Volume 26 Index

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N

Nancy (British privateer)

stops Peggy, 712n

Nancy (ship)

captured by French privateer, 388

nankeen

for Derieux, 113

Nansemond County, Va., 648

Nantes, France

and French privateering, 556

U.S. consular agent at, 743

defense of, 744

Nantucket whalers at Dunkirk

request U.S. protection, 662-3

Naples, King of. See Ferdinand IV, King of Naples

Natchez

captured by Spanish, 764

Natchez, Governor of. See Gayoso de Lemos, Manuel Luis

Natchez, Treaty of

sent to TJ, 9-10

submitted to Washington, 66

National Assembly. See France: Legislative Assembly

National Convention. See France: National Convention

National Gazette (Philadelphia)

prints consular letters, 9n

prints notices by TJ, 81n

criticism of Washington, 102

TJ's views on, 102

prints advertisement of J. Nicholas, Jr., 110n, 235

distribution of, 123, 137, 276n, 288n, 393, 553, 712n

Monroe's contribution to, 137

prints "Veritas" essays, 268n

prints "Jonathan Pindar" odes, 404

criticizes Proclamation of Neutrality, 405

Washington's criticism of, 603

prints "Franklin" essays, 656n

John Taylor of Caroline's alleged contribution to, 720

prints "Turn-Coat" essay, 720, 721n

prints Enquiry into the Principles and Tendency of certain

Public Measures, 735

mentioned, 523n

national guard, French

and insurrections, 542

National Treasury, French

and U.S. debt to France, 82, 83n, 86

National Treasury, French, Commissioners of

and U.S. debt to France, 84n

natural law

and peace, 300

naval stores

proposed purchase for France, 22, 82-7, 194-5

captured by French, 746

Ned (British privateer)

captures Maria, 454-5

Neel, Capt. (commander of Patriote), 93

Nelson, William, & Co.

and case of Ann and Susan, 739-40

Neptune (ship)

quarrel between captain and crew, 587

Nesbitt, John M.

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Netherlands

freight charges for, 8

war with France, 68, 73, 100, 194, 229, 431, 686

mercantile failures in, 77

trade embargo in, 91, 143-4

privateer captures U.S. prize, 221

U.S. debt to, 294-5, 305, 307n

loan to U.S., 347, 349

Swedish minister to, 440

trade with Denmark, 442

and free ships and free goods, 558, 706

relations with Algiers, 645

See also Dumas, Charles William Frederick; States General, Dutch; Van Berckel, Franco Petrus

