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NOTICES OF THE ARTS AND MANUFACTURES, AND A RECORD

OF TIIE EVENTS OF THE TIMES.

H. NILES & SON, EDITORS,

THE PAST THE PRESENT FOR THE FUTURE.

FROM MARCH TO SEPTEMBER, 1827-VOL. XXXII.

OR, VOLUME VIII.-THIRD SERIES,

TBALTIMORE:

PRINTED FOR THE EDITORS,

AT THE FRANKLIS PRESS, WATER-STREET, EAST OF SOUTA-STREET,

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Accidents,

128, 386, 102 396; Tombeckbee bank 310; Con- Davy, sir Humphrey 362; delo
Ackerman, convention of

necticut banks 320; dividend of national, 81; imprisonnient for
Adams, the president, leaves Flash- C. S. bauk 327; Franklin bank of 230; distresses of the poor 118,
ington

369 N. J. 3-14: bank of the Common- 182, 199, 291, 346; decision of a
Adams, Ir. andJefferson, beauti- wealti), ky.

421 jurge

100
ful extract

397 Barbour, Jaries, sec. of war, at An- Elections, 293; Fast India company,
“Advocaie,” the Southern, extract napolis 260; at Bedford, Pa. 358; affairs of the 288; emigrants, aid
from

355 letter to gov. Lincoln of Mass. 506 to 181; sent to America 210;
Affaires, clarve des
73 Barbour, P. P.

162

expenditure, comparative of G.
Agriculture of the U.S. an editorial Barbarity, a strange case of 408 Britain and America 179; emolu-
essay 19 to 58. See editorial. Barnes, Samuel

83
ments of office

406
frica--Liberia, various notices of Bates, Mr. of Mass.

103 Forgeries 85; Franklin, capt. 150,
the colony at 37, 89), 129, 149,

Beils made of cast steel
275

45
261, 420); maj. Laing and capt.

Benevolence, active;

151 Gaming houses . 12; game laws 89;
Clapperton ini
219 Bergami,

89

a young woman sentenced to the
Alabuma-rohibits the introduc- Berkshire, Mass. high school 131 house of correction for finding

tion of slaves 100; report on the Beverley, Carter-sce gen. Jackson a nest of partridges' eg38 263;
Creck treaty 103; bank of the U. and Mr. Clay.

gass, the dial of St. James illumi-
S. in Mobile 194; Tombecbee Bible society, American

195

nated with 276; Gifford, Mr. of
bank 510; Muscle Shoals 523; a Birch, Haurvey, “the Spy” 382

the Quarterly Review

85
negro burned to death 357; Mr. Billiard table-Mr. Van Rensel- Hastings, the marquis of, dies 88;
Wills killed

405
laer's letter

1-19 llall, Dr. dies, 18-; Huskisson,
"Albion,” the, a British newspas

Dlacksione canal
306 Mr.

312
per at N. Y.
104, 418 Bobbinet factory

559 Islands, British, arable land &c. in
Alleghany, the river
148 | Bolivar, see Colombia ani! Peru.

-17; Irish, expense of keepiog
Amedie, J. B.
245 Bomp and, madam

112
down the

403
American policy
259 | Boston-lections and electioneer- Joint stock companies

85
“America,” Mr. Everett's history ing 102, 198; case of matinony King, the, birth day kept by com-
of

112

in 151; appropriation bills 176; mand 249; addresses to 313, 424;
American citizens released from stages in 230; ihe late Mr. Phila

his speech on proroguing parlia-
prison

214 Jips 262; monument to Franklin inent 423; Kilsheelan bridge,
"American system," wool 279: trade of 279; dull times in affray at

423
and woollens, and Harrisburg 5-7; schools

30410.3 London--ships &c. employed in the
convention.

Braziləthe squarlron defeated 105; trade of 122; inhabitants of, &c.
Anderson, col. Richard dies

200

army defeated 152, 201; seizure of 192; Leyland, Thomas, bus
Androscoggin, the river,

2.12 the Spark 180; frigate Baltanore immense wealib 361; Laws,
Anniversary the, celebrated at va- 201; batile of Rio Grande 213; af- 263; Laing, maj. killed in Africa
rious places 371, 313, 373; toasts fairs in 250, 291; Mr. Razuet 250;

