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Aar River, Switzerland, I 380
Abbatt, William: ed., Memoirs of Major General William Heath, III 85n
Abbeville County, S.C., XIV 340; excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Abbot, Benjamin: headmaster, Phillips Exeter Academy, XXII 321n
Abeel, James: deputy quartermaster general (American Revolution), II 259
Abeeway (Indian chief): speech of, at Detroit, XXIII 120–21
Abercrombie, James: application of, for treasurer of Mint, XI 264, 265n
Aberdeen, Scotland, I 377
Abigail (ship): and customs regulations, XIII 159, 162–64
Abigail (ship from Providence, R.I.): and customs regulations, XVI 448
Abigail (sloop): and customs violations, XV 28–29
Abongpohigo: Indian, murder trial of, XVII 273–74n
Aborn, Henry: and Baron Glaubeck, XIV 462n
Abott, Collamer M.: “Colonial Copper Mines,” XVII 438n
Abu Tij (Aboutic), Egypt, I 386
Académie des Sciences: and weights and measures, VI 466n
Academy Hall, Richmond, Va., V 4n
Acadia: discovery and settlement of, III 705–8
Acasto (H.M.S.), XXIV 426n
Acca Larentia, I 393
Accomack (Plymouth), Mass.: and exploration and settlement of North America, III 708
Accomack (Accomac) County, Va.; IX 279; excise survey, IX 428
Achæa (Achaia), I 374
Achæan League, IV 92, 365, 381–84, V 21, 22, 28, 29, 32
Acocisco, Mass.: and exploration of North America, III 708
Acquackanonck (Acquackanunk, Aquacknock, Aquackinack), N.J.: and American Revolution, II 505, 511
Acquackanonck (Acquackanunk, Aquacknock, Aquackinack) Bridge, N.J.: and American Revolution, II 512
Acres, William: Hamilton’s steward, XVI 438, 491
Acteon (snow), XXIV 235, 305n, 359
An Act Imposing Duties on Carriages and Servants: Hamilton’s draft of, XXVI 775–78
Active (Md. revenue cutter), XI 487, 491n, 498, XII 167, 168n, 199, 334n, 577, XIII 27n, 212, XIV 479, XV 415n, 657–58, 659–60, XVI 369–70, 554
Act of oblivion: proposed by opponents of excise law, XVII 5, 57, 146n
“Acts of limitation”: description of, XI 57n, XVI 30, 31n. See also Congress (under Articles of Confederation)
Adair, Douglass: “The Authorship of the Disputed Federalist Papers,” IV 299n, 526n; and Marvin Harvey, “Was Alexander Hamilton a Christian Statesman,” XXV 607n
Adam, John: deputy commissary of prisoners (American Revolution), II 9
“Adamites”: and presidential election (1800), XXIV 446, 447, 483n, XXV 5n, 33n, 34, 52n, 79n
Adams, —— (Mr.): Loudon County, Va., merchant, IX 301
Adams, Abigail (Mrs. John): and dismissal of Timothy Pickering, XXV 52n; on Hamilton’s trip to disband the troops, XXIV 574–77; on meeting between Hamilton and John Adams, XXIII 547n; visit to Fort Washington, VI 489n
Adams, Ashley: executor of estate of William Allin, and customs regulations, XIII 160n
Adams, Charles: New York City notary, XXIII 62
Adams, Charles (son of John Adams): Hamilton’s law clerk, III 57n, V 363–64
Adams, Charles Francis: The Works of John Adams, V 252n, XXI 400n, 525–26n, XXII 6n, 504n, XXIV 537n, XXV 190–91n
Adams, Clement: Venetian explorer, III 704
Adams, Henry (historian): Documents Relating to New-England Federalism. 1800–1815, XXVI 310n; History of the United States of America …, XXV 452, XXVI 13n; The Life of Albert Gallatin, XV 461n, XXV 539n, 609n; The Writings of Albert Gallatin, XVII 380n, XX 112–13n
Adams, Henry: London attorney, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 464
Adams, John
III 363n, 564n, V 200n, 335n, VI 56, 187, VII 63n, VIII 247n, 557n, XII 3n, 31n, XIII 16n, 138, XIV 174n, XV 337n, XX 141n, XXI 1n; accused of being a monarchist, XXVI 198–99n, 201–2; and American Revolution, XXV 187; Benjamin Franklin on, XXV 2; and Mass. constitution, XXV 481n; and negotiations for commercial treaty with Great Britain, III 344–45, XIX 375, XXV 199, 237n, 243, 282; peace commissioner (1782–1783), III 97n, 294–95, 296–97, 327, 344–45, XIII 396, XVIII 439n, XIX 469–70, XXI 16n, 453–54n, XXIV 487, 490, XXV 180n, 182–83, 189–90, 237n, 245n; Theodore Sedgwick on, V 226; son’s clerkship with Hamilton, III 57, V 363–64; and treaty with Prussia, XIX 383, XXV 508n; U.S. envoy to Great Britain, III 623–24, XIX 241, XXV 110n, 111, 116–18, 200–1, 253, XXVI 198–99n, 201–2, 456n, 531n, 532; U.S. Minister to Netherlands (1780–1782) and negotiation of loans from, III 97, 142n, 225n, V 570n, VI 211n, 216n, VIII 307–9, X 488n, XII 438n, 442, XIX 383, XX 467n, XXV 506n
——— (as Vice President, 1789–1797), VI 332, 346n, 481–82, 488n, 489n, 495, VII 78, 97, VIII 475, 499, IX 533, 534, XI 545, XII 157, XV 646n, XVI 397, 595n, XVII 365n, XVIII 342n, XIX 291n, XXI 500n, XXVI 606; absence from seat of government, VIII 243, XII 342; candidacy and election (1788–1789), V 225, 226, 228, 231, 235–56, 247–49, 250–51, 252, XXVI 238; candidacy and election (1792), XI 559, XII 209, 342, 348, 387, 509–10, 544, 567–69, 603, 617–18, XIII 338; claim against U.S. for service abroad, VIII 306–9; commissioner of the sinking fund, VI 567, 570–71, VII 347, 374–75, 376–77, 439–40, IX 93, 176, 476–77, XI 158, 159–60, 172–73, 193, 224, 272, XIII 102, 320, 324, 488, 511–12, XIV 135, 145, XV 467–68, 644–45, XVI 254, 442, XVII 388–89; Discourses on Davila, IX 33–34, XII 348n, 501n; Hamilton on, IX 33–34, XII 501–2, 544, 568, XXV 192–93, 201–4; and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XIII 220, 222, XX 396; Hamilton’s official routine business with, VII 192, VIII 258, 270, 288, IX 558, XIII 507, XIV 2–4, XVI 9–10, 41n, 45–46, 47–49, 60–61, 93, 234, 260n, XVIII 44–45, 246–47; and Hamilton’s “Report on the Bank,” VII 245; and mission to England (1794), XVI 262; pay and payments to, XII 208–9, XIII 51–52, 102, 120, 569, XV 498, 556, XVII 498; president, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, IX 104; and recall of Genet, XV 626n; Republican criticism of, IX 33–34, 367n, XII 348, 387, 501–2
—— (as President, 1797–1801), XIX 440n, XX 184n, 398, 544, 558n, XXI 54, 54–55n, 80n, 86n, 166n, 289n, 290n, 338, 350n, 400, 449, 460, 461n, 491, 501n, 520, XXII 162, 205, 231n, 415, 420n, 483, 491n, 500, 501–3n, 518, XXIII 13n, 63n, 89n, 234n, 244, 470, 554, 604, 635, 643, XXIV 65n, 85n, 170n, 229n, 404n, 579n, 580, XXV 19n, 20n, 24n, 61, 62, 108n, 244, 246n, 419n, 505n, 508n, XXVI 121n, 186n, 257n, 292n, 753n; 781n; absence from seat of government XXII 22, 179–80, 239, 561, XXIII 1, 470n, 515n, 546n, XXIV 509n, 567, 593n, XXV 105, 105n, 148–49, 208n, 222n; addresses from the people to, XXI 472–73, 485, XXII 44, 46n, 57, 154; and Army (Quasi-War), administration, appointment, organization, and policies, XXII 25–26, 30–33, 47, 58, 66–68, 79, 81–82, 86, 161, 168, 172, 178, 199, 200n, 206–7, 217, 239, 320n, 333, 341–42n, 343, 364–65, 370–71n, 372, 379, 386–89, 390, 395, 397, 398n, 403n, 409, 411n, 417n, 418–19n, 422n, 430, 432n, 434, 453, 458, 470–71, 486n, 519, 527, 531, 536, 542n, 561, 602, XXIII 32, 50, 69–71, 94, 98, 99, 100–1n, 114, 134–35, 141n, 151–52, 181, 210, 223, 239n, 242n, 248, 275, 279n, 281, 282n, 286, 294, 363–65, 374–75, 393–95, 447–48, 448n, 486–87n, 515n, 524, 534–37, 561, 602–3, 672, XXIV 9, 34–35n, 82, 111n, 135n, 171n, 173n, 202n, 237n, 276–77, 277n, 299n, 307n, 311n, 344–45, 346n, 351n, 431, 462n, 474, 482n, 494, 495, 496, 510, 525–26, 529, 553–54n, and appointment of Hamilton to command Army, XXII 5–21, 29–31, 34, 38, 62, 65n, 69–70, 77, 82, 86, 149, 150–51, 150n, 159–60, 166n, 167, 179, 179–80, 189, 194–95, 196–97, 199, 210, 238n, 408, 437, 472–73, 483, and appointment of William S. Smith, XXII 19, 26n, 353, 354n, 467, XXIV 516–17, 537, 592–93, XXV 33n, 265n, and dissolution of Additional Army, XXIV 494, 499, 500–1, 501, 515, 517, 532, 534n, 570n, 586–87n, 596, XXV 171, and Hamilton’s advice to James McHenry for Adams, XXI 61–68, XXII 341n, 395n, 398n, 403, 410, XXIII 227–28, XXIV 35n, 70n, 82n, 111n, 135n, 171n, 173n, 202n, 237n, 277n, 307n, 311n, 345n, 510n; James T. Callender on, XXVI 37n; candidacy and election of (1796), XVIII 482, XX 371–72, 376, 377, 377–78, 403–6, 418, 437–38, 445, 465–66, 515–16, XXI 284, XXII 116n, 167, XXIV 597n, XXV 35n, 70n, 82, 170, 183–84, 193–98; Correspondence of the Late President Adams …, XXV 183n, 205n, 209n, 213n, 232n; and defense of New York City, XXI 472–73, 477, XXII 190, 200–1, 211–12, 217, 221, 226n, 265, 377–78; Diary and Autobiography of …, XXIV 487n, XXV 187n, 189n, 190n, 190–91n, 191n; and John Fries and Fries’s Rebellion, XXII 532n, 539–40, XXV 78, 142–43n, 151n, 154–55, 157, 171, 225, 226–27; James Gunn on, XXII 374; on Hamilton, XXIII 545–47n, XXIV 555–58, 574–76, XXV 170, 198n; Hamilton on personality of, XXIV 168, 475, 487, 490, 573, XXV 2, 187; Letter from Alexander Hamilton Concerning the Public Conduct and Character of …, XXV 186–234, 252–53, background to and circumstances surrounding, XXV 54, 73n, 74, 75n, 77–78, 82–83, 86, 88n, 91–92, 96, 97, 98n, 103, 104, 111, 120, 122–23, 126, 140–46, 148–49, 151n, 165–85, XXVI 239, criticism of, XXV 179–81, 248–49, reply to by Adams, XXV 175n, 183–84, 187n, 190–91n, 192n, 195n, 196n, 198–99n, 203–4n, 205n, 206n, 207n, 211n, 214–15n, 216–17n, 218n, 219n, 222n, 223n, 228n, 232n; and James McHenry’s dismissal, XXIV 462n, 476, 477n, 482, 483n, 506–10, 550, 551–52, 552–65, 596, XXV 36n, 78, 104–5, 171, 221–24, 243–44, 246–47; messages to Congress, XXI 52n, 85, 99, 107n, 115, 340–41n, 341n, 368–69n, 369n, 371n, 431n, 446, 465n, 511, XXII 345n, 372, 382n, 389n, 395n, 398n, 403n, 404, 410n, 425, 489n, 500, 502–3n, 570–71n, XXIII 66n, 364n, 545n, XXIV 82n, 111n, 135n, 171n, 173n, 202n, 237n, 345n, 510n, XXV 185n, 204n, 208, 209, 213, 453n; and Francisco de Miranda, XXI 399–400; and Navy in Quasi-War, XXII 420n, XXIII 97, 116–17; and new judiciary bill, XXV 274n, 589n; and nomination of John Jay as Chief Justice, XXV 263, 274, XXVI 141n; and nomination of John Marshall as Chief Justice, XXV 387, as Secretary of War, XXIV 468n, 511, XXVI 141n; and Timothy Pickering’s dismissal, XXIV 448n, 482, 483–86n, 490–91, 510, 596, XXV 36n, 78, 171, 221–23, 256n; and Pinckney family, XXV 110n, 116, 118, 126, 198–201; preparations for war with France (including Hamilton’s advice on), XXI 365–66, 461–62, 464, 472–73, 477, 485–87, 535, 535–36n; presidential campaign of 1800–1801 (including Hamilton’s opposition to Adams), XXIV 444–53, 467–68, 470, 475, 483–86n, 508–10, 511n, 569, 574–77, 580n, 592, 595–97, XXV 1–2, 4–5, 16, 28, 30–38, 57–58, 59n, 60, 62, 63–64, 69–71, 73, 74–75, 76–77, 77–79, 86–88, 94, 97, 98–100, 104–11, 113–15, 122–23, 125–26, 144–46, 149, 158, 169–234, 236–37, 237, 238–39, 242, 247–49, 254, accusation of Hamilton as member of British faction, XXV 5, 16, 51, 54, 106, 107, 125–26, 229, character and personality of Adams, Fisher Ames on, XXV 196n, James Bayard on, XXV 71, George Cabot on, XXV 63, 77–78, James McHenry on, XXV 158n, 242, 244, Theodore Sedgwick on, XXV 198n, Oliver Wolcott, Jr., on, XXV 16, 104–10, 172; relations with France, and nomination of William Vans Murray as U.S. Minister to France, XXII 487–88, 488–90n, 494–95, 500, XXV 213, 215; relations with Jefferson, XXIV 483–86, 557, 573, XXV 33, 36, 344; Philip Schuyler on, XXII 57; second commission to France (Davie, Ellsworth, and Murray) and Peace Convention of 1800 (including Hamilton’s comments on), XXII 493, 500, 501–3n, 503, 504–5n, 547, XXIII 545, 545–47n, XXIV 402, 509n, 558, 580n, 596, XXV 16, 51n, 78, 128–39, 141, 147n, 160–68, 171, 180, 184, 204–24, 208–9n, 260, 260–61n, 263, 275, 507n; Theodore Sedgwick on, XXII 471, 494; U.S. policy concerning France (1797–1799) (including Hamilton’s advice to cabinet and others), XX 471n, 522, 548–49, 567, 569–71, XXI 7, 23, 26, 48–49n, 52, 61n, 72–73, 99, 339–40, 344, 361–62, 365–66, 370–72, 376, 378, 526n, XXII 381–82, 404, 440–41, 473–74, 493, 503, 534–35n, and first mission to France (Pinckney, Marshall, and Gerry) and XYZ Affair (including Hamilton’s views on, to cabinet and others), XXI 339–40, 340–41n, 368, 368–70n, 370–72, 376, 379n, 398n, 409n, 428, 430–3, 446, 454, 463–64, 511–12, XXII 187, XXV 13n, 205–6, 208, XXVI 141n; and U.S. relations with Indians, XX 529, 530–31; on Washington, XXIV 510, 556, 557, XXV 183, 214–15n; and Washington’s death, XXIV 107–8, 111–13, 116, 250, 257n, 556; John Wood on, XXVI 32n
