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Louise, congress of Vienna, Brit. govt, and Am.
peace, 358; problems at Vienna and Ghent nego-
tiations, Eelnhard, 360; Am. peace. Napoleon's
advice, Austrian finances, dipl. position, quick-
silver scheme, men-of-war lor sale, 372; — From
Bayard (1814) on Bergen op Zoom, influence of
Vienna on Ghent negotiations, 351.

Bolton, Herbert E., Report of hist. MSS. com.
(1913), 3.

Bompard, Jean B. F., defeat (1798), 807i.

Bonaparte, Jos., Am. negotiations (ISOO), 105n.

Bonaparte, L:, palace at Amsterdam, 503.



Bonaparte, Napoleon. See Napoleon I.
BoTMparte, French privateer, captured (1799), 83n.
Bond, R., to Mrs. J. A. Bayard (1814) on Bayard at

London, dresses, 297; at London, 342.
Bomholm, island of, fortified (1813), 407.

Bostipk, , Del. lawsuit (1801), 119.

Boston, Solomon, petition to Congress (1801), 118.
Boston, and naval construction (1798), 57.
Boston, card game at St. Petersburg (1813), 456,

490.
Bouchelle, Susanne[Mrs. S: Bayard], 5.
Boundaries, northwestern, in peace negotiations

(1813-14), 228, 302-303, 316, 320, 337, 342.
Bourne, Sylvanus, slight on entry of Prince of

Orange (1813), 248n.; and peace commissioners,

501, 504.
Boyd, Anna M. (Bayard), 147n.
Bradford, W:, death (1795), 14; blog. note, 14n.
Bradley, Stephen R., and nominating caucus, 173,

1747!.; biog. note, 173n.; and war debate (1812), 198.

Brady, , Del. lawsuit (1801), 119.

Bramble, bears dispatches from U. S. (1814), 251, 269.
Brent, R:, and recharter of Bank of U. S. (1811), 183;

biog. note, 183n.
Brenton, E: P., blockade of Chesapeake Bay (1813),

385; of Am. origin, 38571.
Brenton, Sir Jahleel, of Am. origin, 385n.
Bretz, Julian P., Report of hist. MSS. com.

(1913), 3.
British seas, special claim to jurisdiction over, 233.
Brockhausen, Karl C. von, and captured monument

of Queen Louise, 359n.
Bronson, Enos, Gazette of United States, 154n.
Brougham, H: P:, haron, and J. A. Bayard (1814),

507.

Brown, , of Philadelphia, lawsuit (1802), 154.

Brown, Andrew, Philadelphia Gazette, \\2n.

Brown, Israel, estate (1798), 48.

Brown, Jacob, campaign (1814), 357.

Bruges, in 1814, 516.

Brune, Guillaume M., Dutch campaign (1799), lOOn.

Brussels, in 1814, 511-512.

Burr, Aaron, electoral vote (1797), 23; hbel suit

against Cheetham, 122n.; attitude towards Jefler-

son's measures (1802), 147; at Washington (1806),

168. See also Elections (1800).
Burr conspiracy, arrest of BoUman and Swartwout,

172.
Bute, Marquess of. See Dumfries.

Cabinet, changes in Washington's, 13; Adams's re-
movals, 111; changes in Jefferson's, 170; in Madi-
son's, 290, 484.

Cadets, St. Petersburg school (1813), 465-466.

Calais, customs (1814), 508.

Calhoun, J: C, and repeal of embargo (1814), 295n.

Callender, Jas. T., return of sedition fine, 148.

Campbell, Alex., and vrar debate (1812), 198; and
Raisin River defeat, 202.

Campo Formio, treaty of, 44, 53n.

Canada, conquest as motive for war (1812), 196;
Monroe on cession, 228, 263-264. See also War of
1812.

Capitol, Bayard on federal (1801), 117, 119.

Cards, Boston at St. Petersburg (1813), 456, 490.

Carleton, G:, killed at Bergen op Zoom, 515.

Carnan, J:, and J. A. Bayard, 162.



522



INDEX.



Carnot, Lazare N. M., arrest threatened (1814), 345;
at Antwerp, 512.

Caroline of Denmark, princess, appearance (1813),
'i04.

Caroline of Oldenburg, duchess, expected marriage
(1814), 364.