281; Lethbridge, sir l'homas
S13, 371

the Ontario 291; speech of the 280; lords the House of, retort
Anthracite coal

S10
emperor 311; com. Biddle at Rio

courteous, rubbish! 292; pro-
Antignac, maj. vlies
224

316

ceedings of the peer's 423; Liver-
Antiquities, Indian, discovered 279; Breut, Mr. of Lou, dinner to 309

pool, lord 100, 104,

113
from Merko

SLi | Bricks made in Baltimore 221
Appointnrnts, various

Minister's resignation of 180, 182,
75, 280

British afairs.
Appropriations for the year 1827, Altered language and

rumors as to the appointinent of

manners
by congress, an interesting exhi- 210; American manufactures no-

new ones, &c. 212, 244, 249; offi.
bit of

cial list of the new 250, 328; ex-
61 ticed 38; Albans, the duke and
.Irgentine republic-disorders in 348 dutchess of 410, 425; Army, offi-

ministers ridiculed 278; ministry

the 312; fate of 235; jeu de putin
Arms, coats of

101 cers in the, 224; Ashantee, death
Army of the U.S. promotions and of the king of 104; Athol, the

352; money, plenty of 181; mana-
appoitments in 76, 367; general duke of 151; attornies 328; Ar-

factures, Ainerican noticed, 38;
orilers

manufacturing districts, notices
317 gule, duke of

425;
Ashantee, death of the king 101 Beuk of England 42 }; Banker's

of the 44, 85, 118, 182; woollen
Astor claim, the

mantifactures 3 1; quantity of ex-
215 clearing 48; Brougham, 'Ir. 410;
Asylum, paral

Bentick, Jord Will, m425; bri-

porivú 123; mint, coinage of the

1.33
• Atiornies of the U.S. a list of 251 bery --93; Brazil, treaty with 181;
Austria Jealousy of 87; minister Burdet, sir Francis 134, 230);

Navy 80; a good joke about naval
at l'aris 125; murder of the Abbe

victories. 85; naval affairs-excess
Burning well at leynionth 216;
Plank

of oficers 422; the North Caroli-
152 Budget, tlie

317
Automaton chess player made by a Canning, Mr. 113, 131, ?1?, 49;

na noticed 121; uoblemen 87;

Norwich, riot at $10; north pole,
Yankee

appointes premier 182; extructs
Axe found-seni, vidi, vici''!

the expedition to,

10
123 from liis speech as in die policy
B.

he intended to pursue 231; remarks Ogle, admira), 13-1; O'Connell,
--Bad news," a separation of the in the occupation of Portugal Mr. extract from his speech 290;
union!

211 400, bis remarks on the coru law's Oxford, the univers ty of 368
Bagging, see cotton and 960, 355 408; canal project, a great 75; Portugal,-British troops in 134,
Baltimore--and the west 33; trade Commercial statistics 4:8; Catho- 36-; Jr. Canning's remarks on

of the Susquehanaal 37, 113; lic claims 134, 161, 280, 81,3 8; the occupation of 406; parlia-
Oliver's free school 89; Baltimore Clarence, the duke of 104, 133; ment re-assembles, 80; squah-
and Obio rail roa!, reports, &c. churches and places of worship bles in, 2:2, 422; prorogued 423;
100, 228, 219, 308, 398; Greek i London 346; Cobbett's Regis- Perkins, Mr. his steam engine,
fair 129; the oratorio 161; in- ter $5; coinage of the mint 1,3; &c. 132, 261, 431, 360); post mas.
spcetions 113; military 161, 241; veolliers 165; colonial tradle 13., ter a sentenced to transportation
Patterson, Win. 176; bricks made 181, 409; corn laws 41, 85, 164, 221; petitions presented to par-
in

224 181, 347, 362, 374, 108, 109, 4.5; Jiamient 139; poor in Ireland 48;
luks and banking-burning of rates and duties established by pool rates 151, 165, 212; Petr-

paper money in Ky, S7; comu- the ware housed corn bill 4. 4; myn, the borough of 364; per-
i rleits on the bank of the U. S. Mr. Canning's resolutions 134; sioners &c. 328; presscs, on the
1:1, 113; banks in Maine 11%; talles on which they were found- purchasing of 422; protective
the branch of the ink of the '. Cd 163, 197; crimes, statistics of system-umber trade 19-1; print-
S. at Mobile, Al. 194. rnbbery 88; Cumberland, the duke of 104; ing in England

214
of the U.S. bant : Phandlepliia Cuba 181; crim cor, a case of “Raising the wind” a new way of
196; Egle lap of New Haien

4.5 87; railway, between Liverpool

+

27

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and Manchester 270; revenue, 43; Rideau canal 84; Union cual Gallatin 182; certain queries to
expenditures, &c. 86, 101, 199, 151, 259, 274; Chesapeake and the editor of the N. v. "Enquir-
277; comparative of G. Britain Delaware canal 211,954, 320; ca- er,"246; commerce of St. John's,
and America 179; royal family, pal toll received at Rochester 260; N. B. 216; double duties 291;
amount of sums paid to the 151; Chesapeake and Oho canal 274; supplies at Halitas Sió; remarks
Russia, mission to 231; Rundell, surveys in Vermont 275; canal froin kmgston and Halifax pa-
Mr. of Ludgate Hill, his will 135 from London to Portsmouth 275:

pers £17. See mih, Samuel.
Scott, sir Walter 129; silk, mang-

the Alabama canal 288; lludsou Colonization society 37, 80. See
facture of 426; slave convention and Delaware canal 323; the Ohio Ijrica.
181; sugar, West India 164; canal 323, 360; the Ogechie canal Combinatious

