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PAC

299

Editorial and Closet Articles, in part:

Is our Commerce wortla protectir.g ? 281, 289

PAGE.

297, 305

Editor's Address to the Public,

1

Falling out of the Democrats,

282

M'Kean no Democrat- A Bull-Duane, &c. 3

Bee Fibs-Cheetham's do.--the best of men, &c. 283,
Senator Tracy-Aurora Borealis-Three Wor.

Virginia religious liberty, &c.

291
thies, a Colonel, 'Squire and Captain-Epi-

Foot, the Kuave of Clubs, &c.

taph for an expiring Bee,

11

Droll caper-Trait of Democracy, &c. 307

New Year's Addresses Reviewed, 19, 32, 40, 43

Honest sentiments where least expected-the

56, 67, 80

Contrast,

315

Democratic ideas of justice-morality of Con.

Democratic Candidate for Congress-Gun-

necticut democrats--select Toasts,

19

Boats, &c.

323

Is he honest ?

26

Bribery,

330

Anthony Pasquin-Cheetham's Arithmetic

Diplomatic Skill-Thief Letter, &c.

339

Improved Spelling, &c.

27

The greatest Election-More Speculation-

Gov. M.Kean & Co.Love of the people, 35

354

New-England - The Vice-President, &c.

43

Reply to Aristides, by Cheetham, &c.

Truth a libel still,

369

Impeachment of Judge Chase-Democratic

Genuine Republicanism-Soaring Pinions brok-

Mail carrier-Parchment-Bones for the Sa:

371

lem Register to pick,

• 51

Présidential Election-Mr. Burr,

385

Freer's Case-Mitchell wounded,

59

Gun-Boatse Art of Dunning,

387

Who shall be our next Governor ?

666

Ms. Burr.

3:3

Kemovals - Petticoat Government,

67 Puppet Shewa &c:

395

More Intrigue-Genuine Republicanism-De.

Closing Address,"“ Guilty or not Guilty," 410
macratic meanness-Bitter for the Burrites : Step by Stej -Long Strides,

411

-pill for the Lewisites-likeness of Democ.

racy,

75

Political Seledions.

A good thing—another-a wise news-monger,

83 Gov. M.Kean vs. Pennsylvania Jacobins, 2
Epitaph for the Bee-new libel law,

91 Contrast between federal and democratic ad.

New libel law considered-affairs of the nation

ministrations,

6

--affairs of the state-genuine republicanism Mr. Tracy's Speech,

12, 20, 28, 36, 45

-neat puns,

99 Short Queries to make long faces,

18

Democratic Impudence,

106 Edward Livingston's defalcation,

26

Selleck Osborn-pair of Spectacles for Lew. Home-made Reviews imported,

isites,

107 On the amendment of the Constitution-Clin.

Who shall be our next Governor ?-democrat.

ton and Burr,

50

ic sentence translated—a tickler, &c. 115 Gov. Clinton's Speech,

52

Electioneering Address examined,

122 Revolutionary Spirit-Reign of Terror,

59

The Election for Governor,

129 Statement of Exports,

77

Liberty of the Press-Poor Behrens, &c. 131 Fact honorable to Burr- Family Monopoly, 78

Truth in Evidence,

147 Sketch of politics in New-York,

82

The Louisiana Festival, &c.

163 Curious Law Case before Referees,

86

The Election for Governor,

169 Genuine Republican Address, and a translation

Democratic dissentjons in Pennsylvania-Star.

of the same into English,

90

gazing-Duane's Jubilee, old style, &c. 171 Proposals for the Ulster Gazette,

92

Captain Stargazer, &c.

179 The Judiciary in danger,

Federal Trick, &c.

187 Mr. Elliot's Letter,

106

Remarks on Tracy's Trial-Simon Medley's Judge Lewis's treatment of a jury-Remarks

paragraphs- Pun,

195 of the National Aegis on the Burrite contro-

New-England Spirit, &c.

203 versy,

114

Review of Abraham Bishop's Oration, 210, 219, 226 Licas Elmendorf 's intercepted letter, 116

Aristocracy unmasked, &c.

211 Remarks on the letter,

117

Trial of Libel Suits, Spencer vs. Croswell, 234 Memorial of Judge Chase,

124

Foote vs. Croswell, 242 Removal of the beacons at Sandy-Hook-Qual-

Ambrose Spencer, Esq.

