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Sabatier, Antoine (Sabatier de Catres): French author, and Hamilton’s accounts, III 27
Sabin, Joseph: ed., Bibliotheca Americana, I 367n; A Dictionary of Books Relating to America from its Discovery to the Present Time, XIII 393n, XXI 144n, XXV 450n
Sabine, Lorenzo: The American Loyalists: or Biographical Sketches of adherents to the British crown in the war of revolution; alphabetically arranged; with a preliminary historical essay, XXII 34n; Notes on Duels and Dueling, Alphabetically Arranged with a Preliminary Historical Essay, XXVI 236n, 241n
Sabines (Sabins), I 394, 404, 407
Sackett, Samuel: and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 462n
Sackett, William: Army (American Revolution), II 658, 665
Saddlecloth: manufacture of, in Conn., IX 336, 338
Saddler, Christopher: petition of, VI 193–94, 219, 246n, VIII 204, report on, VI 191–92
Saddlers: and fisheries, X 40, XXVI 641
Saddlery: manufacture of, X 102, 169, 283
Saddles: duty on, IX 339, X 16–17n; exports, IX 339; Hamilton’s proposal for tax on (1787), IV 45; manufacture of X 169, in Conn. IX 338–39, 345
Sademarenghkin, Peter: Oneida Indian, seeks education for Indian children, XV 642
Sadler, Henry: New York City merchant, and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 458; Treasury bill, XV 48
Sadler, Henry, and Company: New York City merchant firm, and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 417, XXVI 858
Sadler, Samuel: Baltimore, Md., shipowner, and embargo, XVII 105, 567
Sadley, John: comment on Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 279
Sagadahoc River, see Kennebec River
Sag Harbor, N.Y.: collector of customs at, see Deering, Henry P., and Gelston, John, accounts, XI 237; port of entry, IX 309, XIX 178n, customs accounts, XIII 36–37, 575, 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85
Sailcloth: bounty on, IX 163, 372, in Great Britain, X 123n, 214, 326, in Ireland, X 123n, 214, proposed, X 124, 215, 327; as contraband, and Jay Treaty, XVIII 440n; Tench Coxe on, XXVI 521; and defense, X 17, 214, 326, XXVI 637; duty on, XII 613, proposed, X 35, 123, 214, 326, XI 145, XXVI 637; manufacture of, X 35, 46, 102, 104, 123–24, 170, 283, XXVI 646, in Boston, IX 162–63, 372–73, X 46, 214, 326, in Conn., IX 338, 340, in New London, Conn., X 46, in N.H., VIII 435n, IX 213, and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, IX 147; and naval armament, XVI 536, 543, 544, 568–69, 581, XVII 456, XVIII 1. See also Duck
Sailor’s Snug Harbor, New York City: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 389n, XXVI 465n
St. Afee, see Santa Fe
St. Andero, Spain, VII 63
St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada: and boundary dispute with Great Britain, VII 151
St. Andrew’s Society, III 54n; Hamilton’s election as manager of, IV 355; Hamilton’s funeral, XXVI 323; and Robert R. Livingston, XIII 481, 481n
St. Anne (ship): owned by John B. Church and John Chaloner, III 34, 652, 656, 658, 660
St. Anthony, Falls of (present-day Minn.): and U.S.-Canadian border in Jay Treaty, XIX 166, 237, 238, 239n, 240
St. Augustine, Spanish Territory: and American Revolution, I 208, 281, 539, 577, II 310, 395, 520–21, 579
St. Bartholomew, Leeward Islands: and French policy toward neutrals, XX 555
St. Christopher, see St. Kitts
St. Clair, Arthur: account with Hamilton, III 49, V 400; Army (American Revolution), I 285–86, 287, 290n, 308, 337, 534, 579, 601, II 59, 61, 64, 68, 70, 107, 267, 271–72, 273–74, 275–85, 287, 288, 289–90, 291–92, 295–96, 296–301, 308–9, 371, 448, 519, 521, 548, III 405, 407, 444–45, 448, 451, XI 426n, XXVI 362n, 382–87; defense of Hamilton, XXIII 41; governor of Northwest Territory, V 517, VIII 546n, XI 25, 205n, 240, XII 410, XIII 106, 139, 383n, XIV 162, XV 380n, XVII 450, 479n, 525, XXII 285n, 304–5, absences, XV 605–6, 680, and excise opposition, XV 210–12, Hamilton’s instructions to, on Scioto immigrants, VI 421–22, pay and accounts, XIII 42, 43, 48, 76, 287–88, 563, XV 513, XVII 512, and Quasi-War, XXIII 32–33, 37n, 79, 87–88, 127, 128–29, 230, 231, 399, 440, 657, on relations with Spain, XV 212, XIX 361n, as superintendent of Indian affairs, relations with Indians, and campaigns against, VI 523n, 530, 538, 540–41, 550–51, VII 112–13, 345n, 411, 612n, VIII 343n, 532n, 563, IX 210, X 373, 501n, 563–64n, XI 17n, 108, 252, 351n, 372n, 376n, 398n, XII 289n, XIII 287–88, XIV 43, 105n, 140n, 322, XV 633n, XX 65n, 486n, XXIII 87–88, 127–29, 145n, 230, 231, 383n, 440, 657, XXVI 626–27n, 689n, 689–90, 693, and survey of Miami and Ohio lands, XI 362, and John Cleves Symmes, VIII 360–61, 362–63n, 562–63, IX 237, 238n, 269, XVI 152, XXVI 827, and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 370–71; and Francisco de Miranda, III 586; Observations on a Letter from George Nicholas, XXIII 41–42n; president, Congress (Articles of Confederation) (1787–1788), V 286; Regular Army, commander (1791–1792), resignation, XI 241n, supplies and contracts, V 406, VII 128n, VIII 247n, 563, XI 351n, XIII 118n, 295, XIV 251, 252n, 345n
St. Clair, James: Army (American Revolution), back pay, XIII 140
St. Clair, Sir John: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 113
St. Clair, John M.: survey, Northwest Territory, payment for, XIII 106, 139
St. Clair, William: on Spain in Northwest Territory, XV 211, 212n
St. Croix, Abbé de, IV 388
St. Croix, Joshua de: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 569
St. Croix Island, Canada (subsequently Me.): and exploration and settlement of North America, III 705, 706
St. Croix (formerly Santa Cruz) Island, Danish West Indies (now Virgin Islands): III 474–75, 573–74, 701n, IV 108n, XXV 38n, XXVI 60n, 117n, 359n; governor of, XVII 200, 459; Hamilton’s inheritance in, III 668–70; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 41, 43n, 604n, 651n; Hamilton’s youth at, I 1–39, III 604n, 618n, V 34n, 421n, VIII 227n, 236n, IX 287n, XXV 91n, XXVI 60n, 117n, 359n, and Ann Lytton Venton, II 4–5, XX 456; U.S. consul at, XVI 21
St. Croix River (in present states of Minn. and Wis.): and Jay Treaty, XIX 239n
St. Croix River (U.S. and New Brunswick, Canada): and exploration and settlement of North America, III 705; Jay Treaty, and boundary dispute, XVIII 411n, 510n, XIX 166, 231, 237–38, 240–44, 253, XXV 413n; Treaty of Paris (1783), and boundary dispute, III 350n, VII 114n, X 494, XXVI 532n
Saintes (Saints), Battle of the, III 203n
St. Eustatius (St. Eustasia), Leeward Islands, II 484n, X 386, XVI 418n; and Hamilton’s clerkship as a youth, I 8n, 9n, 11n, 15, 19, 31
St. Francis (François) Indians: supplies for, and petition of Jacob Bailey, XVI 59
St. Francis River, Canada: and Quasi-War, XXIII 384
St. Francis River (in present state of Mo.): and Indian trade, XV 295, 298n
St. Genevieve (present state of Mo.): salt works at, XI 24
St. George (schooner): captured by France, XVII 111
St. George’s Chapel, New York City: and Hamilton’s funeral, XXVI 329
St. George’s Church, New York City: and American Revolution, I 182n
Saint-Germain, Claude-Louis, comte de: French Minister of War, and Baron von Steuben, VI 220n
St. Helena Island (British island, S. Atlantic Ocean), I 516; and Jay Treaty, XVIII 433n
St. Helens, Alleyne Fitzherbert, baron: British Minister of Spain, X 374n, and negotiations with Spain, VII 136, 137n, XI 213n, 214n, XII 2
St. Jago, Cape Verde Islands, VI 279
St. James Island, Danish West Indies (now Virgin Islands), XX 458
Saint John, New Brunswick, VIII 522, XXI 198; and customs regulations, VIII 183, IX 262
St. John Island, St. John Bay, W. Newfoundland: and exploration and settlement of North America, III 704
St. John of Jerusalem, Order of, XXV 432n
St. John River, Me. and New Brunswick: and British deserters (American Revolution), I 588–89
St. John’s, Newfoundland: and U.S. trade, XIII 399
St. Johns (Saint Jean), Richelieu River, Quebec: and American Revolution, I 256n, 257, 293, II 457–58
St. John’s Church, Portsmouth, N.H.: and dispute over Illuminati, XXV 20n
St. Joseph (on Lake Huron): British post at (Quasi-War), XXIII 290
St. Joseph (Spanish ship): seized by France, XVI 102
St. Joseph River, Northwest Territory: and Quasi-War, XXIII 378, 392, 418
Saint-Just, Antoine-Louis-Léon de: and French Revolution, XVI 475
St. Kitts (or St. Christopher), Leeward Islands: and American Revolution, I 577; British privateers at, XXI 455; and Hamilton’s youth, I 3n, 12, 14, 35, III 618n, XXV 89; and Treaty of Paris (1783), XIX 171n; and U.S. ships seized by British, XVI 291n, 418n
St. Lawrence River, I 60; and American Revolution, II 396; and exploration and settlement of North America, III 706, 707, 708; Hamilton’s land purchase on, III 52, V 239; and Jay Treaty, XVIII 405n, XIX 187n, 188n, 190, 192, 193, 194, 211, 213; James Wilkinson on significance to U.S., XXIII 377–78
St. Leger, Barry: British Army (American Revolution), I 322n, IV 134
St. Louis, Guadeloupe, Leeward Islands: French arrêt on U.S. trade with, X 392n
St. Louis, Spanish Territory: description of, as Spanish possession, XI 24, 26
St. Lucia, Windward Islands, XVI 413n; and Anglo-French treaty (1783), XIX 171n, captured by British (1778), XXVI 421, 423n; French regulations on trade with, XIII 402n, XIX 442–43n
Saint-Maisme (Saint Maime, Saint Mesme), Jean-Baptiste-Louis-Philippe de Félix d’Olières, comte de: French Army (American Revolution), II 578
St. Marc, W. Haiti, XVII 106n
St. Mark’s in the Bowery, New York City: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 389n
St. Martin (snow): and customs regulations, VI 372, 465
St. Martins, New Brunswick: and customs regulations, X 508
St. Mary Bay, Nova Scotia: and exploration and settlement of North America, III 705
St. Marys, Ga.: port of entry, collector of customs at, accounts of, XI 238 (see also Seagrove, James); customs accounts, XIII 38–39, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87; fortification of, XVII 323; inspector of the revenue for the port of, see Seagrove, James
St. Marys, Md.: and customs regulations, XXVI 494, 495n; surveyor of customs at, accounts of, XI 235
St. Mary’s Church, Burlington, N.J., XXV 58n
St. Marys County, Md.: excise survey, IX 428, XII 94
St. Marys River, Ga.: and navigational aids, XVII 430n; and Quasi-War, XXII 348, 463
St. Marys River, Md.: and customs regulations, XXVI 494n
St. Marys River, Northwest Territory: and Jay Treaty, XIX 231; and Quasi-War, XXIII 145n, 158, 378n
St. Michael’s Church, Trenton, N.J., IX 561n
Saintoyant, J.: La Colonisation Française pendant la Révolution, 1789–1799, X 497n, XII 171n, 436n
St. Patrick’s Day: celebration of, XXIII 2n, XXIV 337–38
St. Paul’s Church, New York City, V 346n, VI 334n, 482; and Hamilton’s funeral, XXVI 329n
St. Petersburg, Russia, IX 413, XIII 16; and Anglo-Russian treaties (1795), XXI 16n, 407n; exports, I 389, VII 455, VIII 282, X 490; and loans to Russia, VIII 172; and U.S. minister to Russia, pay, XII 269, XIII 105, 138; U.S. trade with, X 570
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Albany, N.Y.: and dispute over Illuminati, XXV 20n, 21n
St. Philip, Spanish Territory, XI 24
St. Pierre, Martinique, Windward Islands: U.S. consul at, XIV 155–56n, XVIII 314n; and U.S. trade, X 392n
St. Simons Island, Ga., XVII 474
St. Simons Sound, Ga.: and customs regulations, VIII 275n
St. Thomas Island, Danish West Indies (now Virgin Islands), X 436, 442; and Hamilton’s youth as a clerk, I 8n, 16, 21, 28, 34n
St. Vincennes, see Fort Vincennes
St. Vincent, Windward Islands: governor of, XII 292, 293n, 328; home of Hamilton’s father, III 618n, XXI 79; and treaty between Great Britain and France (1783), XIX 171
Salas, Manuel José de: and Francisco de Miranda, XXI 400n
Salem, Mass., V 451n, VII 407n, VIII 155, XXIV 93n; collector of customs at, see Hiller, Joseph, accounts, XI 236; and exploration and settlement of North America, III 711; and Hamilton’s trip to New England (1800), XXIV 583; and Mass. election (1803), XXVI 103n; naval officer for the port of, accounts, XI 238; petitions, of distillers at, X 323, XI 89n, of inhabitants of, XIII 175n; port of entry, customs accounts, XIII 36–37, 574, 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85, customs regulations, VIII 168–69, 273, IX 45n, 194, XII 227–28, 630, importation of tea, XII 16, revenue from duties, XIII 578; and Quasi-War, XXII 494, XXV 7; and recruiting service (1794), XVI 501; surveyor of customs for the port of, accounts, XI 234
Salem, N.C.: Washington’s visit, VIII 243
Salisbury, Conn., and John B. Church’s business affairs, III 434, 523n, 626, 634, XX 548n, XXI 24, 85, XXII 81n, XXVI 859–60; iron mines at, XXII 237n
Salisbury, N.C., XI 37n; and Quasi-War, XXIV 356; Washington’s visit, VIII 243
Salisbury Patent, N.Y.: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 210–11n
Sally (brig): and news of privateers, XXI 457n
Sally (brig): and news from Jamaica, XXIV 426n
Sally (brig, formerly from New Bedford, Mass.): and customs regulations, IX 25, 94
Sally (brig from Amsterdam to Boston): and customs regulations, XII 111–12
Sally (brig from Newport, R.I.): and customs regulations, XIV 293
Sally (merchant ship from Philadelphia) seized by British, XVIII 465, 466n
Sally (schooner from Portland, Me.): and customs regulations, XVIII 175
Sally (schooner from R.I.): and customs regulations, XI 119
Sally (sloop): trade with St. Croix, I 16n
Sally (sloop from Albany): and inland trade, XXIV 92, 426
Sally (sloop from Norwalk, Conn.): and customs regulations, VII 383–84
Sally (sloop from Providence, R.I.): and customs regulations, XIII 26
Salm-Kyrbourg, Maurice, Prince de: comment on Additional Army candidate, XXII 603
Salmon, George (Md.), XII 213; candidate, collector of customs, Baltimore, XII 510
Salmon, George (Pa.): Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 586, XXIV 247, 248
Salomon, Haym: Hamilton’s account with, III 12
Salomon, John: and customs regulations, XV 303
Salomons, see Solomons
Solomons, Levy, and Sons: Treasury bills, XV 48
Salt, VIII 36; bounty on, XXVI 518, 576; drawback on, VII 26–27, 67–68, X 307; duty on, VI 458, VIII 483, XII 8–9, 135, 181, XVI 155n, proposed, VI 288, XI 146, 149, XXVI 514; Hamilton’s proposal for tax on (1787), IV 42, 45, 46, 48; medicinal, duty on, XII 557; regulation of, British, XIII 399n, 431, France, IV 143; tax on, William Bingham’s proposal for, V 550, proposed, XXI 100, 106, 487, proposed by Fisher Ames, XX 484
Salted provisions: bounty on, VI 489–90, 509, X 108, 185, 299, XI 49, XX 484n; duty on, X 211, proposed, XXVI 518; Government inspection of, X 211; manufacture of, X 211; regulation of, British XIII 426, 430, 435, France, X 363–64, 392, XIII 420, 425–26, 435
Salter, Manasseh: New York City storekeeper, Hamilton’s account with, IX 274
Salter, Titus: keeper and contractor for lighthouse, New Castle Island, Portsmouth, N.H., VII 157, 421, 613, VIII 521, XI 44–45, 45–46, XII 98, XIII 527
Saltonstall, Dudley: and Continental Navy, XVI 60–61, XIX 9n
Saltonstall, Gurdon: Army (American Revolution), I 242
Saltpeter: as contraband, Jay Treaty; XVIII 440n; duty on, X 16–17n, exempt from, X 44, 123, 223, 334, XXVI 644, proposed, XXVI 517; imports of, IX 346, X 43–44, 123, 223, XXVI 644, and naval armament, XVI 395, 503, 556, 577, 605, XVII 8, 109–10, 280–82, 424, 425–26, 431, XVIII 7; manufacture of, in Conn., IX 346, gunpowder, X 44, 123, 223, 334, XXVI 644; and naval armament, XVIII 25
Salzburg: and wars of French Revolution, XXI 204n
Sambre River, France: and wars of French Revolution, XXI 292n
Samos, Greece, I 384, 406
Sampson (merchant ship): captured by British, XVI 490–91n
Sampson County, N.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Samuel (brig): and customs regulations, XII 335–36, 375, 529, XIII 26
Samuel (sloop): and customs regulations, VII 142
Sanchez, Courteau Echenique: Amsterdam merchant, bill of exchange, XVI 624
Sanctions: Hamilton on need for, in The Federalist, IV 361–64, 396–97, 437
