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Kady, Palmer, see Cady, Palmer
Kahmer, Reinhard: Hamilton’s account with, IX 421
Kakiat (Kakiate, Kakeate), N.Y.: in American Revolution, I 412, 475
Kalb, Johann (known as “Baron de Kalb”): Army (American Revolution), I 543, 549, 553, 555, 560, 585, 592, II 62, 65, 94, 254, XXV 440n
Kali: and manufacture of glass, X 105, 222, 333
Kaltieson, Michael: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 75, XXIV 214
Kanawha (Kenhawa) County, Va. (now W. Va.): excise survey, IX 428
Kanawha River, Va. (now W. Va.), VIII 230n, IX 277n
Kane, Alida Van Rensselaer (daughter of Elisha Kane): and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 225, 227
Kane, Elisha: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 225, 226–27
Kane, James: Albany merchant, and Hamilton’s letter on monarchy, XXVI 196, 199–200, 200–2, 202–3
Kane, John: New York City merchant, and Merchants’ Bank, XXVI 106
Kane, John Kintzing (son of Elisha Kane): and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 227n
Kane and Company: New York City merchant firm, XXVI 106n
Kapp, Friedrich: The Life of Frederick William von Steuben, XXI 494n
Kappler, J.C.: ed., Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties, XIX 14–15n
Karamanli, Yusuf, Bey of Tripoli, XXV 445
Karl, duke of Södermanland: Swedish regent, and relations with France, XX 493n
Karney, Gilbert: and Robert Morris’s land speculations, XX 454n
Kaskaskia, Northwest Territory, XI 24, 25n, XIII 471n, XVI 68n
Kaskaskia Indians, XXIII 440, 657
Kaumann, Joseph: German Army officer recommended to Hamilton, XXIV 217
Kaunitz, Wenzel Anton, prince von: Austrian chancellor, and wars of the French Revolution, XXI 392n
Kayaderosseres Patent: N.Y. boundary dispute, XV 12
Keais, Nathan: collector of customs, Washington, N.C., VIII 290, 317n, XI 218, XVI 46n, XVII 436, accounts, XIII 38–39, 573, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87, and lighthouse, payment for, XVII 534, and navigational aids, VIII 328–29, 483, 586–87, IX 121–22, XI 335, 449, XIII 442, 504, 505, and revenue cutter, VIII 328 (see also “Treasury Department circulars to the collectors of the customs”); inspector of the revenue for the port of Washington, N.C., appointment, XI 335
Kean, ——: shipmaster, passport issued to, XVI 346
Kean, Henry Lewis: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 133
Kean, John: S.C. merchant, XIII 563, 564, 565, 567; cashier of the Bank of the U.S., X 526, XI 198, 219, XII 266, 527, 546, XIV 265, 275, 430, XVI 106, 574n, XVII 322, 415, XIX 15, XXVI 650, 679, 696–97, 699, and agreement between Bank of the U.S. and U.S., XIV 501, and Hamilton’s report to Congress, XVI 147–48, Panic of 1792, XI 127, XXVI 665, payments by and to bank, XI 31, 112–13, 297–98, 298, XII 42, 106, XIII 388, 439–40, 459, 462, XIV 321, XV 33, 433, 497, 530–31, 537, XVI 121, 480, 573, XVII 153–54, 299, 532–33, 538, 539, payments to, XIII 568, 569, 570, XV 513, 580, request for aid to John Fenno, XV 418, and speculation in securities (1792), X 529–30; commissioner for settling U.S. accounts with states, IX 490, XII 147, XIX 38n, final report as, XV 252–53n, XVI 43n, pay, XV 513, payments to, XIII 137, 138, 143, XV 513, 580, XVII 511; death of, XXII 424–25n; on Indian relations, V 456; and Peter Lavien (Hamilton’s half-brother), executor of estate of, III 184, partner of, XXV 90
Kean, Peter Philip James (son of John and Susan Kean), XXII 435
Kean, Susan Livingston (Mrs. John) (daughter of Peter Van Brugh Livingston), XXV 91n; aid to French refugees, XV 601; asks and receives Hamilton’s advice on investments, XXII 424, 434–35
Kearney (Carney), Stephen: and Hamilton’s account with John B. Church, XXI 111n
Stephen Kearney adsm John B. Church: and Hamilton’s law practice, VI 184
Kearse, see Keese
Kearsley (Kearsly), G.: Kearsley’s Tax Tables & Stamp Duties, VII 81, VIII 17
Kearsley, Samuel: Army (American Revolution), II 96
Keating, John, Jr.: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 48, 105, 107; comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 101
Keen, Reynold: Philadelphia alderman, XVII 6
Keen, William: recommended to Hamilton, XXV 511
Keene, Charles: British chargé d’affaires in Sweden, XIX 504n
Keese (Kearse), John: N.Y. lawyer, candidate for examiner in Chancery, XXI 321; N.Y. notary, XXIII 62, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 234, 235; quartermaster’s dept. (American Revolution), II 684, III 68, XIII 207
Keith, Alexander, and Company: payment for interest on loan office certificates, XIII 100, 141
Keith, Ambrose: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 326
Keller, William, Jr.: Additional Army candidate (Del), XXII 284
Kellock, William: merchant, Cork, Ireland, applies for job as U.S. consul at Cork, XXII 383n
Kellog, Louise: ed., Publications of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin …, XXVI 451n
