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Kibitka, 460.

Kihdelan, Sebastian, gov. of E. Fla., letter to capt.-
gen. of Cuba (1813) for relief, 223; to gov. of Ba-
hamas on same, 225.

King, C:, and Dartmoor prison investigation, 381.

King, Rufus, Rus. negotiations (1799), 92n; and im-
pressment, 233; and rumored change of admin.
(1814), 342, 354; and rejection of Gallatin (1813),
476.

King, T., hostages for (1813), 249.

Kingston, Stephen, Bayard and consulship for
(1812), 192.

Klupfeldt, , at Peterhof (1813), 444.

Knaggs (Maggs), Whitmore, hostages for (1813), 251.

Konink, de, and Am. peace commissioners at

Copenhagen (1813), 401-403.

Kosodawlew, Osip Petrovich, Rus. minister of in-
terior, family and society (1813), 443, 472, 474,
482, 487, 4SS, 490.

Krehmer, Benedict, in St. Petersburg society (1813),
492.

Krehmer, Sebastian, in St. Petersburg society (1813)
and Am. peace commisi^ioners, 327, 356, 372, 451,
458, 461, 467, 482, 492.



530



INDEX.



Kronberg Castle, described (1813), 398, 399.

Kulm, battle of (1813), news at St. Petersburg, Te
Deum, 455.

Kurakin, PriTice Alexis, Napoleon's remark (1811),
420; appearance, 420, 495, 496.

Kutusov, Mikhail L., death, 395; tomb, 419.

Kvass, 430.

Labinski, , director of Winter Palace (1813), 457.

Labourdin, French privateer, New Jersey case, 168n.

Laeken, chateau of, in 1S14, 511.

Lafayette, Marquis de, rumor of release (1796), 17;
Congress and efforts for release, 39; not m dungeon,
39n.; letter to Alexander I (1814) on U. S. nnd neu-
tral rights, 299, 510; and Bayard at Paris, 317, 510.

La Forest, Comte Ren^ de, at dinner with Bayard
(1814), 510; biog. note, 5Wn.

La Harpe, F: C, dislike of Englishmen, 362.

Lam.bert, J:, and recharter of Bank of U. S. (1911),

183.

Larpent, Francis S., Dartmoor prison investiga-
tion, 381re.

Latimer, G:, question of removal (1801), 12S)j.

Lattimer, H:, leaves Senate, 132; biog. note, 132^;
illness of, 164.

Laughton, Dr. , at Antwerp (1814), 515.

Lavendeghem, Baron de, hfitel at Ghent, 332/?.

Law, E:. See Ellenborough.

Law, Eliza P (Custis), accident (1802), 149.

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

Lawton (Lay ton). Dr. E., voyage to Europe (1813),
387n.

Layton. See Lawton.

Le Blanc, Sir Simon, on bench, 507; biog. note,
50772.

Le Chauvin, , and Am. peace commissioners at

Ghent, 347.

Lee, Archibald, letter from J. A. Bayard (1814) on
expected failure of Ghent negotiations, 317n.

Lee, C:, atty.-gen., 14.

Lee, H:, and J. A. Bayard, 95.

Leib, Michael, Philadelphia postmastership, 290n.

Leip.sic, battle of (1813), Te Deum for at St. Peters-
biurg, 480.

Lens, J:, and J. A. Bayard (1814), 507; biog. note,
507n.

Leo {Lion), Am. privateer, capture by (1814), 359.

Leopard- Chesapeake affair, negotiations, 172n.

Le Pelletier, 3Ime. , at Paris (1814), 344.

Letters of marque. See Privateers.

Le^yls^ ^ takes dispatches to St. Petersburg

(1814), 285.

Lewis, J., fight with Maidstone (1814), 310.

Lewis and Hall of N. Y. Commercial Advertiser,
corresp. with Andrew Bayard (1814) on false ex-
tracts from J. A. Bayard's letters, 328, 330, 331, 331.
Liberty, as toast at St. Petersburg (1813), 458.
Libraries, royal, at Copenhagen (1813), 403; Vol-
taire's at St. Petersburg, 435.
Lieven, Christopher A., prince de, and Russian me-
diation in War of 1812, 232, 239, 244, 247, 261, 269-
271, 441, 469, 479; and direct negotiations, 271, 272,
278; and Am. commissioners, 506.
Ligne, C: J., prince de, on congress of Vienna, 364.
Lillo, Ft., on the Scheldt, 513.
Lincoln, Levi, commission on Ga. cession (1800),
103n.



