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PLAN Of the GAZETTE of the UNITED STATES. (A NATIONAL PAPER.) Published at the SEAT of the NATIONAL GOVERNMENT. CONTAINING,

I. EARLY and authentic Accounts of the PROCEEDINGS of CONGRESS—its LAWS, ACTS, and RESOLUTIONS, communicated so as to form an HISTORY of the TRANSACTIONS of the NATIONAL LEGISLATURE.

II. IMPARTIAL SKETCHES of the DEBATES of CONGRESS.

III. ESSAYS on the great subjects of Government; also upon the national and local Rights of the AMERICAN CITIZENS, as founded upon the National or State Constitutions; also upon every other Subject, which may appear suitable for newspaper discussion.

IV. A SERIES of PARAGRAPHS, calculated to catch the "LIVING MANNERS AS THEY RISE," and to point the public attention to Objects that have an important reference to domestic, social and public happenings.

V. The Interests of the United States as connected with their literary Institutions—religious and moral Objects—Improvements in Science, Arts, EDUCATION and HUMANITY—their foreign Treaties, Alliances, Connections, &c.

VI. Every species of INTELLIGENCE, which may affect the commercial, agricultural, manufacturing, or political INTERESTS of the AMERICAN NATION.

VII. A CHAIN of DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES.

VIII. A SERIES of FOREIGN ARTICLES of INTELLIGENCE.

X. The STATE of the FUNDS—Courses of Exchange—Prices Current, &c.