Volume 26 Index

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P

Pache, Jean Nicolas

and Genet's letter of credence, 48-9

and Ternant's recall, 61-2

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

"Pacificus"

pseudonym used by Hamilton, 403, 444, 553, 624n, 650, 741

Packwood, John

impressed by British, 753n

Pagan, Thomas

dispute with Stephen Hooper, 724-6

Page, John

and Wayles estate debt, 544

Page, Mann

and relations with France, 303

Pain, Thomas (Lachua chief)

relations with Creeks, 16n

Paine, Thomas

Rights of Man, 715

paintings

TJ's sent to Monticello, 20

Palmer, Martin

and fugitive slaves, 12n

pans

TJ's sent to Monticello, 20

Panton, Leslie & Co.

Indian attacks on, 16n

described, 17n

Panton, William

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 414n

Paoli, Pasquale

British aid to, 588

pardons

for George D. Usher, 319-20

for Hezekiah Usher, 319-20

Paris

conflict in, 167, 331

Paris, Treaty of. See Peace Treaty, Definitive (1783)

Parish, John

letter from, 539-40

consul at Hamburg, 539

security for, 539, 540n

letter from cited, 540n

Parker & Rogers, 716

Parrock, James

forced to sell cargo at M‡laga, 587

Parsons, Mr.

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

parties

TJ's views on, 190, 401

Pascal, M.

contribution to General Advertiser, 555, 616, 694

secretary to Genet, 555

passports (sea letters)

for U.S. ships, 57, 94, 187, 239, 275-6, 286, 355, 392-3,

434, 542, 645

issued by foreign officials to U.S. ships, 357, 368n

charge for engraving, 635

sent to TJ, 734

Pasteur, William, 538n

pasture

in Pa., 30

patent act

cited by John Clarke, 515, 538

mentioned, 631n

patents

for John Clarke, 289, 387, 515-16, 538, 631n

for Eli Whitney, 334

for Abijah Babcock, 353-4

Paterson, Mr.

and threshing machine, 249

Paterson, William

letters to, 488, 520

letter from, 543

and referral of neutrality questions to Supreme Court, 488,

506, 507n, 520, 526, 537, 543-4, 550

letter to submitted to Washington, 488n

letter to Washington, 543-4

letter from Washington, 550

Patriote (French privateer)

captures Aurora, 93

Patterson, Robert

as patent arbitrator, 631

Pattin (Patten), John

ship captured by Algerines, 421, 427

Patty (ship)

forced to unload cargo at Cherbourg, 664n

Paul, Capt. (master of Amiable), 147n

Peace Treaty, Definitive (1783)

and U.S. jurisdiction over Delaware Bay, 32

infractions of, 166, 322, 327, 328, 329-30, 361-2, 674

and British retention of western posts, 329, 330n, 361-2

and debts to British creditors, 330

mentioned, 146n

peaches

in Pa., 546

Petit's recipe for, 617-18

Peacock, James

letter from, 418-20

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

Peacock, William

letter from, 418-20

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

Peale, Charles Willson

portrait of Washington, xxxix, 340 (illus.)

portrait of Hamilton, xl, 340 (illus.)

pearl ash

price, 167

peas

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 402, 422, 423, 577, 658

and crop-rotation plan of T. M. Randolph, Jr., 471, 592

Pease, Capt. (master of Patty)

ship forced to unload cargo at Cherbourg, 664n

"Peep into the Antifederal Club, A," xliii, 340 (illus.)

Peggy (ship)

damaged by Little Sarah, 712n

stopped by Culloden, 712n

stopped by Nancy, 712n

stopped by Spanish privateer, 712n

Peirce, Benjamin

letter from, 442-3

and U.S. trade with Denmark, 442-3, 547

Pellessier, Jean Baptiste

and case of Suckey, 337, 339n

Pendleton, Edmund

and Caroline County address on neutrality, 766

conflict with G. Wythe, 767n

Pendleton, Nathaniel

and case of Joseph Riviere, 736n

Pennsylvania

and printing of laws, 5

agriculture in, 30

opposition to excise act in, 62

oaths of allegiance to, 308, 336, 337, 376n, 377n, 632, 633n

Sinclair's queries about agriculture in, 680-4

and circular letter to merchants, 767-8

counterfeiting of currency of, 780

Pennsylvania, Governor of. See Mifflin, Thomas

Pensacola, Treaty of

submitted to Washington, 66

Pensacola, W. Fla.

