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G

Gabe, John

as security for John Parish, 540n

Gaither, Henry

and relations with Spain, 413n

Galbaud, Thomas François

expelled from Saint-Domingue, 555n

dispute with Genet, 755n

Gálvez, José de, Marqués de Sonora

conquers W. Fla., 764

mentioned, 226

Gamble, Robert

letters to, 59, 719

letters from, 21-2, 194-5, 746-7

and proposed purchase of provisions for France, 3, 21-2, 58, 59

and proposed purchase of flour for France, 101, 190, 194-5, 746

and Derieux's legacy, 113, 539

and proposed purchase of naval stores for France, 194-5

and wine for TJ, 718, 719, 721, 746

gammons

captured by British, 337

Ganset, Maj.

serves on Sans Culotte, 36n

Garat, Dominique Joseph

and Genet's letter of credence, 48-9

and case of Patty, 664n

gardens

at Monticello, 54, 380

Gardner, Capt. (master of Republican)

and impressment, 753n

Gardner, Alan

and British attack on Martinique, 164-5, 596n

Gardner, William

letter from, 418-20

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

Gardner, William (Billy)

and plows for Madison, 133, 303, 545

plans to visit Charleston, 756

Gardoqui, Diego de

and navigation of Mississippi, 206

and U.S. boundary with Spain, 206

and execution of Louis XVI, 207

and Spanish relations with Great Britain, 208

hostility to U.S., 210, 384

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 211-12, 668-71

and free-port status for New Orleans, 227

and John Sullivan's settlement plans, 412n

Gascoigne, Mr.

depot attacked by Creeks, 15n

Gates, Horatio

defeat of, 7, 153

Gautier, Jean Antoine

letter from, 114

Gayoso de Lemos, Manuel Luis

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 9-10

and Spanish fortification of Walnut Hills, 412n

Gazette of Maine (Portland)

and printing of laws, 4-5

Gazette of the United States (Philadelphia)

prints advertisement of J. Nicholas, Jr., 110n

distribution of, 137, 276n, 288n, 444, 712n

prints advertisement for sale of Va. lands, 235

prints "Pacificus" essays, 403, 624n, 650

plan for daily publication of, 444

prints "Helvidius" essays, 623, 624n, 655, 656n

and Genet's threat to appeal from Washington to American

people, 756n

mentioned, 324

Gell, John

naval operations in Mediterranean, 496

General Advertiser (Philadelphia)

criticizes Spanish Indian policy, 475-6

Pascal's contribution to, 555

General View of the Agriculture of the County of Middlesex (Thomas Baird), 684n

Genet, Edmé Jacques, 46n

Genet, Edmond Charles

letters to, 59-60, 105, 155, 158, 160, 195-6, 213, 252,

297-300, 301-2, 320, 344, 358, 398-9, 399, 417-18, 468,

486-7, 487, 510-13, 551, 557-9, 611, 633-4, 684

letters from, 46, 79-80, 81, 82-3, 96, 124-7, 159, 231-3,

281, 283-4, 290-1, 308-10, 339-41, 359, 374, 400, 452-3,

456-7, 457-8, 458-9, 563-4, 612

memorial from, 130

portrait of, xxxix, 340 (illus.)

recall of, xxxix-xli, xlii-xliii, 447n, 448-9n, 499, 554-5,

561-2, 569, 594, 598, 606, 611, 616, 685-715, 720, 722,

730-2, 745, 747, 752, 760, 762

draft letter from, xli, 340 (illus.)

