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Tabor, Job: duck cloth manufacturing, New London, Conn., IX 319
Tacks: manufacturer of, in Mass., IX 374–75
Taggert, William: member of committee to welcome Washington to Newport, R.I. (American Revolution), II 583–84
Tagus River: and wars of the French Revolution, XXI 499
Tajima, Keiji: “Tench Coxe’s ‘Drafts of the Report on the Subject of Manufactures,’” XXVI 630n
Talapoosas Indians: and U.S. relations with Spain, XIX 173n
Talbot, Silas: capt., U.S. Navy, XXIII 244, XXIV 263n, 265n, 433–34, and commission for Robert W. Hamilton, XXII 152, 162, 169, 171, 173, relative rank of, XXII 418–19, 468, XXIII 96–97, 116–17, 274–75; career, XXII 152–53n; member, House of Representatives (N.Y.), an appointment to U.S. Navy, XVIII 256–57n; member, N.Y. Assembly, condemns N.Y. land commissioners, X 581n
Talbot, William: and financial dealings with Robert Morris, XVIII 295, XX 453n, 478n, 513n, 524n, 529n, 550–51n
Talbot County, Md.: crops produced in, IX 492; excise survey, IX 428, 492, XII 94
Talbot v Jansen, XIX 274n
Tales, David: Additional Army candidate (District of Me.), XXII 324, 339
Tales (Tayles), Willard: Additional Army candidate (District of Me.), XXII 318, 324, 338
Talleyrand-Périgord, Charles Maurice de, XX 69, XXV 561n, XXVI 73n, 868; and Beaumarchais, XX 355–56, 358, 391–92, XXI 509; friendship with Hamilton, XX 355–56, 358, 392, XXV 441–42; and French reception of Charles Cotesworth Pinckney as U.S. Minister to France, XX 566–67, XXI 7, 16; and Hamilton’s 1795 “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 125–26n; Memoir Concerning the Commerical Relations of the United States with England, XIII 404n, 404–5n; and release of Hamilton’s cousin, Alexander Hamilton, XXI 196n, XXVI 215–16; resignation of, as French Minister of Foreign Affairs, XXII 58; return to France, XX 70n, 355–56, 392; and Jean Antoine Bernard Rozier, XXIII 13n, 199; on standardization of weights and measures, VI 466; stay in U.S., XVI 379–80, 386–87, 592, XVII 167–68, 252, and request through Hamilton to Monroe to aid friends in France, XVI 475–76; and XYZ affair, XXI 373, 376, 409, 429n, 444, 508n, 510–13, and French policy toward U.S. after XYZ affair, XXI 489n, XXII 2–3n, 3, 3–4n, 46, 183–84, 488, 488–89n, 505n, XXIII 234–35, 545n, 547n, XXV 212–13
Tallmadge, Benjamin: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 43, 49; Army (American Revolution), I 591, II 93, 216, 217n, 217–18n, 363n (see also Bolton, John); comments on Additional Army candidates (Conn.), XXII 271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 276, 277, 279, 280, 281; describes ring of counterfeiters, XXVI 677–79; member, House of Representatives (Conn.), XXV 415n, XXVI 119n; postmaster, Litchfield, Conn. XXV 414; treasurer, Ohio Company, XVI 546–47n, XVIII 378, 383–84, XXVI 119
Tallmadge, Mary Floyd (Mrs. Benjamin), XXVI 678
Tallman, David: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 271
Tallman, Thomas: Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 122
Talman, Peter: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 89; Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 74
Talon, Antoine Omer: emigré (French Revolution) in U.S., XV 359, XX 515–16, XXVI 734
The Tammany Society, New York City, XVI 465n, XXV 173n; in Hamilton’s funeral procession, XXVI 323; and Jay Treaty, XVIII 482–83n
“Tamony”: pseudonym of commentator on Constitution, IV 593
Tangier, XXVI 124n
Tankerville Packet: and Hamilton’s accounts with John B. Church, III 11, 680
Tannehill, Joseph: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 385n
Tannehill, Josiah: excise opposition, XII 307n, 520–21
Tanner, John: and N.Y. revenue cutter, XV 98, 99, 118
Tanners: and use of fish, X 40, XXVI 641
Tanquy de la Boissière, Claude-Corentin: French emigré and Philadelphia newspaper publisher, XVI 564
Tappahannock, Va.: collector of customs at, see Muse, Hudson, and Muse, Lawrence, accounts, XI 237; port of entry, customs accounts, XIII 38–39, 572, 573, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87
Tappan, Arthur: New York City merchant, IV 280n
Tappan, N.Y.: in American Revolution, II 419, 434, 506n, XXIV 279n, headquarters, II 375, 445–57
Tappen, Christopher, XXVI 843; clerk of trustees of Kingston, N.Y., and proposed meeting of legislature at Kingston, III 294, 328, 351n; postmaster, Kingston, N.Y., XIV 546–47; Ulster County treasurer, and Robert Morris’s fiscal administration, III 127n
Tar: as contraband, in Jay Treaty, XVIII 440n; French regulation of, X 392; Government inspection of, X 309n; manufacturer of, X 172, 285
Tarboro, N.C., IX 85; Washington’s visit to, VIII 242
Tarchetius (king of Alba), I 393
Tare: on cocoa, VIII 147, 390, 468–69, 484; on coffee, VIII 147, 244, 390, 391, 468, 484; computation of, XIV 223–24, and collectors of customs, VIII 147, 244, 340–41, 350, 355, 389–92, 399, 442, 468–69, 483, 527, IX 449, XI 76, 292, 369, 415, 505, XIII 291, and impeachment of Jeremiah Olney, XV 129–30; on cotton, VIII 469; on pepper, VIII 244, 390, 391, 468, 484; on pimento, VIII 390, 468, 484; on rice, VIII 390; on sugar, VIII 147, 244, 340–41, 389–90, 391, 468–69, 484, XI 76, 292; on tea, VIII 391
Tariff, see Duties
Tarleton, Banastre: British Army (American Revolution), II 386, V 353; A History of the Campaigns of 1780 and 1781 in the Southern Provinces of North America, XXVI 394–95n
Tarrytown, N.Y.: in American Revolution, I 359, 594, II 105, 463
Tarso: and manufacturer of glass, X 105, 222, 333
Tartar (ship): and 11 as John B. Church’s business representative, III 652, 680, XV 73
Tatary (Tartary), Khan of, IV 591
Tate, William: and Edmond Charles Genet’s proposed attack on Fla., XV 625, XXII 260
Tatham, Solomon: and customs regulations, XIII 160n
Tatham, William: discusses U.S. relations with France and Spain, XX 154–57
Tatius, see Titus
Tatlow, Joseph: bill for carrying dispatches, XVIII 220
Tatom, Absalom: member, House of Representatives (N.C.), XVIII 308n, XX 370, XXVI 858
Taunton, Mass.: manufacturing in, IX 373; in Quasi-War, XXII 494, XXIII 83, 138, 141, 211, 376
Taverns: tax on, William Bingham’s proposal for, V 550, Hamilton’s proposal for (1787), IV 43, 45n, 46, 49, 58–61
Tax, power to, see Congress of the United States
Taxation: and Articles of Confederation, III 99–106, 268–74; under Constitution, Hamilton on in “Defence of the Funding System,” XIX 22–23, 24–28, 29, 30, 31, 54; Hamilton on, II 635, III 99–106, 248–49, 268–74, 297–99, 318, in The Federalist, IV 349, 400–1, 450–90, 510–14, 707n; Robert Morris on, III 358–59; power of, debate on in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 127, 140, 141n, Hamilton on, V 106–7, 147, XVII 58n; and representation, Hamilton on in A Full Vindication, I 47, 66, 76, Hamilton on in N.Y. Ratifying Convention V 15, 24, 30, 40, 56–57
Taxes, VIII 245; abatement of, in N.H., VIII 435n; arbitrary, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufacturers,” X 197, 312–13, David Hume on, X 313n, Jacques Necker on, X 313n, Adam Smith on, X 313n; on auction sales, XVII 401, XVIII 49, 57n; 64–65, 77, 81, 91, 147, 151n, 166, 221–22, 223, XXIII 409–10n, Hamilton’s proposal for, VI 289, Jefferson’s proposal for, XXV 446n, proposed, VI 185, repeal of, XXVI 116n; on bachelors, Hamilton’s proposal for, XXI 487; William Bingham on, V 549–51; in Boston, VIII 549–50; on buildings, Hamilton’s proposal for, XXI 99, 100, 106–7; capitation, Hamilton on in The Continentalist, II 670; on carriages, XVII 401, XVIII 40–42, 49, 57, 63, 77, 81, 146, 151n, Hamilton’s proposal for, XIII 270, Jefferson’s proposal for, XXV 446n, legislation drafted by Hamilton, XXVI 775–78, repeal of, XXVI 116n; and concurrent jurisdiction, Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 462–65, 470–76, in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 98–99, 102–4, 104n, 106–7, 110–11, 116–19, 122–23, 127–30, 132–33; congressional resolutions for, XX 469n; 483n, 483–84, 487; and Constitution, Jefferson on, VIII 128–29, Edmund Randolph on, VIII 115–16n; direct, IV 348, 509, V 186, 218, 511, VI 99, XX 469n, XXIII 602, XXV 363, 379, 380n, Fisher Ames on, XX 483–84, debated in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 91, 94n, 98, 119, 123, 165n, and Fries’s Rebellion, XXII 532n, 539, Hamilton on, XX 473–77, 499–500, Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 485–86, Hamilton on in N.Y. Assembly, IV 89, 103, and Jefferson, XII 398, Jefferson’s proposal for, XXV 446n, James Madison on, XVIII 48, James Madison’s proposal for, XXV 363, in N.Y. State, XXV 367–68n, objections to, and Hamilton’s defense of, XII 233–35, Thomas Rodney on, VIII 23–24, 580–81; on distilled spirits, XVII 402, legislation on, XXVI 611, repeal of, XXVI 116n; exclusive, V 98, 103n; external, Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 452, 475; and foreign loans, VIII 324; Hamilton on, XXV 362–63, in The Continentalist, II 408, 411–13, 629–30, 670, in The Federalist, IV 347–48, 445, 521–22, 692, in N.Y. Assembly, IV 40–66, 94–96, 96–97, 102, 103–4, 110–11, 122–23, in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 111, 116–24, 127–31, 132, 133, 144, in “Opinion on the Constitutionality of an Act to Establish a Bank,” VIII 85–87, 89–90, 92–96, 114–16, 121, 128, 130, 219, in “Report on the Bank,” VII 245, 246, 262–64, 309–10, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 95, 157, 189, 196–97, 272, 280, 303, 312–13, in 1795 “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 102, 109; on hats, Hamilton’s proposal for, XXI 100, 104, 106, 487; in Holland, II 238–39, on foreign loans, X 380–81, 486–87, 566n, XI 349n; on horses, Hamilton’s proposal for, XIII 269–70, XXI 100, 106, 487; on houses, XXI 103–4, Hamilton’s proposal for, XXI 99, 101n, 106–7, 362; and immigration, X 30, 94, 142; and Indian wars, VIII 96, 124; indirect, VIII 24, XX 487n, XXIII 602, and oaths, XI 81; on insurance policies, Hamilton’s proposals for, XXI 100, 106; internal, Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 452, 475, 485–90, 521, in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 56–57, 59; during Jefferson’s administration, Hamilton’s comments on, XXVI 71, 112, 114, 134–35; in kind, Hamilton on, II 243–44, 412, VIII 93, 121; on land, V 119, 133, 525, VII 218–19, 230–31, in Great Britain, III 101, Hamilton on in The Continentalist, III 100–2, 105n, Hamilton’s proposals for, II 630, 670, III 100–2, 248–49, 298, XXI 99, 103–4, 107, 362, 487, Thomas Rodney on, VIII 23, 24; on licenses, Jefferson’s proposal for, XXV 446n, repeal of, XXVI 116n; on licenses for retail sale of foreign distilled spirits, XVII 401; on licenses for retail sale of wine, XVII 401, XVIII 49, 57n, 63–64, 77, 81, 91, 146–47, 151n, 166, 200–21, 223; on licenses to sell wines and liquors, XXI 100, 487; James Madison on, V 439, 525–26; and manufactures, Tench Coxe on in draft of “Report on Manufactures,” XXVI 636; and necessary and proper clause, IV 466–67; newspaper articles on, VI 15, 16n; and N.Y. gubernatorial election (1801), XXV 350n, 351n, 357, 362–63, 367–69; in N.Y. State, XXV 367–69; on paper, repeal of, XXVI 116n; on parchment, repeal of, XXVI 116n; poll, in Conn., IX 322, 330, 337, Hamilton on, II 630, Hamilton on in The Continentalist, III 100–1, 103–4, 105n, Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 487, 489–90, Hamilton on in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 119, 128, 133, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 196, 312, Thomas Rodney on, VIII 23, 24; on property, Fisher Ames on, IX 188; and public debt, VI 97, 99, VIII 90, 128, 549–50, 591, William Bingham on, V 539–41, 548–51, 553–54, congressional resolutions on, XVIII 48–55, 77, 78, 81, 102–3, 105, 110; on public funds, Hamilton on in 1795 “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 115–22, 129; and revenue, II 610–13, 670, to protect frontier, Hamilton on, XI 141–42; on salt, Hamilton’s proposal for, XXI 100, 106, 487; on servants, Hamilton’s draft of legislation for, XXVI 775–78, Hamilton’s proposal for, XXI 487; on snuff, XVII 401, XVIII 49, 57n, 64, 77, 81, 99, 146, 151n, 222, 223; on stamped vellum, repeal of, XXVI 116n; on stamps, XXV 459n, Jefferson’s proposal for, XXV 446n; on stills, repeal of, XXVI 116n; on sugar, XVII 401, XVIII 49, 57n, 64, 77, 81, 91, 146, 151n, 222, 223, Jefferson’s proposal for, XXV 446n, repeal of, XXVI 116n; on tea by Great Britain before American Revolution, XXI 446; on tobacco, XVII 401; and U.S. financial difficulties during American Revolution, II 237–41, 243–44, 248; on wines and distilled spirits sold at retail, VI 289
Taygetus (Taiyetos), Peloponnesus, Greece, I 400
Tayler, John: Albany, N.Y., merchant, III 226, XI 39, 329n, XXVI 787, 869; candidate, N.Y. Senate, XXVI 112, U.S. Senate, XXII 80; career, XXVI 113n; comments on Additional Army candidates (N.Y.), XXII 90, XXIII 681, 689; delegate, N.Y. Provincial Congress, I 207–8; and events leading up to H-Burr duel, XXVI 242n, 243n, 245, 260; member, N.Y. Assembly, IV 94, 99n, 109–10n, 122, 123n, 124n, 149n; report on Indian attacks, VIII 213, 217–18
Tayles, Willard, see Tales, Willard
Tayleur, John, see Taylor, John (N.Y.)