Adams, John (N.H.): first mate, N.H. revenue cutter, IX 297, XII 117, 167, XIII 275
Adams, John Quincy, XXV 507, XXVI 44n; author of “Publicola” attacking Thomas Paine, IX 34n; candidate, Mass. congressional election (1802), XXVI 72n; and Hamilton’s authorship of “The Examination,” XXV 450, 452; and Jay Treaty, XIX 113n, 205, 207n; mission to France, XX 573; remarks on European money market and politics, XVIII 245; remarks on French government, XXI 70n, 71n; U.S. Minister to Lisbon, XX 243, 244n; U.S. Minister to Prussia, XXV 505, 507n, 508n; U.S. Minister Resident at The Hague (1794–1797), XXVI 465, and Holland loan, XVI 465, 552, 579, 584, 597, XVII 306, 403–4, 420–22, 422–23, instructions to, XVII 72–76, 79–80, 83, and public debt, XVIII 182, 189–90, 213, 245, 320, 327, 328, 376, 379, 385, 467; U.S. Senator (Mass.), XXVI 310n
Adams, Josiah and Company (purchaser of Government bills on Amsterdam), XIII 494
Adams, Richard: payment for interest on loan office certificates, XIII 100, 138
Adams, Samuel (Mass.), XV 129n; governor of Mass., War Department circular to, XVII 107–8; Harvard honorary degree, XII 284n; lieutenant governor of Mass., VI 192, XV 273
Adams, Samuel (N.H.): Additional Army candidate (N.H), XXII 113–14
Adams, Thomas: delegate, Continental Congress (Va.), IV 156
Adams, Thomas Boylston, XXIV 574–75; and John Adams’s salary, XII 208–9n; copies ciphered letters, XXIII 13n; and trial of John Fries, XXV 154
Adams, William: promissory note from, IX 35
Adams Hotel, New York City: and N.Y. election (1803), XXVI 115
Adams-Lee alliance in Continental Congress (American Revolution), II 183n, 491n, 492n
Adda River, Italy, I 390
Addison, Alexander: Pa. judge, Charges to Grand Juries of the Counties of the Fifth Circuit in the State of Pennsylvania, XII 520n; comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 133; and excise opposition (1792), XII 496, 497n, 518–19n, 521–22n, XIII 277, 278n, XVI 297n, 441n, 461, XVII 186–89; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 13, 378, 380n, XVIII 350n, 351n
Addison, John, XIV 498; and postmaster for Kingston, N.Y., XIV 546–47
Addison, Joseph: Remarks on Italy, I 381; and Richard Steele, The Spectator, XX 341, 342n
Addison County, Vt., XXI 113n
Additional Army, see United States Army (Quasi-War)
“Address on the Jay Treaty”: newspaper report of speech by Hamilton in New York City, XVIII 526
An Address to the Electors of the State of New-York, XXV 349–71
“Address to the Public Creditors,” VII 1–5
Adelson, Judah: “The Vermont Democratic-Republican Societies and the French Revolution,” XVI 465n
Adet, Pierre Auguste: French Minister to U.S., XVIII 347n, 348, 349, 373, 375n, XIX 205, 207n, 355n, 457n, 527n, XX 523, 524, 527, XXV 211n; and commercial treaty, XIX 297–98, 308, 428; and John Skey Eustace, XXI 259n, XXIII 22n; functions suspended, XX 408, 409n, 412, 571–72n; Hamilton’s opinion on, XX 372–73, 389–90; and Jay Treaty, XVIII 349, 388, 389–90n, 395, 457, XIX 527; and George Washington Motier Lafayette, XIX 354, 456; and John Parish, XX 212–13; and Timothy Pickering, XX 373, 374, 412, 436, 437n, 536; privateers and seizures, XX 221–22n, 232n, 238, 241–42; trip to New England, XX 304–5, 307; and U.S.-French relations, XX 60–61n, 223, 224n, 226, 227n, 361–67, 373n, 374, 376, 380, 390, 399–400, 410–14, 421–22, 423, 427, 444, 470–71, 476–77, 491, 505, 549, 559, XXI 427n
Adgate, Jacob: member, N.Y. Assembly, III 609, 611
Adgate, Matthew: member, N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 195–96
Adgate Patent, Oneida County, N.Y.: purchase of, XII 422n
Adige River, Italy, I 390, XXI 204n
Adjutant general, see American Revolution, Army, and United States Army (Quasi-War)
Adkin River, see Yadkin River
[Reading, Pa.] Adler: Army attack on office of, XXIV 7n
Adlum, John: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 289; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 176, 178–79, 236, 280–81, 343, 631, 632, 638, 640, 641, 646, 652, 654, 656, 658, 660, 661, 665, 669, 675, 680, XXIV 651, 663–64, 665, 666
Admiralty courts, see Judiciary
Adolphe (ship), XXI 50n
Adolphus, Gustavus IV (king of Sweden), XV 227n
Adolphus, Frederick (king of Sweden), XV 227n
Adriatic Sea, I 381
Adultery: bill on in N.Y. Assembly, IV 70–71, 125
Adventure (schooner): customs violations, XI 315
Adye, Stephen Payne: A Treatise on Courts Martial …, XXIII 44
Aegeus, I 391, 392
Aertsen, Guilliam: commissioner for adjusting accounts of S.C. and Ga., XIII 47
Ætolians (Etolians), IV 383
Affleck, Robert: and Hamilton’s dispute with Andrew G. Fraunces, XIV 469, XV 326–37
Africa, IV 345, V 469, 481
Africa (H.M.S.): and impressment of American seamen, XIX 145n, 206
Africans, see Blacks
Agah, Yusuf, Effendi: Turkish ambassador to St. James’s, XXII 501n
Agnew, Andrew: collector of customs, Beaufort, Ga., accounts, XIII 38–39, 577
Agriculture: Etienne Clavière on, X 5–6, 241n; Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 15–16, 21, 261n, XXVI 633–35, 637; effect of excise taxes on, XI 84; effect of war on, XVIII 495; encouragement of, Hamilton on, III 79, VII 172, Hamilton on need for, XXV 467, Hamilton’s proposal for, XXIII 601–2; and foreign trade, VII 442n, VIII 420; in Great Britain, IX 376; Hamilton’s request for information on, IX 33–37; Hamilton’s views on interdependence of agriculture and manufacturing, XXV 503, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 1–2, 4, 8–9, 24–27, 30–32, 34, 50–57, 61–63, 62–63n, 64–78, 80–88, 90–92, 97–101, 112, 121, 125–39, 140–41, 143–51, 161, 173–74, 176, 179–81, 185–87, 190–91, 201, 206–8, 212, 228–47, 249, 252, 254–66, 286–89, 292–98, 300, 303–5, 321–26, 338–40; David Hume on, X 8, 241n, 256–57n; Jefferson on, X 4–5, XXV 448, 590; Jacques Necker on, X 6–7, 243n, 257n, 259n; Physiocratic view of, X 64–68, 125–27, 128–30, 231–36, 246–47, 262; role in economy and government, debated in Constitutional Convention, IV 167, 213n, Hamilton on, III 102, V 483, VIII 218–19, 222, Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 340, 347–48, 352, 370–71n, 401, 473, 484, 547, Hamilton on in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 123, 130, Hamilton on in “Report on the Bank,” VII 317, Hamilton on in “Report on Public Credit,” VI 71; Adam Smith on, X 132, 236n, 237n, 239–40n, 241n, 242n, 243n, 247n, 261n, 288n; society to promote, XXII 300n, XXVI 70n, 76–77n; Sir James Steuart on, X 256n, 260n; success of under Federalists, Hamilton on, XI 361, 364; in U.S., VIII 249, 435, 535, IX 114–18, 124–27, 303, 332–34, 344, 375–77, 419–20, 490–93; Washington’s proposals in Farewell Address for improving, XX 364–65, 381, 382–84
Ailhaud, Jean Antoine: French civil commissioner, Santo Domingo, XIII 446n
Aitkin, Andrew (Dr.): comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 302
Aix la Chapelle, Treaty of, XIX 386, 387, XXV 164n
Akins, James: and Hamilton’s accounts, III 28, 29
Alabama, V 457
Alabama River, XXIII 403, 518n
Alba Longa: king of, I 393
Albania, I 374
“The Albany” (John B. Church’s house in London), IV 280n
Albany, N.Y., I 203, 290, 319n, 356, 357, 412, 413n, 428, 565, II 350, 375, 431, 447, 474, 493, 496, 497, 518, 521, 562, 587, 593n, 641, 648n, 653n, 666n, 668n, 669n, 683n, III 8n, 20, 28n, 31n, 32n, 33n, 38n, 39n, 43n, 46, 52, 68, 69, 70, 88n, 96n, 114, 120n, 145, 171n, 187, 191, 227, 238, 267, 433n, 562n, 572–73n, 581n, 603, 610n, 611n, 616n, 701n, IV 107n, 149n, 287n, 288, 623n, 646n, V 52, 59, 112, 230, 239, 246n, 250, 363, 579, VI 478, VII 33, 411, VIII 5n, 213, 251n, IX 7n, 87, 196n, 553, 536n, XXIII 437, XXIV 236; and American Revolution, I 217, 224, 256, 304, 311, 347–48, 349, 350, 358, 362, 432, II 330, 331n, 371, 396, 433, 481n, 494, 526; Common Council, and yellow fever epidemic, XV 344–48, 349–51, XXVI 714; Corporation of, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 21, XVIII 373, 386, XXVI 467–68; Court of Chancery at, V 210; Court of Errors, V 359, 361n; and disputed gubernatorial election (1792), XII 20; and gubernatorial election, (1788), V 255–61, 308n, 321, (1804) XXVI 187; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXIV 196, 201, 216n, 219n, 253n; and Jay Treaty, XX 138–39; mayor of, see Lansing, John, Jr., and Yates, Abraham, Jr.; Mayor’s Court, IV 97; meeting place of N.Y. legislature, IV 147n; member of N.Y. Senate from, VII 446n; members of N.Y. Ratifying Convention from, V 71n, 76, 79; N.Y. Supreme Court at, V 232n; petition of merchants and masters of vessels, XX 1–2; port of delivery, XIX 178–79; public offices built in, XXV 369; riot in, V 148; surveyor of customs for port of, see Lansing, Jeremiah, accounts, XI 234; yearly taxes for, proposed, IV 60n, 63
Albany County, N.Y., IV 122, 528n, 532, 552, V 255, XVIII 335n, XIX 202, XXI 211n, XXIII 261n; deputy sheriff in, XIX 278n; judge of Court of Common Pleas in, III 7n; members of N.Y. legislature from, III 2n, 28n, 610n, 611n, 666n, IV 3n, 96n, 99n; proposed yearly taxes in (1787), IV 54, 63, 124n, 149n
The Albany Gazette, XII 212n, XVIII 19n
Albaugh, William: petition of, XI 300, report on, XI 304
Albemarle Sound, N.C., II 225; excise survey, IX 428; and improved transportation, X 21, 39, XXVI 641; stakage, VIII 329, XI 218n, 583, XV 271n, superintendent of, see Keais, Nathan
Albert, George Dallas: ed., History of the County of Westmoreland, Pennsylvania, with Biographical Sketches of Many of Its Pioneers and Prominent Men, XVII 347n, 354n
Alberts, Robert C.: The Golden Voyage: The Life and Times of William Bingham, 1752–1804, XVIII 313–14n
Alburg, Vt.: port of entry, and Anglo-American relations, X 498–99n, XIX 142n, 167n, 174, collector of customs at, see Keyes, Stephen, customs accounts, XI 237
Alchorne, Stanesby: assay master at British Mint, IX 4, 5n
Alcman: lyric poet, I 404
Alcudia, see Godoy
Alden, Ichabod: Army (American Revolution), I 605
Alden, John R.: General Charles Lee, I 601n
Alden, Judah: Army (American Revolution), II 512
Alden, Roger: deputy secretary to Continental Congress, pay as, XIII 45; State Department clerk, VI 205, 552; and Trumbull portrait of Hamilton, X 482, 515
Aldin, Benjamin: customs violations, Boston, XVIII 175
Aldrick (Aldricks), William: Treasury Department clerk, pay, XIII 465
Ale: duty on, X 16–17n, proposed, XXVI 513
Alembert, Jean le Rond d’: Encyclopédie; ou, Dictionaire Raissonné des Sciences, des Arts et des Métiers …, IV 403n
Alers (brig): and ciphered dispatches to Talleyrand, XXIII 12–13n
Alert (H.M.S.): in American Revolution, I 442n
Alert (schooner): and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 18
Alexander III (the Great), I 484, IV 382, XVIII 413n, XIX 331n, 337
Alexander VI (pope), III 715
Alexander, Charles: Army (American Revolution), I 433
Alexander, James: and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 306n
Alexander, Joseph: and cotton manufacturing, IX 434
Alexander, Levi: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 307, 310
Alexander, Robert: member, Ky. Senate, XXII 285
Alexander, Sarah Livingston (Mrs. William) (daughter of Philip Livingston, 2nd Lord of the Manor), XXV 391; and Hamilton’s law practice, XIX 348–49
Alexander, Sir William: Nova Scotia patentee, III 705, 712
