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THE UNITED STATES,

FROM THE

ACCESSION OF GEORGE WASHINGTON TO THE PRESIDENCY, EXHI-
BITING A COMPLETE VIEW OF OUR FOREIGN
RELATIONS SINCE THAT TIME.

IN TEN VOLUMES.-VOL. VII.

SECOND EDITION.

PUBLISHED UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF CONGRESS.

INCLUDING

CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENTS,

NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.

BOSTON:

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY T. B. WAIT AND SONS.

1817.

C.R.

DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS, TO WIT:

DISTRICT CLERK'S OFFICE.

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BE it remembered, that on the twenty-eighth day of October, A. D. 1810 and in the forty-first year of the Independence of the United States of America, Thomas B. Wait and Sons, of the said district, have deposited in this office the title of a book, the right whereof they claim as proprietors, in the words following, to wit:

"State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States, from the accession of George Washington to the Presidency, exhibiting a complete view of our Foreign Relations since that time. In ten volumes. Second editio Published under the patronage of Congress. Including Confidential Documents, now first published."

In conformity to the act of the Congress of the United States, entitled, “An act for the encouragement of learning, by securing the copies of Maps, Charts, and Books, to the authors and proprietors of such copies, during the times therein mentioned :" and also to an act, entitled, "An act supplementary to an act, entitled, An act for the encouragement of learning, by securing the copies of Maps, Charts, and Books, to the authors and proprietors of such copies during the times therein mentioned; and extending the benefits thereof to the arts of Designing, Engraving and Etching Historical, and other Prints." JNO. W. DAVIS, Clerk of the District of Massachusetts.

THE

NEW YORK

PUBLIC LIBRARY

Astar, Lenex nd den
Foundatings.

1900

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CONTENTS.

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7

DOCUMENTS accompanying President's message, Nov. 8, 1808, relative
to Berlin decree and French depredations---continued from vol. vi. 5

Letters from Gen. Armstrong relative to ship Horizon

M. Champagny to Gen. Armstrong

General Armstrong to Mr. Madison, enclosing remonstance against

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Mr. Pinkney to Mr. Canning, Aug. 23, 1808, proposing to suspend em-
bargo, on condition repealing orders in council
Correspondence between Mr. Erskine and Mr. Madison
Col. Lear to Secretary of State, March, 1808, relative to demand by
dey of Algiers

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Message, Nov. 8, 1808, relative to England and France
Report on foreign relations, Nov. 22, 1808

Message, Dec. 23, 1808, transmitting copies of all acts, decrees, orders
and proclamations affecting neutral rights, since 1791

Message, Jan. 17, 1809, transinitting correspondence between Mr.

Canning and Mr. Pinkney

Message, Jan. 30, 1809, communicating further correspondence between

Mr. Canning and Mr. Pinkney

Inaugural address of President Madison

Message opening Congress, May 23, 1809

Documents accompanying above message, relative to arrangement for

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Message, Dec. 12, 1809, transmitting Mr. Jackson's circular letter, and

despatch from Mr. Canning to Mr. Erskine

Message, Dec. 16, 1809, transmitting extracts from the correspondence
of the minister of the United States at London

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Letter from general Armstrong, Aug. 6, 1810, revocation of Berlin and
Milan decrees

Lord Wellesley to Mr. Pinkney, Sept. 26, 1810; blockade of Elsinore
does not extend to the Sound

Message, Feb. 9, 1810, relative to the free navigation of the Mobile
Message, Feb. 17, 1810, transmitting report of Secretary of State re-
lative to French and British orders and decrees; also relative to
forged American ship papers

Message, March 27, 1810, relative to call of the House for correspon-

dence of our minister at London

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Message, May 1, 1810, transmitting report of Secretary of State, and
letters to and from Mr. Pinkney and general Armstrong
Message opening Congress, Dec. 5, 1810
Documents accompanying above message....Letters from Mr. Smith
to Mr. Pinkney, relative to successor to Mr. Jackson, Chesapeake,
orders in council, &c. Jan. May, July, October and Nov. 1810
Letters from Secretary of State to general Armstrong relative to French
spoliations, letter of duke of Cadore, and revocation of French de-
crees, June, July and November

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Letter from lord Wellesley, Feb. 20, 1810, notifying blockade of Spa-
nish coast from Gijon to French territory

Correspondence of Secretary of State, Mr. Pinkney, and lord Welles-

ley, relative to recall of Mr. Jackson, orders in council, &c. Jan. to

Aug. 1810

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Extract of a letter from general Armstrong to Secretary of State, Feb.

17, enclosing note from M. Champagny, Feb. 14, 1810

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Same to same, stating the emperor's complaints against America, and

that he had determined to sell American property seized in Spain,

March 10, 1810

Same to same, May 24, 1810, enclosing copy of Rambouillet decree - 467
Duke of Cadore to general Armstrong, relative to non-intercourse law,
and stating that he is authorized to declare that the Berlin and Mi-
lan decrees are revoked, &c. Aug 5, 1810
Note from same, notifying that American vessels not denationalized will
be admitted into French ports, Sept. 12, 1810

Fapers in relation to West Florida, accompanying President's Message

Dec. 5, 1810

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Message, Dec. 28, 1810, transmitting report of Secretary of State, en-
closing French decree admitting thirty or forty American vessels;
correspondence of Secretary of State with general Turreau; and
letter from general Armstrong relative to French duties

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