Volume 25 Index

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N

Nagell, Anne Willem Carel, Baron Van

criticizes Genet, 12

nails

Elisha Bartlett's machine for making, 398n

for Mint, 447

Namur, Austrian Netherlands

and French invasion of Austrian Netherlands, 343, 374, 454

Nancarrow, John

letter from, 163-4

and fire engines, 163-4

mining interests in Va., 476

TJ's comments on, 476

Nancy (ship)

passport for, 682n

Nantes, France

U.S. consul at, 203

and Federal District, 369

threats to, 457

Nantucket whalers

at Dunkirk, 410

Naples

proposed commercial treaty with Portugal, 407, 426

Nation, The

and TJ's draft censure resolutions, 281

National Assembly. See France: Legislative Assembly; France: National Assembly

national commission, French

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 33-4

See Ailhaud, Jean Antoine; Polverel, Etienne;

Sonthonax, Léger Félicité

National Convention. See France: National Convention

National Gazette (Philadelphia)

prints extracts of consular letters, 69n, 214n, 340n

criticizes Washington, 155n, 208n

and Republican effort to censure Hamilton, 172, 173, 434n

prints "Franklin" essays, 265n, 462n

prints Giles censure resolutions against Hamilton, 296n

prints "Timon" essays, 434n, 443n, 546n

distribution of, 475, 476, 661

prints Kersaint's proposition, 478n

prints extract of T. Pinckney letter, 494n

mentioned, 707n

National Guard, French

and dethronement of king, 122-7

and invasion of France, 128, 130

Natural Bridge, Va.

TJ's title to, 299, 403

naturalization

in U.S., 375, 378n

in Great Britain, 378n

naval officers, U.S.

and foreign-built U.S. ships, 670-1

naval stores

and proposed treaty with Algiers, 421, 423n

British restrictions on export to France, 493-4

navigation acts, British

enforcement of, 187-8, 200-1, 206-7, 224

and U.S. factors in British colonies, 188

and U.S. merchants in British colonies, 188

Necker, Jacques

and U.S. debt to France, 242n

and duties on bacalao, 406

Neel, Capt. (master of Patriote)

captures Aurora, 406

Neerwinden, Austrian Netherlands

French defeat at, 452, 455, 458n

Neptune (ship), 568

Nesbitt (Nesbit), John Maxwell

recommends Benjamin H. Phillips for consular appointment at

Curaçao, 204

Netherlands

French minister to (see Gouvernet, M. de)

minister to Great Britain (see Nagell, Anne Willem Carel, Baron Van)

proposed French invasion of, 4

army increased, 41

relations with France, 68, 104, 137

relations with Great Britain, 100

relations with Prussia, 100

U.S. minister to appointed, 102

taxes, 137, 632

war with France, 137, 165, 166, 191, 213, 235, 261, 262n,

333-4, 339, 340n, 343-4, 358-9, 374, 450-7, 488, 493, 514,

518, 519, 521, 524, 532, 535, 576, 585, 623, 662, 668, 669

duty on grain spirits, 146

trade with Germany, 146

trade with U.S., 146, 188-9, 237

war with Algiers, 161, 327, 358-9, 623

anticipated French acquisition of, 165

and passports for U.S. vessels, 167n

and TJ's report on commerce, 188-9

trade with Europe, 188-9

allows U.S. trade with colonies, 189

U.S. debt to, 240, 241n, 242n, 283, 285, 293

trade duties, 254

embargoes trade, 467-8

lifts trade embargo, 491

resolution on fisheries, 568

economic distress, 632

naturalizes U.S. ships, 646

opens colonial trade to U.S. ships, 663

See Dumas, Charles William Frederick; States General, Dutch;

