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“C”: article attributed to Hamilton, XI 530, XIII 33
Cabals: safeguards against in Constitution, Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 603, 630–31, 634, 641, 660, in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 42, 72
Cabell, Nicholas: member, Va. House of Delegates, XXII 424n
Cabinet (U.S.): dissension among members of, in Washington’s administration, XII 276–77, 278n, 341n, 347–50; Hamilton’s opposition to concept of, in The Federalist, IV 625; meetings of and opinions on, arming foreign vessels in U.S. ports and arrival of such vessels in U.S. ports, XV 87, 110–16, 139–42, 144, 163–64, 168–69, 169–70, call for volunteers in Ky. for campaign against Indians, XVI 407, case of the Little Sarah, XV 70–71, commercial treaty with France, XIII 408–10, communication from Spanish commissioners, XV 7, drafting Pa. militia, XVI 426–27, embargo, XVI 198, 220, 235, expedition from Ky. against Spanish possessions, XVI 136–37, 162–63, French consul at Boston, XV 314–16, French privateers, XIV 452–54, 534–35, 538, XV 2–3, 181–83, Edmond Charles Genet, XV 157, 159–60, 647, giving money to indigent of Santo Domingo, XVI 309, George Hammond’s memorials, XIV 452–54, 534–35, need to convene Congress on rules concerning neutrals, XV 175, 194–95, oath of President-elect, XIV 169–70, 176, opening of Miss. River to British, XII 2–3n, proclamation of neutrality, XIV 328, proposed rules governing belligerents, XV 168–69, receiving French Minister, XIV 328, 367–96, 398–408, relations with Great Britain and France, XV 445–46, relations with Indians, XIV 13n, 140, 142–43, 227–28, 490–95, 507–8, restoring Conyngham and Pilgrim to British, XVI 200, rules of departure of ships of belligerent nations, XVI 485, sending to Senate dispatches of Gouverneur Morris, XV 666–67, submission of Thomas Pinckney’s letter to Congress, XVI 330–31, U.S. debt to France, XIII 478n, XIV 141, 184, XVI 142, U.S. relations with European nations, XV 381–82, Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 9–13, 19n, writing to King of Prussia concerning Marquis de Lafayette, XV 637–38
Cabinets: manufacture of, in Conn., IX 339–40, in Providence, R.I., IX 448
Cabinetwares: duty on, X 16–17n, proposed, X 45, XI 145, XXVI 516, 645; manufacture of, X 170, 206, 283, 320
Cable, Thomas: report on petition of, XIII 259–61
Cables: duty on, VIII 390; manufacture of, X 170, 283
Cabo Gracias a Dios: and exploration of South America, III 716
Cabot, Andrew (brother of George and John Cabot): Mass. merchant and cotton manufacturer, IX 177n, XIV 156n
Cabot, Elizabeth (Mrs. George), XV 601
Cabot, Francis (brother of George Cabot): Mass. merchant, XIV 156n, and customs regulations, XII 263–64, 298
Cabot, George: Mass. merchant, U.S. Senator, and Federalist politician, VI 426n, 498, IX 106n, XI 545, XIV 156n, XVII 349n, XVIII 376, XXII 127n, 512, 513n, XXV 52, 79n, 127, 239, 598, 599n, XXVI 35n, 610; on John Adams, XXV 63, 77–78, 194n, 248–49; on authorship of The Federalist, IV 294n; on “British faction,” XXV 5n; on Aaron Burr, XXV 63–64; and “Camillus” essays, XVIII 478; career, XXVI 610n; on codfisheries, X 348–50; comment Additional Army candidates (Mass.), XXII 316; and cotton manufacturing, IX 177–80; director of Bank of the U.S., XIV 187n; on foreign relations, X 348–50, 390–94, XVI 132–33, 262, 265, 319n, XXV 107n; on foreign trade, X 390–94, XVI 494; on Hamilton’s Letter on John Adams, XXV 75, 172, 247–48, 250n; on Hamilton’s trip to New England (1800), XXIV 575, 579–80; on Jay Treaty, XXV 107n; on Jefferson, XXV 63–64; and George Washington Motier Lafayette, XIX 325–26n, 354–55, 456, 459; as merchant, XII 263–64, XIV 156n, XVI 494; on N.Y. election (1801), XXV 341n; nominated as Secretary of Navy, XXI 416n, 465; on politics, XXVI 12n, 72; and presidential campaign (1800), XXV 33, 63–64, 74–75, 75n, 77–79, 86, 109, 149, 247–49, 285; on proposed Federalist newspaper, XXV 149; proposed by Hamilton as commissioner to France (1797), XX 480–82, 545, 567, 570n, 572n, 574–75, XXI 21, 22–23, 33, XXV 205n; U.S. Senator (Mass.), XI 367, XIV 187, XVI 132–33, 262, 265, 319n, XVII 349n, XVIII 376, pay, XIII 61, XV 505, XVII 505
Cabot, John: and exploration of North America, III 704
Cabot, John (brother of George Cabot): Mass. merchant and cotton manufacturer, IX 177n, XIV 156n
Cabot, Samuel: Boston merchant, XIV 156n
Cabot, Sebastian (son of John Cabot, the explorer): exploration of North America, III 704, 705
Cabral, Pedro Alvares: exploration of South America, III 716
Cadignan, Charles François Victor Mauberg de: and Asylum Company, XVI 610n; Lafayette’s aide-de-camp, XVI 58n, 458, 608
Cadiz, Spain, III 303–4, 305n, 311n, 680, XV 73n, XVI 102n, XX 154n, XXI 489n, 499, 500, XXII 297n, XXIII 194n; closed to U.S. vessels by British, XXI 525; French capture of U.S. ships at, XX 519n
Cadwalader, John (Pa. and Md.): and Samuel Chase, III 1n, 276–77n; daughter of, XXII 526n; and Joseph Reed, III 276, 277n, 289, 501
Cadwalader, Lambert, VI 546n; Army (American Revolution), XXV 603, 604n; member House of Representatives (N.J.), and Ædanus Burke, VI 353–55, pay, XIII 64, 67, 68; and subscriptions to Bank of the U.S. VIII 210
Cadwallader, John: comment on Additional Army candidates (Pa.), XXII 133, 134, 135, 136, 140
Cadwell, Matthew: requests son’s discharge (Quasi-War), XXIV 653
Cadwell, Phineas: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 280
Cady, Joanna: and report on petition of William Robinson, XI 314
Cady, John: and report on petition of William Robinson, XI 314
Cady (Kady), Palmer: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 106
“Caesar”: essays erroneously attributed to Hamilton, IV 287n; No. I, IV 278–79; No. II, IV 284
Caesar, Julius, I 484, IV 398
Cahokia, Northwest Territory, XXII 258n, XXIII 392; town of, description, XI 24, plan of, XIII 106, 139
Caillard, Antoine Bernard: French Ambassador to Prussia, XXI 32n; French chargé d’affaires at The Hague, and negotiations for U.S. foreign loans, VII 358–59, 358n, VIII 170, 171, 177–78, 260
Caines, Cornelia Johnston Verplanck (Mrs. George): and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 234, 235n
Caines, George: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 234, 235n; Lex Mercatoria Americana, XXVI 235n
Cairo, Egypt, I 386; and Napoleon, XXII 188, 220, 377n
Caisse d’Escompte, VII 246, 249
“Caius”: pseudonym for author of pamphlet attacking Hamilton, (1795) XIX 238n; (1800) XXV 180n
Calabrian Sea, see Cantabrian Sea
Calcutta, India, VII 168, 169
Calder, Edna Frances: ed., “Diary of Dr. Nathaniel Ames,” XXIV 585n
Caldwell, Andrew: loan office certificates, VIII 193–97
Caldwell, James (Del.): Army contractor (Quasi-War), XXIII 238n, 621
Caldwell, James (Rev.) (N.J.): and American Revolution, I 527, 528n; and certificates of public debt, XI 477
Caldwell, James (N.Y.): comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXIV 619
Caldwell, James (Ohio): Additional Army candidate (Ohio and Pa.), XXII 137
Caldwell, James B.: comment on Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 122
Caldwell, John: chief clerk, War Department, XXII 31, 77, 149, 604, XXIV 640
Caldwell, John (Conn.): surety for Pierpont Edwards, VI 591
Caldwell, Robert: Army (American Revolution), II 581
Caldwell, Samuel: application for office, V 492, VI 37; clerk, U.S. District Court, Pa., XVI 415, pay, XV 502
Caldwell, William: comment on Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 333
Caldwell’s Manor, Vt., VIII 477n, XVI 141n, XIX 142, 167
Calico: duty on, VIII 448, X 16–17n, proposed, XXVI 517
Caligula (Caius Caesar Germanicus), XIX 103
Calin, IX 51
Calkin, Howard J.: “American Influence in Ireland, 1760 to 1800,” II 130n
Call, Keith: Army (American Revolution), II 427, 428n
Call, Richard: Regular Army (1792), intemperance of, XII 515
Callahan, John: comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 137, 305
Callahan, John: shipmaster, IX 225n
Callaway, John: English cotton manufacturer, VIII 557
Callender, James Thomson: Scottish-born editor, pamphleteer, and political agitator, and American Annual Register …, XXI 121n; and [Richmond, Va.] Examiner, XXIII 495, 604n; forced to leave Richmond, XXIV 7; and Hamilton, XXVI 36, 37n, 237n; The History of the United States for 1796 … and “pamphlets No. V and VI” and his role in the “Reynolds Affair,” X 377–78n, XXI 121–46, 154–56, 215–67, 278, 283–84, 305, 306n, XXVI 36–37n, 830, XXVII 14; and Jefferson, XXVI 36, 37n, 112, 113n, and the “Walker Affair,” XXVI 141; The political progress of Britain …, XXI 121n, XXVI 36n; The Prospect Before Us, XXVI 37n; and the [Richmond] Recorder, XXVI 37n, 141n; Sketches of the History of America, XXI 122n, 129, 134, 140, 142, 305, 306n; trial of, XXVI 37n, 192n
Callender, John (George): Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 584, XXIV 246
Callender, Thomas: surveyor and inspector of the revenue for the port, Wilmington, N.C., XIII 318, 319n
“Call for a Meeting”: newspaper notice signed by Hamilton and others concerning fortification of New York City, XXI 483
Callicrates, IV 383
“A Calm Observer”: pseudonym of author of article attacking Washington, XIX 350–52n, 352–54, 364, 400–1n
Calogan, John, and Sons: and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 70
Calonne, Charles Alexandre de: French Controller General of Finance, IV 142–44, 144n, VI 238, XXVI 837, and proposed purchase of U.S. debt to France, XII 162–64n, XIV 519–20n
Calvert, George, 1st Baron Baltimore: Md. charter granted to, I 116–17
Calvert, Md., IX 413n
Calvert County, Md.: excise survey, IX 428, XII 94
Calvinist Church, Chester County, Pa.: report on petition of, XI 135–38, 135n
Calvin’s Case, I 91–92
Cambauld, Richard: judge, Vice-Admiralty Court, Santo Domingo, XXI 456n, 490, 497, 498n, 503
Cambrai, League of, IV 314n
Cambray-Digby, Louis Antoine Jean Baptiste, chevalier de: Army (American Revolution), payment for services, VI 542; report on memorial of, to Continental Congress, III 203–4
Cambridge, Mass., II 140, VII 63n; and American Revolution, V 348
Cambridge, N.Y., IV 552
Camden, N.C.: port of entry, collector of customs at, see Gregory, Isaac, customs accounts, XIII 38–39, 573, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87
Camden, S.C.: Battle of, II 385–87, 420–21, 422, 424, 426n, 430, 448n, 449, 500n, 529, 531, 532, 632, V 350, IX 212n, X 343–44, XI 534n, XXII 291n, 297n, XXIV 368n; proposal for arsenal at, III 391, XXVI 441; Washington’s visit to, VIII 470, 471n
Camden (Cambden) County, N.C., IX 69, 70n; excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429 Cameal, see Carneal
Camerians, I 395
Camilla, II 332
“Camillus,” see “The Defence”
Camillus, Marcus Furius, I 395
“Camillus refuted by A. Hamilton”: opposition to Hamilton’s stand on Jay Treaty, XIX 131n
Camman, Peter A.: assignee of Alexander Kirkpatrick, and debt to Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 303
“Campaign Broadside”: signed by Hamilton and others in campaign for election to N.Y. Ratifying Convention, IV 645–46
Campaigns, election, see individual states and Presidential campaigns and elections
“Campaign Speech”: by Hamilton in 1801 N.Y. State election, XXV 375–78, 382
Campbell, —— (Mrs.), III 53
Campbell, Alexander: U.S. attorney for the District of Va., IX 513; opinion on brig Conyngham, XVI 202n, 557, 558n, XVII 94, 95n; opinion on “Coasting Act,” XIII 159–64, 159n; relations with William Heth, XIII 159–64, 438–39; and United States v Hylton, XVIII 41, 41–42n, 202–3n
Campbell, Anthony: Treasury Department clerk, criticism of Timothy Pickering, XXV 419–20n, 423
Campbell, Archibald: British Army (American Revolution), prisoner, I 196, 443, 447–48
Campbell, David: New York City attorney, proposes Hamilton as governor of N.Y., XVIII 196
Campbell, David: U.S. judge, Southwest Territory, pay, XIII 78, 563, XV 514, XVII 513
Campbell, Donald: and petition of Catharine Greene, X 443; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXII 215–16n
Donald Campbell adsm Joshua Sands, James Barron and Sarah Malcom: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXII 215n
Campbell, George: and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 127n
Campbell, Hugh: U.S. Navy (Quasi-War), XXV 578, 580n
Campbell, J. (Mrs.), III 667
Campbell, John: New York City merchant, III 528, 559–60
Campbell, John (Miss.): Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 74, 587, XXIV 248, 357
Campbell, John (Pa. and N.J.): and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, XIII 17, XIV 546, XVI 21–22, XXVI 684, agreement with, XIII 31–32
Campbell, Joseph: Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 90, 262, 263n
Campbell, Malcolm: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXII 215n
Campbell, Maria: Revolutionary Services and Civil Life of General William Hull …, XIII 480n
Campbell, Patrick: Army contractor (Pa.), XVII 524
Campbell, Patrick: British Army (American Revolution), and Yorktown, II 679–80n, 680, 682n
Campbell, Richard: Army (American Revolution), V 358
Campbell, Robert: Philadelphia bookseller, VIII 17
Campbell, Samuel: rents land to Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 531
Campbell, W.: British Army (American Revolution), Convention troops, XXVI 386
Campbell, William: Baltimore, Md., merchant, and arrearages of pay of Md. line, XI 153, 223, 224n
Campbell, William (Annapolis, Md.): candidacy for House of Representatives, XII 212, 213n; and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XIII 219, 219–23n, 227, 228, 514, 515, 517, XIV 178, 250, 345n, XX 396–97, XXI 301, 302n
