Volume 27 Index

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P

“Pacificus”

pseudonym used by Hamilton, 17-18, 63n, 412

Pagan, Thomas

dispute with Stephen Hooper, 38, 106, 827

Page, Carter

and Wayles estate, 337

Page, John

letter to, 702

and meeting of Congress, 496

possible letter to, 665

TJ’s dedication to, 674

elected to Va. Committee of Safety, 678

sent badge, 702

Page, John, Jr.

receives vote for Va. Committee of Safety, 678

Page, Mann

letter to, 496

and Culpeper Co. resolutions on neutrality, 237

TJ visits, 496, 638

receives votes for Va. Committee of Safety, 679

Page, Mary Tayloe (Mrs. Mann Page)

TJ’s affection for, 496

Pain, Thomas. See Pen (Pain), Thomas

Paine, Thomas

letters from, 226-7, 258-9

peace commission proposal by, 226-7, 258-9, 471

A Citizen of America to the Citizens of Europe, 227n

Panic of 1792

and Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, 825

Panton, Leslie & Co.

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 585n

Panton, William

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 462n, 585n

paper

offered by TJ to Washington, 306

for Department of State, 402.

See also

cartridge paper

sheathing paper

stationery

Paradise, John

intemperance of, 358, 359n

power of attorney for, 765-6

Paradise, Lucy Ludwell (Mrs. John Paradise)

provision for support of, 766

pardons

requested for C. Freeman, 306n, 355, 392, 439-43, 495

affixing of great seal to, 816

Parent, M.

guide to vineyards, 761

Paris

exchange rate, 5

rumored capture of, 125

notoriety of G. Morris in, 213-14

TJ lacks acquaintances in, 305

Short’s literary pursuits in, 325

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

Parish, John

letter from, 138

letter from quoted, 138-9n

letter from submitted to Washington, 138n

letters from cited, 848

Parker, Amasa

and pardon for C. Freeman, 440-2, 495n

Parker, Josiah

and defense of Va. munitions, 707

Parker, Thomas

letters to, 338-9, 456

instructions to, 340

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

letter to submitted to Washington, 340n, 391

and alleged threats to French consuls, 456

parliamentary procedure

TJ’s report on, 666-8

paroles

punishment for violating, 710

and prisoner of war exchanges, 717

Parr, John

proclamation on trade, 578n

Parr, Samuel

Free Translation of the Preface to Bellendenus, 812

Partridge, George

letter from, 737n

and dinner invitation to TJ, 737

Pasche, Capt. (master of City of Altona), 234n

passports (for individuals)

for Peale, 524, 858

requests for, 790, 853

under TJ’s purview, 855

and State Department seal, 856

passports (sea letters)

for U.S. ships, 39, 95, 117, 136, 301, 402, 858

for French ships, 148

under TJ’s purview, 855

certifications of, 856

and U.S. seal, 856

Patent Board, U.S.

W. Pollard’s petition to, 783

N. Read’s petition to cited, 791n

Ezekiel Hall’s petition to, 792

J. Stevens’s letter to, 797

and Fitch-Rumsey dispute, 797n, 837-8

Voigt’s petition to, 798

Fitch’s petitions to cited, 837-8n

petition of Jonathan Williams, Jr., 839

law establishing, 853

Patent Office, U.S.

fire at, xlix, 240-1n

and patent for Whitney’s cotton gin, 248

patents

for Whitney, xlix, 240-51, 392-3, 434

in England, 154

sought by Jonathan Lucas, 236, 309

laws governing, 240n, 853-4, 856

required documentation for, 240n

for Kinsley, 419-20, 485

for Brower, 420n

for W. Pollard, 783n

sought by Ezekiel Hall, 792

for N. Read, 792n, 803

for J. Stevens, 797n, 803-4

for Voigt, 798n

for Cruse, 803

for Rumsey, 803

for Biddis and Bedwell, 804

for Fitch, 804, 838n

Macomb’s improvements to, 804

for Jonathan Williams, Jr., 839n, 859

and U.S. seal, 856

for Francis Bailey, 858

for Samuel Hopkins, 858-9

Paterson, N.J.

