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at custom-house, i. 699.

Annual Reports. " See Departments.
perjury in, i. 116, 695. See Perjury. Apparel and Baggage,
Agents, Public. See Accounts,

exempt from duties, i. 661; v. 560.
accounts, how settled, i. 441 ; ii. 535, 817 ; Appeals,

n. 366, 487, 567, 688, 695, 723, 770; iv. from district to circuit court, i. 79, 83, 84 ;
246; v. 31.

î. 244; v. 539.
in army and navy, to give bonds, ii. 136, from a district court to a circuit court of
536.

another district, ini. 462; v. 177, 210.
of treasury, appointment and duties, iii. 592. from a district court sitting as a circuit
Indian. See Indian Affairs.

court to supreme court, i. 77, 78 ; ii.
military, appointment and duties, ii. 135, 598 ; iv. 192; v. 504.
136 ; v. 117.

from circuit courts to supreme court, i. 84,
Aid-de-Camp. See Army, p. 806.

85; ii. 244 ; ii. 481, 482 ; v. 539.
Alabama, Territory of,

from courts of District of Columbia. See
establishment and government of, iii. 371, District of Columbia, III.
417, 463.

when new evidence admitted on appeals,
Alabama, State of,

ü. 244.
establishment of, iii. 489, 564.

from territorial courts ; in Florida, iv 46.
district court established in, iii. 564.

Arkansas, iv. 262.
admission into the Union, iii. 608.

in case of applications for patents, i. 322,
representation in Congress, iii. 492; iv. 323; v. 120, 354.
516; v. 491.

in case of adjudications upon land claims,
acts of, assented, iv. 23, 308.

iv. 53, 255, 101.
marshal for northern district, iv. 399.

in case of custom-house appraisements, iv.
compact between Alabama and Mississippi, 409; v. 564.
v. 116, 727.

Apothecary-General and Assistants,
boundaries of, iii. 489 ; iv. 479.

appointment and duties, iii. 570, 522.
payment to, v. 506, 606.

See Army.
lands in. See Lands, Public,

Appointments,
Ale,

how made, i. 17.
importation of, regulated, i. 262, 701. .Apportionment of Representation,
Alexandria City,

before the first census, i. 10, 11, 191.
charter, ii. 255; iv. 76, 77, 162 ; v. 599. under the first census, (1790,) i. 253.
authorized to cut a canal, ii. 752.

second

(1800,) ii. 128.
authorized to subscribe to any improvement

third (1810,) ii. 669.
sanctioned by Congress, iv. 164.

fourth "

(1820,) ii. 651, 652.
subscription to Chesapeake and Ohio Canal,

fifth

(1830,) iv. 516.
iv. 294 ; v. 31.

sixth (1840,) v. 491.
inspection, iv. 44, 519.

special acts on the admission of different
bills issued by, iv. 742.

states, i. 191, 492; ii. 175, 703; 11. 290.
See District of Columbia.

349, 430, 492, 555, 645; v. 50, 51, 743.
Alexandria County,

provisions of the constitution respecting,
established, ii. 105.

i. 10.
county rates, iv. 43.

Appraisement and Appraisers,
real estate in, subject to debts, ii. 756.

general appointment and duties of apprais-
levy court of, iv. 43.

ers, ii. 434, 734, 735, 736.
inspection of flour in, iv. 44.

where ad valorem duty, appraisement to be
See District of Columbia.

made by whom and how, iv. 274, 409,
Alexandria Canal Co.,

591 ; v. 563, 564, 566.
amendment of charter, v. 674.

secretary of treasury to establish rules of
appropriation for, v. 190.

appraisement, iv. 411, 592.
Alexandria and Leesburg Turnpike Co.,

reappraisement, when, iv. 409.
charter of, iii. 5.

rule as to average value, iv. 409, 593.
Algerines,

appeal to the collector, iv. 409; v. 561.
act to protect commerce against, iii. 230. power of appraisers, iv. 592.
Algiers,

ad valorem duties, how estimated, iv. 593.
consul at, i. 533.

