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NOTICES OF THE ARTS AND MANUFACTURES, AND A.RECORD OF THE

EVENTS OF THE TIMES.

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Respect to the Memory

OF

ZEBULON MONTGOMERY PIKE,

BRIGADIER-GENERAL:

WHO FELL GLORIOUSLY BEFORE YORK, IN UPPER CANADA.

AND

JAMES LAWRENCE,

CAPTAIN IN THE NAVY:

killed on board the CHESAPEAKE frigate, fighting the SHANNON.

THIS VOLUME OF THE WEEKLY REGISTER, IS DEDICATED.

The former happily expired on the conquered flag of the foe,

the latter died exclaiming, “DON'T GIVE UP THE SHIP.”

BALTIMORE, August 28, 1813.

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pap r credit

152

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Chandler.gin.

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British navy-on the Halifax

Crooks, gen.

96(Hazard privateer
Acts of Congress
18 365 and Bermuda stations 51 Croke, judge.

385 Haslet, gov.

184
Adams Jolin
281
IGO Croghan, major

389 Harrison, inajor gen.

216 223
Adjutant general's orders 65 116 naval force
374 Crowninshield, George 390 420

271 40
386 naval victories 62 Curiosities, shanveful 350 Hatfield, midslipman 227
Aliens respecting 28 65 81

purule

86
D

Hamptou 291 292 309 326 332
115 3 3 discipline

87 Danish navy

152

340 376 403 417
Allen col.

223
prupers
113 Dwie, g in. W.R.
14 Havanna

336
America, the privateer 353
loan for 1813, 120 370 Davis, col.

195 Hom. Mrs. the escape of 92
American prize lists, in each no. -- commercial monopoly 125 Dashkoff, Mr.

222 Menry, Cape

339
hospitality
privateers armed in

17 Declaration, British

1 Hill, Henry consul 24 25
France

351
arrogance
136 D-rlaration of Independence 281 Hislop, gen.

23
stamen in London) 54

14 Despatel, the brig

385. His majesty's alliss" 1.85
enterprize
265 bouncine

162 Decatur, com.

232 273 Honors to our varal officers 60
417

naval losses
"army paper"

7
182 Dath, capt.

245
American and British veso

king's household 220 Dearborn, gen. resigns 371 Hornet and Peacock 84-offi-
sels compared
63 importations of'wbeat 254 Developeinent at Boston 36

cial ib.

85 102 161 162
A moment's pastime
54 remarks on the presi- De liration to our mamen 57

181 323 32.5
Anecdote, original

119
dent's message
250 Delawareblockade of 08-

Hull, capt. 1922C

77
Annoyance of the enemy 341 humanity

59 patriotism of the people ib.

Humplireys, David 238 304
Anaconda, privateer

325
electioneering

288
an alarm in 150-battle in

1
Arts, the progress of
32 proclamation 300

the bay

355 Impressment, cases of 31 56 85
Armjes in Spain

136
parliament 323 401 Dirret tax

313

288 346 385
Arms, the distribution of 364 executions

417 Diving boats

365 Impressad sramen in the Ma-
Army of the U.S. 145 146 158 Bread stuffs 189 200 209 Documents of the U. S.relat- cedonian 80-remarks on 343
160 176 187 208
270 402 ing to France 17-to ex- Independence

204
Arabia
267 Broughton, Mr.

forts
20 Indian story

135
Astonishing preservation
280 Brown, gen.
270 Dolphin privateer 103 104 119 Declaration of war

399
Attachments and Artipathies 255 Burlington

35 387

149 397 Indian inurders 101 135 190
Athenian Society
295 Burning Spring
200 Duane's military books 81

352 417
Aurora, the ship
16 Byron, capt.
51 Dunn), a seaman

Indians, the southern 29 48 51
56

с
Aylwin, lieut.

Duelling punished
216 mettrals

48
Captures in revolutionary war 7 Duroc, death of

300
в

speech to the British,
Canal, the Chesapeake and

E

accompanying baks of
Barlow, Joel
27 128 Delaware

73 Eastport

180
sealus

96
Bank of America 56-late of Canada, parliament of 157 Edinburg, the provost's toast 144 talk to gen. Crooks 96
the U.States

184
trade of
361 Embargo
358 369 the Cherokee

96 440
Baker, lient. his narrative
67 Cadiz

280 Erie flotilla
308 364 404 friendly

371 418
statement
94 Caracas

troops at
160 403 Inlar trade

32
Bainbridge, com. 24 88 Cassin, com.
291 Eest's frigate 263 273 354 373|lingenuity

387
Bayard, James A.
112 Catholic question
328 Turupean war tables 258 Inquisition

423
Baltimore-resolution of the
Champlaiii, lake 263 308 35+ Euphrates, the

288

J
city council 119-on the

404 420 Evalis, capt.

