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Flour exports and imports England, 100 Law, John, the financier, v. i., 393.
Louisiana Sugar, v. i., 53; histories of
exports of U. S., since 1796, v. i., i., 390; western company, v. i., 393;
French government of, v. i., 394;
Spanish government of, v. i., 395; in-
v. i., 402; territorial government, v.
i., 406; civil code of 1808, v. i., 408;
advances of, v. i., 410; civil code of
1825, v. i., 411; code of practice, v.in,
412; doctrine of codes, v. i., 415; ju-
diciary of, v. i., 417; new constitution,
colonial records, v. i., 356, 439, 519;
law, v. i., 374; historical society, v.
Laké Defenses and commerce, v. i., 80 ;
" navigation, v. i., 81, 160.
33; product U.S., v. i., 39; countries Louisville, Ken., v. i., 151.
Levee at New Orleans, v. i., 56.
Legislation, American, vii., 76.
, lecture on Mississippi, v.
Memphis convention, object of, v. i., 8,
Memphis, observations on, v. i. 26.
Mississippi river, v. i., 51.
state finances, v. i., 187.
Molasses products, v. i., 75.
France and U.S., v. i., 92.
Ordinance of, v. i., 144.
Insurance, v. ii., 1.
Maritime laws, v. i., 141.
v. ii., 99.
Manufactures of England, v. i., 108.
of South and West, v. i.,
Cincinnati, v. i., 257
St. Louis, v. i., 258.
Mexico, Geography of, v. i., 117.
early civilization of, v. i., 118.
government of, v. i., 118.
clergy of, v. i., 121.
mines and soil, v. i., 122, v. ii.,
war with, v., ii., 21, 164.
routes to, v. ii., 173.
trade with, v. ii. 398.
Magnetic telegraph, v. i., 132.
Michigan city, v. i., 158.
Mechanics of Louisiana, v. i., 161.
Mastodon cotton, v. i., 188, v. ii., 141.
Municipality, No. 2, N. O., v. i., 174.
commerce of, v. ii., 402.
INDEX TO VOLS. 1. AND II.
Ministers, foreign, 7. i., 207.
Portsmouth, N. H., v. i., 484.
Phænician trade, v. i., 100.
Premiums, agricultural, v. i., 167.
Peace and war, v. i., 193.
labor saving, v. ii., 103 Passports, v. i., 214.
Prices Sugar and Molasses, v. i., 379.
influences by supplies, v. i., 468.
Pork, product of West, v. i., 476.
inspection of, v. ii., 360.
spirit of, v. ii., 79.
Profession, legal, v. ii., 142.
Patent systems, v. ii., 105.
right laws, v. ii., 107.
Prize Essays Commercial Review, v. ii.,
Pledge, v. ii., 224.
lation of, v. i., 47; tonnage of, v. i., Penitentiary of Louisiana, v. i., 425.
Pennsylvania, commerce of, v. ii., 402.
v. ii., 411.
its finances, v. i., 187. Quarantine laws, v. i., 82.
City commerce, v. ii., 411.
cific Ocean, v. i., 23; Safety of, v. i.,
83; in the West, v. i., 176; Mexican
Oregon, v. i., 85; Central, v. i., 175;
in Prussia, v. i., 189; to California, v.
hydrography of, v. i., 78. i., 285.
Roman commerce, v. i., 101.
Reciprocity treaties, v. ii., 382.
Rye crop of U. S., v. ii., 117.
Rotation of crops, v. ii., 137.
Reminiscences of West, v. ii., 177.
of U. States, v. i., 71. Remedy for cotton planters, v. i., 434.
Rice, v. i., 320; cultivation in East, v.
culture, v. i., 334; mills, v. i., 343; of
Russia, trade with, v. ii., 394.
Richmond, commerce of, v. ii., 412. Trade regulation with China, v. i., 88.
Telegraph, Morse's, v. i., 137.
Foreign, v. i., 139.
routes in U. S., v. i., 138.
Tariff of Cuba, v. j., 180.
agriculture, v. i., 229. Treaties, v. i., 215; ii., 245.
during war, v. ii., 245.
Taxation, doctrine of, v. ii., 93, 261.
Tides of the Mississippi, v. ii., 181.
commerce of, v. ii., 402. in Louisiana, v. ii., 43, 355; exports
trade, v. ii., 399. v. ii., 149; monopolies, v. ii., 256.
255, 147; steamers of, v. i., 277; trade tion, v. i., 177; vessels built in 20 yrs.,
v. i., 183; imports and exports, 1700-
ii., 402; imports and exports since 1846, v. ii., 401; imports and exports
1845, v. i., 281; cotton crop, v. i., 309;
agricultural exports, v. ii., 384; ex-
ports domestic manufacture, v. ii., 388.
Venice, v. i., 103.
Vicksburg, history of, v. i., 146.
Vineyard sound, v. i., 184.
Valley of Mississippi, v. ii., 59.
law, 1846, v. ii., 203.
system, v. ii., 408.
War, its rights and duties, v. i., 209.
declaration of, v. i., 210.
Warranties of insurance, v. ii., 11.
Wheeling, Virginia, v. i., 255.
West, navigation of, v. ii., 88.
Wisconsin, its minerals, v. ii., 361.
Whale fisheries, v. ii., 379.
Yellow fever in N. O., v. ii., 73.
in Mexico, v. ii., 173.
in America, v. ii., 422.
Zollverein' trade, &c., v. ii., 257, 29%.
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