Volume 23 Index

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Hague, The

U.S. embassy in, 128

Haldimand, Gen. Frederick

and retention of western posts by British, 570

letters on western posts cited, 604n

Hall, John

marries TJ's slave, 345

Hamburg

exchange rate, 3, 146

Hamet Abd Sadack

in Moroccan civil war, 486

Hamilton, Alexander

letters to, 43-4, 62-3, 75, 245, 433

letters from, 5-6, 40-1, 228, 320, 433-4, 434-5

and TJ's letter to Hammond, xxxv, 519, 527-31, 606n, 609n, 612n, 613n

and commercial treaty with France, 5-6, 258

and commercial treaty with Great Britain, 5-6, 258, 271n

and appointment of U.S. minister to Great Britain, 24n

criticism of, 24n

and agent for national bank, 25

letter from Donald cited, 25n

and registration of U.S. ships, 40-1, 43-4

and Federal District, 47

and diplomatic expenses, 62-3

and Knox's report on Indian war, 74n

and Department of State accounts, 75, 245

letter from cited, 75n

sent Dorchester's speech to Indians, 93

and TJ's accounts, 103

and L'Enfant's dismissal, 161n

and TJ's report on Spanish negotiations, 161n, 179-83, 259

and Dutch loans to U.S., 170

letter to quoted, 171n

supports bounties for manufactures, 172-3, 187

and right to alienate U.S. territory, 181

financial plan of, 186

Report on Manufactures and TJ, 187, 270

and Pa. land purchase, 228

and Ceracchi's proposed monument, 230n

Ceracchi's bust of, 230n

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 232n, 249, 433-4, 467

and British access to Mississippi, 239-40

and British mediation of Indian war, 239-42, 259

and relations with Western Indians, 239-42

and British aid to Indians, 240

and peace negotiations with Western Indians, 241

and proposed capture of Presque Isle, 241

and appointment of U.S. Army commander, 242

and use of Indians as U.S. military allies, 242

and legislative references to executive departments, 246-8, 262

requested by House of Representatives to report on additional revenues for U.S. Army, 246-8, 261

