Volume 26 Index

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H

Habersham, John

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 139n

Hale, Capt. See Hall (Hale), John

half disme

coinage of, 676

Hall (Hale), John

and case of Trusty, 417-18

mentioned, 360

Hall, Parry

letter from, 566

proposed edition of Notes on the State of Virginia, 566

Hallet, Stephen

memorandum from, 468-9

and Thornton's Capitol plan, 425-7, 455, 489-95, 517-19

and plaster of paris, 468-9

dismissal of, 519n

plan for Capitol, 519n

ham

captured by British, 337

Hamburg

trade with Le Havre, 368n

U.S. consul at, 539

embargoes grain exports to France, 540

requests departure of French minister, 540

ships captured by French, 540

U.S. trade with, 540

trade with St. Barthélemy, 625n

Hamilton, Alexander

letters to, 161, 321, 361

letters from, 22-3, 99, 173, 243-4, 355, 437, 460, 571, 661, 759

memorandum from, 24

and Genet's recall, xxxix-xli, 448n, 499, 503, 554-5, 598,

652, 688-91, 693-4, 713-14n, 720, 730-1, 745, 752, 759

portrait of, xl, 340 (illus.)

and southern whale fishery, 22-3

and TJ's letter to Ternant, 24, 44n, 55

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

and restoration of French prizes, 51-2n, 72, 186, 260,

603-4, 607-8, 620, 621, 627

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

and excise act, 62

and withdrawal from U.S. ports of French privateers

commissioned by Genet in U.S., 72, 161, 196n, 199n, 296,

321, 327, 498, 620

and exchange rate with France, 84n

and U.S. debt to France, 84n, 179-80, 204, 283-4, 320n, 321,

347-52, 553-4

and duties on wine, 99, 105

letter to cited, 99n

and accounts of Grand & Cie. with U.S., 114, 116, 354

and case of Gideon Henfield, 131n, 160n, 161, 173

and new commercial treaty with France, 132, 748n, 749-50

and proposed purchase of provisions in U.S. for France, 132,

146, 174-84, 252, 283-4

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 138-40, 796-7

offered French citizenship, 142n

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 150n, 161,

206n, 328

and sale of French prizes in U.S., 152n, 155-6n, 161, 498,

528, 529

and Chickasaw-Creek war, 156-7, 173

health, 157n, 161n

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 160n,

161, 173, 498-9, 693

letters from Washington, 176-7, 582-3, 611, 752

and Mint, 186n

conflict with TJ, 193-4, 201-5, 206, 219, 241, 267, 293-5,

303-7, 545, 601-2, 606, 652, 689-90

and foreign loans, 193-4, 201-5, 206, 241, 293-5, 303-7,

352n, 545, 606

John Beckley's intelligence about, 219

status in eyes of Pitt ministry, 219

alleged plan for monarchical government, 220-1

and Beaumarchais's claim on U.S., 243-7, 277

and case of Catharine from Halifax, 258, 260

and French right to commission privateers in U.S., 259-60,

296, 327, 446-52

and French captures of British prizes, 260

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

260, 358, 620

alleged favoritism to Baron de Glaubeck, 267-8

dispute with Andrew G. Fraunces, 267

alleged favoritism to Mrs. Greene, 268n

and John Cleves Symmes's application for land patent, 269

and loan from Bank of United States, 280

and case of Citoyen Genet, 296, 569

and case of Republican, 296, 620

and case of Sans Culotte, 296, 569

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 310n, 352n

Jacques Odier recommended to, 319

and infractions of peace treaty, 328, 333

attitude toward Genet, 342n, 602

and final settlement of state accounts, 343, 666n

and case of William, 358, 361

and detention of French prizes in U.S. ports, 358, 484

and case of Suckey, 361

and British relations with Western Indians, 362n

relations with Nicholas Cruger, 374n

and British neutrality policy, 377n

resides outside Philadelphia, 401

seeks house in Philadelphia, 401

"Pacificus" essays, 403, 404n, 444, 521, 549, 553, 585-6,

606, 623, 624n, 650, 654-5, 741

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 403, 650

and U.S. guarantee of French possessions in America, 403

and suspension of payment on bills drawn to supply

Saint-Domingue, 437-8

and case of Little Sarah, 438, 446-52, 460, 463-4, 467, 482

and case of Swallow, 438, 620

and arming of French privateers in U.S., 446-52, 528

and Short's business affairs, 460, 571

letter from cited, 473-4n

and referral of neutrality questions to Supreme Court,

484-5, 524, 525, 527-9, 537

and arming of allied ships in U.S. ports, 485, 498, 528, 579

and case of Jane, 485

and arming of French ships in U.S., 498, 527

and enlistment in belligerent service of belligerent

citizens in U.S., 499, 529, 579, 609

and French use of French arms in U.S., 499

and sale of U.S. ships built for war, 499

proposed appeal to American people, 503, 554-5, 598, 601-2,

606, 652, 689-90, 720

and opposition to excise in Ky., 507n

and cannon for Mud Island, 508-9

and purchase of saltpeter, 508-9

Federalist attitudes toward, 523, 552

and French right to fit out privateers in U.S., 527, 528,

620, 693

questions for Supreme Court, 527-9, 537

and use of U.S. ports by armed allied ships, 527-8, 620

and allied right to fit out privateers in U.S., 528

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 528,

529, 554, 693, 795-6

and belligerent captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters, 529