and new commercial treaty with U.S., xli, 62, 72, 96-9, 132,

134, 686, 743, 747-50, 751

Les Francais Libres à leurs freres de la Louisiane,

xlii, 438, 771-4, 785-6

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, xlii, 393-5, 438-9,

686, 771-4, 785-6

and proposed purchase of provisions in U.S. for France, 3,

22, 58, 59, 63, 82-7, 132, 134, 146, 174-84, 194-5, 252,

268, 275, 283-4, 309, 686-7

arrival in Philadelphia, 26, 55, 698

identified, 46-7n

letter of credence for, 46, 47n, 48-9, 62, 66

reception by Washington, 46, 47n, 55, 57, 61, 274, 571, 698

types of surviving correspondence with TJ, 47-8n

publication of TJ's correspondence with, 48n, 690

commissions French privateers in U.S., 51-2n, 71-3, 75,

125-6, 137-8, 167, 195-6, 336n, 382, 501-2, 572, 603, 650

and restoration of French prizes, 52n, 75, 127, 286-7,

398-9, 486-7, 603-4, 607-8, 620, 633, 708, 722

confers with TJ, 59-60, 62

Philadelphia address to, 61, 62n

reception in Philadelphia, 61, 102n, 133

and U.S. guarantee of French possessions in America, 62, 72,

121, 141, 187, 190, 241, 571, 653

and case of Grange, 75, 127, 281, 699, 703

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

157-8, 170, 345, 390

letters from cited, 80n, 81n, 99n, 158, 439n, 611n

and Dunkirk buoy, 81

and case of Gideon Henfield, 81n, 130-1, 145-6, 159-61,

653-4, 714n

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 81n,

125-6, 130-1, 137-8, 145-6, 159-61, 468, 616, 650, 653-4,

693, 696, 698, 699-702

letters from submitted to Washington, 81n, 84n, 282n, 284n,

291n, 301, 342n, 477, 480, 564n

and proposed purchase of naval stores in U.S. for France,

82-7, 194-5

and proposed purchase of lumber in U.S. for France, 95, 107,

213, 323

and duties on wine, 99, 105

and proposed purchase of flour in U.S. for France, 101, 746

and case of Little Sarah, 106, 446-52, 456-7, 463-7,

476-7, 481-2, 506, 573, 616, 633, 688, 711

and Saint-Domingue factionalism, 122

and U.S. arms sales to France, 124

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 125,

340, 510-14, 557, 561-2, 568, 616, 650, 693, 696, 698, 702-4

memorial from, 130

reception in Alexandria, 133

reception in Georgetown, 133

reception in Richmond, 135

and withdrawal from U.S. ports of French privateers, 137-8,

154, 161, 195-6, 620, 633, 707-8

and case of York, 142-3, 191, 486-7

and French captures of U.S. prizes, 142-3, 191, 486-7

and case of Amiable, 147n, 158

sends pamphlets to TJ, 155

and case of John Singleterry, 159

and U.S. debt to France, 204, 283-4, 308-12, 320, 553-4

and French right to commission privateers in U.S., 231-3,

281-2, 296, 297-300, 339-41, 446-53, 456-7, 463-7, 501-2,

572, 616, 686, 698, 699-702

and Madison's acceptance of French citizenship, 241

and case of Active, 281-2

and case of William, 281-2, 358, 361, 398-9

and sale of French prizes in U.S., 281-2, 301, 705-6

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

and case of Republican, 296

and suspension of payment on bills drawn to supply

Saint-Domingue, 308-12, 344, 437-8, 662, 663n

attitude toward Washington, 340, 444, 514n, 554, 561, 568,

616, 696, 709

and use of U.S. ports by armed allied ships, 341, 417,

424-5, 611, 704-5

and British privateers fitted out in U.S., 344, 359

and detention of French prizes in U.S. ports, 358, 374, 487

and French captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters, 358

and arming of allied ships in U.S. ports, 359-60, 417-18, 457-8, 506

and case of Swallow, 360, 417

and use of U.S. ports by allied ships, 360

conversation with TJ on possibility of U.S. war with Great

Britain and Spain, 375n

and right to appeal to American people, 393, 444

and right to appeal to Congress, 393, 444

TJ's criticism of, 393, 444, 500-1, 502-3, 606, 623, 651-2, 735

and case of Fanny, 399

and U.S. right to navigate Mississippi, 412n, 477-9, 506, 551, 686

and case of Trusty, 417-18

and case of Betsey, 432n

and French captures of Swedish prizes, 432n

Les Francais Libres a leurs freres Les Canadiens, 438

and French plan to liberate Canada, 438-9, 686

and arming of French privateers in U.S., 446-52, 456-7

and threat to appeal from Washington to American people,

448n, 466, 676-8, 684, 694, 746-7, 756, 766

and case of Vainqueur de la Bastille, 452-3

and case of Jane, 457-8, 611, 704-5

and British interference with French passengers on U.S.

