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Letter from Mr. Monroe to Mr. Madison, Richmond, Feb:

28, 1808, explanatory of his views of treaty with Great

Britain

150

Extract of a letter from Gen. Armstrong to Mr. Monroe,

dated Paris, July 1807, relative to captures by French

privateers

192

Correspondence between Regnier, Champagny, and general

Armstrong, Sept. and Oct. 1807, relative to the Berlin

decree

194

Correspondence of general Armstrong relative to the case of

the Horizon, November 1807

199

Copy of Milan decree, Nov. 11, 1807
,

207

Message transmitting report of secretary of state, relative

to dates of certain letters referred to in letter from gene.

ral Armstrong, April 1, 1808

209

Message transmitting a letter from M. Champagny, and

another from Mr. Erskine, April 2, 1808

209

Report of committee to whom was referred correspondence

between Mr. Monroe and Mr. Canning, &c. April 16,
1808

215

Message opening Congress, Nov. 8, 1808

221

Documents accompanying above message; correspondence

between Mr. Madison and general Armstrong, relative to

Berlin decree and French depredations.

229

Letter from general Armstrong to Mr Madison, November

1807, relative to French decree in the case of the Horizon 240

General Armstrong to M. Champagny, Nov. 12, 1807, re-

lative to Horizon

241

M. Champagny to Mr. Armstrong, Nov. 24, 1807

249

General Armstrong to Mr. Madison, April 1808, enclosing

formal remoostrance against French decrees, and corres-

pondence about them

251

Mr. Madison to Mr. Pinkney, Dec. 23, 1807, enclosing

copy of embargo law

260

Same to same, March 1808, enclosing commission to Mr.

Pinkney as successor to Mr. Monroe

262

Same to same, April and July, 1808, enclosing correspon.

dence with Mr. Rose, and comments

263

Mr. Pinkney to Mr. Madison, Feb. 1808, relative to tran.

sit duty on cotton, &c.

272

Mr. Canning to Mr. Pinkney, Feb. 1808, proposing an

option between a transit duty and prohibition

274

Letter from Mr. Pinkney to Mr. Madison, enclosing notifi.

cation of blockade of Zealand, May 1808

276

Letters from Mr. Pinkney to Mr. Madison, June, August,

and Sept. 1808, about negotiations

278

Mr. Pinkney to Mr. Canning, Aug. 23, 1808, proposing to

suspend embargo on condition of repealing orders in

council

286

Mr. Canning to Mr. Pinkney, Sept. 23, 1808, in answer to

above proposal

Correspondence between Mr. Erskine and Mr. Madison,

March 1807

293

Col. Lear to secretary of state, March 1808, relative to de.

mand by dey of Algiers

310

Message transmitting copies of all acts, decrees, orders and

proclamations affecting neatral rights, since 1791.-Dec.
23, 1808

315
British orders, blockades, &c. from March 1793, to Oct.

1808

French decrees, &c. from May 1793, to April 1808 382

French West India decrees

401

Spanish decrees, &c.

405

Omitted British orders, blockades, &c.

Report on foreign relations, Nov. 22, 1808

408

Message transmitting correspondence between Mr. Canning

and Mr. Pinkney, Jan. 17, 1809

420

Message communicating further correspondence between

Mr. Canning and Mr. Pinkney, Jan. 30, 1809

443

Inaugural address of President Madison

454

Message, first session of eleventh Congress, May 23, 1809 457.

Documents accompanying above message, relative to ar.

rangement for repeal of orders in council

461

Message, June 15, 1809, communicating correspondence

between Mr Pinkney and Mr. Canning; and Mr. Erskine

and Mr. Smith

467

Message at opening second session of eleventh Congress,

1809

475

319

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481

British orders in council relative to trade exposed by the

rejection of Erskine's arrangement, May 24, 1809 485

Explanations between Mr. Smith and Mr. Erskine

488

Explanations between Mr. Gallatin and Mr. Erskine 498

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