Alexander, William (Lord Stirling), IX 172n, 266n, 326, XV 277n, XIX 349, XXII 89n, XXV 391n, XXVI 795; Army (American Revolution), I 229–30n, 230, 274–75, 487, 511, 512, 549, 550–51, 555, 558, 565, 574n, 602, II 3, 54n, 63, 115, 122, 130, 137, 145, 146, 192, 193, 256, 257, 261n, 271, 367, 384–85, XXVI 389, XXVII 5, and court-martial of Charles Lee, I 522–23
Alexander, William (Pa.): comments on Additional Army candidates, (Pa.), XXII 140, 142, 144, 145
Alexander, William (N.C.): nomination of, as inspector of the revenue, XI 37
Alexander, William (Va.): Richmond tobacco merchant, and Horatio Gates’s loan office certificate, IX 413–14; and Robert Morris, XXIII 276–77
Alexander Hamilton (ship), XXI 537n
Alexandra (granddaughter of Catherine II), XX 493n
Alexandria, Egypt, I 386, XXI 489n, XXII 229
Alexandria, Va., I 195n, II 535, III 375, 691, VI 10n, 199, VII 27, 69, 86, XIX 297n, 468n, XXIV 101n; and Bank of the U.S., VIII 516, proposed branch of, IX 515–16, XI 585, XII 84n; bonds due for duties, XIII 578; collector of customs at, accounts of, XI 237, jurisdiction of, VI 271 (see also Fitzgerald, John, and Lee, Charles); deputy collector of customs at, see Gray, Vincent; French vice consul at, see Cherui, Paul Arnaud; inspector of the revenue for the port of, see Gray, Vincent; port of entry, XXVI 491n, customs accounts, XIII 38–39, 571, 572, 574, 575, 577, 578, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87; and Quasi-War, XXII 506n, 600, XXIII 168n; revenue cutter for, VII 106, IX 200, XII 290; surveyor of the port of, accounts, XI 235 (see also Gray, Vincent, and Hanson, Samuel); tare on goods at, VIII 527; and U.S. Constitution, support of, IV 285
Alfred (king of Wessex), IV 212n
Alfred (ship): flagship of Continental fleet, XVI 62n
Algiers, XIV 241n, XVI 55, 312, 371, XVII 98, XVIII 81, XX 33, 536n, XXI 71, 443, XXVI 27; American captives at, VI 187–88, XIII 10n, 527–28, 529–32, and Holland loan for release of, XVI 429–30n, 440, 460, 464–65, 520–21, 537, 551–52, 574–76, 579, 584, XVII 278, 420, 422n, 422–23, 425, XVIII 91, 91–92n, subscription for release of, XVI 497–99; American mission to, XXVI 456n; British consul at, VIII 278n; French relations with, XXVI 27, 29n; Treaty of Peace and Amity with U.S., XIX 361n, 462, XX 34n, 114n, 121, 125, 136n, 148n, 228n, 473n, XXI 343n, XXII 420n, XXV 595n; truce with Portugal, XV 401n, 456, 456–57n, XVI 130, 306n, 586; U.S. consul at, XXIII 235n; U.S. legation at, V 404; U.S. naval preparations, XV 679n, XVII 307n, XX 227–28; U.S. negotiations with, XIII 529, 531n, XVI 306–7n, 327, XVII 306, XVIII 14–15
Alibamon Indians: and Indian treaty with Spain, XIX 173n
Alicante, Spain: French vice consul at, XXI 526n
“Alien Acts,” see Congress of the United States, acts of, “An Act supplementary to and to amend the act, intituled ‘An Act to establish an uniform rule of Naturalization; and to repeal the act heretofore passed on that subject’” (June 18, 1798) and “An Act concerning Aliens” (June 25, 1798) and “An Act respecting Alien Enemies” (July 6, 1798). See also Naturalization
Alienage: effect of Bank of the U.S. on, VIII 77–78, 107–9
“Alien and Sedition Acts”: opposition to, XXII 389, 452–53, 472n, XXV 304n, XXVI 155n. See also Naturalization
Aliens: and influence on U.S. press, XXIII 604; investments of, in U.S. securities, XIX 64; land ownership of in U.S., IV 141, XVI 228, 369n, XVIII 338, 365–66, 427–29, XX 45, 46–47n, 51, 83–84, XXI 45n, 92–93n, 300, XXII 178–79n, XXIII 264n, XXIV 413n, XXV 96–97n, 295, 478n, XXVI 123, 747; legislation concerning, XXI 495–96n, 502; and legislation concerning naturalization, XVII 324n, XX 120n; provisions in Jay Treaty concerning, XVIII 427–29, XIX 164–65, 169–70, 188n, 229n, 282–85, 292–94, XX 14, 18, 84; rights as result of activities in American Revolution, III 483–84n, 488, 534–42. See also Naturalization
Allaire, Peter; and Hamilton’s law practice, VIII 528n
Allan, John: superintendent of Indian affairs, Eastern Department, on relations with Indians, XXVI 435–38
Dominique Allard v John Moucbon; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 766n
Allarde, Pierre-Gilbert Le Roi, baron d’: partner of James Swan, XVIII 297n, 380n, XX 220
Allegany (Alleghany) County, Md.: excise survey, IX 130, 428; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 231, 233n, 263n
Allegheny County, Pa.: and excise opposition (1792), XII 305, 307n, 309–10n, 312, 495, 540–41, 596, XVII 13n, 28–33, 40, 46, 49; excise survey, VIII 189, IX 427, XII 520n; meeting of distillers of, XI 96; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 2–6, 11n, 12, 22n, 52, 53, 57, 63, 77n, 131n, 203–4, 208n, 209n, 246n, 320n, 332, 364, 369, 380n
Allegheny Mountains, V 14n
Allegheny River, Pa., XXIII 331
Allen, ——— (Mrs.), VI 372
Allen, Anne Penn (daughter of James Allen), XI 551
Allen, Ethan: Army (American Revolution), exchange of, I 443, 447–48n, 471; Haldimand negotiations, XXI 28n; Vt. conspiracy, IV 134
Allen, Ira, XVI 466; Haldimand negotiations, XXI 28n; Vt. conspiracy, IV 134, XI 25n
Allen, Jacob: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 319, 338; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 563n, 564, XXIV 59
Allen, James, XI 551n
Allen, Jeremiah: petition of, XVIII 216n
Allen, John: member, House of Representatives (Conn.), and comments on Additional Army candidates (Conn.), XXII 270, 271, 273, 275, 277, 279, 280, 281, XXIII 606, 642, 645
Allen, Philip: Providence, R.I., shipowner, and customs regulations, XVI 447–48
Allen (Allyn), Solomon, Jr.: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 272
Allen, William (N.Y.): Army supplies (American Revolution), XIII 564, XV 524
Allen, William (Pa.): chief justice of Province of Pa., II 59n
Allen, Zachariah: Providence, R.I., shipowner, and customs regulations, XVI 447–48
Allentown, Pa.: in American Revolution, I 443, 503, 504, 505, 511; in Quasi-War, XXIII 110n, 179, 280
Alliance (frigate), II 365, XI 11–12n, 56; and Lafayette’s return to France, II 683, III 84n, XXVI 424; prizes of, XIII 104, 108, XV 539, XVII 543
Alliance (schooner), XX 37n
Alliances: Hamilton on, in Constitutional Convention, IV 221, in The Federalist, IV 360–61, in N.Y. Assembly, IV 92
Allibone, William; V 423, VI 24, 369, 470, 565, VII 379, XI 393, XVI 566; master warden for port of Philadelphia, V 377, 410, 438, 441, 457, VI 10, 24, 45, 50, 352–53; superintendent of lighthouses, beacons, and public piers on Del. River, V 438, VI 47, 264, 398–99, 399, 400, 402, 404, 482, 514, 561, VII 5, 122–23, 123, 133, 384, 450, VIII 304, 511, 540–41, IX 244, X 401–2, XI 22, 129, 135, 346–47, 396; and contracts, VI 428, 458, 465, 468, 479, 562, 570, XI 15, 15–16, 331, 331–32, 336, 529–30, 531, 544, 544–45, 549, 579, 581, 593, 606, XII 14–15, 22, 23, 225, XIV 346, 353, XVI 456, 478, and expenses, XI 196, and payments, XIII 101, 146, 386, 562, 564, 566, 567, 570, XIV 230–31, XV 532–33, 596, XVI 203, 393n, 547, XVII 277, 534, 571–72n
Allice, see also Ellice
Allice (schooner): customs violations, IX 425, 495, 528–29, X 352–53
Alligood (Aligood), Jacob: Loyalist in prisoner exchange (American Revolution), II 289–90 291n, 301
Allin, William: used type, and customs violations, XIII 160n
Allison, David: Philadelphia merchant and land speculator, XIII 144, 562, 565, XV 537; and John Skey Eustace, XXII 260
Allison, Patrick (Rev.): minister, First Presbyterian Church, Baltimore, Md., XI 534
Allison, Samuel (N.J.): and American Revolution, II 309
Allison (Allinson), Samuel (Va.): Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 584, XXIV 204, 246
Allison, William: and N.Y. Committee of Correspondence, I 208n, 209–10, 217–18
Allon (Allou),———(M.): and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, IX 267–69
Allum, William: New York City merchant, and Robert Morris, XVIII 295, XX 453, 478n, 513n, 524n, 529n, 550–51n
Allyn, Nathan: Conn. shipmaster, XXIV 426n
Allyn, Robert: naval agent, New London, Conn., XXV 429, 431n
Almy, William: Providence, R.I., cotton manufacturer, IX 432n, and customs violations, VIII 310, XXVI 600. See also Almy and Brown
Almy and Brown: Providence, R.I., cotton manufacturing firm, IX 432n, 435, 441, 448n
Alsace, XXI 292n
Alsop, John: delegate, Continental Congress (N.Y.), I 179, 180n; and Secret Committee of Continental Congress, XVI 206n, 207n
Alsop, Lewis, and Company: and Philip Livingston’s 1776 contract for gunpowder, XVI 207n
Alsop, Richard: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXII 60
Alston, Joseph (Aaron Burr’s son-in-law), XXV 376n, XXVI 21n
Alston, Theodosia Burr (Mrs. Joseph), XXVI 22; Burr’s visit to, XXVI 21n
Altamaha River, Ga., VII 148, XIX 15n
Alvinczy (Alvinzi), Josef, baron von Barberek: Austrian general, XX 416n, 508n, 535n
Alvord, Clarence Walworth: Kaskaskia Records, 1778–1790, XIII 471n
Amazon (brig), XXV 81n
Ambassadors: function and appointment of, Hamilton on in Constitutional Convention, IV 201, in The Federalist, IV 583, 596–97, 633, 642–43, 670–71, 679, 711–12
Ambition: as motivating force in government, Hamilton on in Constitutional Convention, IV 181, 182, 189, 194, 203, 206, in The Federalist, IV 216, 356, 370, 438, 449, 473, 499, 530, 544, 551, 558, 567, 606, 614–15, 617, 630, 715, in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 73, 88–89, 119, 125, 131, 145, 157
Amboy, N.J.: and American Revolution, I 224, 245, 249, 252, 270, 273, 274, 275, 278, 280, 281, XXVI 359–61, prisoner exchange, I 590, 592, II 268, 269, 272, 273, 275–85, 289–92, 295–301, 304, 308; and Quasi-War, barracks at, XXIII 341, 508; revenue cutter proposed for, VII 32
Amelia County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
America (privateer), XV 262
America (74-gun ship-of-the-line): and John Paul Jones, III 203n
America (ship from Philadelphia): and French refugees, XVI 221n
America (ship from Salem, Mass.): and customs regulations, VIII 168, 273
“An American”: Hamilton’s pseudonym in articles attacking Philip Freneau, XII (No. I) 157–64, (No. II) 188–93, (No. III) 224
“An American”: pseudonym of author replying to Hamilton’s Letter to Adams, XXV 180n
American Academy of Arts and Sciences: Hamilton’s election to, IX 104–5, 196–97, 237
[N.Y.] American Citizen and General Advertiser: editor of, XXVI 14n; charges against Hamilton in, XXV 538n; and Merchants’ Bank, XXVI 204n, 205n
American Hero (ship): and customs regulations, XV 666n
American Iron Company: and Hamilton as agent for Philip Schuyler’s investment in Cosby Manor, XIX 200–1, 202, 203, XX 237, 342, XXIV 493–94, XXV 483n; trustees of, Hamilton’s account with, XXII 371, Hamilton’s receipt to, XXIII 159–60, Hamilton’s statement to, XXIII 333–34, 455
“American Jacobins”: Hamilton’s article on Edmond Charles Genet and Jay Treaty, XIX 519–20
[Providence, R.I.] American Journal and General Advertiser, XXVI 540n
American Magazine: founder and editor of, XXVI 742n
The [Hartford, Conn.] American Mercury, VI 16n
[N.Y.] American Minerva, XIX 399n, XXI 149, 283–84, XXVI 742n; Hamilton’s letter to editor of, XIX 113–14
The American Museum, IV 718n, VI 52, VIII 240; articles in, on banks, VII 244, on excise, VIII 167, on manufacturing, X 12–14, 231n, 242n, 253n, 259n, 269n, on markets, X 257n, 290n, on paper money, VII 240, on public credit, VI 55–56, 57, 60, 63, 64, 65, on raw materials, X 260n, on wastelands, X 265n; editor of, XXVI 774n; H’ subscription to, X 231n
American Philosophical Society, IX 413n, XXII 300n, XXVI 738n; Hamilton’s election to, VIII 29; Transactions of, X 491n; Washington’s election to, II 265, 500
American Revolution
