Volume 27 Index

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R T U V W Y Z

G

Gaillet, M.

vineyard, 762

Gaines, Daniel

letter from cited, 794n

recommends Peleg Greene, 794n

Gaines, Hierom

TJ purchases wood from, 267

Gaines, Humphrey

witnesses deed, 733

Gaines, Richard

witnesses deed, 733

Galbaud, Thomas François

dispute with Genet, 32-4, 41-2, 75-8, 97, 123, 285, 385

letter from cited, 849

Gall, Wilhelm Rudolf von

letters for, 689

Gallatin, Albert

letter to, 794

letters forwarded to, 794

Galphin, George

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 463n

Gálvez, Bernardo de

letter to, 688

letter from, 698

and Va. loan request, 687, 688, 698-9

congratulates TJ on election as governor, 698-9

Gambel, Capt. See Gamble (Gambel), Thomas

Gamble, Robert

letters to, 152, 361, 494, 607-8

letter from, 409-10

and goods for Monticello, 64

and orrery for TJ, 85

and books for TJ, 152

and wine for TJ, 152, 410

and model of threshing machine for TJ, 336, 485, 494, 498

forwards letter to TJ, 361

health, 410

and TJ’s furniture, 586, 607, 608

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 607-8

letters from cited, 608n

letters to cited, 608n

Gamble (Gambel), Thomas

and discharge of unfit troops, 712

Garbland v. Mayot

TJ cites precedent, 726

Gardner, Alan

and British attack on Martinique, 287

Gardoqui, Diego de

and navigation of Mississippi, 162, 357

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 162

and U.S. boundary with Spain, 162

and Spanish relations with U.S., 211

and history of Mexican dollar, 218

Garth, Ann

witnesses deed, 733

Garth, Judith (Mrs. Thomas Garth)

deed from, 731-3

sells Lego to TJ, 731-3

Garth, Thomas

deed from, 731-3

witnesses deed, 676

sells Lego to TJ, 731-3

account of, 777

Garvey, Anthony, 750

Gat, Cape de. See Cape Gata, Spain

Gates, Horatio

defeated in battle of Camden, 701n

Gazette de Leide (Leyden Gazette)

forwarded to TJ, 117, 259

Gazette of the United States (Philadelphia)

publishes “Helvidius” essays, 63n

forwarded to TJ, 117

and case of Duplaine, 182

suspends publication, 468, 497

Geddes, David

and Convention troops, 689-90

Gell, John

naval operations in Mediterranean, 153

General Riedesel (ship)

supplies Convention troops, 715n

Genet, Edmé Jacques, 128

Genet, Edmond Charles

letters to, 52-3, 67-9, 97-8, 112, 124, 175-6, 186-7, 302-3, 303-4, 330-1, 340-1, 342, 347, 378, 378-9, 382-3, 404, 413-14, 414-15, 415, 429, 429-30, 458-9, 486, 487, 500-1, 522-3, 583, 618, 649

letters from, 41-2, 78, 103-5, 112-13, 126-33, 147, 148, 149, 156-7, 164-8, 171-2, 172-3, 257, 260, 272-3, 279-80, 280-1, 282, 284-9, 295-6, 347-8, 352, 361-2, 363, 364, 364-5, 365-6, 367, 380-1, 382, 385-6, 387-8, 393, 404-5, 410, 435, 436-8, 457, 460, 479-80, 481-2, 526-7, 527, 582, 592, 593, 593-4, 601-3, 603, 619

note from, 290

recall of, l-li, 18-19n, 33, 49, 52-3, 87, 126-34, 163, 198-9, 219, 399, 400-1, 423, 450, 474, 476n, 600n

correspondence with TJ published, li, 394 (illus.), 609, 637

abandoned by Republicans, 6, 16, 17, 18-19n, 26-7

threat to appeal from Washington to American people, 7, 8n, 145n, 237n, 298, 367-8, 399, 453, 481, 484-5, 527-32, 583, 587-8, 589, 592-3, 594

