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Brussels (1814), 511; Antwerp (1814), 513; Ghent
(1814), 513; Bergen op Zoom (1814), 515; Bruges
(1814), 516; Dunkirk (1S14), 516.

Porcelain, St. Petersburg factory (1813), 430.

Porcupine'^ Gazette, Harper on purpose (1796), 29.

Porter, Robt. K., author 392; history of Hamlet, 404.

Portugal, and slave-trade question at congress of
Vienna, 363.

Postofflce complaints (1796), 16; regulating acts
(1797), 31; (1799), 85; receipts (1795), 32; (1796), 32;
(1797), 59; unfranked mail for congressmen (1810),
180-181; mail opened in Russia, 456.

Potenikin, Gregor, prince, Tauridian Palace, 417.

Potsdam, iii 1814, 502.

Powell, J:, expected voyage to Europe (1814), 342,
353.

President, U. S. S., cruise (1813), 269.

Press, censorship in France (1814), 314,326. See
also Alien and sedition.

Prevost, Sir G:, armistice (1814), 297; Plattsburg,
348.

Prison, at Ghent (1814), 514.

Prisoners of war, retaliation in War of 1812, 249-251;
Dartmoor prisoners, 380-381.

Privateers, policy of letters of reprisal postponed
(1797), 42,46; in Franco-Am. war, number, 57, 77,
83; capture of French, 58, 83.

Prizes, period of restitution after treaty of Ghent,
365.

Protection, home industry issue in Russia (1813),
459.

Prussia, and France (1797), 53; (1798), 65; Am. com-
mercial treaty (1800), 137; at congress of Vienna,
question of Saxony, 352, 359, 361, 372, 378. See
also Napoleonic wars.

Public debt, payments on federal (1797), 31; need of
greater revenue for, after 1798, 34; prospects of ex-
tinguishment (1797), 36; loan of 1798, 42, 60, 92;
Del. and investment in federal (1800), 94; and ap-
propriations for 1802, Bayard on, 151; loan of 1814,
310.

Public lands, bill (1796), 12; revenue (1798), 59.



Quarterly Review, and Napoleon's return from Elba,

379n.
Quays at St. Petersburg, 460.
Quicksilver, plan for supplying S. Am. (1815), 374.

Raccoon, H. M. S., takes Astoria (1813), 486n.

Rahl, Baron, in St. Petersburg society (1813), f^te,
431,457.

Raism River, battle of (1813), 292.

Randolph, J:, army speech and episode (1800), 93;
and Fla. (1806), 164ra.; Bayard on conduct, 165. -

Rank, Bayard on titles, ill; reference to military
grade in Russia (1S13), 427.

Rappatel, Col. , on death of Moreau, 473; biog.

note, 473ra.

Rauch, Christian D., monument of Queen Louise,
3597! .

Redemptioners. See Servants.

Redwood, , takes dispatches from St. Peters-
burg (1813), 444.

Redwood, Sarah [Mrs. Miers Fisher), 461w.

Reed, Jos., and J. A. Bayard, 6.

Reuihart, Baron Earl F:, and Bollman (1814), 360,
363.

Reir. S:, Philadelphia Gazette, 112«.

Religion. See Churches, Greek church.

Republican party, Adams on, as obstructionists
(1802), 152; Bayard on ascendancy (1805), 164;
disorganization iu House (1806), 165.

Revel, described (1813), 407-413; population, 407;
ho ses, 408; theater, 410; churches, 410, 412; and
Am. negroes, 411.

Revenue, federal (1794), 15, 16; (1795-90), 32; (1797),
59; (1798), 87; expected federal (1797), 32; (1798),
34.

Rhone, Comte de, house at the Hague, 505.

Ridgely, N:, Bayard on conduct and character
(1800), 95; and road through Bayard's plantation,
120.

Riga, described (1814), 500-501.

Ripon, F: J: Robinson, earl of, and Am commer-
cial negotiations (1815), 3Sln, 382, 383.

Roads, Russian (1813), 413.

Robbins, Jon., extradition (1800), 96«.

Robinson, F: J:. See Ripon.

Robinson, Jon., in Senate (1809), 174ra.

Rodde, Christian, Am. consul at Revel, and peace
commissioners (1813), 407, 409, 412.