Campbell, William (N.C.): commissioner to regulate shipping on Cape Fear River, and Cape Fear lighthouse, VIII 295, 464–66, IX 173–75, construction of, XIV 230
Campbell, William (Orange County, Va.): Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 285n, 574, 672, 681, XXIV 206, 334, 368n, 605, 634
Campbell adsm Peckwood: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 63
Campbell County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Campe, Joachim Heinrich: German writer and educator, honorary French citizenship, XII 546n
Campo, Bernardo del: Spanish Minister to Great Britain, VII 63, XXVI 820
Campo Formio, Treaty of, XXI 204n, 374n, 404n, 414n, 508n, 533–34n, XXII 576, XXIII 178, XXV 148n
Canada, IV 282, VI 531, VII 120n, XX 147n, 155, XXIII 440; boundaries of, VII 114n, 151n, XII 2n, in Hamilton’s comments on Jay Treaty, XIX 219–20; British cession of to U.S., alleged proposal for, XXVI 198n, 201–2, 210; and customs regulations, VII 150–51n, 167; discovery and settlement of, III 705–8; and fur trade, VII 609n, 611, IX 337–38; Edmond Charles Genet’s plan for invasion of, XV 161n, 625n; governor general of, see Carleton, Guy; Hamilton on, in Constitutional Convention, IV 198, in The Farmer Refuted, I 149–50, in The Federalist, IV 322, in A Full Vindication, I 49, 60, 61–62, 68–69, 148n, possibility of U.S. attack on (1794), XV 675, in Remarks on the Quebec Bill, I 165–76, strategic significance of after American Revolution, III 467, U.S. lack of interest to acquire (1789), V 484–85; William Hull’s report on negotiations as U.S. agent to (1793), XIV 9–13; lieutenant governor of, see Simcoe, John Graves; Loyalists in, XXIV 536n; Alexander Mackenzie’s account of his expedition in, XVII 362–64; Medad Mitchell on trade of, with Indians, XI 23n, 25–26, XV 295–96, 300–1; N.Y. Assembly and claims arising from American Revolution, IV 149; and Northwest posts, VI 486n; and Quasi-War, XXII 518, 573, XXIII 4–5, 184n, 381, 517, XXIV 43, 492 (see also Fort George and Niagara); relations of, with Vt., Hamilton on in N.Y. Assembly, IV 116, 134–37; superintendent of Indian affairs, see Johnson, Sir John; U.S. commissary in, VI 536; U.S. mail routes with, proposal for, XIII 450; U.S. relations with, Edward Carrington on, XIV 348–50, effect of Indians on, VII 609n, 611, X 373–74, 375–76n, XIII 214–15n, 326–28n, 382–83, XIV 9–13, XIX 117n, 138–39, 172, in Hamilton’s comments on Jay Treaty, XIX 138, 143, 189n; U.S. trade with, Hamilton on, XX 133, in Hamilton’s comments on Jay Treaty, XVIII 409, 453, XIX 75, 135–36n, 143, 146, 172–78, 184, 186–96, 210–11, 218–27, 230–31. See also American Revolution: and Canada and British North America and Lower Canada and Upper Canada
Canada Company, see Northwest Company
Canada River (St. Lawrence River): and exploration of North America, III 705, 706, 712, 713
Canajoharie, N.Y., VII 446n; and American Revolution, II 93
Canals: interstate, Hamilton on need for, XXIII 603; investment in, by Dutch bankers, VIII 301n, XXI 91, 196, XXVI 608n; in New York, XII 211–12n, XXII 449–50n (see also Northern Inland Lock Navigation Company and Western Canal Company and Western Inland Lock Navigation Company); proposed construction of, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 21, XXVI 640–41, discussed in Constitutional Convention, VIII 82–83, 110–11, Hamilton on, in “Opinion on the Constitutionality of an Act to Establish a Bank,” VIII 82–83, 110–11, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 39, 115–17, 161, 183, 194–95, 276, 310–11, by Samuel Paterson, VIII 19; and Quasi-War, XXIV 230–31, 332; and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, XII 388
Canandaigua, N.Y., XXIII 271n
Canary Islands, I 386n
Candal (Candall, Cundall, Kundall), William: woolen manufacturer, Killingly, Conn., IX 321, 354, 355
“Candid Remarks on the Treaty of Amity and Commerce between Great Britain and the United States”: newspaper article on Jay Treaty, XIX 285
Candlemakers, X 40, XXVI 641
Candles: duty on, VIII 390, X 16–17n, proposed, XXVI 513–14; manufacture of, X 171, 184, 284, in Providence, R.I., IX 433, 434, 445
“Candor”: pseudonym attributed to Hamilton, XII 225
Canfield, Abiel: Army contractor, Newark, N.J., XI 452, 483, XII 156, 183n, XV 521
Canfield, John: and sale of land owned by John B. Church, III 434, 522–23, 626, 634
Cannaday, William: Philadelphia hairdresser, XVI 563
Canning, George: “New Morality,” XXI 383n
Cannon (Canon), John: and excise opposition in Pa., XII 307, 307–9n, 310, 495–96, 497n, 517–18, XVII 25n, 39, 182, 183, 379n
Cannon: as contraband, and Jay Treaty, XVIII 440n; Tench Coxe on, VI 292; duty on, proposed, X 17, 35, XXVI 632, 638; Hamilton’s plan for a military academy and foundries for, XXIV 73; manufacture of, for naval armament (1794), XVI 525n, 533, 534n, 540, XVII 80, 311–12, 453, 456–57
Cannonsburg, Pa., XII 309n; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 51, 379
Canon law: Hamilton on, in The Federalist, IV 694
Cantabrian Sea, I 380
Cantaleau, Jean-Barthelemy Le Couteulx de: Rouen banker, V 572n
Canton, China, I 384, X 44, 123, 223; trade with, V 479, VIII 495; U.S. consular representative at, II 44n, IX 42n, 54; U.S. trade with, VI 29, IX 13, 38–55, XVII 117, 118n; XIX 234
Cantor, Milton: “Life of Joel Barlow,” VIII 228–29n
Canvas: duty on, proposed, X 214, 326; manufacture of, for naval armament (1794), XVII 447, XVIII 1
Le Cap, see Cap-Français
Cape Ann, Mass., XI 133n; and exploration of North America, III 708, 711; lighthouse at, VI 43, 297, 298, 355, superintendent of, see Houston, Samuel
Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia: and exploration of North America, III 706, 707; and U.S. trade, XIII 399
Cape Cod, Mass., V 512; and exploration of North America, III 706, 708, 709, 710, 712; and internal improvements, X 21, 39, XXVI 640–41; revenue cutter for, VII 31
Cape de Vela, see La Vela
Cape Elizabeth, District of Me.: lighthouse on, XII 471
Cape Fear, Smith’s Island, N.C.: and American Revolution, II 579; lighthouse at, VIII 295, 296, 464–66, IX 173–75, XIV 73, 74, 231n, 346, XVI 144, XVII 239, 268–69, 444, XVIII 201. See also Bald Head, N.C.
Cape Fear River, N.C.: commissioners of navigation of, VIII 295, 296, 464–66, IX 173–75; and customs regulations, XVI 102; and customs services, VIII 328; lighthouse on, XVI 40n; navigation of, XIII 146; stakage of, IX 249–50, 317, XV 167; and Quasi-War, XXII 348, 463
Cape Finisterre, France, II 484
Cape François, see Cap-Français
Cape Hatteras, N.C., XIV 472; lighthouse on, XV 663–64, XVI 45–46, 46–47n, 159, 159–60n, 393
Cape Henlopen, Del., X 402n, XI 22n, 544, XII 15n; and American Revolution, II 212; lighthouse on, VI 45, 458, 468, 479, 514, 545–46, 561, 562, 564, 575, VII 122–23, 133, 413, VIII 181, 304, 540, XIII 101, 336, 342, 357, 562, 564, 566, 567, 570, XIV 346n, 408, XV 532–33, XVII 534, superintendent of, see Allibone, William; revenue cutter for, VII 32
Cape Henry, Va.: and American Revolution, II 338n; lighthouse at, V 431, 441, 443, 534, VI 45, 47, 206, 261–62, 280, 281, 406, 408, 410, 427, 468–69, 474, 491–92, 546, 549, 554, 560–61, VII 342, 344, 377, 392, 412–15, 425, VIII 46, 234, 236, 238, 251, 283, 316, 450–51, 464, 533n, 555, 556n, IX 19, 310, X 504, XI 8, 551n, 572n, XII 164, 288, 403, 414, 515, 552–53, 567, 587, 590–91, 635, XIII 101, 179n, 258, 286, 289, 336, 357, 381, 565, 569, XIV 230, 231n, 242n, 408n, 410, XV 24–25n, 533, XVII 482, 534, keeper of, see Cornick, Lemuel, and Geoffigan, Laban
Cape Mallebar (Malabar) (now Nauset), Mass.: and exploration of North America, III 706, 714
Cape May, N.J., VI 264; and American Revolution, II 212; proposal for cutter at, VII 32
Cape of Good Hope: and U.S. trade, V 479, VI 29, IX 45n, 49; and U.S. whaling, V 469
Cape Race, Newfoundland: and exploration of North America, III 707
Cape Sable, Nova Scotia: and exploration of North America, III 705, 706
Cape Tragabigzanda, see Cape Ann
Cape Verde Islands, VI 279, VII 122, XXI 533n
Cap-Français (now Cap Haïtien), Santo Domingo, XXIV 264, 434n; and capture of French privateer, XXI 537n; refugees from, XV 117–18n; revolt and revolution in, X 323n, 518–19, XIII 171n; supplies for U.S. ships, IX 464; U.S. consul at, XXV 79n; U.S. trade with, V 454n, IX 6, 26, X 393–94, 506, 560
Capitaine du Chesnoy, Michel: Army (American Revolution), payment for services, VI 542
Capital: Tench Coxe on real and potential significance of, in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 15, 19, 22, XXVI 642; growth of in nation, in relationship to proposed bank, Hamilton on in “Report on the Bank,” VII 258–61, 277, 306–9, 320; Hamilton on importance of, to trade (1784), III 493; Hamilton on, in “Prospectus” for Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, IX 145–47; Hamilton on real and potential significance of, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 3, 31–32, 34–35, 40–41, 49, 51, 53, 63n, 64–65, 69, 74, 78, 92, 96–98, 125–26, 133–35, 152, 154, 159–69, 182–83, 231, 233, 237, 239, 243–44, 269, 274–83, 295; of proposed bank, Hamilton on in “Report on a Bank,” VII 249–50, 252–53, 258–61, 268, 282–84, 293–94, 306–9, 313, 334, 338–39
Cappadocia, Asia Minor, I 374
Capper, John: London merchant, XV 619n
Capron, Jonathan: storekeeper at West Point (American Revolution), XVII 529
Caracas Company, XVIII 23
Caradeux Lecaye, —— (Mme): refugee from revolution in Santo Domingo, XXV 251–52, XXVI 89–92
Caradeux Lecaye, Jacques Joseph, XXVI 92n
Caradeux Lecaye, Jean-Baptiste, XXVI 90, 91–92n
Caradeux Lecaye, John Baptiste, XXVI 92n
Caradeux Lecaye, Comte Laurent: refugee from revolution in Santo Domingo, XXV 252, XXVI 89, 91n
Caradeux Lecaye, Louise Agathe (Mme Jean-Baptiste), XXVI 92n
Caraman, Victor-Louis-Charles de Riquet, chevalier de: visit to U.S., III 581n
Carberry (Carbery, Carbury), Henry, XXVI 804; Army (American Revolution), and mutiny at Newburgh, N.Y., III 408; comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 306
“A Card”: and Hamilton’s dispute with Andrew G. Fraunces, XV 354–55n
A Card: Hamilton’s answer to A. W. Farmer’s attack on A Full Vindication, I 78–79, 83
Carding machines, IX 178, 434, 435, 439–40n
“A Card in Reply”: pseudonymous reply to Hamilton’s A Card, I 83
Cards: playing, duty on, proposed, VI 289, XI 144, Hamilton’s proposal for tax on (1787), IV 45; wool and cotton, duty on X 16–17n, proposed, XXVI 515, manufacture of, X 170, 283, in Conn., IX 332, 344, in Mass., IX 374, in Providence, R.I., IX 440, 446
Carenage, St. Lucia: and U.S. trade with, XIII 402n
Carey, Mathew: The American Museum, VIII 167, 168n, and promotion of manufacturing, X 12–13; The American Remembrancer, and views on Jay Treaty, XVIII 475n, 477n, XIX 238n; Debates and Proceedings of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania …, VII 243; Hamilton declines dinner invitation of, VIII 240; A Short Account of the Malignant Fever …, XV 325n; and speech by Hamilton, XXVI 773–74
Carey, Miles: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 495n, XXIV 205n
Cargell, Benjamin: Conn. woolen manufacturer, IX 354, 355
Carignan-Salières Regiment: and settlement of North America, III 707
Caritat, Henry: New York City bookstore proprietor, XXV 437n
Carleton, Christopher: British Army (American Revolution), II 480–81n
Carleton, Guy, 1st Baron Dorchester, IV 135n, VII 119, XVI 114n; commander of British forces in Canada at outset of American Revolution, I 228, 280; commander-in-chief of British forces in America (1782–1783), III 92, 93n, 118, 338, 431, 432n, IV 135n, XVIII 421–22n, 514n, XXVI 425, 427n, 448; governor general of Canada (1786–1791, 1793–1796), and Anglo-American relations with Indians, V 482n, VI 484–85, 495, 496n, VIII 342–43, 544–45, IX 265, 270, X 375n, XIV 9–10n, 10–11, XVI 282n, 328n, 428n, XIX 208n, XXVI 527n, on Anglo-Spanish relations, VI 484–85, 495n, 573, VII 37, reports to Lord Grenville, VI 498n, 548n, 550n, 551n, VII 70n, 74n, 111n, 608n, VIII 343n, 477n, 545n, XXVI 527n, role in George Beckwith’s conversations with Hamilton on Anglo-American relations, V 489, VI 484–85, 493, 547, 550, 550–551, VII 70n, 71n, 114, VIII 44, 342–43, 544–45, XXVI 526–28, 530, on slaves taken by British in American Revolution, X 494n, XXVI 527n, and western posts retained by British, XIX 90, 165n, 208–10n, XX 147n, 307n, XVIII 510n, XXIII 379. See also New York City: evacuation of, and Paris, Treaty of
Carleton, Joseph: secretary in War Office before 1787, XIII 40
Carleton, Osgood: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 332; and I. Norman, An Accurate Map of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts …, XXIII 30–31n
Carleton, Thomas: governor of New Brunswick, British North America, XX 256
Carlile, John: petition of, XI 252n
Carlisle, Frederick Howard, 5th earl of, I 568n
Carlisle, John: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 288; comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 293, 297, 298
Carlisle, Pa., XXII 595; and American Revolution, I 516; arsenal at, III 391, IX 469, XI 350, XIII 133, XXVI 441; and Fries’s Rebellion, XXII 551; and Quasi-War, XXIII 335, 512, 548, 569, 572n, 573, 658, 671, XXIV 16, 50, 380n; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 18, 102, 136, 215, 224, 225, 229, 237, 238, 239, 243, 244, 261, 262n, 268, 287, 289, 293, 303n, 319
Carlsbad, Bohemia, I 382
Carlton, ——: Army (Quasi-War), court-martial of, XXIV 76
Carlton, Peter: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 652
Carmentalia, I 394
Carmentis (Carmenta), I 394
