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tions (1815), 383-384; and arrival of commission-
ers at St. Petersburg, 416; entertainment of them,
416, 423, 427; seclusion as minister to Russia, 427;
visit to Tsarstoi Selo, 436; on Federalists and dis-
union (1813), 448. See also Ghent negotiations,
Russian mediation.

Correspondence: to Romanzoff (1813) aiuioiuic-
ing peace mission, 230; closing of peace mis-
sion, 258, 260, 271.— From Romanzoft (1814),
259, 262, 271.— To Monroe (1813) on Roman-
zofl corresp., 257; (1814) Brit, declining ol me-
diation, direct negotiations, 267; change of
place of meeting to Ghent, arrival there, 305.
From Monroe (1813-14), 204, 214, 215, 216,219,
219, 239, 256, 263, 272.— From Madison (1814),
254, 255. To Gallatin and Bayard (1814) on
Romanzoti's evasion on Brit, declining, 269. —
From Bayard (1814) on commission for direct
negotiations, sailing of Clay and Russell, 275. —
From Beasley (1814), 274, 278.— From Clay
(1814) 284, 284, 298.— To Brit, commissioners
(1814) on buiTer state. Great Lakes, 320; pass-
port for dispatch vessel Indian treaty, 342;
commercial negotiations, 367; sale of negroes
in W. I., 367. — From Brit, commissioners
(1814), 344, 358, 368.— With fellow commis-
sioners (1814-15) on custody of mission ar-
chives, 369, 369.



Adams, W:, appt. to Ghent peace mission, 296n.,
299; letters to Am. commissioners (1814) on pass-
port for dispatch vessel, 344; sale of negroes in W.
I., -358; commercial negotiations, 368; from Am.
commissioners (1814), 320, 342, 367, 367; Bayard
on, 350; Am. commercial negotiations (1815), 382,
383. See also Ghent negotiations.

Affleck, Sir Gilbert, wife, 515/!.

AfBect, Lady Mary (Clarke Vassall), at Ghent
(1814), 515; biog. note, 515w.

Agriculture, Danish (1S13), 401; Russian, 414, 437.
See also Fruit.

Albert of Saxe-Teschen, chateau of Laeken, 512n.

Alexander I of Russia, heretofore printed letter from
Am. commissioners, 242; and failure to notify
commLssioners of Brit, declining mediation, 261,
262, 268, 269, 481; letter from Lafayette (1814) on
U. S. and neutral rights, 299, 510; movements
(1814), 303, 3,11, 372, .509, 512, 513; and Polish ques-
tion at congress of Vienna, 361; and La Harpe,
362; with the Army (1813), 395; makes walking
fashionable, 421, 4G0; mistress, 421; no legitimate
children, 421; and murder of Paul I, 434; pal-
r.ce at Peterhof, 447; celebration of name day,
4.54; and "liberty," 458^ excludes Brit, manu-
factures, 459; and school of cadets, 465; recogni-
tion of Am. peace mission, 472; dislike of cere-
mony, 473; and death of Moreau, 474. See also
Russian mediation.

Alexander, Brit, brig, captured by Am. privateer
(1814), recapture, 359, 359n.

Algeria, treaty with U. S. (1795), provisions, 12.

Alien and sedition acts. Harper's approval and ex-
planation, 74-77, 80; movement for repeal (1800),
S3; as issue in 1800,107; attempt to continue sedi-
tion act (1801), 142; return of fines, 148.

Alopaeus, D:, and Bayard (1814), 262.

Alopaeus, Maxim M.,and Bayard (1814), 263, 501;
biog. note, bOln.

Alstock, Baron, of Revel, kills wife (1813), 412.

Alvord, Clarence W., Report of hist. MSS. com.
(1913), 3.

Amager, island of, milit. review on (1813), 404-406.

Ambassadors and ministers, unHorm for Am.
(1813), 211.

Amelia of Baden, princess, at St. Petersburg (1813),
471,494; leaves, 495.

Amelia, prize case in Supreme Court, 123r!.

Amsterdam, entry of Prince of Orange (1813), slight
to U. S., 24S; in 1814, 502-504; state-house, 503;
Prmce of Orange at (1814), 504.

Anderson, Major , stationed at Antwerp (1814),

512.

517



518



INDEX.



