Volume 25 Index

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F

Fabius (ship), 528

factors, U.S.

status in British colonies, 147, 188

Fair American (ship)

passport for, 682n

Falmouth, England

U.S. vessel released at, 150

U.S. consul at, 203, 227, 238n, 369, 394

Fanny (TJ's slave)

and canal for Monticello, 138

"Farmer, A"

criticizes Washington, 155n

Farrell & Jones

and Wayles estate debt, 70, 551

Fauchet, Jean Antoine Joseph

succeeds Genet, 80

Fay, Joseph

letters to, 98-9, 402, 418

letters from, 184, 268-9, 363, 672-3

relations with TJ, 98-9

relations with Madison, 99

sends Canadian newspapers to TJ, 184, 363, 418, 672-3

letters from cited, 184n, 673n

offers share in land company to TJ, 268-9, 363, 402, 412-13, 672

letter from submitted to Washington, 412-13

requests congressional records, 673

Fayal, Azores

U.S. consul at, 203

Febiger, Christian

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 82n

Federal District

engraved plan of, 9, 135, 369, 395, 407, 413, 671

President's House, 24

workmen for, 24-5, 152-3

Capitol, 25, 107-8, 110, 152, 384-6, 400n, 459

lottery for, 25

superintendent for, 25, 109, 361n

survey of, 25, 26n, 45, 52, 54, 56, 110, 152, 169, 170, 231,

267, 401n

marble for, 152, 170

money for, 199n

proprietors of, 266-8

Federal District Commissioners

letters to, 24-5, 52

letters from, 152-3, 169, 170

and machine for cutting stone, 24

and workmen for Federal District, 24-5, 152-3

and lottery for Federal District, 25

and superintendent for Federal District, 25, 109

and survey of Federal District, 25, 45, 52, 54, 110, 152,

169, 170, 231, 267, 401n

letter to cited, 25n

letters from submitted to Washington, 26n, 169n, 171n

dispute with Andrew Ellicott, 41-2, 45n, 54, 56, 152, 199,

266-8, 316, 401n, 409, 425-6, 449

and Capitol, 107-8, 110, 152, 384-6, 400n

letters from Washington, 107-8, 109

compensation for, 109, 152, 345, 361

sent pamphlet by T. Coxe, 136n, 159

expenses of, 170

dispute with L'Enfant, 266-7

planned retirements among, 360-1, 400

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

Federal Gazette and Philadelphia Daily Advertiser

prints Giles resolutions censuring Hamilton, 296n

Federalists

and Republican effort to censure Hamilton, xli, 284-91

alleged monarchism, 436

Feders. See National Guard, French

Fenner, Arthur

letter to, 588

Fenno, John

and criticism of Franklin, 273-4

prints Gazette of the United States, 444, 475

mentioned, 214n

Fenwick, George

and survey of Federal District, 267n

assistant to Andrew Ellicott, 268

Fenwick, Joseph

letter to, 415-18

letters from, 68-9, 165-6, 261-2, 486

and Derieux's legacy, 18, 44, 49, 67, 306, 346-7

security for, 68, 69n, 262

consul at Bordeaux, 202

letter to cited, 212

letter from quoted, 262n

and wine for TJ, 269

letter from cited, 486n

mentioned, 61

Fenwick, Mason & Co.

as security for Stephen Cathalan, Jr., 212

mentioned, 69n

Ferey, Baptiste André

captures Eunice, 699

commander of Sans Culotte, 699

Ferguson, Adam

Institutes of Moral Philosophy, 472

Feuillants

TJ's comments on, 14

and unicameralism, 58

conflict with Jacobins, 121

support constitution, 121

divisions among, 122

and war with Austria and Prussia, 122

Findley, William

and Republican effort to censure Hamilton, 290

Finlay, Mr.

owner of Union, 524

fire engines

in England, 163-4

Nancarrow's comments on, 163-4

in Philadelphia, 163-4

firewood

for Mint, 447

fish

duties on in French West Indies, 187

export to French West Indies, 187

duties on in Spain, 561

See codfish; salted fish

Fitzgerald, John

and passports for U.S. ships, 670-1n

Fitzhugh, Elizabeth Chew (Mrs. Peregrine Fitzhugh)

marriage of, 263n

Fitzhugh, Peregrine

letter from, 262-3

lottery for, 262-3

identified, 263n

Fitzhugh, William, 263n

FitzSimons, Thomas

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 82

director of national bank, 433

stockholder in national bank, 433

flag, Spanish

and case of Euphrasie, 5n, 362-3

flag, U.S.

