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dairies

Sinclair's views on, 681

Dalbarade, Jean

and case of Little Cherub, 663-4n

and case of Lawrence, 664n

Dale, Robert

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

Dallas, Alexander J.

letter from, 467

and address to Genet, 61

and case of Joseph Ravara, 103

and case of Little Sarah, 448n, 464

and Genet's threat to appeal from Washington to American

people, 448n, 466, 678n, 694

and case of George Allison, 467

identified, 467-8n

Dandridge, Bartholomew, Jr.

letters from, 319-20, 578

and pardons, 319-20

identified, 320n

Dannery, Thomas

appointed French consul at Boston, 80

exequatur for, 80n

Dauphin (ship)

captured by Algerines, 116n

Davidson, Capt. (master of Eliza)

ship detained at New Providence, 567n

Davis, Augustine

described, 137n

and postal service in Va., 137, 380

Davis, James, Jr.

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Davis, Richard H.

appointed consular agent by Elias Vanderhorst, 251

Davis, William James

plunders Rainbow, 666-7, 758, 761

Davy (TJ's slave)

and remodeling of Monticello, 326

Deane, Silas

as English pensioner, 219

and contract with farmers-general, 243

arrival in France, 246n

Dearment, James

relations with Creeks, 16n

Deas, William A.

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 332

Deblois, Lewis

and case of Gideon Henfield, 41

debtors

status of U.S. on French prizes, 45

debt payment act

and new foreign loan, 201, 294, 307n

debt redemption act

and new foreign loan, 201, 294, 307n

debts to British creditors

and Ware v. Hylton, 109-10, 166, 302, 327

obstacles to payment of, 330

Decatur, Stephen

ship captured by Union, 433

Declaration of Independence, 682

De Dominio Maris Dissertatio (Cornelius van Bynkershoek)

cited by E. Randolph, 33, 35n

deerskins

captured by French, 251

Defiance (ship)

captured by British privateer, 626

Deforgues, Franois Louis Michel Chemin

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 662, 663n

and case of Little Cherub, 663-4n

and case of Juno, 664n

and case of Lawrence, 664n

and case of Patty, 664n

and case of Thomas Toby, 664n

and Genet's recall, 692

De Jure Belli ac Pacis (Hugo Grotius)

cited by E. Randolph, 32-3, 34, 35n

Delamotte, F. C. A.

letters to, 574, 737-8, 759

letters from, 166-7, 783

letters from cited, 167n, 783n

and case of Jay, 436n

and books for TJ, 737

security for, 783

Delany, Sharp

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 41

and payment of duties on prize goods in U.S., 620, 621n

Delaware

and printing of laws, 5

and French privateering, 708

and addresses in support of Proclamation of Neutrality, 717n

and circular letter to merchants, 767-8

boundary with Md., 798

mentioned, 31, 32

Delaware Bay

U.S. jurisdiction over, 31-5, 39

mentioned, 532

Delaware river

and French privateering, 791

Delozier, Charles

and case of Maxwell, 728

Delozier, Daniel

and case of Trusty, 418n

Democratic Society of Pennsylvania

and Hamilton's proposed appeal to American people, 601-2,

652

foundation of, 603n

relations with Genet, 652, 688

Demourier. See Dumouriez (Demourier), Charles François du Périer

Denmark

mercantile failures in, 77

and British privateering, 78

and French privateering, 78

neutrality, 78, 214, 460

abolishes certain trade duties, 214-15

U.S. trade with, 276, 442-3, 546-7

and free ships and free goods, 332, 673-4

trade duties in, 442-3, 547n

trade with Great Britain, 442

trade with Netherlands, 442

ambassador to Great Britain, 547n, 673-4

Denmark, King of. See Christian VII, King of Denmark

Dennis, Patrick, 582

Department of State, U.S.

bills of exchange for, 94-5, 332-3, 354, 430-1, 516, 546,

551, 563, 589-90, 679, 742

accounts, 286

and final settlement of state accounts, 343

newspapers for, 390

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Secretary of State; Taylor, George, Jr.

Department of the Treasury, U.S.

and enforcement of neutrality, 26

account with Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard, 73

TJ's proposed division of, 651-2

and coinage, 734, 737

Derby, Samuel

protests detention and damage to Peggy, 712n

Derieux, Justin Pierre Plumard

letter to, 719

letters from, 112-13, 538-9, 788-9

business affairs, 112-13, 259, 386, 538-9, 546, 719, 788-9

legacy, 113, 539

account with Peter Marks, 539

mentioned, 380, 799

Derieux, Mme Justin Pierre Plumard, 113, 539, 719

Description of South Carolina (James Glen)

cited by Arthur Young, 30

Desdoity, Jean B.

letters from, 590-1, 622

settles in U.S., 590-1, 622

identified, 591n

Devonshire, England

watering of meadows in, 680

DeWindt, Jacobus

and case of Julius Pringle, 645

DeWint, John

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

diastyle, 491

Dickenson, Thomas

owner of Fame, 69n

Dido (ship)

and impressment, 753n

Digges, Thomas A.

and copper coinage, 191, 192-3

letters from submitted to Washington, 193n, 269

bull for, 779

and counterfeiting of U.S. currency in England, 779-82

heifers for, 779

letter to T. Pinckney, 779-80

mentioned, 777

dime. See disme; half disme

diplomatic immunity

scope in U.S., 363

diplomatic recognition

G. Morris's views on, 365

disme

coinage of, 676

Distant King (Indian), 17n

distilling apparatus

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19-20

district attorneys, U.S.

