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NOTICES OF THE ARTS AND MANUFACTURES, AND A RECORD

OF THE EVENTS OF THE TIMES.

H. NILES, EDITOR.

Hec olim meminisse juvabit.-VIRGIL.

FROM SEPTEMBER 1814 TO MARCH, 1815.-VOL. VII.

* BALTIMORE:

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE EDITOR,

at the Franklin Press,
SOUTH-STREET, NEXT DOOR TO THE MERCHANTS' COTTEE-HOUSE

Index to the Seventh Yolume.
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3. Brookhaver be sent out

355) Congress-meets-sanding com- cass's “pet indians

| Brit. allies 53; goods sales of 56, sippi memorial 352-road to Direct tax 125--the quota of
Ackly John

170 218: parliament 66 68 391; pro! Ohio 366 414-mounted volume the several states 348
Adams, Mr. (a collector) | clamation 68 134; ship on Onta- teers 383-Amey Darden 383 | Documents, editorial remarks
Adams, the frigate 12 51 62 rio 79 143 175; reinforcements 413--to defend theChesapeake on the publica tion of 161
Advertisement 206 400 80 96 121 170 317-deserters 80 bay 413—Mr. Sharp's propo- Dolph Mr.

349
Agents of the Register 131 169 319-falshood 125-opi- sitions, &c. 414--New-Eng. Don't give up the soil" 11
Agriculture, manufactures pions 125 270 317 336 347 393 land emigration society 414-- Downes captain

191
and commerce

273 to 396 409 410-Vandalism 132 Mr. Jefferson's library 78 116 Duties collected in several
Aid-do-camp (exchang.) 63 143 137-meanness 143 218-bank 285 367 413--vote of honor to states

189
Algiers, an impressed sea 144-revenue 144-naval foree general Jackson proposed 384 Dyson captain S. dismissed 207
man given up to 110 168-prisoners 172 349 410 -Mr. Rich's proposition for

E
prizes made
144 coasts vexed 174 see also Glas- classification 384-pay of the Eastport

9, 52, 56
of the war against 409 gow, Liverpool,&c. vessels lost, members 384 416-vote of how Eastern coast 51, 55, 80, 110
Albany Register

&c. 285-morality 286-com- nor to sundry persons named | Eastham
Alexandria,

12 14 252 merce 286-empire population 304 and to the people of Lou- / East-Indiaman, a prize 56
A little while ago
of 86-conquests 50-church isiana 413--Mr. Troup's ro | Edisto island

382
America privateer

172 establishment 350-prices of marks upon 414-Mr. Sharp's Editorial Address 1 401
American prizes 15, 119, 299 wages and provisions, compa- 415--general Brown, &c. in -

note

128
_ artillery

123 rative 355-generals 410 troduced into the house of re Elba
privateers (on the British British officials of the bat. l presentatives 41-Mr. Jack. Ellen, the American sclır. 348
coast) 174 190 203 218 252 335 te at fort Erie 21 son's resolutions 415--Mr. Epervier, the

191
new vessels fitted

as to the sortie from Lambert 416_Creek lands 416 | Erie, fort, battle of 19, 21--(sor,
out 190, 284

fort Erie-
103 -peace establishment 416

ţie) 48, 64, 100, 102
in the East Indies 400 of the attack upon Bal. Calculations of the produce of lake, anecdote

205
in Fr. ports 204 207

timore

111 197 the United States 273 | Essex frigate (British acc.) 8 56
- prisoners in Eng. 350 capture of the Tygress Capitol, destruction of 1,2,3 Evening Post, extract from 390
affairs in do. 396
and Scorpion 1 73 Campbell, G. W. Resigns 48 European affairs

396
Amsterdaın, state of 286 of the burnings at Camden threatened, &c. 167 Extraordinary esoape of major
Amelia isi 56 168 206 317 336

Wareham
214 Canada papers
252 general Porter

184
Analostan cartel 1, 56, 110 of the capture of Wash- importations, &c. 348

yoyage 160
Antwerp, Fren. ships at 144 368

ington
277 Cadiz

286 Exports and imports--tables of
Anécdote

205 411 plan of conscription 318 Canton, an arrival from 128 attacbed to the proceedings of
Appalachicola

271, 303 _ rating of vessels 320 - American vessels there 59 the Hartford convention 331
Argument, strange 170 Brown geil. 63 100 123 143 Cape Cod