ships, 458-9, 557-9, 696, 706-7

and British seizure of French property on U.S. ships, 458-9,

464, 563-5, 696, 706-7

misunderstanding of Constitution, 465, 513, 686-7

and British influence on U.S. government, 466

and case of George Allison, 468

letters to submitted to Washington, 480, 488n, 514, 559n, 639

and referral of neutrality questions to Supreme Court, 484-5, 487

and right to appeal from Washington to American people, 501, 602, 694-5

Madison's views on, 521

Hamilton's method of addressing, 545

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 555n

and case of Commerçant, 556

and free ships and free goods, 557-9

and French captures of British prizes, 558

and British captures of U.S. prizes, 564-5n

and case of Columbia, 564n

and case of Sally, 564n

and French fleet in U.S., 572, 619

promises to commission no additional French privateers in U.S., 572

Hamilton's attitude toward, 602

and compensation for French prizes, 603-4, 607-8, 633, 708, 722

and use of U.S. ports by French privateers commissioned in U.S., 604

and use of U.S. ports by French privateers fitted out in U.S., 607-8, 633-5

and British captures of French prizes, 611, 612-13, 618

and British captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters,

611, 612-13, 618

and case of Republican tender, 611, 612-13, 618

and alleged French refugee plots against Saint-Domingue,

612, 620, 634

presidency of Société Française des Amis de la Liberté et de l'Egalité, 616, 688, 694

and French right to fit out privateers in U.S., 619, 633-5, 693, 696, 699-702

visits N.Y., 619

and case of Betsy brigantine, 625

Republican support for, 628

opposition to in U.S., 651, 720, 746-7, 756

and Democratic Society of Pennsylvania, 652, 688

letter to Washington, 677-8

instructions from Provisional Executive Council, 686-7

marriage, 692

remains in U.S., 692

arrival in Charleston, 696, 698

and payment of duties on prize goods in U.S., 696, 705-6

and right to appeal from Washington to Congress, 696, 708-9

and U.S. neutrality, 698-9

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 710

dispute with Galbaud, 755n

address to citizens of New York City, 760

address to citizens of Philadelphia, 760

mentioned, 524

Genoa

and French naval operations, 89

neutrality, 496

George (ship)

captured by British privateers, 433

recaptured by French privateer, 433

fired on by British privateer, 753

George (TJ's slave)

makes tools, 65

and canal for Monticello, 667

George Barclay (ship), 288

George III, King of Great Britain

Genet's views on, 283, 284n

and infractions of peace treaty, 329

and French declaration of war, 400

additional instructions to British warships and privateers, 433n, 440-2

treaty with Hesse-Cassel, 440

and W. Fla. boundary, 764

mentioned, 32, 285, 548, 656n

Georges, William Payne

visits U.S., 779n

Georges, Mrs. William Payne

visits U.S., 779n

Georgetown, Md.

reception for Genet, 133

mentioned, 504

Georgia

and printing of laws, 5

and fugitive slaves from E. Fla., 10-12, 78-9

and slaves stolen from E. Fla., 13-14, 78-9, 737n

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

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

and British privateering, 165, 344, 359

boundary with Creeks, 414n

boundary with W. Fla., 764

and circular letter to merchants, 767-8

Geraldino, Tomas

and southern whale fishery, 23n

Gérard de Rayneval, Joseph Matthias

and free gift to U.S., 245n

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

Germany

mercantile failures in, 77

Dumas's views on, 113

Giannini, Antonio

claim on Mazzei, 188

Gibbes, Lucas

letter from, 453-4

and case of Betsey, 453-4

Gibbons, Mr.

