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Udine, Italy: and wars of French Revolution, XXI 204n, XXV 148n
Uechritz, Louis Augustus, baron de: German officer, Army (American Revolution), II 292, XIII 95, payment for services, IV 542
Ulmer, George: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 317, 336
Ulmer, Jacob: Additional Army candidate (District of Me.), XXII 318, 324, 339
Ulster County, N.Y., III 22n, 50n, 127n, 619n, IV 68, 141, V 309n, VI 559, VIII 528n,; addition to, IV 3n; George Clinton’s career in, V 263; division of, XXI 211n; and N.Y. gubernatorial election (1789), V 308n; and N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 52, 59, 114, 131, 142, 309; and presidential election (1800), XXIV 471n; proposed taxes in, IV 54, 63
Ultra Federalists: and presidential campaign (1800), XXIV 444, 446
Umbrellas: and use of whalebone, X 40, XXVI 641
Undeclared war with France, see Quasi-War
Underhill, Israel: and Hamilton’s account with Philip Schuyler, III 19
Underhill, James: shipmaster, and customs regulations, XVI 164, 572
Underwood, Robert: clerk, auditor’s office, Treasury Department, XIII 564, 565, pay, XIII 465
Underwood, Thomas: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 74, 655, XXIV 90, 624, 628, 641, 647, 659, 669
Union (ship), XX 443n
Union Bank, Boston, Mass.: incorporation of, XI 503n
Union College: founding of, XVIII 187, 187n; grants to, by N.Y. Regents, XXV 581, 586
Union County, S.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Union of states: desirability of, and weakness of Confederation, Hamilton on, in “Conjectures about the New Constitution” (1787), IV 275–76, in Constitutional Convention, IV 186–89, 194–95, 199, 203, 206, 212, 221, 223n, in Daily Advertiser (1787), IV 230; in The Federalist, IV 309–17, 319–26, 326–32, 333–39, 339–46, 346–52, 353–55, 356–64, 364–70, 370–74, 377–84, 384–90, 390–95, 396–401, 402–11, 412–16, 417–22, 422–27, 428–34, 434–38, 439–43, 443–49, 450–55, 456–60, 461–65, 465–69, 470–76, 476–82, 483–90, in N.Y. Assembly (1787), IV 12–13, 76–78, 82–86, 90–92; desirability of strengthening under Constitution in light of experiences under Confederation, Hamilton on at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 16–17, 43–44, 87, 126–27; and Hamilton’s election as a delegate to Constitutional Convention, IV 108; need for R.I. to join, Hamilton on, V 224; not a threat to states’ rights under Constitution, Hamilton on at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 26, 30, 55–57, 60, 70–74, 75–77, 78–79, 84–85, 87–88, 92–93, 97–103, 106–8, 110–11, 126–27, 135, 136–137, 138–39, 140, 153, 157–58; and N.Y. gubernatorial election (1789), Hamilton on, V 255–56, 273–74, 286, 292, 299; threat of Constitution to power of individual states, George Clinton on at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 57–58
Union Theological Seminary: founding of, XXV 403n
Uniontown, Pa.: and excise opposition, XVII 35; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 259n, 308n, 391
United Company of Merchants Trading to the East Indies, X 44
United Dutch Provinces, see Netherlands
United Insurance Company, XXVI 183n
“United Irishmen” (Ireland): and wars of French Revolution, XXI 489n
“United Irishmen” (U.S.): attack on newspaper ed., XXIII 1, 2n
United Netherlands, see Netherlands
United Provinces, see Netherlands
United States (U.S.S.), XXIII 98n; commission and launching of, XX 228n, XXI 38n, 39, 342, 343n
United States and wars of the French Revolution, see France: U.S. preparation for possible war with
United States Army (American Revolution), see American Revolution and Army
United States Army (peacetime 1783–1798)
accounts of (1792–1793), XV 518–24; agents, XVIII 1, 45–46, 155–56; appropriations for (1791–1792), VIII 186, XV 540–41; and Articles of Confederation, Hamilton on at Constitutional Convention, IV 179, 191, 203; articles of war, X 500, XXII 53–54n, 70, 498n, XXIV 193–94; Artillerists and Engineers, legislation authorizing Corps of (1794), XVI 619; budget for (1792), XIV 74, 129; clothing dept., accounts, V 373–76; commissary dept., VI 436; commissary general, see Hodgdon, Samuel; contracts and contractors for, see War Department; debts of, arising from American Revolution, XI 473; and defense of U.S frontiers, XVII 271–75; deserters in (1793), XV 292; estimated expenses (1794), XV 564–71; Hamilton on, in 1795 “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 57n, 81, 82, 145; Hamilton on rules governing pay and payments of (1795), XIX 402–3, 405, 407–10, 412, 414; and Hamilton’s “Defence of the Funding System,” XIX 1n; Hamilton’s plan for reorganizing (1794), XVII 582–84; Hamilton’s proposal for raising an army to fight G. B. (1794), XVI 130–36; history of, XXII 383–88; hospital dept., III 392–93, V 390, IX 467–74; inspector of the Army (1784–1788), XXI 493n; and land bounties, IV 655; and land bounties and western land speculation, Hamilton on (1792), XI 379–80; legislation concerning, VIII 186, XXII 384n; and opposition to excise (1792), XII 390–91; ordnance dept., V 390, 406, IX 469, 474; organization of, III 233–34, 237, 239, and accounting system, V 373–75, 380, proposals concerning (1797), XX 546, 571, 574; pay of Md. line, XI 231 pay, and expenses (1794), XVII 79, 114, 123–24, 125–26, 221, 245, 300, 301, 322, 387, 518–24; of officers and men, plans for, (1783) III 343, (1793) XV 265–66, 271, 306–7, 308, 454, 519; paymaster general, see Pierce, John, and Swan, Caleb, accounts (1792), XI 389, acting, see Howell, Joseph, Jr.; payments to, Hamilton on (1795), XIX 402–3, 409–10, 412, 414; peacetime establishment of after American Revolution, III 312, 321, 322, 331–32, 334–35, 342–43n, 343, 346–47, 353, 378–97, 419, 461, 470, 476, VI 453–54, XXVI 804, Hamilton’s proposals on, III 378–97, Benjamin Lincoln on, XXVI 438–43; preparations for war with Great Britain, legislation concerning, see Congress of the U.S., acts of, “An Act to provide for the Defence of certain Ports and Harbors in the United States” (March 20, 1794) and “An Act to provide for the erecting and preparing of Arsenals and Magazines, and for other purposes” (April 2, 1794) and “An Act providing for raising and organizing a Corps of Artillerists and Engineers” (May 9, 1794) and “An Act directing a Detachment from the Militia of the United States” (May 9, 1794); and proposed expedition against Spanish dominions (1794), XVI 136–37, 162–63, 407, 588–89; Provisional, defeat by Congress of bill concerning (1797), XXI 398n, Hamilton on, XXI 39–40, 83–84, 343, 362, Hamilton’s proposals for, XX 546, 574, Timothy Pickering on, XXI 69–70, 504–5, William Loughton Smith’s resolutions concerning (1797), XXI 38; quartermaster’s dept., VI 436; quartermaster general, XI 311, XXVI 667, 736 (see also Hodgdon, Samuel, and O’Hara, James), deputy, see Belli, John, duties of, XII 186, payments to, XII 168–69; recruiting service, funds for (1792), XI 449–51; reduction by Congress (1797), Fisher Ames on, XX 485; Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United States, X 501n; Baron von Steuben on, X 500–1; storekeeper at Philadelphia (1783–1794), see Hodgdon, Samuel; supplies for, (1793) XV 26, 472, 598, (1794) XV 664–65, XVII 1, 19, 58–59, 77–78, 102–3, 110–11, 129, 170, 224, 225, 226, 237, 292, 315, 325, 326, 337, 437, 442, 580, XVI 113n, 286–87, 288, 315, 390, 561, 613–14, (1795) XVIII 28–29, advertisement for, VI 510, Hamilton on system and method of distribution of (1792), XII 77–78, 185–87, Hamilton’s changes in procurement of, XVII 416–17, 424, 436, Washington on (1792), XII 146–47; and survey of western lands, XIII 233; and threat of war (1794), XVI 133–36; and U.S. preparation for possible war with France (1797–1798), see France: U.S. proposed military and other measures to meet crisis with; volunteers, and protection of frontiers, XVIII 240; and Washington’s Seventh Annual Address to Congress, XIX 363, 464–65, 467; and Whiskey Insurrection, see Militia. See also Congress (under Articles of Confederation) and Fries’s Rebellion and Harmar, Josiah, and Indians and individual forts and Knox, Henry, and Legion of the United States and Lincoln, Benjamin, and Militia and Pickering, Timothy, and “Plan for a Legion” and Ports and harbors, fortification of, and St. Clair, Arthur
