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Jack, Patrick: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 380n
Jack, Stephenson: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 380n
Jackson, —— (Mr.): and counterfeiting in New York City, XXVI 677
Jackson, Abraham: comment on Additional Army candidate (Vt.), XXII 118
Jackson, Alexander: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 143
Jackson, Andrew: member House of Representatives (Tenn.), and vote on Washington’s eighth annual message to Congress, XX 44n; U.S. Senator (Tenn.), XXII 312n
Jackson, Charles: proposed as Hamilton’s law clerk, V 345
Jackson, Charles: Boston attorney and Federalist, and election of 1800, XXV 5n
Jackson, Daniel (Mass.): Army (Quasi-War), XXII 51n, 607, 610, XXIII 76, 119, 149–50, 167, 171, 198, 353, 355n, 397, 607, 618, 629, 630, 631, 632, 635, 636, 637, 642, 646, 648, 649, 654, 656, 657, 658, 662, 674, 676, 680, 682, 688, 691, XXIV 89, 92–93, 160n, 185, 190, 191, 192, 277–78n, 427, 463, 585, 606, 613, 618–19, 626, 630, 633, 635, 636, 638, 639, 640, 642, 643, 644, 645, 646, 648, 649, 650, 651, 654, 659, 663, 664, 665, 671, 672, 673, XXV 7; comments on Additional Army candidates (Mass.), XXII 323, 330
Jackson, Daniel (R.I.): Providence fire engine manufacturer, IX 446
Jackson, Elizabeth Willing (Mrs. William), XXI 183n, XXV 90n, XXVI 223n
George Jackson and other late partners &c and under the firm and Stile of the American Iron Company v Robert Morris, William Popham, and Peter Goelet Trustees &ca, XXV 483n
Jackson, Henry: Army (American Revolution), I 347, 350, 495, II 145, 320n, V 407, VI 371, XXII 98n, back pay, XIII 297; candidate for adjutant general (Quasi-War), XXII 151; comments on Additional Army candidates (Mass.), XXII 322, 327, 332, 333, 334, 335; and customs regulations, XVI 184; land speculation in Me., XXVI 664n; and memorial of Mass. line, XI 51–54, Hamilton’s response to, XI 575; naval agent (Boston), XVI 526, 583, XVII 340n, 375, 456, 473, and construction of U.S. frigate, XVII 92
Jackson, James: and American Revolution, V 316; commissioner of limits for Ga., XXIV 103n; governor of Ga., and U.S. relations with France, XXI 474; member, House of Representatives (Ga.), and Ædanus Burke, VI 353–54, introduction to Hamilton, V 316, pay, XIII 64, 65, 67, 69; U.S. Senator (Ga.), and Judicial Bill (1802), XXV 548n, and liquidation of public debt, XIX 72–73n, resignation, XX 145n
James Jackson ex dem. William Donaldson v Eugene Lucet: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 404n
James Jackson ex dem. William H. Ludlow and Mary, his wife v Nathan Guernsey: and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 217n
James Jackson ex dem. Gerrit T. Van Den Burgh v Frederick Breese, et al.: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 10n
Jackson, Jeremiah: Pa. land speculator, and John B. Church-Tench Coxe speculation, XVIII 265, 266, 272, 273, 281, 291–92
Jackson, John (London): and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 234
Jackson, John: New York City merchant, and N.Y. gubernatorial election (1789), V 315–16
Jackson, Jonathan: Army agent (Quasi-War), XXIII 10, 109, 141–42, 161, 166, 167–68n, 194n, 237, 250, 252, 254n, 342, 458, 531n, 551, 565, 618, 620, 634, 680, XXIV 409, 676; comments on Additional Army candidates (Mass.), XXII 326, 334; delegate, Continental Congress (Mass.), XXV 190n; and election of 1800, XXV 59n; and Essex Junto, XXIV 575n; inspector of the revenue, Survey No. 2 (Mass.), VIII 189, IX 427; nominated and declines position as comptroller of Treasury, XVIII 195n; part owner of Pilgrim, and suit against William Bingham, XIV 156n; supervisor of the revenue (Mass.), and Hamilton’s New England trip (1800), XXIV 580, XXVI 706; U.S. marshal, District of Mass., XII 317, 318n, XIV 477, pay and expenses, XIII 102, XV 500, 580
Jackson, Melvin H.: Privateers in Charleston, 1793–1796, XV 102–3n, XVII 192n
Jackson, Michael, V 345
Jackson, Richard, Jr.: Providence, R.I., shipowner, and customs regulations, XVI 238, 256
Jackson, Steedman, and Company: and Tench Coxe’s land speculation in Pa., XXVI 728
Jackson, William: agent for William Bingham, XIV 482; Assistant Secretary at War, XXVII 8, and mutiny of Pa. troops, III 397–98, 399–400; career, XXV 90n; and cargo for Alexander Gillon’s frigate South Carolina, XX 468n; and Angelica Church’s slave, III 585, 588; Const. Convention, nomination by Hamilton as secretary to, IV 158, 159n; and Hamilton’s abortive duel with James Monroe, XXI 181–83, 183–84, 184, 192, 200–1, 205–6, 206–7, 209; Hamilton writes to, concerning Hamilton’s birth, XXV 88–91; introduction to William Short by Hamilton, XIV 482; publisher, The [Philadelphia] Political and Commercial Register, XXVI 222–23; secretary general, Society of the Cincinnati, XXV 396n, 562; surveyor and inspector of revenue for port of Philadelphia, XXI 519; Washington’s secretary, VI 408, VIII 280, 311
Jackson and Smith: Philadelphia druggists, XVII 521
Jackson ex dem. Staats and others v Carey: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 383n
“A Jacobin”: pseudonym of author of articles attacking Washington’s policy toward Edmond Charles Genet, XV 145, 146n, 149n, 151, 184n, 203, 204n, 206, 207n, 224, 243
The Jacobin Club, VIII 175n
Jacobinism: and “The New England Palladium,” XXV 149–50
Jacobins (U.S.), see Antifederalists and Republican Party
Jacobs, Israel: member, House of Representatives (Pa.), pay, XV 508, XVII 507
Jacobs, Stephen: comments on Additional Army candidates (Vt.), XXII 116, 117; U.S. attorney for District of Vt., pay, XV 501
Jacoby, Leonard: purchase of Treasury bills on Amsterdam, XIII 496, 497
Jacquet, see Jaquett
Jähns, Max: Geschichte der Kriegswissenschaften vornehmlich in Deutschland, XXIII 54n, XXIV 218n, 261n, 341–42n
Jamaica, British West Indies, I 8n, 149, 383, XV 88n, XVI 291n, XXVI 304; and American Revolution, I 577, II, 382, III, 96; British garrison at, II 632; capture of U.S. vessels by British fleet at, XXIV 426–27n; and duties in British America on goods from, XIII 431, in U.S. on rum from, V 453; evacuation of British troops from, XXII 427n; lieutenant governor of, see Clarke, Alured
Jamaica, N.Y., III 41n, V 344; and American Revolution, II 390; and N.Y. gubernatorial election (1789), V 261
Jamaica Plain, Mass., II 92n, 109, 168
Jamate, Joseph, XVII 257
James I (king of England): and settlement of North America, I 108–9, 112, 113, 114, 115, 214, 411, III 705, 708, 710, 712
James II (king of England), XV 226; and money coined during reign of, I 411; troops of, IV 429
James, duke of York and Albany (later James II): and grant to N.J. proprietors, XXVI 227
James, —— (Mr.): bill of (American Revolution), XXVI 362
James, Abel: Philadelphia merchant and land speculator, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 433, XXVI 446, 449, 455
James, Henry: appointment as lighthouse keeper, Cape Henry, Va., XVII 482
James, James Alton: ed., George Rogers Clark Papers, 1781–1784, XIII 470–71n; The Life of George Rogers Clark, XXII 257n; Oliver Pollock: The Life and Times of an Unknown Patriot, XI 36–37n, XX 57n
James, John: and Ann Mitchell’s estate, XX 458, 459
James, William: clerk, register’s office, Treasury Department, pay, XI 389, XIII 466
James and Shoemaker: Philadelphia merchant firm, and payment for buoys for harbor of Charleston, S.C., XIII 146, XV 533; and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, XIII 17, 32
James City County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Jameson, —— (Mr.): English mechanic of cotton manufacturing machinery, XI 245
Jameson (Jamison), John (Ky.): Additional Army candidate (Ky.), XXII 285, 287; Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 205n
