Editorial and Closet Articles, in part:
Is our Commerce wortla protectir.g ? 281, 289
Editor's Address to the Public,
Falling out of the Democrats,
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.
thies, a Colonel, 'Squire and Captain-Epi-
Foot, the Kuave of Clubs, &c.
taph for an expiring Bee,
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
Democratic ideas of justice-morality of Con.
Democratic Candidate for Congress-Gun-
necticut democrats--select Toasts,
Is he honest ?
Anthony Pasquin-Cheetham's Arithmetic
Diplomatic Skill-Thief Letter, &c.
Improved Spelling, &c.
The greatest Election-More Speculation-
Gov. M.Kean & Co.Love of the people, 35
New-England - The Vice-President, &c.
Reply to Aristides, by Cheetham, &c.
Truth a libel still,
Impeachment of Judge Chase-Democratic
Genuine Republicanism-Soaring Pinions brok-
Mail carrier-Parchment-Bones for the Sa:
lem Register to pick,
Présidential Election-Mr. Burr,
Freer's Case-Mitchell wounded,
Gun-Boatse Art of Dunning,
Who shall be our next Governor ?
Kemovals - Petticoat Government,
67 Puppet Shewa &c:
More Intrigue-Genuine Republicanism-De.
Closing Address,"“ Guilty or not Guilty," 410
macratic meanness-Bitter for the Burrites : Step by Stej -Long Strides,
-pill for the Lewisites-likeness of Democ.
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
--affairs of the state-genuine republicanism Mr. Tracy's Speech,
12, 20, 28, 36, 45
99 Short Queries to make long faces,
106 Edward Livingston's defalcation,
Selleck Osborn-pair of Spectacles for Lew. Home-made Reviews imported,
107 On the amendment of the Constitution-Clin.
Who shall be our next Governor ?-democrat.
ton and Burr,
ic sentence translated—a tickler, &c. 115 Gov. Clinton's Speech,
Electioneering Address examined,
122 Revolutionary Spirit-Reign of Terror,
The Election for Governor,
129 Statement of Exports,
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,
The Louisiana Festival, &c.
163 Curious Law Case before Referees,
The Election for Governor,
169 Genuine Republican Address, and a translation
Democratic dissentjons in Pennsylvania-Star.
of the same into English,
gazing-Duane's Jubilee, old style, &c. 171 Proposals for the Ulster Gazette,
Captain Stargazer, &c.
179 The Judiciary in danger,
Federal Trick, &c.
187 Mr. Elliot's Letter,
Remarks on Tracy's Trial-Simon Medley's Judge Lewis's treatment of a jury-Remarks
195 of the National Aegis on the Burrite contro-
New-England Spirit, &c.
Review of Abraham Bishop's Oration, 210, 219, 226 Licas Elmendorf 's intercepted letter, 116
Aristocracy unmasked, &c.
211 Remarks on the letter,
Trial of Libel Suits, Spencer vs. Croswell, 234 Memorial of Judge Chase,
Foote vs. Croswell, 242 Removal of the beacons at Sandy-Hook-Qual-
Ambrose Spencer, Esq.
240 ities for a Governor,
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,
251 Leider of H. H. Breckenridge, &c.
257 The House that George Buil.,
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,
265 Remarks an the impeachment of the Pennsyl-
Farther notice of Holt's attack on Hamilton &c. 266 vania Judges,
Singular ciicumstance relating to the Duel, 267 Ou the war with Tripoli,
Reply to C. Holt's Card, &c.
The New-England Man No. 1.
PAMPILET of Aristides,
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,
Cato on the impeachment of Judge Chase, 41
Croswell's Hearing—The Libel Law,
William Henry Janus,
Speech of the Earl of Carnarvon,
Neutrality of the Federalists,
Portrait of a Courtier,
Philanthropis No. first and last,
Arsides of Columbia County to the Editor
Aristides, to the Penple. No. 1.
Aristides of Columbia County, No. 2.
A Stadent at Dutchess Academy to Philan.
Aristides of Columbia County, No. 3.
Hint to Land- Packet-Men,
Aristides of Columbia County, No. 4.
The Minister turned Speculator,
A Thresher in reply to Agriculture,
Aristides of Columbia County, No. 5.
A Family Candidate,
!eral Eleciioneering Address,
Knaves who imagine themselves politicians, 161
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,
Over heated Politicians,
Blank Blank, Esq. to Capt. Blank,
Corporal Trim's account of Capt. Stargazer, 291
Judge Wilson's Charge,
The Limner, introductory,
a fashionable young lady, 321
a young gentleman,
letter of Fanny Fanciful, 353
the Shop Window, 361, 369
To the Citizens on Dulling,
A Bachelor's Advances,
Call to Quill drivers,
Far Sex in reply to A Bachelor,
A Bachelor turned of thirty,
Thoughts on Censure by Toby Meanwell,
kord to Poverty--On Friendship,
On Negro Slavery,
A Plooghman at his Fire-Side-Phocion, on
A Customer, on the Consumption,