—— (Quasi-War, 1798–1800): John Adams on, (1799) XXIII 98, 100n, (1801) XXV 187n, 195; John Adams’s farewell to, XXIV 586–87n; Additional Army (twelve new regiments and six additional troops of cavalry), XXII 384–88, 389, 411n, XXIII 15, 63, 77–78, 92n, 102, 197, 207–8, 228n, 255, 256, 296, 311, 313–14, 328–29, 336, 364, 391, 467, 468, 524, 541, 602, XXIV 51, 180, 236, 269, 282, 289–90, 299–301, 315–16, 342–43, 366–67, 370–71, 395–96, 427, 496 (see also Fries’s Rebellion and Macpherson, William), disbanding of, XXIV 469n, 481, 494, 498, 498–99, 499, 500–1, 501, 502–3, 505–6, 512, 512–14, 518–19, 533–34, 541–42, 543, 543–44, 549, 563, 568, 570n, 574, 576, 577–78, 581, 596, 597n, XXV 3–4n, 6, 45–48, 53, 61, 61–62, 159–60, 171n, 179–80, 396, 563, 568, 570n, 574, 576, 577–78, 581, 596, 597n, enlistments suspended, XXIV 219–20, 221, 222–23, 342–43, 379, 405, 434, 435; adjutant general, XXI 493n, XXIII 150, 153, 190, 336, 337, 355, 373, 470, XXIV 16n, 82, 120, 173–74, 179, 179–80, 189–90, 315, 334, 378, 379, 385, 436–38, 476, 479 (see also North, William), assistant to, XXIII 153–54, XXIV 93–95, 529 (see also Ellery, Abraham), deputy, XXIV 334, 378, 401, 437–38 (see also Beall, William D.), role of, XXII 555, 565, 582–83, 587, 588–89; adjutants (regimental), XXIII 40, 85, 101, 108, 466; aide-de-camp to Hamilton, see Church, Philip, and Izard, George; aides-de-camp, XXIV 376; apprentices, enlistment of, XXIII 155–56, 159, 169, 189, 438n; ardent spirits for, XXIII 113n, 186, 220, 269n, 349–50, 434, 489, 589, XXIV 3; armorers and smiths for, XXIV 74; arms and accoutrements for, XXIV 421, 422; arsenals and magazines, XXIII 424–25, 426–27, 450, 484; and articles of war, XXII 53–54, 530, XXIII 56, 64–65n, 102, 142, 146, 154, 156, 161–62, 185, 440, 485–86, XXIV 76, 133–34, 166n, 173, 193–94, 285, 332n, 344, 360, 400, 424; Artillerists and Engineers, XXII 4–5n, 42, 244, 348, 356, 358, 363, 378, 379n, 384–87, 389, 457, 463–64, 466, 568, 578, XXIII 2–3n, 51, 69–70, 72–77, 80–81, 94, 104–5, 107, 110, 112–13, 118–19, 119, 134–35, 144, 177, 203, 217, 239, 248, 251, 257, 263, 286, 288, 343, 356, 368, 374–75, 385, 387, 389, 391, 403–4, 419, 444, 468, 488, 492, 494–95, 507, 525, 537, 549, 553, 579, 602, XXIV 74, 162, 395, 428n, 496, 498, 500, 514, 522, 533, 535, 541, 543, 544, 546–47, 567, XXV 236, 244 (see also Hoops, Adam, and Rivardi, John J. U., and Tousard, Lewis), Corps of, XXII 457, XXIV 73, 74–75, 220, 310, 516–17, proposed bill to organize Corps of, XXIV 179–80, 276–77, 311–14, 344, 345n, First Regiment of, XXIV 88, 99, 220, Second Regiment of 9, 220, of XXIV 164, 240n, 364, 427, 523–24, 529, 532n, 533, 593n, circular to battalion commanders of Second Regiment of, XXIII 149–51, inspector of, XXIII 426, 430–31, manual and tactics for, XXIV 78–79, 81–82, 84, 96, 117, 251–52, 257–61, 334, 380n, 542, plans and proposals concerning, Hamilton’s draft of “An Act for better organizing the Corps of …,”. XXIV 311–14, Hamilton’s proposal for disposition of artillery regiments, XXIII 73–77, George Izard’s “Code of Exercises, Manœuvres, and Regulations for the Order, Discipline, and Instructions of …,” XXIV 257n, Lewis Tousard’s “Regulations for the school for, XXIV 67–69, 71–75, 276–77, 308–11, 344, stations on seaboard, XXIV 325, supplies for, XXIV 159–64, Lewis Tousard’s “Regulations for the Artillery,” XXIV 258–61, 542n, uniform for, XXIV 132; artisans and artificers, XXIII 220, 589, XXIV 2–3, 68, 74, 312, 313; barges for, XXIV 161–62, 191; barracks, XXII 198, 203–4, 211, 261, 263, XXIII 397–98, 434, XXIV 285–86, 301, 336–37; blacks in, XXIII 438, XXIV 418; boats, for use on seacoast, XXIV 206, 208, at western posts, XXIV 17–18, 80, 91–92, 98–99; brigade inspectors, XXIII 336; brigade quartermaster, XXIV 269, uniform for, XXIV 128; brigades, XXIII 17, division of Army into, XXIII 523, XXIV 4, 27–28, 29, 58, 96, 154, 172, 182, 193, 206, 243, 249, 266, 269, 290, 296, 301–2, 333–36, 377, 436–38, 455, 534, 542; brigadier generals in, XXIII 524, XXIV 422, power of, XXIV 28, uniform for, XXIV 128; cadets, XXIV 8, 23, 34n, 36, 37, 73, 76, 87–88, 162, 164, 191, 221, 310, 496, appointment of, XXIII 221, 247, 251, 291, 328, 346, 350, 436–37, 439–40, 567; candidates and applicants for appointments in, XXII 35, 40–41, 43, 47, 48, 56–57, 63, 67, 82, 87–146, 238n, 239–41, 247–48, 270–312, 312–13, 315–19, 320–39, XXIV 551n, 559–62; capital punishment in, XXIII 276, 286, 293–94, 495–96; Cavalry (Dragoons, Light Dragoons), XXII 67, 240–41, 342–43, 355–56, 358, 370, 372, 385–87, 389, 460–62, 530, 556–57, 561, 563n, XXIII 53, 63, 70, 102, 105, 111, 113–14, 134–35, 140n, 197, 207–8, 213, 215, 226, 239, 240, 248, 318, 374, 391, 403, 404, 408, 578–79, 592, 593, 602, XXIV 29, 42, 46–47, 172, 181, 236, 310, 482n, 500, 501, 514, 517, 518–19, discharge of part of, XXIV 482n, 500, 501, 512, 514, 517, 518–19, enlistments for suspended, XXIV 219–20, 222–23, 236, 315, 498–99, Instructions to be Observed for the Formations and the Movements of the Cavalry …, XXIII 318–19n, manual for, XXIV 82, 83–84, 96, 181, 216–17, 379, 380n, 431n, 541–42, school for, XXIV 71, 72, 73, 308, 309, uniform for, XXIV 132–33; chaplains, XXIV 9, 22, 35, 35n, 37, 155–56, 290n, 291, 293; children of members of, education, rations, and support of, XXIII 95, 253, 433, 471, XXIV 227; clothier general, XXIV 190n, (see also Williamson, Benjamin), lack of, XXIII 142; clothiers for, XXIII 550; clothing (and shortages of and delay in supplying) for, XXII 54, 245–46, 249, 250, 264, 352, 364, 403, 433, 459–60, 461, 470, 482, 519, 520–21n, 522, 561–62, 563–64, 567, 581, 587, 591, 593, 595–96, XXIII 10–11, 15, 16, 17, 18, 26–27, 35, 38, 43, 43–44, 61, 88, 91–92, 93, 93–94, 98–99, 109, 132–33, 141–42, 161, 166, 171, 174, 180, 181, 184, 187, 188, 189, 191, 193, 194n, 198, 202, 211–12, 214, 217, 222, 229, 237, 243, 245, 250, 251, 255–56, 258, 273–74, 281, 282, 283, 284–85, 291, 307, 308, 323, 328–29, 330–31, 334, 337–38, 345–46, 349, 352, 357–58, 399, 424, 430, 433, 448–50, 454, 488, 497–98, 504–5, 512, 534, 537, 539, 541, 567, 591, XXIV 17, 45, 57–58, 100, 127, 161, 167, 190–91, 219, 222, 235, 281, 300–1, 316, 336, 370–71, 375–77, 421, 422, 423, 425, 441, 442–43, 444, 461, 481, 563–64, 568; commander of, XXII 17, 19, 153, legislation concerning (1799), XXII 472n, question concerning following Washington’s death, XXIV 169, 170–71n, 238–39n, 330, uniform for, XXIV 127–28; commissary dept., VI 436, XXII 351, 554; commissary general of issues, XXIII 16, 221, 232; commissary of forage (brigade), XXIII 17; commissary of military stores, XXIII 16; commissary of provisions, XXIII 16, 17; communication, chain of, XXIII 351–52, 353–54, 397–98; contracts and contractors for, see War Department; cornet, change of title of, XXIV 166; correspondence, rules concerning, XXIV 166; courts-martial, XXII 53–54, 427–28, 495–98, 526, 530, XXIII 44, 56–57n, 64, 67, 144, 146, 156–57, 159, 181–83, 185–86, 241–42, 275–76, 286, 293, 298, 300–1, 310, 320n, 346, 360–61, 370–72, 495–96, 504, 590, XXIV 16n, 18, 20, 25, 37–38, 76, 87, 95, 133–34, 