Jameson (Jameison), John (Va.): Army (American Revolution), I 339; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 35, 679
Jameson, Matthew: excise opposition (1792), XII 309n
James River, Va., II 643, VII 19, VIII 471, 525n, IX 277n, X 442; proposed arsenal on, III 391
James River Company: canal construction, XI 586n; George Washington’s shares in, and creation of a state seminary, XX 312–13n
Jamestown Island, R.I.: lighthouse on, XII 38, 414, superintendent of, see Ellery, William
Jamieson, Neil: and British occupation of New York City, III 45, 594; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 628
Jamieson, Neil, and Company: New York City dry goods firm, III 594n
Jane (British ship): armed in Philadelphia, XV 87, 88n, 139n, 182n
Jane of Dublin (British ship): captured by French privateer Citizen Genet, and U.S. efforts for restitution, XV 182, 183, 382, 473n, 652, XVI 511n, XIX 270n, 271
J’ans, see I’ans
Janse, Helmer: and Lindesay Patent, XXI 210n
Jansen, Court: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 91
January, Peter: shoes for Army (American Revolution), I 333
Japan, I 387, IV 685
Jaques, Richard: Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 123
Jaquett (Jacquet), Peter, Jr.: Additional Army candidate (Del.), XXII 283, 284, 429, 430; candidate for supervisor of the revenue (Del.), IX 211
Jarret, Abraham: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 302
Jarret, Elisha: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 292
Jarvis, Charles: clerk, comptroller’s office, Treasury Department, pay, XIII 464
Jarvis, Charles (Dr.): Boston Republican, and payment of interest on loan office certificate, XIII 100; proposed as Minister to France, XVI 423; and U.S.-French relations, XV 128–29; and vote in Mass. legislature on Va. resolves proposing amendments to Const., XX 53
Jarvis, Elijah B.: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 133
Jarvis, James: N.Y. and New Haven, Conn., speculator, III 661; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 41, 430, and copper contract (American Revolution), V 201n; on public credit, VI 253–61; seeks appointment as U.S. agent to Morocco, VIII 205
Jarvis, Leonard: inspector of the revenue, Survey No. 3 (Mass.), IX 427, pay, VIII 189
Jarvis, Samuel: Stamford, Conn., nail manufacturer, IX 341
Jarvis, Thomas William: Baltimore, Md., shipbuilder, XV 679, XVI 44
Jassy, Treaty of (1792): between Turkey and Russia, X 476n
Jaudenes, Josef de: Spanish commissioner to U.S., XI 69n, XIV 438n, XV 609, XVI 625; and “British faction,” XIX 432, 435n; and French privateers, XVII 256n, 267, XVIII 185–86; and invasions of Spanish territory, XI 23n, XV 288n, XVI 137n, 600; Jay Treaty and navigation of Miss. River, XVIII 395, XIX 224; passport for Spanish vessel, XVI 293, 295; request for protection, XVII 223, 223–24n; and Spanish loan to U.S., XV 537, payment, XI 36; suit against U.S. to recover gold on San José, XVI 103n; and U.S. relations with southern Indians, XIII 27–28, 29n, XIV 493, 509, XV 7, 89n
Jay, IX 43n
Jay —— (Mr.): and American Revolution, I 544
Jay, Anna (John Jay’s daughter), XXII 450n
Jay, Frederick (brother of John Jay): New York City auctioneer, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 15, 19, 23
Frederick Jay v Eliabim Ford: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 66
Jay, Sir James (brother of John Jay): invisible ink, II 308
Jay, John, I 227, 229, 260n, 267, II 308n, V 335n, VI 376, 377, 414, IX 196, 501, XI 68n, 607–8, XII 387, XIII 234, 329, XIV 300, XVI 605n, 612, XVII 240, XVIII 532, XIX 108n, 205, 357n, XX 120, 506, XXI 45, XXII 214, 216, XXIII 19, XXIV 228, 315, XXV 235, 237n, 282, 418, XXVI 448, 614; accounts of, III 48; as acting Secretary of State (1789–1790), V 494, 571n, VI 42, 205n, XXVI 483n, 530n, 816, and U.S. foreign debt, VI 10, 186–90, 227–28, 230; An Address to the People of the State of New-York, cited by Hamilton in The Federalist, IV 718n; in American Revolution, chief justice, N.Y. Supreme Court, III 140, Hamilton’s and Washington’s correspondence with on N.Y., Continental Congress, and war, I 176–78, 178–79, 181, 261–63, 285–86, 483, 605, II 4, 6, 10, 13, 14, 17–19, 21, 27, 31, 34, 41, 44, 45, 46, 47, 57, 65–66, 74, 79, 82–84, 85, 88, 107, 108, 110–11, 112, 114, 118, 131, 132, 136, 137, 146, 159, 169, 174, 182–83, 189–92, peace commissioner (Treaty of Paris [1783]), III 294–95, 296–97, 327n, 344, 416–17, 417n, 459–60, VIII 308, XIII 396, XXI 16–17, 453–54n, XXV 189n, XXVI 449n, instructions to (1781), XIX 375, 470n, XXV 72–73, 82–83, 91–92, 96, 103, president, second Continental Congress (December, 1778–September, 1779), I 605n, II 36n, 196n; attitude toward excise opposition (1792), XII 316–17, 334–35, 416; candidate, delegate to Constitutional Convention, IV 147–48n; Chief Justice of the U.S., XXVI 483, accounts of, IX 563, appointment, V 409n, and Circuit Court, XV 20, as commissioner of sinking fund, VI 567, 568n, 570–71, VII 376–77, IX 67, 68n, 93, 476–77, XI 159–60, 160–61n, 172–73, 174–75, 193, 214–16, 218–19, XII 287, 288n, XIII 102, 151–53, 220n, 222n, 320, XIV 135, XV 467–68, XXVI 662, critique of judicial system, XIII 338, on Hamilton’s fiscal policies (1790), VII 149–50, 166–67, illness (1792), XII 493, 497–98, and Nootka Sound crisis, V 488, 495, 573, pay and payments to, XIII 52, 566, (1792) XV 499, (1793) XVII 498, (1794) XV 556, and refusal of Supreme Court to answer questions on foreign policy, XV 111n, resignation as, XVIII 395, 510n; commissions portrait of Hamilton, X 482n; delegate, N.Y. Ratifying Convention, IV 651, V 138, 149, 156n, 167n, 180, 181n, 188, 195n, 196n; dispute with Brockholst Livingston, IV 155–56; Envoy Extraordinary to Great Britain (1794), candidacy, appointment, and departure of, XVI 261–65, 278–79, 282–83, 285–86, 312, 313–15, 350–51, 371, 374, 388, 395, 438, 491, 510n, 557n, XX 468, 470, 474, 524–25n, 572, completion of negotiations and treaty, XVII 390, 426, 427, XVIII 284n, 342, Hamilton on approach and accomplishments of in treaty negotiations, XVIII 386, XIX 85, 90–91, 93–96, 107, 108n, 113–14, 115, 119, 123, 124, 127, 134–36, 141–42n, 163–64, 165–66, 175, 188–89n, 208n, 209n, 213n, 214n, 221n, 239, 240, 241, 250, 276, 343n, 383, 386, 444, 445, 477–78, 479, 487, 489, 490, 495, XX 132, XXVII 16, Hamilton’s instructions to, XXV 230, Hamilton’s draft of official instructions to, XVI 319–23, 357–58, Edmund Randolph’s official instructions to, XVI 323–28n, 347, XVIII 349, 373–74, 530, XIX 149, 513, XX 83–84, XXV 73, 82–83, 91–92, 96, 103, additional instructions to, XVI 381–85, 456–57, 511, 514, 517, 542–43, 559, 560–61, 578, negotiations of with Great Britain, XVI 423n, 427, 428n, 437, 460, 556, 558, 573, 580, 586, 594, XVII 340, XVIII 466, XXI 60n, XXV 182–83, progress of negotiations, XVI 608–9, XVII 60n, 97–98, 130, 221–22, 241, 276, 277n, 312, 356–57, 376, 390, XVIII 374–75, 405n, 419, 432, 510–11n, XIX 113–14, 343, XXI 497n, and proposed commercial treaty with Great Britain, XVII 409–10, XVIII 349, XXV 230, and ratification of Jay Treaty, XIX 150–53, and return to U.S., XVIII 342, 350; and The Federalist, author, IV 287, 291, 292, 293n, 296, 297, 298, 577n, 628n, V 201, authorship of, V 201, XXV 552n; and Edmond Charles Genet, XV 233–42, 411–12, 412–13, 413–14, 416, 418–19, 427, on reception of and proposed neutrality proclamation, XIV 297–98, 299–300, 307–10; governor of N.Y. (1795–1801), XIX 278, XXI 28, XXII 45, 49, 187, 193, 253, 528, and candidates for office, XXI 321–22, 433, 434, 447, XXII 181–82, 372, XXIII 62, 409–10n, XXIV 283, 324, XXV 61n, 338, comments on Additional Army candidates, XXII 97, 98, 101, 102, 104, 105, 106, considers Hamilton