AMERICA.President James Madison's messages to
the Congress, relative to the foreign negotiations,
and internal concerns, of the United States, 48.
Proclamation of President Madison, on taking
possession of territory claimed as part of Louis-
Declaration of independence, published by the
inhabitants of West Florida, 177.
Letter from Mr. Smith, Secretary of State,
for the recal of Mr. Pinckney, the American
Ambassador at London, 179.
Documents laid before the Congress, (Dec. 6,
1810) by the President, relative to the disputes
with England and France, 179.
Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, made
to the Congress, (11 Dec. 1810.) 210.
Correspondence of Mr. Pinckney, with the
American Secretary of State, relative to the ne-
gotiation carried on, with the British government,
by Mr. Pinkney, 218, 606, 635, 988.
Papers relating to the commerce between
America and France, laid before Congress, on
the 31st of December 1810; consisting of cor.
respondence between General Turreau and Mr.
Smith, and between Mr. Smith and General
Acts supplementary to the Non-Intercourse
Law, excluding British vessels and British ma-
nufactures from the United States, in case the
British Orders in Council should not be revoked
by the 2nd of February, 635, 659, 1086.
Correspondence, of Mr. Pinkney, the Ame-
rican Ambassador, with Marquis Wellesley, 606,
635, 954, 985.
DENMARK,Letter to Sir James Saumarez, from
J. W. Maurice, commanding the garrison of the
island of Anholt, giving an account of the repulse
of the Danes from that island, 926, 942.
Danish account of the attack upon Anholt,
An Act to provide for the administration of
the royal authority, &c. during his Majesty's
illness, 371, 404.
Copies of letters that passed between the
Prince Regent and Mr. Perceval, on his royal
highness declaring his intention to retain in his
service the present Ministers, 431.
Dispatches, relative to the capture of the Isle
of France, 433, 474, 544, 573.
Report from the Select Committee, on the
state of commercial credit, laid before the House
of Commons, (6 March 1811) 626.
Report of the Queen's Council, on the State of
his Majesty's bealth, 942.
Copy of the Bank notice, fixing, at five shil-
lings and sixpence, the price of dollars, 980.
Resolutions proposed by Mr. Horner, on the
·Bullion question, 1012.
Resolutions proposed by Mr. Vansittart on
the Bullion question, 1075, 1140.
Amendments on the Resolutions, 1145.
LONDON AND WESTMINSTER.-Resolution of the
Common Council, 8th Jan. 1811, on the subject
of the restrictions upon the Prince Regent, 86.
Resolutions of the Livery, on the same sub-
Address presented to the Prince Regent, from
the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Commons of the
City of London, 401.
Address of the inhabitants of Westminster to
the Prince Regent, 1124.
Proceedings in the City Common Council, on
a Petition for granting the use of the Guildhall,
for a meeting upon the subject of Parliamentary
Reform, 1293, 1423.
Resolutions of the Livery of London, passed
30th May 1811, on the Subject of a Parliamen-
tary Reform, 1407, 1421.
FRANCE.-Napoleon's message to the Conservative
Senate, laging before them a report of the State
of the Empire, 54.
The report on the State of the Empire, 55.
Documents relative to Lord Lauderdale's ne-
gotiation, in 1806, 60.
Letter to the President of the Council of
Prizes, announcing the revocation of the Berlin
and Milan decrees, as far as related to Ame-
rican commerce, 85.
Report, Senatus Consultum, and address, on
the subject of a maritime conscription, 91.
Report of a Committee of the Conservative
Senate, on the subject of the annexation of Hol-
land and the Hans Towns to France, 96, 112.
Report of the Minister of War, on the con-
scription of 1811, 120.