and fugitive slaves, 11n, 12n

Gibraltar

and British naval operations, 89

Portuguese squadron stationed at, 421

Giles, William Branch

watch for, 114

and Republican effort to censure Hamilton, 204n

Gilmer, George

letter to, 389-90

letter from, 213

and birth of daughter, 213, 386, 389

mentioned, 259

Gilmer, Lucy Walker (Mrs. George Gilmer)

gives birth to daughter, 213, 259, 386, 389

mentioned, 390

Gilmor (Gilmer), Robert

letter to, 740

letter from, 784

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 740, 784

letter from cited, 741n

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Gilmor (Gilmer), Robert, & Co.

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 332, 431

ginger

captured by French, 254n

Giovannini. See Prato, Giovannini da

Girondins

and Genet's mission to U.S., 47n, 685-6

overthrown by Jacobins, 266, 267n

Jacobin suspicions of, 691

Glass (Cherokee chief)

relations with Spain, 316

Glass, Alexander S.

letter from, 453-4

and case of Betsey, 453-4

Glass v. the Sloop Betsey

and case of Catharine from Halifax, 254n

glass vials

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

glassware

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

Glaubeck, Peter William Joseph Ludwig, Baron de

Hamilton's alleged favoritism to, 267-8

Glen, James

Description of South Carolina, 30, 31n

globes

TJ's sent to Monticello, 20

Gloucester Point

and case of Little Sarah, 467

Glynn County, Ga.

and fugitive slaves, 12n

Godoy Alvarez de Faria, Manuel, Duque de la Alcudia

relations with Maria Luisa, 225-6

rise to power, 225-6

and recaptured French prizes, 227

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 669

Gohier, Louis Jérôme

and case of Little Cherub, 663-4n

gold

value, 636

Gondrecourt, Mlles

murder of, 122

Goode, Robert

and patent for John Clarke, 515

Goodwin, Nathaniel, 574n

Gore, Christopher

and case of Roland, 620, 621n, 795-6

and case of Duplaine, 795-6, 797n

Gouverneur & Kemble

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

Governor Pinckney (ship)

and British seizure of French property on U.S. ships, 564n

governors, state

and enforcement of neutrality, 75, 358, 604, 608

grain

damaged by weevil, 87, 276

threshing of, 249

damaged by Hessian fly, 276

proposed purchase for France, 283-4

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 397, 577

and British trade restrictions, 440-2, 795

exportation from Hamburg to France forbidden, 540

Grand, Ferdinand

health, 114

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

Grand, Mme Ferdinand

health, 114

Grand & Cie.

letters from, 114-15, 116, 354

account with U.S., 114, 116, 354

account with Va., 115, 116

TJ's account with, 115, 116

and American captives in Algiers, 116

mentioned, 590, 622

Grange (ship)

E. Randolph's opinion on, 31-5

released from French captivity, 35, 39, 43-4, 75, 127, 281,

571, 699, 703, 778n

captured by Embuscade, 39, 43-4, 253, 703

Granger, Edmund

appointed consular agent by Elias Vanderhorst, 251

grass, orchard

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

grass, rye

mixed with clover in Scotland, 682

grass, timothy

Sinclair's views on, 681

grasshoppers

damage crops, 278

Gravina, Federico Carlos

naval operations in Mediterranean, 587-8

Gray, Mr.

garden of, 122

Gray's Ferry, Pa.