and Pearce’s machine for cleaning cotton, 393, 434

Paterson, William

letter to, 815

judicial commission of, 857

Patriot (boat)

loss of, 717

Patsy (ship)

supplies Convention troops, 689

Patton, James

right to western land, 721-3

Patty and Julia (ship)

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 264n

Paulus (Powles) Hook, N.J.

and N.Y. yellow fever quarantine, 174

H. Lee’s capture of, 651n

Paymaster General, U.S.

papers for, 803

Peace Treaty, Definitive (1783)

infractions of, l, li, 50, 353, 392, 423, 426, 454-5, 475-9, 808, 826-8

and free ships and free goods, 601n

and U.S. right to navigate Mississippi, 631n

execution law for, 789

and recovery of debts, 829-30, 833

peaches

planted by Hawkins, 279

Peachy, Thomas Griffin

letter to, 109-10

letter from, 28

and Petersburg neutrality resolutions, 28-9, 109-10, 122

identified, 29n

letter from submitted to Washington, 122

Peale, Charles Willson

museum of, 524

Peale, Raphaelle

certificate for, 524

recommended by TJ, 524

identified, 524n

passport for, 524, 858

Peale, Rembrandt, 524n

Pearce, William

machine for cleaning cotton, 393, 434

pearl ash

captured by British, 52

export to Spain, 536, 554, 568

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

export to France, 537, 555, 569

export to Portugal, 537, 555, 569

export to Great Britain, 538, 547n, 556, 570

export from U.S. to Sweden forbidden, 539, 558, 572

Hopkins’s improvements in making, 858-9

pecans

TJ’s gift of trees, 723

Madison sends to TJ, 757

Peck, William

letter from quoted, 194n

recommends Howell for district attorney, 194n, 376

Peery, William

territorial judge, 787n

Peggy (ship)

and alleged French refugee plots in U.S., 629n

Peirce, Benjamin

and trade with Denmark, 801-2

recommends Saab_e as consul at Copenhagen, 802

Pen (Pain), Thomas (Lachua chief)

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 463n

Pendleton, Edmund

and Caroline Co. neutrality resolutions, 16, 18n, 145n

as Va. legislator, 667n

elected to Va. Committee of Safety, 678

pendulum

in calculation of weights and measures, 154, 219n, 508, 819-20

Penet, d’Acosta Frères & Cie.

A. Lee doubts honesty of, 686

drafts drawn on, 687-8, 694

Penet, Peter

Va. agent, 694

Penman, James & Edward, & Co.

and case of Trial, 337n, 638

Pennevert, M.

exequatur for, 282, 302, 352, 415, 426, 479, 603, 618

Pennsylvania

and conflict with Western Indians, 34n

U.S. marshal for, 163-4n

as meeting site of Congress, 254

agriculture in, 277

Germantown Academy offers to house legislature of, 315n

and U.S. right to navigate Mississippi, 630-1

and Madison’s revenue plan, 730

purchases Lake Erie tract, 809

executive acts sent to TJ, 852

Pennsylvania, Governor of. See Mifflin, Thomas

Pennsylvania Journal; and the Weekly Advertiser

delivery problems, 680

Penobscot, Me.

expedition to, 729

Penrose, Thomas

shipyard of, 102, 118

Pensacola, Treaty of

sent to Carmichael and Short, 163

Pensacola, W. Fla.

made free port, 579-80, 641

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 584n

Perdrix (French warship)

joins abortive naval campaign in Canada, 386-7n

Perot, Elliston & John

and Short’s business affairs, 408

Perpignan, France

Spanish defeat at, 5, 126, 142, 149

French garrison at, 155

Spanish victory near, 199-200

Peru

and Spanish relations with U.S., 212

Peter (slave)

bequeathed by Ann Eppes Harris, 682

Peters, Richard

and case of William, 384

and detention of French sailors, 607

and case of Hope, 634n

certificate of, 803

Petersburg, Va.