240 ities for a Governor,

130

Ebenezer Foot, Esq. - Charles Holt, Captain, 250 Arricles of Impeachment against Jurige Chase, 133

A paragraph for the consideration of Old Sol. Inpeachment of the Pennsylvania jelges,

137

diers,

251 Leider of H. H. Breckenridge, &c.

138

General Hamilton,

257 The House that George Buil.,

144

To C. Holt, concernjog Hamiton-Horrid fact, 259 Remarks on tho purchase of Louisiana, 146

Gen. Hamilton contrasted with other eminent Mr J fferson's Impiety,

1-47

men,

265 Remarks an the impeachment of the Pennsyl-

Farther notice of Holt's attack on Hamilton &c. 266 vania Judges,

154

Singular ciicumstance relating to the Duel, 267 Ou the war with Tripoli,

155

Reply to C. Holt's Card, &c.

274

The New-England Man No. 1.

161

PAMPILET of Aristides,

3

Literary Gleanings, 5, 12, 24, 68, 85, 93, 101, 109

132, 141, 148, 165, 172, 372

Oration on the Progress of the Human Mind, 9

Political Catechism, 17, 25, 33, 42, 49, 57, 65, 73

Socrates on the subject of the l.aws,

18

Cato on the impeachment of Judge Chase, 41

Mr. Elliot,

43

Croswell's Hearing—The Libel Law,

58

William Henry Janus,

65

Speech of the Earl of Carnarvon,

69

Neutrality of the Federalists,

74

Portrait of a Courtier,

81

Philanthropis No. first and last,

84

Arsides of Columbia County to the Editor

Aristides, to the Penple. No. 1.

89

Aristides of Columbia County, No. 2.

97

A Stadent at Dutchess Academy to Philan.

thropos,

100

Aristides of Columbia County, No. 3.

105

Hint to Land- Packet-Men,

108

Aristides of Columbia County, No. 4.

113

The Minister turned Speculator,

115

A Thresher in reply to Agriculture,

116

Aristides of Columbia County, No. 5.

121

A Family Candidate,

122

!eral Eleciioneering Address,

126

y Animosity,

130

Truth advocated,

137

Knaves who imagine themselves politicians, 161

Cross-Readings,

169

Democrats the real enemies of the union, 177

Review of a Poem on Liberty and Equality, 185

The Election ; or influence behind the Throne, 193

A Federalist, 201, 209, 217, 225, 233, 273

A Friend of pure Republicanism,

251

Over heated Politicians,

268

Blank Blank, Esq. to Capt. Blank,

274

French Liberty,

276

On Calumny,

283

Corporal Trim's account of Capt. Stargazer, 291

Judge Wilson's Charge,

308

Error Corrected,

The Limner, introductory,

313

a fashionable young lady, 321

a young gentleman,

329

a profile,

845

letter of Fanny Fanciful, 353

the Shop Window, 361, 369

To the Citizens on Dulling,

321
A Bachelor's Advances,

332
Call to Quill drivers,

337
Far Sex in reply to A Bachelor,

340
A Bachelor turned of thirty,

348
Thoughts on Censure by Toby Meanwell,

357

kord to Poverty--On Friendship,

364

On Negro Slavery,

365

A Plooghman at his Fire-Side-Phocion, on

the electors,

377

A Customer, on the Consumption,

412

98

309

Plasure,

196

PAGE.

PAGB

170

The New England Man No. 2.

PAGT

on Charity,

20 Song --Epigram,

'The Now.fuglind Man No. 3.

178

0; 1;.dread of Schuls,

LV Sianzas,

The enlightened goverament of France, 181

Q: Virue,

S!?

52

158

439

Liberty of the Press, Ca52 of Mr. Tracy,

Warning to Diuisards,

60Livry on Hilliard,

188

('ra io pronunced at Campton, N. H.

408

Masim «f Epicurus,

09

The American Captive in Tripoli.