duties to be assessed on value of goods at
Aliens. See Naturalization.

port of entry, iv. 630.
suit by and against, i. 78, 79, 80.

in cases of damaged goods, i. 665 ; iii. 437,
Alien Enemies,

737.
removal and restraint of, i. 577 ; ii. 781. of goods, &c. seized, i. 395. 695, 696.
Allotment of Circuits by Judges,

of goods taken in execution, i. 335.
of supreme court, i. 253, 333; ii. 157, 158, Appropriations,
244, 471 ; v. 178, 507.

for army and for military academy. See
Altering Public Documents. See Forgery.

Army, p. 901. West Point,
Ambassadors. See Ministers, Public,

for navy. See Nary.
suits by and against, i. 18, 80.

for fortifications, pensions, and Indian af.
writs against, illegal, i. 117, 118.

fairs, (except when included in a general
assault, &c., on, punished, i. 118.

appropriation bill.) See Fortifications,
Amendment by Courts,

p. 924. Pensions, p. 943. Indian Aifairs,
of process and pleadings, i. 91.
American Antiquarian Society,

for internal improvements. See Roads and
p'ıb. doc. to be presented to, iii. 248.

Cunuls, p. 947. Narigation, p. 939. Cum.

p. 927.

p. 944,

berland Road, p. 917. Ports and Harbors, statute of, affirmed, iv. 262.

qualification of voters, iv. 526. .
for the public buildings. See Public Build-

(2.) State of,
ings.

received into the Union, v. 50, 58.
for lighthouses, beacons, &c. See Light- provisions for the execution of the laws of
houses.

the U. S. therein, v. 51.
general and special civil and diplomatic propositions offered to, in relation to lands,

appropriation bills ; Vol. i. in 1789, 95 ; salt springs, &c., v. 51, 58.
1790, 104, 185 ; 1791, 190, 214; 1792, jurisdiction of district court extended, v.
226, 284 ; 1793, 325, 339; 1794, 342, 394 ; 147.
1795, 405, 438; 1796, 445, 459, 492, 493; note of acts respecting, iii. 493.
1797, 498, 516, 534, 551; 1798, 542, 609, authorized to sell school lands, v. 600.
611; 1799, 717, 7:23.

jurisdiction of crimes in the Indian Terri-
Vol. i.; in 1800, 62, 83 ; 1801, 117, 131,

tory, v. 680.
147; 1802, 148, 184, 192; 1803, 202, 210; representatives in Congress. See Appor.
1804, 264, 273, 307; 1805, 307, 316; 1806, tionment,
384, 389; 1807, 432; 1808, 462, 468,491; Armories. See Arsenals.
1809,520,552 ; 1810, 557,569; 1811,614, Arms,
643 ; 1812, 636, 734 ; 1813, 791, 823.

lost in service of U. S., payment for. See
Vol. iii.; in 1813, 81; 1814, 93, 106, Property,
139, 152 ; 1815, 206, 235 ; 1816, 277, 340; right of the people to keep and bear, i. 21.
1817, 352, 393; 1818, 418; 1819, 496 ; Arins and Ammunition,
1820, 555, 601; 1821, 628; 1822, 668; temporary non-exportation of, i. 369, 444,
1823, 721, 757.

520, 549.
Vol. iv.; in 1824, 3, 11, 79 ; 1825, 79, supply to militia, i. 576 ; ii. 490 ; üi. 320.
85, 102, 124, 137; 1826, 137, 142, 154, 158, appropriation for, ii. 473, 490; iii. 320.
162 ; 1827, 208; 1828, 216, 247, 297, 302; Armed Merchant Ships,
1829, 323, 336; 1830, 377,427; 1831, 435, regulations of, ii. 342; iii. 450.
452; 1832, 506, 580, 599, 609 ; 1833, 609, captures by, iii. 513.
619; 1834, 672, 689; 1835, 760.