a U.S. Senator, XXI 434, 447, and financial difficulties of Josiah Ogden Hoffman, XXI 310–11n, XXII 226–27, 233–34, 236, and fortification and defense of New York City, XXI 477, 492, XXII 79–80, 169, 176, 190–91, 200–1, 211–12, 217, 221, 225–26, 251–52, 265, 373n, 377–78, 438, 439–40, 476, 476–77, 499, XXIII 291–92, 302, 544, XXIV 215–16, 476, XXV 128, Hamilton on administration of, XXV 367–69, on negotiations with France (1800), XXV 120, and N.Y. gubernatorial campaign and election (1798), XXI 387–88, 469n, 553, presidential campaign and election (1800), XXIV 449, 452, 464–66, 580, XXV 197n, and Quasi-War, XXI 477, XXII 33–34, 149–50, 163–64, 169–70, 176–77, 190, 200–1, 211–12, 217, 221, 251–52, 265, 377–78, 438, 439–40, 476, 476–77, 499, XXIII 619, XXIV 215–16, 403, 476, relations of N.Y. State with Bank of N.Y., XXI 29n, residence of, XXV 83, retention of Hamilton as counsel, XX 58–59, 71; on Hamilton (1798), XXII 33–34, 149–50; and Hamilton’s duel with Aaron Burr, XXVI 257; Nathaniel Hazard on, IX 534, 536; William Heth on, XX 37n; and Jay Treaty, effect of on Jay’s popularity, XVIII 395, 482, 483, efforts for ratification of, XX 136, implementation of, XX 255n, 257, 260–61, 368, XXI 99; and Rufus King’s appointment as U.S. Minister to Great Britain (1796), XX 152, 158, 160–61; and Lafayette, XVIII 374–75, request for release of, XX 166; and monument by Giuseppe Ceracchi, XI 112n; nominated as Chief Justice of U.S. (1800), XXV 263; and N.Y. in American Revolution, I 308, 428, 437; N.Y. gubernatorial election (1792), candidate, XI 38, 110, 158, 197, 344, 378, XVIII 482n, XXVI 238, defeat in, XI 378n, 560n, dispute over outcome, XI 378–79n, 560n, XII 20–21, 31, 99–100, 125–26; N.Y. gubernatorial election (1795), candidate and election of, XVIII 19n, 20n, 307, 308n, 310, 342–43, 395n, 482n, 510n; N.Y. Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, president of, III 604n, XI 344n; and opposition of Congress to Hamilton’s program (1792), XIII 337–38, 384–85; and Panic of 1792, XI 159–60, 172–73, 174–75, 193, 214–16, 218–19; and possible commercial treaty with Great Britain (1783), III 344–45, XIII 396; and presidential campaign (1796), XX 438, 465; reforms needed in U.S. and in Articles of Confederation (1783), III 416–17, 759–60; Secretary for Foreign Affairs (1784–1789), IV 648–49, XIII 43, XXVI 483n, appointment, III 581, and Barbary pirates, XIII 531n, and boundary dispute with Mass., III 613, 702, Lafayette sends views to on French Revolution, IV 282, 653, and navigation of Miss. River, V 216–17, N.Y. Assembly and implementation of Treaty of Paris (1783), IV 21–22, 112, 118, payment to, V 404–5, and petition of Baron von Steuben, III 588–89, 590, IV 238, and U.S. accounts with France, V 494, and U.S. foreign loans, V 571, and U.S. relations with France, V 6, with Great Britain, V 485n, with Spain, V 205, 216–17; U.S. Minister to Spain, (September, 1779–1782), II 54n, 183n, 196n, IV 156–57, XXVI 448–49n, 475n, instructions to (1779), VII 18, and Spanish loans to U.S. arranged by, XIV 149–50, XVI 124, 621, 625; and U.S. relations with France (1799), XX 164, 246, 372–73, 399; and Washington, relations with (1796), XX 164, 166, 214, 239, 365, 372–73; Farewell Address, XX 170, 175; and Washington’s Seventh Annual Address to Congress, draft by, XIX 464n. See also Continental Congress (second) and Jay Treaty and Paris, Treaty of (1783)
Jay, Peter Augustus (John Jay’s son), XIX 459; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 121; and party at John B. Church’s house, XXIII 450n
Jay, Sarah Livingston (Mrs. John), I 227, 260n, III 417, IX 563, XVIII 342
Jay, William: Life of John Jay, III 417n
Jay Treaty, V 483, XVII 426, 427, XIX 515, XX 56, XXI 9, 113, XXII 379, XXIV 64n, XXV 35n; arrival in U.S., XVII 222n, 390, 391n, XVIII 284n, 342n, 389n; background to and negotiations for, see Hammond George, and Jay, John; continuation of, XXVI 11, 12n; defense of, by Rufus King, XVIII 476, XIX 279–81n, 357n, 428n, 441–49, 457n, 459n, 471n, 472n, 505n, 513n, 516n; expiration of, XXV 598, 599n; French reaction to, and effect on U.S.-French relations, XVIII 347–50, 373–75, 388–89, 394–95, 454, 457, 524–25, XIX 96–97, 359, 519–20, 520–28, XX 59–60, 163–64, 193–94, 222, 238, 240, 363–64, 367, 398–99, 399, 409, 411–14, 421–34, 535, 555, 556, 572, XXI 8–11, 33, 37–38, 49n, 52, 65, 74, 424, 426, XXV 107, 129–30n, 132–33, 135–36, 138, 161–65, 262, 270, 271–72, 291, 306, 325–26, 363–65; Hamilton on (1801), XXV 363–64; Hamilton’s defense of and his criticism of opponents of, XVIII 373–74, 403, 456, 460, 471n, 475–79, 485–88n, 526, XX 131–34, 193–94, 300, 327, 431, XXV 230–32, 590–91, 595 (see also “Address on the Jay Treaty” and “American Jacobins” and “The Answer” and “The Defence” and “Horatius No. II” and “Notes of Objections to the British Treaty” and “Philo Camillus” and “Remarks on the Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation lately made between the United States and Great Britain”); Hamilton’s letter to Washington on parts of needing revision, XIX 232–36; and House of Representatives, XIX 485, XX 223, 338n, support in for affirmative action on treaty, XX 44, 121, 123, 124, 126, 127–28, 130–31, 135, 136n, 137–38, 138–39, 140n, 369–70; implementation and application of through commissions, Article 2 (western posts), XVII 391n, XVIII 514n, XIX 165n, XX 147–48, 306, 306–7n, Article 3 (trade with Indians), XX 128–30, 147–48, Article 5 (boundaries), XX 64–68, 255–57, 260–61, 310, XXV 413n, Article 6 (compensation to British creditors), XVIII 377n, XIX 165n, 253n, 263n, XX 64–68, 80, 257, 311n, XXI 42, 98–99, XXII 65, 443, XXV 495, XXVI 88n, Article 7 (indemnification for spoliations), XIX 306n, 306–8, 314–18, XX 64–68, 80, 257, 305–6, 506–7, XXI 42, 58–59, 98–99, 330n, XXII 513n, XXIV 212n, XXV 180n, Article 8 (compensation to commissions), XX 64n, 80, Article 12 (West Indies), XX 194, Article 13 (trade with India), XXI 114, 115n, Article 17 (enemy goods in neutral vessels), XXI 9, 424, Article 18 (contraband), XXI 10n, 424, Article 21 (neutrality), XX 327, XXI 10n, Article 24 (arming of privateers), XX 240, 241n, 354–55, 361–62, 367–68, 375–76, 379–80, Article 25 (privateers and duties), XX 375–76, 379–80, role of House of Representatives in, XX 39, 64–68, 68–69, 69, 72–73, 76–77, 81–82, 82–83, 83–85, 85–103, 103–5, 106, 106–7, 108, 112–15, 121, 123, 124–25, 126, 131–34, 136, 137–38, 138–39, 147–50, 151–52, 153n, 158, 249n, 363–64, 370n, 440–41; and Lafayette, XVIII 374–75; and Miss. River and Spanish reaction to, XVIII 395n, 407–10, 462–510, XIX 360–61; and N.Y. gubernatorial election (1801), XXV 350n, 357; opposition to, in U.S., XVIII 394–95, 459n, 464–66, 475, 477, 481–82, 483–86, 484–88n, 493–94n, 509–11, 510–11n, 512, 524, 527, 531n, XIX 90–91, 108–9n, 135n, 145n, 148–49, 155n, 164–65n, 211n, 218n, 229n, 253n, 258n, 263n, 278, 294–95, 376, 450–51n, 484n, 485, 488n, 510n, 519–20, 527–28, XX 44, 131–34, 238, 327 (see also “Atticus” and “Belisarius” and “Cato” and “Cicero” and “Cinna” and “Decius” and “The Defence” and “Features of Jay’s Treaty” and “Hancock” and “Notes of Objections to the British Treaty” and “Valarius”); proposed additional article to (1797), XXI 308n; provisions of, see “Remarks on the Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation lately made between the United States and Great Britain”; publication of, XVIII 389–91n, 457, 459–60, 483–84n; ratification of, XIX 111–12, 148–49, 149n, 355–56, 359, 449, 450–51n, 462, 485, 496, XX 39n, 64, 233–34n, XXV 143–44, 231–32, by Great Britain, XIX 148–49, 149n, 496, by Washington, XVIII 463n, 475n, 512, 524–25, 529–31; John Rutledge on, XVIII 510–11; signing of, XVIII 284n, 342n, 389n; and