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Page. Preservation of Stuart's Washington at request of Mrs. Madison-Disbanding of troops at Montgomery Court House-No provision, shelter, or camp equipage there for the army-Expedition to Baltimore for bread-Burning of the Capitol, President's House, and other public buildings—Evacu

ation of Washington by the British. Portrait of Washington restored to the White 113

House-Letters from Mrs. Madison—Letters to Daniel J. Carroll-Death of General Armstrong-Defence of the General-Loss of property-News of peace—United States Bank-Establishes a Bank-Elected a member of the New York Senate-Dis

tressing commercial news from LiverpoolV Run on his Bank- Judgment on question

of deviation–New York politics-Estab

lishes a newspaper. Presides over meeting in New York nomina- 125

ting General Jackson for President, Leaves New York for New Orleans-Interview with General Jackson at Washington—Views of a United States BankCorrespondence with Henry Clay-Pet Banks; Specie Circular, repeal of Independent Treasury—Independent Treasury re

vived. Mexican War-Finances-Reasons for estab- 127

lishing a United States Bank-Relations with John Wells, esq.-Commercial Embarrassments-Life of John Wells—North River Bank-A Director ChallengedProsecution Election of Directors set aside by Supreme Court_Trial for sending Challenge—Verdict—Motion for new Trial—Mr. Barker his own Lawyer–His Speech -Restored to Citizenship-Lieu

tenant William Howard Allen. Failure of the Life and Fire Insurance Com- 150

pany and other Incorporations in New York in 1826–Prosecution of Directors and of Mr. Barker, the latter his own Lawyer–His Speech, and that of Mr. B. F. Butler-Jury Disagrees—Mr. Barker Fined $100 for Examination of Leavitt, a

Page.
Witness---Conduct of Maxwell, the Dis-
trict Attorney-New Trial-Speeches of

Defence.
Letter from James Boorman-Resolution of 178

various Corporations approving Mr. Bar-
ker’s conduct-Application to Judge Wood-
ward, of the Supreme Court, for writ of
Certiorari–Opinion of the Judge-Ex-
posure of Conspiracy against Mr. Barker-

Prosecution for Libel.
Speech of Thomas Addis Emmett, Counsel 184

for Mr. Barker-Conduct of Recorder
Riker—Memorial to Governor, praying
for Investigation-Result-Application to
the Supreme Court to change Venue in the
Prosecution for Conspiracy-Mr. Barker's
Speech-Third Trial for Conspiracy-
Speeches of Judge Spencer and T. A.
Emmett for Defence—Exceptions taken-
Application to Supreme Court-Conduct
of District Attorney Maxwell—Judge Ed-
wards—Final Result.
Suit in Chancery-Unparalleled Proceeding 203

of bringing forward as Witnesses the Pub-
lic Prosecutor and Grand Jurors-Re-
moval from Record and Suppressing Im-
portant Papers by Maxwell, the District
Attorney–Spirit of the Press—Letter from
a Friend-Poetical Satire-Publication of
Public Prosecutor's Statement_$300 paid
by Henry Eckford to Maxwell—Exposure
of Maxwell's Conduct-Letter of Henry
Eckford to Maxwell-Restitution of the

$300 by Maxwell—Article on Duelling.
Letter to Maxwell—Trade with Russia— 215

Czar Nicholas-Purchase of a Ship by the
Czar from Mr. Barker-Russian Magna-
nimity-Louisiana Litigation-Conduct of
a Judge-Opportune arrival of a Witness
Mr. Barker a Sugar Planter-An attempt
to substitute Free for Slave Labor-Views
regarding the Negro Race-Fortunes of a
Negro Family-Free People of Color in

New Orleans.
St. Charles Hotel at New Orleans—Its De- 222

struction by Fire - Proceedings of the

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Page. Stockholders--Hotel rebuilt-U. S. Branch ana-Verdict--Letters of Chilton to YorkMint at New Orleans—Yellow Fever—Mr. Action for recovery of ChronometerBarker and his Doctor—Meeting at New Correspondence of Mr. Barker with the Orleans in favor of Texas Annexation

British Consul— Agreement of York with Mr. Barker's Speech-Nomination of Gen Owner-Sailing Orders—Plea of Mr. Bareral Taylor for President—Mr. Barker's ker in Recorder's Court-Proposed Comexertions in support of the General-Reso promise-Retraction by York of Offensive lutions prepared by Mr. Barker_Commu Expressions—Illegal Proceedings of the nication to New York Herald, which was Clerk of the United States Admiralty extensively published in that and other pa Court-Order of Court for the Delivery of pers throughout the nation.

the Barque–Testimony of the ClerkGeneral Taylor Elected—Views of Office- 233 Fraudulent Order obtained by Chilton's

holding-General Taylor relies on the Counsel–Rule for Contempt of CourtWhig Party for support-Publication of Remarks of Mr. Barker in the District Mr. Barker's Views–Generals Cass and Court-Captain York's Complaint to the Pierce-Address to the Jeffersonian Club British Government-Reply of the British of New Orleans—Return of Clay and Gal Government–Letter of the British Consul latin from Ghent—Privateering—Adopted to the Earl of Aberdeen—Trial of the Citizens—Sketch of Political Parties.

Case-Evidence of Captain Berry-VerMr. Barker's first appearance before the 250 dict for $7,500—Rule for a New TrialNew York courts.

Mr. Barker's opposition. York versus Chilton-Question of Consul's 251 | The Judge refuses a New Trial on Plaintiff's 279

authority to remove a Ship-master-Se agreeing to reduce the Verdict to $3,000_ questration of Chronometer - Difficulty Plaintiff's counsel files a remittiture. with the Mate-Legal Proceedings of the Petition to Court of Claims-European war- 280 Mate-Payment of Judgment and Costs

Policy of the United States—Finances of Decision of the Supreme Court of Louisi Europe.

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