114
spirits, ardent, consumed 293; 361; canal navigation, a steam Comerce of the ' S. S9; western
Shrewsbury, the earl of, his pro-

boat for 386; the Delaware and 89; of the lakes i12; of the olden
perty 221; ship owners, meeting Hudson canal 406; project of mak- tune

150
of 104; shipping an exhibit of 217; ing a canal steam navigation to the Commercial proluibitions
stage players, salaries of those Mississippi 129; survey of a route Communication, interior

34
la high keeping! 87; statisties 19.; along the Delaware

573 Compliments to the editor 114, 5:3
shipping 315; storm, a violent Cambreling, Mr. his speech on the Confiagration, noble

si
one in London 8; Shakespeare,

woollens bud 154 to 160; invited Cor, Tess, classification of the mem-
jubilee in honor of at Stratforil 249 to dine at Raleigh, N. C. 198

bers of

Vi
Taxes, &c. 294; tonnage 217; travel-
Capitol of the U. 5. cost of 130

Congress.
ling, rapid 85; treatment of a Carey, Niathew, tributes to 241 | Alabama 12; university of 2.); acts. list

Cargo, a large one

215
wife, (lady Westmeath) 86; tun-

ol 30; appropriation till,gen rol 10, 11,
nel under the Thames 245, 313,

Carriage without horses

S7

13; appaepuria ions for the witary sets

vice 11, 127, Årebrr. Mr. 15; appro.
347; Turner, Miss, to be really
Carrol, gov. of Tenn. a dinner to

priations, for th. nu!y 9; Adanıs, John

82
married #23; see Wakefieli.

Quincy, accounts of 14, 15, 25; al pro-

priatlonis various 11, 22, 24, 27; for cus.
Voyages of discovery 104, 129 Carrol}, Charles, of Carrollton 2:27
Carter's letters trom Europe 945

iyung into eficct the cunstution with

G. Britaju
Var prospects 56; Wakefieltis, the Caucus announced!

356 Buenore, sup; lies during time war 14;
case of 165, 182, 312, 347; Central America, in a state of auar. Bardini, Juli 23; Biritl, Mir. 19;
Wellesley jewels 313; Wel-

chy

201, 252, 3.29, 318 Buchanan, Vir. 15; birachs at N. Or.
lington, the duke of 18, 89, 328;

kans 2?; Listess of the sssion 12, 19;
Chairs, large quantity of shipped 259
his tamily 512; Westminister, the

Kucher. Mr. i?; butings, public 20;
Chainelion

112
electors of 313; West India co-

Balciati, Mr. 22; Krales, im Nation
Charge des affairs, on the use of the
lonies 113: sez coconiai trade-

term

220 Call of the house 16 Cambr deng, Mr. 15;
sugar 164; free people of color
Charleston, S. C.--meeting of the

Chapin, Luth r 1, cirks, in: 1 pattit
in 406; trial relative to a slave

onic 27; Cotunzation scirty 29; charge
cba.ber of commerec 205; me-
that had visited England 4 3;

dis aitaus 7.); coloring Birish, inter
nuoval of to congress

205 Course with 9. 10, 14, 15, 10, 13, 15, 20,
Wirtemberg, the queen of 47; Checks, forged

2429, 415

28, 05 10); comtree and as igation
woollens, amount of, sent to the
U. S. from Leeds 82; foreign
Cheres, Langion

of the U.5. , 13; (winburland roa) 13,

14; conting-111 i penses 1); Customs,
Chinti---statistics of 205; rebellion
wool 328; wool trade, debate in

uolulinis aud cap. aditures of the 01.
iu 204, 348; trade of the U. States fiors of

2013
the house of lords on the 367
York, the duke of dies 8; notice of

witla 507; astray near Chiton 357 Dulible rations 10; D-sla, R. M 13,
Chevaliy, modern

212

Dwighi, Mi 11; 5 lutrike,
85; his debts 110; a dividend,

angliy
Chili-Disaster to the ficet

15; de baies of the last stasiun 29; Dray.

252
royal
212

tuli, Mr.
Chocolate
Broom corn

215 Eur 11. Vr. 12 23; Eog ish, John
195
Church, presentation of a

160 Merida-14, 15; oruilentios, Ke. !2, 21;
Brown, gen. departs from Wash-
Ciree La, the French frigate 386

Fr. vel soliations 10, 13; F ryth, Mi.
ington 8t; dinuer to at New Or-
Clay, Henry-see gen. Jackson and

15, 30; Ford, J. W.

