Volume 25 Index

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U

Union (ship), 513, 524

United States

Army

recruiting service, 30

proposed reduction of, 30n

payment of, 179

rations for, 299-300

Cabinet

and treaties with France, xl, 599-602, 666

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

and French consular salaries, 7n, 52n

and debt to France, 174, 239, 260, 273, 469-70, 663n

and provisions for France, 174, 260, 273, 286, 469-70, 663n

letters from Washington, 220, 424-5, 568

and right of U.S. to cede territory to Indians, 220,

258-9, 272-3, 518

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

271-3, 356n, 424-5, 440, 450, 462n, 478, 511, 518

letter from Lear, 255

submits first corporate opinion to Washington, 259n

and military rations, 299-300

and presidential inauguration, 301-2

and letter of protection for Indians, 380n

and Washington's questions on neutrality and the

French alliance, 568-71, 575, 665-6

and reception of Genet, 570-2, 601-2, 666

and congressional authority over neutrality, 607-8n, 666

and case of Grange, 641, 683n

and foreign-built U.S. ships, 648n

and passports for U.S. ships, 648n

divisions in, 661

and neutrality, 661

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

and contraband, 673-4

Washington defers to majority view in, 674

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

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 686n

Congress

stockholders of national bank in, xli

and debt to France, 16-17, 177-9

and Federal District, 45, 52, 361

and Indian land purchases, 48n

and diplomatic establishment, 61

and relief of seamen, 71

compensation for, 109

and captives in Algiers, 143, 144, 428

alleged corruption of, 154-5, 281, 290-1, 311, 313-14,

318, 432-4, 446

and land bounties for Va. soldiers, 171, 172n, 346

and debt payment act, 177

Washington's annual message to, 181n

and enforcement of British navigation act, 207n

and TJ's report on commerce, 219

and claims against U.S., 225, 263

and regulation of Indian trade, 249-50

and import duties, 250

adjournment of, 256, 368

and cession of Montauk Point, 265-6n

and U.S. debt to national bank, 283

and foreign loans, 292, 295

and military rations, 299-300

and case of Gallipolis settlers, 320n

TJ's report on acts of, 339, 354

and Mint, 348

and Domenico's proposed consular appointment, 359n

and state debts, 373

and naturalization, 375, 378n

and detention of U.S. ships in French West Indies, 415n

anticipated Republican strength in, 436, 536

and allied restrictions on French trade, 442

and neutrality, 442, 569, 607-8n, 666

and Ceracchi's proposed monument, 459

and ownership of U.S. ships, 489n, 530n

and appointment of ministers to Europe, 497-8

right to declare war, 603

and registration of U.S. ships, 645, 648n

and foreign-built U.S. ships, 671n

House of Representatives

reports to, 37-8, 209-10

and Republican effort to censure Hamilton, xli, 20-3,

178, 239-43, 261, 280-96, 311, 313-14, 384, 404n,

433-4n, 661, 662n

and personnel and salaries of government departments, 9-10

Hamilton's reports to, 20-3, 178, 180, 239-43, 283, 285, 293-4n

and recruiting service, 30

and reduction of army, 30n

and foreign coinage, 37-9, 40

and Indian land purchases, 46, 48n

and assumption of public debt, 155

and TJ's report on commerce, 184, 185n, 212, 219, 237, 246-7

and Southwest Territory boundary, 197n, 359-60

and case of John Rogers, 199, 209-11

and land bounties for Va. soldiers, 199, 209-11

and Federal District, 231

and sinking fund, 261

and U.S. debt to national bank, 282-3, 369n

Hamilton's alleged indecorum to, 290, 293, 294n, 295-6

and presidential inauguration, 301-2

and special messenger expenses, 310

holders of public debt in, 432-4

national bank directors in, 432-4

national bank stockholders in, 432-4, 446

elections for, 444, 463, 533, 651

see also Trumbull, Jonathan

President

electoral vote for, 9, 10-11, 302, 306, 310, 520

and Indian land purchases, 47

and Southwest Territory boundary, 197

and right of U.S. to cede territory to Indians, 273

inauguration of, 301-2

and letter of protection for Indians, 380-1

and allied restrictions on French trade, 442

and neutrality, 442, 571n

and patents, 589

see also Washington, George

Senate

and foreign coinage, 38n, 40

and Indian land purchases, 47, 48n

and debt to France, 50

and consular appointments, 102n, 228n, 309n

and peace treaty with Illinois and Wabash Indians, 119n

and foreign intercourse act, 154, 155n

and assumption of public debt, 155n, 208

and Southwest Territory boundary, 197, 359-60

and right of U.S. to cede territory to Indians, 220,

222, 258-9, 273

and appointment of Indian commissioners, 229n

and Federal District, 231

and relations with Western Indians, 273

and William Paterson's appointment to Supreme Court,

300-1n, 303

and presidential inauguration, 301-2

letter from Washington, 303

and case of Gallipolis settlers, 320n

holders of public debt in, 432-4

national bank directors in, 432-4

national bank stockholders in, 432-4

and foreign loans, 436-7

and appointment of ministers to Europe, 501

Supreme Court

Thomas Johnson's resignation from, 300n

William Paterson's appointment to, 300-1, 303, 320

and Pagan v. Hooper, 379, 389-90, 537-41, 563-4

and error in circuit court act, 395-6n

and Pepoon v. Jenkins, 540

Vice-President

electoral vote for, 9, 10-11, 302, 306, 310, 520

see also Adams, John

Uranus

discovery of, 54

Urtubize, Marques d'

remains in Madrid, 327, 328n

Utrecht, Netherlands

and Federal District, 671

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