Volume 26 Index

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C

Cabinet, U.S. See United States: Cabinet

Cadaval, Duke of

arrest of, 755

Cádiz

demand for flour and wheat at, 647

Cadmus (William Thornton)

sent to TJ, 237

praised by TJ, 256

Calais, France

and War of First Coalition, 69

calico printers

plan to immigrate from Great Britain to U.S., 418-20

Callahan, Frederick William

passport for ship of, 645

Calonne, Charles Alexandre de

and U.S. debt to France, 179

Cambrai, France

and War of First Coalition, 69

Camilla (ship), 92, 171

Campbell, Mr.

introduced to TJ, 242

Campbell, Archibald

letter to, 718

letter from, 661

and wine for TJ, 45, 661, 718

identified, 661n

Campeche, Mexico

governor assassinated, 370

U.S. trade with, 370, 373

Campo, Domingo

and case of York, 370

Canada

relations with Western Indians, 329

possible U.S. attack on, 375n

U.S. invasion of in Revolutionary War, 375n

French plan to liberate, 438-9

mentioned, 755n

canals

for Monticello, 65, 317, 667

for Federal District, 426n

Canard, Juan

relations with Creeks, 17n

Canary Islands

U.S. trade with, 614

candelabra

TJ's sent to Monticello, 20

candleholders

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

candles

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

for TJ, 189, 247

cannon

for Mud Island, 508-9

Cano, Vincente

and case of Maria, 455n

Cape Henlopen, 31, 34

Cape Henry, 378, 381

Cape May, 31, 34

Cape May County, N.J., 34

Cape of Good Hope, 388

Cap-Franais, Saint-Domingue

destruction of, 456n, 710, 761n

Capitol, U.S.

Thornton's plan for, 425-6, 455, 462, 489-95, 500, 517-19

marble for, 490

Hallet's plan for, 519n

drawings of, 671-2

masonry, 671-2

Capricieuse (French frigate)

captures Juno, 664n

Caramagnole (French privateer)

and French right to fit out privateers in U.S., 708, 791

Carbonnel, Joseph Hilary

oath of allegiance to Pa., 308n

Carew, Mr. See Carey (Carew), John

Carey, James

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 414n

Carey (Carew), John

Official Letters to the Honorable American Congress, 288

described, 289n

caricatures

for Anne Cary Randolph, 617

Caritat, Louis Alexis Hocquet de

and case of Republican, 282n

Carmichael, William

letters to, 148-9, 405-12, 485-6, 510

letters from, 206-12, 668-70

account with Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard, 73

and case of Joseph Ravara, 104

letter from submitted to Washington, 141n

letter to submitted to Washington, 150n

letter to cited, 163n

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 168, 205,

211-12, 328, 405-16, 668-71

and navigation of Mississippi, 206, 210, 485-6

and U.S. boundary with Spain, 206, 210

and Spanish relations with Great Britain, 207-10

and Spanish finances, 224

alleged jealousy of Short, 384-5

and Spanish seizure of French property on U.S. ships, 430

dispatches for, 483, 484, 573-4

and case of Dover Cutter, 510

correspondence with TJ, 510

and case of Bacchus, 758

mentioned, 140, 222, 226, 420-1, 428

Carnes, Burrill

absence from France, 743

Carnot, Citizen

and case of Fame, 266n

Carolina Packet (ship)

fired on by British privateer, 753

Caroline County, Va.

address on neutrality, 766

Carondelet, Francisco Luis Hector, Baron de

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 118-20, 148,

263-6, 314, 316-17, 407, 408-9, 414n, 415n, 670-1n

and Spanish relations with Western Indians, 120

fortifies Ecores à Margot, 416n

Carott, M. See Caro y Suedra (Carott), Pedro

Caro y Suedra (Carott), Pedro

and Spanish war with France, 223

carpenters

for Monticello, 64, 171

for Mint, 185

carriages

cost of, 29

Carroll, Daniel

letter to, 671-2

letter from, 357

and map of Federal District, 357

See also Federal District Commissioners

Carrollsburg, Md.

