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Laws-South America-Hayti-Coronation-La Fayette-Prosecti-

tion of Journals-Death of Foy-Chambers of 1826–Law of Succes.

sion-Finance-Religious Disputes—Views of the Government, 227

SPAIN in 1825. Zea Bermudez-Political condition-Disturbances-Bese

sieres rebels-Party of Don Carlos-Death of el Empecinado and

Iglesias Colombians--Infantado appointed minister-Algerine war-

Spain in 1826—Disturbances-J. G. Salmon succeeds Infantado-

Proceedings on the Portuguese frontier. PORTUGAL. Brazil in-

dependent—John dies—Constitution and Regency-Incursion from

Spain-Chaves-Aid from England,


Political condition of ITALY. Rome--Naples. AUSTRIA. Hungary.


RIA. SWEDEN. RUSSIA. Death of Alexander-Constantine

proclaimed-Abdicates in favor of Nicholas-Relations with Turkey

---Persian War,


GREECE. Dissensions-Government -Insurrection in the Morea-Pa.

tras--Preparations of the Egyptians and Turks-Messolunghi invested
-Siege of Navarino Engagements Splactina taken and Navarino
Ibrahim advances to Tripolizza-Ulysses—Events at Messolunghi,
French faction at Napoli-Egyptian feet burnt at Mondon--The
Greek fleet-Hydra threatened- Attempt at Suda—Massacre at Hy-
dra-Attempt at Alexandria.


ASIA. Burman Empire-Origin of war with Britain-Shapurce-Dood-

patlee-Ramoo-Expedition to Rangoon-Operations there--Marta-

ban taken-Bundoola beaten—State of things in 1825–Donabew,

Prome, and Arracan taken-Assau Cochar-Mortality in the English

Army-Armstice of Meeaday-Hostilities renewed-Melloon- Pagan

-Mew taken— Treaty of Peace- Bhurtpore-Netherlands-India, 281

AFRICA. Arabs in Africa-Slave Trade - Ashantee Wars-Morocco

Barbary Powers—Egypt-Rise of Mohammed Ali-Conquers Arabia

-Sennaar, &c. Policy and Government of Mohammed Ali,


Local History and Domestic Occurrences,


Executive Officers of the United States,


Diplomatic Corps,


Army Promotions,


Navy Promotions,


List of the Members of the 19th Congress,


Governors of the States and Territories,


Report on the Sinking Fund,


District Tonnage of the United States,


Summary Statement of the Exports, of the Growth, Produce and Manufac-

ture of the United States, during the year ending September 30th, 1825, 376

Statistical view of the Commerce of the United States,


Statement of the Commerce of each State and Territory,


Thermometrical Table, from April, 1825, to July, 1826,

Treaty between the United States and Colombia,
Message of the President of the United States to the 19th Congress,
Instructions to the American Minister to Great Britain, on the subject of the
boundary of the United States on the Pacific,


Letter from Mr. Rush on the same subject,


Treaty between the United States and Central America,


Message of the President concerning the Panama Mission,


Report of Mr. Clay on the same subject,


Instructions from Mr. Adams to Mr. Anderson,


Instructions from Mr. Clay to Mr. Middleton,

Letter from Mr. Middleton to Mr. Clay,

Letter from Count Nesselrode to Mr. Middleton,

Letter from Mr. Clay to Mr. Middleton,


Letter from Mr. Salazar to Mr. Clav,



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Letter from Mr. Obregon to Mr. Clay,

Letter from Mr. Canaz to Mr. Clay,

Circular of Bolivar, relative to Panama Congress,

Answer of Santander,

Answer of President of Mexico,

Letter from Secretary of State of Peru,

Resolutions of Congress of the United Provinces of Rio de la Plata,

Address of President of Mexico to the 1st Constitutional Congress,

Reply of President of Congress,

Proclamation of President of Mexico, on the capture of Ullua,

Address of President to Congress, at the extraordinary session,

Report of Secretary of State, to the Congress of Mexico,

Address of President of Mexico to Congress, at the session of 1826,

Extracts from the Message of the President of Mexico to Congress,

Message of Vice-President of Colombia to Congress,

Reply of Secretary of State of Colombia, to the Commission from Hayti,

Message from Bolivar to Congress of Peru,

Declaration of Independence of Upper Peru,

Capitulation of Ayacucho,

Message of Governor of Buenos Ayres to 5th Congress,

Act of toleration by the Congress of Buenos Ayres,

Address of the government of Banda Oriental to the Congress of Buenos


Letter from M. Garcia to the Secretary of State of Brazil,

Declaration of war by the Emperor of Brazil, against the United Provinces

of Rio de la Plata,

Proclamation of Emperor of Brazil to his troops,

'l'reaty between Portugal and Brazil,

Speech of the Emperor of Brazil to the Senate,

Acceptance by government of Brazil, of invitation to Congress at Panama,

Exposition by majority of Chilian Congress, of causes of its dissolution,

Decree of Assembly of Central America, abolishing slavery,

Proclamation of Boyer of Treaty with France,

Notice from government of Hayti to Emigrants from United States,

Speech of King of Great Britain to Parliament,

Speech on Prorogation of Parliament,

Treaty between Great Britain and Buenos Ayres,

Treaty between Great Britian and Colombia,

Letter from Mr. Canning to Spanish Ambassador, relative to Spanish Re-


Speech of King of France to Chambers,

Documents relating to succession of Alexander,

Speech of Alexander to Polish Diet,

Speech of King of Sweden before Agricultural Academy,


Corfield vs. Carral,

United States vs. De Ortega,

Martin vs. the Bank of the United States,

Lippincott & Co. vs. the United States,

Dickson, case of Divorce,


Charles C. Pinckney,

Alexander of Russia,

General Foy,

M. David,

General Suchet,

Count Rostopchin,

John 4th of Portugal,

John Adams,

Thomas Jefferson,

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