Carr, Sir J:, author, 391; story in Northern Summers,
467.

Carriages, drosky, 409; of St. Petersburg (1813), 417;
"laligne," 446.

Carrol], H:, attach^ of Ghent mission, 296; carries
treaty to U. S., 367, 368.

Carrying trade, in Brit. -Am. commercial negotia-
tions (1815), 383.

Castlereagh, Uobt. Stewart, viscount, and Rus. me-
diation in War of 1812, 232, 248; offer sf direct nego-
tiations, 24S, 251, 268, 270, 271, 272, 275. 277, 281,
321, 341, 360; letters from Bayard and Gallatin
(1814) OH appts. as peace commissioners, 306;
Brit, appts., 308; from Monroe (1814) on safe con-
duct for dispatch vessel, 344; Bollman on, at con-
gress of Vienna, 362, 378; and Am. commercial ne-
gotiations (1815), 379, 381 ; and Dartmoor prisoners,
380.

Catacombs of Paris, 509.

Cathcart, W: S., earl, and Rus. mediation in War of
1812, 235n., 247, 479, 481; at congress of Chatillon
(1814), 275; biog. note, 27571.

Catherine II of Russia, death, character of reign, 39;
and education, 439; tomb, 440; Mon Plaisir, 445;
cottage at Peterhof, 446; Foundling Hospital, 468.

Catherine of Russia grand duchess, character and ex-
pected marriage (1814), 364; court on name day
(1813), 491; receives Am. peace commissioners at
London, 500.

Caucus, congressional, on pres. nominations (1808),
173.

Caulaincourt, Armand A: L: de, and bounty of tsar,
433; biog. note, 433n.

Cea-Bermudez. See Zea-BermudeE.

Censorship of press, iu France (1814), 314, 326.

Chambr^, Sir Alan, on bench, 507; biog. note, 507r!.

Champlain, Lake, battle (1814), 348, 357.

Champlin, Christopher duel with J. A. Bayard,
now.

Changuion, Frangois D., Dutch minister to U. S.
(1814) 287n.

Charity, beggars at St. Petersbm-g, 4S9; at Amster-
dam, 503. See also Foundlings, Orphans.

Charles X of France. See Artois.

Charles XII of Sweden, Narva, 414.

Charles XIV John of Sweden. See Bernadotte.

Chase, S:, impeachment, 148, Bayard's plan for de-
fense, 159; trial, 161, 163; on Du Bourg, 161.

Ch&tillon, congress of, Brit, commissioners, 275.

Chauncey, I:, movements (1814), 310.

Chauncey, cartel (1814), at Gottenburg, 295, 296;
passport for retinn, 301; return to U. S., 352.

Cheetham, Jas., Burr libel suit, 122n.

Cherbatoff, Prince, in St. Petersburg society (1813),
472, 482, 487.

Chesapeake-Leopard affair, 172n.

Chetham, E:, Brit, naval officer, ofl Danish coast
(1813), 395.

Children. See Foundlings, Orphans.



Choiseul, Countess of, at St. Petersburg (1813), char-
acter, 432.

Chi'istian IV of Denmark and Kronberg, 39871.

Christian VII of Denmark, in Norway (1813), 230.

Churches, at Revel (1813), 410, 412; at St. Peters-
burg, 416, 418, 422, 440, 441.

Cicero, Brit, ship, recaptured by United States
(1799), 8371.

Civil service, federal, increase in salaries (1799), 86;
Jefferson's policy as to removals (Feb. 1801),
128n:, competition (1812), 197, 203.

Claggett, T: J:, chaplain of Senate, 12271.

Clark, T: A., held as hostage (1813), 251.

Clarke, Mary [Mrs. R: Vassall, Lady Affleck], 51571.

Clay, , sea-capt., captured by French privateer

(1798), 5271.

Clay, H:, port, sketched at Ghent, 10; appt. to peace
mission, 2^5, 274, 276; time of sailing, 278; arrives
at Ghent, 303, 306, 513; desires to visit England,
378; news of arrival at Gottenburg, 507. See aUo
Ghent negotiations.

