war 301

chist places of

161
Impressment, remarks on 147 fronu lord Wellesley to

from a gentleinen in Mielinen territory, pupula.
Independence, expences of the sa'nı• Aug. 14th, 184 Richmond to hol, unr, Clay tion of

387
the war of

10
from nr. Foxter to mr.

330dk tun Henry esq.

275
Irudiana territory, population Monroe Oct. 22d,

ib

from Ja nes Foster, de Milior of Maryland, re-
393
trommur. Monroe to mr. scribing the ruins of an turn of the

360
legislature of
321 Foster Oct. 29th,

Indian city

360 Milizia bill of the U. States 389
Inban agents, salaries of the 403 from wur. Foster to mr.

from the Post Master Mineral substances of
Indian hostilities
72 Mouroe Oct. 31
ib general to the Editor 361

France

143
Iulian chef, character of an 135 from the same to the

from mir. Fuster to mr. Hint of the l. States re
Indian city, description of the same on the subject of the Mouro., Dec. 17th

377
port troia tale

303
ruins of an
360 occupation of Florida 187

tron mir. onroe to Miravla fel ral
indians, movements of the 335 from mr. Jonroe to mr. mr. Fuster in reply 378 Miscellaneous articles 30 16
Indigo, process of extracting Foster in reply

188 troinmur. Foster to inr.

118 119 175203 307
froin the plants

56
from mr. Morier to mr. Monroe ou the charge of

32597 03 134
Imurrection at Madrid

82 Monroe on the subject of Briusi aid to the Indians 330 Mississippi river. quantity
Interesting statistical tuble 237 the president & Little Belt 190

Irow inr. Monroe in

of warrthst sends 119
Internal navigation

151
from mr. Monroe tu. tur. reply

ibl Missippi territory, pa
I nian academy, prize ques-

Morier in reply

ib
from mr. Gallatin to

pulation of

3.3
tioa of the

308

froin mr. Foster to nr. the comiuitte ot'ways and Missouri company, trade
Ireland, inbone of
67 Monrop on the same 191

ineus on taxation
392 of he

62
meeting of the catho

from nir. Monroe to Listri, quautily of Ameri- Wechel! D. 3. sq.
Tips of
270 mr. Foster in reply

ib
can produci

12 ficobillo. Suuel L. 27
Ite of France
135 fronuar. Foster to mr. Literary intelügence 61 1.5 Honey general

325
Inly, niseellaneous notice of 46 Monroe, Sept. 4th,

192 Prodigy

102 Monroe mr.leiters of 1.59 190
Jearings lieut. death of 72
from the same to the Llobrecautanttle on the river 320

183 186 180 180 190
Johnson gen. W. reply of to same Oct. 20th

193 Lloyd Edward, esq.result

191

1:70
goy. Harrison
322 from mr. Monroe to

tions of

242 Moore ir john, retratot
Jaly 4th, celebration of ac mr. Foster in reply ib Locus is, ravage of in Asia 103

thoi
Montreal

103 from mr. Pinkney to London, miscellaneous ar Vorir ir, tar of to
K.
mr. Smith on the subject of
ticlesfioin 104 150 mr. 111

190
Erntucky, estimate of the the orders in council 195 population of 145 More Homestic inanu-
commerce of
10 from lord Wellesley to Lord Siva

9 fixture of
rezolutions of the le mr. Pinkney on the sanio ib Louisiana, sk«tches of the

25 27 53
gislature of 337 391 207 from nir. Pinkney in

243 Mura, Cnipent surgeal
population of
358 reply

196
convention of
231

47
finances of

394
froin mr. Foster to mnr.

population of ? Mulability of human crea
state of the penitentia- Monroe, oflerin, reparation Louisville, inte il rice from 10

175
ry of

ib
for the attack on the Cher- Lyingin hospitals, revues

N
Keppele Michael esgr. elec peake

259 Namatjvr of the calamity
tion of
120 froin mr. Monroe in re-

at Richaron

333
Region of Sicily, change of ply

ib Machines, invention of for National debt or' G.Bari
policy in the
203 froin mr. Pinkney to spinning hemp

300 Vative it

437
L.
lord Welle les

201 Midiwa janess, reply of to Savannt of O.
Lorbert Wilam, calculations
from the same to the M. Rose

Bruin
of a the eclipse
31 Secretary of suite

ib Madrid, insurrection at 82 Ilan of uncution
Lucaster mr. interview of
frorni lord Weasley to surrende rolwth:Ir och 439 Non-Jo ist yg adeeriun

