Volume 27 Index

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H

Hagman, Capt.

and case of Greyhound, 81n

Hague, John (Southwest Terr.)

cotton manufactory of, 818n

Hague, John (Va.)

identified, 272n

Hague, The

Short at, 209, 214-18, 325-6

sale of U.S. minister’s residence at, 651

Hague & Lester (Liester, Lister)

letter to, 271-2

warehouses TJ’s furniture, 271-2, 492

letter from cited, 272n

and wine for TJ, 410

hair

and Whitney’s cotton gin, 247n

Halbach, Mr.

introduced to TJ, 805-6

Haldimand, Sir Frederick

name odious to French Canadians, 292

Hale, Sir Matthew

History of the Common Law of England, 670

Halifax, Nova Scotia

abortive French naval campaign against, 386n

Hall, Ezekiel

petition to Patent Board, 792

distills rum into brandy, 792

Hall, John

land dispute of, 672

Hallowing King (Indian)

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 463-4n

Hambly, John

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 462-3n

Hamburg

U.S. trade with, 138

Hamburg grape, black

vine sent to TJ, 278

Hamilton (U.S. ship)

case of, 96n

Hamilton (U.S. ship, Capt. Rodman)

case of, 525-6

Hamilton, Capt. (master of the Oporto), 264n

Hamilton, Alexander

letters to, 99, 507, 782, 822

letters from, 461, 504, 583, 611, 826

and British retention of western posts, l-li, 533

and British trade restrictions, l-li, 454-5, 468, 475-9n, 489

and French trade restrictions, l-li, 468, 475-9n

and infractions of peace treaty, l-li, 426, 454-5, 475-9n, 827

and publication of Genet’s correspondence with TJ, li, 632, 649n

“Pacificus” essays, 17-18, 63n, 412

and compensation for French prizes, 22, 33, 504, 583, 622n

and restoration of French prizes, 22, 33, 426, 583

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 32

and coastal fortifications, 33, 424n, 454-5

and Galbaud’s dispute with Genet, 33

and Genet’s recall, 53n, 133n, 399-401

bout with yellow fever, 62, 84, 85, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 102, 103, 121, 123, 174, 298

TJ doubts courage of, 62

and tonnage duties from Saint-Domingue refugees, 99, 173n, 191, 280-2, 461-2, 489

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

relations with Noaïlles and Talon, 131, 134n

and U.S. debt to France, 131, 365, 429, 487-8n, 601-3, 611

and Genet’s request for arms for French West Indies, 134n

and case of Républicaine, 195n

and French right to fit out privateers in U.S., 195n, 371-3n

summoned to Germantown, 218

and Short’s business affairs, 225, 354, 355

on President’s authority to relocate Congress, 255, 297-8

and case of San Josef, 269n

and U.S. guarantee of French possessions in America, 289n, 400, 412

and passports for U.S. ships, 301

and maritime jurisdiction of U.S., 329n, 341n, 426

and case of Conyngham, 342-3n, 426

and case of Pilgrim, 342-3n, 426

and French captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters, 342-3n, 426

and Department of State expenses, 357, 490n, 782, 822

and case of Industry, 371-3n, 383

and case of Roehampton, 383, 426

opinion of French Revolution, 384

and Genet’s threat to appeal from Washington to American people, 399-401, 453-5, 481, 484-5, 527-8, 529-32, 588n