Linen, Russian (1813), 465.
Listen, Robt., and Blount conspiracy, 40.
Livingston, E:, Jon. Robbins case, 96.
Livingston, Robt. R., and renewal of Fulton's pat-
ent (1811), 187; biog. note, 187ra.
Lloyd, Jas., jr., in Senate (1809), 174?i.
Lodgings, at St. Petersburg (1813), 427, 483.
Logan, G:, federal act caused by mission, expected
repeal, 148; opens Murray's official dispatch, 442.
Logan aci, expected repeal (1802), 148.
Loire, H. M. S., engagement (1814), 310??.
London, celebration of fall of Napoleon, 506; entry

of Louis XVIII, 506, 507.
Londonderry, C: W: Stewart, S(f.?7iarfu«sso/, at con-
gress of Chatillon (1814), 275; biog. note, 275n; at
congress of Vienna, 363; and Rus. mediation in
War of 1812, 447n.
Londonderry, Robt. Stewart, Sd marquess of. See

Castlereagh.
Londres, h6tel de, at St. Petersbiu-g (1813), 447.
Lopes, Manuel, schooner captured (1812), 223.
Louis XVIII of France, measures of govt. (1814),
314, 326, 344-340; Crawford's opinian, 32.5; entry
into London (1814), 506, 507; and U. S., 509.
Louis, Baron Jos. D., measures as minister of finance

(1814), 314.
Louise of Prussia, queen, monument captured by
Am. privateer, restoration, 359: and Ranch, 359n.
Louisiana purchase, Monroe's mission, 156.
Louvre, in 1814, 509.

Lowndes, T:, of com. on French spoliation claims,
149n.

Luning, Mme. ,in St. Petersburg society (1813),

475.
Lyford, H: J., Brit, naval capt., off Danish coast

(1813), 395.
Lynedoche, Baron. See Graham.
Lyon, Matthew, Griswold affair, 48-50; return of

sedition fine, 148.
Lyttelton, Lady Sarah (Spencer), and J. A. Bayard,

257; at St. Petersburg (1813), 486, 491.
Lyttelton, W: H:, 3d baron, letter to J. A. Bayard
(1814) on letter of introduction, 257; at St. Peters-
burg (1813), Bayard on, 491.

Macdonough, T:, Lake Champlain, 348, 357.

McHenry, Jas., sec. of war, 14; removal. 111??.

Mclvean, T:, gov. of Pa., and Bayard-Champlin
duel, 110.

Mackintosh, Sir Jas., and Hundred Days, 379n.;
M. P. (1814), 506.

McLane, Allan, and Lyon-Griswold affair, 49; biog.
note, 49n.; and Bayard-Ch^mplin duel, lUn.;
letters from J. A. Bayard (1801) on Jefferson-Burr
contest, 126, 127, 128; question of removal (1801),
128n., 129n.; and Bayard's departure (1813), 385.

McMasters, Josiah, and nominating caucus (1808),
173.

Macon, Natl., and repeal of sedition act, 93.

Macon bUl No. 1, 17^-180.

Madison, Dorothy (Payne Todd), and Mrs. J. A.
Bayard, 175.

Madison, Jas., and Jay treaty, 12, 18, 22; commission
on Ga. cession (1800), 10371.; and Miranda's expe-
dition, 169n.; and Jackson, 178ra.; and prospects
of war (Feb. 1812), 192; (May), 196; letter from
J. A, Bayard (1812) on judgeship for Rodney, 195;



INDEX.



531



credentials of peace commissioners (1814), 254-250;
Federalist on, and peace negotiations, 26f>, 267;
changes in cabinet, 290; and repeal of embargo
(1814), 295; clamor against (1814) expected resig-
nation, 342; and Gallatin's appt. to peace mission,
476; rupture with Smith 484. See also Congress
{Eleventh- Thirteenth), Elections {1808, 1812).

Maidstone, H. M. S., fight (1814), 310n.

Mail. See Postofflce.

Maine, cession of portion in Ghent negotiations, 320,
333, 337; promised recapture, 354.

