Volume 23 Index

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Cabell, William

and sale of Rose's land, 502

Cabinet, U.S.

and relations with Western Indians, 147, 239-42

and British involvement with Indians, 239-42

and proposed capture of Presque Isle, 241

and St. Clair, 242, 261-2

and right of Congress to investigate executive, 261-2

Cabinet des modes

for Mrs. Randolph, 65

Cabot, Francis

and L'Enfant and Federal District Commissioners, 154, 368,

496

Cabot, George

and navigation of Mississippi, 36, 84n

Cadiz, Spain

opposition to Church's appointment as consul at, 272

mail searches in, 384-5

U.S. consul in, 413

Cahokia, Ill.

conquest of, 297

"Caius"

criticizes Hamilton, 540n

Callender, Robert

West Fla. land claim, 440, 440n

Camilla (ship)

mentioned, 549

Campbell, David

letter to, 346

letter from, 148

and legal conflict between N.C. and Southwest Territory

148, 346

letter to cited, 369

Campbell, Duncan

and installment payments of debt to British, 575

Campeche, Bay of

U.S. logwood cutting rights in, 310

Campo, Bernardo, Marquis del

and G. Morris' London mission, 465

Canada

proposed revision of U.S. boundary with, 234-5, 239-40,

243n, 259

Canary Islands

and proposed treaty of commerce with Spain, 309

candles

for TJ, 388

Cape François, Saint-Domingue

and slave revolt, 51, 61-2

caper plants

for S.C., 251, 495, 513, 519

Capitol, U.S.

and L'Enfant, 165-6, 237

competition for design of, 195, 224, 226-7, 279, 320-1

site of, 437

criticism of plan for, 396

Carleton, Sir Guy

informs Washington of provisional peace treaty, 552, 568,

603n

and slaves not returned by British, 568-9, 571, 605n,

607-8n

and evacuation of New York, 569-71

letter to Livingston on cessation of hostilities cited, 603n

letter to Washington on European peace treaties cited, 604n

Carmarthen, Francis Godolphin Osborne, Lord

and peace treaty, 197, 577-8

and installment payments of debt to British, 575

and interest on debts to British, 593

and debts to British, 599, 608n

Carmichael, William

letters to, 292-3, 385, 453-4, 454

commissioner to Spain, xxxiii, xxxv, 21, 59-60, 67, 83, 259,

292-3, 296-312, 313n, 317-18, 320, 334-5, 385, 387, 462

diplomatic career, xxxiii

portrait, xxxiii, 346 (illus.)

account with Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard, 61n

plans to retire as minister to Spain, 83

letters for, 92

payment to, 129, 130

and navigation of Mississippi, 229

instructions from TJ, 259, 292-3, 296-312

papers for, 288, 320, 387

commission for, 313n, 317-18, 320

return from Spain approved, 317

irregular correspondence with TJ, 318-19, 385

and proposed convention with Spain on fugitives, 327-31,

453-4

letter to Short, 339 (cited), 341n (quoted)

on ministerial changes in Spain, 341n

and captives in Algiers, 355

and West Fla. land claim, 440n, 454

and Beveridge's claim, 454, 461

and case of Dover, 454

and case of John Church, 455n

and G. Morris' London mission, 465

relations with Humphreys, 472, 532

letter from Barclay cited, 547

Carnes, Burrill

relations with U.S. minister, 56

and TJ's account with John Banister, Jr., 254-5

Carolina

charter of, 298

Carr, Overton

letter from, 323

Carr, Peter

letter from, 548-9

correspondence with TJ, 522

education, 522, 548

notes on wasteland, 548

Carr, Thomas

and sale of corn, 116-18

Carrington, Paul

marriage, 501

Carroll, Charles (of Carrollton)

letter from, 444-6

Carroll, Daniel

letters to, 77, 177, 224-5, 252, 320-1, 379, 385-6, 437-8, 491

letters from, 98, 223, 278, 278-80, 284-5, 350-2, 396-7,

422-3, 428-9, 490

letter from Washington, 50-1

and L'Enfant, 77, 345-6

and Federal District, 98, 164, 177, 223, 284-5, 428-9, 490

criticism of, 166

agenda for, 194-5

letter from cited, 284

See also Federal District Commissioners

Carroll, Daniel (of Duddington)

house destroyed by L'Enfant, 45, 155, 194-5, 225, 280, 352

Carrollsburg, Md.

