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THE

DIPLOMACY

OF THE

UNITED STATES.

BEING

AN ACCOUNT OF

The Foreign Relations of the Country,

FROM THE

FIRST TREATY WITH FRANCE, IN 1778, TO THE

PRESENT TIME.

SECOND EDITION-WITH ADDITIONS.

BY THEODORE LYMAN, JR.

IN TWO VOLUMES.

VOL. .

BOSTON:

WELLS AND LILLY,-COURT STREET.

1828.

US1622.2.2
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A JOB

7722

1894,16922

HARVARD UNIVEÁSITY,

Historical Continent

TRISTERED TO AIVARO COLLEGE LENY

AUG 22 103

CONTENTS.

CHAPTER I.

TREATY OF GHENT OF 1814 WITH GREAT BRITAIN.

Pago
Li le settled by Jay's treaty-Mr. King, minister to Eng-
land-Made no treaty-Succeeded by Mr. Monroe-Proposes
a convention to Lord Hawkesbury-Rule of '56-Account of
it-Injurious to American commerce-Special mission of
Messrs. Monroe and Pinkney-Conventions with Lords Holland
and Auckland-Most favourable ever made-President rejects
it without consulting Senate-Impressment-Account of it
Opinions of Foster, Mansfield and Chatham-Convention with
Lord St. Vincent-Chesapeake-England offered reparation-
Refused to consider the affair in connexion with other topics
in discussion--Mr. Rose-Mission ineffectual-Orders in coun-
cil-Great sensation-Erskine arrangement--Unsuccessful
Erskine withdrawn-Mr. Jackson--His correspondence with
government-Dismissed-England expresses no mark of dis-
pleasure-Antedated decree--England refuses to repeal orders

- Declaration of 1812—War--Remarks on neutrality-Medi-
ation of Russia-Not successful--Peace of Ghent-No disput-
ed point settled--Peace--Policy of America--War of 1812,
good effect on national character,

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