and Federal District, 425

Carstairs, Thomas

letter to, 500

and Thornton's Capitol plan, 500, 517-19

identified, 500n

estimate of masonry cost for Capitol, 671-2

Cartagena, Spain, 89, 163

Carthage, 736n

Cary, Archibald

and Wayles estate debt, 544

Cary, Wilson Miles

and proposed purchase of lumber for France, 107

Case-Navira, Martinique

and slave rebellion, 164

Cashen, James

store reportedly attacked by Creeks, 15n

mentioned, 16n

Castelfranco, Prince of

and Spanish war with France, 223

Castels, Peter

oath of allegiance to Pa., 308n

Catalonia, 223

Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.

letters from, 93-4, 112

security for, 63n

and case of Aurora, 93

letter from submitted to Washington, 94n

and olive culture in S.C., 112

Catharine (ship from Halifax)

captured by Embuscade, 253-4, 260, 262, 270, 285, 330,

560, 703

Catharine (ship from Jamaica)

plunders Rainbow, 666-7, 761

Catherine II (the Great), Empress of Russia

expels Genet, 47n

and Russian trade restrictions, 778n

Cato (ship)

and impressment, 753n

cattle

value of, 29

in Va., 30, 397

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 403, 423, 428, 577, 578, 658

hay for, 681

seeds for, 682

Cave, Philip

and case of Little Sarah, 106

Cazenove, John Henry, Nephew, & Co.

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 431

celery

TJ's views on, 356

for Monticello, 446

Centurion (H.M.S.)

destroys Mentor, 771n

Ceres (ship), 575

Cerisier, John

and British privateering in Ga., 166n

chairs

TJ's sent to Monticello, 20

Champlin, Jabez

and case of Catharine of Jamaica, 666n

chandeliers

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

Chandler, Capt. (master of Polly), 389n

Chandler, Joseph

ship wrecked, 78

Channing, William

letter to, 758

and case of Catharine of Jamaica, 666n, 758

Charles II, King of England

restoration of, 272

Charles III, King of Spain

and U.S. right to navigate Mississippi, 477

Charles IV, King of Spain

and southern whale fishery, 23n

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 120, 211, 315,

414n, 473, 474-6, 498, 671n

and war with France, 223, 224

criticism of, 562n

mentioned, 505

Charleston

French consul at (see Mangourit, Michel Ange Bernard de)

and neutrality, 26

defense of, 28

and French privateering, 36n, 43, 50-2, 71-3, 125, 167, 195,

197, 199-200, 216-17, 218, 336n, 417, 437n, 452, 502, 572,

640, 693, 708, 736n, 740, 791

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 38-9,

42-3, 253, 782

Genet's arrival at, 71

trade with Bristol, 251

allied ships armed at, 359-60

Charleston Chamber of Commerce

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Charlotte Joachime, Princess of Brazil

pregnancy, 756

Charlottesville, Va.

postal service, 325, 784

Chatham, William Pitt, Earl of

speech to House of Lords, 655, 656n, 720

Cheeseman (ship), 769

Cherbourg, France

Patty forced to unload cargo at, 664n

Cherokee Indians

relations with Spain, 118-20, 148, 150n, 205, 316-17, 407,

412n, 413n, 414n

relations with Ga., 139n

relations with Gov. Blount, 205

and Cumberland settlement, 316

relations with Creeks, 316

hostilities with U.S., 413n

proposed Spanish magazine for, 414n

Chesapeake Bay

and French privateering, 36n

mentioned, 34, 532

Chester, Pa.

and case of Little Sarah, 467, 481

chestnut trees

at Monticello, 53

chests of drawers

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19, 20

Chiaha Indians

excesses of, 17n

Chiappe, Francisco

seeks compensation from U.S., 433

mentioned, 480, 506

Chickamoga Charles (Cherokee chief)

Carondelet's speech to, 120

relations with Spain, 316-17

Chickasaw Bluffs. See Ecores à Margot (Chickasaw Bluffs)

Chickasaw Indians

relations with Spain, 9-10, 78-9, 118, 148, 407, 412n

war with Creeks, 16n, 156-7, 313-14, 315n, 409, 411

relations with U.S., 263

corn for, 313, 315n, 408

U.S. aid to, 409, 415n

Chilhowee

and Cherokee hostilities with U.S., 413n

chimney glasses

TJ's sent to Monticello, 20

china

for TJ, 570-1, 762, 783

Chiswell, John, 109

Chittenden, Thomas, 509

chocolate molds

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

Choctaw Indians

relations with Spain, 9-10, 78-9, 118, 148, 407, 412n, 413n

conflict with Creeks, 16n

and Chickasaw-Creek war, 156-7, 173

relations with U.S., 263, 264

Choptank river

and French privateering, 67

Chossan, James

oath of allegiance to Pa., 308n

Chrétien, Gilles Louis

portrait of Genet, xxxix, 340 (illus.)