Carmer, Nicholas: New York City politician, Hamilton’s recommendation for state appointment, IV 507, 508n
Carmichael, George Washington: Army (Quasi-War), XXII 520n, XXIII 76
Carmichael, John F.: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 584, XXIV 246, 268
Carmichael, William: and Lafayette, I 542, 543n; member of Jay mission (1780–1782), IV 156n; U.S. commissioner to Spain, VI 558n, VIII 205n, XI 68–73, 212–14, 402n, XII 1–3, 178n, 284–85, 296, 303, 405n, 440, 627, 636–37, XIII 148n, 254–57, 336, 371, XIV 1n, 149–50, 437n, 438n, 492–94, 509, 510n, XV 7–9n, 49n, 229n, 367, XVI 32n, 34, 124n, 385n, 620–23
Carnahan, James: “The Pennsylvania Insurrection of 1794, Commonly Called the Whiskey Insurrection,” XVII 51n
Carneal, —— (Mr.): Va. excise collector, XII 599n, XXVI 838
Carnes, Edward: report on petition of executors of, XI 55–59
Carnes, John: and estate of Edward Carnes, XI 55n
Carnes, Patrick: Army (American Revolution), charges against, II 309
Carnes, Thomas Petters: member, House of Representatives (Ga.), and Ga. lands, XVII 274, XIX 311n
Carney, see Kearney, Stephen
Carnot, Lazare Nicolas Marguerite: member of Directory, XXI 199n, 291, 292n, 415, 415–16n, 510
Caro, Pedro José de: and Miranda conspiracy, XXI 399, 399–400n, 402, XXII 155–56, 205
Carolina: colonial charter of, Hamilton on, in The Farmer Refuted, I 119
Caroline County, Md.: excise survey: IX 428, XII 94
Caroline County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Carondelet, Francisco Louis Hector, baron de: governor and intendant general of La. and W. Fla., XI 24n, and Indians, XIII 27–29, 147–48, XIV 490–91, and Medad Mitchell, XV 288n, 290n, 291n, 292n
Carondelet River, Southwest Territory, XV 298
Carpathian Mountains, I 382
Carpathus (Karpathos), Greece, I 384
Carpender, John C.: and the Grange, XXVI 24n
Carpenter, Elizabeth: estate of, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 470n
Carpenter, John: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 117–18n
Latting Carpenter v Nathaniel Quinbey: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 39
Carpenter, Matthew: and removal of N.Y. attorney general, XXII 233, 235n
Carpets and carpeting: duty on, X 16–17n, increase of, XI 321, proposed X 221–22, 332, XI 145, XXVI 517; manufacture of, IX 147, X 105
Carr, John H.: gunner at fort in Newport, R.I., XVI 404n; Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 92, 107
Carr, Josef: London musician, XV 97
Carr, Peter (nephew of Thomas Jefferson), XXI 409n
Carr, William: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 417
Carr, William (R.I.): customs regulations, XVI 302, 614
Carriages: duty on, X 184, proposed, VI 288, XXVI 515; manufacture of, X 102, 105, 169, 171, 283, 284, in Conn., IX 323, 346, 351; tax on, XVI 436n, XVII 401, 413n, XVIII 49, 57n,, 63, 77, 81, 91, 146–47, 149, 150–51n, 222–23, 397n, abolition of, XXVI 116n, Hamilton’s proposal for (1787), IV 43, 44, 48, 57–58, 110, Jefferson’s proposal for, XXV 446n, in Ky., XVIII 153–54, 193, lawsuits in Va. concerning, XVIII 40–41, 201–2, 203n, legislation for, XVI 462n, XVII 2n, legislation for, drafted by Hamilton, XXVI 775–78, proposed, XIII 270
Carriage Tax case, see Hylton v United States
Carrick v Vickering, VI 300
Carrington, Edward: Army (American Revolution), II 271–72, 273–74, 275–85, 288, 289–90, 291–92, 295–96, 296–301, 308–9, XXVI 382–88; Army (Quasi-War), offer and refusal of appointment as officer, XXII 19, 413–14, XXIII 327, 328n, 453–54, 483–84; career, XXVI 141n, 870; comptroller of Treasury Department, Hamilton’s candidate for appointment as, XVIII 194–95, refusal of appointment, XVIII 257–58; delegate, Continental Congress (Va.), V 6n, 210n; and election of 1789, V 252; Hamilton’s letter to, on opposition of Jefferson and Madison to Hamilton’s policies, XI 426–45; on public opinion in Va. on foreign affairs, XIV 346–52; Secretary of War, candidate as (1800), XXIV 468, considered for appointment as, (1798), XXI 449, proposed as (1799), XXII 471, refusal of appointment as (1795), XIX 357–58, 436; supervisor of the revenue for District of Va. (1791–1802), XII 23, XIII 161, 566, XIV 302, 545, 547, XV 20, 546, XVI 31, 109n, 164, 389, 390, 522, 544, 611, XVII 392, 404, 448, XVIII 11, 203, 204, XX 156, XXIII 112, XXV 59, XXVI 140, accounts of, XIII 575, XV 488–95, XVI 421, 452, appointment as, VIII 187, 240, IX 428, approval of Hamilton’s policies, XVII 438–41, and branch of Bank of the U.S. in Va., XII 83–84, and Carriage Tax case, XVIII 41, 153–54, 202–3n, comments on Additional Army candidates (Va.), XXII 313n, and counterfeiting, XVII 117, and excise, enforcement of, in Ky., XI 407, in N.C., XII 84, in Va. (1792), XII 19, 413, 598, and excise, reaction to in Va. (1794), XVII 138–39, and Nathanael Greene, defense of, XI 241n, XVIII 401, and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 463, and Hamilton’s response to investigation of Treasury Department, XIV 80, 247–48, XV 50–52, XVI 570, 580–81, and inspectors of the revenue, VIII 280, IX 130, XI 403, 530, instructions from Tench Coxe, XII 402n, XIII 307, 307–8n, on opposition to carriage tax in Va., XVII 2, pay, VIII 188, 207, IX 428, XII 88–89, 95, payments to, XV 503, and presidential election, (1796) XXVI 858, (1800–1801), XXV 98–101, and purchase of spirits for Army, XV 472, XVII 19–20, 326, and Quasi-War, XXIII 615, 624, 627, 632, 643, XXIII 415–16, and recruiting officers, distribution of money to, XI 451, and report on petition of Catharine Greene, X 409–10, 414, 415, 418, 422, 424n, 432, 434, 435, 437, 438–39, 439–41, 447–49, 450–51, 452, 459, sends information to Hamilton, for “Defence of the Funding System,” XVIII 387–88, 467–68, XIX 1n, 16n, for “Report on Manufactures,” IX 275–82, 299–304, and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 138–40, 144–45, 152, 154, 174, 234, 301, 326, 359, 415, 438–39, 477–80, 581 (see also “Treasury Department circulars to the supervisors of the revenue”); U.S. marshal for District of Va. (1789–November 7, 1791), and Cape Henry lighthouse, VI 408, 410, 427, 468, payment to, XVII 502, payments to for census (1790), XIII 102, XV 536, and sale of Va. certificates, VI 274, succeeded as, XI 63n; War Department agent for procuring and furnishing Army supplies (Quasi-War), XXIII 10, XXIV 409, XXVI 767
Carrington, Henry B.: Battles of the American Revolution, II 679n
Carrington, Mayo: inspector of the revenue (Va.), IX 428–29
Carrington, Paul J.: and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 462n
Carrington, Richard: and customs regulations, X 509
Carroll, Catherine (daughter of Charles Carroll of Carrollton), XXIV 64, 65n, XXVI 192n
Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton, V 460, XI 436, XII 415, 509, 511n, XV 279, XXII 291, 603, 604, XXIV 65n, 363, 573, XXV 457, XXVI 192n, 789; delegate, Continental Congress (Md.), I 414n, 434n; and election of 1792, XII 212–13, 603, 607–8; election of 1800, XXIV 412, 413n, XXV 1–2, 16, 17n, 34, 60, 93–95, 158, 242–43; U.S. Senator (Md.), VIII 142–43, XI 436, pay, XIII 58, 59, 60, 61, XV 505, resignation, XIX 357n; will of, XXIV 420–31n
Carroll, Daniel, XI 276n; commissioner, Federal District, VIII 472n, XI 50–51n, XVI 586, 587n, 635; delegate, Continental Congress (Md.), III 113n, 225n, 227n, 229n, 233n, 264n, 282n, 299n, 343n, 346n, 379n; and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XII 487; member, House of Representatives (Md.), V 460, pay, XIII 64, 65, 66, 69
Carroll, James (attorney): comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 302
Carroll, James (planter): comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 302
Carroll, John (bishop) (cousin of Charles Carrol of Carrollton), XII 509; comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 299; and election of 1792, XII 212, 213n, 407, 509, 511n
Carroll, John (planter): comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 302n
Carroll, John Alexander, and Mary Wells Ashworth: George Washington, XXII 15n
Carroll, Mary, see Caton, Mary Carroll (Mrs. Richard)
Carrollsburg, Md.: possible site of Federal District, VIII 255n
Carson, Ebenezer: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 94
Carson, John: comment on Additional Army candidate (N.H.), XXII 110
Carson, William (N.H.): comment on Additional Army candidate (N.H.), XXII 110
Carson, William (Pa.): Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 133, 146; Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 663
Carstithers, Martin: British deserter (American Revolution), I 589
Cartagena (Carthagena, Carthagina), Spain, XVI 102n, XXI 499–500, XXIII 194
Carter, —— (Mr.): cattle seizure (American Revolution), I 260
Carter, —— (Mrs.): Boston boardinghouse owner, XXIV 579
Carter, Angelica, see Church, Angelica Schuyler
Carter, Ann Hill, see Lee, Ann Hill Carter (Mrs. Henry)
Carter, Charles L.: receipt of, XVI 419n
Carter, Clarence E.: ed., The Territorial Papers of the United States, VIII 363n, IX 269n, XI 369n, 416n, XIV 492n, XV 100n, 212n, 380n, XVI 153n, 154n, XVII 81n, 273n, 418n, XIX 362n, XX 31n, 222n, XXII 260n, 573n, XXIII 36n, 46n, 104n, XXV 362n, 595n, XXVI 81n, 166n, 218n, 654n,
Carter, James: and Hamilton’s accounts, III 61
Carter, John, see also Church, John B.
Carter, John: shipmaster, and customs regulations, XIII 160n
Carter, Jonah: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 417
Carter, Lemuel: and Cape Henry lighthouse, VII 414
Carter, Thomas: secretary of British Secretary of State, XXIII 21n
Carteret (packet), III 12, 680
Carteret County, N.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Carter’s Ferry, Va., VIII 471
Carter v Kearney: and Hamilton’s law practice, VI 184
Carthage, Tunisia, IV 183, 313–14, 564, 566, 569, V 150, 357, XXI 412
Carthagena, see Cartagena
Carthy, Daniel: New Bern, N.C., merchant, XXVI 539
Cartmen: Hamilton on role of, in 1802 congressional election in New York City, XXV 610–12
Cartridge paper: duty on, X 17, 35, 45, XXVI 645, proposed, XI 145, XXVI 632, 638; manufacture of, X 224, 334
Cartwright, Edmund: English inventor, IX 86n
Cartwright, Richard: British trader at Niagara, XIV 316n
Cary, Archibald, V 8n; friend of Washington, II 54
Cary, Joseph: shipmaster, and customs regulations, XV 581–83
Casa Calvo, Sebastian Calvo de la Puerta y O’Farrill, marques de: acting military governor of La., and James Wilkinson, XXIV 235, 303, 304–5n
Case, Rufus: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 280
Casey, ——: British officer on parole to France, XVI 392
Casey, Elisha: shipmaster, and customs regulations: XVI 302, 572
“Cash Book”: Hamilton’s financial record, 1782–1789, III 6–67
Cashmere (cassimires, cazimirs): manufacture of, X 220, 331
Caskery, James: Additional Army candidate (Del.), XXII 284
Casks: manufacture of, in Conn., IX 346
Cass, Jonathan: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 356n, 386, 390, 584, 593, 613, 659, 668, 669, 682, 686, 687, XXIV 201, 226n, 246, 296, 297n, 612, 613, 616, 617, 627, 628, 636, 650, 652, 653, 656, 657, 665, 666, 667, 668, 669, 670, 671, 672, 673, 674, 675; and Pa. election (1799), XXIV 23
Cassan, Jean Baptiste: French consul at Philadelphia, XV 609n
Casson, Samuel: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 308
Castaing La Grace, Pierre de: Army (American Revolution), payment for services, VI 542
Caste, Joseph: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 10
Castello, ——: Spanish shipmaster, and capture by French privateer, XVI 102n
Castello v Bouteille et al., XVI 102–3n
Castine, District of Maine: and American Revolution, II 145n, XVI 62n, XIX 9n; and Quasi-War, XXII 494
Castle Garden, New York City, XXV 39
Castle Island, Boston, Mass.: and Quasi-War, XXII 369–70, XXIII 397
Castle William, see Fort Adams (Castle William)
Castor, I 392, 402
Castorland project: colony for French refugees, XIX 232n, XXI 148n, XXII 21n, XXV 318n, XXVI 41n
Castries, Charles-Eugene-Gabriel de La Croix, marquis de: French Minister of Marine, II 520, 521n
Caswell, Richard: governor of N.C., and supplies for Army (American Revolution), XI 340
Caswell County, N.C.; excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Cataraqui (Cataraquy) River, Ontario, Canada: XIX 193, XXIII 379, 380
“The Catastrophe”: articles by “Nestor” on XYZ affair, XXI 442n
Catawba River, N.C. and S.C., XXII 352; and American Revolution, V 354, 355
Cate, Isaac ten, see Cate and Gebers Kops see Cate and Vollenhoven
Cate, Isaac ten, and Gebers Kops: Dutch bankers, and purchase of U.S. debt, VI 345
Cate and Vollenhoven: Dutch bankers and partners in Holland Land Company, XVIII 31n, XX 45n, and speculation in U.S. debt, VI 337, VIII 301, XXVI 608
Cathalan, Stephen: U.S. vice consul at Marseilles, XII 643
Cathcart, James: U.S. consul to Tripoli, XXVI 28n
Catharine (British brig.): capture of, XIV 535–36, 540n, 547, XV 25n, 185n, 245n, 589n, XVII 435n
Catherine II (empress of Russia), IV 283n, XX 493n, 546n; agreement with George III, XIX 474, XXVI 855; and League of Armed Neutrality (1780), XV 204n, XVIII 437, XIX 507, 508n, XXV 308n, 327
Catherine (packet), VI 410
Catherine (ship): and violation of embargo, XVI 410
Catholic cantons in Switzerland: Hamilton on, in Constitutional Convention, IV 182n, in The Federalist, IV 390
Catholicism in Canada: Hamilton on, in A Full Vindication, I 68, in Remarks on the Quebec Bill, I 169–76
Catlin, Abel: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 281
Catlin, George: American artist, XXII 175n
Catlin, Lynde, XV 527; clerk to Army paymaster, pay, XIII 141, 143, payment by, XIII 40
Catlin, Putnam: Wilkes-Barre, Pa., attorney, XXII 174, 175n