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in belligerent service, 529

and maritime jurisdiction of U.S., 529

method of addressing Genet, 545

unpopularity in Va., 545

and British seizure of French property on U.S. ships, 554

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 554, 555n

and early meeting of Congress, 555, 608, 615n, 650

and Pascal's contribution to General Advertiser, 555, 694

and arming of belligerent ships in U.S., 579, 608

and neutrality rules, 579-80, 608-9

proposed neutrality rules, 579

and repair of belligerent ships in U.S., 579

and U.S. treaty obligations and neutrality, 580-1, 588, 609

and compensation for French prizes, 603-4, 607-8, 627

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

U.S., 604

and War of First Coalition, 606-7

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

U.S., 607-8

and battle between Boston and Embuscade, 608

and equipment of belligerent ships in U.S., 608

and equipment of merchant ships in U.S., 608-9

and equipment of allied privateers in U.S., 609

and equipment of allied ships in U.S., 609

and equipment of French ships in U.S., 609

and alleged French refugee plots against Saint-Domingue, 620

and case of Roland, 620, 795-6

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

plans to retire, 627, 629

"No Jacobin" essays, 650, 651n

relations with E. Randolph, 652-3

and sinking fund, 661

and Genet's threat to appeal from Washington to American

people, 694

and addresses in support of Proclamation of Neutrality, 717n

criticized by "Turn-Coat," 720

and relations with France, 720, 730-1

and case of Duplaine, 795-6

and British trade restrictions, 796

and French trade restrictions, 796

mentioned, 133n, 604n

Hamilton, John

and case of Eunice, 25, 67

and French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S., 25

and passports for U.S. ships, 187n

and case of Fanny, 379n

and case of John Cooper, 648

and case of Orion, 787

Hammond, George

letters to, 38-40, 197-8, 270-1, 321, 322, 361-2, 362,

375-6, 378, 487, 596, 612-13, 634-5, 639-40, 641, 752, 765

letters from, 150, 199-200, 261, 284-5, 322-3, 329-30, 381,

469-70, 496-7, 640, 642-3, 724-6, 789-90

memorials from, 216-18, 253, 335, 378-9, 461, 547-8, 584-5

and French violations of U.S. neutrality, 24, 37n

and Sir John Temple's consular commission, 27

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

42-3, 125, 253

memorials from submitted to Washington, 38, 258, 585n

and case of Grange, 39

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 39, 43,

125-6, 499, 501

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

39, 199-200, 253-4, 260, 262, 335, 378-9, 381

and restoration of French prizes, 39, 50, 150, 167, 186,

197-8, 199-200, 216-18, 253-4, 260, 270-1, 285, 286-7, 335,

378-9, 461-2, 584-5, 621, 634-5, 640, 708, 722, 789-90

and sale of arms to France, 39, 42

and French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S., 40, 43,

125-6, 216-17, 501

letters to submitted to Washington, 40n, 45, 55, 280, 327,

378n, 479-80, 488n, 639, 642

memorials submitted to Ternant, 42

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

letter to submitted to Ternant, 55

and case of Joseph Ravara, 103, 105n

and U.S. arms sales to France, 124

and infractions of peace treaty, 166, 322, 327, 328, 329-30,

333, 361-2

and British carrying trade, 191-2

and case of William, 199-200, 335, 342-3, 378, 381

letters from submitted to Washington, 199n, 218n, 285n,

323n, 330n, 336n, 470n, 480, 497n, 642, 790n

and case of Fanny, 200, 378-9

