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Maastricht (Maestricht), Netherlands: and wars of French Revolution, XXI 406n
Mably, Gabriel Bonnot de: De L’Études de L’Histoire, IV 392n, 394n; Observations sur les Grecs, IV 382n; Des Principes des Négociations …, IV 317n
McAdam, John Loudoun: N.Y. and English merchant, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 567
McAdam, Watson, and Company: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 567
McAllister, Hugh: and capture of deserter (Quasi-War), XXIII 486n
McAllister, Matthew: U.S. attorney for District of Ga., and customs regulations, XII 206, pay, XV 504
Macarty (McCartey, McCartney), William: Philadelphia merchant, III 50, V 570; business dealings with John Chaloner, III 562–63, 571, 576
Macaulay (Macauley), Alexander: N.Y. merchant and shipowner, XXVI 801, 806; and customs regulations, XVI 391; and embargo, XVIII 9n; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 9, 35, 601, 619, 628, 630, 668, 679, 691
Alexander Macaulay adsm John Wardrop: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 35, 601, 619
Alexander Macaulay v Robert Ludlow: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 35, 640
MacAuslan, Duncan: merchant, Fayetteville, N.C., and loan office certificates, IX 122–23, 387–88, XVI 186n, 629
McCab, Robert: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 135
McCabe, Thomas: cotton manufacturer, Belfast, Ireland, XI 243, 245
McCall, —— (Mr.): and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 33n
McCall, Archibald: Philadelphia merchant, Gouverneur Morris’s opinion of, III 501
McCall, Daniel: and Hamilton’s law practice, XIX 349n
McCall, Hugh: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 585, XXIV 204, 247
McCall, James: auditor of S.C., VI 125
McCallister, Archibald: Army (American Revolution), II 171
McCalpin, John: and customs regulations, XVIII 174
McCartney, see Macarty
McCarty, David: comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 94
McCarty, Patrick: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 585, XXIV 247, XXV 396
McCauley, John: Philadelphia coppersmith, XXIV 280, contract for lighthouse lanterns, XVI 40, 118, 425, XVII 266, 268, 534
McCenny (Macceny), Benjamin: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 306
McClaghry, Gilbert: destitute, seeks aid, XXVI 23
McClaghry, John: Army (American Revolution), XXVI 23
McClallen (McClellan), John: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXII 610, XXIII 75, 606, 621, 624, 627, 629, 634, 642, 649, 671, 691, XXIV 334, 379, 392, 606, 637, 642, 644, 660, 667, 676
McClallen (McClellan), Robert: Albany, N.Y., merchant and public creditor, III 177n, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 43, petition to N.Y. legislature, IV 149; treasurer of N.Y. State, XVIII 270n, XXI 294
McClallen (McClellan, McClelland), William (Dr.): Albany physician and yellow fever epidemic, XV 344n
McClary, Andrew: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXII 579n, XXIII 583, 664, 668, XXIV 245, 608, XXV 8
McClary, John: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 584, XXIV 246
McClary, Joseph: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 33n
McClellan, see also McClallen
McClellan, John: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 137
McCleland, John: excise opposition, XII 308–9n
McClenachan, Blair: objects to policy on loan office certificates, VIII 193–97; and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, IX 152n
McClure, Charles: executor, pay to, XV 523
McClure, Robert: excise opposition, XII 308–9n
McClurg, James (Dr.): Richmond, Va., physician, proposed as possible Minister to France (1794), XVI 422, 424
McComb, see also Macomb
McComb, David: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 373
McComb, Eleazer: state auditor, Del., IX 289
McComb, Isaac, and Company: receipt for work on the Grange, XXV 102–3
McComb, John, Sr.: N.Y. architect and builder, VII 376n
McComb, John, Jr.: New York City builder, VII 376, XXVI 871; architect and builder of the Grange, XXV 39, 40, 234–35, 389–91, XXVI 69, 86–87; architect for N.Y. City Hall, XXI 518n, XXII 60n; construction of lighthouse, Cape Henry, Va., VII 413–14, 425, VIII 234, 236, 238, 251, 276, 283, 316, 350, 450–51, 533, 555, IX 19, 310, XI 572, XII 164, 288, 403, 587, XIII 258, 289, XIV 231n, pay, XIII 101, 569, XV 533
McComb, Thomas: excise opposition (1791), XVII 32, 33n, 374n
McConnel, —— (Capt.): Army (American Revolution), I 284
McConnell, Matthew: Army (American Revolution), I 317; Philadelphia securites broker, XIV 122, assignee, XIII 141, 563, holder of Government securities, XIII 496, payments owed by Board of Treasury, XIII 42, and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, IX 24–25, 152n
McCord, John: payment for distress as prisoner of war (American Revolution), VI 532, XI 10, 12n, XII 270, XIII 104, XIV 72n, 73
McCormick, Daniel: New York City merchant, XX 329, XXV 90; comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 100; director, Bank of N.Y., III 515n, V 370n, VII 443, XX 263, 288; and Hamilton’s accounts, III 11, 15; land speculation, X 581n; widow’s executor, payment as, V 406
McCormick, Henry: Army (American Revolution), II 64, 188
McCormick, John: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 380n
McCormick, Samuel: Lord Advocate of Edinburgh, XXV 91n
McCorry, Thomas: Additional Army candidate (Tenn.), XXII 311
McCoskry, Samuel A: comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 137
McCoskry (McCrosky), William: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 583, XXIV 245
McCracken, Joseph: member, N.Y. Senate, III 109n
McCrea, Duncan: collector of the revenue, Survey No. 1, N.C., XII 600n
McCrea, John: and Hamilton’s law practice, V 210
McCrea, William A.: candidate, treasurer of the Mint, XI 264
McCullen, Mary: petition of, XI 288
McCulloch, Edward, and Company: and payment of U.S. debt to France, XV 47, 48
McCulloch, John: Philadelphia merchant, and stock transfer, XI 360–61
McCulloch, John: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 47n, 52
McCulloch, William: “Additional Memoranda for the History of Printing,” XIII 317n
McCullough, William: comment on Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 127
McCurdy, Hugh: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 290
McDaniel, William: candidate for command of N.C. revenue cutter, VII 111; river and harbor improvements, N.C., XVII 290
Macdonald, Æneas: case of (British citizenship), XVII 356n
MacDonald, James (Dr.): and Angelica Hamilton, XXVI 72n
MacDonald, John: Rules and Regulations for the Field Exercise and Manœuvres of the French Infantry. Issued August 1, 1791. Translated from the French. In Two Volumes. With Explanatory Notes and Illustrative References to the British, and Prussian Systems of Tactics, &c. &c., XXIV 135n, 137n, 138n, 139n, 258n
McDonald, John: Spanish agent to Chickamauga Indians, XIV 490
McDonald, John: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 369
Macdonald, Thomas: British commissioner, Article 6, Jay Treaty, XXII 65n
McDonald, T.M.: Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 431n
McDonall, Angus: death of, coroner’s report, XXVI 321n
McDonnell (MacDonell), John, XXVI 870; British commander at Niagara, XXIII 492n, XXV 241–42n
MacDonough, Thomas: British consul, Boston, VI 565, and customs regulations, XVI 123, 124n, 183, 490, and French privateers, XV 652
McDougall, Alexander, III 212n, 266; Army (American Revolution), I 201–2, 207, 216n, 245, 250, 251, 253n, 256, 264–65, 272, 273, 328, 332, 337, 348, 350, 442, 443, 549, 567, 575, 576–79, 583, 588, 592, 599, II 6, 7, 8, 10, 14, 21, 22, 25, 29, 33, 48, 50, 55, 56, 61, 62, 63, 66, 67, 69, 76, 79, 86, 88, 90, 92, 104, 131, 181, 340, 409n, 425, 489, 574n, 603n, XXII 88n, XXVI 353, 356n, 390; Bank of N.Y., president, III 515n, 526; deputation to Continental Congress on behalf of Army, III 241n, 244n, 317–18; and Francisco de Miranda, III 586; nominated as Minister to France, XXVI 404n; provides pay for Hamilton’s artillery co., I 181, 182n, 183; recommends Hamilton as captain of artillery co., I 182n
McDowel, John: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 137
McDowel, John: candidate, inspector, Survey No. 3, Pa., VIII 189
McDowell (Pleasant Gardens), Joseph (cousin of Joseph McDowell, QM): inspector, Survey No. 5, N.C., appointment, XI 45, 74, conduct of office, XII 304, resignation, XII 341n, 600n; member, House of Representatives (N.C.), XV 462, XVII 38n
McDowell (Quaker Meadows), Joseph (cousin of Joseph McDowell, PG): candidate, inspector, Survey No. 5, N.C., VIII 190, 311, 358, IX 429, XI 37, 74
McDowell, Joseph, Sr., see McDowell (Quaker Meadows), Joseph
McDowell, Joseph, Jr., see McDowell (Pleasant Gardens), Joseph
McDowell, Samuel, Sr.: assignee for his son, XIII 103
McDowell, Samuel, Jr.: U.S. marshal for District of Ky., pay, XIII 565, XVII 502; payments for his assistant, XIII 564, census taking, XIII 103, XV 536, expenses, XV 503
Macedon (Macedonia), I 374, IV 379, 380, 381, 382, 383, V 28; and conquest of Greece, II 656
Macedonia see Macedon
McEldery (McEildere), Thomas: comments on Additional Army candidates, XXII 296, 302; report on petition of, XVI 82–83
McElhenny, William: Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 380n
McElkenny, John: claim against estate of John Dewhurst, bankrupt, XVI 564
McElwain, Josiah: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 142, 146
McEvers, Guilian: clerk, auditor’s office, Treasury Department, XI 311
McEvers, James: business associate and partner of Herman LeRoy and William Bayard, New York City merchants and speculators, IX 157–58n, 201, XVIII 364n, 507n, XX 447, 530–31, XXI 353, XXII 21, 392, XXV 96n, XXVI 16n, 55n, 312n, 781n, 827
McEwen (McEuen), Thomas: assignee, XIII 50, 142
McFarland, Moses: claim as invalid (American Revolution), XVI 296, XVIII 197
MacFarlane, Abram: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 4n
McFarlane, James: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 4n, 56, 184, 394
McGee, see McKee, Alexander
McGill, John: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 373
McGillivray, Alexander: chief of Creek Nation, negotiations with U.S., V 456, VI 547–48, 549n, 550, XXVI 549n; relations with U.S., XIV 490; treaty with Spain XIV 491; treaty with U.S. (Treaty of N.Y.), VII 148n, XIII 28
McGilton, William: report on petition of, XIII 198–99
McGowan (McCowan): Army (American Revolution), back pay, XI 298
McGowen, see also McKowen
McGowen, Edward: Army (Quasi-War), discharge, XXIII 662
MacGregore (McGregore), James: candidate, U.S. marshal, N.H., IX 414; comment on Additional Army candidate (N.H.), XXII 110
McGregor River, Canada: discovery by Alexander Mackenzie, XVII 364n
McGrudar, —— (Capt.): map of Miss. River, XXVI 163
McGuire, Francis: murders Indians, VIII 218
McGuire, Samuel: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 587, XXIV 248, 357
McHenry, Grace (daughter of James McHenry): death of, XXV 439
McHenry, James (Dr.)
III 603, XXVI 781; in American Revolution, I 437, 593–94, II 53–54, 116, 128–29, 139n, 150, 226, 227n, 288–89, 363–64, 433, XXV 391, XXVII 5, and Hamilton’s resignation as aide-de-camp, II 569, poem by on Hamilton’s marriage, II 522–24, 524, prescribes for Hamilton’s illness, I 551–52; (from American Revolution to January, 1796) XII 185, 416, 494, XXVI 829, 842, candidate, U.S. Minister to France, XVI 422, commends Hamilton on record as Secretary of Treasury, XVIII 274–75, delegate, Continental Congress (Md.) (1783–1786), III 113n, 416n, XI 276n, on developments in Continental Congress (1783), III 472–73, and Federal appointments, XIV 287–89, 316–18, Hamilton on qualifications of, for cabinet position, XIX 397, on Md. politics and Federal appointments (1792), XIII 157, member, Md. Assembly (1788–1791), discusses new government under Constitution (1789), V 471–72, introduces Joshua Barney, VII 409–10, member, Md. Senate, (1782–1786) and Hamilton’s charges against Samuel Chase, III 1, 2–3, 68, (1791–1796) and candidates for auditor in Treasury Department (1791), VIII 314, 321–22, discusses opposition to Federal Government in Md. (1791), IX 511, election, IX 510–11, and possibility of position in Federal Government (1791), IX 386, 454, presidential and congressional campaign in Md. (1792), XII 212–13, 406–7, 509–11, 602–3, seeks diplomatic appointment in Paris or London, III 336, seeks and gives advice on personal matters (1782), III 127–30; Secretary of War (January 27, 1796-June 1, 1800) in Washington’s administration, XX 168, XXVI 744, 866, appointment, XIX 398n, correspondence with Hamilton on domestic and foreign policies, XX 212, 245, 252–53, 455, 466–67, and material for Washington’s Eighth Annual Address to Congress, XX 393–94, 408, 409n, and naval rearmament XX 474n, recommended by Hamilton as U.S. Minister to France (1796), XX 223–24, Secretary of War in John Adams’s administration, XXI 76, 212, 521, correspondence with Hamilton on domestic and foreign policies, XX 574–75, XXI 48, 51–52, 61–68, 72–75, 85, 86–87, 213, 339–40, 341–46, 351–52, 357, 364, 459–60, 461–62, XXII 40–41, and fortification of New York City, XXI 474–78, 478, 484, 491–92, 493, 494, 513–15, 515–17, 520–21, 521–22, and Fries’s Rebellion (1799), XXII 531, 539–41, 548, 551, 552–53, 553–54, 558, 577–78, 585, 591–92, 593, XXIII 1–2, Hamilton’s personal accounts with (1798), XXI 212, 352–53, 364, and naval rearmament, XXI 352, opposition to, as Secretary of War, XXI 449, “Reynolds Affair,” and Hamilton’s abortive duel with James Monroe, XXI 143, 183–84, 207–8, 212, 213, and William Bingham, XXIV 48; (from June 1, 1800 to 1804), XXV 110n, 432, on John Adams, XXV 114–15, 116, 118–19, 158n, 242, 244, 282–83, condolences to Hamilton on death of Philip Hamilton, XXV 439, and Hamilton’s Letter on John Adams, XXV 97, 111, 122, 182, 236–37, 242, 44, 246–47, 252–53, 282, and presidential campaign and election (1800–1801), XXV 76–77, 112–19, 157–58, 282–83, 291–93, 313–14