Netherlands, Austrian

war with France, 229, 375n

neutrality

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, xlii, 393-5, 438-9, 785-6

and Genet's recall, xlii-xliii, 447n, 448-9n, 499, 503,

554-5, 561-2, 569, 594, 598, 606, 611, 616, 652, 685-715,

720, 722, 730-2, 745, 747, 752, 760, 762

and British trade restrictions, 5-6, 230, 275, 440-2, 673-4,

776-7, 795, 796

and French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S., 25, 36,

40, 43, 67, 71-3, 75, 77, 125-6, 137-8, 167, 195-6, 216-17,

336n, 501, 536, 572, 603

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 25n, 39,

40-1, 43, 77, 81n, 117, 125-6, 130-1, 137-8, 145-6, 154,

155-6, 159-61, 167, 173, 198, 363, 382-4, 450, 462n, 467-8,

498-9, 501-2, 611, 616, 641, 693, 696, 698, 699-702

enforcement of, 26, 270-1, 582-3, 610n, 621n, 721n, 790

and sale of U.S. ships built for war, 26, 499, 531

TJ's views on, 26, 62, 187, 188, 651-2

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

31-5, 39, 43-4, 67, 199-200, 253-4, 260, 262, 335, 358,

378-9, 381, 398-9, 560, 620, 703

and maritime jurisdiction of U.S., 31-5, 39, 43-4, 200-1n,

529, 531, 532, 536

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

42-3, 125, 253, 340, 341-2n, 454n, 480, 510-14, 528, 533,

535, 554, 557, 560, 561-2, 568, 616, 693, 696, 698, 702-4,

782, 795-6

and sale of arms to France, 39, 42, 124

and restoration of French prizes, 40n, 43-4, 50-2, 71-3, 75,

77, 127, 144-5, 150, 167, 186, 197-8, 199-200, 216-18,

253-4, 260, 270-1, 281, 285, 286-7, 335, 369-74, 378-9,

388, 398-9, 453-4, 461-2, 486-7, 531, 584-5, 600-1, 603-4,

607-8, 618-19, 620, 624-5, 627, 633, 634-5, 640, 708, 720,

722, 733, 739-40, 789-90, 792-4

and reprisals against France, 51

and French captures of U.S. prizes, 55-6, 74, 93, 142-3,

167, 185, 191, 251, 364, 366, 367, 368n, 369-74, 433,

454-5, 486-7, 542, 624-5, 663-4n, 722n, 782, 792-4

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

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

121, 141, 187, 190, 241, 247, 272-3, 382-3, 403, 571, 573n,

586, 653, 755n

and French trade restrictions, 70-1n, 162, 167, 364, 388,

488n, 614, 619, 663, 743-4, 796

and withdrawal from U.S. ports of French privateers

commissioned by Genet in U.S., 71-3, 137-8, 151-2, 154,

155-6, 161, 167, 195-6, 198, 285, 296, 321, 322-3, 362,

461, 498, 501-2, 584-5, 620, 633, 707-8

and French captures of British prizes, 72n, 106, 117, 121,

132, 218, 253-4, 260, 262, 270-1, 378-9, 461-2, 558, 584-5,

600-1, 703, 728, 797n

and hostilities between belligerents in U.S. jurisdictions, 75

and privateers commissioned by belligerents in U.S., 117

and French right to bring prizes into U.S. ports, 125-6, 128n, 231-2

Madison's views on, 133, 141, 272-3

Monroe's views on, 135-6

and sale of French prizes in U.S., 151, 152, 155-6, 161, 189,

281-2, 301, 336n, 498, 528, 529, 534-5, 536, 705-6, 710

and British privateers fitted out in U.S., 165, 344, 359

and U.S. jurisdiction over belligerent prize cases, 200-1n,

342-3, 398, 560, 703, 704

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

257-8, 259-60, 261-2, 271, 281-2, 285, 296, 297-300,

339-42, 438, 444-5, 446-53, 456-7, 463-7, 481-2, 501-2,

532, 560-1, 572, 616, 698, 699-702

and delay in pursuing belligerent ships leaving U.S. ports, 290-1, 536

and reference to Supreme Court, 291n, 484-5, 487, 488, 520,

524-38, 541, 543-4, 594, 606-7, 653

and free ships and free goods, 332, 377n, 531, 536, 557-9,

673-4, 706-7, 778n, 796

and British captures of U.S. prizes, 336-9, 375-7, 379-80,

386, 387, 433, 435-6, 454-5, 459n, 540, 564-5n, 566-7, 568,

574, 595, 626, 630-1, 632, 639-40, 646, 666-7, 753, 761,

775, 783, 786

and use of U.S. ports by armed allied ships, 341, 360, 424-5, 527-8, 531, 533, 611, 620, 704-5, 787

and detention of French prizes in U.S., 358, 361, 374, 484, 487

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

457-8, 469-70, 481n, 485, 498, 501-2, 534, 535, 579

and restoration of British prizes, 361, 375-7, 379-80, 386, 642

Hammond's conversation with TJ on British policy toward, 377n

and Spanish captures of U.S. prizes, 387, 405

and suspension of treaties with France, 403

and British seizure of French property on U.S. ships, 405,

430, 435, 458-9, 464, 481, 554, 563-5, 696, 706-7, 753

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

and French captures of Swedish prizes, 432, 453-4, 726-7, 733

and arming of French privateers in U.S., 438, 444-5, 446-52,

456-7, 463-7, 480, 481-2, 528

and French plan to liberate Canada, 438-9

and British interference with French passengers on U.S.