158–59, 164–66, 173, 193–94, 205, 243n, 253–55, 291–92, 319, 323, 347–48, 360, 364, 404n, 442, and judge advocates, XXIII 346, 360–61, 371–72, 558, 590, 593; courts of inquiry, XXIII 218, 222, 289, 350n, 488, 538, XXIV 20, 470, 570; death penalty, Hamilton on, XXIV 134; deaths in, XXIV 480; desertions, XXII 55–56, 249, 546, 567, XXIII 49, 56, 106, 144, 151–52, 157n, 181, 216, 241–42, 275–76, 280, 286, 343, 366, 375–76, 411n, 416, 465–66, 485, 495–96, 537, 541, 597, XXIV 16n, 20, 50, 134, 164–65, 213–14, 285, 323, 347–48, 458, 471; disbandment of, and Hamilton’s farewell to troops, XXIV 586; discipline of, system of, XXII 42, 67, 195, 368, 406, XXIII 123, 151–52, 170, 171, 286, 308–9, 367, 372, 400, 466, 502–4, 524, rules concerning, XXIII 126, Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United States, XXIII 126n, 133, 154n, 326n, XXIV 142n, 341n, 373, 430n, 437, Rules and Articles for the Better Government of the Troops …, XXII 53–54n, XXIII 154n, 441n, 486n, XXIV 135n, 166, 173n, 194n, 361n; dispute over relative ranks of major generals and Hamilton’s eventual victory, XXII 4–17, 17–21, 22–23, 24, 25, 26–27, 27–28, 33–34, 36–38, 62, 68–71, 82, 83–84, 85–86, 147–51, 156–57, 159–60, 166n, 167, 176, 177, 179, 179–80, 184n, 185–86, 189, 191, 194–95, 196–97, 199, 202–3, 210, 222, 238n, 376, 535–36, XXV 171, 228–29; division of areas under direct supervision of Hamilton and Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, XXII 436–37, 482, 505–6, 517–18, XXIII 107–8, 116; drums and fifes for, XXIII 15, 58–59, 61, 214; Engineers, see Artillerists and Engineers supra; enlistments in, XXII 536–37, 562, 582, 587, 591, XXIII 44, 102, 106–7, 155–56, 188, 222, 336, 438n, regulations prohibiting blacks, XXII 460–61n, suspended, XXIV 219–20, 221, 236–37, 282, 299–301, 315–16, 528–29, 538, 540–41, ensigns, change of title, XXIV 166; epidemic at Fort McHenry, XXIII 463; Eventual Army, XXII 384, 387–88, 416, 417n, 434n, 454n, XXIII 99, 100n, 134–35, 174, 395, 522, 602–3; executions, regulations concerning, XXIV 373; expenditures for, Hamilton on, XXIV 185–92, unauthorized, XXIV 4–5, 17, 163; extra expenses, when and when not authorized, XXIV 163, 186–92, 285–86, 301, 471–72; and the Ferguson rifle, XXII 244–45, 364; field officers, relative rank of, XXIV 338–39; forage for, XXIV 2, 296, 301–2, 409, 422, 424, 457, 529, 587; foreigners in, XXII 244, 570–71, XXIV 18, enlistment of, XXIII 106–7, 148, 151, 152, 169, 217–18, 367, 438n, 505; fuel, see wood infra; Fundamental School in proposed military academy, XXIV 71, 72, 73, 276–77, 307, 308, 309, 310, 344; funerals, military, regulations concerning, XXIV 373; furloughs, XXIV 378, 413; gambling, prohibition of, XXIV 183; general of U.S. Armies, legislation concerning title of, XXII 472n; general orders, XXIII 119, 148, 154–55, 162–63, 169–70, 185–86, 189–90, 203, 275–76, 298, 301, 305, 310, 320n, 355, 470, XXIV 1, 111–13, 164–67, 183, 221, 315–16, 323, 331, 347–48, 364, 375–78, 395–96, 407, 436–38, 500–1, 517, 518–19, 527–28, 528–29, and assistant to adjutant general, XXIII 153; guards, regulations concerning, XXIV 373; Hamilton on need for long-range planning, XXIII 227–28; Hamilton’s headquarters, XXV 3n; Hamilton’s long-range plan for reform in Government and Army, XXIII 599–604; Hamilton’s proposals to James Wilkinson, XXIII 599–604; health of, XXIV 430, 480; horses for, XXIII 212–13, 365, XXIV 210, 261, 312, 314, 422; hospital for, XXIV 292–93, 294n; hospital and medical stores or supplies, XXIII 16, 103, 130, 330–31, 352, 434, 450–51, 489, XXIV 17, 98, 162–63, 330, 378; hospital or medical dept., XXIII 103, Hamilton on, XXII 416, 421, 431, 433, XXIII 424, legislation concerning, XXII 417n, 433–34; huts for troops of, XXIV 19–20, 97, 181, 534, 567, 589; indentured servants, dismissal of from Army, XXII 521n; Indian boundary line survey, military escort for, XXIII 34, 38, 69, 103–4, 115, 145, 230–31, 475; Infantry, XXIII 35, 36, 63, 112–13, 134–35, 140, 197, 198, 207–8, 238, 239, 248, 256, 374, 403–4, 411–12, 593, arrangement and tactics of, XXIV 2, 40–42, 62, 82, 135–41, 142–53, 340–41, commandants of regiments of, circular letters to, XXII 580–81, 588, 596–600, XXIII 43, 61, 126, 129–30, 196, 200–1, 281, 308–9, 351–53, 396, 439, 439–40, XXIV 4–5, 222–23, formation and disposition of, XXIV 140–41, 142–53, 180, 333–36, 392–93, 406, 455–56, plans and proposals for, Hamilton’s “Formation and Disposition of a Regiment of Infantry,” XXIV 140–41, Hamilton’s “Plan of the Formation of a Regiment for Exercise or Battle,” XXIV 135–39, 370, 370n, 381, 393–95, 429–30, 487–89, 542n, Regular Army (first four regiments), XXIII 73, 92n, 180, 232, 356, 368, 373, 385–90, 403–4, 468, 473, 515, 520–22, 523–24, 526, 527, 581–87, 593, 602, XXIV 2, 4, 40–43, 62–63, 65, 179–80, 204–5, 224–25, 242–48, 268–69, 275, 295–96, 335–36, 356, 357–58, 362, 384, 397, 398n, 406, 482n, 496, 498, 500, 514, 520–21, 521, 547, First Regiment, XXII 261–62, 264n, Second Regiment, XXII 261, 594n, Third Regiment, XXII 456n, Fourth Regiment, XXII 456n, numbering of four Regular Regiments, XXII 561, school for, XXIV 71, 72, 73, 308–11, suspension of recruiting and disbandment, XXIV 315–16, 405, 521, 522, Twelve Additional Regiments (Five to Sixteen), XXIII 198, 251, 329, 347–48, 349n, 443, 579, commandants of Twelve Additional Regiments, XXII 580, 582, 588, end of enlistments for and disbanding of, see Additional Army supra, numbering of Twelve Additional Regiments, XXII 561, 582, 589, Fifth Regiment, XXII 196, 385, XXIII 329, 349n, 443n, 553, 573n, XXIV 95, 97, 180, 205, 379, 392, 480 (see also Smith, John), Sixth Regiment, XXII 385, XXIII 552, 553, XXIV 2–3, 66, 379, 392, 480, 515, 541, 571 (see also Read, James [Lt. Col.]), Seventh Regiment, XXII 385, XXIII 247, 251, 252, 347–48, 374, 525, 552, 573n, XXIV 5n, 205n, 206, 379, 392, 401, 418, 480, 515, 571 (see also Bentley, William C.), Eighth Regiment, XXII 385, 487, XXIII 189, 229, 246–47, 251, 347, 464–65, 469, 507, 512–13, 514, 525, 537, 548, 566, 570n, 572, 573, 588–89, XXIV 16n, 50n, 96, 97, 156n, 343n, 431n, 480, 515, 541, 571 (see also Parker, Thomas), Ninth Regiment, XXII 288n, 385–86, 594n, XXIII 180, 246–47, 251, 296, 318, 464–65, 469, 512–13, 514, 525, 548, 566, 569, 570n, 572, 573, 588–89, XXIV 16n, 50n, 97, 278, 342, 384, 385–86, 401, 480, 515, 541, 571 (see also Hall, Josias Carvel), Tenth Regiment, XXII 135n, 386, 596n, XXIII 39, 202, 284, 340, 349n, 374, 464–65, 469, 512n, 513, 514, 525, 548, 569, 570n, 572, 573, XXIV 16, 50, 211, 379, 401, 405, 418, 480, 515, 541, 571 (see also Moore, Thomas Lloyd), Eleventh Regiment, XXII 386, 596n, XXIII 11, 12n, 176, 229n, 245–46, 272, 281, 340, 349n, 374, 437n, 469, 508–9, 538n, XXIV 22, 85n, 239n, 306n, 316, 469n, 571 (see also Ogden, Aaron), Twelfth Regiment, XXII 19n, 354n, 379n, 386, 409n, 467n, XXIII 89, 122, 141n, 321–22, 340, 349n, 374, 437n, 456, 458n, 469, 473, 508–9, 524n, 538, XXIV 22n, 100, 123n, 306n, 374–75, 392, 403, 469n, 471 (see also Smith, William S.), Thirteenth Regiment, XXII 386, XXIII 178n, 179n, 202, 206, 437n, 456, 458n, 469, 508–9, 538, 578, XXIV 78n, 39n, 306n, 458–59n, 469n, 495, 571 (see also Taylor, Timothy), Fourteenth Regiment, XXII 386, XXIII 27–30, 39–40, 81–83, 137–38, 141–42, 206, 249–50, 296, 341–42, 343, 366–67, 375–76, 465–66, 497–98, 499–502, 509, 529–31, 561–64, 564–65, 565, 567, 579, XXIV 10, 19, 21n, 45n, 46, 59–60, 343, 354, 399, 426n, 571, 574n (see also Rice, Nathan), Fifteenth Regiment, XXII 386, XXIII 27–30, 206, 257, 296, 341, 498, 499n, 501n, 501–2n, 509, 514, 531n, 539, 579, XXIV 10, 21n, 45n, 46, 106, 255, 337, 369, 380, 426n, 441, 571, 574n, 575n, (see also Hunewell, Richard), Sixteenth