Volume 23 Index

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F

Family Compact

French designs against, 471n

Fanning, James

letter from, 542-3

land claims, 542

letter from cited, 542

on Austro-French war, 543

farmers-general, France

seize Asquith's ship and crew, 135

Farrell & Jones

and Wayles estate debt, 33, 253, 255-6, 423-4

debtors of sued, 333

Federal District

plan of, xxxv, 98, 143-4, 165, 177, 194, 195, 223, 224-5,

236, 237, 163-4, 279, 332, 346 (illus.), 422, 437, 479-80

conflict between L'Enfant and Commissioners, 28, 41, 45, 50,

77, 104, 109, 119-20, 141, 143-4, 150-8, 160, 161, 165,

166, 188, 236, 278-9, 322-3, 345-6, 367-8

boundary of, 152

wharves for, 152, 153

canal in, 153, 195, 224, 239, 351, 400, 496

supplies for, 154, 351

loan for, 164-5, 195, 224, 225-6, 236, 237, 238, 278, 321,

324, 356, 368, 396, 422, 438, 491

Capitol, 165-6, 195, 224, 226-7, 237, 279, 320-1, 437, 396

opposition to in Philadelphia, 194

bridge over Rock Creek, 195, 224, 280, 285, 321, 324, 350,

352n, 379, 423

construction in, 195, 224

President's house, 195, 224, 227, 279, 320-1

workmen for, 195, 225, 280, 321, 351, 423, 438, 491

sale of land in, 223, 225-6, 236, 279, 321, 396, 422, 437

and Ceracchi's proposed monument, 252, 385-6, 396, 422

clock for, 252

architect for, 279, 320-1

superintendent for, 279, 285, 320-1, 351, 423

post road in, 285

land ceded to, 351

mortgaging of lots in, 356

hygiene in, 400

stone-cutters for, 423, 490

Federal District Commissioners

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

letters from, 278, 278-80, 350-2, 396-7, 422-3

conflict with L'Enfant, 28, 41, 45, 50, 77, 104, 109,

119-20, 141, 143-4, 150-8, 160, 161, 165, 166, 188, 236,

278-9, 283-4, 322-3, 345-6, 351, 367-8

discharge workmen, 45

letters to Washington cited, 45n, 51n

letter to Baraof cited, 45n

letter from Washington, 50-1

and Isaac Roberdeau, 98, 177

loan for Federal District, 120, 396, 422, 491

correspondence with George Walker, 166

criticism of, 166, 244

agenda for, 194-5, 224-5

Blodget's loan, 225-6, 237, 278

architect for Federal District, 278-9

letter to L'Enfant cited, 278-9

salary for Ellicott, 278-9

competition for design of buildings, 279

land sales in Federal District, 279, 396, 422, 491

superintendent for Federal District, 279

workmen for Federal District, 279, 351, 396, 422

letter to cited, 280n

advertisements issued by, 285

authority of, 346

land cessions, 351

obligations to sign, 379

and Ceracchi's proposed monument, 385-6, 396, 422

plan for Federal District, 422

office for, 428-9

meeting of, 429

and Capitol, 396

superintendent of stone cutting, 490

opposition to, 496

See also Carroll, Daniel; Johnson, Thomas; Stuart, David

Federal Gazette and Daily Advertiser

Hammond's suspicion of, 91n

Fendall, Philip Richard

contractor for Federal District, 154

Fenis. See Tahar Fenis

Fenwick, Ignatius

and Federal District Commissioners, 166

Fenwick, Joseph

letters to, 273-4, 456, 471-2, 617-18, 618n

letters from, 113-14, 473, 526

relations with U.S. minister, 56

and case of Ollivier, 273-4

correspondence with TJ, 274

and TJ's wine, 456, 459

and Derieux's legacy, 471-2, 542

Fenwick, Mason & Co.

trade with Marseilles, 252

Few, Mr.

and John Page's finances, 37

Few, William

letter from, 462

debates appointment of ministers to Europe, 11, 13

Fez, Morocco

in Moroccan civil war, 285-6, 357, 490

suspected of piracy, 519

Finch, Thomas

Precedents in Chancery, 548

Findley, William

and legislative references to executive departments, 247n

Fingall (Fingal), Arthur James Plunkett, Earl of

and Catholic relief in Ireland, 48

fish

exported to Spain, 182, 183n, 311

retaliation against U.S. exports of feared, 183n, 311

TJ's hope for price increase in, 518

fisheries

negotiations on between U.S. and Great Britain, 603n

Fitzgerald, John

and Potomac Company, 429n

Fitzhugh, Mr.

mentioned, 245

FitzSimons, Thomas

letter to, 235

dines with TJ, 19n

and case of William Green, 235

and consular bill, 235

and legislative references to executive departments, 246, 247n

and investigation of St. Clair's defeat, 262

Fizeaux, Henri, & Cie.

