Volume 25 Index

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Pache, Jean Nicolas

relations with Dumouriez, 27, 451

support for, 27

and Ternant's military command, 57

and invasion of Netherlands, 335, 451

and invasion of Rhineland, 451

Pacific ocean

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 77, 81, 85, 624,

625, 626

Pagan, Thomas

counsel for (see Tilghman, Edward)

dispute with Stephen Hooper, 379, 389-90, 522-3, 537-41, 564

Pagan v. Hooper, 379, 389-90, 522-3, 537-41, 564

Page, John

and assay of foreign coinage, 33n

letter to quoted, 33n

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 82

and Republican effort to censure Hamilton, 289

Paine, Thomas

letter from, 576-7

and execution of Louis XVI, 100

and French constitution, 131

and British radicalism, 384

and French Revolution, 577

paint

for Mint, 447

Palatinate

emigration from to U.S., 640

Palatinate, Elector of. See Charles Theodore, Elector Palatine and of Bavaria

Paleske, Charles Gottfried

letter from Frederick William II cited, 376

Panton, William

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

Papal States

forbid export of corn, 358-9

parachutes

Blanchard's experiments with, 44n

Paris

exchange rate, 6

and dethronement of king, 120-32

and French invasion of Netherlands, 344

copper coinage in, 349

and Federal District, 369

bread shortage in, 488

defense of, 489

disturbances in, 574

Paris, Treaty of. See Peace Treaty, Definitive (1783)

Parish, John

letter to, 415-17

appointed consul at Hamburg, 204, 228, 238n, 369, 394

letter to cited, 238n

Parker, Daniel

and Short's business affairs, 481, 483

Parker, Josiah

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 82

Parker, Samuel L.

and transport of French prisoners to U.S., 464

Partridge, Jesse

petition from, 634-5

passports (sea letters)

for U.S. ships, 104, 167n, 169, 333, 335-6n, 375, 377n, 409,

530n, 534, 628-9, 642-3, 645-8, 650, 666, 670-1, 674-5,

680-2, 695, 696

and treaty of commerce with France, 377n

for East Indian ships, 645, 648n, 682n

for trade with Dutch colonies, 663

See Mediterranean passes

Patent Board, U.S.

and Joseph G. Chambers's plan for repeating firearms, 90

discontinued by Congress, 589

patents

information on ordered for Vall-Travers, 256n

act for, 276, 398

for John Clarke, 276

for Richard R. Saltonstall, 398

for Elisha Bartlett, 398n

TJ's proposed form for, 398-9

for Edward Ryan, 551n

issued by Department of State, 589

Paterson, William

appointed to Supreme Court, 300-1, 303, 320

letters to quoted, 301n, 395-6n

letter to cited, 301n

Patriote (French privateer)

captures Aurora, 406, 458n

Paul, St., 632

Peace Treaty, Definitive (1783)

and retention of western posts by British, 221

and U.S. sovereignty over Indian lands, 222

and right to navigate Mississippi, 556

and U.S. boundary with Spain, 557

Peale, Charles Willson

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 83n

natural history museum, 136n

Peale, Raphaelle

scientific expedition to Ga., 135, 136n

mentioned, 644

Pearce, William (Eng.)

relations with Richard Arkwright, 347

pearl ash

price, 69

export to France, 186

export to Spain, 186

duties on in Great Britain, 187, 201

export to Great Britain, 187

Edward Ryan's furnace for melting, 551

Peggy (ship), 524

Pendleton, Edmund, 275n

Pendleton, John, Jr.