and Canada, I 224, 225n, 228, 282, 294, 295, 303, 483, 539, 585, 605, II 123, 149, 172, 230, 290, 292, 327–28, III 251–52, 293–94, expedition against (1775–1776), I 205n, 307n, III 200n, lieutenant governor, see Hamilton, Henry, proposed expeditions against (1778–1781), I 436–37, 442, 548, 558, 579, II 11, 12, 179–80, 395–96, 438, 500, 501n, 677, refugees from in U.S., II 496, 596; causes of, XI 68–69 (see also The Farmer Refuted and A Full Vindication and “Remarks on the Quebec Bill”); commemoration of, V 336, XI 111, XVIII 271; contrasting attitudes of North and South toward, XXVI 392–94; convention of N.Y. and New England states (Hartford, November, 1780), II 425, 426n, 433, 447, 497, 499, 500n; diplomacy of, XXVI 375–76, 406–07, and League of Armed Neutrality, XVIII 438–39, negotiations for allies, XVIII 439n (see also Adams, John, and Deane, Silas, and Franklin, Benjamin, and Jay, John, and Laurens, Henry, and Lee, Arthur); effect of situation in Europe on British and American strategy, I 216, 220, 223, 276, 282, 481, II 2, 53, 167, 283, 326, 381, 416, 436, 437, 520, 605, 663–64; effect of, on postwar views and foreign policy, VII 41, 43–44, 50, 72, 113, XV 82–86, 90–95, 101–2, 105, XVIII 414, 481, XIX 127–29, 144, XXV 350, XXVI 533 (see also Convention of 1800 and France and Jay Treaty and Mississippi River: navigation of, and Neutrality, Proclamation of, and Nootka Sound); finances of, III 634–35, IV 67, 71n, 84, 474, V 18, 19, 112, 547, 566–67n, VI 28, 276, 319, 414n, VIII 8–9n, 65, 318–19n, 452, 547n, X 358, 421, 424n, 451–52, 539, 541, XI 512, XII 229, XVIII 76, XIX 8–22, 24, 47–48, 49, 50–51, XX 355–61, XXV 361, XXVI 431, banking during, VII 241, 246, 257, 280, 306, 323, 472, foreign loans, VII 18n, 44, XII 54, 531–35, paper money issued by N.Y. Provincial Congress, III 125n, requisitions and quotas, VI 55, treasurer, see Hillegas, Michael, under Robert Morris as superintendent of finance, III 85–86 (see also Continental loan officers: certificates of, and individual states and Loans to U.S. and Paper money and Public credit and public debt and Public creditors and Morris, Robert); foreign affairs, Hamilton on need for minister of, II 246, 408–9; foreign policy, and British peace overtures, XXVI 392–93, 394–95n, 427–28n, and Netherlands, II 477n, 616, 657, 660, 664, III 71, 97n; Hamilton on (1782), III 192–93; Hamilton on methods of financing, II 670–74, III 103–4; history of, by contemporaries, XX 12n; Indians in, and Joseph Brant, I 216n, II 121, Daniel Brodhead’s expedition against, II 30, 79, 102, and Burgoyne’s invasion, II 295, 303, 304, 306–7, 311, and Cherry Valley Massacre, I 583, and cooperation with forces under Daniel Morgan, I 488–89, defeat as allies of British at Battle of Oriskany, I 319n, and Delaware Nation, II 46, hostility of, in upstate N.Y., (1777) I 215, (1780) II 499, and Sir John Johnson, I 224, participation of, in Major Christopher Carleton’s raid in northern N.Y. (1780), II 480, as part of Butler’s Rangers in Wyoming Valley massacre, I 516, relations and warfare with, I 316, 322n, 583, II 12, 14, 15, 25, 29, 31, 32, and Philip Schuyler as member of Board of Commissioners for Indian Affairs, II 480, 499, 552, XXVI 376–77n, 621n, Sullivan-Clinton campaign against (1779), II 11n, 12, 14, 15, 25, 29, 30, 31, 32–33, 36, 38, 40, 45, 50, 51–52, 55, 57–58, 62, 68, 73, 74, 85, 93, 121, 123, 131, 152, 158–59, 181, 187, XXVI 368n (see also Clinton, James, and Sullivan, John), surrender of Fort Cornwallis, Ga. (1781), XXVI 413n, visit of, to Count Rochambeau (1780), II 420, XXVI 392n, Washington’s policy toward, I 221–22, 421, 481, 533, 583, II 39, 79, 328; international aspects of, VII 43–44; Loyalists (Tories) in, I 176–81, 233–34, 237, 237n, 240, 244n, 251–53, 254, 268n, 303, 305, 361, 432n, 480, 489, 490, 516, 573, 578n, 604, II 71n, 287n, 333n, 371n, 383, 385, 461n, 480, 492n, 529, 549, 573, 666–67n, III 93n, 118, 135, 283, 524, 570n, 620, V 300–1, 302–5, 305–6, VI 11n, XXIV 536–37n, XXVI 393, 395, 413n, 423n, 428n, 446n, 524n, 774–75n, attacked in N.Y., I 178, 180, legislation concerning during war, III 562, 621, in New York City (1775), I 176–79, punishment of, I 232–37, 242–44, and southern campaigns, XXVI 393–94, 394–95n; and manufacturing, IX 324, 342, 346, 352, 358–59, 374, 433, X 2, 9, 32, 177, 269n, 290; as model for Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 29n; peace negotiations, Lafayette on, III 96; prospects for peace (1783), James Duane on, III 257, Hamilton on, III 145; pensions and annuities, see Public credit and public debt, pensions and annuities; production of lead mines for Army in, IX 277, X 205; references to, in Constitutional Convention, IV 193, 206, 222n, in The Federalist, IV 404–5, 415, 426, 430, 449, 474, 518–19, in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 18, 19, 22, 27, 31, 68, 76, 78, 112, 113n, 120, 176; Philip Schuyler on terms of preliminary peace, III 349; and South, Hamilton on (1780), XXVI 392–93; and Spain, aid from, VII 41, 43–44 (see also Public credit and public debt), loans from, XII 531–33, 547, XVI 124, 621, 625, supplies from, VI 440; spies in, I 237, 444, 452–53, 492, 523, 574n, II 10, 25, 27, 98, 132, 217n, 490, III 623n (see also André, John); and states’ rights, VIII 21–22; treason, see Arnold, Benedict; Treaty of Paris (1783), negotiations for, XIX 375–76, 376–78n; U.S. conduct of, I 196–605, II 1–400, 420–603, 658–60, 675–85, XXVI 353–423
—— and Army, III 200, V 316, VII 466; John Adams on, XXV 187–88; adjutant general, I 416, II 9, 27, 517 (see also Hand, Edward, and Pickering, Timothy, and Scammell, Alexander), deputy, see Wilkinson, James, deputy for S.C. and Ga., see Eveleigh, Nicholas; apothecary general, see Craigie, Andrew; armorer’s dept., I 434; articles of war, XXII 53–54n, XXVI 439n; artificers, corps of, II 528, and plans for military peace establishment, III 387; artillery, theory and practice of, XXVI 366; auditor of accounts, see Clark, John, Jr.; battles and other military actions, see Anaquaga, N.Y., and Bennington, Vt., and Bound Brook, N.J., and Brandywine, Battle of, and Camden, S.C., and The Cedars, Canada, and Charleston, S.C., and Cherry Valley, N.Y., and Danbury, Conn., and Fairfield, Conn., and Fort Cornwallis, Ga., and Fort Lee, N.J., and Fort Schuyler, N.Y., and Fort Ticonderoga, N.Y., and Fort Washington, N.Y., and Germantown, Pa., and Guilford Courthouse, N.C., and Highlands, N.Y., and Indians and King’s Mountain, S.C., and Long Island, N.Y., and Monmouth, N.J., and Ninety-Six, S.C., and Norwalk, Conn., and Oriskany, Battle of, and Peekskill, N.Y., and Penobscot, District of Me., and Powles Hook, N.J., and Princeton, N.J., and Saratoga, N.Y., and Savannah, Ga., and Springfield, N.J., and Staten Island, N.Y., and Stony Point, N.Y., and Ticonderoga, N.Y., and Trenton, N.J., and Trois Rivières, Canada, and Verplancks Point, N.Y., and Yorktown, Va. (see also American Revolution and France and American Revolution and Great Britain and Arnold, Benedict, and Gates, Horatio, and Greene, Nathanael, and Hamilton, Alexander, and Heath, William, and Howe, Robert, and Knox, Henry, and Lafayette, Marie Joseph du Motier, and Laurens, John, and Lee, Charles, and Lee, Henry, and Lincoln, Benjamin, and Pickering, Timothy, and Schuyler, Philip, and Sullivan, John, and Washington, George, and Wayne, Anthony); blacks in, III 121, XXVI 376n; bounty lands, III 349–50, XI 379, 380n, and Continental Congress, VI 441–44, and enlistments, III 350n, 367n, 373n, VI 441–44; brigade major, duties of, XXIV 334; clothier general, II 232, 525, XI 340–41, 404, XXVI 143 (see also Mease, James, and Public creditors and Wilkinson, James), assistants, see Brooks, David, and Geary, James, deputy, see Measam, George; clothing dept., II 2, 13, 27, 85, III 310, X 437 (see also Public creditors); commissary dept., II 118, V 373–75 (see also Public creditors); commissary general, XXVII 9 (see also Blaine, Ephraim, and Davie, William Richardson, and Wadsworth, Jeremiah); commissary general of forage, see Biddle, Clement; commissary general of issues, XXIII 52 (see also Stewart, Charles); commissary general of military stores, XXIII 52, 143 (see also Aylett, Thomas, and Finnie, William, and French, Samuel, and Hodgdon, Samuel, and Trumbull, Joseph), assistant, see Hodgdon, Samuel, and Holt, Thomas, for the Northern Department, see Van Renssealaer, Philip; commissary general of musters, see Ward, Joseph, deputy, see Varick, Richard; commissary general of prisoners, XXVI 394 (see also Beatty, John, and Boudinot, Elias, and Public creditors and Skinner, Abraham, and Ward, Joseph), assistant, see Adam, John, and Skinner, Abraham, assistant deputy, see Hubley, Joseph, deputy, XVI 98–99 (see also Mersereau, Joshua); commissary general of purchases, XXIII 52 (see also Blaine, Ephraim, and Boudinot, Elias, and Wadsworth, Jeremiah), assistant, see Chaloner, John, and Dunham, Azariah, and Flint, Royal, deputy, see Champion, Henry, and Cuyler, Jacob, and Morgan, George; Continental Army, I 204–5, 208, 217, 271, 291, 292, 293, 300, 303, 304, 312, 325, 339, 356, 359–60, 369, 586n, II 40, 345, 347, 352, 382, 393, IV 162n, IX 503, additional Continental regiments, II 14, 85, 305, artillery, II 15, 47, 84, 114–15, 485, 486, 559, 560n, headquarters at, Bergen County, N. J., II 352–53, 355–58, 359, 363, 365–66, 368, 369, 400, 420–23, 426, 428–29, 430–32, 457, Bucks County, Pa., I 190, Chester, Pa., I 302, Coryell’s Ferry, N.J., I 294–98, 502, Cranbury, N.J., I 503–4, Cross Roads, Pa., I 312–17, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., II 371–74, 434, Elizabethtown, N.J., I 592, Englishtown, N.J., I 507, Fishkill, N.Y., I 557–60, 591–92, II 76, Flemington, N.J., I 293, Fredericksburg, N.Y., I 550–57, 560–90, Germantown, Pa., I 306–12, 325, Harlem Heights, N.Y., I 189, Haverstraw, N.Y., I 524, Haverstraw Bay, N.Y., I 524, Hopewell Township, N.J., I 502–3, Liberty Pole, N.J., II 383–84, 400, 418, 420, Middlebrook (Bound Brook), N.J., I 256, 257, 261–73, 274–79, 600–2, II 7–66, XXVI 358, 359, Morristown, N.J., I 195–261, 281–85, 293, II 28, 67, 222–25, 227–30, 232–34, 252–73, 288–89, 295, 302–35, New Bridge, N.J., II 424, 426, 429–30, 434, New Brunswick, N.J., I 507–15, 517, 525, New Windsor, N.Y., I 386, II 78–90, 92–102, 104–7, 526, 528, 533, 536, 538–49, 553–63, 569–82, 584–86, 589–90, 592–97, 599–601, 636, XXVI 369–71, 410n, Orangetown, N.Y., II 375–81, 443, 448, Paramus, N.J., I 516–17, 522–23, II 370, Passaic Falls, N.J., II 458–60, 487, 500, 501–3, 506–10, 511–13, 514, XXVI 403, Pawlins Mill, Pa., I 338, Peekskill, N.Y., II 371–74, 434, Pennypackers Mill, Pa., I 335, 337, Pequannock, N.J., II 345, Philadelphia, I 305–6, 602–5, II 1–7, Piscataway, N.J., I 526, Pompton (Plains), N.J., I 285–87, 292, II 66–67, 68, Potts’ Grove (Pottstown), Pa., I 329–31, Preakness, N.J., II 350–51, 354, 358, 359–65, 366–68, 458, 460–77, 478–80, 484–87, 488–89, 492–98, 501, 504–5, 511, 513–16, Quibbletown, N.J., I 273, Ramapo, N.J., I 291–92, II 345–50, Reading Furnace, Pa., I 328, Ringwood, N.J., II 68–70, 544–45, Beverley Robinson’s house, Highlands, N.Y., II 369, 370–71, 441, 442, 443, 444, 445, 461n, 488, XXVI 395, 396, Rockaway Bridge, N.J., II 343–44, Skippack, Pa., I 335–36, 339, Smiths Clove, N.Y., I 287–91, II 71–76, 77–78, Springfield, N.J., II 336–43, XXVI 309, Stony Point, N.Y., II 105–6, Tappan, N.Y., II 375, 445–46, 448–57, Teaneck, N.J., II 382–83, 384–85, 387–89, Totowa, N.J., II 478, 490, 498, 504, 505, 512, XXVI 402, Towamensing (Towamencin), Pa., I 339–42, Valley Forge, Pa., I 414–501, 502, Warwick Furnace, Pa., I 326–28, West Point, N.Y., I 550, II 76, 77, 104, 106, 107–221, 444, 541, XXVI 371–74, Whippany, N.J., II 344–45, White Marsh, Pa., I 365, White