Taylor, —— (Mr.): Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 123
Taylor, —— (Mr.): and manufacturing in Suffield, Conn., IX 344
Taylor, —— (Mr.): and protested Treasury drafts, Norfolk, Va., VI 35
Taylor, Augustine: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 277
Taylor, Benjamin: New York City surveyor, and boundaries of the Grange, XXV 398
Benjamin Taylor v Charles Bridgen, Thomas B. Bridgen, Anthony Ernest, Andrew Morris, Mark Tier, Maturin Livingston, Peter R. Livingston, Jean Cadiot, and Francis DelaCroix: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 10–11n
Taylor, Edmund: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 270, 336, 647, XXIV 96, 182, 183n
Taylor, Francis S.: candidate, collector of customs, Norfolk, Va., XXI 288–89
Taylor, George: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 144, 145, 429, 430
Taylor, George, Jr.: chief clerk, State Department, XII 383n, XIII 146, 562, 566, XV 252, XVI 500, payment by, XVI 574n, payment to, XI 258, XII 33, XIV 210, XV 579, XVI 294, 521, XVII 542, and translation of Fauchet’s dispatch No. 10, XVIII 529n, XIX 308n, 486, and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 24n, 71n
Taylor, Henry: excise opposition, XVII 28, 29, 182
Taylor, James: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 111; N.C. agent to settle N.C. accounts with U.S., VIII 508–9, 513–14, 520, IX 456, 501–2; and petition of Catharine Greene, X 446–47
Taylor, John: British Army officer, Upper Canada, XIV 12
Taylor, John (N.J.): Army (American Revolution), XXVI 380
Taylor (Tayleur), John (N.Y.): New York City jeweler, and Hamilton’s law practice, IV 158
Taylor, John (Va.): Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 111
Taylor, John, of Caroline: An Argument respecting the Constitutionality of the Carriage Tax …, XVIII 396n; and authorship of pamphlet on Treasury Department investigation, XV 466n; and carriage tax, XVIII 396, XIX 86–87; and election of 1800, XXIV 449n; member, Va. House of Delegates, XXII 424n; U.S. Senator (Va.), XVII 440n, pay, 504
Taylor, John M.: Philadelphia broker, and Hamilton’s dispute with Andrew G. Fraunces, XIV 461–66, XV 196, 219, 327n; and transfer of U.S. securities, XI 335–36
Taylor, Jonathan: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 329, 587, XXIV 248, 357, 358, 398
Lawrence Taylor’s Tavern, see Taylor’s Tavern
Taylor, Mary: payment to, XIII 108
Taylor, Nathaniel: shipmaster, XXIV 602
Taylor, Nicholas: accounts with Nicholas Cruger, I 22
Taylor, Othniel: land purchase from Robert Morris, XX 143, 144, 166–67
Taylor, Richard: capt., revenue cutter for Va., VII 62, 79, 98, 141, 144, 148, 450, XIII 203, accounts of, XIII 577
Taylor, Robert: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 138
Taylor, Robert: Philadelphia calico printer, and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, XIV 319, XV 120
Taylor, Timothy: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 277, 582; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 177, 179, 184, 188, 210, 458n, 608, 610, 613, 616, 623, 630, 632, 633, 637, 638, 643, 652, 660, 667, 670, 673, 677, 679, 680, 683, 686, 688, 692, XXIV 39n, 53n, 78n, 368n, 457, 457–58, 604, 613, 618, 619, 620, 622, 624, 628, 632, 635, 653, 664, 665
Taylor, William: purchase of Treasury bill on Amsterdam, XIII 495
Taylors Ferry, Va.: and Washington’s trip to South while President, VIII 243, 471
Taylor’s Tavern, Monmouth County, N.J.; in American Revolution, I 503, 507
Tazewell, Henry: U.S. Senator (Va.), XVII 440, and Jay Treaty, XVIII 391–92n, 394, 463–64, XIX 450n, 451n
Tea: Bohea, tax on, VIII 21n; British imports of, IX 51–52n, 143; British policy on, before American Revolution, I 46, 48, 66–67, 72, 134; and China trade, VIII 20–21, IX 42–43, 52, 53; Chinese, IX 13–14, 38n, 45, 46, 48, 49, 55; and customs inspectors, VIII 383–87; and customs regulations, IX 13, 262, 304–5, XI 393–94, XII 16; duty on, VI 375, VIII 20–21, 155–56, 237, 273, 390, 467–68, 538–39, 548, 571, IX 13, X 405, XI 487–88, XII 5–6, 15–16, 181, 182, 202, and bonds, VII 221–22, 234–35, IX 378, and credit allowed importers, VIII 155–56, 322–23, 495–96, 530–31, 558, and damages, VII 399n, proposed, XXVI 513–14, proposed in “Report on Public Credit,” VI 102, 104, 137; and India trade, VIII 20–21; tare on, VIII 390, 391; tax on, William Bingham’s proposal for, V 550, British, on American colonies, XXI 446; U.S. consumption of, IX 143
Teaneck, N.J.: in American Revolution, headquarters, II 382–83, 384–85, 387–89, 397
Teetor, Henry Benton: Sketch of the Life and Times of Col. Israel Ludlow, One of the Original Proprietors of Cincinnati, XI 363n
Telfair, Edward: governor of Ga., VII 147, VIII 347, 348n, 472, and Ga.’s relations with Indians, XIV 338–39, 491–92, 494–95, XV 315–16, 643 (see also “Treasury Department circulars to the governors of the states”); report on petition of, XVI 96–97
Telles, John: Philadelphia merchant, and customs regulations, IX 189
Tempelhof, Georg Friedrich von: Geschichte des siebenjahrigen Krieges in Deutschland …, XXIII 324
Temple, Benjamin: Army (American Revolution), II 87
Temple, Sir John: British consul general, New York City, IX 365, and entry of British packets at customshouses, V 396, 396–97
Temple, Sir William: on federations and foreign policy, IV 393, 394; Observations upon the United Provinces of the Netherlands, IV 393n, 394n
Templeman, John: payment to, for interest on loan office certificates, XIII 100, 142, 147, 565, XV 532
Templeton, —— (Mr.): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 597
Templetown, Clotworthy Upton, 1st baron: estate of, and N.Y. lands, III 624n, 638
Ten Broeck, Abraham: judge of Court of Common Pleas, Albany, N.Y., and Albany political leader, XI 40, 329n, XXII 88, XXVI 467n; comments on Additional Army candidates (N.Y.), XXII 91, 96, 102; and Hamilton’s accounts and law practice, III 7, 17; and meeting of public creditors, Albany, III 176–77; member, N.Y. Senate, and resolution to amend Articles of Confederation, III 110–11; son’s clerkship with Hamilton, III 7, XXVI 469n
Ten Broeck, Cornelius: payment to, for interest on loan office certificates, XIII 146, XV 532
Ten Broeck, Elizabeth, see Schuyler, Elizabeth Ten Broeck (Mrs. Rensselaer)
Ten Broeck, Dirck (Dirk, Derick): Albany, N.Y., lawyer, account with Hamilton, III 28; Continental loan officer (N.Y.), XI 314
Ten Broeck (Brock), Dirck (Dirk) (son of Abraham Ten Broeck): Hamilton’s law clerk, III 7, XXVI 469
Ten Broeck, Elizabeth Van Rensselaer (Mrs. Abraham), XXVI 467n, 469n
Ten Broeck, Peter B.: candidate, sheriff, Columbia County, N.Y., XIX 278
Tender laws: effect of, in R.I., V 200; and relations with Great Britain (1789), V 486–87; repeal in N.J., VI 11–12
Tenedos, Asia Minor, I 384
Tenerife (Teneriffe), Canary Islands, I 386
Ten Eyck, Barent J.: Army (American Revolution), I 414
Ten Eyck, Henry: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 417; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 697
Ten Eyck, Jacob C.: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 96, 108
Ten Eyck, John: New York City merchant, XXII 490
Tennent, Gilbert: petition of, X 471–72; report on petition of, XVI 90–92
Tennessee, XIX 311n, XXVI 164n; Additional Army candidates from, XXII 249n, 310–12; admission to Union as a state, XX 209; Zachariah Cox’s activities in, XXII 578–79, XXIII 3–4n, 386, XXIV 272n; governor of, see Sevier, John; land speculation in, XXI 45n, XXIII 3–4; and navigation of Miss. River, V 217n; presidential campaign (1800) in, XXIV 445, 446, 448, 549, XXV 70, 258n, 259, 283n, 300, 309, 314, 346n; and Quasi-War, XXII 67, 240–41, 385, 433n, 455–59, 478, 482, 506, 549, 582, XXIII 10, 36, 74, 116n, 151, 157–58, 158–59, 303, 386n, 390, 391, 403, 406, 519, 520, 521–22, 537, 549–50, 553n, 576, 592, XXIV 15n, 42, 110n, 205, 272, 335, 356–58, 398n, 400n; and relations with Indians, V 457n, XV 300, XXI 214n, XXIII 519; as revenue district, XVI 603n, XVIII 155n, 168–69, 235; U.S. District Court in, proposed abolition of, XXV 567; U.S. judge for the District of, see McNairy, John; U.S. Representative from, see Claiborne, William C. C.; U.S. Senators from, see Anderson, Joseph, and Blount, William, and Jackson, Andrew
Tennessee Company: grant to, XXIII 3–4n; and Yazoo land speculation, XIX 14, 310n
Tennessee Land Company, see Tennessee Company
Tennessee River, XV 287, XXIII 3n, 36n; economic and strategic importance of, XV 295–97, XXIII 383, 418, 520, 595–96; and relations with Indians, XIX 9–10n; and Yazoo land speculations, XIX 14n
Tennessee Yazoo Company, see Tennessee Company
Terboss, Isaac: request for discharge of soldier (Quasi-War), XXIV 387–88
Terbush v Bostwick: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 64
Terhune, Albert: pay for subsistence of prisoners of British, XIII 91
Termigant (ship): and customs regulations, XVI 83
Ternant, Jean-Baptiste de: Army (American Revolution), I 543, II 102, 157, 347, III 415–16, payment for services, VI 542, XV 535; French Minister to U.S., VIII 176, 439, 488, IX 104, XIV 440n, XV 113n, 609n, XXI 418, and claims of foreign officers, IX 22, XII 644–45, conversation with Hamilton on trade, IX 290–92, French vessels and U.S. customs regulations, XI 532, 557–58, Hamilton on, IX 29, 219, Jefferson on, XIV 415n, Jefferson replies to French criticism of U.S. policy, XXVI 704–6n, and Gouverneur Morris’s conduct as U.S. Minister to France, XII 461n, XIII 368n, proposed French-U.S. commercial treaty, X 350n, XIII 408–10n, replaced by Edmond Charles Genet, XIV 195n, 449, 482, and U.S. debt to France, VIII 421–23, 535, IX 129, 159–61, 219, 220, 225–26, 238, 523, XI 41–42, 43–44, 113, 114–17, 117, 122–23, 125, 128, 129–30, 179, 262, 316, 320, 355–56, 400–1, 555–56, 577, 578, XII 264, 265, 428n, 431, 528–29, XIII 4, 106, 150, 165, 169–73, 176, 240, 292, 443–45, 460, 473, 478, 479n, 570, XIV 16, 80, 141, 164, 165, 166, 181–82, 185–86, 208, 325, 360, 363–64, 409–10, 482, 515n, 525, XV 534, XVII 536, U.S. payments for Santo Domingo from, IX 219, 220, 225–26, 236, X 479, XI 42, 113, 114–17, 316, 320, 400–1, 555–56, 577, 578, XII 264, 265, 428n, 431, 528–29, XIII 4, 150, 165, 169–73, 176, 240, 292, 443–45, 460, 478, 479n, XV 612–13, XX 192n
Ternay, Charles Henri d’Arsac, chevalier de: commander, French Navy in America (American Revolution), II 338, 358, 360, 365, 374, 379, 391–96, 424, 429n, 431, 432n, 434n, 435–38, 440n, 540n, 583n, XXVI 391
Terpander: musician and poet, I 404
Bartholomew and Anthony Terrason v One Moiety of the Ship Diligent, John Ross and John Vaughan, Claimants: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 62, 611n
Terrill (Terril), John: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 95, 108
Territory Northwest of the River Ohio, see Northwest Territory
Territory Southwest of the River Ohio, see Southwest Territory
Terry, Nathaniel: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 102, 118
Tessé, Adrienne Catherine de Noailles, comtess de: and Lafayette’s release from prison, XXII 71n
Tew, Samuel: comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 294, 301
Texas (Texhas), Mexican province, XXIII 47
Texel Passage, Holland, VII 165n, 357, 427, 454, VIII 52, 58; and wars of the French Revolution, XXI 525
Thacher (Thatcher), George: XIII 567, XVII 543, XXVI 866, 869; member, House of Representatives (District of Me.), VIII 146, 234, comments on Additional Army candidates (District of Me.), XXII 321, 327, XXIII 658, and customs regulations, XIV 355, 477, pay, XIII 64, 65, 66, 68, XV 508, XVII 506, payment to, XIII 101
Thacher (Thatcher’s) Island, Mass., XXVI 818; lighthouse at, VI 477, 512, XI 133, 480, XV 16, 109
Thackara, James: Philadelphia engraver, XXIII 490
Thaghasaweta, Todwick: Oneida Indian, seeks education for Indian children, XV 642
Thahiktoton, Cornelius: Oneida Indian, seeks education for Indian children, XV 642
Thames River, England: John B. Church’s house on, III 658
Thanksgiving for peace, proclamation of day of, XVIII 2–3
Tharp, William: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 111
Tharpp, Amos: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 418
Thatcher, Ebenezer: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 318, 331, 338
Thatcher, George, see Thacher, George
Thayer, Ebenezer, XIII 42
Thayer, Simeon: commutation of, XVII 492, 539
Thayer, Theodore: Nathanael Greene, Strategist of the American Revolution, X 413n
Thebans, III 404, 488; used as example in debates on U.S. Constitution, IV 181, 182n, 379, 380
Thebes: used as example, in debates on Jay Treaty, XVIII 413n, XIX 331n, 337, in debates on U.S. Constitution, IV 183
Thelley, Dunken: and customs regulations, IX 477–78