Regiment, XXII 386, XXIII 177, 178n, 341, 499n, 501n, 501–2n, 509, 514, 531n, XXIV 10, 21n, 44–45, 46, 58, 255, 266, 284, 426n, 441–44, 571, 574n (see also Graves, Rufus), uniform for, XXIV 129–32; inspector general, assistant, see Ellery, Abraham, deputy, XXIII 17, 52, 135, 439, XXIV 334, 385–86, 406, 407, 418 (see also Beall, William D., and Ellery, Abraham, and North, William), duties of, XXIII 17, 52, expenses of, XXIV 207–8, extent and duties of Hamilton’s command as, XXII 4–5n, 42, 67, 368, 385, 433n, 482, 506, 521–22, Hamilton as, XXII 42, 67, 195, 368, 406, 409, 555, 575, Hamilton’s appointment as, XXII 19, 29–30, 31, quarters for, XXIV 190, and recruiting, XXIII 29, secretary to, see Brown, Ethan, and How, Thomas Y., uniform for, XXIV 128; inspector of artillery, XXIII 431–32, XXIV 325, 496, 500, 529, 532n, (see also Tousard, Lewis); inspector of fortifications, XXII 416–17, XXIII 397; inspectors, named for specific jobs, XXII 268, ranks of, XXII 359; inspectors (divisions and brigades), XXIII 523, 593, XXIV 58, 96, 154, 172, 182, 206, 243, 269, 296, 301–2, 334, 336, 436–38; inspectors’ dept., XXIV 9; invalid corps, XXIII 433, XXIV 200–1; judge advocates, XXIV 25–30, 58, 87, 174, 319, 343; legislation concerning, XXII 385n, 386n, 387n, 388n, 409–10, 431, 432n, 433–34, 472, 522, 523–24n, 526, 529–30 (see also Congress of the United States: acts of, “An Act to provide for an additional regiment of Artillerists and Engineers” [April 27, 1798] and “An Act authorizing the President of the United States to raise a Provisional Army” [May 28, 1798] and “An Act supplementary to, and to amend the Act, intituled ‘An act authorizing the President of the United States to raise a Provisional Army’” [June 22, 1798] and “An Act to lay and collect a direct tax within the United States” [July 14, 1798] and “An Act to Augment the Army of the United States, and for other purposes” [July 16, 1798] and “An Act giving eventual authority to the President of the United States to augment the Army” [March 2, 1799] and “An Act for the better organizing of the Troops of the United States; and for other purposes” [March 3, 1799]); letters erroneously sent to Hamilton following disbandment of the Additional Army, XXV 7, 10–11, 12, 13, 25–26, 26; lieutenant general, abolishment of title of, XXII 472n; magazines, XXII 243, 245, 249, 351–52, XXIV 347; major generals, XXIII 72, 73, 192, 215, 222–23, 313–14, 394–95, 524, XXIV 238n, 269, 556, rations for, XXIV 209, uniforms for, XXIV 128; maps for, XXIV 408–9; military academy, bills for and reports on, XXIV 307–11, 344–45, 510n, 544–45, 556n, James McHenry on, XXIV 236, 307–11, plans and proposals for, XXII 29, 339, 392, 397, 521, Hamilton’s draft of “An Act for establishing an Academy for Instruction relative to the Military and Naval Service of the United States,” XXIV 306–11; Hamilton’s plan for, XXIV 69–75, 79, 344–45, James McHenry’s proposal for “An Act for establishing an Academy for Instruction relative to the Military and Naval Service of the United States,” XXIV 306–11, proposals to establish, XXIII 247, 596, Lewis Tousard on, XXIV 68–69, Washington on, XXIV 99–100; military pace (or step), Hamilton on, XXIV 151–53, 340–41, 460, 462, 478–79, 531, John F. Hamtramck on, XXIV 598–600, Vicomte de Noailles on, XXIV 473, 513, Charles Cotesworth Pinckney on, XXIV 181–82, 384–85, 406, 429–30, 488, Nathan Rice on, XXIV 416–18, William S. Smith on, XXIV 365–66; military storekeepers, XXIII 16, 105, 206; military supplies for, XXII 40, 65, 163, 166, 175, 200n, 237, 238–39n, 242–43, 248, 262, 264, 352, 389, 520, 563–64, XXIII 15–19, 25, 35, 52, 105, 122, 142–43, 150, 151, 154–55, 161, 166, 177, 184, 186–87, 188, 190, 191, 194, 198–99, 206, 213–14, 217, 249, 262, 283, 308, 320, 322, 326–27, 331–32, 332–33, 338–39, 346, 352, 399, 423–28, 436, 447–54, 475, 495, 596, XXIV 347, 370, 378, 409, 410, 496, 501, 502–3, defects of and proposals for improving system of, Hamilton on, XXIII 423–28, James McHenry on, XXIII 447–54, Hamilton’s “Plan for the providing and issuing of Military Supplies,” XXIII 15–19, 25, William North’s plan for supplies for a regiment, XXIV 421–24, Regulations respecting certain supplies and respecting objects of special and extra expence …, XXIV 326n, Hamilton’s draft of, XXIII 431–36, XXIV 301n, superintendent of, XXII 563, XXIII 11, 16–17, 19, 91–92, 187, 190, 283, 426, 433, 449, XXIV 17, 294, 335, 409 (see also Hodgdon, Samuel), assistants to, XXIII 52, deputy, XXIII 16, 17, 19; minors, enlistment of, XXIII 179, 210, 344n, 465, XXIV 76, 88, 106, 200; money, for equipment, supplies, clothing, recruiting, and pay, XXII 243–44, 248, 346, 383n, 410, 431–32, XXIII 14–15, 17–18, 26–27, 35, 36, 38, 39n, 43, 45, 81, 109, 132, 166, 177, 184, 185, 188, 189, 191, 194–95, 196, 198, 200–1, 206, 212, 216, 220, 229, 232, 250, 253–54, 255, 285, 300, 306–7, 310, 316, 317, 318, 321, 328, 331, 339, 345–46, 352, 359–60, 367, 400, 429, 431, 450, 452–53, 466, 467–68, 471–72, 493, 510, 512, 526, 537, 539, 540–41, 555, 556, 557, 566, 570, 579, 588–89, 590–91, 593, XXIV 1, 20–21, 35–36, 38–39, 45–46, 50–54, 60–61, 77, 97, 205, 219, 222, 300, 336, 383, 384, 399, 410, 456–58, 495–96, 542, 571–72; mulattoes, recruitment of, XXIII 438; music and musicians for, XXII 564–65, XXIII 15, 58–59, 61, 367, 400, 433, XXIV 200, 357, 423, 534, 542; musterrolls and payrolls, XXIII 153–54, 191, 206, 300, 321, 328, 352, 359, 416, 423n, 452, 453, 457, 460, 467, 470, 482, 510, 537, 556, XXIV 21, 45, 50–53, 60–61, 154n, 303, 375–76, 399, 431, 436, 481, 499, 500–1, 518–19, 527–28; and Navy, XXIV 336; officers of, XXII 50, 346, 365, 467, 473, 520, 526, 527, 532–33, 555, 563, XXIV 85, 94–95, 180, 205, 559–60, absent, XXIII 356, 368, 385–89, appointment of, XXII 30–32, 200n, 341–43, 398, 428–30, 486n, 560, 594, XXIII 69–71, 84–85, 99, 247, 251, 259, 296, 347–48, 361–64, 436, 441–43, 461–63, 475–80, 498, 524, appointment, assignment and duties of, XXIII 16–18, 32, 35–36, 39–40, 44, 49–50, 69–71, 72–77, 82–83, 84–85, 94, 99, 101, 105, 134–35, 137–38, 140n, 161, 174, 177, 197, 202–3, 207–8, 210, 211, 213, 259, 364, 541, 580–87, 588, 593, ardent spirits for, XXIV 3, barracks for, XXIII 369–70, commissions for, XXIV 255, expenses of, XXIV 206–8, 333, 471–72, forage for, XXIV 210, 296, 302–3, fuel allowance for, XXIII 377, XXIV 301, general, XXIV 208, 301, 333, 336, list of, XXIV 94–95, nominations of, XXII 379, 397, 409, 421, 472–73, non-commissioned, XXIII 18, 328, 504, 528, XXIV 73, 180, 191, 528, in northern and western U.S., circular to, XXII 479–80, at N.Y. and West Point, circular to, XXII 445, pay and payments to, XXII 42, 58–59, 67–68, 168, 267–69, 347, XXIII 14–15, 18, 26, 50, 132, 306–7, 310, 328, 400, 401, pay and payments to, extra allowances, XXIII 59–61, 162–63, 360–61, 370, 370–71, 431, XXIV 82, 84–85, 93, 94, 172, 205, 209–10, 213–14, 336, 344–45, 349–51, 458, 495, 525–27, 542, payment of postage by, XXIV 206–7, 208, 336, 458, 472, 495, promotions of, XXIII 239, 247–49, 325, 347, 374–75, quarters for, XXIV 190, 301, 336–37, rank, questions concerning (including relative rank), XXIII 63, 77–78, 82–83, 109, 223, 238–39, 247–49, 325, 347–48, 361–64, 374–75, 400, 442, 461–63, 475–80, 495, 498, 501n, 560–64, 588, XXIV 8–9, 23–24, 37, 40–43, 58–60, 62–63, 65, 88, 94–95, 105–6, 171–72, 181, 204–5, 224–25, 242–48, 255, 266, 268–69, 275, 278, 290, 295–96, 330, 335, 338–39, 342–43, 355, 357, 359, 366–67, 369, 372, 381–82, 383–84, 386, rations for, XXIV 209–10, 354, double rations for, XXIV 195, 197–98n, 214, 277, 286, 337, 405n, 432, 462, servants for, XXIII 253, 279, 285, 432–33, 438, XXIV 110–11, 172, 254, 318–19, 331, 471, titles