Plains, N.Y., I 528–50, Whitpain Township, Pa., I 343–46, Wilmington, Del., I 314–35, Worcester Township, Pa., I 336–37, 342–43, Yellow Springs, Pa., I 326; and Continental Congress, V 350, Army promotions by, III 237, organization and administration of Army by, III 237, 239, 301–2, 316, XXII 527–28n, XXIV 351n, rules of war adopted by, XXII 53–540, 495–97, 497n; contractors, III 95, XI 287, XIII 242, XXVII 12 (see also Brown, John, and Church, John B., and Cuyler, Jacob, and Duer, William, and Fisher, George, and Hay, Udny, and Holker, Daniel, and Hooper, Robert Lettis, and Livingston, Abraham, and Parker, Daniel, and “Publius” and Sands, Comfort, and Wadsworth, Jeremiah, and Watson, James); correspondence by Hamilton and others on his command and Yorktown campaign, II 658, 658–59, 659–60, 665, 666, 667–68, 668–69, 675, 676, 679–81, 682, 683, XXVI 401–2, 403, 408, 409, 409–10, 410, 411, 414–16, 416–18, 419, 420–22; correspondence concerning Hamilton’s journey to Albany to confer with General Gates, I 347–48, 349–50, 351–52, 353–55, 356–57, 357–60, 360–62, 362–63, 363–64, 365, 368, 371–72, 591–92, 594–95, 595–97, 598–99; deserters, XXVI 381, 389n, pardon for, XXVI 389n; disbanding of, and mutiny and removal of Congress from Philadelphia, III 408–9, 411, 412, 414, 419n, 426n, 429–30, 442, 446–49, 453, 455–56, 459, 469, and mutiny of troops (Pa.), III 360, 397–98, 399–500, 401, 403–7, 407–8, 410, 410–11, 438–58, XXVI 444, 445, and Newburgh addresses, III 286, 288n, 305n, 308n, 313, 314n, terms of and disputes over, III 6n, 179–80, 180n, 233–34, 240–41, 243–45, 248, 253–55, 256, 262, 263–64, 278–79, 284, 286–88, 291–93, 301–3, 305–6, 307–8, 313–14, 315–16, 317–21, 323–24, 329–31, 334–36, 340–41, 342, 342–43n, 345–46, 347–48, 349–50, 356–57n, 359–60, 363–64, 364, 366, 372–73, 413, 438–58, 459, VI 305–7, 441–43, VIII 487, IX 418, XXVI 433; dragoons, I 420–21; Eastern Department, I 197n, 515n, paymaster of, XVI 60; engineers, corps of, I 535, II 2, 14, 260, 513, commanding officer of, see Du Portail, Louis Le Béque de Presle, plans for in peacetime Army, III 387, 391, 396; expeditions and campaigns, actual and proposed, XXVI 356–57, 357, 358, 359–62, 363n, 371, 373, 373–74n, 390, 402–3; flying camp, I 215n, XXVI 357n; foreign officers, attitude and policy toward, I 246–47, 293, 313, 421, 426, 483, 514, 516, II 16, 83, 191, of German battalion, I 238–39, 273n, 310, 479–80, 496, 557, II 28, 392, payment to, after war, see Public creditors; forts, see Fort Ann, N.Y., and Fort Clinton, N.Y., and Fort Constitution, N.Y., and Fort Cornwallis, Ga., and Fort Edward, N.Y., and Fort George, N.Y., and Fort Independence, N.Y., and Fort Lee, N.J., and Fort Mercer, N.J., and Fort Mifflin, Pa., and Fort Montgomery, N.Y., and Fort Pitt, Pa., and Fort Putnam, N.Y., and Fort Schuyler, N.Y., and Fort Ticonderoga, N.Y., and Fort Washington, N.Y.; furloughing and discharge of officers at end of war, IX 418, XXVI 434n; Hamilton and court martial of Charles Lee, I 507–9, 517–21, 522–23; Hamilton as aide-de-camp to Washington, I 196–605, pay, I 194n, II 260, resignation as, II 563–68, 569, 575–77, 595; Hamilton as lieutenant colonel and commander of battalion, II 600, 658–85; Hamilton on organization of, I 414–21; Hamilton’s letters on Benedict Arnold’s treason and role of André, II 438–40, 440–41, 441–42, 445–46, 448–49, 450–54, 456, 460–70, 488–89, 495, XXVI 396–401; Hamilton’s letters sent and received concerning course of war, I 181, 183–85, 186, 187–88, 190, 199–200, 201–2, 209–10, 211–12, 215–16, 217–18, 219–22, 223–24, 227–28, 231–32, 233–34, 235–36, 237, 238, 241, 242–44, 248–49, 251–53, 253–54, 254–56, 259–60, 261–63, 267–68, 275–77, 279–80, 281–83, 289–90, 294–97, 299–301, 302–4, 306–9, 310–12, 314–15, 318–19, 320–21, 330–31, 331–32, 332–33, 340–41, 349–50, 351–52, 353–55, 356–57, 357–60, 362–63, 363–64, 365, 368, 372, 425–28, 439–42, 499–501, 504–5, 506, 510–14, 515–16, 525–26, 527–28, 532, 537–40, 541–42, 545–46, 576–79, 585–86, II 11, 17–19, 45, 52–54, 69, 82–84, 102–3, 109–10, 110–11, 128–29, 138–39, 144–45, 158–59, 163–64, 165–68, 172–73, 180–82, 186–87, 191–92, 225–26, 303–4, 318–19, 326–27, 328–29, 331–32, 335–36, 347–48, 360, 362–63, 364, 366–67, 372–73, 389–91, 420–21, 427–28, 476, 479, 480–81, 481–82, 483, 484, 498–500, 505–6, 529–33, 587–88, 592, XXVI 359–62, 373, 374–75, 392–94, 425–28, 430; Hamilton’s N.Y. artillery co., I 181–92, 195, 200, 201n; Hamilton’s oath of allegiance, I 487; Hamilton’s requests for command, II 509–10, 517, 518–19, 595, 600–1, 601–2, 636–38, 647–48; Hamilton’s service in, a summary, XXVI 325–26; Hamilton’s views on, II 406, 409–11, 417, 552, 614, 661; hospital dept., II 2, XXVI 399 (see also Public creditors), assistant director general, see Craik, James, assistant purveyor, see Ledyard, Isaac, director general, see Cochran, John, and Morgan, John, and Shippen, William, director general in Northern Department, see Stringer, Samuel, pay, III 201, 302, plans for, in peacetime Army, III 392–93; inspector general, I 421, 422, 497–99, 528–29, 579, 601, II 2, 5, 27, 133, 349, 356, 366, 475, 513, 553 (see also Conway, Thomas, and Steuben, Frederick William Augustus Henry Ferdinand, baron von), plans for, in peacetime Army, III 382, 392, 395; invalid pensions, see Public credit and public debt; invalids, corps of, I 188n, 496, III 345–46, XVI 296; judge advocate, see Laurance, John; Maréchaussé corps, I 420, 496n; marine dept., X 358n, accounts of, V 373–75; militia, I 204, 217, 228, 261, 266, 274n, 287n, 291, 292, 303–4, 308, 312, 320n, 321, 335, 338n, 343n, 354–55, 356–57, 358, 441, 480, 487, 584, 586, 587, II 19, 33, 40, 71, 76, 85, 347, 350, 370, 383, 384, 385–87, 529, 530, 533, 570, III 233–34, XXVI 389, estimate of role of, IV 426, V 350, VI 333–34, 335–36, 358, Hamilton on, at Battle of Camden, II 420–21, 422, V 350, Otho H. Williams on, at Battle of Camden, II 385–86, XI 240; mustermaster dept., II 109, 114, 133; mutiny, Hamilton on, III 397–98, 399–400, 438–58, in William Malcom’s regiment, II 39, in Pa. and N.J. lines (1781), I 538, 541n, 542–43, 544n, 545, 547, 549, 551n, 551, 552n, 553, in Pa. line (1783), XXVI 444, 445; Northern Department (Northern Army), plans, campaigns, and command of, I 203, 207, 250n, 265, 278, 282, 293, 295, 305, 306, 307n, 310, 311, 313, 314, 315, 316n, 318–19, 347–48, 349, 353–54, 362, 429n, 535, 605, II 10n, 60n, 117n, 371n; officers, legislation concerning pay of, IX 418, medals for, VI 187n; ordnance dept., II 2, 6 (see also Public creditors); pay, III 6n, 263–64, XXVI 379; paymaster general, I 554, II 78, XXVI 358 (see also Palfrey, William, and Pierce, John [Conn.], and Warren, James [Mass.]), accounts, V 380, assistant, see Burrall, Jonathan, and Pierce, John (Conn), in Southern Department, see Clay, Joseph; prisoners, III 91–93, 117–18, British, accounts for subsistence of, VI 16–17, commission for the exchange of, III 53n, 93n, Convention troops, I 584n, 585, 586, 587, II 4, 7, 13n, 86, 225, 228, 268n, 644, dept. of, II 157, exchange of, I 198–99, 222, 265, 267, 273, 279, 424–25, 437, 438, 440–41, 443–44, 445–46, 447–48, 449, 450, 451, 452–53, 454–56, 456–57, 457–58, 458–60, 460–65, 466–72, 473, 474, 475–78, 490, 492–93, 493–94, 494–95, 590, 591–92, 594–95, 595–97, 598–99, 600, II 13, 20, 24, 39, 80, 90, 101, 133, 188, 194, 258, 263, 268, 269, 271–72, 273–74, 275–85, 288, 289–90, 291–92, 295–96, 296–301, 304, 308–9, 379, 426–27, 430, 487, 496, 503, 544, 546, 559, 563, 569, 579, 590, 594, 597, Hamilton’s letters sent and received concerning prisoner exchange, I 437, 445–46, 447–48, 449, 450, 450–51, 454–56, 456–57, 458–60, 460–62, 462–66, 466–72, 473, 474, 475–78, 493, 494–95, II 271–72, 273–74, 275–85, 287–88, 289–90, 291–92, 295–96, 296–301, 306–7, XXVI 382–87, release of, at end of war, III 145n, 198–99, 325, 327, 334, 338, 360, 370, resident commissary of, proposed, II 477, 485; quartermaster dept., I 267n, II 118, 303, 338, 368, 370, III 69n, 239, 263, X 437 (see also Public creditors); quartermaster general, I 416, 420, 421, 550, 600, II 31, 48, 339, III 134, 155, 197 (see also Greene, Nathanael, and Mifflin, Thomas, and Pickering, Timothy, and Public creditors), assistant, see Anspach, Peter, and Caldwell, James, and Hughes, Hugh, deputy, see Abeel, James, and Anspach, Peter, and Biddle, Clement, and Bowen, Ephraim, and Claiborne, Richard, and Furman, Moore, and Glen, Henry, and Hay, Udney, and Lewis, Morgan, and Lotterloh, Henry E., and Mifflin, Jonathan, and Mitchell, John, and Morris, Jacob, and Pettit, Charles, and Platt, Richard, deputy assistant, see Dill, John, and Quackenbush, Nicholas, and Wolfe, David, deputy in Northern Department, see Lewis, Morgan, deputy in Southern Department, see Drayton, Stephen, and Finnie, William; rations, I 186, XXII 362; sappers and miners, corps of, II 115, 132, 260, commandant of, see Du Portail, Louis Le Béque de Presle; secret service, I 591n, II 14n, 217n; settlement of sundry accounts, pensions, and pay after war, see Public credit and public debt and Public creditors; Southern Department (Southern Army), plans, campaigns, and command of, II 17–19, 34, 43, 53, 55, 57, 75, 79, 85, 94, 115, 120, 158, 159, 165–66, 166, 167, 181, 194–95, 210, 213, 216n, 220, 223, 225–56, 288, 302, 303, 305, 306–7, 310, 325, 337, 348, 394–95, 423, 430, 437–38, 472, 480, 487, 493, 499–500, 505, 516, 526, 529–33, 546, 549, 553, 579, 580, 588, 595, 601, 641, 643–44, III 84–85, V 350–59, VI 333–37, X 408–67, XIII 178–85, XXVI 374–75, 394–95, 412, 422n, 423n (see also Gates, Horatio, and Greene, Nathanael); southern troops in, II 662; record of Lewis Tousard in, XXVI 218–19; Washington, accounts of, XXVI 210n, on organization of Army, II 458–60; Western Department, command of, II 45. See also Hamilton, Alexander, and individual states and New England and Washington, George
—— and Continental Congress: administration of Army and conduct of war, I 238, 240, 261, 265, 273, 297, 305, 307n, 308n, 318, 326, 327–28, 330n, 331–32, 360n, 436–37, 447n, 507, 516, 527, 539, 543n, 546, 556, 560, 572, 579, 583, 586, 587, 605, II 13, 27, 48, 75, 82–83, 88, 91, 108, 109, 111, 112, 116, 128–29, 131, 142, 143, 149, 154, 156, 168, 177–78, 179, 183n, 191, 196, 210, 221, 222, 224, 225, 251n, 252, 272, 281, 284, 293, 294, 306, 314, 315, 318, 325–26, 332, 338, 341, 370, 372, 381, 395, 421, 422, 425, 432, 436, 454, 475, 477, 477n, 485, 487, 490–91, 497, 529–31, 552, 556, 579, 596n, 597, 676, III 200, 200–1, 210, 213, 223, 234, 236–37, 237, 239, 262–63, 277–78, 284, 310, 316, 332; agent of marine, XI 55–56; appointments to Army, I 305, 314n, 336n, 428n; Board of War, I 278, 335, 429n, 431, 432, 436, 439n, 498, 499, 533, 560, II 3, 10, 14, 27, 48, 55, 60, 70, 71, 72, 73, 82, 84n, 100, 101, 112, 114–15, 133, 144, 157, 183, 190, 225, 227, 233, 267, 340, 342, 347, 352, 358, 484, 490, 492n, 524, 526, 533, 592, 668, VI 313, 315, 316, 361, 362, XI 340, XIII 197n, XVI 424n, XXIV 351n, XXVI 366n, 382n, 403n, 483n, president of, see Gates, Horatio, secretary of, see Peters, Richard, and Stoddert, Benjamin, and Troup, Robert, and Wilkinson, James; and British prisoners, hiring of, III 211; Committee of Arrangement, I 515, 559; Committee of Conference (Committee of Congress at Camp), I 414n, 421, 423n, 434, 435n, II 2, 3, 5–6n, 13; Committee of Cooperation, II 332–33, 337, 338, 342, 343, 356, 380; diplomacy of, IV 518–19; finances of, VIII 446n, XXVI 795 (see also Board of Treasury); Hamilton on, during war, II 401, 402, 405; Hamilton on Army policy of, I 425–26, 439–41, 498–99, II 405, 409–11, 417, 472; Hamilton on timidity of, VIII 65; Hamilton’s correspondence with, I 326, 327–28, 331–32, II 210; and Hamilton’s pay, I 184, 190–92, 194n; Marine Committee, II 57, 62, 198–99, XI 55–56n, 337–39, prisoners held by, II 380; Medical Committee, II 110n; Navy Board, Eastern Department, XI 55–58n; president of, see Hancock, John, and Jay, John, and Laurens, Henry; resolutions of, concerning military affairs, I 188, 190, 194n, 228, 239n, 245, 246, 292, 432, 447–48, 449, 480, 487n, 494n, 514n, 591–92, 594, 596–97, 598, II 5–6n, 29, 35n, 46, 85, 152n, 177–78, 253n, 273, 290, 424, 460, 478, 479, 492n, 497, 553, 600; resolution on pay of Army, XXII 253, 432; secretary of, see Thomson, Charles