Army,
Vol. v. ; in 1836, 2, 62, 112; 1837, 163, former establishment recognized and adapt-
207; 1838, 216, 264, 312; 1839, 312, 318, ed to the constitution, i. 95.
339; 1840, 367, 371, 410; 1841, 410, 421, obsolete general acts, i. 119, 222, 241, 246,
437, 451, 461, 469; 1842, 469, 470, 475, 279, 366, 390, 430, 483, 507, 552, 557, 567,
498, 528, 537, 545, 546, 579, 585, 586 ; 725, 749; 11. 7, 38, 85, 206, 290, 669, 696,
1843, 598, 601, 630 ; 1844, 651, 663, 668, 735, 742, 764, 788, 791, 794, 801, 804, 819;
669, 681 ; 1845, 739, 752.

iii. 3, 34, 39, 74, 96, 113, 128, 146.
unexpended appropriations to be carried to provisional and temporary, i. 553, 569 ; ii.
the surplus fund, i. 437 ; iii. 568.

419, 481, 670, 671, 695, 704, 784.
transfer of, ii. 535 ; ii. 563; v. 223, 380, acts for regulation of, i. 279, 749; ii. 132,
533, 597, 645, 678.

536, 735, 816; ii. 113, 203, 460, 568, 615,
money not to be paid to any one in arrears, 721 ; v. 256, 308.
iii. 763; iv. 246.

peace establishment, (present,) ii. 132, 290,
for mission to Panama, iv. 158.

481 ; 111. 113, 297, 426, 427, 460, 614, 686;
in what currency to be paid, iv. 699, 771.

v. 256, 308, 512, 654.
estimates for, ii. 568; v. 80, 525, 526, 537, rules and articles for government of, ii. 359 ;
693.

iv. 417.
title of appropriation bills, v. 537.

Scott's general regulation for, iii. 616, 686.
fiscal year changed, v. 537.

act of 1833 to increase the military establish-
$150,000.00 to be appropriated annually for

ment, v. 256.
surveys, v. 454.

act of 1842 to reduce the military establish-
Arbitrators,

ment, v: 512, 654.
in patent cases, i. 322, 323.

additional pay masters may be appointed, v.
Arkansas,

117, 259.
for provisions as to lands in. See Lands, office of commissary-general of purchases
Public.

abolished, v. 513.
(1.) Territory of

who may be enlisted, ii. 135, 792, 795; iii.
establishment and government of, iii. 493, 146; iv. 647 ; v. 260.
565 ; iv. 332, 401.

bounty to recruits, ii. 135, 788, 792; ii. 3.
western boundary fixed, iv. 40.

mileage on discharge, ii. 135.
seminary of learning in, iii. 407; iv. 235, flogging abolished, ii. 735.
661.

equivalent for forage, ii. 34.
road in. See Roads,

supplies for, iii. 427 ; iv. 780.
provisions as to courts, iii. 495; iv. 52, 261, may be employed to enforce the neutrality
262, 399, 473, 506.

acts, v. 214.
boundary line between Arkansas and Lou- officers not to be employed in civil works
isiana, iv. 276.

of internal improvements, v. 260.
compensation of governor, members of le- pay and rations, i. 96, 119, 222, 241, 366,
gislature, &c., üi. 495 ; iv. 303, 506.

330, 721 ; 11. 132, 481, 671, 718, 735, 781,
certain acts of the governor, James Miller, 819; iji. 112, 128, 297, 423, 439, 488; iv
confirmed, iv. 18.

227, 617; v. 236, 308, 513.
certain acts of the governor, John Pope, pay of brevet officers, iii. 427; v. 352.
confirmed, v. 208.

assignment of pay in, void, i. 230

exemptions from arrest for debts, i. 751; ïi. all appropriations for the army limited to
136, 137, 674, 788.

two years, i. 14.
forage of officers, ini. 34, 299.