and enforcement of neutrality, 26

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 76

District Court of Maryland, U.S.

and case of Betsey, 454n

District Court of New York, U.S.

and case of Catharine from Halifax, 254n, 285, 560

and case of Republican, 341-2n

District Court of Pennsylvania, U.S.

and case of William, 199-200, 342-3, 620, 621n, 703, 704

and U.S. jurisdiction over belligerent prize cases, 199-200,

335, 398, 703, 704

and case of Fanny, 200, 620, 621n

and case of Citoyen Genet, 728n

district courts, U.S.

and U.S. jurisdiction over belligerent prize cases, 199-200,

335, 342-3, 398, 560

Divers, George

and sale of TJ's slaves, 551

Dobson, Richard

letter to, 789

TJ's account with, 789

dogs, 53

Dohrman, Jacob

visited by Moors, 613

dollars

exchange rate with livres tournois, 84n

dollars, Spanish

value of, 94

Domenico, Gaetano Drago di

letter from, 496

Donald, Alexander

letter to, 738-9

and books for J. W. Eppes, 92

and telescope for TJ, 92

and sale of TJ's tobacco, 93, 738-9

and failure of Donald & Burton, 171

and Short's business affairs, 472

and books for TJ, 739

mentioned, 742

Donald & Burton

and books for J. W. Eppes, 8

failure of, 45-6, 171, 472

clerk for, 93

and sale of TJ's tobacco, 239

TJ's account with, 737-8

and wine for TJ, 739

Donald & McAlpin, 420

Donaldson & Stott

and case of Jupiter, 746

Dorsetshire, England

watering of meadows in, 680

Douai, France

and War of First Coalition, 69

Dover Cutter (ship)

case of, 510

Downing, Jacob

and case of Little Sarah, 106

Dowse, Edward

letter to, 570-1

letter from, 783

and china for TJ, 570-1, 762, 783

drill husbandry

Sinclair's views on, 681

drills

Sinclair's views on, 681

Driver (ship), 576n

Droit de la nature et des gens (Samuel von Pufendorf)

cited by E. Randolph, 33

Droit des Gens (Emmerich de Vattel)

cited by E. Randolph, 33, 35

and French right to commission privateers in U.S., 299

and British trade restrictions, 440, 442n

cited by TJ, 699

Drost, Mr. See Droz (Drost), Jean Pierre

Drouillard, J. B.

and case of Suckey, 377n

Droz (Drost), Jean Pierre

and Mint, 191, 367

Drysdale, James

ship captured by Embuscade, 253-4

Duane, James

and case of Catharine from Halifax, 254n, 330, 560

Ducamp, Silvat

and case of Columbia, 459n, 557, 559

Ducher, G. J. A.

and Genet's recall, 692

Du Cret, Jean Louis

oath of allegiance to Pa., 308

Duffield, John, 632n

Dugue, Capt. (master of Tyger)

captures Commerce, 251

Duke William (ship)

and case of Prosperity, 389n

Dumas, Charles William Frederick

letter from, 113

account with Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard, 73

letters from cited, 113n

mentioned, 349

Dumouriez (French privateer)

captures Spanish register ship, 230

Dumouriez (Demourier), Charles François du Périer

deserted by troops, 68

and war with Netherlands, 73n

defects to Austrians, 122, 123, 132, 140, 169, 213, 229,

242, 272, 302, 356, 389, 401

reported military actions, 122, 132

address to French nation, 167, 168n

Dundas, Francis

and British West Indian expedition, 777

Dunkin, Mr.

and assault on John L. Steele, 147

Dunkin, John

and case of Catharine from Halifax, 254n

Dunkirk, France

and French privateering, 55

Fame detained at, 69-70n, 266

and War of First Coalition, 69

buoy at removed, 81

U.S. trade with, 435

Nantucket whalers at, 662-3

Dunlap, John, 650

Dunlap's American Daily Advertiser (Philadelphia)

E. Randolph's alleged contribution to, 404n

publishes "No Jacobin" essays, 650

and Genet's threat to appeal from Washington to American people, 756n

mentioned, 523n

Dunlop, James

letter from, 418-20

plans to settle in U.S., 418-20

Dunmore, John Murray, Earl of

support for W. A. Bowles, 415n

Dunscomb, Andrew

and Robert Quarles's claim, 63-4

Duplaine, Antoine Charbonnet

French vice-consul at Boston, 390

seizes Greyhound, 795-6, 797n

Du Plessis, Peter le Barbier

and case of Suckey, 339n

Duplex, George

ship captured by Little Sarah, 740n

Du Ponceau, Peter S.

and case of Gideon Henfield, 131n, 653-4

mentioned, 626n

Dupont, François

appointed French consul at Philadelphia, 80

exequatur for, 80n

and case of Gideon Henfield, 130

and case of Embuscade, 172

and case of Active, 282n

and case of William, 282n, 340, 342n, 399, 703

and suspension of payment on bills drawn to supply

Saint-Domingue, 312n

and arming of allied ships in U.S. ports, 359-60

and case of Fanny, 399

and case of Regulator, 459n

and case of George Allison, 468n

and case of Jane, 481n

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

and case of Governor Pinckney, 564n

and case of Betsy brigantine, 625

and case of Citoyen Genet, 727-8

mentioned, 734

Duportail, Jean Antoine Louis LeBgue de Presle, Chevalier

urges G. Morris to leave France, 365

described, 369n

Durival, Jean

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

Durry, Thomas

ship captured by Orestes, 435-6, 775

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