Volume 26 Index

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F

Fabritius & Wever, 78

Fair Syrian (Robert Bage), 779

Falconer, Nathaniel

and case of Little Sarah, 445, 447n, 476, 506

Falmouth, England

U.S. trade with, 231, 646

consular agents for, 251

U.S. vice-consul at, 435

and British privateering, 646

Fame (ship)

detained at Dunkirk, 69-70n, 266

Family Compact, 208

Fanning, Edmund, 781

Fanny (British privateer)

captures Columbia, 459n

Fanny (ship)

captured by Sans Culotte, 200, 218, 378-9, 399, 703

and detention of French prizes in U.S. ports, 484, 487

and restoration of French prizes, 620

mentioned, 480

farmers

and neutrality, 26

farmers-general, French

account with U.S., 243-6

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

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 412n

Fauquier Court House, Va., 622

Favorite (British privateer)

and case of Prosperity, 389n

Fayal, Azores

U.S. trade with, 726

Federal District

map of, 357

plan of, 367

Capitol, 425-6, 455, 462, 489-95, 500, 517-19, 671-2

bridge, 426-7n

canal, 426n

Federal District Commissioners

letter to, 671-2

letter from, 357

and map of Federal District, 357

and Thornton's Capitol plan, 425-6, 489, 490, 519n

and Capitol, 671-2

See also Carroll, Daniel; Johnson, Thomas; Stuart, David

Federal Gazette and Philadelphia Daily Advertiser

publishes neutrality rules, 649n

E. Randolph's alleged contribution to, 653

mentioned, 523n

Federalist, The

and "Helvidius" essays, 655, 729

Federalists

John Beckley's intelligence about, 219

and War of First Coalition, 401

alleged criticism of Washington, 522-3

attitude toward Hamilton, 523

and Bank of United States, 523

Monroe's views on, 551-2

and addresses in support of Proclamation of Neutrality,

717-18n

Female Guide (George Hough)

copyright for, 539

Fenner, Arthur

request for cannon refused, 508

Fenno, John

and "Helvidius" essays, 656n

mentioned, 276n, 288n, 403, 444n, 650, 655, 712n

See also Gazette of the United States (Philadelphia)

Fenwick, James

as consular security for Cathalan, 63n

Fenwick, Joseph

letter to, 739

letters from, 8-9, 387-8, 601

security for, 8, 387

and Derieux's legacy, 113, 539

and case of Nancy, 388

and case of Prosperity, 388-9n

and case of Sally, 388

letter from quoted, 389n

letter to cited, 574n

takes leave of absence, 601

letter from cited, 601n

and wine for TJ, 718, 739

appoints James Anderson consular agent at Nantes, 743

mentioned, 556

Fenwick, Mason & Co.

letter from, 45-6

and wine for TJ, 45-6, 661

TJ's account with, 46

Feraud, J. J. B.

and case of Commerant, 556

Ferdinand III, Grand Duke of Tuscany

British opposition to neutrality of, 675n

Ferdinand IV, King of Naples

war with France, 496

Ferey, Jean Baptiste André

captures Eunice, 25n, 145

commands Sans Culotte, 36n

captures Fanny, 378-9

Fez, Morocco

and Moroccan civil war, 644

Findleston, Richard

and Creek hostilities with U.S., 413n

Fisher, Mr.

TJ invited to dine with, 562

Fisher, Flavius J.

copy of portrait of E. Randolph, xl-xli, 340 (illus.)

Fitch, Joseph

and case of Catharine of Jamaica, 667n

Fitzroy, Augustus, Lord

captures Jay, 435-6

FitzSimons, Thomas

and address on neutrality, 61

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

flag, U.S.

usurpation of in India, 752-3

usurpation of in France, 783

Flanders, Austrian Netherlands

Saxe-Coburg's successes in, 68

French mistreatment of, 229

flax

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

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

production in U.S., 683

Sinclair's views on, 683

flax seeds

as food for cattle and sheep, 682

Sinclair's views on, 682

Fleming, William

and patent for John Clarke, 515

Flora (British ship)

captured by Roland, 797n

Flora (U.S. ship)

captured by British privateer, 632

and restoration of British prizes, 640

Florida, East

and fugitive slaves, 10-12, 78-9, 89

slaves stolen from, 13-14, 78-9, 89, 737n

Spanish trade concessions to, 429, 430n

mentioned, 764

Florida, East, Governor of. See Quesada, Juan Nepomuceno de

Florida, West

Spanish trade concessions to, 429, 430n

boundaries of, 763-5

T. Coxe sends TJ report on, 763-5

ceded to Great Britain, 764

Floridablanca, José Moñino y Redondo, Conde de

and relations with U.S., 208

fall from power, 225-6

flour

proposed purchase for France, 3, 21-2, 63, 101, 190, 194-5,

283-4, 746

price, 9, 94, 112, 167, 231, 388

demand for in France, 94

captured by French, 106, 121, 558, 664n, 726-7

British importations, 250

transport in Va., 259

milling in Va., 290

captured by British, 337, 389n, 436n, 564n, 646

and British trade restrictions, 441n, 796

forced to be sold at Málaga, 587

demand for in Portugal, 647

demand for in Spain, 647

impact of privateering on, 747

footstools

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

Forbes, John

commands Portuguese troops, 541

foreign officers

payment of, 203, 295, 305

Forrester, John

relations with Creeks, 15-17

described, 17n

Fort-de-France (Fort Royal), Martinique

political divisions in, 164

Fort Nogales

construction of, 10n

See also Walnut Hills

Fort Pitt

suitability for sheep, 30

Fort Royal, Martinique. See Fort-de-France (Fort Royal), Martinique

Foster, Anthony

distributes medals to Indians, 263

Foulk, Capt. (master of Commerce)