and President’s annual address to Congress, 399-401, 411-13, 423-4n, 453-5, 789n

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 399-401, 411-13

and federal patronage, 421n

and appointment of collector for Charleston, 424-5

and address of French consular commissions, 426, 489

and case of Lovely Lass, 426-7

and case of Prince William Henry, 426-7

and case of William, 426

and exequaturs for foreign consuls, 426, 489

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 426

and case of Dannery, 427

and case of Duplaine, 427

and case of Jane of Dublin, 427

health, 428n

and proposal for military academy, 454-5

and neutrality notes, 473n

and Mint, 488n

and British captures of U.S. ships, 489

and case of Nancy, 489

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 507

and Genet’s attempt to sue Jay and King for libel, 527-8, 588n

fiscal system opposed in TJ’s report on commerce, 532

report on manufactures, 533

and TJ’s report on commerce, 535

and U.S. tonnage statistics, 578n

and copper for Mint, 589n

and free ships and free goods, 599

and case of Hope, 622n

and French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S., 622n

and Genet’s right to appeal from Washington to Congress, 632, 649n

letter from cited, 782n

and TJ’s household goods from Paris, 785; and amount and proportion of silver in dollar, 810-11, 814n, 821

and Panic of 1792, 825n

and sinking fund, 825n

and Ohio Company land purchase, 826

Hamilton, Elizabeth Schuyler (Mrs. Alexander Hamilton)

bout with yellow fever, 121, 123

Hamilton, James

letters for forwarded, 689

parcels for, 715

Hamilton, John

and case of Républicaine, 195

Hammond, Mr.

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 463n

Hammond, George

letters to, 35-7, 70-1, 82-3, 89, 99-100, 106, 112, 143, 328-9, 340-1, 342, 353, 368-71, 382-3, 620-2, 813

letters from, 43-4, 61, 100, 100-2, 316-18, 321, 416-17, 417, 417-18, 418, 418-19, 611, 632-4

memorials from, 30-1, 44-5, 319-20

correspondence with TJ printed, l-li, 394 (illus.), 609, 637

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 10, 15, 65, 89, 93

and compensation for French prizes, 22, 35-7, 43-4, 113, 611, 620-2, 632-5

letters to submitted to Washington, 22, 37n, 69n, 72n, 74, 143n, 330n, 342n, 353n, 372n, 383n, 391, 392

and restoration of French prizes, 22, 33, 35-7, 43-4, 72-3, 99-100, 316-19, 368-73, 418-19, 426, 632-5

and use of U.S. ports by French navy, 30-1, 45, 49-50, 55, 70-1, 100, 123

and sale of French prizes in U.S., 31

and use of U.S. ports by armed British ships, 31, 55, 70-1

memorials from submitted to Washington, 32n, 46n, 320n

and British retention of western posts, 33

and Pagan v. Hooper, 38, 106

and case of William Tell, 44-6, 49, 71, 191

and French captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters, 44-6, 49, 319-20, 322, 342-3, 374, 382-3, 385, 392, 417-18, 426

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 44-6, 49-50, 55, 71, 191, 317-18, 320

and infractions of peace treaty, 50, 353, 392, 418, 426, 454-5, 475, 808, 826-8

TJ’s notes for letter to, 55

and British consular appointments, 61, 82-3

and French right to bring prizes into U.S. ports, 70-1

and detention of French prizes in U.S. ports, 71, 191

and case of Nancy, 72-3, 99-100

letters from submitted to Washington, 82, 123, 319n, 417n

and additional instructions to British warships and privateers, 100-2, 115, 123

and British trade restrictions, 100-2, 115, 123, 143, 454-5, 565n, 570-1, 578n

letters from forwarded, 112, 117

and French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S., 131, 611, 620-2

and U.S. treaty obligations and neutrality, 144n

and case of Industry, 316-19, 321-2, 368-73, 383

and case of Roehampton, 316-19, 321-2, 368-73, 383, 392, 418-19, 426

and French right to fit out privateers in U.S., 316-19, 321-2, 368-73, 418-19

and case of Pilgrim, 319-20, 322, 342n, 417-18, 426

and maritime jurisdiction of U.S., 328-30, 340-1, 416-17, 426

and case of Fanny, 329

and French captures of British ships, 329

and case of Conyngham, 342-3, 374, 392, 417-18, 426

and case of William, 382-3, 385, 392, 417-18, 426

letters copied at Department of State, 402

and sale of arms to belligerent nations, 458-9

and TJ’s report on commerce, 534, 564n, 565n

and case of Hope, 611, 620-2, 632-5

servants of registered, 611-12n

and withdrawal from U.S. ports of French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S., 632-5

and presidential visiting days, 813

disavows Bowles, 818

Hammuda Bey

agreement with French, 187

Hampshire Co., Va.

