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XYZ affair:

news of envoys awaited, vii, 7, 25, 29, 36, 53, 56, 57, 66, 67, 88, 94-5, 100-1, 110, 111, 115, 123, 125, 128, 157, 158, 161, 165

seems to vindicate Federalist predictions, vii

"Cinque-Tetes" cartoon, xxxix-xl, 364 (illus.)

depicted as fever, delusion, xxxix, 384, 559-60, 588, 635, 664, 665-7, 668

TJ's opinions on, xxxix-xl, 165, 250-1, 267-8, 269-70, 290, 322-3, 326, 335, 344, 363, 365, 635, 648, 652n

"not six pence" retort, xl

envoys arrive in Paris, 7-9, 11

envoys' relations, negotiations with Talleyrand, 11, 53, 219, 363-4, 365, 384, 391n, 397, 417-19

prospects, reception of envoys in Paris, 35-6, 40, 46, 50, 64-5, 66, 67

envoys' communications published in April, 99n, 245-6, 247, 250-1, 252, 263-4, 266-70, 283-4, 289, 302, 324n, 326, 329, 330n, 331, 333-5, 348, 648, 651n

Marshall, Gerry keep journals, 99n, 643

French assessments of, reactions to U.S. envoys, 119, 174n, 185, 219, 397

congressional, executive responses, 165-6, 245-6, 275, 311, 363-4, 365, 379, 406, 582

first dispatches received, printed, 165-6, 168, 170

instructions to envoys, 166n, 264n, 266-9, 283, 289, 338, 396, 397, 418, 421-2, 444, 525n, 673

president announces failure of mission to France, 166n, 189-90

envoys' conduct criticized, 174n, 185-6, 329, 339, 490-1, 643n

influence of envoys on U.S. policy, 174n

France wants loans, 184, 391n, 464, 465, 524-5n

rumored intrigues of Marshall, C. C. Pinckney, 185

agents approach U.S. envoys, 250-1, 339, 397, 523

Talleyrand, agents demand payment, 250-1, 263, 267-8, 269

agents identified, 251n

agents depicted as swindlers unauthorized by French government, 263, 266-7, 269, 290, 311, 334-5n, 339, 397

envoys' dispatches received, published, 263-4, 281, 289, 290, 329, 363

envoys reveal French demands, 263-4, 266-7, 268, 269

and Philadelphia, 268, 335-6, 341-2, 344-5, 353, 359

Adams sends letter, Sophia for envoys, 271, 379, 381, 394, 396, 397, 449, 648

C. Humphreys sent for envoys, 271, 648

envoys' disposition toward France, 274, 368, 643, 647, 649

responses to publication of dispatches, 274-5, 279, 283-4, 290, 311, 333-5, 338-9, 344, 365, 397-8

used by Federalists, 275, 333, 348, 353, 363-4, 643, 648, 652n, 661

addresses, responses to, 279-80, 300, 301n, 305, 322-4, 326, 335, 341, 353, 359-60

memorial to Talleyrand of 17 Jan. 1798, 335-6, 359-60

and accusations against Republicans, 339, 353, 417-19

impact on liberty, 348

impact on elections, 359

and Va. politics, 365, 524-5, 582-3

and news of improvement in negotiations, 384

additional dispatches from envoys, 390-3, 394, 396-7, 414, 415-16n, 419-20, 524

relations among envoys, 393, 441, 647

envoys do not anticipate war with France, 394, 396, 397

Talleyrand encourages negotiation, 462-5, 485, 562, 648-9, 651n, 663

Directory disavows, 464, 465

role of mysterious woman, 523, 524-5n

and N.C., 557n

Callender on, 580-5

See also Adams, John: President; France: U.S. Relations with; Gerry, Elbridge; Marshall, John; Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth; United States: Public Opinion

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