“Cato”: presumed pseudonym of George Clinton as author of essays opposing Constitution, IV 278n, 284n, 287n, 335n, 583
“Cato”: pseudonym for William P. Beers, IV 237
“Cato”: pseudonym for Robert R. Livingston, author of articles criticizing Jay Treaty, XVIII 477, 494, 495n, 514n, XIX 135n, 142n, 186n, 187–92n, 194, 197n, 198n, 207–15, 217–18n, 221–22, 224, 260n, 265, 470, 481n, 503n. See also “The Defence”
Caton, Mary Carroll (Mrs. Richard) (daughter of Charles Carroll of Carrollton), XXV 95n
Caton, Richard (son-in-law of Charles Carroll of Carrollton), XXV 94, 95n
Catres, see Sabatier
Catskill, N.Y.: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 210–11; port of delivery, XIX 179n
Cattell (Cattle), Sarah (Sabina) Lynch (Mrs. William): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 375, XX 324
Cattell, William: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 375; XX 324n
Cattle, Sabina, see Cattell, Sarah (Mrs. William)
“Catullus”: Hamilton’s pseudonym in articles attacking Jefferson, XII (No. I) 379–85, (No. II) 393–401, (No. III) 498–506, (No. IV) 578–87, XIII (No. V) 229–31, (No. VI) 348–56
Caughey, John Walton: McGillivray of the Creeks; XIII 29n
“The Cause of France”: short essay by Hamilton, XVII 585–86
Cauvery River, India, XXIV 265n
Cavalry, see United States Army (Quasi-War)
Cavany, John: death of, coroner’s report, XXVI 321n
Cay, —— (Mr.), XV 329
Cay, David: Philadelphia broker, XV 619n, 620, XVI 362
Cayenne, French Guiana: IV 653, XXI 416; cotton from, IX 180, X 217, 328
Cayuga Indians: purchase of lands from, by N.Y.: XXV 368n
Cazeau, Francis: report on memorial to Continental Congress, III 251–52
Cazenove, John Henry (brother of Théophile Cazenove), XV 618–19, XVIII 297n, 468, 469n
Cazenove, J. H., Nephew, and Company: London banking house, XV 48, 619n, XVIII 297n, 506, XX 454n, XXI 313, 356
Cazenove, Théophile (father of John Henry Cazenove and Théophile Cazenove), XXI 313
Cazenove, Théophile: representative in U.S. for Dutch banking firms and Holland Land Company, VIII 453–54, IX 8, 31, XV 619n, XVII 538, XX 345, 356, 467n, 531, XXI 16n, 313n, 450, XXV 43n, XXVI 781n; and alien landownership, XX 45–47, 51, XXI 91–93, 145–46, 300; and coinage, XXVI 607–8, 608–9; and William Duer, XI 265–66; and investments in U.S. securities for Dutch bankers, VI 186n, 337–45, 337n, VII 178n; land speculation in U.S., XII 421–23, XVIII 31n, 335, XX 346, XXI 299–300; on manufacturing in U.S., VIII 300, 301n, X 6; and public debt, XVIII 31, 36–39, 379, 385; subscription for French refugees, XV 601; and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, XXVI 608, 609
Cecil County, Md.: excise survey, IX 428, XII 94
Cecil County Court House, Md.: and American Revolution, XXVI 363n
Cecil Iron Company, Harve de Grace, Md., XVI 534n, XVII 456, XVIII 210n, XXII 137n
Cedar Point, Md.: port of entry, boat for, XII 7, 290; collector of customs, see Jones, John Coates, accounts, XI 237; customs accounts, XIII 38–39, 575, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87; inspector of the revenue for the port of, see Jones, John Coates
The Cedars, Canada: Battle of, I 471n
Céleron (Céloron) de Blainville, Paul-Louis de: Army (American Revolution), I 483, II 80
Census: as basis for representation in House of Representatives, Hamilton on, in Constitutional Convention, IV 244, in The Federalist, IV 514, 517, 534–35, in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 14, 15, 175; provision for in Constitution, V 94n; (1790) and Army recruiting (Quasi-War), XXIII 28, Hamilton’s estimate of results of, VII 114, payments for, VI 525, 528, 529, XIII 102–3, 113, XIV 77, XV 535–36, 543, and reapportionment of Representatives, XI 226–30, XII 132n; (1800) Hamilton on results of, XXV 496–97, Jefferson on, in First Annual Message, XXV 445–46, preparations for, XXIV 490
Cephalonia: and Napoleonic wars, XXI 204n, XXII 376, 377n
Ceracchi, Giuseppe: Roman sculptor, and busts of famous Americans, XII 36–37, 37n; memorial of, XI 111, 111–12n, XXVI 661; and monument commemorating American Revolution, XVIII 271; payment for bust of Hamilton, XVIII 504, 504n
Ceres (brig): and arms for revenue cutters, XXI 333
Ceres (sloop): customs violation, XI 461n, 518n
Ceres Company: land development in Pa., XX 516n
Cerigo, see Kythera
Certificates of public debt, see Public credit and public debt, loan office certificates
Cesar, Elisha: prize money, XV 539
Cette, see Sète
Cevallos, Pedros: Spanish Secretary of State, and negotiations for purchase of the Floridas, XXVI 4n
Chace, Maxwell, IX 478
Chaffee, John, XVII 543
Chaimberlin, see Chamberlin
Chaloner, Ann (Mrs. John), III 432, 473, 477, 505, 510, 525, 561, 571, 576, 577, XXVI 450
Chaloner, John: Philadelphia business associate of Hamilton, John B. Church, and Jeremiah Wadsworth, III 10, 11, 12, 13, 33, 34, 55, 430, 432, 433n, 473, 477, 480, 481, 497, 497–98, 500n, 501n, 502n, 503n, 504–5, 507, 509, 509–10, 511, 523, 524, 524–25, 525n, 558, 560–61, 561–62, 562–63, 563n, 565n, 570–71, 576, 577, 579n, 584–85, 587–88, 596, 633, 650–51, 651–53, 653, 654n, 655, 656n, 659, 660, 667, 697, 699–700, IV 624–25n, V 203, 206, 227, 234–35, 237, 240, 252, VII 244, VIII 180, 181n, IX 559, XIV 533, XVI 339, 340n, XXV 394, XXVI 434, 448, 449–50, 457, 686
Chaloner and White: Philadelphia merchant firm, III 433–34n, 473n, XXVI 434n
Chamberlaine, Samuel, Jr.: candidate for office in Md., XIII 322, 323n, XIV 288, 290n, XXVI 842
Chamberlayne, Edward P.: cloth manufacturing in Va., IX 282
Chamberlin, Asa: underaged Additional Army recruit, XXIII 465
Chamberlin (Chaimberlin), Ephraim: Army (Am Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 418
Chambers, Benjamin: comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 134
Chambers, James: comments on Additional Army candidates (Pa.), XXII 134, 142
Chambers, Robert: Additional Army candidate (Pa.): XXII 135, 146
Chambers, Stephen: Army (American Revolution), I 433
Executors of Chambers v Herrick: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 64
Executors of Chambers v Wentworth: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 64
Chambersburg, Pa.: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 136
Chambonas, Stanislas Guillaume de: French Minister of Foreign Affairs, XII 432, 437, 448
Chamier, —— (Mrs. Daniel), III 478
Chamier, Daniel: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 478
Champan, Robert I.: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 124
Champion (Champney), Alexander: London merchant, VII 194, XXVI 821
Champion, Henry: deputy commissary general of purchases (American Revolution), I 424, II 67, 68
Champion, Reuben: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 274
Champion and Dickason: London merchant firm, VII 194
Champlain, Samuel de: and exploration of North America, III 706, 707
Champlain, N.Y.: collector of customs for District of, see Woolsey, Melancthon Lloyd
Champlin, Christopher G.: member, House of Representatives (R.I.), XXII 382, XXIV 597; and election of 1800, XXV 31–32
Champlin, George: R.I. merchant, and election of 1800, XXV 5n, 32
Champlin, Jabez: Army (American Revolution), II 595, 596n; report on petition of, XVI 65
Champlin, John T.: New York City merchant, and importation of gunpowder, XXII 235, 236n
Champlin and Smith: Hamilton’s law practice, and debt to Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 303
Champneys, Benjamin: Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 130
Chance (brig): customs violations, XI 217, 415, 505
Chancery courts, see Judiciary
Chandler, John: Army (American Revolution), I 348; Conn. Board of Assistants, IX 534
Chandler, Richard: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 586, XXIV 247, 248
Chandler, Thomas: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 318, 333, 338; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 83, 84n, 138, 376, 466, 561, 563, XXIV 8, 59, 329, 474, 632
Chandler, Thomas Bradbury: A friendly address …, XXVI 353, 354n
Chandler, Walter: and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XIII 227
Changemens faits à l’Ordonnance provisoire concernant les Manœuvres des Troupes à Cheval …, XXIII 54n
Changuion, Daniel: and XYZ affair, XXI 429n
Channing, Walter: agent for fortifying port of Newport, R.I., XVI 257, 311, 377, 446, 489, XVIII 9
Channing, William: and Newport, R.I., committee to welcome Washington (1781), II 583–84; U.S. attorney for the District of R.I., VII 91, 373, VIII 184, 495, 585, IX 5, 95, 205, 207, 283, 304–5, 368, 455, 478, X 353, XI 292, 505, XII 9, 273, 299, 605–7, 619–20, XIII 13, 234, 315, XIV 320, XVII 446n, XXVI 598, 599, 622, and Welcome Arnold, XIII 240n, 243, 381, and collusive transfers, XII 336, 375, 531n, death of, XV 340, 341, 357, 372n, 402n, 447–48. See also “Treasury Department circulars to the district attorneys”
Chapin, Israel, Sr.: U.S. Indian agent, XIII 109, 138–39, 215n, 568, XIV 10n, 12n, 13, XV 585, XVI 428, 515, XVII 525, XXIV 338, 352, 440
Chapin, Israel, Jr.: deputy U.S. Indian agent, XIII 215n, XV 524, XVI 515n
Chapman, Elijah, Jr.: comment on Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 276
Chapman, James: postmaster, Elizabeth Town, N.J., XXIV 469n, Hamilton’s account with, XXV 8
Chapman, James: Pa. surveyor and land speculator, XVIII 265, 339n
Chapman, John: Charleston, S.C. merchant, IV 278n
Charcoal: and manufacture of brass, X 204, of copper, X 319, of iron, X 198–99, 314
Charilaus, I 397
Charlemagne (Charles the Great or Charles I), IV 182, 190, 385
Charles: Hamilton’s servant, XXVI 615–16
Charles I (king of England), I 113, 116, 411, III 265n, 711, IV 593, 705, XIX 502n
Charles II (king of England, Scotland, and Ireland), I 117, 119, 122, 411, III 707, IV 135, 429, 505, 593, XIX 502n, 503, XXV 321n
Charles III (king of Spain), VII 466
Charles IV (king of Spain), XX 156, XXV 372n
Charles V (emperor of Holy Roman Empire), IV 311
Charles X (king of France), see Artois, Charles-Philippe, comte d’
Charles XI (king of Sweden), XIX 503n
Charles XII (king of Sweden), I 158, V 355
Charles, Duke of Södermanland: regent of Sweden, XV 227n
Charles, Joseph: “The Origins of the American Party System,” II 235
Charles City County, Va., V 8n; excise survey, IX 428
Charles County, Md., II 585; excise survey, IX 428, XII 94
Charles Louis, archduke of Austria, XX 415, 416n, XXII 577
Charles Prince of Hess (ship): customs regulations, XVI 463
Charles River, Mass., II 140
Charleston, S.C., II 116, 181, 194, 210, 327, 428n, III 46, 71, 605n, VI 267n, 370, VII 458n, VIII 225, 275, 275n, 349, IX 10n, 164, X 428, 468n, 506, XV 682, XVI 43n, 49n, 89, 206n, XXIV 393n; address by citizens of, XXI 472; and American Revolution, I 315, II 195, 225, 251, 549, XVI 66, 87 XXVI 374–75, 376n, 413, prisoners at, XI 403n, proposed French expedition, II 394–95, 520, III 71, 96, 97n, seige, surrender, and British occupation and evacuation of, I 483n, II 304n, 310, 311, 312, 324, 329, 332, 333, 348n, 349n, 428n, 430n, 529, 632, III 84, 84n, 121, 192, 204n, 225, 606, V 217n, 357, 358, X 411n, 423n, 428–29, 437, 447, 451, 453, 459, 465, 466, XVI 67n, 87, XXII 415n, XXIV 580n, XXVI 394n; arsenal at, V 390, VI 134, IX 469, XIII 133; and Bank of the U.S., IX 201, 201–2n, 520n, branch, XI 290, XVI 67n, 110; British consul at, XIV 452, 453 (see also Miller, Charles); British vice consul at, see Moodie, Benjamin, and Schoolbred, James; buoys for, XIII 146, XIV 239; Aaron Burr’s trip to, XXVI 20, 21n; and “Excise Law,” IX 9–10; exports from, XI 134, 199; fortification of, XXI 366; French consul at, XIV 353n, 452, 453, XV 113n, 244, XVI 102n (see also Du Pont de Nemours, Victor Marie, and Mangourit, Michel Ange Bernard de); French privateers at, XVI 102, 446–47n, 457, XVII 128n, 192–96, XVIII 6, XIX 271n, 524, XX 411n; interference with U.S. Government, XVI 477; Jay Treaty, opposition to, XVIII 531, XIX 87n, 108, 108–9n, 164–65n, 211, 218n, 253; lighthouse at, VI 46, VIII 181, 183n, superintendent of, see Blake, Edward, and Hollingsby, Thomas; manufacturing in, IX 170; port of entry, collector of customs, see Hall, George Abbot, and Holmes, Isaac, accounts, XI 238, customs accounts, XIII 38–39, 571, 573, 575, 577, 578, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87, customs duties, IX 3–4, naval officer for port of, IX 143n, XVIII 345–46, accounts, XI 238, surveyor of customs at, accounts, XI 235; and Quasi-War, XXII 263n, 348, 349, 462, 463, XXIII 120n, 168n, 193n, XXIV 97, 214n; “Report on Petition of Catharine Greene,” X 450, and Army supplies (American Revolution), X 408, 411, 413n, 421–22, 429, 441–43, 453–54n, 455–57, 459–60; revenue cutter at, VII 32, capt. of, see Cochran, Robert, and Hall, William; and H.M.S. Thetis, XXI 491n, 502–3; and U.S. frigates, XVI 304, 526, XVII 454, 468–69, XXII 162; Washington’s visit to, VIII 242, 470
Charleston County, S.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Charleston Office of Discount and Deposit, see Bank of the U.S.: branches of
Charleston Packet (brig), XXVI 92
Charlestown, Mass., II 141, V 537n, VI 428n, XVI 95, XXII 322n; and “Coasting Act,” VIII 576; collector of customs, see Lincoln, Benjamin, accounts, XI 236; and customs fees, IX 119; naval officer for the port of, see Lovell, James; and pay of customs officials, XVI 44; surveyor of customs for the port of, see Melville, Thomas
Charlestown, R.I., V 215
Charlotte, N.C.: and American Revolution, II 386, 531, 549, V 352; Washington’s visit to, VIII 243, 471
Charlotte (ship), XII 591
Charlotte (sloop): customs regulations, VI 514, 560
Charlotte County, N.Y., III 348, IV 41, 131. See also Washington County, N.Y.