—— and Quasi-War (Secretary of War in John Adams’s administration), XXII 32n, 43, 153, 161, 172, 232, 250, 261, 288n, 442, 451, 479, 482, 483, 506, 521, 528, 537, 570n, 573n, XXIII 5, 6, 45n, 79, 80, 95, 103, 115, 127, 138, 153, 209, 212, 221, 246, 250, 260, 323, 367, 396, 401, 416, 444, 486, 492, 512, 526, 531, XXIV 29, 37, 95, 182–83n, 197, 226n, 280, 282–83, 287–88, 366, 489n, 512, 529, 567, 572, XXVII 14n, 18; and John Adams, correspondence with, XXVI 35n, 346n, 351n, 494, 517n, 530n, 532, 551, 552–65, relations with, XXIV 507–11, 555–65, XXV 5n, relations with and reports to on military affairs, XXII 200n, 249n, 320n, 341n, 370–71n, 372, 389n, 395n, 397, 398n, 404, 409n, 416–17, 432n, XXIII 66, 71, 71n, 95n, 100n, 183n, 282n, 286, 287n, 447n, 486–87n, 524, 524–25n, 527n, report to, of January 5, 1800, and Hamilton’s contribution, XXIV 70n, 82, 111n, 135n, 171, 172, 202, 236, 237n, 276–77, 307n, 311, 345n, 510; and appointment of William S. Smith, XXIV 532, 537; comments on Additional Army candidates, XXII 127, 288n, 290, 291, 292, 301, 305n, 309; correspondence with Hamilton on all aspects of Army administration and policies, (1798) XXII 26–27, 35, 40–41, 41–42, 47, 50, 56, 66–68, 81–83, 87–146, 163, 165–66, 170–71, 178, 180–81, 195–96, 198, 199–200, 201–2, 210–11, 232n, 235, 267–69, 368–69, 370, 372, 377–78, 378, 379, 380, 392, 397, (1799) XXII 403, 406–7, 408, 408–9, 409, 410, 416–17, 417–18, 421, 427–28, 428–30, 431–32, 432–33, 436–37, 444, 455–65, 466, 466–67, 472–73, 473, 475, 482, 495–97, 519–20, 522–23, 526–27, 529–31, 536–37, 542–46, 549, 552, 554, 555, 556–57, 560–66, 578, 581–83, 587, 588–89, 590–92, 592–93, 593–94, 595–96, XXIII 3, 4, 10–11, 14–15, 15–19, 19, 26, 26–27, 31, 32–33, 33–34, 35, 35–36, 36, 38–39, 39–43, 43–44, 44, 49–50, 51, 52, 56, 58–61, 63, 64, 67, 69–71, 72–77, 77–78, 78–79, 80–81, 81, 86, 87–88, 88, 90, 90–92, 93–94, 94, 102, 105, 106–7, 107–8, 110–11, 112–13, 113–14, 120–21, 122–23, 124–26, 126, 131, 132–33, 134–35, 136–37, 140, 140–41, 146–47, 147, 148, 151, 151–52, 152–53, 155–57, 157–58, 158–59, 159, 164, 165, 171–72, 173, 181–83, 183, 186–87, 188, 190, 191, 193, 194, 194–95, 197, 198, 198–99, 201, 202, 205, 206, 207, 207–8, 210, 212–13, 213–14, 215, 216, 223–24, 225, 226, 227–28, 237, 238–39, 240, 241–42, 245, 247, 247–49, 251, 252–54, 255–56, 257, 258, 261–62, 268, 271–72, 272–73, 276–77, 281, 282, 282–83, 283, 285–86, 286, 292–93, 293–94, 296, 297–98, 298, 299, 299–302, 305–6, 309–10, 311, 311–12, 313–14, 314–16, 318, 325–27, 328–29, 334–35, 337–39, 339, 345, 346, 347–48, 353–55, 356, 357–60, 360–61, 361–65, 366, 368, 369–70, 370–72, 374–75, 397–98, 407–8, 411, 414, 421–22, 423–29, 431–36, 436–37, 441–43, 445, 446, 447–54, 456–57, 461–63, 471, 473, 475–80, 481, 482–83, 485, 487–88, 493–94, 510, 515–22, 523–24, 528–29, 534–37, 540–42, 549–50, 552, 555, 557, 558–59, 575–76, 580–87, XXIV 2, 11–14, 14–15, 24–30, 30–32, 39–43, 45–46, 48, 54–57, 66, 69–75, 77, 81–82, 84, 86, 87, 107–8, 110–11, 126–33, 133–34, (1800) XXIV 155–56, 171, 172–73, 179, 185–92, 192–93, 196, 201–2, 202, 219–20, 222–23, 236, 237–38, 239, 242–48, 249, 266, 268–69, 275, 275–76, 276–77, 277, 281, 282, 289–90, 290–91, 299–301, 301–2, 302, 306–11, 311–14, 316, 318–19, 319, 320, 325, 326, 332, 332–33, 338, 338–39, 342–43, 344–45, 347, 349–51, 355, 366–67, 368–69, 371–72, 372, 381–82, 392, 396, 405, 415, 433, 434, 454, 455–56, 456–58, 471–72, 476, 494, 495–96, 501, 503–4, 512, 518, 519–20, 520, 532, 533, 535, 538, 543–44, 544–45; correspondence with Hamilton and others listed in appendices, XXII 604–12, XXIII 605–34, 646–72, 674–79, 681–84, 687–93, XXIV 604–7, 609–13, 615–23, 628–30, 632–36; correspondence and relations with Washington on military affairs, XXII 233n, 237–46, 247–48, 249n, 341–53, 353–54, 355–66, 433n, 473n XXIII 108, 113–14, 140n, 362–63, 572–73n; and death and funeral honors for Washington, XXIV 107–8, 111–12; and defense of New York City, XXII 198, 210–11, 212, 228–29, 263, 267, 377–78, 393, 401–2, 498–99, 513–15, XXIII 53, 209, 224–25, XXIV 492; and discharge of additional infantry regiments and cavalry troops (April-June, 1800), XXIV 469n, 494, 501, 502–3, 503–4, 512, 517, 518, 532, 533, 535, 538, 543–44, 544–45, 567; and dispute over and settlement of Hamilton’s rank in Army (1798), XXII 5–21, 25, 26–27, 27–28, 29–30, 34, 68–71, 77, 83–84, 86, 147–51, 159–60, 166, 176, 177, 179, 179–80, 189, 194–95, 196–97, 199, 202–3, 210, 238n; ending of enlistment for twelve additional infantry regiments and six cavalry companies, XXIV 236; James Gunn on, XXII 374; Hamilton on, XXII 38–39, 58, 168, 221, 394, XXIII 99; and Hamilton’s pay, XXVI 867; on Jefferson, XXIV 506; and Loftus Heights, XXIV 11–13, 44, 54–57, 102, 274–75; and military academy, XXIV 69–75, 236, 276–77, 306–7, 344; and Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, XXIV 214, 230–32, 252–53, 269, 332–33, 351, 370n, 402, 406, 418, 480, 494; recruiting regulations prepared by, XXII 51–56 (see also Rules and Regulations Respecting the Recruiting Service); and relative rank of naval officers, XXIII 97; report to Congress, XXIII 217–18, 288; report to House of Representatives committee under Harrison Gray Otis (January 31, 1800), XXIV 236, 237n, 276–77, 306–7, 345n; resignation of, as Secretary of War, XXIV 482, 485n, 487, 495, XXV 35, 36n, 46, 78, 79n, 104–5, 221–24, 224, 246–47, correspondence with Hamilton concerning, XXIV 468, 476, 478, 489–90, 506–12, 532, 550–65, 573, discussed in Hamilton’s Letter on John Adams, XXV 224; Philip Schuyler on, XXII 56–57; Theodore Sedgwick on, XXII 470; and William Simmons, XXIV 27, 344–45, 346–47n, 527n, 660; Benjamin Stoddert, relations with, XXIV 182–83n, 434n; Trenton conference with Hamilton, James Wilkinson, and William North, XXIII 527n, 538n, 542n, 543n, 553n, XXIV 1; and U.S. mission to France, XXIII 545, XXIV 508; and U.S. relations with Indians, XXIII 120–21, 122n, 129, 131–32, 209; Washington on, XXII 62–63; and Washington’s appointment as lieutenant general and commander, XXI 536n; and James Wilkinson, XXIII 3, 32–33, 34, 45, 46, 48, 49n, 125, 139, 222, 226, 323–24, 358, 393, 623, 678, XXIV 11, 44, 55–56, 102, 274–75; Oliver Wolcott, Jr., on, XXII 64–65, XXIII 1
McHenry, James, Jr.: father’s letter on resignation as Secretary of War, XXIV 507–12, 552n
McHenry, John (brother of James McHenry): death of, VIII 322
McHenry, Margaret Allison Caldwell (Mrs. James), XXIV 507
Machias, District of Me.: collector of customs at, see Smith, Stephen, accounts, XI 236; port of entry, customs accounts, XIII 36–37, 575, 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85
Machiavelli, Niccolò di Bernardo, XXII 2n
Machibas (Indian chief): speech at Detroit, XXIII 120
Machican River, see Hudson River
Machinery: for cotton manufacturing, IX 434–35, invented by William Pearce, XI 243; Tench Coxe on, X 252n, XXVI 521, 522, in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” XXVI 636, 639, 643, 646; and dearness of labor, IX 145; economic advantages of, X 1; Hamilton on, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 36–37, 48, 63n, 78, 79, 80–81, 92–93, 94–95, 102, 106, 114, 130, 131, 139, 140–41, 155, 156–57, 170, 192, 198, 214, 215–16, 249, 251–52, 257, 270, 272, 283, 307–9, 327; and labor, IX 435; procurement of, in Europe for Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, IX 147; scarcity of, in Conn., IX 327, 434–35, on Providence, R.I., IX 434–35; Adam Smith on, X 250n, 251n; for spinning, XXVI 828, invented by George Parkinson, X 346–47n; Sir James Stewart on, X 251–52n
McIntire, —— (Mrs.): rent by Treasury Department of houses of, XXVI 629n
McIntire, John: Army contractor, payment to, XIII 568, XV 524
McIntosh, Lachlan: Army (American Revolution), II 44, 45, 45–46, XXVI 371n
McIntosh, Loughlin: commissary, British Army (American Revolution), I 213
McIntosh, Malcolm E., and Bernard C. Weber: eds., Une Correspondence Familiale au temps des troubles de Saint-Domingue: Letters du Marquis et de la Marquise de Rouvray à leur Fille, Saint-Domingue-Etats-Unis, 1791–1796, XIX 148n
McIntosh, William: textile manufacturer, New Haven, Conn., XX 201n
McIver, ——: capt., British privateer, and seizure of U.S. merchant ship, XV 25n
McJockson, Jehorakim, see McTocksin, Jehoiakim
Mackay, ——: merchant shipmaster, XXI 84n
McKay, Alexander: accompanies Alexander Mackenzie in exploration, XVII 363
MacKay, John: merchant shipmaster and customs regulations, XII 591
Mackay, Mungo: Boston merchant, on improvement of Boston Harbor, V 517–18, 523
Mackay, Samuel: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 328, 439n, 604; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 498, 562, 563, 649, XXIV 8, 59, 106, 285–86, 637, 638, 645
Mackay and Dixey: Staten Island, N.Y., textile manufacturers, XI 253
McKean, Thomas: chief justice (Pa.), III 700, XII 67n, and George Logan’s visit to France, XXII 184n, and Pa. republicanism, XXIII 1–2, and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 9–14, 131n, 208n, 262n; delegate, Continental Congress (Del.), III 205n, and Baron von Steuben’s claim, V 213n, VI 311n, 312n, 313–14; governor of Pa., XXIV 23n, 118n, 450n, and election of 1800, XXV 52n, 87, 344; and Hamilton’s law practice, V 238, 253; petition of, as public creditor, VIII 403n
McKee (McGee), Alexander: British deputy Indian superintendent, Detroit, relations of U.S. and Great Britain with Indians, VIII 544, XIII 215n, 327n, XIV 140n, XVI 408n
McKee, John: comment on Additional Army candidate (Tenn.), XXII 311; U.S. Indian agent, Southwest Territory, XXI 213
McKee, Robert: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 140
McKee, Samuel, Jr.: ed., Papers on Public Credit, Commerce and Finance by Alexander Hamilton, XVIII 46–47n
McKennon, —— (Mr.): accuses Hamilton of aristocratic views, XII 610n
McKenny, John: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 108
Mackenzie, Alexander: description of explorations of, XVII 362–64, XIX 219n
McKenzie, James (Samuel): pension of, V 385, VI 132, IX 462, XIII 82, 124, 569, XV 517, 559, XVII 516
Mackenzie, Roderick (cousin of Alexander Mackenzie), XVII 363
McKenzie, Samuel (Dr.): Army (American Revolution), I 213
McKenzie, Strachen, and Company: London merchant firm, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 637n
Mackenzie River, Canada: explored by Alexander Mackenzie, XVII 364n
McKern, James: Providence, R.I., cotton manufacturer, IX 448
McKerries, James: Scot who brought plans for machines to U.S., IX 434, 434n
McKesson, John: clerk of N.Y. Assembly, III 147, 163–64, 196, 666; notes of, on N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 11–12, 27–31, 45–49, 52n, 58–60, 63–64, 75–77, 86–89, 105–8, 113, 126–31, 136–37, 139–40, 141–42, 143–44, 145, 159, 167–68, 179n
Mackey (Machee, Mackee, Mackie), John: War Department agent (Quasi-War), XXIII 514, 539, 543, 568, 570n, 571, 572n, 573, 577, 689
Mackey House (The Dennis Kennedy House), I 364n
Mackie, Isaac: merchant shipmaster, and customs regulations, XII 39n
Mackie, Peter: Philadelphia merchant, goods seized by French privateer, XV 206–7n; and notes of Bank of North America, V 524
Mackie, Thomas: Philadelphia merchant, notes of Bank of North America, V 524
Mackinac, see Fort Mackinac and Michilimackinac
Mackinac Island, see Michilimackinac
McKinley, William: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 131n, 378, 380n
McKinnen, Daniel: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXII 266n
McKinney, Joseph: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 144, 145
McKinsey, James: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 289
McKinstry, George: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 96
Mackintosh, Sir James (Jacques): honorary French citizenship, XII 546
McKnight, Robert: Philadelphia magistrate, XXV 241n
McKowen (McGowen), James: and Hamilton’s arrival at Albany, N.Y., after yellow fever attack, XV 345n
McLane (McLean), Allen (Allan): Army (American Revolution), II 29, 78, 105, 105–6; U.S. marshal, district of Del., payments for office expenses, XV 502, XVII 501, for taking census, XIII 102, XV 536
McLane, Henry: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 417
McLane, Rebecca (wife of Philip Hamilton, II), II 29n
McLaughry, see McClaghry
Maclay, Samuel: member, House of Representatives (Pa.), XX 134n, 447n
Maclay, William: U.S. Senator (Pa.), V 569, 570n, pay, XIII 59, 60, 61, proposal for funding debt, XIX 73n
McLean, see also McLane
McLean, Archibald: publisher, New-York Daily Gazette, V 342n, 355n; publisher, New-York Daily Gazette and General Advertiser, XXII 216n, XXIII 20n
McLean, John: ed., The Independent Journal: or, The General Advertiser, V 342n; publisher, The Federalist, IV 288, V 342
McLean, John, and Company: printer and publisher, The Independent Journal: or, The General Advertiser, Hamilton’s accounts with, III 9
McLean, John: Dutchess County, N.Y., farmer, report on petition of, XVI 83–84
McLean, John and Archibald, (McClean) and Company: and Hamilton’s account with New York City, III 60; publisher and printer of The Federalist, IV 288, 289, 290, 291, 296, V 342n
McLean, Roger: petition of, XI 287
McLendon, S.G.: History of the Public Domain of Georgia, XXII 525n
McLene, James: Pa. Antifederalist, VI 12
McLeod, James: Navy candidate (Quasi-War), XXIV 644
McMahin (McMahan), Robert: plastering lighthouse, S.C., IX 70
McMahon, Cornelius: Army (Quasi-War), court-martial of, XXIV 18
McMaster, John A.: A History of the People of the United States from the Revolution to the Civil War, III 530n, XVIII 485n
McNabb, William: and supplies for Fort Niagara, XXIII 489n
McNair, Alexander: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 135, 146
McNair, Dunning: Army supplies, western posts, XVIII 45
McNairy (McNeery), John: comments on Additional Army candidate (Tenn.), XXII 311; U.S. judge, Southwest Territory, pay, XIII 78, 563, XV 514, XVII 513
Macnaughten, Auly: commissioner to regulate shipping on Cape Fear River, and construction of Cape Fear lighthouse, VIII 295, 464–66, IX 173–75
McNeal, William: report on petition of, XVI 100
McNeery, see McNairy
MacNiff, Patrick, XXVI 868; justice of peace and surveyor, Northwest Territory, XXII 573, XXIII 379
Macomb (McComb), Alexander: N.Y. merchant and speculator, V 240n, VII 25, XIII 502n, XIX 232n, 312, 313n, XXI 148n, XXII 21, XXIV 81n, XXV 318n, XXVI 40n, 681n; agent for Udny Hay, XIV 315–16, and attorney for others, XV 579, XVII 542; Hamilton’s debt to, XVIII 507; and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 205, 294, 314, XX 210, 217–18, 304, 452, XXVI 460; land speculation, III 52, 634n, V 239, X 580, XII 422; and “Million Bank,” X 525n; Ohio Company, subscription to for education, XXVI 473n; security speculation, Panic of 1792, and failure of, XI 127n, 186–87, 259–60, 263–64, 272–73, XII 63, 258n, XXVI 653n, 657, 660n; and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, XI 186–87, 259–60, 356n, XII 30, XXVI 658–59. See also Macomb, Edgar, and Macomb
Macomb (McComb), Alexander, Jr.: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 93, 107; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 111
Macomb, Edgar, and Macomb, XXVI 460n; contractors for British Indian Department before American Revolution, III 634n, XIII 502n, XIV 316n, XX 218n, XXIV 81n
Macomb (MaComb, McComb), James and Alexander: and Hamilton’s accounts and law practice, III 49
Macomb, William (brother of Alexander Macomb): British merchant at Detroit, XIII 502, XX 218n, 452n, XXIV 80, XXVI 460n; Hamilton’s conversation with, VII 608–13. See also Macomb, Edgar, and Macomb
Macomb (Macomb’s) Purchase, XII 422, XXVI 40n, 47, 48n, 53n, 63