Themistocles, IV 379n
Theopompus of Sparta, I 398, 401
Thermometers: and collection of customs, XI 30, 75–76, 153, 255–56, 369, 414, 505, XII 151, 183, 225–26, 481
Theseus, I 391, 392, 396
Thessalonica (Thessalonike), Greece, I 374
Thessaly, Greece, I 374; used as example in debates on Jay Treaty, XIX 331n, 337
Thetis (H.M.S.), XXII 230; and capture of U.S. vessels, XX 325n, XXI 491n, 494, 502
Theus, Simeon: S.C. agent to settle S.C. accounts with U.S., XIV 295
Thew, Daniel: New York City notary, XXIII 62
Thian, Raphael P.: ed., History of the General Staff of the Army of the United States, XXIII 332n
Thomas, —— (Mrs. John): and lighthouse at Plymouth, Mass., VI 44, 47, 297, 307, 355, 406
Thomas, Abishai: candidate, commissioner of loans, N.C., VII 111, 140, 148; N.C. commissioner to settle N.C. accounts with U.S., VIII 486–87, 508–9, 513–14, 520, IX 456, 501–2, X 342–44, XI 404, 512–14, 515, 516, 520–22, XV 449–52
Thomas, Abner, XVIII 235n
Thomas, Charles M.: American Neutrality in 1793: A Study in Cabinet Government, XX 423n
Thomas, Elizabeth: death of, coroner’s report, XXVI 321n
Thomas, Francis W.: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 306
Thomas, Henry G.: Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 121
Thomas, Isaiah: printer and publisher, [Worcester] Massachusetts Spy, XII 378, 506
Thomas, James: member, Governor’s Council, Md., XXIV 592n
Thomas, John (Mass.): and lighthouse at Plymouth, Mass, VI 44, 47, 297–98, 307, 355
Thomas, John, Jr.: and lighthouse at Plymouth, Mass., VI 355, 406, 408, 475
Thomas, John (Md.): and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XII 482, XIII 225, 517
Thomas, John (N.Y.): sheriff, Westchester County, N.Y., and Hamilton’s law practice, III 21, 674, XXVI 453
Thomas, John Chew: member, House of Representatives (Md.), comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 296, supports peace with France (1800), XXV 16, 17n, 113n
Thomas, Milton Halsey: “Hamilton’s Unfought Duel of 1795,” XVIII 471–72n
Thomas, Philip: comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 293, 297, 298, 302, 305, 307; executor of estate of Otho H. Williams, XVII 93n, 123n; inspector of the revenue for Survey No. 2, Md., IX 130, 428, XII 19n, XVII 368, 369n, XXVI 622; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 250n
Thomas, Richard: comments on Additional Army candidates (Pa.), XXII 132, 138, 142, 143
Thomas, Samuel: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 303
Thomas, Thomas: merchant, St. Eustatius, and trade with Nicholas Cruger’s firm in St. Croix, I 10, 11n, 23, 33
Thomas, Thomas (N.Y.): member, N.Y. Assembly, III 109n
Thomas, William: first mate, Md. revenue cutter, X 386–87, XV 415n, 659, 660n
Thomas, William: New York City merchant, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXII 266n, XXVI 304
Thomas (ship): seized by French, XXI 463
Thomas and Fowler: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 21
Thomaston, District of Me.: port of entry, surveyor of customs and inspector of the revenue for the port of, see Winslow, Samuel
Thompson, —— (Mr.): shipmaster, IX 43
Thompson, —— (Mr.): textile manufacturing, Suffield, Conn., IX 344
Thompson, Alexander, XIII 43
Thompson, Alexander (N.Y.): Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 74, 93, 221, 291, 375, 388, 389, 390, 641, 664, 667, 670, 676, 677, XXIV 90, 92n
Thompson, Benjamin: commissioner, N.J., certificates issued by (American Revolution), VI 123, XI 312
Thompson, Daniel D.: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 423n, XXVI 152–53n, 171; seeks job, XXV 423
Thompson, David: Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 662
Thompson, David: and exploration and settlement of North America, III 711
Thompson, Ebenezer (N.H.): Additional Army candidate (N.H.), XXII 112, 113, 114
Thompson, Ebenezer (R.I.): naval officer, port of Newport, R.I., VIII 158, 496, 497n, and customs regulations, VIII 585, IX 304, XII 299
Thompson, Elizabeth: pension payment, V 406
Thompson, Henry: Baltimore, Md., merchant, and customs regulations, X 367
Thompson, Hugh: report on petition of, XVIII 246–47
Thompson, James: New York City and Bombay merchant, Hamilton’s account with, III 46, XXI 114
Thompson, John (Md.): Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 289
Thompson, John (Md.): and Whiskey Insurrection in Md., XVII 263n
Thompson, John (Pa.): Philadelphia merchant, Robert Morris’s debt to, XXI 305n
Thompson, John (soldier), see Dover, John, Jr.
Thompson, John W.: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 582, XXIV 40, 41, 204, 244
Thompson, Mack: Moses Brown, Reluctant Reformer, XII 607n
Thompson, Philip: certified as a Whig by Hamilton, III 266; Hamilton’s account with, III 12, 497
Thompson, Robert: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 587, XXIV 248
Thompson, Robert C.: Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 125, 130
Thompson, Samuel: petition of, to N.Y. Assembly, IV 124
Thompson, Smith: N.Y. Supreme Court justice, career, XXVI 143n; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 142, 162, 163n
Thompson, Thomas: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 96
Thompson, Thomas: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s artillery co., I 187, 188n, 200
Thompson, Thomas: New York City tailor, and Hamilton’s account with State of N.Y., III 13
Thompson, William (N.Y.): debt owed to Hamilton, XVIII 505; and son’s candidacy (Quasi-War), XXIII 650
Thompson, William (Pa.): Army (American Revolution), II 36, 487, prisoner at Quebec, expenses, VI 531, XIII 104, 146, XV 539
Thompson, William Maurice (son of William Thompson [N.Y.]): Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 104, 107
Thompson, William W.: and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 124n
Thompson adsm Tucker: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 66
Thompson, Charles: candidate, U.S. Minister to France (1794), XVI 423–24n; secretary, Continental Congress (1783–1789), I 257, 271, 447–48, III 233n, 374–75, IV 287, 308, 309n, V 198n, VIII 139, XI 208–9n, XVI 88, 89n
Thomson, Erasmus: shipmaster, and customs regulations, IX 225n
Thomson, John: clerk, office of the Treasurer, Treasury Department, pay, XIII 465
Thorn, Jonathan: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 96
Thorn, Stephen: Vt. manufacturer, and John Skey Eustace, XXII 260
Thorndike, Israel: Beverly, Mass., merchant, and Essex Junto, XXIV 575n; suit against William Bingham, XIV 156n
Thorne, ——: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 54
Thorne, William: paymaster, quartermaster’s dept. (American Revolution), VI 361
Thorne, William S.: Additional Army candidate (N.H.), XXII 109
Thornton, —— (Mr.), XXII 572
Thornton, Christopher: shipmaster, and customs regulations, VII 69, 91, XXVI 574
Thornton, Edward: British chargé d’affaires, Washington, and Fla. and La., XXVI 4–5, 73n; British vice consul and consul, Baltimore, Md., and French privateers, XVII 128n, and ship seizures by French, XV 255–56, 301, XVI 187, and U.S. embargo, XVI 300
Thornton, Henry: career of, XXV 599n; Enquiry into the Nature and Effects of the Paper Credit of Great Britain, XXV 598, 599n
Thornton, Presley Peter: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 507
Thornton, Samuel (brother of Henry Thornton): governor of Bank of England, XXV 599n
Thorp, Anna: comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 137
Thorpe, F. N.: Federal and State Constitutions, Colonial Charters, and Other Organic Laws, XXIV 592n
Thou, Jacques Auguste de: Histoire Universelle …, IV 388n
Thread: manufacture of, and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, IX 147
Three Rivers, see Trois Rivières
Throgs Neck, N.Y., XXVI 472; in American Revolution, II 389, 390, 394
Throop, Benjamin: Army (American Revolution), II 319
Thruston, Charles Mynn, XXVI 791; Army (American Revolution), I 566; and Quasi-War, XXIII 629
“Thuanus,” see Thou, Jacques Auguste de
Thucidydes, I 403
Thugut, Johann Amadeus Franz de Paula: Austrian Foreign Minister, XXV 147
Thunderbolt (sloop): and Nicholas Cruger’s Company in St. Croix, I 10, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 30, 34
Thurman, John, XVIII 270n; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 482
Thurston, John: New York City merchant, and Jay Treaty, XX 127n
Thurston, John, and Company: New York City merchant firm, and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 455, 456
Thwing (Twing), Nathaniel: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 317, 329, 337; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 83, 138, 561, 563, XXIV 59, 106
Tibbald, George: clerk, register’s office, Treasury Department, pay, XI 392
Tichenor, Isaac: career, XX 418n; XXII 115n; governor of Vt., comments on Additional Army candidates (Vt.), XXII 115, 116, 117, 119; U.S. Senator (Vt.), XXII 99n, and presidential election (1796), XX 418
Ticklenburgs: duty on, proposed, X 123, 214, 326
Ticonderoga, N.Y.: in American Revolution, I 299, IV 134; and N.Y. Board of Regents, XXV 581
Tidball, Joseph: and Quasi-War, XXIII 256n
Tiebout, John: New York City printer, and The Federalist, 2nd. ed., IV 290; partner of Edward O’Brien, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 856
Tier, Mark: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 11n
Tierra Firmé: and exploration and settlement of South America, III 716
Tilden, Daniel: cotton manufacturing, Lebanon, Conn., IX 354
Tiles: manufacturer of, X 171, 283
Tilghman, Edward: Philadelphia attorney, comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 292, 296; counsel for John Nicholson, XVI 119, 120n; and Tench Coxe’s land speculations, XXVI 757; an Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 306n, XXIII 263, 265n, XXV 337
Tilghman, James, XXIII 157n; candidate, House of Representatives (Md.), XIII 343, XIV 288; comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 292, 295, 301; and Hamilton’s account with John B. Church, III 56
Tilghman, James, Jr.: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 295
Tilghman (Tighlman), Matthew: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 308, 310
Tilghman, Oswald: History of Talbot County Maryland, 1661–1861, XIII 323n
Tilghman, Richard, IV (uncle of Richard Cooke Tilghman): comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 292n, 295n, 301, 304n
Tilghman, Richard, V: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 304; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 111
Tilghman, Richard Cooke, (father of Richard Cooke; nephew of Richard Tilghman, IV), XXII 295n, 304n
Tilghman, Tench (cousin of Tench Coxe and Edward Tilghman), XXVI 758n; Army (American Revolution), aide-de-camp to Washington, I 264, 430, II 52, 54, 174, 185–86, 231, 256, 262, 491, 563, 564, 569, 600, 647, 659, III 289
Tilghman, William (cousin of Tench Coxe and Edward Tilghman): Philadelphia attorney, XX 258, 261, XXVI 603, 758; career, XXVI 603n; and Tench Coxe’s land speculations, XVIII 263n, 268, 269n, XX 258; and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 538, 539, XXI 334n, XXIII 263, 265n, XXV 168, 240; and Robert Morris’s land speculations, XX 254, 513, 523
Tillary, James (Dr.): New York City physician and Federalist politician, XXI 212n, 213–14, XXVI 801; describes N.Y. political situation (1791), VII 614–16; Hamilton’s account with, III 59, XI 109–10, XIII 480–81; and Quasi-War XXIV 615
Tillier, Rodolphe: head of Castorland colony, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 40, 41n, 42, 45–46
Tillinghast, Charles: deputy collector of customs, New York City, IX 478
Tillinghast, Daniel: payment to, for Army supplies, XVII 524
Tillinghast, George: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 612, XXIV 380
Tillinghast, Stephen: New York City merchant (partner of Libeus Loomis), and Hamilton’s law practice, XXII 60
Tillinghast, Thomas: Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 635
Tillotson, Daniel: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 272
Tillotson, Thomas: member, N.Y. Council of Appointment, IX 246, 247n; member, N.Y. Senate, XXI 13; receiver of Continental taxes for N.Y., III 2n, 75n, 89n, 126, 152, 170–71n, 187, 190, 195, 195–98, V 401, 403, 528, VI 522, XXVI 582
Tillyer, Thomas: payment to, for interest on loan office certificates, XIII 100, 138
Tilton, Henry: Additional Army candidate (N.H.), XXII 111–12
