Volume 27 Index

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N

nailery. See Jefferson, Thomas: Nailery

nailrod

for TJ, 586

Nancarrow, John

letter to, 453

and lodgings for TJ, 453

recommends Voigt as chief coiner of Mint, 826n

Nancarrow, Susanna (Mrs. John Nancarrow)

and lodgings for TJ, 453

Nancrede, M.

and case of Greyhound, 81n

Nancy (British ship)

captured by Petite Démocrate and Carmagnole, 73, 99-100

Nancy (slave)

bequeathed by Ann Eppes Harris, 682

Nancy (U.S. schooner)

captured by British, 489, 491

Nancy (U.S. ship)

evades Algerine capture, 253

Nantes, France

U.S. consul at, 9

Nanticoke, Md.

trade with Barbados, 319

Naples

joins war against France, 155, 163, 187

Nash, Abner

as Governor of N.C., 697

Nashville

cotton production at, 818

Nassau, Bahamas

and British captures of U.S. ships, 190

Natchez

captured by Spanish, 723-4

Natchez, Treaty of

sent to Carmichael and Short, 163

Nathan, Simon

claim against Va., 718

National Assembly.

See

France: Legislative Assembly

France: National Assembly

National Convention. See France: National Convention

National Gazette (Philadelphia)

defenders of Genet in, 6

forwarded to TJ, 117, 260

and case of Duplaine, 182

and Short’s diplomatic conduct, 214-18

ceases publication, 299, 345, 468, 497

Nattal, Nathaniel

lodging of, 705

naval stores

captured by British, 11

French-Portuguese trade in, 140

and British trade restrictions, 150n

navigation acts, British

restrictions on U.S. trade, 547-8n, 556-7, 564-5n, 570-1, 642

ban U.S. merchants in British colonies, 566n, 572

restrictions on shipping, 841

Nelson, Thomas, Jr.

letter from, 710

reinforcements for, 707

and cavalry horses, 710

militia under, 710

Netherlands

treaty of amity and commerce with U.S., 36, 72n, 96n, 600-1n

French captures of Dutch ships, 48

and free ships and free goods, 96n, 598-600

fleet in Mediterranean, 107

truce with Algiers, 107, 232, 284n, 470, 516

war with France, 116, 258

captures U.S. ship, 136

captives from die in Algiers, 152

warships arrive in Gibraltar, 187

Short’s negotiations with, 213

U.S. relations with, 218

and Paine’s peace commission proposal, 227, 258-9

relations with Great Britain, 276

war with Algiers, 284n

U.S. debt to, 429n

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 508-9

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, 545n, 557, 571

colonial trade regulations, 540, 559, 573

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

and League of Armed Neutrality, 600n

U.S. exports to colonies of, 800

restricts trade to Batavia, 801

U.S. trade with, 805-6.

See also

Dumas, Charles William Frederick

Van Berckel, Franco Petrus

Neuport. See Nieuwpoort (Neuport), Austrian Netherlands

neutrality

and British trade restrictions, l-li, 50, 100-2, 115, 123, 143, 149-50, 157, 423, 451, 454-5, 468, 475, 478n, 489, 491

and French trade restrictions, l-li, 156-7, 365-7, 468, 474, 477n, 640-1, 651

and Genet’s recall, l-li, 52-3, 126-34, 219, 400-1, 423, 474, 476n, 527-32, 600n

and additional instructions to British warships and privateers, 6, 33, 100-2, 115, 123, 143-4, 149-50, 475, 476-7n, 478n

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 6, 12-14, 44-6, 48, 49-50, 51, 52-3, 55, 71, 79-82, 104-5, 131-2, 170, 171-2, 184-7, 189, 190, 191, 228, 261, 272-4, 279-80, 317-18, 319n, 320, 375, 392, 393, 413n

and British captures of U.S. ships, 8-9, 11, 12, 138, 160, 190, 201, 264n, 377, 484, 489, 491, 526, 534

and French captures of U.S. ships, 9-11, 12-13, 158, 159-60, 224-5, 305n, 422, 525, 534

Republican resolutions on, 16, 18-19n, 19-20, 28-9, 144-5, 237

Federalist resolutions on, 18n, 27, 28n, 145n, 237

and compensation for French prizes, 22, 33, 35-7, 43-4, 112-13, 224-5, 413n, 457, 474-5, 476n, 504, 611, 620-2, 632-5

and restoration of French prizes, 22, 25-6, 33, 35-7, 43-4, 55, 72-3, 84, 85, 99-100, 108, 112-13, 190-1, 268-9, 310-11, 316-19, 343-4, 346, 368-73, 387n, 418-19, 426, 445, 446-7, 457, 512, 625-8, 632-5

and French capture of Swedish ship, 25, 351-2, 389, 422

and French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S., 25-6, 49, 73-4, 78, 79, 104, 131, 351-2, 611, 620-2, 625-8