Anderson, Jos., of com. on bank (1810), 18177.
Angus, S:, commands J'oft?? A dams in Europe (1814),

298, 514.
Anna of Russia, grand duchfsx, at court functions

(1813), 454, 478, 480, 494; biog. note, 479n.
Antwerp, in 1814, 512-513, 515; French and Brit.

troops, 513.
Appleton, Thomas, Am. consul at Leghorn, at Paris

(1815), 380».
Apportionment for House of Representatives (1802) ,

145; (1812), 189.
Appropriations, federal, for 1796, 14, 15; for 1797,

31-33; for 1798, 59, 60; for 1S02, 151.
Arbuthnot, C:, and Am. peace negotiations (1814),

341.
Aristocracy. See Nobility, Rank.
Armstrong, J:, nomination for Span, mission (1806),

Nevj Jersey case, 168.
Army, American, force, posts, expense (1796), 15;

reduction (1796), 21; preparation for French war

(1798), provisional army, 55-50, 78, 83; reduction

(1800), 100, 103, 106. See also Military, Militia,

and wars by name.
Art, Copenhagen gallery (1813), 403; St. Petersburg

Academy (1813), 461-464; Louvre in 1814, 509.
Artois, Comted' on purpose of restored govt. (1814),

326.
Ashburton, Baron. See Baring, Alex.
Ashton, Mary [Mrs. Jas. Bayard], 5.
Astoria, Brit, capture, 486ra.
Austria, Bollman's plan for finances (1815), 372-373;

plan for closer Am. relations, 374. See also Napo-
leonic wars.

Baer, G:, and Jefferson-Burr contest, 122^.

Baily, Danl., and Am. peace mission (1813), 479.

Baird, Sir D:, woimded (1809), 176.

Baker, Anthony S., sec. of Brit. Ghent mission, 332,
365; to take Brit, rati&ation to U. S., 368.

Bakowkin, Mme. , in St. Petersburg society

(1813), 456.

Baldwin, Abraham, commissioner on Ga. cession,
103n.

Baltimore, and naval construction (1798), 57;
Du Bourg's seminary, 161; suspension of specie
payments, 319; repulse of Brit, attack, 348.

Bank of United States, federal revenue from (1797),
59; probable price cf recharter (1807), 171; Galla-
tin's report on recharter (1809), 175; bill and defeat
of recharter (1811), 175n., 183; new bank or rechar-
ter (1810), 181-182; Gallatin on Bayard's substi-
tute (1812), 193-195; bill (1814>, 296.

Banking, Pa., bill (1810), 179; situation in Del.
(1812), 188: suspension of specie payments (1814),
319. See also Bank of United States.

Bankruptcy, federal bill (1798-1800), 53, 86, 95; Har-
per on act cf 1800, 101-102.

Baptism, in Russian church, 418.

Barbary States, Am. treaty with Algeria (1795), 12;
question at Congress of Vienna, 363.

Barb^Marbois, FranQois de, and Bayard at Paris
(1814), 610; biog. note, SlOn.

Barclay, T:, and Am. retaliatory acts (1813), 250.

BardaxI y Azara, Eusebio, Span, minister at St.
Petersburg, 420n., 422; presentation of wife at
court, 475.

Barensfeld, , banker at Amsterdam (1814), 503.



Baring, Alex, and Dallas at London (1813), 248; to
Bayard (1814) on drafts, appt. of Brit, peace cem-
missioners, 277. See also next title.

Baring Brothers, bankers for U. S. (1813), 210w:, or-
ders on, for peace commissioners, 213, 277.

Barlow, Joel, house at Washington, 189; death, 498ra.

Bamet, Isaac Cox, letter from Bayard (1815) declin-
ing public-dinner invitation, 380.

Barney (Burny), Joshua, Loire engagement (1814),
310.

Barrett, , Am. officer in Rus. navy (1813), 407,

412.

Barron, Jas., at Copenhagen (1813), and Am. peace
commissioners, 403.

Barss, Jos., held as hostage (1813), 250.

Barton, B: S., biog. note, 438n.

Barton, Seth, Bayard lawsuit, 180.

Bascalants, , of Copenhagen, and Am. peace

commissioners (1813), 400.

Bassett, Ann [Mrs. Jas. A. Bayard], 6.

Bassett, Ann (Ennalls), 47n., 155n.