Sandford (Sanford), Elihu: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 272; Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 653
Sandom (Sendown), Thomas (Dr.): British Army (American Revolution), I 213
Sands, Comfort: New York City merchant, V 405, XV 98, XVIII 332, XIX 374n, XX 215, 252; Army contractor, III 95, 134, 146n, 240, XXVI 466, and report on petition of, VIII 138–41, XXVI 823–24; bankruptcy of, XXVI 55; claim against U.S., XXVI 580; director, Bank of N.Y., III 515n, V 370n; Hamilton’s account with, III 48; marriage, II 262n; payment to, for interest on loan office certificates, XIII 99; and promotion of American manufactures, VIII 556; rental of house to Hamilton, XVIII 334; and sale of Ga. lands, XXI 165n
Sands, Comfort, and Company: New York City merchant firm, Army contractor, III 95n, 106, 182, XXVII 8
Sands, Cornelia Lott (Mrs. Comfort), II 262n
Sands, Henry (son of Comfort Sands): New York City lawyer, and “Camillus” essays, XIX 374n, 484n, 511n; New York City notary, XXIII 63n; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 55, 178; and Comfort Sands’s bankruptcy, XXVI 55, 178
Sands, Joshua (brother of Comfort Sands): Army contractor, VIII 138n, report on petition of, XXVI 824–25; candidate (1802) for House of Representatives (N.Y.), XXV 610–11; claim against U.S., XXVI 597; collector of customs, New York City, XXI 55n, XXII 187, XXIII 13n, and revenue cutter for Army use (Quasi-War), XXIV 610; director, Merchants’ Bank, XXVI 105–6; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXII 215n, XXVI 175–76n; payment to, for interest on loan office certificates, XIII 99, 100, 139
Sands, Lewis (son of Comfort Sands): Comfort Sands’ bankruptcy and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 56n
Sands, Livingston, and Company: Army contractor, III 95n, 169, 171, claim against U.S., XXVI 580, 592
Sands, Richardson (brother of Comfort Sands): Army contractor, VIII 138n
Sands, Samuel: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 125n
Sandusky, Northwest Territory: Indian council at, XIII 215n, 383n, 480n, XIV 9–11n, 140n, 229n, 547n, XV 653. See also Lower Sandusky
Sandwich (ship): Angelica Church’s passage to England on, V 494
Sandy, James: candidate, N.C. revenue cutter mate, XII 42
Sandy Hook, N.J., VI 454; and American Revolution, I 219, 297, 300, 305, 363, 524, 525, 534, 544, 561, 577, II 198, 201, 202, 204, 209, 212, 213, 214, 215, 218, 226, 326, 327, 333, 341, 357, 359, 360, 364, 367, 393, 431, 432n, 434, 435, XXVI 413; beacon on, VI 2; and defense of N.Y. Harbor (Quasi-War), XXI 514–15, 520, XXII 402; lighthouse at, VI 44–45, 469, 528, VII 413, XII 567n, XIII 100–1, 566, XV 16, 98n, 109, 532, XVI 354, 376, XVII 534, XXVI 711n, superintendent of, see Randall, Thomas; pier at, XIV 163; and revenue cutter, VII 32
Sanford, Elihu, see Sandford, Elihu
Sanford, Peleg: Army contractor (Quasi-War), XXIII 194n
San Francisco: and Nootka Sound controversy, XIX 184n
Sanger, Jedediah: trustee, Hamilton-Oneida Academy, XIX 146–47
Sanigan, Barnaby: receipt for Washington’s lodgings (American Revolution), XXVI 363n
San Ildefonso, Treaty of, between France and Spain, (1796) XX 491n, 526, XXI 374n, 375n, XXII 526n, (1800) XXV 372
San José (Spanish brig): seized by French, XVI 102
San Lorenzo, see San Lorenzo el Real
San Lorenzo el Real, Spain: Pinckney’s Treaty signed at, XIX 462n, XX 114n, 153n, 181n, 526n, XXI 484n, XXII 85n, XXIV 115n, XXV 194n
San Marino, Republic of, XXIV 412
San Salvador Island: and exploration and settlement of South America, III 715
Sans Culotte (schooner): French privateer, and seizures by, XIV 427–28n, 451n, 472, 489–90n, 548–49, XV 2–3, 74–79, 160, 170n, 181, 181–83, 383n, XVI 200–3n, 558n
Sansom, Philip: London merchant, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 99–100n, 464
Philip Sansom v Robert Murray, James V. Murray, George W. Murray, and John R. Wheaton: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 99n
Sansom: vessel carrying Joseph Priestly to U.S., XVI 229
Sans Pareille (Sans Pariel): French privateer, and ships seized by, XVI 102n, 447n, XVII 111–12
Santa Cruz, see St. Croix
Santa Fe, Spanish Territory, XXIII 47
Santo Domingo, XI 531n, 608, XVII 445n, XIX 429, XX 120n, 216, 375, XXI 503, XXII 379n, XXIV 486n, XXV 80n, 196n, XXVI 117n, 670n; French administration of, XX 226, XXIV 265n; French commissioners in, see Hugues, Victor, and Sonthonax, Léger-Felicité; and French naval warfare, XV 256n; French war to regain control of, XXV 251–52, XXVI 4, 54, 89–91; and La. Purchase, XXVI 130; refugees from, XV 117–18n, 182, 303n, 317, 325n, 337, 394, 398, 407n, 423–24, 445–46, XVI 117n, 143n, 189, 204, 223, 304n, 309, 330, 335–36, 344, 345–46, 366–67, 370, XVII 432–33n; revolt in, X 118, 209, 323, 479–80, 516n, XII 592n, XV 117–18n, 303n, XVI 101n, 117n, 143, XXI 50n; and Laurent-François Lenoir, marquis de Rouvray, XVI 204, XIX 148n; supplies for, and U.S. debt to France, X 478–80, 488, XI 41–42, 43–44, 113, 114–17, 122–23, 125, 128, 129–30, 178n, 316, 320, 326–28, 333–34, 400–1, 555–56, 596–97, XII 174–75, 264, 427–29n, 430–31, 433n, 440, 450, 637, 643, XIII 3, 3–6n, 6–7, 7–8, 150, 165, 169–73, 176, 211–12, 252, 292, 324, 325, 378, 443–47, 460, 468, 479n, 537, 547, XIV 35n, 36–37, 44–45, 56, 78, 79, 110, 114, 116, 118, 222, 482, 513, 517, 527–28n, 554, XV 29–30, 79, 80, 86, 116–17, 124, 251, 356, 436–37, 544, 576, 612–13, XVI 413, XVII 537–38, XVIII 191, XX 192n; topography of, I 380; and Toussaint L’Ouverture, XXII 474, 493, 500; U.S. consul at, instructions to, XXII 491, 492–93; and U.S.-French relations, XX 62, 231, 591n, XXI 456–57n, 497–98, XXII 426–27n, 491, 492–93, 500; U.S. trade with, X 392n, 497, XII 592–93n, XIII 436, XIX 442–43n, XXIV 170n. See also Haiti and Hispaniola
Saône River, France, I 380
Sappers and miners, corps of, see American Revolution, Army
Sapportas (Saportas), Samuel and David: Dutch banking firm, and U.S. loans, VII 431
Sarah (brig): and customs regulations, V 477, XXVI 490
Sarah Ann (sloop): and customs regulations, XVI 144
Saratoga (U.S. armed brig): in American Revolution, II 201n
Saratoga (U.S.S.): British capture of, VII 410n; payment for supplies for, IX 464
Saratoga (U.S. sloop): in American Revolution, II 379
Saratoga, N.Y., I 287, 289, 290n, II 187, 543, 646, IV 552; and American Revolution, I 300, 304, 311, II 458, 647, Battle of, I 342, 343, 344, 512n, 584n, II 268n, 644n, XV 90–91, XX 432, XXVI 372n, 423n, 476n, convention of, I 440, 584n, II 272, 295, 298–99
Saratoga Patent: Elizabeth Hamilton’s land in, III 59
Saratoga Springs, N.Y.: founding of, XXV 85n
Sardinia, XXIV 68n, 98n; and wars of French Revolution, XIV 308n, XIX 121, XXI 391–92, 396, 526n, XXII 2
Sargent, Daniel: comment on Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 332
Sargent, Epes: collector of customs, Gloucester, Mass., accounts of, XIII 36–37, 574, 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85. See also “Treasury Department circulars to the collectors of customs”
Sargent (Sergent), Henry: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 466, 563n, 564, XXIV 9, 59
Sargent, Winthrop: career of, XXVI 119n; governor of Miss. Territory, XXIV 102, 103n, and relations with Spanish and Indians, XXII 555n, 579n, XXIII 49n, 125, 131–32; Ohio Company, secretary of, XXVI 119, land sales, VI 421, 442, VIII 228, 229–30n, XIII 137, XV 538; secretary, Northwest Territory, XII 410, XV 633, XX 222n, XXVI 685, pay, XIII 49, 76, 567, XIV 162, XV 514, XVII 512, payments to, XIII 77, 295, report on petition of, XV 680–81, requests more money, XV 378–80, 605–7, 680–81, XXVI 692, and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 418n
Sargent, Winthrop: The Life and Career of Major John André, Adjutant-General of the British Army in America, XXVI 397n
Sarly, Jacob: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 35, 640, IV 160; on military situation in Mysore, X 389
Sarly and Barnwall: New York City merchant firm, X 389n; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 44, 48, 641n
Sarragon, —— (Mr.): and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 673
Sarrazin (Sarraizn), Jonathan: and petition of Samuel Prioleau, XVI 88
Sartine, Antoine-Jean-Raymond-Gualbert-Gabriel, comte d’Alby de: French Minister of Marine, II 520, XXVI 799
Sasportas, Abraham: Charleston, S.C., merchant, and French privateers, XVI 447n, XVII 192
Sault Sainte Marie (Saut de St. Marie): James Wilkinson on importance of frontier defenses, XXIII 377, 381
Saunders, John: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 75
Saunders, Nathan: shipmaster, and customs regulations, XXVI 602
Saunders, Peleg: shipmaster, and customs regulations, IX 205, 214, XXVI 625
Saunders, Roger Parker: agent for Nathanael Greene in S.C., XVIII 401
Savage, Benjamin: London merchant and banker, XIII 475n, XVIII 283n, 368n, XXVI 142n
Savage, George: collector of customs, Cherrystone, Va., accounts of, XIII 38–39, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87
Savage, Joseph: Army (1789), payments to, XIII 297, 298, 300, 302, XVII 524
Savage, Timothy: suspected of fraud, VI 41
Savage, William: shipmaster, charges British with captures and impressments, XXIV 426–27n
Savalet, ——: Basque fisherman, exploration of North America, III 707
Savannah, Ga., IV 227n, V 419n, VI 38n, VII 458n, VIII 49, 167, IX 307n, XI 202n, XII 206–7, XXVI 519–20n; in American Revolution, II 170n, 181, 187n, 194n, 199n, 210, 213, 220, 395, III 84, V 358, XIX 429, XXVI 376n, 421, 422n, 423n; and Army (Quasi-War), XXII 348, 349, 462, 463, XXIII 573n, 597; Aaron Burr’s visit to, XXVI 22n; collector of customs at, XIX 472n (see also Habersham, John), accounts, XI 238; customs regulations, XII 206n; enforcement of excise at, VIII 404, 502; fortification of (Quasi-War), XXI 366; and French privateers, XVI 447n; French vice consul at, see La Forest, Antoine René Charles Mathurin de; lighthouse at, VII 136, VIII 348, XVI 246; naval officer for the port of, accounts of, XI 238; and petition of Catharine Greene, X 415, 436, 436n, 461; port of entry, customs accounts, XIII 38–39, 571, 573, 577, 578, XV 408n, 478–79, 482–83, 486–87; and postal service, VI 195n, 199, deputy postmaster at, see Davies, Edward, postmaster at, see Watt, Alexander; revenue cutter for, VII 32, 65; surveyor of customs for the port of, see Berrien, John, accounts, XI 235; Washington’s visit to, VIII 242, 470
Savannah River, X 466; in American Revolution, XXVI 376n; in Quasi-War, XXII 462, XXIII 506
Savin, William: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 293
Savoie-Carignan, Prince François Eugène de, V 265
Savoy, Eugene of, see Savoie-Carignan, Prince François Eugène de
Savoy, Victor Amadeus II, duke of, IV 389–90
Savoy: U.S. relations with, XV 205; and wars of French Revolution, XIV 406, XV 57
Sawyer, Edmund: resignation as inspector of revenue for the port and surveyor, Pasquotank River Bridge, N.C., XIII 33; XVI 526n
Sawyer, Enoch: deputy collector of customs, Plankbridge, N.C., and customs regulations, IX 478
Sawyer, Helena: and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 289
Sawyer, James: Additional Army candidate (Vt.), XXII 118, 428–29, 430; assistant to U.S. marshal, District of Vt., pay for census, XIII 103, 143
Sawyer, Mathias E.: appointment, inspector of revenue and surveyor, Pasquotank River Bridge, N.C., XVI 526n
Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, Prince Friedrich Josias von: and French Revolution, XIV 520n, XV 44, 45n
Saxon, John: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 585, XXIV 247
Saxony, I 382, IV 387. See also Holy Roman Empire
Sayre, Benjamin: shipmaster, and customs regulations, XXVI 576
Sayre, Stephen: career, XIX 296n; and Jay Treaty, XIX 294; and plans for bank in New York City, III 507, 508n, 520
Sayward, Joseph: lighthouse keeper, Thacher Island, Mass., XI 133, 480
Scale beams and weights: manufacture of, X 169, 283
Scammell, Alexander: Army (American Revolution), I 196, 422, II 171, 366, 517n, 588, 658, XXVI 398, 409, 410
Scammell: N.H. revenue cutter, IX 195n, 297–98, 416–17, X 365–66, 383–84, 384–85, XI 4, 60, 315, 610, XIII 275, XIV 480, XV 6, XXVI 701n
Scanderic (Al-Iskandariyah), see Alexandria, Egypt
Scanlan, James: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 637, XXIV 632, 652, 653
Scaramouch: Henry Laurens’s slave, III 606
Scarborough, Tobago Island, West Indies: French regulation of U.S. trade with, X 392n
Scarpanto, see Carpathus
Schaaff, Arthur: member, Md. governor’s council, and election of 1800, XXIV 592n
Schachner, Nathan: Alexander Hamilton, I 14n, II 235, III 514n, 568n, IV 40n, XXI 121–22n
Schaffner, George: Army (American Revolution), payment for services, VI 542
Scharf, J. Thomas, and Thompson Westcott: History of Philadelphia 1609–1884, VII 470n
Scheel, Henri Othon de: Treatise of Artillery …, XXIII 195n
Scheldt River, III 579–80n; and wars of French Revolution, XIV 400, XV 59
Schemnitz (Bansha Stiavnica), I 383
Schenck, Abraham: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 389n
Schenck (Schenk), John: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 389n; and N.Y. Senate elections (1802), XXV 611n
John Schenck, Hendrick Schenck, Abraham Schenck, Letty Schenck, and Margaret Schenck by Frederick Froelinghuysen her next Friend v Paul Schenck and Henry A. Williams: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 389n, 448–49
Schenck, Letty: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 389n
Schenck, Margaret: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 389n
Schenck, Martin: pay for subsistence to prisoners of British, XIII 92
Schenck, Nicholas: pay for subsistence to prisoners of British, XIII 92
Schenck, Paul: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 389
Schenck family: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 30
Schenectady, N.Y., XI 383n, XVIII 187n, XX 328n, XXIII 160; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 32
Schenk, John, see Schenck, John
Scherer, see Shérer
Schermerhorn, Daniel: report on petition of, XI 300, 309
Schermerhorn, John W.: recommends Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXIII 619
Schermerhorn, Peter: director, N.Y. branch, Bank of the U.S., XXVI 206
Schieffelin, Hannah (Mrs. Jacob): and the Grange, XXV 38
Schieffelin, Jacob: New York City druggist, and the Grange, XXV 38, 397, 398, XXVI 285, 298
Schimmelpennick, Rutger Jan: Dutch banker, and Holland Land Company, VI 337n, XVIII 31n, XX 45–46n, XXVI 608n
Schinkel, Berndt von: ed., Minnen Ur Sveriges Nyare Historia, XX 493n
Schneider, Jacob: Reading, Pa., newspaper ed., office destroyed, XXIV 7n
Schoharie, N.Y.: and American Revolution, II 481
Schomaker, —— (Mrs.): and Hamilton’s trip to Cooperstown, N.Y., XVIII 345n
Schoodic (Schoodiac) River (now St. Croix River), and U.S. northeast boundary, VII 114n, 151n, 152, X 494–95n, XXVI 532n
Schoolbred, James: British vice consul, Charleston, S.C., XV 682
Schoonhoven, Peter: comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 99
Schoonmaker, Cornelius C.: member, House of Representatives (N.Y.), pay, XV 508, XVII 506
Schrieber, Jacob (Jacques): Army (American Revolution), and report on, to Continental Congress, III 203, 204n
Schriver, Henry: Army contractor (Quasi-War), XXIII 10, XXIV 16
Schroeder, Henry: purchaser of Government bills on Amsterdam, XIII 495
Schroppel, George C.: payment to, for bill of exchange drawn by Santo Domingo on France, XVII 537
Schulenburgh, Matthias Johann, count von: and retreat across Oder River, V 355
Schuler, G.: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 32
Schureman, James: comments on Additional Army candidates (N.J.), XXII 121, 122, 123; delegate, Annapolis Convention (N.J.), III 690; member, House of Representatives (N.J.), pay, XIII 64, 66, 67, 68; recommends candidate for capt. of revenue cutter, VI 546n, XXVI 818
Schurerman, see Schureman, James
Schuss, Wilhelm: gunsmith, and repair of Hamilton’s weapon, XXVI 296
Schuyler, —— (Mr.), XXI 518
Schuyler, Angelica, see Church, Angelica Schuyler (Mrs. John B.)