Tilton, James (Dr.): on agriculture in Del., IX 376; career, IX 377n; commissioner of loans (Del.), VII 198, accounts, XIII 284–85, appropriation for expenses, XIII 127, pay, XV 537, payments to, for interest on public debt, XIII 97, XV 529, for invalid pensions, XIII 88, XV 526, XVII 527, for pay, XIII 123, 562, for pay and expenses, XIII 79, XV 516, XVII 514; Continental loan officer (Del.), accounts, VI 513, 514n, pay, VI 303, payment to, XIII 48. See also “Treasury Department circulars to the commissioners of loans” and “Treasury Department circulars to the Continental loan officers”
Tilton, Nehemiah, XIII 562
Tilton, Thomas, see Tilton, James
Timber, see Wood
The [N.Y.] Time Piece, XXIII 604n, XXV 173n, XXVI 869; Hamilton’s article in, XXI 468
Timon of Phlius, I 406
Tin: and China trade, IX 51; duty on, X 16–17n, 204, 319, proposed, XI 145, XXVI 516; manufacturer of, X 170, 284, in Conn., IX 324
Tinckham, see Tinkham
Tiner, Lewis: Additional Army candidate (Tenn.), XXII 311
Tingey, Thomas: capt., U.S.S. Ganges, XXIV 182n
Tinker, Stephen: and improvement of navigation, Neuse River, N.C., IX 121
Tinkham (Tinckham), Franklin: Additional Army candidate (District of Me.), XXII 326, 332–33, 339
Tinmouth, Vt.: and N.Y.-Vt. land dispute, V 162n
Tinsley, John: Army contractor for supplying cartridge boxes, XVI 611, XVII 311
Tinsley, Samuel: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 385, 521n, 587, XXIV 40, 41, 204, 248, 268, 269, 384
Tioga, N.Y.: in American Revolution, II 138–39
Tioga County, N.Y., XX 75n, 303n; and disputed gubernatorial election (1792), XI 379n, 589n, 591n, XII 66n; land speculation in, XXI 117n, XXIV 419, 420n
Tippets: manufacture of, X 169, 283
Tippoo (Tippu) Sahib: sultan of Mysore, XXIV 264, XXVI 831, 869; and war with British, X 389
Tisbury, Martha’s Vineyard, Mass.: and customs regulations, XII 69n
Tisdale, James: Boston merchant, and customs regulations, XVII 117–18
Tisdale, Thomas, see Trisdale, Thomas
Tissot, Clement Joseph: Du régime diététique dans la cure des maladies, VII 345n
Titcomb, Benjamin: Army (American Revolution), II 159
Titcomb, Jonathan: comment on Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 326
Titus, I 394
“Titus Manlius,” see “The Stand”
“T. L.” Letters: Hamilton’s articles attacking Philip Freneau and National Gazette, XII (No. I) 107, (No. II) 123–25, (No. III) 193–94
Toad: chief, Miami Indians, and U.S. Indian relations, XXII 579n, XXIII 80
Tobacco: as bank deposit, XI 586–87; and British trade in West Indies, VII 47; contract with France by John B. Church and Jeremiah Wadsworth, III 565; and contract with French Farmers-General, VII 19–20n; duty on, VIII 390, proposed, X 17, 35–36, XXVI 514, 632, 638; manufacture of, X 171, 284; monopoly in, and Robert Morris, XXIII 277n; and N.C.’s debts, XV 220, XXVI 539, 540n; and payment of foreign loans, XVIII 325n; production of, in Va., IX 275, 276; regulation of, British, XIII 397, 412, 417–18, 428, 432, European, X 4–5; France, VIII 11–13, 160, 174n, X 59–60, 89, 391, XIII 405–6, 416–18, 428, 432, XV 607, XIX 448; and “Report on the Petition of Catharine Greene,” X 442; tare on, VIII 390; tax on, XVI 397, 399n, XVII 401, Hamilton’s proposal for (1787), IV 42, 45n, 46, 48, proposed for roads and canals, VIII 19; and U.S. trade with France, VII 166n, 408; vessels for, V 491. See also Snuff
Tobago, West Indies: and Anglo-French treaty (1783), III 303, XIX 171n, 443; Nathaniel Higginson’s mission to, XVI 291n; regulations governing U.S. trade with, X 392n, XIX 442–43n
Tobias, Isaac: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 126n
Toby, Lemuel (Samuel): and customs regulations, XIV 284–85
Tocat, see Tokat
Tod, James: teacher, Hamilton’s sons, XXIV 256
Todd, Thomas: clerk, Ky. Court of Appeals, comment on Additional Army candidate (Ky.). XXII 285; clerk, U.S. District Court, Ky., pay, XV 503
Tokat, Asia Minor, I 374
Toldwell, —— (Mr.): comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 304
Tolles, Frederick B.: George Logan of Philadelphia, XII 390n
Tolman, John: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 318, 331, 337; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 83, 138, 562, 563, XXIV 59, 106
Tolman, Peter: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 90
Tom, Nathaniel: member, N.Y. Assembly, III 109n
Tombigee River, Southwest Territory, XXIII 481n, 518n; and Indian relations, XIX 14; in Quasi-War XXII 385, XXIII 403, 536, XXIV 110n, 269; James Wilkinson’s reports on strategic importance of, XXIII 373, 392
Tompkins, Charles: clerk, register’s office, Treasury Department, pay, XI 391, XIII 466
“Tom the Tinker”: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 374n, 381
Tone, Wolfe: and wars of the French Revolution, XXI 489
“Tonnage Act,” see Congress of U.S., acts of: “An Act imposing duties on the tonnage of ships or vessels” (July 20, 1790)
Tonnage duties, VIII 259, IX 29, 37, X 509, 560–61, XI 275, 559, XIII 546, 558, XIV 95, 159, XV 247, 557, XVIII 219, XXVI 552; abolition of, proposed, XXV 468, proposed by Tench Coxe in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 12, 21, 39, XXVI 641; calculation of, V 477; collectors’ returns on, VIII 364, 479, 481, IX 16, 81, 109, 223, 295, 496; and concurrent jurisdiction, V 92,, XIX 23, 25; estimates of, VI 137, VII 416, 417, XIV 222, 223, XV 552, 553, 554, XVI 6, 191; exemptions, V 490, 521, 561, VI 19, 25–26, 266–67, 404, XV 333, 394, 395, 423–24, 445–46, XXVI 536, 538, French claims to, VII 408, 423–24, 425–26, IX 290–92; Hamilton on, in 1795 “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 77, 86, 87, 88, 90, 104, 108, 142, 143, 145, 147; and immigration, VIII 18; and Jay Treaty, XVI 322, XIX 233, 442, 445–48; legislation concerning, V 485n, 486, VIII 154–55, 204, X 510–11, 576, XVI 118, 416, XVIII 60, British reaction to, V 485–86, 488, enforcement of, V 455, 462, 561, VI 30–31, 249–50, 263, 266–67, 357, 365, 368–69, 372, 377–80, 390, 561–62, VII 29–30, 99, 123, 128, 129, 131, 210, VIII 16, 272, 273, 473–74, 488, IX 11, 12n, 82–83, 223, 295, 453, 505–6, X 369–70, XII 23, 27–28, 83, XIII 23, XXVI 489, 490n, 500, 501, 504, 592–93, and foreign vessels, VII 20, 441, in Great Britain, IX 11, 12n; James Madison’s proposals concerning, V 485n, XVI 132; in Md., XVII 157–58; objections to, VI 390, 517; and payment of public debt, VI 99, X 548, XII 267–68, XIV 59, XVIII 53, 66, 71, 73, 79, 381n, XXVI 582; reports on, VI 414, VII 418–19, IX 510, 538, XI 121–22, 199, XIV 168, XVI 9, 40; and R.I., VI 476, 483–84, VII 99, XI 568; as source of public monies, XVI 106, 107; statements of, VI 289, 290, XIII 36–39, 136, 499, 501, 555, 556, 560, XIV 72, XV 476–83, 572, 575, XVI 165–69, 170–80, XVIII 57n, 81, by collectors, V 395, 421, VI 25, 302, VII 80–81, XV 28
Tonti, Lorenzo: originator of Tontine plan, XXI 54n
Tontine: origins of plan for, XXI 54n; and “Report on Public Credit,” VI 52, 62, 95, 98, 128, 257
Tontine Association, Boston, see Boston Tontine Association
Tontine Association, New York City, XXI 54n; Philip Hamilton’s shares in, XXI 53
Tontine Coffee House, New York City, XXV 340n; Federalist meeting at, XXV 376n, 611n, XXVI 115n; meeting on Jay Treaty at, XVIII 485n, merchants’ meeting at, XXV 500n
Tools: duty on, X 114; manufacture of, X 169, 201, 283, in Conn., IX 342, 354, in Providence, R.I., IX 445, 446–47
Toomer, Henry: commissioner for Cape Fear River, N.C., IX 173–75, 249–50, 317
Topham, Daniel: Army (American Revolution), II 581
Topham, George W.: Newport, R.I., shipmaster, and customs regulations, XVI 144, 569, 572
Topham, John: Newport, R.I., shipowner, and customs regulations, IX 95, 542, XI 153–54
Topsail Inlet, N.C.: stakage and channels in, XV 270
Tor Bay (Torbay), England, II 192, VII 63
Tordesillas, Treaty of (1494), VI 573n, XIX 184n
Tories, see Loyalists
Torrans, Robert: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 582, XXIV 204, 244
Torrey, Nehemiah: Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 631
Torrey (Torry), William: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 95, 106
Tortuga Island, West Indies: XXVI 151
“To the Citizens of New-York”: electioneering handbill (1796) attributed to Hamilton, XX 442–43n
“To the Citizens Who Shall be Convened This Day in the Fields in the City of New York”: broadside by Hamilton on Jay Treaty (1796), XX 131–34
“To The Daily Advertiser”: two letters by Hamilton attacking George Clinton (1787), IV 229–32, 248–53
“To the Editor of The Argus”: Hamilton’s letter, written by “Camillus,” concerning publication of “The Defence,” XIX 398–99
“To the Editor of the Evening Post”: Hamilton’s reply to charges that Lafayette ordered him to kill enemy soldiers captured at Yorktown, XXVI 30–31
“To the Editor of the Minerva”: Hamilton’s reply to “Z’s” attack on John Jay, XIX 113–14
“To the Electors of the City and County of New York”: Hamilton’s articles for N.Y. congressional election (1789), V 283–86, 333–34
“To the Electors of the Middle District”: anti-Federalist address in Poughkeepsie (1801), XXV 379n
“To the Electors of the State of New York”: Federalist article prepared by Hamilton for Miles Hopkins (1801), XXV 379n
“To the Electors of the State of New York”: Hamilton’s articles for N.Y. gubernatorial campaign (1789), V 310–15, 317–29
“To the Independent Electors of the State of New-York”: broadside by Jonathan Lawrence in N.Y. gubernatorial election (1789), XXVI 810, 811
“To the Independent Electors of the State of New-York”: Republican address in N.Y. gubernatorial campaign (1801), XXV 350–51
“To the New-York Evening Post”: refutes charges of being a monarchist made by James Cheetham, XXV 536–38
“To the New-York Packet”: notice refusing candidacy (1785), III 601
“To the Public Creditors of the State of New York,” III 171–76
“To the Supervisors of the City of Albany”: Hamilton’s article for N.Y. gubernatorial election (1789), V 255–61
“To the Unbiassed & Independent Electors of the State of New-York”: broadside by Jonathan Lawrence in N.Y. gubernatorial election (1789), V 315n
Totowa, N.J.: in American Revolution, headquarters, II 478, 490, 498, 504, 505, 512, XXVI 402
Totten, Robert: Philadelphia merchant, II 589, III 235n, 682; and Hamilton’s accounts and law practice, II 591–92, 653, III 678–79, XXVI 411
Totten and Crossfields Purchase: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 64
Toulon, France, I 380, XXII 45; and wars of the French Revolution, XVI 270n, XXI 488, 499–500, 525, XXIII 194n
Toulouse, France: Archbishop of, see Loménie de Brienne, Etienne Charles de; parlement of, and French Revolution, IV 283n
Tousard, Anne-Louis (Lewis): American Artillerist’s Companion …, XXIV 69n; Army (American Revolution), I 278–79, 514, 542, 546; career, XXII 379n, XXVI 54n; conferences with John Adams, XXV 244; death of wife, XVI 613; land purchase, XI 607–8; pension, payments, V 385, IX 462, XIII 83, 124, 562, XV 518, 560, XVI 450, XVII 517, XXVI 829; recommended by Hamilton, XXVI 218–19; Regular Army (Quasi-War), 378, 520n, 528–29n, 569, 586, 602, 603, 606, 608, 609, 610, 611, XXIII 76, 119, 151n, 167–68, 168n, 343, 353, 355n, 365, 430–31, 487–88, 492, 507, 515, 540, 606, 607, 609, 616, 617, 620, 622, 625, 626, 635, 641, 652, 654, 658, 660, 662, 678, 680, 682, XXIV 24, 66–68, 70n, 78–79, 82, 83, 88, 117, 159–64, 185, 190, 191, 201n, 251, 257–61, 268, 379, 395, 496, 529, 532n, 543, 546, 547–48, 550, 566, 585n, 593n, 607, 612, 619, 620, 630, 631, 633–34, 638, 643, 647, 648, 661, 673; Regular Army (1800–1802), XXIV 529, 532n, 543, 546, 547–48, 550, 566, 593n, XXV 28, 66–67, 244; service with French in Santo Domingo (1802), XXVI 54
Toussaint L’Ouverture, François Dominique: revolt in and independence of Santo Domingo, and U.S. relations with, XXII 426n, 427n, 474, 493, XXV 80, 121, 252n, 430n, XXVI 4n, 54n, 91n
Towamensing (Towamencin), Pa.: in American Revolution, headquarters, I 339–42
Towanda, Pa., XXIV 460n
Tow cloth: duty on, X 214–15, 327; manufacture of, X 46, 104, 171, 214–15, 284, 327, in Conn., IX 332, 342
Toweling: manufacture of, X 171, 284
Towers, James: administrator of estates (dealing master), Christiansted, and date of Hamilton’s birth, I 1–2, 2–3n, and Ann Mitchell’s inheritance, XX 457, 458, 459, 460
Towler, Mathew: cloth manufacturing in Va., IX 282
Towler, William: cloth manufacturing in Va., IX 282
Town Creek, Md.: surveyor of customs at, accounts, XI 235
Towne, Benjamin: publisher, The [Philadelphia] Pennsylvania Evening Post, II 129, XXIV 295n
Townsend (Townshend), —— (Mr.): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 23, 38, XXVI 458
Townsend, John: New York City merchant, and campaign for N.Y. Assembly, XXV 375n; and contract with French government, XVIII 458n, XX 417–18n; director, N.Y. branch of Bank of the U.S., XXVI 206
Townsend, Micajah: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 458n
Townsend, Noah: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 458n
Townsend, Robert, see Culper, Samuel, Jr.