—— and Continental Navy, I 335, 340, 341, 441–42, II 31, 145, 149–50, 163, 374, 579, III 203n, V 149n, 458n, VII 76n, XVI 62n, XVIII 471n, XX 420n, XXI 478, XXII 138n, XXVI 355n (see also Jones, John Paul); Board of, VI 309n; British treatment of naval prisoners, II 544
—— and France: American relations with and aid from before alliance of 1778, I 212, 217, 221n, 222, 231–32, 234, 250n, 271, 278–79, 301, II 54n, VI 10, 18, 19n, VII 43–44, XI 207–11, 548, XII 151–52, XIV 530–33, XVI 42–43n, 479n, XVIII 198n, XIX 521, XX 355–61, 432, 432n, XXIV 554–55n, XXVI 41n, 394 (see also Deane, Silas, and Franklin, Benjamin, and Lee, Arthur); Army of, in America, II 336, 361n, 366, 368, 423n, 436, 437, 513n, 515n, 518n, 579, 588, 595, 597, 599n, 677n, XXVI 390n, 391n (see also Rochambeau, Jean Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur, comte de), second division of, II 372, 373, 382, 482n; Army contractor for, XXVI 434n; Army officers, Hamilton’s relations with, II 10, 112, 642n, III 83–86, 193, XXVI 391, pay, III 473n, payment to, after war, see Public creditors; consul of, in Philadelphia, see Holker, John; correspondence (including that of Hamilton) concerning conferences between American and French officers and plans for military cooperation between two countries, II 175–80, 194–95, 197, 199, 200, 200–1, 203–5, 206–7, 211, 212–15, 216, 216–17, 217–18, 219, 219–20, 220–21, 308–9, 321–22, 325, 326–27, 389–91, 391–96, 431, 435–36, 437–38, 583, 583–84, 641; diplomatic relations with, following alliance of 1778, II 111, 179–80, 183, 191, 317, 503n, 519–20, 536, 550n, 633, 639–40, 645n (see also Laurens, John); fleet of, II 89–90, 122, 128–29, 167–68, 172, 173, 175–79, 189, 198, 212, 225–26, 324, 325, 327n, 330, 350, 355, 356, 357, 358n, 360, 361, 363, 368, 429, 431–32, 436, 489, 540, 552n, 587, 640n, 641, XXVI 374, 376n, 380n, 390n, 391n (see also Ternay, Charles Henri d’Arsac, chevalier de), rumored attack on, by British, II 326–63, victory off Cape Finisterre, II 484n; Hamilton on effect of aid from, on outcome of war, XI 70; Hamilton on need for cooperation with, II 392; Hamilton on reasons for aid from, VII 43–44; Hamilton on role of relations between two countries, (1779) XXVI 374–75, (1780) XXVI 394, 406–7, (1781) XXVI 420–22; joint campaigns (proposed and actual) with U.S. against or in, Canada, II 11, 179, 395–96, 438, 500n, 677, Charleston, S.C., II 394–95, Floridas, II 177–79, Georgia, II 179, Newfoundland, II 179, New York, II 171, 177, 197, 199–200n, 203–4, 206–7, 212–15, 220–21, 324, 357, 360, 365, 368, 369, 381, 389–91, 391–94, 435–37, 495, 498n, 499–500, 520, 556, 588, 592, 599, Nova Scotia, II 179, Penobscot Bay, II 589, southern states, II 437, S.C., II 179, Va., II 571, 573, 574, 579–84, 583n, 587–88, 676 (see also Gérard, Conrad-Alexandre, and Grasse, François Joseph Paul, comte de, and Hartford, Conn., conference with French officers, and La Luzerne, Anne César, chevalier de, and Newport, R.I., in American Revolution, and Savannah, Ga., in American Revolution, and Yorktown, Va., in American Revolution); loans from, VII 16, 18n, 44, and Farmers-General (1777), VII 17, 19–20n, XI 207–11, XIII 405; military aid after alliance of 1778, II 264, 365n, 367, 382, 457, 520, 641, III 96–97, XI 70, XIX 521–22, XXVI 392n, 394, 409n, 422n, Hamilton on, II 411 (see also Treaty of Alliance and Treaty of Amity and Commerce); military and naval plans and operations after alliance of 1778, I 516, 523, 524, 525, 537–40, 543, 545–46, 553, 558, 561, 583, II 1, 2, 9, 38, 320n, 321, 322, 331, 347, 356, 363, 373, 429, 430, 437, 482, 498, 518, 538, 542, 578, 587–88, 592, 605, 641, III 85, 97n, 129n, 145, 237n, 417n, 461, 508n, 510–11n, 603n; Minister to U.S., see Gérard, Conrad Alexandre; official thanks of Continental Congress for role of in war, III 236–37; and peace negotiations with Great Britain, III 145–46n, 339, XXV 72–73, 91–92, 188–89, 191, 231 (see also Paris, Treaty of [1783]); relations with Indians, XXVI 391, 392n; Philip Schuyler on attitude of, to Hamilton, II 576; Robert Troup on naval events and strategy of, II 128–30
—— and Great Britain: British Army, I 180, 196n, 211–12, 222, 235, 249, 254, 276, 278n, 294, 302–3, 442, 485, 493, 567, 572, 590, 595, XXVI 356–57, 357, 358n, 359–62, 363n, 371, 373n, 374–76, 380n, 382–87, 392–94, 403n, 412, 413, 420–22, 425–28, 448n, attacks or raids by, on Danbury, Conn., I 214, on Elizabethtown, N.J., and vicinity, II 13, 335n, 338, 341, 344, on Fairfield, Conn., II 97, 102, on Fort Ann, N.Y., II 481–82, 499, on Fort George, N.Y., II 481–82, 499; on New Haven, Conn., II 97, 102, on Norwalk, Conn., II 97, 102, on Paramus, N.J., II 311, on Peekskill, N.Y., I 215, 216, on Portsmouth, Va., II 53, and campaign in South, II 476–77, 632, Canadian forces in, XXVI 384, capture of Fort Washington, New York City, XXV 603, commissary general of prisoners, see Loring, Joshua, Convention troops, see American Revolution and Army, evacuation of Newport, R.I. (1779), II 215, of New York City, III 290, 292, 328n, 338, 338–39, 365–66, 376, 413, 414–15, 417, 419, 430, 431, 478n, 483n, of U.S. by British and Loyalists, III 431, and exchange of prisoners, I 443–44, 445–46, 447–48, 449, 450, 451, 454–56, 456–57, 457–58, 458–60, 460–62, 462–65, 466–72, 473, 474, 475–78, 493–94, 494–95, 591–92, 594–95, 595–97, 598–99, II 271–72, 273–74, 275–85, 287–88, 289–90, 291–92, 295–96, 296–301, 308–9, 593, III 145, XXVI 382–87, forts, see Fort Good and Fort Neidham, Germans serving in, I 249, 276, 282, 303, 309, 324, 533, 573, II 303, 307, 379, 386, 680, III 430, 431, XXVI 382, 384, 385, 387, movements of (actual and supposed), I 211–12, 217–18, II 47, 60, 61, 62, 63, 66, 67, 68, 72, 74, 76, 79, 81, 94, 98, 102, 108, 117, 118, 129–30, 159, 163, 166, 172–73, 174, 176–77, 195, 205, 216, 217, 220, 288, 296, 303, 311, 312, 339, 343, 344, 345, 362–63, 363, 364, 365, 368, 369, 373, 379, 381, 382, 420, 424, 429, 434, 457–58, 471, 473, 476, 477n, 480, 497, 498, 499, 526, 580, 593, 595, XXV 603, XXVI 363n (see also Brandywine, Battle of, and Burgoyne, John, and Camden, S.C., and Charleston, S.C., and Clinton, Sir Henry, and Germantown, Pa., and Howe, William, and Monmouth, Battle of, and New York City and Philadelphia and Princeton, N.J. and Saratoga, N.Y., and Savannah, Ga., and Stony Point, N.Y., and Trenton, N.J., and Verplancks Point, N.Y., and Yorktown, Va.), occupation of New York City, III 85, 594, plans for defense of New York City, III 85, regiments of, 6th (Royal Warwickshire) Regiment of Foot, XXIV 43n, 20th Regiment of Foot, XXVI 386, 21st (Royal North British Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot, XXVI 383, 24th Regiment of Foot, XXVI 386, 41st (Welsh) Regiment of Foot, XXIV 43n, 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot, I 252–53, 62nd Regiment of Foot, XXVI 384, Queen’s Royal Rangers, II 303, Royal Regiment of Artillery, XXVI 383, seizure of blacks, III 365, 369n, 540, strength and position of, II 69–70, 166, 171, 197, 201, 205n, 206–8, 208–9, 211, 213–15, 216–17, 334, 381, 435, 644, supposed plans of, I 202, 204, 217, 223, 282, 296, 300, 308, 363, II 44, 57, 66, 94, 102–3, 117, 160, 166, 172–73, 189, 223, 232, 339, 368, 380, 499, 595, terms of Burgoyne’s surrender, I 370; British Navy, II 173, 192, 215, 218, 223, defeat of, in West Indies, II 128, 130n, 163, movements of (actual and supposed), I 203, 245, 290, 293, 296, 298, 302, 308, 310, 315, 326, 337, 363, 365, 436, 441–42, 516, 533, 534, 541, 542, 543, 544, 558, 561, 566, 567, 574, 592, 593–94, II 57, 90n, 122, 129, 144, 145n, 158, 163, 167, 171, 216, 217–18, 229, 234, 254, 268, 288, 333, 342, 357, 359, 360, 362–63, 364, 371, 372, 373, 382, 423, 431–32, 434, 435, 480, 482, 484n, 489, 497, 553, 555, 589n (see also Arbuthnot, Marriot, and Rodney, George Brydges), reports on movements of, (1779) II 192, 217–18, 318–19, (1780) II 318–19, 326–27, 381, victory of, in West Indies (1782), III 119; Hamilton on use of threat of peace with, to coerce France, II 411; internal conditions, foreign policy, and war effort, II 41, 117, 163, 186, 382, 398, 631–33, 663–64; and plan for British peace commissioners to U.S. (1779), XXVI 376n; prospects for peace with, III 96, Hamilton on, III 85, 193; provisional peace treaty (1783), Hamilton on, III 294–95; relations of with Spain, II 129, 131, 146, 246, 499; Treaty of Paris (1783) (definitive treaty), IV 414 (see also Paris, Treaty of (1783)
letters written by Hamilton as Washington’s aide-de-camp to:
Alden, Judah, II 512
Alexander, William (Lord Stirling), I 555, 558, 565, 602, II 63, 115, 122, 130, 145, 146, 192, 193, 271
Allison, Samuel (N.J.), II 309
Annemours, Charles François Adrien le Paulnier, chevalier d’, I 271
Arendt, Henry Leonard Philip, baron d’, I 273
Armstrong, John, I 338, 479
Arnold, Benedict, I 197, 271, 502, II 33, 42, 46
Assistant clothier at Newburgh, N.Y., II 160
Atlee, Samuel John, II 581
Bache, Sarah Franklin, II 558–59
Bailey, John, Jr., II 543–44
Ballard, Robert, II 119
Ballard, William Hudson, II 227
Barbé-Marbois, François, marquis de, II 317
Barber, Francis, I 523, II 540
Bayley, Jacob, I 558
Baylor, George, I 555
Beatty, John, II 3, 80, 101, 133, 188
Berrien, John, II 577
Biddle, Clement, I 584
Biron, Louis Antoine, duc de, II 548
Blackden, Samuel, II 78, 79
Blaine, Ephraim, II 512, 560
Blair, Susan, II 558–59
Bland, Theodorick, I 292, 587, II 86, 149
Board of Admiralty, II 374
Board of General Officers, I 491, 492, II 81, 108, 445
Board of General Officers on the Arrangement of the Artillery, II 125
Board of War, I 278, 335, 431, 432, 533, II 263–64, 265, 312, 317, 321, 368, 112, 114, 144, 157, 227, 233, 267, 340, 342, 352, 358, 484, 490, 533, 592
Bond, Thomas, Jr., I 423
Boudinot, Elias, I 490
Bowdoin, James, II 311, 383, 383–84
Brodhead, Daniel, II 30, 79, 102, 253
Brodhead, Daniel, Jr., II 581
Brooks, David, II 185
Brooks, John, I 203
Burke, Thomas, II 24
Burrall, Jonathan, II 9
Butler, Richard, II 77, 80
Caldwell, Robert, II 581
Campbell, Archibald, I 196
Cary, Archibald, II 54
Chambers, Stephen, I 433
Champion, Henry, I 424, II 67
Chase, Samuel, I 480
Cheever, Ezekiel, I 489
Christie, James, II 67
Circular to the States, II 55, 144, 382
Claiborne, Richard, II 343
Clark, Oliver, II 117
Clark, Thomas, II 22, 193
Clarkson, Mary, II 558–59
Clinton, George, I 197, 234, 279, 313, 430, 479, 540, 564, II 38, 47, 55, 72, 75, 85, 86, 149, 189, 195, 197, 227, 325–26, 331, 339, 345–46, 346, 369, 384, 442, 448, 495, 540, 570, 574
Clinton, Sir Henry, I 604, II 8, 20, 144, 258, 445, 477, 485, 503, 544, 593
Clinton, James, I 531, 564, II 59–60, 73, 85, 122, 265, 494, 562
Clymer, George, I 231
Cochran, John, II 558
Colonels of Artillery, II 15
Commander of Militia, Horseneck, Conn., II 139
Commanding Officer, Charlottesville, Va., II 546
Commanding Officer, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., II 457
Commanding Officer, French Squadron, Chesapeake Bay, II 571
Commanding Officer, West Point, N.Y., II 444
Commissioners for Redressing the Grievances of the N.J. Line, II 545
Committee of Arrangement from Congress, I 559