Rodgers, J:, retaliatory act (1812), 249.

Rodney, Caesar A., biog. note, 94ft. ; defeats Bayard
for Congress (1802), 15471., 485; and judgeship
(1812), 195; and Bayard's departure on peace mis-
sion, 385.

Letters from J. A. Bayard: heretofore printed,
152, 153, 159, 159, 159, 172, 1&3, 187, 187, 187, 187,
190, 193, 193, 193, 193, 195, 195, 197, 199, 201, 201, 202,
202, 204, 230, 243, 245, 288, 312, 351, 366; (1801) on
journey to Washington, lodgings, judicial biU,
Jefferson- Burr contest, Boston petition, 117; law-
suits, road through plantation, Washington so-
ciety, judicial bill, 119; (1807) congratulation on
appt. as atty.-gen., 170; (1812) secret sessions on
declaration of war, 198, 200; (1813) Raisin River
defeat, 202; sailing of peace mission, 226.
Roe, Brinckle, sherifi ta Del. (1800), 119.
Roederer, Pierre L:, Am. negotiations (1800), 105«.



INDEX.



535



Romanzofl, Count N: de, reception and cotirerence
with Am. peace commissioners (1S13), 231-236,
243, 416, 425; does not consider Brit, declining of me-
diation as final, second offer, 232, 234-236, 243, 244,
246, 441, 469; on European congress, 236; relations
with Am. commissioners, 244, 253, 328, 356, 431,
469, 486; and unofficial assurance of Brit. decUn-
iog, 247; and failure of official notification of de-
clining, 252-254, 2G7, 269-271, 479-480, 494; declin-
ing credit as official, expected resignation, 254,
270, 356, 495; appearance and manners, 417, 425;
dipl. dinners, 419^21, 441, 451, 454, 475, 481, 486,
493, 495; and present to commissioners, 432; and
formal recognition of mission, 472, 473; and rejec-
tion of Gallatin, 480; hated by Brit, party, 495;
and departure of mission, 496.

Correspondence: to Am. peace commissioners
(1813) on passport for Neptune, 245; (1814) failure
of official notification of Brit, declining, 259, 262,
271; passport, 262.— From the commissioners
(1813) armouncing arrival, 230; commercial nego-
tiations, 237; closing of mission, 258, 260; failure
of notification, 271.

RomUly, Sir S:, M. P. (1814), 506.

Rope walk, at St. Petersburg (1813), 428.

Rose, G: H:, and Chesapeake-Leopard affair, 172«.

Rosenkrantz, Niels, and Am. peace commissioners
(1813), 404; biog. note, 404n.

Ross, Jas., and repeal of judicial act (1802), 147.

Roye, in 1814, 510.

Ruiz de Apodaca, Juan, capt.-gen. of Cuba, letter
from gov. of Fla. (1812) asking relief, 223.

Russell, Jon., Swedish mission, 206n., 241, 274; and
impressment negotiations (1811), 233; appt., opin-
ion of Hunter (1814), 266; at Stockholm, 287, 290;
at Ghent, 303, 306, 314, 333, 335, 512-514. See also
Ghent negotiations.

Correspondence: to Bayard and Gallatin (1814)
on arrival at Gottenburg, 283, 287.— From Bay-
ard (1814) on movements, effect of Napoleon's
fall, Brit, appts., place of meeting, 285.— To Ad-
ams (1814) on arrival, Gallatin, 284; dispatches,
284.— With Adams (1814-15) on custody of mis-
sion archives, 284, 284.— To Willink (1814) on
draft, 285. — To Monroe (1814) on movements of
commissioners, 285; change of place of meeting to
Ghent, arrival there, 305.— From Clay (1814), 288,
298. — To Brit, commissioners (1814) on buffer
state. Great Lakes, 320; passport for dispatch ves-
sel, Indian treaty, 342; commercial negotiations,
367; sale of negroes in W. I., 367.— From Brit,
commissioners (1814), 344, 358, 368.