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 12-13, 33, 46n, 49, 52-3, 82n, 104-5, 131-2, 171-2, 186-7, 189, 191, 260, 272-4, 279-80, 375, 393

interference in American politics criticized, 18-19n, 27, 145n, 237n

French privateers commissioned by in U.S., 25-6n, 78, 104

and restoration of French prizes, 25-6n, 55, 112-13, 190-1, 387n, 413-14, 426-7, 457

dispute with Galbaud, 32-3, 41-2, 75-8, 97-8, 123, 284

letters from cited, 43n, 176n, 184n, 347n, 405n, 618n, 849

and tonnage duties from Saint-Domingue refugees, 43n, 99, 172-3, 191, 280-2, 303n, 435, 489, 522-3, 525, 582

and case of William Tell, 46n, 49, 62, 68, 104-5, 171-2, 191, 279-80, 364

and detention of French prizes in U.S. ports, 46n, 49, 62, 67-9, 104-5, 131-2, 191, 279-80, 410

and threatened revocation of French consular exequaturs, 52-3, 83, 132, 375, 378-9

and case of Duplaine, 53, 132, 186-7, 189, 260, 272-4, 416n

TJ’s notes for letter to, 55

and U.S. jurisdiction over belligerent prize cases, 55, 67-9, 78, 131-2

arrival in Philadelphia, 61-2

TJ compares to Dumouriez, 62-3

and case of Fanny, 67-9, 104, 190-1, 257, 364

and case of William, 67-9, 104, 190-1, 257, 331-2n, 364, 382-3, 384-5, 392, 426

and French captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters, 67-9, 103-5, 257, 279-80, 342-3, 374, 382-3, 384-5, 392, 393, 410, 426

letters to submitted to Washington, 74, 188, 189, 228, 303n, 304n, 331n, 342n, 383n, 391, 392, 414n, 415n, 583n, 589

and detention of French sailors, 75-6, 76-8, 97-8, 510-11, 597, 607

and case of Greyhound, 82n

and Hauterive’s criticism of TJ, 84n

and alleged French refugee plots in U.S., 98, 113, 284-9, 295-7, 356, 392, 405-6n, 415, 436-9, 456, 458, 460-1, 481-2, 486-7, 523n

and maritime jurisdiction of U.S., 104, 105n, 171-2, 190-1, 257, 330-1, 340-1, 364, 393, 426

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, 111-12n, 176-80, 290-1, 594n

and compensation for French prizes, 112-13, 457

and French right to fit out privateers in U.S., 112-13, 260, 452n, 593

letters forwarded from, 112, 117

withdrawal from U.S. ports of French privateers commissioned by in U.S., 112-13, 124, 451-2

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 112n, 131, 177, 178-9, 296-7n, 619-20

letters from submitted to Washington, 123, 190

and case of Citoyen Genet, 124

views on U.S. Constitution, 126, 138, 272-4, 379, 414-15, 457-8, 480

diplomatic career in Europe, 128, 380-1

expulsion from Russia, 128-9, 133-4n

reproaches TJ, 128

and G. Morris’s recall, 129, 504-6

publishes correspondence with TJ, 130, 134n, 450, 508-9, 531n, 593-5, 632, 649

and purchase in U.S. of provisions for France, 131, 347-8, 365

requests arms for French West Indies, 131, 134n

and U.S. debt to France, 131, 347-8, 364-5, 378, 382, 429, 457, 487-8, 601-3, 611

and French right to bring prizes into U.S. ports, 132

and new commercial treaty with U.S., 132, 164-9, 281, 302, 361-2, 366, 534

and sale of French prizes in U.S., 132, 219, 364

instructions from Provisional Executive Council, 134n, 594, 632, 649

and French policy against meddling abroad, 147

and French right to commission privateers in U.S., 148, 594-5n

and passports for French ships, 148

and French trade restrictions, 156-7, 365-7

and British trade restrictions, 157, 167

and prize of Concorde, 171-2

and address of French consular commissions, 175-6, 363, 414-15, 426, 479-80, 489, 500-2, 526-7

and exequaturs for French consuls, 175-6, 181, 188-9, 479-80, 489, 500-2, 526-7, 603, 618