Macon, Nathaniel: member, House of Representatives (N.C.), XVI 210n, XVII 507, XX 447n, XXVI 193n, pay, XV 508
Macpherson, David: Annals of Commerce, Manufactures, Fisheries, and Navigation …, XIII 397n, 398n, 399–400n, 400–1n, XIV 397n, XIX 220n
Macpherson (McPherson), William, XXI 519; Army (American Revolution), II 375, 599, 602, 636; comments on Additional Army candidates (Del., Mass., N.H., N.J., and Pa.), XXII 109, 122, 132, 133, 134, 136, 138, 140, 141, 142, 144, 283, 321; and defense of New York City, XXII 378, 393, 401–2; Eventual Army (Quasi-War), and Fries’s Rebellion, XXII 388, 540, 548, 550, 551, 558, 579, 584–85, 591–92, XXIII 1, 75, 76, 110, 178–79, 640, and extra pay, XXIV 345, and organization of the Army, XXII 388, XXIII 149, 208, XXVII 18; inspector of the revenue for the port of Philadelphia, XVIII 32n, XXI 519n; naval officer, port of Philadelphia, XVIII 32; surveyor of port of Philadelphia, XXI 519n; Treasury bills on Amsterdam, XIII 496; and Washington’s funeral services, XXIV 113, 115
“Macpherson’s Blues”: Pa. volunteer co., commanded by William Macpherson, XXII 283
McQueen (McWhan), John: and petition of Catharine Greene, X 466
Macquer, Pierre Joseph: French chemist, XXIV 69n
McRae, Duncan: and loan office certificates, IX 122–23, 191, 387–88, XVI 629
McRae, James M.: postmaster, Alexandria, Va., XIX 85, 86n
McRae (McRea), John: Baltimore, Md., importer, and customs regulations, VIII 38, 437–38, 462, IX 79, 164
MacRea (McRhea), William: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 77, 168, XXIV 607, 613
McRee, Griffith: Life and Correspondence of James Iredell, One of the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, XXV 485n
McRee, Griffith John: collector of customs, Wilmington, N.C., and Army contracts (Quasi-War), XXIII 10, 639, 645, XXIV 409, 410n
McRhea, William, see MacRea, William
McStephens, James: contractor for navigational aids on Cape Fear River, IX 249–50, 317
McTocksin (McJockson, McToksin), Jehoiakim (Jehorakim): pay as guide and interpreter in Sullivan’s expedition (American Revolution), XI 12n, XII 270, XIII 104
McVickar, John: debt to Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 303
McWhan, see McQueen
Macwhorter (MacWhorter, McWorter), Alexander (Rev.), XXVI 788, 813, 868; chaplain (American Revolution) (N.J.), I 283; comment on Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 610; recommends son-in-law for Government job, V 506
Macwhorter (MacWhorter, McWhorter), John G. (C.) (son of Alexander Macwhorter): Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 124, 130, 131; Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 571
McWhorter, Thomas: commissary of hides, Continental Army, XIII 40
McWilliams adsm Wright: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 67
McWilliams, Robert: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 61, XXVI 463
Robert McWilliams v James Keating: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 66
Robert Williams v Elihu Marshall and James Bingham: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 463
McWilliams, William: Army (American Revolution), I 229
Madeira, IX 43; U.S. commercial agent at, see Pintard, John M.; U.S. consul at, see Pintard, John M.; U.S. trade with, VII 200–1, 444–45
Madelin, Louis: Fouché 1759–1820, XXVI 741n
Madison, James, IV 307–8, 234, VI 11, VII 397n, IX 413n, 531, 532, XI 546, XII 254, 370, 617, 618n, XIV 256–57n, 544n, XV 154n, XVI 270n, XIX 496n, XX 149, 369, XXV 248, 385, 426n, 585n, 599n, XXVI 158, 451; author of The Federalist, IV 287–301, 370n, 377–84, 390–95, 493n, 494–97, 497–502, 502–7, 508–14, 514–20, 520–24, 524–26n, 527–33, 533–39, 555–61, 561–69, 644, 648, 650, V 201, 208n, XVIII 290, XXIV 390, 396–97, XXV 552; on charges against Hamilton as monarchist, XXV 536, 537–38; delegate, Annapolis Convention (Va.), III 683–84n, 686n, 690; delegate, Constitutional Convention (Va.), notes on proceedings of, IV 158–59, 187–95, views and proposals at, IV 161, 165, 172, 177, 215n, 218, 245, XII 357n, XXV 536, 537–38, 539n, XXVI 148–49, 161; delegate, Continental Congress (Va.), (1780–1783) III 199n, 202n, 207n, 210n, 213n, 224n, 225n, 229n, 234n, 237n, 238–39, 244n, 246–47n, 249n, 253n, 260n, 264n, 280n, 285n, 299n, 314, 322, 327n, 333n, 336, 340–41, 342n, 352n, 353n, 363n, 364n, 366, 377n, 378n, 399n, 400–1n, 405n, 408–9, 411n, 412, 414, 431, 448, 469–70, XI 427, XIX 376, 377n, XXVI 431, 435n, (1786–1788) V 310n, “Address to the States, by the United States in Congress Assembled,” XI 427, 427n; delegate, Va. Ratifying Convention, and correspondence with Hamilton on ratification of Constitution, IV 647, 649–50, V 2–4, 4, 7, 9, 13–14, 35, 61, 80, 91, 91–92, 137, 140–41, 147–48, 175, 177–78, 184–85, 187, XII 396, on Jefferson’s views on Constitution, XII 396, 511; on Hamilton’s Letter on John Adams, XXV 181; Letters and Other Writings of James Madison, III 683–84n, IV 299n, 378n, 526n; member, House of Representatives (Va.) (1789–1797), and applications for office, IV 531, candidate, U.S. Minister Plenipotentiary to France (1794), XVI 422, contributions to Washington’s Farewell Address, XX 169–70, 174–76, 295n, and Federal City, XI 51, XXV 357–58, and Philip Freneau, XI 435–36, 438, XII 192, 196, 275, XIV 201, on funding and assumption of state debts, VI 276n, 487n, XII 238–39, 257, XIX 72, 73n, Hamilton on, (1789) V 488, (1795) XIX 397, Hamilton on opposition of to Hamilton’s policies, views, and entire program (1792), XI 427–45, on Hamilton’s “Camillus” essays, XVIII 478, Hamilton’s indebtedness to in “Report on Public Credit,” VI 56, 58–59, 64, 65, 92n, and Hamilton’s “Opinion on Constitutionality of an Act to Establish a Bank,” VIII 111–12n, and Hamilton’s “Report on Manufactures,” IX 528, X 264n, and Hamilton’s 1795 “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 47, 48, honorary French citizenship, XII 546n, and House of Representatives action on Jay Treaty, XX 22–23, 65, 66, 72–73, on House of Representatives investigation of Hamilton’s policies (1794), XVI 195n, 249–50n, 251, 272, influence of Jefferson over, XIII 377, 378n, and Jefferson’s reply to George Hammond’s letter on U.S. violations of 1783 peace treaty, XI 408, 455n, opposition to construction of a navy (1794), XVI 307n, opposition to Hamilton’s policies (1791), VII 616, pay, XIII 65, 67, 69, XV 508, XVII 507, and Philadelphia yellow fever epidemic (1793), XV 322n, 373–74n, and plans for raising a revenue and extinguishing debt (1789), V 439, 485n, 525–27, and political alliance between Va. and N.Y. (1791), VIII 478–79, political implications of trip with Jefferson to N.Y. and New England (1791), VIII 479n, IX 534, XII 158, proposals for Washington’s Third Annual Address to Congress (1791), IX 403, and proposed mission to England (1794), XVI 264, proposed resolutions for commercial retaliation against British (1794), XIII 407, XVI 132, 188–90, proposes direct tax (1795), XXV 363, support of Giles resolutions for investigation of Hamilton’s policies (1793), XIII 541, on U.S. commercial policies, XIII 407, 429n, views on France (1791), VII 441, 442n, views on Great Britain (1791), VII 441, 442n; and presidential campaign and election (1800–1801), XXV 303; and presidential election (1788–1789), IV 235–37; proposed by Hamilton as one of three commissioners to France (1797), XX 480–81, 522, 545, 547, 567, 569–70n, 571–73, 574–75, XXI 20–21, 22–23, 33, 71, 75, 81–82, XXV 144, 232; and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 134, 139–40, 163, 317n, 320n; Secretary of State, and cession of La. by Spain to France, XXV 373n, 386, and “Georgia Compact,” XXVI 81n, instructions on La. to Charles Pinckney, XXVI 4n; recall of William Vans Murray as U.S. Minister to Netherlands, XXV 407n, 507n, and resignation of Rufus King as U.S. Minister to Great Britain, XXVI 25, 26–27; and Va. Resolutions, XXII 454n
Madras, India, IX 43, 45
Madrid, Spain, VII 64n, 363n, 364, XIII 148n; British Minister Plenipotentiary at, VIII 277; court of, and American Revolution, II 499, and first League of Armed Neutrality, XVIII 437n; John Jay at, IV 156n; rate of exchange with, I 379; U.S, chargé d’affaires at, V 205, 383, VI 558n, XI 68n, 402n, XII 284–85n, 296n, 303n, 405n, 440n, 627n (see also Carmichael, William); U.S. commission to, XI 69n, 402–3, XIII 139, XV 229
Magaguadavic River, New Brunswick, Canada: and U.S. boundary, VII 114n, X 494–95n, XXVI 532
Magaw, Robert: Army (American Revolution), II 273, 277, 280, 282, XIII 340
Magaw, Samuel: American Philosophical Society, secretary, VIII 29; comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 134
Magaw, Samuel B.: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 134, 145
Magaw, William: comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 134
Magee, James: shipmaster in China trade, IX 42n, XVII 117
Magna Carta, III 485, IV 35, 705
Magner, Edward, Jr.: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 380n
Magnien, Bernard: opposition to policy toward France, XXI 472
Mahan, Alexander: debt to Nicholas Cruger, I 12
Maher, Perce: and customs regulations, XVI 150–51
Maine, District of, IX 178n; in American Rev, II 147; and Army (Quasi-War), XXII 386, 456, 494, XXIII 30, 150, 167–68, XXIV 89; boundary of, in Jay Treaty, XVIII 411n; and customs regulations, IX 107, 243, 483, XVIII 177, XXVI 649n, Hamilton on, VI 389–90; and excise, organization under, VIII 189, IX 426, inspector of the revenue for, IX 427, XVIII 233–34; Hamilton on, in The Federalist, IV 422; land speculation in, by William Bingham, XXIV 82n, by William Duer, XI 157, 266n, by Henry Knox, XI 266n; lighthouse in, XVI 471n, XVII 430; U.S. attorney for the District of, see Lithgow, William, Jr.; U.S. District Court of, seal for, VII 419; U.S. judge for the District of, pay, V 387, VI 129, IX 458, XIII 120 (see also Sewall, David); U.S. marshal for the District of, settlement of accounts with U.S., IX 465 (see also Dearborn, Henry, and Hobby, John, and Jackson, Jonathan, and Parker, Isaac); U.S. Representative from, see Dearborn, Henry, and Thacher, George
Maintenon, Françoise d’Aubigné, marquise de: and persecution of Huguenots, IV 311n
Mair, John: An Introduction to Latin Syntax …, IX 561n
Maitland, David: New York City merchant and partner of William Seton, XV 404, 414, XVI 492, XX 157n, XXI 28
Maitland, Richard: N.Y. Assembly bill on estate of, IV 105
Maitland, Thomas: British diplomat, and Santo Domingo, XXII 426, 474
Maitland, William: The History of London, From Its Foundation by the Romans, to the Present Time …, I 387
Majority: nature and role of, Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 366, 405–8, 432, 500–2, 539, 545–46, 602, 620, 623, 631, 660, 718–19
Makepeace, George: owner of snow Suckey seized by British, XV 25n
Málaga, Spain: and French seizure of American vessels, XX 519n; and wars of French Revolution, XXI 499
Malay settlements: commerce of, IX 51
Malbone, Francis, XVI 65n, 453, 489; member, House of Representatives (R.I.), XV 462n, XVI 210n, 540–41
Malcolm, Samuel B.: candidate, New York City notary, XXIII 62, 63n
Malcom, Finley: and customs regulations, VII 151–52
Malcom, Sarah: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXII 215n
Malcom (Malcolm), William, V 335n, VIII 139, XXI 126n, XXIII 371n, XXV 296n, XXVI 871; Army (American Revolution), I 274, 297, 534–35, 544, 553, 585, 592, II 26, 34, 39, 58, 71, 82, 183n, 190n, 370, 384; and Hamilton’s law practice, IV 155, XXII 215n, XXVI 470n; and Hamilton’s letter advocating monarchy, XXVI 203, 209, 210; Hamilton’s opinion of, III 140; member, N.Y. Assembly, III 109n, 139, 672n, IV 2n, 25n, 31, 40, 67n, 71n, 106, 123n; and N.Y. election of 1789, V 274n, 313; proposed as, commissioner of accounts, III 153, 170–71n, 186, receiver of Continental taxes, N.Y., III 139–40, 212n
Maley, William: Philadelphia shipmaster, III 473
Mallet, Jon: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 58
Malmady (Malmedy), François, marquis de: Army (American Revolution), I 246, 306, payment to estate for service, VI 542
Malmesbury, James Harris, 1st earl of, XXII 261n, XXVI 865; peace mission to France, XX 415, 416–17n, XXI 115, 204n, 375, XXV 164
Malone, Dumas: Jefferson and His Time, VIII 479n, XII 164n, XVIII 479n, XXI 409, XXV 450n, 452n, XXVI 141n
Maloney, William: private (American Revolution), back pay, XIII 298
Malt: duty on, X 16–17n, proposed, XXVI 514
Malta: Order of, XXV 432; and wars of French Revolution, XXI 489n, 532, XXII 2, 45, 376, XXVI 124n
Maltbie, Jonathan: capt., Conn. revenue cutter, IX 425, 528–29, candidate as, VII 76, 101–2
Malt liquors: bounty on, X 120; duty on, proposed, X 17, 35–36, 119–20, 184, 210–11, 324–25, XI 144, 149, XXVI 632, 638; manufacture of, X 102–3, 119–20, 170, 208, 210–11, 283, 322, 324. See also Ale and Beer and Porter
Manalapan River, N.J., see Penelopean River
Manchac, La., XV 294n
Manchapung River (present-day Blount’s Creek), N.C.: stakage on, XV 270n
Manchester, England, XXV 181n; cotton goods manufacturing, IX 177, X 219, 330, XI 246
Manchester, Va.: arsenal at, appropriations for, IX 469, 470, salaries for workers at, XIII 133; petition of merchants of, XI 49–50; surveyor of customs for the port of, see Braxton, Corbin
Mancius (Mantius), Jacob: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 96, 108, XXIII 267; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 267n
Mancius, Wilhemus (Dr.): Albany, N.Y., physician and yellow fever epidemic, XV 344n
Mandeville, ——: house of, and American Revolution, II 95n, 208
Mandeville (Mandevil), Mary: payment for damage to farm in American Revolution, XIII 95
Mangin, Joseph F.: and fortification of New York City and Harbor, XXI 517, XXII 59, 211n, 266–67, 411, 514–15, XXIII 14, 53, 209, 224–25
Mangourit, Michel Ange Bernard de: French consul at Charleston, S.C., un-neutral acts of, XIV 536n, XV 161n, 625n, 683n, XXVI 704–5
Manhattan Bank, see Manhattan Company
Manhattan Company, XXV 316n, 321, XXVI 16, 126n, 239, chartering of, XXII 446–49, 508–11, 515–16, president of, XXVI 205n; and Merchants’ Bank, XXVI 203–4, 206
Manhattan Island, I 574n, III 28n, 38n, 85, IV 150n; exploration and settlement of, III 714
Manheim, Pa., VI 313
“Manlius”: pseudonym used by critic of Hamilton in election of 1800, XXV 90–91n
Manly, Henry: and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 191n
Mann, George: Annapolis, Md., innkeeper, and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XIII 514, XIV 191n
Mann, Oliver (Dr.): Boston physician, and Hamilton’s law practice, XIX 512n, XXI 118, 288
Manning, Dyer: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 278
Manning, F.E.: U.S. General Accounting Office, statement on Beaumarchais’s claim, XX 360n
Manning, Martha, see Laurens, Martha Manning
Manning, Pierce: assignee, XIII 564
Manning, William: English banker, VI 267
Manning and Vaughan: English banking firm, VI 267
Manomet, Mass., see Plymouth, Mass.