slaves taken by British, XVIII 391n, 415–18, 422–24, 431, 514–21, XIX 82–84, 92–94, 98–105, 128–29, 131–32n, 152, 159–65, 236n, 247n, 277; and Treaty of Greenville, XX 129–30, 146–48; and Treaty of Paris (1783), XVIII 391n, 404, 406, 411, 414–28, 500, 510–11n, 514–15, 517–23, XIX 75–77, 77–85, 89–94, 104, 109, 115, 118–19, 125–33, 135–37, 141, 142, 153–62, 166, 169, 170–71, 181, 187n, 189n, 193, 207–10, 223, 225, 237, 240, 243, 245–49, 254–55, 370, 373, 375–77, XX 17, 29; U.S. Senate and consideration and approval of, XVIII 283–84, 342n, 350–51, 370–71, 372–73n, 374–75, 376, 382, 383, 389–92n, 393, 394, 398–400, 406–7, 428, 432, 454, 457, 461, 463, 463–64n, 466–67, 475n, 489, 512, 524–25, 528–32, XIX 74n, 111, 112–13n, 152, 205, 236, 355–56, 359, 442, 444, 449, 450–51n, 462, 527n; and Washington, XVIII 389n, 398–400, 404n, 461–63, 466–67, 524–25, 529–31, XIX 90–91, 112–13, 148–49, 150–52, 205, 232–36, 355–56, 359, 449, 450–51n 462, 527n, XX 39n, 64–68, 68–69, 76–77, 80, 81–82, 82–83, 83–85, 85–103, 103–5, 106–7, 112–15, 121, 123, 131–34, 136, 137–38, 148, 300, 364, 370n. See also British creditors and British-held posts and Debts and funds of foreigners
Jean Bart: French privateer, XXI 463n
Jeanneret, François: French banker, and proposals for purchase of U.S. debt to France, VII 355, VIII 11, 12, IX 22–23. See also Schweizer, Jeanneret, and Company
Jeans: manufacture of, X 93, 171, 219, 284, 330, in Conn., IX 321, in Providence, R.I., IX 441, 448, in Va., IX 301
Jefferson, George: Richmond, Va., merchant and Jefferson’s agent, XXVI 37n
Jefferson, Thomas
on authorship of The Federalist, IV 293–94n, 370; on desirability of revolution (1787), XXIV 413, 413n; Notes on the State of Virginia, XX 12–13n, XXV 491n, 492–93n, 496, 564–65; and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 127, 134, 134–35n, 136–37, 139–40, 242, 284, 285, 317, 320, 346n; Philip Schuyler’s charges against behavior of, during American Revolution, XV 15, XXIV 535–36; and society for “Promoting the Cultivation of the Vine,” XXVI 738; vice president, American Philosophical Society (1791), VIII 29; and “Walker affair,” XXI 134n, XXVI 141–42n
—— (governor of Va. [1779–1781]), II 225, 553, XII 178–84; and impressment of vessels in American Revolution, XII 610–11, 611
—— (under Articles of Confederation): and Bank of North America, VII 241; and establishment of a mint, III 569–70n; peace commissioner (Treaty of Paris, 1783), III 96, XXI 453–54n; on Shays’s Rebellion, XXIV 413n; U.S. Minister to France (1784-March 21, 1790), III 564n, V 430n, 457n, 573, VI 500, XII 371–72, XIX 280–81n, 290–91, 376, 470, accounts with Continental Congress, XIII 10, 527–28, 529–30, and Barbary pirates, XIII 10, 527–28, 529–30, 531n, XXVI 456n, end of mission and departure for U.S., XXVI 530n, and French commercial policy, XIII 403, 405, friendship with Marquis de Condorcet, XXV 501n, and “lost million,” XI 208–9, pay and payments to, VI 488–89, and William Short, VIII 12n, IX 1n, and U.S. foreign loans, VI 64, 185–90, 212–13; views on state debts (1784), VI 58
—— (Secretary of State [1789–1794]), VI 10, 11, 205n, 445, 552, VII 92–93, 130, VIII 11, 26, 233, 507, IX 484, 529n, 531, 532, 533, X 353, 374n, 563, 570, XI 46, 109, 396–97, 545, XII 212, 371, 605, XIII 151, 486–87n, XIV 240n, 242, 412, 439, XV 64, 252, 280, 343, 387, 607–8, XVIII 482, XXVI 552, 596, 673, 822, 837; Count Andriani on, XV 154n; appointment, V 409, 494n, 571n, XXVI 483; and appointment of Thomas Pinckney as U.S. Minister to Great Britain, XXV 202–3; arrival in U.S. and assumption of office, XXVI 527n, 528–29; and Barbary pirates, XV 457n, XVI 130n, 306–7n, 429n, 521n; on British commercial policy (1791–1792), X 350–51n, 402, 495–96, 496–97; and British impressment of U.S. seamen, XIX 517n; and British interference with U.S. commerce (1792), XII 45n; and British restrictions on U.S. commerce, XVI 132; on British violations of Treaty of Paris (1783), X 495–96n; bust of, by Ceracchi, XII 37n; and cabinet meetings during Washington’s absence, VIII 242–43, 258, 270; on George Clinton and N.Y. gubernatorial election (1792), XI 560n; and coinage and the mint, VI 371, 463, 465–66, VII 163–64, 389–90, 396, 451, 467–68, 470–71, 512, 568–69, 598n, 605, VIII 284–85, 450, 503–4, IX 101, 103n, 228, XI 435, XII 617, 618n, XIII 9n, 247–48n, 258n, XIV 514n, XXV 358n; on commercial regulations of France and Great Britain in relation to U.S. (1792), XIII 408–10n, 432–33, 436; as commissioner of sinking fund, VI 567, 568n, 570–71, VII 347, 374–75, 376–77, 439–40, IX 67–68, 93, 185, 476–77, XI 159, 160n, 193, 224, 272, XII 34, 602, 604–5, 645, XIII 102, 150, 151–53, 219n, 220n, 222n, 320, 324, 485, 488, 511–12, XIV 117, 135, 145, 240, 242–43, 276, 280, 287, 292–93, XV 232–33, 467–68, XXV 193; on comparison of French and British restrictions on commerce with U.S. (1791–1793), X 351n, 402, 496–97; complaint to Washington on Government policies (1792), XII 130n; on convening special session of Congress (1793), XV 175, 196n, 373–74n; conversation with Hamilton on nature of government in U.S. (1791), IX 33–34; correspondence on French commerce with U.S. (1791), VII 394–95n, 408, 423–24, 425–26; and Tench Coxe (1793), XIV 544; and Tench Coxe’s drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 55; defense of, by “Aristedes” (1792), XII 379–82n, 384n; and Alexander Donald, IX 99; engraved seals for Northwest Territory, XV 534; and Federal City, commissioner of, XI 50, support for, XXV 357–58; and fisheries, encouragement of, X 21, 58n, 351n, 390, 390n, XXVI 641; on French and British commercial regulations, XV 607–8, 646; on French commercial policy and relations with U.S. (1791–1792), X 350–51n, 402, 495–96, 496–97, 513, 515–16; and French commercial regulations (1791), VIII 61n, 159–60, 173–76n; and French detention of U.S. vessels (1790), VI 368; and French privateers, XVII 94; on French Revolution, XXVI 528–30; French violations of U.S. customs regulations (1792), XI 532, 557–58; and Edmond Charles Genet, XIV 367–96, 428n, 450n, 451, 451–54, 480–81, 508, 509n, 513, 514, 515n, 527–28n, XV 5, 17, 25n, 29–30, 116–17, 157, 161, 237–39, 240–41, 276, 304–5, 377, 383n, 407n, 412–13, 413–14, 418–19, 428n, 436–37, 438n, 445–46, 446n, 584, 588, 613–14, 625–26n, XIX 77n, 475, 524n, XXI 420–21n, XXV 593–94n (see also U.S. neutrality below); and William B. Giles, XIII 533, 539, 540; and Hamilton’s conversations with George Beckwith, VI 495–96n, 497–98, VII 114, IX 30; in Hamilton’s conversations with George Hammond (1792), X 493, 495–96; Hamilton’s criticisms of, XII 348–49, 544, 569 (see also “An American” and “Amicus” and “Catullus” and “Metellus”); Hamilton’s criticism of, as head of faction with James Madison opposed to Hamilton and his policies (1792), XI 429–45; and Hamilton’s plan for assumption of state debts, VI 487, 488; and Hamilton’s “Report on Manufactures,” X 4–5, 6n, 13, 40, 58n, receives draft from Hamilton of, IX 528; on Hamilton’s yellow fever, XV 325n, 332n, 344n; and George Hammond, XIV 452, XV 3–4n, 5n, 7, 9n, 24, 25n, 381, 383n, 473, 473–74n, XVI 23–24, 141–42, 242–43n, XIX 77–78, 104n, 270n, 271, 272, negotiations with (1792) on U.S. policies and on violations of Treaty of Paris (1783), XI 316–17, 408–9, 410–14, 454–55 (see also U.S. neutrality below); hostility to Hamilton, XV 325n, 412–13; and investigation of Treasury Department, XVI 251; Charles Jenkinson, Baron Hawkesbury on, XXVI 680; on Henry Knox’s report on U.S. relations with Indians, X 395, 563–64n; and “lost million,” XIV 530–32; on Gouverneur Morris, XV 667n; and Gouverneur Morris as U.S. envoy to France, XII 103–4, 104–5, 220, 425–26, 456, 617, 636–45; and navigation of Miss. River, XII 2–3n; and