CONTENTS OF THE THIRD VOLUME.
(A complete Analytical Index will be found at the End of this Volume.]
President's Correspondence during late Session of Congress-His Reasons for not pro-
claiming Fast and Thanksgiving Days—Indian Delegations at the Capital-President's
Address to them-Letters to his Daughter--News of Cession of Louisiana by Spain to
France-President's decisive Letter thereon to American Minister in France-He in.
closes it open to Dupont de Nemours_Its Contents intended for French Government-
Morality of President's Attitude--Compared with Miranda Scheme-Hamilton's Plan in
1802—"The Christian Constitutional Society"_Bayard's Answer to Hamilton-Jef-
ferson's View of Object of Marshall's forthcoming Life of Washington--His Letter to
Priestley--Letters to his Daughter-To King in Respect to colonizing insurgent Blacks
of Virginia - His Explanation of his Gratuities to Callender–Misapprehensions on this
Subject corrected Account of Career and Fate of Callender-The President at Home
~Table of his Expenses for a Year-Another Letter to Livingston-No Retreat from
former Views-To Gallatin on Constitutionality of Appropriations--The State Elec-
tions--To Lincoln on Removals of Federalists from Office-American Right of Deposit
at New Orleans abrogated by Spanish Intendant—The Violation of our Treaty with
Spain Meeting of Congress-The President's Message-Comments on it, and on the
State of Public Affairs, by Hamilton, Pinckney, Sedgwick, Morris, and John Adams
Discussion of Spanish Aggression at New Orleans opened in Congress—Party Skirmish-
ing-Attempts of Federalists to make the Debate public-Randolph's and Griswold's
Resolutions Action of the House-Monroe nominated Minister Extraordinary--Ross's
Conduct and Resolutions in the Senate-Breckenridge's Amendment-De Witt Clin.
ton's Speech-Federalist Appeal to Example of Washington examined by him and
Wright-Positions of Federalists in 1795 and 1803 in regard to calling on the Presi-
dent for Diplomatic Papers-Their Positions at same periods in regard to Rights of
Treaty-making Power-Their Overaction on the Spanish Question- The ex-Judges'
Petition denied-Topographical Explorations authorized-Resolution for submitting
Amendment of the Constitution in Regard to Manner of electing President and Vice.
President-Ohio admitted into the Union-Importation of colored Persons prohibited