Manquilla, Egypt, I 386
Mansell, see Maunsell
Mansfield, Jared: rector, Hopkins Grammar School, New Haven, Conn., and opposition to Constitution, IV 240
Mansfield, John: Army (American Revolution), Battle of Yorktown, II 680–81
Mansfield, William Murray, 1st earl of: on property in public funds, XIX 342n
Mansfield, Conn.: manufacturing at, IX 354, 355–57
Manson, Duncan: report on petition of, VIII 274–75
Manson, Jacques Charles de: Tables des constructions des principaux attirails de l’artillerie …, XXIV 98n
Mantel, Francis Christopher: assignee, XIII 104
Mantius, see Mancius
Mantua: and wars of French Revolution, XX 416n, 508n, 534, XXI 31, 61n, 204n
Manufactures: advantages of program for, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 15–16, XXVI 631–47, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 4–5, 6, 24, 26–27, 30–32, 39–40, 49–50, 52–56, 61–62, 63n, 64, 76–77, 78–87, 100–1, 124–25, 127–51, 173–83, 226–27, 230–31, 236, 249–66, 287–96; and agriculture, I 70, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 15–16, XXVI 631, 633, 634–35, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 3–4, 25–26, 30–31, 52–56, 63n, 66–67, 76–77, 78, 82–83, 84–87, 91, 98–100, 125–27, 128, 135–38, 139, 144–48, 150–51, 173, 180, 236, 245–47, 249, 256–66, 286–88, 293–94; and American Revolution, X 2, 9, 32, 177, 290, XXVI 635; arguments against program for, Tench Coxe on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 15–16, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 24–25, 25–30, 33–35, 50–52, 63n, 64–66, 92–98, 124–27, 153–69, 172–73, 230–35, 266–83, 285–87; of arms, and site of military academy, XXIV 73; for Army, Hamilton on, XVII 584, XXIII 603; and Bank of the U.S., Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 115, 194, 309–10; and banks, VIII 218–19, 221, 222, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 21–22, XXVI 642, experience of foreign countries, VIII 219, 221, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 40–41, 97, 115, 160, 194, 275, 309–10; and bills of exchange, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 22, XXVI 642, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufacures,” X 40–41, 115, 194, 309–10; and bounties, III 79, IX 162–63, 322, 327, 343, 345, 356, 372–73, 433, 438, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 18–19, XXVI 638–39, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 1, 4, 36–37, 51, 65, 107–11, 121, 126, 153, 185–90, 226–27, 234, 266, 268–69, 298–304, 336–37, in Ireland, IX 437, Washington on, IX 384; and canals, Tench Coxe on, XXVI 520–21, in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 20–21, XXVI 640–41, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 39, 115–17, 194–95, 295, 310–11; and capital, Tench Coxe on, XXVI 521–22, in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 19, 22, XXVI 633, 637, 642, 647, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 31–32, 34–35, 41, 49, 51, 53, 63n, 65, 69, 78, 92, 96–98, 100, 126, 130, 132–35, 152, 154, 159–60, 160–62, 162–69, 233, 239, 269, 274–83, 295; and commerce, I 56, 63, XXV 503, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 16, XXVI 631, 633, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 14, 24, 30, 50, 57, 63n, 125, 178, 230, 291; and communications, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 20–21, XXVI 640, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 38–39, 115; and competition in market, British with U.S. IX 436–39, Tench Coxe on, XXVI 522, in draft of “Report on Manufactures,” XXVI 633, Hamilton on in “Reports on Manufactures,” X 24, 96, 151–52, 172–73, 179, 233, 268, 285; and corporations, IX 252, in France, IX 252; and diversification, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 78, 83–84, 249, 256; domestic, XVII 31, and excise, XVI 398–99n, and imports, IX 371–72; and drawbacks, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 20, XXVI 639–40, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 37–38, 112–13, 192, 306–7; and duties, IX 327, Tench Coxe on, XXVI 521, in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 16–18, XXVI 631–32, 637–38, 643, Hamilton on, XI 84–86, 142, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 35–36, 39, 51, 65, 107–8, 126, 184, 191–93, 234, 272, 296–97, 305–6; and emigration, XII 26, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 16, XXVI 631, 633, 636, encouragement of, XI 241–46, XIV 87, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 29–30, 34, 48, 63, 82–83, 91–92, 93–94, 101, 139, 142–43, 151, 155–56, 183, 249, 253–54, 270–71, 296, from Ireland, XI 242, 243, 244, 245, 328, from Scotland, XI 328; and employment, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 63n, 78, 81–83, 139, 141–42, 249, 252–53; encouragement of, V 124, 483, VIII 126, IX 323, 327, 330, 438, 448, Tench Coxe on means of in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 16–23, XXVI 637–46, Hamilton on means of in “Report on Manufactures,” X 35–43, 47–49, 107–117, 117–24, 184–96, 296–311; in Europe, IX 251, X 61, 90, 273, XI 244–46, distance from, X 63n, 291, trade policies, X 3, 4, 31–32, 63n; and exports, prohibition of, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 185, 297–98; foreign, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 22, XXVI 643, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 24, 28–29, 65, 80, 127, 151–52, 157–58, 172–73, 266, 268–69; and free trade, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 3, 56–57, 89–90, 149–50, 262–63; in Great Britain, VIII 556–57, XI 246, XVI 226–28, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 3, 31n, 82, 93, 112, 115–17, 141, 142, 191, 194–96, 214, 253, 273–74n, 304, 310–11, 320; Hamilton on, in The Federalist, IV 340, 347, 473, 477–78, 480, 481, 483–84, 547, 560–61, in “Report on the Bank,” VII 273, 277–78, 317, 320–21; Hamilton’s request for information on, VI 207–9, 460, VIII 224–25, 235, 434, 497–98, IX 4, XXVI 507, and House of Representatives, VIII 498n; information on, in Boston, IX 162–63, in Conn., IX 318–63, in Mass., IX 177–80, 371–75, in N.H., VIII 435–36, IX 213, in N.J., IX 193–94, in Philadelphia, IX 517, in Providence, R.I., IX 432–49, in S.C., IX 170–71, in Va., IX 275–82, 299–304; instructions to John Jay concerning, XVI 322, 357–58, 383; in Ireland, XI 243, 244; Jefferson on, X 4–5; and labor, IX 354, by children, XI 243, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” XXVI 636, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 29, 34, 45, 63n, 81–82, 92, 103, 106, 142, 155, 252, 253, 270, by women, XI 243, Tench Coxe on in draft of “Report on Manufactures,” XXVI 636, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 29, 33–34, 63n, 81–82, 92, 106, 142, 155, 252, 253, 270, 333n; and loans, foreign, VIII 535, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 6, 48, 49, 160, 275; and lotteries, IX 178, 321n, 322–23, 325, 354; and machinery, XI 243, 244–45, 246, XXVI 828, Tench Coxe on, XXVI 522, in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 23, XXVI 636, 639, 643, 646, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 47, 63n, 78, 80–81, 95, 102, 106, 114, 130, 131, 139, 140–41, 155, 156–58, 198, 239, 249, 251–52, 307–9; and mercantilism, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 50, 64–65, 125–26, 232–33; and monopoly, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 24, 51, 63n, 65–66, 108, 126–27, 172–73, 184, 234, 285–86; and navigation, inland, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 39, 116, 194–95, 310–11; and Physiocrats, Hamilton on in “Report of Manufactures,” X 8, 236, 246–47; and premiums, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 12, 18, XXVI 638, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 48–49, 111–12, 153, 190–91, 229, 266, 268, 304–5, 338–40; productivity of, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 8, 26–27, 52–53, 63n, 70–78, 128–29, 130–51, 236, 237–48, 249, 287–88; and products to be encouraged, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 17–18, XXVI 632, 637–38, Hamilton on, XXVI 512–17, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 43–46, 63n, 101–7, 117–24, 198–226, 287–88, 314–36; and public credit, VI 71, X 3; and public debt, XXV 361, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 22, XXVI 642, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 3, 6, 34–35, 41, 100, 162–69, 277–83, 295; and public securities, Tench Coxe on, XXVI 521–22; and raw materials, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 16, 21, XXVI 633–34, 636, 641, 647, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 25, 86–87, 102, 147, 157–58, 198, 272–73, 297–98; regulation of, Tench Coxe on in draft of “Report on Manufactures,” XXVI 641–42; and rewards to inventors and introducers of machinery, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 18, XXVI 639, 643, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 36–37, 48, 114, 192, 228–29, 308, 338–40; and roads, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 20, XXVI 640, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 39, 115, 116, 194, 195, 310, 311; and slavery, XI 242; societies to promote, in Great Britain, X 112, 191, 304, 338n, XI 242, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 112, 190–91, 228–29, 304–5, 338–40, in Ireland, IX 436–37, XI 242, in Philadelphia, IX 438, XXVI 507, 519n, 520n, plan for, VIII 300, in Scotland, X 112, 191, 304; and specie, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 177, 290–91, 295; and speculation, IX 327, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 182–83, 295–96; and states, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 98–100, 106, 180–82, 293–95; success of, in U.S., Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 32, 50, 64, 101–2, 125, 169–72, 230, 283–85; and taxes, Tench Coxe on in draft of “Report on Manufactures,” XXVI 636, Hamilton on in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 123–24, 130, 134, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 95, 157, 196–97, 272, 312–13; Washington on, VI 208–9n, X 13, 331n, XX 381, 384, 387–88; and western lands, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 18, XXVI 638–39, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures, X 36, 50, 63n, 87–88, 91, 148, 261. See also The American Museum and Barton, William (Pa.), and Bingham, William, and Carey, Mathew, and Cazenove, Théophile, and Clavière, Etienne, and Columbian Magazine and Coxe, Tench, and Hume, David, and individual products, and Necker, Jacques, and Postlethwayt, Malachy, and Smith, Adam, and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures
Manumission: Henry Laurens on, III 606–7
Manumission Society, see Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves
Many, James B.: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 77
Maple sugar: manufacture of, IX 8
Marat, Jean Paul, XXI 2; and French Revolution, XIV 475, XV 671
Marble: duty on, proposed, XXVI 515
Marblehead, Mass: collector of customs at, VI 498 (see also Gerry, Samuel R., and Harris, Richard), accounts, XI 236; fortification of (Quasi-War), XXII 528–29n, 610; port of entry, customs accounts, XIII 36–37, 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85
Marbletown, N.Y.: act to incorporate, IV 492
Marbury, Leonard: Army contractor, pay, XVII 525
Marbury, William: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 137
Marbury v Madison, XXII 137n
Marcellin, Antoine Villette de: faculty, Columbia College, XXV 58n
“Marcellus”: pseudonym of author of articles attributed to Hamilton, XXI 387
Marchant, Henry: U.S. judge, District of R.I., XXVI 598, 614, and customs regulations, VII 69, 91, 373, VIII 16, 30, 37, IX 205–6, 215, 283, 304–5, 308, 415, 477–78, XII 299–300, XV 597, XVI 23, 164, 302, 410, 488, 572, 614, XVII 170, XXVI 625, discusses candidates for U.S. attorney, District of R.I., XV 447–48, and embargo, XVI 247–48, 410, pay, XIII 54, 565, XV 501, XVII 500, XXVI 675–76, 699–700
Marck, see also Mark
Marck (Mark), Philip: N.Y. merchant, seeks Government appointment, XIV 410–11
Marcus Aurelius, XIX 103
Marcus Hook, Pa., XI 396n; in American Revolution, I 312
Marcy, N.Y., XIX 200n
Marengo, Battle of, XXV 81n, 332n
Marenty Bay, Va.: distilleries at, IX 279
Maret, Hugues-Bernard, duc de Bassano: French Secretary of State, XXV 147
Margaret: vessel in China trade, XVII 118n
Margarita Island: and Francisco de Miranda’s plans for liberation of South America, XXIII 497n
Margot River, Southwest Territory, XV 298, XIX 360n
Maria (British brig): register of, VI 458, XXVI 537, 541–42
Maria (brig from Kingston, Jamaica): seizes American ship, XV 25n
Maria (Mariah) (brig from Providence, R.I.): and embargo, XVI 222, 238, 247, 256, 379n, XVII 370
Maria (sloop): and customs regulations, X 397
Maria (Swedish ship): dispatches from Lisbon, XV 457n, 460
Maria Charlotte (ship): and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 304n
Marie Antoinette (queen of France): execution of, XIV 292
Marie Françoise (ship): and customs regulations, XII 409–10
Marie-Galante (Marigolante), French West Indies, I 380
Marietta, Northwest Territory, XXVI 671; Indian attack on, VIII 124n; troops at, IX 473, XI 362, XXVI 652, 687
Marine, minister of: Hamilton on need for (1779, 1780), II 246, 408; Robert Morris’s proposals for, III 328–29
Marine committee, see American Revolution, Army, and Congress (under Articles of Confederation)
Marine department, see American Revolution, Army, and Public creditors
Marine hospitals: Hamilton’s report on, XI 294–96
Mariner, William: N.Y. Tory, dinner with, VI 489n
Marine Society, New York City, XXV 389n
Marion, Francis: Army (American Revolution), II 530
Marion County, S.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Mark, Elizabeth (Mrs. George): report on petition of, XI 300, 305–6
Mark, George: and wife’s petition, XI 305–6
Mark, Jacob, see Mark, Jacob, and Company
Mark, Jacob, and Company: New York City merchant firm, copper supply for Mint, XVII 437–38, 438n, 462, XVIII 30n, 161–62; Hamilton’s accounts with, III 55, 60; Hamilton’s purchase of land from, XXI 93–94, 96–97, XXII 395–96, XXV 392–93, XXVI 38, 38–39n, 154n, 220, 276, 860–61; holder of Government securities, XIII 494
Mark, J. and P., see Mark, Jacob, and Company
Mark, Philip, see Mark, Jacob, and Company
Mark, William: and petition of his mother, Elizabeth, XI 305–6
Markets: for American products, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 30–31, 61–62, 78, 84–87, 143–48, 175–76, 179, 230, 256–60, 288–92, 297, 305–6
Markland, Nathan B.: Additional Army candidate (Tenn.), XXII 310, 311
Markoe, Abraham: St. Croix resident, III 474, 574
Markoe, Peter (son of Abraham Markoe): Philadelphia lawyer, III 474, 574
Marks, Peter S.: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 585, XXIV 247, 360, 362
Marks, Solomon, Jr.: and stock transfer, XI 360–61
Marlboro (Marlborough) County, S.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Marlborough, John Churchill, 1st duke of, I 366, V 265; and Queen Anne, IV 184n, 312n; and War of Spanish Succession, IV 314, 314–15n
Marlborough, Sarah Jennings Churchill, duchess of: and Queen Anne, IV 183, 312n
Marlborough, Md., XIII 516
Marles (Marls), Charles: Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 124, 131
Marony, William: Army (American Revolution), I 420n
Marriage Treaty of Charles II of England and the Infanta of Portugal (1661), XIX 502n
Marrow, Daniel: substitute for son (Quasi-War), XXIII 672
Marsden, England: Arkwright’s textile works at, VIII 556–57
Marseilles, France, I 380, V 454n, VII 432, IX 503n; riot at, XII 643; U.S. vice consul at, see Cathalan, Stephen
Marsh, Amos: U.S. attorney for District of Vt., recommendation of, XVII 330
Marsh, Daniel: Army contractor (American Revolution), II 339; John Cleves Symmes’s representative for Symmes’s Purchase, XVI 153
Marsh, Philip: “Further Attributions to Hamilton’s Pen,” XI 255n, 483n, XII 412n; “Hamilton’s Neglected Essays, 1791–1793,” X 521n, XI 530n, 550n, 581–82n, XII 123n, 225n, 266n, 558n, XIII 33n, XV 193n; “Randolph and Hamilton,” XII 412n
Marsh, William: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 272
Marshall, Andrew: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 74, XXIV 90
Marshall, Ann, see Daveiss, Ann Marshall (Mrs. Joseph)
Marshall, Charles: Philadelphia druggist, tariff material for “Report on Manufactures,” IX 517
Marshall, Christopher: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 317, 334
Marshall, Christopher, Jr.: Philadelphia druggist, tariff material for “Report on Manufacturers,” IX 517
Marshall, Elihu: gauger, N.Y. customshouse (Confederation), and Hamilton’s accounts, III 37; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 463
Marshall, Hetty Morris (Mrs. James) (daughter of Robert Morris and sister-in-law of John Marshall), trip to Europe, XVIII 362n, XIX 309, XX 56n, 188
Marshall, Humphrey: U.S. Senator (Ky.), XXI 439n, comment on Additional Army candidate (Ky.), XXII 286
Marshall, James (Pa.): register and recorder, Washington County, Pa., and excise opposition (1791), XVII 28, 29n, 30, 182; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 10n, 131, 383
Marshall, James M. (John Marshall’s brother and Robert Morris’s son-in-law), XXII 260n; and Lafayette, XV 639n; trip to Europe, to purchase U.S. lands, XV 592, 631, to sell land for Robert Morris, XVII 362, 363, XIX 309, XX 40, 56, 187–88, 529, XXI 89, 96