Nootka Sound controversy, VI 495–96n, 497–98, 573n; and Northwest posts, XV 5n; opinion on the constitutionality of an act to establish a bank, VIII 50, 64–65, 68–69, 70–72, 74, 76–77, 79, 82–83, 91, 97, 99, 101–2, 103, 103–4n, 107–8, 110–11, 113, 120, 126–29, 133; opposition to bill for apportionment for House of Representatives (1792), XI 227; opposition to Government policies (1792), XII 130, 130n, 398–401, 498–507, 613–17; opposition to Hamilton’s fiscal policies, XXV 462–63, 463n; on Thomas Paine, XII 348n, 502–4; pay and payments to, VI 399, 462, 466, 558, 558–59, 586–87, VIII 179–80, 204–5, 205–6, 234–35, 330, X 561, 564–65, 570–71, XI 13–14, 120–21, 258, 460, 609, XII 28, 33, 35, 287, 527, 611–12, XIII 25, 46, 74, 90, 122, 146, 147, 332, 459, 461–62, 552–53, 556, XIV 132–33, 210, 240, 241, 266, 335, 514n, XV 370–71, 390n, 512, 527, 579, 634, XVI 452, XVII 497, 511, 529, XXV 424–25, XXVI 605–6; and William Pearce, IX 86n, XI 506, XII 78n, XIV 189n; “Plan for Converting Salt Water into Fresh” (1791–1792), XI 574; and policy of Vt. toward British, X 499n, XVI 141–42; and possibility of branch of Bank of the U.S. in Va., XII 85n; and presidential election and campaign (1792), XII 387, 544, 569, XXVI 238; on presidential oath, XIV 169–70; and proclamation on opposition to excise (1792), XII 330–31n, 365–67, 390–91, 391–92, 411, 416, 492; proposed commercial treaty with France, XIII 408–10n, 411n; on Edmund Randolph, XIV 279n; relationship with Philip Freneau, XIV 201, Jonathan Dayton on, XII 275, Hamilton on, XI 430–31, 435–36, 438, XII 100, 188–93, 196, 210, 379–85, 393, 578–79, 583–84 (see also [Philadelphia] National Gazette); “Report of Instructions for the Commissioners to Spain” Hamilton on, XI 68–73; report on public lands, XVIII 65; report on “The Privileges and Restrictions on Commerce of the U.S. and the Restrictions imposed by European countries against U.S. commerce both in Europe and in the colonies,” XIII 399–400n, 406–7, 408, 410–11n; and reports from Gouverneur Morris, XII 3, 170n, 368n, 377; resignation of, XV 588, 604–5n, XXV 594, 594n; and Santo Domingo, aid to, XII 4–6n, 26n, 150n, 165, 177n, 324, 325–36n, 443–44n, 468, 479n, XIV 362–64, 409–10, XV 30n, 317, 445–46, payments to France for, XI 113, 316; and William Short, VII 6n, 7, 22–23, 164, 427, 456n, VIII 60, 159–60, 173, 268, 278–79, 281, 283n, 289–90, 417, 582, IX 62n, 99, 101, 228, X 383, 480, 489, 565, XI 178n, 318, 401, 456, 595, 606, XII 220, 287, 293, 425–26, 456, 461n, 552, XIII 9–10, 256, 331–32, 406n, 408n, 528, 529–30, XIV 300, 356, 437, 439, XV 81n, 129, 367, 370–71, XVI 34, 136; and Spain, U.S. accounts with, VI 450, U.S. policy toward, XII 2n, XIII 148, XIV 493–94, XV 7, 8–9n, XVI 137–38n; and John Cleves Symmes’s land purchase, VIII 562, IX 269; and Jean Baptiste de Ternant, XIII 165, 176, 444, 479n, XIV 16–17, 80, 141, 166, 182, 363–64, 409–10; and treaty with Morocco, XI 13–14; trip with James Madison through Northeast (1791), VIII 478–79, IX 534, XII 158n; and U.S. agreement with Bank of the U.S., XI 423n; and U.S. consular service, XIII 379; and U.S. customs regulations, XV 20, 144, 333, 423–34, 455, 473; and U.S. debt to France, V 573, 574n, XII 3, 19, 28, 229–31, 348–56, 441n, 443, XIV 16, 80, 141, 166, 182, 184, 363–64, 409–10, 514, 519–21n, 527–28n, 530–32, XV 5n, 30n, 116–17, 407n, 437–38, 445–46, 446n, 584, 613–14, XVI 126, 479n; and U.S. foreign commerce (1793), X 496n; and U.S. foreign debts, XI 401n, 595, 606–7; and U.S. foreign loans, VI 574, 586, VII 7, 22–23, 394–95n, VIII 2, 12, 268, 278–79, 281, 283n, 289–90, IX 62n, 99, 111–12, 129, XII 103–4, 105, 106, 220, 293, 371, 425–26, 428, 428–29n, 456, 461n, 514n, 547, 636–45, XIV 255–56, 522n, XV 10n; and U.S. neutrality, XV 25–26, 333, 381–82, XVIII 438–39, XX 191n, 421, XXI 423, XXV 230, XXVI 704–6n, 844, and arming foreign ships in U.S. ports, XV 70–71, 87, 110–16, 139–41, 144, 161n, 162–64, 168–69, 169–70, 180n, 473–74n, and customs regulations, XIV 412–14n, 423–24, 442–47, and French privateers, XIV 427, 436n, 454, 490n, 535n, 540n, 548–49, XV 2–3, 5, 24–25n, 70–71, 75–79, 81, 113n, 240–41, 261n, and French privateers armed in U.S. ports, XVI 23–24, 200–1n, 242–43n, 560–61, and French treaties of 1778, XIV 368n, 372n, 375n, 380–82n, 387–88n, 392–94n, 396n, and overall U.S. policy, XIV 326–27, 367–96, 439–40, policy on, XXV 592–94; and U.S. policy toward Indians, XIII 148n, 326–28n, XIV 142–43, 200, 493–94, 507, XV 7, 8–9n; opinion of (1792), XI 448n; on U.S. territorial waters, XV 282n, XVI 200–1n; views on U.S. Constitution, Hamilton on, XII 160, 191, 213, 380–81n, 394–98, 578–84, James McHenry on, XII 213, 511; “Vindication of Mr. Jefferson,” XII 510n, 579n, 614n, 633–34; Washington on differences between Jefferson and Hamilton XII 278n; and Washington’s annual messages to Congress, Third, IX 403, Fourth, XII 558–59n, 563n, 564–65n, Fifth, XV 425–28
—— (1795–1797), XIX 451n, XX 149, 176; candidate, special envoy to France, XVI 262, 422; on Federalists and Federalism, XXIV 582n; and forged letters concerning Hamilton, XX 118; Hamilton on, XIX 376, 397; Hamilton’s comments on, in discussion of Jay Treaty, XVIII 419, 420, 425n, 426, 438, 482–85, 514–15, 521–22 (see also “The Defence” and “Philo Camillus” and “Relations with France”); on Hamilton’s defense of Jay Treaty, XVIII 477–78; on Jay Treaty, XXV 136; letter to Philip Mazzei, XXIV 581–82n, XXV 290, 311; opposition to Hamilton as special envoy to G. B., XVI 264–65; presidential campaign and election (1796), XX 369, 371–72, 376–77, 397, 403–5, 418, 437–38, 445, 465–66, XXV 82, 170, 194–95, 197, 198n; as presidential candidate, XIX 376
—— (Vice President [1797–1801]), XXIV 487; John Adams on, XXIV 557; alleged plot with John Adams (1800), XXIV 483–86n, 573, XXV 28; author of Ky. resolutions, XXII 454n, XXIII 41n; election of, XX 466n, 515–16; on Federalists, XXIV 169–70n; on Hamilton as author of “Marcellus,” XXI 387n; opening speech to Senate, XXV 313n; presidential campaign and election (1800–1801), XXV 1–2, 28, 31–34, 36–37, 57–58, 63–64, 69–70, 74, 79, 82, 86–87, 94–95, 97, 98–99, 106, 110, 117n, 137, 144–45, 171, 173, 185, 186, 233, 239, 250n, 253, 254, 257, 258n, 259, 262, 263, 267–68, 268n, 269n, 269–70, 271, 272–73, 275, 275–77, 280–81, 286–88, 290–91, 292–93, 293–98, 299, 299–301, 302–3n, 303–4, 304–5, 308, 308–9, 310–13, 313–14, 319–24, 329–30, 331, 344–45, 608n, 609n, XXVI 239; presidential candidate (1800–1801), XXIV 412, 448–53, 464–66, 467, 475, 485, 490, 506, 550n, 575–76, 592, 596, 598n; proposed by Hamilton as member of mission to France (1797), XX 545, 569n, 574, 575, XXI 33, 71, 75, 81–82, XXV 144, 232; relationship with Federalists, XXI 302; and U.S. policy toward France, XXI 11–12, 33, 75, 81–82, 302–3n, 409, 409–10n, XXII 183–84
