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PUBLIC PAPERS. * - Page

Note presented by Gaudolphe, Chargé d'Affaires of the French Republic, to the Landanman of the Helvetian Republic - - - - - - - - 17 Poclamation of Maria Louisa, Infanta of Spain, Regent of the Kingdom of Etruria 18 Communication made to the City of Bremen, by Gen. Mortier - - - - 18 Explanatory Note to the City of Bremen by Gen. Mortier - - - - - 8o Note of the Blockade of the Elbe by G. Britain - - -, " " - - - 8o Papers relative to the Conquest of Hanover - - - - - - - 106 ..Letter from Mr. Talleyrand to Ld. Hawkesbury - - - - - - - I of Letter from Ld. Hawkesbury to Mr. Talleyrand - - - - - - - Io;

later from Gen. Mortier to count walmoden - - - - - - - 1 c3

Leiler from Gen. Mortier to Buonaparté - - - - - - - - 1 o'8 Decree of the Batavian Republic relative to British Merchandize - - - - I IC Publication issued by Monsieur, Brother of Louis XVIII, King of France - - I 42 letter from the American Consul at Hamburg to the American Captains - - 145 Goral Order of Gen. Berthier issued at Lawenburg - - - - - I 45 Noice of the Blockade of the Weser by G. Britain - - - - - - 171 \otice of the Blockade of Genoa and Spezzia, by G. Britain - - - - 24; Dolches from Gen. Grinfield announcing the Capture of Tobago - - - 245 *cks of Capitulation of Tobago - - - - - 246

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Order for Reprisals against the Ligurian and Italian States, by G. Britain - - 2 Proclamation of the Spanish Intendant at New Orleans, restoring the right of Depo

sit to the Americans - - - - - - - - - - 3.19 o the Governor General of Louisiana to the Governor of the Mississippi . . . erritory - - - - - - - - - - - - - 320 Notice of the Blockade of Havre de Grace, by G. Britain - - - - ... - 359 hirict from the Register of the Proceedings of the Council of State of the Italian Republic - ". . ~~...~", " ... --~...~ . " : ". 4oo *see of the Government of Martinique, and St. Lucia, concerning the Duties of Import and Export - - - - - - - - - 438

*ite of the Goverment of St. Domingo, for admitting Provissons free of Duty - 438 * of the Government of St. Domingo, declaring the Island in a State of Sicge 439 later from Monsieur, Brother to Louis XVIII, to the King of England, offering *Services of the French Prince in the war - - - - - - 459 or from Gen. Macdowall, Commander of the British Forces in Ceylon, relative to the War carried on against the King of Candy - - - - - - 460 Letter on Col. Barbut, relative to the war carried on against the King of Candy 460 laration of the Neutrality of Portugal, made by the Court of Lisbon on the 14th

of June - - ". - - - - - - - - - - 560 lossom the Spanish Consul in London, relative to the Rumour of an Embargo * Spanish Wessels in London - - - - - - - ... - 659 * of the Ambassador of the sublime Porte and Buonaparté, at an Audience *...to the Former, by the Latter - - - - - - - 659 over of Mr. Talleyrand to the Representation of the American Minister at Paris, .**inst the French Decrees respecting British Merchandizes - - - - 659 *delivered to the Foreign Ministers at Constantinople, declaring the Intention "the Sublime Porte to preserve a strict Neutrality - - - - - 68o *tion between his Britannick Majesty and the King of Sweden, concluded at on, on the 25th of July - - - - - - - - - 68o "obnation of the Batavian Government respecting Neutral Commerce - - 682 *†between the United States of America and the French Republic for the cesCo "." Louisiana, concluded at Paris on the 30th of April - - - - 88o "on referred 6in Art IX of the said Treaty, settling the Terms of Payment * Louisiana - - - - - - - - - - - 863

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Page Convention referred to in Art. IX of the same Treaty, providing for the Payment g of Debts due to Citizens of the United States by France - - - - 884 Letter from Ld. Hawkesbury to Baron de Silverhjelm, relative to the Prohibition of . the Entry of Neutral Vessels from Countries occupied by the French - - 941 Letter from Ld. Hawkesbury to Count Jarlsburg, relative to the Prohibition of the Entry of Neutral Vessels from Countries occupied by the French - - - 942

Report of a Secret Committee of the American Congress, on the Policy of obtain

ing New Orleans and the Floridas - - - - - - - - 1905

Account of Louisiana, being an Abstract of the Documents in the Offices of the
Departments of State and of the Treasury, laid before Congress by the Presi-

dent of the United States - - - - - - - - - 1910 Statement of the Situation of Hanover, published by the Hanoverian Resident in London, on the 1st of July - - - - - - - - - 1941

Manifesto of the Irish Rebels - - - - - - - - - - 1945

FOREIGN OFFICIAL PAPERS.

Letter from General Mortier to the French Minister of War - - - - 203 Decree of the French Government prohibiting the Entry of Vessels from England 400 . Decree of the French Government relative to British Flags of Truce - - - 4oo . Decree of the French Government relative to the Fisheries - - - - 4ot

Decree of the French Government prohibiting the Exportation of undressed Leathcr 401 Notice respecting Bills drawn on the French Government by the Government of

St. Domingo - - - - - - - - - - 439

Letter from the American Consul at Paris, respecting American Claims on the French

Government - - - - - - 6I

Address of the French and Italian Troops under General Murat to the First

Consul, offering a Part of their Pay for the Construction of a Ship of War - 461

Letter from General Victor, Commander of the French Troops in Batavia to the
French Minister at War, transmitting the Contribution of his Army, towards

the Expense of the Invasion - - - - - - - - - 462 . Proclamation of the President of the United States, for convening the American Congress, dated on the 16th of July - - - - - - - 493 Proclamation of Admiral Bruix to the Officers and Men of the French national Flotilla - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 493 . Regulations to be observed on Board the French national Flotilla - - - 494 Report of the French Ministers of War to the Consuls of the Republic, relative to the captured French Standards, found at Hanover - - - - - 560 Proclamation of General Ernouf, Captain General of Guadaloupe and its Depen

dencies, to the linhabitants of Guadaloupe and to the Army - - - 660 Decree of General Ernouf, Captain-General of Guadaloupe, respecting the open

ing of the Ports of that Island, and a new Tariff of the Duties of Import and

Export - - - - - - - - - • - - - - 660 Letter from Admiral Bruix to the French Minister of Marine - - - - 603 General Orders issued by Admiral Bruix to the Officers, &c. of the French na

tional Flotilla - - - 663

Decree of the Vice-President of the Italian Republic, regulating the Conduct of
the Press - - - + - " - - - - - I - - -
Proclamation of the Agents of the King of Spain for surrendering Louisiana to
France - - - - - - - - - - - - - 664
Message from the President of the United States of America, to Congress, at the
Commencement of an extraordinary Session, held on the 17th of October - 88;
Report relative to the Fiscal Affairs of the United States of America, laid before
the House of Representatives on the 25th of October, by Albert Gallatin, Secre-

tary of the Treasury - - - - - - - - 982

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