Arraignment,
pay on fatigue duty, iii. 488.

of offenders, i. 118, 119; iv. 118, 777.
staff in, i. 721 ; ii. 819; iii. 297, 426. Arrears. See Accounts, Public.
engineers' and artillerists' department-- of pay in the war of 1812, iii. 460.

(obsolete acts,) i. 366, 552; ii. 206; ini. Arrest,
342; iv. 607; – (acts in force,) ii. 133, exemption of soldiers from, i. 751 ; ii. 136,
137, 720; iii. 614; v. 256, 308.

137, 674, 788.
ordnance department in, ii. 732 ; iii. 115, in civil cases, i. 79; v. 321.
203, 299, 615; iv. 504 ; v. 238, 513.

removal of persons from one district to
quartermaster's department -

another, i. 91.
obsolete regulations, ii. 674 ; iii. 297.

in criminal cases, i. 91.
regulations in force, iii. 426, 615; iv. 173, bail, when admitted on, i. 91.
v. 257.

exemption of seamen and marines from, in
commissary department, i. 299, 427, 582, public service, i. 596.
615 ; iv. 360, 730.

exemption of artificers in public service
medical department, i. 721 ; ii. 132; iii. from, ii. 62.
570, 615 ; iv. 550, 714.

in District of Columbia. See District of
pensions to invalids and widows. See

Columbia.
Pensions.

Arsenals and Armories,
to suppress insurrections, and enforce laws, establishment and regulation of, i. 352, 555;
i. 384 ; ii. 443; ii. 200, 449; iv. 634.

ii. 61, 490; iii. 204, 205 ; v. 260, 512, 513.
adjustment of arrears of pay, iii. 460.

on western waters, ii. 241; iii. 788.
mode of supply, iv. 360, 780.

in Georgia, iv. 178.
deserters in time of peace, how punished, at St. Louis, (Missouri,) iv. 179.
iv. 418, 648.

at Augusta, (Maine,) iv. 241.
number and pay of surgeons and assistant on Mobile or Pensacola Bay, iv. 304.

surgeons increased, iv. 550, 714; v. 117, at Springfield, (Mass.,) iv. 424; v. 17, 260,
260, 513.

512,719.
term of enlistment and pay, iv. 647.

near Fayetteville, (N. C.,) v. 47.
defence of frontiers provided for, iv. 652, at Charleston, (S. C.,) v. 66.
v. 258.

office of superintendent abolished, v. 512.
pay of volunteer and militia corps in the at Harper's Ferry, iv. 680; v. 260, 512, 720
service, v. 259.

Arson,
president may accept service of volunteers in forts, navy-yards, &c., iv. 115.

and raise additional regimont of mounted in the District of Columbia, iv. 448.
dragoons, v. 32.

Artificers,
additional paymasters to be appointed, v. corps of, established, (obsolete,) ij. 710.
117.

in public service, offences of, ii. 61, 62.
president may appoint assistant adjutant- enticement of, ii. 61, 62.
general, v. 257.

Artillerists. See Army.
commissariat of subsistence, v. 258.

Assaults,
chaplain and schoolmaster at posts, v. 259. felonious, iv. 121, 122.
professor of chemistry, &c., v. 259.

on ambassadors, i. 118.
reward for reënlistment, v. 260.

on mail carriers, iv. 108.
organization of companies, v. 512.

in District of Columbia, iv. 448.
appropriations for the military service ; Assays,

Vol. i. in 1789, 95 ; 1790, 104, 185; 1791, annual, of foreign coins, iii. 779; iv. 681,
224, 228; 1793, 328; 1794, 346, 404 ; 700. See Mint.
1795, 438; 1796, 450, 493 ; 1797, 508; Assent of Congress,
1798, 563, 575, 609; 1799, 741.

to acts of states. See those states respec.
Vol. ii. in 1800, 66; 1801, 108; 1802, tively.
131, 183 ; 1803, 227; 1804, 249; 1805, Assessment,
315; 1806, 408; 1807, 412; 1808, 470, of damages in actions on bonds, &c., i. 87
473, 497; 1809, 545; 1810, 563 ; 1811, of taxes. See Tar.
615; 1812, 674, 678, 632, 683, 781, 787; Assignees of Choses in Actions,
1813, 822.