Russia, Turkish alliance (1798-99), 79; Am. negotia-
tions (1799), 91; withdrawal of armies (1800), 105;
and neutral rights (1813), 204-206, 215, 264, 272;
Am. commercial negotiations (1813), 215, 238, 240,
423; winter travel, 281, 483-484, 496-500; Revel
(1813), 407-412; land journey, 413-415; peasants'
houses, 413; agriculture, 414, 437; serfdom, 426;
debts of nobility, 426; rank, 427; Tsarskoi SeJo,
436-437; Peterhof, 444-447; Pavlovsk and Gat-
china, 453; Riga, 500-501. See also next title, and
St. Petersburg.

Russian mediation mission in War of 1812, Bayard
appt. to mission, 204; instructions on interest of
Baltic powers in neutral rights, 205, 206, 215, 264,



272; on restriction on Brit. Indian traders, 205; on
armament on Great Lakes, 205; on restoration of
territory, 205; Federalist suspicion of appt. of
Bayard, his reasons for accepting, 206, 211-213;
outfit of commissioners, 210; Harris as sec, 210;
uniform, 211, 217, 454; letter mtroducing Bayard
to Count Orloff, 210' forwarding of instructions,
212; sailing of mission, 212, 226, 385; cipher, 213;
passports, safe-conduct, 213, 216, 218-220; salaries
and contingencies, funds, 213-214, 277; attach^,
214; instructions on Fla., 214, 222; commercial
negotiations with Russia, 215, 238, 240, 423; foreign
entanglements to be avoided, 217; commercial
negotiations with Gt. Bn., 216; study of instruc-
tions, Bayard's approval of them, 217, 221, 222;
instructions on impressment, 218, 227, 232-235,
237, 300; on blockade, 226; on cession of Canada,
228; on protection of Am. supporters in Canada,
228; on boundary, 228; voyage and land journey
to St. Perersburg, 229, 242, 385-415; first rumors
of Brit, declining mediation, 229; reception and
conversation with Romanzofl, Rus. foreign min-
ister, 230-239, 416, 419, 423; Am. powers confined
to mediation, 232, 236, 268, 441; Brit, declining not
considered final, Roman?.ofl's second offer. 232,
234-236, 238, 243, 244, 246, 441, 469; Alexander in-
formed of Brit, declining, 235n.; Senate's rejec-
tion of Gallatm, 239-240, 476, 479, 480; instruc-
tions in case of Brit, declining, 240, 241; Gallatin
ordered home, 241; heretofore printed letters on
mission, 242, 243, 245, 293; Moreau and mission,
242«., 447, 448; effect of absence of tsar, 244; move-
ments of Neptune, 245-247, 251, 276, 281, 282;
unofficial assurance of Brit, declining, plans
for departiu-e, 247, 251, 268, 269, 447, 470, 471, 479,
481; Dallas at London, 248; news of Brit, offer of
direct negotiations, 248, 251-252, 268, 270; failure
of official notification of declining, departure, 252-
254, 257-262, 269-271, 279-281, 477, 479-480, 482,
493, 494, 496, 497; Rus. passports, 262; Monroe on
reasons for Brit, declining, 264-265, 272; Brit,
popular objection to mediation, 272; official visits
and entertainment, 419-420, 422, 423, 428, 431, 441,
454, 475; lodgings of mission, 427, 472, 483; and war
news, 431; and question of present from tsar, 432;
mOitary honors, 434, 473; Gallatin on acceptance
of mission, 442, 476; pro-Brit, sentiment in St.
Petersburg, 451; anomalous unrecognized position
of commissioners, 452; formal recognition of mis-
sion, presentation at court, 472-475, 477. See also
Ghent negotiations.

Rutledge, J:, letter from J. A. Bayard (1800) on
removal of Pickering, election prospects. 111;
voyage to Savannah, 112.

Rutledge, J:, jr., and Bayard-Champlin duel, UOn.

Ruyter, Michael A. de, model of ship, sword, 503.

Sacken. See Osten-Sacken.

Sacklia (Sacqui), ^fme. , tight-rope walker

(1814), 513, 514.
Sacqui. See Sacklin.
St. Alexander Nevski Church at St. Petersburg

(1813), 418, 422; imperial ceremony at, 454.
St. George, Order of, hall, 435.
St. Isaac Cathedral at St. Petersburg (1813), 416,

418.



536



INDEX.



St. Marie, Mme. , at Paris (1814), 510.

Saint M^min, C: B. J. F. de, port, of J. A.
Bayard, 9.