captured by Spanish, 764

mentioned, 764

Pereira da Costa Silveira, João Manoel

and acting U.S. consul at St. Michael, 614n

Perkins, Capt. (master of Ranger)

ship captured by British privateer, 564n

Perpignan, France

Spanish defeat at, 755

Peter. See Ardens, Petter

Peters, Richard

and Arthur Young's agricultural queries, 31n

and case of Fanny, 200-1n

and case of William, 200-1n, 560

and U.S. jurisdiction over belligerent prize cases, 335, 560

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 502

and Washington's crop-rotation plan, 658

Pétion de Villeneuve, Jérôme

arrest of, 366

and assault on Tuileries, 366

described, 369n

Petit, Adrien

list of TJ's packages sent to M. J. Randolph, 18-20

M. J. Randolph's regard for, 381

recipes sent to M. J. Randolph, 617-18

Petite Démocrate

renamed from Little Sarah, 447n

See also Little Sarah

Peyton, Mr.

candidacy for superintendency of magazine, 503

Philadelphia

French consul at (see Dupont, François)

master warden (see Falconer, Nathaniel)

and French privateering, 7-8, 52n, 72n, 130n, 217, 282n,

285, 378, 399, 417, 600-1, 640, 708, 791, 793

and neutrality, 26

and restoration of French prizes, 52n

passports for U.S. ships at, 57

reception for Genet, 61

trade with New Providence, 68n

trade with Kingston, 106

insult to Amiable in, 147, 158

weather in, 169

trade with Jamaica, 253, 470n

trade with Port-au-Prince, 337

allied ships armed at, 359-60

trade with St. Lucia, 459n

trade with Saint-Domingue, 566-7, 632

trade with France, 587

opposition to Genet in, 651

masonry costs at, 671-2

trade with Azores, 726

trade with Ireland, 739-40

trade with Londonderry, 740n

merchant address in support of Proclamation of Neutrality, 741

Genet's address to citizens of, 760

committee of merchants, 768-9n, 792

and circular letter to merchants, 768n, 792

Philadelphia Packet (ship)

register of, 191-2

Phillips, Benjamin Hamnell

letters from, 221, 575

not recognized as consul at Curaao, 221-2

letters from submitted to Washington, 222n, 480, 576n

and case of Fury, 575-6

letter from cited, 576n

mentioned, 506

"Philogenet"

and John Bill Ricketts's toast to Washington, 523n

Pickens, Andrew

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 139

Pickering, Timothy, 277n

Pigou (ship)

and impressment, 753n

mentioned, 598, 679, 777

Pigou, Frederick, 584, 680

Pile, Michael

and case of Fanny, 378-9

Pillnitz, Declaration of

cited by TJ, 602

mentioned, 603n

pillows

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

pimento

captured by French, 254n

Pinckney, Thomas

letters to, 191-2, 286-8, 379-80, 742, 761

letters from, 5-6, 249, 288-9, 332-3, 439-1, 454, 598-9,

673-4, 770, 776-7

and Mint, 4n, 191, 192-3, 288, 598, 674, 753, 777

and British trade restrictions, 5-6, 440-2, 673-4, 776-7,

795, 796, 797n

and impressment, 6, 191-2, 674

newspapers for, 6

letters from cited, 7n, 742n

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

and model of threshing machine for TJ, 62, 249, 742, 775-6

letter to cited, 109n

and olive culture in S.C., 112

and neutrality, 190

and case of Philip Wilson, 191, 770-1

and case of Lafayette, 192

letters from submitted to Washington, 192, 289n, 333n, 599n, 675n

letters to submitted to Washington, 193, 264n, 288n

and agreement between Great Britain and Spain on recaptured

French prizes, 227

and consular affairs, 231, 251, 753, 777

and Humphreys's mission to Algiers, 238, 332

and passports for U.S. ships, 286

cipher for, 288, 333n

letter to quoted, 288n

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 328

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

and case of Suckey, 361, 377n, 379-80

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 430, 431, 590n, 742

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 440, 441n

and case of Maria, 454-5, 542

and French captures of U.S. prizes, 454-5

and British captures of U.S. prizes, 646

and case of Active, 646

and infractions of peace treaty, 674

and War of First Coalition, 674

account with U.S., 755, 777

and case of Catharine of Jamaica, 761

and aid for seamen, 770

and British West Indian expedition, 777

letter from Thomas Digges, 779-80

letter from quoted, 779n

and case of Jay, 787

mentioned, 254, 255, 280, 451, 463, 547n, 584, 622, 680, 716

pine boards

captured by British, 337

Pintard, John Marsden

letters from, 434, 556

and consular fees, 434

and French prisoners, 434

letters from cited, 434n

and case of Commerant, 556

seeks to serve as French consul at Madeira, 556

Piomingo (Pyamingo) (Chickasaw chief)