Van Berckel, Franco Petrus

Netherlands, Austrian

invaded by France, 4, 124, 335, 339, 343-4, 374, 450-7

hostility to French, 95

anticipated French acquisition of, 165

union with France, 335-6, 451

French withdrawal from, 523-4, 568, 576

neutrality

proclamation of U.S., xlii, 442, 569, 570-2, 583-4, 585,

591, 622, 673-4, 684

and treaties with France, xlii-xliii, 569, 597-618, 666

and British trade restrictions, 141, 150, 190

Joseph Fenwick's comments on, 165-6

T. Pinckney's comments on, 167

TJ's observations to Alexander Donald on, 318, 442-3

foreign ships forbidden to use U.S. flag, 365, 415-16,

426-7, 435, 439

TJ's instructions to U.S. consuls on, 365, 415-16

TJ's instructions to Humphreys on, 426-7

TJ's instructions to Short on, 435

TJ's instructions to Dumas on, 439

TJ's observations to Madison on, 442, 619

and reception of Genet, 469-70, 569, 570-2, 598, 600-1, 605,

608, 612, 618, 666

TJ's observations to Washington on, 518

Washington's instructions to TJ on, 541

Washington's instructions to Hamilton on, 541n

Washington's questions to the Cabinet on, 568-71, 597-618,

665-6

and authority of Congress, 569, 571n, 607-8n, 666

and French regent, 569, 607

and guarantee of French possessions in America, 569, 598,

600, 602, 603, 605, 607, 610-12, 611, 617-18

and rights of allied privateers, 569, 598, 600, 605, 611

and rights of allied warships, 569, 611

and rights of French privateers, 569, 598, 600, 603, 605, 611, 619

and rights of French warships, 569, 598, 611, 619

and authority of executive, 571n

TJ's instructions to U.S. ministers on, 576, 578, 675

TJ's observations to Wythe on, 597

and rights of British privateers, 603

TJ's notes on armed, 603

TJ's notes on, 603-4, 604-5, 665-6, 667, 673-4

TJ's opinion on, 608-18

and French captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters,

637-40, 641, 644, 649, 661, 676, 683, 694, 702-5

TJ's observations to Monroe on, 661

enforcement of, 667-8, 673-4, 691-2, 700-2

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

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

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

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

See passports

New, Anthony

elected to House of Representatives, 444, 463

Newfoundland

trade with U.S. forbidden, 188

French fishermen absent from, 213, 278, 406

New Hampshire, Governor of. See Bartlett, Josiah

New Jersey, College of, xli

New Jersey, Governor of. See Howell, Richard

New Map of the Western Parts (Thomas Hutchins)

and boundaries with Western Indians, 356

New Orleans

trade with U.S., 558

New Pigou (ship), 664n

Newsham, Richard

and fire engines, 163

identified, 164n

newspapers

for Department of State, 27

Canadian sent to TJ, 184, 363, 412-13, 418

British criticized by TJ, 535

New Testament

TJ acquires Greek edition of, 235n

Newton, Thomas, Jr.

amd defense of Norfolk, 688

New York

treaties with Indians, 215-16, 317, 358, 373, 592

cedes Montauk Point to U.S., 265

lack of philosophers in, 304

land sales in, 337-8

New York, Governor of. See Clinton, George

New York, Treaty of

and U.S. right to station agents with Creeks, 653, 659n

and U.S. protection of Creeks, 659n

New York City

passports for U.S. ships in, 650, 670

New York Commissioners of Indian Affairs

treaties with Iroquois, 592n

New-York Journal, & Patriotic Register

requested by TJ, 572, 659

Niagara, N.Y., 229

Nice

French troops in, 453

Nicholas, Wilson Cary

elected to House of Representatives, 444

and provisions for France, 706

Nicholson, John

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 83n

and Asylum Company, 372n

impeachment of, 516

mentioned, 672n

Nieuwpoort, Austrian Netherlands, 568

Nixon, John

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

Noailles, Louis Marie, Vicomte de

and Lafayette's captivity, 215, 664

visits U.S., 215

arrives in Philadelphia, 662

meets Washington, 664

Nootka Sound

crisis over between Great Britain and Spain, 327, 562

Norfolk, Va.

defense of, 688

Norfolk (ship), 182

Normandy, France

and British military plans, 190

danger of revolt in, 457

Norris, Joseph P.

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 78, 82

North Carolina

and Republican effort to censure Hamilton, 290

North Carolina, Governor of. See Spaight, Richard Dobbs

North Carolina, University of

and Preau's land claim, 411

North river, 89

Northwest Territory

conflict with Indians in, 9, 19, 30, 65, 88-9, 215-16,

220-3, 229, 255, 258-9, 271-3, 354-6, 368, 424-5, 520

peace negotiations with Indians in, 9, 19, 30, 65, 88-9,

215-16, 220-3, 229, 247n, 255, 258-9, 271-3, 279, 317,

354-6, 368, 372, 373, 383, 424-5, 440, 450, 478, 511, 518,

520, 592

peace treaty with Indians in, 112-19, 133-4

absence of officials from, 157-8, 270, 303, 357-8, 470,

477-8, 511-12, 552-3

executive proceedings in, 270

laws of, 270, 344n

TJ's report on, 312

survey of, 332, 337-8

disorders in, 344, 357-8

military land bounties in, 355, 356

Northwest Territory, Secretary of. See Sargent, Winthrop

Notes on the State of Virginia

Parry Hall's proposed edition of, 467

Mathew Carey's edition of, 467n

praised by Dombey, 631

Noyes, Joseph

petition from, 634-5

Nürnberg

emigration from to U.S., 640

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