Marshall, John, XI 118n, XIV 545, XV 20n, 593n, 631n, XVIII 11, 362n, XX 56n, 112, XXII 260n, XXIV 385, 389, 509n, XXVI 140; and Alien and Sedition Acts, XXII 470; and Carriage Tax case (U.S. v Hylton), XVIII 41, 202–3; Chief Justice of U.S., XXV 387, 387–88, 614n; commission to France (1798), member of, and return to U.S., XXII 423–24, and XYZ affair, XXI 340–41n, 366n, 368–77, 378–79, 409, 428, 430n, 431n, 432n, 436n, 443–44, 458, 463, 489, XXII 3n, 5n, 187; and Convention of 1800 with France, XXV 291; declines appointment as Attorney General, XIX 357; and election of 1800, XXV 258, 273, 290–91; and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 249; on Patrick Henry as presidential candidate, XX 152–53; and Jay Treaty, XIX 451n, XX 137–38; The Life of George Washington …, XXV 604n; member, House of Representatives (Va.), XXIII 112, XXIV 250n; nominated and declined appointment as Secretary of War, XXIV 468, 511; proposed as Minister to France, (1794), XVI 422, XX 223; sale of securities, VI 274; Secretary of State, XXIV 484n, 491n, XXV 73, 160, 241, 258, 274, 331, Hamilton sends views on relations with France, XXV 128–29, on relations with Santo Domingo, XXV 80
Marshall, Louis (brother of John Marshall), XXII 260
Marshall, Thl.: comment on Additional Army candidate (Vt.), XXII 118
Marshall, Thomas: Army (American Revolution), and Hamilton’s abortive duel with William Gordon, II 125–26, 140, 141
Marshall, Thomas: member of prize crew on the Eliza, XX 325, 337
Marshall, Thomas: and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, VIII 556–57, 571–73, IX 73–74, 121, 250n, 267–69, X 345, XI 370, 456–57, 499, 612, XII 13, 141, 217, 516–17, XIV 171, 189, 246, 303, 318, 419–20, XV 107–8, 330, 408–9, dismissal from, XX 200
Marshall, Thomas: inspector of the revenue, Survey No. 2, Ky. District, and Survey No. 7, Va., IX 35, 130, 429, XI 117–18, 407, XII 412, 598–99n, XIII 306n, XVI 550, 561, XVIII 154, 196, and carriage tax, XVIII 153–54, as a distiller, XVIII 154, 193; supervisor of the revenue, Ohio, and inspector of the revenue, Survey No. 1, Ohio, XVII 418n, 461n
Marshall, William (John Marshall’s father): clerk, District Court, Va., XII 39n, XV 20, pay, XV 503
Marshel, James: demands right of navigation on Miss. River, XVI 259–60n; excise opposition, XII 308–9n, 540
Marsh (Marshy) Lake, Canada: and boundary dispute in Northwest, XIX 238n
Marston, John, and Brother: New York City merchants, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 15–16
Marston, Thomas: New York City merchant, III 15n
Martens, Georg Friedrich von: Law of Nations, XVIII 437n, 441n, XIX 505n; Précis du Droit de Gens moderne de l’europe …, XV 185n
Marteson, Garret: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 94
Martha (schooner): and customs regulations, XVII 105, 148, 567; passport issued to, XVI 375–76
Martha (ship): and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 464–65n
Martha’s Vineyard, Mass., VIII 584n, XII 69n, 314; in American Revolution, II 382, 423
Martin, Absalom: surveyor for Government, VI 416, 461, pay, XIII 104, 137
Martin, Alexander: governor of N.C., and payment of state debt, XXVI 539, 549, and state fiscal policy, VIII 509n, 514n, 520, 565–68, IX 27, 123, 191–92, XII 304, 509n; U.S. Senator (S.C.), XII 569n
Martin, Joseph: Indian agent, pay, XIII 50, 142
Martin, Josiah: royal governor of N.C., II 254
Martin, Luther: delegate, Constitutional Convention (Md.), IV 174–75, 221–22n, 660n
Martin, Margaret Elizabeth: Merchants and Trade of the Connecticut River Valley, XII 152–53n
Martin, Nathaniel: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 373
Martin, Robert: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 373
Martin, Simeon: and embargo, XVI 311
Martin, Thomas (N.H.): career, XXII 113n; collector of customs, Portsmouth, N.H., XXIV 588; comments on Additional Army candidate (N.H.), XXII 113; surveyor of port of Portsmouth, N.H., IX 105, 208, 213
Martin, Thomas (Va.): Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 581, 586, XXIV 40, 41, 204, 244
Martin, William (District of Me.): and customs regulations, VIII 577, XVI 155–56, 472
Martin, William (N.C.): N.C. election (1796), and object of dispute in James McHenry’s resignation as Secretary of War, XXIV 510n
Martin, William (N.J.): Army (American Revolution), I 263, 267
Martin, William (R.I.), lighthouse keeper, Newport, R.I., VII 95, 342, XII 414n, XXVI 556, 570, 573, 575
Martin County, N.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Marting, Elizabeth: “Arent Schuyler and His Copper Mine,” XVII 428n
Martinique (Martinico), XI 27, XVI 291n, 310, 413n, 559n, XVIII 314n; in American Revolution, I 256, 483, II 128, 321; difficulties of U.S. trade with, X 392n, XIV 154–55, XVI 418n, XIX 443–44n, XXI 497, 503
Martinon, Nicholas Francis: plans for fortification of U.S. ports, XXI 377n
Mary (brig): and customs regulations, VI 571
Mary (of Boston): register of, XVI 596
Mary (ship): and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 395
Maryland, III 257, 480, 584, 602, VII 133, VIII 59, 464n, IX 177, 289, XIX 439, XXIV 103–4; Additional Army candidates from, XXII 19, 137, 288–310; accounts with U.S., and Bank of Md., VIII 409, 506, XII 108, funding and assumption, VI 111, 119, 183, VIII 443n, 452, 509–10, IX 561–63, X 538, 545n, 551, 552, 555–56, XI 301, 304, 308, 392, 397, 473–76, XIV 496–97, XVII 554, payment for Md. line, IX 470–71, XI 152–53, 223, 231, XIII 40, records of under Articles of Confederation, IV 84, revenue from duties, (1789) VI 290, 414, (1789–1790) IX 3, (1791) XIII 577, 578, (1793), XV 575, settlement of, V 568; acts of (in chronological order), “An Act proposing to the citizens of this state, creditors of congress on loan-office certificates, to accept this state for payment, on the terms therein mentioned” (January 15, 1783), IX 561–62, XI 475, 476n, “An Act for the relief of certain foreigners who have settled within this state, and for other purposes, supplemental to the act for naturalization” (November, 1789), X 560, “An Act for the relief of certain foreigners who have settled in this state, further supplementary to the act of naturalization” (December 22, 1792), XVIII 366n, “An Act to appoint a health officer for the port of Baltimore-town in Baltimore county” (December 28, 1793), XVII 127n, 157, “An Act to extend to certain foreigners … further supplementary to the act for naturalization” (December 28, 1793), XVIII 366n, “An Act to regulate and discipline the militia of this state” (December 29, 1793), XVII 198n, 294; agriculture in, IX 376, 377n, 490–93; and alien ownership of land, XVIII 366n; in American Revolution, I 239n, 241, 431, 588, II 14, 59, 63, 64, 266, 305, 310, 312, 392, 532–33, XXVI 362, 363n; and Army (Quasi-War), XXII 67, 240–41, 385–86, 459, 482, 485, 553, 597n, 600, XXIII 73, 75, 94, 98, 104, 107, 110, 119, 150n, 165, 177, 243, 318, 356, 612, 681, XXIV 89, 398n (see also “Circulars to the commandants of regiments”), contracts and contractors, XXIII 10, 262, 272; British consul for, see Thornton, Edward; and campaign for vice-presidency (1789), Hamilton on, V 236, 248–49, 250–51, Jeremiah Wadsworth on, V 252; chief justice of, see Harrison, Robert Hanson; colonial charter of, I 113, 116–17, 119; commerce of, VIII 435; commissioner of accounts, see White, John; commissioner of loans, pay, IX 461, XI 65, 66, XV 559, payment to, XV 563 (see also Harwood, Benjamin, and Harwood, Thomas); congressional election (1792), XIII 220n, 225–26, 228, 513–16; constitution of, XXVI 829, James McHenry on, IX 511, XIII 157, and provision on naturalization, XX 538, 539; at Constitutional Convention, VIII 112n; Continental Congress (Articles of Confederation), delegates to, see Carroll, Daniel, and Hanson, John, and Hemsley, William, and Henry, John, and McHenry, James, and Wright, Turbutt, and vote on limitation of John Adams’s commission as Minister to Great Britain (1785), XXV 117, 200, 201; Continental Congress (2nd), requisitions by, V 566–67n; Continental loan officer for, pay, VI 303 (see also Harwood, Thomas); and customs regulations, V 521, VI 4, 32–33, 40–41, IX 18, 38, XXVI 491–93; and excise, enforcement of (1792), XI 524–28, 601–2, XII 18, 87, 166, 237, 597, inspector of the revenue for, VIII 151, organization under, VIII 368, IX 428, XII 87, 94–95, 166, XIII 157, 322–23, 343–44, pay to officers of, VIII 187–89, XII 95, 97, XIV 485, XVIII 167, 168, supervisor of the revenue for, see Gale, George; and fortification of Annapolis, XVII 398n; French consul at, XI 499n; and Edmond Charles Genet’s policies, Samuel Smith on, XV 254–55; governor of, see Howard, John Eager, and Johnson, Thomas, and Lee, Thomas Sim, and Plater, George; Hamilton on in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 26, 82; House of Delegates, debate over Hamilton’s charges against Samuel Chase, III 1; and impost (1782), III 86n, 207n; invalid pensions, VI 233, 248, 307, estimate, V 392, VI 136, U.S. payments for, IX 470, X 553, XIII 134, 569, XV 526, 570; and Jay Treaty, implementation of in House of Representatives, XX 121, 150–51n; and lighthouse and other navigational aids, V 431, 534, VI 45, 206; political situation in, James McHenry on, (1782) III 127–28, (1789) V 471; and presidential and congressional elections, (1792) XII 212–13, 407, 482, 510–11, 525–27, 568, 602–3, 607–8, (1796) XXIV 450; and presidential campaign and election (1800–1801), XXIV 445, 449, 450–51, 452, 467, 569, 591–92, XXV 2, 4, 28, 34–35, 37, 60, 70, 76, 82, 93–94, 97, 99, 112–15, 144–45, 158, 242, 247, 258n, 300, 302n, 309, 346n; ratification of Articles of Confederation, II 550, 551n, 554, 555, XIX 18n; receiver of Continental taxes in, see Harwood, Benjamin; and refugees from Santo Domingo, XVI 189–90n; revenue cutter (Active) of, VII 447–48, 450, VIII 301–2, 472, IX 238, 497, 508, X 385–87, 512, XI 5, 21–22, 487, 489–91, 498, XII 167, 577, XIII 27, XIV 479, XV 415, 657–58, 659–60, XVI 369–70, 462–63, 532–33, 554, 588, XVII 126–27, capt. of, see Gross, Simon; Senate of, Hamilton on at Constitutional Convention, IV 193; slaves, status of in, XIII 517; supplies for recruiting rendezvous in (1792), XIII 236–37, and troop mutiny (1783), III 400n; U.S. attorney for the District of, see Hollingsworth, Zebulon, and Potts, Richard; U.S. Circuit and District courts, clerk, pay, XIII 58; U.S. judge for the District of, pay, V 387, VI 129, IX 458, XIII 120 (see also Johnson, Thomas, and Paca, William); U.S. marshal for the District of, pay, VI 528, settlement of accounts, IX 465 (see also Graybell, Jacob, and Ramsay, Nathaniel); U.S. Representatives from, see Baer, George, and Carroll, Charles, and Carroll, Daniel, and Contee, Benjamin, and Crabb, Jeremiah, and Craik, William, and Dennis, John, and Dent, George, and Duvall, Gabriel, and Forrest, Uriah, and Heister, Daniel, and Hindman, William, and Kerr, David, and Key, Philip, and Mercer, John F., and Murray, William Vans, and Nicholson, Joseph H., and Pinkney, William, and Seney, Joshua, and Sheridine, Upton, and Smith, Samuel, and Smith, William, and Sprigg, Richard, Jr., and Sprigg, Thomas, and Sterett, Samuel, and Stone, Michael Jenifer, and Thomas, John Chew; U.S. Senators from, see Carroll, Charles (of Carrollton), and Christie, Gabriel, and Henry, John, and Hindman, William, and Howard, John Eager, and Lloyd, James, and Potts, Richard; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 18, 70, 103n, 122, 132n, 136, 142, 144, 150–52, 161–62, 162, 196–98, 201, 215, 218–19, 225–27, 231–32, 233, 235, 237–38, 239n, 241, 242–43, 248, 249–50, 254, 262–63, 266–67, 289, 294–95, 300n, 302, 358–59, 368, 391, 393, 451; and yellow fever in Baltimore, XVII 127n, 157–58
The Maryland Journal, and the Baltimore Advertiser, XII 511n, XIV 190–91n, 201n, 342, 346n
Maryland Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery and the Relief of Free Negroes …: memorial to Md. legislature, XIII 517n
Masham, Abigail Hill, IV 183n
Mason, Arthur: Additional Army candidate (Del.), XXII 283
Mason, David: Army (American Revolution), deputy commissary of stores, II 50, 113
Mason, George: delegate, Constitution Convention (Va.), IV 164, 167, 174, 217n, 218n, XII 357n, XX 23, XXVI 148; delegate, Va. Ratifying Convention, V 14n, 92n; and Hamilton’s “Opinion on the Constitutionality of an Act to Establish a Bank,” VIII 112n; “Objections to This Constitution of Government,” XX 23n; opposition to Hamilton’s fiscal policies, XII 129–34
Mason, George Champlin: Reminiscences of Newport, XXIV 597n
Mason, Isaac: excise opposition, XVII 45n
Mason, Jeremiah: on William Coleman, XXV 451–52n
Mason, John (N.H.): patent from New England Council, and exploration and settlement of North America, III 710
Mason, John (N.Y.) (father of John M. Mason): Columbia College trustee, IV 377
Mason, John (R.I.): Providence, R.I., merchant, objects to revenue laws, XIV 216n
Mason, John M.: Presbyterian minister, New York City, XXIII 276, XXV 403; A funeral oration … for the Death of Gen. Washington, XXIV 257n; and Hamilton’s death, XXVI 317n, 349
Mason, John Thompson: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 301
Mason, Jonathan: director, Mass. Bank, V 532n; U.S. Senator (Mass.), XXV 239, 247
Mason, Jonathan, Jr.: director, Mass. Bank, V 532n
Mason, Stevens T.: U.S. Senator (Va.), XVII 440, XXV 570n, and Jay Treaty, XVIII 390n, 394n, XIX 450–51n, XX 397
Massac, see Fort Massac
Massachusetts, III 106, 284, IV 295, VIII 27, 146, 185, XIII 210, XXIV 558; Additional Army candidates from, XXII 315–39; abolition of slavery in, XVIII 158; accounts with U.S., of Army before 1789, V 380, funding and assumption, VI 57, 59, 60, 111, 118, 119, 363, VIII 29, 426, 443n, 452, IX 10–11, X 543n, 551, 555–56, XI 303–4, 392, 397, XII 238, XIV 187–88, 496, 497, XVII 539, 555, XVIII 455, 491–92, XX 474n, and Mass. line, arrears of pay of, XI 51–53, 190, 575, VIII 401–2, 405, with Navy Board, XI 57, records of under Articles of Confederation, IV 84, revenue from duties, (1789) VI 290, 414, (1789–1790) IX 3, 4, (1791) XIII 577, 578, (1793) XV 575, settlement of, V 568; acts of (in chronological order), “An Act to Empower the Treasurer to Receive Government Securities on Loan, to the Amount of Eight Hundred Thousand Pounds” (May 15, 1781), VII 28, “An Act for Granting to the United States of America the Several Public Light-Houses Within This Commonwealth” (June 10, 1790), XIII 503, “An Act for Regulating the Manufacture of Nails Within this Commonwealth, & for Repealing All Laws Heretofore Made for that Purpose” (March 10, 1791), IX 373–74; amendment to Constitution proposed by, XV 314n, XX 52–53n; and American Revolution, I 203n, 245, 257, 264, 325, 335, 347, 358n, 364n, 429n, 438n, 447–48, 584n, II 28, 29, 95n, 118, 120n, 122, 126n, 144–45, 147n, 148n, 149–50, 163, 175, 184, 227n, 341, 366, 367n, 502n, 511n, 512n, 587n, 589n, 681n, XXVI 373n, alliance with Va. in Continental Congress, II 490, 491n, and militia of, I 320n, 349, 355, 356–57, Penobscot expedition, XIX 9n; and Annapolis Convention, III 685; and Army (Quasi-War), XXII 67, 240–41, 386, 484–85, 494, 598, 600, 608, XXIII 10–11, 27–30, 66, 76, 81–84, 94, 98, 108–9, 119, 137–38, 141–42, 149–50, 167–68, 177, 249–50, 258, 259, 319–20, 341–42, 356n, 458–59, 465–66, 480, 497–98, 499–502, 509, 513–14, 529–30, 560–64, XXIV 8–9, 23–24, 37–38, 57–60, 87–88, 93, 105–7, 171–72, 329–30 (see also “Circulars to the commandants of regiments”), contracts and contractors in, XXIII 124, 142n, 194n, 237n, 250, 252, 254n, 262, 293, 320, 342, 499, 502, 530–31, XXIV 106–7, 428n, 456n; attorney general, see Sullivan, James; banking in (1792), XI 502–3n; boundary of, and Jay Treaty, XIX 240–41, 243–44; as a colony, Hamilton on in The Farmer Refuted and A Full Vindication, I 49, 113, 128, 136, 141, Hamilton on banking in, VII 244; and claim of Andrew G. Fraunces, XIV 464–65, 530n; commerce of, (1789) V 466–71, 479–81, 509, VI 21, 27–30, (1790) VI 424–26, and shipbuilding of (1791), VIII 248–52, 436; commissary general of, see Devens, Richard; commissioner of loans for, pay, IX 461, XI 64–66, XV 559, payment to, XV 562 (see also Appleton, Nathaniel); commissioners to settle the accounts of, see Flint, Royal, and Imlay, William; congressional elections in (1802), XXVI 72n; constitution of, II 311; at Constitutional Convention, IV 167n, 217n, VIII 112n; Continental Congress (Articles of Confederation), delegates to, see Gorham, Nathaniel, and Higginson, Stephen, and Holten, Samuel, and Osgood, Samuel, and devaluation of currency, III 200n, vote on limitation of John Adams’s commission as Minister to Great Britain (1785), XXV 117–18; Continental Congress (2nd), requisitions by, V 566–67n; Continental loan officer, pay, VI 303 (see also Appleton, Nathaniel); and convention of eastern states, III 314n; and customs regulations, VI 519, VIII 553, IX 243, XVI 433–34, XVII 395–96; distilled spirits, duties on before Constitution, VII 218, 230; and duty on pickled fish, VI 375; and Erie Triangle, VIII 326, XI 109n; and excise, Fisher Ames on, IX 187–88, enforcement of, XII 592–93, inspector of the revenue for, see Jackson, Jonathan, and Jarvis, Leonard, organization under, VIII 188–89, IX 426–27, pay to officers of, XII 88–89, 96–97, XVIII 168, revenue from, XI 406, supervisor of the revenue for, see Gorham, Nathaniel; fisheries of, VIII 248–49; governor of, see Adams, Samuel, and