194

415

Mr. Living ro's obsequiousness to France,

Monit ry Narrative,

76

Review of ile Croswell case,

Extract of a le:ter from H. Sidney to his 99.),

Improvements, D. fcoveries, Inventions,

81

A glance at French afairs-Massachusetts A-

On decorum of craracter,

92

Recipes, &c.

mendment,

202

On reading för Improvement,

100

On Preserving Ships,

5

Tracy's Trial,

204 Fragmeui, 011 Cards,

108

Irirement in ship-building-Plan of Insurance, 44

M. Croswell's Parchment,

206 Ar of Tirinling,

139, 140, 149, 156, 164

Imprred Windmill,

80

New.Hampshire Federalizm,

210 Of the excellency of Religion,

172

Internal Machine,

112

Affair of the Cambrian Frigate,

213

Extract from a letter of Earl Strafford to his so!', 130

Seam Saw. Mill-Cotion Manufacto:y, 149

Review of the Sermon of Amphiaraus,

218

On Benevence, -

188 Proposed improveinent in the passage of Hell-

Virginia Policy Advice to Federal Essayisés, 229 Extract from Dr. Price's sermon,

196 gae-new inven:ed Bedstead new sounding

Of General Armstrong's appointment,

261 On Slavery,

21?

instrument,

165

Constitution Mending,

277 Power of C oscience,

220 Improvements on the Potomac,

173

New French Constitution,

278 The true ambition ofan honest mind,

229 Patent Hemp and Flax Break-Straw Bon.

Inpressment of American Seamen-Thoughts Letter of Bishop Moore concerning the death

ne's and Suspenders-Recipe to prevent rust, 180

on a Spanish war,

290 cf General Hamilton,

236 Mowing Machine-invention for the use of

Of dignity in office,

S01 Mr. Mason's ler er on the death of Hamilton, 252

shipping,

200

Common Law on Libels in England,

S06 Pride not charitable,

268

Directions for preserving meat,

208

Affairs with Spain-Com.ecticut Elec:ion, 314 Extracts from Mr. Nott's Sermon, 276, 284, 292

Directions for purifying ships,

253

Marquis de casa Yrujo and Major Jackson, 324 On the misapplication f time and talents, 300

New Rudder,

276

10, 516

Reflections on the goodness of God,

308 Machine for topping Grain-Thrashing Mill, 300

War with Spain,

325 The Monitor on Life and Deain,

316 Improved Fire-Place,

308, 399

Art of Governnent,

327 Monstrous oppressors of the people,

324

Patent Auger,

316

Extraci from Gov. Trumbull's Speech, 347 Lesson to Tipplers, by A Grocer,

332 Recipe for the Consumption,

384

Ex:ract froin Gov. Tichenor's Sneech,

354

Tippler reformed,

348 Diversity, Miscellaneous Selections, &c.

Apporiionm«nt of the Louisiana Purchase, 361 Close of Life considered,

364 Financial Skill-Anecdote of Dr. Graham- IS

Grv. Lewis's Speech,

352 Thoughts on Death,

388

Infidel wit repulsed-Anecdote of Shuter, 24

President's Message,

372 On Religion,

396 Sublime Poetry-old times-road to Kentucky, 48

Political reflections by an old Observer, 37 Striking Occurrence,

412

Mineral Springs–Market of fair Circassians- 61

Mediterranean Afairs,

39.

Wreath.

Anecdote of Goldsmith- Madeira,

69

An Ainerican's Address to Congress,

401

Newsboy's Address,

8 American Antiquities

85

Treasurer's Report,

Ode to Mercy,

16 Origin of the Janizaries, &c.

96

Virginia Policy-Passing T'rilzute,

410

Description of an Old Farm,

24 Anecdotes of Vcltaire,

104

Agricultural

Ballad for Burns' Birth Day,

48 State Balances-Prize Poetry,

112

Culture of Indian Corn,

4.powais of Viriue-A compliment,

64 Extract from Commodore Truxton's Will, 120

Peach Trees,

sål. Lifc- The Ivy,

72 Sketch of William Vans Murray Esq.

141

Of Smoking Seed Corn,

ract from an unfinished Poem, by Selleck The Lay Preacher,

145, 153

Me:hod of preserving Peach Trees,

Osborn-Epitaph,

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

Iecipe for curing Hams,

:Ode on seeing a Negro Funeral-Dıunkard bu- Female Army of Reserve-wonderful shooting, 152

Forsyth on Trees,

tc ricd alive,

96 Anecdote of Washington-of Gen. Wayne-

Grafiing Old Apple Trees,

Castle Duilding,

104

Pride humbled--venerable tortoise,

157

Quince Trees,

76: Peace of Mind, by Cowper-lines from an old

The Hangman outwitted, &c.

100

Extract from Forsyth,

92

English writer,

112 Hunting of Tigers in Bengal-Walking in

New Wheat,

100

New song to an cld inne-Lines on the French

Sleep-Moorish Gratitude,

168

Agricul'ure, en Threshing Machines,

108 revolution-Epitaph,

120 The Porter Brewery, London,

172

Flas'er of Paris,

116

128

The Man of pleasure-Double disappointment, 181

On Manures,

152

Song by Burns--Anecdote,

136 Extract from the ancient records of Massachu.

Recipe for destroying Verinin on Plants, 140 The Ruins, by Selleck Osborn-Epigram,

144 setts.

