Volume 25 Index

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Kaskaskia, Ill.

and boundaries with Western Indians, 355

Kaskaskia Indians

and peace conference with Washington, 18n, 114

letter of protection for, 381n

Kean, John

letter from, 373

Keith, George Skene

Tracts on Weights, Measures, and Coins, 490

Kellermann, François Christophe

and invasion of France, 130

military command, 452

and invasion of Savoy, 457

Kendrick, John

letter from, 307-8

purchases land on Vancouver Island, 307-8

identified, 308n

letter from submitted to Washington, 308n

Kennedy, Mr. (Va.)

claims title of Earl of Cassillis, 275, 320-1

Kennedy, Archibald

receives British title, 275n

Kennedy, David J.

watercolor of TJ's house on the Schuylkill, xlii, 400

(illus.)

Kennett, White

Complete History of England, 544, 546

Kentucky

electoral votes, 10-11, 302, 306, 310, 520

expeditions against Indians, 99, 251n

relations with Indians, 113, 114, 118

boundary with Southwest Territory, 197, 359-60

and confiscation of property by G. R. Clark, 251

constitution of, 257

and Republican effort to censure Hamilton, 290

Kentucky, Governor of.  See Shelby, Isaac

Kentucky General Assembly

and Ky. Indian expeditions, 99

Kersaint, Armand Guy Simon de Coetnempren, Comte de

proposition on war to National Convention, 477-8

Ketland, Thomas

and copper coinage, 348

Key, James, 521

Key, Philip

stockholder in national bank, 446

King (TJ's slave)

and canal for Monticello, 138

King, Rufus

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 82

and Republican effort to censure Hamilton, 284

director of national bank, 433

stockholder in national bank, 433

and foreign loans, 440n

letter from cited, 640n

mentioned, 640

King Log, 334, 335-6n

Kingston, Stephen

and foreign-built U.S. ships, 627-8

letter to T. Coxe, 627-8

Kinsolving, James

purchases TJ's slaves, 91

Kirkpatrick, William

recommended for consular appointment at Malaga, 309n

Kittera, John Wilkes

letter to, 90

letter from, 392

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 78, 82

identified, 90n

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

Knox, Henry

letter to, 450

letter from, 450

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 82

and peace conference with Illinois and Wabash Indians, 118n, 158

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

and right of U.S. to cede territory to Indians, 220, 258-9, 273

instructions to Indian commissioners, 220-3

and relations with Western Indians, 220-3, 255, 258-9,

271-3, 424-5, 450

meets with Washington, 237-8

letter from Lear, 255

and debt to France, 260, 273, 310-11

and provisions for France, 260, 273, 310-11

and relations with France, 273

and military rations, 299-300

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

health, 425n, 440n, 450, 478, 511

letter from cited, 450n

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

and Washington's questions on neutrality and the French

alliance, 568-71, 666

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 570-2, 673-4

and reception of Genet, 570-2, 598, 600-1, 666

and treaties with France, 599, 600-1, 666

and congressional authority over neutrality, 666

and contraband, 673-4

and U.S. arms sales to France, 684

Knox, William

resigns as consul at Dublin, 202

Knox, William (Eng.), 147

Koblenz (Coblentz)

and invasion of Rhineland, 456

Kuhn, Adam

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 83n

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