neutrality resolutions of, 19n, 28-9, 109-10, 122

Ast, Bingham & Co. at, 307

British raid on, 705-6

Petit, Adrien

witnesses agreement with James Hemings, 120

to buy Mrs. Adams shoes, 751

journey to U.S., 786n

Petite Démocrate. See Little Sarah

Peyrouse, Mme

vineyard, 762

Pfeiffer, George

absent from Philadelphia, 260

copies documents for President’s message to Congress, 403

phaeton

wheels for TJ’s, 267

Phenix (ship)

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 264n

Philadelphia

and yellow fever, xlix, 7, 19n, 21, 62, 63, 84, 85, 88, 89-90, 91, 92, 93, 95, 102-3, 111, 119, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 135, 146, 164n, 174-5, 182n, 183, 192n, 193, 200, 228-9, 238, 240, 251, 256, 259-60, 279, 297, 299, 301, 315n, 318, 333, 334, 335-6, 345, 347, 351, 354, 361, 388, 390, 394, 395, 408, 409, 432, 450-5, 464, 467, 485, 491-2, 493, 510, 522

prices at, 7-8, 137-8

alleged French refugee plots in, 41, 286, 404-6, 486-7n

surplus arms at, 47

trade with Jamaica, 73n

and legal delays, 119

juries support Genet, 127

supports French Revolution, 131

Genet’s arrival at, 134n

and Leslie’s test of pendulum, 154

and case of Andrew, 159n

real estate investment in, 202-3

Church charters ship for, 235n, 263n

Blanchard’s misfortunes in, 251

and location of executive offices, 254

yellow fever threatens relocation of Congress, 254-5, 297

Swedish consul at, 389-90n

French refugees insult Saint-Domingue delegation at, 404-6, 429-30

inspector for port of, 421

naval officer, 424-5

surveyor, 424-5

French refugee press at, 436-9

French sailors detained in, 511-12, 597, 605, 607

and case of Hope, 611, 621

and public securities, 615-16

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

earthquake at, 734

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

trade with India, 833, 835

Philadelphia Convention (1780)

calling of, 686-7

Phill, Old (TJ’s slave)

travels to Richmond, 776

Phillips, Benjamin H.

letter to, 95-6

letter from, 136

and removal of slaves from U.S. ship, 96n

and Dutch capture of U.S. ship, 136

letters from cited, 136n, 848

Phillips, William

joins Arnold, 713

junction with Cornwallis, 719

Pichard, M.

vineyard, 762, 763

Pickens, Andrew

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 32

Pickering, Timothy

letter to, 703

letter from, 628

and Genet’s recall, 53n

requests copy of census, 628

and deputy quartermaster in Va., 703

pickled beef

export from U.S. to Netherlands forbidden, 538, 557, 571.

See also beef

pickled fish

export to Portugal, 221

pickled pork

export from U.S. to Netherlands forbidden, 538, 557, 571.

See also pork

Pictet, Catherine, 794n

Piedmont, Italy

sends troops to Toulon, 163

Piespot (Bispot), Germany

TJ evaluates wine of, 763

Pigneau de Béhaine, Pierre Joseph Georges

and rice for TJ, 760, 761n

Pigou (ship)

carries copper for Mint, 150, 311, 450-5

carries letters, 508, 509

Pilgrim (ship)

captured by Sans Culottes, 319-20

and French captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters, 319-20, 322, 342-3n, 417, 421, 426, 486

and case of Moissonnier, 375, 392

pimento

captured by French, 159n

export from British West Indies, 539, 559, 572

Pinckney, Charles

letter to, 815

and convention with Spain on fugitives, 816

Pinckney, Elizabeth Motte (Mrs. Thomas Pinckney)

travels with Edwards, 275

Pinckney, Thomas

letters to, 8-9, 55-9, 91-2, 115, 450, 508-9

letters from, 144, 149-50, 151, 158, 451

correspondence with TJ printed, li

and model of threshing machine for TJ, 3, 7, 21, 66, 336, 508

and British trade restrictions, 6-8, 50, 55-9, 149-50, 471, 475

and case of Jay, 8-9, 12

and case of Portland, 10, 52

dispatches from forwarded, 11

and Cutting’s arrival in Lisbon, 23

and impressment, 29, 52, 92, 150

and additional instructions to British warships and privateers, 33-4, 143, 150, 475