and land cessions to U.S., 265

Pitt, William, 755n

Pittsburgh

agriculture in, 29

price of land in, 31

plague

Va. quarantine against, 391-2, 438, 479, 516

in Algiers, 614, 645

Plan de constitution présenté à la convention nationale (Marquis de Condorcet)

sent to TJ, 400

plaster of paris

Hallet's memorandum on, 468-9

plow, moldboard

TJ's views on, 586

plows

for Madison, 133, 241, 303, 521, 545, 586

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

Plumard de Bellanger, Mme

and Derieux's legacy, 539

Plutarch, 236, 237n

Plymouth, England

consular agents for, 251

impressment in, 753n

Poland

mercantile failures in, 77

partition of, 78, 584

Dumas's views on, 113

Pollock, Carlile

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

Pollock, George

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

Polly (ship), 389n

Polly (sloop)

renamed Republican, 257n

See also Republican (French privateer)

Polverel, Etienne

conflict with Galbaud, 555n

grants freedom to certain Saint-Domingue slaves, 555n

alleged British influence on, 755n

Pope, Nathaniel

as attorney for TJ, 101, 190, 381, 551

Pope, William, 214

poplar trees

at Monticello, 65

pork

price, 9

captured by British, 337, 436n, 646

Port-au-Prince, Saint-Domingue

U.S. ships seized at, 142-3, 185, 229-30, 369-74, 486-7

trade with Philadelphia, 337

council, 371

court of admiralty, 371

destruction of, 504

porter, 213

Porter, Mr., 504

Porter, Andrew

letter from, 641

servant enlists in French service, 641

identified, 641n

porticoes

at Monticello, 65

proper proportions of, 403

Portland (ship)

captured by Thought, 646

Portsmouth, N.H.

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Portugal

French ambassador to (see Arbot, M. d')

demand for corn in, 77

fleet movements, 140, 427

army, 331

relations with France, 331, 541, 556

and naval protection against Algiers, 421, 614

dispute between minister of marine and naval commanders, 427

sends troops to Spain, 541, 673, 755

and free ships and free goods, 558

expels Moors, 613

treaty with Morocco, 613

Dutch minister to, 614

reportedly enters war against France, 741

See also Humphreys, David

postal service

in Va., 325, 380, 784

potash

at Monticello, 65

potatoes

for livestock, 356

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 397, 402, 422, 423, 577, 658

and crop-rotation plan of T. M. Randolph, Jr., 471, 592

for oxen, 578

and Washington's crop-rotation plan, 658

Potter, Capt. (master of Union)

detained by Sans Culotte, 25n

Powel, Elizabeth Willing (Mrs. Samuel Powel), 522

Powhatan (ship), 21-2

Pragers & Co.

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 94, 354, 516, 546

Prance, Capt. (master of Joseph)

ship captured by Sans Culotte, 218

Prato, Giovannini da

claim on Mazzei, 188

seeks to be tenant farmer at Edgehill, 668

Preble, Capt. (master of Commerce)

ship captured by Tyger, 251

Preble, Edward

quarrel with crew, 587

President, U.S. See United States: President

press, freedom of

TJ's views on, 102, 505

Price, David

partner of Robert Leslie, 463

Price, George

ship captured by British privateer, 632, 640

Price, Moses

almost killed by Creeks, 413n

Priestley, Henry

plans to settle in U.S., 679-80

Priestley, Joseph

plans to settle in U.S., 679-80, 716

relations with Thomas Cooper, 715

Priestley, Joseph, Jr.

plans to settle in U.S., 679-80, 716

introduced to TJ, 716

Prince Edward County, Va.

corn crop, 746

Prince William Henry (ship)

