Volume 25 Index

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H

Haarlem, Netherlands

and Federal District, 671

Hague, The

and Federal District, 671

Haines, Reuben, Jr.

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 83n

half crown, English

assay of, 32

half crown, French

assay of, 32

half johannes

assay of, 32

half penny, British

copper content of, 350

Hall, Parry

proposed edition of Notes on the State of Virginia, 467

identified, 467n

Hallet, Stephen

letter from, 384-5

design for stonecutting mill, 24

and workmen for Federal District, 24

plans for Capitol, 25, 107-8, 110, 152, 384-6, 459

Hamburg

U.S. consul at, 204, 228, 238n, 369, 394

Hamilton, Alexander

letters to, 143-4, 402-3, 432, 460-1, 471, 522, 584-5, 636, 680-1

letters from, 20, 55, 55-6, 56, 111, 439-40, 472, 487, 492,

643-4, 695-6

Republican effort to censure, xli, 20-3, 172-82, 239-43,

261, 280-96, 311, 313-14, 384, 404n, 433-4n, 440n, 458,

460-2, 473-4, 533, 546, 661, 662n, 697-8

and French consular salaries, 7n

and debt to France, 16-17, 47n, 50, 164-5, 172-82, 196-7,

198, 239-43, 260, 264, 273, 275-6, 310-11, 479, 482n, 495-509

and bills on Saint-Domingue, 20

and foreign loans, 20-3, 172-82, 239-43, 282-4, 285, 289,

292, 295, 436-7, 440n, 458, 460-2, 473-4, 495-509, 517, 533, 673

relations with national bank, 20-3, 178, 284, 285, 292, 293, 295, 474

reports to House of Representatives, 20-3, 178, 180, 239-43, 283, 285, 293-4n

and Guyer's type foundry, 36n

and payment of foreign officers, 55-6, 59

health, 56

and sinking fund, 56, 261, 432, 439-40, 487, 492, 673

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 82, 83n

and Ky. Indian expeditions, 99-100n

and appointment of ministers to Europe, 102

and captives in Algiers, 111, 143-4

conflict with TJ, 154-5, 172-82, 239-43, 280-96, 439-40,

443, 458, 460-2, 473-4, 516n, 661

and provisions for France, 164-5, 172-82, 196-7, 198, 260,

264, 273, 275-6, 310-11

letters from Washington, 220, 345, 424-5, 568

and relations with Western Indians, 220, 255, 258-9, 271-3, 424-5, 450

and right of U.S. to cede territory to Indians, 220, 258-9, 272-3

letter from Lear, 255

and criticism of Franklin, 273

and relations with France, 273

and U.S. debt to national bank, 282-3

alleged indecorum to House of Representatives, 290, 293, 294n, 295-6

TJ's censure resolutions against, 292-3

William Branch Giles's censure resolutions against, 294-6

and presidential inauguration, 301-2

and William Stephens Smith's mission to U.S., 310-11

and Washington's absence from Philadelphia, 345

and letter of protection for Indians, 380n

and Department of State expenses, 402-3, 432, 438n, 471-2, 565-6, 584-5

alleged monarchism, 436

letter to cited, 439-40

"Catullus" essays, 443

relations with Ternant, 443

and Mint, 448

and reception of Genet, 469-70, 570-2, 598, 600-1, 608, 612, 666

new home in Philadelphia, 474

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 502-3

and Short's business affairs, 522

and register of Philadelphia Packet, 526

and Washington's instructions on neutrality, 541n

and Washington's questions on neutrality and the French

alliance, 568-71, 597-618, 665-6

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 570-2, 674

and treaties with France, 597-618, 619n, 666

and Ternant's application for funds, 636-7, 643-4

Plain Truth attributed to, 660

and neutrality, 661

and relations with Great Britain, 661

and Noailles, 664n

and congressional authority over neutrality, 666

and enforcement of neutrality, 667-8, 673-4, 691-2, 700, 701

and sale of U.S. ships built for war, 667-8

and passports for U.S. ships, 671n, 680-2, 835

and contraband, 674

letter to T. Pinckney submitted to, 676n, 679

and U.S. arms sales to France, 684

informs Hammond of Cabinet meetings, 685n

and case of Eunice, 699-700n

mentioned, 487

Hamilton, John Church

and Republican effort to censure Hamilton, 284

Hammond, George

letters to, 184-5, 206-7, 523, 563-4, 583-4, 644

letters from, 199-201, 224, 522, 585