St. Michael's Palace at St. Petersburg (1813), 425,
433.

St. Nicholas Chiirch at St. Petersburg (1813), 441.

St. Peter and St. Paul Cathedral at St. Petersburg
(1813), 440.

St. Petersburg, J. A. Bayard at (1813-14), 243, 415-
497; statue of Peter the Great, 415; churches, 416,
418, 422, 440, 441; carriages, 417; palaces, 417, 425,
433, 450; sociallife, 416, 423-425, 428-429, 431 . 432, 438,
440, 443, 450-451, 456-461, 467, 472, 474, 475, 483,
485-488, 491, 492, 494, 496; official social life, 419-
420, 428, 441, 454-455, 475, 481, 486, 493, 495; water
supply, 419, 460; theaters, 421, 422, 426, 448, 462,
467, 468; walks and walking boulevards, 421, 460,
466, 471, 490; women, 421, 428; Summer Garden,
426, 466; lodgings, 427, 483; French as language of
society, 428; dress etiquette, 528, 441, 473; gentility
of untitled folk, 428; academy of sciences, 429;
foundling hospital and factory, 429-430, 468; por-
celain and glass factories, 430, 476; houses of Peter
the Great, 434, 440, 467, 471; commercial institute,
438; schools, 439, 448-450; Fortress, Mint, 439;
imperial cabinet, 440; hotel, 447; pro-Brit, senti-
ment, 451; court functions and ceremonies, 454-
456, 474-475, 477-481, 491, 494-497; Te Deum for
victories, 455-456, 469, 480, 494; fruit market, 457;
autiunn and approach of winter, 458, 459, 462, 467,
469, 476, 477, 479, 480, 482, 483, 488-493; quays,
460; academy of art, 461-464; Petrovskoi C strov,
464, 470; fish and fishing, 464; linen, chaffering,
465; school of cadets, 465-466; public masquerade,
order, 467; stores, 469; school for defectives, 470;
removable bridges on the Neva, 482, 493; beggars,
489; scarcity due to open winter, 490: benediction
of the waters, 496.

Salaries, regulation of congressional (1796), 14; in-
crease in federal civil service (1799), 86.

Salt, duty raised (1797), 43.

San Lorenzo, treaty of (1795), provisions, 11; delay
in carrying-out, 41.

SandCord, , Englishman at St. Petersburg (1813),

492.

Sans Souci, described (1814), 502.

Santo Domingo, and Am. trade (1799), 85; H&lou-
ville's plan against U. S. (1798), 90. See also
Haiti.

Sarah Ann, captured Am. privateer, retaliation for
treatment of crew (1813), 249.

Sassenay, Marquis de, letter to J. A. Bayard (1814)
requesting passage on frigate, rupture at Ghent,
329; biog. note, 3297i.; Bayard visits at Paris
(1814), 510.

Saxo Grammaticus, Copenhagen copy of history,
404.

Saxony, question at congress of Vienna, 352, 359,
361, 372, 378.

Schinckler and Bros., bankers at Berlin, 501.

Schools. See Education.

Scott, J:. See Eldon.

Scroggs, W: O., Repoet of hist. MSS. com.
(1913), 3.

Sea-dog, 462.

Seamen's act of 1813, 203, 233, 234, 237.

Search. See Impressment.

Secession, J : Q. Adams on Federalists and (1813), 448.



Sedgwick, Theo., speaker of the House, and bank-
rupt bill (1800), 95; on Bayard-Champlin duel,

11071.

Sedition, Harper on Brit, acts of 1795, 17; these as
model for Am. act, 17n. See also Alien and
sedition.

Senate, state instruction of senators, 183. See also
Congress.

Serfdom, abolition in Denmark, 405; conditions in
Russia (1813), 426.

Serra Capriola, Antonio M. D., diLca di, Sicilian min-
ister at St. Petersburg, 420n.; exiled by debts, 424;
in St. Petersburg society, 431, 459, 486, 494.

Serurier, L;, and Washington society, 189; and Brit.
minister, 190.

Servants, Dutch redemptioners (1798), 49.

Shaler, W :, attach^ in Ghent peace mission, 256, 284,
285.

Shipping, in Am. trade (1794), 16; Am. owned, 16;
Increase in Am. (1798), 87. Set also Tonnage.