—— (President [first term, 1801–1805]), XXV 248, XXVI 32; on agriculture, XXV 448n, 590; appointments and removals from office, XXV 317, 418, 419n, 420n, 431n, 446–47n, 503–4, 590, 602n, XXVI 3–4n, 13n, 15n, 82n, 106n, 164–65n; and Army, XXV 446n, 447n, 590, XXVI 14–15, 84; and Barbary States, XXV 445n, 454–56, 470, 580n; Aaron Burr, break with, XXVI 13–14, 21–22n; cabinet of, V 343n, XXV 363, 431n, 494, 536; and James Thomson Callender, XXVI 36, 37n; on carrying trade, XXV 448n, 590–91; on enterprise of individual under U.S. Government, XXV 448n, 590; first inauguration and address, XXV 344–45, 365–66, 377, 465, 501, 591; Government expenditures, XXV 447n, 514; Hamilton on, XXV 365–66, 376–77, 564–66, 592–94, XXVI 14–15, 70–71, 71–72, 84–85, 114–15, 189, 191, 528–30; and Baron von Humboldt, XXVI 226n; on inspectors of the revenue, XXV 446, 504, 509–10; internal taxes under, XXVI 71, 112, 114, 116n, 134–35; William Jackson on, XXVI 223; on judiciary system, XXV 448n, 476–77, 504; and La., XXVI 71–72, 73n, 81n, 82n, 129; on manufactures, XXV 448n, 590; messages to Congress, First Annual, XXV 444–49n, 453, 453n, Hamilton’s criticism of First Annual, see “The Examination,” on naval and military establishment, XXVI 15n, Second Annual, XXVI 71–72, 134n, Third Annual, XXVI 161; on militia, XXV 447; on naturalization, XXV 448–49n, 491–93, 496, 501; on neutral rights, XXV 444–45n; John Nicholas on, XXVI 139–41; and Louis André Pichon, XXV 332n, 561n, 585n; Charles Cotesworth Pinckney on, XXVI 71–72, 92–93; policy on funding system, XXV 359n, 365; on possible impeachment of Justice Samuel Chase, XXVI 193n; and public debt and revenue, XXV 446n, 447n, 458, 460–65, 590, 594, XXVI 134; on public lands, XXV 447n; and ratification of Convention of 1800, XXV 261n; renomination of (1804), XXVI 193n; on role of states in U.S. Government, XXV 446n, 476–77, 502; Philip Schuyler on, XXVI 36, 112; Theodore Sedgwick on, XXVI 79; on taxes, XXV 446n; and Thomas Truxton, XXV 377–79; and U.S. commerce, XXVI 14–15; on U.S. diplomatic service, XXV 446n, 504–6, 506–7; on U.S. Navy, XXV 379, 446–48n, XXVI 14–15, 84; U.S. relations with France, XXVI 71–72; on U.S. relations with Indians, XXV 445n
“Jefferson & Callender”: newspaper articles attacking Jefferson, XXVI 37n
Jefferson County, N.Y.: land sale in, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 80n
“The Jeffersoniad”: title of attack on Jefferson by “Decius,” XXIV 576
Jeffrey (Jeffreys), Patrick (third husband of Mary Wilkes), III 568n, XXVI 805
Jeffrey (Jeffry, Jefferies), Peter: Boston merchant, and customs regulations, VI 190
Jeger, Hans: resident of St. Croix, I 28, 29n
Jellison, Richard M., see Greene, Jack P.
Jemappes, Belgium: and Napoleonic wars, XXI 405n
Jenkins, —— (Messrs.): debt to Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 302
Jenkins, Eli: excise opposition (1791), XVII 29n, 182
Jenkins, Elisha: comptroller of N.Y. State, XXVI 96; report on petition of, XV 665–66
Jenkins, Frederick: report on petition of, XV 665–66
Jenkins, George: clerk in office of commissioner of revenue, Treasury Department, seeks new job, XV 398
Jenkins, Gilbert: report on petition of, XV 665–66
Jenkins, Thomas: report on petition of, XV 665–66
Jenkinson, Charles, 1st earl of Liverpool and 1st baron Hawkesbury: and American Intercourse Bill, IV 403; Board of Trade, president of, IX 4, 289, XXVI 680, 681n; career, XXVI 531n; and George Hammond, X 374n; Privy Council for Trade and Plantations, president of, XXVI 530–31; and whale fisheries, X 391n
Jenkins’s Ear, War of, IV 315
Jennet (Juno) (schooner): and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 175n
Jennison, John F.: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 330
Jennison, William: Mass. merchant, XXII 330
Jenny, IX 43n
Jersey: import of, IX 301; manufacture of, X 93
Jersey City, N.J., II 128n, XI 247
Jersey Company, associates of: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 221, 222, and draft of act to incorporate, XXVI 234
Jerseyfield Patent: and Hamilton’s land in Nobleborough, N.Y., XXVI 98
Jerseys (Jersies), see New Jersey
Jervais, Charles: bill of exchange, XIII 143
Jervis, Sir John, earl of St. Vincent: British admiral, XXV 412; and seizure and condemnation of American ships at Martinique, XXI 497, 503; and Toulon fleet, XXI 488, 489n, 499, 500n; transfer of Rochambeau from Martinique to Newport, R.I., XVI 310, 311n, 364
Jessup, Joseph: affidavit of, XXIV 636
Jessup, William: shipmaster, and customs regulations, VI 458
Jetson, —— (Mr.): and American Revolution, I 489
Jewett, David: Capt., U.S.S. Trumbull, and capture of French schooner Peggy, XXV 430n
Jews: Hamilton’s comments on, XXVI 774
Joanna (sloop): and customs regulations, XVI 302, 614, XVII 444
Jocelin, Amaziah: recommended for job, V 493
John (king of England), IV 705
John IV (king of Portugal): and treaty with England (1672), XIX 502n
John (Harriet) (brig): and customs regulations, XXVI 175n
John (schooner): and customs regulations, VIII 25
John and Joseph (schooner): recaptured prize (American Revolution), XVI 85
John Buckeley (ship): brings news of Napoleonic wars, XIV 291
“John Bull,” XVII 99n
Johns, Kensey: comment on Additional Army candidate (Del.), XXII 283
Johnson, —— (Mr.): Hamilton’s account with Angelica Church, III 60
Johnson (Garner, Gardner), —— shipmaster, II 191–92
Johnson, Allen, and Dumas Malone: eds., Dictionary of American Biography, XXVI 762–63n
Johnson, Andrew: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 142, 144, 145; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 511–12n
Johnson, Barent: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 92
Johnson, Eleazer: petition of, XVIII 216n
Johnson, Elijah: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 286, 287; Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 205n
Johnson, Emory R., et al.: History of Domestic and Foreign Commerce of the United States, XXVI 15n
Johnson, Esther: report on petition of, XVI 99–100
Johnson, Ferdinand: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 93
Johnson, Francis, see Johnston, Francis
Johnson (Johnston), Heathcoat (Heathcote): Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 121, 130
Johnson, Hendrick: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 93
Johnson, Herbert Alan: The Law Merchant and Negotiable Instruments in Colonial New York: 1664–1730, XX 524n
Johnson, Horace: New York City merchant, XX 324n; and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 315–16, 328, 334
Johnson, Horace and Seth, and Company, XX 324; and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 315–16, 328, 334
Johnson, James (Conn.): and sale of land owned by John B. Church, XX 547, XXI 24, 85
Johnson, James (N.Y.): consignment of brandy, IX 206
Johnson, James (Pa.): Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 123
Johnson, Sir John (son of Sir William Johnson): and American Revolution, I 224, 225n; British Superintendent of Indian Affairs in North America, VII 612, IX 266n, XXII 573, and Quasi-War, XXIII 4
Johnson, John (N.Y.): pass for (American Revolution), II 358
Johnson, John W.: Additional Army candidate (Ky.), XXII 286
Johnson, Joshua: U.S. consul in London, XI 246, XV 549
Johnson (Johnston), Martin: American Revolution, Hamilton’s artillery co., I 182n, 187, 200, pilot, II 208
Johnson, Peter (natural son of Sir William Johnson): XVIII 336n
Johnson, Robert: collector of the revenue, Allegheny and Washington counties, Pa., and excise opposition (1791), XII 305, 306n, XVII 32–33n, 35, 39, 183, 374n, 379n; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 49n, 76, 77n
Johnson, Robert (Dr.): Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 136; comments on Additional Army candidates (Pa.), XXII 135, 137
Johnson, Robert C. (son of William Samuel Johnson): grand tour of Europe, XII 423n, 509; sale of lands in Tioga County, N.Y., XXIV 419, 420–21n, XXV 458n
Johnson, Samuel: A Dictionary of the English Language, I 70, 79n, 86n, 89n
Johnson, Samuel (Pa.): excise opposition (1792), XII 309n
Johnson, Samuel (Rev.): first president of King’s College, XXV 58n
Johnson (Johnston), Seth: New York City merchant and speculator, IX 56n, XX 324, XXVI 659n; agent for Andrew Craigie, and Robert Morris’s debt to Hamilton, XXI 304, 492; and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 315–16, 328, 334
Johnson, Thomas: associate justice of Supreme Court, pay, XIII 564, XV 499, XVII 499; career, XXII 296n; comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 296, 297; commissioner, Federal District, VIII 472n, XVI 586; N.Y.-Mass. land controversy, member of Federal court to settle, III 702; proposed as Minister to France, XVI 422; Secretary of State, offer and refusal as, XIX 356, 356–57n, 435–36