Charlotte County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Charlotte Sophia (queen of England), XXV 203n
Charlottesville, Va.: and Convention troops, I 587, II 546
Charlton, John (Dr.), XXI 295n
Charming Sally (schooner): customs violations, VIII 183–84, 271
Charnock, Robert; and case of William Green, XII 45n
Charters, colonial: Hamilton on, in The Farmer Refuted, I 91
Chartres, Louis Philippe d’Orleans, duc de: Hamilton compared to, XXI 244
Chase, Daniel P.: Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 649
Chase, Jeremiah: and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XII 575n, XIV 344n
Chase, Samuel, XII 213, XIX 358; career, XXII 293n; comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 293; delegate, Continental Congress (Md.), I 480n; and election of 1800, XXV 34, 34–35n; Hamilton’s attacks against, in “Publius” letters, I 562–63, 567–70, 580–83, III 1, 2–4, 68, 130; and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XII 575, XIV 344n; opinion of, XXIV 559n; Supreme Court justice, XX 245n, impeachment, XXVI 190, 192–93n, and trial of John Fries, XXV 152n, 153–54, 157
Chase, Thomas: assistant quartermaster general (American Revolution), II 90n, accounts, XIII 40
Chase Manhattan Bank: founding of, XXII 446–50; and Hamilton’s dueling pistols, XXVI 214n
Chassanis, Pierre: director, Castorland colony, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 41n
Chastellux, François Jean, chevalier de (after 1784, marquis de), III 563–64, 590, 591n, 641; and American Revolution, II 512, 515, 561, 641; Voyages dans l’Amérique Septentrionale dans les années 1780, 81 et 82, II 642n, III 565n, IV 653, 654n
“Chatham”: Fitzhugh family estate in Va., VI 14, 15n
Chatham, Conn.: manufacturing at, IX 349–50
Chatham, N.J.: and American Revolution, I 205n, 261n, II 61, 335
Chatham County, Ga., X 436n
Chatham County, N.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
“Chatsworth”: William Randolph’s estate in Va., II 354n, 456n, 535n, III 71n
Chattahoochie River, XXIII 419n
Chaulton, John Usher: Md. quartermaster and commissary of military stores (Whiskey Insurrection), XVII 227
Chaumette, Pierre Gaspard: and French Revolution, XXII 76n
Chauvelin, Bernard-François, marquis de: French Minister to Great Britain, XIV 402n, 404, 407n, XXV 203n, ordered to leave Great Britain, XIV 291, 292n
Chauvet, David: criticism of France in letter to Albert Gallatin, XXII 1–2n
Chazy River, N.Y.: and British post, VIII 477n
Checks and balances in government: Hamilton on, in Constitutional Convention, IV 181, 185, 192, 193, 199, 200, 204, 214, in The Federalist, IV 334, 494–97, 497–502, 575–76, 609, 618, 619–20, 624, 628, 656, 663, 674–75, in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 28, 48, 94–96, 105, 151
Cheese: duty on, VIII 390, proposed, XXVI 513, 514; Hamilton’s proposal for tax on (1787), IV 44
Cheesecocks Patent, N.Y.: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 692
Cheeseman (Chessman), Joseph: and West Point (American Revolution), XVII 529
Cheetham, James: newspaper publisher and editor, and attack on Aaron Burr, XXVI 14n; and charges against Hamilton, XXV 536, 538n; and election of 1800, XXV 305n; and Hamilton’s Letter on John Adams, XXV 181; and Merchants’ Bank, XXVI 204n, 205; A Narrative of the Suppression by Col. Burr of the History of the Administration of John Adams, XXV 305n, XXVI 14n; A View of the Political Conduct of Aaron Burr, Esq. Vice-President of the United States, XXI 312n, XXV 310n, 316n, 346n, XXVI 14n
[Cheetham, James]: An Answer to Alexander Hamilton’s Letter, concerning the Public Conduct and Character of John Adams, Esq. President of the United States, XXV 181
Cheever, Abijah (Dr.): administrator of estate, VIII 27n
Cheever, Ezekiel: commissary (American Revolution), I 489
Chemung, N.Y.: and American Revolution, II 138; and dispute between John B. Church and Robert Morris, XX 75
Chemung County, N.Y., XX 75
Chenango country: western N.Y. region, and land speculation, XX 344n
Cheney, Alpheus: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 319, 325, 338; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 83, 84n, 562, 563, XXIV 8, 59
Cheney, Joseph: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 417
Chepawa Creek, see Chippawa Creek
Cheraw, S.C.: and American Revolution, II 549, 550–51n
Cherin, Louis: and French Revolution, XXI 292n
Cheriot, Henry: New York City merchant and client of Hamilton, XXV 240, 242n
Cherokee Indians: U.S. relations with, VI 485, IX 402, XI 276n, XII 560n, XIII 27–28, 29n, 50, 142, 144, 147, 148n, 562, XIV 339n, 360, 490n, XV 292, 296, 300, 339–40n, 524, 537, XVI 589n, XIX 9n, 14n, 461, XX 31, XXII 312n, XXIV 358, XXVI 165n
George Cherry v Samuel Curson and Isaac Gouverneur: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 63, XXVI 462n
Cherry, Thomas: founder of Cherry’s Mill and Cherry’s Fort, Washington County, Pa., XVII 352n
Cherrystone, Va.: port of entry, collector of customs, see Savage, George, and Wilkins, Nathaniel, accounts, XI 237, customs accounts, XIII 38–39, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87
Cherry Valley, N.Y., XXIV 33n; and disputed N.Y. gubernatorial election of 1792, XII 64–66, 66–67n; Massacre, I 583
Cherui (Cherni), Paul Arnaud: French vice consul, Alexandria, Va., XV 382, 383n; XXVI 846
Chesapeake (ship): and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 765
Chesapeake (U.S. frigate), XXIV 103n, XXV 580n
Chesapeake Bay, III 659, V 431, VII 62; and American Revolution, I 317, 318, 321, XXVI 363n, French fleet in, II 570, 571, 573, 579, 580, 581, 582, 583, 589n, and failure of fleet to appear, II 225, 226; and customs violations, VIII 25; and internal improvements, X 21, 39, XXVI 641; lighthouse keeper in, XIII 242, 303; lighthouse proposed, V 431; lighthouses, beacons, and buoys for, VI 45, 47, 261–62, 277, 281, 561; possibility of attack by France (1799), XXIII 193; possible strategic advantage to U.S., II 395; revenue cutters on, XI 489–91, proposed, VI 381, VII 31–32, 62
Chester (sloop): in Hamilton’s accounts, III 47
Chester, David: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 417
Chester, John: inspector of the revenue for the District of Conn., VIII 189, IX 427; reports to Hamilton on manufacturing in Conn., IX 318–63; supervisor of the revenue for the District of Conn., IX 215n, XI 450n, accounts, VIII 188, XIII 575, XV 488–95, appointment, VIII 187, IX 427, instructions to, XI 450, XIII 312n (see also “Treasury Department circulars to the supervisors of the revenue”), pay, XII 95
Chester, Md., VI 430; port of entry, collector of customs, see Scott, John, and Nichols, Jeremiah, accounts, XI 237, customs accounts, XIII 38–39, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87
Chester, N.Y., I 412; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 28, 31, 611, XXVI 805
Chester, Pa, II 35, VII 384, IX 213; and American Revolution, I 302, 338, headquarters, I 302
Chester County, Pa., III 574, XVIII 226n, XXVI 669n; and excise opposition, (1792) XII 367–68n, 595, (1794) XVII 38n; excise survey, VIII 189, IX 427
Chester County, S.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th earl of: British Minister to The Hague, IV 171, 408
Chesterfield County, S.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Chesterfield County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Chester River, Md.: and customs regulations, VI 456
Chevalier, James: New York City merchant and newspaper publisher, XXVI 780, 781n; recommends Additional Army candidate, XXIII 638
Chevallié, John A.: New York City merchant and agent to Beaumarchais in claim against U.S., XX 357n, 359, 361, XXI 323, XXVI 712
Chevallié, Pierre François: supercargo for Beaumarchais, XX 357
Chevallié and Rainetaux: New York City mercantile firm, XXVI 712n
Chew, Benjamin: Pa. lawyer and judge, IX 212, 289
Chicago, Northwest Territory, XXIII 388, 392
Chickamauga Indians, XIX 9n; U.S. relations with, XIV 490
Chickasaw Bluffs (Barrancas de Margot or Ecores à Margot), Tenn.: description and discussion of strategic importance of, XV 289n, 289–90, 291, 293, 294, 295, 297–98; Spanish occupation of, XIX 360n, 361n; U.S. garrison at, XXII 455, XXIII 230, 383, 385, 403, XXIV 360, XXV 245. See also Fort Pickering
Chickasaw Indians: U.S. relations with, XIII 50, 142, XIV 360n, 490, 493, 507–8, XV 8n, 291, 295, 296, 297, 339–40n, XVI 408n, 591n, XIX 14, 173n, 360n, 362–63n, XXIII 233n, 385, XXVI 165n
Child, Francis: comptroller of N.C., and state debt, VIII 565, 566, 567, 569, IX 122–23, 191–92, 387–88, X 556n, XVI 185–86n, 628
Child, John T.: shipmaster, XI 518
Child, William: plan for telegraph in New York City, XXI 520
Child labor: Tench Coxe on, in draft of “Report on Manufactures,” XXVI 636, 646; discussed in reports to Hamilton for “Report on Manufactures,” IX 374, 438, 446, XXVI 828; in England, XXVI 828; Hamilton on, in “Prospectus” for Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, IX 145, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 29, 34, 45, 63, 81–82, 92, 103, 106, 141, 142, 155, 252, 253, 270; in Ireland, XI 243
Childs, Cromwell: and estate of James M. Varnum, XV 514
Childs, Francis: New York City publisher, IX 48–49, 110, XII 210, 423n, XIII 480; and The [N.Y.] Daily Advertiser, IV 1n, 115, 229n, 249, 250, 288, V 262, 290–91n, 332n, 242n, VIII 167, XI 29, 190, 430, XV 355n, XVIII 283n, XXI 360n, XXVI 664; The Debates and Proceedings of the State of New-York, Assembled at Poughkeepsie …, V 11–12, 16–26, 31n, 36–45, 52–58, 60n, 62–63, 64n, 67–74, 80–86, 94–104, 112–13, 114–25, 136n, 139n, 142, 145n, 149n, 156n, 165n, 168n, 179n; and Philip Freneau, XII 100, 100–1n, 158, 210, 211n, 275, 384; and Hamilton’s accounts and law practice, III 29, 32, XXVI 472; laws published by, XII 182
Childs, Frances Sergeant: French Refugee Life in the United States, 1790–1800 …, XVI 234n, XXI 358n, XXVI 664–65n
Childs (Child), Rufus: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 319, 325; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 563n, 564, XXIV 59
Childs and Swaine: publishers of The [N.Y.] Daily Advertiser (1789–1794), and Philip Freneau, XII 100–1n, 194, 384; laws published by, XII 182. See also Childs, Francis, and Swaine, John
Chimneys: Hamilton on Count Rumford’s improvement of, XXIII 297
China, I 384, 387, 388, VII 533, 538, 577, 579, XXI 114; description of, by Thomas Randall, IX 38–55; duties on goods from, VI 375–76, XII 5–6, XXVI 513, 515; trade with, III 16n, V 453, 469, VIII 20–21, 21n, 539n, IX 143, X 44, 123; U.S. trade with, XIX 234, XXVI 644
Chinaware: duty on, VIII 483, X 16–17n, proposed, XXVI 515
Chinn, Edward: commissioner for adjusting accounts for R.I., V 403, 404; paymaster for Second Canadian Regt. (American Revolution), XVIII 231; warrant to, XIII 42
Chintz: duty on, VIII 448, X 16–17n, proposed, XXVI 517
Chios (Scio), Aegean island, I 384
Chipman, Daniel: The Life of Hon. Nathaniel Chipman, LL. D., V 162–63n, XVI 465n
Chipman, John: Additional Army candidate (Vt.), XXII 119; Army (Quasi-War), XXII 428, 430
Chipman, Nathaniel: Vt. jurist and Federalist, VI 92; and admission of Vt. to Union and land dispute with N.Y., V 161–62, 163n, 186–87, 211–12, 218–20; comments on Additional Army candidates (Vt.), XXII 99, 115–18; Sketches of the Principles of Government, XVI 465n; U.S. judge for the District of Vt., pay, XIII 54, 142, 143, 565, XV 501, XVII 501; views on democratic societies, XVI 465–70
Chippawa Creek (Chepawa) (lower course of Welland River, Canada), XXIII 380
Chippewa Indians, XXIII 120, 122
Chisholm, John: and Blount conspiracy, XXI 45n
Chisholm v Georgia, XV 313–14n, XVII 12n
Chittenden, Thomas: governor of Vt., XVI 141, and admission of Vt. to Union and disputed lands, III 205, 257n, 281, 282n, V 161, 162, 162n, 211–12, 212n
Chitwood, John: Army (Quasi-War), surgeon, XXIV 638
Chlorine: discovery of uses of, XIII 280, 281n
Chocolate: duty on, X 170, 226, 336, proposed, XI 144; manufacture of, X 225–26, 335–36, in Providence, R.I., IX 440; proposed drawbacks on, X 20, 38, 335–36; tax on, William Bingham’s proposal for, V 550
Choctaw Indians: U.S. relations with, V 405, XIV 490, 507–8, 508n, 513–14, XV 291, 295, XIX 14n, 173n, XXII 579, XXVI 165n, 166n
Chollet, —— (Mr.): in Hamilton’s accounts, III 48
Samuel Chollet and Perigrine Bomdieu v The Brigantine William Tell, XV 589n
Choptank River, Md., XIV 425, 427n
Chouin, André-Michel, Victor, marquis de: and American Revolution, I 532n, 542, 543n, 547–48, 552, XXVI 791
Chowan County, N.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Chremnitz, see Kremnitz
Christian, James: second mate, S.C. revenue cutter, XVII 156n
Christiana, Del.: and American Revolution, I 329, XXVI 363n
Christiana Bridge, Del.: and American Revolution, I 323
“The Christian Constitutional Society,” XXV 606–10, 606n, 613
Christiansted, St. Croix: and Hamilton’s youth, I 1–3, 8n, 16n, 21n, XXVI 60n
Christie, Gabriel: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 306
Christie, Ian R.: The End of North’s Ministry: 1780–1782, XXVI 428n
Christie (Chrystie), James: and American Revolution, II 66, 67
Christie (Chrystie), (John?): and mutiny of Pa. militia, III 440n
Church, Angelica Schuyler (Mrs. John B.) (sister of Elizabeth Hamilton), II 271n, 286, 482, 599, 641, 642n, 646, 654n, 666, 667n, 676, 678, 679n, 683, III 10n, 97, 258, 460, 508, 522, 559, 572, 576, 579, 580, 587, 604, 658, 658n, 667, 681, V 339, 340n, 343n, VII 136, 239, VIII 320n, IX 4, 5n, XI 522–23n, XIV 305n, 533n, XV 404n, 661n, XVI 27n, 58, 609, XVII 95n, XVIII 40n, 296, 359, 466n, 503n, XIX 312–13, XX 38, 78–79n, 141, 188, 322, XXI 8n, 89, 164, 175, 177, 296, 324, 326, 335, 388, 482, 496, XXII 35n, 77, 80, 153, 181, 233n, 313, 404, 435, 450, 524n, XXIII 89n, 437, XXIV 219, 223, 230, 363, 602, XXV 4n, 46, 49, 252n, 336n, 372n, 413, 416, 444, 580, 581n, 586, 604n, XXVI 19, 41n, 60n, 92n, 94n, 137, 139n, 369n, 434n, 661n, 711n, 749n, 799n, 813; friendship with Hamilton, III 619–20, IV 279, 374–76, V 497, 501–2, VI 50, 245, 280, VII 20, 608, IX 266–67, 267n, 548–49, XIV 89, XV 247, 592–93, XVII 340, 428–29, XVIII 287–88, XX 56, 233, 235–36, 333–34, 471–72, XXIV 211–12, with Jefferson, IV 293–94n, with La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, XVII 251–52, with Vicomte de Noailles, XIV 89, with Talleyrand and Beaumetz, XVI 380n, XVII 252, XX 69; Hamilton’s account with, III 55, 56, 59, 59–60, V 494; introduces Joseph Priestley, XVI 225; James McHenry’s opinion of, III 129–30; marriage, II 306, 307n; residence in England, III 417, 620, 620n, IV 280n, 376n, V 339, 340n, 494, 497, 501, 513, VII 136, XXVI 661n, 779n, 813; seeks return of slave, III 584–85, 588; Trumbull portrait of, XXIV 211–12, 212n
Church, Catherine (daughter of John B. and Angelica Schuyler Church), III 658n, VI 50, XX 334n, XXII 524, XXIV 219, 226, 463, 602, XXVI 90, 92, 858, 867. See also Cruger, Catherine
Church, Edward: U.S. consul at Lisbon, XV 456, 457n, 460, XVI 452, XVII 543
Church, Elizabeth (daughter of John B. and Angelica Schuyler Church), VI 50, XXV 604n, XXVI 59–60, 867
Church, James: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 318, 320, 338; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 563n, 564, XXIV 10n, 59