Schuyler, Angelica Van Rensselaer (Mrs. John Cortlandt): and estate of John Cortlandt Schuyler, XXV 41–42
Schuyler, Arent (brother of Peter Schuyler): and N.J. copper mine, XVII 438n
Schuyler, Catherine Groesbeck (Mrs. Peter, Jr. [father]), XXVI 96n
Schuyler, Catherine Van Rensselaer (Mrs. Philip) (mother of Elizabeth Hamilton): II 525, 526, 543, 552, 577, 586, 604, 666, 669, 678, 689, III 97, 193, 431, 477, 595, 667, 684, VI 552n, VII 35, VIII 344, XVII 357, XIX 204n, 312, XXI 388, 483n, XXIV 211, 221, XXV 347, 348, 422, 581, XXVI 36, 855, 859, 864; birth of Catherine Van Rensselaer Schuyler (daughter), II 577; death of, XXVI 93, 94n, 111–12; estate of, XXV 416, XXVI 225n, 289; and estate of John Cortlandt Schuyler, XXV 41n; family background, III 259n, XXI 14n, 495n, XXII 35n, 88, 223, XXV 41n, 61, XXVI 168, 429; Hamilton as representative of, III 20, 430, 576, XXVI 449–50; and Hamilton’s marriage to Elizabeth Schuyler, II 305–6, 309–10, 351, 353, 362, 389, 449, 474, 493, 500; illness of, III 678, XXV 586; and reconciliation with son, V 339–40
Schuyler, Catherine Van Rensselaer (daughter of Philip Schuyler), XXIV 219, 224, XXV 42, 252, 416, 581, XXVI 36, 92n, 93, 95, 138; birth of, II 577
Schuyler, Cornelia (daughter of Philip Schuyler), X 581, XI 378. See also Morton, Cornelia Schuyler (Mrs. Washington)
Schuyler, Cornelia Van Cortlandt (Mrs. John) (mother of Philip Schuyler), XX 455n
Schuyler, Cortlandt (Philip Schuyler’s brother): estate of, XXV 41–42, 148
Schuyler, Elizabeth: Hamilton’s courtship of, II 262, 269–70, 285, 285–87, 305–6, 309–10, 329, 348, 350, 350–51, 353, 361–62, 370–71, 374–75, 387–89, 397–400, 418–20, 422–23, 431, 441–42, 446n, 447, 448–79, 455–56, 460n, 471, 473–75, 482, 491, 492–94; marriage to Hamilton, II 521, XXI 78–79, XXVI 408n, XXVII 6–7. See also Hamilton, Elizabeth Schuyler
Schuyler, Elizabeth Ten Broeck (Mrs. Rensselaer) (daughter of Abraham Ten Broeck; daughter-in-law of Philip Schuyler), XXII 88n, XXV 416n, XXVI 139n
Schuyler, George Lee (son of Philip Jeremiah Schuyler; husband of Hamilton’s granddaughter), I 39n
Schuyler, George W.: Colonial New York: Philip Schuyler and His Family, XII 298n
Schuyler, Gertrude Schuyler (Mrs. Peter, Jr. [son]) (sister of Philip Schuyler), XX 455n, XXVI 96n, 717n. See also Cochran, Gertrude Schuyler (Mrs. John)
Schuyler, Harmanus (Hermanus) P. (great-grandson of Peter Schuyler): Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 48, 57–58, 101, 107, 429, 430
Schuyler, Johannes (grandfather of Philip Schuyler), XII 298
Schuyler, John (father of Philip Schuyler), XX 455n
Schuyler, John (son of Arent Schuyler): and N.J. copper mine, XVII 438n
Schuyler, John: Institution of the Society of the Cincinnati, Formed by the Officers of the American Army of the Revolution, 1783, III 636–37n, 637n, 677n, 693n, 694n, V 300n
Schuyler, John Bradstreet (son of Philip Schuyler), III 572, 573n, XVII 357, XXVI 139n; and Hamilton’s account with Philip Schuyler, III 19–20
Schuyler, John Cortlandt (son of Cortlandt Schuyler; nephew of Philip Schuyler): Hamilton’s law clerk, III 572, 573n; estate of, XXV 41–42; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 27, 33
Schuyler, Margarita (Margaret) (Philip Schuyler’s daughter), II 269–70, 286, 388–89, 449, 456, 493, 521, 543, 648, 653, 666, 683, III 8n, 97, 129–30, XXVII 7; and Marquis de Fleury, II 419, 420n; Hamilton’s advice to, on marriage, II 539. See also Van Rensselaer, Margarita (Margaret) (Mrs. Stephen)
Schuyler, Nicholas (Dr.): surgeon’s mate (American Revolution), petition to Continental Congress, III 437
Schuyler, Peter (Philip Schuyler’s great-uncle), XXII 58n
Schuyler, Peter (nephew of Philip Schuyler): member, N.Y. Senate, IX 246, and N.Y. senatorial election (1791), VII 446
Schuyler, Peter, Jr. (father) (uncle of Philip Schuyler; husband of Catherine Groesbeck Schuyler), XXVI 96n
Schuyler, Peter, Jr. (son) (Philip Schuyler’s cousin; husband of Gertrude Schuyler), XXVI 96n, 717
Schuyler, Peter Philip (brother of Peter Schuyler, Jr. [son]): Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 583, XXIV 41, 246, 247
Schuyler, Philip, II 262n, 310n, 383, 397, 420, 429, 434, 473, 479, 486, 521, 536, 540, 546, 586, 593n, 648, 674, III 8n, 27n, 58n, 72, 97, 110n, 129n, 193, 198, 255, 293, 305, 314, 340, 414, 458, 476, 477, 603, 604, 605, 640, 684, IV 156, 279, 283, V 485n, 531, VI 459, X 562, XI 3n, 272, XII 298n, XV 393, 590, XVII 452, XVIII 305n, 330, 336, XIX 186, XXI 227, 251, 326, 496, XXII 77, 88, XXIII 252, XXIV 412, XXV 15, 67, 72, 439, 475, XXVI 94, 95, 177n, 225n, 289, 376, 408n, 411n, 424, 594n, 619, 870; and alien landownership, XXI 91, 92–93n; and American Revolution, V 264, 267, XXVI 376–77, 392n, 395n, 398–99, 475n, and Hamilton’s dispute with Washington, II 563–68, 575–77, and Indian affairs, I 488, II 25, 29, 60, XXVI 376–77n, 392n, on military and political situation, II 480–81, 498–500, 542–43, 551–52, 604, 646–47, 666, 676–77, III 348–50, trip to Hartford, Conn., II 433, 447, 497, 499; Army (American Revolution), I 203, 224, 225n, 228, 283n, 285, 287, 290n, 291, 295n, 295–96, 322, 605, V 264, 267, opposition of Congress and loss of command, I 307–8, 428, 488, 600, relations with Washington after loss of command, I 313, 585, 600, II 25, 29, 60, 71, 187, 195, 221, 322, 353, 425, 525, 526, resignation, XXVI 376–77; on Army (Quasi-War), XXII 56–58, XXIII 267; and Army contract (1782), XXVII 8; Army supplies (1793), XV 590–91; on Aaron Burr, XX 544; candidate, Continental Congress (N.Y.), III 117n, 189n; cipher devised by, XXII 208, XXIII 173, 180; on claims of Continental Army officers, XI 190; comments on Additional Army candidates (N.Y.), XXII 95, 97, 101, 103, 104, 105, 108, 451, XXIII 267; death of, XXVI 146n; delegate, Continental Congress (N.Y.), II 221, 236, 322, 330, XXV 115n; and estate of John Bradstreet, XXVI 144–46n; family matters, II 543, 551–52, 603–4, 641, 646, 653n, 666, 669n, 676, 688, III 258, 267, 350, 571, 595, 667, 678, 697, V 339–40, VI 245, VII 35, 608, VIII 343–44, XI 378, XIII 525, XV 342n, 343–48, 349–50, 359n, 398–99, 432n, 457, 619–21, XVII 15, 85, 101, XVIII 18–19, 276n, 288, 300, 309, XIX 311–12, XX 236, 354, 455n, XXI 28, 51, 53–54, 61–62, 78–79, 360, 482, XXII 450–51, XXIII 173, 407–8, 413, XXIV 221, 224, 536, XXV 84, 123–24, 347, 348, 371, 374, 416, 489, 581, 586, XXVI 19, 35–36, 93–94, 95–96, 111–12, 137–38, 410n; fortification of New York City (1797–1798), XX 543–44, XXI 477n, XXII 79–80; and the Grange, XXV 38, 42, 83–84, 124, 422; Hamilton as business and legal representative for, III 2, 19–20, 41, 42, 83, 116, 432, 507, 560, 577, 593, 678, 679, 697, XIV 192, XIX 200–4, 216, 216–17, XX 252, XXI 13, XXIII 160n, 333, 455, XXV 41–42, 123, 148, 416, 421n, XXVI 112, 143, 284, 419, 474, 476; and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XIII 222n; and Hamilton’s duel with Aaron Burr, XXVI 243–46; Hamilton’s opinion of, II 408–9, III 138; on Hamilton’s resignation as Secretary of the Treasury, XVIII 18; illness of, II 351, 457, 572, 646, III 572, VIII 344, XX 354, XXI 13, 28, 51, 55–56, 58, 62, 310, 360, 387, XXII 80, XXIV 211, 224, XXV 416, 422, 428, 489, XXVI 112, 128; and Indian affairs, XV 584–85, 621, XXVI 510–11, 620; and Jay Treaty, XX 138–39; on Jefferson, XXIV 535–36, XXVI 36, 112; land speculation, V 239, X 581, XII 422, 423n, XIII 245–46, XIX 200–4, 216, 217; and Manhattan Company XXII 446–50; member, Board of Regents, XXV 581, 586; member, N.Y. Council of Appointment, IV 507–8; member, N.Y. Senate, II 425, 447, 550, III 611, 663, 664n, XXV 368n; on the “Million Bank,” XI 28, 156; on N.Y. debt to U.S., XV 621; and N.Y. gubernatorial election (1792), XI 1–2, 5–7, 378, XIII 245–46; on N.Y. politics, (1792) X 579–81, (1797–98) XXI 13, 387, 388, XXII 79–80; on N.Y. senatorial campaign (1795), XVIII 18, 186–87; and N.Y.-Vt. land dispute, V 162–63n; and Panic of 1792, XI 174–75, 186–90, XXVI 661–62; president, Northern Inland Lock Navigation Company, XII 211–12n, Western Inland Lock Navigation Company, XXV 586, XXVI 36; “To the Public Creditors of the State of New York,” III 171–76; and ratification of Constitution, V 35n, 91, 138n; relations with Hamilton before Hamilton’s marriage, II 221, 235–36, 305–7, 330, 351, 375, 387, 399–400, 418, 422, 432–33, 447–48, 449, 457–58, 474, 480–81, 498–500; and “Report on Public Credit,” VI 62; senatorial campaign (1791), VII 411, 442–43, 446, 616, IX 247n; and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, XI 186–87, 611; on U.S.-France relations, XV 458, 621, XXI 28–29, 387–88, XXII 57; U.S. Senate election (1789), V 339, 344, 360–61, 362, 363n; U.S. Senator (N.Y.), and bill establishing Bank of the U.S., VIII 142, election (1797), XXVI 238, pay, XIII 59, 60, 61, resignation (1798), XXI 433n; on weights and measures, VII 396
Schuyler, Philip (Hamilton’s great grandson; son of George Lee Schuyler), I 39n
Schuyler, Philip (son of John Bradstreet Schuyler; grandson of Philip Schuyler), XXVI 138, 139n
Schuyler, Philip A. (son of Arent Schuyler): and N.J. copper mine, XVII 438n
Schuyler, Philip Jeremiah (son of Philip Schuyler), XXIII 173, XXV 42, 604n, XXVI 59, 139n; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 177, 224–25; Hamilton’s purchases for, as student, III 19–20; return from England, V 339
Philip J. Schuyler and Sarah his wife, and George Suckley and Catherine his wife v John R. Cozine et al.: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 177–78n
Schuyler, Philip P. (son of Philip Jeremiah Schuyler; grandson of Philip Schuyler), XXVI 138, 139n
Schuyler, Philip Stephen (nephew of Philip Schuyler): Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 104, 108; Army (Quasi-War), XXII 370, 371n, 451n, XXIV 659
Schuyler, Philip Van Cortlandt (son of Stephen Schuyler; nephew of Philip Schuyler), XXII 451
Schuyler, Rensselaer (son of Philip Schuyler), XV 399, XXV 416, 422, XXVI 138, 139n; Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 88, 97
Schuyler, Sarah Rutsen (Mrs. Philip Jeremiah), V 339–40, XXVI 60n; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 177–78n
Schuyler, Stephen (brother of Philip Schuyler): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 20, 58, 621, XXV 41n, 123–24, XXVI 806
Schuyler, Stephen J., see Schuyler, Stephen
Schuyler, Herkimer County, N.Y., XIX 200
Schuyler Copper Mine, N.J., XVIII 30; and U.S. Mint, XVII 437–38, 462
Schuyler family: in N.Y. politics, III 615–16
Schuyler’s (or Schuyler) Lake, Otsego County, N.Y.: and Hamilton’s trip to Cooperstown, XVIII 345n
Schuylkill River, Pa., IX 114n, XXI 289n, 293n; and American Revolution, I 326–27n, 328n, 332n, 413, 486n, 487, 495, 543n
Schwatz (Schwaz), Austria, I 381
Schweighauser, Jean-Daniel: U.S. commercial agent, Nantes (American Revolution), XXIV 554n
Schweitzer, Jenneret, and Company, see Schweizer, Jeanneret, and Company
Schweizer, Jean Gaspar: Paris banker, partner of James Swan, XVIII 458
Schweizer, Jeanneret, and Company: Paris banking firm, and U.S. debt to France, VII 355–68, 431–34, VIII 11–12, 170, 176, 260, 263, 268, 324, 336n, 421–23, IX 22–23, 61–62n, 63–65, 161, XIV 519–20n
Scilly Islands: and British Channel Fleet, VII 120n
Scioto Associates, see Scioto Company
Scioto Company, IX 74, 559n, XI 248n, XV 220n, 290n, XIX 361n, XXII 88n, XXIII 235n, XXVI 595n, 657n; foreign sales and settlement, VI 352, 421–22, 575n, 578n, VII 388–89, 433n, IX 75n, 253–55, XI 23n, 266n, XIII 486n; organization and activities of, VI 346–47n, 352n, 422n, VII 389n, VIII 227–33, XXVI 654n; and Panic of 1792, XXVI 652, 654n, 671–72; William Playfair on, VIII 227–33, IX 253–55; survey of lands of, VII 416, VIII 362n, XI 364n, XIII 233n, XXVI 581. See also Barlow, Joel, and Duer, William, and Flint, Royal, and Walker, Daniel
Scioto River, Northwest Territory, IX 210n; boundary of Scioto Company lands, VII 389n, VIII 230n
Scipio Africanus Major (Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus), I 394, IV 314, V 357
Sclavonia, see Slavonia
Scofield, Benjamin: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 418
Scorpion (ship): and embargo, XVI 509
Scotch Plains, N.J.: and American Revolution, I 275; Hamilton’s trip to, at end of Quasi-War, XXIV 336n, 468, 476, 477, 479, 489, 497, 498, 502, 504, 505, 517n, 520, 524, 530–31n, 544; winter quarters (Quasi-War), XXIII 469, 538n, XXIV 61, 85n, 100n, 306n, 321n, 503
Scotch Presbyterian Church, New York City, XXV 403n
Scotland, I 230n, 369, III 203n, 475n, V 464, 491, VII 182, 187, IX 434, XVI 22n, XXIV 231, 265n; banking in, VII 239, 244, 248, 254, VIII 19, 219, XII 244, XIV 86, 88; commissioners and trustees for improving fisheries and manufactures, and “Report on Manufactures,” X 304n; economic conditions in, I 144, 377, X 112, 191, 304; emigration from, I 147, XI 328–29, XIV 87; and French Revolution, XV 61, XXI 525; government of, IV 374, 523, V 178, 525; and Hamilton’s ancestry, I 3n, XXII 61n, 220n, XXVI 869; U.S. trade with, VI 23, VIII 435
Scott, Alexander: Army contractor, XVII 325–26, 326, 328, 329n, 348, 349, 375–76, payment to, XIII 567, XV 524
Scott, Charles: in American Revolution, XXVI 361n; Army (American Revolution), I 277–78, 503, 504, 507, 510, 574, 578n, II 41, 57, 86, 87, 94, 102, 115; campaigns against Indians, VIII 532, 545, IX 210n, 211n, XVII 123; career, XXII 285n; comments on Additional Army candidates (Ky.), XXII 285, 286; and petition of Catharine Greene, X 413n, 422n, 432–33, 453n
Scott, Daniel (Dr.): estate of, claim against U.S. Government, VIII 27n, 62, 148
Scott, Edward: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 144
Scott, Gustavus: and relief of Santo Domingan refugees, XVI 189–90n
Scott (Scot), Hugh: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 135
Scott, Hugh, Jr.: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 206
Scott, James: shipmaster, Neptune from London, and customs regulations, VI 432
Scott, James: New York City merchant, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 383
Scott, James (Va.): Army (American Revolution), I 229
Scott, James, and Company: New York City merchant firm, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 383
James Scott and Company v Columbian Insurance Company and others: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 383
Scott, James Brown: ed., The Armed Neutralities of 1780 and 1800, XV 204n, XVI 543n, XVIII 436–37n, XIX 504n, 507–8n. See also Hunt, Gaillard
Scott, John: collector of customs, Chester, Md., VI 430, accounts, XIII 38–39, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87, administration of office, enforcement of customs regulations, and instructions to, VI 36, 252, 456–57 (see also “Treasury Department circulars to the collectors of customs”)
Scott, John: London attorney, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 87
Scott, John (New York City): supplies for the Grange, XXV 119, 235
Scott, John M.: comment on Additional Army candidate (Ky.), XXII 285
Scott (Scot), John Morin: Army (American Revolution), brigade of, and Hamilton’s artillery co., I 187n, 190n; delegate, Continental Congress (N.Y.), III 117, 188–89, 356n; Hamilton’s opinion of, III 138–39, 140; member, N.Y. Governor’s Council (American Revolution), V 302n
Scott, John Vander Speigle: lawyer, Catskill, N.Y., and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 210
Scott, Lewis Allaire (son of John Morin Scott): N.Y. Secretary of State, III 679, 680n, XVIII 270n, XXVI 810
Scott, Margaret (Mrs. Daniel), see Page, Margaret Scott (Mrs. John)
Scott, Moses (Dr.): payment for Army medical supplies, XIII 301, XVII 524
Scott, Richard M: collector of customs, Dumfries, Va., accounts of, XIII 38–39, 572, 575, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87
Scott, Samuel: and excise opposition, XVII 29n, 33n
Scott, Thomas: member, House of Representatives (Pa.), pay, XIII 64, 65, 66, 68, and pay of American Revolution soldiers, VIII 402, 403n, and U.S. manufactures, X 234n
Scott, Sir William: counsel for U.S. under Article 7, Jay Treaty, XIX 317n, 343n
Scott, William (Md.): Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 584, XXIV 243
Scott, William (N.H.): Army (American Revolution), II 50
Scott, William Robert: The Constitution and Finance of English, Scottish and Irish Joint-Stock Companies to 1720, VII 254n
Scott and Tremaine: money owed to, by Hamilton at death, XXVI 307
“Scourge”: pseudonym incorrectly attributed to Hamilton, XII 411–12
Scranton, Pa., IX 380n
Scriba, George: New York City merchant, and customs regulations, IX 16; land speculation, XXI 94n, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 123, 125; and sale of Government bill on Amsterdam, XIII 493
Scriba’s Patent, N.Y.: Hamilton’s purchase in, XXI 94n, XXVI 38–39n, 154n, 276, 283, 298, 861; survey of, XXII 396n
Scribner, Abraham: report on petition of, XIII 259–60
Scudder, Henry: delegate, N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 293
Scudder, Nathaniel: delegate, Continental Congress (N.J.), and American Revolution, II 133
Scudder, William: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 48, 100; Army (American Revolution), II 123
Scull, John: ed, The Pittsburgh Gazette, and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 374n, 381n
Scythes: bounty on, proposed, X 121; Hamilton’s proposal for tax on (1787), IV 45; manufacture of, in Conn., IX 342, in Providence, R.I., IX 445
Seabury, Samuel: The Congress Canvassed …, I 79n, 83; Free Thoughts on the Proceedings of the Continental Congress …, I 45n, 71n, 74–75n, 79n; Hamilton’s replies to pamphlets of, I 45–79, 81–165; A View of the Controversy Between Great-Britain and her Colonies …, IV 81n, 82n, 86n, 130n, 133n, 148n, 163n
Seagrove, James: collector of customs, St. Marys, Ga., accounts, XIII 38–39, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87, and fortification of St. Marys, Ga., XVII 323, 339, 474–75; inspector of the revenue for the port of St. Marys, Ga., XVII 323n; U.S. Indian agent, XIII 148n, 569, XIV 339, 492, 495n, XV 399, 524–25, 643, 644n, XVI 588, 590n, XVII 202, 535
Seagrove, Robert (brother and partner of James Seagrove): Army contractor (American Revolution), XV 399, 400n
Seagrove, Robert, and Company: Army contractor, payment to, XV 523
Sea Horse (British frigate): and protection of China trade, IX 51
Seals: for courts, XII 32; for territories, XII 28, 35
Seal tax, see Lawyers
Seaman, Edmund: New York City merchant, and Jay Treaty, XX 127n
Seaman, Valentine (Dr.): certificate of (Quasi-War), XXIII 637
Seaman, Willet: and Merchants’ Bank, XXVI 204n; president, New York City Manumission Society; XXV 414
Seamen: enlistment of, by foreign countries, XV 115, 159, 169, 180, by France, XV 244, 246, 249; impressment of, and attempts by John Browne Cutting to liberate from British, X 565n, XIX 516–17, 518n, XX 183–84n, by British, (1790) XIV 336, XVI 404–5n, XIX 516–17, XX 183–84n, (1793) XIV 336, (1795) XIX 204–5, 206n, (1796) Hamilton on, XX 130, 389–90, 412, (1800) XXIV 426–27n, French protests against British practice of, XX 389–90, 412, lack of provision against in Jay Treaty, Hamilton on, XIX 105–8, 152, 235–36, 393; legislation for disabled, XIV 72n, 73; from Mass. and Quasi-War, XXIII 30; for a navy, Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 344
Sea otter skins: and China trade, IX 45–49
Searl, —— (Mr.): Boston shipbuilder, IX 285
Searle, James: delegate, Continental Congress (Pa.), II 226
Sears, Isaac: Boston privateer, Hamilton sends views on government to, II 472–73; New York City leader of raid on James Rivington’s press, I 176, V 300, 304, 305; partner of Paschal Smith in New York City merchant firm, and China trade, IX 42n, death, III 16n, estate of, III 49, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 7–8, 17, 49
Sears adsm executor of Chapman Blackbourne: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 64
Sears and Smith: New York City merchant firm, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 16, 17, 49
Sears and Smith v William Campbell: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 65
Sears v Hepburne: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 64
Seat of government, see National capital
Seaton, see Seton
Sebor, James F.: payment for interest on loan office certificates, XIII 100, 140
Secession: John Lansing, Jr. on, at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 194n, 196n; and representative government, Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 538; threat of in Va. Ratifying Convention, James Madison on, V 61; threat of in 1804, XXVI 189, 192, 309–10
Seckel, Henry: and “Reynolds Affair,” XIII 115, XXI 234, 248, 273, 276–77
Seconde, see Segond
A Second Letter from Phocian to the Considerate Citizens of New-York Containing Remarks on Mentor’s Reply, III 530–58, VII 461n, XI 3n, XXVI 479n
“Second Report on the Further Provision Necessary for Establishing Public Credit” (December 13, 1790), VII 235, 236–342, 399n, 410, VIII 60, 133, 218, IX 389, XVIII 18, XXVI 594, 595n; introductory note to, VII 236–56
Second River, N.J.: and American Revolution, I 332; and site of Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, IX 268–69
Secretary at War, see Congress (under Articles of Confederation) and Knox, Henry, and Lincoln, Benjamin
Secretary of State: candidates for office of (1795), XIX 356–57, 395–97, XX 48n; legislation concerning, as commissioner of sinking fund, XI 39n; legislation concerning performance of duties of, in case of death, absence, or sickness, XVIII 244n; as member of commission on American Revolution monument, XI 112n; and presidential succession, XI 441. See also Jay, John, and Jefferson, Thomas, and Madison, James, and Marshall, John, and Pickering, Timothy, and Randolph, Edmund, and Smith, Robert (Md.)