and use of U.S. ports by French navy, 30-1, 48, 49-50, 55, 70-1, 123, 177-8, 179

and sale of French prizes in U.S., 31, 48, 132, 219, 364, 413n, 486

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

and French captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters, 44-6, 49, 67-9, 103-5, 257, 279-80, 319-20, 322, 342-3, 374, 382-3, 384-5, 393, 410, 417-18, 421, 422, 426, 486, 512, 618

and British right to bring prizes into U.S. ports, 49

and threatened revocation of French consular exequaturs, 49, 51, 52-3, 83, 123, 132, 170, 375; and French right to fit out privateers in U.S., 50, 112-13, 148, 195, 261, 268-9, 310-11, 316-19, 321-2, 343-4, 346, 368-73, 418-19, 594-5n

and U.S. jurisdiction over belligerent prize cases, 55, 67-9, 131-2, 351-2, 389, 409, 413n, 422, 424n

and arming of belligerent ships in U.S. ports, 57, 422, 452n

and detention of French prizes in U.S. ports, 62, 67-9, 71, 104-5, 108, 131-2, 191, 279-80, 342-3n, 372n, 410

and French right to bring prizes into U.S. ports, 70-1, 132

and enlistment in French service of French citizens in U.S., 73-4, 511-12n

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 73, 131, 177, 178-9, 196, 261, 296-7n, 619-20

and arrest of French deserters, 75-6, 76-8, 97-8

and maritime jurisdiction of U.S., 78, 104, 105n, 171-2, 190-1, 257, 328-31, 338-40, 340-1, 364, 391-2, 393, 413n, 416-17, 422, 426, 427, 446n, 476n

and arming of French privateers in U.S. ports, 80-2n, 593, 618

and free ships and free goods, 96n, 310, 474, 477n, 598-601, 640-1, 651

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, 111-12n, 176-80, 196, 290-1, 311, 314, 392, 445, 594n, 631n

and withdrawal from U.S. ports of French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S., 112-13, 124, 451-2, 632-5

and Genet’s request for arms for French West Indies, 131, 134n

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

and Dutch capture of U.S. ship, 136

and abuse of neutral shipping by belligerent privateers, 140

and U.S. treaty obligations, 144n

and French mistreatment of U.S. ships, 175n, 383n

and delay in pursuing belligerent ships leaving U.S. ports, 177-8, 179

and French captures of British ships, 183-4, 310, 329, 331-2

and Portuguese detention of U.S. ship, 223-4, 239, 282-3

and Spanish captures of U.S. ships, 252-3, 327, 357-8, 499

and French capture of Spanish ship, 268-9, 310-11, 313, 343-4, 346, 391-2, 422, 445, 446-7, 625-8

and alleged French refugee plots in U.S., 284-9, 295-7, 356, 372n, 392, 405-6n, 415, 436-9, 456, 458, 460-1, 481-2, 486-7, 523n, 629

and U.S. guarantee of French possessions in America, 284-9, 362, 400, 412, 452n, 476n, 599

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

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

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

Va. legislative resolutions on, 333-4, 430-1

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

Hamilton’s views on, 399-400, 401n, 411-12

TJ’s views on, 399-400, 412

E. Randolph’s views on, 400, 401n, 412

Washington’s views on, 400

and mistreatment of deputation from Saint-Domingue, 404-6, 429-30, 436, 460

rules on, 409, 593

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in belligerent service, 421-2

and equipment of belligerent ships in U.S., 422

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

and Genet’s request for authority over U.S. ships to Saint-Domingue, 437-8, 459

and sale of arms to belligerent nations, 458-9

and detention of French sailors, 510-11, 597, 607

and enlistment of Indians in French service, 594n.

See also passports

Nevill, Joseph

and supplies for Clark’s army, 711

New Castle, Del.

rumored British expedition against, 716

New England: reaction to Shays’s Rebellion, 220-1

Newfoundland

abortive French naval campaign against, 177-8n, 290-1n, 386n

fisheries, 221-2

and British trade restrictions, 540, 559, 566n, 572

New Hampshire

Duplaine as vice-consul for, 185

appointment of district attorney for, 424, 483-4

and Madison’s revenue plan, 729

New Hampshire, Governor of. See Bartlett, Josiah

New Hanover Co., N.C.

and case of Providence, 343n

New Haven, Conn.

Hutton to erect mill at, 66

and Whitney’s cotton gin, 240n, 246

New Jersey

agriculture in, 193

and Madison’s revenue plan, 730

and ratification of Bill of Rights, 789

legislative acts sent to TJ, 852

New Jersey, Governor of. See Paterson, William

New Jersey Supreme Court

and case of C. Freeman, 439-40, 495n

New Kent Co., Va.

militia, 710

New London, Conn.