letter to, 274-5

letter from cited, 274-5

identified, 275n

pendulum. See rod pendulum

Penn, John

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 82n

Penn, Richard, 596

Pennsylvania

viniculture in, 92-3

silk production in, 93n

Andrew Ellicott appointed road surveyor for, 153

and Republican effort to censure Hamilton, 290

Pennsylvania, Governor of. See Mifflin, Thomas

Pennsylvania (ship), 261

Pennsylvania House of Representatives

and viniculture, 93n

and impeachment of James Nicholson, 516

Pennsylvania Senate

and impeachment of James Nicholson, 516n

Pennsylvania Supreme Court

and case of James Nicholson, 516n

Pensacola, Treaty of

and Spanish right to station agents with Creeks, 677-8

mentioned, 653, 659n

Peoria Indians

and peace conference with Washington, 113, 114

Pepoon v. Jenkins, 540

Perkins, Joseph

detained in Portugal, 487n

master of Mary, 487n

leaves Lisbon, 623

Perseverance (ship), 234

Peters, Richard

and execution of Louis XVI, 443

Petit, Adrien

relations with M. J. Randolph, 297-8

mentioned, 633

Pfeiffer, George

salary, 10

Philadelphia

exchange rate in, 6, 514

foreign trade, 28-9

and Blanchard's balloon flight, 43n

fire engines in, 163

cash shortage in, 318, 384, 544

and execution of Louis XVI, 443

passports for U.S. ships in, 650

and capture of Grange, 661, 668-9

and capture of Little Sarah, 668-9

trade with Va., 706

Philadelphia Packet (ship)

register of sent to TJ, 526, 527n

Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, 651n

Phillips, Benjamin Hamnell

letter to, 415-17

appointed consul at Curaao, 204, 228, 238n, 310n, 369, 395

letter to cited, 238n

Phill (TJ's slave)

and canal for Monticello, 138

Piankashaw Indians

and peace conference with Washington, 112, 114

Picardy, France, 190

Pickering, Timothy

letter to, 477

letters from, 5, 302, 478, 520

letter to cited, 5

recommends Benjamin H. Phillips for consular appointment at

Curaçao, 204

appointed Indian commissioner, 229n

and Ky. electoral votes, 310n

and postal service in Va., 477, 478

and Bradshaw's expenses, 520

mentioned, 633

pickled beef

import from U.S. to Netherlands forbidden, 188

pickled meat

as wet provisions, 146

pig iron

duties on in Great Britain, 201

Pigou (ship), 417n

pimento

export to U.S., 188

Pinckney, Thomas

letters to, 6, 320-1, 387, 393-5, 410-11, 534-6, 536-7,

577-8, 586, 591, 595, 649, 674-6, 690

letters from, 11-13, 103-4, 106-7, 149-51, 166-7, 168,

169-70, 370, 371-2, 375-7, 378-9, 408, 493-4, 512, 525-6,

596, 641

and British reinforcements for Canada, 6, 534

and impressment, 11-12, 13n, 375-6, 378n, 393, 525-6, 675-6

and Genet, 12

and Mint, 12, 13n, 103, 151, 370, 393, 512, 575, 578, 665

and relations between Great Britain and France, 12, 104, 107

letters from submitted to Washington, 13n, 105n, 107n, 151n,

167n, 170n, 378n, 527n, 665

criticism of, 45

and Barclay's mission to Algiers, 86-7

and case of Illustrious President, 103, 104n

and British restrictions on French trade, 104, 151, 377, 493-4, 675

cipher for, 106-7, 149-50, 166-7, 169, 376, 378n, 408, 534, 575

and trade with Great Britain, 148n

and TJ's negotiations with Hammond, 150

and deserting British seamen, 151

and passports for U.S. ships, 166, 169, 333, 335-6n, 375,

377n, 409, 534, 674-5

and neutrality, 167

and model of threshing machine for TJ, 168, 378-9, 581, 660

and TJ's retirement, 168, 379, 536

proposed appointment as minister to France, 244, 245n

and Kennedy's claim to British title, 320-1

and diplomatic recognition policy, 369n

and immigration to U.S., 371-2, 394

and French war with First Coalition, 377, 525

and deserting seamen, 377-8n

letters from quoted, 378n, 513n, 527n, 587n

and Lafayette's captivity, 387-9, 390, 665

letters to submitted to Washington, 389n, 412-13, 423, 566,

578n, 592n, 665, 676n, 679

and U.S. ship papers, 392-3

and U.S. trade, 393

account with Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard, 394, 413-14