letter to county lieutenant of, 691-3

and defense of western frontier, 691-3

militia, 691-3

Hampton Roads

proposed harbor for French fleet, 704

Hancock, John

letter to, 815

and enforcement of neutrality, 14

and case of Duplaine, 79-82, 190

death of, 298

Hanging Maw (Indian)

and Cherokee-Creek relations, 584-5n, 603-4

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 584-5n, 603-4

Hanover Co., Va.

militia, 710

Hanse Towns

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 232, 262, 265-6

Hanson, Richard

letter to, 255

and Wayles estate debt, 255-6

letter from cited, 255n

Harald, Noah

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 463n

Hardy, Samuel

letter to, 748

TJ recommends J. Q. Adams to, 744-5

TJ recommends W. T. Franklin to, 748

Harison (Harrison), Richard

letters to, 338-9, 456

instructions to, 340

and Galbaud’s dispute with Genet, 77n

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

letter to submitted to Washington, 340n, 391

and alleged threats to French consuls, 456

letter from quoted, 809n

and U.S. lands at West Point, 809n

Harley, Robert

and case of San Josef, 628n

Harnet, James

madness of, 824

Harper, Joseph

and case of Andrew, 159-60n

Harper & Co.

and case of Andrew, 159-60n

Harpooner (ship)

captured by Marseillaise, 310

Harriott, John

letter from, 192-3

and defenses of New York City, 192-3

and detention of U.S. ships in France, 192

travels in U.S., 193

on U.S. agriculture, 193

on yellow fever, 193

Harris, Anne

bequest to, 682

Harris, Ann Eppes (Mrs. Benjamin Harris)

letter to, 672

TJ as attorney of, 672, 673n

identified, 673n

will of, 681-3

Harris, Benjamin

relationship to TJ, 673n

bequest to, 681

Harris, Edward

land dispute of, 672

TJ as attorney of, 673n

bequest to, 681-2

Harris, Francis Eppes

bequest to, 681

Harris, John

recommended by Arthur Lee, 685

Harris, John Skipp

land dispute of, 672

TJ as attorney of, 673n

Harris, Joseph

bequest to, 681

Harris, Martha

bequest to, 682, 683n

Harris, Mary

bequest to, 682

Harris, Richard

bequest to, 681-2

Harris, Sarah

bequest to, 682

Harris, Tabitha

bequest to, 682

Harrison, Benjamin

letter to, 738

counts ballots for Va. Committee of Safety, 679n

mission to Congress, 711

Harrison, Benjamin, Jr.

letter from, 40

and circular letter to merchants, 40

identified, 40n

Harrison, Benjamin (commissary)

letter from, 710-11

and supplies for Clark’s army, 710-11

Harrison, Richard (N.Y.). See Harison (Harrison), Richard

Harrison, Richard (Va.)

letter to, 612-13

letter from, 613

and Department of State accounts, 612-13, 649, 652n, 660

Harrison, William

letter to cited, 710

and supplies for Clark’s army, 710

Harris v. Hall

law case of TJ, 672, 673n

Hart, Patrick

letter to, 373-4

letter from, 467

and orrery for TJ, 259, 373-4, 467

Hartford, Conn.

and circular letter to merchants, 34, 35

Hartford Convention (1779)

results of, 686-7

Hartley, David

letter to, 742

and growing power of Continental Congress, 742

Harvey (Hervey), Capt.

forwards letter from TJ, 93n

master of Ellice, 173-5

Harvie (Harvey), John, Jr.