and case of Euphrasie, 5n, 362-3

and case of Illustrious President, 297n

use by foreign ships forbidden, 365, 415-16, 426-7, 435, 439

Flanders, Austrian Netherlands

and French invasion of Austrian Netherlands, 339, 374, 455, 486

mentioned, 190

Flanders, France

opposition to French Revolution in, 190

flax

production of, 256n

flaxseed

duties on in Great Britain, 187, 202

export to Great Britain, 187

Florida, East

proposed acquisition by U.S., 245, 430-1

acquisition by Great Britain feared, 430-1

boundary with Ga., 431n

and conflict between Creeks and Ga., 518-19n

ceded to Spain, 557

Florida, West

proposed acquisition by U.S., 245, 430-1

acquisition by Great Britain feared, 430-1

boundary with Ga., 431n

and conflict between Creeks and Ga., 518-19n

ceded to Spain, 557

Floridablanca, José Moñino y Redondo, Conde de

and relations with U.S., 140

negotiations with Carmichael, 324

and U.S. boundary with Spain, 556-8, 563n

florin

value in comparison to dollar, 175

value in comparison to livre, 175

flour

demand for in U.S., 4

for Saint-Domingue, 20n

price, 68, 69, 213, 279, 358-9, 384, 407, 441, 486, 554, 590

export to Portugal, 93-4, 400n, 407n, 426, 441

duties on in Spain, 186, 205, 219, 561

reexport to Spanish colonies, 205

export to France, 213, 278, 406, 663

import from U.S. to Netherlands forbidden, 237

purchase in U.S. for France, 266, 705

speculation in, 351

demand for in Mediterranean, 358-9

export to Liverpool forbidden, 392

export to Spain, 441

milling in Portugal, 441

export from Lisbon forbidden, 441-2n

milling in Va., 706

Flowerden, Joseph

Compendium of Physic, 484

forage

British restrictions on export to France, 494

Ford, Paul Leicester

and TJ's draft censure resolutions, xli, 280-1

foreign coinage act

passage of, 38n

and assay of foreign coins, 354, 409, 412, 423

provisions of, 354n

foreign intercourse

act for, 154, 155n, 432, 438

TJ's report on fund for, 565-7

foreign officers

payment of, 21, 143, 178, 194n, 240

Forrest, Uriah

and Federal District, 56, 449n

letter to Washington quoted, 56n

Forster, Benson

returns to U.S., 468n

Forster, Nicholas

and Dutch colonial trade, 663

master of Anne, 663

Forster, William, 100

Fort Harmar, Treaty of

and boundary with Western Indians, 221-2

Fort Laurence

and boundaries with Western Indians, 355

Fort Pitt, 19, 229

Foster, Theodore

and case of Commerce, 415

letter from cited, 415

Four Brothers (ship)

captured by Embuscade, 685

condemned by Mangourit, 685

Four Friends (ship), 235, 525, 580

Fox, Charles James

Letter from the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, 665

mentioned, 253n

Fox, Edward

letter to, 415-17

appointed consul at Falmouth, 203, 227, 238n, 369, 394

mistaken consular appointment of, 228n

letter to cited, 238n

Fox, John

petition from, 634-5

Fox, Robert Weare

appointed consul at Falmouth, 228n

Fox, Samuel M.

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 83n

France

Army

size of, 5, 191, 333-4, 452-3

in winter quarters, 5

sent to French West Indies, 63

and execution of king, 95

indiscipline of, 122, 453

Jacobin influence in, 122

recruitment of, 262, 457

and conscription, 334

losses of, 334, 451, 454

desertions from, 453

Constitution

Jacobin attitudes toward, 14

adoption of, 63-4, 121

support for, 120, 126, 573, 576-7

opposition to, 121

and royal veto power, 121

and religious freedom, 123

abolition of, 131, 367

National Convention and, 131, 374, 577

Economy

possibility of famine, 63, 68, 180, 278, 358-9, 407, 669

supply system, 68

trade with French West Indies, 165

corn shortage, 358-9

Finances

coinage, 31-2, 37-9

instability of, 53

G. Morris' comments on, 189-90

does not pay foreign pensions, 632

Foreign Relations

with Great Britain, 4, 12, 26, 28, 41, 53, 68, 95, 96,

100, 104, 107, 192

with Pope, 12

with Spain, 12, 191, 262, 322, 325-7, 562, 593, 654

with Netherlands, 68, 104, 137

with Algiers, 88n

with Denmark, 340

with Portugal, 340, 407, 422, 487

with Sweden, 340

with Switzerland, 456

Legislative Assembly

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 33-4, 498-9, 500, 503-4

divisions in, 121

and clerical oaths, 122-3

and National Guard, 122-3

and conflict between Jacobins and Lafayette, 123-5

and dethronement of king, 126

and Paris Commune, 127

and Swiss Guards, 127

and political assassination, 128

summons National Convention, 129, 367

and conflict between Lafayette and Dumouriez, 130

Loan to U.S.