ship detained at New Providence, 567n

Foulke, John

and case of Embuscade, 172

fountains

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

Foushee, William

letter from, 95

and proposed purchase of lumber for France, 95, 107

letter to cited, 323n

Fowler, Mr.

relations with Creeks, 15n

Fowler, W. J. & I.

and counterfeiting of state currency in England, 779-82

Fox (ship)

forced to sell cargo at Málaga, 587

Fox, Edward

mistaken consular appointment of, 231, 435, 646

Fox, George C.

appointed consular agent by Elias Vanderhorst, 251

appointed consular agent by Thomas Auldjo, 251

Fox, Robert Were

letters from, 231, 646-7

consular commission addressed to wrong person, 231

security for, 231

identified, 231n

appointed consular agent by Elias Vanderhorst, 251

appointed consular agent by Thomas Auldjo, 251

consul at Falmouth, 251, 435

and case of Active, 646

and case of Portland, 646

requests new consular commission, 646

letter from cited, 647n

Fox, Thomas W., 435

Français Libres à leurs freres de la Louisiane, Les

(Edmond Charles Genet)

printing of, xlii, 340 (illus.)

read to TJ, 438

copy sent to TJ, 771-4

copy sent to Isaac Shelby, 785-6

Francais Libres a leurs freres Les Canadiens, Les (Edmond Charles Genet)

read to TJ, 438

France

Army

republicanism of, 356, 389

Committee of Public Safety

and case of Fame, 70n

and French trade restrictions, 70n

and case of Little Cherub, 368n

and Genet's recall, 692

Constitution

and allied powers, 167, 180, 272

sent to TJ, 368, 400

adoption of, 614

Economy

demand for corn, 77

demand for wheat, 496

Foreign Relations

with Spain, 222

with Portugal, 331, 541, 556

with Great Britain, 440

Legislative Assembly

offers French citizenship to certain foreigners, 142n, 272

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 348, 352n, 663n

sends commissioners to Saint-Domingue, 555n

Loan to U.S.

proposed purchase of provisions with, 3, 21-2, 58, 59,

63, 82-7, 134, 146, 174-84, 252, 268, 275, 283-4, 309

proposed purchase of naval stores with, 82-7

used to aid Saint-Domingue, 82, 86, 295, 308-12, 348,

352n, 663n, 710

payment of, 203-4, 294-5, 305, 347-52, 366, 710

payment of suspended, 351

used to relieve Saint-Domingue refugees, 554, 555n

and compensation for French prizes, 633

National Convention

and new commercial treaty with U.S., 47n, 62, 743, 747-50

establishes Provisional Executive Council, 48

opens French colonial ports to U.S. ships, 62, 96, 595, 743

opens French ports to U.S. ships, 62, 96

and French trade restrictions, 70-1n, 162-3n, 167, 364,

368n, 388, 614, 619, 664n, 665n, 743-4, 796

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 309

arrest of members of, 365

and declaration of war on Great Britain, 400

alleged bribery by Louis XVI, 555n

and case of Little Cherub, 663n

foreign policy of, 685

and indictment of Girondins, 691

and relations with U.S., 697, 710

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 702

alleged aristocratic party in, 755n

Navy

operations in Mediterranean, 89, 140

proposed purchase of lumber for, 107

captures U.S. prizes, 454-5, 542

and Saint-Domingue refugees, 456n, 555n

at N.Y., 555n, 619

See alsoEmbuscade (Ambuscade) (French frigate)

Provisional Executive Council

draft letter from Washington, xli-xlii, 110, 340 (illus.)

letter of credence for Genet, 46, 48-9

establishment of, 48

and case of Fame, 70n

and French trade restrictions, 70n, 614

and reorganization of French consular service, 79-81, 84n

and U.S. debt to France, 82-7, 178

and Ternant's recall, 90, 101, 110-11, 274

and new commercial treaty with U.S., 97n

instructions to Genet, 130n, 686-7

and proposed purchase of provisions in U.S. for France, 174

and French right to commission privateers in U.S., 232, 281, 573n

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 309

and passports for U.S. ships, 368n

and U.S. right to navigate Mississippi, 478n

offers commission to James C. Mountflorence, 522

appoints governor of Saint-Domingue, 555n

and Genet's recall, 561-2, 598

and case of Juno, 664n

and relations with U.S., 697, 710

alleged aristocratic party in, 755n

Public Finance

G. Morris's report on, 635-8

U.S. Relations with

Monroe's views on, 135-6

TJ's views on, 187, 190, 247, 306, 356, 450-1, 501,

503, 602, 697, 709-11, 730-2

Madison's views on, 324

U.S. diplomatic recognition of, 365

and U.S. right to navigate Mississippi, 477-9

and free ships and free goods, 558

and Hamilton's proposed appeal to American people, 602

and Genet's recall, 720

Washington's views on, 730-2

See also Deforgues, François Louis Michel Chemin;