Hancock, John, and Strong, Caleb; gubernatorial campaign and election (1800), XXV 106n; Hamilton on, at Constitutional Convention, IV 189, 211, 212, in “The Defence of the Funding System,” XIX 2n, 9n, 13, 13n, 15, 17–19, 20, 26–27, 31, 36, in The Federalist, IV 312, 317, 322, 335, 397–98, 405, 418, 426, 440, 448, 516, 532, 533, 576, 592, 594, 624, 627, 664, 676, 695, 698–99, in “First Report on the Further Provision Necessary for Establishing Public Credit,” VII 218, 230, in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 19, 25, 26, 28, 30, 31, 33, 34, 39, 47, 50, 175, 176, in “Report on the Public Debt and Loans,” X 543n, 551, 555–56; Hamilton on trade with N.Y. (1782), III 106, 134; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 627, 631; and Hamilton’s proposed financial policies for U.S. (1781), II 612–13, 617, 621, 630; Hamilton’s trip to (June, 1800), XXIV 574, 577–85, 597–98; invalid pensions in, estimate, V 391, VI 136, U.S. payments for, VI 248, IX 10, 470, XIII 134, XV 527, 570; Jay Treaty, implementation of in House of Representatives, XX 150–51n; land dispute with N.Y. (1783–1786), I 41, III 14, 613, 624, 702–3, IV 17, V 232, 332, XXVI 806; laws of, sent to Hamilton, VI 9; lieutenant governor, see Adams, Samuel; lighthouses and other navigational aids in, VI 43–44, 46, 47, 194, 297–99, 307, 406, 428, 475, 493, 520, VII 95, XI 415n, XIII 503–4, 568, XV 332, XVII 269, 443, 449, superintendent of lighthouses, see Lincoln, Benjamin; manufacturing in, VI 207–8, 460, IX 162–63, 177–80, 371–75, 434; and northeastern boundary dispute between Great Britain and U.S., XXVI 532–33; paper money in, IV 87; payment by Robert Morris for Phelps-Gorham land, XVIII 341n, 362n, 460; presidential election (1788–1789), V 228, 235, 251, 252; presidential campaign and election, (1796), XX 403, 407, XXIV 575n, (1800–1801), XXIV 445, 447–48, 452, 467, 574–77, 584, 597–98n, XXV 4, 32–33, 57, 59n, 64, 69–70n, 86, 100, 106, 109, 145, 149, 158, 238–39, 242, 247, 250n, 258n, 309, 345; Ratifying Convention of, IV 507–8, 698–99n, V 5, 26; receiver of Continental taxes, see Lovell, James; revenue cutter of, VI 381, VII 31–32, 162, 192, 447–48, VIII 61–62, 286, 317, 346, 406–7, 569–70, IX 130–31, 208, 284–85, 293, 297–98, 411–12, 454, 498, 506, XIV 188, XVI 124n, 184n, capt. of, see Williams, John Foster; state collector of customs, see Henshaw, Samuel; state elections (1803), XXVI 103n, 115n; state of economy in (1792), Fisher Ames on, XI 501–2; Speaker of House of Representatives of, see Sedgwick, Theodore; and suit against William Bingham, XIV 154–55; treasurer of, see Hodgdon, Alexander; U.S. attorney for the District of, see Davis, John, and Gore, Christopher, and Otis, Harrison Gray; U.S. judge for the District of, pay, V 387, VI 129, IX 458, XIII 120 (see also Lowell, John); U.S. marshal for the District of, pay, VI 528, settlement of accounts, IX 465 (see also Bradford, Samuel, and Brooks, John, and Jackson, Jonathan); U.S. Representatives from, see Ames, Fisher, and Bartlett. Bailey, and Bourne, Shearjashub, and Cobb, David, and Coffin, Peleg, and Dexter, Samuel, and Foster, Dwight, and Freeman, Nathaniel, and Gerry, Elbridge, and Goodhue, Benjamin, and Learned, Amasa, and Leonard, George, and Lyman, William, and Otis, Harrison Gray, and Parker, Isaac, and Pickering, Benjamin, and Pickering, Timothy, and Quincy, Josiah, 3rd, and Sedgwick, Theodore, and Sewall, Samuel, and Shepard, William, and Strong, Caleb, and Treadwell, John, and Wadsworth, Peleg, and Ward, Artemas; U.S. Senators from, see Cabot, George, and Dexter, Samuel, and Goodhue, Benjamin, and Mason, Jonathan, and Sedgwick, Theodore, and Strong, Caleb; and Vt. (1782–1783), III 205–6, 212, 236, IV 114, 322n; War Department agent in, see Jackson, Jonathan; whale and codfisheries, X 21n. See also Maine, District of, and Shays’s Rebellion
Massachusetts: revenue cutter, Mass., VIII 569–70
Massachusetts Bank, VIII 395; accounts with U.S. Government, XIII 105, 139, XIV 65, 66, 94, 95, 96; Fisher Ames on, IX 56–57, 187, XI 501–2; and background to Hamilton’s “Report on the Bank,” VII 237, 240–41n, 241–42, 247–48, 254, to Hamilton’s “Report on the Mint,” VII 469; Bank of England as model for, VII 237; and Bank of the U.S., VIII 61, 396–97, IX 56–59, 187, XI 151–52, subscriptions to, VIII 396–97; charter of, VII 247–48, 254; and counterfeiting, VI 1–2; drafts on and deposits in, by commissioners of loans, VIII 34–35, 154, 161–62, 192, 199–200, 316, 321, 342, 502, IX 78, 550, 559, XI 75, 166–68; founding of, VII 240–41n, 241–42; in Hamilton’s “Opinion on the Constitutionality of an Act to Establish a Bank,” VIII 93, 121; in Hamilton’s “Report on the Bank,” VII 280, 323; and investigation of Treasury Department, XIV 94, 95, 96, XVI 110; miscellaneous transactions for and with U.S. Government, XIII 105, 139, XVI 110, XXVI 524; president and directors (1789), V 532n; James Sullivan on, XI 502n; transactions with collectors of customs, V 399, 530, 531–32, VI 1–2, 331–32, 477, IX 218–19, 284, 497–98, XI 578–79; U.S. deposits in, XIV 94, 95, 96
Massachusetts Bay Colony, I 115, XIX 240, 241; charter of, I 116, 120, III 711; exploration and settlement of North America, III 710, 711
“A Massachusetts Federalist”: pseudonym used by polemicist in 1800 election, XXV 34n
Massachusetts Fire and Insurance Company, XXVI 159n
Massachusetts Historical Society: early history of, XXV 182n
[Boston] Massachusetts Mercury, XXIII 12–13n, XXV 150–51n
[Worcester] Massachusetts Spy: founding of, XIII 378n
Massasoit: Mass. Indian chief, and exploration of North America, III 710
Massena, André: and wars of French Revolution, XXII 576
Massey, Ebenezer: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 75, 165–66, 183, 608, 610, 616, 629, 648, 654, XXIV 547
Masson, Frédéric: Le Departement des Affaires Etrangeres Pendant La Revolution, 1787–1804, XII 434n
Mather, Ralph: New York City merchant, and business dealings with Robert Morris, XX 454n, 478, 537, 550
Mathers, James: appropriation for services under Confederation Government, XI 10, 12; doorkeeper of U.S. Senate, pay, XIII 63, 147, 563, XV 506, XVII 505
Mathers, James (Md.), Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 308
Mathew, Job: governor, Bank of England, XXV 599n
Mathews, Catharine Van Cortlandt: Andrew Ellicott: His Life and Letters, XXIV 178n
Mathews, George: Army (American Revolution), II 273, 277, 278, 280, 282; governor of Ga., armed force and relations with Indians, XV 644n, XVI 28n, 589–90, 600, XVII 202, 271–75, and fiscal policy of U.S., XVII 243–44, 245; member, House of Representatives (Ga.), on Hamilton’s dispute with Aedanus Burke over militia, VI 353–41, pay, XIII 64, 67, 69
Mathews, Jesse: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 96
Mathews (Matthews), John (Ga.): supervisor of revenue, District of Ga., and inspector of Survey No. 1, Ga., VIII 188, 404, IX 430, XI 350, XII 601, accounts of, XV 488–95, pay, XII 95
Mathews, John (S.C.): chancellor of S.C., and petition of Catharine Greene, X 417–18, 464–65; delegate, Continental Congress (S.C.), II 226, 306, 329, 330, 487, 579, XXVI 405
Mathews, Mary Wragg (Mrs. John), II 487
Mathews County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Matlack, White: New York City brewer, and Hamilton’s accounts, XXVI 466n; inventor of steel furnace, VIII 166–67; and Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, III 597
Matlock Bath: Derbyshire, England VIII 557
Matronalia; Roman festival, I 394
Matthews, see also Mathews
Matthews, —— (Mr.): and Hamilton’s accounts, XXV 9
Matthews, Albert: “General J. S. Eustace,” XXII 213n, 214n; ed., “Journal of William Loughton Smith, 1790–1791,” XIII 393n
Matthews, David: Loyalist and last mayor of New York City before American Revolution, I 237n
Matthews, Hugh: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 290
Matthews, John: blockhouse repair, Gallipolis, payment, XVII 524
Matthews, John: clerk, register’s office, Treasury Department, pay, XI 391, XIII 466
Matthews, Joseph: applicant for Federal office, VIII 151n
Matthews, Thomas: Va. militia, and dispute over pilot boat, XVIII 9n, 13, 17–18n, 157–58, and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 365, 479, 581
Matthews, William: applicant for Federal office, VIII 151n; career, XXII 289n; member, House of Representatives (Md.), comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 289, 290, 291, 292, 293, 295, 298, 300, 301, 304, 306, 308
Mattocks, ——: shipmaster, XXVI 92
Mattoon, Ebenezer: comment on Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 320
Mauduit Du Plessis, Thomas-Antoine, chevalier de: Army (American Revolution), I 230, 286, 492, 566, II 2, 515
Maulde, Etienne de: French Minister to The Hague, complains of William Short’s conduct, XII 461–62
Maumee Indians, see Miami Indians
Maumee River, see Miami River
Maund, John J.: Army recruiting in Va. (Quasi-War), XXIII 673
Maunsell (Mansell), John: major general in British Army, report on petition of, to N.Y. Assembly, IV 1; mortgage on the Grange, XXV 398
Mauritius, see Île de France
Maury, James: U.S. consul at Liverpool, and U.S. neutral rights, XV 315
Maverick, Peter R.: payment for seals for U.S. courts, XIII 101
Mavooschen (Mawooshen) (Cape Elizabeth, Me.): and exploration and settlement of North America, III 712
Maximilian I: Holy Roman emperor, IV 668
Maxwell, Cornelius: assistant doorkeeper, U.S. Senate, pay, XV 507, XVII 505; messenger, U.S. Senate, pay, XIII 63, 71
Maxwell, Hugh: surveyor, N.Y.-Mass. boundary, XVIII 341n
Maxwell, James (R.I.): R.I. merchant, and customs regulations, IX 477–78
Maxwell, James (Va.): and lighthouse on Cape Henry, Va., VI 491, 492n
Maxwell, Solomon: Army contractor (Del.), payment, XIII 569, XV 524
Maxwell, William (N.J.), XI 198, 574; Army (American Revolution), I 205, 206, 252, 323, 324, 325, 486, 490, 503, 504, II 8, 9–10, 12–13, 30, 42, 44, 228, 335n
Maxwell, William (N.Y.): New York City tobacco manufacturer and merchant, VIII 167, IX 366, 529–30; director, Bank of N.Y., III 15, 515n, 596, V 370n; house rental from Hamilton, XXVI 458n; member of committee for repair of City Hall, V 240n
Maxwell v Franklin: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 64
Mayer, Andrew: receipt from, XII 22
Mayer, Jacob: U.S. consul, Cap-Français, XXII 474, dismissal, XXV 79n
Mayer, John G.: Army contractor (S.C.), pay, XV 523
Mayly, John: and Hamilton’s accounts, III 12
Mayo, Bernard: ed., “Instructions to the British Ministers to the United States, 1791–1812,” IX 5n, X 374n, 375n, 496n, XI 213–14n, 447n, XIII 273–74n, XV 257–58n, 682–83n, XV 130n, 280n, 281n, 348n, 485–87n, 549n, XIII 402–3n, XIX 117n, 489n, XXI 44–45n, 308n, 456–57n, 497n
Mazurie, James: assignee, XIII 564
Mazzei, Philip: Jefferson’s letter to, XXIV 581–82n, XXV 290, 311
Meacham, John: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 329
Meade, George: Phila merchant, VI 572, VII 444; assignee, XIII 564, 565; and Cerrachi’s bust of Hamilton, XVIII 504; and John B. Church’s accounts, III 56; payment to, for interest on loan office certificate, XIII 100, 142; purchaser of Treasury bills on Amsterdam, XIII 497; and ship seizure by France, XV 589n
George Meade, John Durkin, and John Milloway v The Brigantine Catharine, XV 589n
Meade, Jasper: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 271
Meade, Levy: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 318, 329
Meade, Mary Fitzhugh Grymes Randolph (Mrs. Richard Kidder), II 535n, III 70, 151
Meade, Richard Kidder: Va. farmer and friend of Hamilton, II 685, III 69–70, 122, 150–51, V 537–38, XVII 295–96; Army (American Revolution), Washington’s aide-de-camp, I 585–86, II 174, 185, 186, 287, 288, 318, 418, 428, 490, 533–35, XXVI 397, XXVII 5; marriage of, II 353, 397, 456, 491n, 493, 533; recommendation by (Quasi-War), XXIII 270, 336n
Meals, John: Army contractor (Ga.), payment, XIII 295
Measam, George: deputy clothier general (American Revolution), I 554, 560, 571, 572, II 76
Mease, James: clothier general (American Revolution), I 264, 333, 433, 479–80, 488, 501, questions concerning his accounts, III 503, XI 340, 404
Mease, John: clerk, office of commissioner of the revenue, XVI 253–54, 315, 550, 561, XXVI 845, pay, XIII 448, 464
Meason (Measan), Isaac: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 47n, 183, 186, 188
Mechanics: British policy toward, Hamilton on in A Full Vindication, I 69, 74; Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 347, 480
Mechanics, New York Society of, XIII 481n, opposition to Jay Treaty, XVIII 482–83n, 483
Mecklenburg (Mecklenbergh) County, N.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Mecklenburg County, Va., XXIII 495n; excise survey, IX 428
Medals: payments for, for Indians, VI 536, for officers of American Revolution, VI 187, 188
Medical department: and petition of Catharine Greene, X 437
Mediterranean Sea, I 42, 144, 147, 380, 390
Medusa (French frigate): Jean Antoine Joseph Fauchet’s return to France, XIX 206n, 296n
Meeker, Denman, and Company: Philadelphia merchants, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 88
Meeker, Samuel: Philadelphia merchant, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 88
Meetkirk, William: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 184, affidavit of, XVII 87n
Megaris: ancient Greek district, and Pericles, IV 311
Meigs, —— (Lt.): and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 208
Meigs, John: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 274
Meigs, Josiah: publisher, New Haven newspaper, and the Constitution, IV 241; seeks publishing job in New York City, XXI 358–60
Meigs, Return Jonathan: Army (American Revolution), I 298, 336, II 439, 509; payment for expenses of Quebec prisoners (American Revolution), XIII 194, XIV 161–62, XV 579, XVII 542
Meisinger, Jacob, XI 310
Melas, Michael F. von: and wars of French Revolution, XXV 331
Melfort, Louis Drummond, comte de: Traité sur la cavalerie …, XXV 29n
Mellen, James: Army (American Revolution), II 602–3n
Mellores, J.: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 19
Melville (Melvill), Thomas: surveyor for port of Boston and Charlestown, Mass., and customs regulations, VI 246n, 499, VIII 583, IX 107, 208, pay, IX 182, XV 679, XVI 44
Melvin (Melven), George: assistant deputy quarter-master general (American Revolution), and claim of Samuel Prioleau, XVI 88
Meminger, Theodore: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 76, 307, 580n, 686, XXIV 606, 609, 612, 615, 619, 624, 631, 637, 646, 671
Memorials, see Petitions
Memphis, Tenn., XV 289n
Mendenhall, Thomas: applies to be assay master of Mint, XXVI 669; payment for making certificate paper, XIII 108
Mendy, W. (Dr.): minister (American Revolution), II 354
Menema, Daniel, XXVI 790; Army (American Revolution), I 472; and N.Y. election of 1789, V 262n; sheriff of Queens County, IX 247
Mentges, Francis: excise opposition and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 2–6, 9, 240, 338, 341; and Quasi-War, XXIII 619, 658
“Mentor”: pseudonym ascribed to Isaac Ledyard, VII 461n, XI 3n
Mentor, III 579
Mentor’s Repy to Phocion’s Letter: pamphlet ascribed to Isaac Ledyard, III 530–58, XXVI 479n
Mentzes, —— (Dr.): British Army (American Revolution), I 437
[New York] Mercantile Advertiser: publisher of, XXVI 781n
Mercantile Company: Albany, N.Y., banking association, XXVI 204n
Mercantilism: and background to Hamilton’s “Report on Manufactures,” X 3, 12; Hamilton on, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 50, 64–66, 125–26, 232; Adam Smith on, X 232–33n
“Mercator”: pseudonym used by critic of Hamilton’s Treasury policies, XII 320–21n, 320–27, 357–59n, 357–61
Mercer, Archibald: deputy governor, Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, XI 246–48, 281, 348–49, XII 215–16, 219, XXVI 657n, 658; part owner of armed ship Portsmouth, XI 592
Mercer, Charles Fenton: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 363
Mercer, George: Va. planter, Washington seeks to aid in business, IX 363–64
Mercer, Hugh: Army (American Revolution), XIX 440n; payment of pension to son of, V 385, VI 132, IX 462, XIII 83, 124, XV 560
Mercer, James (brother of George Mercer): Va. attorney, IX 364n
Mercer, John (N.J.): Army (Confederation), pay, XIII 298
Mercer, John (Va.) (father of James and George Mercer): pre-Rev. Va. lawyer and land speculator, IX 364n
Mercer, John F.: XI 546; Army (American Revolution), I 508; delegate, Constitutional Convention (Md.), IX 511n; delegate, Continental Congress (Va.), III 295, 314n, 361n, 367n, 373n, 411; dispute with Hamilton over Treasury policies, XII 214n, 481–90, 490–92, 510–11, 525–27, 572–76, 602–3, XIII 13–14, 24, 157, 218–28, 289–90, 390–92, 513–18, XIV 178–79, 189–90, 200–1, 204–5, 250–52, 294, 342–43, 361–62, XV 122, 310, XVI 188, XX 396, XXI 302; member, House of Representatives (Md.), XI 138n, 351n, XII 213, pay, XV 508, XVII 507, resignation, XVI 189n; member, Md. House of Delegates, IX 511; member, Md. Ratifying Convention, opposes ratification of Constitution, IX 511n; opposition to, John Adams, XX 396, Hamilton’s funding policies, XI 436, 543; support for France, XXI 473n
Mercer, Sophia (Mrs. John F.), XII 486n, XIV 189
Merchant: news from London, XXI 84n
Merchant (N.Y. ship): seized by French privateer, XXI 463n