and French consular salaries, 6-7, 39, 51-2, 543, 564-5, 579

payment of, 21, 47n, 50, 164-5, 174-81, 198, 239-43,

249, 260, 264, 273, 275-6, 283, 285, 368, 382, 460-2,

479, 482n, 495-509, 673

used to aid Saint-Domingue, 22, 33-4, 49, 51-2, 178,

264-5, 368, 498-9, 500, 503-4

used to purchase provisions, 39, 162-3, 164-5, 172-82,

196-7, 198, 243-5, 260, 264, 266, 273, 275-6, 286, 368, 662-3n

payment of suspended, 50, 239-43, 368, 495-509

payment of to William Stephens Smith rejected, 310-11

proposed purchase of provisions with, 590

Loan to U.S.

and constitution, 14, 63-4, 121

and sale of U.S. ships in France, 186

and tobacco duties, 186

and weights and measures, 226, 227n

National Convention

and trial of king, xxxix, 131

propagandist decrees, 4, 5n

and relations with Great Britain, 26

relations with Pache, 27

and navy, 68

elections for, 129

and constitution, 131, 374, 577

divisions in, 131

establishes republic, 131, 218-19, 254-5

and monarchy, 131, 218-19, 573-4

and trial of queen, 131

declaration of war on Great Britain, 137, 165, 585

declaration of war on Netherlands, 137, 165, 585, 669

and sale of U.S. ships in France, 165, 278

and relations with U.S., 193

legitimacy of, 239

equalizes French and U.S. trade duties, 261, 262n

opens French colonial ports to U.S. ships, 261, 262n,

278, 340n, 486, 530n, 661-2

opens French ports to U.S. ships, 261, 262n, 334, 340, 530n

relations with Dumouriez, 271, 450-1, 455, 488-9, 492, 524

reduces tobacco duties, 278

unpopularity of, 334, 374, 524

and invasion of Netherlands, 343

summoning of, 367

establishes Revolutionary Tribunal, 374

and Joseph G. Chambers's plan for repeating firearms, 392

and duties on bacalao, 406-7

opens trade with Senegal to foreign ships, 486

and neutral trade, 575n

Navy

increase in, 68

recruitment for, 165

in Mediterranean, 359

captures British ships, 581, 597, 619, 637-40, 641, 644, 668-9, 676,

683, 685, 694, 702-5

right to bring prizes to U.S. ports, 598, 603, 611

right to sell prizes in U.S. ports, 603, 611

right to fit out in U.S. ports, 611

Politics and Government

monarchism in, 14-15, 573-4

monarchy abolished, 120-32, 218-19

division into departments, 122

republicanism in, 131, 218-19, 254-5, 374, 519, 574

ministerial changes, 131-2, 489

instability of, 663

Provisional Executive Council

and establishment of French Republic, 218-19, 254-5

and recall of G. Morris, 243, 248

and privateering, 494n, 699

and U.S. debt to France, 663n

Politics and Government

TJ's comments on, 14-15

William Stephens Smith's agency to U.S., 161-2, 243-5,

258, 310-11

proposed recall of G. Morris, 243-5

diplomatic precedence in, 323

See Genet, Edmond Charles; Lebrun-Tondu, Pierre

Henri Hélène Marie; Morris, Gouverneur; Ternant, Jean Baptiste

U.S. Trade with

Delamotte's views on, 53

and proposed commercial treaty, 57, 62, 192-3, 194n

British restrictions on, 104, 141, 150, 383, 493-4

restrictions on, 147

shipping privileges in, 148

impact of war on, 165, 213-14

sale of U.S. ships in France, 165, 213

tobacco duties reduced, 185, 211, 213, 217-18, 278

and TJ's report on commerce, 186-7

and Barbary States, 213

French colonial ports opened to U.S. ships, 213, 261,

262n, 278, 340n, 486, 530n, 662n

French ports opened to U.S. ships, 261, 262n, 334, 340, 530n

trade duties equalized, 261, 262n

U.S. ships allowed to trade with Senegal, 486

naturalizes U.S. ships, 646

War with Austria and Prussia

invasion of Austrian Netherlands, 4, 124

proposed invasion of Netherlands, 4

allied withdrawal from, 8, 44, 97, 130-1

popularity of, 95

declaration of, 121

allied invasion of, 130-1, 239

trade with Austria, 165

trade with Prussia, 165

War with First Coalition

declaration of war on Great Britain, 137, 165, 166,

169-70, 213, 235, 261, 340n, 358-9, 451, 477, 513,

515, 516, 518, 519, 521, 532, 535, 541, 585