Shorter, G:, negro, attracts attention at Revel(1813),
411; at Ghent, 514.

Shuvaloff, Countess, at school (1813), 449.

Sicard, Abbe Roche A. C, biog. note, 470n.

Sioussat, Annie L. [Mrs. Albert], and ports, of com-
missioners at Ghent, 10.

Skerrelt, J: B., killed at Bergen op Zoom, 515.

Slave-trade, question at congress of Vieima, 360«.,
363.

Slaves, federal direct tax on, 35, 61; sale of Am., In
Brit. W. I. during War of 1812, 358, 368. See also
Serfdom , Servants.

Sluyter, Elizabeth [Mrs. S: Bayard], 5.

Smith, Jeremiah, election as gov. of N. H. (1809),
176w.

Smith, Jos. A., and Alexander 1 , 491, 497.

Smith, Margaret (Bayard), 145w.

Smith, Kobt., Gallatin on rupture with Madison,
484.

Smith, S:, "douceur" episode, corresp. with J. A.
Bayard, 69-73; candidacy for Congress (1798), 69;
and Jefferson's policy on removals (Feb. 1801),
128re, 12971.; accident to family (1802), 149; and
Armstrong's nomination (1806), 1687i.; and Macon
bill No. 1, 178, 180; of com. on bank (1810), 18l7i.;
and Raisin Riverdefeat,202; resemblance to Louis
XVIII, 325; and brother's rupture with Madison,
484.

Smith, S: H., edits National Intelligencer, 145n.

Smith, W:, Am. minister to Portugal, Turkish nego-
tiations (1799), 92n.

Smith, Sir W: Sidney, at congress of Vienna, 360m.,
363.

Smith, W: Stephens, and Miranda (1806), 169ra.

Smith, W: Steuben, visit to Tsarskoi Selo, 436.

Smothers, H:, in Russia with Am. peace commis-
sioners, 245.

Social conditions. See Charity, Dress, Drink, Eco-
nomic conditions. Education, Food, Houses, Re-
ligion, Social life. Theaters.

Social life, at Washington (1801), 120; (1812), 189; at
Copenhagen (1813), 401-402; at St. Petersburg
(1813), 416, 419, 421, 423-425,428-429,431,432, 438,
440, 441, 443, 450-451, 456-461, 467, 472, 474, 475, 481,
483, 485-496; dress etiquette there, 428, 441, 473; at
Amsterdam, 503.

Soltykov, Countess Alexis, at fete at St. Petersburg
(1813), 457.



INDEX.



537



South, and proposed conquest of Canada (1812), 196.
South Carolina, in election of 1800, 114, 133.
Southey, Robt., and Hundred Days, 379n.
Southwest, provisions of Span, treaty (1795), 11;

delay in carrying-out treaty, 41, 54.
Spaight.R: D.,and relief of S. Boston (1801), llSn.
Spain, Am. treaty (1795), 11, 41, 54; imports from
U. S. (1796), 37; war with Gt. Bn. (1796), 27; cam-
paign (1809), 176. See also Florida, Spanish
America.
Spanish- America, Miranda's expedition (1806), 169;
plan for developing of trade with U. S. (1815), 374.
See also Florida.
Spartan, H. M. S., blockade of Chesapeake Bay

(1813), 385.
Spear, Miss —, accident at Washington (1802), 149.
Spencer, G: J:, Zd earl, and public affairs (1814), 257.
Speyer, J:, commercial agent at Stockholm (1813),

205; consul, 272??.
Stadion, Johann P. K. J., graf von, and Austrian

finances (1815), 373.
Stael, Mme. de, at London (1814), 506; at Paris, 510.
Stamp act, federal (1797), Harper on, 43-44; attempt
to repeal, 52; popular opposition, 52; expected
revenue, 52; amended (1799), 85.