captured by Citoyen Genet, 461-2

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

and restoration of French prizes, 620, 621, 634-5

privateering

Monroe's views on, 384

privateers, allied

forbidden to fit out in U.S., 50, 71, 581, 609

forbidden to be commissioned in U.S., 75-6n

forbidden to arm in U.S., 76

forbidden to bring prizes into U.S. ports, 231-2

privateers, British

molest Danish ships, 78

capture U.S. prizes, 165, 336-9, 375-7, 379-80, 387, 433,

435-6, 454-5, 459n, 566-7, 574, 595, 626, 632, 639-40, 646, 753

fitted out in U.S., 165, 344, 359

seize French property, 280

and letters of marque, 387

damage U.S. ships, 388-9n

and British trade restrictions, 440-2

forbidden to fit out in U.S., 700

privateers, Dutch

capture U.S. prize, 221

forbidden to fit out in U.S., 700

privateers, French

capture British prizes, 7-8, 25, 36n, 50-2, 67, 72n, 77,

117, 199-200, 218, 230, 260, 270-1, 335n, 378-9, 398-9,

461-2, 584-5, 600-1, 703, 728, 744-5, 797n

commissioned by Genet in U.S., 25, 36, 40, 43, 51-2n, 67,

71-3, 75, 77, 125-6, 137-8, 167, 195-6, 216-17, 336n, 501,

572, 603

forbidden to fit out in U.S., 50

capture U.S. prizes, 55-6, 74, 93, 167, 251, 364, 367, 368n,

433, 624-5, 663-4n, 722n, 739-40, 782

right to bring prizes into U.S. ports, 71-2, 125-8, 231-2

and withdrawal from U.S. ports, 71-3, 137-8, 151-2, 154,

155-6, 161, 167, 195-6, 285, 296, 321, 322-3, 362, 461,

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

forbidden to arm in U.S., 76

molest Danish ships, 78

impact on Norfolk trade, 189

right to commission in U.S., 231-3, 257-8, 259-60, 261-2,

271, 281-2, 285, 296-300, 339-42, 438, 444-5, 446-53,

456-7, 463-7, 481-2, 501-2, 572, 616, 698, 699-702, 711

capture Swedish prizes, 432, 453-4, 726-7, 733

arming of in U.S., 438, 444-5, 446-52, 456-7, 463-7, 480,

481-2, 527, 528, 531, 532-3, 534, 535

right to fit out in U.S., 527, 528, 534, 535, 619, 620,

633-5, 693, 696, 791

Genet promises to commission no more in U.S., 572

and use of U.S. ports by, 604, 608, 633-5, 640, 641, 720, 727-8

privateers, Spanish

capture U.S. prizes, 387, 405, 758

forbidden to fit out in U.S., 700

prizes

restoration of French, 35, 39, 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, 621, 624-5, 627, 633, 634-5, 640, 664n,

708, 720, 722, 726-7, 733, 739-40, 789-90, 792-4

status of U.S. debtors on French, 45

eligibility of U.S. citizens to act as agents for, 56

French right to bring into U.S. ports, 71-3, 125-6, 128n, 231-2

sale of French in U.S., 151, 152, 155-6, 161, 189, 281-2,

301, 336n, 342n, 498, 528, 529, 534-5, 536, 705-6, 710

agreement between Great Britain and Spain on recapture of

French, 227-8

allies forbidden to bring into U.S. ports, 231-2

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

restoration of British, 361, 375-7, 379-80, 386, 642-3

restoration of Spanish, 405

sale of allied in U.S., 581

compensation for French, 603-4, 607-8, 618-19, 621, 627,

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

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

Proclamation of Neutrality

and sale of arms to France, 39, 42

addresses in support of, 61, 62n, 651, 717-18, 720, 729, 741, 746-7, 766

authorship of, 61, 346, 501

TJ's views on, 61, 346, 403, 501, 606, 649-50, 651, 697-8

distribution of, 67, 165, 274, 288-9, 332, 430, 440, 441n, 541

and case of Little Sarah, 106

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

criticized by "Veritas," 268n

Madison's views on, 272-3, 324, 549, 586, 653

right of President to issue, 272-3

Monroe's views on, 382-3, 551, 553

and "Pacificus" essays, 403

criticized by National Gazette, 405

and contraband, 698

mentioned, 216, 418n, 531, 563, 648n, 687, 696, 728n

Prosperity (ship)

damaged by English privateers, 388-9n

Providence, R.I.

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Provisional Executive Council. See France: Provisional Executive Council

provisions

proposed purchase for France, 21-2, 58, 63, 82-7, 252, 275, 283-4

British restrictions on, 230

French restrictions on, 230, 796

Prussia

minister to Great Britain, 440, 441n

and free ships and free goods, 558, 706

war with France, 588, 685

Prussia, King of. See Frederick William II, King of Prussia

public debt

redemption of, 295, 304

and final settlement of state accounts, 343, 403, 585, 666

Monroe's views on, 385, 551-2

Publicola (ancient statesman), 236, 237n

"Publicola" (pseudonym)

pseudonym used by J. Q. Adams, 605

public securities

depreciation, 17

attitude of holders of on neutrality, 26

TJ's views on holders of, 190

public service

TJ's views on, 239-40

Pufendorf, Samuel von

Le Droit de la nature et des gens, 33

mentioned, 512

Pulling, Capt. (master of Lark)

escapes Algerine captivity, 163

pumpkins

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

and crop-rotation plan of T. M. Randolph, Jr., 471

Pyamingo. See Piomingo (Pyamingo) (Chickasaw chief)

pycnostyle, 491

Pyle, Capt. (master of Fanny)

ship captured by Sans Culotte, 200, 218

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