Townsend, Samuel: shipmaster, and customs regulations, XV 395, 435
Townsend, Solomon: naval contractor, XVII 455n
Townsend, William: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 458
Townsend (Townshend) and Franklin: New York City merchants, and contract with French government, XVIII 458n, XX 417–18n
Townshend, see Townsend
Townships: Hamilton on in “Report on Vacant Lands,” VI 504
Towson, Ezekiel: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 290
Tracy, John: Newburyport, Mass., merchant, and Hamilton’s account with John B. Church, III 576
Tracy, Nathaniel: Newburyport, Mass., merchant, Army contractor (American Revolution), petition of, VII 435, VIII 344, XII 351, report on petition of, XI 287; and Hamilton’s account with John B. Church, III 570, 576; member, Essex Junto, XXIV 575n
Tracy, Uriah: U.S. Senator (Conn.), XXI 8, 76, XXV 232n; comments on Additional Army candidates (Conn.), XXII 43, 49, 270, 271, 273, 274, 275, 276, 277, 279, 280, 281, 530, 561; discusses U.S.-French relations and U.S. domestic politics (1797–1798), XX 547–48, XXI 24–26, 463–64; opposition to appointment of William S. Smith as adjutant general (Quasi-War), XXII 26n, 354n; and Quasi-War, XXIII 620; and sale of land owned by John B. Church, XX 547, XXI 24, 85; and suspension of further enlistments (Quasi-War), XXIV 237n
Trade, see Coasting trade and Commerce and Fur trade
Traité de Charente: and French export duties, V 459n
Tranche River, see Rivière de la Tranche
Transportation: Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 20–21, XXVI 640–41; Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 38–39, 115–17, 194–96, 310–11; Adam Smith on, X 8, 116; Sir James Steuart on, X 310n
Transylvania, I 382
Trask, Israel Elliott: Additional Army candidate (Vt.), XXII 117, 119
“Traveller’s Rest”: Horatio Gate’s Va. plantation, IV 33
Traversie, Joseph: Canadian spy (American Revolution), II 496, payment to, for services, V 385, 406, VI 132, IX 462, XIII 42, 81, 124, 565, XV 517, 559, XVII 517
Treadwell, John (Conn.): and manufacturing in Conn., IX 346–49
Treadwell (Tredwell), John (Mass.): comment on Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 321
Treadwell, S.: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 21–22
Treason: Hamilton on, (1784) III 534–35, at Constitutional Convention, IV 201, in The Federalist, IV 594, 626–27, 704, in N.Y. Assembly, IV 37; legislation concerning (1798), XXI 522–23n; Edmund Pendleton on (1801), XXV 434n; two trials of John Fries for, XXV 142–43n, 151–52n, 155–56, pardoned by John Adams, XXV 171, Hamilton on pardon, XXV 226–27; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 380n
Treason, attainder of, see Bills of Attainder
Treasurer of loans, see Hopkinson, Francis
Treasurer of the United States (1777–1789): mentioned in The Federalist, IV 711. See also Hillegas, Michael
Treasurer of the United States (under Federal Government), VIII 293; drafts of, in Bank of U.S., XI 26; duties of, XI 389; proposal for increased pay for, XI 365n; role of, Hamilton on, VI 330–31, 331–32, 505; role of in Quasi-War, Hamilton on, XXIII 429, James McHenry on, XXIII 359–60; resolution by William B. Giles to separate from Treasury Department (1793), XIII 541. See also Meredith, Samuel
Treasury, assistant to the Secretary of, see Coxe, Tench, and Duer, William
Treasury Board, see Board of Treasury
Treasury Department: accounts of, (1791) XI 278, (1792) XV 320, Hamilton’s “Receipts and Expenditures of the United States for the Year 1792,” XV 474–545, Hamilton’s “Report on Revenue, Appropriations, and Expenditures,” XIV 68–79, (1793) Hamilton’s “Report on an Account of Receipts and Expenditures of the United States for the Year 1793,” XVII 486–563, (1794) XV 389–90, 557–80, 560, XVI 610, Hamilton’s “Report on Estimates for the Year 1794,” XV 552–81, estimated, (1793) XIII 29–30, (1794) XVII 462–64, and examination of by comptroller, IX 539–40; and advances to President and members of Congress, XIX 378–79, 402–26; assistant to the Secretary of, see Coxe, Tench, and Duer, William; auditor, see Harrison, Richard, and Wolcott, Oliver, Jr., appointment of (1791), VIII 470, 493–94, candidates for (1795), XVIII 200, 261n, chief clerk, see Simmons, William, clerk, see Anspach, Peter, and Freeman, Ezekiel, messenger, see Bowman, Joseph; and Bank of the U.S., as fiscal agent for, XXI 313n, rules governing relations with, X 571–75; books ordered for, XXVI 567–68; certificates, Hamilton on regulations concerning (1790), XXVI 559, issued by Timothy Pickering as quartermaster general, XXVI 581–85, 612–13, 683, questions concerning (1792), XXVI 683; theft of, VIII 273n, 284; clerks, XV 661 (see also Anderson, Samuel, and Brent, Daniel C., and Fraunces, Andrew G., and Jones, Edward, and Meyer, John, and Sherman, Isaac), (1793) XIV 127, 128n, applications for positions as, IX 196n, XI 382, XXVI 670, pay, XIII 45–46, XV 557–58, payments to, XIII 107, resignation of, XV 592, and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 129, 164n, 228, 251 (see also Fraunces, Andrew G., and Jones, Edward), and yellow fever epidemic, XV 329; and collectors of customs, XII 57–62; commissioner of the revenue, see Coxe, Tench, and Miller, William (Philadelphia), candidates (1798), XXI 338; and commissioners of loans, VIII 433–34, comptroller, see Davis, John, and Eveleigh, Nicholas, and Steele, John, and Wolcott, Oliver, Jr., candidates (1795), XVIII 194–95, 257–58, 284n, 382, 511–12, Hamilton on duties of, XVIII 259–61, principal clerk of, see Hardy, Joseph, and Kuhl, Henry, and redemption of public debt, XVIII 55; Tench Coxe on Hamilton’s administration of (1795), XVIII 243–44, Hamilton’s reply to Coxe’s charges, XVIII 248–53; and dispute over warrants with Andrew G. Fraunces, XIV 460–70; drafts of, VIII 154, 314, 363–64, XI 77, protested, VI 9–10, 34–35; and William Duer, as Army contractor, VII 127–28n, suit against, XI 127n; and duties, Hamilton on in “Report on Defects in the Existing Laws of Revenue,” VI 387–88; and embargo, XVIII 8; finances of, Hamilton on, in “Report on the Balance of All Unapplied Revenues at the End of the Year 1792 …,” XIII 545, 558, 560, in “Report Relative to the Loans Negotiated Under the Acts of the Fourth and Twelfth of August, 1790,” XIV 48–52; and foreign loans, Hamilton on in “Report Relative to the Loans Negotiated Under the Acts of the Fourth and Twelfth of August, 1790,” XIV 26–67; Hamilton on Mint’s relationship to (1795), XVIII 237–40; Hamilton on proposed changes in by House of Representatives (1795), XVIII 224–25; Hamilton on Republican charge of diversion of appropriations by (1802), XXV 516–20; Hamilton on rules governing expenditures of, XIX 402–26; Hamilton’s defense of, against criticisms by “Mercator,” XII 322–27; and Hamilton’s resignation as Secretary of, XVII 405, 441; and Nathaniel C. Higginson, warrant for mission of, XVI 289; house for, in Philadelphia, XXVI 629, 648; investigation of, by House of Representatives, (1793) Hamilton’s reply to, XV 9–10, (1794) XV 460–65, XVI 55–56, 57, 209, 241, 495n, XVII 97, XXV 361–62, Hamilton’s replies to, XV 465–67, XVI 129, 147–48, 160, 196, 219, 230, 337–38, 373, 494, 570–71, 580–81, 606–7n, with “Report on … Disposition of Moneys Borrowed Abroad by Virtue of the Acts of the Fourth and Twelfth of August, 1790 …,” XIV 231–32, with “Report on the Periods at Which Moneys were Received … and Dates of the Warrants … to the Credit of the Treasurer …,” XVI 211–18, with “Report on the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States … to the End of the Year 1793,” XVI 165–81, with “Rules and Modes of Proceeding with Regard to the Collection, Keeping, and Disbursement of Public Moneys, and Accounting for Same,” XVI 106–17, with “To the Select Committee Appointed to Examine the Treasury Department,” XVI 193–94, and Washington, XVI 230, 245, 248, 249, 250–53, (1801) XXV 109, 109n, 423–26; investigation by House of Representatives of Oliver Wolcott’s administration of, XXVI 44; legislation concerning reports of to Congress, XX 486n; and lost certificates and warrants, X 341–42; and multiple officeholding, XXIV 350; and N.C., XVI 186n; and naval armament (1798), XXI 352, 465; and need for national bank, Hamilton on in “Report on the Bank,” VII 322–23; papers of, VII 119; payments to, VI 533–34, XII 623, for printing, XIII 106, for suits involved in, X 481; policies of, Hamilton on in 1795 “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 57–148, 285–86n; and preparations for war (1792), XII 146–47, 168–69, 185–87; and presidential campaign (1800–1801), XXV 55–56n, 108; proposed changes in, by House of Representatives (1792), XXVI 834; proposed changes in organization and operation of, Tench Coxe on (1792), XI 364–68; proposed Senate investigation of (1794), XXV 494–95n; receipts of (1791), XIII 40–41; register, see Nourse, Joseph, clerk of, see Stretch, Joseph, duties and pay of staff of, XI 386–92, Hamilton on duties of, XVIII 260; regulations concerning members of, XI 572–73; and request by House of Representatives for estimate of funds needed for 1794, XVI 50, 52–53; and request by Senate for information on (1794), XVI 9–10; requests for bids by, V 496; and rules for settling claims against U.S., VI 434; Secretary of, see Secretary of the Treasury; and settlement of Indian Department accounts, XIII 372–76; staff of, appointments to vacancies in, VIII 292–94, 321–22, 470, Hamilton on in “Report on Salaries, Fees, and Emoluments of Persons Holding Civil Office Under the United States,” XIV 157–59, pay, (1789) V 386–87, (1790) VI 130–31, (1791) VIII 141–42, IX 459–60, 475, XI 13, (1792) XIII 121–22, (1794) XV 557–58, 561, payments to (1789) V 382–83, 388, (1791) IX 463, 464–65, 475, (1791–1792) XV 510–12, (1792) XIII 71–74, 124, 125, 127, 140, 141, 143, 144, (1793) XVII 509–10, titles and pay, Hamilton’s “Report on the Several Persons Employed in the Treasury Department,” XIII 463–66; state of, Hamilton on in “Report on the State of the Treasury at the Commencement of Each Quarter During the Years 1791 and 1792 …,” XIV 91–133; and states, Hamilton on in “Report on Money Received from, or Paid to, the States,” VI 412–14; treasurer, XVIII 21n (see also Meredith, Samuel), Hamilton on duties of, XVIII 260; and U.S. Army, XXVI 691, pay for members of, XV 265–66, XVII 123, payment to, for fortifications, XVI 209–10, 239–40, in Quasi-War, XXIII 6, 16, 421, 452, 456, 457, 460, 482–83, 557, XXIV 51, 197–98n, 209, 286, 496, 571–72, 588, supplies for, XV 26n; and U.S. creditors, VIII 198, 211, 300, 305–6n, 320, 329, 410, 447; and War Department, XVI 241, 565, 577, 592, 599, 619–19, XVII 19–20, 86, 116, 368, 416–17, 419, 436, 453, 566, 569, Tench Coxe on relationship with, XVIII 4–5, supplies for, XIV 322–23; warrants issued by, XXVI 498, 614; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 368; Oliver Wolcott, Jr., on difficulties of management of (1798), XXI 397–98, on Treasury notes, XXII 158, 186; and yellow fever epidemic, (1793) XXVI 845, (1797) XXVI 757. See also Public credit and public debt
“Treasury Department circular to the collectors and surveyors of the State of Virginia”: May 18, 1790. Va. tobacco inspection law, VI 419–20
“Treasury Department circular to the collectors of the customs in Georgia except Savannah”: April 6, 1790, receipts to collector at Savannah, VI 356–57
“Treasury Department circular to the collectors of the customs in Massachusetts except Boston”: March 30, 1790, duplicate receipts of money remitted to Mass. Bank, VI 331
“Treasury Department circular to the collectors of the customs of New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New York”: May 27, 1794, allowance for fishing vessels, XVI 433–34