Merchants, as an interest group: advantages of national bank to, Hamilton on, VIII 219; effect of British policy on before American Revolution, Hamilton on, I 69–74; Hamilton on, in The Federalist, IV 347, 477–78, 480–81, 483, 547, 560, in “First Report on the Further Provision Necessary for Establishing Public Credit,” VII 222–24, in “Opinion on the Constitutionality of the Act to Establish a Bank,” VIII 126, in “Report on the Bank,” VII 271, 319
Merchants’ Bank (1792), New York City, X 525n
Merchants’ Bank (1803), New York City: application for charter, XXVI 203–8; articles of association, XXVI 104–10; and Hamilton, XXVI 104n, 153, 286, 299; and N.Y. banking act, XXVI 204n, 214–15
Merchants’ Bank Stockholders, XXVI 104n
Merchant’s Coffee House, New York City: meeting held to found Bank of N.Y., III 514–15n
The [Philadelphia] Merchants’ Daily Advertiser, XXI 156–57n
Mercier, John D.: auditor, Board of Treasury, VI 361; and claims against U.S., VIII 139n, XII 148–50, XVI 81
Mercier, Joseph: payment to, for interest on loan certificates, XIII 100, 138
Mercury (American brig): and British capture of Henry Laurens, II 477n
Mercury (British frigate): arrival in New York City with definitive peace treaty, III 413, 415n, 432n
Mercury (French supply ship): and American Revolution, I 218n
The [Boston] Mercury and New-England Palladium, see Massachusetts Mercury
Meredith, David: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 339n
Meredith, John: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 134
Meredith, Jonathan: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 339n
Meredith, Reese, see Meredith and Clymer
Meredith, Samuel: Treasurer of U.S., XXVI 757; accounts, disbursements, receipts, and transfer of Government funds, V 370, 394–95, 412, 442–43, 444–45, 498, 516, 524, 529, 559, 579, VI 9, 14, 35, 205, 369, 397, 417, 431, 446, 554, 562, 571, 576, VII 34, 64, 90, 132, 133, 169, 190–91, 203, 209, 347, 374, 376, 382, 385, 410, 415, 422–23, 440, VIII 1–2, 25–26, 34–35, 38, 49–50, 146, 161, 191–92, 200, 204–5, 208, 223–24, 225, 227, 235, 276, 293, 333, 335, 336, 339, 346, 357, 442, 469, 507, 517, 518, 528, 548, 551, IX 10, 69–70, 78, 120, 176, 185, 190, 222, 260, 265, 270, 412, 414, 431–32, 450, 476, 485, 550, 559, X 508, 561, 562, 570–71, 572–73, XI 26, 28, 31, 43–44, 75, 112–13, 128, 158, 161, 164, 169, 221, 258, 290–91, 297–98, 298, 351–52n, 450, 606–7, XII 33, 34, 38, 42, 118, 156n, 210, 287, 317, 330, 374, 385–86, 403, 415, 491, 576, 578, 605, 606, 635, 645, XIII 102, 114, 152, 173, 238, 296, 299, 324, 337, 389, 439–40, 454, 461–62, 496, 501, 512, 544, 562–76, XIV 8, 52, 59, 60–61, 63, 64, 65, 66–67, 117, 134, 198n, 203, 292–93, 366, 411, 501, 554, XV 33, 47, 48, 53, 242, 421, 424, 445, 467–68, 469, 519, 525, 534, 577, 645, 652, XVI 6, 21n, 51, 52–53, 105, 107–17, 123, 147, 160, 160–81, 182n, 191, 203, 208, 211–18, 239–40, 254, 294, 337, 394, 396, 411, 444–45, 454, 458, 472, 481, 495n, 503n, 510, 521, 523–24, 527, 534, 555, 562, 605, 618, XVII 7, 92, 114, 120, 151, 191, 199, 209–10, 221, 245, 265, 278, 283, 288–89, 388–89, 403, 404n, 408, 415, 451, 488, 490, 492, 496, 497, 518–19, 532, 535, 539, 544, 546, 575, XVIII 28, 156, 158, 162–63, XXIV 218n, XXVI 482, 498, 535, 600, 605–6; appointment, V 365, 369; assignee, XIII 42, 141, 143, 146, 562, 564, 565, 566, 567, 568, 569; career, XXVI 483n; duties, XVI 115, XVIII 260; and monument to commemorate American Revolution, XVIII 271; pay, XIII 121, 145, 465, XVII 509; payments for office expenses, VI 533, XIII 72, 74, 105, 121, 126, 139, 465, 563, 570, 571, XV 511, 512, XVII 509
Meredith and Clymer: Philadelphia merchant firm, bills of exchange, VI 531, XIII 104, 146, XV 539
Meriwether, Thomas: state secretary, Va., IV 33
Merlin, Philippe Antoine (of Douai): and French Revolution, XXI 76, 376, 383n; and George Logan’s mission to France, XXII 183–84; removed from Directorate, XXIII 267
Mermaid (British ship): prize of French privateer, XVII 192n
Mermaid (British supply ship): American capture of, I 442n
Merril, —— (Mr.): Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 290
Merrill, George: release from debtor’s prison, XXII 187
Merrill, Hezekiah: receiver of taxes, Conn., V 401
Merrill, Stephen: Additional Army candidate (N.H.), XXII 111, 114
Merritt, John: Additional Army candidate (Del.), XXII 283
Merriwether, see Meriwether
Merry, Anthony: member of British embassy, Spain, and U.S.-Spanish negotiations, XI 214
Mersereau (Mercereau), Joshua: career, XX 303n; deputy commissary of prisoners (American Revolution), II 488, settlement of accounts, XIII 200; and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 303; recommends John Harper as Indian agent, XI 344
Mesnager, Nicholas: Minutes of the Negotiations of Mons. Mesnager at the court of England … [ghostwritten by Daniel Defoe], I 383
Messchert, Matthias Huysinga: subscribes to U.S. loan, XI 492
Messenia (Messene), IV 383
Messonnier, Henry: Baltimore, Md., merchant, and customs regulations, XVIII 208
“Metellus”: pseudonym used by Hamilton in article criticizing Jefferson, XII 613–17
Metz, France: military school at, XXIV 68n
Meuse (Maas, Mase) River: and wars of French Revolution, XIV 400, XVII 305, XXI 292n, 525
Mexico, VII 63, 136, XXI 415; coinage of, VII 482; Francisco de Miranda’s plans for liberating, XXI 401, XXII 441; James Wilkinson’s desire to conquer, XXIII 47, XXIV 363n
Mexico, Gulf of, XXIII 47, 383
Meyer, John (Herkimer, N.Y.): comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXIII 625
Meyer (Myers), John (New York City): owner of land bordering Grange property, XXV 398
Meyer, John (Pa.): principal clerk in Treasury Department, IX 172–73, XI 365, XII 106n, 107, XIII 32, XIV 127, XV 376, 661, XVI 426n, 464n, 527, 529n, XVII 325, XVIII 307, XXVI 568n, 667, 727, 729n; assignee, XIII 42, 107, 141, 562; Hamilton’s account with, XVI 564; pay, XIII 74, 463
Meyer, J.R.: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 18
Meyers, Moses, see Myers, Moses
Meyers, Samuel, see Myers, Samuel
Mezentius: mythological Etruscan king, XXI 25
Mézières, ——, chevalier de: and alien landownership in Ga., XIX 280–81n, 290, 291n
Mézières, France: military school at, XXIV 67
Miami Associates, see Miami Purchase
Miami Company, see Miami Purchase
Miami Indians, VI 523, XXII 579n; frontier raids by, VI 486n; Josiah Harmar’s expedition against, VII 345n, 609–12, X 501n, XV 606n; hostility of, XXIII 231; negotiations with, VII 612, VIII 546n, XIV 11n; proposed treaty with, VI 538; proposed U.S. campaign against, VIII 532n
Miami Land Company, see Miami Purchase
Miami Purchase, Northwest Territory, V 496n, VIII 405n; and bounty lands, VI 441–44; extent and history of, VIII 360, 362–63n, XVI 151–52, 153–54n, 530, XVII 81; legislation concerning, XIII 176n; survey of, VII 416n, XI 361–63, XIII 233, XV 81–82, XXVI 581
Miami River (Rivers), Northwest Territory: and Anglo-American relations, XVII 277n, XIX 165, XXIII 379; Indian towns on, VIII 544, 546n; meeting with Indians at, XIII 215n; and Miami Purchase, VI 441, XIII 472n; and Quasi-War, XXII 385, 455, 517, XXIII 219, 228, 289, 390, 418; and survey of Northwest Territory, XI 363; and U.S. relations with Indians, VII 611, 612, VIII 546n, XIII 214n
Miami towns, see Miami Indians
Michael, John: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 582, XXIV 244
Micheau, Philip: member, N.Y. Senate, and U.S. senatorial election (1791), VII 446
Michilimackinac (island and town), Northwest Territory: British post at, and Jay Treaty, XVIII 405n, XIX 166, 168, 207n, 223, XX 307n; exploration and settlement of, III 707; Indian trade and British relations, VII 611, XI 25, XIII 480n, XIX 223; U.S. garrison at (Quasi-War), XXII 455, 517, 569, 573. See also Fort Mackinac
Middlebrook, N.J., see Bound Brook, N.J.
Middlebush, N.J.: in American Revolution, XXVI 358n
Middlesex County, England, IX 440n
Middlesex County, Mass.: excise survey, VIII 189, IX 426; recruiting district (Quasi-War), XXII 494, XXIII 29
Middlesex County, N.J., VI 546n
Middlesex County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Middleton, —— (Mr.): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 647
Middleton (Middlton), Elijah: Bon Homme Richard prize money, XIII 108
Middletown, Conn., VIII 267; and customs regulations, V 520; manufacturing at, IX 319, 321, 350–51; surveyor of customs for the port of accounts of, XI 234 (see also Sage, Comfort)
Middletown, N.Y.: in American Revolution, I 514
Miers, —— (Mr.): affidavit of, concerning Andrew G. Fraunces, XV 587n
Mifflin, John: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 293
Mifflin, Jonathan: Army (American Revolution), I 335
Mifflin, Thomas, XXVI 579; Army (American Revolution), I 203, 293, 479, 501, 528, XXVI 358; career, XXVI 579n; delegate (and president), Continental Congress (Pa.), III 209n, 240n, 263n, 343, 478–79, 480, XXV 237n; governor of Pa., VI 37, 244, VIII 218n, 507, IX 529, XVI 288n, XVII 22n, 414n, XXV 346n, and alleged conversation with Hamilton, XII 610n, and captured British officers, XVI 400, 402–3, considered as Minister to France, XVI 422, 423n, debt to John B. Church, XVI 339, 459, Del. River pilots, XI 395n, and establishment of Presque Isle, XVI 426–27, 505–8, XVII 370–71, and excise opposition, XII 508, XIII 275, 277–78, XVI 296, 297–98n, 441, 461, and French privateers, XV 87, and Fries’s Rebellion, XXII 577, 592, XXIII 1, XXV 226, and Edmond Charles Genet, XV 71–72n, 76, 78, 236–37, 238n, 240, 418–19, and naval rearmament, XVII 247, 252, and Pa.-N.Y. boundary, VIII 325–26, 458, IX 92, 239–40, 245–46, 485, and Pa.’s fiscal relations with U.S., V 562, VI 40, 218, VII 440, VIII 209, 299–300, 318, 410–11, 412, 532–33, IX 310, X 400, 468–69, 483, 517, 524n, XI 551–52, 564–65, XII 113n, 142–46, XV 143, 254, 258–59, 281, XVI 121n, and relations with Indians, XVI 428n, and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 128, 190n, 191, 193, 194, 275, and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 9–13, 18, 61–72, 87n, 131n, 163–67, 169, 174, 180–90, 199, 208, 210–11, 219–20, 238–39, 242, 244, 244–45, 247, 248, 252, 255–56, 256, 259n, 307, 317–18, 320n, 327, 335, 336, 338, 351–52, 353n, 358n, XVIII 351n, XIX 515, and yellow fever epidemic, XV 358. See also “Treasury Department circulars to the governors of the States”
Mifflin County, Pa.: excise survey, VIII 189, IX 427; in Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 241
Miggs, —— (Lt.): and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 208
Milan, Italy: and wars of French Revolution, XXI 116n, 204n
Mildeberger, John: member, coroner’s jury, Hamilton’s death, XXVI 319, 321
Mildeberger, Peter: Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 623
Miles, Samuel (Md.): Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 305
Miles, Samuel (Pa.), comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.) XXII 141
Milford Haven, England: whale fisheries, X 391n
Milias, Johann August: British Army (American Revolution), prisoner exchange, XXVI 386
Military academy: cabinet discussion of establishment of (1793), XV 427; Hamilton’s interest in and proposal for, (1798) XXI 486, XXII 29, 392, 397, (1799) XXII 521, XXIII 247, 596, 603, (1800) XXV 18; opposition to, in Continental Congress (1783), III 391; proposed by Benjamin Lincoln as part of peace establishment (1783), XXVI 439, 441; proposed by Washington in Eighth Annual Message (1796), XX 316n, 317, 381, 384–85, Hamilton’s suggestion to Washington on, XX 317, 381
Military establishment, see U.S. Army
Military magazines: Benjamin Lincoln’s proposal for (1783), XXVI 439, 440–41
Military service: Hamilton on, in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 181
Military Society, New York City: and Jay Treaty, XVIII 483n
Military supplies: duty on proposed, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” XXVI 632, 638, 645; exports of, prohibition of proposed, XXI 38n
Militia: in American Revolution, see American Revolution and army; and campaign against Indians, (1791) VIII 532, IX 471–74, (1794) XVII 292, 296–97; discussion of, in Continental Congress, III 382, in debates at Constitutional Convention, IV 201; Federal legislation on, VI 16, XVIII 286, XXII 381 (see also Congress of the U.S., acts of, “An Act to provide for calling forth the Militia to execute the laws of the Union, suppress insurrections and repel invasions” [May 2, 1792] and “An Act more effectually to provide for the National Defence by establishing an Uniform Militia throughout the United States” [May 8, 1792] and “An Act directing a Detachment from the Militia of the United States” [May 9, 1794] and “An Act to provide for calling forth the Militia to execute the laws of the Union, suppress insurrection, and repel invasions; and to repeal the Act now in force for those purposes” [February 28, 1795] and “An Act authorizing a detachment from the Militia of the United States” [June 24, 1797] and “An Act in addition to an act, intituled ‘An act more effectually to provide for the National defence, by establishing an uniform Militia throughout the United States’” [March 5, 1803]), and James Madison, XI 438; in Ga., XVI 27, 601n; Hamilton on, (1799) XXII 574–75, XXIII 603, (1803) XXVI 84, in The Federalist, IV 421, 426, 434, 439–43, 443–49, 520, 522, 592–94, 625, in N.Y. Assembly, IV 18, at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 153, 169, 180, 192, in Quasi-War, XXII 163–64; Hamilton’s dispute with Aedanus Burke over role of in American Revolution, VI 333–34, 335–37, 353–54, 358; Hamilton’s plan for reorganization of (1794), XVII 582–83; Jefferson on, XXV 447n; in Jefferson’s administration, Hamilton on, XXVI 84, 84–85n; in New York City in Quasi-War, XXII 163–64; in Pa., legislation concerning, XVII 11, 255, 256n; Timothy Pickering on defects of, XXI 504–5; plans for reorganizing after American Revolution, III 393–96, XXVI 439, 441–42; and Presque Isle (1794), cabinet opinion on, XVI 426–27; and Quasi-War, XXII 381, 394, 453; and reaction of New York City to Jay Treaty, Hamilton on, XVIII 512; use of, to quell disturbances in Wyoming Valley (1787), IV 316–17n; Washington’s policy toward (1794), XXII 574–75; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 10–11n, 12–13, 17–19, 21–23n, 28, 64, 66, 68–71, 96n, 102, 103n, 121–22, 122, 130, 136–37, 139–40n, 142, 142–43, 143–45, 150–51, 152–53, 158–59n, 161, 162, 170, 173, 191, 196–98, 208–9n, 210–11, 215, 218–19, 219–20, 224, 225, 226–27, 231–32, 233–34, 234, 235, 236–37, 241–42, 242–43, 247, 255, 260, 265, 267–68, 269, 285, 288, 292–94, 296–97, 300n, 303n, 308n, 309, 312–13, 318, 322, 331–36, 336–37, 338, 341, 350, 378–79n, 381, 391, 439, 442, XVIII 11–12, XIX 244n (see also Maryland and New Jersey and Pennsylvania and Virginia), Hamilton’s views on role of, XXII 394, 453, 574–75
Millan (Miller), Abraham: payment to, for Army supplies (Md.), XIII 566, XV 524
Milledge, John: member, House of Representatives (Ga.), and Ga. boundaries, XXIV 103n, pay, XVII 507
Miller, —— (Mrs.): and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 285
Miller, —— (Mrs.) (N.Y.): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 53
Miller, Abraham, see Millan, Abraham
Miller, Catharine (Mrs. Phineas): widow of Nathanael Greene, sends oranges to Hamilton, XX 419
Miller, Charles: British consul, Charleston, S.C., XVI 447n
Miller, Edward: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 486n, 583, 617, XXIV 245, 657
Miller, Francis: and American Revolution, I 235–36
Miller, Henry: supervisor of the revenue for Pa., accounts of, XXIV 539, XXV 426, appointment, XVI 482, 488, 533, 536, XVII 461, XXVI 848, comments on Additional Army candidates (Pa.), XXII 133, 134, 135, 142, 143, 144, criticism and removal of, XXV 418, 420n, duties of, XVII 376–77, XVIII 27n, pay, XVIII 167, and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 156, 158, 203, 209, 235, 236–37, 285, 300, 322, 327, 331n, 335, 336–37, 358–59, 364–65
Miller, James: assistant quartermaster general (Quasi-War), XXIII 256, 513, 531n, 552n, 564–65, 659, 663, 669, 674, 676, 679, 680, 681, 683, 684, 687, 690, 691, 692, 693, XXIV 156, 190, 211n, 254, 378, 409, 604, 609, 612, 613, 614, 616, 617, 621, 625, 626, 634, 638, 644, 646, 649, 650, 659, 660, 668, 669, 671, 673
Miller, James and William: Philadelphia merchant firm, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 30; purchaser of Treasury bills on Amsterdam, XIII 497
Miller, John: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 298
Miller, John, Jr., XXVI 833, 840, 841; comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 293; inspector of clothing for War Department, XI 205, XIII 357, 449, 508, 509, XVI 365n, 608, pay, XIII 568, XV 524, XVII 525
Miller, John C.: Alexander Hamilton, Portrait in Paradox, II 236, VI 52n, 54n, XXVI 104n
Miller, John D.: member, coroner’s jury, Hamilton’s death, XXVI 319, 321
Miller, Sir John Riggs: and British standardization of weights and measures, VI 466n
Miller, Joseph I.: partner of Israel Whelan, Army contractor, XVII 322, 431, XVIII 25, 26, 161, 172; and land speculations by Tench Coxe, XVIII 266–67, 269, 273, 281, 291–92, 337–39, 346, XIX 88, XX 206, XXI 86, XXVI 746n, 746–47, 749
Miller, Nathan: delegate, Continental Congress (R.I.), and Hamilton’s law practice, III 36, 682, 683, 690
Miller, Peter: report on petition of, XI 288
Miller, Phineas (Catharine Greene’s second husband): tutor to Nathanael and Catharine Greene’s children, XI 571, XVI 401, XX 419n
Miller, Wentworth R.: shipmaster, and customs regulations, VIII 579
Miller, William (Md.): Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 292