Nancy detained at, 72, 99

French vice-consul at, 282

New Orleans

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, 176-8, 290, 312, 619-20n

trade duties at, 444

made free port, 579-80, 641, 845

fund at for paying western expenses, 687-8

Newport, R.I.

trade with Spain, 192

shipbuilding at, 581

trade with Ostend, 829

New Providence, Bahamas

proposed U.S. consul at, 35

U.S. ships carried into, 118, 201, 489

and British privateering, 386

newspapers

for Department of State, 490

New Year’s Day

presidential visiting day, 813

New York

and ratification of Bill of Rights, lii

and Galbaud’s dispute with Genet, 33, 42, 77n

agriculture in, 193

and British retention of western posts, 610n

and Madison’s revenue plan, 730

New York, Governor of. See Clinton, George

New-York Chamber of Commerce

and French mistreatment of U.S. ships, 175n

letter from cited, 175n

New York City

French consul at (see Hauterive, Alexandre Maurice Blanc de Lanautte d’)

French fleet at, 31, 45, 48, 49, 70, 100, 177-8, 179, 219

alleged French refugee plots in, 41, 286

French prizes at, 44-6, 68

French cruisers off, 100

yellow fever severs communication with Philadelphia, 146

and tonnage duties from Saint-Domingue refugees, 173, 280-2, 435

trade with London, 173

quarantine against yellow fever, 174-5, 219

yellow fever threatens relocation of Congress to, 175, 297, 299

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 177-9

defenses of, 192-3, 610n

Church charters ship for, 235n, 263n

trade with Cádiz, 252

trade with Barcelona, 253

French sailors detained at, 280, 597n

chancellor of French consulate, 281n

and wheat sales, 295

ginned cotton sold at, 434

and withdrawal from U.S. ports of French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S., 452n, 634

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

and detention of French sailors, 607

and public securities, 615-16

removal of U.S. government from, 785-6

and exports of fish, 788

New York Journal, & Patriotic Register

defenders of Genet in, 6

and case of Duplaine, 274n

Nguyen Anh, 761n

Nguyen Phuoc Chan, 760, 761n

Niagara, N.Y.

British garrison at, 448n

Nice

Sardinian defeat near, 265

Nicholas, Mr., 669

Nicholas, George

declines appointment as district attorney of Ky., 183, 190

letter from submitted to Washington, 190

Nicholas, John, Sr. (of Seven Islands)

receives votes for Va. Committee of Safety, 678

Nicholas, Robert Carter

receives votes for Va. Committee of Safety, 678

Nicholas, Wilson Cary

Madison’s opinion of, 18

Nicoll (Nicole), Warren Lisle

and case of Industry, 318n, 321

Nieuwpoort (Neuport), Austrian Netherlands

captured by French, 277

Nightingale, Joseph

letter from quoted, 194n

recommends Howell for district attorney, 194n, 376

Nîmes (Nismes), France

TJ’s travel hints, 767-8

wine at, 767, 844

Noaïlles, Louis Marie, Vicomte de: supposed meeting with Washington, 131, 134n

Nodin, John

The British Duties of Customs Excise, 565n

Norfolk, Va.

and capture of Sans Culotte, 49

and tonnage duties from Saint-Domingue refugees, 173, 281; and case of Républicaine, 195

and Short’s landholdings, 202

Ast, Bingham & Co. at, 307

and model of threshing machine for TJ, 336

and alleged British plots against U.S., 381n

trade with St. Barthélemy, 611, 634n

Normande (French warship)

cruises off New York, 100

French sailors detained on, 597n

North & Vesey

and case of Trial, 337n

North Carolina

need for threshing machine, 3-4

British consul for, 61, 83

French consul for, 268-9, 627-8n

viticulture, 278-9

drought, 279

seasonal ague in, 279

and case of San Josef, 344n, 392, 626-8

Spanish consul for, 344n

military supplies for, 696

militia, 697, 787

and Madison’s revenue plan, 730-1

and export of fish, 788

boundary with Southwest Territory, 796

and authentication of federal laws, 797n

North Carolina, Governor of.

See

Martin, Alexander

Nash, Abner

Northey v. Strange

precedent cited by TJ, 727n

Northwest Territory

posts in, 33

peace negotiations with Indians in, 88, 450-5

absence of judges from, 111

R. Graham’s land in, 443-4

Norway

joins League of Armed Neutrality, 600n

Notes on the State of Virginia

and boundary with Md., 53-4

Fabbroni’s copy, 745-6, 754-5

Nourse, Joseph

letter from, 305

and Department of State expenses, 305

and Short’s business affairs, 616

and Department of State accounts, 660-1

Nouvelle Rosalie (ship)

and Saint-Domingue refugees, 65, 89

Nova Scotia

British Court of Admiralty in, 106

British raise troops in, 287

and French plan to liberate Canada, 290-1n

French seek allies in, 386n

trade regulations, 578n

Nuits (Nuys), France

TJ evaluates wine of, 761

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