Volume 27 Index

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U

United States

Army

and defense preparations, 46-7.

See also

Department of War, U.S. Knox, Henry

Cabinet

and British retention of western posts, l-li, 33-4

and British trade restrictions, l-li, 50, 59n, 454-5, 475-9n, 481, 489, 491n

and French trade restrictions, l-li, 475-9n, 481

and Genet’s recall, l-li, 49, 53n, 133n, 399-401, 476-9n

and infractions of peace treaty, l-li, 50, 353n, 392, 426, 454-5, 475-9n, 481

and President’s annual address to Congress, l, 399-401, 411-13, 423-4n, 428, 453-5

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

and conflict with Creeks, 32, 33-4n

and conflict with Miamis, 32, 33-4n

and Galbaud’s dispute with Genet, 32-4

and coastal fortifications, 33, 46-7, 428, 454-5

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

and case of Riviere, 49

and case of Sans Culotte, 49

and case of William Tell, 49

and detention of French prizes in U.S. ports, 49

and French captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters, 49, 342-3n, 374n, 383n, 385n, 392, 426

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 49-50, 392, 426

and French fleet in N.Y., 49-50

and French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S., 49, 622n

and threatened revocation of French consular exequaturs, 49

and case of Flora, 50

and French right to fit out privateers in U.S., 50, 371-2n

and case of Duplaine, 82n, 416n, 427

TJ desires to avoid meetings of, 121

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

and U.S. defense needs, 134n

meets in Germantown, 218-19, 228-9, 297-8, 450-5

and President’s authority to relocate Congress, 254-5

and U.S. guarantee of French possessions in America, 289n, 400, 476n

and French plan to liberate Canada, 291n

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, 291n

and maritime jurisdiction of U.S., 330n, 331n, 340n, 342n, 391, 426, 476n

and case of Conyngham, 342-3n, 374n, 392, 426

and case of Pilgrim, 342-3n, 426

and alleged French refugee plots in U.S., 356n, 392

and case of Industry, 371-2n

and case of Moissonnier, 375n, 392

and case of William, 383n, 385n, 392, 426

and case of Roehampton, 392, 426

and Genet’s threat to appeal from Washington to American people, 399-401, 453-5

and restoration of French prizes, 414n, 426

and address of French consular commissions, 415n, 426, 489

and case of Lovely Lass, 426-7

and case of Prince William Henry, 426-7

and exequaturs for foreign consuls, 426, 489

and case of Dannery, 427

and case of Jane of Dublin, 427

and proposal for military academy, 428, 454-5

and new commercial treaty with France, 476n

and British captures of U.S. ships, 489, 491n

and case of Nancy, 489, 491n

and tonnage duties from Saint-Domingue refugees, 489, 523n

and neutrality rules, 593n

and free ships and free goods, 599

and case of Hope, 622n

and compensation for French prizes, 622n

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

and publication of Genet’s correspondence, 632, 649n.

See also

Hamilton, Alexander Jefferson, Thomas: Secretary of State Knox, Henry Randolph, Edmund

Congress

and British retention of western posts, l-li

and British trade restrictions, l-li, 6, 58, 471-2, 475-9

and French trade restrictions, l-li, 474-9, 651-2

and infractions of peace treaty, l-li, 475-9

and Bill of Rights, li, 815

TJ’s report on commerce to, li, 532-80

meeting of, 8, 121, 218, 279, 402, 450, 467, 481, 496, 497

and Republican resolutions on neutrality, 17

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 32, 585n

and coastal fortifications, 33, 428

and Knox’s report on defense, 47

and Genet’s recall, 87n, 126-32, 219, 400-1, 474-9

and enforcement of consular convention, 98

and enforcement of neutrality, 104

and compensation for French prizes, 113, 474-9

and consular salaries, 141

and weights and measures, 154, 220n, 508

and tonnage duties from Saint-Domingue refugees, 172-3, 489, 523

yellow fever threatens relocation of, 175, 228-9, 297-8, 299, 334, 335-6, 345, 361, 388, 390, 394, 395, 432, 464, 485, 491-2