Miller, William (Philadelphia): comment on Additional Army candidate (Del.), XXII 284; commissioner of the revenue, XXIV 435, 459, 538–440, succeeds Tench Coxe as, XXI 338n
Miller, William (Washington County, Pa.): and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 53n, 371, 380n
Miller and others v Johnson and others: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 63
Millers and Company, see Miller, James and William
Miller’s Town, Va., XVII 93n
Millert (Millart), Jacob: Army contractor (Va.), XVI 109n, payment to, XVII 522
Millet, Joseph: Timothy Pickering’s servant in American Revolution, IV 538
Milligan, Jacob: assistant to U.S. marshal, S.C., pay, XVII 540
Milligan, James: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 307; comptroller, Treasury Department (Confederation), account with U.S. Government, VI 532, VIII 150n, XVI 82n, 91
Milligan, Robert (Md.): comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 307
Milligan, Robert (Pa.): Philadelphia lawyer, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 647, 650, 690
Millinery: duty on, X 16–17n, proposed, XI 145, XXVI 516; use of whalebone, X 40
“Million Bank,” X 525, 525–26n, XI 3n, 19n, 156n
Millish, Samuel: assignee, XIII 568
Millot (Milot), Charles François Xavier: Elemens d’Histoire Générale …, IV 380
Milloway, John: and ship captured by France, XV 589n
Mills, Elisha: comment on Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 331
Mills, John: attorney for secretary of Northwest Territory, XIII 77
Millsborough, Md., VIII 322n
Mill seats: and manufacturing, X 34, 46–47, 95, 157, 272, XXVI 637
Milroy, John: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 135, 146
Milton, Mass., VIII 523n
Minerva, I 398, 407, IV 311
The [N.Y.] Minerva, see American Minerva
Minerva (ship), XXI 495n
Mines: coal, X 199, 314, in Va., X 205–6, 320; copper, X 203, 318; Hamilton on, in “Report on the Bank,” VII 278, 316, 321, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 145; Hamilton’s proposal for tax on, II 670, III 105; iron, X 198; lead, X 103, in Va., X 205, 319
Mingo Creek, Pa.: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 5–6, 22n, 57, 370, 384–85
Mingo Creek Democratic Society, XVII 369n, 379n, 394
Minima, see Menema
Minio, see Minya
Minisink, N.Y.: and American Revolution, I 589
Minneapolis, Minn.: and U.S. boundary in Northwest, XIX 166n, 239n
Minnes, Callohill: deputy commissary general of stores (American Revolution), accounts, V 217
Minnesota River: and U.S. boundary in Northwest, XIX 239n
Minnigerode, Meade: Jefferson, Friend of France, 1793: The Career of Edmond Charles Genet, XV 378n. See also Wandell, Samuel Meade
Minor, William: Army contractor (Ga.), payments to, XVII 523
Minorca: acquisition by Spain, III 303; and wars of French Revolution, XXII 376
Minority: role of, Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 405–8, 501–2, 538, 631, 660, 718
Minos (king of the Cretans), I 391, 392, 405
Minshutts, J.: Hamilton’s account with Philip Schuyler, III 19
Mint, VIII 168, 395; as an accomplishment of Federalists, XXV 350n, 357, 358; application of Thomas Mendenhall to be assay master of (1792), XXVI 669; application of Samuel Ogden to be director of (1795), XIX 298; application of Jonathan Williams to be treasurer of (1797), XXI 289; appointment of David Rittenhouse as director of and Tristram Dalton as treasurer of (1792), XI 217n; copper for, XIII 257–58, XVII 437–38, 462, XVIII 30–31n, 161–62, 184–85; correspondence concerning operation of, in foreign nations, VIII 282, 424, 562, IX 4, 101, 228–29, X 355–57, 489, 570, XII 220; criticism of Hamilton’s proposals on, by Jefferson and James Madison, XI 434–35, 441; establishment of (1791), VIII 284–85, act for, see Congress of the U.S.: acts of, “An Act for establishing a Mint, and regulating the Coins of the United States” (April 2, 1792), congressional resolution for, VIII 285n, provisions of act for, XI 555–56, under Congress (Articles of Confederation), III 569, 569–70n; and foreign coins, XVI 443, 443–44, 504, 511, 516, 518, 519, 551, 597, 602; Hamilton’s criticism of (1795), XVIII 237–40, XIX 466; Hamilton’s proposals for appointments in, XI 217, 264, 382; Hamilton’s “Report” on, VI 463n, VII 462–607; Hamilton’s suggestions on for Washington’s Fourth Annual Message (1792), XII 563; Jefferson’s proposals concerning (1790), VI 463; Charles Lee’s proposals concerning (1792), XII 632; officers and employees of, pay, XIV 157–8, 160, XV 558; payments for operation of, XII 22, XIII 247, XIV 73, 74–78, 160, 245, 514, XV 513, 544, 546, 561, 563, 574, XVI 182, 426, 611, XVII 497, 512, XVIII 42, 158–59, 193; resignation of David Rittenhouse and appointment of Henry William De Saussure as director of (1795), XIX 298n. See also Coins and coinage
Minto, Walter: professor, College of N.J., VII 81
Minturn, William: New York City merchant, and import of powder for Quasi-War, XXII 235
Minuse, George: member, coroner’s jury, Hamilton’s death, XXVI 319, 320
Minya (Minia, Minieh), Egypt, I 386
Mirabeau, Honoré Gabriel Riquetti, comte de: speech on coinage, VIII 439n
Miralles, Juan de: Havana merchant and Spanish agent to U.S. (American Revolution), II 49, 90n, 98, 223, 268, 476n, death of, II 312
Miranda, Francisco de: South America revolutionist, adventurer, and friend of Hamilton, III 504, XIX 296n, XXIV 10; abortive expedition (1806), XXVI 158n; Archivo del General Miranda, Negociaciones, 1770–1810, III 586n, XIV 417n, XXI 399n, 400n, 401n, XXII 206n, 208n; friendship for William S. Smith, VIII 245–46, XXII 19n, XXIII 89n, XXV 265n; friendship for U.S., VIII 245–46, XIII 16; and French Revolution, XXI 1–6, 348; plans for liberation of S. A. with aid of Great Britain, France, and U.S., III 585–87, XIII 16, XXI 1n, 4, 5–6, 345n, 349, 399–402, 459, XXII 6, 44, 46n, 78–79, 81, 147, 154–55, 155–56, 205–6, 207, 208–9n, 427n, 441n, 519n, 525, XXIII 228n, 496–97; and U.S. navigation of Miss. River, VII 62–63
Mires, Cobus, see Myers, Corbus
Miró, Esteban: Spanish governor and intendant of La. and W. Fla., XIII 29n, XIV 490n
Missico (Missiskoy) Bay: branch of Lake Champlain near Canada-U.S. boundary, and independence of Vt., IV 114
Mississippi: region under Spanish control, I 60, 61, 62
Mississippi Bubble, XXII 220n
Mississippi Company, see Law, John
Mississippi Indians, XXIII 657
Mississippi River, IV 321n, V 491, XIX 14n, XXI 214n, 345, XXII 573n, XXIV 229n, XXV 245n, XXVI 81n, 173; description of, XI 23–26, XV 289–300, XXVI 163–64; and dispute between Great Britain and Spain, VI 572–73, VII 37, 44, 45, 48, 51–54; and exploration and settlement of North America, III 707; Edmond Charles Genet’s proposal for expedition on, XVI 137n; and Jay Treaty, XVIII 395, 407n, 408–10, 410–11, 462, 510n, XIX 116, 177, 181–82, 185–86, 190, 212, 217–18, 222–25, 229n, 237–40, XX 14; and land grants bordering on, XVI 153n; and La., XXI 374n, 375; and La. Purchase, XXVI 129–36; navigation of, III 381, 468, 490, IV 184, 343, 358, V 144, 216–17, 484, VI 558, VII 44, 45, 48, 51–54, 63, 71, 73, 74, XI 68–73, 212–13, 402n, XII 1–2, 178n, XIV 87, XVI 259–60n, 384–85, 588–89n, XVII 12–13n, 283–84n, 403–4n, XVIII 190n, 395n, 402n, 407n, 408, 462, 499, XIX 75, 174, 181–82, 185–86, 190, 212, 217–18, 222, 223–25, 375, 377n, 469, 522, XX 25, 274, 300, XXV 189, XXVI 6, 7, 129–36, 530; and Pinckney’s Treaty, XX 274, 300, 526, XXV 194; and provisional peace treaty, III 296n; and Quasi-War, XXII 385, 438, 455, 456, 457, 458, 459, 478, XXIII 45, 47–49, 85, 91, 125, 331, 338, 373, 377–78, 382–88, 391–92, 406, 408n, 418, 444, 517–20, 541, 576, 578, 596, 657, XXIV 11, 12, 13, 55, 89, 102, 110, 118, 176, 184, 189, 203, 274, 303, 336, 360, 398, 434; and Treaty of Paris (1783), XXVI 6, 129–36; and U.S. boundary, III 296n, 350n, XVIII 410–11, 510n, XIX 166, 212, 222–23, 229n, 237–40, XX 14, XXVI 5
“Mississippi scheme,” see Law John: and Mississippi Company
Mississippi Territory, VII 374n, XX 156n, XXIII 3n, 7n, 74, XXIV 602n, XXVI 166n; description of, XXIII 46–48; governors of, see Claiborne, William C.C., and Sargent, Winthrop, and Steele, John; and Indian relations, XXIII 125, 131–32; land cession, XXVI 81n; and La. Purchase, XXVI 132; and Quasi-War, XXIII 125, 158, 373, 390, 506
Missouri River, XI 24, XV 295
Mitchel, John: map of North America by, XIX 238n
Mitchell, Ann (Mrs. George), see Lytton, Ann
Mitchell, Broadus: Alexander Hamilton, I 5n, 7n, 9n, 21n, 40n, 41n, 42n, 44n, 80n, 196n, 369n, II 235n, 262n, III 110n, 171–72n, 514n, 581n, 618n, IV 40n, VI 53n, VII 237n, X 7n, XI 126n, 127n, XII 164n, 223n, XIII 407n, XVII 169n, XVIII 46n, 479n, 485n, 507n, XX 456n, XXI 121–22n, 144n, XXII 15n, XXIII 566n, XXV 38n, 172–73, 452n, 607n, XXVI 869; “The Man Who Discovered Hamilton,” I 35n
Mitchell, Donald G: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXII 147
Mitchell, George: clerk, register’s office, Treasury Department, pay, XI 391, XIII 466
Mitchell, George (2nd husband of Ann Lytton), I 32n, III 58, 474–75, XX 456n, 459, XXVI 277, 336
Mitchell, John: deputy quartermaster general (American Revolution), II 194, 202, 204n, 205, 208n, 209, 209–11, 214, 218n, 220, 221n, 230, 233, XXVI 374
Mitchell, John: Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 9–10n, 369, 378, 380n, XXV 142n
Mitchell, John, Jr.: payment to, for interest on loan office certificates, XIII 99
Mitchell (Mitchel), John H.: proposal for a mint, VIII 395
Mitchell, Medad (Thomas): surveyor and adventurer, XI 161n; defends his behavior and criticizes U.S. policy, XV 632–34; describes, “Illinois country,” XI 22–26, journey on Miss. River and U.S. relations with Spain, XV 288–300; survey by, XXVI 47
Mitchell, Nathaniel: delegate, Continental Congress (Del.), Hamilton as second in Mitchell’s abortive duel with John Auldjo, IV 226–28, 233–34
Mitchell, Robert: Ann Lytton Mitchell’s brother-in-law, XX 459
Mitchell, Samuel: Indian agent in Southwest, XXII 579n
Mitchell, Samuel L.: professor, Columbia College, XXV 56; discussions of, plans for promoting manufacturing, XIII 279–80, his work at college, XXII 480–81; member, House of Representatives (N.Y.), XXV 470n, 545n, and election of 1802, XXV 611
Mitchell, Stephen Mix: and Conn. politics (1791), IX 536; judge, Superior Court, Conn., XXII 147n; U.S. Senator (Conn.), XVII 350
Mitchell, Stewart: ed., New Letters of Abigail Adams, 1788–1801, XXIII 547n
Mitchell, Thomas, see Mitchell, Medad
Mitchell v Wallis: on debts owed to British merchants, XIX 156–57n
“Mitigating Act,” see Congress of the U.S.; acts of, “An Act to provide for mitigating or remitting the forfeitures and penalties accruing under the revenue laws, in certain cases therein mentioned” (May 26, 1790)
Mix, Barney, & Company: Conn. button manufacturing firm, IX 360
Mix, David E. E.: ed., Catalogue: Maps and Surveys in the Offices of the Secretary of State, State Engineer and Surveyor, and Comptroller, and the New York State Library, XVIII 335n, 341n, XXI 94–95n, 307n, XXII 396–97n, XXIV 420–21n, XXV 404n, XXVI 42n, 47n, 98n
Mix, John, Jr.: New Haven, Conn., factory operator, on manufacture of buttons, IX 357–63
Mix, Jonathan (brother and partner of John Mix, Jr.), IX 360
Mix, Joseph, Jr.: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 272
Mobile, Spanish Territory: and Pinckney’s Treaty, XXIII 69; and Spanish trade with Indians, XIX 173n, and Treaty of Paris (1763), XIX 223n
Mobile Bay, Spanish Territory: and Quasi-War, XXIII 392
Mobile River: and Pinckney’s Treaty, XXIII 69; and Quasi-War, XXIII 46, 373, 392, 403, 518n, 536, XXIV 62
Moëlien, Charles, comte de: Additional Army candidate, XXII 603
Moffat, Thomas: treasurer, Orange County, N.Y., and auditor to liquidate accounts of Rev. troops, N.Y., III 127n, 132n
Moffitt, Hosea: recommends Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXIII 619
Mohawk Indians, XI 344n; British land cession to, XXII 573n; chief of, see Brant, Joseph; N.Y. land purchase from, XXV 368n; relations with, VI 523, XI 377n
Mohawk River, N.Y., I 312n, XVIII 335n; and American Revolution, II 25, 458, 481; and Army (Quasi-War). XXIII 382; site of Cosby Manor or Patent, XIX 200n, 202, XXI 15
Moise (ship): in China trade, IX 52
Moissonnier, F.: French vice-consul at Baltimore, Md., XV 256n; and French privateering, XV 279, 381, XVI 202n, 553n
Moland, Barbara: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 113
Moland, Betsey: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 113n
Moland, James: and Hamilton’s law practice, XVII 228
Moland, John (Conn.); deputy commissary general for Conn. (Continental Congress), payment by, XV 496
Moland, John (Pa.) (father of Betsey Moland): Philadelphia lawyer, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 113n
Moland, M. Joseph: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 113
Molasses, IX 19; and allowance for leakage, VII 157; duty on, X 16–17n, 20, 37–38, 112–13, 118, 209, 226, 307, 323, 335–36, XXVI 640, France, X 363, 364, proposed, VI 287, XXVI 513; French restrictions on, X 58, 393; imports of, and insurrection in Santo Domingo, X 118, 209, 323, 536; and Jay Treaty, Article 12, XVIII 372n, XIX 442, 443; price of, X 118, 209
Môle-Saint-Nicolas (Môle de St. Nicholas), Santo Domingo: Court of Vice Admiralty at, XXI 455, 490, 503; and U.S. trade, X 392n, XIII 402n
Molleson, William, and John Lane: The Reports of the Commissioners …, XX 436, 450
Molly (brig): and wine from Madeira for Hamilton, XV 63
Molly (brig): chartered by U.S. for Nathaniel C. Higginson’s mission to W. Indie, XVI 291n, XVII 215n
Molly (brig): owned by Reed and Forde, and embargo, XVI 353–54
Molly (brig): and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 88n
Mombello (Montebello), Italy: and wars of French Revolution, XXI 203
Monaghan, Frank: John Jay, IV 294n
Monarchy: John Adams accused (1804) of favoring, XXVI 198–99, 201–2, 208–9, 209–10, 211–12; Antifederalist charges against Federalists of favoring (1792), XII 131–32; Gunning Bedford on, at Constitutional Convention, IV 163; Hamilton on, (1779) II 246–47, (1780) II 405, 651, 654, (1792) 251–54, 354–56, 443–44, (1801) XXV 356, 370, (1802) XXV 536–38, at Constitutional Convention, IV 183, 184, 185, 186, 194–95, 201, 204, 219n, in The Federalist, IV 313–14, 328, 408–9, 429–30, 474, 582, 593, 597–98, 629–30, 656, 691, in N.Y. Assembly, IV 73, at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 50, 101, 149–50; Hamilton accused (1803) of favoring in Constitutional Convention, XXVI 102–3; Hamilton accused (1804) of favoring, XXVI 199n, 199–200, 200–2, 202–3; Hamilton’s criticism of (1802), XXV 570; Hamilton’s defense against charges (1792) of favoring, XI 443–44, XII 354–56, (1804) XXVI 199–200; Hamilton’s defense against charges (1792) that Federalists favor, XII 251–54; Hamilton’s defense in N.Y. gubernatorial campaign (1801) against charges that Federalists favor, XXV 356, 370; Hamilton’s reply (1802) to charges of favoring in Constitutional Convention, XXV 536–38; James Madison on at Constitutional Convention, IV 161; Gouverneur Morris’s charge (1804) of Hamilton favoring; XXVI 324n; Edmund Randolph on, at Constitutional Convention, IV 162; Republican charges in N.Y. gubernatorial election (1801) of Federalists favoring, XXV 350n
Monck, George (later duke of Albemarle): military leader in English Civil War and Restoration, II 477
Moncrieff, Jane: conveyance of New York City lot to Hamilton, XXVI 566
Moncrieffe, Edward Cornwallis: student with Hamilton at King’s College, I 80
Monell, James: and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 124n
Moneton, William: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 95, 103
Money: abundance of, in Europe (1791), IX 451; and authority of Federal Government, Hamilton on, in “Opinion on the Constitutionality of an Act to Establish a Bank,” VIII 89, 92–93, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 190, 303; and banks, Hamilton on, VIII 218–19, Hamilton on in “Opinion on the Constitutionality of an Act to Establish a Bank,” VIII 94, 126, Malachy Postlethwayt on, VII 237–38, Adam Smith on, VII 239; as capital, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures, X 96–97; Hamilton on, in The Federalist, IV 347–48, 450–51, in “Report on the Bank,” VII 251–61, 263–64, 266, 306–9, 309–10, 312, 313–14, 317, 320–21; Hamilton on gold and silver as circulating media, VII 320–32, 479–80; intrinsic value of, Hamilton on in “Report on the Mint,” VII 509; manufacture of, in France, VIII 439; Montesqueiu on, VII 240; national supply of, Hamilton on, II 607–13; Jacques Necker on, VII 464; quantity of, and balance of trade, VII 466–67, and bank profits, VII 250, and the Mint, VII 472; relation of national debt to supply of, VI 70–72, 254; scarcity of, and excise duties, XI 96, 99–100, and Panic of 1792, XI 191, in U.S., VI 308, 426; Adam Smith on, VII 464; and state paper, VIII 202; stolen, responsibility of public officials for, VI 555–56, VII 103; and taxes, VIII 89–90; value of, and U.S. debt to France, XI 115–16. See also Bank notes and Paper money and Specie
Monge, Gaspard, comte de Péluse: French Minister of Marine, and U.S. aid to Santo Domingo, XII 643; and U.S. debt to France, XII 426n, XIII 4–5n
Monied men and monied interest: Hamilton on, as source of faction, IV 547; Hamilton’s plans to attach to government, II 244–45, 247, 248, 414–15, 605, 620–22, VII 239, VIII 223
Monmouth, Battle of: I 503–4, 507–9, 510–14, 515–16, 517–23, 593n, II 274n, V 349–50, VI 333, XXII