and French captures of British prizes, 218, 253-4, 260, 262,

270-1, 378-9, 461-2, 584-5

and reorganization of British consular service, 219

status in eyes of Pitt ministry, 219

and case of Catharine from Halifax, 253-4, 258, 260, 262,

270-1, 285

and case of Citoyen Genet, 285, 296

and case of Sans Culotte, 285, 296

and French right to commission privateers in U.S., 285

and withdrawal from U.S. ports of French privateers

commissioned by Genet in U.S., 285, 296, 321, 322-3, 362,

461, 584-5, 620, 708

and delay in pursuing belligerent ships leaving U.S. ports, 291n

and British retention of western posts, 322, 361-2

and British relations with Western Indians, 329, 361-2

and debts to British creditors, 330

Washington's criticism of, 333

and U.S. jurisdiction over belligerent prize cases, 335, 342-3

and case of Suckey, 338, 361, 375-7, 379-80, 386, 639

and British captures of U.S. prizes, 375-7, 568, 630-1, 639-40

and restoration of British prizes, 375-7, 642-3

conversation with TJ on British neutrality, 377n

secretary appointed British vice-consul in Maryland, 398n

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 403-4

TJ's response to approved by Grenville, 440

and case of Lovely Lass, 461-2

and case of Prince William Henry, 461-2

and arming of allied ships in U.S. ports, 469-70

and case of Jane, 469-70, 496-7, 506

and referral of neutrality questions to Supreme Court,

484-5, 487

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

and case of Little Sarah, 547-8

and case of Molly, 568, 639

and Genet's recall, 569

and case of Jane of Dublin, 584-5, 600-1

and British captures of French prizes, 596-7, 611, 612-13, 618

and case of Republican tender, 596-7, 611, 612-13, 618, 630

visits N.Y., 596, 618

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

611, 612-13, 618

returns to Philadelphia, 630

and compensation for French prizes, 634-5, 708, 722, 789-90

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

U.S., 634-5, 640, 641

and case of Flora, 639-40

and case of Sophia, 640

and Pagan v. Hooper, 724-6

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 740, 784

and British consular appointments, 752, 765

and British trade restrictions, 776

mentioned, 195, 506, 524, 571, 604n, 698

Hampton Roads

and French privateering, 25n, 36n

and case of Orion, 787

Hancock, John

letter to, 390

and case of Roland, 620, 621n, 796

and case of Duplaine, 796

mentioned, 170

handkerchiefs

captured by British, 459n

Hanging Maw (Indian)

and Creek hostilities with U.S., 413n

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 414n

Hannagan, James

and case of Prosperity, 389n

Hannah (brig)

and case of Suckey, 338

detained at New Providence, 567n

Hannah (sloop)

carries dispatches to G. Morris, 759

Hanover

war with France, 68

Hanse Towns

freight charges for, 8

Harbaugh, Leonard

and bridge for Federal District, 426-7n

Harding, Mr.

and counterfeiting of state currency in England, 779

Hare (Indian)

relations with Spain, 414n

Hare (Spanish frigate)

and southern whale fishery, 23n

Harison, Richard

letter to, 261-2

letters from, 330-1, 560-1

and case of Catharine from Halifax, 254n, 260, 262, 270, 330

and case of Republican, 260, 261-2, 270, 271, 560-1

letter to submitted to Washington, 262-3n, 270

letter to quoted, 263n

and N.Y. boundary problems, 330-1

Harmar, Josiah

and proposed attack on New Orleans by U.S. citizens, 412-13n

Harriet (ship), 21-2

Harriott, John

letter to, 622-3

letter from, 597

introduced to TJ, 5, 7n

identified, 597-8n

settles in U.S., 597, 622-3

Harris, Mr.