Maistre, Covvt Jos. de, Sardinian -minister at St.
Petersburg, 420n., 423.

Malcolm, S: B., Adams's sec. (1798), 73.

Malines, in 1814, 512.

Mallet Freres et Cie., bankers at Paris, 330.

Malmesbury, Jas. Harris, 1st earl of, peace mission
(1796), 27, 37, 40.

Malta, French seizure (1798), 79.

Mansfield, , of London, and J. A. Bayard (1814),

506.

Manufactures, of St. Petersburg (1813), 429-431, 465,
472, 476; Rus. exclusion of Brit., 459.

Marbois. See Barb6-Marbois.

Maria Feodorovna of Russia, empress, foundling
hospital and factory, 429; and murder of Paul I,
434; and commercial institute, 438; and education
of girls of nobility, 448, 449; and female orphanage,
450; at court functions, 454-456, 480, 487, 494-496;
f§te day, 460; presentation of Am. peace com-
missioners, 477; appearance, 478; audience of
leave for J. A. Bayard, 496.

Maritime rights. See Neutral trade.

Markoff, Co«ni A rcadius I., in St. Petersburg society
(1813), 488; biog. note, 488n.

Marli Palace, 446.

Marryat, Jos., at Paris (1814), 314; M. P. (1814), 506.

Marshall, J:, not in Adams's confidence (1801), 121;
chief-justiceship, 122. See aho XYZ mission.

Maryland, in election of 1800, 112.

Mason, J:, letter to J. A. Bayard (1814) on Am. acts
of retaliation, 249.

Masquerade, public, at St. Petersburg (1813), 467.

Massachusetts, election (1814), 296.

Mathewson, Elisha, in Senate (1809), 174n.

Matilda of Denmark, queen, confinement, 399.

Meht^e de la Touche, Jean C. H., pamphlet (1814),
345.

Meigs, Return J., postmaster-gen., 290.

Merlin of Douai, Comte Philippe A., graft in
Directory, 67.

Merry, Arthur, and Burr, 168r!.

Mettemich, Furst von, at congress of Vienna, 364;
and Bellman's financial scheme (1815), 374.

Meulemeester van Aken, Jean de, and Am. peace
commissioners at Ghent, 304, 346.

Meyer and Bruxner, bankers at St. Petersburg, 277.

Michael of Russia, grand duke, at court functions
(1813), 454, 478, 480, 487, 494; appearance, 478.

Military, St. PetersbOTg school of cadets (1813),
465-466.

Militia, federal bill (1797), 29, 31- and preparation
for French war, 53, 56.

Milledge, J., commission on Ga. cession (1800),
103«.; of com. on French spoliation claims (1802),
149ra.



Milllgan, G: B., attach^ in Am. peace mission
(1813-14), 21471., 274, 287, 293, 305, 380, 413, 507;
voj-age, 386; at Gottenburg,395; visit to Tsarskoi
Selo, 436; to Peterhof, 447; to Pavlovsk and Gat-
china, 453; in St. Petersburg society, 450, 459,
460, 464; leaves St. Petersburg, 496; at Rotterdam,
505; at Ghent, 511-513; leaves for England, 514.

Correspondence: to J. A. Bayard (1814) on Clay
and change in place of meeting, his attitude
towards peace, 293; arrival of commissioners at
Ghent, 303; friends at London, capture of Wash-
ington, King and Bayard as pres. candidates,
Madison and resignation, 341; Ireland, Brit.
reverses. Am. war spirit, 353.

Milo, transatlantrc voyage (1815), 379.

Mint, movement to abolish federal (1802), 147, 148;
Russian (1813), 439.

Miranda, Francisco A. G., admin, and expedition
(1806), 169.

Mississippi River, Span, treaty and free nav., 11;
free nav. in Ghent negotiations, .320, 337.

Mitchell, (?) Robt., dines with Adams (1798), 73.

Mitchell, S : L., of com. on French spoliation claims
(1802), 149n.

Mobile, Brit, attack (1815), 380.

Money, Russian (1813), 412, 500. See also Ex-
change, Paper money.

Mom-o, Alex., biog. note, 438ra.

Monroe, Jas., French mission (1803), 156; negotia-
tions on impressment (1806), 233; and Alopaeus,
501.