and Federal District, 153

Carter, Champe

and father's will, 501

Carter, Charles

and sale of Collé, 29

Carter, Charles (of Fredericksburg)

illness, 122

financial difficulties, 29

Carter, Edward

lands for sale, 319, 459

death of, 501

Carter, Mrs. Edward

and husband's will, 501

Cases Argued and Adjudged in the High Court of Chancery (Thomas Vernon)

to be studied by Carr, 548

Cases in Equity (Charles, Baron Talbot)

cited by TJ, 591

Cassalari, Sr.

and Moroccan civil war, 391

Cassius

TJ compared to, 24n

Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.

letter to, 617-18, 619n

letters from, 250-1, 251-2, 427, 474

relations with U.S. minister, 56

and captives in Algiers, 473

and olive culture in S.C., 495

letter from cited, 495

Catherine (ship)

mentioned, 466

Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia

and Barbary states, 490

and Moroccan civil war, 490

invades Poland, 533

Catholics

relief for in Ireland, 549

Causes of the existing Hostilities (Henry Knox)

mentioned, 74n

Cazalès, Jacques Antoine Marie de

unpopularity of, 70

census

distribution of, 249, 524

Ceracchi, Giuseppe

letter from, 325-6

and proposed monument to American Revolution, 229-30, 252,

325-6, 337, 385-6, 396, 422

bust of Hamilton, 230n

bust of TJ, 230n

bust of Washington, 230n, 385-6

elected to American Philosophical Society, 230n

letter from Washington quoted, 230n

bust of Clinton, 325

bust of Jay, 325

Chambonas, Stanislas Guillaume

and commercial treaty with U.S., 469n

champagne

for TJ, 146

for Washington, 459

Chancellor, N.Y. See Livingston, Robert R.

Chancellor, Va. See Wythe, George

Chandler, Richard

seeks military appointment, 502

appointed ensign, 503n

Chandler, Richard (Eng.)

History and Proceedings of the House of Commons, 262

Channel Islands

export of tobacco to forbidden, 397-9, 406, 421-2

Channing, William

letters on peace treaty, 565, 604n, 579

Charles IV, King of Spain

and relations with U.S., 66-8, 76, 81n

Charlottesville, Va.

postal service, 7, 115-16

Chase, Samuel

and Md.'s stock in Bank of England, 609n

Chattahoochee river

as W. Fla. boundary, 313n

Cherbourg, France

U.S. agent in, 146

Cherokee Indians

arrive in Philadelphia, 7

and Treaty of Holston, 444n

Chester co. Court of Common Pleas

and Hoare v. Allen, 390n

Chesterfield co., Va.