Kellogg, Joseph: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 104, 108
Kelly, —— (Mr.): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 27
Kelly, Johanna (Mrs. Samuel): and land for the Grange, XXV 397
Kelly, John: N.Y. land speculator and Vt. lands, V 162, 163n, 212
Kelly, Lot, and Company: New York City merchant firm, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 7, 678n
Kelly, Samuel: and land for the Grange, XXV 397
Kelly, Thomas (N.C.): Newbern, N.C. revenue cutter, candidate as capt., VII 143–44
Kelly, Thomas (N.Y.): Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 94
Kelp: and manufacture of glass, X 105, 222, 333
Kelty, see Kilty
Kemble, Peter: New York City merchant, VII 414, VIII 236, 238, 316, XXVI 89, 462n; comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 100; and Hamilton’s law practice, XIX 318n, XX 466, XXI 50n, 56n, 334n, XXII 400, XXIII 9n, 264n, 265n, XXIV 196n, 216n, 253n, 439n, XXV 241n, 278n, 289n; subscribes to stock of Bank of N.Y., VIII 551
Kemmena, Englebert: petition of, XVI 100
Kemp, John: professor, Columbia College, XXV 58n
Kendall, John: petition of, to Va. Assembly, XIII 179n
Kenhawa County, see Kanawha County
Kennebec Purchase, District of Me., XXII 323n
Kennebec River, District of Me.: and exploration and settlement of North America, III 705, 706, 708, 709, 712; in Quasi-War, XXIII 110n
Kennebunk, District of Me.: collector of customs at, XXII 324n
Kennedy, —— (Capt.): commander of Continental ship in N.Y. Harbor, I 185n
Kennedy, ——: shipmaster, XVIII 342n
Kennedy, Andrew: warrant to, XV 581
Kennedy, (Arthur?): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 20, 58
Kennedy, Dennis: house of (American Revolution), I 363, lodging for Hamilton, I 412
Kennedy, Michael: clerk, register’s office, Treasury Department, pay, XI 390, XIII 466, duties, XI 390
Kenney (Kenny), Abraham: Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 125, 129, 130
Kent, Ebenezer: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 317, 327
Kent, Edward Augustus, duke of: possible visit to Fort Niagara, XXIV 492n, 546
Kent, Elizabeth (Mrs. James), XXV 40n
Kent, James, XIX 374n, XX 11n, 235; on Tench Coxe, X 11n; description of Hamilton and the Grange, XXV 40–41n; judge, N.Y. Supreme Court, on authorship of The Federalist, IV 295, 297, 298, 299, 508, and election of 1804, XXVI 243–44, 247–48
Kent, William: ed., Memoirs and Letters of James Kent, L.L.D., XXV 41n
Kent County, Del., IX 211
Kent County, Md.: excise survey, IX 428, XII 94
Kentucky, District of, IV 448, VI 551, IX 466; attitude of inhabitants toward Va., VIII 532; effect on Va. ratification of Constitution, V 9; excise, enforcement of (1792), XI 31, 100, 407, inspector of the revenue for survey of, see Marshall, Thomas, organization under, IX 428; and failure to admit to Union under Articles of Confederation, V 1, 9n, 186; Hamilton on at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 25, 33; settlement of in 1780’s, V 217n; U.S. judge for, pay, V 388, VI 129, IX 458; U.S. marshal for, pay, VI 528; and U.S. relations with Indians, VI 486, VII 608–9n, VIII 213n, 532, 546n, X 209–10, XXVI 572n; U.S. Representative from, see Brown, John
Kentucky (state), XII 301, XV 575, XVIII 180, XXIII 41; accounts with U.S., settlement of, XVI 244–45; admission as state, XII 564n, XIII 305, XVI 245n (see also Congress of U.S., acts of: “An Act declaring the consent of Congress, that a new State be formed within the jurisdiction of the Commonwealth of Virginia, and admitted into this Union, by the name of the State of Kentucky” [February 4, 1791]); and Army (Quasi-War), XXII 67, 240–41, 247, 249n, 285–87, 385, 433n, 459, 478, 482, 506, 549, 582, XXIII 49, 405–6, 418, 522, 592, 651, 689, XXIV 205, 356, 358, 535, contractors in, XXIII 10, 116n, XXIV 14–15, 110n; as base for expedition against Spanish possessions, XVI 136–37, 162–63; and carriage tax, XVIII 153–54, 193; and Zachariah Cox, XXII 578–79n; excise, enforcement of, XII 237, 598, XVIII 196, opposition to (1794), XVII 38n, 78, organization under, XIII 306, XIV 81, XV 651n, XVI 102, 603, XVII 450, supervisor of the revenue, see Marshall, Thomas; Edmond Charles Genet’s intrigues in, XV 625n; and Hamilton’s proposals for reorganizing U.S. Army (1794), XVII 583–84; and Jay Treaty, implementation of in House of Representatives, XX 151n; Ky. Resolutions, see Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions; and navigation of Miss. River, XVI 588, 589n, 591–92, 600, XVII 12–13n, 79, 283–84n; and North American Land Company, XVIII 361; opposition to Government in Quasi-War, XXII 578; pay and payments to U.S. officials in, XVII 540, 541, 542; and presidential campaign and election (1800–1801), XXIV 445, 446, 448, 452, XXV 70, 258n, 259, 262, 300, 309; proposal to abolish district court of (1801–1802), XXV 567; purchase in, of whiskey for Army (1793), XV 472; state constitution of, XII 564; U.S. attorney for the District of, see Daveiss, Joseph H., and Nicholas, George; U.S. judge for the District of, pay, XIII 120 (see also Innes, Harry); U.S. marshal for the District of, pay, XI 528 (see also McDowell, Samuel, Jr.); and U.S. relations with Great Britain, XV 625n, XVI 589n; and U.S. relations with Indians, XV 296, XVI 245n, 407, XVII 114, 124n; and U.S. relations with Spain, XIV 441n, XV 625n, XVI 136–37, 162–63, 588, 589n, 591–92, 600, XVII 12–13n, 79, 283–84n; U.S. Representatives from, see Davis, Thomas, and Greenup, Christopher, and Harper, Robert Goodloe, and Orr, Alexander D.; U.S. Senators from, see Breckenridge, John, and Brown, John, and Edwards, John, and Marshall, Humphrey; and James Wilkinson (1780’s), XIV 441n
Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions, XXII 452, 454n, 465, 469–70, XXIII 600
Kentucky Democratic Society, XXII 286n
Kentucky River: and Indian boundary line, XXIII 233n
Keppele, Catherine: objects to policy on loan office certificates, VIII 193–97
Kerblay, Joseph-Marie Lequinio de: member, French National Convention, XXVI 741n
Kercado, Lawrence: requests safe passage to Santo Domingo, XX 216–17
Kerns, John: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 304
Kerr, David: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 302
Kerr, George: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 143
Kerr, James: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 373
Kerr, Joseph: Regular Army (1793), stationed in Southwest Territory, XV 287
Kerr, William: excise opposition (1791–1792), XII 520n, XIII 241n, XVII 42n
Kersey, William: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 584, XXIV 246, 360, 362
Kershaw County, S.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Kersseboom, Willem: on English population growth, I 388
Kesas (Indian chief): speech of, at Detroit, XXIII 120
Keteltas, Peter: N.Y. merchant, IV 590, XXVI 810
Keteltas (Kettelas), William: New York City lawyer, criticism of Hamilton, XXI 468; criticism of Robert Lenox, and N.Y. politics, XX 35–36n; New York City notary, XXIII 63n
Ketland, Thomas, Jr.: holder of Treasury bills, XIII 496
Key, Philip: comments on Additional Army candidates (Md. and Pa.), XXII 137, 301; member, House of Representatives (Md.), pay, XV 508, XVII 507
Key, Philip Barton: comments on Additional Army candidates (Md. and Pa.), XXII 137, 301; and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XIII 219n, 514–16, XIV 178
Keyes, Stephen: collector of customs, Alburg, and South Hero, Vt., accounts XIII 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85, administration of office, enforcement of customs regulations, and instructions to, IX 91, XIV 534n (see also “Treasury Department circulars to the collectors of the customs”), Anglo-American relations, VIII 476, appointment, VIII 166, payment for survey, XIII 145, XVII 540
Kibbee (Kibby), Isaac: New York City merchant, debt to Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 303; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 55–56n
Kickapoo Indians: destruction of village of, by James Wilkinson, IX 210
Kidd, Peter: excise opposition (1791), XVII 28, 28–29n, 182
Kidder, Nathaniel: Additional Army candidate (District of Me.), XXII 319, 326, 338
Kiddoe (Kildoe), James: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 49–50
Kilgore (Kilgoar), Charles: Additional Army candidate (Ky.), XXII 286, 287
Killingly (Killingsly), Conn.: manufacturing at, IX 320, 321, 322, 354
Killingworth, Conn.: manufacturing at, IX 349, 351, 352
Kilty (Kelty), John: Army (American Revolution), pay, XII 262, 289–90, XVII 529
Kilty, William (son of John Kilty): and attitude toward Edmond Charles Genet in Baltimore, XV 255; comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 297; compiler of statutes of Md., XII 262n
Kinderhook, N.Y., I 412, XIII 247n, XIX 178n
King, Alexander: on manufacturing in Suffield, Conn., IX 342–46
King, Charles R.: The Life and Correspondence of Rufus King, IV 158–59n, 161n, 214n, 221–23n, IX 55n, XIV 337n, XV 128n, XVIII 51n, 389–91n, 478n, XIX 527n, XX 53n, 153n, 172n, 322n, 472–73n, 506n, XXI 59–60n, 133n, 379n, 400n, 466n, 490n, 491n, XXII 66n, 208n, 577n, XXIII 20–23n, 600n, XXIV 446–47n, 451n, 483–86n, 577n, 582n, 585n, XXV 5n, 59n, 125n, 170n, 173n, 176n, 178n, 179n, 182n, 185n, 196n, 198n, 218n, 268–69n, 307n, 315n, 341n, 376n, 388–89n, 437–38n, 485n, 559–60n, 589n, 599n, XXVI 3–4n, 12n, 12–13n, 21–22n, 27n, 53n, 58n, 72n, 80–81n, 81n, 138n, 160n, 310n
King, James: Army contractor for Southwest Territory, XV 287, payment to, XVII 525
King, James: master of schooner Nancy captured by British privateer, XV 445
King, James: recommended as supervisor of the revenue for Tenn., XVIII 235n
King, John (N.J.): Army contractor (Quasi-War), XXIII 226
King, John (Va.): cloth manufacturing in Va., IX 282
King, Joseph: Army paymaster (American Revolution), payment to, XIII 47