Church, John B. (alias John Carter during American Revolution) (English husband of Angelica Schuyler Church and brother-in-law of Elizabeth Hamilton): II 599, 646, 648, III 258, 459, 480, 509, 511, 512, 520, 524, 560, 566, 600, 620, 635, 637, 640, 649, 670, 680, IV 374, 375–76, 376, V 502, 513, VI 50, VII 608, XV 593, XVI 58, 225, 609, XVII 340, 429, XVIII 205n, 288, XX 43, 233, XXI 102, 162, 175, 177, 326, 388, 496, XXII 77, 80, 153, 161, 261, 426, 450–51n, 490, XXIV 212, 438, 602, XXV 340, 481, 483; and background to Hamilton’s “Report on the Bank,” VII 243, 255; and Bank of North America, investment in conducted by Hamilton, III 477, 481, 497–98, 504–5, 507–8, 509–10, 511, 523, 524–25, 558, 570, 576, 625–26, 643–44, 645–46, 660, 692–93, V 514–15, VI 273–74, 278–79, 308, 329, 332, 347–49, VII 243, XXVI 449; and Bank of N.Y., investment in conducted by Hamilton, III 515n, 521, 558, 571, XV 404, 414–15, XVI 26–27, 41, 129, 219, 438, 491; business negotiations with Robert Morris, XXI 309, 338n; contractor in American Revolution, papers of taken by Hamilton, III 458; contractor in partnership with Jeremiah Wadsworth for supplying France and U.S. forces in American Revolution, II 599, 640–42, 647–48, 676–77, III 129–30, XXI 481; and Tench Coxe, correspondence with Hamilton concerning land speculations with Coxe, XXI 163–64, land speculations with conducted by Hamilton, XIV 304–5, XV 661, XVIII 262–69, 272–74, 281–82, 290–92, 337–39, 346–47, XIX 88, XX 205–6, 258n, 390–91, XXI 86, XXII 172–73, 174–75, XXVI 697, 698–99n, 700, 702, 706, 707, 708–9, 709, 715, 716, 725, 726, 727–28, 729, 734–35, 742–43, 744; 745–46, 746–47, 747, 748, 749, 755, 756–58, 851, 852, negotiations with, on Coxe’s debt, XXVI 756; departure for England (1783), III 417; duel with Aaron Burr, XXVI 237, 241, 244n; election to Parliament (1790), IV 279, 280n, 375, 376n; family of, XXVI 60n, 92n, 94n, 867; and the Grange, XXV 38; Hamilton’s accounts with, III 10–12, 33–35, 55–56, VIII 279–80, 320, XVIII 503, 505–7, XXI 109–10, XXVI 610, 616; Hamilton’s estate, executor of, XXV 38, XXVI 305, 870; Hamilton’s financial arrangements with before H-Burr duel, XXVI 285, 286–87, 297–300, 301, 301–4, 336; and Hamilton’s funeral, XXVI 321n, 322, 324n; Hamilton as representative of, in business transactions, with John Chaloner, III 432, 432–33n, 473, 474, 477, 481, 497–98, 504–5, 507–8, 509–10, 511, 523, 524–25, 558, 560–61, 563–64, 570, 576, 587–88, 596, 650–51, 655, 659, 660, 692–93, IV 624, 624–25n, V 203, 234–35, 237, 240, 252, VIII 180, IX 559, XIV 533, XXVI 434, 448, 449–50, 457, 686, with Robert Morris, XVIII 295–301, 308–9, 358, 359–70, 469–70, 506, XIX 309, 430, 490–500, XX 40, 63–64, 74, 74–75, 103, 141–45, 157, 159–60, 166–67, 184–88, 188–89, 207, 529–30, 550, XXI 89–90, 95–96, 105, 120, 308–9, 315, 330, 336, 338n, 356, XXVI 526, 711, 745–46, with Jeremiah Wadsworth after American Revolution, III 10, 11, 33, 34, 35, 55, 56, 433n, 477, 508n, 509–10, 515n, 521–22, 525n, 558, 563, 565, 571, 600n, 601–3, 605, 625–26, 634, 643–44, 645–56, 651n, 652–53, 659n, 660, 680–81, IV 624, V 237n, 252, 513, VII 136, 243, VIII 180, 279–80, XI 522, XVI 339–40, 458–59, XVII 95, XVIII 40–41, XXVI 434, 610; house and lot for, XIX 312, XX 56, 78–79n, 236; land purchased with and from Hamilton, XXI 93–94, 469, XXII 396, XXVI 38, 97–98, 153, 154n, 220, 276, 283, 860–61; and Loyalists, postwar treatment of, III 559, 579; and Manhattan Company, XXII 446; miscellaneous business dealings of, conducted by Hamilton, III 376, 434, 464, 618–19, 622, 626, 634, 651–53, 666–67, 674, 680–81, IV 624, 647, V 514–15, IX 112, 559, XI 565–66, 592, XII 422, 543, XIII 245–46, XV 73, 636n, XVIII 301–2, 465, XIX 498, XX 215, 250, 324, 443, 532, 547, 548n, XXII 81n, XXIV 412, XXVI 40, 674, 710, 750; power of attorney for Hamilton, III 621; recommended by Hamilton for Government job, XXI 481; reports and instructions to Hamilton, III 507–8, 558–59, 565, 571–72, 579, 657–58, VII 136–37, IX 4–5, 289; reports from Hamilton on legal and business affairs of, III 520–22, 666–67, 674, 680–81, XXV 392–94; reports on French and U.S. military plans (American Revolution), II 640–41, 676; return to England after American Revolution and placement of business affairs under Hamilton’s direction, III 10n; return to U.S. (1785), III 603–4, IV 624–25n, (1797), XX 233n, 334, XXI 8, 12, 89, 111n; and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 136, 159–62, 163
Church, John B., Jr. (son of John B. and Angelica Schuyler Church), III 658n, VI 50, XXVI 867
John B. Church, Jr. v Tuthill Hubbart: Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 481n, XXVI 156n, 158, 159n, 171n
Church, Philip (son of John B. and Angelica Schuyler Church), II 678, III 508, 579, 658n, VI 50n, XVIII 359n, 365, XXI 481, 482n, XXII 233, 313, 314n, 450–51n, XXIV 212n, 524, 525n, XXV 436n, 604, XXVI 93, 94n, 138, 139n, 867; Additional Army candidate (N.Y.) and appointment as captain, XXII 35, 102, 107, 153, 154n, 161, 172, 178, 180–81, 206, 217, 409, 412; Army (Quasi-War), aide-de-camp to Hamilton, XXII 370, 371n, 403n, XXIII 89, 96, 134n, 181, 625, 643, 647, XXIV 113, 122, 123n, 229, 578n, 586, XXV 4n, 196
Church, Richard Stephen (son of John B. and Angelica Schuyler Church), XXVI 867
Church, Samuel W.: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 342, 366, XXIV 10n, 343n, 387, 407
Church, Thomas: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 608
Church, Timothy: and N.H. grants, III 204
Church, W., see Church, Samuel W.
Church v Fitzsimmons: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 34
Church v LeRoy, Bayard, and McEvers: and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 365n
Church v Morris and Hamilton: and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 363, 363n, 364n
Church v Thomas Morris: and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 299–300
Churchill, Charles: and reply to Hamilton’s attack on George Clinton, IV 249n
Churchman, John: Md. Quaker, businessman, and scientist, IX 412, 413n
Church of England: in America, IV 32
“Cicero”: pseudonym of author attacking Hamilton’s “Camillus” essays, XIX 393
Cicero, M. Tullius, IV 185, XIX 332–34
Cilley (Cilly), Bradbury: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 113, 114, 428, 430
Cilley, Joseph: Army (American Revolution), I 513, XXII 113n
Cincinnati, Northwest Territory, VIII 361n, IX 211n, X 375n, XVII 418n, XXIII 45, 378n, 522, XXIV 14, 36
Cincinnati, Society of the, VI 481–82, VIII 311, XI 162, XVI 205n, XVIII 378n, XXIII 245, 246n, XXIV 256, 257n, XXV 119, 562, 563, XXVI 9n, 294; constitution of, and relation to state societies, III 635–37, 638–40, 657–78, 693–96, IV 33–34, 118–19; and Continental certificates, XIII 521–23n; and foreign officers, III 639–40, 696; Hamilton as delegate to, IV 158, 647, as president general of, XXIV 453–54, XXVI 1, 328, as vice president of, XXIII 103; and Hamilton’s funeral, XXVI 322, 324, 328; opposition to, by Antifederalists, IV 241; state society of, N.H., VIII 403n, N.J., XXIII 246n, N.Y., IV 34n, 647, V 299–300, 345–46n, XXII 88n, XXIV 119, 120n, XXV 562, XXVI 471, R.I., XXV 395, Va., IV 33–34, 119n
“Cincinnatus”: pseudonym of author attacking Hamilton’s Letter on John Adams, XXV 180n
Cincinnatus (ship), XXI 179n
“Cinna”: pseudonym attributed to Brockholst Livingston for articles attacking Jay Treaty, XVIII 477, 508n, XIX 98–105, 124–34, 154–55
Cipher: description of a, XXVI 121–23; proposed by Philip Schuyler, XXIII 173, 180–81n, XXIV 167–68
Circassia, Russia, I 389
Circuit courts, see Judiciary
Cisalpine Republic, XXI 204n, XXV 332–33n
Cisne (Portuguese armed frigate): capture of, XXVI 28n
“A Citizen”: pseudonym of author of letter to Philadelphia newspaper concerning French seizures of American ships, XX 227n
“A Citizen”: pseudonym of individual who provided abstract of Jay Treaty to Philadelphia paper, XVIII 390n
“A citizen”: pseudonym of Md. author advocating that Federalists vote for Charles Carroll of Carrollton instead of John Adams in 1792, XII 603
Citizen Genet (Patriot): French privateer outfitted by Edmond Charles Genet, and seizure of British ships and ensuing diplomatic controversy, XIV 451, 509n, 548–49n, XV 2–4, 24–25n, 74, 87, 160, 161n, 170n, 181, 182–83, 246, 372–73, 384n, XVI 242
Citizenship: and customs regulations, VI 390–91; Hamilton on provisions concerning, in Jay Treaty, XIX 115, 164, 168–69, 210, 211; Hamilton on rights of Loyalists to, after American Revolution, III 533–58; rules governing, Hamilton on at Constitutional Convention, IV 234
City Tavern, New York City, V 269n, 275n, 285n, 345n. See also Bardin’s Tavern
Civil law: under Constitution, Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 680–82, 687–702
Civil war: Hamilton on, in “Tully No. IV,” XVII 178–80; Hamilton on danger of, in The Federalist, IV 312–13, 365, 387–88, at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 19, 22, 28, 31–32
“Civis”: Hamilton’s pseudonym in articles defending fiscal policy, written in reply to articles by “Mercator”, XII 320–27, 357–61
Clagett (Clagget), Horatio: Baltimore, Md., merchant, and customs regulations, XVI 82, 83n; paymaster of Md. line (American Revolution), payment by, XIII 40
Clagett, Judson: Baltimore, Md., merchant, and customs regulations, XVI 82, 83n
Clagett, Thomas: Baltimore, Md., merchant, and customs regulations, XVI 82, 83n
Claghorn, George: comment on Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 332
Claiborne, Eliza Lewis (Mrs. William C. C.), XXVI 165n
Claiborne, Ferdinand L.: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 582, XXIV 34, 36, 62, 244, 397, 398n, 406, 625
Claiborne (Claybourne), Richard: Army (American Revolution), II 110, 343
Claiborne (Claibourne, Clayborne), William C. C.: career, XXVI 164n; comments on Additional Army candidates (Tenn.), XXII 310–11, 312n; commissioner to receive La. from France, XXVI 164–65; governor, Miss. Territory, XXVI 164, 184, 218n; member, House of Representatives (Tenn.), XXIV 210n, 626, 629, 631, 652, 653, 654, XXV 359n
Claibourne, see Claiborne
Clairac, Louis-André de La Mamie de: L’Ingénieur de campagne …, XXIII 490
Clairborn, William: engrossing clerk, House of Representatives, pay, XIII 69
Clap, Supply: commander of fort at Portsmouth, N.H., VI 43, 48, 452
Clapham, J. H.: The Abbé Sieyès, XXI 417n
Clapham, Sir John: The Bank of England, A History, V 547n
Clapham, Josias (Josiah): report on petition of, XI 300–2
Clapp, James: New York City grocer, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 171, 172
Clapp, Jeremiah: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 337
Clapper, —— (Mr.): in Hamilton’s accounts, III 15
Clarendon County, S.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Clark, ——: shipmaster, XVI 556
Clark (Clarke), Abraham: delegate, Annapolis Convention (N.J.), III 686n, 690; member, Continental Congress (N.J.), III 224n, 233n, 280n, 367n, 373n, V 201n; member, House of Representatives (N.J.), XI 351n, XVI 43n, 273n, 275n, 276n, pay, XV 508, XVII 506
Clark, Allen C.: Greenleaf and Law in the Federal City, XV 619n, XX 232n
Clark, Benhoni: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 273
Clark, Elijah (Ga.): and Edmond Charles Genet, XV 625n, XXII 260n, XXVI 847; and relations with Indians, XVI 589–90n, 601n, XVII 13n, 274, 341
Clark, Elijah (N.J.): comment on Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 122
Clark, Erastus: Hamilton-Oneida Academy trustee, XIX 146–47
Clark, George Rogers, XI 270–71n, XIII 470–71n; Army (American Revolution), II 289–92, VII 113n; proposed expedition against Spain, XI 23n, XV 625n, XVI 137–38n, XXII 257–58n, 258
Clark, Henry: payment for stakage at Albemarle Sound, N.C., XV 271n
Clark, John: Providence, R.I., merchant, XI 460, 461n, XV 358n; and customs regulations, X 483, 484n, XI 217n, 518n, XII 40n. See also Clark and Nightingale
Clark (Clarke), John, Jr.: Army (American Revolution), XXVI 731n, 850, 865, petition of, XXVI 731–32; comments on Additional Army candidates (Pa.), XXII 139, 142, 144; seeks appointment, XVIII 200
Clark, Jonas: comment on Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 324
Clark, Jonathan: Army (American Revolution), II 165n
Clark, Oliver: Army (American Revolution), II 117
Clark, Peleg: and customs regulations, IX 94
Clark, Salmon: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 280
Clark, Silas: Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 631
Clark, Simon: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 273
Clark, Thomas: Army (American Revolution), II 22, 48, 193, 530
Clark, Victor S.: History of Manufactures in the United States, 1607–1860, X 309n
Clark, Waters: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 278
Clark, William (Ky.): Regular Army (1795), XIX 360–61n
Clark (Clerk), William (Mass.): Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 465, 466n
Clark and Nightingale: Providence, R.I., merchant firm, and customs regulations, X 483–84, 526–27, XII 101, 155–56, 290. See also Clark, John, and Nightingale, Joseph
Clarke, see also Clark
Clarke, Alured: British general and lieutenant governor of Lower Canada, VII 119, 120n, XIII 383n, XIV 10, and collector of customs at Alburg, Vt., X 498–99
Clarke, George: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 210–11
George Clarke ex patent Lindsay v Patentees of Salisbury: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 210–11n
Clarke, Henri Guillaume: agent of Duke of Orleans, and Hamilton’s law practice, XIX 147–48n
Clarke, John: secretary, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, IX 105
Clarke, Joseph: bid for construction of Cape Henry lighthouse, VII 413, 415
Clarke, Winlock: Additional Army candidate (Del.), XXII 283
Clarkson, Ann Margatet, II 19–20
Clarkson, David: student with Hamilton at King’s College, I 80
Clarkson, David M.: New York City merchant, V 494
Clarkson, Mary (Mrs. Matthew), II 558–59
Clarkson, Matthew (N.Y.): New York City merchant and Federalist, III 566, 571, XXI 482n; Army (American Revolution), II 559n, III 565n, XXIII 632, 637; career, XIX 441n, XXII 85n, XXVI 297n; comments on Additional Army candidates (N.Y.), XXII 101, XXIII 632, 637; commissioner of loans (N.Y.), appointment, XVIII 42, 43n, 43, 152–53; considered for collectorship of port of N.Y., XXI 54, XXVI 751–52; declines military appointment (Quasi-War), XXII 85; and defense of New York City, XXI 483, 484n, XXII 225, 226n, 250, 252, 263, 373n, 476–77; and Government bills on Amsterdam, XIII 494; Hamilton’s estate, trustee of, XXV 38, XXVI 297–300, 336, 870; and Hamilton’s funeral, XXVI 323; mentioned for cabinet position, XIX 441; N.Y. State militia, and Quasi-War, XXIV 114; recommended as inspector of the revenue (N.Y.), VII 377; regent, University of the State of N.Y., III 563–64; and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, director of, XII 539, 540n, 551n; U.S. marshal for the District of N.Y., pay, XVII 501
Clarkson, Matthew (Pa.): mayor of Philadelphia, XII 188n, XVI 403, 412–13n, 482–84, and yellow fever epidemic, XV 384
Clarkson, Matthew M.: collector of revenue, New York City, XI 274–75
Clarkson, Thomas: honorary French citizenship, XII 546n
Clarkstown, N.Y.: in American Revolution, I 475, 555
Claros, I 384
Clason, Isaac: New York City merchant, X 526n, XX 127n, XXVI 142; debt to Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 302
Classes: Hamilton on nature of, and relation to government in The Federalist, IV 479–84, 528–29
Claverack, N.Y., V 528n, VI 552n, VIII 485n, XXIII 437, 438n; in American Revolution, I 412, II 164; county seat of Columbia County, N.Y., IV 106–7n; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 416, 417n, 421n, 422, XXVI 113n, 142–43n, 162–63n, 168, 177, 225n, 227n, 289n
Clavière, Etienne: Geneva banker and French Minister of Finance, XI 596n, XII 426n; Considerations on America …, X 5–6, 232n, 234n, 241n, 258n; and French economy, XI 184, XII 535; and Jefferson, X 6n; proposal to purchase U.S. debt to France, V 572n, VI 213n, XII 162–64n, 373n, 468, XIV 519n; and U.S. debt to foreign officers, XII 373–74; views, on foreign trade, X 258n, on manufacturing, X 234n, 241n, on Physiocrats, X 6n, 232n, 262n, on U.S. debt to France, XIII 4–5n, 182n, 186n
Clavière, Etienne, and J. P. Brissot de Warville: De la France et des Etats-Unis …, XI 184n. See also Clavière, Etienne: Considerations on America
Clavigero, Abbé D. Francesco Saverio: The History of Mexico, XX 11–13n
Clawsen, —— (Gen.), XX 457
Claxton, Thomas: assistant doorkeeper, House of Representatives, V 310, pay, XIII 67, 69, 71, 147, 563, XVII 508; and contingent expenses of House of Representatives, XI 279; messenger, House of Representatives, pay, XV 509
Clay, Joseph: Savannah, Ga., merchant and planter, V 419; agent for naval armament, XVI 455–56n, 567, XVII 339, 454, 455, 457, 467, 468, 469, 471, 472, XVIII 10, 11n, 170, 195; and claim of Nathanael Greene, X 436, 464; U.S. claim against, VI 38
Clay, Joseph, and Company, XII 126n, XVIII 195n, XXV 77n
Clayborne, see Claiborne, William C. C.