education in, 43

Chesterfield County Court

and British debt case, 484

Chiappe, Francisco

in Moroccan civil war, 46, 174

and Barclay's mission to Morocco, 47n, 89n, 357, 384-5, 486

letter to Barclay cited, 89n, 104

loses property, 535

Chiappe, Geronimo

relations with Barclay, 46

letter from Barclay quoted, 47n

and Barclay's mission to Morocco, 145, 357

Chiappe, Giuseppe

letter to Washington cited, 368

escapes execution, 391

escapes execution, 391

and Barclay's mission to Morocco, 486

Chickasaw Indians

and Va. land bounties, 54

Chief Justice. See Jay, John

China

manufacturing in, 306

Church, Edward

letters to, 272, 482, 617-18, 619n

letters from, 3, 412-13, 510-13, 520

and U.S. debt to France, 3, 412

and capture of San Antonio, 272-3n, 510-13, 520

and consular appointment, 272, 413, 512, 520

appointed consul at Lisbon, 273n, 482, 619n

letters to cited, 274, 526

excluded from Bilboa, 412

letter to Washington cited, 412

Paine Wingate letters to cited, 412, 413

Richard Henry Lee's interest in, 463

Church, John

TJ refuses to intercede with Spain for, 455

letter to Washington cited, 455n

Church, Samuel

letter to, 455

letter to Washington cited, 455n

Church, Sheppard

letter to, 455

letter to Washington cited, 455n

Churchman, John

letter to, 369-70

letter from, 363-4

seeks funding for magnetic experiments, 363-4, 370

applies for chief clerkship in Department of State, 364,

369-70

cider

for TJ, 409

Cincinnati, Society of

Béhague's request for badge from, 349n

Coigny, Duc de

joins émigrés, 532

ciphers

for G. Morris, 55, 249, 382

for Short, 58

Ciracchi, Mr. See Ceracchi, Joseph

Circuit Courts, U.S.

and Jones v. Walker, 118, 119n, 208, 210, 333, 543-4

and interest on wartime debts, 595

claims

bill for, 223

Clap, Thomas

grandson introduced to TJ, 550-1

Clarence, Duke of (later William IV)

instrument maker to, 364

Clark, Abraham

and Va. land bounties, 54n

and investigation of St. Clair's defeat, 262

Clark (Clarke), Bowling

overseer at Poplar Forest, 53

and sale of TJ's tobacco, 287, 411

tobacco crop, 436

Clarke, Mr. See Clark, Abraham

Clarkson, Manoah

overseer for TJ, 53, 122

illiteracy, 103, 116

ability to manage slaves, 347, 436

Clavière, Etienne

appointed minister of finance, 338

De la France et des états-Unis, 338

and trade with U.S., 340, 442

pamphlet on tobacco, 340

Clérisseau, Charles Louis

letter from, 286

Clinton, George

Ceracchi's bust of, 325

and Macomb's land purchase, 452

gubernatorial campaign in N.Y., 452, 480

and retention of western posts by British, 570

message on peace treaty cited, 603n

letter to Haldimand on western posts cited, 604n

clothing

price, 592

Clow, Mr.

Brown's note on, 521

clubs

in French Revolution, 251, 252

coffee

importation from Saint-Domingue, 24

Coffyn, Francis

U.S. agent in Dunkirk, 146, 618n

coinage

TJ seeks information on Spanish, 460

and Hamiltonian finance, 537

Coindre, Paul

and Derieux's legacy, 117

Coke, Sir Edward

cited by TJ, 593

Collé (Mazzei's Va. plantation)

sale of, 29, 30n

Collection of Papers on Naval Architecture

sent to TJ, 99

Collins, John

and letters to Jay on peace treaty, 565, 604n, 579

Colony Commerce (Mark Leavenworth)

sent to TJ, 424-5

Colquehoun, Mr.

and Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr.'s legal suit, 486

Columbia, Va.

postal service, 7, 52-3

commerce

TJ's views on, 27

Commerce, Report on

submission to Congress deferred, 259, 332

Commissaries, French

in Saint-Domingue, 52, 178, 416

Commissioners of the Customs, British

and admission of U.S. ships to British ports, 419

letter to Joshua Johnson quoted, 420n

Commissioners of the Federal District. See Federal District

Commissioners

Commissioners of the Marine Hospital

and transfer of hospital to U.S., 281, 335

Commissioners of the Revenue, Ireland

and Irish census, 48

enforce Tobacco Act, 550

Commissioners of the Treasury, Continental

letter from cited, 140

receipt for, 140

commissioners to Spain. See Carmichael, William; Short,

William

Commonwealth v. Gordon

and peace treaty, 579-80

compass

Azimuth model of, 364

Condorcet, Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas de Caritat, Marquis de

favors alliance with Great Britain, 68

relations with Talleyrand, 71

confectionary

for TJ, 513

Connecticut

legislation on Loyalists, 214, 565

legislation on debts to British, 218

and apportionment bill, 370-3

compliance with peace treaty, 578, 604n, 605n, 579

and interest on wartime debts, 594

conquest

TJ's views on, 297

Conspiracy of Kings (Joel Barlow)