King, Joseph: Liverpool merchant and agent for Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, XI 259, XII 30, 81, XXVI 684
King, Mary Alsop (Mrs. Rufus), XX 236, 471
Peter and Elizabeth King v John Thomas: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 453n
King, Richard: capt., H.M.S. Sirius, XXII 231n
King, Robert: pay for carrying messages to Cherokees, XIII 144, 562, XV 537
King, Rufus: and authorship of The Federalist, IV 295, 296; and congressional campaign and election (1788–1789), V 237; delegate, Constitutional Convention (Mass.), IV 235, 238, VIII 112n, notes on proceedings of Convention, IV 159n, 161n, 205–7, 214n, 223; delegate, Mass. Ratifying Convention, and ratification of Constitution, V 5, 34; director, Bank of the U.S., and loan from bank to U.S., XIV 274–76, 397, XV 43; on Hamilton as lawyer and politician (1803), XXVI 160n; and Hamilton’s contribution to Washington’s Farewell Address, XX 172, 214; move from Mass. to N.Y. (1789), V 345n; N.Y. gubernatorial election (1804), possible candidate in, XXVI 193–94, 194–96, 208; and N.Y.-Mass. land controversy (1785), III 702; opposition to H-Burr duel, XXVI 310, 310n; and presidential campaign and election, (1788–1789) V 231, (1804) XXVI 79–80, 80–81n, 194; U.S. Minister Plenipotentiary to Great Britain (1796–1803), XX 234n, 291, 366, 504, XXI 311, 470, 500, 503, 520, XXII 27, 47, 81, 180, 190, 201, 222, 226, 319, 425, XXIII 55, 86, 206, 540, XXIV 107, 265, XXV 403, XXVI 24, appointment, XX 194–95, candidate, XX 152, 160–61, 168, 174, 178, and cipher, failure to develop fully, XXIV 167–68, requested by from Hamilton, XXII 207–8, supplied by Philip Schuyler, XXIII 173, 180–81, condolence on death of Philip Hamilton, XXV 498, correspondence with Lord Hawkesbury, XXVI 5–6, 7, departs for London, XX 236, and effect of U.S. war with France on U.S. relations with Great Britain (1797–1798), XXI 33, 82, 340, 345, 378, and John Skey Eustace, XXIII 19–20, 20–21n, Hamilton’s letters to on developments in U.S. and abroad, XX 444–46, 515–16, XXI 26–27, 102–3, 389–90, 454–55, 490–91, XXII 154–55, 192–93, 465–66, XXIV 167–69, XXVI 11–16, and implementation of Jay Treaty, XX 305–6, XXI 42, 58–59, initial instructions to, XX 223, Jefferson on, XXI 409, Nicholas Low as agent in U.S. for, XXII 78, and Francisco de Miranda’s plans, XXI 349–50n, 399–400n, 402, XXII 79, 154, 207, 208n, 426, 427n, 518, 525, XXIII 497, XXIV 10, and mission of Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours to U.S., XXIV 229n, nomination of, to negotiate treaty with Russia (1799), XXII 500, and Nicholas Olive, XXV 412, and possibility of treaty with Ottoman Empire, XXII 501–2n, proposed member of special mission to France (1797), XXI 33, 82, and purchase of U.S. military supplies in Great Britain (1798), XXII 243n, on rebel leaders in Ireland (1798), XXII 231–32n, reports of, on developments in Great Britain, West Indies, and on Continent, XX 321–22, 323, 415–16, 505–8, 533–36, XXI 8–12, 58–59, 115–16, 202–4, 290–92, 349–50n, 379n, 399n, 456n, 456–57n, 458–59, 488–89, 497–500, 502, 524–25, 532–33, XXII 1–4, 44–46, 46n, 183–84, 187–88, 188–89n, 207–8, 208n, 229–30, 230–31n, 375–76, 425–26, 426–27n, 501n, 502n, 518, 525, 576, XXIII 177–78, 203, 265–66, 267n, XXV 598, 599n, XXVI 3–7, 26–27, 28–29, resignation of, XXV 598, XXVI 25, 26–27, 124, Hamilton’s advice on, XXVI 11–12, and Prince Barthélemy Ruspoli, XXV 432, on U.S. military preparations against France, XXII 182–83; U.S. Senator (N.Y.) (1789–1796), VI 354n, VIII 478, 531–32, XIV 546, XV 11, 223, 662, XVI 204, XVIII 370, 428n, 532, XIX 153, XX 42n, 105, 183, and Bank of N.Y., VIII 212–13, candidate (1789), V 360, 362, candidate, Secretary of State (1795), XIX 356–57, 395, 435–36, as co-author of “The Defence” by “Camillus,” XVIII 476, XIX 279–81n, 287n, 291n, 298n, 428n, 441n, 457n, 459n, 471–72n, 505n, 513n, 516n, and congressional implementation of Hamilton’s 1795 “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 51n, 278–79, 284–85, and contested N.Y. gubernatorial election (1792), XI 588–89, XII 20–21, 66n, 99–100, 119, 125–26, XXVI 238, contribution to “French Distressed Persons” (1793), XV 601, conversation with George Hammond, XVI 282–83n, on developments in Congress (1795), XIX 496, on duties of Supreme Court justices, XIII 338, election (1789), V 363n, and excise opposition (1792), XII 317, 334, 416, 493–94, and Edmond Charles Genet’s “Appeal from the President to the People,” XV 233–39, 239–42, 267, 411–12, 412, 413–14, 416, 418–19, 427, and Genet’s dismissal, XV 626n, and Genet’s reception in New York City, XV 172–73, and Hamilton’s abortive duel with James Nicholson, XVIII 503n, and Hamilton’s dispute with Ædanus Burke, VI 353–54, and Hamilton’s dispute with Andrew G. Fraunces, XV 586–87, Hamilton’s reports to on Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 241–42, 258–59, 348–49, on Patrick Henry as presidential candidate (1796), XX 151–53, 158, and Jay