Christian VII, King of Denmark, 547n

Christie, Thomas

Letters on the Revolution of France, 88

relations with T. M. Randolph, Jr., 88n

Chuckamogga Cherokee Indians

hostilities with U.S., 407-8

Church, Angelica Schuyler (Mrs. John B. Church)

letter to, 215

letter from, 722-3

and Lafayette's captivity, 722-3

plans to settle in U.S., 723

Church, Catherine (Kitty)

TJ's comments on, 215

friendship with Mary Jefferson, 723

Church, Edward

letter from, 589

arrives in Lisbon, 332, 542, 589

and passports for U.S. ships, 542

and consular fees, 589

and ship registers, 589

Church, John B., 724n

cider

loss of TJ's, 380

Cincinnati County Court of Common Pleas

judicial tenure on, 643, 644n

Cincinnatus (French privateer)

Citoyen Genet mistakenly described as, 336n

ciphers

for T. Pinckney, 288, 333n

for Madison, 654, 720

Circuit Court of Maryland, U.S.

and case of Betsey, 454n

Circuit Court of Pennsylvania, U.S.

and case of Gideon Henfield, 131n, 569, 653-4, 702, 713n

Wilson's charge to grand jury of, 702, 760

Circuit Court of Virginia, U.S.

Jay's charge to grand jury of, 702, 760

citizenship

U.S. laws on, 622

Citoyen Genet (French privateer)

U.S. debtor on prize of, 45

captures William, 50-2, 72n, 130n, 199-200, 218, 282n,

302n, 335

captures Active, 52n, 72n, 218, 282n, 302n

TJ's notes on, 71-2

and withdrawal from U.S. ports of French privateers

commissioned by Genet in U.S., 137-8, 296, 321, 322-3,

362, 461, 620, 707-8

TJ's discussion with Genet about, 195

refitted in Philadelphia, 217, 285

and restoration of French prizes, 286-7, 627, 640, 641

captures Betsey, 432, 453-4

captures Lovely Lass, 461-2, 620

captures Prince William Henry, 461-2, 620

detained in Baltimore, 484, 487

Samuel Smith's report on, 569

captures Jane of Dublin, 584-5, 600-1, 620, 744-5

and use of U.S. ports by French privateers fitted out in

U.S., 607-8

and French right to fit out privateers in U.S., 693, 791

comes to Philadelphia for repairs, 727-8

mentioned, 480, 497, 499

claret

for TJ, 719, 746

Clark, George Rogers

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, 394n, 395n, 438-9

Clark (Clarke), John

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Clark, John J.

and U.S. trade with Denmark, 547n

Clark, John L.

