Fort Wayne, Ind. 45,11535,3939,722
Dallas, Tex 42,63838,0674,571
Saginaw, Mich.42,34546 322*3,977
Binghamton, N. Y 39,64735.0054,642
Pawtucket, R. I.39,23127.63311,598
W. Va 38,87834,5224,356
Birmingham, Ala 38,41526,17812,237
Little Rock, Ark38,30725,87412,433
Galveston, Tex 37,78929,0848,705
Haverhill, Mass. 37,17527,4129,763
Terre Haute, Ind.36,67330,2176,456
Dubuque, Ia 36,29730,3115,986
Quincy, Ill. 36,25231,4944,758
South Bend, Ind.35,99921,81914,180
Salem, Mass. 35,95630,8015,155
Nashville1,371Light-draft gunboatS.2,536T. S.8
Don Juan de Austria1,159GunboatI.1,500S.4
Isla de Luzon1,030GunboatS.2,627T. S.6
Isla de Cuba1,030GunboatS.2,627T. S.6
Wheeling1,000Composite gunboatComp.1,081T. S.6
Marietta1,000Composite gunboatComp.1,054T. S.6
a, Estimatedb, Secondary battery.c, Main battery.
sia at 54° 40′ N. lat.]
Electoral votes counted......Feb. 9, 1825
Treaty with the Creek Indians, termed the Indian spring treaty ......Feb. 12, 1825
[This treaty was signed by their chief McIntosh, and provided for the cession of all the Creek territory in Georgia and several million acres in Alabama for $400,000. The Indians repudiated the cession and killed McIntosh, about April 30.]
An act appropriating $150,000 to extend the Cumberland road from Canton, on the Ohio, opposite Wheeling, to Zanesville, O., approved......March 3, 1825
An act of Congress for strengthening the laws of the United States approved......March 3, 1825 Eighteenth Congress adjourns......March 3, 1825
tenth administration—Democraticrepublican (coalition), March 4, 1825, to March 3, 1829.
John Quincy Adams, Massachusetts, President.
John C. Calhoun, South Carolina, Vice-President.
Corner-stone of Bunker Hill monument laid......June 17, 1825
[Lafayette was present, and Daniel Webster de