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Senator Tracy—Aurora Borealis—Three Wor-
thies, a Colonel, "Squire and Captain—Epi-
taph for an expiring Bee, 11
New Year's Addresses Reviewed, 19, 32, 40, 43
56, 67, 80
Democratic ideas of justice—morality of Con-
necticut democrats—select Toasts, 19
Is he honest ? 26
Anthony Pasquin–Cheetham's Arithmetic-
Improved Spelling, &c.
Gov. M'Kean & Co.—Love of the people,
Reply to Aristides, by Cheetham, &c.
Impeachment of Judge Chase—Democratic -
Mail carrier–Parchment—Bones for the Sao
lem Register to pick,
Freer's Case—Mitchell wounded, 59
Who shall be our next Governor 2
Removals—Petticoat Government,
More Intrigue—Genuine Republicanism—De-
mocratic meanness—Bitter for the Burrites :
—pill for the Lewisites—likeness of Democ-
racy, 75
A good thing—another—a wise news-monger, 83
Epitaph for the Bee—new libel law,
New libel law considered—affairs of the nation
—affairs of the state–genuine republicanism
-neat puns, 99

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Boats, &c. 323

Bribery, 330

Diplomatic Skill—Thief Letter, &c. 39

The greatest Election—More Speculation—
New-England—The Vice-President, &c.

Truth a libel still,

Genuine Republicanism—Soaring Pinions brok-

. . en, &c. . . . . . . 371

Présidential Election—Mr. Burr, 385

:Gun-Boats+Art of Dunning, 387

Mr. Rugr, --- - 3.3

Puppet Shew, &c: 395

Closing Adoess, “Guilty or not Guilty,” 410

Step by’Step—Long Strides, 411

Political Selections.

Gov. M'Kean vs. Pennsylvania Jacobins, 2

Contrast between federal and democratic ad-

ministrations,

Mr. Tracy's Speech,

Short Queries to make long faces,

Edward Livingston's defalcation,

Home-made Reviews imported,

On the amendment of the Constituticn–Clin-

ton and Burr, 50

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12, 20, 28, 36, 45

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26

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Gov. Clinton's Speech, 52

Revolutionary Spirit—Reign of Terror, 59

Statement of FX ports, 77

Fact honorable to Burr–Family Monopoly, 78

Sketch of politics in New-York, o

Curious Law Case before Reserees, 86

Genuine Republican Address, and a translation

of the same into English, Q0

Proposals for the Ulster Gazette, 92

The Judiciary in danger, 93

Mr. Elliot's Letter, 106

Judge Lewis's treatment of a jury—Remarks

of the National Aegis on the Burrite contro-

versy, 114

Lucas Elmendorf's intercepted letter, 116

Remarks on the letter, 117

Memorial of Judge Chase, 12

Removal of the beacons at Sandy Hook—Qual-
:ties for a Governor,

Articles of Impeachment against Judge Chase,

130

133

Impeachment of the Pennsylvania r..lges, 137
Letter of H. H. Breckenridge, &c. 138
The House that George Buil, 144
Remarks on the purchase of Louisiana, 146
Mr J fierson's Impiety, 147

Remarks on the in peachment of the Pennsyl-

vania Judges, 154
On the war with Tripoli, 15.5
The New-England Man No. 1. 101

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Craion pron, unced at Campton, N. H. 188
Mr. Living ton’s cosequiousness to France, 194
Review of the Croswell case, 196
A glance at French affairs—Massachusetts A-
mendment, Cú 2
- Tracy's Trial. 204
M. Croswell's Parchment, 206
New-Hampshire Federalizm, 211,
Affair of the Cambrian Frigate, 213
Review of the Sermon of Amphiaraus, 218
Virginia Policy—Advice to Federal Essayists, 229
Of General Armstrong's appointment, 261
Constitution Mending, 277
New French Constitution, 278
Impressment of American Seamen—Thoughts
on a Spanish war, 200

Of dignity in office, $01

Common Law on Libels in England, S06
Affairs with Spain—Convecticut Election, 314
Marquis de casa Yrujo and Major Jackson, 324
240, S46

war with Spain, 3.25

Art of Government, 327

Extract from Gov. Trumbull's Speech, 347
Extract from Gov. Tichenor's Sneech, 354
Apportionment of the Louisiana Purchase, 361
Gov. Lewis's Speech, S52
President's Message, 37.2
Political reflections by an old Observer, S7
Mediterranean Affairs, 39.3
An American's Address to Congress, 401
Treasurer's Report, 40+
Virginia Policy—Passing Tribute, 410
Agricultuo a!...

