Adams, John, 310, 372, 399, 411, 427, 460; Vice-President of the United States, favors Gallatin's claim to eligibility for the Senate, 120, 121, elected President, 178; suspects intrigue, 178; his first speech to Congress, 188; his second speech, 188, declines invitation to birthday ball, 194; nominates William Vans Murray to France, 220, 221; remark on mediation, 223, his third speech to Congress, 223, ostensibly renominated for the Presidency, 241; his conduct in 1801, 258, 265, 266; calls the Senate, 260, 263.
Adams, Mrs. John, 185.
Adams, John Quincy, 429, 502, 631; rejected by the Senate as minister to Russia, 389; his account of the conduct of the Senate in 1809, 389-391; his account of Duane and Binns, 442; commissioner under the mediation, 479; parallelism of his career with Gallatin's, 495-497; his antagonism to Mr. Clay, 520, 522; his account of his colleagues at Ghent, 523, 52, 528; prepares articles, 540; his struggle to secare the fisheries, 540-545; minister to England, 548, joined in negotiating commercial convention, 648; his character, 552, 592, 599; Secretary of State, 562, 566; his negotiation with France in 1819-1822, 573-575, 579; his character of Gallatin, 576, 626, 629, 676; W. H. Crawford's comments on, 580, 584, 586, 588; Gallatin's character of, 599; chosen President, 602, 606; his reasons for not offering the Treasury to Gallatin, not on the distrust of Mr. Clay, 609; on relations with England in 1827, 624, 625, 627, 628; his comments on Mr. Canning, 624, 627, 628; his comments on Man and Measures, 636; his death, 677.
Adams, William, British commissioner at Ghent, 619, 543; negotiator of the commercial convention, 652.
Addison, Alexander, 177, 223.
Aix-la-Chapelle, Congress of, 572.
Alexander, Emperor of Russia, invites diplomatic relations in 1808, 390; offers mediation, 477, 498; renews the offer, 498, 503; causes misunderstanding, 603, 610, 511; receives & note from Mr. Crawford, 511; his conversation with La Fayette at the house of Madame de Staël, 512, 614; his visit to London, 514, his interview with Gallatin, 514, 515; his influence on the negotiation, 518, 518, 537; his friendliness, 558.
Alien laws, 202, 204, 206, 274, 320.
Algerine powers, war with, 300, 306, 307, 349.
Allogre, Sophia, Gallatin's first wife, her family, 69; her engagement, 70; her mother, 70, 71; her marriage, 71, 72; her death, 72, 75, 80, 83.
Allen, John, M.O. from Connecticut, on the sedition law, 207.
Alston, Joseph, reports of his charaeter, 244, 245.
Ames, Fisher, 154; his speech on Jay's treaty, 155, 165, 198; his opinion on the use of the army in domestic poli


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