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INDEX TO VOL. I, PART L

A.

Address to the Public, page 1

Astronomy, account of the transit of Mercury

over the Sun's disc, 389 Audubon, letter from, 366

B.

Brown'a University at Providence, 381
C.

Canal Funds, report of commissioners on, 45— in Ohio State, report of, &c. 149,160—South Carolina Company, 179,180—value of shares in the market, 225—rates on, at Kideau, 309, —comparative value of, and Railroads, 36,82, 130, 369, 370, 385, 380, 402—in Black River country, 385—list of, in the United States, 389—Morris Canal Company, 341

Cars, improvements in, 149

Chimneys that require no sweeping, how to construct, 365

Cholera, rules to be observed for its prevention, 313—its progress in Quebec and Montreal, m New-York, 409, 416

Columbia College, account of Anniversary Meeting, 361

D.

Diving Bell, account of, 190

I

E. , Eagle, with two heads, account of, 399

F.

Flood in the West, account of, 144, 154 Foreign News, 7, 26, 42,56, 75, 87, 107, 120, 154, 170, 204, 216, 832, 234, 249, 201, 277, 313,314, 320, 329,345,362,382, 384,392, 409 Franklin, Benj., letter from, to his sister, 153

ome Intelligence, 8, 26, 40, 59, 75, 89, 105, 125, 138, 154, 171, 186, 202, 218, 238, 250, 2», 280, 299, 315, 330, 346, 383, 380, 395,

I.

Internal Improvements in Virginia, 211 Ining, Washington, proceedings at a dinner jiven to, 361—speeches after dinner, 371— st of toasts at, 378

K- ,

height, J., (Civil Engineer,) his report of the nbioRnd Baltimore Railroad, 130—strictures >n, 323, 337

L.

Lafayette, account of his family, 135—tribute

. io,413

Li;lit Reading, dissertation on, 360

tM. f .Vlam on Road Making, extracts from, 193, 258,5101,273 itwmlogical Record, kept at New-York, 351

N.

News of the day, Foreign, 7, 26, 42, 56, 75,87, 107, 120, 154, 170, 204, 216, 232, 234, 249, 261, 277, 313, 314, 320, 329, 345, 362, 382, 384, 392,409

News of the day, Domestic, 8, 26, 59, 75, 89, 105, 125, 138, 154, 171, 186, 202, 218, 238, 250, 266, 280, 299, 315, 330, 346, 363, 380, 395, 410

R.

Railroads,
Advantages of, compared with Canals, 376,

385, 386

Albany and New-York, 63, 70, 100, 212, 242, 2s9, 291, 395

Albany and West Stockbridge, 130

Baltimore and Ohio, 18, 36, 52, 69, 98, 129, 195, 209, 227, 338, 405 'Baltimore and Ohio, account of transportation on, 165, 193, 195, 208, 227, 241, 244, 845, 305, 333

Baltimore and Port Deposit, 195

Bardstown to Louisville, 307

Black Riv. r Country,385, 338

Boston and Providence, 321, 337, 339, 353, 357

Boston and Worcester, 241,257
Brooklyn and Jamaica, 353, 354
Brooklyn, and Suffolk Couuty, 85, 146
Camden and Atnboy, 197
Cape Tear and Yadkin, 311, 403
Charleston and Hamburgh, 37, 177, 180
Charter of the New-York and Albany, 294

"of the New-York and Erie,*290 Chilicothe anil Lebanon, 97 Chittenango and Binghampton, 83 Comparative value of, and Canals, 369 Edinburgh, Leith, and Glasgow, probable revenue of, 308 England, first attempt at constructing, 1 Ene and New-York, 63, 69, 81, ltd), 161, 162, 178, 289, 290, 305,303, 321, 373, 333, 405

Erie and Ohio, 140
France, 51, 113,309

Gennantown and Philadelphia, 307, 309, 333
Harlaom, 33, 52, 129, 273,289, 305 /
History and progress of, 17, 31, 50, 118, 123,

826,384
Hudson River, 210 *
Hudson anil Delaware, 19, 357
Hudson and Erie, 102,177
Illinois and Michigan, 35, 37, 49, 54, 65, 142
Indiana, 161, 303
In Winter, 85, 305, 321, 311
Ithaca and Ovvego, 181, 341
Kentucky, 20
Knight's-Report on, 130
Knight's Report, strictures on, 323, 337
List of, 3

List of, in Ohio, 149
Liverpool, (Eng.) 149, 194
London (Eng.) to Greenwich, 165
Lynchburg anil New River, 258 I
Mad River and Lake Erie, 146, 180 |

Railroads,
Maryland, 19

Michigan and Lafayette, 303
Mohawk and Hudson, 101, 257, 325, 403
Newark to New-Brunswick, 305, 307, 369
Newburgh and Delaware, 67
Newcastle and Frenchtown, 244
New-Jersey, 307, 369
New-London and Providence, 67
North Carolina, 117, 145, 146, 243, 325, 401,
403

Ohio. 21, 117, 163—report on, 53, 101

Paterson and Hudson, 19, 303, 353, 369— trip to Paterson, 401

Pennsylvania, 164

Pittsburg to Massillon, 149

Portsmouth and Roanoke, 307

Pulaski and Salina, 34 *■

Rochester and Dausville, 50, 245

Saratoga and Schenectady, 274, 238 "and Fort Edward, 274, 387

Schenectady, cost of, 307

Shares in, value of ill England, 181—iu America, 225

South Carolina, 180, 337, 353, 355

Still well's Report on, 97, 114

Suspension one, proposed, 57

Susquehanna and Delaware, 161—report on, 173

Tennessee and Alabama, 242
Transportation on, 70, 117, 129, 181, 193,

203, 245, 305
Transportation on Inclinations, 162
Tuscumbia, Alabama, 307
Uniformity in, 57
Vicksburj! and Clinton, 275
Virginia, Crozet's Report, 35, 258
Western States, 321
Westward through New-Jersey, 148
Wilmington and Susquehanna, 83
Road Making, M'Adam's plan, 193, 253, 261,
273, 305

Reviews of Works, 4, 22, 33, 54, 71, 86, 102.

122, 134, 150, 103, 132, 193, 214, 230, 246.

262, 275,293, 310, 323, 342, 353, 391, 408 Ross, Captain, tidings of, 233

S.

Steam Carriage on common roads, 354, 358, 401,403

Steam Engine, locomotive, account of, 2
Stevens, John, letter from, 33,52, 68

""his advocacy of internal improvements noticed, 33

T.

Throop, Governor, his messago to the legislature, 28

Tunnels in England, list of, 389
W.

Washington, George, account of centennial c lebralion of his birth, in New-York city, II —at Washington, 168—Marshall's life of, n viewed, 152

Waltzing condemned, 165

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