declaration of war on Netherlands, 137, 165, 166, 213,

235, 261, 340n, 358-9, 451, 477, 518, 519, 521, 532,

535, 585, 623, 669

British trade restrictions, 141, 150, 190, 252-3, 279, 383, 493-4, 675

embargo on European ships, 165

G. Morris's reports on, 189-92, 333-4, 338-9, 343-4, 374, 488, 492, 530, 573

invasion of Netherlands, 191, 262n, 333-4, 339, 343-4, 359, 374, 450-7, 488, 493, 524, 576, 662, 668

plan to liberate South America, 243, 244-5, 336-7

Spanish trade restrictions, 327

union with Austrian Netherlands, 335-6, 451

declaration of war on Spain, 336-7, 338, 358-9, 422, 441

invasion of Austrian Netherlands, 339, 343-4, 374, 450-7

Spanish declaration of war, 339n

declaration of war on Savoy, 340n

attacks Sardinia, 359

Genoese declaration of neutrality, 359

naval operations in Mediterranean, 359

British expedition against French Windward Islands, 377

allied trade restrictions, 442

invasion of Rhineland, 451, 488, 492

invasion of Savoy, 457, 488

Dutch trade restrictions, 467-8

French strategy criticized, 491

withdrawal from Austrian Netherlands, 523-4, 568, 576

invasion of France, 573

plan for separate peace with Great Britain, 574

T. Paine's report on, 576-7

See privateers, British; privateers, French

France, King of. See Louis XVI, King of France

Francis, John

and case of Illustrious President, 297n

Francis, Thomas Willing

master of Illustrious President, 297n

Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor

and war with France, 121, 131

and Lafayette's captivity, 128, 389n

proposed assassination of, 128

relations with Prussia, 131

election of, 407

mentioned, 524, 568

Franconia

emigration from to U.S., 640

U.S. consul at, 640n

Frankfurt am Main

emigration from to U.S., 640

"Franklin"

pseudonym used by John Taylor of Caroline, 265n, 462n

Franklin, Benjamin

criticism of, 273-4

franquia

and detention of U.S. grain ships in Portugal, 94n, 487-8

Fredericksburgh Packet (ship), 630

Frederick the Great, King of Prussia

and Silesian loan, 539n

Frederick William II, King of Prussia

proposed assassination of, 128

negotiations with Dumouriez, 130-1

relations with Austria, 130-1

and war with France, 130-1

letter to Paleske cited, 376

and Lafayette's captivity, 388n, 389n

"Freeman"

supports French Revolution, 660n

Freeman, Samuel

letter from, 633-4

petition from, 634-5

identified, 634n

Free Mason's Calendar (Samuel Stearns)

copyright for, 100

Freire, Cypriano Ribeiro, Chevalier

arrival in U.S. expected, 9, 407

"French, The"

supports French Revolution, 660n

French Revolution

consular reports on (see Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.; Delamotte, F. C. A.; Fenwick, Joseph)

TJ's comments on, xxxix, 14-15, 18, 30, 58, 436, 679

conflict between Feuillants and Jacobins, 14-15, 121, 122

support for in U.S., 14-15, 91, 436, 660, 661, 697, 699

opposition to in U.S., 15, 697

G. Morris's reports on, 27-8, 95

impact on French West Indies, 40

J. Adams's comments on, 63-4

Mountflorence's report on, 84, 119-33

execution of king, 95, 100, 103-4, 107, 189, 325, 327,

328n, 340, 402, 407, 442-3, 519, 533, 697

opposition to in Europe, 95, 325

impact on Sweden, 95-6

support for in Europe, 95-6

September Massacres, 120, 128-9, 374

opposition to in France, 190

Le Roy's comments on, 226

impact on Spain, 325-7

conflict between Girondins and Jacobins, 334, 374, 457

impact on Canada, 363

Short's comments on, 509

T. Paine's report on, 577

See France: War with Austria and Prussia; France:

War with First Coalition

Freneau, Philip

duties in Department of State, 10

salary, 10

prints National Gazette, 475

mentioned, 214n

"Friend to Liberty, A"

pseudonym used by J. Butler, 40-1n

Froullé, Jean François

TJ orders books from

Furant (Durant), M.

recommended as consul at St. Croix, 11, 204

fur trade

in Pacific Northwest, 307

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