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 197-8n, 503, 516-18, 608, 610, 617

and Paine’s peace commission proposal, 227n, 258

President’s authority to relocate, 254

and case of Duplaine, 273

and detention of French prizes in U.S. ports, 280

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 280

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

and Genet’s threat to appeal from Washington to American people, 298, 395-6, 399-401

annual budget, 305

and Ast’s fire insurance plan, 308-9, 359-60, 592

and patents, 309, 791n, 797n

Germantown Academy offers to house, 315

and Southwest Territory, 324n, 328

and Department of State accounts, 333, 582, 612-13, 649, 652-5, 655

and customs laws, 344n

and U.S. debt to France, 348, 365

powers of, 379, 411-13, 428

President’s annual address to, 399-401, 411-13, 421-3, 428, 453-5

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 399-401

and final settlement of state accounts, 407

and proposal for military academy, 428

accommodations for, 433

and Skjöldebrand’s proposed mission to Algiers, 466n

and free ships and free goods, 474-9, 651-2

and additional instructions to British warships and privateers, 475-9

and circular letter to merchants, 475

and relations with Spain, 475, 518n, 629, 648-9

and Department of State budget, 490

printed laws of, 490

and address of French consular commissions, 500-1, 527

and Barclay’s mission to Morocco, 513-15

and ransom of captives in Algiers, 513-17, 518n, 521, 824

and relations with Algiers, 513-17, 518n, 521, 617

and relations with Morocco, 513-17, 518n, 521

and boundary with Spain, 519-20

and right to navigate Mississippi, 519-20

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 519-20, 591, 617, 629, 648-9

and trade with Spain, 519-20

and Creek boundary with Ga., 585n

and ships for U.S. Navy, 589

Genet’s right to appeal from Washington to, 594-5, 632, 649

and publication of Genet’s correspondence, 594-5, 632, 649

private appeals to, 595-6

and restrictions on British trade, 609; and relations with Western Indians, 610n

and registration of servants, 611-12n

and French plan to capture E. and W. Fla., 620

attitudes in Kentucky toward, 631

and Department of State salaries, 635-6n; and Yznardi’s proposed mission to Algiers, 636

composition of, 637

and case of Lafayette, 644, 648

and Mint, 645-7, 648

and case of P. Wilson, 650

and consular accounts, 651

and medal of H. Lee, 651-2

and sale of minister’s residence at The Hague, 651

and amount and proportion of silver in dollar, 809-11, 813-14, 821-2

and Pa. land purchase, 809

and Conn. land cession, 809n

and sinking fund, 825n

acts of sent to governors, 852, 855

House of Representatives

report to, 532-79

publishes correspondence on France and Great Britain, l

apportionment of members of, lii

compensation for members of, lii

election for speaker, 297

and control of foreign policy, 412-13

powers of, 412-13

and Department of State budget, 490n

and final settlement of state accounts, 504

and U.S. trade in Mediterranean, 513

and navigation act, 533

and TJ’s report on commerce, 533-5, 553, 567, 579-80, 620, 639-43

and U.S. commercial policy, 578-9n

tables Kierrulf’s petition, 596n

and amount and proportion of silver in dollar, 813-14

and census, 816

and Louis XVI’s acceptance of the French constitution, 816

Navy

need for, 140, 193, 197-8n, 222, 470, 597, 789

ships offered for, 581, 589, 605

President

powers of, 33, 254, 631

and appointment power, 213

alleged Federalist desire for life tenure of, 467

and address of French consular commissions, 527.

See also Washington, George

Senate

compensation for members of, lii

and relations with Spain, 86, 519, 817

powers of, 213, 412-13

alleged Federalist desire for hereditary membership in, 467

and ransom of captives in Algiers, 514-15

and TJ’s report on commerce, 534, 580-1

and amount and proportion of silver in dollar, 811, 813-14, 821-2

and Louis XVI’s acceptance of the French constitution, 816

and weights and measures, 820-2

Supreme Court

and Pagan v. Hooper, 38, 106

and Genet’s attempt to sue Jay and King for libel, 528

authentication of records for, 856

justices’ commissions, 857

Vice-President

University of the State of Pennsylvania

letter from, 804

TJ invited to commencement, 804

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