ships, 458-9, 464, 481, 557-9, 696, 706-7

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

and enlistment in French service of French citizens in U.S., 499, 531

and French use of French arms in U.S., 499, 531, 532, 535

and body to advise executive on, 526, 653

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

534, 535, 619, 620, 633-5, 693, 696, 699-702, 791

and allied right to fit out privateers in U.S., 528, 535, 581

and belligerent captures of prizes in U.S. territorial

waters, 529, 535-6

and enlistment in belligerent service of belligerent

citizens in U.S., 529, 609

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in belligerent service, 529, 533, 536

and arming of French ships in U.S. ports, 530-1, 532-3

and allied interference with French passengers on U.S. ships, 531

and allied seizure of French property on U.S. ships, 531

and enlistment in belligerent service of belligerent seamen

in U.S., 533

and use of U.S. ports by allied ships, 533, 534, 581

and arming of French privateers in U.S. ports, 535

and belligerent interference with French passengers on U.S. ships, 536

and belligerent seizure of French property on U.S. ships, 536

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

and equipment of merchant ships in U.S., 579, 608-9

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

U.S. rules for, 579-80, 607-10, 618, 619, 648-9

and U.S. treaty obligations, 580-1, 588, 607-8, 609

and sale of allied prizes in U.S., 581

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

and compensation for French prizes, 603-4, 607-8, 618-19,

627, 633, 634-5, 708, 720, 722, 744-5, 789-90

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

U.S., 604, 727-8

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

U.S., 607-8, 633-5, 640, 641, 720

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

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

611, 612-13, 618

and payment of duties on prize goods in U.S., 620, 696, 705-6

and circular letter to merchants, 762, 767-8, 792

See also passports (sea letters); Proclamation of Neutrality

neutrality act

passage of, 131n

New Bern, N.C.

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

New Brunswick, Canada

trade with Jamaica, 666n

New Castle, Del.

and French privateering, 739-40

New Hampshire

and printing of laws, 5

and advisory judicial opinions, 525

and circular letter to merchants, 767-8

New Jersey

and printing of laws, 5

and addresses in support of Proclamation of Neutrality, 717n

and circular letter to merchants, 767-8

counterfeiting of currency of, 780, 781-2

mentioned, 31, 32, 34

New Madrid

Spanish establishment at, 313

governor of, 314

New Orleans

need for U.S. agent at, 132, 303

Spanish reinforcements for, 168

and fur trade, 227

made free port, 227, 428-9

inland communications, 313

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, 394n

proposed attack on by U.S. citizens, 412n, 413n

and U.S. right to navigate Mississippi, 477

trade, 765

New Providence, Bahamas

trade with Philadelphia, 68n

U.S. ships carried to by British privateers, 564n, 565n,

567, 639, 642-3

mentioned, 36n

newspapers

and printing of laws, 4-5

for T. Pinckney, 6

Viar and Jaudenes's criticism of, 474-6, 505, 562

Newton, Thomas, Jr.

and French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S., 36n

and case of Eunice, 76

and Va. quarantine against plague, 391-2

and case of Orion, 787

New York

and printing of laws, 5

British consul in, 27

support for Proclamation of Neutrality in, 651

and addresses in support of Proclamation of Neutrality, 717n

and circular letter to merchants, 767-8

counterfeiting of currency of, 780, 781

New York, District Attorney of. See Harison, Richard

New York, Governor of. See Clinton, George

New York, Treaty of

Cherokee boundary under, 15n

implementation of, 16n, 414n

and Chickasaw-Creek war, 313-14

and Creek land cessions, 407

violated by Creeks, 409

mentioned, 315n, 415n

New York Bay, 532

New York Chamber of Commerce

and circular letter to merchants, 768n, 769n

New York City

French consul at (see Hauterive, Alexandre Maurice d')