and British infractions of peace treaty, 50

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 91, 92n, 95n, 114, 115, 116, 613, 652, 654, 659-60

and U.S. relations with Spain, 91-2

TJ letters forwarded to, 93, 173-5

and consular affairs, 97n, 150

letter to quoted, 97n

letter from submitted to Washington, 123

recommends Miller, 144

account with U.S., 150, 650

and Mint, 150, 158, 160, 311, 450-5, 645

and case of Lafayette, 151, 433, 643

assists Leslie, 154

and case of Lawrence, 158

and French trade restrictions, 158, 466, 468-9, 477n

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

and Graham’s offer to negotiate opening of Mississippi, 444

and British retention of Western posts, 451

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 508-9

and J. P. Jones’s mission to Algiers, 515

and U.S. guarantee of French possessions in America, 599-601

and case of P. Wilson, 650-1

letters from cited, 847, 848, 849

Pine, Mary (Mrs. Robert Edge Pine)

and portrait of Madison, 828

Pine, Robert Edge

portrait of Madison, 828

Pintard, John Marsden

letter to, 95-6

letters from, 223, 239, 282-3

assists French prisoners, 96n

and case of Commerçant, 141, 282-3

and case of Minerva, 141, 223-4, 282-3

compensation for, 149

under house arrest, 223-4, 239, 282-3

letters from cited, 224n, 283n, 781n

letters from submitted to Washington, 224n, 239n, 284n

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 234n, 282-4

seeks consular appointment at Lisbon, 781n

Pintard, Mrs. John Marsden

Goddard’s affection for, 239n

Pinto de Sousa Coutinho, Luís. See Coutinho, Luís Pinto de Sousa

Piomingo (Chickasaw Chief)

and Chickasaw-Creek war, 585n

pitch

French-Portuguese trade in, 140

export to Spain, 536, 554, 568

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

duties on in France, 537, 555, 569

export to Portugal, 537, 555, 569

duties on in Great Britain, 538, 547n, 556, 570

export from U.S. to Sweden forbidden, 539, 558, 572

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

Pitt, William

and Graham’s offer to negotiate opening of Mississippi, 444

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 597

Pittsburgh

Indian depredations, 691

Pittsylvania Court House, Va.

arms stored at, 709

Pius VI, Pope

anecdote about, 221

plague

in Algiers, 126, 152, 284n

in Turkey, 193

Plan for establishing a Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement (Sir John Sinclair)

sent to TJ, 66-7

plateau, glass

for Mrs. Adams, 751

plows

for Madison, 63

for Washington, 425n

Plumard de Bellanger, Mme

TJ forwards letter from, 4

Plymouth, England

and case of Jay, 8

impressment in, 29

Pocomoke river

and Va.-Md. boundary, 54n

Poivre, Pierre

Voyages d’un Philosophe, 760

Poland

tenancy in, 205

Political Sketches (William Vans Murray)

given to TJ, 812

Political State of Europe

owned by TJ, 322-3

Pollard, William

petition to Patent Board, 783

cotton spinning machine, 783

Pollexfen, Sir Henry

Arguments and Reports, 670

Pollock, Oliver

given drafts on France, 687

Va. commercial agent, 687-8, 698, 699

recommended by Miró, 723-4

Polly (ship)

carries letter to TJ, 138

Polly (sloop)

carries wine for TJ, 152

Polly (U.S. brig)

passport for, 858

Polly (U.S. sloop and French privateer)

renamed Republican, 422

Polverel, Etienne

and Talon’s business affairs, 460-1n

Pommard, France

TJ evaluates wine of, 761

Pond, Peter

western discoveries, 793

Pontac

vineyard, 843

Ponte do Lima, Tomás Xavier de Lima Nogueira Vasconcelos Teles da Silva, Marqués de

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 233

Pontevin, John

master of Ambitieux, 159n

Pope, Alexander

“Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady” quoted by TJ, 673, 675n

Pope, Nathaniel

as attorney for TJ, 805

porcelain

figurines for Mrs. Adams, 751

pork

captured by British, 52

price of, 277

captured by French, 337n

for TJ’s overseers, 411

export from U.S. to French West Indies forbidden, 549n, 572.

