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Adams, John, extract from his journal on negotiations for peace,

Nov. 1782 i 327
Adams, John Q to Pickering, unfriendly proceedings of the Bata-

vian Republick, 4 Nov. 1796 iii 122
to Batavian Republick's Committee of Foreign Re-

lations, faithful observation of our treaties, 31

Oct. iii 125
to Pickering, disrespect of our neutrality, 17 Feb.

1797 iii 126
to Monroe, Russia desires to offer her mediation,

30 Sept. 1812 ix 293
do do

Oct. 17 ix 294
do do friendly designs of Russia, 11 Dec. ix 295
do do

26 June, 1813 ix 499
Adams and the commissioners at Ghent to Monroe, conferences with

British Commissioners, 12 Aug. 1814 ix 319–332
do
do

19 Aug. ix 382-339
do
do

25 Oct. ix 274-430
do to British commissioners, answer to their terms, 24 Aug.

ix 376
do
do

9 Sept. ix 391
do

26 Sept. ix 404
do

13 Oct. ix 421
do
do

24 Oct. ix 428
to Monroe, further negotiations, 31 Oct. ix 430
to British, do

31 Oct. ix 430
Adet, address to President, on presenting flags of France, 1 Jan.

1796 i 97
to Pickering, acceptance by France of Republican constitu-

tion, 11 March ii 101
France will treat neutral nations, as they suffer

her enemy to treat them, 27 Oct. i 187
reproaches and complaints of France against us,

and suspension of her minister's functions here,

15 Nov. ii 196_-233
to Randolph, against the British treaty, 30 June, 1795 i

254-259
on arrest of La Vengeance, 2 Aug. ii 357
to Pickering,

do

24 Sept. ii 365
to Randolph, on the case of the Cassius, 9 Aug. ii 389

do

11 Aug. ii 392
do

18 Aug. i 394
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Adet to Pickering, on the case of the Cassius, 22 Sept. ii 400—404

do

22 April, 1796 ii 410
do

25 April ii 412
do

3 June į 414
to Randolph, offer to make a new treaty, 30 June, 1795 ii 427

explanation of powers, 8 July ii 430
communicating decree in favour of our com-

merce, 14 July îi 434
to Pickering, British aggressions on our rights, 28 Sept. ii

438-441
do

29 March, 1796 ii 442
on English purchases of contraband in our coun-
try, 12 Jan. ii 444
do

11 March 451-460
on prohibition of sale of prizes, 18 May ii 467
ignorance with respect to cause of French pri-
vateer's conduct, 14 June ii 473
do

and astonishment at in-
quiries, 7 Oct. ii 475
ignorance of French orders, complaint of Col-

lector at Boston, 14 July ii 476
difficulties with prizes in Carolina, 12 Oct. ii

479-483
complaint about the French flags, 9 Jan. i

488
complaint about almanacks and registers, 3

March ii 491
to Randolph, violation by English of our neutrality in case

of citizen Fauchet, 10 Aug. 1795 iii 16

do 19 Aug. iii 27
Address, Inaugural, first of President Jefferson iv 321
second,

V 49
first of President Madison vii 202
second,

ix 220
Algiers, difficulties with iv 354 vi 69 70 vii 70 ix 55

present war with, origin of ix 127
conduct of, Monroe's report on ix 447
message recommending war with ix 448

report on ix 448
Anderson's report on orders in council and decrees vi 478
Armed vessels forcing trade
Armstrong's explanations of Berlin decree, 24 Dec. 1806

V 475
letter to Monroe, do 7 July, 1807 vi 456
to French minister do 9 Aug. vi 460
do

do 24 Sept. vi 461
do case of the Horizon, 12 Nov. ví

463 vii 7
to Madison, 5 April, 1808 vii 16
to French minister, remonstrance against de-

crees, 2 April, 1808 vü 17

V 34

Armstrong's letter to French minister, on his letter of 15 Jan. 4 July

vii 20
do burning of ships, 10 July vii 21
do general negotiation, 6 Aug., 1808

vii 23
do offering repeal of non-intercourse

for repeal of Berlin and Milan

decrees, 29 April, 1809 vii 352
to Smith, condition on which Berlin decree would

be revoked, 28 Jan. 1810 vii 366

454
to Pinkney, do 25 Jan. vii 367 408
do revocation of decrees, 6 and 7 Aug.

vji 441 442
to Smith, French seizures, 28 Jan. vii 454
do Champagny's letter 14 Feb. of which

the errours are not to be noticed, 18

Feb. vii 458
to Champagny, causes of complaint against France,

10 March vii 459
to Smith, emperor's marriage delays negotiation,

4 April vii 463
to Smith, property sold by the French, 16 April

vii 464
do British statements no ground work
for demand of repeal of Berlin decree 3