Johnson, Thomas, Jr.: Army supplies, payment for, XVII 524
Johnson, Sir William: superintendent of Indian affairs in colonial N.Y., I 225n, XXII 573n; lands of, and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 335–36n, XXIII 261n
Johnson, William: Sketches of the Life and Correspondence of Nathanael Greene, Major General of the Armies of the United States, in the War of the Revolution, X 422–23n, 453–54n
Johnson, William (N.Y.): pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 91
Johnson, William (Pa.): Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 373
Johnson, William Samuel: career, IX 367n; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 16; member, House of Representatives (Conn.), V 310, pay, XIII 59, 60, 61; and N.Y. Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, XXI 354; president, Columbia College, IX 365, 532, 534, XXI 53, XXIV 420n, resignation, XXV 56; requests letters of introduction for son, XII 509
Johnson and Ogden: New York City merchant firm, III 48, 49
Johnson County, N.C.: excise survey, IX 429
Johnston, see also Johnson
Johnston, Benjamin: and claim of Nathanael Greene, X 444, 445
Johnston, Charles M.: The Valley of the Six Nations: A Collection of Documents on the Indian Lands of the Grand River, XXII 573n
Johnston (Johnson), Francis (N.Y.): Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 587, XXIV 248, 357
Johnston, Francis (Pa.): Army (American Revolution), I 490; receiver general of Pa. land office, comments on Additional Army candidates (Pa.), XXII 132, 137, 144
Johnston, H. and J.: bills of exchange, XV 48
Johnston, Henry P.: ed., The Correspondence and Public Papers of John Jay, XIV 308–9n, XVI 609n
Johnston, Ichabod: petition of, XI 252n
Johnston, John: Additional Army candidate (Pa.): XXII 143
Johnston, John (N.Y.) (brother of Cornelia Johnston Verplanck Caines): and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 234
Johnston, John (Pa.): horses impressed (American Revolution), I 495–96n
Johnston, John (Pa.): excise opposition in Pa. (1791), XVII 33n
Johnston (Johnson), John Waller: recommendation of, VI 415, as lighthouse keeper, XI 550, XII 414
Johnston, Samuel: career, XXVI 540n, governor of N.C., VI 49, and state debt, V 461, XXVI 539, 549; presidential election (1796), electoral votes for, XX 437, XXV 197n; U.S. Senator (N.C.), X 556n, XII 318, 392, 424, XIII 319, and commissioners of pilotage, XIV 230, pay, XIII 59, 60, 61, 62, XV 505, XVII 504, and revision of judiciary system, XIII 338n
Johnston, William: and seal for N.C. court, XIII 102
Johnston, Zachariah: excise opposition in Va. (1792), XII 598n, XXVI 838
Johnston (Johnson) County, N.C.: excise survey, VIII 190
Johnstone, George: British peace commissioner (1778), I 568–69
Johnstone (Johnston), John: assistant to Charles Williamson in Genesee country, XXI 43
Joint-stock companies: Adam Smith on, VII 246
Jones, ——: shipmaster, and customs regulations, XXVI 624
Jones, —— (Mr.): debt to Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 303
Jones, A. E.: “Loyalists of New Jersey,” I 244n
Jones, Catharine: and fraudulent letters of administration, XI 359–60
Jones, C. W.: and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 191n
Jones, Daniel: soldier (Quasi-War), XXIV 210, 657
Jones, David, III 31n
Jones, David S.: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 104, 108, XXIII 613; and Philip Hamilton-Eacker duel, XXV 436n
Jones, Edward: attorney for Spanish commissioners to U.S., XVI 103n
Jones, Edward: Treasury Department clerk, XI 365, XV 663, XVI 529n, 563, XVII 76, XVIII 159n, 192n, 236n, 288, 294, pay, XIII 463, payments to, for expenses, XIII 107, 140, reports on Treasury Department business, XVIII 302–3, 306–8, requests certificate of service, XVIII 271–72, and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 188–92, 201, 207, 209, 213
Jones, Evan: U.S. consul at New Orleans, XXIII 147, XXIV 102, 235, 302, and description of cipher, XXVI 122–23n
Jones, Gabriel: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 587, XXIV 248, 357
Jones, Griffith: petition of, XI 287, report on, XIII 244–45
Jones, Isaac: and Tench Coxe’s land speculation, XXVI 716n
Jones, Israel: report on petition of, XIII 165n
Jones, John (Dr.): and Hamilton’s illness, I 369n
Jones, John (Pa.): petition of, XI 288, report on, XIII 195–96
Jones, John Coates: collector of customs, Cedar Point, Md., XII 7n, 290n, accounts, XIII 38–39, 575, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87; comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 305; inspector of the revenue for the port of Cedar Point, Md., XXII 305n
Jones, John Coffin: Boston merchant, comments on Additional Army candidates (Mass.), XXII 322, 332; and oil for lighthouses, VI 194, XIV 429n, XVI 582n
Jones, John Paul, XX 467n; and American Revolution, II 319, 326, 520, 521n; prizes captured by squadron under, XIII 103, 107–8, XV 539, XVII 543; request to Continental Congress to join French fleet, III 202–3
Jones, Joshua: New York City merchant, and Merchants’ Bank, XXVI 106
Jones, Margaret Livingston (Mrs. Thomas) (daughter of Philip Livingston), VIII 185–86n, XXVI 475n
Jones, Meriwether: publisher, [Richmond, Va.] Examiner, XXIII 495n, XXVI 142n
Jones, Nathan: War Department clerk, XXIII 102, XXIV 562; memorandum of, XXIV 673
Jones, Nicholas: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 22
Jones, Perez: and discharge of Army recruit (Quasi-War), XXIII 629
Jones, Pomroy: Annals and Recollections of Oneida County, XXVI 146n
Jones, Samuel: N.Y. attorney, IX 494, XXII 99n, XXVI 162n; career, XVIII 187n; codifies N.Y. laws, XXVI 105n, 804–5; comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXIII 650; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 37, 566–67, 568n, 592–93, XVIII 314, XX 135, XXI 126n, XXVI 233; Hamilton’s requests for opinions and replies, on “Coasting Act,” V 504–6, 521–22, VI 456, IX 16, 82, 107, 197, X 369–71, XII 69, 201, XXVI 484, 548n, on “Collection Law,” XXVI 480, 481n, 484–85; Hamilton sends views on N.Y. legislature choosing Federal Senators, V 244–46; member, N.Y. Assembly, IV 33n, 39n, 66, 70n, 103, 105–7, 109–10n, 111n, 153n, and George Clinton’s speech on special session, IV 4n, 5n, 6, 10n, 13n, 14, 15, 18n, and election law, IV 20–21n, 24n, 25n, 27n, 28, 32n, and impost, IV 80; member, N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 90n, 147n, 156n, 178, 181n, 184, 190, 191, 194n; member, N.Y. Senate, and alien landownership, XVI 369n, XX 47n; N.Y. election (1802), candidate in, XXV 611n; and N.Y.-Mass. land controversy, III 613, 614, 702, XXVI 806; N.Y. State comptroller, XXI 13, 29n, 294n, 366, and accounts of Military Committee to fortify New York City, XXIII 544, XXIV 215, and Josiah Ogden Hoffman, XXII 227, 234; and re-election of Rufus King to U.S. Senate, XVIII 186
Jones, Samuel, Jr.: comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 99; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXII 162
Jones, Thomas (Dr.): and Hamilton’s law practice, VIII 185, 210, XIX 349n, XXVI 474–76
Jones, Thomas (seaman): prize money, XIII 107
Jones, Thomas (soldier): refund from, XIII 301
Jones, Thomas: collector of customs and inspector of the revenue for the port, Hampton, Va., XVII 109n, and customs regulations, XVII 374; postmaster, Hampton, Va., XVI 354n
Jones, William: mill owner, Westmoreland County, Pa., XVII 347n
Jones, William (Mass.): Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 317, 324, 329, 335, 337; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 499n, XXIV 368