Secretary of the Navy: candidates for office of (1798), XXI 465; establishment of office of, XXI 460, 461n; and legislation concerning supplies for Navy, XXIII 449. See also Smith, Robert (Md.), and Stoddert, Benjamin
Secretary of the Treasury: as acting Secretary of War, XVII 89n, 90–91, 107–8, 114, 121–22, 123–24, 142–43, 146n, 210–11, 221, 233–34, 241–42, 252n, 270–75, 312; duties of, XVI 114–15, Hamilton on, VIII 499–500, in relation to national bank, VII 297–98, 337, 406; Jefferson on, XXV 447; legislation concerning, as commissioner of sinking fund, XI 39n; legislation concerning office of, XVIII 243–44; and legislation and resolutions concerning right to borrow, XI 610n, XIV 5–6, 26–27, XVI 193–95, 196; as member of commission on American Revolution monument, XI 112n. See also Dexter, Samuel, and Gallatin, Albert, and Hamilton, Alexander, and Wolcott, Oliver, Jr.
Secretary of War: candidate for office of, (1794) XVI 424n, XVIII 356n, (1795) XIX 357–58, 436, 437–39, 453–54, XX 48n; Jefferson on, XXV 447, XXVI 15; legislation concerning office of, XVIII 244n; as member of commission on American Revolution monument, XI 112n; relationship to Treasury Department, XI 389; relations with Army accountant (Quasi-War), XXIV 457; and supplies for Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 409, 410. See also Dearborn, Henry, and Dexter, Samuel, and Knox, Henry, and McHenry, James, and Pickering, Timothy, and Poinsett, Joel E., and Stoddert, Benjamin
Secretary to the President of the United States, see Lear, Tobias
Secret Proceedings and Debates of the Convention Assembled at Philadelphia in the Year 1787, For the Purpose of Forming the Constitution, IV 159n. See also Yates, Robert
Secret service: Hamilton on money needed for, during crisis with France, XXI 487. See also American Revolution and Army: secret service
Securities, public, see Public credit and public debt, securities (U.S.)
Sedam, Cornelius R.: Army (American Revolution), and illegal Army contractors, XXVI 626; Regular Army, pay, XIII 297
Sedgwick, Pamela Dwight (Mrs. Theodore): XV 285
Sedgwick, Theodore, V 242, 244, 246n; career, XXVI 80n; delegate, Continental Congress (Mass.), V 210n; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 331, 348, XXII 439; justice, Mass. Supreme Court, XXVI 234, 476, 760, and Hamilton’s final letter, XXVI 309–10, on political situation (1803), XXVI 78–80; member, House of Representatives (Mass.), XVI 308n, XIX 496n, XXIII 600n, and Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 28, 66, and Army appropriations, XVI 135, correspondence with Hamilton, on U.S. fiscal policy, XVI 50, 52–53, 338n, XVIII 277–78, on U.S. neutrality (1793), XV 285, and cost of Indian campaign, XI 351n, 433n, and Jay Treaty, XX 67, 114n, pay, XIII 65, 66, 68, XV 507, XVII 506, and pay of Army (American Revolution), VIII 402, and U.S. fiscal policy, XVIII 50–51, 56, 277–78, and U.S. relations with Great Britain, XVI 132, 133, 188; speaker, House of Representatives, XXIV 463, on John Adams, XXIV 467–68, 482, XXV 198n, and election of 1800, XXIV 270, 444–53, 470, 474–75, XXV 33, 258, 262, 269–70, 273, 286, 310–13, 320–21, 328, and resignation of Oliver Wolcott, Jr., XXV 109n, on U.S. relations with France, XXIV 482, XXV 262; speaker, Mass. House of Representatives, correspondence with Hamilton on election of 1788, V 225, 228, 230–31; U.S. Senator (Mass.), XXII 49, on John Adams, XXII 471–72, 494–95, and Army (Quasi-War), XXII 168, 453, 470–71, 494, comments on Additional Army candidates (N.Y. and Mass.), XXII 91, 327, 328, 604, correspondence with Hamilton, on Ky. and Va. resolutions, XXII 452–53, 469–70, on relations with France, XXII 487–88, 493, 494–95, 503, and election of 1796, XX 402–7, Hamilton’s correspondence with, on fiscal policy, XX 473–75, 499–504, XXI 99, 106, on relations with France, XX 521–23, and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 133, and U.S. relations with France, XXI 361–63, 466n
Sedgwick, Theodore: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XIII 583, XXIV 245
Sedgwick, Thomas: and excise opposition, XVII 28, 29n, 182, 272–73
Sedgwick, William: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 418
Sedition: Hamilton on, (1799) XXIII 604, in The Federalist, IV 312, 369, 433, 436, 439, 440, 449, 627, 715, in N.Y. Assembly, IV 82
“Sedition Act,” XXV 24n, 174n; arrest of James T. Callender for violation of, XXVI 37n; arrest of Charles Holt for violation of, XXV 174n; Hamilton on, XXI 522, XXV 357, 364; indictment of William Duane under, XXV 174n, XXVI 128n; opposition to, XXII 422–23, XXV 304n, 350n, 357, XXVI 200–1. See also Congress of the U.S.: acts of, “An Act in addition to the act, entitled ‘An Act for the punishment of certain crimes against the United States’” (July 14, 1798)
Sée, Henri: “Commerce Between France and the United States, 1783–1784,” XIII 404n
Seely, Charles: and counterfeiting, VIII 252, 253n, 295
Seely, Samuel C.: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXIII 612, 638
Segond (Seconde, Segonde), Jacques (James), chevalier de: Army (American Revolution), payment for services, VI 541, 542, X 547–48n, XVII 539, XX 203n
Seguin Island, District of Me.: lighthouse on, XVI 471n, XVII 430, XVIII 201
Ségur, Louis-Philippe, comte de: French Army (American Revolution), III 71, 193
Ségur, R. V. (Mrs.): refugee from Santo Domingo, XIX 431
Seine River, France, I 380
Seixas, Benjamin: New York City merchant, contract for oil for lighthouses, XIV 332n; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 690, XVIII 205, 294, 314; and house for rent to John B. Church, XIX 312
Selby, William: collector of customs and inspector of the revenue for the port, Snow Hill, Md., XVII 109
Seldon, Ezra: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 416, 417, 418
Selin, Anthony: Army (American Revolution), payments for services, V 401, 402
Selkirk, Thomas Douglas, 5th earl of: tour of U.S., XXVI 88
Sellers, —— (Mr.): and American Revolution, I 478
Sellers, David: payment for preparing debt certificates, XIII 109
Sellers, Nathan: payment for preparing debt certificates, XIII 109
Sellman, Jonathan: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 306
Sempill, John: St. Croix merchant, Hamilton’s power of attorney to, III 669–70
Sempill and Company: St. Croix merchant firm, and bequest to Hamilton, III 668–70
Semple, Robert, Jr.: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 581, XXIV 244
Semple, William: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 205, 385n
Senate, V 310, VI 481, VII 60, XIV 19, XVI 234, XVII 423, XVIII 184n, XIX 427, XXV 543; and access to matters of public administration, Hamilton on (1789), V 337; accounts of, XI 495; John Adams on, XXIV 558; aliens, legislation concerning, XXI 495–96n; amendments concerning location of fortifications (1794), XVI 210n; and Army (Quasi-War), confirmation of minor appointments, XXII 85n, 196n, 239, 346, 398n, 404, 411n, 428–30, 467, 486n, 542, XXIII 44, 140n, 178n, 251n, 257n, 282n, 336n, 362–63, 364n, 599n, XXIV 28, 29, 103n, 343, 554n, dispute over appointment of William S. Smith, XXII 19n, 26n, 56, 354n, 467n, XXV 265n, inspector general, XXII 29–31, 436–37, legislation concerning, XXII 411n, 472, presidential appointive power, XXIII 99, rank of major generals in, XXII 6, 11, 14–17, 17–19, 25, 30–33, 62, 69, 82, 148, 150n, 159, 199, 238, suspension of recruitment and enlistments, XXIV 202, 219, 222, 236, 343, legislation concerning suspension, XXIV 237n, 481–82n; and arrears of pay of S.C. and Va. lines, VI 433–39; and Bank of the U.S., VII 399n, legislation concerning incorporation of, VIII 142–43; commercial intercourse with Great Britain, defeat of resolution ending (1794), XVI 273n; commercial negotiations with Spain, approval of, XII 2n; commercial treaty with Great Britain, presidential message on, VIII 41–42; commission to France (1799), confirmation of appointments to, XXII 500, 503, 504–5n, XXIII 140n, 545; Committee on Fisheries, X 350n; committee report of, to advance money to French Minister, XVI 517; communication to, of dispatches of Gouverneur Morris (1794), XV 666–67; confirmation of minor nominations, V 365–66n, VI 554n, VIII 366n, IX 93n, 171n, 513n, X 576, XI 32n, 45n, 74n, 179n, 183, 326, 554, XII 169, XIV 91, XV 444n, 550n, XVII 93n, 109n, XVIII 43n, 44n, 190n, 195n, 234n, 248n, 305n, 346n, XIX 38n, 237, 251, 361, XXI 55n, 80n, 289n, 290n, 338n, 460n, 520n, XXII 491n, 513n, 529n, XXIII 147n, XXV 90n, 563n, XXVI 481n, 575–76n, 670n; confirmation of, Elias Boudinot as director of Mint, XIX 299n, William C.C. Claiborne as governor of Territory of Orleans (1804), XXVI 164–65n, William Cushing as Chief Justice of U.S. (1796), XXV 485n, Hamilton as Secretary of the Treasury, V 365n, John Jay as Chief Justice of U.S. (1800), XXV 264n, John Jay as Minister to Great Britain (1794), XVI 265, Charles Lee as Attorney General, XIX 297, James McHenry as Secretary of War, XIX 398n, James Madison as Secretary of State, XXV 363n, John Marshall as Chief Justice of U.S. (1801), XXV 73n, 387n, XXVI 141n, James Monroe as Minister Extraordinary and Plenopententiary to France and Spain (1803), XXVI 82n, William Vans Murray as Minister Plenipotentiary to France, XXII 487–88, 490n, 494–95, William Paterson as associate justice of Supreme Court, XXV 264n, Thomas Pinckney as Minister to Spain, XVII 403–4n, XVIII 190n, Robert Smith as Secretary of the Navy (1801), XXV 431n, George Washington as lieutenant general and commander in chief of Army in Quasi-War, XXI 535–36n, James Wilson as associate justice of Supreme Court (1789), XXVI 484, Oliver Wolcott, Jr., as Circuit Court judge (1801), XXV 419n, Oliver Wolcott, Jr., as Secretary of the Treasury (1795), XVIII 248; and constitutional amendment proposed by Edmund Pendleton, XXV 434n; and constitutional power over treaties, Hamilton on (1796), XX 5–6, 9–10, 18–19, 22–23, 25n, 31–32, 52–53n, 72, 76–77, 89–90, 93–94, 95n, 100–1; contingent expenses of, VI 332, XV 560, XVII 505; Convention of 1800, XXV 147n, 260–61n, 266, 274, 303, 309, 381n, Hamilton on, XXV 260, 262, 270, 271, 378, 380; Convention of 1802 with Great Britain, confirmation of, XXVI 11n; and crisis with France, Jefferson on (1798), XXI 302–3n, reply to President Adams’s speech on (1797), XXI 99; and debt to foreign officers, VIII 562n; and direct tax (1801), XXV 379, 381n; discussion of, at Constitutional Convention, IV 166, 176n, in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 65–66, 69n, 81n, 142n, 189n; doorkeeper, legislation concerning pay of, XI 279n; and election of 1800, XXV 267, 304–5; and erection of mausoleum for Washington, legislation concerning (1800–1801), XXV 358–59n; excise, legislation concerning, XI 106n; and “Funding Act,” VIII 402, and resolution concerning, VIII 403n; Hamilton on, at Constitutional Convention, IV 176, 192–93, 201, 204, 207–8, 218–19, 219–20n, 243, 244, in The Federalist, IV 338, 433, 435, 519, 535–37, 540–43, 545–47, 554, 555–61, 561–69, 570–75, 575–81, 583–86, 588, 590, 595–98, 628–33, 635–38, 638–43, 665, 673, 712–13, in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 37, 50, 63–65, 68–74, 75–77, 78–79, 81–84, 87, 88, 89, 90, 95, 100, 105, 109, 111, 141–42, 151, 152, 168–69; and Hamilton’s final plan for public credit (1795), XVIII 44–45, 56–148, 278–79, 284–85; Hamilton’s report on excise surveys (1791), IX 426–31; Hamilton’s report on mint to committee of, X 355–56, 357n; Hamilton’s “Report [to] Exhibiting the Amount of All the Public Funds up to the End of 1792 and Statement of What Remains of Each Appropriation,” XIV 2–4; Hamilton’s “Report [to] on Imports for the Year Ending September 30, 1790” (November 18, 1791),” IX 510; Hamilton’s “Report [to] on Imports for the Year Ending September 30, 1790” (November 23, 1791), IX 526; Hamilton’s “Report [to] on Revenue, Appropriations, and Expenditures,” XIV 68–71; Hamilton’s “Report [to] on the Expediency of Erecting a Lighthouse on Watch Hill in Rhode Island,” XVIII 178–79; Hamilton’s “Report [to] on the Return of Exports for the Year Ending September 30, 1791,” XI 134; Hamilton’s “Report [to] on the Salaries, Fees, and Emoluments of Persons Holding Civil Office Under the United States,” XIV 157–59; Hamilton’s “Report [to] on Tonnage for the Year Ending September 30, 1790,” IX 538; Hamilton’s “Report [to] on Tonnage for the Year Ending September 30, 1792,” XVI 40; Hamilton’s “Report [to] on Tonnage and Imports for the Several States,” XI 121–22; Hamilton’s “Report [to] Relative to a Lighthouse on Cape Hatteras,” XVI 45–46; Hamilton’s “Report [to] Relative to the Loans Negotiated Under the Acts of the Fourth and Twelfth of August, 1790,” XIV 26–27; impeachment trial of Samuel Chase, XXV 152n; increase in customs duties, legislation concerning, XI 149; and Indians, attacks by, VIII 124n, relations with those northwest of Ohio River, XIV 90, 90–91n, 142–43, treaties with, VI 538, 548, XIX 362–63n, 461, Treaty of Greenville (1795), confirmation of, XXIII 35n, Washington’s message to concerning treaty with Creeks (1790), XXVI 548–49, action taken on, XXVI 549n; investigation of Treasury Department by (1794), XXV 494–95n; and Jay Treaty, Hamilton on, XVIII 283–84, 342n, 350, 370–71, 371–73n, 375, 376, 382, 383, 389–92n, 393, 394, 398–400, 406–7, 412n, 428–29, 432, 454, 463, 466–67, 475, 489, 512, 524–25, 529–31, XIX 74n, 104–5, 111, 152, 205, 236n, 356, 389, 442, 444, 450n, 462–63, 527n, XX 39n, 64, 132–33, 138, 148; Jefferson as Secretary of State on, XXV 320; Jefferson’s messages to, (1797) XXV 311, 313n, (1801) XXV 453; Jefferson’s report to, on commissioner to Spain, XI 69n; and judiciary, legislation concerning (1800–1802), XXV 274n, 545–46n, 601, Hamilton on, XXV 520–27, 529, 546–47; and Ky. and Va. Resolutions, XXII 469–70; lack of quorum in, after being convened (1794), XVII 357; La. Purchase, approval of agreements concerning, XXVI 131n; legislation concerning widows, orphans, and invalids, XI 197–98n; James McHenry’s report to, on military academy and Army reorganization, XXIV 70n; members of, from N.Y., XVIII 18, 20n, pay, IX 459, 475, 558, XI 13, XIII 58–62, 120–21, 567, 568, XIV 179–80, XV 505–6, 556, XVII 503–4; motion to consider an act of outlawry concerning Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 349n; Navy (Quasi-War), confirmation of appointments to, XXII 469n; northeast boundary dispute, VII 114n, proposals concerning solution of (1790), XXVI 532n; order of May 7, 1792, concerning Treasury Department accounts, Hamilton’s response to, XII 303–4, 377, 410, 527, response of other officials to, XII 420, 546, 588, 611–12, 623; partisan make-up of (1800–1802), James Gunn on, XXV 254, Gouverneur Morris on, XXV 267, 329–30, 561; petition of Catharine Greene to, X 407–8n; and presidential appointment power, legislation concerning, XXIII 69–71, 94, 95n; and purchase of land at West Point, VI 455n; reapportionment, legislation concerning, XI 227n; refusal to confirm John Rutledge as Chief Justice of U.S., XVIII 510n, XIX 496; report on Hamilton, Tench Coxe on, XVIII 243; reports in reply to resolutions of (1794), XVI 9–12, Hamilton’s discussion of, XVI 9–10; resolutions, approving funds for negotiations with Spain, XVII 283n, for investigation of Treasury Department (1794), XV 461, on embargo (1794), XVI 295n, XVIII 9n, requesting accounts of Treasury Department (1793), XIII 538–39; rules concerning passage of bills, VIII 143n; and sale of prizes, XVI 559n; secretary of, pay, V 385, payment by, XI 12 (see also Otis, Samuel A., Jr.); sinking fund, legislation concerning, XI 39n; staff of, pay, V 385, IX 459, 464, 475, XIII 62, 63, 127, XIV 158, 162–63, XV 506, 556, XVII 505; treason and sedition, legislation concerning, XXI 522–23; Treasury and War Depts., report and legislation concerning, XI 365; and Twelfth Amendment to Constitution, XXV 513n; and Washington’s Eighth Annual Message, XX 445, 446n; Washington’s funeral, resolution on, XXIV 250n; and XYZ affair, XXI 340–41n, 368, 368–70n, 370–71, 371–73. See also Congress of U.S.