Genet, Edmond Charles; Lebrun-Tondu, Pierre Henri

Hélène Marie; Morris, Gouverneur; Ternant, Jean Baptiste

U.S. Trade with

favor to, 8

and new commercial treaty, 47n, 62, 72, 96-9, 168, 602,

743, 747-50, 751, 754

French colonial ports opened to U.S. ships, 96, 187,

190, 595, 743

French ports opened to U.S. ships, 96, 187, 190

British restrictions on, 230, 275

War of First Coalition

British trade restrictions, 5-6, 275, 440-2

TJ's views on, 26, 72, 100, 122, 124, 132, 167, 180,

190, 356, 392, 545, 546

Va. views on, 54, 109-10

G. Morris's reports on, 68-9, 368

invasion of Netherlands, 68

campaign in Savoy, 69

restrictions on neutral trade, 70-1n, 162, 167, 230,

364, 388, 743-4, 796

declaration of war on Netherlands, 73

prospects for peace, 78

naval operations in Mediterranean, 89, 94, 140

retreat from Netherlands, 100, 194

allied invasion of, 112, 164, 166-7, 229, 331, 389, 588

invaded by Spain, 112, 223-5, 421, 429, 541, 588, 755

defection of Dumouriez, 122, 123, 132, 140, 169, 229,

242, 272, 302, 356, 389, 401

declaration of war on Great Britain, 207

retreat from Austrian Netherlands, 229

Madison's views on, 272

plan to liberate Lousiana, 393-5, 438-9, 447n

Sardinian involvement in, 421

plan to liberate Canada, 438-9

Russian trade restrictions, 440, 441-2n, 778n

Spanish trade restrictions, 440

invasion of Savoy, 496

Neapolitan involvement in, 496

John Parish's views on, 539

reported peace mission to Great Britain, 545, 546

British aid to Corsica, 588

alleged aggression against Great Britain, 606-7, 623

possible U.S. involvement in, 615

See also privateers, British; privateers, French

France, King of. See Louis XVI, King of France

France, Queen of. See Marie Antoinette, Queen of France

Francis, Mr. See Fraunces (Francis), Andrew G.

Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor

and Dumouriez's defection, 169

relations with Turkey, 584

"Franklin"

pseudonym used by John Taylor of Caroline, 654-5, 720

Franklin, Benjamin

and contract with farmers-general, 243, 245n

mentioned, 46n

Franks, Mr.

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Fraunces (Francis), Andrew G.

dispute with Hamilton, 267

Frazer, Alexander

ship detained at Dunkirk, 69-70n

and case of Fame, 266n

Frederica, Ga.

and fugitive slaves, 12n

Fredericksburg, Md.

reception for Genet, 133

Fredericksburg Packet (ship), 420, 587

Frederick William II, King of Prussia

reportedly cut off by French, 122, 124, 132

and Dumouriez's defection, 169

and partition of Poland, 584

and Declaration of Pillnitz, 603n

Freeland, Mr.

at Gibraltar, 427

Freeman, Samuel

letter to, 4-5

Freire, Cypriano Ribeiro, Chevalier

arrival in U.S. expected, 331

French Revolution

consular reports on (see Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.; Delamotte, F. C. A.; Fenwick, Joseph)

TJ's views on, 26, 356, 389, 401

opposition to in U.S., 54

G. Morris's reports on, 69, 365

opposition to in France, 69, 331, 356, 365, 401, 542

support for in U.S., 135, 273, 302, 548-9, 747

dethronement of king, 350, 351

abolition of noble titles, 356, 401

arrest of National Convention members, 365

federalist revolt, 365

and famine, 389, 392, 401

trial of king, 400

Freneau, Philip

"Jonathan Pindar" odes attributed to, 404

Washington's criticism of, 603

mentioned, 276n, 288n, 393, 553, 656n, 712n, 720, 735

See also National Gazette (Philadelphia)

fresco

for TJ, 582, 599

for Tammany Society, 599

Froullé, Jean François

TJ orders books from, 737

fruit

Sinclair's views on, 683

Fry, Joshua, 109

Fuckfuloke (Indian)

relations with Creeks, 16-17n

Fuguebatche

site of Creek-Shawnee alliance, 16n

Fulton, Robert, 354n

fur

captured by British, 436n

furniture

TJ's sent to Monticello, 8, 18-20, 171, 239, 250, 380,

540-1, 576, 757

fur trade

Spanish efforts to promote, 227

Fury (ship)

ownership of, 575-6

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