J. G. Jefferson's account with, 213-14, 258-9

Harris, David

and case of Regulator, 459n

Harris, John

and case of Catharine of Jamaica, 667n

Harrison, Benjamin

and circular letter to merchants, 769n

Harrison, Richard

letter from, 286

audits Department of State accounts, 286

Harrison, Thomas

steals slaves from E. Fla., 14n, 89

Hartford, Conn.

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Harvie, John

letter to, 105

hats

captured by British, 337

Hauterive, Alexandre Maurice d'

appointed French consul at New York City, 80, 157-8

exequatur for, 80n

and case of Catharine from Halifax, 254n, 560

and case of Republican, 257n, 282n, 298, 340, 341-2n

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

and French right to commission privateers in U.S., 298, 341-2n

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 341-2n, 511, 560

and use of U.S. ports by armed allied ships, 359, 360, 424-5

and case of York, 374n

and case of Swallow, 424-5

and Tammany Society, 555

and case of Republican tender, 597

mentioned, 565n

Hawker, John

appointed consular agent by Elias Vanderhorst, 251

receives vice-consular appointment from Thomas Auldjo, 435

Hawkins Hole, Va.

and French privateering, 25n

hay

and crop-rotation plan of T. M. Randolph, Jr., 593

for cattle, 681

produced from clover, 681

produced from timothy grass, 681

salting of coarse in U.S., 681

Sinclair's views on, 681

Hay, Robert

ends partnership with J. M. Bulkeley, 228

Hay, William

letter from cited, 516n

Head of Elk, Md.

and tenant farmers for Monticello, 65

Heath, Mr.

and counterfeiting of state currency in England, 779

Hector (U.S. ship and French privateer)

and French right to commission privateers in U.S., 436-7

renamed Vainqueur de la Bastille, 452-3

See alsoVainqueur de la Bastille (U.S. ship and French

privateer)

heifers

for Thomas Digges, 779

Heith, Henry

and wine for TJ, 45

"Helvidius"

pseudonym used by Madison, 624n, 729, 741

Hemings, Elizabeth (TJ's slave), 65

Hemings, John (TJ's slave)

and remodeling of Monticello, 65

hemp

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

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

exportation from Russia to U.S., 682

production in U.S., 682

Sinclair's views on, 682-3

importation by Great Britain, 683

Henfield, Gideon

prosecuted for enlisting in French service, 41n, 81n, 130-1,

145-6, 154, 159-61, 173, 198, 382, 499, 502, 689, 702, 714n

acquitted by jury, 611, 653-4, 702, 713n

Hénin, Etiennette Guignot de Monconseil, Princesse d'

letter from Lafayette, 723-4

Herring, Mr., 504

Hervey, John Augustus, Lord

opposes Tuscan neutrality, 674, 675n

Hervieux, François Henri

and detention of Vainqueur de la Bastille, 452-3

Hesse-Cassel

hires soldiers to Great Britain, 440

Hesse-Cassel, George William, Prince of

treaty with George III, 440

Hessian fly

damages crops, 276, 288

Hickling, Thomas

and case of Maria, 455n

acting consul at St. Michael, 613, 614

visited by Moors, 613

mentioned, 543n

hides

captured by British, 436n

importation by Great Britain, 683

Higginson, Stephen

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

High Court of Admiralty, British

and British trade restrictions, 6, 441n, 776-7

and impressment, 6n

and case of Jay, 436n

and British captures of U.S. prizes, 753

and case of Philip Wilson, 771n

Hill, Ebenezer

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Hirland, Mr.