memorials from, 637-8, 683, 684, 685-6, 686-7

negotiations with TJ, 12, 150, 151n, 578

TJ dines with, 58

and TJ's report on commerce, 184-5, 199-202, 206-7, 212, 224

letters to submitted to Washington, 185n, 198, 207n, 564n, 584n

and enforcement of navigation act, 187-8, 200-1, 206-7, 224

and U.S. treaty of alliance with France, 192

and U.S. peace conference with Western Indians, 259n, 273

and Kennedy's claim to British title, 275

letter from cited, 379

and Pagan v. Hooper, 379, 522-3, 563-4

letters from submitted to Washington, 523n, 585n

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 583-4, 585, 684

and case of Grange, 637-40, 641, 644, 649, 683, 702-5

memorials from submitted to Washington, 683n

and U.S. arms sales to France, 684-5

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 685-6

informed of Cabinet meetings by Hamilton, 685n

and French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S., 686-7

mentioned, 623

Hampden, John Trevor, Viscount, 587n

Hancock, George

elected to House of Representatives, 533

Hancock, John

letter to, 588

Hancock, John Gregory

and copper coinage, 348

handspikes

duties on in Great Britain, 202

Hanover

war with France, 191, 453-7

Hanson, Richard

letter to, 69-70

and Wayles estate debt, 69-70

Harbaugh, Mr. See Herbaugh, Leonard

Harding, Capt. (master of Pennsylvania), 261

Harding, Stephen

petition from, 634-5

Hargood, William

and case of Illustrious President, 103

Harrison, Richard

letter from, 445

recommends Joseph Yznardi for consular appointment at Cadiz, 203

and Jacob Hollingsworth's claim, 312

and Department of State expenses, 402-3

audits TJ's French accounts, 445

and Bradshaw's expenses, 520

Harrison, Samuel

U.S. consular agent in Lisbon, 87

and trade with Portugal, 94n

and Barclay's death, 319n

Hartley, Thomas

letter from quoted, 228n

recommends Caspar Voght for consular appointment at Hamburg, 228n

Harvie, John

and provisions for France, 706

Harvie, John (1742-1807)

and James Currie's land claim, 171

Harwood, Thomas

and Federal District, 152

Hauterive, Alexandre Maurice Blanc de Lanutte, Comte d'

appointed French consul in N.Y., 226

identified, 227n

Hawes, Dr. William

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 83n

Hawkesbury, Charles Jenkinson, Lord

Representation of the Lords of the Committee in Council, 146

Hawkins, Benjamin

letters from, 112-13, 197

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 82

sends grass seed to TJ, 112-13, 444

and Southwest Territory boundary, 197

Hawkins, William

Treatise of the Pleas of the Crown, 472

hay

for horses, 269

for Mint, 447

Hay, William

and Wayles estate debt, 8

Head of Elk, Md.

influence of agricultural practices on TJ, 230

roads, 443

Heineken, Jan H. C.

Danish consul in Delaware and Pennsylvania, 237

and U.S. trade with Netherlands, 237

Heister, D. See Hiester, Daniel

hemp

Dandiran's plan for, 256

Vall-Travers's plan for, 256

Hend Damen, Hermen

and Dutch trade embargo, 468n

Henderson, Mr., 73

Henderson & Co.

TJ's debt to, 550-1

Henry, John

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 82

Herbaugh (Harbaugh), Leonard

and stonecutting mill for Federal District, 24

Herrias, Charles, & Co., 410

Herschel, Sir William

discovers Uranus, 54

Hesse-Cassel

war with France, 493

Hesse-Cassel, George William, Prince of

and invasion of Netherlands, 454

Heth, William

reportedly elected to House of Representatives, 463

Hiester (Heister), Daniel

stockholder in national bank, 433

Hill, Henry

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 83n

Hillhouse, James

and case of Dover, 277n

letter to quoted, 277n

stockholder in national bank, 432

hinges

for Mint, 447

History of My Own Time (Gilbert Burnet)

cited by J. G. Jefferson, 472

Hoban (Hoben), James

and workmen for Federal District, 24

Hobby, John

petition from, 634-5

recommended as marshal for Me., 316-17n, 651

letter to cited, 317n

Hoben, Mr. See Hoban, James

Hodges, Thomas

petition from, 634-5

hogs

feed for, 3

Hoguer, Grand & Cie.