of, XXII 357–58, traveling expenses of, XXIV 205, 206, 210, 333, 336, 458, 471–72, unauthorized expenditures by, XXIV 4–5; ordnance, XXII 67, 245, and fortifications, state of, XXIII 330–31, 382, 426, 430–31; organization, training and arrangement of, lack of uniformity in, XXII 357–58, plans and proposals concerning, XXIII 35–36, 38–39, 51, 52, 72–73, 80–81, 84–85, 104–5, 361–65, 515–22, 523–24, 599–604, rules and regulations concerning, XXII 26–27, 195, 457, 463–65, 562, 565; Oxford, Mass., Hamilton’s farewell to troops at, XXIV 543, 567, 574–85, 587, 590, XXV 3n; pay, Hamilton’s complaints concerning his, XXII 42, 368–69, 372, 406–7; paymaster general, XXIII 17, 150, 153, 154, 359–60, 421–22, 424, 428–29, 452, 453, 456, 460–61, 470, 482, 483, 526, 537, XXIV 21, 37, 45–46, 51–54, 208–9, 271, 275–76, 277, 285, 334, 376, 431–32, 458, 494, 496, 503, 514, 519–20, 520, 520–21, 529 (see also Swan, Caleb, and Williamson, Benjamin), deputy, XXIII 17, 52, 153, 361n, 415–16, 424, 428, 444–45, 452, 453, 456, 460–61, 467, 468, 470, 482, 550, 565, 578, 589, XXIV 8–9, 21, 89, 172, 262, 316, 375–76, 383, 425, 432, 436–37, 499, 501, 503, 514, 515, 518, 519, 520–21, 522, 528, 535, 571–72 (see also Vance, Samuel C., and Williamson, Benjamin), paymasters (regimental), XXII 252, 527, 528n, 530, 536, 580, 581–82, 590–91, 595–96, 597, 598, XXIII 11, 17–18, 26, 28, 35, 38, 40, 43, 45n, 52, 82, 85, 87, 101, 108, 109, 166, 191, 198, 202, 318, 321, 351, 352, 359, 367, 444, 460–61, 466, 468, 472, 510, 527, 537, 539, 578–79, 588–89, XXIV 1, 9, 18, 51, 60, 78n, 89, 99, 225, 233, 262, 271–72, 285–86, 301, 323, 376–77, 425, 436, 441, 442, 443–44, 458, 472, 499, 515, 518, 571, residence of, XXII 538, 542, 586; payment of troops, XXIII 17–18, 45n, 56, 92, 150, 153–54, 160, 188, 191, 195, 198, 206, 216, 220–21, 247, 318, 320, 322, 328, 338, 358–60, 402n, 414, 415–16, 421–23, 428–29, 452–53, 456–57, 466, 472, 482–83, 493, 498, 527, 534, 537, 556, 557, 567, 570, 579, 589, 597, XXIV 4–5, 20, 38–39, 45–46, 50–54, 60, 210–11, 233, 262, 323, 376, 457, 458, 482n, 494, 496, 498, 498–99, 499, 500–1, 503–4, 506, 513–14, 515, 518–19, 522, 527–28, 528–29, 541, 542–43, 547, 588, 589, method of and legislation concerning, XXII 522–23, 567; physician general, see Craik, James; plans and proposals for raising and organizing of, Hamilton on, XXII 86, 221, 389–90, 393–94, 409, 416–17, 417–18, 421, 431–32, 519–20, 542–47, 556–57, 581–83, 589–90, 590–92, 595–96, James McHenry on, XXII 66–68, 239–44, 455–56, 529–30, 560–66, Harrison Gray Otis on, XXII 381, Timothy Pickering on, XXII 148–49, Charles Cotesworth Pinckney and Hamilton on, XXII 233n, 236n, 244–46, 267–69, 341–53, 355–56, Washington on, XXII 237–38, 247–48, 353–54; police of, plans for, XXIV 82, 83, 84–85, 86, 117, 334; promotions in, XXIII 63, 78–79, 192, 210, 238–39, 247–49, 257, 296, 347–48, 361–64, 374–75, 441–43, XXIV 543–44, 567, rules concerning, XXII 359, “Rules … adopted by the President of the United States relative to Rank and promotion in the Army,” XXIII 238–39, Hamilton on, XXIII 247–48, James McHenry on, XXIII 374–75; Provisional Army, XXII 4–5, 9, 30, 32, 243, 276n, 364, 381, 384, 387, 389–90, 394, 409, 416, 417–18, 421, 423, 453, XXIII 99, 140, 223, 561, XXIV 238n, XXVII 15; public works, soldiers employed on, XXIV 230–32; punishment in, XXIV 134, 165–66, 370–71; purveyor of public supplies, XXII 562–63, XXIII 52, 325–26, 331–32, 426, 448–49n, 451, 452, XXIV 409, 510, 552–55, 563–64 (see also Francis, Tench, and Whelen, Israel), assistants to, XXIII 52, 277, 325–26, 331–32; quartermaster general, XXII 351, 364–65, 563, 564, 587, 595, XXIII 11, 16, 17, 19, 25, 26, 52, 116, 190, 256n, 268, 313, 327, 330–32, 352–53, 358, 426, 435–36, 449, 451–52, 453–54, 483, 523, 536–37, 575, 590, XXIV 13–14, 57, 156, 190, 249, 269, 290, 301, 335, 377, 378, 404–5, 409, 411, 414–15, 468n, 561–62, 594, (see also Hodgdon, Samuel, and O’Hara, James, and Wilkins, John, Jr.), assistants, XXIV 156, 190, 304, 378, 414 (see also Miller, James), candidates for, XXII 19, deputies, XXIII 16–17, 19, 52, 256, 330–32, 382, 435–36, 453, 523, 575, XXIV 90, 239, 249, 266, 267, 335, 377, 378, 395, 408–10, 415, 416, 421, 545 (see also Craig, Isaac, and Ogden, Aaron), uniform for, XXIV 128; quartermasters (brigades, divisions, regiments), XXII 268, 527, 530, 536, 564, 580, 581–82, 587, XXIII 17, 18, 31, 40, 81, 84, 85, 101, 108, 142, 161, 166, 206, 211, 214, 217, 237, 247, 312n, 509, 523–24, 539, XXIV 60, 89, 98, 182, 190, 225, 243, 266, 269, 290, 297n, 335, 377, 384, 396, 406, 414–15, 437, 441–43, 534, 542; quartermaster stores, XXIII 16, 237, 451–52, 550–51, 552, XXIV 162–63, 191, 377, 404–5, 409–10, 411n, 414–15, 426, 432–33, 443; quarters for, XXIII 214, 369–70, 434, XXIV 45, 408–9; rations and provisions for, XXII 200n, 238–39n, 242, 349–52, 361–63, 462, 561, 565, 596, XXIII 10, 16–19, 95, 103, 113n, 116, 130, 186, 189, 214, 225, 232, 237, 262, 268, 272–73, 311, 313–14, 315–16, 320, 328, 372, 423, 425–27, 434, 438, 471, 489–90, 589, 591n, 592, XXIV 3, 14–15, 45, 60–61, 106–7, 162, 172, 195, 197–98n, 208–10, 214, 227, 254, 277, 285–86, 323, 330, 337, 376, 454, 455, 462, 519, 522, 547; recruiting, delay in, XXII 425, 453, 470, 471, 482, 507–8, districts, XXII 242, 245, 466, 494, 549, 556, XXIII 28–30, 66, 81–83, 111, 130, 137–38, instructions concerning, XXII 51–56, 372, 397–98, 460–61, 484–85, 520, 526, 530, 542–47, 552, 564–65, 588, 596–600, XXIII 4, 15, 27, 105, 106–7, 112–13, 168, 171, 212, 375–76, 400, 438, 473–74, 505, 525; recruiting service, XXII 42, 55n, 63, 67, 166n, 200n, 238n, 242, 347, 348–49, 368, 372, 385, 406, 409, 459–62, 472, 484–85, 486, 506, 520, 521–22, 549, 556, 561, 563, 564, 580, 581, 583–84, 587, 588, 589–90, 591, 593–94, 595–96, 596–600, XXIII 7, 11, 15, 27, 27–28, 28–30, 31, 36, 39n, 40–41, 43, 50n, 58–59, 61, 82–83, 88, 98, 105, 106, 109, 132, 137–38, 141–42, 154, 155, 161, 168, 171, 174, 176, 177, 180, 181, 184, 185, 188, 189, 191, 191–92, 194, 196, 201, 202, 211–12, 222, 224, 229, 250, 255–56, 282, 284, 307, 317, 329, 335, 336, 339, 342, 345, 345–46, 360, 389, 400, 401n, 465, 474–75, 493, 501, 506, 507, 537, 552, 553, XXIV 3, 17, 35–36, 44–45, 50, 75, 88, 97, 100, 166–67, 180, 282, 285, 287, 296, 316, 335, 336, 444, 457, 459n, 461, 480, 495, 520–21, 533, 535, 563, and bounties for recruits, XXII 53, 55, 587, 595, 597, XXIII 17, 18, 184, 185, 194–95, 196, 198, 206, 216, 219, 310, 318, 328–29, 360, 367, 467–68, 512, 540–41, 593, XXIV 38–39, 219–20, 222, 300, 403, 458, 519–20, 520–21, 522, 535, 541, instructions concerning, Rules and Regulations Respecting the Recruiting Service, XXII 52–56, 369n, 373n, 398n, 460n, 527n, 531n, 542–47n, 554n, XXIII 106n, 107n, 154n, 168n, 169–70, 179n, 200, 201n, 221, 375, 376n, 400n, 438n, 505n, XXIV 166n, 286n, 472n, suspension of, XXIV 202, 282, 300, 315–16, 335, 342–43, 379, 405, 407–8, 434, 435, 480, 563; Regular Army (or Old Establishment), XXII 249n, 384–86, 389–90, 409, 563, XXIII 33n, 34, 45n, 78–79, 112–13, 238, 356, 368, 391, 403–4, 468, 503, 515–22, 523, 527, 534–37, 540–41, 602, and disbandment of Additional Army, XXIV 219–20, 236, 275, 290, 295–96, 300–1, 316, 335, 498, 500, 521, 533, 541, 547, Hamilton’s plan for disposition of the four regiments of the permanent establishment, XXIII 515–22, pay of, XXIV 1, transfer of officers in, XXIV 39–43, 62, 65; reserved forces, XXIII 404, 406, 417–18, 516, 517–19, 522, 535, 536, 592, 597; resignations, XXIV 284, 329, 337, 343, 353, 354, 355, 359, 380, 382–83, 386–87, 398, 419, 431, 474, 481; returns, XXII 241–42, 243n, 247–48, 520, 562, 563; riflemen, XXII 244–45, 364, 387, 389, XXIII 134–35; routine correspondence concerning, XXII 