and case of Defiance, 626

Clark (Clarke), William

and case of Betsy brigantine, 625n, 792

Clarke, Bowling

and bond deposit, 87

Clarke, John

letter to, 387

letters from, 289-90, 515-16, 538

lease of TJ's mill at Monticello, 289

patent for, 289, 387, 515-16, 538, 631n

and Va. agriculture, 289-90

Clarkson, David Matthew

letters from, 3-4, 280

identified, 4n

appoints deputy consul at St. Eustatius, 280, 645

plans to visit Europe, 280

security for, 280

absence from St. Eustatius, 645

Clarkson, Manoah

overseer at Monticello, 356, 785

and horse for TJ, 504

proposed appointment as overseer for Shadwell, 657

Clarkson, Matthew

letter from, 172

and case of Embuscade, 172

identified, 172n

mentioned, 4n

Clavière, Etienne

letter from, 318-19

and Genet's letter of credence, 48-9

and U.S. debt to France, 82, 84n, 85n, 86, 179

recommends Jacques Odier to TJ, 318-19

dismissed from office, 319

under house arrest, 319n

and Genet's mission to U.S., 685

climate

in Va., 30

Clingman (Klingham), George

and Hamilton-Fraunces dispute, 267

Clinton, Cornelia Tappen

marries Genet, 692

Clinton, George

letter to, 157-8

and Hamilton's alleged plan for monarchical government, 220-1

and case of Republican, 257-8, 259-60, 261-2, 270, 271,

282n, 296

and case of Catharine from Halifax, 260, 262, 270-1

and delay in pursuing belligerent ships leaving U.S. ports, 290-1

and case of Swallow, 424-5

and N.Y. gubernatorial election, 523

and case of Republican tender, 597, 630

daughter marries Genet, 692

Clinton, Robert

letter from, 645-6

deputy consul at St. Eustatius, 280, 645-6

clock, great, 463

cloth

for slaves, 113

market for in Richmond, 538

clothing

for TJ's slaves, 18, 380, 540, 576, 721

TJ's sent to Monticello, 20

clover

as food for livestock, 356

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 397, 402, 422, 423

and crop-rotation plan of T. M. Randolph, Jr., 471

hay produced from, 681

clover, buffalo

in Ky., 680, 681

Sinclair's views on, 681

clover, red

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 397, 422, 470, 576, 577, 578, 657

and crop-rotation plan of T. M. Randolph, Jr., 471, 592

clover, white

at Monticello, 87-8

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 397

and crop-rotation plan of T. M. Randolph, Jr., 470

clover seed

British taxes on, 682

in Scotland, 682

Sinclair's views on, 682

Cobourg, Prince of.  See Saxe-Coburg, Friedrich Josias, Prince of

Cockcroft, James

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

coffee

price, 94

captured by British, 459n, 564n, 565n, 626, 646

captured by French, 625n

exportation from France forbidden, 744

Coffyn, Francis

and case of Little Cherub, 364, 662

Cogdell, John, & Co.

and case of Commerce, 251

coinage. See copper coinage; Mint, U.S.

Coke, Mr., 779

Colchester, Va., 504

collectors of customs, U.S.

and enforcement of neutrality, 790

Collin, Nicholas

letter to, 631

as patent arbitrator, 631

identified, 631n

Columbia (brigantine)

captured by Fanny, 459n

Columbia (ship)

captured by British privateer, 564n

Commerant (ship)

detained at Madeira, 556

Commerce, Report on

preparation of, 442-3, 546-7

Commerce (schooner)

detained at New Providence, 567n

Commerce (ship)

captured by Tyger, 251

recaptured by British, 251

Commissioner of Loans, Va. See Hopkins, John

Commissioner of Revenue, U.S. See Coxe, Tench

Commissioners of Accounts

and final settlement of state accounts, 343, 403, 585, 666

letter from Washington, 343

letter from cited, 343n

Commissioners of the Federal District. See Federal District Commissioners

Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, U.S.

meetings, 661

See also sinking fund

Commissioners of the Treasury, French

and U.S. debt to France, 351

Commissioners to Spain. See Carmichael, William; Short, William

Committee of Public Safety. See France: Committee of Public Safety

common law

and case of Gideon Henfield, 145-6

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 383

Communications from the Secretary of the Treasury, to the House of Representatives

and new foreign loan, 304, 307n

compasses

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

Comptroller of the Treasury, U.S. See Wolcott, Oliver, Jr.

Concorde (French frigate)

captures Jupiter, 746

captures prizes, 746

and case of Greyhound, 797n

Condé, France

allied siege of, 68, 69, 164, 166-7, 427, 539, 542, 545

captured by allies, 614

Condorcet, Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas de Caritat, Marquis de

and steamboat, 108

Plan de constitution présenté à la convention nationale, 400

flees from Jacobins, 723

Congress, Continental

and Beaumarchais's claim on U.S., 243-6

French attitude toward, 478-9n

Congress, U.S. See United States: Congress

Connecticut

and printing of laws, 5

and circular letter to merchants, 767-8

counterfeiting of currency of, 780

Connell, Capt. (master of Hannah)

ship detained at New Providence, 567n

Connoley, Capt.

privateering activities, 25n

consoles

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

Constable, James

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

letter from quoted, 769n

Constable, William

business trip to Europe, 769n

Constitutional Interests of Ireland

requested by T. M. Randolph, Jr., 88

Constitution of the United States

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 273, 324

Genet's misunderstanding of, 465, 513, 686-7

French attitude toward, 479n

and early meeting of Congress, 615n

and right to declare war, 701

consular convention (1788)