14 Jackson, John G.

318
persecution of 143-inspec
226 307 Evans. Oliver his patents 111Jamaica

136
Gions 144-an alarm at 165
Character of the enemy
416) Exports of the U.S.

20 Journal of an American of
enemy paragraph n spect. Charleston, naval celebration 6 Expatriation

10 ficer in Canada

36
ing 166-defence of 183- Chesapeakı, blockade of the Explosion, dreadful

112

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petition to the general as- in each number. Chief in Exccutive procreerlings 377 400 Kentucky volunteers 67 8? 119
sembly 197 288-marine cidents: attack on the Fox

F

132 160
artillery 227- volunteers
privateer 30-enemy force Fish, wonderful

152 164 election

152
238-defences of 326 375 March 9 ; ib.- Sinclair's

Florida
1:7 159 424 Kindean, gur.

127 210
Barbarism
144 letter

76 Foreigners
99 198 King, gen.

407
Barney, Joshua
295 423 Chesapeake frigate 114 118 950 Forsyth, captain

L
Barharities of the enemy 379 263 269 276 290 303 374 Fort George 232 239 260 352 Larabee, lient
"Belligerent rights".
53 Cherokee Indians 96 196 420 Forty nilo crrek

307 Laws of the U.S. list of 18 365
Beaver Dams
324 372 387 Chicago

160 Fox, the privateer

390 -concerning arined vessels 42
Bernadotte
300 Cheeves, a seaman

13 Franklin Dr.
350 Laly Furnisoil, a prize

50
and Sweden 302 Chilicotte

417 Frolic, the, ser Wash and Frulir. Law cases 59, 109, 385, 39?
Birthier
360 Chronicle, the in each number French ships of the line 16 La llogue, the

325
Bill in Congress to prohibit Claiborne's proclamation 142 French in Russia

50 Lawrence

25 102 203
exportation
8 Clay, gen.Green--gen. orders 148 state paper

249

eulogy on 303 322 358 390
Bloodhounds
98 Comet, the her prize 52-her

nomenclature

59 Legitimate princes 139 350 367
Black Rock 101 338 353 370

eruise

71
expose
185 215 301 Lar, consid

127
Bloomfield, gen.
110 Commercial monopoly 125

391 39% 412 Lewis, cal.

40
Bk dsoe, capt.
223 Company orders
307 France, U. States relations

Jewis, com.

308
Block Island
130 209 Congress, proceedings of 7 214

with

17 332 Lewisiwa 69 81 103 119 133
Bourbon troop

13
230 247 257 279 295 -- and Prrissia 217 249

164 195
Boston, illicit trade from 16

311 317 340 357 363

and the allies 327 359 Letter to Mr. Gerry and his
battle in the bay of 385

the 13th 200--the com-
Frenchtown (Md.)

reply

2:
Bonne Citoyenne 132 26-1 mittees 214-statistical

- the battle at 68 83 Bainbride. Hislop,
Kerstker, col.

353
table and list of 269 Fredericktown

182 105 Cha!!, !!ill, &c,
Boyd, gen.
353 418 Constitution and Java 13 24 103 Frigates, Ain-rican

102 cant. Lawr nem

25
Boone, col. Daniel

33
131-British remarks 162 Frost bit-cure for

40 col. Lewis'o geil. Whi.
Bunaparte's kings, princes,&c. 60 -official accotint 273

G
chester

49
speech
104 and Guerriere: British Gallatin, A.

99 377 gen. Harrison to pov.
concordat with

notices of
39 401 General staff U. S. army

145

Slor by 66-to thr se.
the Pope 110 Constitution of the U. States, General Armstrong privatecr 133

of war

190 210 332
British declaration

1 amendments proposed 318 Gerry, vice-president 21 56 202 maj. Hardin to the same 65
official accounts 10 50 52 Cockburn

402| Geors tonn

195

froin gov. Elvanis 67
licenses
13 26 Constantinople. plague at 120 Girari, Steph.

205 the sa ne to Gov. Sliby 148
and Indians

95 Connecticut election 15'- Globe privateer 149 180 guv. Husb to sir J. P.
notices of blockade 16 424 gov. S with of 189-inilitia 337 Goldshoronigh, Mr.

O B.rrsfori and reply 82
stocks 16 88 136 376 Coupe de maine

308 Goll for paper

80 gor. Meigs to general
Apprehensions 28 Circular from the treasury

Graves, Jobin B.

418
Artline

178
order in council
department

55 Gun boats 278 355 375 404 gen. Mills to admiral
general orders 45 116 261 Craney Island 278 291 324

H

Warren and ruply 183
272 273 306 338 372

403 417 Hamburg

376 408 — gen. Clay to gen. Harri-
regulations in Canada 46] Creek Indians 160 239 400 4171 Juvre de Grace 164 182 195 196 son

192 305

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