12)
with the prince regent
407 mr. Pinkney (privat) 202 Malthus, analitical Na

tit. 110 152
lated recovered from inun.
fron nir. Pinkney to ot

52 9: 145 253
47 lord Willesley in reply ib Manukes of Egypt, bayo

1 ، 35 ::
Lax abolishing torture

148
from the maine to the
tary r the

412
149 Secreliry of state

203 direct the 425 Newala Lesofa
Land of our lady of the pile

from the sone to lou Maritest ly the propl: of Verwis Tiendaskrichut
295 Wellesleş Feb, 24

105 1211. Yuk, sat! Lane
krisatire of Maryland 169 241 froni lord Wellesley to Vauwactus

ual of
361 mr. Pirkucy (private)

134 104 328
populaton of

f5
Legidature of Pennsylvania,
from nur. Russell to Dr. Maryland, caption in

Dari turgagali
meeting of the

Pinkney
205 Exitenciary of 230

uit: ci'i at

392
Lrgistacute of Ohio, meung
froin mr. J.S, South to

,
the serey bituin

207

pupulative of

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Public papers,

267

273

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348

463

363

New Zealand, rencaclis on (Price regent and nr. Shipwreck

136

reaty secret, of Fountain-
dienas of
4261 Lancaster
407 Shocs, manufacture of at

bleau

5
Newspapers, number of in
Process for rotting hemp 86 Lynn

390

of resignation be
tha'Univ States
110 Procession of the Berkshire Small pcx, great ravages

tween Charles and
Nichelon conuulore

cattle shew
119 of the

400
Napukeun

58
death of

35 Proclanxetain of the presi Smith Jolur S. cc. letters of 206 Troops continental state
Miles H. renarks on the
dent of tlie US, (4-18) 49 Smith Benjamin eset.

Jdent of

10
Non-iu portato low 133
of governor Clajburite 104 Sasia, conllagration at 103 Turkish funeral

71
on present 117

of the Spanisi: Junta 112 S1.ggling, elicouragement Turnpike roules survey of 120
ou our foreign rutions 250 Prodigalies, in laner of

ol
292 Turreau M. letter of

217
ou lejniat prices 4011 Prosilcinisof ik Weekly Suyder Simon, esq. 281 321 Turtle, extraordinary size
andr 4 tike poulici
Register
21 Suinth America, cuinmerce of 117

119
Non-importuijon las

1.33 Provincial juntas, forma- South Carolina, commerce of ib.
Dorth Carolina population of 308

tion of

83

population of 309 United States mililia bill 389 433
resolutions or the lo
Provisional arag bill, argue

South Sea Islands, savages of 54 general statistical ti-
islature of
338 ents on the
458 Spain, papr money of

47
hle ot the

79
Norway, checks to popula- Prussia, English goods in

new constitution of 138 Bank ncues

441
tion in
258 Rusialt mozarelis, state of

description of
Noune Joseph esq.
361 tbc

203
Irunch troops sent Valentia, scige of

325
Novel procession
118 Publicdcbt, state nentofihe 417

into
387 Valladolid, capture of

327
12 17 33 65 73 Speech, of the governor of Ventable A. B.esq. inelani-
Obituary notices

72 256
89 145 177 185 201

Verinont to the le
choly fate of

338
187
Occupation of mida

209 225 257 273

gislature

137 Venezuela, confederation of 105
Oficial papers 305 100 117 45 Public sentiment, expressed 412 of Mr. Porteron our

Vermont, state of parties in 88
OLO, strani buat of the 120

foreign rationis
population of
359 Quarter master's departnont

speech of the gover-
of Mr. Grwidy on the

nor of

137
resolutions of the le

establishment of
381

310
population of

264
kislature of
361 393 | Queber, remarks on the

of Mr. Randolph on Vice-consul of France at
Olive oil, inproved methol president's message at 371

Ure same

315
Savannah

391
of obtaining
149 questions proposed to a

of Mr. Clay on the

Vienna, statistical notices of 30
Orders in conseil 155 177 boy of lu years old 102