601–12, XXIII 605–94, XXIV 603–76; sappers and miners, XXIII 288; seaboard garrison, XXII 242, 248, 348, 385, 456, 457, 463, 565, XXIII 150, 156, 165–66, 167–68, 185–86, 213n, 261, 262, 285, 353, XXIV 325, 333; servants in, XXIII 246, 253, 279, 285, 432–33, 438, for officers, XXIV 110–11, 172, 254, 318–19, 331, 376–77, 471; sick in, and disbandment, XXIV 545, 589–90; smallpox in, XXIV 160–61; stationery for, XXIV 421, 424, 459n, 472, 495; straw for, XXIII 130, 212–13, 279, 297–98, 353, 365, 469, XXIV 409, 421–22, 424; supplies, organization for, XXIV 409–10; surgeons and surgeon mates, XXIII 138, 161, 201, 221–22, 290, 373, 436, 451, 457, 538, XXIV 180, 244, 245, 246, 248, 284, 343, 430, 462, 482n, 545, XXV 13–14, 151; swords for, XXIV 43, 49, 133, 423; tactics, system of, XXIII 153, 208, 215, 240, 400, 475, 503, XXIV 81–82, 83–84, 334, 340, 531, Hamilton on, XXII 42, 67, 195, 368, 406, 409, plans and proposals for, Hamilton on, XXIV 82, 84–85, 86, 117, Baron von Steuben’s and Hamilton’s “Elements of the Tactics of the Infantry,” XXIV 142–53; tents for, XXIII 258, 284–85, 322, 349, 366, 399, 539, XXIV 45, 160–61, 190–91, 336, 409, 421, 423–24, 476, 489; and threat of French attack, XXII 344–46, 386, 440–41; traitors, XXIV 134; transportation of stores and supplies, XXIV 44–45, 235, 301, 409, 495, 502–3; troops, summer employment for, XXIV 230–32; uniforms, XXII 245–46, 359–61, 568, XXIII 92n, 99, 113–14, 122–23, 126, 133, 140–46, 189, 217, 250, 256–57n, 263, 294–95, 317, 408, 526, XXIV 57–58, 61, 95, 126–33, 196, 496, Hamilton’s “regulations which it is proposed to establish relative to the uniform of the troops,” XXIV 61, Hamilton’s “Uniform for the Army of the United States,” XXIV 126–33; Union Camp, Scotch Plains, N.J., Hamilton’s visit to troops at, XXIV 468, 469n, 476, 477, 479, 489, 497, 502, 504, 505, 517n, 520, 530–31n; vacancies in, XXIII 211, 373–74, 385–89, XXIV 284, 289–90, 320, 327, 342–43, 496, 532n, 547, circular concerning, XXIII 129–30, filling of, XXIII 129–30, 138, 142, 239, 248, 251n, 325, 361–64, 367, 441–43, 461–63, 475–80, 498; Volunteer Corps, XXII 44, 416, 463, XXIII 149, 602, XXIV 114, 560–61, XXVII 18–19, legislation authorizing, XXII 46n, 388, in N.Y., XXII 163–64, 169–70, 177, in Pa., XXII 283, 388, XXVII 18, and Washington’s funeral, XXIV 114; wagons for, XXIII 312, 339; Washington as commander of, XXII 347n, 468, 471–72, 479, 534–35; and Washington’s funeral honors, XXIV 107, 111–13, 114, 119–22, 124, 125, 158; Western Army, XXII 241, 245, 247–48, 347–49, 385, 436–38, 462–63, 477–79, 482, 506, XXIV 1n, 16n, 17–19, 53, 77, 84, 85–86, 89, 90, 109, 110, 179–80, 181–82, 203n, 224–25, 242–48, 261–63, 269, 295–96, 335, 409, 558, 570, XXV 221, condition and distribution of, XXIII 6, 72–73, 79–80, 84–85, 102–3, 104–5, 119, 127–29, 131–32, 136, 139, 157–58, 158–59, 177, 186, 190, 209, 219, 230–32, 303, 338, 348, 364–65, 373–74, 377–93, 402–7, 417–20, 491–92, 510, 515–22, 524, 534–37, 549–50, 580–87, 591–98, galleys for, XXII 85, 90–91, 115n, 331, 596, and Indians, XXIII 90, 124–25, 131–32, 157–58, 535, 598, martial law at Detroit, XXIII 32–33, 37, 38, 64, 79, 127–28, paymaster for, XXIII 445n, quartermaster general for, XXIII 330–32, relations with Spain, XXIV 3–4n, 144, 303, 383, 406–7, 417, 517–19, 597–98, supply of, XXIII 262, 285, 303, 315, 316, 323, 331, 334, 337, 357–58, 408n (see also Detroit and Hamtramck, John F., and Loftus Heights and Massac and Niagara and Wilkinson, James); winter quarters for, XXIII 261–62, 268, 273, 311–12, 335, 340–41, 341–42, 345, 366, 430, 437n, 446, 458–59, 464–65, 466, 469, 470n, 480, 484, 499–502, 508–9, 511, 512–13, 513–14, 514, 523, 525, 529–31, 538, 542–43, 548–49, 552, 555, 568–70, 571–72, 577–78, XXIV 10n, 15–16, 21n, 42–45, 50n, 97, 100, 127, 181–82, 306n, 380n, 561–62, huts for, XXIII 311–12, 341, 459, 464, 480, 484, 493–94, 499–502, 514–15, 529–30, 542–43, 550–51, 552, 564–65, 568–70, 571–72, 572, 573, 577; Oliver Wolcott, Jr., on, XXIII 98, 100–1n, 223–24; women in, rations for, XXIV 3n, 17; wood (for fuel, barracks, and huts), XXIII 130, 212–13, 279, 297–98, 311–12, 333, 340, 341, 346, 353, 355n, 365, 370, 434, 458, 469, 480, 529, 542–43, 550–51, 564, XXIV 3n, 30, 162, 191, 221, 253–54, 285–86, 291, 293–94, 301, 321, 401, 429. See also Hamilton, Alexander, and individual forts and Militia and Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth and Ports and harbors, fortification of, and Washington, George
—— (peacetime, 1800–1804): adjutant general, XXV 159, 169 (see also North, William); Artillery, inspector of, XXV 28, 65–66, XXVI 54n (see also Tousard, Lewis); Cavalry, manual for, XXV 27; Hamilton’s recommendations for appointments in and requests to Hamilton for appointments in, XXV 12, 53, 61, 61–62; and Indians, XXVI 165; inspector of, see Cushing, Thomas H.; Jefferson on (1801), XXV 446, 447; under Jefferson (1801), XXVI 14–15n; and La., XXVI 84, 164–67; legislation concerning, see Congress of the United States: acts of, “An Act to suspend in part, an act, intituled ‘An act to augment the Army of the United States; and for other purposes’” (February 20, 1800) and “An Act supplementary to the act to suspend part of an act, intituled ‘An act to augment the Army of the United States; and for other purposes’” (May 14, 1800); promotion in, Hamilton on rules for, XXV 43–44; request to Hamilton for assistance in securing back pay, XXV 330; request to Hamilton from Thomas H. Cushing for information on, XXV 396; requests to Hamilton from James Wilkinson for information on, XXV 45–48, 65–66, 159–63, 169, 396; Secretary of War (Samuel Dexter), Hamilton’s advice to, XXV 13, 43–45; standing, Hamilton on, XXV 364–65, Republican opposition to, XXV 350n, 357, 378; Western Army, XXV 4, 45–48, 49–50, 159–60 (see also Wilkinson, James); West Point, riot at, XXV 10–11, 14–15, 44–45
United States banker at Antwerp, see Wolf, Charles John Michael de
United States banker in Paris, see Grand, Ferdinand
United States bankers in Amsterdam, see Hubbard, Nicholas, and Van Staphorst, Jacob, and Van Staphorst, Nicholaas, and Willink, Wilhem and Jan
United States banks, see Bank of Maryland and Bank of New York and Bank of North America and Bank of the United States and Massachusetts Bank
United States boundaries: defense of, XVIII 240–41, (1799) XXIII 46–48, 378–92, 402–7, 417–20; and Jay Treaty, XVIII 410–11, XX 81n, 255–57, 260–61, 310, Hamilton on, XIX 92, 94, 117, 164, 166–67, 171, 207, 208, 223, 237–44, 253, XX 14, 29, 31; in Northeast, British-American views on (1790), XXVI 527, 532–33; need for settlement of, in Northwest (1802), XXVI 5; and negotiations with Indians, in Northwest, XIV 91n, 140n, in S. W., XIV 490–94; and preliminary Treaty of Paris (1782–1783), III 350n, 370, 459; survey of (1799), XXIII 34, 38, 69n, 93, 103–4, 115, 145, 230, 475, XXIV 178n (see also Surveyor General of the United States); survey of Miss. Territory (1802–1803), XXVI 166n; and Treaty of Paris (1783), X 493–95n, 494, XII 203; and U.S. relations with Indians (1800), XXIV 358. See also Jay Treaty and Treaty of Paris (1783)
The [Providence, R.I.] United States Chronicle, IX 449n, XXVI 540n
United States civil list: (1789) V 379–88, 397–98, (1789–1794) XVII 465–535, 548–49, (1790) VI 129–37, 280–82, 525–42, (1791) VII 416–17, XIII 42–114, (1792) IX 458–75, XIV 65–67, 68–79, 93–133, 282, 283–85, XV 475–545, (1793) XIII 29–30, 118–47, (1794), XV 551–81 XVI 6; reduction of, Hamilton on in “The Examination” (1802), XXV 503–4, 590, Jefferson on in First Annual Message, XXV 446–47n, 503–4, 590
United States Congress, see Congress of the United States
United States Constitution, see Constitution (U.S.)