and death of T. M. Randolph, Sr., 333, 465

receives votes for Va. Committee of Safety, 678

and Edgehill boundary dispute with TJ, 773-6

illness of, 800

Haut-Brion

vineyard, 762, 843

Hauterive, Alexandre Maurice Blanc de Lanautte d’

letter to, 51

letters from, 83, 235

and use of U.S. ports by French navy, 31

and case of William Tell, 45-6, 49, 68, 171-2, 280

and threatened revocation of French consular exequaturs, 51, 83, 123

identified, 83-4n

criticizes TJ, 84n

and case of Concorde, 171-2

forwards letter to TJ, 235

letter to quoted, 235n

and case of Catherine, 280

and tonnage duties from Saint-Domingue refugees, 280-2

and address of French consular commissions, 501

Hautvillers (Auvillaij), France

TJ evaluates wine of, 761, 843

Havana

and U.S. trade, 549n

slave trade at, 800

Havre de Grace. See Le Havre, France

Hawker, Capt.

and impressment of seamen, 29

Hawker, John

and cases of Eliza, Jay, and Cato, 11

Hawkesbury, Charles Jenkinson, Lord

Report of the Lords of the Committee of Privy Council on the American Trade, 532, 578n

Hawkins, Benjamin

letter from, 278-9

and grape vines for TJ, 278-9, 397

compares seasonal ague with yellow fever, 279

and farming, 279

Madison proposes as arbitrator, 793

Hawkins, William

Treatise of the Pleas of the Crown, 670

Hayes (Hays), James

transports printing press to Va., 711

Hayward, Nathaniel

and case of Minerva, 282-3

Haywood, William

ships of, 694

Hazen, Moses

and depreciation of army pay, 718

Hazlehurst, Isaac

and TJ’s furniture, 586

headache

TJ’s notes on treatment of, 824

Head of Elk, Md.

supplies from, 696

Heineken, Jan H. C.

letter from, 805-6

recommends Halbach to TJ, 805-6

Hellicar, Joseph

Bristol merchant, 29

Hellicar, Thomas

Bristol merchant, 29

“Helvidius”

pseudonym used by Madison, 18, 61-2, 63

Genet sends essays of to TJ, 128, 133n

Hemings, Elizabeth (Betty, TJ’s slave)

family, 120n

Hemings, James (TJ’s slave)

agreement with, 119-20

TJ agrees to free, 119-20

identified, 120n

Hemings, John (TJ’s slave)

TJ’s instructions for, 267

Hemings, Peter (TJ’s slave)

cook for TJ, 120n

Hemings, Robert (TJ’s slave)

arranges to purchase freedom, 120n

Hemings family

and TJ, 120n

Henderson, Bennett

and TJ’s furniture, 377, 465

Henderson, William

witnesses TJ’s mother’s will, 779n

Henfield, Gideon

acquitted by jury, 134n

enlistment in French service, 421

Hénin, Etienette Guignot de Monconseil, Princesse d’

letter from Lafayette, 425n, 433n, 503n

Henrico Co., Va.

estate of T. M. Randolph, Jr., 294-5, 348-9

militia, 710

Henrico County Court

and Currie v. Griffin, 397-8

Henrico District Court

TJ’s lawsuits in, 805

Henry (ship)

sails from Virginia to Lisbon, 235n

Henry, James

and Va.-Md. boundary, 54n

Henry, Patrick

warns of monarchy in U.S., 631

counts ballots for Va. Committee of Safety, 679n

relations with Pollock, 687

asks Gálvez for loan, 688

Hérault de Séchelles, Marie Jean

TJ recommends Lear to, 226n

Herbst, Abraham

master of Postillion, 139

Hercules

figurine depicting, 751

Herdman, John

memorial from, 351-2

and case of Betsey, 351-2

Hermitage, France

wines evaluated by TJ, 762

TJ inquires about wines, 766

Heron, James

letter from, 40

and circular letter to merchants, 40

identified, 40n

Herron, Francis

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, 112n

Hervey, Capt. See Harvey (Hervey), Capt.