“Treasury Department circular to the district attorneys”: August 31, 1790, sureties for commissioners of loans, VI 590
“Treasury Department circular to the district judges”: October 17, 1791, procedures for mitigating and remitting forfeitures, IX 402
“Treasury Department circular to the marshals of the United States”: June 8, 1792, enforcement of Collection, Coasting, and Registering acts, XI 497–98
“Treasury Department circular to the naval agents”: April 19, 1794, naval rearmament and Army supplies, XVII 115–16
“Treasury Department circular to the presidents and directors of the offices of discount and deposit of the Bank of the United States”: February 23-March 5, 1793, bonds for duties and accomodation of merchants, XIV 137–38
“Treasury Department circular to the superintendents of lighthouses”: May 22, 1792, commissioner of the revenue to the superintend lighthouses and other establishments for navigation, XI 417–18
“Treasury Department circular to the wardens of the ports”: October 5, 1789, maintenance of lighthouses, V 424
“Treasury Department circulars” (in chronological order)
August 13, 1791, requests agricultural information for “Report on Manufactures,” IX 35–37
May 9, 1792, appointment of Tench Coxe as commissioner of the revenue, XXVI 669–70
September 13, 1792, requests accounts for civil list, XII 377
September 17, 1792, lost bills of exchange and fraud, XII 385–86
March 30, 1793, compensation procedures, XIV 264–65
“Treasury Department circulars to the captains of the revenue cutters” (in chronological order)
June 1, 1791, revenue cutter under management of collector of customs, VIII 406–7
June 4, 1791, powers and duties, VIII 426–33
February 3, 1792, execute orders of collector of customs, XI 14
“Treasury Department circulars to the collectors of the customs” (in chronological order)
September 14, 1789, requests statement on amount and payment of duties, V 373
September 22, 1789, payment of duties and notes of Bank of North America and Bank of N.Y.; weekly account of receipts and payments, V 394–95
October 1, 1789, requests accounts of lighthouse expenses, V 415–16
October 2, 1789, requests recommendations for improving collection of revenue; revenue boats; smuggling; monthly returns of duties, V 419–21
October 3, 1789, encloses Coasting Act, V 422
October 6, 1789, discounts for prompt payment of duties, V 427
October 10, 1789, quarterly returns of exports, V 434
October 14, 1789, counterfeiting of and specie exchange for notes of Bank of North America and Bank of N.Y., V 444–45
October 15, 1789, queries on navigation, V 446–47
October 20, 1789, form for monthly returns; procedure with weekly returns; forms of manifests; duty on tonnage and on imports of articles of domestic manufacture, V 454–56
October 31, 1789, duties demandable after August 1, 1789, V 478
November 28, 1789, requests revenue laws of states, V 559
November 30, 1789, compensation; allowance for imports in U.S. bottoms; discount for prompt payment of duties, V 575–78
December 1, 1789, forms for weekly and monthly returns, VI 2–3
December 18, 1789, exact punctuality in payment of bonds taken for duties, VI 18
December 23, 1789, tonnage on foreign vessels and on coasting or fishing vessels, VI 30–31
December 30, 1789, duties demandable after August 1, 1789, VI 39
January 20, 1790, requests statement of emoluments, VI 204
January 27, 1790, duties and excise uniform throughout U.S., VI 225
February 17, 1790, discount for prompt payment of duties, VI 269–70
March 3, 1790, transmits statute respecting N.C., VI 285–86
March 30, 1790, transmits drafts of the treasurer, VI 330–31
April 16, 1790, interprets Coasting Act, VI 367
May 13, 1790, payment of invalid pensions, VI 416–17
May 17, 1790, requests statements on breaches of revenue laws, VI 418
May 20, 1790, receipts to be transmitted to Bank of North America or Bank of N.Y., VI 427
August 20, 1790, tonnage duties and coasting or fishing vessels, VI 561–62
September 23, 1790, requests copies of office forms and other papers, VII 83
October 1, 1790, on revenue cutters and sailcloth, VII 87
December 11, 1790, comptroller of the Treasury has regained health, VII 207
December 18, 1790, sends hydrometers and thermometers; explains use of hydrometers, VII 368–72
March 5, 1791, prompt reports to commissioners of loans of amount of money held by collectors, VIII 162–63
March 21, 1791, on correct post office for mail to be sent to, VIII 209
April 145, 1791, requests account of all monies received in 1790 and all expenses, VIII 287
May 13, 1791, duties to be ascertained by weighing, measuring, and gauging; requests report on tare, VIII 340–41
May 25, 1791, VIII 363
May 26, 1791, explanations and instructions for collecting duties; excise and collection statutes, VIII 365–87
June 1, 1791, appoints collectors agents for revenue cutters, VIII 407–8
June 1, 1791, on cash notes of Bank of Md., VIII 409
July 8, 1791, on pay for officers and crews of revenue cutters, VIII 538
July 8–12, 1791, discusses “Impost Act” and “Collection Law,” VIII 538–39
August 5, 1791, registers of sloop Lurana and schooner Fortitude; requests returns on tonnage, exports and imports be expedited; admeasurement of previously registered American vessels prohibited; requests copy of fees of each customhouse, IX 15–17
September 20, 1791, on casks of “old stock,” IX 217
September 21, 1791, rations for officers of revenue cutters, IX 221
September 21, 1791, requests monthly schedule of bonds and a return of unpaid bonds; discusses procedure for cancelling certificates and admeasuring vessels; prompt returns on duties on tonnage and imports, IX 222–23
November 11, 1791, requests immediate transmission of returns on exports, imports, and tonnage; discusses allowance for damage, IX 496
November 17, 1791, rations for cutters, XI 507–8
January 2, 1792, cancelled registers; pay for collectors and surveyors; notes of Bank of the U.S. to be received; quarterly returns requested, X 501–2
February 2, 1792, appoints collectors as directors of revenue cutters, XI 5
February 6, 1792, requests returns on public property; register of brig Lydia; information on suits for unpaid bonds to be sent to other collectors; manifests required, XI 19–20
February 21, 1792, reception and exchange of notes of Bank of North America and Bank of N.Y. to be discontinued; permission for leave required of revenue cutter officers, XI 42–43
May 10, 1792, procedure for mail and office, XI 385
May 23, 1792, procedure for mail, XI 418
June 4, 1792, estimating value of French imports; procedure for transmitting cancelled certificates; register of sloop Polly, XI 484–86
June 8, 1792, fines and forfeitures under “Collection Law,” XI 495–97
June 11, 1792, on manifests, XI 507–11
June 25, 1792, duties on wines; length of vessels; tonnage on vessels from N.C. and R.I., XI 567–68
July 20, 1792, discusses powers of collectors, XII 57–62
July 22, 1792, fees under “Coasting Act,” XII 69–77
July 23, 1792, postage, XII 80
August 6, 1792, discusses duties, XII 181–82
August 27, 1792, form for return of exports; monthly abstract of licenses; drawbacks for leakage, XII 281–82
August 31, 1792, requests receipts and disbursements, XII 303–4
September 8, 1792, freight rates, XII 340
September 23, 1792, early quarterly returns, XII 417
October 12, 1792, quarterly statement of duties; tonnage duty on vessels in distress, XII 551–52
October 25, 1792, comptroller of treasury to superintend collection of duties; bounties on fishing vessels, XII 620–21
January 22, 1793, certificates of registry; schooner Fame, XIII 506
February 22-March 5, 1793, accomodation for merchants with Bank of the U.S., XIV 136
March 13, 1793, lost certificates of registry; licensing of fishing and coasting vessels, XIV 201–2
March 29, 1793, certificates for alteration of vessels; notes of branch banks of Bank of the U.S., XIV 259–60
April 12, 1793, blank certificates of registry to be returned, XIV 314
April 23, 1793, neutrality proclamation, XXVI 702–3
April 29, 1793, quarterly returns of exports to commissioner of the revenue, XIV 357
May 13–16, 1793, sea letters, XIV 442–47
May 30, 1793, prizes of French privateers, XIV 499
June 13, 1793, notes of branch banks of Bank of the U.S., XIV 541
June 25, 1793, delay in summary of duties on impost and tonnage, XV 28
July 2, 1793, expenses of marshals, XV 53–54
July 27, 1793, crew and certificate of registry of revenue cutters, XV 136
August 4, 1793, instructions on U.S. neutrality, XV 178–81
August 22, 1793, instructions on U.S. neutrality, XV 264
December 9, 1793, allowances for fishing vessels, XV 452
December 18, 1793, allowances for fishing vessels, XV 545
December 19, 1793, British vessels captured by French privateers, XV 550–51
February 10, 1794, British vessels captured by French privateers, XVI 23–24
March 17–21, 1794, punctuality with monthly schedules of bonds, XVI 161
March 26, 1794, discusses procedures under embargo, XVI 199
April 3–June 4, 1794, fortification of ports, XVI 239–40
April 18, 1794, congressional resolutions on embargo, XVI 294–95
April 23, 1794, Swedish vessels and embargo, XVI 317–18
May 28, 1794, exportation of arms; alteration in French flag, XVI 439
June 17, 1794, U.S. neutrality, XVI 499–500
June 19, 1794, repairs to and rations on revenue cutters, XVI 502
June 23, 1794, returns on payments to marshals, XVI 519
April 8, 1797, clearance of armed merchant vessels, XXI 47
May 24, 1799, XXIII 648
“Treasury Department circulars to the collectors of the customs in Massachusetts” (in chronological order)
November 20, 1789, payment of duties with notes of Bank of North America and Bank of N.Y.; receipts in specie and Mass. Bank notes, V 532–33
June 26, 1792, payment of remittances to Mass. Bank, XI 578–79
November 29, 1794, allowances for fishing vessels, XVII 400
“Treasury Department circulars to the commissioners of loans” (in chronological order)
August 31, 1790, commission, oath of office, sureties, VI 588–89
September 16, 1790, duties and administration of office, VII 57, XXVI 557–66
October 6, 1790, administration of office, VII 96
October 7, 1790, Confederation certificates; fraud, VII 101
October 11, 1790, certificates for interest substituted for indents of interest, VII 108–9
October 13, 1790, certificates of state debts and “Funding Act,” VII 110
November 1, 1790, commissioner’s signature on certificates; certificates to non-subscribers; office procedure, VII 134–35
November 19, 1790, office procedure and certificates, VII 159–60
November 30, 1790, certificates and fraud, VII 170–71
January 11, 1791, fraud, VII 425, XXVI 596–97
February 14, 1791, drafts for quarterly interest on public debt; sale of bills on N.Y. or Philadelphia, VIII 34–35
March 9, 1791, illness of comptroller and signature on warrants, VIII 169
March 17, 1791, register’s certificates and prevention of fraud, VIII 198
March 18, 1791, VIII 204
March 25, 1791, VIII 215
April 16, 1791, VIII 290
May 2, 1791, VIII 320
May 27, 1791, interest payment on certificates in respect to state debts; exchange of certificates to non-subscribers, VIII 394–95
June 4, 1791, quarterly abstract of stock required, VIII 433–34
June 6, 1791, interest payment on certificates in respect to state debts, VIII 446–47
August 4, 1791, statements and documents on public debt to comptroller; quarterly returns to H; fraud, IX 14–15
August 18, 1791, drafts for quarterly interest, IX 78
October 29, 1791, accuracy in issuing certificates, IX 422
September 27, 1792, absence of comptroller and signature on warrants, XII 494–95
May 6, 1793, illness of comptroller and signature on warrants, XIV 417–18
