I found this link to Henry Adams History of the United States of America During the First Term of James Madison. It was too big for the title link. Adams' books on Madison have been bound into a single volume by the Library of America. I liked Wills discussion of this text in his book on Henry Adams, as Wills has a deep understanding of this tumultuous time in American History. Madison and the US liked to think of itself as a major player, but as far as England and France were concerned, or for that matter Spain, the US was incidental to the events taking place in Europe. Of course, the US would eventually get the last laugh.