13
leans 308; at St. Louis, Mo. 418

Gis u Sarou 16; Gheol, Ip *t of u,

Mr. Clay; leaves Washington
Browa, Fianois, dies

23, 33, ; Graha 1), G urge 11; G vigia

260; at Vyrishington, Pa. 321: at auillit Cribisnd 1-5. Todau a'.
Bryan, John H. extracts from his

Pittsburg and his address 98; at

fari's-Gr. 11, Luul, baitut for as printer
address
130

tu the sale
Buenos Ayres-battle with the Bru-
Steubenville S25; lis letter to the

10, 24,37
public 3.0; invited to Vallison

Hay, Mr. 9, 22; Holmes, Mr. 9; Hagwer,
zilian squadrou 105; official ac-

P ter 23; Henburg, to resund ertain
count 213; brigands 105; Corilo-

county Rp. 250; fnis Lexington duties levied on the Visst la of 21; lar-
speu'ch 375; returns to lasime

burs ami mvi 13, a ill for the improve.
va 105; blockade 149: Brazilian

ton

369

Inent of trai 2; Harbil."). HI.
army deteated 152, 201; attairs in

Indiau atsirs 10, 12, 24, 25, 27, ; Ing.
250; the Painpas 280; ad. Brown

Clay, for porcelain

275

ham, Mr. 14; I::dana, boundary of 25;
29+; Rio Negro 313; naval force

Cloths, Butista

11S

certain resolutions rei orted by Mr. Ev.
Coat and iron in Penn. 275; anthra- re' 29; leurst with Bont Coc.
S48; evasion of the blockade

407
cito

310

nis 9. 10 14 st Birish colonnes;' in-
Buchanan, James, of Pa. his speech Coats of arms

cenuity ior Frueh sposatois 10; Boi.
on the woollens bill 185 to 191;

01045, (Hrad
Cobait found in Indiana
his letter to the public in regard

164 Johnson, Mr. 9; Johnson, George, 13
to the late presidential election 415

Coleman, W. A.

489 Kremer, Halthuar 33; Kendali & Butter-
field 2); herhl, Jubin

29
Budu, It. Charles A. of the

Colonbii--resignation of Bolivar 85,

navy,
dies

80, 100; col. I allebilla 85; receipts

Library of Congress 13, 25; Lilie, Mr. 14;
89

landi, the bill to provide for the sale u
Butler, Ezra

and expenditures of 150: eartlı- reriaiu 25; figlie beurs
89
quake 89; disturbances at Bogota

Macrin, 's., 21: mail contracts 9, 1:
2.30), taxes levied &c. 215; hafa

Mercur, Mr 49: Blitary aj po priations
Calamine discovered
211 tected persons shot 21.3; letter of

9, 1: Wat is fines 1, bus litt af

the U.S. 13: Vasu, Josian 1., 2. Mi-
Calico printers 55.3; calicoes Ameri- B. T. Watts 77; distictions

chigan, claims to lasci il 15: berasing
can 258 journies of a piece of 265 92, 329; report of tine secretary ros's in 21: tie, organization vi 14:
Calhoun, J. C. See vice presiiloni's of the home department 345; San-

Morrison, Willisala
appeal.

tanier's ietterio Bolivar 531; Ra-

Messages of the presier! --Ois transi.
Canada-Rideau canal 84; commo-

ting Locationis rebaiive in the vie
verga's letter to the vicepresident Hits Georgia _8: carte des affis
tions in 85, 131, 224, ViA, 404; $51; proclamations of Bolivar, 151, New Orleans, burrahs at 2: Way Aid
ancient cannon discovered 270; 362; affairs in 302, 371, 386; Vin naval 9, 2 : ory aneks 25, 2;: a point
ihe“N. Y. Albion” 401; gouis in- daurre's charges against Bolval

ing a combine uf cont. rente

Obu river, the naviga101
ported 89; prorogation of parlia-

110

Pagers : public bun! 1.). 23, 28:
ment &c. 107, ressels built in Colonial trade, British-See con- pintor to th

$1.0, 21, 7: pol Bil
112; population of

112
gress, and 65 to 70 anıl i7 8; circu-

offier 27: post vlierii paritti dell), 23,
Canals &c. See the various states; Har to collector's 70; Luglish items

20, 27: inet ast of the buyut the post
extension of the Penn. canal 37,

marit e rral
81, 113, 1.2, 180; care tine Bela

Reports of committs-on the launchinis
99, 386; tunnel at Lebanon, Pa. fast 180; Mr. Caun.ng to Mr. jo Alabatua isi of the cura mittee of

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