Culture of Indian Corn, ::::. ‘. . . . .4:

Peach Trees, • . . . . . . ..T2-

Of Smoking Seed Corn, * * * * * 20

Method of preserving Peach Trees, : " ..."::4:

Recipe for curing Hams, : . . . . .32 o

Forsyth on Trees, - ... ."

Grafting Old Apple Trees, * ::: ... ...:::::

Quince ‘s’rces, - . . . . . . . .75:

}.xtract from Forsyth, O2

2New Wheat, 100

Agriculture, on Threeling Machines, 108

3-laster of Paris, 116

On Manures, 132

Recipe for destroying Vermin on Plants, 140

JYes, ription of the Gang Pictigh, 148

On the culture of Cabbages, * 156

Substitute for Hay, 164:

Utility of Frost Couductors, 172

JDirections for preventing the blasting of Pear

"I'rces, 180

Method for preserving Clover Hay, 188

I Iint to Farmers, 196

On making Hay, 204

Method to prevent smut from damaging wheat, 212

Iolaster cf Paris on Potatoes, - 220

Method of raising Henop, 228

Method of propagating Cucumbers, 2.56
1) estruction of the Hessian Fly, 25.2
On the management of Cider, Q60
New Preparation of Flax, 268
Of Turnps, - 2.6
Incocts in Wheat, : S4
>ie had of Heading Cabba;es in Winter, on:
I,se-hod of des: rowing the 1sessian Fly, Sojo
BYirections to Cider Makers, 308
*Wheat up in Ciover, 316
Caution to Farmers. . 324
A Premium—new I lough—potatoes, food for
Sheep, 3:2
Hia's on Ma-og Cider, 340
On Se, d Co, n, 3.48
Food for Carole, §56
Ex or inents in Agriculture, 364, 372,380,388, 396
Useful Hin:, 404
Egyptian Wheat, - - 412
Monitorial.
Leeson for Nations, 4.
Bezents of Reflection, 12

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On Benevolence, -
Extract from Dr. Price's Sermon,
On Savery,

Power of Comscience,
The true ambition of an homest mind,

of General Hamilton,

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Reflections on the goodness of God,
The Monitor on Life and Death,
Monstrous oppressors of the people,
Lesson to Tipplers, by A Grocer,
Tippler reformed, -
Close of Life considered,
Thoughts on Death,

On Religion,

Striking Occurrence,

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ried alive,
Castle Building,

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Letter of Bishop Moore concerning the death

Mr. Mason's lerer on the death of Hamilton,

On the misapplication of time and talents,

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Peace of Mind, by Cowper—lines from an old

English writer,
revolution—Episaph,

Genuine song,
Song by Burns—Anecdote,

Description of a storm,
Virue—the month of May,

A Tale. - -
The Soldier's Dream—Epigrams,
What is Glory Wholesome Advice,
The Magpie and her Brood,

Ode to Scottish Patriots,

Greck,

Bannock Burn—the Dress of 1700,

The J) cctor and his apprentice,
The Go ave of Hamilton.

I.ines written in illness—Epigram on Bonaparte,

Birth-day Thoughts–Epitaph,
Tears of Columbia,
The Philosophical Farmer,

Stanzas applicalle to Hamilton—Epigrams,
The greaser the Truth the greater the Libel,

canto the first,

Lines to the memory of Mrs. Rebecca Knight,
Uncertainty of Human Expectations—Gratitude

Scil quy in Algiers,
Paral hoase of an ode of Horace,
Ode on Gen. Hamilton–Epigrams,
he Go (if noh and Linnet, -
Gun-Boat, No. 1 by Tag,

Pride of the Navy, cr Gun-Boat, No. 1.
Sonnet to an Amiable Girl—Julia Maria,

Epigram—luscription for the tonib

Pidgeon—Anecdote of Lord Thurlow,

Ode to Sickness,

New song to an old tune—Lines on the French

The Ruins, by Selleck Osborn—Epigram,

A Paine-ful Tale—The Street was a ruin,
Song for the 4th of July—Imitation from the

New Yankee Doodle for the 4th of July—Lines
to the memory of W. V. Murray, Esq.