Correspondence: heretofore printed letters from
peace commissioners (1813-14), 243, 245, 293, 298,
315, 318, 347.— To Bayard (1813) on outfit, Harris,
uniform, 210; sending of instructions, 212; cipher,
passports, salary, and contingencies, 213; attaches,
214; passport, 218: approval of instructions, 222. —
From Bayard (1813), appt. to mission, 204; uni-
form, chance to study instructions, 217; approval
of instructions, 221; (1814) plans for meeting at
Gottenburg, Brit, appts., departure from St.
Petersburg, no notification of Brit, declining
mediation, 279.— To commissioners (1813) in-
structions on Baltic powers and neutral rights:
Indian traders, 204; U. S. and Fla. 214; commer
cial negotiations with Russia, neutral rights, 215
commercial negotiations with Gt. Bn., 216
indemnity, 219; Brit, safe conduct, 219; Fla., 222
instructions on blockade and impressment, pro-
gress of war, cession of Canada, protection of Am
supporters in Canada, boundary, 226; rejection of
Gallatin, instructions in case of Brit, declining,
Rus. treaty, Swedish mission, 239; (1814) attache,
256; instructions on cession of Canada, reason for
Brit, declining mediation, Baltic powers and
neutral rights, no combinations with other
powers, 263; Brit, reasons for declining media-
tion, impressment, 272. — From the commission-
ers (1813) on Rus. second eSort, unofficial news
of Brit, declining mediation, Neptune, plans for
departure from St. Petersburg, 240; (1814) reasons
for closing mission there, 257; change of place of
meeting to Ghent, arrival there, 305.— To Baring
Bros. (1813) on credit for peace mission, 214.—
With Daschkofl (1813) on safe conduct for mis-
sion, 220, 220.— To R. G. Beasley (1814) on offer



532



INDEX.



and acceptance of direct negotiations, 251. —
From J: Q. Adams (1814), 267.— From Clay and
Russell (1814), 285, 287.— From Cockburn (1814),
343.— To Castlereagh (1814) on safe conduct to
dispatch vessel, 344.

Mons, in 1814, 511.

Montesquiou, Frangois X. M., and press censor-
ship (1814), 314, 326.

Moore, Capt. , at Dunkirk (1814), 516.

Moore, B:, biog. note, 515n.

Moore, Charity (Clarke), 515n.

Moore, Clement C, and Lady Affleck, 515n.

Moore, Sir J:, death, 176.

Moreau, Jean V., defeat (1796), 27; death, 242n.,
460, 473; and Am. peace mission (1S13), 242n.,
447, 448; funeral, 474.

Moreton, , goes to Ghent (1814), 314.

Morgan, Danl., and Lyon-Griswold affair, 49.

Morris, Gouverneur, and repeal of judicial act
(1802), 146; at Washington (1812), canal or pres.
intrigue, 189, 191.

Morris, Lewis R., and Bayard-Champlin duel,
llOn.; and Jefferson-Burr contest, 128, 129, 132;
biog. note, l2Sn.

Moscow, reconstruction (1813), 444; paintings of
Napoleon's occupation and retreat, 463.

Mimnings, W: V., gov. of Bahamas, letter from
gov. of E. Fla. (1812) asking relief, 225.

Murat, Joachim, king of Naples, and congress of
Vienna, 361.

Murray, W: V., French overtures (1799), 78, 88;
appt. to French mission (1799), 89; Logan opens
dispatch, 442. See also Franco-American treaty.

Museums, Copenhagen (1813), 404; St. Petersburg,
429, 461-464; Louvre in 1814,509.

Music of Rus. church, 418.

Myer, , in St. Petersburg society (1S13), 438.

Myers, , goes to Ghent (1814), 314.

Naarden, French garrison (1814), siege, 281, 504.

Naples, question at congress of Vienna, 361.

Napoleon 1, 19th Brumaire, Harpei on character of
consulate, 93, 97-100; attitude toward U. S. (1800),
104; and loan from U. S. (1802), 153; news of fall
in U. S., 296, 310; regretted in France (1814), 346;
on advisability of Brit. -Am. peace, 372; remark
to KurakiQ, 420; Russia and continental system,
459. Sec also next title, and Franco-American
treaty, Neutral trade.

