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AMERICA (U. S.)—Letter addressed to the Se-
cretary of the Navy, by Capt. Rogers, of the
American frigate President, relative to the ren-
contre between that ship and the British ship
Little-Belt, 190, 192.
Abstract of the Proceedings of the Court of
Inquiry held at New York, on the conduct of
Captain Rogers, in the Affair between the Pre-
sident and Little-Belt, 562.
Proelamation of the President for Convening
Congress, 24 July, 305.
Message of the President on the opening of
Congress, 5 November, 725.
Correspondence between Mr. Monroe, Ame-
rican Secretary of State, and Mr. Foster, British
Minister at Washington, relative to the occupa-
tion of the Floridas, and to the British Orders in
AMERICA (SOUTH.)—Buenos-Avars. Correspon-
dence between the Junta of Buenos Ayres, Lord
Strangford, Conde de Linhares, Gen. Artigas,
and Capt. Heywood, relative to the dispute with
the Governor of Monte Video, 306.
AUSTRIA.-Ordinance of the Regency of Lower-
Austria, for withdrawing certain Bank-paper
from circulation, &c. 569.
FRANCE–Exposition of the State of the Empire,
presented to the Legislative Body, 29th June, by
Count Montalivet, Minister of the Interior, 62,
Speech of Count Sigur, orator of the Council
of State, to the Legislative Body, at the close of
the Session, 25 July, 224, 250.
Address of M. Regnaud to the Emperer on the
subjectef the Finances, and of the progress of the
business of the Cadastro,254, 276.
Decree relative to Prisoners of War, 319.
Decree relative to the Naturalization of French-
men in Foreign Countries, 407,477.
Decree relative to Books and Printing in the
Hanseatic towns, 410.
Decree of the Prince of Eckmuhl, relative to a
maritime Administration and Navigation police in
the Hanseatic Departments, 570.
Addresses to the Emperor from the Depart-
ment of La Lippe and the Ionian Isles, and his
Majesty's answers, 320, 350.
ENGLAND.—The Prince Regent's Speech, on pro-
roguing Parliament, 24 July, 117.
Report made to the Privy Council, by the
Queen's Council, relative to the King's Health,
6 July, 118.
Order in Council, 7 September, relative to the
Commerge between the West Indies and America,
Proclamation of a Reward for the discovery
of the Authors of certain threatening Letters,
sent to the Count de Lille and others of the
French Princes, 380.
Letter addressed to the Admiralty by Ad-
miral Sawyer, containing Capt. Bingham's state-
ment of the rencontre between the British ship
Little Belt, and the American Frigate President,
Letters from Capt. Carteret to Admiral Foley,
detailing the capture of a French Praam, 404.
Proceedings of a Naval Court Martial held at
Portsmouth, on Capt. Preston, upon charges of
cruelty, tyranny, and oppression, 566.
IRELAND.—Proclamation by the Lord Lieute-
nant, relative to the Catholic Delagates, 215.
GUERNSEY.-Proclamation of the Lieutenant
Governor of the Island relative to its defence,
JERSEY.-Proceedings of the States of the Island,
relative to its defence, 438.
MALTA.-Petition of the Maltese to the King of
Great Britain, 526.
Proclamation of the Governor of Malta, dis-
approving of the Maltese Petition, 529.
HAYTI (ST, DOMINGO.)—Coronation of Chris-
tophe and his wife, as King and Queen, 381.
Ordinance prohibiting Foreign merchauts,
established in Hayti, to sell by retail the cargoes
consigned to them, 383.
New Constitution, 471.
PORTUGAL.-Dispatch from General Sir Brent
Spencer, to Lord Wellington, relative to the
movements of the armies near Ciudad Rodrigo,
Dispatches from Lord Wellington to Lord
Liverpool, relative to the operations of the armies,
to 31 August, 379, 471.
Dispatches from Lord Wellington to Don M.
Forjas, relative to the movements of the armies,
dated 8 and 14 August, 476.
Dispatches from Lord Wellington to Lord
Liverpool, concerning the operations of the
armies, to the 2d October, and, particularly, the
affairs at El Bodon and Aldea de Ponte, 532.
Report of the Duke of Ragusa, to the Prince
of Wagram, relative to the operations of his
army, the raising of the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo,
Report of Count Dorsanne on the same sub-
l)ispatches from Lord Wellington to Lord
Liverpool, announcing the capture of General
Regnaud, Governor of Ciudad Rodrigo, 672.
Dispatches from Mr. Stuart, British Minister
at Lisbon, to Marquis Wellesley, relative to the