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52 || Plearure, . - 4J)
(0 || 1...e.:y on Hilliard. 403
C. The American Captive in Tripoli. 413
s: Improvement; 1)/coveries, Izventions,
92 Aecipes, &c.
100 || On Preserving Ships,
108 i # to ... "W in ovars-on of Insurance, 44
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132, 140, 148, 156, ;: - Fo Matiline. n - i.

160 || Seam Saw-Mill–Cotton Manufacto:y, 149

153 is Proposed improvement in the passage of Hell-

106 ga e—new invened Bedstead—new sounding

210 instrument, 165

220 || Improvements on the Potomac, 173

229 || Patent Hemp and Flax Break—Straw Bon-

nets and Suspenders—Recipe to prevent rust, 180

236 || Mowing Machine—invention for the use of

252 shipping, 200
258 || Directions for preserving meat, 208

276, 284, 292 || Directions for purifying ships, 253

S( New Rudder, 276

308 || Machine for topping Grain—Thrashing Mill, 300

316 || Improved Fire-Place, 308, 349

324 || Patent Auger, 316

332 || Recipe for the Consumption, 384

348 || Diversity, Miscellaneous Selečlions, &c.

364 || Financial Skill—Anecdote of Dr. Graham– 15

388 || Infidel wit repulsed—Anecdote of Shuter, 24

396 || Sublime Poetry—old times—road to Kentucky, 48

412 || Mineral Springs—Market of fair Circassians— 61

Anecdote of Goldsmith–Madeira, 69

8 || American Antiquities 85

16 || Origin of the Janizaries, &c. 95

24 || Anecdotes of V claire, 104

48 || State Balances—Prize Poetry, 112

64 || Extract from Commodore Truxton's Will, 120

72 Sketch of William Vans Murray Esq. 141

The Lay Preacher, - 145, 153

88 || Proposal of a general name for the U. States, 149

Female Army of Reserve—wonderful shooting, 152

96 || Anecdote of Washington—of Gen. Wayne—

104 Pride humbled—venerable tortoise, 157

The Hangman outwitted, &c. 160

112 || Hunting of Tigers in Bengal—Walking in

Sleep—Moorish Gratitude, 16

120 || The Porter Brewery, London, 172

128 || The Man of pleasure—Double disappointment, 181

136 || Extract from the ancient records of Massachu-

144 setts. - 194

152 || Bob Rousem's Epistle to Bonaparte, 192

160 || Full length Portrait—Effects of Slavery, 197

168 || Resuscitation of a person struck by lightning, 212

176 || Female swindler at Vienna, 220

184 || Extract from Carr's Stranger in France,—

192 French conspiracies—On the Slave Trade' 221

2 0 || Antiquity discoverca at Boston, 236

208 || Correspondence between Hamilton & Burr, 237, 244

Original Anecdote concerning Lebanon Meet-

216 ing-House—Sick List from Washington, 240

Morris Funeral Oration on Hamilton's death, 14.

224 || Hamilton’s Will, - 245

232 || Resuscitation of a man struck by lightning, 2*

240 Boots—refinement in maines, 2:5

248 || Sketch of oil-on by 1 sher Ames, 2:3

256 || Paine and Pindar, Ž

264 || A good joke—- the Biter Pit, 280

272 || Resusciotion of a drowned child–Letter of

280 || Generai Lce, *

288 || Washington of Hamilton, ::

Prospectus cf the Monthly Register, 2.

296 || Superstitious credulity, 31

393 || Hermitess of North Salem, §§

304 || Benevole-ce—Bust of Hamilton—London, 317

312 || French Trial, &c. - 3."

320 || Natural Bridge, o

S38 || Review of Hannah Barnard's Narrative, §:

336 || Union College, 3.

344 || A recdote—singular letter of resignation, 3.

332 || Sketch of Hamilton, $.”

360 || Osage Indians, .

of Mrs. | British Spy in Boston, - 388, o

363 || A faithful Dog—Sailing Carriage—Care inlaw.

376 is Original Ant-dote, 4

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