requested by House of Representatives to report on assumption, 246

right to report to Congress attacked, 246-8

and Antwerp loan, 248

and relations with Algiers, 257n

conflict with TJ, 258, 535-40

relations with Hammond, 258-60, 344-5

and British retention of western posts, 259

and TJ's report on commerce, 259

and House of Representatives' investigation of St. Clair, 261-2, 265n

and right of Congress to investigate executive, 261-2

and transfer of Va. marine hospital to U.S., 281n

and Panic of 1792, 320

and veto of apportionment bill, 377n

confidential diplomatic correspondence with G. Morris, 383n

praise of, 402n

plan for additional assumption of state debts, 408

and Short's public securities, 433

and Rutgers v. Waddington, 434-5, 605n

letter from Short cited, 443n

and bankers in Amsterdam, 450

and Jones' mission to Algiers, 616n

Hammond, George

letters to, 82, 97, 148-9, 352-3, 357-8, 406, 417, 551-602

letters from, 52, 89, 90-1, 122-3, 196-220, 354, 379-80,

397, 406, 418, 488

and Pagan v. Hooper, 5, 17, 81, 82, 89, 122-4, 142, 148-9, 488

Donald's hopes for, 9

and appointment of ministers to Europe, 11, 23n

and infractions of peace treaty, 21, 90, 97, 196-220, 223,

259, 352-3, 380, 434-5, 496-7, 514-16, 518-19, 527-31, 549,

551-613

negotiations with TJ, 21-2, 49, 212-13n, 342-3, 344-5

letters to Grenville quoted, 23n, 124n, 398n

denies British involvement in Indian war, 90-1, 96, 97

disavows Bowles, 90, 354, 357

alleged boundary proposal of, 234-5

and British access to Mississippi, 239-40, 243-4n

and British mediation of Indian war, 240, 243n, 259

and British aid to Indians, 241

and peace negotiations with Western Indians, 241

relations with Hamilton, 258-60, 344-5

conversation with Dickinson, 343, 344-5

criticizes TJ, 344-5

and enforcement of Navigation Act, 397-9, 406, 417, 421-2, 453, 619n

and identity of "Massachusettensis," 402n

health, 418

and commercial treaty with U.S., 466

and proposed Indian barrier state, 608n

Hanbury, Osgood

and Wayles estate debt, 253

Hancock, John

letter to, 337

and Ceracchi's proposed monument, 325

introduced to Ceracchi, 337

Hand Kock, Governor. See Hancock, John

Hanseatic Towns

whale oil excluded from France, 306

Hanson, Richard

and Wayles estate debt, 3, 253, 290-1, 408, 411, 423-4

sues debtors of Farrel & Jones, 333, 334n

Harding, Capt. (master of Pennsylvania)

mentioned, 248

hare

examined by TJ, 524

presented to Peale's museum by TJ, 524n

Hargood, Capt. William (master of Hyena)

and crew of Illustrious President, 499-500

Harison (Harrison), Richard

letter on peace treaty cited, 580, 605n

Harrison, Benjamin

proclamation on Loyalists, 563, 603n

Harrison, Richard

letters to, 103-4, 140

letter from, 75-6

audits accounts of John Adams, 75

audits accounts of Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard, 75, 103, 138-40

audits TJ's accounts as minister to France, 103, 128-40

and John B. Cutting's claims, 105

audits accounts of Grand & Co., 128-37

audits Department of State accounts, 245

Harrison, Samuel

performs consular duties in Lisbon, 290

Harrison, Thomas

case of, 219, 445-6, 563

Hartley, David

and interest on debts to British, 593

Harvie, John (1742-1807)

loses Va. gubernatorial election, 8

and assistant for Needler Robinson, 42

forwards TJ's letters, 124

Harvie, John, Sr. (of Seven Islands)

and Peter Jefferson's estate, 255-6

Hatfield, John Smith

murder indictment of, 208-9, 220, 353, 394-5, 581-2

Hatton, Capt. (master of Defiance)

mentioned, 487

Haut du Cap, Saint-Domingue

and slave revolt, 62

Havana

U.S. agent in, 162

proposed as free port, 310

Hawke (Hawkes), Martin Bladen, Baron

and powers of Continental Congress, 515

and Loyalist property, 558

Hawkesbury, Charles Jenkinson, Lord

report on Anglo-American trade, 381

and enforcement of Navigation Act, 545

Hawkins, Benjamin

letters from, 10, 342-3, 407

and appointment of ministers to Europe, 11, 36, 37

and notes on Senate debates on foreign ministers, 11-15, 19n

and TJ's negotiations with Hammond, 342-3

and payment of debts to British in N.C., 407

Hawsbury, Lord. See Hawkesbury, Charles Jenkinson, Lord

Hay, William

letter to, 274-5

letter from, 15-16

recommends Bennet Taylor, 15-16, 40n, 274-5

Hay, Mrs. William

nephew introduced to TJ, 15-16

Hea, Morocco

in Moroccan civil war, 391

Hemings, Robert (Bob, slave)

delivers letter, 95

Hemming, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas

introduced to TJ, 174

hemp

export to Portugal, 6

Hend Damen, Herman

offers to provide indentured servants, 321

Hennin, Pierre Michel

dismissed from foreign office, 339-40

Henri

sought as servant by TJ, 471, 472-3

Henri, Simon Nicholas

Dissertation sur l'ouverture et la navigation de l'Escaut, 314n

Nouvelle considérations sur l'ouverture de l'Escaut, 314n

Henry, John

letter from, 444-6

Herbaugh, Leonard

letter to, 379

and bridge over Rock Creek, 351, 352n, 379, 423

Hertzinger, Mr. See Hirsinger, Yves

Hessian fly

investigated by American Philosophical Society, 430-3

Heth (Heath), John

military promotion, 33

Hill, Samuel

and engraved plan of Federal District, xxxv, 437, 479-80

Hirsinger, Yves

and seizure of Resolve, 392

Histoire d'un Insecte qui devore les Grains de L'Angoumois (Henri Louis Duhamel du Monceau and Mathieu Tillet), 122n