site of TJ's house, 247

Great Britain

Economy

land values, 29

mercantile failures, 77, 289

corn imports, 250

flour imports, 250

stagnation in, 250-1

wheat imports, 250

trade with Denmark, 442

Sinclair's views on agriculture, 680-4

Foreign Relations

with Spain, 37, 140, 149, 207-10, 212n, 222, 227-8, 732

with Austria, 440

with France, 440

with Russia, 440, 441-2n

with Sardinia, 440, 442n, 496

with Tuscany, 674, 675n

Navy

operations in Mediterranean, 89, 94, 112, 140, 224,

421, 427, 435, 496, 587-8, 751

captures U.S. prizes, 435-6, 775, 786

and British trade restrictions, 440-2

Parliament

prorogation expected, 289

Politics and Government

and advisory judicial opinions, 525

libel prosecutions in, 583

Privy Council

and W. Fla. boundary, 764

and case of Philip Wilson, 771n

Public Finance

TJ's views on, 389, 392, 401

Society

and immigration to U.S., 418-20, 606, 679, 715, 716

U.S. Relations with

John Vaughan's views on, 37

Monroe's views on, 135-6, 382-3, 385

TJ's views on, 168, 187, 190, 356, 392, 450-1, 501

possibility of war with, 375n, 392

and navigation of Mississippi, 551

and free ships and free goods, 558

See also Grenville, William Wyndham, Lord; Hammond, George; Pinckney, Thomas

U.S. Trade with

French restrictions on, 230

TJ's views on, 275

War of First Coalition

restrictions on trade with France, 5-6, 275

Va. views on, 54

TJ's views on, 72, 77

inexpediency of, 78

prospects for peace, 78, 545, 546

naval operations in Mediterranean, 89, 94, 112, 140,

224, 421, 427, 435, 496, 587-8, 751

naval operations in Caribbean, 164-5

and free ships and free goods, 332, 377n

hires Hessian soldiers, 440

restrictions on neutral trade, 440-2, 776-7, 795, 796

unpopularity in England, 583-4

alleged French aggression against, 606-7

T. Pinckney's views on, 674

French declaration of war on, 686

designs on Saint-Domingue, 754-5n

See also privateers, British; privateers, French

Great Britain, King of. See George III, King of Great Britain

Green, John

and case of Columbia, 459n

Greene, Catherine Littlefield (Mrs. Nathanael Greene)

recommends Eli Whitney, 134

Hamilton's alleged favoritism to, 268n

Greene, George Washington

death, 134

Greene, Nathanael

and militia, 219-20

mentioned, 268n

Greenleaf, Thomas

letter to, 390

sends newspapers to TJ, 390

Greenleaf & Co.

and case of Jay, 436n

Green river

and Cherokee boundary with U.S., 414n

Grenada, W.I.

plague in, 392n

Grenville, William Wyndham, Lord

and impressment, 6

and passports for U.S. ships, 187n

alleged intelligence about Federalists, 219, 220n

and reorganization of British consular service, 220n

and restoration of French prizes, 287

and infractions of peace treaty, 329

and case of Suckey, 377n

supports W. A. Bowles, 415n

approves TJ's response to Hammond, 440

and British trade restrictions, 440-2, 673-4, 776-7

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 441n

and case of Philip Wilson, 770-1

Grey, Sir Charles

and British West Indian expedition, 777

Greyhound (ship)

escapes capture by French privateer, 36n

seized by Duplaine, 795-6, 797n

captured by Roland, 797n

Griffin, Cyrus, 292

Griffin, John Tayloe

letter to, 312-13

letter from, 292

financial affairs, 21, 188, 242, 292n

requests loan from TJ, 292, 312-13

identified, 292n

Griffin, Samuel

and U.S. guarantee of French possessions in America, 121

Griffith, Dennis

letter from, 798

Map of the State of Maryland, 798

identified, 798n

Gros-Morne, Martinique

and slave rebellion, 164

Grotius, Hugo

De Jure Belli ac Pacis, 32-3, 34, 35n

mentioned, 512

Grouvelle, Philippe Antoine

and Genet's letter of credence, 48-9

grubs

damage crops, 278

Guadeloupe, W.I.

murders in, 122

Guel le Sieur, M.

and case of Ranger, 564n

Guernsey, Channel Island

and British privateering, 331, 564n

Guilford Court House, N.C.

battle of, 219-20

Guion, Isaac

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

gunpowder

captured by French, 370, 371

Gurney, Francis

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Gustavus III, King of Sweden, 733

gypsum

Sinclair's views on, 680, 681

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