Napoleonic wars, Malmesbury's mission (1796), 27,
37, 40; Ital. campaign (1796), 27; (1799), 91; French
defeats la Germany (1796), 27; Span, alliance
(1796), 27; French naval policy (1797), 46n; treaty
of Campo Formio, 44, 53; prospects of peace with
Gt. Bn. (1797), 44; preparations to invade England
(1797), 48, 53, 66; (1S03), 158; seizure of Venice, 53;
expected second coalition (1798), t5; Brit, block-
ade (179S), 66; expected French defeat (1798), 67;
Egyptian expedition, 79, 91, 97; Irish revolt (1798),
80; French reverses (1799), 100; Brit.-Rus. inva-
sion of Holland (1799), 100; prospects of peace
(1800), 105; renewal (1803), and Am. trade, 158;
Span, campaign (1809), 176; question of a congi-ess
(1813), 229, 236; congress of Chatillon (L814), 275;
French success in Silesia (1814), 275; Brit, attitude
(1814), 281; eiTect of abdication on Am.-Brit. peace
negotiations, 2S6; upon allies, 288; London and
abdication, 312; Bergen op Zoom (1814), 349, 505,
515; Gt. Bn. and Hundred Days, 379, 382; retreat



of Russians (1813), 395, Kulm (1813), Te Deum at
St. Petersburg, 455; contemp. Rus. paintings on
Moscow campaign, 463; Leipsic, Te Deum, 480;
Dresden, Stettin, and Pamplona, Te Deum, 494;
battlefield before Paris (1814), 509; See also
Neutral trade, Vienna (congress of).

Narrow seas. See British seas.

Narva, battlefield in 1813, 414; town, 414.

Naryshkin, Alexis, as husband of tsar's mistress,
421, 432; grand chamberlain, 475.

NarysMvin, Dimitri, master of ceremonies at Rus.
court (1813), 474.

NaryshJiin, Marie (S^mavine), mistress of Alexan-
der I, 421, 432.

Natchez, evacuation by Spanish (1798), 54w.

National Intelligencer, editor (1802), 145n; and non-
importation (1806), 165n.

Nautilus, U. S. S., captured (1812), retaliation for
treatment of crow, 249.

Navigation. See Boat, Shipping, Toimage.

Navy, American, construction for French war, ex-
pense, pri\-ate subscriptions, 14, 21, 33, 42, 56-57,
77, 78, 81; as protection to commerce, 82; exploits
in French war, 58, 82-83, 101; Harper's justifica-
tion (1800), 106; peace establishment (1801), 142-
143; first war preparations (1812), 192; in war of
1812, 269, 310, 314; opportunity to purchase ships
in Europe (1815), 375.

Navy, French, policy (1797), 46k.

Navy yard at Amsterdam (1814), 503; at Antwerp,
513.

Negroes, as curiosities in Russia (1813), 411. See
also Slaves.

Nelson, Horatio, 1st viscouvt, Nile, 79; passage of
Kronberg, 398.

Neptune, takes peace commissioners to Europe
(1813), 220, 385; Rus. passport for return, 245;
movements, 24.5-247, 251, 270, 281, 282, 287, 294, 349,
356, 357, 372, 379, 476, 480, 482, 515; return to U. S.,
3847?.; outward voyage, 385-395, 398, 406-407, 422.

Nesselrode, Count Karl R., and Rus. mediation in
War of 1812, 268.

Netherlands, forced loan to France (17%), 28; im-
ports from U. S. (1790), 37; French subjugation, 66;
Brit.-Rus. expedition (1799), 100; slight to U. S.
on entry of Prince of Orange (1813), 248; revolt
(1813), 282; constitution (1814), 504.

Neutral trade. Harper on French depredations
(1796-98), 28, 38-39, 43, 46, 51, 52; question of con-
voys and letters of reprisal (1797/, 42, 46; French
decree of 1798, 50; nonintercourse with France
(1798-1801), 58, 77, 84, 85, 121, 124, 125, 141; de-
crease in French depredations, 77, 105; navy as
protection, 81, 82; and renewal of Napoleonic wars
(1803), 158; measure for nonimportation of Brit.
goods (1806), 164-160, 169; embargo, 172, 174, 196,
269, 295; choice of war with Gt. Bn. or France over
(1808), 173, 177; nonintercourse act (1809), 174, 176;
lack of decisive policy (1809), 174; rumored Brit
propositions (1809), 176; Macon bill No. 1, 178-180;
Jackson's mission, 178; convoy bill (1810), 179;
futility of policy of admin. (1810), 179; noninter-
course bill (1811), 184; interest of Baltic powers in
rights, 205, 206, 215, 264, 272; Lafayette's letter to
tsar on stand of U. S. (1814), 299-300; in Ghent
negotiations, 318, 333, 338; at congress of Vieima,
349, 355, 356, 360, 361. See also Franco-American
war, Impressment, War of 1812.