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 511, 703

consuls, British

reorganization of, 27, 219, 220n

at Baltimore, 398

in Rhode Island, 752

consuls, French

admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 38-9, 42-3, 125, 253, 340,

341-2n, 454n, 480, 510-14, 554, 693, 698, 702-4

and case of Resolution, 55

reorganization of, 79-81, 84n, 170

and French right to commission privateers in U.S., 232

and detention of French prizes in U.S. ports, 358, 374

ordered by Genet not to commission any more French

privateers in U.S., 572

consuls, U.S.

security requirements for, 8, 63n, 231, 280, 387, 433, 539,

540n, 752, 783

fees for, 421, 434

accounts, 777

See also Auldjo, Thomas; Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.; Church, Edward; Clarkson, David Matthew; Cooper, Henry; Cutting, Nathaniel; Delamotte, F. C. A.; Fenwick, Joseph; Fox, Robert Were; Johnson, Joshua; Maury, James; Montgomery, Robert; Morphy, Michael; Parish, John; Phillips, Benjamin Hamnell; Pintard, John Marsden; Saabÿe, Hans Rodolph; Skipwith, Fulwar; Vanderhorst, Elias; Yznardi, Joseph, Jr.

Continental Congress. See Congress, Continental

Contini, Domingo, & Co. See Costino (Contini), Domingo, & Co.

contraband

British policy toward, 377n

John Parish's order about, 540

TJ's notes on, 559n

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 650, 698

Conyngham, Nesbit & Co.

and contracts with Genet, 553

and case of Columbia, 564n

and case of Sally, 564n

Cook, Capt.

and case of Hector, 437n

Cooke, John

paper on weights and measures, 79n

Cooper, Henry

letter from, 460

Cooper, John

fits out privateer in Va., 648

Cooper, Thomas

introduced to TJ, 715

plans to settle in U.S., 715

relations with Joseph Priestley, 715

relations with Thomas Walker, 715

Reply to Mr. Burke's invective against Mr. Cooper, and Mr.

Watt, 715

Copenhagen

U.S. trade with, 77, 547n

copper

in Va., 109, 235

for Mint, 185-6, 288, 598, 674, 753, 777

price, 777

copper coinage

in Birmingham, 191, 192-3, 269, 779

demand for, 676

copying presses

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19, 20

copyrights

for Jedidiah Morse, 369

for George Hough, 539

Corday, Charlotte

murders Marat, 723, 755

corn

demand for, 77

price, 77

importation by Great Britain, 250, 682

for Chickasaws, 313, 315n, 408

for Creeks, 315n, 408

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 402, 422, 423, 577, 658

and British trade restrictions, 440, 441n, 796

and crop-rotation plan of T. M. Randolph, Jr., 471

importation by France, 496

Va. crop, 521, 586-7, 655, 729-30, 746

and Washington's crop-rotation plan, 658

exportation by Great Britain, 682

Sinclair's views on, 682

Cornwallis (ship)

avoids capture by Citoyen Genet, 462n

Corny, Mme de. See Ethis de Corny, Anne Mangeot (Mme Ethis de Corny)

"Correspondent, A"

pseudonym used by Pascal, 555n

corruption

TJ's views on, 306

Corsica

British aid to Paoli on, 588

Cortés, Hernán

TJ seeks edition of letters of, 488-9

Cosby, Phillips

naval operations in Mediterranean, 496

Coster, Henry Arnold

identified, 56n

See also Brothers Coster & Co.

Coster, John Gerhard

identified, 56n

See also Brothers Coster & Co.

Costino (Contini), Domingo, & Co.

and case of Fury, 575-6

Cosway, Maria Hadfield (Mrs. Richard Cosway)

TJ's inquiry about, 215

at Genoese convent, 723

Cottineau, Dennis

and case of Defiance, 626

cotton

for Derieux, 113, 539

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 402

captured by British, 459n, 564n, 646

Cotton, Daniel

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

cotton gin

patent for, 134, 334

counterfeiting

of state currency in England, 779-82

Courtenay, George William Augustus

battle with Embuscade, 582, 608

and case of Catharine of Jamaica, 667n

court of admiralty, U.S. See district courts, U.S.