Bassett, Mary, biog. note, 47n.

Bassett, R:, biog. note, 6, 457i.; letters from J. A.
Bayard: (1797) on policy in French crisis; French
naval plans, effect of French Rev., 45; (1798)
Lyon-Griswold affair, 47; same, XYZ, 47; Lyon-
Griswold, high party feeling, 48; same, inden-
tured servants, 49; (1800) affairs in Congress, Na-
poleon's coup d'etat, address on Adams, Del. and
federal stock, 93; bankrupt bill, Ridgely, barn,
port, of Washington, 94; Robbins affair, port., 96;
(1801) Jefferson-Burr contest, city of Washington,
116; French treaty. Dexter, Jefferson- Burr, law-
suit, judicial bill, 122- circuit judgeship, Jefferson-
Burr, 124;.nonintercoiu'se, French mission, 125;
Jefferson-Burr, judgesliip, 125; same, French mia-
iion, 126: Jefferson-Burr, 127; same, judgeship,
French mission, 130; Del. senator, 132; end of Con-
gress, judgeship, 143; (1802) repeal of judicial act.
Burr's attitude, repeal of internal revenue, 146;
judicial act, mint. Chase impeachment, sedition
fines, repeal of I/Ogan Act, internal revenue, radi-
calism, 148; judicial act, family illness, 150, 151;
family illness, length of session. Hunter's fimeral,
internal revenue, appropriations, toasts, 151; fam-
ily illness, internal revenue, bonds, 151; new judi-
cial bill, French loan, 153; judicial act, bonds, 153;
(1805) son's schooling, Du Bourg, Chase trial, 161;
Caman affair, Garnett claim, farm rent. Chase
trial, 162; (1S06) nonimportation, Dem. disorgan-
ization in House, Dorset property, Colston, 165;
(1809) Bedford, Brit, in Spain, rumored repeal of
Orders in Coimcil, N. H. elec, family news, 176.—
From T. Pickering (1798), 74. — Address on
Adams (1800), 94; Bohemia estate, 115n.; and
road through Bayard's plantation, 119; and S:
White, 185.

Bast, Martin J. de, and Am. peace commissioners
at Ghent, 347.

Bathurst, C:, M. P. (1814), 506«.

Bathiust, H:, Sd earl, corresp. with Am. commis-
sioners (1814) on appts. to peace missions, place
of meeting, 306, 307.

Bathurst, H: G:, M. P. (1814), 506n.

Bathiu-st, W: L., M. P. (1814), 506ra.

Bayard, Chevalier de, autog., 403.



INDEX.



519



Bayard, Agnes (Hodge), 5.