in what cases may sue in courts of United
Vol. i. in 1814, 104, 152; 1815, 222, States, i. 79.
251 ; 1816, 257, 330 ; 1817, 345, 378; in cases of insolvency, priority to United
1818, 405, 407, 463, 478; 1819, 480 ; States, i. 263, 515, 676.
1820, 539, 562; 1821, 612, 633; 1822, Assignment,
652, 686; 1823, 748, 749.

of pension, invalid, i. 245; ii. 377; iii. 411 ;
Vol. iv. in 1824,8, 36; 1825, 82; 1826, iv. 270, 530; v. 128, 303.
150; 1827, 214; 1828, 237, 314; 1829, of rights under act for armed occupatior
348, 355; 1830, 374, 397, 424 ; 1831, 465 ; of Florida, invalid, v. 503.
1832, 501, 532, 594 ; 1833, 641, 642; of certificates of locations for military ser
1834, 673; 1835, 746, 747.

vices, invalid, ii. 729 ; v. 497.
Vol. v. in 1836, 1, 6, 8, 17, 29, 33, 65 ; of certificates of purchase of land author.
1837, 135, 148, 152, 205; 1838, 209, 224,

ed, iv. 496.
241 ; 1839, 351, 356, 357, 359 ; 1840, 404 ; of pay of soldiers, invalid, i. 280.
1841, 433, 458; 1842, 508, 522; 1843, Attachment,
604; 1844, 678, 696; 1845, 745, 800.

of goods, i. 87, 276.

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of garnishees, iii. 443.

Bank of Potomac, (D. C.) ï. 633; ü. 570, 620 ;
Attacks,

v. 1, 69, 232, 449.
piratical, iii. 513; iv. 115.

Bank of the United States,
Attainder,

first bank, i. 191, 196, 573 ; ï. 274,423, 695.
states forbidden to attaint, i. 15.

second bank, charter of, üi. 269, 508; v. 48.
effect of, i. 18.

frauds on, punished, iii. 275, 276, 508.
Attorney-General,

loan office, duties by, iii. 361; v. 8, 9.
appointment and duties, i. 93, 523; iv. 416; bribery of president and directors, iii. 508.
V. 468.

frauds in elections punished, iii. 508.
compensation of, i. 72, 215, 281, 730, 497, forgery of notes of, iii. 275.

523; ii. 152, 250, 456, 713; iij. 309, 484; false plates of bills of, in. 276.
iy. 416.

laws authorizing the U. S. Bank to pay
oath of, i. 93.

pensions repealed, v. 16.
Attorneys, District. See District Attorneys, p. notes of, receivable by U. S. iii. 274. Re-
918.

pealed, v. 48.
Auditors. See Department of Treasury.

secretary of the treasury to act as agent
reorganization and duties of, iii. 366, 487. of the U. S. in regard to property in the
Auction,

bank, v. 56.
duties on goods at. See Duties, Internal, directors of the bank to furnish statements

to him, v. 56.
Augmentation of Armaments,

secretary of the treasury authorized to
by foreign ships, prohibited, iii. 448. See settle for U. S. stock in, v. 200.
Neutrality.

suits by, not to abate on expiration of
Authentication,

charter, v. 211.
of public acts and records, i. 122; ii. 298. sale of two bonds of, authorized, v. 296.
of records of revolutionary court of appeals, Bank of Washington, ii. 625 ; iii. 570, 618; v. í,
i. 279.

69, 232, 449.