Committee of Conference, I 434, II 2, 3, 13
Committee of Congress with the Army, I 421
Committee of Cooperation, II 330, 332, 337, 338, 342, 343, 356, 380
Condict, Silas, II 263
Connecticut, State of, II 366
Connecticut and Rhode Island Colonels, I 204
Connor, Morgan, I 488
Cornwallis, Charles, 1st marquis and 2nd earl, I 264, 267
Council of General Officers, II 114
Council of War, I 485, 496, II 302, 334
Cox, Cornelius, I 223
Cox, John, II 197
Craig, Thomas, II 504
Darby, Samuel, II 511
Dayton, Elias, I 312–13
De Lancey, Margaret, II 59
Dennis, Patrick, II 349
Destouches, Charles René Dominique Souchet, chevalier, II 542, 573, 578, 579, 582
Dickinson, Philemon, I 325, 501, 502
Director of Clothing at Hartford, Conn., and Springfield, Mass., I 557
Diriks, Jacob Gerhard, II 572
Dobbs, William, II 198
Douw, Volkert Pieterse, II 60, 117
Drayton, William Henry, I 517
Duane, James, II 39, 58, 322, 454–55
Dubois, Lewis, II 543
Dubouchet, Dennis-Jean-Florimond-Langlois de Montheville, marquis, II 496
Du Coudray, Philippe Charles Jean Baptiste Tronson, I 278–79, 286
Duer, William, I 431, II 21
Dunham, Azariah, II 69
Du Portail, Louis Le Béque de Presle, I 507, 540, 574, 587, II 24, 26, 28, 115, 185, 229, 302, 581
Elliott, Thomas, I 272, 287
Erskine, Robert, I 293
Estaing, Charles Henri Hector, comte d’, I 524, 533, 534, 543, 544, 552, 557, 561, 565, 566, 567, 571, 574, 576, II 171, 197
Flint, Royal, II 254
Forman, David, I 343, 444
Forrest, Thomas, II 47
Four Eastern States and N.Y., II 541
Francis, Anne Willing, II 558
Francy, Lazare-Jean de Francy-les-Arnay, Theveneau de, I 481
Franklin, Benjamin, I 313, II 457, 536
Franklin, William, I 292
Franks, David S., II 485
Frelinghuysen, Frederick, II 540
Frey, Joseph-Pierre-Charles, baron de, II 80
Furnam, Moore, II 371
Galvan, William de, II 16
Gansevoort, Peter, I 534
Gates, Horatio, I 196, 250, 305, 306, 429, 502, 523, 547, 557, 559, 561, 566, 571, 572, II 15, 27, 28, 42, 43, 46, 51, 58, 74, 75, 85, 87, 98, 112, 117, 130, 334, 486
Geary, James, II 77, 107
General Officers, I 345, 345–46, 434, 479, 561, 587, II 60, 75, 255, 259, 516, 545
General Orders, I 337, II 497
Gérard, Conrad-Alexandre, II 38, 48, 92, 113
Gist, Mordecai, II 59
Glover, John, II 95, 106
Goetschius, John Mauritius, II 504
Gouvion, Jean-Baptiste, chevalier de, II 345, 504
Governors of the Middle States, II 230
Green, John, I 346
Greene, Christopher, I 338, 340, 342, 344, II 119
Greene, Nathanael, I 302, 481, 489, 495, 549, 553, 576, II 12, 28, 39, 56, 65, 131–32, 139, 151, 199–200, 229, 232, 233, 259, 264, 267–68, 302, 305, 343, 356, 368, 369, 434, 480, 486, 514, 580, 595, 599
Greene, William (R.I.), II 47, 336
Guichen, Luc-Urbain de Bouëxic, comte de, II 429
Hall, David, II 29, 77
Hancock, John, I 230, 237, 240, 265, 292, 312, 313, 317, 318, 319, 325, 326, 337, 344
Hand, Edward, I 323, 340, 565, 589
Harnage, Henry, II 74
Harrison, Charles, II 486
Harrison, Robert Hanson, I 198
Haskell, Henry, I 429
Hay, Ann Hawkes, II 122
Hay, Udny, II 76, 100
Hazelwood, John, I 343
Hazen, Moses, II 258, 260
Heard, Nathaniel, I 222, II 338, 339
Heath, William, I 197, 261, 293, 325, 335, 344, 442, 540, 548, 556, 572, II 58, 81, 87, 88, 97, 104, 106, 113, 119, 158, 172, 175, 384, 480, 485, 495, 514, 553, 561, 573
Helm, John, II 581
Henry, Patrick, I 431
Hillegas, Henrietta, II 558
Hollingsworth, Henry, I 430
Holtzendorff, Louis Casimer, baron de, I 317
Hooper, Horace, II 577
Hooper, James, II 577
Hopkins, David, II 7
Howe, Robert, II 81, 105, 115, 123, 132, 139, 172, 184, 189, 227, 311, 331, 333, 336, 340, 341, 344, 346, 382, 514, 541, 545
Howe, Sir William, I 337, 438, 443–44, 457
Howell, Richard, I 558
Hubley, Adam, I 429, II 96
Hughes, Hugh, I 322
Humphreys, David, II 512
Hunt, Thomas (N.Y.), II 198
Huntington, Jedediah, II 2, 60, 170, 319
Huntington, Samuel, II 196, 223, 229, 254, 260, 264, 302, 304, 305, 310, 325, 341, 345, 356, 365, 370, 372, 381, 424, 430, 460, 475, 477, 487, 496, 497, 503, 513, 515, 542, 546, 548, 556, 579, 581, 593, 594, 597
Inhabitants of the Middle States, I 431
Inhabitants of Newport, R.I., II 583–84
Innes, James, I 491
Irvine, William, II 184, 375, 548
Jameson, John, I 339
Jay, Sir James, II 308
Jay, John, I 605, II 4, 6, 10, 13, 14, 21, 27, 31, 34, 39, 41, 44, 45, 46, 47, 57, 65–66, 74, 79, 85, 107, 108, 112, 118, 131, 132, 136, 137, 146, 159, 174
Jefferson, Thomas, II 225, 553
Kalb, Johann, I 549, 555, 560, 585, 592, II 94, 254
Kearsley, Samuel, II 96
Knobelauch, ——, baron de, II 15
Knox, Henry, I 432, 561, II 6, 61, 65, 67, 101, 133, 223, 343, 357, 485, 511, 556
Lacey, John, Jr., I 430
Lafayette, Marie Joseph du Motier, marquis de, I 489, 507, 530, 605, II 324, 327–28, 328, 365, 368, 372, 373, 495, 570, 581, 597, 599
La Luzerne, Anne Cesar, chévalier de, II 263–64, 265, 312, 317, 321, 368, 373, 379, 429
Lamb, John (N.Y.), II 478
La Neuville, René-Hippolyte Penot Lombart de Noirmont, II 152
La Rouerie, Charles-Armand Tuffin, marquis de, I 270, 576, II 86, 233, 234, 264, 514
La Touche-Tréville, Louis-René-Madeleine Le Vassor, vicomte de, II 328
Laurens, Henry, I 442, 453, 481, 515, 516, 530, 533, 534, 548, 558, 566, 579, 583, 586, 590, II 24, 133
Laurens, John, II 311, 359
Lawrence, John (Pa.), II 581
Lee, Arthur, II 503
Lee, Charles, I 281, 549
Lee, Henry, II 70, 98, 101, 128, 137, 309, 355, 357, 359, 368
Lee, Richard Henry, II 34
Lee, Thomas Sim, II 266
Lewis, Morgan, I 429, II 371
Lincoln, Benjamin, II 120, 268, 304, 310, 311, 312
Livingston, James, II 118
Livingston, William, I 322, 338–39, 423, 430, 432, 444, 602, II 30, 33, 40, 43, 66, 198, 232, 266, 341, 545, 559
Livingston, William Alexander, II 252
Livingston, William Smith, I 587
Lovell, James, I 266
Ludowick, Christopher, I 324
McDougall, Alexander, I 201, 207, 245, 250, 256, 272, 273, 328, 443, 549, 567, 575, 583, 588, 599, II 6, 7, 8, 14, 21, 22, 25, 29, 50, 55, 56, 61, 62, 63, 66, 76, 79, 86, 90, 92, 104, 131, 340, 489
Magistrates of N.J., II 263, 310
Malcom, William, I 274, 544, 585, 592, II 34, 39, 71, 370
Marine Committee, II 57, 62
Marsh, Daniel, II 339
Mason, David, II 113
Massachusetts, State of, II 366
Massachusetts Council, II 122
Massachusetts Legislature, I 245
Mathews, John (S.C.), II 487, 579
Maxwell, William (N.J.), I 323, 324, 325, 490, II 8, 9–10, 42, 44, 228
Measam, George, I 554, 560, 571, 572, II 76
Mease, James, I 433, 488, 501
Mifflin, Thomas, I 203, 293, 335, 479
Miralles, Juan de, II 49, 98, 223, 268
Morgan, John (Pa.), II 581
Morris, Gouverneur, II 43
Morris, Robert (Pa.), I 231, 257
Moylan, Stephen, I 445, II 98, 234, 504
Muhlenberg, Peter, II 145
Murnan, Jean Bernard de Bourg Gauthier de, II 40
Nash, Francis, I 305
Navarro, Diego José de, II 15, 312
Nelson, Thomas, Jr., I 323
New England States, II 546
New York Colonels, I 204
New York Council of Safety, I 305–6
Nicola, Lewis, I 496
Nixon, John, I 424
Oswald, Eleazar, I 561
Otis and Andrews, I 558
Palfrey, William, II 94
Parker, Josiah, I 492
Parks, Warham, I 438
Parr, James, II 505
Parsons, Samuel Holden, I 261, II 94, 100, 102, 228, 400, 573
Paterson, William (Pa.), II 78
Pemberton, Mary, I 458
Penet, Pierre, I 481
Pennsylvania Colonels, I 204
Pennsylvania Council, II 51, 76, 93
Pennsylvania Navy Board, I 436
Phillips, William, II 7, 194, 268, 346, 496
Pickering, Timothy, II 511, 528, 557, 560, 562
Pintard, Lewis, II 269
Powell, Jeremiah, II 50, 122, 336, 352
Preudhomme de Borre, Philippe-Hubert, chevalier de, I 305, 317
Prowell, Joseph, II 26
Pulaski, Count Casimir, I 589
Putnam, Israel, I 272, 272–73, 285, 290, 292, 302, 424, 550, 575, II 1, 22, 33, 51, 63, 77, 81, 106, 107
Quartermaster General, I 550
Reed, Esther, II 362
Reed, Joseph, I 223, II 32, 51, 43, 47, 76, 93, 265, 331, 340, 342, 352
Rendon, Francisco, II 475–76, 497
Richardson, John (Pa.), II 581
Rittenhouse, David, II 65
Robertson, James, II 446
Rochambeau, Jean Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur, comte de, II 357, 359, 363, 369, 371, 373, 379, 381, 382, 420, 424, 429–30, 430, 444, 458, 473, 476, 480, 489, 498, 515, 538, 542, 546, 555, 560, 562, 570, 574, 579, 580, 582, 589, 636
Rutledge, John, I 208, 281, II 21, 324
St. Clair, Arthur, II 59, 61, 64, 68, 70, 107, 267, 371, 448, 548
Saint-Maisme, Jean-Baptiste-Louis-Philippe de Felix d’Olières, comte de, II 578
Saltonstall, Gurdon, I 242
Schuyler, Philip, I 203, 287, 291, 488, 585, 600, 605, II 25, 29, 60, 71
Scott, Charles, I 503, 574, II 41, 57, 86, 94, 115
Scudder, Nathaniel, II 133
Sheldon, Elisha, I 291, II 223, 400, 516
Shippen, William, Jr., I 215, II 559
Shreve, Israel, I 490, II 541
Silliman, Gold Selleck, I 203
Skinner, Abraham, II 487, 497, 563, 569, 590, 594
Smallwood, William, I 201, 288, 432, 489, 490, II 14
Smith, Samuel, I 340, 342–43, 559
Smith, William, II 500
Smith, William Stephens, II 498
Spencer, Joseph, I 198, 287, II 133
Spencer, Oliver, II 11, 26, 27, 39
Stark, John, I 565, II 271
Steuben, Frederick William Augustus Henry Ferdinand, baron von, I 201, II 89, 196, 265, 305, 359, 487, 553, 571, 580
Stewart, Charles, II 67, 68
Stewart, Walter, II 573
Stokes, John, II 8
Sullivan, John, I 207, 258, 317, 344, 433, 533, 534, 535, 536, 541, 559, 567, 572, II 40, 56, 60, 62, 68, 72, 74, 77–78, 93, 118, 121, 123, 196, 229, 512–13, 541
Symmes, John Cleves, II 266
Symonds, Jonas, I 433, 434
Tallmadge, Benjamin, I 591, II 93
Temple, Benjamin, II 87
Ternant, Jean-Baptiste de, I 543
Ternay, Charles Henri d’Arsac, chevalier de, II 358, 374, 424
Thomson, Charles, I 257, 271
Thruston, Charles Mynn, I 566
Tilghman, Tench, II 256
Topham, Daniel, II 581
Trescott, Lemuel, II 320
Trumbull, Jonathan, Sr., I 273, 279, 285, 336, 523, 601, II 76, 94, 96, 101, 102, 256, 333–34, 336, 338, 341–42, 342, 346, 356–57, 538
Tryon, William, I 480
Van Kleeck, John, II 543
Van Schaick, Goose, I 559, 575, II 123, 384
Varick, Richard, II 485
Varnum, Joseph Mitchell, I 253, 338, 346
Vienne, Louis-Pierre, marquis de, I 556
Wadsworth, Jeremiah, II 40, 57, 68, 161, 334
Walton, George, I 231
Ward, Artemas, I 198
Ward, Bernard, II 581
Warren, James, I 257
Washington, William, II 87
Wayne, Anthony, I 557, II 89, 92, 93, 96, 99, 104, 175, 184, 188, 193, 194, 196, 197, 234, 375, 443, 505, 545, 547
Weare, Meshech, I 246, II 349–50, 352
Webb, Samuel Blachley, I 269, II 13
Wells, Levi, II 400
Wenderman, Matthias, II 581
Wharton, Thomas, Jr., I 458, 480, 487
White, Anthony Walton, II 7
Williams, Otho H., II 72, 73
Wood, James, II 228, 308
Woodford, William, I 198, II 62, 145, 228
Woodruff, Isaac, II 319
“An American Soldier”: pseudonym of John Skey Eustace, XXIII 20n
The [Philadelphia] American Star. L’Étoile Americaine, XVI 564
“Americanus”: alleged pseudonym of Hamilton, XII 558
“Americanus”: Hamilton’s pseudonym for “The Answer,” XX 421–34
“Americanus”: Hamilton’s pseudonym used in articles on American neutrality, No. I, XV 669–78, XVI 12n, No. II. XV 669n, XVI 12–19
“Americus”: Hamilton’s pseudonym for “The Warning,” XX 490–95, 509–12, 517–20, 524–27, 539–42, 551–56
Ames, Fisher, IV 294n, VI 193, 194n, 424, VIII 359, 525, 526, XI 546, XX 110, 112, 125, XXIII 100, 599n, XXV 69–70n, 79n; on attitude in Mass., XI 501–2; on Bank of the U.S., VIII 589–91; on “Camillus” essays, XVIII 478; comment on John Adams, XXV 5n, 196n; comment on Hamilton, XXIV 585; comments on Additional Army candidates (Mass.), XXII 114, 316, 331, XXIII 562; and Essex Junto, XXIV 575n, 577n, XXV 33n; and Hamilton’s Letter to John Adams, XXV 284; and Hamilton’s visit to Boston, XXIV 580; introduces Christopher Gore, IX 188; and Jay Treaty, XX 369; member, House of Representatives (Mass.), V 536, VI 192n, VII 442n, 452, 454n, XV 637n, XVI 308n, XVII 407n, pay, XIII 64, 66, 68, XV 507, XVII 506; and mission to France, XX 570; and origin of the Navy, XVI 308n; pay, XIII 64, 66, 68, XV 507, XVII 506; payment to, for bill of exchange, XIII 144, XV 532; and presidential election (1800), XXIV 447, XXV 34, 75, 86–88, 239, 247, 283–85, XXVI 12–13; and redemption of public debt, XVII 407n; on “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 47, 48, 50, 56; on sovereignty of states, XV 313; on state banks, IX 55–59, 187, XI 501; on Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, VIII 591; on James Sullivan’s Path to Riches, XI 501; on taxing Government stock, IX 188