sent to TJ, 292

Constitution of the United States

and bounties for manufactures, 172-3, 187

TJ's interpretation of, 172-3, 186

and treaty-making power, 256-8

and debts to British creditors, 333

and apportionment of House of Representatives, 370-7

adopted by S.C., 489

adopted by R.I., 582

consular convention (1788)

complaints about, 235

enforcement of, 256, 467

consular establishment

bill for, 87, 159-60, 235, 250, 290, 381, 419, 472, 550,

617-18, 620n

consuls, British

in Morocco, 357

See also MacDonough, Thomas

consuls, Danish

in Morocco, 357

consuls, Dutch

in Morocco, 357

consuls, foreign

in Morocco, 46, 104

consuls, Spanish

in Marseilles, 251

and proposed commercial treaty with Spain, 310

consuls, Swedish

in Morocco, 145n, 357

consuls, U.S.

letter to (circular), 617-18

in Copenhagen, 34-5, 493-4

relations with U.S. ministers, 56

in Curaçoa, 63

needed at Dunkirk, 146

not recognized in French West Indies, 159-60

in Cadiz, 272, 413

in Lisbon, 273n, 413, 482, 512, 619n

and proposed commercial treaty with Spain, 310

in Martinique, 348-9

in Bilboa, 412

in Bristol, 482n

remuneration for, 512

aid to seamen, 526

security requirements for, 617-18, 620n

consuls, Venetian

in Morocco, 145n

Continental Congress

employs Dumas as U.S. agent, 100

source of authority, 100

and case of Lister Asquith, 135

and peace treaty, 196-200, 210, 444, 515, 530, 553, 577-9,

597-8, 607n

and capture of San Antonio, 272n

and wartime debts, 390n

and restitution of Loyalist property, 554-60, 561

impost for rejected, 558

and slaves not returned by British, 571, 605n, 608n

treaties of superior to state laws, 579, 597-8

resolution on slaves cited, 604n

and interest on wartime debts, 609n

contraband

TJ's instructions on, 618n

Cooper, William

and ransom of American captives in Algiers, 369

Copenhagen

U.S. consul at, 34-5, 493-4

Cork, Ireland

trade with U.S., 47

Defiance confiscated at, 487

and enforcement of Tobacco Act, 550

corn

price, 116-18

crop in Albemarle, 436

oversupply in Portugal, 481

Cornell, Samuel

and Bayard v. Singleton, 407, 420-1

Cornplanter (Seneca chief)

as U.S. military ally, 242

Cornwallis, Charles, Lord

conflict with Tipoo Sahib, 159

Cortez, Hernando

edition of letters sought by TJ, 319

Court of Appeals, Continental

and capture of San Antonio, 272n, 510

Cowes, England

trade with U.S., 91-2

Coxe, Tench

Brief Examination of Lord Sheffield's Observations on the

Commerce of the United States, 249

Commerce of the United States

Crawford, McLintock & Co.

debts owed to in N.C., 407

Creek Indians

and Treaty of New York, 147

relations with Bowles, 523

Crèvecouer, Michel Guillaume St. John de

and Lormerie's land claim, 230-1

Croix-des-Bouquets, Saint-Domingue

political divisions in, 416

Crozier, Capt.

sued by crew, 381

Cumberland co., Va.

sale of TJ's land in, 253

Cumberland County Court

and Donald v. Eldridge, 484

Cunningham, Capt. (master of Catherine)

mentioned, 466

Curaçoa

U.S. consul at, 63

Currie, James

letter to, 149-50

financial affairs, 146, 149-50

Currie v. Griffin

record of sent to TJ, 146

described by TJ, 149-50

Curson, Richard

and servant for TJ, 471

Cutting, John Brown

TJ's report on, 104-6

letter from cited, 106n

Cutting, Nathaniel

letters from, 51-2, 61-2, 127-8, 177-9, 413-17

and Saint-Domingue slave revolt, 51-2, 61-2, 127-8, 177-9,

413-17

letter from cited, 179n

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