Bayard, Andrew, biog. note, llOn.; letters from
J. A. Bayard: (1800) on flight after duel, 110;
Bohemia, health, 115; Del. election, 116; (1801)
city of Washington, lodgings, Jefferson-Burr
contest, French treaty, judicial bill, 118; French
treaty, 120; same, 120; same, advance informa-
tion, nonintercourse, Jefferson-Burr, chief-justice-
ship, lodgings, 120; judgeship for S: Bayard,
French mission, Jefferson-Burr, judicial bill,
nonintercourse, 123; Jefferson-Burr, 126; same,
126; same, French mission, judgeship, bond, 130;
visits, family financial affairs, wine, 144; (1802)
advance information, apportionment, repeal of
judicial act, appts., repeal of internal revenue,
bond, 145; judicial act, internal revenue, bond,
146; same, mint, radicalism, 147; judicial act,
French spoliation, Pettit's memorial. Smith
accident, 149; defeat for Congress, son, 154; dis-
gust with Washington, return there for last
session, family affairs, 155; (1803) discriminating
duties, Pettit's claim, La. question, 156; Tastes
Bank estate, death of son, sister's conversion,
visits, 157; visits, European war, family news,
wine, 158; (1805) visits, Bohemia, polit. outlook,
Latimer's malady, 163; (1806) nonimportation,
Fla. , Jefferson's hypocrisy, 164; Fla. , nonimporta-
tion, Haiti, 166: Haiti, Randolph's anti-Jefferson
resolutions, quiescent policy of admin., 167;
Armstrong's nomination, and New Jersey case,
expected war with Spain, Miranda, nonimporta-
tion, 168; new house, birth of son, wine, on circuit,
169; Bohemia, trials of public life, furniture,
Pettit's land grant, 170; (1807) death of J: Bayard,
services, drawbacks, recharter of Bank of U. S.,
Bollman and Swartwout, draft, wine, 171; (1808)
embargo, choice of war with France or Gt. Bn.,
pres. caucus, 172; (1809) embargo, nonintercourse,
inaction, 174; Gallatin's report on recharter of
bank, nonintercourse, 175; French and Brit, at-
titude, family affairs, 177; (1810) Macon bill No. 1,
Jackson's mission, family news, 178; Macon bill,
convoy bill, futility of policy of admin., Pa. bank-
ing bill, 179; lawsuit, Macon bill, 180; lawsuit,
mail of congressmen, new bank bill, 180; new
bank or recharter, 181; (1811) recharter bill, non-
intercourse, 183; (1812) gaiety at Washington,
Brit, and French ministers, taxes as test of war
spirit, 189; Clinton and Morris at Washington,
canal or pres. intrigue, prospects of war, war
measures, 190; patronage, prospects of war,
apathy, direct tax, 192; attitude of admin, as to
war. South and conquest of Canada, 196: federal
effice. Pope's resolution on nonintercourse, war
prospects (May), 197; secret sessions on declara-
tion of war, war and insurance stock, Brit, at-
titude, federal office, 198; insurance stock, Brit,
attitude, secret sessions on war, 199; certainty oi
war, 200; declaration of war, 201; wine, election in
Del., movements, 201; (1813) business, seamen's
bill, treasury notes, federal office, 202; European
conditions, hopes of mediation mission, voyage,
sights Ln Denmark, homesick, letters, 229; voyage,
letters, Brit, indecision on mediation, further
Rus. effort, St. Petersburg, homesick, 242- Brit,
indecision, further effort, effect of absence of
emperor, 244; (1814) journey from St. Petersburg,



new commission, place of negotiations, homesick,
281: lack of home news, at London, Brit, attitude,
delay of Brit, commissioners, Brit, ultimatum,
312; Brit, reasons for avoiding rupture at Ghent,
Bergen op Zoom, homesick, 348; signing of treaty,
364; same, period of ratification, period of restitu-
tion of prizes, plans, 365; (1815) plans for return,

. at Paris, results of Congress of Vienna, 377. —
Corresp. with Lewis and Hall (1814) on false ex-
tracts from J. A. Bayard's letters, 328, 330, 331.

Bayard, Ann (Bassett) [w. of J. A. B.], 6; not at
Washington (1801), 122; illness (1802), 150, 151;
Tastes Bank estate, 157; and Mrs. Madison, 175;
letter from R. Bond (1814), 297.

Bayard, Anna (Stuyvesant), 5.

Bayard, Anna M. [Mrs. S: Boyd], 147n.

Bayard, Caroline [d. of J. A. B.], 147TO.; illness
(1802), 148; and mother's ilhiess, 150-152.

Baj-ard, E:, birth, 169.

Bayard, Elizabeth (Sluyter), 5.

Bayard, Enn^Ils, bhth, 155; death, 157.

Bayard, Jas. [g. f. of J. A. B.], 5.

Bayard, Jas. A. [11, career, 5.

Bayard, Jas. A. [2], ancestry, 5; birth, 5; career, 6;
final illness, return voyage, and death, 6, 378, 379,
382, 383, 384re.; as Federalist, 6; value of papers, 7;
letters heretofore printed, 7; sources of present
collection, 7, 8; poets., their history, /ront., 9; at-
tendance at Congress, 45«., 116, 155, 168, 169, 174,
177; and attempt to repeal sedition act (1800), 93;
Bohemia estate, 94, 115, 115«., 163, 170; duel with
Champlin, flight, 110, llOn.; reelection (1800), 116;
and Jefferson-Burr contest, 117-119, 121, 123-132;
and French mission (1801), 124-126, 129-132; and
repeal of judicial act (1802), 146-152; defeated for
Congress (1802), 154, 485; election to Senate, 161w.;
Dorset estate, 177; and recharter of Bank of U. S.
(1810), 181-182; plan for substitute of bank (1812),
193-195; spelling of middle name, 204r!.; resigns
from Senate, 221; at London (1814), 282, 285, 287,
293, 297, 312, 506-507; publication of false ex-
tracts from letters, 32S, 330-332; honor, member-
ship in Ghent societies, 304-305, 346, 350; plans
after signing treaty, 357, 365-366, 377, 378; sug-
gested as minister to Gt. Bn., 376; obituary, 384re.;
Olness at St. Petersburg, 419, 428, 436, 498; Jeffer-
son's antagonism (1802), 485. See also Ghent ne-
gotiations, Russian mediation.