Correspondence: to Bayard and Gallatin (1814)
on arrival at Gottenburg, 283, 287; change of place
of meeting, Brit, appts., 290; same, dispatches,
repeal of embargo, Yazoo claims, bank, elections
in N. Eng. , news in U. S of Napoleon's fall, armis-
tice in Canada, 295; proceeding to Ghent, passport
for cartel, 300; (1815) B.'s illness, and appt. to
Rus. mission, Clay's plans for return, 378; com-
mercial negotiations, plans for return, 379; Dart-
meer prisoners, commercial negotiations, Napo-
leon's return and war, 380, 382, 383.— From Bay-
ard (1814) on movements, effect of Napoleon's fall
oa Brit, attitude, Brit, appts., place of meeting
285.— To Adams (1814) on arrival, Gallatin, 284;
dispatches, 284; proceeding to Ghent, Brit, appts.,
298.- With Adams (1814-15) on custody of mis-
sion archiv&s, 369, 369.— To Willink (1814) on
draft, 285. — To Monroe (1814) on movements of
commissioners, 285; same. Napoleon's fall, effect
on allies, Sweden and Norway, 287; change of
place of meeting to Ghent, arrival there, 305. —
From Monroe, 256, 263, 272.— To Brit, commis-
sioners (1814) on buffer state. Great Lakes, 320;
passport for dispatch vessel, Indian treaty, 342;
commercial negotiations, 367; sale of negroes in
W. I., 367.— From Brit, commissioners (1814),
344, 358, 368.

Clinton, De Witt, at Washington (1812) canal or
pres. intrigue, 189, 191.

Clinton, G:, and Armstrong's nomination (1806)
168n:. defeats recharter of bank (1811), 17571.

Clive, Robt., Baron trial, 160.

Cobbett, W:, purpose of Porcupine's Gazette, 29.

Cochran, Sir Alex., and safe conduct for dispatch
vessel, 342.

Cockburn, Sir G:, letter to Monroe (1814) on safe con-
duct for dispatch vessel, 343.

Coggeshall, G:, capture of Alexander (1814), 35971.

Cokesbury College, 1857i.

Colombi, Countess, in St. Petersburg society (1813),
423, 436, 460, 492; appearance, 424.

Colombi, Francisco, late banker at St. Petersbm'g
(1813), 422, 423.

Colston, , and J. A. Bayard (1806), 166.



INDEX.



523



Commerce, necessity of navy to protect (1799), 81, 82;
revival (1798), 87; Prussian-Am. treaty (1800),
137; Rus.-Am. negotiatious (1813), 215, 238, 240,
<23; instructions for Brit.-Am. negotiations (1813),
216; plan for developing U. S.-Span. Am. (1815),
374; Brit.-Am. negotiations (1814-15), 378, 381-
384; institute at St. Petersburg, 438; Gallatin on
Brit, superiority, 442; Russian embargo on Brit,
goods (1813), 4.59; chaffering at St. Petersburg, 465;
see also Bankruptcy, Blockade, Embargo, Ex-
ports, Neutral trade, Nonintercourse, Shipping,
Tariff, Travel.
Congress, fourth (1795-97): Harper's letters to con-
stituents, 11-40; Span, treaty, 11; Algerian treaty,
12; Jay treaty, 12, 18-20; public lands, 12; excise,
13, 20, 30; impressment, 13; Tenn., 14; compen-
sation of congressmen, 14; appropriations, 14, 15,
31-32; navy, 14, 21; direct tax, 20, 34-36; army,
21; miiJiia, 29, 31; tariff, 30; post office, 31; and
imprisonment of Lafayette, 39.
Fiph {1797-99): revenue problem, 33-35: ex-
pected extra session, 39; Harper's letters to
constituents, 40-45, 50-69, 74-92; Blount con-
spiracy, 40; X Y Z mission, 41; defensive
preparations, 42; letters of marque, 42, 46, 57;
loans, 42, 60; salt duty, 43; stamp duties,
43-44, 52, 85; suspended policy tn French
crisis, 45; Bayard's letters from, 45-50; Lyon-
Gris'vvold affair, 48-50; general state of irrita-
tion, 48, 49; militia, 53, 56; bankruptcy, 53, 8G;
military supplies and fortifications, 55; army,
55-56, 83; navy, 56, 77, 78, 81, 82; noninter-
course, 58, 77, 84; annulment of French
treaties, 58; appropriations, 59; direct tax,
61-64, 85; alien and sedition, 74-77, 86; tariff
and internal revenue collection, 85; post
office, 85; pubUc health, 86; increase in civil
service salaries, 86.
Sixth (1799-1801): Bayard's letters from, 93-96,
116-132, 143; J: Randolph's army speech and
episode, 93; alien and sedition, 93, 142; judi-
ciary, 93, 102-103, 118-120, 123, 124, 137-140;
bankruptcy, 95, 101-102; Jon. Robbins affair,
96w.; Harper's letters to constituents, 96-110,
132-143; army, 100, 103; Ga. cession, 103; Jef-
ferson-Burr contest, 117-119, 121, 123-132, 134-
137; relief of S. Boston, 118re.; French treaty,
119-122, 137; nonintercourse, 121, 124, 129, 141;
D. C, 140; navy, 142-143.
Seventh (IMl-S): Bayard's letters from, 145-1.53,
156; apportionment, 145; repeal of judicial
act, 145-152, 485; repeal of internal revenue,
145-148, 151, 152; Bayard on radicalism, 147,
148; Burr's attitude, 147; Chase impeach-
ment, 148; sedition fines, 148; repeal of Logan
act, 148; French spoliation claims, 149; ap-
priations, 151; new judicial bill, 1.53, 154; dis-
criminating duties, 156.
Eighth (1803-5): Chase impeachment, 159, 161,