and case of Roehampton, 183-4

and French captures of British ships, 183-4, 331-2, 364

and French consular appointments, 185n, 282, 302-3, 347, 352, 363, 414-15, 426

British attitude toward, 276

and case of Catherine, 279-80, 364

and British occupation of Saint-Domingue, 284-9, 436-7

and U.S. guarantee of French possessions in America, 284-9, 362, 452n, 599

and British impressment of seamen, 288

and British relations with Western Indians, 288

and British retention of western posts, 288

and French plan to liberate Canada, 290-3, 385-7, 594n

Les Français Libres à leurs freres de la Louisiane,

Les Francais Libres a leurs freres Les Canadiens, 290-3, 386n

and denunciation of Mangourit, 295-7, 415, 619-20

and French plan to capture E. and W. Fla., 295-7, 619-20

marries Cornelia Clinton, 298

and alleged British plots against U.S., 303-4, 380-1

and case of Conyngham, 342-3, 374, 426

and case of Pilgrim, 342n, 426

and funds for French naval vessels in U.S., 347-8, 365

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 347-8

and French reissue of assignats, 366

attempts to sue Jay and King for libel, 367-8, 527-9, 530-1n, 583, 587-8, 589, 592-3, 594

and case of Moissonnier, 375

and departure of French naval vessels in U.S., 385-7

and French naval operations in Caribbean, 386

and French naval protection for vessels to France, 386

dispatches from France lost, 387-8

sends French constitution to TJ, 388

and appeal from Washington to Congress, 395-6, 401, 593-5, 632, 649, 655

translation of letters of, 402

credences of, 403

rank as consul general questioned, 403

courier to TJ, 404

and mistreatment of deputation from Saint-Domingue, 404-5, 429-30, 460

report on French West Indies, 404, 405n, 429

and Saint-Domingue political situation, 404-5

and factionalism of Saint-Domingue refugees, 405n

and case of Jane of Dublin, 413-14, 426-7

and case of Lovely Lass, 413-14, 426-7

and case of Prince William Henry, 413-14, 426-7

and alleged threats to French consuls, 437, 456, 458, 481-2, 523

requests authority over U.S. ships to Saint-Domingue, 437-8, 459

and freedom of the press, 438-9n

and case of Carmagnole, 451-2

and arming of British ships in U.S., 452n

and case of Little Sarah, 452n, 528n

and sale of arms to belligerent nations, 458-9

correspondence with TJ certified for Congress, 477n

and payment of bills drawn on Saint-Domingue, 487-8n

and enlistment in French service of French citizens in U.S., 511-12n

and TJ’s report on commerce, 534

and neutrality rules, 593

and enlistment of Indians in French service, 594n

and free ships and free goods, 598-601

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 598-601

and opening of French ports to U.S. ships, 639-41

mentioned, 6, 163, 423

Genoa

Dutch warships at, 187

Algerines capture ship from, 284n

neutrality, 470

Genton, Citizen

and British capture of Môle Saint Nicolas, 438n

George (ship)

captured by British, 54

George (TJ’s slave)

plants TJ’s wheat, 274

George III, King of Great Britain

additional instructions to British warships and privateers, 6, 100, 476n

and alleged British plots against U.S., 220, 288-9, 381

gives ships to Algiers, 232-3

Saint-Domingue refugees swear allegiance to, 482n

George Barclay (ship)

carries letters, 508, 509

and model of threshing machine for TJ, 508

Georgetown, Md.

Short considers purchasing lots in, 202-3

Georgia

and ratification of Bill of Rights, lii

Creek hostilities with, 32, 462-4, 584-5n, 622-5

British consul in, 61, 83

and French plan to capture E. and W. Fla., 297n, 619-20n

Whitney experiments with cotton gin in, 433-4

and Talon’s business affairs, 460n

and slaves stolen from E. Fla., 650

and Madison’s revenue plan, 731

legislative acts sent to TJ, 852

Georgia, Governor of. See Telfair, Edward

Georgia Gazette (Savannah)

and circular letter to merchants, 270

Gerard, Mr.

executed by L’Orient mob, 307

Gérard, Conrad Alexandre

and address of French consular commissions, 500-1

Gerlach, Heinrich

and flags of truce, 715

Germantown, Pa.