Staphorst, van. See Willink and Van Stap-

horst.
State rights, and judicial act of 1801, 140.
Steamboats, plan for, on the Danube (1814), 352.
Steinbach, Count, of Revel, and Am. peace commis-
sioners (1813), 410.
Steinhuyseu, Count, and peace commissioners at

Ghent, 350.
Stelle, Pontius D., hotel at Washington, 118, 119.
Stephen, Jas., M. P. (1814), 506.
Stephens, J:, hostages for (1813), 249.
Stettin, Rus. Te Deum for occupation (1813), 494.
Stewart, Sir C: W: See Londonderry.
Stirling, C:, and Am. retaliatory act (1813), 249.
Stores, at St. Petersburg (1813), 469.
Strielna, chateau of (1813), 415.
Strode , Sir E : Chetham. See Chetham.
Strogonoll Palace at St. Petersburg (1813), 450.
Strong, Natl. W., Am. consu. at Gottenburg, con-
duct as dispatch bearer (1814), 252, 269, 276, 278,
283, 502.
Stuart, Gilbert, price for port, of Washington, 96.
Stuart, J: C. See Dumfries.
Stuyvesant, Anna [Mrs. S: Bayard], 5.
Summer Garden at St. Petersburg (1813), 426, 466.

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

Sunday, Russian (1813), 470.

Supreme Court, chief-justiceship (1796), 13; (1801),

122.
Suvirov Kimniksky, Alex., count, tomb, 418;
biog. note, 418n.,' statue, 466.

Svertschkoff, , and Am. peace mission (1813),

218, 220; at London, 342.
Svinin, Paul, bears dispatches to Am. peace com-
missioners (1813), 242, 431.
Svistounov, N:, chamberlain (1813), 475.
Swan Tavern, on the Schuylkill, 49.
Swanton, J:, hostages for (1813), 250-251.
Swartwout, S:, arrest and habeas corpus (1807), 172.
Sweden, neutrality (1796), 27; and U. S. (1813),
minister to, 206, 241; and neutral rights, 205, 206,
272; and Denmark (1813), 229; and Norway, 230??.,
288.



Switzerland, Helvetian Republic as subjugation
(1798), 65, 66; French annex, of Geneva, 74; cam-
paign (1799), 100.

Talbot, Silas, Amelia prize case, 123??.

Talleyrand-P^rigord, C: M. prince de (prince of
Benevento), overtures to Murray (1798), 88; and
Napoleon's abdication, 288; attitude of restored
govt, toward, 345; at congress of Vienna, 348, 355;
and Ghent negotiations, 3G2, 509, 510. See also
XYZ mission.

Tallmadge, B:, of com. on French spoliation claims
(1802), 149n.

Tanner and Co., of Hamburg (1814), 359.

Tariff, revenue (1794), 15; (1795), 32; (1796), 32;
(1797), 59; (1798), 87; change (1797), 30; salt duty
(1797), 43; collection act (1799), 85; discriminating
duties (1803), 156; question of drawbacks (1807),
171. See also Customs, Protection.
Tartufe, French privateer, sunk (1799), 83n.

Tastes Bank estate, Md., 157.

Tauridian Palace at St. Petersburg (1813), 417.

Taxation, and war spirit (1812), 190; French (1814),
346. See also Direct tax. Internal revenue, Tariff.

Tchesma Palace at St. Petersburg (1813), 450.

Tchitchagov, Paul V., residence at Peterhof (1813),
447; biog. note, 447n.

T« Deum at St. Petersburg for victories (1813), 455-
456, 469, 480, 494.

Tennent, , and R: Bassett (1798), 47.

Termessee, admission, 14; in election of 1800, 114.

Thacher, G:, and relief of S. Boston (1801), 118n.

Theaters, at Revel (1813), 410; at St. Petersburg,
421, 422, 42G, 448, 4G2, 467, 468; at Riga, 501; at
Amsterdam, 503; Antwerp, 513; Ghent, 514.

Thomson, , and J. A. Bayard's legal services

(1812), 198.

Thorkelin, Grtminr J., and Am. peace commission-
ers (1813), 403; biog. note, 403«.

Thornton, W:, biog. note, 339w.; saves Patent
Office (1814), 352n.

Ticknor, G:, on Brit, reviews and Hundred Days,
379n.

Tierney, G:, Lyttelton's letter to (1814), introduc-
ing J. A. Bayard, 257.

Tilghman, E:, and circuit judgeship (1801), 125, 143.

TUghman, Oswald, acknowledgment to, 185n.

Tilghman, W:, appt. to circuit judgeship (1801),
125n.

Tobacco, French trade, and nonintercourse act
(1801), 141.