Treaty, House of Representatives action on, XX 76–77, 86n, 106, 112–15, 121, 123, 124–25, 126, 135, 136, 149–50, and John Rutledge’s attack on, XIX 484–85, Senate approval of, XVIII 370–71, 383, 392n, support of at meeting in New York City, XVIII 485–87n, and Ohio Company, XI 479, and opposition by Jefferson and Madison to Hamilton’s policies, XI 436, and Panic of 1792, XI 190, pay and payments to, XIII 59, 60, 61, 62, XV 505, XVII 504, on Thomas Pinckney as presidential candidate (1796), XX 151–52, 158, and presidential campaign and election, (1792) XII 387, 408, 415–16, 418, 480, 493–94, 498, (1796) XX 151–53, 158, re-election (1795), XVIII 18, 20n, 152, 153n, 186–87, reports on latest developments in Europe (1793), XV 44, 172–73, requested by Hamilton to assist John Fenno, XV 395–96, on special mission to England (1794), XVI 262–63, 265, 282–83, 319n, and speculation in scrip in N.Y. (1791–1792), IX 59–61, 75–76, X 528, XXVI 617, on U.S. debt to France, XVI 517–18n, on U.S. neutrality and preparedness (1794), XVI 132–33, on U.S. neutrality and treatment of U.S. by belligerents (1793), XIV 335–36, 547–48, and U.S. policy toward Indians, VIII 213, 217–18, 241–42, and Va. proposals for amending Constitution (1796), XX 52; on yellow fever epidemic in New York City (1803), XXVI 138n
King, Thomas: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 279
King and Queen County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
King George County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Kingsborough township, N.Y.: in American Revolution, II 481
Kings Bridge, N.Y.: in American Revolution, I 290, 312–13, 531, 533n, 553, 573, 594, II 134, 139n, 390, 498n, 648n
Kingsbury, Jacob: Regular Army (1791, and illegal Army contractors, XXVI 626, (Quasi-War), XXIII 583, 675, XXIV 245, 619, 620, 643, 656
King’s College, I 5n, 370n, III 42n, 574n, IX 287n, XI 3n, 155n, XII 272n, XIV 549n, XVIII 303n, XX 162n, XXI 42n, XXII 170n, XXIII 160n, XXV 58n, 59n, 598n, XXVI 21n, 673n; Hamilton as a student at, I 41n, 42n, 44n, 80, 485, XXI 79n, XXVI 353; N.Y. legislation for, XXVI 804. See also Columbia College
Kings County, N.Y., IV 399; legislation concerning, in N.Y. Assembly, IV 54, 63, 122, 123
Kings Ferry (Stony Point), N.Y., III 198, 226, 227; and American Revolution, I 350, 356, 358, 364, 412, 559, 594, II 63n, 70, 72, 84n, 172, 211, 214, 331, 389, 391, 451, 463, 501, 503, 508, 513, 514, 677
Kings Mountain, S.C.: Battle of, II 492n, VI 336, XXII 245n, XXIV 404n
Kingston, Jamaica, XXIV 170n; British impressments at, XXIV 426–27n
Kingston, N.J.: in American Revolution, I 511
Kingston, N.Y., II 684, VI 559, XXIV 92; in American Revolution, V 266n; and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 293, 314, 330–31; legislation concerning, in N.Y. Assembly, IV 3n; meeting place of N.Y. legislature, II 151, 186, III 212n, 257; N.Y. colonial records stored at, I 182n; proposed as seat of Continental Congress, III 294, 321, 349, 408. See also Esopus, N.Y.
Kingston, Stephen: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 138
Kingston County, S.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
King William County, Va.: cloth manufacturing in, IX 280–82; excise survey, IX 428
Kinloch, Cleland (brother of Francis Kinloch): S.C. planter, XX 216n; business dealings with John B. Church, III 367, 622, 657; delegate, to Continental Congress (S.C.), II 329
Kinloch, Francis, XXVI 797, 804, 806; business dealings with John B. Church, III 376, 464, 622, 657, XX 216n, 324, XXI 109
Kinloch, Mary (daughter of Francis Kinloch), XX 216n
Kinnan, William: copperplate printer for U.S., payment, XIII 47
Kinsey, James: chief justice of N.J., and election of 1792, XII 369
Kip, Isaac L.: notary, New York City, XXIII 62
Kip, Richard, Jr.: report of stolen funds (American Revolution), I 475, 479
Kirby, Ephraim: Litchfield, Conn., lawyer, XXV 181; collector of the revenue, Conn., expenses, XIV 428
Kirby, Nicholas R.: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 104, 108
Kirk, John: Army (Quasi-War), XXV 45n
Kirkland, —— (Mr.): Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 107
Kirkland, George W.: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 48, 98, 107; Army (Quasi-War), XXII 604, XXIII 608, XXIV 293, 321n; 633, 647, 649, 650
Kirkland, John Thornton (Rev.): Boston clergyman, and Hamilton’s trip to New England (1800), XXIV 579
Kirkland, Samuel (Rev.): founder of Hamilton-Oneida Academy, XIX 147n; missionary to Oneida Indians, I 221n, XXVI 510–11; and U.S. negotiations with Five Nations, XI 372–78
Kirkman, Michael: British Army (American Revolution), prisoner exchange, XXVI 383
Kirkpatrick, Abraham: Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 3–4, 54, 54–56n, 87n, 184, 376n
Kirkpatrick, Alexander: assignees of, and debt to Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 303
Kirkpatrick, Andrew: clerk, U.S. District Court, N.J., pay, XV 502