INDEX.



533



Neva River, quays (1813), 460; fishing, 464; remov-
able bridges, 482, 493; benediction of the waters
496.

New England, in election of 1800, 114; and embargo
174; and War of 1812, 294.

New Hampshire, election (1809), 176; (1814), 296.

New Jersey, capture by French privateer (1798),
52n.; prize case, 168w.

New London, naval operations (1813), "blue
lights," 269; (1814), 310.

New York City, and naval construction (1798), 57.

New Orleans, right of deposit by treaty of 1795, 11;
suspension of specie payments (1814), 319.

Niagara campaign (1813), 227, 266, 385.

Nicholas I of Russia, at court functions (1813), 454,
478, 480, 494; appearance, 478.

Nicholas, J:, and bankrupt bill (1800), 95; and Jeffer-
son's policy as to removals (Feb. ISOl), 12S«.; and
Murray's dispatch (1798), 443.

Nicholas, Philip N., biog. note, 162ra.

NichoUs, W:, hostages for (1813), 250.

Nicholson, Jos. H., and repeal of judicial act (1802),
149«.

Nile, battle of the, 79.

Nineteenth Brumaire, news in U. S., 93; Harper on,
97-99.

Nobility, debts of Rus. (1813), 426; female school at
St. Petersburg, 448-^49.

Nonimportation. See Nonintercourse.

Nonintercourse, with France, 68, 77, 84; question of
Haitian trade, 85; question of continuing (1801),
and tobacco trade, 121, 124, 125, 141; resolution for
nonimportation of Brit, goods (1806), 104-166, 169;
with Haiti (1806), 167; bill (1809), 174, 176; Macon
bill No. 1, 178-180, with Gt. Bn. (1811), 184; Pope's
resolution (1812), 197; repeal (1814), 295. See also
Embargo.

North Carolina, in election of 1800, 114.

Norwaj», conditions (1813), 230; acquisition by
Sweden, 2307i., 288.

Oakley, C:, arrival in U. S. (1809), 176.

O'Beime, Mrs. (Hamilton), 353.

O'Beirne, T. L:, daughter-in-law, 353.

Ogden, Aaron, and repeal of judicial act (1802), 147;
regt. (1799), 185; letter from J. A. Bayard (1811)
on renewal of Fulton's patent, 187.

Orders in Council, rumored repeal (1S09), 176. See
also Neutral trade.

Oregon country, Brit, expedition against Astoria,
486.

Orford, Horatio Walpole, Sd. earl of, and Rus.
mediation in War of 1812, 247, 261, 479, 489; char-
acter, 492; contempt for Romanzoff, 495.

OrlofE, Count, letterfrom Dascbkofl (1813) introduc-
ing J.. A. Bayard, 210.

Orlov, Count Alexis G., monument, 437; biog. note,
437n.; palace, 450.

Orphans, female school at St. Petersburg (1813),
449.

Osten-Sacken, Fabian W., filrst von der, defeat in
Silesia (1814), 275w.

Ostend, in 1814,516.

Ozarowsky, Ceunt, at Tsarskoi Selo (1813), 437.

Pahlen, Count, N: de, at London (1814), 342.
Pahlen, Count Theo. de, movements (1814), 342.
Painting. See Art.