and case of Philip Wilson, 394, 526

expenses, 394, 405n

secretary for, 394

and Humphreys's mission to Algiers, 410, 420, 470-1

and consuls, 416, 439, 526

and privateering commissions for Genet, 494n

account with Department of State, 532, 535, 542, 566

instructions on neutrality from TJ, 578

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 591

and relations between Great Britain and Austria, 596

and relations between Great Britain and Prussia, 596

and foreign-built U.S. ships, 674-5

letter to submitted to E. Randolph, 676n, 679

letter to submitted to Hamilton, 676n, 679

mentioned, 162, 347, 528

pine wood

for Monticello, 73

Pintard, John

agent for William Duer, 517-18

Pintard, John Marsden

letters to, 13, 415-18

letters from, 151, 422, 464

and consular fees, 13

letters from cited, 13, 152n

and case of Illustrious President, 103

consul at Madeira, 202

and transport of French prisoners to U.S., 464

letter from submitted to Washington, 464n

Pinto de Sousa Coutinho, Luis, Chevalier de

and proposed treaty between Portugal and Algiers, 29

and trade with U.S., 94n, 407

and detention of U.S. grain ships in Portugal, 407n, 441,

487-8, 623

pistoles, Spanish

assay of, 32

pitch

export to Spain, 185

duties on in France, 186

export to France, 186

export to French West Indies, 186

duties on in Great Britain, 187, 201

export to Great Britain, 187

export to British West Indies, 188

Pitt, William, 661

Pius VI, Pope

relations with France, 12

Plain Truth (James Chalmers)

attributed to Hamilton, 660

Plan for encouraging Agriculture (Tench Coxe)

sent to Washington, 136, 159

sent to Federal District Commissioners, 136n, 159

requested by TJ, 159

Plan of the City of Washington

distribution of, 9, 135, 369, 395, 407, 671

requested by Washington, 413

plows

for Madison, 534, 619, 660

Plumard, M.

correspondence with Derieux, 44

plans to settle in Va., 306, 347

Plumard de Bellanger, Mme.

correspondence with Derieux, 44

mentioned, 306

Poland

relations with Prussia, 190

mentioned, 632

Polly and Sally (ship)

and transport of French prisoners to U.S., 464

Polverel, Etienne

commissioner to Saint-Domingue, 34n

Poole, England

U.S. consul at, 203

Pope, Nathaniel

as attorney for TJ, 366

letters from cited, 367n

Poplar Forest (TJ's plantation)

sale of slaves at, 73, 91, 230

tenants for, 230

tobacco crop, 318, 513

poplar wood

for Monticello, 73

popular sovereignty

TJ's views on, 603, 608-9

pork

price, 69

import from U.S. to French West Indies forbidden, 187

import from U.S. to Netherlands forbidden, 188

at Head of Elk, 230

Port-au-Prince, Saint-Domingue

Commerce detained at, 414-15, 510-11, 554

porter

TJ's plans for, 384

Portland, Me.

commerce, 635

Portland Packet (ship), 161

Portugal

minister to U.S. (see Freire, Cypriano Ribeiro, Chevalier)

queen (see Maria I, Queen of Portugal)

minister of marine, 29

relations with Algiers, 29, 88n

coinage, 31-2, 37-9

trade with U.S., 93-4, 148, 400n, 426, 441

trade with Great Britain, 94n

forbids foreign trade with colonies, 186

relations with Spain, 327, 407

relations with France, 340, 407, 487

war with Algiers, 406

and execution of Louis XVI, 407

proposed commercial treaty with Naples, 407, 426

relations with Great Britain, 407

detains U.S. grain ships, 407n, 441, 487-8, 623

reported French declaration of war on, 422

milling monopoly of nobility in, 441

harvest in, 487

ambassador to Spain, 562

See Humphreys, David

potash

price, 69

export to France, 186

export to Spain, 186

duties on in Great Britain, 187, 201

export to Great Britain, 187

Edward Ryan's furnace for melting, 551

Potawatomi (Poughtewatomy, Powtewatomie, Powtewatomy Indians)

and peace conference with Washington, 114

Potomac river

Indian name for eastern branch of, 41, 54

pots

for Mint, 447

Poughtewatomy Indians. See Potawatomi Indians

Poupard, James

and Va. chancery court seal, 276, 401, 597

Powel, Samuel

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 83n

Powtewatomie Indians. See Potawatomi Indians

Powtewatomy Indians. See Potawatomi Indians

Preau, M.