Kirkpatrick, David: Army (American Revolution), attack at Yorktown, II 681
Kirkpatrick, John: Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 131n
Kisegan (Indian chief): speech of, at Detroit, XXIII 120
Kissam, Adrian: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 101, 107; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 669, 670, XXIV 611; notary, New York City, XXIII 62
Kissam, Richard J.: certificate of (Quasi-War), XXIII 637
Kissick, see Kuysick
Kitchell, Aaron: member, House of Representatives (N.J.), pay, XV 508, XVII 506
Kitchen, James: and discharge of Army recruit (Quasi-War), XXIV 647
Kite, —— (Sgt.): character in George Farquhar, The Recruiting Officer, V 265
Kitt (Kitts), Frederick: Washington’s household steward, XX 318
Kittera, John W.: comments on Additional Army candidates (Pa.), XXII 133, 134, 140, 142, 143, 144; member, House of Representatives (Pa.), pay, XV 508, XVII 507
Kittredge, Job: report on petition of, XI 300, 313
Kittredge, Jonathan: and Anglo-American rivalry in Vt., III 276n
Kittredge, William: holder of loan office certificate, XI 313
Kitty (British vessel): captured by U.S. (American Revolution), I 442
Kitty (ship): customs regulations, VIII 14
Kline, Mary-Jo, ed., Political Correspondence and Public Papers of Aaron Burr, XXVII 33
Klopstock, Friedrich Gottlieb: honorary French citizenship, XII 546
Knight, John: Army (Quasi-War), XXII 606, XXIII 76, XXIV 608, 634
Knight, Peter: Philadelphia merchant, Gouverneur Morris’s estimate of, III 503
Knight, Russell W.: ed., Elbridge Gerry’s Letterbook: Paris 1797–1798, XXI 429–31n, XXIV 389n
Knight, William: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 295
Knipe, Christian: petition of, XI 287
Knobelauch, ——, baron de: Washington refuses to appoint (American Revolution), II 15
Knock, Daniel: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 300
Knock, Jesse: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 300
Knoll, John: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 94
Knollenberg, Bernhard: “John Adams, Knox, and Washington,” XXII 15n
Knopf, Richard C.: ed., Anthony Wayne: A Name in Arms; Soldier, Diplomat, Defender of Expansion Westward of a Nation; the Wayne-Knox-Pickering-McHenry Correspondence, XII 306–7n, 522n, XVI 408n, 589n, XVII 276n, 360–61n, 376, XIX 360–61n, XX 245n, XXIII 237–38n, 395n, XXVI 688n, 702n
Knoulton (Knowlton), Luke: and disloyalty to U.S. (American Revolution), III 282–83
Knowles, Samuel (Simon): pay for past military service, XIII 106, 140
Knox, David: customs regulations, VIII 14
Knox, George: Panic of 1792, XXVI 659, 660n
Knox, Henry, III 584, IV 144; Army (American Revolution), I 190, 205–6, 212, 250, 251, 253, 286, 432, 496, 561, II 6, 25, 41, 61, 62–63, 65, 67, 75, 80, 84, 101, 107, 112, 114, 124, 131, 133, 137, 181, 194, 223, 256, 266, 320, 330, 341, 343, 352, 357, 365, 440n, 478, 485, 511, 512–13, 525, 533, 556, 559, XXVI 355–56, 366, 369, 371–2, 381, 388, 390, 391, as commissioner for exchange of prisoners, III 91–93, 117–19, and disbandment of Army, III 255, on Hamilton at Battle of Monmouth, XXIII 547n; on George Washington Motier Lafayette, XIX 325n, 458; land speculation of, V 239, XI 226n, XVII 89n, XXVI 664–65n; and Francisco de Miranda, III 585, 586, XXI 2, 4–6, 349, 400n, 402, XXII 205–6; and Quasi-War, XXII 41n, 42, 65n, 81, 200n, appointment as major general, XXII 31, 69–71, 205–6, declined, XXII 17, 67, 68n, 240, and dispute over relative rank, XXII 5–17, 18–20, 24, 25, 36–38, 62, 69–71, 77, 82, 83–84, 86, 147–51, 159–60, 166n, 167, 184n, 194–95, 196–97, 199, 202–3, 210, 238n, 535–36, XXIII 97, 192n, 395, XXIV 510, 556, comments on Additional Army candidates, XXII 272, 322, 324, 325, 326, 327, 328, 329, 330, 331, 332, 333, 334, 335, 336, 337; Secretary at War (1785–1789), III 623, and Army contractors, XIV 345, and Army supplies, X 430, candidate, III 590, 591, claim of, XI 579–81, XII 148–50, pay and payments to, V 370, 406, 407, XIII 42, 43, XV 217, 525, and presidential campaign and election (1788–1789), V 225, 236, and ratification of Constitution, V 5, and U.S. relations with Indians, V 456; Secretary of War (1789–1794), V 517, VI 75, 459, 470, 489n, VII 25, VIII 242, 311, 507, IX 529, XI 545, XII 299n, XIII 13, 49, 50, 102, 105, 564, XIV 195, 196, 318, 538, XV 64, 211, 343, 400n, 416–17n, 498, 596, XVI 370, 403n, 473–74, 492–93, XVII 78–79, 270–71, 276, 315, 322, 447, XXV 202, XXVI 586, 690, absence from office (1794), Tench Coxe on absence, XVIII 251, and Hamilton’s assumption of duties of when absent, XVII 89n, 90, 107, 114, 121, 123, 142, 146n, 211, 221, 233–34, 241, 242n, 252n, 255, 270, 278, 293, 300, 312, accounts of, XIII 294–302, 372–76, XV 265–66, 308, 454, 497, XVI 503–4, XVII 79, on activities of foreign ships of war and privateers, XVI 200, 242, 425, 485, 512n, 552–53, 559, and activities of French privateers (1793–1794), XIV 454, 508–9, 534–35, XV 24–25n, 70–71, 