Hervieux, François Henri

master of Vainqueur de la Bastille, 268-9, 310-11, 343-4n, 625-8

Hickman, Mr., 497

Hickman, Anne (Mrs. William Hickman)

sells land, 732

Hickman, Edwin

bequest of, 732

Hickman, Hanah (Mrs. James Hickman)

deed from, 731-3

and TJ’s purchase of Lego, 731-3

Hickman, James

deed from, 731-3

and TJ’s purchase of Lego, 731-3

landholdings of, 773

Hickman, Thomas

inheritance of, 732

Hickman, William

inheritance of, 732

account of, 777

hickory juice

compared to maple juice, 812

hides

captured by British, 11

High Court of Admiralty, British

and British capture of U.S. ships, 11-12n, 138, 149-50

decree from, 11-12n

Hill, Henry

and proposed change of meeting site of Congress, 315n

Hill, Nathaniel

and case of Providence, 344n

Hill, William

letter to, 338-9

instructions to, 340

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

letter to submitted to Washington, 340n, 391

Hillsboro (Hillsborough), N.C.

reinforcements sent to, 697, 701n

Hilt, John Henry

and case of Greyhound, 80n

History of the Common Law of England (Sir Matthew Hale)

valuation by TJ, 670

Hitchcock, Samuel

nominated for district judge, 30

letter to cited, 30n

Hoakesly (Hoakesley), Robert

letter from, 715

and Convention troops, 690

and flags of truce, 715

Hobson, Mr.

seeks passport for Morewood, 790

Hochheim (Hocheim), Germany

TJ evaluates wine of, 763

Hock

wine, 763, 844

Hockaday, Capt.

horses captured by, 710

Hoethletiaga (Creek town)

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 463n, 584-5n

Holker, Jean fils

and address of French consular commissions, 500-1

Hollingsworth, Jacob

letters to, 411, 483, 582

letters from, 509, 617

and overseer for Shadwell and Lego, 299, 483

and red clover seed for TJ, 411, 483, 509, 582, 617

letters from cited, 483n, 617n

and instructions for Alexander, 509, 582

letters to cited, 617n

Hollingsworth, Zebulon

letters to, 338-9, 374, 375, 456, 486

instructions to, 340

and case of Pilgrim, 322, 417, 426, 486

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

letters to submitted to Washington, 340n, 374n, 375n, 391, 392

and case of Conyngham, 342-3, 374, 392, 410, 417, 426

and case of Moissonnier, 375, 426

and alleged threats to French consuls, 456

letters from cited, 486n

and arming of French ships in U.S., 593

Hollingsworth & Johnson

Richmond merchants, 772n

Holt, James

receives votes for Va. Committee of Safety, 678

Homassel, Charles

letter to, 353-4

and Derieux’s business affairs, 353-4, 494

identified, 354n

letter from cited, 494n

Homberg veuve, & Homberg frères

Le Havre merchants, 768-9

Homer

Iliad, 728

Hood, Samuel, Viscount

captures Toulon, 135, 153, 199

Hooe, Robert Townshend

and accounts of Federal District Commissioners, 74-5

Hook, John

letter from, 677

tries to sell TJ land, 677-8

letter from cited, 677n

Hooker, Capt. (master of the Rozanna), 264n

Hooper, Joseph

and ship passports, 858

Hooper, Stephen

dispute with Thomas Pagan, 38, 106, 827

Hope (ship)

and compensation for French prizes, 611, 621-2, 632-5

Hopkins, John

letters to, 225, 354

letters from, 238, 427-8

and Short’s business affairs, 225, 238, 354, 427-8, 492, 616

identified, 225n

letter to cited, 428n

Hopkins, Samuel

improvements in making potash and pearl ash, 858-9

Hopkins, Stephen

letter from, 686-7

presides over 1779 Hartford Convention, 686-7

Hopkinson, Mary Johnson (Mrs. Thomas Hopkinson)