Correspondence [for calendar, see names of cor-
respondents]: to J: Adams (1801), 129; from
Adams (1802), 152; to J: Q. Adams (1814), 275,
369; from Adams (1814-15), 269, 369; from Alex.
Baring (1814), 277; to Baring Bros. (1813), 246; to
Bamet (1815), 380; to R: Bassett (1797-1809), 45, 47,
48, 48, 49, 93, 94, 96, 116, 122, 124, 125, 125, 126, 127,
130, 132, 143, 146, 148, 150, 150, 151, 151, 151, 153, 153,
611,162,165,176; with Bathurst (1814), 306, 307; to
Andrew Bayard (1800-15), 110, 115, 116, 118, 120,
120, 120, 123, 126, 126, 130, 144, 145, 146, 147, 149, 154,
155, 156, 157, 158, 163, 164, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171,
172, 174, 175, 177, 178, 179, ISO, 180, 181, 183, 189, 190,
192, 196, 197, 193, 199, 200, 201 , 201 , 202, 229, 242, 244,
281, 312, 348, 361, 365, 377; to R: H: Bayard
(1814-15), 349, 306, 376; to S: Bayard (1801,'13),
131, 211; to R. G. Beasley (1814), 283; from Beas-
ley (1813-14), 248, 268, 271, 274, 280, 309; to Erick
Bollman (1814), 351; from Bollman (1813-15),



520



INDEX.



207, 318, 329, 339, 344, 352, 358, 360, 372; to Brit,
commissioners (1814), 320, 332, 342, 367, 367; from
Brit, commissioners (1814), 344, 358, 368; to Cas-
tlereagh (1814), 306; to Clay (1814), 285; from Clay
(1814-15), 283, 287, 290, 295, 300, 378, 379, 380, 382,
383; with N. Cornelissen (1814), 304; to W: H.
Crawford (1814), 315; from Crawford (1814), 314,
325; from A. J. Dallas (1814), 273; from P. S. Du
Pont de Nemom-s (1814), 301; from A. J. Foster
(1815), 376; to Gallatin (1812), 195; from Gallatin
(1812-13), 193, 218; to Gambler (1814), 347; from
Ghent Institute of Art (1814), 346; to Hamilton
(1800), 112; to R. G. Harper (1804, '14), 159, 317; to
Levett Harris (1814), 327, 356; from Harris (1814-
15), 252, 311, 354, 371; to Jos. Haslett (1813), 221;
from W: K. HiUyard (1813), 207; with J. C. How-
ard (1798), 70, 71; from W: Hunter (1814), 265; to
Lloyd Jones (1813-14), 245, 251 , 309; to Archibald
Lee (1814), 317n.; from W: H: Lyttelton (1814),
257; toAllanMcLan6(1801), 126, 127, 128; to Mad-
ison (1812), 195; from Madison (1814), 254, 255; from
J: Mason (1814), 249; from G: B. Milligan (1814),
293, 303, 341, 353; to Monroe (1813-14), 204, 217,
221, 246, 257, 279, 305; from Monroe (1813-14), 204,
210, 212, 213, 214, 214, 215, 216, 216, 219, 219, 222, 222,
226, 239, 256, 263, 272; to Aaron Cgden (1811), 187;
from Stephen Pleasonton (1813), 218; to W: Plu-
mer (1811), 184; to C. A. Rodney (1801-13), 117,
119, 170, 198, 200, 202, 226; to Romanzoff (1813-
14), 230, 231, 237, 258, 260; fromRomanzofl (1813-
14), 245, 259, 262, 262; to Jon. Russell (1814), 285;
from Russell (1814), 283, 287; to J: Rutledge (1800),
111; from Marquis de Sassenay (1814), 329; with S:
Smith (1798), 69, 69, 70, 71; with K. K. Van Rensse-
laer (1813), 206, 212; to W: H. Wells (1812), 188.

