INDEX.
ADAMS, CHARLES FRANCIS, minister to England, arrives in London, 242, 267, 269; his first interview with Lord John Russell, 244, 245, 247, 250, 253, 273; his unfavorable impressions, 249, 255; renews the offer of accession to the Declaration of Paris, 250, 253; his action announced in advance by Lyons, 254; his concert of action with Dayton, 262, 263; his final reply to Russell, 264, 265; his position in England, 270; his efforts to restrain Russell, 270-272; his necessary inferences, 273, 278.
Adams, John Quincy, his college diary, 82-121.
Anne, Queen of England, receives Pocahontas, 72, 75, 76.
Aryan stock, characteristics of, 15, 24.
BANCROFT, GEORGE, on John Smith and Pocahontas, 57.
Bank of England, its influence over trade, 178-180; its rules of discount, 181; its circulation, 181; contracts its issues in 1795, 1796, 183; suspends payments in 1797, 185; proposes to resume in 1797, 189; steadiness of its policy, 191196, 200; its circulation, 1797-1808, 202; its increase of issues in 1809, 204; its paper not a legal tender, 212-215; its contraction of issues in 1812, 217; its increase of issues in 1814, 218; its circulation, 1809 1815, 219; its highest average circulation, 1812-1825, 223; its partial resumption in 1817, 226; its paper at par in 1819, 227; its circulation, 1816-1822, 227; resumes payments in gold, May 1, 1821, 233.
Banks, English country, 179; their circulation, 181; their pressure on the Bank of England causes suspension of specie payments, 185; their expansion of credit in 1808, 201; their collapse in 1809, 205; their difficulties in 1814, 218; influence of their disasters on the Bank of England paper, 221, 222; never suspended redemption of their notes, 224.
Baring, Alexander, 205.
Baring, Sir Francis, his pamphlet on the Bank of England Restriction, 192.
Barnard, George G., judge, 329, 331; injunction issued by, 362.
Belden, William, partner of James Fisk, Jr., 324, 352; his gold purchases, 353; repudiated, 360, 361.
Berlin Decree, 198.
Bingham, John A., member of Congress, on legal tender, 295, 306.
Blackstone, Sir William, his aphorism on sovereignty, 368.

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