Ames, Herman V.: State Documents on Federal Relations: The States and the United States, XVII 12n
Ames, Nathaniel (brother of Fisher Ames): and Hamilton’s trip to New England (1800), XXIV 585
Ames, Seth: ed., Works of Fisher Ames With a Selection From His Speeches and Correspondence, XVIII 47n 48n, 56n, 478n, XXIV 452n, 577n, XXV 33n, XXVI 12–13n
Amherst County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
“Amicus”: Hamilton’s pseudonym in answer to article defending Jefferson against Hamilton’s “An American” articles, XII 354–56
“Amicus Patria”: pseudonym of writer on N.Y. gubernatorial election (1789), V 321
Amiens, France, I 380
Amiens, Treaty of (1802): by Great Britain, France, the Netherlands, and Spain, XXV 333n, 432n, 599n, XXVI 3, 4n, 84n, 130n
Ammerman, Willemtie: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 92
Ammon, Harry: James Monroe: The Quest for National Identity, XXI 121–22n
Amorey, William: and Hamilton’s inheritance in St. Croix, III 669–70
Amory, James: debt to, of Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 307
Amphitrite: cannon by, in American Revolution, I 250n, 278, 286
Amphyctionic confederacies: discussed by Hamilton in Constitutional Convention, IV 189–90, 206, in “The Continentalist,” II 656, 661, in The Federalist, IV 182n, 380–83, in the N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 20–22, 32
Amphyctionic Council, see Amphyctionic confederacies
Amphyctions, see Amphyctionic confederacies
Amsterdam, II 192, III 601, 622, 714, IV 228n, VI 574, VII 116, 182n, 252, IX 64, XXI 398–99n; bankers of, and real estate speculation in U.S., XI 266n (see also Holland Land Company); bankers for U.S. at, see Hubbard, Nicholas, and Van Staphorst, Jacob, and Van Staphorst, Nicholaas, and Willink, Wilhem and Jan; bills of exchange on, IX 70, 506, XI 18, XVI 105–6, 148n, 160–61, 191, 211–18, XVII 325, 328–29; classes of, IV 30; French bankers at, see Hogguer and Company; French occupation of (1794), XVII 304n; and French Revolution, XVII 303–7; and influence of Dutch Reformed Church, IV 30; rate of exchange at, (1752) I 379, and customs regulations (1792), XI 485; sales of Government bills on, XIII 493–99; U.S. consul at, see Greenleaf, James: career of. See also Bank of Amsterdam and Loans to U.S. (foreign) and Netherlands and Short, William
Anaquaga (Oneoghquaga) (in present Broome County), N.Y.: Mohawk sanctuary, I 216n, II 149; expedition against, I 564, 565
Anchors: duty on, X 16–17n, proposed, XXVI 516; manufacture of, X 169, 283, in Providence, R.I., IX 440; manufacture and importation of, for naval armament (1794), XVI 525n, 529n, 565–66, XVII 429, 455, 476, 480, 578
Anderson, Adam: Origin of Commerce, VII 238, 253, 466
Anderson, Alexander: member, coroner’s jury, Hamilton’s death, XXVI 319, 320
Anderson, Archibald: Army (American Revolution), II 386, 387n, 531
Anderson, James: shipmaster, and British attack in Del. River, I 232
Anderson, John, see André, John
Anderson, Joseph: U.S. judge, Southwest Territory, pay, XIII 78, 140, 141, 143, 563, XV 514, XVII 513; U.S. Senator (Tenn.), XXI 369n, comments on Additional Army candidates (Tenn.), XXII 311, 312n
Anderson, Samuel: clerk in Treasury Department, VI 576
Anderson, Thomas: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 139
Anderson, William: comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 143
Anderson, William P.: Additional Army candidate (Tenn.), XXII 311
Anderson adsm Lowndes: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 62
Andover, Mass., XXIV 579n; in American Revolution, XXVI 372n
André, John, III 92; and Benedict Arnold’s treason, II 440, 441, 442, 445n, 448–49, 450n, 456, 462–70, 489n, XXVI 397, 398, XXVII 7; proposed exchange of, for Arnold, II 445–46, 448–49; and trial of Joshua Hett Smith, II 450–54
Andreani (Andriani), Paolo, count, XV 152, 154n; introduction of, VI 552
Andress, Jonathan: Army contract, XII 183n, XV 523
Andrews, Elezur: and manufacturing in Southington, Conn., IX 346, 348–49
Andriana: vessel proposed to take John Jay to England (1794), XVI 350–51
Andrus, Jabez: shipmaster, and customs violations, IX 425, 495, 528–29, X 353
Angelica, N.Y., XVIII 365, XXVI 94n
Angell, Israel: Army (American Revolution), I 338, 341, 342n, 348, 349n
Angell, James: publisher, The Maryland Journal and the Baltimore Advertiser, XII 511n, and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XIV 190, 191n, 342–46
Angerstein, John Julius: Aaron Burr’s debt to, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 311–12, XXIV 273, XXV 296, 498–99, XXVI 172n
Anglesey Copper Company: manufacturer of traders’ tokens, VII 472n
Animals, see Livestock
Ann and Susan: prize of privateers, XV 260–61
Annapolis, Md., VII 146n, 415, VIII 464n, 481, IX 260n, X 386, XXII 291n; and American Revolution, II 586, 676n, 677n; collector of customs at, see Davidson, John, and Randall, John; Continental Congress at, III 472, 473, 476n, 569; fortification of, XVII 397, 398n; inspector of the revenue for the port of, see Davidson, John, and Randall, John; and Jay Treaty, XX 121, 136n; and John F. Mercer, XIII 233n, 515n, 517; port of entry, customs accounts, XIII 37–38, 575, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 232
Annapolis Convention, III 32n, IV 101n, 108n, XI 366, XXVI 519n, 610n; address of, III 689–90; appointment of Hamilton and other N.Y. commissioners to, III 665–66, 671; George Clinton’s reaction to, V 288–89; delegates to, XXII 81n, 235–36n; Hamilton’s description of, V 287–89; Hamilton’s expenses for attending, III 14, IV 157; Hamilton’s trip to, III 671, 683, 684, 685
Anne (queen of England), I 411; and Duchess of Marlborough, IV 183–84n, 312n; and Province of N.J., XXVI 228; and treaties of alliance and commerce (1703), XIX 502n; and Treaty of Utrecht (1713), XIX 172n
Anne Arundel County, Md., IX 511n, XIV 361, XXII 291n; court of, XII 213n; excise survey, IX 428, XII 94; John F. Mercer’s address to citizens of, XIII 221n; and John F. Mercer’s election, XII 510
Annemours, Charles François Adrien le Paulnier, chevalier d’: and American Revolution, I 271; French consul for Md. and Va., XI 499n
Anniball, John: seaman on Alliance, prize money of, XVII 543
The Annual Register, XX 429n
Annuities: Hamilton on, in his proposals (1779–1781) for a national bank, II 249, 415, 625, 627–29, VI 62; Hamilton on, in “Report on Public Credit,” VI 85, 88, 90–96, 126, 127
“Another Jacobin”: pseudonym of writer accusing Hamilton of advocating monarchy, XV 312n
Anson County, N.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Anspach, Peter: deputy quartermaster general (American Revolution), V 527–28, accounts of, and Timothy Pickering, V 527–28, 558, VI 6–7, 38, 192, 478, 521, 577, and quartermaster’s dept., VII 174, 198–200, XXVI 612–13; clerk, auditor’s office, Treasury Department, VII 174, 198, 372; payment to, XV 527; petition of, VI 478n, 521n
Anstate (Anstat), Adam: Army supplies (American Revolution), XIII 568, XV 524
Anstey, John: British member, joint commission under Article 7 of Jay Treaty, XX 306n, 506n
Anstruthers, John: British Army (American Revolution), I 448
“The Answer”: Hamilton’s refutation of Pierre Auguste Adet’s letter to Timothy Pickering (1796), XX 421–34
Antelope (British packet), III 33, 34, VI 409
Anthon, George: Hamilton’s sale of New York City lot to, XXVI 479
Anthony, Daniel: shipmaster, and customs violations, XVI 302, 614, XVII 444
Anthony, Edward, see Sloane, Eric
Anthony, Joseph: Philadelphia merchant, XIII 562, 564, XVII 234, XVIII 370; comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 142; and Tench Coxe’s debt to John B. Church, XVIII 267–68, 290–92, 338, 346–47, XXVI 745, 746, 758n; and Jay Treaty, XX 122n; payment to, for bills of exchange, XVII 539; purchase of public debt, XVII 538
Anthony, Joseph, and Son: Philadelphia merchant firm, XIII 569, agent for Catharine Greene, XIV 462, XV 422, lighthouse contract, VIII 540, XI 331, 331–32, 336, XIV 242, XVII 534, payment to, for bills of exchange, XVII 538, 539, purchase of Government bills on Amsterdam, XIII 496, 497
Anthony, Michael: shipmaster, and customs violations, XV 28–29
Anthony Mangin (ship): embargo (1794), XVI 463
“Anti-Defamer”: Hamilton’s pseudonym in reply to “Russell” letter attacking Government fiscal policy, XII 259–60
Antifederalism: Ædanus Burke on, VI 336–37; James Tillary on, XI 110
Antifederalists: and Aaron Burr, XII 387, 480, XXV 296–97; control of Md. legislature (1789), V 471; Tench Coxe on, VI 12, 291; and Federal elections (1792), XII 369–70, 387, 480; and first Federal election and N.Y. elections (1788–1789), V 228, 235–36, 248–49, 251, 252, 274–75n, 285n, 296n, 317n, 334–35n, XXVI 811; Hamilton on, (1792) XII 258, (1800) XXV 205; in Mass. (1789), V 509; and N.Y. election of U.S. Senator (1789), V 361; in N.Y. politics, (1791), VII 443; opposition to assumption of state debts, VI 291; and Pa. constitution of 1790, VI 12, 13n; and ratification of Constitution, IV 237, 241, 242, 623n, 648n, 649n, V 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 12, 16n, 61, 63n, 80, 112n, 140–41, 148, 156n, 158n, 164n, 175, 178n, 187, 194n, 246n, 254n, VIII 135n, XXVI 481n, 831; relations with Tench Coxe, V 243; and R.I. ratification of Constitution, VI 264, 459; in Va. legislature (1789), V 517. See also Clinton, George, and Republican party
Anti-George (French privateer), XIV 541
Antigua, Leeward Islands, I 11n, X 367; and British seizure of American vessels, XVI 291n, 418n, XXI 457n
Anti-Jacobin Review, XXVI 31n
Antill (Antil), Edward: Army (American Revolution), IV 280; career, XXVI 808
Antill (Antil), Frances (daughter of Edward Antill): orphan raised by Hamilton, IV 279–80, XXVI 808
Antilles, II 170n
Antiochus III, III 488
Anti-Taurus Mountains, Turkey, I 374
Antonidas, Peter: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 94
Antwerp, I 379, VII 363; loans at, negotiations for loans at, and money market and transactions at, VII 352, VIII 535, 560–61, 573–74, 577–78, 581–82, IX 20, 22, 98–102, 228, 272, 313–14, 480, 498–99, 522–23, X 379–83, 403–4, 473–75, 478–79, 486–87, 566–69, XI 32, 107, 165, 178–80, 220, 349, 370, 398–99, 401–2, 594, 599, XII 103, 171–72, 176–80, 220–21, 432, 476–79, 534, 564n, XIII 12, 255n, 256, 332–33, 452, 455, 457, 532, XIV 20–22, 28, 151, 362, XV 363, 368–69, 379, 640, XVI 34, 36–37, XVII 72n, 421–22, 426, 545, 560–61, 562, 563, XVIII 21n, 22, 37n, 129, 137, 139, 140, 318, 320–21, 376, 379; U.S. banker at, see Wolfe, Charles John Michael de; and wars of the French Revolution, XIV 406, XVII 421, 426
Apalachicola River, Fla., III 296n, XXIII 419, 521
Apollo, Temple of, IV 182n, 380
Apothecary general, see American Revolution; Army
Apothetæ, I 400
Appellate jurisdiction, see Judiciary
An Appendix to the Impartial Statement of the Controversy Respecting the Decision of the Late Committee of Canvassers: and disputed N.Y. gubernatorial election (1792), XII 66n
Appleby and Matlock: account of, for apples, VI 535
Appleton, Nathaniel: commissioner of loans (Mass.), VII 57, 64, 377, VIII 203–4, 212, 237, 257, 290, 315,