Volume 24 Index

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N

Namur, Austrian Netherlands

and French invasion of Austrian Netherlands, 613-14

Nancarrow, John

letters from, 792, 808-9

and machine for raising water, 792, 808-9

elected to American Philosophical Society, 792n

identified, 792n

Nantes, France

Burrill Carnes resigns as consul at, 233

U.S. consular agent at, 424n

Nanticoke Indians

condition of, 389-90

vocabulary of sent to TJ, 389-90

relations with Senecas, 390

Naples

proposed commercial treaty with Portugal, 349, 545-6, 587-8

concern for Louis XVI, 425

departure of Portuguese naval squadron from, 643

Nassau-Siegen, Karl Heinrich Nikolaus Otto, Prince of

émigré agent in Russia, 243

Natchez

proposed Spanish conference with Southern Indians at, 480n

mentioned, 438n

National Assembly. See France: Legislative Assembly; France:

National Assembly

National Convention. See France: National Convention

National Gazette (Philadelphia)

prints excise proclamation, xlii

prints Monroe and Madison's defense of TJ, xlii

circulation of, 14, 623

prints "Sidney" essays, 71n

prints criticism of impost, 90

criticism of, 210

prints consular letters, 266, 370n, 425n, 441n, 465n, 592n

prints Rittenhouse's weather diary, 288

prints documents on trade with Marseilles, 320n

TJ's relations with, 326n, 355-7, 359n, 495n

mentioned, 121, 415, 474, 724n

national guard, France

and Brunswick manifesto, 208

"Native Virginian, A"

and TJ's French accounts, 174

naval stores

and proposed treaty with Algiers, 5-6

Navigation Act, British

dispute over enforcement of, 278-9, 311

navigation acts, U.S.

and constitutional convention, 428

Navy, U.S. See United States: Navy

Necker, Jacques

Du pouvoir exécutif, 457

nectarines

for TJ, 108

Netherlands

ambassador to France (see Berkenrode, Mattheus Lestevenon

heer van Hazerswoude en)

British ambassador to (see Auckland, William Eden, Baron)

U.S. minister to appointed, 20

relations with France, 41, 208, 241, 260, 337, 400, 426,

504, 559, 602, 625, 678, 710, 739, 767, 772

proportion of public debt to revenue, 106

Short's reception in, 123-5, 137

loan to U.S., 132n, 251, 281, 510, 556

proposed commercial treaty with, 230

lacks U.S. consuls, 240-1

trade with U.S., 240, 682, 710

relations with Great Britain, 241, 337, 400, 625, 739, 767, 772

strength of government, 241-2

Patriotic party in, 242

continuance of U.S. ministry to uncertain, 250, 682

relations with émigrés, 272

and Lafayette's captivity, 323, 335

diplomatic representation policy, 376

proposed commercial treaty with Great Britain, 457

relations with Austria, 504, 678

Polish diplomatic representation in, 514-15, 681

and French Revolution, 625, 678, 766, 767

John de Neufville's negotiations for proposed commercial

treaty with, 667-7

and opening of Scheldt, 678

loan to Spain, 709, 711-12

proposed French invasion of, 766-7

See also Dumas, Charles William Frederick; Short,

William; States General, Dutch; Van Berckel, Franco

Petrus

Netherlands, Austrian

British minister to (see Elgin, Thomas Bruce, Earl of)

French hopes for insurrection in, 52

invaded by France, 54-5, 503, 526-7, 536, 557-8, 559, 601-3,

613, 614, 624-5, 710, 764-7

revolt in, 503, 765

and proposed formation of republic with Liège, 613

British guarantee of Austrian sovereignty over, 624-5

and French Revolution, 624, 764-5

political divisions in, 764-5

Neufchâtel, France, 135

Neufville, A. M. (Mrs. John de Neufville)

letter from, 229-32

Neufville, John de

letter to, 110

claim for compensation, 110, 229-32

and commercial treaty with Netherlands, 110, 230

TJ's report on, 110, 664-6

services to U.S. in American Revolution, 229-32, 664-7

Neufville, John de, & Son

debts of, 231

proposal to serve as N.J. commercial agent in Netherlands,

666-7n

proposal to serve as U.S. commercial agent in Netherlands,

666n

New Gate road, Va., 369

New Hampshire

alliance with Va. at constitutional convention, 428

and navigation acts, 428

and slave trade, 428

electoral vote for vice-president, 757

New Jersey

and Hessian fly, 78

and navigation acts, 428

and slave trade, 428

voting pattern in constitutional convention, 428

French consul in, 530-1

Newman, John

pension claim, 146-7, 148

New Pigou (ship), 615

newspapers

tax on, 70, 71n

in TJ's French accounts, 177, 178, 180, 181

suppressed in Paris, 301, 303

G. Morris's assessment of in Paris, 303

prohibitions on in Portugal, 777

Newton, Thomas, Jr.

and wine for TJ, 462

New York

gubernatorial election in, 50, 105, 114-15, 134, 236, 407

monarchist sentiment in, 85

Republicans in, 236

attendance at constitutional convention, 428

French consul in, 530-1

electoral vote for vice-president, 699n, 757

New York, Treaty of

Spanish seek to nullify, 203-4, 315-16, 543, 549n, 562-3,

566

Creek violations of, 537, 538n

New York City

vote in gubernatorial election, 50, 114

New York Co., N.Y.

vote in gubernatorial election, 50, 114

New York Daily Advertiser, 805

Niagara, N.Y.

and proposed fleet on Lake Erie, 763

Nice

invaded by France, 536, 785, 793

Nicholas, George

on Ky. political affairs, 69

appointed U.S. district attorney in Ky., 707n

letter to cited, 707n

Noailles, Emmanuel Louis Marie, Marquis de

and French war with Austria, 278

Nodin, John, 331n

Noël, François Joseph Michel

mission to London, 425-6, 427n

Nomeny (TJ's servant)

financial dealings, 755

Norfolk, Va.

French consul in (see Oster, Martin)

carriage makers in, 431

trade with British West Indies, 632

Norris, Thomas

John Quarles's debt to, 412

North Carolina

land grants in Southwest Territory, 35-6, 39, 321-2, 439, 601

French consul in, 306

opposition to excise in, 384n

and Bank of United States, 433

boundary with Va., 531-3

compensation for British depredations in, 621

North Carolina, governor of. See Martin, Alexander

North Carolina Assembly

and N.C. land grants in Southwest Territory, 439

Northwest Territory

conflict with Indians in, 21, 88, 221, 222, 223, 407, 465,

472, 483, 485, 587, 745, 763

TJ's reports on, 29-30, 541

laws of, 112

seal for, 112, 219-20, 229, 295

subordination of military to civil authority in, 112

absence of officials from, 604, 605

Norton, Capt. (master of Juno), 266, 295

Norton, Mr.

debt to John Paradise, 372

Norway

U.S. consul in, 226

Notes of Cases in Points of Practice (Henry Barnes)

ordered by TJ, 469

Nougaret, Pierre Jean Baptiste

Anecdotes des beaux-arts, 540, 541n

Nourse, Joseph

letter from, 472

and sale of U.S. securities, 113

and expenses of Department of State, 472, 499n

mentioned, 630n

nudity

and figure of Diana, 113

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