land claim in N.C., 411

President, U.S. See United States: President

President Washington (ship)

sale of, 297n

Presque Isle, Pa.

road survey, 153n

press, freedom of

in Sweden, 96n

Madison's comments on, 532-3

Preston, Francis

elected to House of Representatives, 533

Preston, William, 419, 420n

Principes du Droit Politique (Jean Jacques Burlamaqui)

and French treaties, 618n

Prior (Pryor), Abner

and peace conference with Illinois and Wabash Indians, 113,

114, 116, 117, 119n

privateers

G. Morris's comments on, 333

Washington's concern about, 541

privateers, allied

forbidden to fit out in U.S. ports, 598, 605, 611

rights in U.S., 598, 600

forbidden to bring prizes to U.S. ports, 611

forbidden to sell prizes in U.S. ports, 611

privateers, British

capture French ships, 422, 464

rights in U.S., 569

forbidden to fit out in U.S. ports, 619

capture U.S. ships, 663

privateers, French

arming of in France, 165, 214

Genet's commissions for, 333, 494n

operations in Mediterranean, 359

capture U.S. ships, 406, 457-8, 488, 489n, 530, 548, 574n, 596

capture British ships, 422, 699-700

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

right to fit out in U.S. ports, 598, 601, 603, 605, 611, 619

right to sell prizes in U.S. ports, 598, 601, 603, 611

commissioned by Genet in U.S., 686-7

Privy Council, British

report on trade with U.S., 146

prizes

allied right to bring to U.S. ports, 598

allies forbidden to sell in U.S. ports, 598

right of French privateers to bring to U.S. ports, 598, 603, 611

right of French warships to bring to U.S. ports, 598, 603, 611

British privateers forbidden to sell in U.S. ports, 603

British warships forbidden to sell in U.S. ports, 603

allied privateers forbidden to bring to U.S. ports, 611

allied warships forbidden to bring to U.S. ports, 611

allied warships forbidden to sell in U.S. ports, 611

right of French privateers to sell in U.S. ports, 611

right of French warships to sell in U.S. ports, 611, 619

Proclamation of Neutrality

broadside of, xlii, 400 (illus.)

right of Congress to issue, 442

right of President to issue, 442

Washington's questions to Cabinet on, 569

approved by Cabinet, 570-2

debated by Cabinet, 570-2

drafted by E. Randolph, 571n

distribution to foreign ministers, 583-4, 585, 622, 673-4

distribution to U.S. ministers, 587-8, 591

distribution to state governors, 588

TJ's notes on, 673-4

and U.S. arms sales to France, 684

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

criticism of, 688-9

enforcement of, 691

Proserpine (French privateer)

captures Mercury, 489n

Provence, France

and allied military strategy, 191

Provence, Louis Stanislas Xavier, Comte de

proposed assassination of, 128

Provisional Executive Council. See France: Provisional Executive Council

provisions

price, 258

British restrictions on export to France, 493-4

Prussia

relations with Netherlands, 100

relations with Austria, 130-1

war with France, 130-1, 165, 191, 335, 340n, 343-4, 374,

422, 453-7, 488, 524, 577

trade with France, 165

and passports for U.S. vessels, 167n

relations with Poland, 190

minister to Great Britain, 376

and Silesian loan, 539n

relations with Great Britain, 596

Prussia, King of. See Frederick the Great, King of Prussia; Frederick William II, King of Prussia

Pryor, Mr. See Prior, Abner

public debt

holders of in Congress, xli, 154-5, 281, 290-1, 311, 313-14, 432-4

purchase of, 22

assumption of, 155, 208

payment of, 178

Federalist views on, 318

Republican views on, 318

TJ's comments on, 318, 517

TJ's notes on retirement of, 465-7

Tobias Lear's comments on, 517

Public Lands, Report on

preparation of, 132n

and TJ's report on boundaries with Western Indians, 356n

public securities

depreciation, 318, 369, 394, 474, 518, 661

appreciation, 474

speculation in by national bank, 474

Pufendorf, Samuel von

Le Droit de la nature et des gens, 606, 612-15, 618n

pumps

for Mint, 447

Putnam, Rufus

peace treaty with Illinois and Wabash Indians, 112-19, 134n, 158

absence from Northwest Territory, 158n

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