Senator Ross (galley): and western Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 85, 90–91, 115n
Seneca, the younger (Lucius Annaeus Seneca): Dialogi, XXV 282, 283n
Seneca Indians, XVII 385n; and American Revolution, II 181; attacked by whites (1790), VIII 213n, 242n; education of children of, XV 642; friendship of, XI 108; speculators’ negotiations with, XX 447, 529n, XXI 93n, XXVI 759
Senegal, French W. Africa: and Anglo-French treaty (1783), III 303
Seney, Joshua: career, XXII 289n; comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 289, 304; member, House of Representatives (Md.), pay, XIII 64, 66, 67, 69, XV 508
Senter, Isaac (Dr.): R.I. physician, XXIII 506; career, XXIII 508n, XXVI 868; and Quasi-War, XXIII 646
Sequestration: of British debts, XX 485, legislation concerning and effect on Anglo-American relations, Hamilton on, XIX 81–84, 133–34, 136–37, 153–58, 246–47, 367–74; of estates during American Revolution, XVIII 431; and Jay Treaty, Hamilton on, XIX 299–305, 318–24, 329–47, 365–74, 380–95
Serang, ——, Countess of (daughter of Field Marshal Count Lacy), XXVI 760
Serapis (H.M.S.): fight with Bonhomme Richard, XXV 343n
Sergeant, John: trustee, Hamilton-Oneida Academy, XIX 147
Sergeant, Jonathan Dickinson: attorney for Gideon Henfield, XIV 510n
Serges: Hamilton on, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 171, 284
Seringapatam, India: British victory at (1792), X 389n, (1799), XXIV 264
Serjeant, see Sargent, Henry
Servants: male, Hamilton’s proposal for tax on (1787), IV 44, 48, 57–58, 110; tax on, draft of legislation for, XXVI 775–78, proposed, XXI 487
Service, George, XI 311
Robert Service and George Service v Simon Swain and Israel Bedel Executors of Mathais Swain: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 61
Servis, Peter: land purchased from, by Holland Land Company, and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 335n, XX 489
Setauket, Long Island, N.Y.: and American Revolution, I 591n, II 217n, XXVI 792, 795
Sète, France: imports from, V 453
Seton, —— (Mrs.): New York City boardinghouse keeper, and Hamilton’s accounts, III 29
Seton, Anna Maria (Mrs. William): death of, XII 292–93n
Seton, Anna Marie, see Vining, Anna Marie Seton (Mrs. John)
Seton, Henry (son of William Seton): U.S. Navy (Quasi-War), XXII 468
Seton, Hugh: London merchant, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 527, 566–68, 575, 592–93, 594, 596, 629n, 632n
Seton, James: governor of St. Vincent, XII 292, 293n, 328
Seton, Maitland, and Company: New York City merchants, XV 404, XVI 492n, XXI 28n
Seton, William: cashier of the Bank of N.Y., III 515n, 522, VII 163, VIII 26, 208, 235, 239, 241, 277, 397, 501, 526, 541, X 14, 86n, 219, 236, 248, 307, 495, 501, XI 170, 211, 243, 262, 333, 364, 369, 418, 420, 458, 512, 529, XII 272, 310–11, XIII 19, 42, XIV 234, 357, 451, XV 460, XVI 119, 312, 350–51, 371, 433, 543, XXVI 619, 821, on banking in London, XV 27, and bank’s early status, III 523–24, 526–27, 569, and branches of Bank of the U.S., IX 518–20, 538–39, XI 28, 154–55, 163–64, as John B. Church’s representative, XV 404, 415–16, XVI 26–27, 41, 129, 219, 438, Hamilton’s instructions to, V 461, VII 154–55, 190–91, 202, 209, 374, VIII 49, 238, 276, 334, 449, 503, 504, 513, and N.Y. branch of Bank of the U.S., XII 79, 102, 169–70, 222–23, 292, XIII 344–46, XIV 192, 364, 411, and Panic of 1792, X 525, 528–30, 562–63, XI 154–55, 163–64, 190–92, 194–95, 225–26, 257–58, 263–64, 272–73, 289, XXVI 662–63, 666n, on personal matters and political situation, VIII 4–5, purchase of public debt, IX 68–69, 71–72, 77, 93, 110, 122, 176, 176–77, 182, 184, 185, 190, 202, 202–3, 271, 288, 296, 310, 377–78, 411, 476–77, XI 190–92, 193, 194, 194–95, 225, 257–58, 266, 288–89, 384, 452, XII 491, 616, 622, XIII 102, 152, XIV 59, 60, 61, XV 534, relation of Bank of N.Y. to other banks, X 525, 528–30, 562–63, XI 17–18, 27–28, XII 328, and repairs to City Hall, V 240n, resignation, XVI 491–92, and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, XI 424–25, 505–6, 566–67, XII 27, 328, trustee for Daniel Parker and Company, V 250n, IX 545, and U.S. Government funds (deposits, transfers, etc.), VI 263, 431, VII 132, 143, 190–91, 203, 209, 374, 382, 385, 410–11, 415, 422–23, VIII 34–35, 49–50, 146, 206, 226, 238, 276, 283, 334, 345–46, 357, 449, 494–95, 503, 513, 518, 551, IX 69–70, 78, 110, 172, 264, 265, 306, 310–11, 377–78, 411, 412, 414–15, 489, 506–7, 518–20, XI 26, 28, 190–92, 194, 194–95, 345–46, 452, 453, 483, 505, XII 43–44, 79, 102, 156, 169–70, 292, XIII 461, XVI 160, 510, XVII 488, XXVI 627, and U.S. Mint, VII 154–55, 190–91, 202, 385–87, 422, 470, 471, VIII 4, 57, 485, XIX 348; as New York City merchant, XV 404, XVI 491–92, XVII 101, XX 157, 392, XXI 27, XXII 469n
Seton, William, and Company: New York City merchant firm, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 49
Setser, Vernon G.: The Commercial Reciprocity Policy of the United States, 1774–1829, XIII 396n, 403n, 404n
Settlement of accounts between states and the U.S., see Public credit and public debt and States
Sevel (Sevil), Evan H.: judge, St. Croix Upper Court, I 28
Sevel, Ivar Hofman: bailiff, Christiansted, I 1, 2n
Seven Brothers (brig): and customs regulations, VIII 543, IX 5–6, 95, 283, 308–9, 415, 542, XI 20, 153–54
Seven Nations, Canada: N.Y. treaty with, XXV 368n
Seven Ranges, Northwest Territory: survey of, XXVI 119n
Seventeenth Annual Report, 1912, of the American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society, XXV 39n
Seven Years’ War, I 128, 180n, 181n, 205n, VIII 435n, IX 364n, XI 575n, XVIII 335n, XXII 175n, XXIV 101n, XXVI 132n, 372n; effect of, on trade with U.S., XIII 402, XIX 307n
Sever, James: U.S. Navy (Quasi-War), XXII 262, relative rank of, XXII 419–20n, XXIII 97
Severn: ship returning John Jay to U.S. (1795), XVIII 342n
Sevier, John: career, XXII 33n; comments on Additional Army candidates (Tenn.), XXII 311, 312; member, House of Representatives (N.C.), pay, XIII 67, 69; Provisional Army (Quasi-War), XXII 32n, 33, 375, 387n; and Quasi-War, XXIV 404n, 418
Sevil, see Sevel
Sewall, David: U.S. judge, District of Me., VII 61, XXVI 850, 870, and customs regulations, VII 75, 150–52, XVIII 174, 175n, 177, 178n, pay, XIII 53, 567, XV 500, XVII 500, payment to, XIII 101
Sewall, Harriet Smith (Mrs. Jonathan, Jr.), XXIV 537n
Sewall, Henry: clerk, U.S. Court, District of Me., pay, XV 500
Sewall, Jonathan: Mass. Tory and chief justice, Lower Canada, XXIV 536–37n
Sewall, Jonathan, Jr., XXIV 536
Sewall, Samuel: member, House of Representatives (Mass.), comments on Additional Army candidates (Mass.), XXII 315–16, 328, 428, and naturalization law, XXI 496n, and seizure of U.S. ships, XXI 456n, 463n; and Yazoo lands, XX 211n, XXI 165n
Sewall (Sewell’s) Point, Va.: and customs regulations, XIX 179n
Seward, Thomas: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 329; Army (American Revolution), I 245
Seychelle Islands, Indian Ocean: deportation of French Royalists to, XXV 333n
Seydlitz, Frederick William, baron von: Prussian Army officer, XXIV 96
Seymour, Leonard: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 279
Seymour, Thomas: speaker, Conn. Assembly, IX 536n
Seymour, Timothy: money owed to John B. Church and Jeremiah Wadsworth, XVI 339, 459, XVII 95
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, 3rd earl of, I 396
Shaftsbury, Vt., V 162n
Shaler, Nathaniel: New York City merchant, business associate of John B. Church and Jeremiah Wadsworth, III 579, 681, XXV 394; and John Skey Eustace, XXII 260; and Hamilton’s account with John B. Church, III 33, 34
Shaler (Shalor), Timothy: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 90, 106
Shallcross, John: Philadelphia merchant, and customs regulations, XII 4
Shannon, —— (Dr.): headquarters at house of (American Revolution), I 502
Shannon, Dunlop, and others v Archibald Gamble: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 62
Shannondhoi Patent, N.Y.: and Clifton Park boundary dispute, XV 12n
Sharon, Conn., III 434n, 522n; in American Revolution, I 584n, 585
Sharp (Sharpe), John: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 136, 145; Army (American Revolution), payment for services, VI 542, XIII 565, XV 535, XVII 538; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 202, 511–12n
Sharpe, William: proposed as U.S. consul to Morocco, XV 46
Shattuck, William: and N.Y.-Vt. land dispute, III 204, 206n, 276, 281, 282
Shaumburgh (Shaumberg), Bartholomew (Ben): Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 46, 68, 583, 585, XXIV 41, 62, 243, 245, 269, 290, 295
Shaw, —— (Dr.): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 31
Shaw, Benjamin: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 317, 337
Shaw, Jacob: Hamilton’s fellow-student at King’s College, I 80
Shaw, John: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 204, 208n
Shaw, Ralph R., and Richard H. Shoemaker: comp., American Bibliography: A Preliminary Checklist for 1802, XXV 450n
Shaw, Samuel: New York City merchant and U.S. consul at Canton, and China trade, IX 38n, 39, 42n, 43n; death of, XX 71n
Shaw, William: John Adams’s private secretary, XXIII 13n; and Hamilton’s Letter on John Adams, XXV 177
Shaw and Randall: New York City merchant firm, and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 70
Shawhen (Shawhan), Robert: distiller in Allegheny County, Pa., and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 49
Shawnee Indians: relations with Spain, XV 292
“Shayites”: visited by Jefferson and Madison, IX 534
Shays, Daniel, IV 312, XXII 106n
Shays’s Rebellion, V 509, VI 60, XXII 106n, 182n, XXIV 183n, 283n, 580n; Hamilton on, IV 241, 312n, 317, 397–98, 426, 440, 627, XIX 18, 36, 440n; Jefferson on, XII 582, XXIV 413n
Shea, George: Illustrated Life of Alexander Hamilton, XXVI 742; The Life and Epoch of Alexander Hamilton: A Historical Study, IX 561
Sheafe (Sheaff, Sheaffe), Jacob: naval agent, Portsmouth, N.H., XVI 584n, and Army supplies (Quasi-War), XXIII 10, XXIV 409, comments on Additional Army candidates (N.H.), XXII 111, 113, and naval rearmament, XVII 323, 340n, 473
Sheafe, James: comments on Additional Army candidates (N.H.), XXII 111, 113
Sheaff (Sheaf), Henry: Philadelphia merchant, comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 132, XXVI 865; Hamilton’s account with, XVIII 504, 507n; and Robert Morris’s land speculations, XXI 351
Sheaff, Philip: Philadelphia merchant, comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 132, XXVI 865
Sheaff, William: Philadelphia merchant, comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XX 132, XXVI 865
Shearman, Ebenezer: shipmaster, and customs regulations, IX 403
Sheathing paper: duty on, X 45, 334, XXVI 645, proposed, XI 145; manufacture of, X 170, 224, 283, 334
Shedden, Patrick, and Company: New York City merchant firm, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 47; payment for interest on loan office certificate, VI 533, XIII 99
Shedden, William: New York City merchant, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 56
Sheep: bounty on imports of, proposed, X 221, 332; French regulations on, X 363; and manufacture of wool, X 332; premiums on, proposed, X 221, 332
Sheetings: manufacture of, X 171, 284
Sheffield, Aaron: shipmaster, and customs regulations, XXVI 545–46
Sheffield, John Baker Holroyd, baron, later 1st earl of: and British mercantilism, XI 261, XIII 396; and Tench Coxe, IX 366, 533, X 315n; Observations on the Commerce of the American States with Europe and the West Indies …, IX 367n, X 5n, XI 261n; and “Report on Manufactures,” X 5, 315n
Sheffield, England, I 377
Sheftall, Mordecai, XV 409; petition of, as deputy commissioner of issues, XI 403, XV 659, Hamilton’s report on, XI 404n, XVI 99–100
Sheftall, Sheftall (son of Mordecai Sheftall): Savannah, Ga., merchant, and father’s petition, XI 403
Shelburne, William Petty Fitzmaurice, 2nd earl of, see Lansdowne, William Petty Fitzmaurice, 1st marquis of
Shelby, Evan: expedition against Cherokees, XIX 9–10n
Shelby, Isaac: governor of Ky., and proposed invasion of Spanish territory, XVI 137–40n
Sheldon, Charles: Springfield, Mass., merchant, V 35n
Sheldon, Elisha: Army (American Revolution), I 291, II 79, 223, 392, 400, 489, 514, 516, 561, 644, XXVI 398; comment on Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 277
Shell Castle Island, Occacock, N.C.: beacon at, XVI 47n, 157, 159–60, 393
Shelton, Clough: and report on petition of Catharine Greene, X 453n
Shenandoah County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Shenandoah River, Va.: in Quasi-War, XXIII 484
Shepard, Warham: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 77
Shepard (Shepherd), William: Army (American Revolution), I 364; career, XXII 106n; comments on Additional Army candidates (N.Y. and Mass.), XXII 106, 317, 320, 335, XXIII 648
Shepard (Sheppard, Shepherd), William, Jr.: Additional Army candidate (Mass. and N.Y.): XXII 106, 317, 335
Shephard (Sheppard), John: comment on Additional Army candidate (District of Me.), XXII 333
Shepherd, see also Shepard
Shepherd, Abraham: construction of fort at Harpers Ferry, Va. (Quasi-War), XXIV 230
Shepherd, George: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 96, 603
Shepherd, John: Additional Army candidate (District of Me.), XXII 318, 323, 331, 338
Shepherd (Shepard, Sheppard), John: Army clothing contractor, partner of Robert Smith, VIII 354, XXVI 825, payment, XIII 87, XV 521
Shepherd (Sheppard), William: clerk, register’s office, Treasury Department, duties, XI 391, pay, XI 391, XIII 466
Shepherdstown, Va.: Charles Cotesworth Pinckney’s headquarters (Quasi-War), XXIII 285, 520n, XXIV 48n, 182, 379
Sheppard, see Shepard and Shephard and Shepherd
Sherburne, Henry: Army (American Revolution), I 298n, II 367n; commissioner, N.Y.-U.S. accounts, III 177n, 153n; treasurer of R.I., and fortification of Newport, R.I., XXI 448, and relief of Santo Domingan refugees, XVII 433n
Sherburne, Henry, Jr.: N.H. merchant, VII 187
Sherburne, John S.: member, House of Representatives (N.H.), XVII 460n
Sherburne, Samuel: U.S. attorney for District of N.H., VIII 201
Sherburne, Mass.: collector of customs at, see Hussey, Stephen, accounts, X 236; lighthouse at, XVII 443, 449
Sheredine, Upton: member, House of Representatives (Md.), on assumption of state debts, XII 239n, pay, XV 508
Shérer (Scherer), Barthélemy Louis Joseph: impeachment of (French Revolution), XXIII 266n
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley: supports release of Lafayette, XVIII 375–76n
Sherman, —— (Mr.): shipowner, New Bedford, Mass., and customs regulations, IX 17–18
Sherman, Isaac (son of Roger Sherman), VIII 9; Army (American Revolution), II 2; clerk in Treasury Department, pay, XIII 73, 563, payments to, XIII 107, 140, 571, XV 511, XVII 510; debt to Hamilton, X 559; seeks loan from Hamilton, VII 117–18, XX 320; surveys in Northwest Territory, payment for, V 405; wife inherits New York City property, XVIII 397, XX 317
Sherman, Isabella (Mrs. Isaac): inherits New York City property, XVIII 398n, XX 317
Sherman, Roger, V 405, VII 117–18, VIII 9n, XIII 567, XVIII 397n; death of, XVII 351n; delegate, Constitutional Convention (Conn.), IV 165–66n, 175–76, 215n, 218–19, 220n, VIII 111–12n; delegate, Continental Congress (Conn.), and American Revolution, II 306; member, House of Representatives (Conn.), pay, XIII 64, 65, 66, 68; U.S. Senator (Conn.), pay, XIII 62, XV 506, XVII 504
Sherref, ——: shipmaster, XIV 537
Sherrid (Sherrard, Sherred), Jacob: New York City painter and glazier, candidate for N.Y. Assembly (1801), XXV 375n; John B. Church’s account with, XXI 111n; Hamilton’s account with, XXVI 286, 299
Sherriff, Cornelius: estate of, payment to Treasury, XIII 40
Sherwood, Jeremiah: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 97
Shewarkey, N.C.: surveyor of customs at, accounts of, XI 235
Shianondo, Daniel: Oneida Indian, seeks education for Indian children, XV 642
Shianondo, John: Oneida Indian, seeks education for Indian children, XV 642
Shields, John: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 380
“Shillelah”: estate of William Heth, VIII 523n, XI 50n
Shindle, John G.: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 323
Shipboy, John: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 92, 107