History and Proceedings of the House of Commons (Richard Chandler)

cited by TJ, 262

History of the Revolution in South-Carolina (David Ramsay)

borrowed from TJ, 342-3

Hoare, Samuel. See Hoare v. Allen

Hoare v. Allen

as infraction of peace treaty, 220, 353, 389-91, 594

Hobart, Robert

and Catholic relief in Ireland, 48

Hog, James

and payment of debts to British, 407

Hogeboom, Cornelius

murder of, 257, 257n

Holmes, James

property confiscated by S.C., 215, 561

Holston, Treaty of

and N.C. land warrants, 443

Hooper, Stephen

dispute with Thomas Pagan, 5, 16-17, 82

Hopewell, Treaty of

and Va. land bounties, 54, 54n

horses

purchased by TJ, 8n, 33

Houdon, Jean Antoine

payment to, 132

statue of Washington, 132-3

House of Representatives, Speaker of

letters to, 143, 193, 332

and Louis XVI's acceptance of French constitution, 277-8

See also Trumbull, Jonathan

Howell, Mr.

and TJ's dispatches, 106

Hull, William

and retention of western posts by British, 570

letter to Haldimand on western posts cited, 604n

Humbert, M.

legacy of, 275-6

Hume, James

letter to Joshua Johnson quoted, 420n

Humphreys, David

letter to, 386-7

letters from, 6-7, 92-3, 110, 228-9, 290, 293, 337, 355,

472, 480-1, 531-2

on French affairs, 6-7, 472, 531-2

on Portuguese affairs, 6-7, 92-3, 110, 228-9, 290, 337,

472, 480-1

diplomatic rank, 14, 24n

account with Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard, 61n, 387

expenses of, 63n

relations with Barclay, 89, 472, 532

on French Revolution, 92-3

letter from Pinto de Sousa Coutinho cited, 110n

letter from quoted, 110n

payment to, 128-9, 135, 136-7, 138

and military medals, 136

on Spanish affairs, 228-9, 290, 472

and captives in Algiers, 251, 355

on Moroccan affairs, 293, 337

forwards Carmichael's letter, 318

health, 355

relations with Carmichael, 472, 532

letters from cited, 518, 521, 524

Hungary, King of. See Francis II

Hunter, Adam

and gunbarrel for Mazzei, 534

Huntington, Samuel

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

Hutchinson, James

letter from cited, 366n

recommends Pfeiffer for clerkship in Department of State, 366n

circular letter on Hessian fly, 430-2

Hyena (H.M.S.)

and crew of Illustrious President, 499-500

Hylton, Daniel L.

letters to, 32, 102, 275, 290-1, 343-4

letters from, 98, 112, 125, 245-6, 333-4, 399, 498-9, 513-14, 521, 543-4

and sale of TJ's tobacco, 32, 98, 125, 245, 275, 294, 333-4,

344, 399, 411, 457-8, 483, 498-9, 513, 521, 543

forwards letter, 32

forwards bank note, 33

and servant for TJ, 102, 112, 125, 275

money for daughter of, 236

and sale of Elkhill, 290-1, 399, 438-9, 513, 521, 543

and sale of Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr.'s tobacco, 294

and debts to British, 333

and Jones v. Walker, 333

relations with William Duval, 404

and overseer for TJ, 418

debt to Mazzei, 533

requests looking glasses, 544

Hylton, Mrs. Daniel L.

forwards letter, 32

mentioned, 98, 102, 112, 275, 333, 344, 514, 544

Hylton, Elizabeth

letter to, 236

and servant for TJ, 125

money for, 236, 275

TJ's assistance for sought, 245, 343

Hylton, John

letter from, 418-19

seeks employment as TJ's overseer, 418

Hylton, Ralph

death of, 246

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