United States courts, see Judiciary and Supreme Court and United States District judges
United States customs service: and arming of vessels (1793), XV 144; customhouses (ports of entry), IX 180, at Bermuda Hundred, Va., desirability of continuing, XI 493, defaults at, VIII 268, Hamilton on returns from in report to Senate (1794), XVI 9–10, Hudson, N.Y., made port of entry, XX 1–2, proposed on Lake Champlain, XIV 534, proposed at Loftus Heights, XXIII 541, 590, receipts of, VIII 199, returns of, VIII 39, tour of inspection of by Benjamin Walker, XVI 574; customs officers, appointments, VI 262, 462, 466, 519, 564, duties of, XI 526–27, duties and accounts of, VIII 346, 347, 350–52, 359–60, 387–88, 449, 457–58, 481–82, 496–97, 499–501, 553–54, Hamilton on duties of, VIII 499–501, William Heth on duties of, VIII 481–82, 523–25, pay and fees of, VI 395, XI 63n, XIV 157–58, 282–83, Hamilton’s report on pay and fees of (1792), XI 232–38; expenses of, X 516; and exports, Hamilton on (1792), XI 134; Hamilton on, in “Opinion on the Constitutionality of an Act to Establish a Bank,” VIII 86; legislation concerning, duties on distilled spirits, Hamilton’s explanation of (1791), VIII 365–82, duties on teas and wines, Hamilton’s explanation of (1791), VIII 383–87, Hamilton’s “Report on Defects in Existing Laws of Revenue” (1790), VI 373–97; need for public wharfs and customhouses at ports of entry, VIII 36–37; regulations concerning, difficulty of enforcing through informers, IX 309, Hamilton on, (1789) VI 30–31, (1790) VIII 373–87, (1791) IX 15–17, 222–23, (1792) XI 19–20, 42–43, 263, XII 46–56, 57–62, 69–77, 547–48, (1795) XVIII 218–19, 223–24, questions on, VI 36, request for information on, (1789) VI 36, (1793) XV 154–55; and surplus revenues, XIV 51. See also Collectors of the customs and Congress of the United States: acts of, and Duties and Inspectors of customs and Naval officers and Revenue cutters and Ship registers and registration and Ships (merchant) and Surveyors of the ports
United States diplomatic service: Hamilton on (1802), XXV 504–8; Jefferson on (1801), XXV 446. See also France: U.S. Minister to, and Great Britain: U.S. Minister to, and Netherlands: U.S. Minister to, and Spain: U.S. Minister to
United States District attorneys: for Conn., see Pierpont, Edwards; for Del., see Read, George; for Ga., see McAllister, Matthew; for Ky., see Daveiss, Joseph H., and Nicholas, George; for Mass., see Davis, John, and Gore, Christopher, and Otis, Harrison Gray; for Md., see Hollingsworth, Zebulon, and Potts, Richard; for Me., see Lithgow, William, Jr.; in N.C., see Hill, William; need to fill office in Ky., XVIII 180; in N.H., see Sherburne, Samuel, and Smith, Jeremiah; in N.J., see Ogden, Abraham; in N.Y., see Harison, Richard; in Pa., see Lewis, William, and Rawle, William; pay of, IX 483–84, X 481, XIV 158; and prize ships, XVI 200–3n; in R.I., see Channing, William, and Greene, Ray; in S.C., see Parker, Thomas, and Pringle, John, Jr., and Rutledge, Edward; and U.S. neutrality (1793), XV 178–80, 260–61, 381; in Va., see Campbell, Alexander, and Nelson, William, Jr.; vacancy of office in R.I. and candidates, for, XV 402, 403, 447–48, 458–59; and violations of neutrality proclamation, XIV 412–14n, 423; in Vt., see Jacobs, Stephen, and Marsh, Amos
United States District judges: for Conn., see Law, Richard; for Del., see Bedford, Gunning, Jr.; duties of, proposed change in (1802), XXV 522n, 527; for Ga., see Pendleton, Nathaniel; for Ky., see Innes, Harry; for Mass., see Lowell, John; for Md., see Johnson, Thomas, and Paca, William; for Me., see Sewall, David; for N.C., see Sitgreaves, John, and Stokes, John; for N.H., see Pickering, John, and Sullivan, John; for N.J., see Brearley, David, and Morris, Robert; for N.Y., see Duane, James, and Hobart, John Sloss, and Laurance, John, and Troup, Robert; for Pa., see Hopkinson, Francis, and Lewis, William, and Peters, Richard; pay of, XV 556; for R.I., see Bourne, Benjamin, and Marchant, Henry; for S.C., see Bee, Thomas, and Drayton, William; for Southwest Territory, see McNairy, John; for Va., see Griffin, Cyrus; for Vt., see Chipman, Nathaniel, and Hitchcock, Samuel
United States Government: accounts of, (1789–1792) XIII 267–70, (1790) XII 468, (1790–1793) XVII 488–556, (1791) XIII 29–30, 34–114, (1792) XIII 463–66, 490–501, 510, XV 320, 469–71, 475–545, (through 1792) XIV 65–67, 68–79, 93–133, 282, 283–85, (1793) XVII 486–563, (through 1793) XVI 165–81, (1794) XVII 416, 463–64; estimates of expenditures and receipts, (1789) V 379–88, (1789–1791) XI 7–8, (1790) VI 129–37, 280–82, 525–42, (1791) VII 416–17, (1792) IX 458–75, XI 275–79, (1793) XIII 118–47, XIV 160–64, 282, 283–85, (1794) XV 522–81, XVII 463–64, (through April, 1794) XVI 3–6; problems concerning receipts and expenditures, IX 141. See also Public credit and public debt
United States Government seal: Hamilton’s proposed design for (1796), XX 208–9
United States House of Representatives, see House of Representatives
The United States in Congress Assembled, see Congress (under Articles of Confederation, 1781–1788)
United States Marine Corps: first commandant of, see Burrows, William Ward; and Fries’s Rebellion, XXIII 411; plans for recruitment (1800), XXIV 530–31; relationship to Navy (1799), XXIV 34
United States marshals: for the District, of Conn., see Bradley, Philip B., of Del., see McLane, Allen, of Ga., see Forsyth, Robert, and Glascock, Thomas, of Ky., see McDowell, Samuel, Jr., of Mass., see Bradford, Samuel, and Brooks, John, and Jackson, Jonathan, of Md., see Graybell, Jacob, and Ramsay, Nathaniel, of Me., see Dearborn, Henry, and Hobby, John, and Jackson, Jonathan, and Parker, Isaac, of N.C., payments to, XI 278 (see also Skinner, John), of N.H., see Parker, John, and Rogers, Nathaniel, of N.J., see Lowrey, Thomas, of N.Y., see Clarkson, Matthew, and Giles, Aquila, and Smith, William S., and Swartwout, John, of Pa., and Fries’s Rebellion, XXII 531, 584 (see also Biddle, Clement, and Lenox, David, and Nichols, William), of R.I., see Peck, William, of S.C., and Thomas Nash case, XXIV 64 (see also Huger, Isaac), of Va., payments to, XI 278 (see also Carrington, Edward, and Randolph, David Meade), of Vt., see Morris, Lewis R.; and enforcement of customs regulations, XXIV 339, 353; expenses, X 481; fees of, XI 63n; pay, arrangements for, XV 53, for work in taking census (1790), XV 535–36, XVII 540; and proceeds from forfeited vessels and goods, XI 496, 497–98
United States Mint, see Mint
United States Navy (during American Revolution), see American Revolution and Continental Navy
United States Navy (1783–1804): academy for, Hamilton on, (1798) XXI 486, (1799) XXIV 71–73, (1800) XXIV 306–11, Lewis Tousard on (1799), XXIV 67; agents for, see Naval agents; appropriations for (1800), XXIV 236; education of children of members of, Hamilton on, XXIII 433; expansion of, Hamilton on (1800), XXIV 169, Hamilton on need for (1797), XX 546, House of Representatives resolution concerning, XV 679n, legislation concerning, see Congress of the United States: acts of, “An Act making alterations in the Treasury and War Departments” (May 8, 1792), and “An Act to provide a Naval Armament” (March 27, 1794) and “An Act supplementary to an act entitled ‘An act to provide a Naval Armament’” (April 20, 1796) and “An Act providing a Naval Armament” (July 1, 1797) and “An Act to provide an additional Armament for the further protection of the trade of the United States; and for other purposes” (April 27, 1798) and “An Act supplementary to the act intituled ‘An act to provide an additional Armament for the further protection of the trade of the United States, and for other purposes’” (June 30, 1798) and “An Act to make a further appropriation for the additional Naval Armament” (July 16, 1798) and “An Act for the augmentation of the Navy” (February 25, 1799), opposition to (1798), XXI 411–12n; expenses of (1791–1793), XVIII 57, 81, 82, 144; frigates, construction of, XVII 1, 92, 115–16, 247, 311–12, 339, 425, 434, 437, 452–59, 461–75, 574–75, 578–79, XVIII 162, XX 227–28, 243, 244n, 473–74n, XXI 39, 101, 106–7, 342–43, 352n, 362, 365, 375, 376, 459, appointment of Tench Coxe as procurer