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ENTERED according to Act of Congress, in the year 1831. By GRAY & Bow EN, in the Clerk's office of the District Court of Massachusetts.
Pa UNITED STATES.–Inauguration of General Jackson.—State of Public Affairs. g
—Political Principles of President.—New Cabinet.—Removals--Opposition in Senate.—Post-office Department.—Dissensions in the Cabinet.—Controversy between the President and Vice President.—Cause and consequence thereof. .
Situation of the Country.—Claims upon France; origin of Claims.—Claims
States.—Law of 1818; of 1820.-Negotiation.—British Law of 1822.-Law of
Treaties between the United States and Cherokees.—Condition of Cherokees.— Constitution adopted by do.—Policy of Georgia.—Views of Federal Government.—Question between the Cherokees and the United States.—Conduct of Georgia.-Proceedings in Congress.-Bill reported in Senate.—Proceedings in Senate.—In House.—Passage of Bill.—Character of Bill. . -
Opinions in South Carolina.—Proceedings in Southern States.—Nullification.—
Opening of the First Session of Twentyfirst Congress-President's Message.—
Treasury Report for 1829–Appropriations for 1830—Support of Government.—
Discussion on Bill.—Naval Service.—Marine Corps.-Fortifications.—Engineer
Progress of Internal Improvement.—Act of 1824.—Opposition to System.—Cour e of Discussion.—President's Opinion.—Orleans and Buffalo Road Bill.—Surve Bill ; Discussion concerning same.—Conditional Approval.—Maysville Ro § Bill; Rejected.—Discussion on Message.—Washington Turnpike Bill ; Rejected.—Louisville Canal and Lighthouse Dills; Retained.—Harbor Bill.
MEXICO.—Condition of Country.—Invasion from Havana—Defeat and Capitulation of Invaders.-Revolution.—Separation of Yucatan.-Abdication of Guerreo— Bustamente chosen. - - - -
COLOMBIA.—Mosquera elected President.—Castillo's project of a Constitution. —Congress convoked on January, 1830.—Attempt to introduce a Monarchy.— Revolt of Cordova.—Arrival of Bolivar at Bogotá.-Resigns his office to Congress.—Message to Congress; Character of do.—Separation of Venezuela. Causes of Discontent.—Overthrow of Government.—Negotiations.—Mosquera chosen by Congress.—Commotions at Bogota.-Constitution accepted.—Sucre assassinated.—Movements in favor of Bolivar.—Dissolution of the Government. —Bolivar reassumes the Government.—Bolivar's death. t -