Sunc

332 Virginia, population of 289
Orleans territory, popula-

R
of Mr. Wright on the

resolutions of the le
tion of
388 Randolph honorable Mr. 315 376

saune

353
gislature of

297
Ouheite, inhabitants of 55 Rebel, Sirauge use of the

of governor Harrison

election of the gov
Oven colonel, tribute to

tern (ote)

285
to the legislature 321

ernor of
the menory of
297 Regulars, number of in

of Mr. Shuttey on the

finances of

393
P
revolution
10

electors of president
Paine R. I. biography of 324 Religion, state of in France

of Mr. Williams on

for

479
Palafox,answer to the coun-

and England

130
the stune

349 Visenynas or Basque girls 283
cilot Cassile
439 Revenue, tateinent of the 229

of Mr. Giles in the

Voice in the wilderness 351
Paper carpets, manufac. Report of the comunali e of

Senate 368 394 Volunteers, bill for the ac
ture of

328
foreign relations 252

of Mr. Anderson in

ceptance of

$80
Paper money, depreciation of 408 on the Spanish Ame

reply

427
Paper scoppers, manufac-

rican colonies 270 of governor Tomp-
1134 of

Wabash, resolutions of the
of conti rence on the

kins to the legis-
Pardon offered to deserters

census bill
ib.

people on the
lature

410
battle on the

300
from the army

on maritime defence 294 of the prince regent
Patent machine

Wales, population of
86 of investigation at

to parliament 475 Waring vr. extraordinary
Paterson Piesa.
director
Richmond 340 Spirits, domestic distillation

151
of thecuint

escape of
relating to the manu-
of

391 War contributions, notion
Penitentiary of Kentucky 394
facture of carbon 342 Stamp duties proposent 382

of Mr. Hal for

461
of Maryland

2.30
relating to the bactle Stateinert of French force

Wars of Great Britain tabu-
rennsylvania, populatior, of 266
on the Wabash 383 in Spain and Portugal 88

lar view of the

172
resclusions of the le
of ways and mucans 455 Statenent of receipts and Water turned green

47
gislature of
205 Retreat of sir john Moore 452 payments at the truary 438 Wayne general

357
feneions British

172 Representation, ratio of in Statistics of Great Britain 22 07 Ways and means, report of
Ferdian of the Maryland

the United States
296

130 261
the cominister

455
lerature
361 Rhod Island, population of 265

of the Rhenish con-
Peiers Richard, eso.
271 Rhenish confideration, view

Wearing, improved machine
fexleration

24
for

88
Petition of the first Ameni.

of the

24

of Austria 30 118 Wellesley lord, letters of 184
casa congress to the king 361 Richtuond, roblery of the

of the French empire 30

195 201, 2, 3, 4
Bilhin Dr.on the distades

treasury it

151

American 03 79 329 Western country, impers
of domestic animals 271

calamitous fire at 329

of New York

79
tance of the

9
Pettine Danic!
390 Riot at Savannah

237
of Sweden

129 West Florida, resolution
Ibilssophical disquisitions 167 Robbery or the Virginia

of Russia
103

307

respecting
treasury
243 322 453 476

151 Stockholm, population of 129 West Indies, table of mor-
Ankney Wm.esq. letters of 195 Rougers commoclore, official St. Genevieve

100

143
196 201 203
letter of

33 Strange things
Piano irons,
domestic mans

102 Whirlpool, curious account
address of to the court Swiss decree

150
of a

280
utictory of

390
of enquiry

36 Switztiazd, recovery of Wilkinson general 336 464 409
Polines, introductory re
great humanity of 3701 land in

47 Willians hon. Mr. D. R. 349
marks on

8 Kome, improvements of 46 Sun-flower, oil made from
Pool & Co. certificate of

w.tie Charles, a literary
413 Rose Mr. letters of

73 89
the
407

102
Bope the, some account of 150 | Rosencrantz count, letters

prodigy

Wood John

T
01

351
population of Fngland and

275 257

Wool, information concern-
Wales
11 Roral institution
102 Table of appointments of

45 100
of the French einpire 39 Push Dr. lionor pail to, hy state and United States. 80 Woolen manufactures 116 134
the principal of con the emperor of Russia 47 Taxes, Mr. Gallatin on the
sidered

353
51 Russe1 Mr. letters of

Wright hon. Mr.
193 205 subject of

382

х
of London and West-

208 209 210 211 Tennessee, message of the X on the state of represen-
Linster 150 :05 Russia, statistical notices of 163
of Prussia

go Vetor of

tation in the British par
103
S

state bunk of

272
of the American eo Salaries of officers

liament

144
447
lories (1763)

358

population of
231 Savary general
of the Unité States 90+Sarons, extraordinary er.