European diary (1813-14): sailing of mission,
385; voyage to Gottenburg, 389-395; visitation by
Brit, ships, 385, 395, 406; reading on voyage, 388,
391, 392; visitation by Am. privateer, 390; charac-
ter of Capt. Jones, 390; at Gottenburg, 395-397;
Sound dues, 398; at Elstnore, 399; at Copenhagen,
400-406; voyage to Revel, 406-407; at Revel, 407-
413; titles, 411; land journey to St. Petersburg,
413-415; at St. Petersburg, 415-497; on churches,
416, 418, 422, 440, 441; on official business and visits
of mission, 416, 419, 422, 423, 425, 426, 432, 441, 447,
469, 471-473, 476, 477, 479-481, 483, 493; palaces, 417,

425, 433-436, 450; Greek worship, 418, 419, 442, 450,
470; iUness, 419, 428, 436, 437, 498; dinners and
social life, 421, 423-425, 428-429, 431, 432, 438, 440,
443, 450-451, 456-461, 467, 472, 474, 475, 483, 485-488,
491, 492, 494, 496; dipl. dinners, 419-420, 428, 441,
454-455, 475, 481, 486, 493, 495; theaters, 421, 422,

426, 448, 462, 467, 468; walks, 421, 460,466,471,490;
mistress of Alexander I, 421; Constantine as heir
presumptive, 421; serfdom and debts of nobility,
426; lodgings, 427, 472, 483; institutions and man-
ufactories, 428-431, 449, 461-464, 468, 470, 476;
Tsarskoi Selo, 436-437; schools, 438, 439, 448-449;
mint, 439; Gallatin and war finances, 442, 476; ia-
cident of French overtures (1798), 442; Peterhof,
444-447; Adams on Federalists and disunion, 448;
Pavlovsk and Gatchina, 453; court ceremonies and
fimctions, 454-456, 474-475, 477-481, 487. 491, 494-
497; fruit market, 457; autumn and approach of
winter, 458, 459, 462, 467, 469, 476, 477, 479, 480, 482,
483, 488-493; quays, 460; fishing and fish, 464; Rus-
sian linen, chaffering, 465; school of cadets, 465;



Sunday at St. Petersburg, 470; winter routes from
St. Petersburg, 483-485, 496; Gallatin on Madison-
Smith rupture, 484; Gallatin on Jefferson and
Bayard (1802), 485; preparation to leave St. Pe-
tersburg 493, 496; winter journey to Riga, 497-500;
at Riga, 500-501; journey to Berlin, 501«.; at Ber-
lin, 501-502; Ghent mission, 502, 507, 514; Sans
Souci, 502; at Amsterdam, 502-504; dinner with
William I, 504; at The Hague, 504-505; at London,
entry of Louis XVIII, com-ts. Pari., 506-507; jour-
ney to Paris, 507-508; at Paris, 508-510; journey to
Brussels, 510-511; at Brussels, 511-512; chateau of
Laeken, 511; at Antwerp, 512-513, 515; at Ghent,
514-515; Bergen op Zoom, 515; journey to Dun-
kirk, 516.

Bayard, Jas. A. [3], vacation (1809), 176.

Bayard, Jane [s. of J. A. B.], 5, 156; conversion and
malady, 157, 161; death, 1777i.

Bayard, Col. J:, career, 5; estate in Md., 115w.; J. A.
Bayard on death, 171.

Bayard, J: H., 5; heretofore printed letter from
J. A. Bayard, 101; biog. note, lOln.; financial
affairs (1801), 144.

Bayard, J: M., financial aflairs (1801), 144; occupa-
tion, 159n.

Bayard, Margaret [Mrs. S: H. Smith], 145n.

Bayard, Margaret (Hodge), 5.

Bayard, Mary (Ashton), 5.

Bayard, N:, doctor, 159n.

Bayard, Petrus, career, 5.

Bayard, R: H: [s. of J. A. B.], biog. note, 48; edu-
cation, 161; vacation (1809), 176; letters from
father (1814) admonitions on career, Brit, com-
missioners, hospitality of Ghent, 349; law career,
European opinion of Am. war, milit. service, 366;
law, mUit. service, plans for return to U. S., 376.

Bayard, R: H. [g. g. s. of J. A. B.], and Bayard
papers, acknowledgment to, 7, 9, 47n.; Bohemia
estate, 1157i.