payment to, 129, 130, 135

flaxseed

exported to Ireland, 48, 549

Fleming, Judy Rose (Mrs. William Fleming)

marriage, 501

Fleming, William

marriage, 501

Flint river

as Ga. boundary, 298

Florida

ceded to Great Britain, 180, 300

boundary with Ga., 296-9, 313n, 314n

British posts captured by Spain, 300

ceded to Spain, 301

Floridablanca, José Monino y Redondo, Conde de

dismissed as foreign minister, 228-9, 265-7, 341n, 471n, 488

opposition to Godoy, 290

and U.S. boundary with Spain, 299, 314n

expected to negotiate with Carmichael and Short, 318

flour

exported to Saint-Domingue, 5-6, 24, 25n

demand for, 9

exported to Portugal, 21

exported to France, 146

exported to Spain, 182, 183n, 311

sale in Marseilles, 251

price, 252

U.S. exports of excluded from Martinique, 348-9

importation into Liverpool forbidden, 388

French reliance on U.S. for, 473

speculation in, 518

TJ's hope for price increase in, 518

foreign minister, British. See Carmarthen, Francis Godolphin

Osborne, Lord

foreign minister, France. See Dumouriez, Charles François du Perier; Lessart, Claude Antoine Valdec de

forgery

punishment for, 327, 329, 342

Forrest, Uriah

letter from, 323

Forster, Nicholas

offers to lease Elkhill, 33

Fort Dauphin, Saint-Domingue

and slave revolt, 51

Fort Erie

not retained by British, 569

Fort St. Marie

Pollock's comments on, 163n

and right of deposit on Mississippi, 305

Foushee, William

letter to, 438-9

and sale of Elkhill, 438-9, 498

letter from cited, 439n

France

Army

condition of, 69

massacre in, 525

excesses of, 532

Colonies

cedes La. to Spain, 300

rights of blacks in, 340, 341n

Constitution

TJ's alleged praise of, 19n

acceptance by king, 168, 221-2n, 248, 250, 261, 269,

271, 277-8, 281-2

reaction to in U.S., 221-2n

threats to, 252

opposition to, 267

and war with Austria, 440

Economy

trade languid, 114

commercial treaty with Great Britain, 306

grain shortage, 473

Finances

Humphreys' assessment of, 6

and taxes, 69

Fenwick's assessment of, 114

Short's assessment of, 170

Cathalan's assessment of, 251

Foreign Relations

with Austria, 3, 68, 71, 107, 170, 267, 287, 339, 440,

461, 464-5, 471n, 473, 474, 477-9, 499, 504, 525,

531-2, 543

with Poland, 3

with Sweden, 3, 6

with Russia, 6

with Great Britain, 68, 71, 107, 340, 392, 410, 419,

471n, 473, 525, 553, 568

with Papacy, 70

with Prussia, 70, 464, 479, 525

with Spain, 71, 290, 339, 464, 471n, 472, 473, 488,

518, 532

with Portugal, 92

with Morocco, 104

and right to navigate Mississippi, 300

Laws

and imprisonment for debt, 575

Legislative Assembly

and U.S. debt to France, 3

and French foreign policy, 68

and aid to Saint-Domingue, 72, 170

and relations with Austria, 107, 170

and G. Morris, 113

attitude toward Leopold II, 114

TJ's comments on, 248

decrees against Lessart, 266-7, 277, 337-8

no confidence vote in Bertrand de Molleville, 266-7

confiscates émigré property, 339

and rights of blacks in colonies, 340, 341n

and assignats, 413

and war with Austria, 440, 473, 477, 499

Loan to U.S.

Church's plan for paying, 3, 412

proposed transfer of, 21

used to aid Saint-Domingue, 72, 170, 191, 232, 249, 433-4, 467

National Assembly

and commercial treaty with U.S., 248, 258, 469n

and restrictions on U.S. commerce, 467, 469n

Politics and Government

discontent in, 107-8

ministerial changes in, 266-7, 277, 337-8, 339-40, 443, 525

U.S. Relations with

U.S. minister to appointed, 10-11n, 16, 19-24,

35, 49, 55-7, 65-6, 83, 85-6, 87, 168, 250, 276, 477, 508

detains U.S. ships, 40-1, 44

aid from during American Revolution, 180

role in American Revolution, 296

mediation with Spain unnecessary, 312

abstains from territorial acquisitions, 313n

U.S. Trade with

proposed commercial treaty, 5-6, 21, 24, 26, 72,

159-60, 248, 258

restrictions on, 183n, 248, 251, 311, 339, 441-2, 467,

469n, 470, 504-5

admission of whale oil, 306

treaty of commerce, 309

Francis, Archduke. See Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor

Franciscans

status in Portugal, 110

Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor

election of, 267

relations with France, 339

war with France, 441, 464-5, 473, 477, 479, 525, 531-2

TJ's views on, 524-5

François, Mde

and servant for TJ, 473

letter to cited, 473

Franklin, Benjamin

employs Dumas as U.S. agent, 100

payment to, 129, 135

and Houdon's statue of Washington, 133

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

TJ succeeds as minister to France, 185

and peace treaty negotiations, 553, 603n, 607n

and restitution of Loyalist property, 556

Franklin, William Temple

forwards letters, 509

Franks, David Salisbury

payment to, 138

receipt of, 140

seeks appointment, 367n

Frederick William II, King of Prussia

aversion to Ségur, 107

war with France, 525

Frediani, Andrea

correspondence with Giannini, 145

Freeman, Richard

Reports of Cases, 497, 591

free ports

and proposed commercial treaty with Spain, 310

French Broad river

and N.C. land warrants, 443

French Revolution

failure of predicted in Great Britain, 9

and émigrés, 69

opposition to in Europe, 69, 92, 114, 508

internal opposition to, 107-8

clubs in, 251, 252

and republicanism, 252

TJ's attitude toward, 260

popularity in U.S., 261

Washington's attitude toward, 261

riots in, 266

Freneau, Philip

publishes National Gazette, 324-5

instructions from TJ, 417n

See alsoNational Gazette

Fry, Henry

and subscription for clearing of Rivanna river, 124

fur trade

U.S. cut off from by British, 223, 515, 570-1, 596

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