and neutrality, 26

passports for U.S. ships at, 57

and French privateering, 257-8, 260, 262, 271, 298, 708

and use of U.S. ports by allied ships, 359, 360

trade with France, 435, 664n

trade with Great Britain, 435

French fleet at, 555n

Genet's address to citizens of, 760

New York City, Mayor of. See Varick, Richard

New-York Journal, and Patriotic Register

sent to TJ, 390

New-York Journal, and Weekly Register

sent to TJ, 390

Nice

reported Sardinian reconquest of, 112

Nicholas, George

letter to, 507

letter from submitted to Washington, 327

declines appointment as district attorney for Ky., 507-8n

letters from cited, 507-8n

and opposition to excise in Ky., 507

Nicholas, John (Jack), 586, 587n

Nicholas, John, Jr.

letter to, 235

letter from, 109-10

and sale of Va. lands, 109, 235

Nicholas, John, Sr. (of Seven Islands), 109

Nicholas, Louisa Carter (Mrs. John Nicholas, Jr.), 235

Nicholas, Wilson Cary

relations with E. Randolph, 168, 273

and French Revolution, 302

and relations with France, 548-9

mentioned, 587n, 655, 799

Nicholson, John

and case of George Allison, 468

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 551, 563

Nightingale, Joseph

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Nivison, John, 379n

Nixon, John

letters to, 142-3, 191, 256

letters from, 142, 143, 185, 248, 792

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

identified, 142n

and circular letter to merchants, 768n, 792

letter from cited, 792n

Noailles, Louis Marie, Vicomte de

visits U.S., 215

and Pascal's contribution to General Advertiser, 555

relations with Talon, 555

Noble, Mr.

and case of Republican, 257n

nobles

abolition of titles in France, 356, 401

and Brittany insurrection, 356, 401

Noel, John Young

and stolen slaves, 13-14

Nogales, Treaty of

ends Chickasaw-Creek war, 157n

Nogr, Gaston de

and case of Regulator, 459n, 557

"No Jacobin"

pseudonym used by Hamilton, 650, 651n

Norfolk, England

wheat bounty in, 682

Norfolk, Va.

British consul at (see Hamilton, John)

mayor (see Taylor, Robert)

and naval stores, 22

trade with Jamaica, 36n

trade with St. Eustatius, 36n

defense of, 76

impact of French privateering on, 189

court of aldermen, 455-6

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 455-6

trade with Antigua, 601n

militia, 648

privateer fitted out at, 648

Norfolk County, Va., 648

Normandy, France

threat of revolt in, 69

Norman's ford, 504

North Carolina

and printing of laws, 5

militia, 220

land cession to U.S., 568

and circular letter to merchants, 767-8

North Carolina, Governor of. See Spaight, Richard Dobbs

North Carolina sound, 532

Northwest Ordinance, 568

Northwest Territory

peace negotiations with Indians in, 99-100, 138, 235, 247,

250, 275, 287, 385, 393, 415n

conflict with Indians in, 135, 329, 361-2, 414n

and congressional review of territorial acts, 327n

limitation act disapproved by Congress, 568

absence of judges from, 643, 659

judicial tenure in, 643, 644n

legislature summoned to meet, 643, 659

TJ asked to report on, 660

Notbeck, Mr.

and Russian trade restrictions, 777, 778n

Notes on the State of Virginia

map in, 30

cited by J. Nicholas, Jr., 109

Parry Hall's proposed edition of, 566

and Md.-Va. boundary, 798

Nourse, Joseph

and southern whale fishery, 22-3

and register for Philadelphia Packet, 192n

Nouveau commentaire sur l'ordonnance de la marine (René

Josué Valin)

cited by E. Randolph, 33, 35n

Nouveau voyage en Espagne (J. F. Bourgoing), 488-9

Nouvel, Pierre

and case of Regulator, 459n, 557

Nowell, James

ship captured by British privateer, 626

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