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CORRESPONDENCE with Great Britain, relative to the restitu-

tion of certain Slaves, captured during the

War......

. . 1815, 1816.. 268

with Spain, relative to the Spanish Block-

ade of the Ports of the Vice Royalty of

Santa .....

1815, 1817.. 478

with do. relative to the Floridas, Louisiana,

Boundaries, Spanish-American Insur-
gents, &c. ..

1816, 1817.. 321

with do. relative to the Imprisonment of

an American Citizen, for an alleged Debt,

at Cadiz. ..

1816, 1817.. 599

ANNEX. Royal Order for the liberation

of do..

621

relative to the Superintendence and Relief

of American Merchant Seamen in Fo.

reign Ports.

1815, 1817.. 734

with the American Commissioner of Boun-

daries, under the Treaty of Ghent, of

1814, with Great Britain, relative to

the Islands in the Bay of Fundy.

1816, 1817.. 805

relative to the Neutral Obligations of The

United States towards Foreign Bellige-

rent Powers...

1816, 1817.. 833

Message of the President to Congress, on the Opening of the

Session

3rd December, 1816.. 10

of..do.. to.. do. relative to the Neutral Obligations

of The United States towards Foreign Bellige-

rent Powers....

26th December,1816.. 833

of..do.. to..do. relative to the return of certain

Discriminating Duties levied upon British Vessels

and Cargoes

.3rd February, 1817.. 756

of.. do.. to..do. transmitting Correspondence with

Great Britain, relative to the restitution of cer-

tain Slaves, captured during the War.

7th February, 1817.. 267

of..do.. to..do. transmitting Correspondence with

Spain, relative to the Subjects of Controversy.

22nd February, 1817.. 321
UNITED STATES.-Continued.

Message of the President to Congress, communicating a Report

relative to the Military Establishment.

22nd December, 1817.. 972

Report of the Secretary of the Treasury to the President, con-

taining a General Sketch of the Finances.

20th September, 1816.. 489

.. of the Secretary of the Treasury to Congress, trans-

mitting Statements of the Amount of Duties on the

Trade with the British West Indies and American

Colonies, 1801 to 1816 .... 10th December, 1816.. 393

of..do.. to.. do. respecting the state of the Finances.

16th December, 1816.. 375

of..do.. to..do. transmitting an Estimate of the Ap-

propriations for the Service of 1817.

4th January, 1817.. 853

... of the Secretary of the Navy to Congress, relative to

the selection of a Site for a Naval Depot.

18th January, 1817.. 429

... of the Secretary of the Treasury to Congress, trans-

mitting Statements of the Exports from The

United States, in 1816 ...... 1st February, 1817.. 873

of..do.. to..do. transmitting Statements of the Im-

ports into The United States, in 1815.

26th February, 1817.. 869

of the Secretary of War, relative to the Military Es-

tablishment

December, 1817.. 973

of the Secretary of the Treasury to Congress, trans-

mitting the Annual Statement of the District Ton-

nage, on 31st December, 1816.... 15th Jan. 1818.. 809

Speech of James Monroe to Congress, upon taking the Oath

of Office, as President

4th March, 1817.. 3

TREATIES WITH VARIOUS NATIONS OR TRIBES OF INDIANS;

viz.—with the

Menomenee Tribe. (Peace and Friendship.)

St. Louis, 30th March, 1817.. 781

Ottoes Tribe ......(do.)....... 24th June, 1817.. 783

Poncarar Tribe ....(do.)....... 25th June, 1817.. 784

Cherokee Nation. Cession and Limits.

Cherokee Agency, 8th July, 1817.. 786

BRITISH AND FOREIGN

State Papers.

SPEECH of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales,

Regent, on the Opening of the British Parliament.28th January, 1817.

My Lords and Gentlemen,

It is with deep regret that I am again obliged to announce to you, that no alteration has occurred in the state of His Majesty's lamented indisposition.

I continue to receive from Foreign Powers the strongest assurances of their friendly disposition towards this Country; and of their earnest desire to maintain the general tranquillity.

The hostilities to which I was compelled to resort, in vindication of the honour of the Country, against the Government of Algiers, have been attended with the most complete success.

The splendid achievement of His Majesty's Fleet, in conjunction with a Squadron of the King of The Netherlands, under the gallant and able conduct of Admiral Viscount Exinouth, led to the immediate and unconditional liberation of all Christian Captives then within the Territory of Algiers, and to the renunciation by its Government of the practice of Christian Slavery.

I am persuaded that you will be duly sensible of the importance of an Arrangement so interesting to humanity, and reflecting, from the manner in which it has been accomplished, such signal honour on the British Nation.

In India, the resusal of the Government of Nepaul to ratify a Treaty of Peace, which had been sigued by its Plenipotentiaries, occasioned a renewal of Military Operations.

The judicious arrangements of the Governor-General, seconded by the bravery and perseverance of His Majesty's Forces, and of those of the East India Company, brought the Campaign to a speedy and successful issue; and Peace has been finally established upon tbe just and honourable terms of the original Treaty. (1816-17).

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