See also

pickled pork

salted pork

Poropotank creek, Va.

depth of water at, 705

Port-au-Prince, Saint-Domingue

Trial detained at, 337n

Commerce detained at, 525

Portland (ship)

Admiralty decree on, 10-12

cargo sold to British government, 11-12, 52

Port Royal, Va.

militia garrison, 708

Portsmouth, N.H.

and circular letter to merchants, 73

Portsmouth, Va.

and case of Républicaine, 195n

trade with Cádiz, 266n

proposed American expedition against, 713

marine hospital, 794n

Portugal

sends troops to Spain, 5, 125, 126, 140-1, 155, 425n

ambassador to Spain, 25

relations with Spain, 25

possibility of war with France, 107, 140

naval protection against Algiers, 139, 196-8, 199, 222-3, 224, 230-5, 252-3, 264-7, 608n

trade with France, 140-1

and case of Commerçant, 141, 283n

fleet movements, 153, 187, 199, 262

vice-consul in Maryland and Virginia, 171n

truce with Algiers, 196-8, 199, 222-3, 224, 230-5, 252-3, 262-7, 282-4, 469, 498-9, 503, 507, 508-9, 516-18, 607-8, 617

trade with Brazil, 197n

relations with U.S., 221-2

trade with Spain, 221

U.S. trade with, 221-2, 263, 266n, 470

and case of Minerva, 223-4

and Pintard’s arrest, 239

and Prussian war with France, 265

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, 537, 540, 555, 559, 569, 573, 800

direct trade forbidden between U.S. and colonies of, 539, 540, 558, 559, 572, 573

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

and free ships and free goods, 598-600

and League of Armed Neutrality, 600n

relations with Algiers, 752-3

navy captures Algerine vessel, 823.

See also

Church, Edward

Humphreys, David

Portugal, Queen of. See Maria I, Queen of Portugal

postal service

complaints about, 590

between England and France, 771-2

act establishing, 815

Postillion (ship)

and Humphreys’s mission to Algiers, 139

potash

inspector of, 510

production of, 510

export to Spain, 536, 554, 568

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

export to France, 537, 555, 569

export to Portugal, 537, 555, 569

export to Great Britain, 538, 547n, 556, 570

export from U.S. to Sweden forbidden, 539, 558, 572

Hopkins’s improvements in making, 858-9

potatoes

for TJ, 432

Potclay (Cherokee chief)

badge worn by, 702

Potomac river

and Va.-Md. boundary, 54n

Potomac River Company

and Short’s business affairs, 203-4, 615

pound sterling

exchange rate with dollar, 810

exchange rate with sequin, 823

Powles Hook. See Paulus (Powles) Hook, N.J.

Prato, Giovannini da

character of, 21

Pratt, Henry

and case of Andrew, 159-60n, 224-5

Prebble, Henry

consul at Cádiz, 60n

Précieuse (French warship)

joins abortive naval campaign in Canada, 386-7n

Preignac (Prignac), France

TJ evaluates wine of, 763, 843-4

Prentis, Joseph, 710

President, U.S. See United States: President

Preston, William

and lead for militia, 693

Priestley, Joseph

home destroyed by mob, 277n

Priestley, Joseph, Jr.

and land investment plans, 22

Prignac. See Preignac (Prignac), France

Prince William (ship)

captured by Citoyen Genet, 69n

Prince William Co., Va.