Martha Jefferson left with, 734

horses

for TJ, 64, 496-7, 524, 608, 638

and Whitney’s cotton gin, 246, 249

in British agriculture, 277

TJ’s gift of, 378, 431, 638

captured by Indians, 394n

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

export to British West Indies, 539, 549n, 558, 572

export to French West Indies, 539, 549n, 558, 572

duties on in Danish West Indies, 549n, 559, 573

for Convention troops, 690

for cavalry, 691, 710, 720

impressment of, 700-1

TJ buys from Madison, 793

as power for boats, 798

illness of TJ’s, 799

Horsley v. Chaloner

precedent cited by TJ, 727n

House, Mary

boardinghouse of, 406

friendship for TJ, 735

House, Samuel, 735

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

House of Representatives, U.S., Speaker of. See Muhlenberg, Frederick Augustus Conrad

Housman, John

memorial from, 351-2

and case of Betsey, 351-2

How, William

seeks payment of debt in Nova Scotia, 807

Howell, David

letter to, 376

letter from, 194

seeks appointment as district attorney, 194, 376

letter from submitted to Washington, 194n

Howell, Joseph

and Lafayette’s Continental army pay, 618n

Huckstep, John

witnesses TJ’s mother’s will, 779n

Huckstep, Joseph

witnesses deed, 676

Hudson, N.Y.

shipbuilding in, 605

Hudson river

forts on, 47

Huger, Isaac

letter to cited, 39n

reappointment as marshal, 39n

in S.C. campaign, 694

Humphreys, David

letter to, 90

letters from, 4-5, 24-5, 106-7, 125, 126, 152-3, 187, 196-7, 199-200, 222-3

mission to Algiers, 4, 23-4, 24-5, 106-7, 125, 126, 139-40, 141-2, 152-3, 187, 200, 223, 224, 283, 516-18, 522, 636

reports on French Revolution, 5

and Spain’s proposed alliance against U.S., 25, 142

letters from submitted to Washington, 25n, 107n, 125n, 126n, 153n, 198n, 200n, 223n

TJ awaits intelligence from, 96n

and Church’s consular accounts, 141

instructions to Church, 142

and Barclay’s mission to Morocco, 152, 513-14

forwards TJ’s letter, 162

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 196-8, 199, 222-3, 230-5, 252, 469, 507, 517-18

and naval operations in Mediterranean, 199

and case of Minerva, 223, 283n

letters from forwarded to TJ, 234

and Pintard’s arrest, 239

and case of Commerçant, 283n

Washington forwards letter from to TJ, 425

and ransom of captives in Algiers, 514

and U.S. negotiations with Spain, 519

account with U.S., 650, 658-60

letters of in State Department files, 650

correspondence with Short, 845

letters from cited, 847, 848, 849

commission of, 857

mentioned, 96n, 155

Hunt, Jeffrey

detained in Ga., 73-4

Hunter, Col.

creditor of Ann Harris, 672

Hunter, James, 708

Hunter’s Works, Fredericksburg

defense of, 706-7, 708

Huntington, Samuel

letter to, 815

letters from, 689, 700, 716, 718

and case of Nancy, 73, 99-100

transmits congressional resolutions, 689, 700, 718

express to, 697n

and rumored British expedition against New Castle, Del., 716

Hutchings, Joseph

receives votes for Va. Committee of Safety, 679

Hutchins, Thomas

letter to, 737

error in pamphlet, 737

Topographical Description of Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and North Carolina, 737

Hutchinson (Hutcheson, Hutchison), James

abandons Genet, 6-7

death of, 62, 435

Hutton, William

and model of threshing machine for TJ, 3-4, 7, 21

TJ offers recommendation for, 66

Hydra (ship)

detained at Ostend, 829, 833

voyage to Calcutta, 833

Hylton, Daniel L.

letter to, 255-6

and sale of Elk Hill, 255-6

letters from cited, 256n

letters to cited, 256n

stores TJ’s furniture, 271-2

ships TJ’s tobacco, 795

mentioned, 672

Hylton, William

and TJ’s furniture, 377, 465, 607

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