Bankruptcy,
B.

power to pass bankrupt laws, i. 13.

first bankrupt act, ii. 19, 92, 164. Re.
Babbitt's Anti-attrition Metal,

pealed, ii. 248.
purchase of, v. 547.

bankrupt act of 1841, v. 440. Repealed,
Baggage,

v. 614.
exemption from duty, i. 661 ; v. 560. Banks,
Bail,

charters of, in District of Columbia. See
in criminal cases, i. 91, 334.

that title, II.
in civil cases, i. 278.

no act of any territory incorporating banks,
surrenders by, i. 727.

to go into effect until approved by Con-
in suits for duties and penalties, i. 676.
by.whom taken, i. 278, 334; ij. 679; iii. 350. issue of bills after expiration of charter
by clerks, i. 278.

forbidden, v. 297.
by commissioners, i. 334 ; ï. 679; iii. 350. Barbary Powers,
by judges, i. 91, 334.

consuls to, i. 256.
for good behavior, i. 609 ; v. 214.

acts for protection against, ii. 129, 291, 39).
excessive, not to be required, i. 21.

consuls to, ï. 608. See Mediterranean
discharged in cases removed from state Passport.
courts, i. 79.

Barges, Public,
under neutrality acts, v. 214.

to be built, iii. 3.
in District of Columbia. See that title, p. Beacons. See Buoys.
920.

Beer, Porter, and Ale,
Bainbridge, Captain,

importation of, regulated, i. 701
rewards to, for captures, ii. 818, 831. Bell, Wm. H.,
Baltimore,

purchase of his patents, v. 126.
port duty, ii. 103, 316; iii. 125, 665; v. Benefit of clergy,
602.

not allowed, i. 119.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad,

Biddle, Captain James,
branch to Washington authorized, iv. 268, reward and medal for capture of the Pen.
476, 672, 757.

guin, iii. 254, 341.
Bank Bills and Notes.

Bill of Rights, i. 21.
No bank notes under ten dollars, and after | Bills of Banks,

3d March, 1837, none under twenty dol- issue of, after expiration of charter, forbid-
lars, to be paid by the U. States, v. 9. den, v. 297.
Repealed, v. 440.

when receivable for public dues, v. 9, 440,
issue of by dead corporations forbidden, v. Bills of Credit,
297.

issue of by states, prohibited, i. 15.
Bank of Alexandria, (D. C.) ii. 621 ; iii. 570, Bills of Exchange,
618; v. 4, 254.

when suable in courts of U. S., i. 79.
Bank of Columbia, (D. C.) iii. 570, 618, 619; v. Blakely, Captain Johnston,
4, 321.

medal to, iii. 246.
Bank of the Metropolis, (D. C.) iii. 387, 570, loss of, at sea, m. 295.
618; v. 1, 69, 232, 449.

Blue-Book,
Bank of Milwaukie, (Wisc.) v. 198.

register of office-holders to be published,
Bank of Mineral Point, (Wisc.) v. 198.

jjj. 342; iv. 608.

gress, v. 61.

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Books,

į Brools, Lisztenss! Jote,
copyright of. See Copyright.

beder to bs representattes for his brasery
of saitsis, when to be produced in court, i. on Lake Erie, ini. 141.

Brothertour indians,
duty on, 5. 557, 560.

their laod to be part tioned among thea,
Bonds, Penal,

v. 34.
jedzmients in equity on, i. 87.

to be citizens of the l'. s, 7.351.
for dites, how suable, &c. i 676.

Broum, Major-Geneti',
of pubic cicers, regaiated, ini. 562.

thanks t9, 00 zod coeduct in bariles in
of secretary of senaie, H. 212.

Upper Canada, ii. 247.
of citrk or boske of representatives, m. 212. Bullion,
of consuls, 1. .

at pint, i. 243;5.12.
of clerks of courts, i. 76.

expense of test to be deducted from bacoa,
of marshals, i. -7;11. 372.

iv. 27.
of officers of mint, i. 341.

gold and silver to be separated at the er.
of pursers in navy, si. 506; ii. 350.

pense of part;, is. 275.
of surveyor-general, 11. 6.7.

buita nii in eaded for coinage may be
of postmasters, iv. 13; v. 82.

assared, ir. 275.
of public officers increased, an. 522.

deduction of one ball per cent, iv. 760.
Boundaries,

bullion at mint, v. 135.
between l'. S. and Mexico, iv. 538.

to be assared, F. 13).
western boundary of Arkansas, iv. 40.

charges to which depositor is subjected, 5.
between Arkansas and Louisiana, iv. 276.

