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Flour exports and imports England, 100
years, v. i., 35.

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Flour prices during 20 years, v. i., 44.
exports of U. S., since 1796, v. i.,
469.

Foreign commerce, v. i., 86.

Foreign products exported from U. S.,
v. ii., 408, 413.
Flanders, v. i., 106.

Fruit in Louisiana, v. i., 163.
Fine arts of antiquity, v. i., 270.
Farming interests, v. i., 468.

Forest, western, v. i., 252.

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products of, v. ii., 383.

Free trade, v. ií., 92.

Fur trade, v. ii., 383,

Flax and hemp, v. ii., 118.
France, trade with, v. ii., 392.

Grain market, home and foreign, v. i.,
33; product U. S., v. i., 39; countries
of Europe, v. i., 40; exports north of
Europe, v. i., 40; exports and imports,
U. S., v. i., 43.

Gulf of Mexico, its defenses, v. i., 75,
279.

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Grecian commerce, v. i., 100.
Genoa and Pisa, v. i., 103.
Georgia Railroad, v. i., 278.
Georgia, commerce of, v. ii., 402.
Gallery of fine arts, v. i., 287.

Great Britain, commerce with, v. i., 389.
Gin stands, v. ii., 138.
Gin, cotton, v. ii, 153.
Geology, western, v. ii., 213.

Health of New Orleans, v. i., 382; ii.,
72; southern and western cities, v. i.,
81.

Hospitals, marine, in West, v. i., 81. '
Hanseatic league, v. i., 104.
Havana, commerce of, v. i., 182.
Humbugiana, v. i., 444.

Hanse towns, trade with, v. ii., 398.
Home market, v. i., 477.

Hayti, Trade with, v. ii., 399.

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industry, v. ii., 90.

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Hay crop, U. S., v. ii., 118.

Historical Society, Louisiana. v. i., 364.

International law, v. ii., 201.

Law, John, the financier, v. i., 393.
Louisiana Sugar, v. i., 53; histories of
v. i., 387; discovery and settlement, v.
i., 390; western company, v. i., 393;
French government of, v. i.. 394;
Spanish government of, v. i., 395; in-
trigues for, v. i., 399; ceded to U. S.,
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. i,
412; doctrine of codes, v. i., 415; ju-
diciary of, v. i., 417; new constitution,
v. i., 420; antiquities of, v. i., 238;
colonial records, v. i., 356, 439, 519;
law, v. i., 374; historical society, v.
ii., J.

Lake Defenses and commerce, v. i., 80;
"navigation, v. i., 81, 160.
Lafayette, city of, v. ii., 423.
Louisville, Ken., v. i., 151.
Lands, public, of U. S., v. i., 188.
Libraries in New Orleans, v. i., 382; ii.,
350.

Lombards, v. ii., 6, 360.

Levee at New Orleans, v. i., 56.
Legislation, American, vii., 76.
Lyell, Prof., lecture on Mississippi, v.
ii., 439.

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Inventions of America, v. ii., 109.

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230.

Internal Improvement, v. ii., 81.

Insurance, v. ii., 4.

Italy, v. ii., 396.

Jews, commerce of, v. i., 98.

Jettison, v. ii., 17.

Law, in Louisiana, v. i., 12; merchant,
v. i., 141; of nations, v. i., 196.

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.
Maryland, finances of, v. i., 187.

commerce of, v. ii., 402.

INDEX TO VOLS. I. AND II.

Ministers, foreign, v. i., 207.
Marque and Reprisal, v. i., 214.
Military resources, South and West, v.
i., 251.

Military system of Ancients, v. ii., 426.
Mining, v. i., 252.

Mobile bay, v. i., 267.

Mobile, commerce of, v. ii., 419.
Mercantile integrity, v. i., 381.
Merchants' duties, v. ii., 123.
Machinery, influences of, v. ii., 103.
labor saving, v. ii., 103
Musical instruments, v. ii., 111.
Marriage contract, v. ii., 161, 239.
Mortgage, v. ii., 201.

Money, history of, v. ii., 289.

material of, v. ii., 285.

theory of, v. ii., 287.

Mint, British and American, v. ii., 293.
Massachusetts, commerce, v. ii., 402.
Milan decrees, v. ii., 379.

Moral advance, N. Orleans, v. ii., 343.

Neutrality of Com. Review, v. i., 6.
Neutral nations, v. i., 219.

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history and trade of, v. i., 502.
New Orleans and Charleston v. i., 44.
New Orleans, history of, v. i., 46; popu-
lation of, v. i., 47; tonnage of, v. i.,
53; markets, monthly, v. i., 93, 190,
286; commercial statistics of, v. ii.,
420, 424; progress and statistics of, v.
ii., 421.

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New Mexico, trade with, v. i., 290.
New York, shipping of, v. i., 186.
its finances, v. i., 187.
State commerce, v. ii., 402.
City commerce, v. ii., 411.
Natchez, Miss., history, v. i., 146.
Naval Resources, South and West, v.
i., 251.

Norway, trade with, v. ii., 395.
Netherlands, trade with, v. ii., 395.

Oregon, v. i., 66.

Ohio river, commerce of, v. i., 78.
hydrography of, v. i., 78.
Oswego, N. Y., v. i., 159.
Office Commercial Review, v. i., 596.
Oats, crop, U. S., v. ii., 117.

Peruvian Cotton, v. ii., 439..
Post office reform, v. i., 69:

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of G. Britain, v. i., 69.
of U. States, v. i., 71.
Penny Post System, v. i., 69.
Public works on G. of Mexico, v. i., 76.
Public Schools, N. Orleans, v. i., 83.
Population G. Britain, France, &c., v.
i., 92, 151, 255.