and U.S. debt to France, 249

Hohenlohe-Inglefingen, Friedrich Ludwig, Prince of

and invasion of Netherlands, 453-7

Hollingsworth, Jacob

letters to, 225, 312-13

letters from, 263-4, 483-4

claim against U.S., 225, 263, 312-13, 483

and overseer for Monticello, 225, 263

relationship with Levi Hollingsworth, 264n

and tenant farmers for TJ, 483, 521

Hollingsworth, Levi (Live)

relationship with Jacob Hollingsworth, 264n

Hollingsworth, Stephen

and brother's claim against U.S., 263, 312-13

mentioned, 483

Holloway, Thomas

and Mint, 512

Holston, Treaty of, 653, 659n

Holy Roman Emperor. See Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor

Homassel, Charles

and Derieux's business affairs, 44

Honfleur, France

privateering in, 458n

Hood, Samuel, Viscount

commands British Mediterranean fleet, 359

Hooper, John

prize master of Eunice, 699-700

Hooper, Stephen

dispute with Thomas Pagan, 379, 389-90, 522-3, 537-41, 564

Hooper, William, 419, 420n

Hope, Henry

and U.S. debt to France, 501

Hope (ship)

detained by Dutch trade embargo, 467-8n

returns to U.S., 468n

mentioned, 524

Hope of London (British privateer)

captures French ships, 422

Hopewell, Treaty of

and Cherokee boundaries, 209-11

and Chickasaw boundaries, 209-11

Hors du Monde, 515

horses

sale of TJ's, 134, 230, 581

export to French West Indies, 186

export to British West Indies, 188

death of TJ's, 230, 581

feed for, 269

for Mint, 447

proposed purchase of by TJ, 693

Houdon, Jean Antoine

plaster bust of TJ, 31n

equestrian statue of Washington, 66

House, Mrs. Mary, 534

House of Representatives. See United States: House of Representatives

House of Representatives, Speaker of. See Trumbull, Jonathan

Howell, Richard

letter to, 588

Hudson river, 19, 229

Hull, William

and peace conference with Western Indians, 255, 259n

Humphreys, David

letters to, 8-9, 420-1, 426-7, 427-9, 468-9, 532, 587-8

letters from, 29, 36-7, 86-7, 93-4, 159-60, 160-1, 407,

440-1, 487, 623

and consular fees, 13

and captives in Algiers, 29, 86, 88n, 161, 400n, 428

and proposed treaty between Portugal and Algiers, 29

letters from submitted to Washington, 30n, 88n, 94n, 160n,

408, 441-2n, 487n, 623n

and TJ's retirement, 36-7, 427-8

secretary to Washington, 37n

absence from Lisbon, 87, 93-4, 159-60, 166, 169, 182, 319n

and trade with Portugal, 93-4, 407, 441

letter from cited, 155n

and T. Pinckney's cipher, 167

and levees, 208

and Lafayette's captivity, 387n, 665

letter from quoted, 400

mission to Algiers, 400n, 405, 410, 413-14, 420-1, 423,

429-30, 438, 468-9, 470-1, 532, 535, 542

expenses, 405n, 421, 438, 532, 535, 542

and proposed commercial treaty between Portugal and Naples, 407, 426

relations with Carmichael, 407

and detention of U.S. grain ships in Portugal, 407n, 441, 487-8, 623

account with Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard, 410, 413-14, 421, 532, 535, 542

and Barclay's mission to Morocco, 420-1

and civil war in Morocco, 421

letters to submitted to Washington, 423, 427n, 469n, 532n, 566, 588n

TJ's instructions on neutrality to, 426-7

and relations with Spain, 427

account with T. Pinckney, 532, 535, 542

and Barclay's ciphers, 575

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 587-8

mentioned, 562, 694-5

Huntington, Samuel

letter to, 588

Hutchins, Thomas

and survey of Northwest Territory, 332n, 338n

New Map of the Western Parts, 356

Hutchinson, Edward

captured by Embuscade, 637, 638n

master of Grange, 637

Hutchinson, James

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 82n

Hutchinson, Thomas

criticism of, 660n

Huy, Austrian Netherlands

and French invasion of Austrian Netherlands, 343

hydrogen

and Blanchard's balloon flight, xl

Hyena (H.M.S.)

and case of Illustrious President, 103, 104n

Hylton, Daniel L.

letter to, 70

letters from cited, 70, 71n

and proposed sale of Elk Hill, 70, 72-3

and stalactite for Peale's museum, 91

Hylton, Mrs. Daniel L., 70

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