163; Bayard's letters from. 161-163.
Ninth (1805-7): Bayard's letters from, 164-169,
171-176; nonimportation, 164-166, 169; Fla.,
164-166: Dem. factions, Randolph, 165; Haiti,
167, 186n.; Randolph's anti-admin, resolu-
tions, 167w.; drawbacks, 171; Armstrong's
nomination to Span, mission, 168; recharter of
bank, 171.



Tenth (1807-9): Bayard's letters from, 172-176;
waiting policy, 172; embargo, 172, 174; pres.
caucus, 173; nonintercourse, 174, 176; re-
charter of bank, 175.
Eleventh (1809-11): extra session, 174, 177; bank,
175n., 181-184; Bayard's letters from, 177-184;
convoy, 179; Macon bill No. 1, 178-180; un-
franked mail for congressmen, 180-181; non-
intercourse, 184.
Twelfth (1811-13): Bayard's letters from, 187-
201; renewal of Fultan's patent, 187; attitude
of Federalists, 188; apportionment, 189; war
spirit and taxes, 190; proposed recess, 190; war
preparations, 192; direct tax, 193; apathy,
1^: embargo, 196; Pope's nonintercourse res-
olution, 197; secret sessions on declaration of
war, 198, 200, 201; seamen's act, 203, 234, 237;
treasury notes, 203.
Thirteenth (1813-15). Swedish mission, 206n.,
241; rejection of Gallatin's appt. to peace mis-
sion, 239; embargo, 269; papers on peace nego-
tiations and French affairs, 274; repeal of em-
bargo and nonintercourse, 295; Yazoo claims,
295; bank, 2%.
Congress, U. S. S., return from cruise (1813), 269.
Cormell, , messenger for Am. peace commis-
sioners (1814), 298, 352re.
Constantine of Russia, grand duke, chateau of
Strielna (1813), 415; renounces succession, 415n.;
character as heir presumptive, 421.
Constellation, U. S. S., first cruise (1798), 56re.; cap-
tures Insurgente, 82; Vengeance fight (1800), 101.
Constitution, U. S. S., first cruise (1798), .56n.; recap-
ture of A melia, 123n.
Consulate. See Napoleon 1.
Continental system, Russia and Napoleon's, 459.
Convoys, policy of Am., postponed (1797), 42; bill
(1810), 179.

Cook, , of Baltimore, on Du Bourg (1805), 161.

Cooke, (?) Sir G:, captured at Bergen op Zoom, 515.
Copenhagen, J. A. Bayard at (1813), 400-406; palaces,
400; Park, 400, 403; Belle Vue, 401; social life,
401-402; peasants, 403; royal library and museum,
403; milit. review, 405.
Cornelissen, (Egide) Norbert, corresp. with J. A.
Bayard (1814) on honor-membership in Ghent
societies, 304,304,347.
Corunna, battle of, 176.

Cotton, St. Petersburg manufacture (1813), 430.
Craik, W:, and Jefferson-Burr contest, 122n.