Palaces, at Copenhagen (1813), 400; Rus. chateaus,
414; at St. Petersburg, 417, 425, 433, 450; Tsarskoi
Selo, 436-437; Peterhof, 444-447; Pavlovskand

Gatchina, 453; Sans Souci (1814), 502; of Louis

Bonaparte at Amsterdam, 603; at The Hague,
505; Versailles, 509; Lacken, 511.
Pamplona, Rus. Te Deum for occupation (1813),

494.
Paper money, treasury notes (1813), 203; suspension

of specie payments (1814), 319.
Paris, after restoration (1814), 508-510; catacombs,

509.
Parish, , and estate of Israel Brown (1798), 48;

e:q)ected voyage to Europe (1814), 342, 353.
Parker, Nahum, in Senate (1809), 174w.
Patent OlHce, destruction prevented (1814), 352n.
Paterson, W : , and chief-justiceship, 122.
Patten, J:, candidacy for Congress (1800), 116n.
Paul I of Russia, and France (179S), 65; assassina-
tion, 425, 433; imbecility, 429; and education, 439;

tomb, 440; and school of cadets, 465.
Paulueci, Marquis, gov .-gen. of Livonia, and Am.

peace commissioners (1814), 501.
Pavia, Napoleon's thi'eat against (1796), 28.
Pavlovsk, described (1813), 453.
Peacock, U. S. S., cruise (1814), 310; captures Eper-

vier, 310ft.

Pearce, , and J. A. Bayard (1806), 168, 169.

Penn, (?) R:, claim in Ghent negotiatioHs, 347.
Pennsylvania, in election of 1800,114; banking bill

(1810), 179; banks (1814), 319.
Penny, Joshua, hostages for safety of (1813), 250.
Penrose, Am. ship, expected return from Canton

(1813), 386.
Perigny, G., relative (1814), 344n.
Peter I of Russia, Narva, 414; equestrian statue,

415; workshop, 429; efiQgy and relics, 429; resi-
dence at St. Petersburg, 434, 440, 464, 471; tomb,

440; Peterhof, 444; house there, 445; Marli

Palace, 446.
Peter III of Russia, imbecility, 429; tomb, 440.
Peterhof, described (1813), 444-^47.
Petrovskoi Ostrov, described (1813), 464, 470-471.
Pettit, C:, Revolutionaiy claim, 149, 156; land

grant, 170.
Pettit, Sarah [Mrs. Andrew Bayard], 116».
Pettit V. Barton, 180.
Philadelphia, and naval constructicm (1798), 57;

suspension of specie payments (1814), 319.
Philadelphia Gazette, publishers (1800), 112n.;

editor (1802), 15471.
Pichon, L: A., and French overtures to U. S. (1798),

88, 443; French chargd at Washington, to ask for

loan, 153.
Pickering, Timothy, sec. of state, 14n.; letter to

R: Bassett (1798) on French perfidy, 74; Bayard

on removal, HI; in Senate (1809), 174k.
Pinckney, C: C, private letter on XYZ mission, 51;

Harper and Bayard on character and candidacy

(18C0), 109, 133. See also XYZ mission.
Pinckney, T:, electoral vote (1797), 22-24; Harper

on, as candidate, 24; retaliatory act (1812), 249.
Pinkney, Ninian, armistice conference (1814), 297n.
Pinkney, W:, negotiations on impressment (1808),

233; and Alopaeus, 501.
Pissou, Jean B., and Am. peace commissioners at

Ghent, 347.



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INDEX.



Pitt, W: [2], power (1795), 17.

Plattsburg, battle of (1814), 348.

Pleasonton, Stephen, to J, A. Bayard (1813) on
passport, hope for success of mission, impress-
ment, 218; saves archives (1814), 21Sre.

Plougs, , in St. Petersburg society (1813), 428-

429.

Plumer, Sir T:, Brit, vice-chancellor, 507n.

Plumer, W:, letter from J. A. Bayard (1811) on
career of S: White, 184; biog. note, 184n.

Poktiers, H. M. S. (1813), 250.

Poinsett, Joel R., and Alexander I, 491,497; biog.
note, 491w.

Poland, question at congress of Vienna, 361.

Police, at St. Petersbiu-g (1813), 467.

Polignac, Jules, due de, at St. Petersburg (1813),
4S5, 488, 491.

Politics, Bayard's advice on electioneering (1812),
188. See aho Elections, and parties by name.

Polonaise, 458.

Pope, J:, resolution on nonintercourse (1812), 197.

Population, Gottenburg (1813), 396; Revel (1813),
407; Narva (1813), 414; Dorpat (1814), 500; Pots-
dam (1814), 502; Roye (1814), 510; Mons (1814), 511;



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