militia, 706, 708

Prince William Henry (ship)

and restoration of French prizes, 22, 36, 55, 413-14, 422, 426-7, 457n

printing press

for Va., 711

prisoners of war

exchange of, 717

prisoners of war, American

Dohrman’s aid to at Lisbon, 695

privateers, British

capture U.S. ships, 52, 54, 201, 264n, 377, 489, 491

abuses of neutral shipping by, 140

and seizure of French property on U.S. ships, 160

privateers, Dutch

and removal of slaves from U.S. ship, 96n

capture U.S. ship, 136

privateers, French

capture U.S. ships, 10-11, 12-13, 158, 159-60, 525

arming of in U.S., 37, 80-2n, 618

commissioned by Genet in U.S., 43-4, 49, 78, 79, 84, 85, 90, 99-100, 104, 351-2, 413-14, 451-2, 594-5n, 611, 620-2, 632-5

fitted out in U.S., 44, 195, 316-19, 321-2, 368-73, 418-19

captured by British navy, 49

right to use U.S. ports, 70-1

right to commission in U.S., 112-13, 148

and withdrawal from U.S. ports, 112-13, 124, 451-2, 632-5

abuses of neutral shipping by, 140

capture Portuguese ship, 140-1

capture British ships, 183-4, 189, 261, 310, 316-20, 321-2, 342-4, 368-73, 375, 382-3, 384-5, 417-19, 611, 618, 620-2, 625-8, 632-5

commissioned in U.S., 261, 268-9, 310-11, 313, 343-4, 346, 625-8

capture Spanish ship, 268-9, 310-11, 313, 343-4, 346, 445, 446-7, 625-8

capture Swedish ship, 351-2

plunder U.S. ship, 383n

prize money

claims to, 746-8, 756

prizes

compensation for French, 22, 33, 35-7, 43-4, 112-13, 310, 413n, 457, 474-5, 476n, 504, 583, 611, 620-2, 632-5

restoration of French, 22, 25-6, 33, 35-7, 43-6, 55, 72-3, 79, 84, 85, 90, 99-100, 104, 112-13, 190-1, 257, 268-9, 310-11, 313, 316-19, 321-2, 342-4, 346, 351-2, 368-73, 382-3, 384-5, 387n, 389, 413-14, 417-19, 422, 426, 445, 446-7, 457, 512, 583, 625-8, 632-5

sale of French in U.S., 31, 48, 219, 319-20, 375, 413n, 486

allies forbidden to bring into U.S. ports, 49

detention of French in U.S., 49, 67-9, 71, 77n, 80-2n, 104-5, 183-4, 189, 191, 279-80, 410

and maritime jurisdiction of U.S., 338-40, 340-1

Proclamation of Neutrality

and President’s annual address to Congress, l, 399-401, 411-13, 423, 473

Genet’s views on, 17-18, 131, 134n

authored by E. Randolph, 18

and Petersburg neutrality resolutions, 28-9, 109-10

and “Helvidius” essays, 61-2

delivered to Pinckney, 92

and case of Républicaine, 195n

and Culpeper Co. neutrality resolutions, 237n

and restoration of French prizes, 268-9

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

and free ships and free goods, 598-601

Provence, Louis Stanislas Xavier, Comte de

alleged letters to Washington, 134n

plots overthrow of French revolutionary regime, 289n

Providence. See Aimée (Amée) Marguerite

Providence, Bahamas. See New Providence, Bahamas

Providence, R.I.

and recommendation for district attorney, 194

shipbuilding at, 581

Provisional Executive Council. See France: Provisional Executive Council

provision law (Va.), commissioners of

appointment, 700-1

powers lapse, 707-8

provisions

and British trade restrictions, 150n, 157

and French trade restrictions, 365-7, 640-1

and policy on contraband, 458-9.

See also

fresh provisions

live provisions

salted provisions

wet provisions

Provoost, William

and case of Sisters, 54

Prunel, M. de

vineyard, 762

Prussia

war with France, 5, 265

and case of Lafayette, 129, 151, 502-3

and free ships and free goods, 598-600

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

public debt

Genet’s comments on holders of, 133

and sinking fund, 825

public securities

and Short’s finances, 207-8, 225, 238, 354-5, 408, 427-8, 492, 614-17

counterfeiting of, 306n, 439-43, 495

Pufendorf, Samuel von

as legal authority, 272-3, 379

Puglia, James Philip

letter from, 334-5

seeks Department of State clerkship, 334-5

translates for Department of State, 334-5

identified, 335n

Puigcerdá (Puycerda), Spain

captured by French, 149

Pultey, Capt.

and rice for TJ, 787

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