executive branch moved to, 219, 297-8, 333, 335-6, 450-5

possible meeting site of Congress, 228-9

TJ travels to, 253, 275n, 299

Washington at, 361, 394

Madison and Monroe at, 430

E. Randolph resides in, 507n

Germantown Academy

offers to house Congress, 315

Germany

wines of, 763, 844

Gibbes, Henry

memorial from, 351-2

and case of Betsey, 351-2

Gibbes, Lucas

memorial from, 351-2

and case of Betsey, 351-2, 389-90

Gibraltar

sends troops to Toulon, 135, 153, 155, 187, 199

Humphreys bound for, 139

and British naval operations, 153

Simpson reports on, 156

Portuguese fleet at, 187

relations with Algiers, 596-7

Gibraltar, Bay of

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 234-5n

Gibson, George

letter to, 697-8

troops of, 697-8, 700

Gibson, John

and conflict with Western Indians, 34n

Gignouse (Gignoux), Pis

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, 176-80, 312, 314

Giles, William Branch

and Ast’s fire insurance plan, 360n

travels to Germantown, 430

boards with Eliza Trist, 492

and payment of debts to British in Va., 827

Gilmer, George

health of, 323

Gilmor, Robert

letter to, 15

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 15, 65n, 89

Gilmor (Gilmore), Robert, & Co.

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 654

gin

seized by British, 448n

ginger

export from British West Indies, 539, 558, 572

Giovannini. See Prato, Giovannini da

Girondins (Brissotines)

plan to liberate Canada and Louisiana, 290n

and rumored slave rebellion in U.S., 614

Glasgow

and ransom of captives in Algiers, 823

glass. See plateau, glass

Glass, Alexander S.

letter to, 79

memorial from, 351-2

and case of Betsey, 79, 84, 85, 351-2

memorial from cited, 79n

Goddard, Lemuel

master of Washington, 223, 239, 283n

Godoy Alvarez de Faria, Manuel, Duque de la Alcudia

and Spanish relations with U.S., 211, 358-9

disregards Carmichael and Short, 327

gold

captured by French, 269n, 627-8n

coinage of, 645-8

gong

for great clock, lii, 840n

Goochland Co., Va.

militia, 705-6

Goodale, N.

and case of Greyhound, 80n

Goodall, Samuel Granston

and capture of Toulon, 155

Goodhue, Benjamin

and N. Read’s steamboat improvements, 791

Goodrich, Chauncey

and patent for Whitney’s cotton gin, 246, 250

Goodrich, Elizur

and patent for Whitney’s cotton gin, 246

Gore, Christopher

letters to, 13-14, 338-9, 416, 456

letters from, 79-80, 261, 427, 523

instructions to, 340

and case of Duplaine, 13-14, 79-82, 189, 190, 261, 416, 427

letter from submitted to Washington, 190

and maritime jurisdiction of U.S., 338-40, 427

letter to submitted to Washington, 340n, 391

letter from cited, 416n; and alleged threats to French consuls, 456, 523

Goutte d’or

vineyard, 718, 761, 842

governors, state

letter to (circular), 815

and enforcement of neutrality, 36-7, 44

and maritime jurisdiction of U.S., 339-42

acts of Congress sent to, 815, 852, 855

Graach (Crach), Germany

TJ evaluates wine of, 763

Graham, Marquis of. See Montrose, James Graham, Duke of

Graham, Richard

letter to, 494-5

letter from, 443-4

and U.S. right to navigate Mississippi, 443-4, 494

identified, 444-5n

letter from submitted to Washington, 445n

grain

and British trade restrictions, 100-2

export to France, 166

captured by Algerines, 284n

U.S. exports of, 536, 553, 567

export to Portugal, 537, 555, 569

export from U.S. to Great Britain forbidden, 538

export to Sweden, 538, 557, 571

duties on in Great Britain, 547n, 556, 570

reexports from Great Britain, 557

suitability of to Albemarle Co., 615

duties on manufactures from, 840-1.