Shipbuilding: at Boston, VIII 248–51, in Conn., IX 329, 338, at Frenchman’s Bay, District of Me., VIII 521, at Newport, R.I., VIII 224–25, at Portsmouth, N.H., VIII 434–36, at Providence, R.I., VIII 235, 339; Tench Coxe on, in draft of “Report on Manufactures,” XXVI 641, 644, 645; Hamilton on, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 40, 43–44, 45, 169, 206, 224, 283, 320, 334; Hamilton on, in “View of the Commerical Regulations of France and Great Britain in Reference to the U.S.,” XIII 413–14, 427, 431, 435; and neutrality proclamation (1793), XIV 413–14n, 422–23; shortage of timber for in New England, VIII 249–51
Shipley, Jonathan: A Speech … on the Bill for Altering the Charters of the Colony of Massachusett’s Bay, I 161n
Ship letters: Samuel Osgood on, VI 195, 197–98
Shipman, Elias: and navigational aids, New Haven, Conn., V 441n
Ship money: Hamilton on, in Continental Congress, III 265
Shippen, Edward (Benedict Arnold’s father-in-law): Philadelphia lawyer and Loyalist, III 501; comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 137
Shippen, John: comments on Additional Army candidates (Pa.), XXII 142, 144
Shippen, Thomas Lee: suspected author of article criticizing Govt’s. fiscal policies, XIX 294
Shippen, William, Jr. (Dr.): accounts of, XIII 575, XV 496; and American Revolution, chief physician, Flying Camp, I 215, director general and chief physician, Continental Hospital, II 109–10, 114, 559, and plan for military hospitals, XXVI 96n; comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 137
Ship registers and registration: customs disputes involving, VI 25–26, 249, 271–72, 368, VII 194, 346, 391, VIII 183–84, 272, IX 15, 16, 18, 94, 108, 183, 213, 295, 453, XI 19, 132–33, 383, 451, 498–99, XXVI 537, 541–42, 545–46, 547, 570–71, 585; of French vessels, XI 409, 532, 557–58; Hamilton’s instructions concerning, to collectors of customs, VII 66, X 501–2, XIV 259–60; illegal issuance of, VI 32–33; legislation concerning, bill proposed, VIII 272, interpretation of, VII 607, XIV 83, 172–73, 283, XXVI 593, 624, Richard Harison on interpretation of, VIII 5–6, Edmund Randolph on interpretation of, XV 152, possible alteration in, VI 391–92, 462–63, questions concerning interpretation of, IX 81–83, 106, X 384, XV 4, 28–29, 54–55, XVI 237, XXVI 567, 569–70, 590, 598–600, violations of, X 344, 371; and sale of U.S. vessels abroad, X 513, 515–16; and tonnage of foreign vessels, VI 30, VII 123, 128; use of, by customs collectors, V 490, 495, 520, VI 13, 51, 226, 248, 250, 512, 519, VII 23, 77, 86, VIII 208, 224, 440, 533, IX 107, XI 130, XIV 430, cost of, XIV 164
Ships (belligerent): arming and equipping of in U.S. ports, (1794) XVII 100n, 192–95, (1795) XVIII 157, and Jay Treaty provisions, Hamilton on, XIX 270, 274–77, Edmund Randolph on, XVIII 6; Aaron Burr on, in comments on Jay Treaty, XVIII 391n; captured in U.S. territorial waters, XVII 94–95; compensation for captured vessels in U.S. ports, XVI 511, 513–15, 559, 560–61; and departure from U.S. ports (1794), XVI 485; treatment of, Hamilton on international law on, XVIII 446–47, 518, 519
Ships (fishing), see Fishing vessels
Ships (merchant): British and French policy toward neutral shipping (1793), XIV 273, 336, XV 174n, 315–16, 640; capture of by British (1794) XXI 359, (1795), Hamilton on, XIX 111–12, 149n, Washington on, XIX 204, and Jay Treaty, Hamilton on, XIX 256–57, 260–69, 475–77, (1797–1798) XXI 286, 490–91, 502–3, indemnification for, XXI 58–59, 286, 329; and China trade, IX 38–55; Tench Coxe on, in draft of “Report on Manufactures,” XXVI 641; and crisis with France (1797–1798), Hamilton on, XX 546, 574, Oliver Wolcott, Jr., on, XX 571, arming of during crisis, John Adams on, XXI 369, 376, Hamilton on, XXI 38–39, 46–47, 73, 82–83, 342, 343, 362, 365, 438, James McHenry on, XXI 342, Timothy Pickering on, XXI 68, 376, John Williams on, XXI 101; and customs regulations, admeasurement, VIII 441, X 522–23, 576–77, XI 216–17, XII 23, 225, 229–30, Hamilton on admeasurement, XI 446, 568, questions concerning admeasurement, XIV 173, 283, drawbacks, XI 95, 563, Hamilton on drawbacks, VII 131, VIII 271, XII 551, duties on imports, VI 367, Hamilton on duties on imports, VI 373–78, 378–90, false swearing by masters, X 582–83, fishing and coastal trade, VI 30–31, 365–66, fishing vessels in merchant trade, IX 222–23, Hamilton’s instructions to captains of revenue cutters on regulations, VIII 426–33, imposition of new duties, XII 8–9, 556–58, licenses to trade, IX 82, 119–20, X 369–70, XI 559, XII 83, 270–71, XV 54–55, 388, XXVI 500, 501, 547–58, 569–70, 571, manifests, X 508–9, 509–11, 522–23, XI 76, 563, XXVI 570, Hamilton’s instructions on manifests to customs collectors, XI 507–11, legislation concerning manifests, XI 20n, Edmund Randolph on manifests, XI 536–41, privileges, VI 25, 375, questions and interpretation of legislation concerning regulations, V 521–22, VII 115, 123–24, 126–27, 131, 437–38, 459, VIII 5–6, 273, 273–74, 440–41, IX 37, 82–83, 95, 107, 109, 119–20, 197–98, X 508–9, 509, 509–10, 522–23, 560–61, XI 27, XII 318–19, 556–58, XV 155, Hamilton on questions and interpretation of legislation concerning regulations, IX 11, 16–17, 18, 222–23, Hamilton to customs collectors on legislation concerning regulations, IX 15–16, XI 19–20, 480, tonnage duties, Hamilton on, VI 378–90, 391, XI 559, Hamilton’s instructions to customs collectors on tonnage duties, VI 30–31, vessels in distress, William Bradford on, XVI 154–55, and tonnage duty, XII 542–43, XIII 23, Hamilton on vessels in distress and tonnage duty, XII 551–52, violations of regulations, XII 299–300, 424, 529–30, 547–48, 620, XV 549, seizures for violations, IX 6, 283, Hamilton to customs collectors on seizures, VI 418; and embargo, Hamilton’s instructions to customs collectors on, XVI 199; foreign, arming and equipping of in U.S. ports (1793), XV 87, 110–16, 139–42, 144, 146–51, 162–64, 166, 168–69, 254–55, Hamilton’s instructions to customs collectors on, XV 179–80, 550–51; neutral rights and Jay Treaty provisions, Hamilton on, XIX 482–83; and possible effect of European war on (1793), XIV 336; sea letters and passports for during European war (1793), XIV 54–55, 155–56, 354, 356, 423–24, 429, 481, 486–87, 549, Hamilton’s instructions on to customs collectors, XIV 442–47; seized by France or U.S. in crisis with France (1797–1798), James McHenry on, XXI 459–60; tonnage of, Hamilton’s reports on, XV 627–28, 631, and Jay Treaty provisions, Hamilton on, XIX 233, 442, 445, 447; and warships, provisions concerning in Convention of 1800, XXV 260n, 262, 266, 306–7, 309, Federalist view of, XXV 380n. See also Privateers and Prizes
Shiras, Peter: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 584, XXIV 246
Shirtings: manufacture of, X 171
Shkleley, ——: master, English privateer, XX 540n
Shoemaker, James: clerk, office of comptroller, Treasury Department, pay, XIII 464
Shoemaker, Joseph: Philadelphia merchant, opposition to British Vice Admiralty courts, XVIII 15–16n
Shoemaker, Peter: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 583, 683, 686, XXIV 245, 297n, 611, 626, and Fries’s Rebellion, XXII 540, 593–94
Shoemaker, Richard H., see Shaw, Ralph R.
Shoemaker, Samuel: Loyalist, on Jefferson, XXIV 535–36, XXV 15
Shoemakers: and use of fish, X 40, XXVI 641
Shoes: duty on, X 16–17n, proposed, XI 144, XXVI 515; imports of, IX 444; manufacture of, X 102, 169, 170, 283, in Conn., IX 349, in Providence, R.I., IX 444, and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, IX 147, in Va., IX 279, 280, 301, 302–3
Shononghsis, Thomas: Oneida Indian, seeks education for Indian children, XV 642
Shore, Samuel: proposed as lieutenant in Navy, XVI 567–68
Short, Peyton (brother of William Short): collector of customs, Louisville, Va., resignation as, XXVI 499
Short, William, VII 22–23, 30, VIII 205n, X 4, 350n, 357n, 528, XI 318, 445, 456, 547, 606–7, XII 371, 405, XIV 1, 6, 313, 482, XVI 465, XXVI 292, 499n, 816; accounts of, XII 286–87, 552, XIII 8–13, 248–49, 331–33, 527–28, 528, 529–31, XIV 300, 477–78, XV 81n, 99–100, 129, 368; and Algerine fleet, XV 400–1; appointed principal U.S. borrowing officer in Europe, VI 579, 580n; career of, XXV 507n, XXVI 292n, 483n; and explanation to Congress of U.S. foreign loans, XIV 3–6, 18–26, 26–67; Hamilton’s instructions to, V 429–30, VI 446–47, 582, 585–86, VII 6–17, 22–23, 30, 59, 164, VIII 270–71, 278–79, 280–82, 288, 289–90, 335–36, 356–57, 504–5, 519, 583, 587, 588, IX 1–4, 158–62, 272, 450, 547–48, X 575–76, XI 32, 68–73, 106–8, 165, 219–21, 262, 289–91, 369–70, 519–20, 554, 609, XII 102–7, 165, 214–15, 286–87, 376, 513–14, 576–77, XIII 19–22, 235, 388–89, 406n, 528, XIV 7, 206–7, XV 230; and Gouverneur Morris, VI 228–30, 234–35, VIII 55–56, 261, 335–36, 423, 535, 560, 573, 581–82, IX 63–64, 313–14, XI 182–84, 326, 334, 400–2, 594–96, XII 171–81, 220, 293–97, 405, 425–80, XIII 3, 257, 358–70, 378, XIV 432–39; negotiations and reports to Hamilton on, Antwerp loans, VIII 261, 336, 423–24, 459, 535, 560–61, 573–74, 581–82, IX 22, 100, 228, 498–500, 522–23, 552–53, X 379–83, 472–80, 485–90, 565–70, XI 178–85, 399–402, XII 220–21, 293–97, 534–38, XIII 12–13, XV 368–69, 379, 640, Genoa loans, VIII 261–62, 324–25, 414–20, 423–24, 534–35, 560–61, 575, IX 22, 98–101, 136, 314–15, X 569–70, Holland loans, VI 230–32, 349–53, 516–18, VII 175–87, 348–54, 379–80, 392–96, 428–31, VIII 10–11, 51–57, 58–60, 152–53, 158–59, 258, 270–71, 278–79, 330, 412–25, 459–62, 534, 536–37, 558–62, 577–79, IX 20–22, 97–101, 110, 112, 128, 132–42, 164–70, 226–35, 274, 311–17, 431–32, 479, 554–57, X 379–83, 403–4, 472–80, 485–90, 565–70, XI 33, 181, 399–403, 593–600, XII 171–81, 286–87, 293–97, 469–80, 624–28, XIII 248–57, 332–36, XIV 145–51, 174–75, 235–38, 261–63, 280–82, XV 49, 363, 379, 640, XVI 32–37, 216, 373, U.S. debt to France, V 570–74, VI 227–32, 349–53, 516–18, 569, VII 174, 354–68, 394–96, 431–35, 454–55, VIII 11–12, 170–79, 260–61, 268, 278–79, 289–90, 324–25, 412–25, 488–93, 534–37, 558–62, 574–76, IX 22–23, 62n, 63–64, 97–101, 227, 553, X 472–80, 485–90, 565–70, XI 115, 178–85, 326–28, 333–34, 398–403, 445, 593–600, XII 171–81, 220, 293–97, 425–69, 469–80, 534–38, 624–28, 642, XIII 3–8, 19–22, 22–23, 235, 238, 248–57, 332–36, 358–70, 378, XIV 142n, 145–51, 432–39, 520n, XV 369, 595; reports to Hamilton on situation in Europe and U.S. affecting loans, V 570–74 VII 352, 392–96, 433, 454–56, VIII 55–56, 58–60, 159–60, 171–73, 260–64, 282, 324–25, 336, 412–25, 439, 534–37, 558–62, 573–76, 577–78, 581–82, IX 97–101, 226–28, 312–16, 479–80, 522–24, X 379–83, 472–80, XI 178–85, 326–28, 399–403, 593–600, XII 171–81, 293–97, 469–80, 534–38, 624–28, XIII 248–57, 333–36, XIV 145–51, 432–39, XV 367–71; U.S. chargé d’affaires, Paris, VII 22–23, 30, VIII 205n; U.S. commissioner to Spain, XI 68–73, 212–14, 402–3, XII 2n, 178n, 405n, 627, XIV 145–51, 174–75, 235–37, 261–63, 432–39, 492–94, 509, XV 7–9, 49, 229, 229–30, 231, 367–71, XVI 124–29, 385n, 460, 620–27; U.S. Minister Resident at The Hague, X 561, 565n, 575, XI 593, succeeded by John Quincy Adams, XVII 72–76, XXV 505n; and U.S. Mint, VIII 285, 439, IX 101–3, 229, X 489, XII 220
Short, William (Conn.): Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 418
Shotwell, J. and H.: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 466n
Shovels: bounty on, proposed, X 121
Shreve, Israel: Army (American Revolution), I 444, 482, 490, II 541, XXVI 368
Shreve, Royal O.: The Finished Scoundrel: General James Wilkinson, XXVI 218n
Shrewsbury, N.J.: in American Revolution, I 504
Shrewsbury County, S.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Shrup adsm Thorne: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 62
Shryer, John, XIII 301
Shubing, Philippe, see Strubling, Philip
Shurenan, see Schureman, James
Shute, Henry: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 50
Shute, John: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXIII 619, 631; and Fries’s rebellion, XXII 557
Shute, Samuel M.: Army (American Revolution), XXVI 368n; “Journal of Lieutenant Samuel M. Shute,” XXVI 368n
Shute, William: Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 129, 130, 131; Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 326, 367n, 651, 659, 663, 663–64; Army contractor, Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 103n
Shuter, James: debt to Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 304
Shykinkoa: Chinese merchant, IX 41, 42
Sibbald, George: clerk, register’s office, Treasury Department, pay, XIII 466
Sicily: and wars of French Revolution, XXI 532. See also Two Sicilies
Sickles, Thomas: member, N.Y. Assembly, IV 105
Sidi Mohamet (emperor of Morocco), XIV 129n
“Sidney”: pseudonym of, defender of France in XYZ affair, XXI 442n, opponent of excise, XII 542n, Republican in 1801 N.Y. election, XXV 382n
Sidney, N.J., XII 200n
Sieyès, Emmanuel Joseph, Abbé: and French Revolution, XXI 417, XXIII 266–67n
Sigougné (Sigounié), Louis-Gaëtan de: Army (American Revolution), Battle of Yorktown, II 681
Silesia, I 382, 408, XXIV 98n; debt of, and Jay Treaty, XIX 336, 342n, 343, 344, 368
Silk: and China trade, IX 53, 143; culture of, X 86; duty on, X 16–17n, 41, exempt from, proposed, X 222, 333; manufacture of, X 93, 100, 182, 222, 332, in Conn., IX 349, 354, 355–57, legislation for, IX 356n, in N.J., IX 194; mills for, in Great Britain, X 241n; production of, X 294, 295, encouragement of, X 19n, premium on, proposed, X 222, 333
Silliman, Gold Selleck: Army (American Revolution), I 203
Silva, Joze Roiz: New York City merchant, and customs regulations, XVI 531; and Portuguese coinage, VII 191, 385, 422
Silver: coinage of, see “Report on the Mint”; Jefferson on, as money unit, VII 451; manufacture of, X 170, in Conn., IX 324, in Providence, R.I., IX 446; quantity in dollar, X 355–357; ratio to gold, VIII 439n; supply of in U.S., VII 477–78
Silvester (Sylvester), Peter: career, XXII 95n; comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 95; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 622; member, House of Representatives (N.Y.), pay, XV 508, XVII 506
Sim, Patrick: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 299
Simcoe, John Graves: British Army (American Revolution), II 303, 446n; British commanding officer, Santo Domingo, XXI 456n, 497, 503, XXII 427n; governor of Upper Canada, XXII 574n, XXVI 823, and posts, XI 347, XVII 276–77n, XIX 165n, XXIII 379, and relations with Indians, XIII 213–14, 327n, 383n, 479–80n, XIV 9–13, 138–39, 140n, 142, XXVI 695n
Simes, Thomas: The Military Guide for Young Officers …, XXIV 341n, 374n
Simmons, James: Army (American Revolution), pay, IX 471
Simmons, James (brother of William Simmons): Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 143; and Quasi-War, XXIII 612
Simmons, John: New York City tavern keeper, and Hamilton’s account with Aaron Burr, III 22
Simmons, Stephen G.: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 111, 579, 689
Simmons, William: accountant to War Department, I 192, 193, XXV 151n, 518n, applies for position, XVIII 294, appointment, XVIII 305n, Hamilton recommends, XVIII 304, and Quasi-War, XXII 579n, 606, XXIII 45n, 252, 361n, 365, 486n, 486–87n, 489n, 611, 612, 631, 632, 646, 652, 666, 669, 674, XXIV 27, 159–64, 190, 198n, 214n, 218n, 277–78n, 344–45, 349–50, 457–58, 495, 497n, 527n, 573n, 617, 618, 639, 646, 660, 670, 674; chief clerk, auditor’s office, Treasury Department, XI 202n, XII 604n, XIII 107, 139, 562, XV 579, XVII 542, XVIII 261n, and Hamilton’s dispute with Andrew G. Fraunces, XIV 465, pay, XIII 465, payment to, XIII 74, report on petition of, VIII 141–42
Simms, Charles: merchant, Alexandria, Va., VI 9, XXII 22n
Simond, Lewis (Louis): debt to Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 304; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 121n
Simons, James: Charleston, S.C. merchant, appointed naval officer, Charleston, S.C., XVIII 346n; and petition of Catharine Greene, X 432
Simpson, Andrew: Additional Army candidate (N.H.), XXII 111
Simpson, George: teller, Bank of the U.S., XVII 328
Simpson, James: U.S. consul, Gilbraltar, XVI 306–7n, XIX 362n, Morocco, XXVI 27n
Simpson, William: shipmaster, and customs regulations, IX 218n, XII 7, XXVI 544
Sims, —— (Mrs.): and Hamilton’s house in Albany, XXVI 429
Sims, Joseph: Philadelphia merchant, XV 63n
Sims, Smith: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 299
Sims, Wooddrop: Philadelphia merchant, XV 63n
Sincerity (schooner): passport for, XVI 376
Sinclair, Sir John: Scottish agriculturalist and statistician, History of the Public Revenue of the British Empire, VIII 17n; letter to Washington on agriculture, XX 364, 366