Jones, William (Md.): petition of, XI 300, report on, XI 308
Jones, William (Philadelphia): comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 138; member, House of Representatives (Pa.), XXV 470n
Jones County, N.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Jordan, —— (Mr.): and cotton cloth manufacturing, XVI 226
Jordan, John: congressional pension, V 385, VI 132, 541, IX 462, XIII 83, 124, 563, XV 516, 559, XVII 516
Jordan, Meletiah: collector of customs, Frenchman’s Bay, District of Me., V 558, VI 35, 310, 560, VIII 169, 209, XII 513, XVI 481, 515, XVIII 287; accounts, XIII 36–37, 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85, administration of office and enforcement of customs regulations, VI 302, 477, VII 408–9, IX 260–62, XII 151, XIII 238, 439, XVI 387, 550–51, XVII 257, 298, XVIII 193, foreign trade, report on, V 529, VI 33, 37, IX 261–62, pay, VII 408–9, VIII 521–22, IX 260–61, requests boat, V 529, VI 345–46, VII 408–9, VIII 521–22, XI 218, and smuggling, VIII 521–22, XVII 298
Meletiah Jordan v 11 Grindstones, XVII 298–99
Meletiah Jordan v Schooner Polly, XVII 298–99
Jordan, Samuel: Additional Army candidate (District of Me.), XXII 317, 327, 337
Joseph II (Holy Roman Emperor), XIV 400; and free navigation of the Scheldt, III 579–80n, IV 283n
Joubert, Barthélemy Catherine: head of French occupation forces at The Hague, XXIII 22n
Joubert, Philippe Laurent de, baron de Sommieres et de Montredom: and proposal to buy American debt to France, VII 361, 363
Jourdan, Jean Baptiste: French general, and defeat at Stockach, XXII 576, 577n; German campaign, failure of, XX 415; proclamation to Germans, XX 339, 340n; resignation from Army of the Rhine, XXI 291
Joy, —— (Mr.): imported whalebone, and customs regulations, XII 108
Joy, Benjamin: shipowner, and customs regulations, XIV 201
Joy, George: New York City merchant in London, VII 121; discusses public debt, IX 388–93, 393–400; payment for interest on loan office certificate, XIII 99; and suit against trustees of Daniel Parker and Company, XVI 595
Joy, Robert: and child labor in cotton manufacturing, XI 243n
“Juba”: pseudonym of writer supporting Edmond Charles Genet, XV 145
Judah, Benjamin: New York City merchant, and procurement of arms, XXII 175–76
Judd, Benjamin H.: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 280
Judd, William: report on memorial to Continental Congress, III 284
Judges, see Judiciary
Judicial system, see Judiciary
Judiciary: Admiralty courts, under Articles of Confederation, XXVI 443n, and jurisdiction of, Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 666, 670, 671, 691, 694–95, 696, Hamilton on at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 179, 180, 190, provision in Jay Treaty concerning those of U.S. and Great Britain, XVIII 444n; appellate jurisdiction, discussion of at N.Y. Ratifying Convention by Hamilton and others, IV 190, 191, Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 678, 680–83, 685–87, 701; Chancery courts, Hamilton on, in The Federalist, IV 694, 695, 698, at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 179; Circuit courts, XXVI 1n, 26n, 30n, 33n, 34–35n, 856, Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 678–79, James Iredell on, XI 46–48n, nature of work of, XI 46–48; and Constitution, eleventh amendment to, XVI 158n, Hamilton on, VI 436–37, in The Federalist, IV 361, 368, 369, 409, 473–74, 494–97, 497–502, 656–59, 663–66, 666–72, 673–83, 683–87, 687–702, 712, at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 28, 48, 109, 111–12, 151–52, 169, 179, 183, 190, 191, James Madison on at Va. Ratifying Convention, V 13–14, 61; discussion of at Constitutional Convention by Hamilton and others, IV 164n, 170–72, 177, 201, 208–9; District courts, and collection of customs, XXVI 491–93, 509–10, 649n, in Conn., VI 41, XXVI 1n, 30n, in Mass., VI 451, in N.C., VI 525, in N.Y., XXVI 175n, relationship to state courts, Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 677–79, in R.I., VI 525, in Va., XII 39; and enforcement of act on distilled spirits, VI 154–55, 161, 167–68; Federal court system, establishment of, V 486–87, 562, Hamilton on, (1801), XXV 476–80, (1802), XXV 484–89, 520–27, 528, 529–35, 539–44, 546–52, 556–58, 564–69, 569–76, and Jay Treaty, XX 15, Jefferson’s proposed changes in (1801), XXV 448, 476–77, Hamilton’s response to Jefferson’s proposals (1801), XXV 452, 476–80, 484–89, 501, 504, 529–35, 539–44, 546–52, 552–58, 564–69, 569–76, legislation, see Congress of the U.S., acts of, “An Act to Establish the Judicial Courts of the United States” (September 24, 1789) and “An Act to Regulate the Processes in the Courts of the United States” (September 29, 1789) and “An Act to provide for the more convenient organization of the Courts of the United States” (February 13, 1801) and “An Act for altering the times and places of holding certain Courts therein mentioned, and for other purposes” (March 3, 1801) and “An Act to repeal certain acts respecting the organization of the Courts of the United States; and for other purposes” (March 8, 1802) and “An Act to Amend the Judicial System of the United States” (April 29, 1802), and neutrality proclamation (1793), XV 37–38, proposed changes in (1792), XII 253, 562, XIII 278n, 321, 338, proposed expansion of (1799), Hamilton on, XXIII 601, and relationship to state courts, XII 253, XXVI 509–10, relationship to state courts and violations of revenue laws, XII 518–19n, 521–22, 530, XIII 278n, 321, repeal of Judiciary Act (1802), Hamilton on, XXV 520–27, 544, 545n, Gouverneur Morris on, XXV 527–29, and Treaty of Paris (1783), XXVI 533, and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 61–69, 186–87, XVIII 350, 351n; Hamilton in N.Y. Assembly on role of, IV 69–70; Hamilton on impeachment (1804), XXVI 191; Hamilton on relationship to legislature, (1777) I 255, (1791) VI 435; Hamilton on selection and responsibility of judges, in The Federalist, IV 635–72; and naturalization, XXIII 264n; pay and payments to, V 387–88, VI 129, 525, IX 458, 475, X 480–81, XI 13, XIII 52, XV 499–505, XVII 498–503, XXVI 611. See also New York State: courts, and Supreme Court and United States District judges
“Judiciary Act,” see Congress of the U.S., acts of: “An Act to establish the Judicial Courts of the United States” (September 24, 1789) and “An Act to provide for the more convenient organization of the Courts of the United States” (February 13, 1801)
Judson, David: comment on Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 275
Juhel, John: New York City merchant, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXII 533, 534n
Julian Alps, XX 416n
Julius II (pope), IV 314
Jumel Mansion, New York City, I 574n
June, Zebert: and American Revolution, I 70
Junius: Junius Stat Nominis Umbra, IV 526n, 605
Juno (schooner): and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 175n
Jupiter, I 392, 398
“Juricola”: pseudonym used by Tench Coxe in articles on Jay Treaty, XIX 97n
Jury, trial by: discussion of, at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 180n; Hamilton on, (1784) III 540, 544, 548, (1792) XI 79, 81, in The Federalist, IV 445, 571–74, 680–83, 687–702, 704, in “First Report on the Further Provision Necessary for Establishing Public Credit,” VII 217, 230, in N.Y. Assembly, IV 35, in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 152, 154, 178, 179; Jefferson on, XXV 448; in N.Y. State constitution, IV 37n, 70n; and proposed amendment to Constitution, XXV 434n
Justice: Hamilton on The Federalist, IV 361, 405, 414, 501–2, 539, 626, 668
Justinian I: and Corpus Iuris Civilis, XIX 332n; Institutes, XIX 286n, 331n
Juvenalis, Decimus Junius: The Satires of Juvenal …, XXV 21n