Claypoole, David C.: Philadelphia newspaper publisher, XIX 496n, XX 318n; and Government printing, XVII 541; and Washington’s Farewell Address, XX 170–71, 173, 318
Claypoole, Septimus: Philadelphia newspaper publisher, XX 318n
[Philadelphia] Claypoole’s American Daily Advertiser, XX 318n
Clayton, James (son of Joshua Clayton): comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 290
Clayton, James, Jr.: Additional Army candidate (Del.), XXII 284
Clayton, Joshua: president of Del., IX 317–18, 400–1, and French privateers, XV 261n, XVII 107–8, and settlement of accounts between U.S. and individual states, XV 397, 639; U.S. Senator (Del.), comments on Additional Army candidates (Del.), XII 282, 283, 284
Clement, Richard: Pa. militia, Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 371–72n
Clementina (sloop): customs regulations, IX 305, 455, 488–89
Clements, Charles: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 304
Clements, Thomas B.: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 301
Clemm (Clen), William: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 302
Clemson, Eli (Elias) B.: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 582, 660, 661, 663, 668, 675, XXIV 245
Clendenon (Clendennon, Clindonnon), Samuel: clerk, register’s office, Treasury Department, pay, XI 392, XIII 466
Cleomenes (king of Sparta), IV 383
Clerfayt, François Sebastien Charles Joseph de Croix, comte de: and Battle of Turcoing, XVII 96, 97n
“Clermont”: home of Robert R. Livingston, III 415n
Clermont, N.Y.: establishment of, by N.Y. legislature, IV 3
Clermont County, S.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Clift, Lemuel: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 415, 416n
Clifton, N.J., XXVI 403n
Clifton Park Patent: boundary dispute, XV 12
Cliland, George: and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 397, 398n, XX 317
Clinch River, Southwest Territory, XV 287, XXIII 36n
Clindonnon, see Clendenon
Cline, George: New York City accountant, XXVI 126n
Clingman, Jacob: and claim of Baron de Glaubeck, XIV 462n, XXI 194, 195n; and Hamilton’s dispute with Andrew G. Fraunces, XIV 466–69; and “Reynolds Affair,” X 377–78n, XI 354n, XIII 115–16n, 317, 330, XXI 127–31, 135–37, 140–41, 145, 153–55, 169, 170–71, 172, 174, 176, 177n, 178–179, 180–81, 182, 184–85, 186, 188, 190n, 191–92, 194, 211, 223–25, 228, 231–38, 245–51, 254–55, 258, 261–68, 270, 271–75, 276–81, XXVI 839
Clingman, Maria (Mrs. Jacob), XXI 285. See also Reynolds, Maria (Mrs. James)
Clinton, Cornelia (daughter of George Clinton and wife of Edmond Charles Genet), XV 377, 378n
Clinton, Cornelia Tappan (Mrs. George), II 642
Clinton, DeWitt (son of James Clinton): and Aaron Burr, XXVI 188n; career, XXVI 181n; mayor of New York City, XXVI 318n; proposed amendment to U.S. Constitution, XXV 513n; second to James Nicholson in abortive duel with Hamilton, XVIII 472n, 490n, 503n; secretary of Governor George Clinton, XVIII 256–57n
Clinton, George: governor of N.Y. (1777–1795, 1801–1803), III 433, 478, VIII 213, IX 206, 246, X 525n, XI 24n, XVIII 18, XX 71, 220n, XXII 119, XXV 102n, XXVI 440n, 447, 710; and amendments to Constitution, V 246n; and American Revolution, I 302, 308, 313, 357, 358–60, 361, 363–64, 369, 371–72, 430, 438, 475n, 479, 540, 564, II 20, 21, 23, 38, 47, 55, 72, 75, 85, 86, 138, 149, 189, 194, 195, 197, 227, 325–26, 331, 339, 345–46, 369, 384, 425, 433, 442, 448, 495, 500, 526, 540, 570, 574, III 116n, 125n, 155n, V 263, 264, 267, 268, 269, 270, XXVI 374, 376n, Hamilton’s letters to concerning developments in N.Y., course of war, and policies of Continental Congress, I 368, 425–28, 439–42, II 138–39, XXVI 430; and Annapolis Convention, III 666n; Army (American Revolution), I 197, 217, 234, 269, 279, 297; and Aaron Burr, opposition to, XXVI 188, 188n; and call for a convention to revise Articles of Confederation, III 113n; candidate as Minister to France, XVI 423; and “Cato” and “Caesar” letters, IV 278n, 284n, 287n, 355n, 583; and charges that Hamilton was a monarchist, XXVI 197, 198n, 199–200, 201–2, 202–3, 208–9, 209–10, 211, 211–12; on Constitutional Convention and Constitution, IV 229–32, 242, 248–53, 280–81, 287n, 353n, 583, 651; elected as governor, I 297–98, 306; and election of electors and U.S. Senators from N.Y. (1789), V 246n, 361n, 363n; and French privateers, XIV 534–35, 540n, XV 2–3, XVII 100n; and Hamilton as delegate to Continental Congress (1787), appointment, IV 492–93, correspondence on developments in N.Y. and Congress under Articles of Confederation, III 188–89, 206n, 208–9, 212, 225–26, 229–31, 236, 240–41, 255–56, 266–67, 268–74, 275–76, 280–81, 290, 294, 303–4, 311–13, 321, 328, 338–39, 354–56, 367–72, 377, 378n, 407–8, 418–19; and Hamilton as member of Assembly, speech on annual message of (1787), IV 2, 3–12, 13–17, 17–18, speech on letter from Secretary for Foreign Affairs, IV 21, 118; and Hamilton as receiver of Continental taxes, correspondence on finances and N.Y.-U.S. relations under Articles of Confederation, III 109, 123–24, 130–31, 147, 148–49, 158–59, 161–62, 177, 195–98; Hamilton on, (1782) III 137–38, (1787) IV 229–32, 242, 248–53, 280–81, 284, (1792) XII 568 (see also “H. G. Letters”); and Jay Treaty, XVIII 482; on Loyalists, V 300–1, 302–3n, 306, 307; and marriage of daughter to Edmond Charles Genet, XV 377, 378n; neutrality proclamation, support of, XV 228, 229n; and N.Y. debt to Federal Government, XV 621, 621–22n; and N.Y. gubernatorial election of 1789, V 262, 310–15, 317–29, 333–34, 334–35n, 344, 345n, X 581–82n (see also “H. G. Letters”), of 1792, X 580, XI 2, 110, 158n, 344n, 378n, 559, dispute over result of, XI 378–79n, 560n, 588–89, XII 21, 31n, 64–66, 99–100, 272, XIII 246, 247n, XXVI 238, of 1801, XXV 123–24, 340–41, 350–51, 366–67, 369–70, 373, 382, of 1804, XXVI 187–88, 191, 193n, 195; and N.Y.-Mass. land controversy, III 702–3; and N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 11n, 12–13, 52n, 57–58, 59, 60n, 99, 99n, 100n, 102, 112n, 114n, 115n, 140–41, 142n, 178, 184n; political alliance with Robert R. Livingston, VII 443–44, 616, VIII 4, XIII 481n; Public Papers of …, I 425n, 437n, 439n, II 331n, 426n, 667n, III 124n, 125n, 148n, 164n, 209n, 231n, 268n, 281n, 282n, 313n, 328n, 340n, 356n, 437n, XI 25n; and Edmund Randolph’s resignation as Secretary of State, XIX 432, 434n; and regents of University of the State of N.Y., XXVI 453–54; and special election to vacancy in House of Representatives, XVIII 256; and taxes in N.Y., II 642; James Tillary on, VII 615; Vice Presidential candidate, (1788–1789) V 225, 226n, 235, 248, 250–51, 252, (1792) XI 559, XII 209, 342, 387n, 408, 415–16, 418, 480, 493, 544, 567–68, XIII 338, (1804) nomination as, XXVI 193n; and western posts, garrisoning of after American Revolution, III 435–36, 458, 464–69. See also “Treasury Department circulars to the governors of the states”
Clinton, Sir Henry: British general in American Revolution and commander-in-chief of British forces in North America (1778–1782), I 348, 353, 356, 504n, 540–41, 604, II 8, 103, 128, 130, 144, 145n, 160–61, 163, 166, 195n, 206, 306, 307n, 341, 368, 369, 372–73, 380, 394, 423, 460n, 472, 477, 485, 574, 593, III 85, 93n, 118, 432n, 537, V 266n, XI 317, 318n, XXII 121n, XXVI 425n, 448n, and John André, II 445–46, 466–69, Benedict Arnold’s treason, II 445, 451–52, 461, 462, 469–70, capture of Charleston, II 304n, XXVI 395n, prisoner exchange, I 492, 494, 590n, 591–92, 595, 596–97, 598, II 20, 258, 272, 275–85, 295, 296n, 297, 300, 503, 544
Clinton, James (brother of George Clinton): Army (American Revolution), I 297–98, 531, 532, 532–33n, 564, 575, II 58, 59–60, 72, 73, 74, 85, 93, 122, 139, 265, 426, 494, 526, 527n, 562, proposed for promotion, III 224n, 234; and claims of Army officers from N.Y., XI 190n
Clinton, James G.: and Hamilton’s law practice XXI 126n
Clinton, Samuel: Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 245, 626
Clinton County, N.Y., V 36n, XXVI 47, 808n; and disputed N.Y. 1792 gubernatorial election, XI 589n, 590–91n, XII 66n, XIII 247n
Clocks: Hamilton’s proposal for tax on (1787), IV 45; manufacture of, in Providence, R.I., IX 445
Cloots (Clootz), Anacharsis: and French Revolution, XXI 403, XXII 76n; honorary French citizenship, XII 546n
Cloots, John Baptiste du Val de Grace, baron von, see Cloots, Anacharsis
Clopton, John: member, House of Representatives (Va.), XVIII 307, 308n
Closen-Haydenbourg, Jean Christophe Louis Frédéric Ignace, baron de: aide-de-camp to Rochambeau, II 578
Clossy, Miles F.: clerk, register’s office, Treasury Department, pay, XI 390, XIII 466
Clossy, Samuel (Dr.): professor of anatomy, Columbia College, XXV 437
Closter, N.J.: and American Revolution, I 391
Cloth: manufacture of, in Va., IX 280–82
Clothier general, see American Revolution, Army, and United States Army (Quasi-War)
Clothing: duty on, X 16–17n, proposed, XXVI 516; manufacture of, X 284
Clothing department, see American Revolution, Army, and Public creditors and United States Army (peacetime)
Clough, —— (Lt.): and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 215
Clow, Andrew, and Company: Philadelphia brokers, XV 618–19, 620, XVI 362
Clymer, Daniel: comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 136; requests soldier’s discharge (Quasi-War), XXIII 610
Clymer, George, XVI 147n; and Bank of North America, III 626–27n, 660–61n; delegate, Continental Congress (Pa.), I 231; member, House of Representatives (Pa.), pay, XIII 64, 66, 68; supervisor of the revenue for the District of Pa., VIII 187, XII 346–47n, 409, 506, 595, XIII 328, XVI 21n, 147n, XXIV 538–39, XXV 426, XXVI 723, and accounts, XV 488–95, and excise opposition (1792), XII 305–10n, 311–12, 332–33, 415, 495–97, 517–22, 540–42, XIII 277–78, XVII 33n, 34n, 36n, 37n, 39n, 186, pay, IX 427, resignation, XVI 484n. See also Meredith and Clymer
Clymer, Henry: witness to Treasury Department agreement, XIV 501n
Cnaicon, I 398
Coaches: duty on, proposed, XXVI 515; Hamilton’s proposal for tax on (1787), IV 43; manufacture of, in Providence, R.I., IX 446
Coakley, John: executor of will of James Lytton, I 40n, XX 457
Coal, VIII 36; bounty on, X 206, 320; Tench Coxe on, X 320n; drawback on, XVIII 164; duty on, proposed, XXVI 514; in Great Britain, X 205; as household fuel, X 205; imports of, XVIII 164; and manufacture of iron, X 205, 314, 319, in Conn., IX 344; and manufacturing, X 100, 182, 294; mines, X 199, 205–6, 314, 320; and navigation, X 205, 320; premiums on, X 205–6, 320; Adam Smith on, X 320
“Coalition Bank,” see Bank of Pennsylvania
Coast Guard: origins of, and Hamilton’s plans for establishment of, VI 380–81, 400
“Coasting Act,” see Congress of the U.S., acts of, “An Act for Registering and Clearing Vessels, Regulating the Coasting Trade, and for other purposes” (September 1, 1789) and “An Act for enrolling and licensing ships or vessels to be employed in the coasting trade and fisheries, and regulating the same” (February 18, 1793)
Coasting trade: and Tench Coxe’s drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 21, XXVI 641; and Hamilton’s “Report on Manufactures,” X 12, 39; proposals for new regulations concerning, X 510, 522; regulations concerning, V 504–6, 521–22, VI 30–31, 249, 378–79, 392–93, 395, 561–62, VIII 327, 328, 399, 430–31, 462–63, 473–74, 479, 480, 481, 486, 488, 533, IX 28, 107, 198, 243, 295, 412, 512, X 369–70, XII 30, 31n, 69–77, 83, 200–1, XIII 159n, 216–17, XVI 199, 229, 416, 541, XXVI 500, 501, 571, 598–600, 641; report on duties collected from, IX 538. See also Congress of the U.S., acts of: “An Act for Registering and Clearing Vessels, Regulating the Coasting Trade, and for other purposes” (September 1, 1789) and “An Act for enrolling and licensing ships or vessels to be employed in the coasting trade and fisheries, and regulating the same” (February 18, 1793)
Coats, John: comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 300, 304
Cobb, David: Army (American Revolution), XXII 151; proposed as Secretary of War, XIX 439
Cobb, Howell: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 75
Cobb, Nathan: cotton machinery manufacturer, Norwich, Conn., IX 332
Cobb, Samuel: Boston merchant, VIII 27, 62, 148
Cobbett, William [“Peter Porcupine”]: A little plain English …, XVIII 350n; Porcupine’s Political Censor, XX 488–89n
Cobenzl (Cobentzl), Count Philip: Austrian diplomat, XXV 147, 148n
Coboden, —— (Col.): comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 292
Cobscook River, see Schoodic River
Cochon de Lapparent, Charles: and John Skey Eustace, XXIII 20n
Cochran, Gertrude Schuyler (Mrs. John) (aunt of Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton), II 287n, 306, 552, 553n, III 604, IV 653, 654n, XXII 554n, XXIII 153n, XXVI 96, 137, 138n; and Hamilton’s first meeting with Elizabeth Schuyler, II 307n
Cochran, James: New York City attorney, comments on Additional Army candidates (N.Y. and Pa.), XXII 90, 92, 97, 100, 133, 604, 607; Hamilton’s law clerk, III 55, 59; and Quasi-War, XXIII 653, XXIV 603, 629