F
Argus, the U.S. brig
3)Brown and Drummond 64 Cartel restricted

125 Fast day appointed 175
Army-pay office

120 Caracas, war in

14: Federal Republican 390
Armies that invaded France 35 ) | Buck shot to be sent out 205 Carthagenian privateer 172 | Female patriotism 110 124 168
Armstrong gen. 6 11 56-pri- Budget the
6 Carrol, inaj. gen. 252 304 Fishing boats

53
vateer 207 253 255 319 | Burd captain 128 143 318 Carberry, colonel

281 Fisheries, the

54
Armistead, It. col.

C
Carriages, duties upon 331 -

French

112
Arrivals
355 Congress-meets 45-Mr. Giles' Castine 51, 53, 110, 167, 281, / Floridas, the

279 412
Avon privateer
190 resolutions 46--standing com-

303, 317 Flying destruction

192
Auctions product of duties 331| inittees 46-proceedings on re- Cass's "pet indianas"

159 Foreign news 14 158 170 189
Augustine, St.

348
moving the seat of government Castlereagh, lord

889

203 317 386
B.

46 77 78107-on British deser Chambers' repeating gun 280 - intelligence 176 204
Baltimore, militia at 13,- of the ters 46--thanks to Brown.l Champlain lake 13-battle on 'ox privateer

48
attack upon 23 54323-resolves Scott, Gaines, &c. 47 78 107 32, 41, 43, 172, 284-(the shit

a British tender
of the counmittre of vigilance Macdonough 107-Warrington

1 96-(stores taken) 112 102 France 14--appointments of
64 80 121 122-(vessels) 159- 108- National bank 77 95 105 - frontier 271, 279, 364 the king 112-amount of the
British paragraphs 169 172 109 127 160 176 184 201 202 Chauncey, com. 12, 37, 41, 79 armies employed to subdue
negro captured there paroled 267 287 288 301 302 314 333 Chaptico 51-enormities at 136

350
169-militia diseluarged 19i 334 351 (president's negative) Charleston

55 123 / France and England, living in,
killed and wounded 01-ge 366, (Mr. Barbour's bill) 383 Chasseur privateer 128, 299,412 compared

320
neral orders of colonel M.Do 41.415 416-on retaliation 108 Chesapeake, the enemy in 50 ! Pranklin tender captured 175
nald 210-memorial 322 -instructions to our ininisters!

144, 175, 252 French fisheries 15 112
Baltimore entertains cols. 81 108-of Alexandria 108-on

the frigate 366 - manufactures 15
Mitchell and Towson 318 rebuilding the public edifices Church establishment 350 - emigrants

96
bills of mortality 355 108 382 384-Barney's flotilla Christophe, king of Hayti 352 - navy . 144-ships at
Banks-specie payments stop 108 142-floating batteries 367 Cincinnati, the town of 321 Antwerp

144 368
ped 10-notes of the B. of Eir! -of the new taxes 109 126 127 Clarence, the duke's son 169! goods smuggled into
gland 144-of Massachusetts 142 157 158 183 201 202 267 Clay, Mr.

280 288
195-tastern
2801 287 288 301 302 313 314 315 383) Clark, fost

3 - prisoners in Eng. 286
Barbour gov.
413-small armed vessels 126 Cobbett, Willigm

320
press

320
Barney, com. &c. 7 12 32 142 142 157 83-of volunteers 127 Cocbrane admiral 17, 18, 47,172 Frigate, a frame for sale 412
Barnstable

3 142 157 264 3.3 333 352 4131 Cockburn admiral "110, 411 Frolie, the late U, S. sloop 172
Barrateria, the pirates of 92.1 - of the military establishment Colbert Joseph

170 Fireemasons

285
11)-British proposal of all 127 176 181 183 262 264 266 Collier, sir Geo.

52 80 perseeuted at Rome 286
liance 131-taken i60. Baily, 287-papers lost by the ineur. Colquhoun, Mr. :30 86 Fuel, allowance to the army 279
old, trials at
286 sion of the enemy 141--on Columbia river

123 Fulton the first-see steam
Bainbridge capt.

192 Joans 141 183 184 261-direct Commerce compared with a frigate
Bayard, Mr.
159, 204 tax see new taxes above aud griculture

278
Bermuda, troops arrived at 11 141 142 268 301 313 415-day Compliment to Amrricans 410 Gaines, general 12 111 252
Bissel geil.
171 of fasting and prayer 142-of Confance, the frigate 06 Gas lights

286
Blakely capt. see W'asp and 318 privateers 143 157-committee Congress of Vienna 396 Guorgia, election

144
Blakely privateer
190 of investigation 157 184 241- Counterfeiting

270 Georgians, address to 363
Blockade, of the
136! ease of Mr. Cutts 157-Giles' Connecticut election 144 Gerry, Mr. his death

185
Block island
167 bull 181--Gerry's death 185-

legislature 158 162 164 | General orders, 4th military
Blount gov. his address 380 proposition as to his salary 410 Constitution frigace 27, 317 district--of tbe governor of
Blue major, his expedition 279 0. Evans 262--Worthington's and Le Pique

New Jersey 3--of the gover-
Bombs at Stunnington 133 bill 183--classification bill 181 “Conscriprion," 3 plans com. nor of Pennsylvania lil-of
Bradley adm.