Crawford, Col. , stationed at Antwerp (1814),

512.
Crawford, W: H., of com. on bank (1810), 181n.; and
recharter (1811), 184n.; minister to France, 274;
dispatches, 295, 296; efforts to secure aid of Alex-
ander I, 299n.; letter to J. A. Bayard (1814) on
actions of restored French govt., prospects of
Am. peace, 31 J; Brit, ultimatum, personality of
Louis XVIII, unrest in France, old and new
nobility, measures of govt., 325; from Bayard
(1814) on Brit. peace propositionsand ultimatum,
315.— Public dinner at Paris, 3S0; at London, 384:
return toU. S. (1815), 3S4n.; and Bayard at Paris,
509, 510.

Crean, , Brit, sea-capt., captured (1814), 359.

Creevey, T:, and J. A. Bayard (1814), 507.
Croyable, French privateer, captured (1798), 58n.



524



INDEX.



Gushing, W:, declines chief-justiceship, 13; biog.

note, 13n.
Custis, Eliza P. [Mrs. T: Law], 149n.
Customs, French (1814), 508. See also Tariff.

Dallas, Alex. J., Amelia case, 1237i.; letter to J. A.
Bayard (1814) on personal affairs, 273.

Dallas, G: M., attach(5 in peace mission (1813-14),
214m., 273, 278, 280, 386, 413, 505, 514; at London,
248, 270; seasick, 391; at Gottenburg, 395; visit to
Tsarskoi Selo, 436; to Peterhof, 447; to Pavlovsk,
453;leavesSt. Petersburg, 475; leaves for U. S.,514.

Dallas, Sir Robt., on bench, 507; biog. note, 507n.

Dalmar, , banker at Berlin, art pieces captured

(1814), 359.

Dampier, Sir H:, on bench, 507; biog. note, 507n.

Dana, , of Boston, at St. Petersburg (1813), 489.

Dana, Francis, and XYZ mission, 41n.

Dancing, in Rus. theaters (1813), 421, 426, 462; in
St. Petersburg society, 457.

Danish Sound dues, in 1813, expected discontinu-
ance, 398.

Danube River, plan for steamboats on (1814), 352.

Dartmoor prisoners, inquiry into conflict, 380-381.

DaschkoS, Andr^ de, suggests Rus. mediation in
Warofl812, 204n., 43ow.; and Brit, safe conduct
for Am. commissioners, corresp. with Mouroe,
218, 220; letter to Count Orlofl introducing
Bayard, 210.

Davie, W: R., appt. to French mission (1799), 897i.
See also Franco-American treaty.

Davis, T: T., of com. on French spoliation claims,
(1802), 149n.

Davis's Hotel, at Washington (1812), 195.

Dayton, Jon., speaker of the House, and Jay treaty,
21.

Deaf and dumb, St. Petersburg school (1813), 470.

Dearborn, H:, captura of York, 227n.; retaliatory
act, 249.

Debts, of foreign ministers at St. Petersburg, 424;
of Rus. nobility, 426. See also Public debt.

Decatur, Stephen, captures Croyable (1798), 58n.

Decatur, captured Am. privateer, hostages for capt .
(1813), 250.

Delaware, and federal stock (1800), 94; port, of
Washmgton, 96; in election of 1800, 114, 116; State
election (1802), 154; bank situation (1812), 188;
and federal apportionment (1812), 189; in election
of 1812, 201.

Delaware, U. S. S., captures Croyable (1798), 58n.

Delbecq, Jean B., and Am. peace commissioners
at Ghent, 34V.

Democratic party. See Republican party.

Denis, Louise (Mignot) and Voltaire's library, 435.

Denmark, neutrality (1796), 27; and Sweden (1813)
229. See also Copenhagen, Danish Sound dues.

Desbros, Mme. , at Paris (1814), 510.

Dessallnes, Jean J., as ruler of Haiti, 167n.

Dexter, S:, Bayard on Adams's favoritism (1801),
122.

Dickson, , at Gottenburg (1813), 390.

Direct tax, plans (1796), 20, 34-36; Harper's expla-
nation of act (1798), 61-64; apportionment, 64;
amendment, 85; discontinued (1801), 142; bill
(1812), 193.

Directory, French, conditions (1795), 17; defeats in
Germany (1796), 27; Malmesbury's mission, 27!