74–79, 261n, XVII 112n, 435, XXVI 704, alliance with Hamilton against Jefferson and Madison, XI 442, on arming and equipping vessels of belligerents in U.S. ports (1793), XV 87, 144, 180n, on bill for reapportionment of House of Representatives, XI 227, British spoliations of and interference with U.S. commerce, XVI 157–58, on candidates for special mission to Great Britain (1794), XVI 423–24n, on conduct of Edmond Charles Genet, XV 5n, 24, 157, 236, 238, 240, 242, 267, 276, 277n, 377, 411–12, 413–14, 416, 418–19, 626n, on convening Congress (1793), XV 175, 196n, 373–74n, and convention between Denmark and Sweden (1794), XVI 542–43, and eleventh amendment to Constitution, XVI 157–58, and embargo (1794), XVI 198, 220, 230, 235, 300, 367–68n, and establishment at Presque Isle, XVI 426–27, 505–8, and excise opposition (1792), XII 306–7, 312, 330n, 346, 522n, on fitting out privateers in U.S. ports (1793), XV 70–71, 74–79, 139–40n, 169–70, and fortification of ports and harbors (1794), XVI 205n, 209–10, 239–40, 255, 257, 386, 412n, 499, 539, 539–40n, 572–73, 583, 583–84, 602, 616–17, XVII 154, 236n, 251n, 447–48, XXI 377, 475, XXII 515, Hamilton’s instructions to on recruitment, XI 449–51, and Holland loan (1791), VIII 270, and instructions to John Jay on mission to Great Britain, XVI 358, and invalid pensions, VI 233, 240–41, 263–64, 307, 416–17, 450, VIII 8, 33, 515, XVI 56, 296n, 587, XXVI 604, 612, and Ky., opposition of to planned invasion of Spanish possessions, XVI 136–37, 162–63, opposition in to Jay mission, XVI 588, 589n, land grant to John C. Symmes, opinion on, XVI 151–52, and Isaac Ledyard, petition of, XI 196–97, and Alexander McGillivray, VI 549n, 550, VII 148n, on making public dispatches of Gouverneur Morris (1794), XV 666–67, military supplies, contractors, and agents, VIII 247–48n, 354, X 404–5, XI 174, 350–51, XII 77, 134, 146–47, 147n, 168–69, 185–87, 301, 628, XIII 87, 117, 236–37, 372–76, 508, XIV 134, 211, 322–23, 329, 440, 441, 448, 449n, 483, XV 26, 286, 598, XVI 27–28, 241n, 288n, 364–65, 386, 406, 412, 455n, 489, 503–4, 515n, 516, 526, 530–31, 566, 567n, 568n, 582–83, 583–84, 602, 605–6n, 607–8, 614, 616, 617, 618, 619, XVII 20, 154, 312–13, 325, 326, 328, 339, 350, 359, 368, 369–70n, 375–76, 456, 457n, 466–68, 473n, 574, XXVI 571, 625–26, 687–88, and Miss. River, agreement with Hamilton’s proposal concerning (1792), XII 2–3n, Medad Mitchell, relations with, XV 633, and naval armament, XVI 241n, 255, 304–6, 386, 406, 455n, 516, 526, 530–31, 567, 582–83, 583–84, 602, XVII 339, 452–53n, 456, 457n, 461, 466–68, 473, 473n, on neutrality proclamation (1793), XIV 328, and oath of office for Washington’s second term, XIV 168–69, 169–70, 176, and passports, XVI 367, 368n, pay and payments to, V 389–90, VI 133–35, 136, 525–28, 538, VII 416n, IX 467–74, X 351–52, XII 628, XIII 75, 84, 89, 122–23, 136, 138, 141, 143, 144, 146, 147, 562, 575, XIV 134, 162, XV 308, 454, 512, XVII 511, XX 201, and petition of Catharine Greene, X 430, 464, and petition to President from Democratic Society of Washington County, Pa., XVI 258–59, and policy on private contributions for captives in Algiers, XVI 497–98, Edmund Randolph, relations with, XV 604, on reception of Genet, XIV 328, 367–96, relations with House of Representatives, XX 486n, and release of Lafayette from prison, XV 637–38, resignation of, XVII 569, 570n, XVIII 5n, and Santo Domingo, XV 30n, arms and ammunition for, XI 42n, on support in U.S. of indigent from, XVI 309, on submission of Thomas Pinckney’s letters to Congress (1794), XVI 330, and survey of western lands, XI 361–62, urges Hamilton to return from expedition against Whiskey Rebels, XVII 392, and U.S. debt to France (1793), XIV 141, 184, 514, 515–16n, XV 30n, and opinion on payment of, XVI 142, 149–50, and U.S. overall policy toward France (1793), XIV 326–27, 328, 367–96, and U.S. policy toward Indians, VI 421, 488, 495n, 538, 550, 551n, 563–64, VII 147–48, 148n, 610n, 612n, VIII 217–18, 546n, IX 210–11n, 270, 401–2, X 395, 563–64n, XI 108–9, 174, 351–52n, 572–78, XII 560, XIII 89, 148n, 215n, 383n, XIV 11, 11n, 13, 89–90, 140n, 142–43, 227–28, 491, 492, 494–95, 507, XV 644n, XVI 407, 408n, 426–27, 505–8, 515n, 588, 589n, 590–91, 591–92, 601n, XVII 245, XXVI 606, and U.S. relations with British in Canada, VI 488, 495n, on Vt. and relations with Great Britain, X 499n, warrants for bounties of land issued by, VI 441–42, and Washington’s Fourth Annual Address to Congress, XII 558n, and Washington’s Fifth Annual Address to Congress, XV 428, West Point, purchase of land at, IX 484, XIII 138, retention as permanent post, VI 453–54, and western posts, X 493, and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 4n, 9–13, 17, 21, 21–24n, 103n, 144, 161, 191, 255, 293, 312–13, 329, 350, 359, 368, 369–70n, 385n, Otho H. Williams on, XI 108–9; and support for John Adams in presidential campaign (1800), XXV 5, 59. See also Cabinet (U.S.)