2861 183 184 208 266 267 87 88 pared 294- British 318 general Brisbane .6--of gen.
Bonaparte, America sold to 1501 301-treasury notes 183 264 414 Cotton spinning, essay 338 Brown 23--of gen. S. Smith
"Booty and Reguty" 410 416--Mr. Harris's resolutions Crrek iadljans, their boundary 29--generalwinder 29-gen,
Boundaries according to the 183-of admirals 201-naval 6--British intrigues with 9, Macomb 44 66-gen. Mooers
British sine qua non 218 report 220-prize-money 262 remarks on

70 335-gen, Scott 95 171 191
Boyle, capr. his blockade 290 -haval officers 63-letter from Croghan, li-ut. col.

4, 8 -gen. Jackson 95 (ser Non-
Boston Centinel 159 409 Mr. Dallas 265-naval affairs Crocker, J.W.

174 Orleans) sir Geo. Prevost
---- Daily Adrertiser 170 266—Mat. Giy87-Yazoo Crowninshield B. W. 285 103--of the captain of the
Bioston 54- privateers 190 claims 288 333 334-speaker's Cumberlaud island, 346 Endymion 110-gen. Gaines
stocks payable at 27 casting vote 302-political cha-

D

111 216-British (ilist.) 114-
memorial
3:1 racter and list of the members Dabney John B.

255 of gen. Izard 171-governor
mortality bill

355 144-Mr. King 318--on trea- Dallas A. J. to the committee Claiborne 215 345-colonel
Patriot,

369 sotiable intercourse 34-call ot' ways and means !04, 265 M'Donald 216-of the adju.
Bowyer fort, defence of 78, 93,

remarks on his first letter 207 tant and inspector general
95--description of 318 shua Ppy 315 334-certain --see also treasury reports 219 317 319 411--of the nel
Brass guins
55 midshipmen remonstrate 333 Dartmoor prison, a letter | jutant gen.

jutant gen. of Tennessee 304

.!
Brewster
53 -Mississippi land claims 333 from

35 Ghent, negociation
Brevet appointments 353 -of the militia 333- Mr. Kj. Darien, Geo. British at 411 see negociation, also 269
Brisbane, gen.
9, 16 bourn's bill for the defence of David Porter privateer 56 Gibraltar, fever at

286
British gentility I-in Florida of the N. W. frontier 334-in-| Deserters executed 281 Gibson, colone!

160
11-barbarity, brutality or come tax proposed 334-Bal- | Detroit, state of 168 170 |“Glorious news"-editorial 385
outrage 51 54 110 125 136 137 timore memorial 367-Mr. Ma- Delaware, the enemy in 175 “Goths at Washington" 975

214 320 347 348 350 4101 gruder 351 352 367--Missis-'D-spatches from Ghent 322 | Glasgow, meeting at 180

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Great Britain, resources of 239 To the secretary of the navy. , From Mr. Monroe to Mr. Cochr Message of the governor
Gore governor
335 From com. Barney

ran

271 Pennsylvania
Grosvenor Mr.
107 Com. Rodgers
13 37 General M'Intosh to gor. Message to Europe

143
Grumbling
126 Com. Chauncey 12 37 79 80 Early

279 343 Mermaid

286
Gun boats
56 137 Com, Macdonough 32 41 192 Gen. Winchester to general Merino sheep

280
Gun, the repeating 280 Capt. Porter

33 159 M'Intosh

344 Mexico, revolutionary 144
Guerriere, U. S. frigate 172 Capt. Perry

Governor of South Carolina Midas privateer 135 271
Guy, Mathew

287 Surgeon Inderwick 39 to the secretary of the Michilimackinac, expedition to
н
Captain Campbell 40 137 treasury

318

5 56
Hamburg, sickness at 144 Com. Tinges

49 Dr. Marshall to com. l'atter- Militia of New Jersey 3
Hampton gen. verdict against
Capt. Blakeley 114 192

346 - Pennsylvania 3 56 ju
111 Com. Sinclair 156 173 07 Captain Moore to col. Rus - New York 40 98
Hanson A. C.
56 76 Com. Patterson 166 3:6 387 sel