Todd, J: P., attach^ in peace mission (1813-14), 212,
214n., 217, 218, 221, 380, 387, 476, reaches St. Peters-
burg, 422; visit to Peterhof, 447; to Pavlovsk and
Gatchina, 453; in St. Petersburg society, 460;
leaves St. Petersburg, 496; at Rotterdam, 505.

Tonnage, revenue (1794), 15; (1795), 32; (1796), 32;
(1797), 59. See also Shipping.

Toronto (York), capture (1813), 227, 385.

Toussaint 1' Ouverture, and Hddouville, 90.

Tracy, Uriah, and Smith's "douceur" episode
(1798), 70, 71; biog. note, 70re.

Transit, dispatch vessel, passport (1814), 342, 344;
takes treaty of Ghent to U. S., 365.

Transportation. See Shipping, Travel.

Travel, Danish stool v/agon, 401; droslry, 409, 446;
land journey from Revel to St. Petersburg (1813),
413-115; St. Petersburg carriages, 417; winter



538



INDEX.



routes from St. Petersburg, 483-484, 496; winter

"journey to i;iga, 497-500; London to Paris (1814),

507-508; tide boat on the Scheldt, 513; from Os-

tend to Dunkii'k by diligence, 516.
Treasury uotes, bill for (1813), 203.
Treaty-making power. House and demand for

papers, 12, 18-20.
Tri. ute, in Algerian treaty, 12.
Truxtun, T:, Constellation- Ins urgente fight, 83n.:

Vengeance fight, 101.
Tsarskoi Selo, described (1813), 436-437.
Turkey, French war and Rus. alliance (1798-99),

79; Am. negotiations (1799), 91.
Turreau de Garambouville, L. M., and Brit, min -

ister at Washington, 190.
Two Brothers, Span, schooner captured by Am.

privateers (1812), 223.
Tyson, '■ , and estate of Israel Brown (1798), 48.

Uniform, of Am. ministers, 211, 217, 454.
United States, U. S. S., first cruise (1798), 56n.; cap-
tures French privateers (1799), 83.
United States Bank. See Bank of United States.

Valenciennes, in 1814, 510.

Van Rensselaer, Killian K.,corresp. with J. A. Bay-
ard (1813) on peace mission, 206, 212.

Vassall, Elizabeth [Lady Webster, Lady Holland),
515n.

Vassall, Mary (Clarke) [Lady Affleck], 515n.

Vassall, R:, wife, 515n.

Vengeance, French warship, Constellation fight
(1800), 101.

Venice, French seizure (1797), 53.

Venning, J:, on death of Miers Fisher, 461n.

Versailles, in 1814, 509.

Vieima, congress of, and Ghent negotiations, 348
351, 509; and neutral rights, 349, 351, 355, 356, 360
361; territorial questions, 352, 355, 359, 361, 362
364, 378; lack of unity, 352, 363; Brit, position and
delegation, British and Russians, 355, 360, 362
slave-tade, 360?i., 363; Naples, 361; rupture and
ultimate war expected, 361, 363, 371, 372; no regu-
lar sittings, 364; general questions untouched, 362
opinion of War of 1812, 362; secrecy, 362; effect of
return of Napoleon conjectured, 363; leaders, 364
expected permanent peace, 378.

Virginia, in election of 1800, 114; and recharter oi
Bank of U.S. (1811), 183.

Virginia resolutions, protest of minority, 74.

Voltaire, library in Winter Palace, 435.

Vorontsov, Count Mikhail, biog. note, 481n.

Vorontsov, Count Semen, Am. negotiations (1799),
92«.

Wadsworth, Jas., and S: Smith's "douceur"

episodes (1798), 70, 71, 73.
Wagon, stool wagon of Denmark, 401; kibitka, 460.

See also Travel.
Walking, popularization in St. Petersburg (1813),

421, 460, 471, 490.
Wallaston, V\': H., and peace movement (1814),

330; biog. note, 330re.
V/aJpole, Horatio. See Ortord.
War of 1812, Federalists and preparations, 188;

W'arhawks and taxation, 190, 192; prospects (Feb.

1812), 191, 192; preparations, 192; supposed Brit.



attitude and plans (Feb.), 193; (June) 199, 200



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