Coutinho, Diogo Pereira Forjaz

and case of Commerant, 556, 557

cows

in Va., 29

Cox, Albion

appointed assayer of Mint, 4, 37-8, 191, 676

payment for, 676, 734-5, 737

Coxe, Daniel W.

described, 765n

possible recipient of report on W. Fla., 765n

Coxe, Tench

letters from, 4, 37-8, 45, 56, 57, 94-5, 354, 516, 551, 563,

589-90, 590, 763

and Mint, 4, 37-8

and status of U.S. debtors on French prizes, 45

and eligibility of U.S. citizens to act as French prize agents, 56

and passports for U.S. ships, 57

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 94-5, 354,

516, 551, 563, 589-90

and opposition to excise in Ky., 507

sends report on W. Fla. to TJ, 763-5

Craig, John, 420n

Crammond, Mr.

and case of Joseph Ravara, 118n

Crawford, James

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

cream

used to produce butter in England, 681

Creek Indians

relations with Spain, 9-10, 78-9, 118, 148, 211, 408, 412n,

413n, 476n, 670-1n

hostilities with Ky., 15n

relations with Shawnees, 15n, 16n

alliance with Shawnees, 16n

conflict with Chickasaws, 16n

conflict with Choctaws, 16n

hostilities with Ga., 78-9, 138-40, 148, 151, 156-7, 168,

188, 275, 287, 293, 393, 409, 412n, 615, 671n, 796-7

war with Chickasaws, 156-7, 313-14, 315n, 409, 411

relations with U.S., 313-14

corn for, 315n, 408

relations with Cherokees, 316

relations with W. A. Bowles, 407, 414n

and Treaty of New York, 407

hostilities with U.S., 408, 413-15n, 476n, 670-1n

U.S. aid to, 409

boundary with Ga., 414n

Crèvecoeur, Michel Guillaume St. John de

loses consular office, 157

Critta (Kritty) (TJ's slave), 65

crosses

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

crotalus horridus. See rattlesnake

Crousillat, Lewis

petition and memorial from, 631-2

and case of Flora, 630-1, 632, 639-40, 642-3

and case of Sophia, 630-1, 640, 642-3

oath of allegiance to Pa., 632, 633n

oath of allegiance to U.S., 632, 633n

identified, 633n

Cruger, Henry

and case of York, 142-3, 185, 191, 248, 256

Cruger, Nicholas

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 142, 369-74, 486-7

letter from cited, 142n

identified, 374n

Cruzat, Francisco

Spanish commandant at St. Louis, 413n

Culloden (H.M.S.)

stops Peggy, 712n

Culpeper Court House, Va., 622

cultures

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

Culver (Curvan), William

carries dispatches to G. Morris, 759

Cumberland

settlement at, 316

and Creek hostilities with U.S., 413n

French interest in, 522

hostility to Spain, 522

mentioned, 118

Cumberland river

and Cherokee boundary with U.S., 414n

Cunard, Juan

relations with Creeks, 16n

Cunningham, John

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

cupboards

TJ's sent to Monticello, 20

Curaçao, W.I.

B. H. Phillips not recognized as U.S. consul at, 221-2

U.S. trade with, 370

reinforcements for, 575

Currie, James

letter to, 187-8

letters from, 21, 173, 242

financial affairs, 21, 187-8, 242, 292n

letter from cited, 243n

mentioned, 64

Curvan, Capt. See Culver (Curvan), William

Cushing, William

letters to, 488, 520

and referral of neutrality questions to Supreme Court, 488,

520, 526, 550

letter from Washington, 550

cushions

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

Cusseta king. See Fat King of Cussitah (Cusseta king) (Creek chief)

Custine, Adam Philippe, Comte de

reported military actions, 122, 124, 132

arrest of, 723

customs collectors, U.S.

and enforcement of neutrality, 26, 582-3, 610n, 649n, 721n

and passports for U.S. ships, 57, 355

Cutting, Mr., 463

Cutting, Nathaniel

letter from, 229-30

and Humphreys's mission to Algiers, 60, 140, 238, 331, 332,

427, 440, 542, 614, 673, 755

arrives in England, 229

payment to, 286

appointed consul at Le Havre, 743, 783

cutting presses

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

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