349 - Virginia 4111 411
Hawkins eol.
33 364

388 495 Captain Massias to general Tennessee 64 125 169 304
Harcourt the countess of, a Captain Gordon

175
Floyd
361 362 363

336 381
prize

56
Com. Dent
382 Coloniel Scott to the same

Massachusetts 167
Harpy privateer 128 384 Gen. Armstrong to the edi-

362 363 Vermont

65
Hartford convention 151 158 tors of the Pariot

Mr. Mason to the marshal

Kentucky

125
Vermont refuses to meet 167 Captain Hillyar on the cap of New York. 381 general orders respecting
- New Hampshire neglects ture of the Essex
8 Mr. Shields to commodore

14
167-acceded to by Connec. R. Rush to the mayor of Phi Patterson

405 -- Washington's classification
tieut 164-by Rhode Island ladelphia

Mr. Johnson to the same 4C6

compared with Munroe's
180-meets 269 ; m-bers of A merchant in Liverpool 10 Governor Kinderland to col. and Gita

294
270-remarks on 281 302 Maj. Barney to gen. s. 13 Woodbine

4121 Military force, propositions of
proceedings 305, 328-edito Adoniral Cochrane to the ser For letters respecting the secretary of war 137
nal pasars on the, see New cretary of state 17, and re events at New Orleans, see Miller gen.

125
England convention. Pro ply

also New Orleans.

| Mims, fort, on the massacre at
ceedings in the legislature of Li. col. Croghan to general Lambert Dani I his effigy 346
Massaebusetts thereun 372-

M'Arthur
18 Lafitt, the pirate

0 .34 Mississippi ter. petitions to be.
-of Connecticut
372 Brig. gen. Stricker to maj. Lajalec captain

1701 come a state

3.52
Hayti or Hispanjola, an account gen. Smith

27 Laws of New-York 110 .23 Mitchell Mr. ordered from Hali-
of proceedings at 352 Brig. gn. Brown to com. Lands, sales of

350 fax

270
Hampstead captain, his expedi Chauncey and reply 38, the Lawrence major 79 93 95 Mitchell col. 281. 3:8. 318
tion
171 same to gen. Gaines 47; the Lawrence privateer

120 Ministers at Ghent, despatches
Hermes the British sh
same to com. Chauncey 121 Leavens captain

13 frona

2 2
Hillgar, capt.

To the editors of the Nation. Lehigh chain bridge 355 Mobile 47 64 79 93 95
Hill lord

158
al Intelligencer
41 Leonardtown

50 Montreal papers

10 15
Holines major

Com. Barney to capt. Sevier Leander the British ship 52 Monroe James (appointed se-
Hornet sloop of war escapes 191

4: Leonard captain
159 cretary of war)

48
Hostages returned

Gen. Jackson to gov Blount Learn d colonel dismissed 303 Moselle, the British brig 59
Huron lake
109 126
47 29 Lit Mr

3.0 Molly, Dr. murder of

269
Hugh Mr. maltreated
J. B. Varnum to a friend in Liity, fnistaken

170 Monitorial
Hyder-Ah privatecr

Washington
48 Lexington, Ky.

339 Montevideo surrenders 285
Col.lawang to gov.Early 53 Lights extinguished

55 Mortality, bills of
Jackson gen. 11 64 79 93 -vi! Mai. Lawrence to genral | Licensed vessel restored! 1591

N
sits Pensacola 271 281 Jacksoti

93 | Licenses to use stills, &c. sre Nantucket, neutral 0-haval
Jackson Mr. his resolutions 77 Gen. Porter to gen Brown stills, carriages, retailers, notice respecting

167
Jackson gen. ser eV.Orleans, &c

quctions, sugar refined and National lutelligencer, extract
Jarnes, prize sbip 1:8 29 Major Dudley to gov. Shelby stumps.

from
Jamaica protest
1591

ui Lords lists

218 285 National bank, see rondrrte
Java frigate

Mr. Jefferson to S. H. Smith Liverpool, meeting of the mer and 145 160 176 202 334
Jesuits restored 286-soine

116 chants

190 Naples, Murat king of 285
account of

32)

Col. Polk to governor Haw- London "Public Cause" 335 -- Naval, sinall armed vessels 12:
Jervis, sir John, his battle 319 kins

125 Times 393 408- Courier 3941 (see also congress)
Illinois T ricory
80 R. Wright to the editors of -Globe

407 - report 200 220 340
Impressed samen, reinarks on the Intelligencer 136 Loans of the