Harper on policy of milit. aggression, 28, 38, 66;
on policy tov/ard U. S. (1797), 38-39, 45; on
tyranny and corruption, 66-67; Belgian revolt,
80; 19th Brumaire, 93, 97. See also Franco-
American war, Neutral trade, XYZ mission.

Discriminating duties, in Congress (1803), 156.

District of Columbia, federal assumption of juris-
diction, 140. See also Washington.

Dolgoruki, Prince Ivan, at dinner to Am. com-
missioners (1813), 420.

Dolgoruski, Princess, in St. Petersburg society
(1813), 432.

Donnan, Elizabeth, Papers of Jas. A. Bayard, 3.

Dorpat, population (1814), 500.

Dorset, Bayard's estate, 177.

Douglass, F: S. N., M. P. (1814), 505n.

Douglass, W:, M. P. (1814), 505n.

Douglass, W: R. K., M. P. (1814), 505n.

Downie, G:, defeat on Lake Champlain (1814), 357n.

Drawbacks, bill for relief (1807), 171.

Dresden, Rus. Te Deum for occupation (1S13), 494.

Dress, uniform for Am. ministers, 211, 217, 454; of
Danish women, 403; etiquette at St. Petersburg
(1813), 428, 441, 473.

Drink, kvass,430; in Russia, 488. See also Wine.

Drosky, described, 409; "la ligne," 446.

Drummond, Gordon, defeat (1814), 353, 357.

Du Bourg, L: G. V., school at Baltimore, 161.

Dumfries, J: C. Stuart, 7lh earl of, at St. Petersburg
(1813), 486, 491.

Dunkirk, in 1814, 516.

Dunning, J:, and defense of Clive, 160.

Du Pont de Nemours, Pierre S:, letter to Bayard
(1814) on points for peace negotiations, 301.

East Indies, Bonaparte's designs on (1798), 79.

Eccleston, , and Allan McLane (1801), 129n.

Economic conditions. See Agriculture, Commerce,
Finance, Fisheries, Manufactures, Public lands,
Slaves, Social conditions.

Edinburgh Revievj, and Hundred Days, 379n.

Edmond, W:, and Jefferson-Burr contest, 132.

Education, commercial institute at St. Petersburg
(1813), 438; female, there, 439, 448-450; cadetschool
there, 465-466. See also Museums.

Egyptian expedition, Bonaparte's, sailing, 79;
Malta, 79; battle of the Nile, 79; Turco-Russian
alliance, 79; and designs on East Indies, 79; rumors
of destruction of French, 91; Bonaparte's depar-
ture, 97.

Eldon, J: Scott, 1st earl of, on bench, 507.

Elections, 1796: Harper's analysis of pres. electoral
vote, 22-24; his characterization of candidates,
24-27; peaceful acceptance of results, 29-30.

18Q0: Harper on candidates and issue-s, ins and
outs, 106-109; and removal of cabinet ofTicers,
supposed Adams-Jefferson understanding, HI;
Federalist breach, 112; Pinckney's prospects, 112;
prospects in Md., 112; Bayard on prospects( Aug.),
112; Bayard on N. Eng. and Adams, Adams as
candidate, 114; in Del., 116; Bayard on Jefferson-
Burr contest, 117-119, 121, 123-132; Federalist
meeting on contest, 122n.; Bayard onBurr'sstand,
126, 128; influence of Jefferson's policy as to re-
movals, 128. final vote in House, 12Sn.; Harper on
contest, 134-137; electoral vote of S. C. and result,
133; electoral vote by states, 134.



INDEX.



525



1802: in Del., 154.— 7805.- pres. caucus, 173.—
1809: in N. H., 176.—1S12: Clinton's intrigue, 189TO.,
191; in Del., 201.— 1814: in Mass. and N. fl., 296.

Eliza, Brit, privateer, lecaptures Aleiander (1814),
359».

Elizabeth of Russia, and education, 439; Peterhof,
444; and school of cadets, 465.

Elizabeth Alexievna, of Russia, empress, at court
functions (1813), 454-456, 480, 487, 491, 494; pre-
sentation of Am. peace commissioners, 474; goes
to Baden, 495.

Elizabeth Christian of Denmark, queen, appearanca
(1813), 230.

Ellah, , acting Am. consul at Elsinore (1813),

399.

Ellenborough, E: Law, 1st baron, on bench, 507;
biog. note, 507n.