See also

spirits

grain

grain, bread

export from U.S. to Spain forbidden, 537

export to France, 537

Grand, Ferdinand

and prize money for Jones’s command, 747

Grand & Cie.

letter from forwarded to TJ, 235n

Grand’ Anse, Saint-Domingue

captured by Great Britain, 334

Grange (ship)

carries dispatches to TJ, 11

and restoration of French prizes, 422

grapes

Auvorna, 278

black Hamburg, 278

black Morillon, 278

black sweetwater, 278

Corinth, 278

damson, 278

D’arboyce, 278

Millers Burgundy, 278

Rhenish, 278

royal muscadine, 278

Tokay, 278

Virginia, 278

white Frontignac, 278

white muscat (Lunel), 278

white sweetwater, 278

grapevines

sent to TJ, 278-9

grass

suitability of Albemarle Co. for, 615

grass, timothy

planted by Hawkins, 279

Graves, France

vineyards, 763, 843

Gravina, Federico

and capture of Toulon, 155

Gray (Grey), John

offers lodgings to Bankson, 183

Gray, William, Jr.

and case of U.S. ship William, 383n

letter from cited, 383n

Graybill, Jacob

and case of Industry, 372n

Great Britain

TJ compares to France, 741

American Revolution

army in, 716

Army

troops for Toulon, 135, 153, 155, 187, 199

troops for Canada, 158

TJ compares to France, 741

Economy

wheat harvest, 11

fish exports, 221

Edwards’s views on, 277

insurance business, 307

tobacco reexports to Sweden, 548n, 557-8, 572

TJ compares to France, 741

regulation of Irish trade, 750, 752n

export of machinery to U.S., 759-60

spinning industry, 783

trade with Denmark, 802

Foreign Relations

with Spain, 24, 142, 162, 220-1, 350

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 139, 197n, 231-2, 262-3, 264-5, 283, 284n, 469-71

with Portugal, 140, 221-2, 598

with Denmark, 143, 470, 598

with Sweden, 143, 470, 598

with Tunis, 187

with Austria, 276

with Netherlands, 276, 598

and Dutch-Algerine truce, 284n

with Genoa, 470

with Tuscany, 470

with Algiers, 596-7

with France, 598

with Russia, 598

Navy

channel fleet, 5

captures U.S. ship, 8-9

and additional instructions to British warships and privateers, 33, 149-50, 475, 476-7n, 478n

captures French privateer, 49

operations in Caribbean, 284-5, 287

recaptures U.S. ship, 526

operations during American Revolution, 685-6, 689, 712-13

TJ compares to France, 741

Parliament

trade regulations, 578n

appeals to House of Lords, 722-3

Politics and Government

and treaty-making power, 412

Privy Council

and importation of wheat, 29, 29

report on trade with U.S., 532, 578n

Public Finance

TJ compares to France, 741

proportion of alloy in silver coinage, 821

Society

described by Mrs. Adams, 749

U.S. Relations with

possibility of war, 10, 29, 32, 138, 221-2, 425n, 451, 535, 637

Federalist friendship toward Britain, 27

and alleged conspiracy against France in U.S., 41

and proposed purchase of provisions in U.S. for France, 131

blamed for Portuguese-Algerine truce, 139, 197-8n, 199, 231-4, 283, 284n, 469-71, 534, 596-7, 609, 619, 637

alleged British plots against U.S., 142, 220-1, 284-9, 303-4, 380-1

and case of Lafayette, 151

and maritime jurisdiction of U.S., 190-1

and Short’s diplomatic conduct, 213-18

and G. Morris’s diplomatic conduct, 218n

and British relations with Western Indians, 288, 470, 534

possible support for U.S. right to navigate Mississippi, 444

and British retention of western posts, 447-9, 533, 610, 636

impact of communications to Congress on, 454

mercantilism opposed in TJ’s report on commerce, 532-3

American popular hostility toward, 535, 596-7

and British captures of U.S. ships, 535

and U.S. guarantee of French possessions in America, 599

attitude toward U.S., 750

and need to encourage American ships and seamen, 789.

