Papers and Letters written, on this occa.
sion, by Mr. Capning, 796, 817, 821, 826,
AMERICA (U. S.)-Correspondence between
Lord Liverpool, 817, 822.
Mr. Monroe, American Secretary of State,
Melville, 822, 827.
and Mr. Foster, British Minister at Washing-
ton, relative to the British Orders in Council,
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Lords Grey and Grenville,
825, 827, 830.
Correspondence between Mr. Pinkney and
Marquis Wellesley, on the same subject, 32, Revocation of the Orders in Council, 815.
Report of the Committee to whom was re-
FRANCE.- Reports laid before the Conserva-
ferred that part of the President's speech
tive Senate, on the tenth of March, 1812.
which relates to Foreign Affairs, 207.
I. Report of the Duke of Bassano, Minister
Report of Mr. A. Gallatin, Secretary of the
for Foreign Affairs, to his Majesty the Em-
Treasury, laid before the Congress, 22d. Nov.
peror 'and King, relative to the Continental
System, 445, 478.
Documents relative to Mr. Henry's mission,
II. Report of the Minister of War to the
accompanying the message, of the President
Emperor and King, on the subject of aug.
of the United States, of the 12th of March,
menting the army, for the purpose of enforc.
1812, to both Houses of Congress, 689, 724.
ing the Continental System, 478, 512.
An Act to authorize a detachment from the
III. Plan of a Senatus Consultum, presented
Militia of the United States. (This Act puts
to the Senate on the thirteenth of March, re-
lative to the augmentation of the army, by
an end to the practice of flogging soldiers in
the United States,) 743.
Count Lacepede, 605, 626.
A Bill for the protection, recovery, and in- PORTUGAL. Conclusion of the dispatch,
demnification, of American seamen, 788. from Lord Wellington, to Lord Liverpool,
relative to the capture of General Regoaud, 92.
ENGLAND,Declaration relative to the Or-
ders in Council, dated Westminster, 21st
Dispatch, from Lord Wellington to Lord
April, 1812, 735, 765.