May vii 465
to Pinkney, British blockades prevent repeal of

decrees, 2 May vii 466
to Smith, Rambouillet decree, and new seizures,

24 May vii 467
to Smith, repeal of French decrees, 5 Aug. vii

468
to Champagny, promptitude of communication of

acts concerning France, Aug. vii 470
to Smith, state of our commerce after repeal of

French decrees, property seized under Ram
bouillet decree to be confiscated, if we confis-
cate French property, 10 and 12 Sept. vii

471
to Champagny, operation of the French decrees,

vii 474
to Pinkney, repeal of French decrees depend on

condition, not precedent but subsequent, 29

Sept. vii 476
to Smith, tariff of French duties, 27 Dec. vii 499
do

do 29 Dec. viii 5
Auckland, lord, negotiation with Monroe and Pinkney vi 303

and Holland to Monroe and Pinkney, non-importa-

tion law, 4 Sept. 1806 vi 313

7 Sept.

Auckland, lord, note to reserve right to counteract Berlin decree

vi 350 366

do

Ball hanged i 371
Bainbridge, captain's letter about hostilities of Morocco, Aug. 1803 v5
Ballaou, case of the visi 338
Baltimore memorial, Jan. 1806 v 330
Barbary powers, documents respecting iv 334 374 454

relations with unchanged, except Algiers ix 447
Barlow to Monroe, arrival in France, negotiation, 29 Sept. 1811

viii 339
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emperor's absence delays negotiation, 29 Oct.

viii 341
do more delay, 21 Nov. viii 341
to duke of Bassano, proposing benefits of commerce, 10 Nov.

vili 342
to Monroe, favourable change expected, 19 Dec. viii 344
do negotiation with Bassano, friendly professions,

31 Dec. viii 345
his proposition of declaration approved, but not signed viii 349
to Monroe, hope of a treaty of commerce, 28 Jan.1812 viii 351

progress of the treaty, 8 Feb. viii 352
do hope of the treaty, 3 March viii 353
to Russell, positive evidence of repeal of decrees, 2 March

viii 353
to Monroe, duke of Bassano will devote himself

very

much
to the treaty, 18 March visi 356
do emperor's dislike of our admitting English goods,

contracted for before non-importation law, 16

March viii 357
to Bassano, the Belisarius not liable to Milan decree, after

its revocation, 6 Feb. vii 358
do claim for the Dolly and Telegraph, plundered

and burnt, 12 March vfii 358
to Monroe, treaty not made, claims of indemnity, dull work,

22 April viii 361
to Russell, case of the Acastus, evidence of repeal of de-

crees, 29 Jan. viii 380
to Bassano, desiring authentick act of repeal of decrees, 1

May ix 214
to Monroe, strange manner of concealment of definitive de-

cree repealing decrees, 12 May ix 214
to Monroe, travels to Poland, 25 Oct. ix 217
to Bassano, accepting invitation to Poland, 25 Oct. ix 218
to Russell, definitive repeal of French decrees, 11 May

ix 249
Barron, Samuel, commodore's letter to Eaton about Tripoli, 22

March 1805 v 175
letter to secretary of the navy, same, 6 April
1805

v 379

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Barron, Samuel, letters to Lear and Rodgers, 22 May 1805 V 415

James, about attack on Chesapeake, 23 June 1807 vi 35
Bassano, duke of, to Russell, admission of our vessels, 4 May 1811

viii 196
Good Intent before council of prizes, 25 May

viii 201
to Barlow, high duties only raise price to consu-
mers, 27 Dec.

viii 347
impressed seamen, liberated, 21 Dec.

viii 350
prisoners liberated, 8 Jan. 1812

viii 351
Belisarius and part of cargo given up,

15 March viji 360
report to the senate, general explanation and vin-
dication of principles of continental system,

10 March viii 411
answer of Britain, 21 April ix 259–265
to Barlow, surprise at his doubt of revocation of

decrees, 10 May ix 215
to Barlow, invitation to Poland, 11 Oct. ix 218

to Crawford, complimentary, 1 Aug. 1813 ix B02
Bayonne decree vii 164

indemnity for captures under, to be claimed

viii 330
Beasley to Monroe, state of affairs with Sweden, 12 Dec. 1812

ix 230
Berceau, papers relating to the restitution of iv 388
Berkeley, admiral's, orders against Chesapeake vi 19

punishment of, would comport with what is due

to British king's honour vii 211
not to be insisted on as sine qua

vii 436
appointment to Lisbon station vii 308
Berlin decree, and explanations v 476–478

explanation of, 18 Sept. 1807 vi 58
interrupts our negotiation with Great Britain vi 350
right of Great Britain to counteract, asserted vi 350

366 473 vii 51 56
admitted by Monroe and Pinkney, how

vi 406
denied in the special circumstances 'vii 62

68 80
how considered by us vi 491 492
terms on which it would be revoked yii 298

365 366
absolutely revoked vii 441 468

on a condition, not precedent, but

subsequent vii 476
repeal of, absolute, precise, and unequivocal, calls for

revocation of orders in council viii 31

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