139.
between C. S. and British provinces, v. payment for, when and how to be made,
412, 413.

v. 140.
running the line fixed by treaty of 1842, copper bullion to be bought, 5. 141.
with Great Britain, v. 623.

Buoys, Beacons, Columns, Monuments, Piers,
Bounty. See Military Bounty Lands.

and Spindles,
on fisheries -

establishment and support of, i. 53, 137,
obsolete acts, i. 27, 229, 260, 533, 692 ; 251, 353, 426; and see Lighthouses, p.
ii. 36, 436.

933.
acts in force, iii. 49, 234, 314, 351, 417, Adam's Fall, m. 599.
520; iv. 33.

Allen's Rocks, iv. 289.
See Collection of Duties.

Annapolis, iv. 490.
for destroying enemy ships, (obsolete,) ü. Annisquam Harbor, iv. 345.
816.

Appalachicola Bay, iv. 491, 760.
for prisoners of war, (obsolete,) iii. 81, 105. Auld's Rock, iv. 345.
to Canadian volunteers, iii. 236, 301, 393, Bantam Ledte, v. 2-9.
611.

Barnstable Harbor, îi. 828.
on enlistment in army, ii. 135; iv. 647; v. Bass River, iv. 229, 343, 381, 720; T.
260.

239.
to militia, i. 408, 414.

Beach Point, ï. 647; ii. 110.
in navy, ii. 53.

Beaufort, iv. 90.
Brandy,

Bergen Point, v. 290.
in what casks imported, i. 701 ; iv. 235, 373. Beverly Harbor, ii. 612, 659, 828; in.
drawback on brandy, iv 373.

110, 316, 357.
Breakwater,

Billop's Point Shoal, v. 290.
to be constructed in Delaware Bay, iv. 290. Bishop Rock, iv. 345.
Breed Animals,

Black Rock Harbor, iv. 347.
to be free from duty, v. 561.

Bluff Shoal, ini. 698.
Breret Rank, ii. 366.

Boon Island, i. 730.
by consent of senate, iii. 427.

Boston Harbor, i. 516; ü. 611; iii. 535;
pay and emoluments, iii. 427.

iv. 345, 759.
Bribery,

Bowbill Ledge, v. 289.
of judges, i. 117.

Branford Harbor, iv. 172.
of officers of customs, i. 46, 175, 695.

Brant Island Shoal, iii. 698.
of president and directors of U. S. Bank, Bridgeport Harbor, ii. 406; iv. 230.
iii. 509.

Bristol Ferry, iv. 61.
British Colonies,

Brothers, iii. 644.
trade regulated and interdicted with, iü. 432. Brunswick Harbor, v. 291.
ports of U. S. closed against British vessels Buffalo Creek, iv. 175.
coming from, iii. 602.

Buffalo, iv. 230, 276, 381, 648.
no merchandise to be imported therefrom, Bunker's Ledge, v. 289.

unless wholly of the growth of, &c., iii. Buzzard's Bay, ii. 57.
602.

Cape Elizabeth, ii. 659.
ports of U. S. to be open to British vessels, Cape Fear Inlet, i. 607.
directly from, iii. 740.

Cape Hatteras, iij. 672.
president, on the adoption of certain meas- Cape Lookout, iii. 672.
ures by the British government, to open

Castine bor, iv. 759.
ports of the U. S. on reciprocal terms, Castle Island, iv. 61.
iy. 419.

Cayahoga River, iv. 134.
proclamations respecting trade with, vols. Charleston Harbor, i. 251 ; ii. 599; iv
j. & iv. Appendix.

346, 512, 760.

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