Pittsburgh, trade of, &c., v. i., 78.
Portland, Maine, v. i., 484.

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Portsmouth, N. H., v. i., 484.
Providence, R. I., v. i., 184.
Pensacola, Florida, v. i., 264.
Phoenician trade, v. i., 100.
Political influences of Commerce, v. i.,
112.

Premiums, agricultural, v. i., 167.
Pilotage, Charleston Bar, v. i., 175.
Pilot system of N. Orleans, v. ii., 207.
Peace and war, v. i., 193.
Privateering, v. i., 213, 515.
Passports, v. i., 214.

Policy of Insurance, v. ii., 5.
Planting interests, v. i., 233.
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.

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Parties, progress of, v. ii., 78.
spirit of, v. ii., 79.
Profession, legal, v. ii., 142.
Philosopher's stone, v. ii., 293.
Patent systems, v. ii., 105.

right laws, v. ii., 107.
Prize Essays Commercial Review, v. ii.,
215.

Pledge, v. ii., 224.
Public Baths, v. ii., 231.
Precious Metals, v. ii, 289.
Potato Crop, v. ii., 118.
Penitentiary of Louisiana, v. i., 425.
Position and prospects N. Orleans, v. ii.,

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Portugal, trade with, v. ii., 393.
Pennsylvania, commerce of, v. ii., 402.
Philadelphia,
66 v. ii., 411.
Quarantine laws, v. i., 82.
Queries to cotton planters, v. i., 453.

Railroad, Mississippi and Atlantic, v. i.,
21; receipts, Georgia, v. i., 22; to Pa-
cific Ocean, v. i., 23; Safety of, v. i.,
83; in the West, v. i., 176; Mexican
Gulf, v. i., 84; Carolina, v. i., 384; to
Oregon, v. i., 85; Central, v. i., 175;
in Prussia, v. i., 189; to California, v.
i., 279, 280; American and foreign, v.
i., 285.

Roman commerce, v. i., 101.
Rights of peace, v. i., 9.
Reciprocity treaties, v. 11., 382.
Rye crop of U. S., v. ii., 117.
Rotation of crops, v. ii., 137.
Reminiscences of West, v. ii., 177.
Rio Grande, valley of, v. ii., 363.
Remedy for cotton planters, v. i., 434.
Rice, v. i., 320; cultivation in East, v.
i., 320; varieties and culture of, v. i.,
323, 326; Carolina varieties, vi., 326;
crop of the U. S., v. i., 331; mode of
culture, v. i., 334; mills, v. i., 343; of
Louisiana, v. i., 356.
Russia, trade with, v. ii., 394.

Richmond, commerce of, v. ii., 412.

Sugar, manufacture of, v. i., 53; ii., 322;
crops of Louisiana, v. i., 54, 380; ii.,
322; interests, v. ii., 212; crop of
world, v. ii., 214; West India, v. ii.,
267.
Sugar region, extension of, v. ii., 422.
Southern railroad enterprises, v. i., 22.

แ agriculture, v. i., 229.
South and West, productions of, v. i., 254.
its duties, v. ii., 129.

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enterprise of, v. ii., 407.
South Carolina manufactures, v. i., 276.
66 commerce of, v. ii., 402.
American cotton, v. i., 317.
แ trade, v. ii., 399.
spirit of, v. ii., 119.


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St. Louis, commerce, &c. of, v. i., 79,
255, 147; steamers of, v. i., 277; trade
of, v. ii., 411.

States of the Union, trade of, v. i., 179;
ii., 402; imports and exports since
1791, v. ii., 40.

Search, right of, v. ii., 206.
Savannah, Geo., v. i., 276.

Savannah, commerce of, v. ii., 418
Ship canal on lakes, v. i., 80.
Sandusky, v. i., 158.

Sea Island cotton, v. i., 304.

Stock Jobbing, v. i., 301.

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during war, v. ii., 245.
Taxation, doctrine of, v. ii., 93, 261.
Tides of the Mississippi, v. ii., 181.
Tobacco trade. v. ii., 42, 249; inspection
in Louisiana, v. ii., 43, 355; exports
from U. S., v. ii., 47; culture in West,
v. ii., 149; monopolies, v. ii., 256.

United States commerce and naviga-
tion, v. i., 177; vessels built in 20 yrs.,
v. i., 183; imports and exports, 1700-
1776, v. ii., 373; commerce, 1790-
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.
University of Louisiana, v. i., 430.

Venice, v. i., 103.

Vicksburg, history of, v. i., 146.
Vineyard sound, v. i., 184.

Silk product, U. S. and Louisiana, v. i., Virginia, commerce of, v. ii., 402.

381; ii., 118, 218.

Slave law of Louisiana, v. i., 410.
Slavery, ancient and modern, v. ii., 351.
Statistical information, v. i., 465.
Standing armies of Europe, v. ii., 427.
Science and art compared, v. ii., 98.
of ancients, v. ii., 99.

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progress of, v. ii., 76.

Salvage, v. ii, 17.

Valley of Mississippi, v. ii., 59.
Vacuum pans, v. ii., 339.

Wheat export of England 100 years, v.
i., 35.

Warehousing policy, v. i., 61.

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law, 1846, v. ii., 203.
system, v. ii., 408.
War, its rights and duties, v. i., 209.
declaration of, v. i., 210.

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Warranties of insurance, v. ii., 14.
Wheeling, Virginia, v. i., 255.

Sealed Instruments, history and law of, Well-water in Louisiana, v. i., 455.

Smuggling, v. ii., 262.

Sub-Treasury, v. ii., 202.

Seas, products of, v. ii., 383.

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