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apathy in Congress (Feb.), 193; South and pros-
pects of annex, of Canada, 196; attitude of admin,
(May), 196-197; embargo, 196, 269; Pope's non-
intercourse resolution, 197; secret sessions on
declaration, 198, 200, 201; declared, 200, 201;
Raisin River, 202; seamen's act, 203; finances,
Gallatin on, 203, 310, 319, 340, 442, 476; Niagara
campaign (1813), failure, 227, 266, 385; condition of
army (1813), 227; coast defense, 227; Am. retalia-
tory acts, 249-251, 280; naval movements, 269, 310:

» "blue-lights," 269; attitude of N. Eng. (1814), 294;
repeal of embargo and nonintercourse, 295; Pre-
vost's armistice (1814), 297; France and Am.
armed vessels (1814), 314; Brit, veteran troops
(1814), 315; Washington, 342, 346, 348, 352n., 357;
clamor against admin. (1814), 342; Baltimore, 348;
Plattsburg and Lake Champlain, 348, 357; Am.
spirit (1814), 354, 355; Maine, 354; news in Europe
of Am. successes (1814), 357; European opinion,
362, 360; Mobile, 380; Dartmoor prisoners, 3SO-381;
Moreau on attitude of radicals, 447; J: Q. Adams
on Federalists, 448; Oregon, 486; French volunteer
officers, 510. See also Ghent negotiations. Neutral
trade, Russian mediation.

Warren, Sir J: B., safe conduct for Am. peace com-
missioner (1813), 218-220; and peace negotiations,
232, 233, 268.

Warrington, Lewis, captures Epervier, 310n.

Washington, G:, and House demand for Jay treaty
papers, 12, 18-20; changes in cabinet, 13; at
Adams's inauguration, 29; Del. and port. (1800),
96. See also Congress (Fourth).

Washington, D. C, Bayard on (1801), 117, 119
lodgings, price (1801), 118, 119, 122; society (1801)
120; gaiety (1812), 189; Davis's Hotel, 195n.; cap
ture (1814), news in Europe, 342, 346, 348, 35271.
357; abandonment as capital suggested, 376.

Washington, U. S. S., construction (1814), SlOn.

Water, supply at St. Petersburg (1813), 419, 460.

Watson, J: F., on Bayard-Champlin duel, llln.

Weather, autumn and approach of winter at St.
Petersburg (1813), 458, 459, 462, 467, 469, 476, 477,
479, 4S0, 4S2, 483, 488^193; winter .'ourney in Rus-
sia, 497-500.

AVebster, Lady Elizabeth (Vassall) [Lady Holland]
515n.

Webster, Sir Gilbert, wife, 515m.

Wellesley, Arthur. See Wellington.

Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, 1st duke of, ambassa-
dor at Paris, 325.

Wells, W: H., heretofore printed letter from J. A.
Bayard, 47; from Bayard (1812) advice on polit.
campaign, Del. banks, attitude of Federalists,
Clinton and Morris at Washington, apportion-
ment, 188.

West Indies, imports from U. S. (1796), 37; French
depredations on neutral trade (1797-99), 38, 77;
Am. trade and peace negotiations (1814), 280; in
Am. -Brit, commercial negotiations (1815), 383.

Wharton, C: H:, Bayard on character, 113; biog.
note, 113n.

Whitbread, S:, M. P. (1814), 506.

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

White, S:, on Bayard's defeat (1802), 154?i.; Bayard
on career and character, 184-186.

White House, Bayard on (1801), 119.



INDEX.



539



Wilkinson, Jas., Randolph's resolutions against
(1S06), 167; reported arrest (1S14), 290.

William I of Netherlands, return (1813), 248n.; and
U. S. (1814), 287; receives Am. peace commission-
ers, 504; enti-y at The Hague, 505; at Ghent, 515.

William II of Netherlands, in 1814, oOin.

William of Wiirtemberg, expected marriage (1814),
364.

Williams, Robt., of com. on French spoliation
claims (1802), 149m.

Willink and Van Staphorst, bankers at Amsterdam,
21071. ; order on, for Am. peace commissioners (1813)
214; draft on, 285; and commissioners at Amster-
dam, 502, 503.

Wilson, Alex., gov. of foundling hospital at St.
Petersburg, 430.

Wilson, T:, of London, and J. A. Bayard (1814), 507.

Winchester, Jas., defeat at Raisin River, 202.

Wine, J. A. Bayard's orders, 110, 116, 144, 159, 169,
172, 201; in Russia, 409, 447.

Winter Palace, described (1813), 435, 450, 459.

Wistar, Caspar, biog. note, 438n.

Wittgenstein, Ora/ Ludwig A. P., biog. note, 439b.

Women, of St. Petersburg (1813), 421, 428.



Woodward, Capf. , held as hostage (1813), 250.

Worthington, T:, and Raisin River defeat 202.
Wyer, E:, Am consul at Riga (1813), 241.

X Y Z mission, rumored refusal to receive Pinckney,
37, 40; appt. of joint commissioners, reasons, 41; at
Paris, not received, 46, 50; rumor of French com-
missioners, 48; Pinckney on French sentiment, 51;
demand for tribute, 54, 67; departure, Gerry re-
maining, 64; his recall, 65; insult in retaining
Gerry, 65; Adams and demand for tribute, 69-73.

Yazoo claims compromise (1S14), 295.

Yellow fever, drives federal govt, from Pluladelphia
(179S) 74n.

Yeo, Sir Jas. L., Am. retaliation for act (1813), 251;
movements (1814). 310.

York, F: A:, dukt of, invasion of Holland, lOOn; de-
feat in Silesia (1814), 275n.

York. See Toronto.

Zaire, Chevalier, at St. Petersburg (1813), 489.
Zea-Bermudez, Francisco, Span, minister at St.

Petersburg, 4207i., 422.
Zealous, H. M. S., in Baltic S <t(1813), 406.



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