Knox, Hugh (Rev.): Presbyterian minister, St. Croix, who befriended Hamilton, I 35n, 195, 216, 244–45, 299–300, 365–67, 370, 445, III 474–75, 560, 573–74, 668, XX 458–59, XXVI 359–62, 787, 788
Knox, John: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 279
Knox, Joseph: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 142
Knox, Lucy Flucker (Mrs. Henry), III 93, VI 489n; aid to French refugees, XV 601
Knox, Robert: Philadelphia merchant, Gouverneur Morris’s estimate of, III 503
Knox, Thomas (Mass.): superintendent, lighthouse at Boston, VI 44, 47, 297–98, 475
Knox, Thomas: New York City merchant, administrator of estate, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 175–76n; and Hamilton’s abortive duel with James Monroe, XXI 157
Thomas Knox v Joshua Sands: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 175n
Knox, William: U.S. consul at Dublin, accounts, XVI 598
Knoxville, Tenn., XXII 312, XXIII 36n, 57, 453, 541
Knyphausen, Wilhelm, baron von: German commander of British troops (American Revolution), I 573–74, II 349n, V 350, VI 333, negotiations for prisoner exchange, II 272, 273, 275–85
Koebel, Johannes G.: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 645
Koeler, David: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 271
Kok, Paulus: attachment of public securities, XI 130–31, 492
König, Carl Gustav: Swedish chargé d’affaires in Paris, XXI 64n
Konkle, Burton Alva: Thomas Willing and the First American Financial System, XI 74–75n, XII 353n
Kortright, Cornelius (father): New York City merchant and partner of Nicholas Cruger, I 8n, 13
Kortright, Cornelius (son): partner of Nicholas Cruger, I 21
Kortright, Lawrence: New York City merchant, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 637, 701
Kortright and Cruger: merchant firm, St. Croix, for which Hamilton worked as youth, I 8n, 32–33
Kosciusko (Kosciuszko, Kosinsko), Thaddeus (Tadeusz), XXII 450n; Army (American Revolution), I 544, claim for services, XII 644, payment for services, VI 542, XIV 311; honorary French citizenship, XII 546; petition of Catharine Greene, X 442; and Second Partition of Poland, XXI 407n
Kotkowski, Count Stanislas: recommended for Army appointment (American Revolution), XXVI 365
Kouvenhoven, see Covenhoven
Krakatoa Island: and Thomas Randall’s second voyage to Far East, IX 43n
Kreemer, Jacob: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 34, 243, 262
Kremnitz (Kremnica) (in present-day Czechoslovakia), I 383
Kruze, Juergen Elert: J.E. Krusens … Allgemeiner und … Hamburgischer Contorist, welcher von den Währungen, Münzen, Gewigten, Maassen, Wechsel-Arten, und Usanzen der vornehmsten in und ausser Europa gelegenen Städte und Länder, … eine umständliche Nachricht ertheilet, etc. Der dritten, order zum zweytenmal verbesserten und ansehnlich vermehrten neuen Auflage Erster (Zweyter) Theil, VII 482–83n
Kuhl, Frederick (father of Henry Kuhl): Philadelphia Common Council member, XV 440–41
Kuhl, Henry: applies for position of commissioner of loans, Pa., XV 440–42; assistant cashier, Bank of the U.S., XVIII 315, 512; clerk, Treasury office, Confederation Government, VII 101; principal clerk, comptroller’s office, Treasury Department, XII 494, XIV 417–18, 501, XVIII 261, 315, XXVI 489–90, pay, XIII 46, 73, 144, 464, XV 511, 579, XVII 510; and Edmund Randolph’s resignation, XVIII 528n, 529n, XIX 378n, 433n
Kuhn, Adam (Dr.): Elizabeth Hamilton’s physician, Philadelphia, XVII 392
Kuhn, Ludwig: petition of, XI 287, report on, XIII 340–41
Kukox, —— (Lt.): and negotiations for exchange of prisoners (American Revolution), II 292
Kunze, John Christoff (Rev.): professor, Columbia College, and German Lutheran clergyman, New York City, XXV 58n, XXVI 291
Kurrituck County, N.C., see Currituck County, N.C.
Kurtz, Stephen G.: The Presidency of John Adams: The Collapse of Federalism, 1795–1800, XX 377n, XXV 197n
Kutzleben, Christian Mortiz, baron von: agent in Great Britain for Landgrave of Hesse Cassel, XVIII 343n
Kutztown, Pa.: and Fries’s Rebellion, XXIII 280
Kuysick (Kissick), Philip: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 24
Philip Kuysick adsm J. Leake: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 24, 67
Philip Kuysick adsm V. Kurren and Braisser: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 24, 67
Kyd, Stewart: A Treatise on the Law of Bills of Exchange, XX 342n
Kythera (Cerigo, Cytherea): and wars of the French Revolution, XXII 376