Sinepuxent, Md.: and American Revolution, I 315
Singer, Charles, E. J. Holmyard, A. R. Hall, and Trevor I. Williams: eds., A History of Technology, X 199n, XIII 281n
Single standard, see Coins
Singleton, Anthony: funding certificates, XV 322
Sinking fund: accounts of, (1792), X 538, (1793) XIII 548, XIV 61, 62–63, 212n, XVII 554–55, (1795) XVIII 57–58n; John Adams’s service as commissioner of, Hamilton on, XXV 193; and certificates issued by Va., XIV 487; commissioners of, VI 107, meetings of, (1790) VI 567, 570–71, VII 347, (1791) VII 439–40, IX 67–68, (during Panic of 1792) XI 159–60, 172–73, 174–75, 190–92, 193, 218–19, 224, 272, (1792) XII 34, 41, 602, 604–5, 645, XIII 324, (1793) XIII 485, 488, 511–12, XIV 135, 240, 242–43, 276, 280, 287, 292–93, 422, XV 232–33, 644–45, (1794) XVI 254, 256, 442, 510, XVII 388–89, (1797) XVIII 27–28, reports of, (1790) VII 374–75, 376–77, (1791) IX 244, 271, 476–77, (1792) XIII 150, 151–53, (1793) XV 467–68; and deposits in of proceeds from sale of western lands, Hamilton on, VII 172, VIII 82, X 54; and William Duer’s failure and Panic of 1792, XI 158, 159n, 172–73, 174–75; William B. Giles on, XIII 536, 537, 540; Hamilton on, in “First Report on the Provision Necessary for Establishing Public Credit,” VII 213–14, 228; Hamilton on history and future of, in 1795 “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 73–75, 79, 82–91, 101, 104–7, 110–11, 113, 141–44, 147; Hamilton’s proposal for in “Report on Public Credit,” VI 107–8; House of Representatives resolutions on, (1794) requesting information on, XIII 508n, 533, (1795) XVIII 52–55; and investigation by House of Representatives (1794), XV 462, information for, XVI 219; John Jay on policy of, in Panic of 1792, XI 214–16; Jefferson’s policy toward, Hamilton on, XXV 466, 473–74; legislation concerning, VI 567–68n, IX 245n, 271n, XXV 459; James Madison’s opposition to policy of, X 434; and Mercer-H dispute, XII 490, 491–92, 574, XIII 219, 220n, 222n, 514, 515n, 518, XIV 190n, 294; and Panic of 1792, XXVI 661–63; policy of (1794), Hamilton on, XVI 352; and policy of Congress toward (1796), Hamilton on, XX 204–5, 214–15; precedents for, before Hamilton’s “Report on Public Credit,” VI 55, 59, 62–63; and purchase of public debt, X 549, (1791) VIII 1–2, 257, 501, IX 68–69, 71–72, 77, 93, 184, 185, 190, 244, 271, 288, 293–94, 296, 405–6, (during Panic of 1792) X 190–92, 193, 214–16, 218–19, 224, 225–26, 257–58, 263–64, 272, 288–89, 384, (1792) X 38–39, 160n, 452, XII 34, 41, 604–5, 612, 645, XIII 324, 344–46, 347, (1793) XIII 488, 511–12, 570, XIV 135, 183, 279, 292–93, XV 9–10, 21–24, 644–45, XVII 554–55, (1794) XVI 254, 442, 492, XVII 388–89, (1795) XVIII 27–28, 191, Hamilton on, XVIII 45, in “Report of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund,” XIV 135, 145, 294, in “Report on Foreign Loans,” XIV 41, 51–53, 61, 62–73, in “Report on the State of the Treasury …,” XIV 114–17; request by Hamilton to Washington for instructions on (1794), XVI 334, Washington’s reply, XVI 349; and rivalry between Hamilton and Jefferson, XI 224–25n, 430; and Washington’s Fifth Annual Address, XV 429; Washington’s questions concerning, XV 9–10, Hamilton’s reply to, XV 21–24; Oliver Wolcott’s questions concerning, XVIII 381–82, Hamilton’s reply to, XVIII 385–86
Sinnickson, Thomas, VI 546n; member, House of Representatives (N.J.), pay, XIII 64, 66, 67, 68
Sirus (British frigate): capture of Dutch vessels, XXII 231n
Sitgreaves, John (N.C.): delegate, Continental Congress (N.C.), and Hamilton’s law practice, III 691; U.S. judge for District of N.C., on naturalization, XX 331, pay, XIII 56, 563, XV 503, XVII 502, payment to, XIII 102
Sitgreaves, John (Pa.), XIII 102, 563
Sitgreaves, Samuel, XXIII 164; career, XXII 124n; comments on Additional Army candidates (Pa.), XXII 124, 128, 132, 133, 134, 137, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145; member, House of Representatives (Pa.), XIX 496n; and Quasi-War, XXIV 642
Six, Willem: Amsterdam merchant, discusses economic theory, XXVI 591–92
Six Nations: and American Revolution, I 304, II 30, 40, 181; and Anglo-American relations, XIII 214–15n, 364, XIV 10–12, 140n, XVI 427–28n, 506n, 507, XIX 189n; Pa.’s relations with, XVI 427–28n, 506n, 507; treaties with, VI 523n, XIV 228, XX 31; U.S. agent for, III 333, XXIV 338; U.S. relations with, VIII 213, 241, 544, IX 402, XIII 214–15n, 384, XIV 10–12, 140n, XIX 189n; U.S. supplies for, XV 524, 584–85, 621; and Wyoming Valley, XXII 175n. See also Five Nations
Sizer, Theodore: ed., The Autobiography of Colonel John Trumbull, Patriot-Artist, 1756–1843, XVI 315n
Skencks, see Schenck
Skene, Andrew P.: Loyalist, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 621
Skene, Philip: Loyalist, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 621n, XXVI 475
Skenesborough, Vt. (now Whitehall, N.Y.), III 621n, XXVI 476n
Skidmore, Gamaliel: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 495n, XXVI 872
Skidmore, John J.: Queens County, N.Y., farmer, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 20, 41, 621
Skidmore, Paul: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 495n, XXVI 872
Skillman, Samuel: report on petition of, XI 300, 312
Skinner, Abraham: New York City notary, XXI 284, XXIII 62, XXIV 324
Skinner, Abraham (Pa.): Army, American Revolution), I 471, II 304, 487, 496, 563, 569, 590, 594, 597, accounts with U.S. as commissary general of prisoners, V 401, 403, VI 521, 522, XII 268, XIII 91–95, 111, 192–93, XIV 75, 129, XV 541, XVII 529, 549
Skinner, John (N.C.): U.S. marshal, N.C., pay, XIII 567, XV 503, 536; payment to, XIII 103, 128
Skinner, John (Pa.): road builder, XVII 345n
Skinner, (Richard?): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 39
Skinner, Thomas: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 297
Skinner, William (N.C.): commissioner of loans (N.C.), IX 7, XIII 145, accounts, XIII 284–85, administration of office and instructions to, VII 93–94, 120–21, 139–40, XII 207, appropriation for office expenses, XIII 128, and invalid pensions, VIII 517, and N.C.’s accounts with U.S., VIII 565, 566–68, IX 27–28, 32–33, 122–23, 191–92, 387–88, XVI 185, 185–86n, 628–34, pay, VI 537, XIII 123, payments to, for arrearages of pay for N.C. line, XIII 302, for interest on public debt, XIII 98, XV 530, XVII 531, for invalid pensions, XIII 88, XV 526, XVII 527, for pay, XIII 123, for pay and expenses, XIII 80, XV 516, XVII 515, resignation and reappointment, VII 94, 139, 142, 148; Continental loan officer (N.C.), accounts, VI 513–14, pay, VI 303, XIII 48. See also “Treasury Department circulars to the commissioners of loans” and “Treasury Department circulars to the Continental loan officers”
Skinner, William (Ohio): sheriff of Marietta, and Hamilton’s taxes, XXVI 179n
Skins: and manufacturing, X 169, 206–8, 283, 321–22; production of, X 100, 182, 294
Skippack, Montgomery County, Pa.: headquarters (American Revolution), I 335–36, 339, and Hamilton’s trip to Albany (American Revolution), I 412
Skipwith, Fulwar: U.S. consul, Martinique, account with U.S., XVI 558, 569, 573, and U.S. claims against France, XVI 417, 418n, 419; U.S. consul general, France, XVI 414n, XXIV 328, and John Skey Eustace, XXII 224n, XXIII 20, and Quasi-War, XXIII 234, and U.S. claims against France, XX 335, 555, 556, XXII 185n, and U.S. debt to France, XX 219
Skyren, John: comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 140
Slater, Samuel: and cotton manufactures, R.I., IX 432n, 434n, 435, 439–40n
Slavery (pilot ship), XVI 491n
Slaves, see Blacks
Slavonia (Sclavonia), I 382
Sleight, John H.: New York City merchant, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 50
Sleight and Van Wyck: New York City merchant firm, III 50n
Slew, Philip: loan office certificate of, XI 311
Slingerlands, Teunis: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 33, XXVI 458n
Slippers: duty on, proposed, XI 144, XXVI 515; manufacture of, X 169, 283
Slitting mills: in Conn., IX 328, 335; lack of, in Va., IX 281; in R.I., IX 445, 447
Sloane, Eric, and Edward Anthony: Mr. Daniels and the Grange, XXII 251n, XXV 38n, 40n, 289n, XXVI 241n
Slocum, ——: shipmaster, and customs regulations, XII 278–79, 313–16
Slocum, —— (Mrs.): wife of shipmaster, XII 278–79
Slocum, Pardon T.: shipmaster, and customs regulations, IX 18–19
Slocum, Samuel: shipmaster, and customs regulations, XIV 512, XV 277, 435
Slote, The (landing at Tappan, N.Y.): and American Revolution, II 506, 508
Slott (Slot, Slote), Stephen: Army (American Revolution), II 68, headquarters at house of, II 69n
Slough, Henry G.: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 140, 145
Slough, Jacob: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 144
Slough, Matthias: Army contractor (Whiskey Insurrection), XVII 211n, 229, 359n, payment, XVII 521
Slover, Isaac: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 647; pay for subsistence of prisoners of British, XIII 92
Slubey, Nicholas, and Company: Baltimore, Md., purchaser of Government bills on Amsterdam, XIII 495
Sly, John: and customs regulations, XXVI 600
Smallwood, William: Army (American Revolution), I 201, 288, 332, 432, 489, 490, 588, II 14, 32, 78, 80, 386, 531, 532, III 1n
Smedley, Samuel: collector of customs, Fairfield, Conn., XI 298, accounts, XIII 36–37, 572, 575, 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85
Smelser, Marshall: The Democratic Republic, 1801–1815, XXV 452n
Smeth, Herman Isaac de: London banker, and loans to Russia, VII 182
Smilie, John, XVII 47n; and Bank of North America, VII 247; excise opposition, XII 308–9n, 367n, 540, 541, XVII 182; member, House of Representatives (Pa.), XVII 38n; and Pa. Constitution, VI 12
Smilie, Robert: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 47–48n, 52–53
Smith, ——: shipmaster, Warren, and customs regulations, VIII 398, 468, 473
Smith, —— (Capt.): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 8
Smith, —— (Mr.): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 47
Smith, —— (Mr.): U.S. spy (American Revolution), I 223
Smith, —— (Mrs. William M.), II 461
Smith, Abiel: report on petition of, XI 287
Smith, Abigail Amelia Adams (Mrs. William S.) (daughter of John Adams), XXIV 392, 593, XXVI 292n
Smith, Adam, XXVI 591; and “Report on Manufactures,” X 1, 116–17, 195–96, 232n, 232–33n, 233–34n, 235n, 236n, 237n, 238n, 238–39n, 239n, 239–40n, 240n, 241n, 242n, 243n, 247n, 249n, 250n, 251n, 255n, 256n, 263n, 264–65n, 265n, 266n, 268n, 271n, 277–78n, 285n, 286n, 287–88n, 289n, 294n, 297n, 298–99n, 301n, 305, 306n, 307n, 313n, 320n; and “Report on the Mint,” VII 462, 464; and “Report on a National Bank,” VII 236, 239, 240, 242, 245, 251–52, 253, 255, 256; and “Report on Public Credit,” VI 65; Wealth of Nations, II 608n, VII 236, 239, 245, 252n, 464, X 7–9, 116–17, 195, 232n, 233n, 235n, 236n, 237n, 238n, 238–39n, 239–40n, 240n, 241n, 242n, 243n, 247n, 250n, 251n, 255n, 262n, 263n, 265n, 266n, 268n, 271n, 278n, 285n, 286n, 287n, 288n, 289n, 294n, 297n, 298–99n, 301n, 306n, 307n, 313n, 320n, XII 244
Smith, Benajah: Army contractor, XV 643n, payment, XVII 523
Smith, Benjamin: and Cape Fear lighthouse, VIII 465, IX 173–75
Benjamin Smith adsm David Hawkins: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 64
Smith, Benjamin B.; comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXIV 621
Smith, Caleb: member, N.Y. Assembly, IV 20–21n
Smith, Campbell: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 558–59, 559, 582, 587, 615, 618, 629, 665, 669, XXIV 25–29, 41, 248, 319, 357, 605, 609, 610, 612, 613, 614, 616, 617, 652, 653, 655
Smith, Cephus, Jr.: candidate, supervisor of the revenue, Vt., XVII 330
Smith, Charles: ed., and Hamilton’s law practice, III 40
Smith, Charles (Dr.): Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 130
Smith, Charles (N.Y.): candidate, naval agent, New York City, XXI 481
Smith, Charles (son of Isaac Smith): Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 356n, 582, 659, 660, 671, XXIV 239, 245
Smith, Charles and Hugh, and Company: British merchant firm, III 527–28n, 568n
Smith, Charles Page: James Wilson, Founding Father, 1742–1798, VII 241n
Smith, D. E. Huger: “Commodore Alexander Gillon and the Frigate South Carolina,” XVI 42–43n, XX 468–69n; “The Luxembourg Claims,” XVI 42–43n
Smith, Daniel: naval agent, Philadelphia, and rearmament, XVI 583n, 616, XVII 437, 473n
Smith, Daniel: secretary, Southwest Territory, pay, XIII 78, 563, XV 514, XVII 513
Smith, Daniel (Northumberland County, Pa.): comments on Additional Army candidates (Pa.), XXII 140, 141
Smith, David (Conn.): Army (American Revolution), II 588; comments on Additional Army candidates (Conn.), XXII 270, 271, 277, 279, 280
Smith, E. A. (Dr.): Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 653
Smith, Ebenezer: inspector of customs, Edgartown, Mass., XII 68
Smith, Edward: inspector of revenue, Survey No. 5, Va., IX 429; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 415, 581
Smith, Elihu H.: secretary, N.Y. Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, XXI 354
Smith, Francis J.: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 137
Smith, Francis Joseph (Dr.) (Northampton County, Pa.): and Church-Coxe land speculations, XIV 304–5, XVIII 263, 264, 265, 269, 272, 273, 281, 291, 338, 339–40n, XIX 88, XXVI 716. See also Ball and Smith
Smith, George: supercargo on Empress of China, IX 49–50
Smith, George (Conn.): security for commissioner of loans (Conn.), VI 591
Smith, George (Pa.), and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 131n
Smith, Henry: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 16
Smith, Horatio: student with Hamilton at King’s College, I 80
Smith, Hugh: Army postmaster, payment to, VI 536, XIII 47
Smith, Hugh: partner, British firm of Charles and Hugh Smith and Company, III 527–28n, 568n
Smith, Isaac: associate justice, N.J. Supreme Court, and N.Y.-Mass. land dispute, III 702; career, XX 448n; commissioner to meet with Senecas, XX 448n; and illness of son in Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 356n, 609, XXIV 239, 637, 641
Smith, Israel, XIII 143; member, House of Representatives (Vt.), pay, XV 508, XVII 506
Smith, Jacob Giles: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 291
Smith, James: lost certificate, XVI 420
Smith, James: postmaster, Hampton, Va., XVI 354, 523
Smith, James (Halifax, Nova Scotia): shipowner and master, and customs regulations, XVII 170
Smith, James (N.Y.) (William S. Smith’s brother): Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 94; and land speculation, XXI 150
Smith, James (Pa.): Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 144
Smith, James (Pa.): Army supplies, payment, XV 523
Smith, James B.: payment for Indian supplies, XIII 568, XV 524
Smith, James, Jr. (N.Y.): Army (Quasi-War), XIII 202n, 21, 677, XXIV 525n, 571
Smith, Jeremiah: member, House of Representatives (N.H.), IX 414, XIII 567, XVIII 478, and Jay Treaty, XX 370, pay, XV 507, XVII 506; U.S. attorney for District of N.H., comment on Additional Army candidate (N.H.), XXII 111
Smith, Jesse: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 139
Smith, Job: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 604
Smith, John: and exploration and settlement of North America, III 708–9, 712, 713
Smith, John (N.Y.): delegate, N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 293n
Smith, John (Pa.): Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 136, 146
Smith, John (S.C.): Regular Army (1789–1793), payments to, XIII 298, 300, 302, (Quasi-War), XXIII 651, 689, XXIV 95, 205, 220, 368, 621
Smith, John (Va.): agent for Va. (American Revolution), XVI 77
Smith, John, Jr. (Md.) (brother of Samuel Smith): Baltimore, Md., merchant, XIII 440n, and Army supplies, V 436, VI 564, payment, XIII 87
Smith, John Allen: commander, revenue cutter, Patterson, XI 479; inspector of customs, Perth Amboy, N.J., XI 479
Smith, John Jay, and John F. Watson: American Historical and Literary Curiosities, II 263n
Smith, John M. (Queens County, N.Y.): and N.Y. gubernatorial election (1789), V 262n
Smith, John Witherspoon: seeks law practice, New York City, XXV 563
Smith, Jonathan B. (brother of Samuel Harrison Smith): register general, Pa., VI 542, XVII 538; Jefferson and Thomas Paine, IX 34n
Smith, Joseph: pay for subsistence of prisoners of British, XIII 94
Smith, Joseph H., see Goebel, Julius, Jr.