184

Des ription of the Gang Picugh,

143

Description of a storm,

152

Beb Rousem's Epistle to Bonaparte,

192

On the culture of Cabbages,

156 Vir: uehe month of May,

160

Full lengih Portrait-Effects of Slavery, 197

Substitute for Hay,

164 A Tale,

168 Resuscitation of a person struck by lightning,

212

172

Utility of Frost Conductors,

The Soldier's Dream-Epigrams,

176

220

Female swindler at Vienna,

Directions for preventing i he blasting of Pear What is Glory? Wholesome Advice,

184 Extract from Carr's Suranger in France,

Trees,

180

192

The Magpie ard her Brood,

221

French conspiracies on the Slave Trade'

Meth.d for preserving Clover Hay,

188 A Paine-ful Tale.-The Street was a ruin, 200 Antiquiiy discovered at Boston,

936

Ilint so Farmers,

196 Ode to Scottish Patriots,

208 Correspondence between Hamilton & Burr, 237, 244

On making Hay,

Song for the 4th of july-Imitation from the Original Anecdote concerning Lebanon Meet-

Greck,

Method to prevent smut from damaging wlieat, 212

216 ing-House-Sick List from Washington, 240

Plaster of Paris on Potatces,

220 New Yankee Doodle for the 4th of Julv-Lines Morris' Funeral Oration on Hamilton's death, 141

Method of raising Heni?

228

224

to ihe inemory of W. V, Murray, Esq.

245

Hamilton's Will,

Method of pr pigating Cucumbers,

276

Bannock Buri-the Dress of 1700,

232 Resuscitation of a man struck by lightning,

Destruction of the Hessian Fly,

232 The Dector did his apprentice,

240 Boois-refinement in naines,

260

On the inanagement of Cider,

248

208

Tie Gave of Hamilion.

Sketch of Hanilon by Fisher Ames,

268

New Preparation of Flax,

272

Lines written in illness --Epigram on Bonaparte, 256 Paine and Pindar,

OF Turn ps,

276

Birth-day Thoughts-Epitaph,

264 A good josemite Bier Bit,

Insects in Wheat,

S4 Tears of Columbia,

272 Resuscitation of a drowned child-Letter of

Me hod of Heading Ca!bages in Winder, 292

The Philosophical Farnier,

280 Gineral Lee,

Ne hod of destroying 'lie Hessian Fly,

SU

288

292

Stanzas applicalle to Hamilton-Epigrams,

Washington of Hamilton,

SU8

293

Directions to Cier Makers,

The greater the Truth the greater the Libel, Prospectus of the Monthly Register,

316

Wheat up on Clover,

501

Canto the first,

Superstitiou: credulity,

Caution to Farmers.

324

Lines to the memory of Mrs. Rebecca Knight, 343 Hermitess of North Salem,

317

A Premium-new l-lough-potatoes, food for Uncertainty of Human Expectations-Gratitude 504 Benevolence-Bust of Hamilton-Lordon,

Sheep

512

320

Solil quy in Algiers,

French Trial, &c.

Hirts on Maintig (ider,

340

Parar hiase of an ode of Horace,

320 Natural Bridge,

348

On Sed Coin,

328

349

Odeon Gen. Hamilton-Epigrams,

Review of Hannah Barnard's Narrative,

356

Food fir Carie,

336

356

The Godfnch and Linnet,

Union College,

Er vinents in Agriculture, 364, 372, 380, 389, 396

344

3F0

Gun-B ải, No. 1 by Tag,

Arecdote---singular letter of resignation,

Usefu! Hin:,

40%

352

972

Pride of the Navy, or Gun-Boat, No. 1.

Sketch of Hamilton,

412

Egyptian Wheat,

S80

360

Sonnet to an Amiable Girl---Julia Maria,

Osage Indians,

Monitorial.

Epigram-loscription for the topib of Mrs. British Spy in Boston,

Lesson for Nations,

4. Pidgeon- Anecdore of Lord Thurlow, 363

A faithful Dog-Sailing Carriage--Ca:e in law, 3:2

Benetics of Rcflection,

12 Ode io Sickness,

Original Arcidote.

230

285

296

316

3.3

388, 3:36

376

401

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