of materials and supplies for, XVI 241n, appropriations for, legislation concerning, see Congress of the United States; acts of, “An Act making appropriations for certain purposes therein expressed” (June 9, 1794) and “An Act making appropriations for the Military and Naval establishments for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-seven” (March 3, 1797), appointment of Tench Coxe Congress on (1794–1797), XX 473–74n, contracts and contractors for, see Coxe, Tench: supervision of procurement of military and Indian supplies and naval armament, history of construction, XVI 306–8n, XX 473–74n, instructions concerning, XVI 304–5, location of sites for, XVI 304, materials and supplies for, (1794) XVI 316, 386, 406, 450, 455, 494, 516, 524–25, 526, 527–29, 530, 533, 536, 538, 540, 543, 544, 565–66, 566–67, 568–69, 581, 582, 582–83, 586, 596, XVII 80, 92, 115–16, 117, 247, 259–60, 297, 339, 375, 429, 447, 452–59, 461, 466–75, 480, 568–69, 572, 574–75, 578, (1798) XXII 229, 243n, (1799) XXIII 554; Hamilton on, (1801) XXV 378–79, 466–67, 518–19, (1802) XXVI 14, (1803) XXVI 84; Hamilton’s proposals concerning (1799), XXIII 227, 295–96, 602; Hamilton’s request for changes in methods of procurement for, XVII 416; Hamilton’s support of, as Secretary of the Treasury, XXV 595; and Robert Hamilton (1798), XXII 60–61, 152, 162, 168–69, 171, 173, 206, 209, 217, 218–19; as an issue in presidential election (1800–1801), XXV 272–73, 281, 288, 292, 295; Jefferson on (1800–1801), XXV 379, 446–48, 518–19; and John Paul Jones, XIII 107–8; and Lake Erie, James Wilkinson on (1799), XXIII 381; James McHenry on John Adams’s view of (1799), XXIII 223; and Marine Corps (1799), XXIV 34; naval armament, contracts and contractors for, XVIII 1 (see also Coxe, Tench: supervision of procurement of military and Indian supplies and naval armament), end of Tench Coxe’s responsibility for, XVII 573, XVIII 1–2, 4, supplies for, XVI 304–6, XXI 351–52; navy yard, XVI 568n, proposed (1796–1797), XX 455; officers of, XXI 80n, 460n, 494, dispute over relative rank of, XXII 168–69, 418–20, 468, XXIII 96–97, 116–17, 274–75, 295–96, XXVI 22n (see also Dale, Richard, and Talbot, Silas, and Truxton, Thomas), pamphlet on smallpox for (1799), XXIV 85; opposition to (1801), of Federalists, XXV 380n, of Republicans, XXV 378–79, 381n; peacetime establishment, (1783) III 323n, 382–83n, Robert Morris’s proposals for, III 328–29, (1801) legislation concerning, see Congress of the United States: acts of, “An Act providing for a Naval peace establishment, and for other purposes” (March 3, 1801); preparations for war with Great Britain (1794), legislation concerning, see Congress of the United States: acts of, “An Act to provide a Naval Armament” (March 27, 1794); proposals concerning development of, for possible war with France (1797–1798), XXI 23n, 37–40, 69–70, 73, 82–84, 343–44, 362, 365–66, 376–77, 386–87, 438, 461–63, 464, 486; and purveyor of public supplies, XXIII 227, 448n; rearmament of, and Algerines, see Algiers: U.S. naval preparations, and Barbary States: and American shipping; role of in Quasi-War, Hamilton on, XXII 440–41, James McHenry and Benjamin Stoddert on, XXIII 201; strength of (1803), XXVI 84n; supplies for, legislation concerning, see Congress of the United States: acts of, “An Act to establish the Office of Purveyor of Public Supplies” (February 23, 1795) and “An Act to alter and amend the several acts for the establishment and regulation of the Treasury, War and Navy Departments” (July 16, 1798); Thomas Truxton’s explanation of his resignation from, XXV 577–80; vacancies in, legislation concerning, see Congress of the United States: acts of, “An Act authorizing the President of the United States to fill certain vacancies in the Army and Navy” (March 3, 1799); Washington on in Eighth Annual Address (1796), XX 381, 394, Hamilton’s proposals for Washington’s address, XX 385–86, 408; and western rivers, James Wilkinson on, XXIII 384
United States Senate, see Senate
United States Supreme Court, see Supreme Court
United States Surveyor General, see Surveyor General of the United States
United States v Christopher Backhouse, VIII 275–76n
The United States v The Brig Rainbow her tackle, apparel and furniture Joachim L. Steinbach of the City of New York Claimant: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 337n
United States v Brigantine Seven Brothers, IX 95
The United States v The Brigantine Triton, John and William Howland, Claimants: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 602n
United States v Joseph Finch, IX 95
United States v Goods in the Sloop Friendship John, XIII 160n
United States v John Hopkins, XIV 358n
United States v Hylton: and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 40, 41n
United States v Eleanor McDonald, XVI 392
United States v Preserved Pierce, Jr., XVIII 258n
United States v Porter, XVIII 350n
United States v Henry Rust Master of the Brigantine Columbia, XIII 161n
United States v Schooner Hawke, XVII 217n
United States v Schooner Peggy, Joseph Buisson, claimant: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 430n, 585n, XXVI 1n, 30n
The United States v The Ship Liberty: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 77n
The United States v The Ship Two Marys: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 77n
United States v Stewart, XVII 351n
The United States v Three Hundred Casks of Porter, Joshua Waddington, Claimant: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 602n
The United States v Jonathan Williams, XXVI 649n
United States v Wright, XVIII 351n
University of Pennsylvania, XII 198n
University of the State of N.Y., Regents of, III 564n, VII 377n, XXV 20n; founding of, III 565n; and founding of Union College, XVIII 187n; grant by, to Columbia College, III 655; grants by, to Columbia and Union Colleges, XXV 581, 586; meetings and membership of (1784), XXVI 10n, 453–54, 804; proposal for a university, IV 92–93, 124
Updike, Daniel: North Kingston, R.I., lawyer and attorney general, R.I., VI 470, 482–83, 483n, 498; payment for delivering R.I. electoral votes (1792), XIV 161, XVII 541
Updike, Daniel Eldridge (cousin of Daniel Updike): merchant and surveyor of customs, North Kingston, R.I., VI 470, 482–83, 483n, 498, 554, VIII 441n, and customs regulations, IX 6, 111, 223, 224n
Upham, Charles W.: The Life of Timothy Pickering, XVIII 528n. See also Pickering, Octavius
Upper Canada, XXIII 379n; lieutenant governor of, see Hunter, Peter, and Simcoe, John Graves; and U.S.-Canadian relations with Indians, XIV 9n, 12
Upper Merion, Pa.: in American Revolution, I 496n
Upper Mississippi Company: and Yazoo land sales, XIX 310n
Upton, Clotworthy (son of Lord Templetown): land speculation in N.Y., and Hamilton’s law practice, III 624n, 638
Upton, Francis (son of Lord Templetown): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 34, 623–24, 638, 651, 673, 698
Upton, Sophia (daughter of Lord Templetown): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 624n, 638
Urbana, Va.: surveyor of customs at, accounts of, XI 235
Urquijo, Mariano Luis de: Spanish Minister of State, XXIV 305n
Urtubie de Rogicourt, see Durtubisse
Usher, Aaron: shipmaster, and customs regulations, XIV 293–94, 512
Usher, George D.: mate, brig Ruth, and customs regulations, VIII 30, 37–38, 333, IX 119, 283, XIV 204, XXVI 600
Usher, Hezekiah (brother of George D. Usher): capt., brig Ruth, and customs regulations, VIII 30, 37–38, 333, IX 119, 283, XIV 204, XXVI 600
Ustick, Thomas: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 104, 108, XXIII 608, 610
Usury: Hamilton on, in “Report on the Bank,” VII 242–43, 264, 265–67, 310, 311–12, 320; Robert Morris on, VII 242–43
Utica, N.Y.: and Cosby Manor, XIX 200n; and land grant to Baron von Steuben, IX 413n, X 501n, XI 3n, XVI 204n; settlement of, XXVI 511n
Utrecht, —— de, see Uechritz, Louis Augustus, baron de
Utrecht, Treaty of (1713), IV 184n, 315n, XIX 172, 219–20, 238n, 385n, 386, 387, XX 428–29, XXV 164n, 165
Utrecht, Union of, IV 392
Uxbridge, Mass.: and Army (Quasi-War), XXII 349, 462, XXIII 109, 261, 273, 341, 458, 469, 480, 501–2n, XXIV 503
Uxbridge Packet (sloop): and customs regulations, XII 206