Smith, Joshua Hett: and Benedict Arnold’s treason, II 440, 443, 463, 469n; trial for, II 444n, 445n, 450–54, 495
Smith, Josiah: and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 462n
Smith, Justus B. (William S. Smith’s brother): Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 103, 104
Smith, Larkin: speaker, Va. House of Delegates, XXIV 118n
Smith, Leonard: shipowner, and customs regulations, XIV 201
Smith, Louisa Catherine (Abigail Adams’s niece), VI 489
Smith, Margaret Smith (Mrs. Robert), XII 214n
Smith, Melancton, V 341, X 394; Army contractor, VI 8, VIII 138n, X 404–5, 470, XI 452, 483, XXVI 523–24, payments to, XIII 85, 86, 565, XV 522, XVII 521; and Edmond Charles Genet, XV 172; member, N.Y. Assembly, VIII 478, IX 246, X 581n; member, N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 16n, 17, 20n, 22n, 36–43, 45, 49, 52n, 53–54, 55, 66, 67n, 81n, 82, 87, 92–93, 96, 103n, 112n, 113–14n, 115, 120, 128, 135, 142n, 145n, 156n, 165n, 167n, 170n, 181n, 188, 194, 195n, 313, 325, XXVI 831; notes of, on N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 11—12, 31–34, 49–52, 78–79, 109–12, 131–34, 143, 144, 146, 159–60, 165–66; and presidential election (1796), XX 438n; and “Reynolds Affair,” XIV 469; supports “Million Bank,” X 525n; as surety for John Lamb, XXIV 390–91n
Smith, Meriwether: delegate, Continental Congress (Va.), member of Committee of Conference, II 2n, 5n
Smith, Nathaniel (Conn.): comments on Additional Army candidates (Conn.), XXII 270, 271, 275; member, House of Representatives (Conn.), XVII 351n
Smith, Nathaniel (N.Y.): Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 525
Smith, Noah: supervisor of the revenue, Vt., VIII 187, 343, XI 451, pay, VIII 188, IX 427, XII 95, payments to, XV 526, XVII 526, resignation, XVII 330
Smith, Page: John Adams, XXII 15n
Smith, Paschal N.: New York City merchant, III 7n, XVIII 384, XXVI 801; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 8, 16–17, 49, XVIII 456n
Paschal N. Smith v John B. Murray and John P. Mumford: and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 456n
Smith, Patrick: damage to property (American Revolution), II 125
Smith, Peter: and Hamilton’s law practice, XIX 313, XXIII 260–61n
Smith, Ralph: Army contractor (Quasi-War), XXIII 124n, 237n
Smith, Ray B.: ed., History of the State of New York Political and Governmental, X 581n
Smith, Richard: New York City merchant, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 571
Smith, Richard P.: clerk, Pa. loan office, XVI 299
Smith, Richard R.: sheriff, Otsego County, N.Y., and disputed election of 1792, XI 589–90n, XII 64–66
Smith, Robert, XIII 563
Smith, Robert: partner of John Shepherd, Army clothing contractor, VIII 354, payments to, XIII 87, XV 521
Smith, Robert (Md.) (brother of Samuel Smith): Baltimore, Md., lawyer, XXV 431; Address to the People of the United States, XVI 250n; career, XII 214n, XXV 431n; and congressional campaign (1792), XII 213; and election of 1800, XXIV 485n; and Edmond Charles Genet, XV 255, 301; and Hamilton’s law practice, V 343; Secretary of the Navy, XXV 431n, 577, 580n, XXVI 22n; Secretary of State, XVI 250n
Smith, Robert (S.C.): Army chaplain, pay, XIII 47
Smith, Samuel: History of the Colony of Nova-Caesaria, or New Jersey, XXVI 228, 229n
Smith, Samuel (brother of John Smith, Jr., and Robert Smith), XIV 523, XV 250, 286, XVI 554, XXII 291n, 305n, XXIV 104, XXV 431n; Army (American Revolution), I 340, 341, 342–43, 346, 559; Baltimore, Md., merchant, and Army supplies, V 436, VI 564, XIII 440, payment for, XIII 87, 565, XIV 8, XVII 404; career and political affiliation, XXII 138n; member, House of Representatives (Md.), and Barbary states, XXV 470n, comments on Additional Army candidates (Md. and Pa.), XXII 138, 288, 289, 292, 294, 301, 308, XXIV 194, 202n, election of, XII 212–13, and election of 1800, XXIV 484–85n, XXV 34–35, 269n, 282, 302n, 303, 305n, 312, and Jay Treaty, XX 121, 125, 136n, 151n, opposition to French privateering, XIV 489, and Quasi-War, XX 382n, and U.S. neutrality and neutral rights, XV 1–2, 254–55, 300–1, XVI 344, 345–46, XXI 503; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 198, 233n, 235, 237–38, 239, 249, 250n, 254, 285, 289–90, 294–95, 300, 302, 303n, 329–30
Smith, Samuel (brother of Jonathan B. Smith): and Thomas Paine’s Rights of Man, IX 34n, XII 502
Smith, Samuel S.: president, College of N.J. (Princeton), XXV 563
Smith, Seth, Jr.: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 318, 322, 329
Smith, Stephen: collector of customs, Machias, District of Me., V 477, accounts of, XIII 36–37, 575, 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85, administration of office, enforcement of customs regulations, and instructions to, VI 5, XII 183 (see also “Treasury Department circulars to the collectors of the customs”)
Smith, Sy: shipmaster, and customs regulations, XVIII 173–74n
Smith, Thomas: commissioner of loans (Pa.), VI 397, 587, VII 107, accounts, VIII 233, 507–8, X 490, 538, XI 60, 203, 392, XII 498, XIII 284–85, 382, XIV 257, XV 31, XVI 298–99, administration of office and instructions to, VI 398, 500, VII 82–83, 154, 439, VIII 32, 32–33, 337, 339, 456, 467, IX 73, 431, XI 51, appropriation for office expenses, XIII 127, death of, XV 440, 442, estate of, XVI 299n, and Pa.’s accounts with U.S., VIII 443–46, 455–56, IX 382–83, and Pa.’s subscription to new loan certificates, X 524n, XI 552–53n, 565, XII 113–14n, 142–46, XIV 14, 510, XV 629, XVI 119, pay, VI 537, XIII 1, payments to, for interest on public debt, XIII 97, 99, 570, XV 529, XVII 531, for invalid pensions, XIII 88, XV 526, XVII 526, for pay, XIII 123, 563, for pay and expenses, XIII 79, XV 515, XVII 514, sureties for, VII 65; Continental loan officer (Pa.), V 438n, XXVI 498, accounts, VI 513, XXVI 534–35, pay, VI 303, payment to, VI 535, XIII 48, and unpaid warrants, VI 540. See also “Treasury Department circulars to the commissioners of loans” and “Treasury Department circulars to the Continental loan officers”
Smith, Thomas: New York City attorney, XXIII 62, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 15, 43, XX 140n
Smith, Thomas: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 23n
Smith, Walter: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 280; Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 525
Smith, William: Army (American Revolution), II 500
Smith, William: estate of, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 16
Smith, William: shipmaster, and Hamilton’s clerkship at St. Croix, I 4
Smith, William (Mass.): petition of, VIII 388n
Smith, William (Mass.): secretary, Boston Marine Society, and improvement in navigation in Boston Harbor, V 522, 568, 574
Smith, William (Md.): Baltimore merchant, XII 213, XIII 42, XVII 93n, 123n; candidate, auditor, Treasury Department, VIII 321–22; career, XXII 304n; comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 304; and Edmond Charles Genet XV 233–34n; member, House of Representatives (Md.) VIII 151n, XXVI 817, and funding of public debt, XIX 73n, and Hamilton’s dispute with AEdanus Burke, VI 354n, pay, V 460 XIII 64, 65, 67, 69; report on petition of, VIII 348n, XI 200
Smith, William (N.Y.): Loyalist, historian, and jurist, V 263; and Benedict Arnold’s treason, II 469; career, XXIV 537n; and charges against Jefferson, XXIV 536–37, XXV 15
Smith, William (N.Y.) (son of Joshua Hett Smith): and Benedict Arnold’s treason, II 443
Smith, William (Philadelphia): member and official, American Philosophical Society, and Hamilton’s election to society, VII 29, and Washington’s election to society, II 500; subscription for French refugees, XV 601
Smith, William (Springfield, Mass.): merchant and partner of Charles Sheldon, V 34; Army contractor, payments to, XIII 86, XV 523, XVII 525
Smith, William (Suffolk County, N.Y.): delegate and president pro tem. of N.Y. Provincial Convention, I 225
Smith, William (western Pa.): and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 50n
William Smith adsm George Hewlet: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 63
William Smith v Buffet: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 17
Smith, William H. (Dr.): comments on Additional Army candidates (N.J. and Pa.), XXII 122, 133
Smith, William Henry: ed., The St. Clair Papers: The Life and Public Services of Arthur St. Clair, VIII 363n, IX 210–11n, 211n, XIII 288n, 363n, XIV 43n, XV 212n, XVII 418n
Smith, William Loughton, XXI 12, XXIV 451n, XXV 110, XXVI 817; author, Comparative View of the Constitutions of the Several States …, XXI 21n, 29–30, The Politicks of a Certain Party Displayed, XIII 393; on “Camillus” essays, XVIII 478; candidate, Attorney General, XIX 358; Hamilton’s opinion of, XII 544, XIX 396–97; member, House of Representatives (S.C.), VII 79, VIII 470, XX 468, 484n, and Bank of the U.S., IX 201, correspondence on U.S. relations with Europe, XXI 20–21, 29–41, 75–76, debt to Hamilton for speech on U.S. commerce, XIII 407, 414n, 421n, 422n, 423n, 424n, 429n, XV 637, and defense of U.S., XXI 102n, on Edmond Charles Genet and U.S. relations with France, XV 262–64, and Hamilton’s “Report on Public Credit,” VI 344n, and Hamilton’s 1795 “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 49–51, 55, 327, Hamilton sends views on fiscal policy, XXI 106–7, and Jay Treaty, XX 72–73, and mission to France, XX 243, obtains information from Treasury Department, XIV 212, and origins of U.S. Navy, XVI 308n, pay, XIII 64, 65, 67, 69, XV 508, XVII 507, and petition of Catharine Greene, X 407n, proposals for changing Treasury Department, XI 366–67n, and redemption of debt, XVII 407n, and report on tonnage, XV 628n, report to Hamilton on political views in S.C., XIV 338–41, and sequestration of British debts, XVI 272n, on U.S. neutrality, XV 262–63; and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 140n; U.S. Minister to Portugal, XXII 501n, and Envoy to Ottoman Empire, XXIV 251, 280–81, 287, 290, 317–18, 351, 402
Smith, William M.: seeks appointment, XVII 238, XX 460–61
Smith, William P.: British Army (American Revolution), prisoner exchange, XXVI 386
Smith, William Pitt: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 584, XXIV 246, 247
Smith, William Stephens (John Adams’s son-in-law), VIII 556, XIV 174, 417n, XXIV 413n, XXV 33n, 177n, XXVI 292n, 324n, 753; Army (American Revolution), II 366–67, 498, 517, Army (Quasi-War), XXII 532–33, 547, 582, 607, 609, 610, XXIII 15n, 89, 96, 102, 140, 167, 184, 188, 210n, 294, 310, 312n, 320, 366n, 373n, 399, 436, 458n, 508–9, 524n, 565, 607, 610, 611, 613, 619, 622, 628, 630, 631, 635, 636, 639, 640, 641, 643, 644, 645, 646, 647, 648, 649, 650, 651, 653, 655, 660, 661, 665, 669, 670, 672, 674, 675, 677, 679, 681, 683, 684, 687, 691, 693, XXIV 20, 22, 35, 39n, 43–44, 49, 53n, 100, 107, 114–15n, 119, 120–22, 122–23, 123–24, 125, 126, 126n, 135n, 157–59, 159n, 173–74, 174–75, 175–76, 193–94, 220, 222, 249, 250, 256, 292, 292–94, 294n, 295, 306, 314, 319, 320n, 320–21, 321n, 326, 337–38, 338n, 340–41, 365–66, 368n, 370, 372, 374–75, 381, 383, 392, 393–95, 425–26, 454, 455, 498, 502, 530, 531n, 532n, 537, 540–41, 543, 546–47, 550, 566, 593, 605, 606, 609, 610, 611, 612, 613, 614, 615, 616, 620, 621, 622, 623, 624, 625, 627, 629, 630, 631, 632, 633, 634, 636, 638, 639, 640, 641, 642, 646, 647, 649, 649–50, 650, 651, 652, 654, 655, 656, 657, 658, 659, 660, 662, 663, 663–64, 664, 665, 666, 667, 668, 670, 672, 673, 675, 676, XXVII 20 (see also “Circulars to the commandants of regiments”), Additional Army candidate, rejection and appointment, XXII 19, 25, 56, 106, 353–54, 397, 467, proposed appointment as commander of Second Regiment of Artillerists and Engineers, XXIV 516–17, 523–24, 532, 537, 550, 592–93; career, XXV 265n; comments on Additional Army candidates (N.Y.), XXII 94, 103; and evacuation of New York City by British troops, payment, XII 269; Hamilton’s opinion of, XXV 264–65; inspector of the revenue (N.Y.), IX 427; and Jay Treaty, XVIII 486–88n; and Francisco de Miranda, VII 63, VIII 245, XIII 16, XXI 349, 401; speculation in securities and land, VIII 453–54, 475–76, XII 30, XV 336, XVII 365, XVIII 295, XX 141–44, 157, 166, 185, 207, 343, 345, 348, 464, 478, 529, XXI 54, 87–88, 150–51, 338n; supervisor of the revenue for N.Y., VIII 187, 188, IX 427, XI 275, XII 3, accounts, XV 488–95; and U.S. debt to France, XIV 182, 184, 185–86, 194–95, 516n, 518–19; U.S. marshal for the District of N.Y., VII 124, pay, XIII 103, XV 501, 535
Smith, William W.: petition of, X 471–72, report on, XVI 90–92
Smith, Zephaniah: comment on Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 275
Smith and Sheldon: Springfield, Mass., merchant firm, V 35n
Smith and Wyckoff (Wycoff): N.Y. merchants, Army contractors, payments to, V 407, XIII 85; and Hamilton’s accounts, III 48, 49
Smithfield, Va.: inspector of the revenue for the port of, see Parker, Copeland; surveyor of customs for the port of, XI 393, accounts, XI 235
Smiths Clove, Orange County, N.Y., I 236n; and American Revolution, I 298, 416, II 70n, 79n, 333, 516, 572, 590, headquarters, I 287–91, II 71–77
Smith’s Isles, see Isles of Shoals
Smith’s Tavern, Smiths Clove, Orange County, N.Y.: and American Revolution, II 71n
Smock, Barnes H.: Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 125
Smock, Henry: Army (American Revolution), I 471
Smoky River, Alberta, Canada: exploration by Alexander Mackenzie, XVII 364n
Smuggling: and “Coasting Act,” IX 109, 198; and coasting trade, VI 392, VIII 463; under Confederation, Hamilton on, IV 89; in District of Me., V 529, VIII 522, XVII 298; effect of high customs duties on, Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 477; and fisheries, VI 392, 507–8; Hamilton on, in circular letter to captains of revenue boats (1791), VIII 430; instances of, VII 123–24, VIII 252, 584, IX 83–84, 189, 194–95, XI 314; and Jay Treaty, XIX 212, 218, 226–27; and need for revenue boats to prevent, V 422–23, 459, 529, VI 194, 264–65, 308, 366, VII 614; in N.H., V 476; prevention of, IX 132, 208, XXVI 542, 550, proposals for, VI 41; Oliver Wolcott, Jr. on increase of (1798), XXI 397
Smyrna, I 374
Smyth, Albert Henry: The Writings of Benjamin Franklin, XI 208n, 209n, XXV 3n
Smyth, John: petition of, XI 287
Smyth, Richard: and purchase of U.S. securities, XIV 358n
Snedicker, Isaac: pay for subsistence of prisoners of British, XIII 93
Snedicker, Jacob: pay for subsistence of prisoners of British, XIII 92
Snell, Jacob: N.Y. Assembly, Council of Appointment, XXVI 200
Snethen, Barak: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 55
Snow, Vernon F.: “The Grand Tour Diary of Robert C. Johnson, 1792–1793,” XII 423n
Snowden, Francis: and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XIII 225n
Snowden, Isaac: objects to policy on loan office certificates, VIII 193–97
Snowden, Jonathan: Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 128
Snowden, Thomas: and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XIII 225n
Snow Hill, Md.: port of entry, collector of customs at, see Gunby, John, and Selby, William; customs accounts, XIII 38–39, 575, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87; inspector of the revenue for the port of, see Gunby, John, and Selby, William
Snuff: drawback on, proposed, VI 288; duty on, VIII 167, proposed, VI 287–88, X 17, 35–36, XXVI 514, 632, 638; manufacture of, X 171, 284, in Conn., IX 350, in Providence, R.I., IX 440; tax on, XVI 397, 399n, 436n, XVII 401, 402n, XVIII 49, 57n, 64, 77, 81, 91, 146, 151n, 222, 223, XX 484, British, XVII 486n, remonstrance against, XVII 483–86
Snyder, —— (Mr.): messenger for Washington (American Revolution), II 210
Snyder, George: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 354n
Snyder, Jacob: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 185
Soane River, see Saône River
Soap: duty on, VIII 390, proposed, XXVI 514; manufacture of, X 171, 284, XXVI 641, in Providence, R.I., IX 445, and use of coal, X 320n
Social compact: Hamilton on, (1784) III 535, 549, (1789), V 294, at Constitutional Convention, IV 223n, in The Federalist, IV 396; Richard Harison on, IV 126n
Société de Vingt-Quatres: French land co., Northwest Territory, IX 75n, XI 266n
Société Française des Amis de la Liberté et de L’Egalité: Jacobin club, Philadelphia XV 160
Sociétés en Commandite: and Hamilton’s “Report on the Bank,” VII 249
Societies to encourage agriculture, arts, manufactures, and commerce: Hamilton on, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 112, 190–91, 228–29, 304–5, 338–40
Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, X 2, XI 185, XII 215–16, XIII 280, XV 120; accounts of, XII 217–18, XIV 253–54, 303, 420–21; agreement to forestall claims against, XVI 21–22; Fisher Ames on, VIII 591; and Peter Colt, appointment as superintendent of factory, XIV 172n, 254n, reports by, XIV 170–71, 253–54, 419–21, XV 107–8, 329–30, 391; construction of plant of, XI 611, XII 10, 11, 14, 23–25, 26–27, 135–36, 141–42, 211, 217, 318–19, 538–39, XIV 171, 246, 248–49, 254, 420–21, XV 30, 107–8, 330, Pierre Charles L’Enfant as agent for, XII 141–42, 217, 262–63, 388–89, 538–39; contracts, with William Hall, IX 80–81, with Thomas Marshall, IX 73–74, with Joseph Mort, IX 90; and cotton manufacturing, foreman of, see Parkinson, George, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures”, X 102, 106, 216, 328; and Tench Coxe, XI 406; defects of plans for, IX 250–52; and John Dewhurst, effect of failure of on, XI 259, 348, XII 30, 63–64, recommendations for manufactures for, XVI 226–27; and difficulties with plant officers and artisans, XII 292, 328, XIV 170–71, 189, 258, 302–3, 318–19, 419–20, XV 327, 328, 391, 408–9; directors, election of, XII 14n, meetings of, XI 246–47, 259, 348–49, 355–56, 398n, 416n, 425n, 612n, 613n, XII 10, 11, 12n, 14n, 25n, 51n, 134n, 140–42, 170n, 211n, XIII 17n, XV 30, 107, 391n, XVI 445, XX 196–97, 201n, XXI 273n, XXVI 673n, 684–85n; and Francis Douthat, XII 219, proposals of for woolen manufacturing, XV 438–40; and William Duer, effect of failure of on, XI 171, 174, 185, 186–87, XX 197, XXVI 653n, 657–59, 660–61, 665; English agent for, XII 81; equipment for, XIII 31–32; governor of, see Duer, William, and Low, Nicholas; Hamilton’s account with, XV 107–8, 159; Hamilton’s letter to Nehemiah Hubbard requesting that he be superintendent, XI 355–56; Hamilton’s proposals concerning following William Duer’s failure, XI 280–81, 355–56; Hamilton’s proposals for changes in, XII 549–50; Hamilton’s proposal for creation of (1791), VIII 300; Hamilton’s proposal for lottery for, XIII 518–19; Hamilton’s report on progress of, to directors (1791), X 345–46, 517–18; incorporation of, by N.J. legislature, IX 81n, opposition to, XII 369; Pierre Charles L’Enfant, complaints of, XV 363–65; loan application for, XII 26–27; loan from Bank of N.Y., XI 424–25, 505–6, 566–67; machines for, IX 85–86, 121,