The United States, Great Britain, and British North America from the Revolution to the Establishment of Peace after the War of 1812

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ABBREVIATIONS
A.C.: Annals of Congress ( Washington, 1854, volumes cited).
Adams: History of the United States, Henry Adams ( New York, 1889- 1891).
A.S.P.F.R.: American State Papers, Foreign Relations ( Washington, 1833- 1834, volumes cited).
A.S.P.I.A.: American State Papers, Indian Affairs ( Washington, 1832).
A.S.P.M.A.: American State Papers, Military Affairs ( Washington, 1832).
C: Public Archives of Canada, C Series (Military Papers, originals).
Castlereagh: Correspondence, Despatches, and other Papers of Viscount Castlereagh, ed. the third Marquess of Londonderry ( London, 1848- 1853).
C.O. 42: Colonial Office Papers, Series 42 (transcripts in Public Archives of Canada).
D.C. U.S.: Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States, 1783-1789 ( Washington, 1833).
F.O. 5: Foreign Office Papers, Series 5 (photostat copies in the Library of Congress and the Public Archives of Canada).
G: Public Archives of Canada, G Series (despatches from the Colonial Office to the governments of Upper and Lower Canada, originals).
J.C.C.: Journals of the Continental Congress ( Washington, 1904- 1937).
King: The Life and Correspondence of Rufus King ed. C. R. King ( New York, 1894- 1900).
Madison: The Writings of James Madison ed. G. Hunt ( New York, 1900- 1910).
New Brunswick A: Public Archives of Canada, Series New Brunswick A (correspondence between the government of New Brunswick and the Colonial Office, transcripts from the Public Record Office).
Nova Scotia A: Public Archives of Canada, Series Nova Scotia A (correspondence between the government of Nova Scotia and the Colonial Office, transcripts from the Public Record Office).
P.A. C.R.: Public Archives of Canada Report ( Ottawa, annually).
Q: Public Archives of Canada, Q Series (the correspondence of the Colonial Office with the government of the old Province of Quebec and the governments of Upper and Lower Canada, transcripts from the Public Record Office).
Q. . . . in M.P.H.C.: Extract from Q in Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections.
R. D.C. U.S.: The Revolutionary Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States, ed. Francis Wharton ( Washington, 1889).
S. P.: The Simcoe Papers, ed. E. A. Cruikshank ( Toronto, 1923- 1926).

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