Bayard, S:, immigrant widow, 5.

Bayard, S: [g. g. f. of J. A. B], career, 5.

Bayard, S: [cousin of J. A. B.] graduated at Prince-
ton, 6; and circuit judgeship (1801), 123, 131;
biog. note, 123n.; resumes law practice, 159; let-
ters from J. A. Bayard (1801) on French mission,
JelTerson-Burr contest, 131; (1813) motive of
appt. to peace mission, 211.

Bayard, Sarah (Pettit), 116n.; illness (1810), 179.

Bayard, Susanne (BoucheUe), 5.

Bayard, T: F., and Bayard papers, acknowledg-
ment to, 8.

Bayley, Sir, J:, on bench, 507; biog. note, 507m.

Baynes, E:, armistice conference (1814), 297n.

Beasley, R. G., on Brit, declining Rus. mediation
(1813), 240; seamen's agent at London, 240n.; and
Dartmoor prison investigation, 381; in France
(1814), 508.

Correspondence: to Bayard (1813) on Dallas at
London, direct Brit, negotiations, slight at Am-
sterdam, 248; (1814) direct negotiations, war
news, 268; same, 271; new Commissions, dis-
patches, delay in Brit, appts.. Strong as dispatch
bearer, 274; rumored Brit, demands, Brit, appts.,
280; traveling expenses, delay of Brit, commis-
sioners, Am. war news, 309. — From Bayard (1814)
on Strong's conduct, plans, 283.— From Monroe
(1814), 251.— To Adams (1814) on dispatches,
sailing of Clay and Russell, 278.



INDEX.



521



Beckley, J:, clerk of House, and Murray's dispatch
(1798), 442.

Bedford, Gunning, and Chase trial, 163; biog. note,
163r?.; Illness of, 176.

Beggars, at St. Petersburg (1813), 489; at Amster-
dam (1814), 503.

Belgium, French confiscations (1796), 28; French
subjugation, 66; revolt (1798), 80; joiimey in
(1814), 511-516. See ako Ghent.

Bellamy, , and X Y Z mission, 467i.

Belozelsky, Princess, in society of St. Petersburg
(1813), and Am. peace commissioners, 327, 356,
423, 432, 440, 450, 456, 475, 492; appearance, 423,
432.

Benevento. See TaUeyrand.

Benson, Egbert, circuit judgeship (1801), 131.

Beresford, Sir J: P., and safe conduct for Am. peace
commissioners (1813), 218-220; retaliation for act
of (1813), 250.

Berg. See Berk.

Bergen op Zoom, Brit, assault (1814), 349, 505, 515.

Berk (Berg), Gen. , milit. gov. of Revel (1813),

408.

Bemadotte, Jean B. J., and U. S. (1813), 205, 289,
291; in the field (1813), 396.

Bidwell, Barnabas, and Fla. (1806), 164n.

Blight, , lawsuit (1802), 154.

Blind, school at St. Petersburg (1813), 470.

Blockade, Brit., of French allies (1798), 66; instruc-
tions to Am. peace commissioners on (1813), 226;
Lafayette to Alexander I on fictitious, 300; in
Ghent negotiations, 333; in Brit. Am. commercial
negotiations (1815), 383. See also Neutral trade.

Blodgett's Hotel, "Washington, as Patent OfiBce,
352n.

Blome, Baron Otto, Danish minister at St. Peters-
burg, 420, 423.

Bloimt conspiracy. Harper on facts and impeach-
ment, 40.

Bliicher, Gebhard L. von, defeat in Silesia (1814),
275n.

"Blue-lights" at New London (1813), 269.

Boat, tide, on Scheldt (1814), 513.

Bobb, Miss , and J. A. Bayard (1806), 170.

Bohemia, J. A. Bayard's estate, 94, 115, 115n., 163,
170.

Bollman, Erick, arrest and habeas corpus (1807),
172; letters to J. A. Bayard (1813) on plan to pre-
vent Brit, seamen on Am. ships, 207; (1814) con-
dition of Am. finances, plans for stay in Europe,
318; efforts at London to promote peace, own
movements, 329, 339; measures of restored French
govt., chances of Am. peace, 344; chances of peace,
conditions at congress of Vienna, steamboats for
Danube, 352; captured monument of Queen



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