Ellicott, Andrew, and carrying-out of Span, treaty
ofl795, 54n.

Ellsworth, Oliver, chief-justice, 13; appt. to French
mission (1799), 89. See also Franco-American
treaty.

Elsinore, J. A. Bayard on (1813), 230, 398-400.

Embargo, question of raising (1808), Adams's reso-
lution, 172; act of 1809, 174n.; N. Eng. and, 174; of
1812, 196; of 1813, 269' repeal (1814), 295.

Emigres, question of indemnification (1814), 345.

English Channel, passage (1814), 507. See also
British seas.

Ennalls, Ann [Mrs. R: Bassettl, 47n, 155n.

Ennalls, H:, bequest to Mrs. J. A. Bayard, 157n.

Epervier, H. M. S., captiu-ed (1814), 310n.

Erebus, H. M. S., off Danish coast (1813), 395.

Erie Canal, federal aid sought (1812), 189, 191.

Erie, Ft., capture (1813), 227.

Erskine, D: M., and French minister at Washing-
ton, 190.

Erving, G: W., and peace negotiations (1814), letter
from W: R. Hamilton, 306, 309; goes to Paris, 311;
minister to Denmark (1812), 400n.; escape from
accident, 405.

Eustis, W:, of com. on French spoliation claims
(1802), 149n.; and repeal of judicial act (1802), 150;
biog. note, 150n.

Exchange, Brit.-French (1814), 508.

Excise. See Internal revenue.

Exports, of U. S. (1796), 37; (1797-98), 87.

Fair American, cartel (1814), 252, 269, 274; return to
U. S., 281.

Fair Trader, captured (1813), 386.

Falconet, Etienne M . , statue of Peter the Great, 415re.

Federalist party, Bayard as type of southern, 6;
Bayard on situation (1805), 164, attitude in Con-
gress (Jan. 1812), 188; J: Q. Adams on disunionist
attitude (1813), 448. See also Congress, Elections.

Ferdinand IV of Naples, French war (1799), 91.

Ferrand, Antoine F. C, and indemnification of
emigres (1814), 345.

Ferrier, , Brit, consul at the Hague (1814), 505.

Finances, satisfactory condition of federal (1797),
36; French measures (1814), 314, 326; Bollman's
plan for Austrian (1815), 372-373; Gallatin on, of
War of 1812, 442, 476. See also Appropriations,
Banking, Mint, Money, Public debt. Revenue,
Salaries, Taxation.

Fingal, transatlantic voyage (1814), 353, 357.



Finger-nails, Chinese, 466.

Fisher, , and relief of s. Bostea (1801), 118.

Fisher, Helen (GregerofEsky), at St. Petersburg,
tragic story, 461, 482.

Fisher, Miers [1], 461n.

Fisher, Miers [2], career and death, 461.

Fisher, Sarah (Redwood), 461m.

Fisher, T:, Bayard lawsuit, 180.

Fisheries, northeastern, in Ghent negotiations,
280, 316, 332, 333.

Fishing, in Neva at St. Petersburg (1813), 464.

Fleurieu, C: P. C, Am. negotiations (1800), 105n.

Flora, transatlantic voyage (1798), 50.

Florida, purchase bill (1806), 164, 166; Bayard on
Jefferson's hypocritical policy, 165; expected war
over, 169; Monroe on relations of U. S. (1813),
214; evacuation of E. Fla. (1813), 222: occupation of
W. Fla., 223; Gov. Kindelan's requests for supplies
(1S12), 223-226.

Food, meals at Copenhagen (1813), 401, 402; at
Revel, 409; in St. Petersburg society, 416, 419,
424, 428, 438, 447, 485, 488; at institutions in St.
Petersburg, 430, 438, 450, 466; dinner at Amster-
dam, 503.

Forbes, J: M., agent at Copenhagen, and peace com-
missioners (1813), 400.

Ford, Worthington C, Report of hist. MSS.
COM. (1913), 3; and ports, of Ghent commission-
ers, 9.

Fortress, at St. Petersburg (1813), 439.

Foster, Sir A: J:, in Washington society (1812), 189;
and French minister, 190; and prospects of war,
191; letter to Bayard (1815) on peace reception in
England, invitation to London, change of federal
capital, 376.

Fostick, , acting Am. consul at Gottenburg



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