The Diary of James Gallatin: The Diary of James Gallatin, Secretary to Albert Gallatin, 1813-1827

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INDEX
ACT of Congress of March 1809, 188, 297
Adams, John, second President of United States, 4note John Quincy, minister to Russia, appointed peace commissioner, ix, xi, 1, 4, 11-12, 16, 20-23, 27-36, 279, 287, 293; and Albert Gallatin, 181, 184, 236, 267; letters from Albert Gallatin, 187-90, 258-61; and the seizure of the Apollon, 192-93; letter to James Gallatin, 225, 254-55.
William, 28
Addington, Mr., 260
Aix-en-Savoie, 148, 185, 190-91
Aix-la-Chapelle Congress, 142
Alcantara, Hôtel d', in Ghent, 27
Alexander, Emperor, offer of mediation, vii, 1, 6, 18, 19, 21-23, 26, 235, 259, 279; and Napoleon, 5, 53; Moreau's appreciation of, 8, 9; a forgotten note, 13; guest of England, 21, 23, 24; Lafayette's interview with, 21-23; and Mme. de Staël, 23, 25; reception of Albert Gallatin, 24- 25; opinion of Albert Gallatin, 35; presents to Albert Gallatin, 253; and the North-Eastern boundary question, 261
Alfieri, Marquis, 106, 118, 200
Marquise, 118, 200
Alfred, footman, 87
tailor, 213, 222-25, 233
Allaman, Château d', 48-49, 191, 214
Allies, the, decision to crush Napoleon, 74-76; destruction in Paris by the, 102
Alps, the Simplon Pass, 55
America, Mme. de Staël's property in, 37, 38-39, 42-43; return of the Gallatins to, 235-38, 240- 43
American War of Independence, 42
Americans in Paris, Albert Gallatin and, 201, 210; in London, 263, 264, 265
Amiens, 134
Amnesty, the Indian, 32
Amsterdam, 13, 15
Andelys, Les, 68
Anglais, Café, 207
Angoulême, Duc d', and Albert Gallatin, 86, 124, 221, 241; and the death of the Duc de Berri, 157; and Richelieu, 203-04; letter to Albert Gallatin, 243; wedding presents to James Gallatin, 250
Duchesse d', and James Gallatin, 64; and Mme. Gallatin, 90, 235-36; jewels of, 116, 177; and the Duc d'Orléans, 140; death of the Duc de Berri, 157-58; personality, 168, 221; and Frances Gallatin, 193-94; at St. Cloud, 210-11; last reception of Mme. and Frances Gallatin, 235-36, 238, 241; love for her brother, 237; the packet given to Albert Gallatin, 241-42; wedding present to James Gallatin, 250
Annapolis, 277
Apollon, the, seizure, 192
Arc, Joan of, 69
Archbishop of Paris, intriguing for the post of, 200

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