and case of Trusty, 360

Hoban, James

memorandum from, 462

and Thornton's Capitol plan, 425-7, 462, 495, 506, 507n, 517-19

identified, 462-3n

observations submitted to Washington, 463n

Hoffman, Zachariah

agent for Richard Harison, 330

hogs

TJ's views on, 356

hog's lard

captured by British, 337

Holebroke (ship), 88

Holland, Benjamin

letter to, 132

memorial from, 106

and case of Joseph Ravara, 105n

and case of Little Sarah, 106, 121, 132, 558

identified, 107n

Hollingsworth, Jacob, 788

Hollingsworth, Jehu, & Co.

and case of Betsy brigantine, 793

Hollingsworth, John, & Co.

and case of Betsy brigantine, 625n

Hollingsworth, Zebulon

letter to, 363

letter from, 728

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in belligerent service, 117

and case of John Hooper, 363

identified, 363n

and case of Maxwell, 728, 740

Hollins, John

and case of Betsey, 432n, 454

Holloway, Thomas

and Mint, 191, 192-3

Holmes, John M.

relations with Creeks, 15n

Holy Roman Emperor. See Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor

Homassel, Charles

and Derieux's business affairs, 719

honey

importation by Great Britain, 683

Sinclair's views on, 683

Hood, Samuel, Viscount

naval operations in Mediterranean, 89, 421, 427, 435, 496,

542, 587-8, 751

and recaptured Spanish register ship, 230

fleet damaged by storm, 645

Hoop, Mr., 124n

Hooper, Mr.

owner of Eagle, 36n

prize master of Eunice, 36n

prosecution of, 76

Hooper, John

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 363

Hooper, Stephen

dispute with Thomas Pagan, 724-6

Hope (ship)

detained by Dutch trade embargo, 91, 143-4, 146-7

Hope (sloop)

captured by French privateer, 722n

Hopewell (British privateer)

and case of Prosperity, 389n

Hopewell, Treaty of

and Indian land cessions, 316

Hopkins, John

and Short's business affairs, 460, 571n

Horse-Hoeing Husbandry (Jethro Tull)

recommended by TJ, 241, 303

horses

cost of, 29

for TJ, 66, 325, 424, 504, 657, 721, 757, 799, 800

food for, 356, 578

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

Hortalez, Roderigue, & Cie., 246n

hospital, marine

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees in Va., 456

Hotham, William

naval operations in Mediterranean, 496

Hough, George

letter from, 539

copyright for, 539

The Female Guide, 539

identified, 539n

House, Mrs. Mary

death, 168

mentioned, 133

house joiners

for Monticello, 18, 26-7, 65, 92

Houseman & Mashiler

and case of Betsey, 432, 453

House of Representatives, U.S. See United States: House of Representatives

housewares

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19-20

Howard, Carlos

and stolen slaves, 13-14

Howe, Richard, Earl

drives French fleet into Brest, 646-7

Howell, Jacob R., 712n

Howell, Joseph, Jr.

and Robert Quarles's claim against U.S., 235

Hubbard, Nicholas

applies for U.S. citizenship, 648

Humphreys, David

letters from, 60, 140-1, 331-2, 427, 541-2, 613-14, 673, 755-6

and Barclay's mission to Morocco, 58

mission to Algiers, 60, 140, 238, 331-2, 427, 431, 517n, 751

account with Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard, 73

letters from submitted to Washington, 154, 332n, 614n, 673n, 756n

and ceremonial at N.Y., 248

payment to, 286

account with U.S., 427, 542, 755

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 430

and case of Maria, 542

and passports for U.S. ships, 542

and case of Commerant, 556

visited by Moors, 613

Hunt, Jeffrey

detained in Ga., 736-7

Hunter, Walter (Cherokee chief)

relations with Spain, 317

Hussey, Stephen

and southern whale fishery, 22-3

Hutcheson, Mr. See Hutchinson (Hutcheson), James

Hutchinson (Hutcheson), James

and address to Genet, 61

Hylton, Daniel L.

letter from, 107

and sale of Elk Hill, 87

and proposed purchase of lumber for France, 95, 107

Hylton, William

letter to, 323

letter from, 117

and proposed purchase of lumber for France, 107, 117, 323

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