40 Terra del fuego, wroteiid- Yeas and nays, on the re-

ness of the natives of 53
pfihe territories otthe

port of the com-
Pences in

47 Territory of New-Orleans,
Umired States 388 Searuity in rope

Initte of forrign
447 convention of

335

relatious 269 293 294 306
Enter honorable mr. 26. Schroder li. cruel panish-
10tugal, provi:ints of

Theory of the formation

on the apportion-
47 melit ut

150
ot' man
322

205
Pomy captain atair of with

ment bil
Scio: river

120 Tibet, customs of the na-
lieutenant Jens

on the army bill 314
74 Sea turti, large diancions tives of

143
Postage of the Register

on the United States
361
Poua:h, directions to inanu-

1:9 Toasts, drank in Canada

militia bill

436
30
4th July
103

403
510Semcow John, ingenious

on the navy bill

409
Pretulus offered by the

Toinpkinis Daniel D. esq.

480
invention of

on the loan bill
Achan society

443 Tonnuge United States,

Yellow tever

376
462 Senate ot' Maryland

20110unt of

365

Z
Treservasjon of plants from Serrurier Miciters of 3:7| Tornado at Charleston
fro-
288 Bhawanoe prophe;

48 62 Zaragoza, description of the
President and Little Belt 33 98 Sheepsretiling
376 Torture, abolition of at

285
133 393 Venezueise

148 heroism of the females
190 Sheftey hon Nr.
Tregjitenpal election

346 Transmission of the Register 449

of

287
47a Sheffield lor!, kitas on ous Treasury of the U. Status
Hr; ct current i Baltimore

229 Zealand, esperiments on
32
commerce
9 of Marylar:

212

chetlas of New

ing

127

Sea tyger

city of

426

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This number is to be regarded as a fair sample of scribers alreadly obtained, convinces the editor that the paper and manner in which the work will be his opinion was just as to the want of a work such uniform'y printed. Further to manifest our views as the WEEKLY Register is intended to be ; but and intentions, the patrons of the Register are inwhile so great success flatters his pride and pro formed, that the Editor proposes, among his selecvokes his exertion, it also alarins his tears, leit, in tions, to insert the othcial reports of Alexander despite of all he can do, the public espectation was ihmilton and Albert Galialin, Esquires, on the man. be disappointed, though to guard against this, hiculactures of the United States, also the report has made some extensive as well as expensive pre- the lat;er on Roads and Canals ; likewise to puh. parations.

lish Mlr. Jeferson's celebrated report on weights In arranging his matter for the first number, the and measures.-When the present secrelanes of editor has compared himself to a young shop keep State and of the Treasury shail lay their respective er (just commencing business) suddenly thrust initie reports before Congress on the population, inanına an immense warehouse of most valuable goods, factures, &c. of the United States, they shall be His eye is pleased with a great variety of articles, given to our readers as a single number, however and his judgment convinced they would, in due voluminous they may be--and to the report of the Beason, answer his customers--but he cannot

former shall be prefixed the state of population as

pur chase all; and, Aurried by the quanii ies before nirn, ascertained by the census of 1790 and 1800 and perhaps, selects some things that, for the present, he such other fac's as can be collected ielating to the had better leave untouched, though ultimately and same subject at more distant periods, so that, by onquestionably good. As time teinpers his judg comparison, the rising importance of our country ment, and experience, the great teacher, enlightens may be duly esteemed.* Ir. John Quincy Adams: his views, he enters the saine warehouse without lettler to Hurrison Gray Otis, Esq. as containing an palpitation, and deliberately lays off such articles an admirable history of the cause, which produced the are adapted to the wants of his neighbors. We exbargo, and rendered necessary some other inz. hope thus to meet the wishes of our nunerou portant acts of the government, shall have place in friends; and trust that, by a single number, they he Rezister, Mii. Pecicering?j* political essays will not attempt to judge the merits of our work-- shall also be recorded in an erra number or nun. as its utility (if any it shall have) will not become so bers; likewise Mr. Robert Smith's address, with manifest before several are joined together.

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