58 Navy of the U. S. on Champ
374-escape of 13 96-cases Mr. Monror to the military | Long Point.

297 239 lain
of 110-a vile one 350 comimitive

137 Louisiana, Nichols' address to Navy yard, destroyed 49
Impr 35 at Lond. 1 on account Com. Barney to the naval the people of 134-marks Negociation at Ghent 64 70 80
of privateers
203 committee

on the possession of 163- 125 158 70 204 222 240 252
Imports and exports of Great Gent. Brown to gen. Drum. projected expedition to 201 Negrors carried oil and sold by
Britain
289 mond 43, and reply

-Jackson's proclamation 2011 the British 64--parojed 169
Indian boundary 158-correct. Mr. Beasley, col. Barclay, -governor's order's 91, at Halitax 269--stolen 294.-
Doss
159 &c. on retaliatory subjects Lyon's creek, the battle at 171 ristord

319
Independence, the U.S. ship 56

145

M

Neutchatel privateer 96 120
Instructions to our ministers 81 Mr. Monroe to gov. Strong Macomb, general 32 44 55 60

2 7 293 310
Investigation of the causs that

148

111, 217 Neutral vessel on Champlaja
led to the capture of Washi Gov. Jones to the same and Macdonough, com. 32, 41, 55 !

252
ington

reply
149 Macdonough privateer 172 , New-Castle frigate

271
Inquisition re-established 9: From Paris

195 Mae Neven, Mr.
169 Neutral frauds

326
Internal revenue
125 Gen. Bissel to gen. Izarıl 17. Maine, proceedings respecting

rights violated--sce
Insurance across the British From an American gentle 165-population of the part General Armstrong privatecr.
channel
174 190 285 man at Nantz
189 held by the enemy 252-re and

348
Jones Mr. resigns
252 Col. Broke to lord Bathurst marks

280 New-York, defences of 11 200
Jones David
269
197 Madison general

282

state troops 11 54
Irishmen, an address to 109 Admiral Cochrane to J. W. Malcolm's mills

28:

legislal ire 65 97 123
Izard general

Crocher

197
Maryland election 144 285

144 252
к
Mr. Lowndes to the secreta. -legislature 3.6-PASSOS An - -- law of

110
Keene Mr.

112 ry of the treasury, and re a ct to raise state troops 382 -- liberality 135 281
Kemp privateer

202 | Mammoth privateer

56

volunteers discharged
Ketchuin captajn
135 The sec. of the navy to the Mac Arthur, gen. 207 239 28.

217
Kilgour Mr.
5) president of the stuale 02 Macedonia, the brig 412

mortality bill 354
Kingston
56 79 Paymaster-general to Mr. Martinique

285
einorial

312
Kinderland governor 412

215 Manufactores

280 - Census of Ontario
King Mr. of New York 318 Com. Barrie to general Beli 'Mail bont taken

310 county

355
his reply to the house of dele son
217 Massachusetts, the part cap-New-Ark, N. J.

11
gates of Maryland 327 Mr. Monroe to gov. Snyder tured 51 52 117 252 259 New Haven
Kirby's Wind-inill 123 148

219
legislature 110 113143 - memorial

323
Knox gen.
295 Com. Macdonough to gen. i 372 many documents proceed-New-Bedford

112
Macoinb

219 ings &c. 149_-ot' Majae 165 Newburyport memorial 323
Letters to the secretary of war, Capt. Youngs to con.. Mae-

- electiuu
285 New Notions

122
Froin col. Croglan, enclosing donough

218 May' w, capi.

9 News, foreign

121
one from major Hofnics 4 Gel. Jackson to captain Ra Malty, trude to

286 New Orlrans 56 270 Jackson
Gen. M'Arthurr 0.82 picr

218, M'Arthur, gen. 6 12 95 arrives 3C 3- battle of the sun
Col. B. Hawkins

The president to the govern- Mintosh, gen. and his army! boats, &c.3'5 353-Jacksui's
Gen. Gaines
19 221 or of New York 252

364 411! general or.rs 216717 404
Gen, S nith

25 26 Or Jolin Randolph 258 | Message of the president 30 70 letter from Baton Roug, 334
Gen. Macomb

32 60

Secretary of the treasury to 77 81 145 222 316 402 416 miscellaneous particulare
Major Arinistead

the corn. of loans at Boston' of the gov.of x. York 07 345 356 368 374 10 381 384
fren. Brown 48 63 190 10

-70

- - 01 Massachusetts 113 to 391 409 411-cvernor
Gen. Jackson 79 93 357 358 Gen. Jackson to gov: Early

of New Jersey 15. Claiborne's general orders
373 382 !

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