See also

Grenville, William Wyndham, Lord

Hammond, George

Pinckney, Thomas

U.S. Trade with

and French trade restrictions, l-li, 33, 156-7, 158

and British trade restrictions, 6, 11, 29, 552n, 563, 577, 829-36, 841

trade statistics, 166, 548n, 557, 571, 578n

Genet condemns British mercantilism, 167

duties on U.S. imports from, 469-70, 609

and TJ’s report on commerce, 532-5

and proposed U.S. navigation act, 533

rejects U.S. overtures for commercial treaty, 533, 544, 563, 577-8

tonnage of U.S. shipping to, 536, 554, 568

U.S. exports to, 536, 546n, 553-4, 567-8

duties on U.S. exports to, 538, 540, 549n, 556, 559, 570-1, 573

restrictions on U.S. shipping, 538, 546n, 564-5n

colonial trade regulations, 539, 540, 545n, 546n, 549n, 558-9, 572, 573, 578n

and reexports of U.S. products, 546n, 800

U.S. imports from, 546n, 554, 568

and British navigation acts, 547-8n, 556-7, 570-1, 642, 841

restrictions on fisheries, 788

War of First Coalition

restrictions on neutral trade, l-li, 6, 10, 33, 50, 55-8, 100-2, 123, 138, 143, 149-50, 157, 423, 451, 454-5, 468, 471-2, 475, 476-7n, 478n, 481, 489, 491

and additional instructions to British warships and privateers, 6, 33, 100-2, 115, 123, 143, 149-50, 475, 476-7n, 478n

and French trade restrictions, 33, 156-7, 158

captures Toulon, 135, 153, 155, 187, 199, 227, 334, 345, 470

siege of Dunkirk, 149, 334, 345

troops for Canada, 158

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 197-8n, 199, 231-2, 262-3, 264-5, 469-71

and Paine’s peace commission proposal, 226-7, 258-9, 471

naval operations in Caribbean, 284-5, 287, 334, 345

occupation of Saint-Domingue, 289n, 405n, 436-7, 438n, 468, 482, 629

and French plan to liberate Canada, 290-3, 386n

alleged conspiracy against France, 365-6

and French naval operations in Caribbean, 386n

loss of Toulon, 467-8

and British captures of U.S. ships, 535

and free ships and free goods, 598-601.

See also

privateers, British

privateers, French

Great Falls of the Potomac

Short desires to reside near, 207

Great Kanawha (Kanhaway) river

as boundary of new states, 739

Great Slave lake

communication with Lake Superior, 793n

Green, William (R.I.)

memorial from, 829-36

claim for compensation, 829-36

Greenbrier Co., Va.

and defense of western frontier, 691, 693n

Indian depredations, 691

militia, 691, 693n

Greene, Nathanael

reinforcements for, 703, 711

at Guilford Court House, 709

land grant for, 796

Greene, Peleg

recommended as commander of cutter, 794n

Greene, Ray

appointed district attorney, 194n

Greenleaf, James

and TJ’s recommendations for Lear, 226, 304-5

and Kinsley’s brickmaking machine, 420, 485

purchases lots in Federal District, 485

Greenup, Christopher

carries letter to TJ, 333

Greenway (ship)

carried to Cádiz, 253

Greenwich, England

Leslie tests rod pendulum at, 154, 220n

Greer, Arthur

letter from cited, 772n

seeks State Department clerkship, 772n

Gregorie, Alexander Frazier

permitted to land, 715

Gregorie, John

seeks consular appointment at Dunkirk, 9

Greive, George

recommended to TJ by Deane, 719

Grenadines, W.I.

vessels from quarantined in Va., 135

Grenville, William Wyndham, Lord

and British trade restrictions, 59n, 144n

and additional instructions to British warships and privateers, 102n

and case of Lafayette, 151

Greyhound (ship)

seized by Duplaine, 6, 13, 62, 80-2n, 184-5, 188, 260, 261

Griffin, Mr.

and Dover tract, 206

Griffin, John Tayloe

financial affairs, 40, 260, 333, 397-8, 493

Griffith, Dennis

letter to, 53-4

and Va.-Md. boundary, 53-4

grist mills

American method of described by TJ, 768

Macomb’s improvements to, 804

Grotius, Hugo

as legal authority, 272-3, 379

Guadeloupe, W.I.

Genet’s report on, 405n

and alleged French refugee plots in U.S., 486-7n

U.S. consul at, 782n

Guide, Pierre

letter to redated, 798

Guilford Court House, N.C.

Greene at, 709

Guistine, Count de. See Custine (Guistine), Adam Philippe, Comte de

Gulf of Gascony. See Bay of Biscay

Gunn (Gun), James: enmity of Knox and Hamilton toward, 32

gunpowder

U.S. purchase of, 46

for western expedition, 693

threatened by British, 707

duties on, 841

Gustav IV Adolph, King of Sweden

instructs consuls to represent Denmark, 389-90n, 409

mentioned, 351

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R T U V W Y Z