September 30, 1793, Hamilton’s illness and office procedure, XV 353
July 10, 1794, invalid pensions, XVI 587
“Treasury Department circulars to Continental loan officers” (in chronological order)
October 17, 1789, tenure and salary, V 440–41
May 17, 1790, transfer of indents, certificates, and bills of credit, VI 418–19
“Treasury Department circulars to the governors of the states” (in chronological order)
September 26, 1789, requests statements of states’ debts, V 411
November 21, 1789, requests statements of states’ debts, V 534–35
January 14, 1791, statements on final settlement certificates, VII 426–27
June 27, 1791, state certificates and interest payments, VIII 509–10
November 13, 1793, accounts between states and U.S., XV 397
“Treasury Department circulars to the supervisors of the revenue” (in chronological order)
June 22, 1791, requests information for “Report on Manufactures,” VIII 497–98, IX 275, 318, 432–33, 442n
June 25, 1791, newspaper notice for distillers and importers of spirits, VIII 505–6
June 27, 1791, marking of “old stock,” VIII 510–11
September 30, 1791, distilled spirits and certificates, IX 248–49
November 26, 1792, contracts for Army supplies, XIII 236–37
June 12, 1794, compensation for additional duties, XVI 480
Treasury Department warrant No. 1, V 370
Treat, Malachi (Dr.): New York City physician, Hamilton’s account with, III 21
Treat, Samuel (Mass.): Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 317, 327
Treat, Samuel (N.Y.): Army (American Revolution), I 365
Treaties: and Articles of Confederation, IV 595–96, 598, 626–27, 628–33; and Constitution, Hamilton on, V 337, XV 37–43, XVI 496, XX 6–10, 13–22, 22–34, 72–73, 76–77, 87–103, at Constitutional Convention, IV 172, 176, 179, 201, in The Federalist, IV 402, 409, 577, 579–80, 595–96, 598, 628–33, 643, 668, 670, 671, 697, at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 47, 77, 142, 179; between U.S. and European nations, and prize ships, XIV 431
Treaty of Alliance (1778): between France and U.S., III 296n, V 336, VII 43, 113, VIII 44, IX 386–87n, X 351n, XI 72, 208, 210, 548, XIV 268, 269n, 298n, 306, 326, 347–52, 368–96, 408, 531, XV 55–63, 65n, 191–93, 426, XX 12, 27–28, 30, 62n, 163n, 191–93, 432–33, 476, 481, 522, 545, 553–54n, XXI 36–37, 49n, 65, 72, 75, 343, 377, 419–20, 421, 422, 438–39, 463–64, 526n, XXVI 5, XXVII 15n, dissolved, XXII 184; Washington receives copy of, I 590
Treaty of Alliance and Commerce between Great Britain and Denmark (1670), XIX 502
Treaty of Alliance between Great Britain and Sweden (1661), XVI 348n, XIX 503n
Treaty of Alliance Offensive and Defensive between Portugal on the one hand and Austria, England, and the Netherlands on the other (1703), XIX 502n
Treaty of Amity and Commerce (1778), between U.S. and France, III 478n, VII 44, 408, 423–24, VIII 43, 178, IX 290, XI 72, 208, 210, 548, XIII 402, XIV 299n, 326, 336, 355, 368–96, 424–25n, 427–28n, 531, 543, XV 34–43, 55–63, 83–84, 110–16, 132–33, 134, 140n, 142, 146–51, 159, 173, 179, 184, 191–93, 194, 203–7, 224, 226n, 315, XVIII 428–29, 439n, 445n, 446n, 447, 448, 449, XIX 235, 272n, 275n, 285n, 442–43n, 482n, 501n, 508, XX 27–28, 30, 163n, 191–93, 231, 243, 367–68, 375, 278–80, 399, 400n, 409, 412, 413, 421, 423–24, 427–28, 429, 432–33, 476, 483n, 496, 497n, 545, 552n, XXI 8–12, 33–34, 49n, 52, 72, 74, 75, 101, 307, 343, 344, 361–62, 366, 371n, 377, 419–20, 421, 422, 425–27, 438–39, 463–64, 526n, XXV 162–63n, 231, XXVII 15n; dissolved, XXII 184; Washington receives copy of, I 590
Treaty of Amity and Commerce between the U.S. and the Netherlands (October 8, 1782), XVIII 439n, 445n, XXV 506n; effect on U.S. foreign policy (1793), XIV 336, 354, 389n, 539, 543, XV 140n, 142, 169, 187, 204–5; and Jay Treaty, Hamilton on, XIX 227, 272, 381, 383, 476, 501n, 510, XX 27–28
Treaty of Amity, Commerce, and Navigation between the U.S. and Great Britain (1794), see Jay Treaty
Treaty of Commerce between Great Britain and Portugal (1703), XIX 502n
Treaty of Commerce between Great Britain and Sweden (1766), XIX 502–3
Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between Great Britain and Russia (1766), XIX 385
Treaty of Friendship, Limits, and Navigation between the U.S. and Spain (1795), see Pickney’s Treaty
Treaty of Môrtefontaine, see Convention of 1800
Treaty of Navigation and Commerce between Great Britain and Russia (1797), XXI 116n, 117n
Treaty of New York (1790): with Creek Indians, VI 547–48, VII 147, XI 374n, XIII 28, 29n, 148n, XIV 490, 491–92, XV 8n, XVI 600, XIX 15n
Treaty of Paris (1763), see Paris, Treaty of (1763)
Treaty of Paris (1783), see Paris, Treaty of (1783)
Treaty of Peace between U.S. and Great Britain, see Paris, Treaty of (1783)
Treaty of Peace and Alliance between France and the Netherlands (1795), XIX 511n
Treaty of Peace and Alliance between Great Britain and Portugal, (1654), XIX 502n
Treaty of Peace and Commerce between Great Britain and Portugal (1642), XIX 384
Treaty of Peace, Commerce, and Alliance between Great Britain and Spain (1667), XIX 384–85
Treaty of Peace and Friendship between France and Portugal (1797), XXI 116n
Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Great Britain and France (September 3, 1783), XIX 171n
Tredick, Edward: shipmaster, and customs regulations, XI 315
Tredwell, see also Treadwell
Tredwell, Samuel: collector of customs, Edenton, N.C., XIV 92, XVI 620n, XVIII 44n; deputy collector of customs, Edenton, N.C., XI 29; inspector of the revenue for the port of Edenton, N.C., XVI 46n, 620n, XVIII 44n; inspector of the revenue for the survey, XIV 92, 480n, XVI 620
Tredwell, Thomas: member, House of Representatives (N.Y.), pay, XV 508, XVII 506; member, N.Y. Assembly, III 139–40; member, N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 112n, 156n, 196n, 293n; payment to, for interest on loan office certificates, XIII 144, 145, XV 532
Treilhard, Jean Baptiste: member, Directory, XXIII 266–67n
Tremain and Stout v Carman: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 63
Tremells, John: shipmaster, payment for Nathaniel Higginson’s passage to West Indies, XVII 214
Trenet, Jerome: and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, XII 215–16
Trenholme, Louise Irby: The Ratification of the Federal Constitution in North Carolina, VI 57n
Trenton, N.J., IV 153n, IX 269n, 379, 381, 385, XXIII 272, 321, XXV 3n; in American Revolution, I 190, 258, 266, 292, 301, 316, 335, 424n, 449, II 343, 541, V 349, XXVI 356, 357n, 363n, Battle of, I 301, V 349; Philip Hamilton’s schooling at, IX 561n; meeting of Continental Congress at (1784–1785), III 588, 590, 591n, 595n, 702, proposed (1783), III 401, 406, 409, 447, 472–73, XXVI 445; military conference at (Quasi-War), XXIII 474, 510, 515n, 527n, 538n, 542n, 543n, 544, 553–54n, 556, XXIV 1, 203n, 558, 604; in Quasi-War, XXII 352, XXIII 11, 93, 261, 273, 474, 510n, 515n, 527n, 538n; 542n, 543n, 544, 546n, 553, 556, XXIV 1, 2n, 11, 24, 203n, 509n, 558, 604; U.S. Government at (1798 and 1799), XXII 65, 68, 77, 147n, XXIII 24, 510n, 527n, 542n, 546n, 556, XXIV 2n, 11, 24, 509n; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 153, 215, 229, 234, 240, 358, 359, 442
“Trenton Decree”: on land dispute between Conn. and Pa., IV 321
Trescott, Lemuel: Army (American Revolution), II 320, 366, 588; repayment to Government for military services, XIII 301
Treutlen, John Adam: governor of Ga. XI 200, 202n
Trevett, Richard: collector of customs, York, District of Me., accounts, XIII 36–37, 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85
Trevett v Weeden, XIX 16n
“Triangular Tract”: and Robert Morris’s land speculations, XVIII 364, XX 142n
Tribble, Joseph Fulcher: horse thief, XXIII 495n
Tribotet, —— (Mrs.): and Charles Rutledge, U.S. chargé d’affaires, Madrid, XX 156n
Trieste, I 381; and wars of French Revolution, XX 416n
Trigge, Thomas: and Francisco de Miranda’s plans for liberation of South America, XXIII 497n
Trimmer (brig): and customs regulations, X 366, 372–73
Trinidad, West Indies, IX 213
Trinidada (brig): and customs regulations, IX 183, 213
Trinity Church, Newark, N.J., XXV 183n
Trinity Church, New York City, VII 26n, XV 208, XXV 183n, 389; and Hamilton’s funeral, XXVI 321n, 322, 324–29; relationship to St. Mark’s in the Bowery, XXV 389n
Triol, Roux, and Company: Marseilles, France, merchants, and redemption of loan office certificates, IX 502
Triple Alliance of The Hague (1717), XXV 164n
Triplett, James: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 75, 652, 657, XXIV 205n, 214n, 630–31
Triplett, Thomas: shipmaster, and customs regulations, XII 39
Tripoli, XXII 377n; Treaty of Peace and Friendship with U.S., XX 536, XXV 595n; U.S. consul to, XIX 361n; U.S. relations with, XXV 445n, 454–57, XXVI 27
Tripp, Henry Dome: and Benedict Arnold and Richard Varick (American Revolution), XXVI 396n, 399
Trisdale (Tisdale, Trusdale), Thomas: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 103, 108, 442
Trisi, —— (Mr.): publisher, Milan, VI 552n
Triton (brig): and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 601
Triumph (cutter): brings news of peace (1783), III 303
Trois Rivières, Canada: Battle at (American Revolution), I 213, II 36n; and exploration and settlement of North America, III 707
Tromberger, John: objects to policy on loan office certificates, VIII 193–97
Tronson du Coudray, see Du Coudray
Troop, William: and report on petition of Catharine Greene, X 453
Troth, William: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 304
Troup, Jennet Goelet (Mrs. Robert), VIII 478
Troup, John: Army (American Revolution), I 322
Troup, Robert, IV 364, XI 2, XIII 108, XXI 46, 310n, 321, 388, XXII 66n, 170, 177, 227, 490, XXV 437, 490n, 560n, 612n, XXVI 80–81n, 122n, 122–23n, 709, 754; and Bank of the U.S., XXVI 622–23, N.Y. branch of, XV 588; candidate, N.Y. Assembly (1801), XXV 375n, 378n, Secretary of War (1795), XIX 440; career, XXVI 21n; clerk, U.S. District Court, N.Y., XV 11, 587–89, pay, XIII 58; comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXIII 613; executor of Hamilton’s will and account of Hamilton’s property, XVII 503–7; and The Federalist, publication of, V 341–42; fellow student with Hamilton at King’s College, I 80n; friendship with Hamilton, I 485; and French privateering, XXVI 710; on Hamilton, XVIII 341–42, XXIV 582n, XXV 376n, 388–89n, 450, 589n, XXVI 12n, 53n, 58n, 311n; Hamilton’s accounts with, VIII 4, 279, 478, XI 453, XII 272, XVIII 309, XXVI 676; and Hamilton’s dispute with Andrew G. Fraunces, XIV 469; and Hamilton’s early writings, I 85n; and Hamilton’s Letter on John Adams, XXV 170n, 176n, 178–79, 182, 185, 195; and Hamilton and N.Y. fires, XX 472n; judge, U.S. District Court, N.Y., XXI 366, candidate, XX 381; member, N.Y. Society of the Cincinnati, III 637n, 675–78, Society for Promoting the manumission of Slaves, III 597; N.Y. attorney, VII 344, VIII 214, XXII 396, XXIV 391, XXVI 20, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 34, 55, 657, VII 22, 445–46, XIV 533n, XVIII 43, 296, 309, XX 140, 259–60n, 343n, 348, XXI 55n, XXIV 314, XXVI 142n, 145n, 163n, 222n, 673, 710, and land speculation, XVIII 303, 309–11, 328–29, 340–44, XXV 599n, XXVI 97, 283, trustee of Ringwood Iron Company or American Iron Company, XIX 201, 216, XXIII 159–60n, 334n, XXV 483; on N.Y. campaign for U.S. Senate, (1789) V 359–61, 362, (1791) VII 445; on New-York Evening Post, founding of, XXV 450–51n; on N.Y. gubernatorial election (1792), XII 272; on N.Y. political situation (1791), VIII 478–79; and Panic of 1792, XI 155–57, 185, XXVI 655–56; and presidential campaign (1800), XXV 59, 195, 315; and repeal of the “Judiciary Act,” XXV 521n; and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 126–27, 142n, 143–44; secretary to Board of War (American Revolution), on U.S. military affairs, II 128–29; on U.S. foreign affairs (1798), XXI 491n; on U.S. national and foreign affairs (1793), XV 280, 587–89
