Volume 26 Index

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Vainqueur de la Bastille (U.S. ship and French privateer)

detained in Wilmington, N.C., 452-3

and use of U.S. ports by French privateers fitted out in U.S., 608

and withdrawal from U.S. ports of French privateers

commissioned by Genet in U.S., 620

and restoration of French prizes, 640

and French right to fit out privateers in U.S., 708, 791

released from U.S. custody, 737n

mentioned, 480

See also Hector (U.S. ship and French privateer)

Valenciennes, France

allied siege of, 69, 164, 166-7, 427, 539, 542, 583, 605, 614, 755

Valin, René Josué

Nouveau commentaire sur l'ordonnance de la marine, 33, 35n

Traité des prises, 693, 694n

Vallingtine, Capt. (master of Linnet)

ship detained at New Providence, 567n

Vall-Travers, Rodolph

letter to Washington sent to TJ, 66

Van Berckel, Franco Petrus

letter to, 143-4

letters from, 73, 91-2

and Dutch war with France, 73

letter from submitted to Washington, 92n

and case of Joseph Ravara, 103

letter to submitted to Washington, 144n, 146-7

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 784

Van Berckel, Pieter Johan

diplomatic medal for, 90

Van Cortlandt, Pierre, Jr.

and Hamilton's alleged plan for monarchical government, 221n

Vanderhorst, Elias

letters from, 250-1, 435

appoints consular agents, 251

and case of Commerce, 251

dispute with Thomas Auldjo, 251

and case of Aerial, 433

and case of Jay, 435-6, 775, 787

Vanheddeghem, John Peter, 737n

Van Staphorst, Mr.

and newspapers for T. Pinckney, 6

Van Staphorst, Jacob

applies for U.S. citizenship, 648

mentioned, 288

Van Staphorst, Nicolaas

applies for U.S. citizenship, 648

mentioned, 288

Van Staphorst & Hubbard

letter from, 573-4

and dispatches for Carmichael and Short, 573-4

Van Starckenborgh, Petrus Bernardus

and U.S. consul at Curaao, 221-2n

Van Teylingen, Theodore

and case of Fury, 576n

Vanuxem, James

and duties on wine, 99, 105

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Vanuxem & Lombairt

letter to, 645

letter from, 626

and case of Defiance, 626, 645

identified, 626n

Varick, Richard

and case of Republican, 282n

mentioned, 761n

Vattel, Emmerich de

Le Droit des Gens, 33, 35, 299, 440, 442n, 699

and French right to commission privateers in U.S., 339

mentioned, 512, 606, 771n

Vaudrecourt, Mme

murder of, 122

Vaughan, Benjamin

letter from quoted, 249-50n

mentioned, 776

Vaughan, John

letter to, 546

correspondence with Washington, 37

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

546, 589-90

and Derieux's business affairs, 113, 386, 538, 546, 719, 788-9

and books for TJ, 738

Veer, Johannes Abrahamszoon de

refuses to recognize B. H. Phillips as U.S. consul at Curaçao, 221-2

vegetables

price, 636

Vendée, France

revolt in, 69, 744

Vergennes, Charles Gravier, Comte de

and free gift to U.S., 245n

and Beaumarchais's claim on U.S., 247n

and U.S. right to navigate Mississippi, 477-9, 551

"Veritas"

essays attributed to William Irvine, 267-8, 522

Vermont

and printing of laws, 5

Vermont, Mme

murder of, 122

Verplanck, Gulian

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

Viar, Josef Ignacio de

letters to, 78-9, 205, 473, 474, 505, 786

letters from, 9, 10-11, 13, 14-15, 118-19, 263-4, 313-15,

474-6, 495, 497-8, 562, 771-2

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, xlii, 395n, 771-4, 786

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 9-10, 78-9,

118-20, 148-50, 161, 205, 263-6, 313-15, 328, 346, 405-16,

473, 474-6, 497-8, 505

and fugitive slaves from E. Fla., 10-12, 89

letters from submitted to Washington, 10n, 12n, 264n, 773n

and slaves stolen from E. Fla., 13-14, 89

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 15-17

letters to submitted to Washington, 79n, 206n, 474n, 476, 786n

and case of Embuscade, 172

and execution of Louis XVI, 207

Washington's criticism of, 333

supports Michael Morphy's consular appointment at Málaga, 421n

and newspaper criticism of Spain, 474-6, 505, 562

and U.S. courier to Madrid, 474, 483, 495

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 784

mentioned, 212n, 506, 510, 671n

Vice-President, U.S. See United States: Vice-President

Victor Amadeus III, King of Sardinia

and reconquest of Nice, 112

and war with France, 421, 496

relations with Great Britain, 496

Vidal, Mr.

and case of Joseph Ravara, 105n

Vindiciae Gallicae (James Mackintosh)

defends French Revolution, 88

Virginia

and printing of laws, 5

and circular letter to merchants, 767-8

Agriculture

Arthur Young's queries on, 28-31, 353, 396-7

switch from tobacco to wheat in, 289-90

tenant farming, 472

TJ's views on, 622-3

Boundaries

with d., 798

Court of Appeals

appeals to from Court of Chancery, 767n

Court of Chancery

appeals from, 767n

Economy

currency in, 64

milling in, 290

impact of privateering on, 747

House of Delegates

mace for, 49, 236-7, 256, 391

Politics

and War of First Coalition, 54, 109-10

opposition to French Revolution, 273

support for French Revolution, 273, 302, 747

E. Randolph's views on, 545

dissatisfaction with federal government, 586

Public Finance

account with Grand & Cie., 115, 116

and final settlement of state accounts, 343n

Public Health

quarantine against plague, 391-2, 479, 516

Senate

mace for, 49, 236-7, 256, 391

Virginia Gazette (Richmond)

prints "Turn-Coat" essay, 721n

Voigt, Henry

security for, 734

Vrai Patriote (French privateer)

captures Little Cherub, 368n, 663-4n

Vredenburgh, Capt.

case of, 78

Vulture (H.M.S.)

destroys Mentor, 771n

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