Trout, Robert: Army inspector of supplies, payment to, XV 523
Trowbridge, Joseph: Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 655, 658
Troy, N.Y., III 701n; inhabitants of, comments on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXIII 643
Troyes, France: and French Revolution, IV 283n
“A True American”: pseudonym attributed to Hamilton, XX 442–43n
[Philadelphia] True American, XXV 174n
Truegas, Pradal: and U.S. payment to Spain, XVI 624
Trueman, Alexander: Army (Indian wars), XII 147n, XIII 87; payment of pension to his orphaned children, XV 560, 564
“A True Republican”: pseudonym used in N.Y. senatorial campaign (1803), XXVI 113n
Truman, Kirkof, and Mooney: express (American Revolution), II 210
Trumbull, —— (Col.): and Hamilton’s law practice, IV 317
Trumbull, David: lottery agent (Confederation Government), payment from XV 496
Trumbull, John (lawyer, poet, and cousin of Jonathan Trumbull, Sr.): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 578; M’Fingal, VII 167, IX 532n, XXV 24n; on national politics, IX 532–37; and presidential election (1789), V 252n
Trumbull, John (painter and son of Jonathan Trumbull, Sr.), XXVI 292n, 310n; member, joint commission under Article 7 of Jay Treaty, XX 305–6, 506n; on national politics, IX 534; portrait of Angelica Church, XXIV 212n; portrait of Hamilton, X 482, XXVI 318n; secretary to John Jay, XVI 314–15, 350
Trumbull, Jonathan, Sr.: governor of Conn. (1769–1784), III 130n, 578n, VIII 157, XVI 315n, XXIV 212n, XXVI 828; and American Revolution, I 273, 279, 285, 302, 336, 353n, 424, 523, 586, 601, II 76, 94, 96, 101, 102, 189, 256, 333–34, 334, 336, 338, 341–42, 346, 356–57, 516, 538, XXVI 373, 373–74n
Trumbull, Jonathan, Jr., I 353n; candidate, U.S. Minister to France (1780), XXVI 404; career, XXII 100n; governor of Conn. (1797–1809), XXVI 115n, comments on Additional Army candidates (N.Y. and Conn.), XXII 100, 107, 276, XXIII 639, 642, and Quasi-War, XXII 611; and manufacturing, Lebanon, Conn., IX 319; member, House of Representatives (Conn.), XI 546, XVII 350n, XXV 192n, pay, XIII 64, 65, 66, 68, XV 508, XVII 507; payment for register’s certificate, V 404; speaker, House of Representatives, XIV 417, XV 362n, 373n, XVI 314, accounts, XIX 378, Hamilton’s reports to House of Representatives addressed to, IX 456, X 230, 357, 406, 531, 537, XI 55, 64, 77, 135, 139, 199, 200, 232, 268, 269, 270, 271, 275, 282, 292, 294, 299, 319, 322, 337, 338, 342, 357, XIII 34, 118, 151, 153, 165, 174, 178, 185, 187, 189, 190, 192, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 205, 206, 208, 209, 210, 244, 259, 261, 283, 294, 340, 451, 463, 470, 475, 542, XIV 17, 26, 93, 159, 168, 180, 185, official relations with Hamilton, XI 251, XIV 84, 92–93, 134–35, 137, 145, 151–52, payment from, XV 497, payments to, XI 69, 567, 570, XIV 507, 509, XVII 507; U.S. Senator from Conn., XVII 350; Washington’s secretary (American Revolution), III 130
Trumbull, Joseph: Army (American Revolution), commissary general, I 266, XXVI 358
Trumbull (Continental frigate), XI 535, XII 152n, XIII 188, XVI 60–61, XXVI 712n
Trumbull (U.S.S.): XXV 429–30, 585n, XXVI 33
Trunks: manufacture of, X 169, 283
Trusdale, see Trisdale
Trustees of the sinking fund, see Sinking fund: commissioners of
Trusty (British privateer): and U.S. neutrality, XX 427n
“Truth”: pseudonym of critic of Hamilton (1792), XII 570, 571–72n
Truxtun, Thomas: capt., U.S. Navy, XVI 516, 525, 530, XVII 220, 467n, XXVI 848, 850, 866, 868; career, XXVI 22–23n; commander, U.S.S. Constellation, XXII 230, 468; and impressment of American seamen, XXIV 427n; medal awarded to, XXVI 22; relative rank of, XXII 418–20, 468, XXIII 97–98, 116, 274–75; resignation of, XXV 577–79; on U.S. relations with France and Great Britain, XXVI 179–80
Tryon, William: royal governor, N.Y., I 179n, 180n, 241n, 480, III 537
Tryon County, N.Y.: in American Revolution, I 304, 310–11, 516n, II 432–33; land speculation in, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 433. See also Montgomery County, N.Y.
Tryphonius: Roman lawyer, XIX 331n
Tubbs, Nathan: Army (American Revolution), XXVI 418
“Tubero”: pseudonym used by critic of Hamilton’s land purchases, X 581n
Tucker, Ebenezer: surveyor of the port, Little Egg Harbor, N.J., XI 479
Tucker, Henry: capt. of ship seized by French privateer, XIV 427n
Tucker, John: clerk, U.S. Supreme Court, pay, XV 500
Tucker, Joseph: collector of customs, York, District of Me., XVI 501
Tucker, St. George: delegate, Annapolis Convention (Va.), III 690; transfer of public debt to, XV 99
Tucker, Samuel: candidate, first mate, Boston revenue cutter, VII 162, 193
Tucker, Thomas: Ann Mitchell’s guardian or trustee, St. Croix, XX 457
Tucker, Thomas Tudor: delegate, Continental Congress (S.C.), V 210; member, House of Representatives (S.C.), VI 473, VII 442n, X 285n, XII 43, 49, pay, XIII 64, 65, 67, 69, XV 509, XVII 507
Tudor, George: payment to, for interest on loan office certificates, XIII 100, 140
Tudor, William: Boston Tontine Association and banking, XI 502n
Tuff, William: work at the Grange, XXVI 159, 160n
Tufts, Hall: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 317, 329, 338; Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 669, 674
“Tully”: Hamilton’s defense of Government policy in Whiskey Insurrection, XVII (No. I) 132–35, (No. II) 148–50, (No. III) 159–60, (No. IV) 175–80
Tunis: Treaty of Peace and Friendship with U.S., XX 536, XXV 595n; U.S. consul to, see Donaldson, Joseph, Jr.; U.S. relations with, XX 536, XXVI 27
Tunstall, Thomas: Additional Army candidate (Ky.), XXII 285
Tupper, Archelaus: killed in conflict between Canada and Vt., IV 134n
Tupper, Benjamin: co-founder of Ohio Company, XXVI 654n
Turcoing, Battle of: in wars of French Revolution, XVII 97n, XIX 123n
Turenne, Henri de la Tour d’Auvergne, viscomte de: 17th century military commander, V 265, 355
Turgot, Anne Robert Jacques, baron de l’Aulne: influence on Jefferson, XXV 501; Œuvres de Mr. Turgot, Ministre D’État, Précédées et accompagnées de Mémoires et de Notes sur sa Vie, son Administration et ses Ouvrages, VII 246n; recommends French volunteer (American Revolution), I 313; and “Report on Manufactures,” X 6n
Turin: in wars of French Revolution, XXII 2
Turkey, I 122, 144, 145, 374, 378, 384, 386, V 93, XXI 393, XXIV 280; peace with Russia, X 476; proposed U.S. treaty with, XXII 501–2n; Russo-Turkish war, IV 282, VII 181, 354, 392–93, and effect on American Revolution, I 276; U.S. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister to, see Smith, William Loughton; and wars of French Revolution, XXII 376, 427.
Turks Island, B.West Indies, IV 38n; British trade regulations concerning, XIII 399n, 431
Turnbull, John: London merchant, and Francisco de Miranda’s plans for liberation of South America, XXI 5n, XXII 208n
Turnbull, Robert: merchant, Petersburg, Va., and Hamilton’s law practice, V 253
Turnbull, William: agent for Army supplies (American Revolution), XXVI 354
Turnbull, Forbes, and Company: London merchant firm, XXII 208n
Turnbull, Marmie, and Company: Philadelphia merchant firm, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 578, XXVI 457
Turner, Edward D.: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 583, 584, 608, 617, 634, XXIV 243, 245, 604
Turner, Frederick Jackson: ed., “Correspondence of the French Ministers to the United States, 1791–1797,” IX 292n, X 350n, XI 42n, 130n, XII 265n, XIII 408n, 445n, XIV 17n, XV 117–18n, 239n, XVI 234n, 304n, 387n, XVIII 19–20n, 46–47n, 389n, 389–91n, XIX 434–35n, 527n, XX 305n, 571–72n, XXI 417n, 420–21n; “The Policy of France toward the Mississippi Valley in the Period of Washington and Adams,” XXII 257n; “Selections from the Draper Collection in the Possession of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, to Elucidate the Proposed French Expedition under George Rogers Clark Against Louisiana, in the Years 1793–94,” XI 23–24n
Turner, George: Additional Army candidate (N.H.), XXII 111
Turner, George: candidate, collector of customs, Tappahannock, Va., XVI 122, 611–13
Turner, George: judge, Northwest Territory, pay, XIII 77, 563, XV 514, XVII 512, payment to, XIII 145, XV 538
Turner, John: New York City merchant, and Hamilton’s accounts and law practice, III 48
Turner, John: shipwright, Philadelphia, X 401
Turner, Orsamus; History of the Pioneer Settlement of Phelps and Gorham’s Purchase and Morris’s Reserve …, XVIII 365n, XXI 299–300n
Turner, Thomas: accountant for U.S. Navy, XXV 518n
Turner, William: and Hamilton’s accounts and law practice, III 48
Turnery: manufacture of, X 170, 283
Turpentine: duty on, X 17, 35–36, 225, XXVI 632, 638; French regulation on, X 392, manufacture of, X 172, 285
Turpin, Pierre Jean François: French botanist and horticulturist, XXVI 150–51
Turtle: chief, Miami Indians, and U.S. Indian relations, XXII 579n, XXIII 80, 231
Tuscany, Duke of, I 387, VIII 5, XX 490n
Tuscany: and French Revolution, XX 490–91n; U.S. commissioner to, XXIV 48n
Tuscarora (Tuskarora) Indians: relations with U.S. troops at Niagara, XXIV 338, 352–53, 440–41, 470–71; U.S. commissioner to (1802), XXV 563n, XXVI 3n
Tutt, Charles: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 111
Tutt, James: seeks contract to build lighthouse, Cape Henry, Va., VII 377, 414
Tuttle, Timothy: trustee, Hamilton-Oneida Academy, XIX 147
Twemlow (Twemlaw), Thomas: Liverpool merchant and husband of Hamilton’s cousin, XXI 198, XXVI 862
Twiford, Robert: on manufactures in Va., IX 279
Twiggs, John: and Ga.’s illegal settlement on Indian lands, XVI 601n
Twine: duty on, VIII 390, 483; manufacture of, X 170, 283
Twing, see Thwing
The Twins, see Les Jumeaux
Twist, Stephen: Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 631
Two Brothers (schooner): carries message from James Wilkinson, XXIII 243
Two Brothers (ship): Hamilton’s purchase and sale of, for John B. Church, III 34, 653, 660
Two Brothers (sloop): and customs regulations, XVI 150–51, 151n
Two Friends (schooner): captured by France, XXI 495n
Two Sicilies, Kingdom of: and League of Armed Neutrality, XV 204n, XVIII 437n; treaty with France (1796), XX 491n, XXI 31n. See also Sicily
Tybee Island, Ga.: lighthouse on, V 515, VII 136, VIII 348–49, XIII 155, 467, 487–88, XIV 346, 353, XV 400, 401–2, 410, 603, XVII 110, 239, 245, 266, 268
Tylee, James: Army inspector of supplies, payment to, XV 523
Tyler, George: and customs regulations, VII 75, 150–52
Tyler, John: underaged recruit (Quasi-War), XXIV 637
Tyler, John S.: payment to, for delivering Mass. electoral votes (1792), XIV 161, XVII 541
Tyler, Samuel: member, Va. House of Delegates, XXII 424n
Tyler, Samuel, Sr.: register of wills, Prince Georges County, Md., XXII 303n
Tyler, Samuel, Jr.: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 303
Tyler, Wat: referred to in account of Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 385–86n
Tyndale, William: A Treatise on Military Equitation, XXV 27, 29n
Tyranny: Hamilton on, (1781) II 654, (1784) III 548, in The Federalist, IV 397, 442, 518, 530, 564, 567, 568, 691, in N.Y. Assembly, IV 82, in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 34, 38, 39, 43, 68, 82, 96, 97, 111, 119, 131
Tyrol, I 381; and wars of French Revolution, XXII 2
Tyrrell County, N.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Tyson, George: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 660
Tyson, John: and petition of John Hobby, XVI 80n