Cochran, John (Dr.) (husband of Gertrude Schuyler Cochran), II 307n, 350, 552, III 604n, IV 653, V 406, XXII 554n, XXIII 153, XXVI 96n; American Revolution, medical dept., II 527n, 553n, 558; commissioner of loans (N.Y.), VI 559, VII 107n, VIII 212, IX 264, 288, 296, 306, 307, 310–11, 377–78, XI 226, 258, 345–46, 348, 384, XII 63, XIV 62, XV 342, XXVI 707, accounts, XIII 284–85, XVIII 34n, administration of office and instructions to, VII 172, 203–4, VIII 223–24, 266, 474–75, XIV 293, XV 397, appropriation for office expense, XIII 127, discharge, VI 554n, XVIII 33, and failure of William Duer, XI 189, and invalid pensions, XXVI 604, pay, VI 537, XIII 562, payments to, XIII 42, for interest on public debt, XIII 97, 570, XV 529, XVI 523–24, XVII 265, 530, for invalid pensions, XIII 87, XV 526, XVII 526, XXVI 712, for pay and expenses, XIII 79, 562, XV 515, XVII 514, sureties for, VI 590n; Continental loan officer (N.Y.), accounts, VI 513, payments to, V 405, XIII 48, report on memorial of, VI 302–4; surety for Theodosius Fowler, VIII 247n, XIII 220, 222. See also “Treasury Department circulars to the commissioners of loans” and “Treasury Department circulars to the Continental loan officers”
Cochran, Robert: captain of S.C. revenue cutter, VIII 331, 349, 531, XVI 344, XVII 156
Cochran, Robert (N.Y.): Army (American Revolution), XI 16, 17n
Cochran, Walter L. (son of Dr. John Cochran): Army (Quasi-War), XXII 553, 554n, XXIII 76, 153, 171, 172n, 183n, 371–73, 628, 661, 663, 664, 670, 680, 689, 693
Cochran, William (New York City): comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 100
Cochran, William (Pa.): distiller, and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 49, 50, 381n
Cochrane, Sir Alexander Forester Inglis: British Navy (American Revolution), and brother’s watch, V 201, 202n; H.M.S. Thetis, and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 325, 327, 337–38, XXI 491, 500, 502, XXII 230, 232n
Cochrane, Charles (brother of Alexander Forester Inglis Cochrane): British Army (American Revolution), killed at Yorktown, I 268n, V 201, 202n, 206, 220, 230
Cock, William: New York City lawyer, Hamilton’s account with, XXVI 710
Cockle, (Hamilton?): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 41
Cockle, John (grandfather): and Hamilton’s law practice, V 343–44
Cockle, John: and Hamilton’s law practice, V 343–44
Cockle, Joseph: and Hamilton’s law practice, V 343–44
Cockle, Nelly; and Hamilton’s law practice, V 343–44
Cockle, Ruth: and Hamilton’s law practice, V 343–44
Cockle, Susanna: and Hamilton’s law practice, V 343–44
Cocks, Robert, see Cox, Robert
Cocks (Coxe), William: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 48, 100, 105; Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 674
Cocoa: drawback on, XVIII 164, XXVI 640; duty on, VIII 390, IX 445, 543, X 16–17n, 20, 38, 226, 336, 371–72, XVIII 148, 163–64, XXVI 640, proposed, XI 144, 148, 149, XXVI 513, 514; French restrictions on, X 59; imports of, XVIII 148, 163; and Jay Treaty, XVIII 372n, XIX 442, 443; tare on, VIII 147, 341, 390, 468, 469, 484–85, XIII 291
Codd, Martha Bradstreet (Mrs. Matthew): and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 144n, 145–46n
Codd, Matthew: Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 144n, 146n
Matthew Codd and Martha his wife v Edward Goold and Samuel Bradstreet: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 144n
Coddington, Francis: candidate for collector of customs, Sunbury, Ga., XI 30
Codfish, XXVI 15; French duty on, XIII 418–22; French premium on, X 348–50, 351n; sale of, to France, VIII 249; and U.S. debt to France, VII 432
Codfisheries, X 21n, 40n; France, X 348–50, 351n, XIII 418–22; French duty on, X 349; on Georges Banks, V 469; U.S., X 349; U.S. claim to, and Great Britain, XIX 75, 375, 377n, 522
Codman, ——: shipmaster, and customs regulations, VIII 317
Codwise, Alexander Hamilton (son of George Codwise), I 9n
Codwise, George: New York City shipmaster and friend of Hamilton, I 9n, 10, 11, 31, VIII 226, 227n
Codwise, Luke: and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 443
Coe, Amanda: and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 315, 315–16n
Coe, Ebenezer: justice of the peace, Mendham, N.J., and Army recruit (Quasi-War), XXIV 633
Coehorn, Menno, baron de, XXIII 490
Coffee, VIII 317, British restrictions on, XIX 442–43, 448; duty on, VIII 390, IX 543, X 371–72, XI 491, XVIII 148, 163–64, collection of, VI 104, proposed, VI 102, 137, XXVI 513, 514; French restrictions on, X 58–59, XIX 442; imports of, XVIII 148; and Jay Treaty, XVIII 372n; and payment of foreign loans, XVIII 325n; tare on, VIII 147, 244, 340–41, 390, 391, 468–69, 484–85, IX 449, XIV 223–24; tax on, William Bingham’s proposal for, V 550
Coffee House, New York City, III 597, 656, V 274, 285n, VII 203
Coffin, ——: shipmaster, and customs regulations, VII 116
Coffin, John: member, coroner’s jury, Hamilton’s death, XXVI 319, 320
Coffin, John G.: Army (Quasi-War), XXII 567, XXIII 74, 84, 93, 221, 289, 290, 410, 411n, 488–89, 624, 665, 669, XXIV 635, 639, 661, XXV 151
Coffin, Peleg: member, H. of R (Mass.), XV 462, 589
Coffin, Tristram: lighthouse keeper, Nantucket, Mass., XVII 443, 449
Coffin and Anderson: New York City merchant firm, I 577
Cogdell, John: collector of customs, Georgetown, S.C., VII 75, 94, 95n, IX 218, accounts, XIII 38–39, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87; inspector of the revenue, Survey No. 2, S.C., VIII 190, 331
Coggershall (Coggeshall), Bil.: Newport, R.I., gauger, XII 420–21
Cogswell, Thomas: Army (American Revolution), II 502, 503
Cohasset River, Mass., III 711
Cohen, Solomon M., XIII 138
Coinage, see Coins and coinage
Coins and coinage, VIII 205; and custom regulations, VIII 268; and establishment of the Mint, VIII 284–85, IX 101–3, 228–29; foreign coins, assay of, XVI 504, 511, 516, 518, 519, 551, 597, 602, duty on, XVI 107, regulation of, XII 564, XV 154–55; Hamilton on Jefferson’s views on, VI 465–66; Hamilton on, in “Opinion on the Constitutionality of an Act to Establish a Bank,” VIII 79, 109; in Hamilton’s “Report on the Mint,” VII 473–607, background of and origins of Hamilton’s ideas for, VII 462–72; Hamilton’s request for information on, VII 154–55, 190–91, 202, VIII 282, 355, 450, XXVI 607, 608n; information on, sent to Hamilton, VII 153, 200, 385–87, 389–90, VIII 57, 395, 439, IX 4, 52–53, 102–3, 228–29, XI 555–56, XII 617, 618n, XXVI 607, 608n; Jefferson on, VI 463; Jefferson on Hamilton’s “Report on the Mint,” VII 451; regulation of, VIII 79, 109
Coit, Daniel L.: Norwich, Conn., drug manufacturer, IX 319, 339
Coit, Joshua: member, House of Representatives (Conn.), XX 475n, XXI 496
Coit, Thomas: report on petition of, XVIII 216n, 225–26
Coke, Sir Edward, IV 35; English King’s Bench Reports, I 91n; Institutes of the Laws of England, III 485, XVIII 409n, XIX 199, 283, 301–2
Colbert, Edouard Charles Victurnien, chevalier de: love for Catherine Church and Ga. land speculation, XXII 524–25, 529, XXIV 226, 227n, 463, XXV 50, 51n, 146, 147n, 407, 490
Colbert, Jean Baptiste: French Minister of Finance, III 77, X 232n; Jacques Necker on, X 8, 267n, 313n
Colbreath (Colbrath), William, XVIII 345n
Colchester, Conn.: manufacturing at, IX 319, 321, 329
Colchester, Va.: and American Revolution, II 234
Colden, Alexander (son of Alexander Colden, Sr.), XX 59n
Colden, Alexander (son of Cadwallader Colden, Jr.), XX 59n
Colden, Alexander, Sr.: Tory landholder and N.Y. surveyor general, XVIII 335n; and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 58, 58–59n
Alexander Colden v Lewis Cornwall: and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 58–59n
Colden, Cadwallader: lieutenant governor, Province of N.Y., XVIII 277n, XX 59n
Colden, Cadwallader, Jr., XX 59n
Colden, Cadwallader David: New York City notary, XXIII 62; Federalist Assembly candidate (1801), XXV 337n, 375n
Colden, Cadwallader R.: and Aaron Burr’s debt to Louis Le Guen, XXVI 172n
Colden, David (son of Gov. Cadwallader Colden): attainted Loyalist, and George Croghan’s lands, XVIII 277; and lands in Queens County, N.Y., XX 59n
Cole, Arthur H.: ed., Industrial and Commercial Correspondence of Alexander Hamilton, Anticipating His Report on Manufactures, IX 38n, 51–52n, 52n, 144n, 171n, 252n, 269n, X 14n
Cole, Joseph: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 417
Cole, Walter K: Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 126, 130; Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 316, 645
Coleman, John: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 292
Coleman, Robert: comments on Additional Army candidates (Pa.), XXII 138, 140, 142, 144
Coleman, Whitehead: Army (American Revolution), I 438, 439
Coleman, William: Cases on Practice Adjudged in the Supreme Court of the State of New York, XXIV 325; clerk, Circuit Court of the Supreme Court of the City and County of N.Y., XXIV 283, 324, 325n, XXV 419n; editor, New-York Evening Post, IV 291, 295n, XV 337, XX 343–44n, XXV 450–53, XXVI 30–31, 44, 45n, 319n; editor, New-York Herald, XXVI 2, 3n; An Examination of the President’s Reply to the New Haven Remonstrance …, XXV 419; and Hamilton’s death, XXVI 314–17, 325n, 344–48; and “Jefferson & Callender,” XXVI 37n; New York City notary, XXIII 63n, Hamilton’s recommendation for, XXII 181–82
Coles, Henry: New York City merchant, XX 229n
Coles, Isaac: member, House of Representatives (Va.), XX 447n, pay, XIII 64, 65, 66, 67
Coles, Jarvis: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 613
Coles, John: Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 403
Coles, John B.: New York City merchant and alderman, XX 127n, 229n, 538n, XXI 476, XXII 212, 250–51n, 399–400n, 482n; and Merchants’ Bank, XXVI 206
Colfax, Richard: N.J. Army contractor (Quasi-War), XXIV 428n
Colfax, William: N.Y. Army contractor (Quasi-War), XXII 541, 542n, 611, XXIII 10, 608, 614, 666, XXIV 428n, 666
“Collection Law,” XIII 175; and N.C., VI 225, 226n; and R.I., VI 226; uniform enforcement of, XIII 291. See also Congress of the U.S., acts of: “An Act to regulate the Collection of the Duties imposed by law on the tonnage of ships or vessels, and on goods, wares and merchandises imported into the United States” (July 31, 1789) and “An Act to provide more effectually for the collection of the duties imposed by law on goods, wares and merchandise imported into the United States, and on the tonnage of ships or vessels” (August 4, 1790)
A Collection of Voyages and Travels, Consisting of Authentic Writers in our own Tongue, which have not before been collected in English, III 706, 712, 713, 714, 716
Collectors of customs: at Alburg, Vt., see Keyes, Stephen; at Alexandria, Va., see Fitzgerald, John, and Lee, Charles (Va.), deputy, see Gray, Vincent; at Annapolis, Md., see Davidson, John, and Randall, John; at Baltimore, Md., see Purviance, Robert, and Williams, Otho H., deputy, see Delozier, Daniel; at Barnstable, Mass., see Otis, Joseph; at Bath, District of Me., see Webb, William; at Beaufort, S.C., see Agnew, Andrew; at Bermuda Hundred, Va., see Heth, William; at Beverly, Mass., see Hiller, Joseph; at Biddeford, District of Me., see Hill, Jeremiah; at Boston, Mass., see Lincoln, Benjamin, deputy, see Rice, John, and Weld, Benjamin; at Bridgetown, N.J., see Elmer, Eli; at Brunswick, Ga., see Hillary, Christopher; at Burlington, N.J., see Burr, William H., and Ross, John; at Camden, N.C., see Gregory, Isaac; at Cedar Point, Md., see Jones, John Coates; at Champlain, N.Y., District of, see Woolsey, Melancthon Lloyd; at Charleston, S.C., see Hall, George Abbot, and Holmes, Isaac; at Charlestown, Mass., see Lincoln, Benjamin; at Cherrystone, Va., see Savage, George, and Wilkins, Nathaniel; at Chester, Md., see Nichols, Jeremiah, and Scott, John; at Dighton, Mass., see Baylies, Hodijah; at Dumfries, Va., see Scott, Richard M.; at Edenton, N.C., see Benbury, Thomas, and Tredwell, Samuel; at Edgartown, Mass., see Pease, John; at Elizabeth City, Va., see Parker, Josiah; at Fairfield, Conn., see Smedley, Samuel; at Falmouth, District of Me., see Fosdick, Nathaniel; at Foley Landing, Va., see Gibb, William; at Frederica, Ga., see Hillary, Christopher; at Frenchman’s Bay, District of Me., see Jordan, Meletiah; at Georgetown, Md. and D.C., see Lingan, James M.; at Georgetown, S.C., see Brown, Charles, and Cogdell, John; at Gloucester, Mass., see Sargent, Epes; at Great Egg Harbor, N.J., see Benezet, Daniel; at Hampton, Va., see Jones, Thomas, and Wray, George, and Wray, Jacob; at Kennebunk, District of Me., see Clark, Jonas; at Louisville, Ky., see Short, Peyton, and Taylor, Richard; at Machias, District of Me., see Smith, Stephen; at Marblehead, Mass., see Gerry, Samuel R., and Harris, Richard; at Nanjemoy, Md., see Jones, John Coates; at Nantucket, Mass., see Hussey, Stephen; at New Bedford, Mass., see Pope, Edward; at New Bern, N.C., see Daves, John; at Newburyport, Mass., see Cross, Stephen, and Wigglesworth, Edward; at New Haven, Conn., see Fitch, Jonathan; at New London, Conn., see Huntington, Jedediah; at Newport, R.I., see Ellery, William; at New York City, see Lamb, John, and Sands, Joshua; at Norfolk, Va., see Bird, Otway, and Lindsay, William; at Nottingham, Md., see Biscoe, George; at Oxford, Md., see Banning, Jeremiah; at Passamaquoddy, District of Me., see Delesdernier, Lewis F.; at Penobscot, District of Me., see Lee, John; at Pepperellborough, District of Me., see Hill, Jeremiah; at Perth Amboy, N.J., see Halsted, John; at Petersburg, Va., see Heth, William; at Philadelphia, see Delany, Sharp, and Latimer, George, deputy, see Graff, John; at Plankbridge, N.C., see Gregory, Isaac; at Plymouth, Mass., see Watson, William; at Portland, District of Me., see Fosdick, Nathaniel; at Portsmouth, N.H., see Martin, Thomas, and Whipple, Joseph; at Portsmouth, Va., see Lindsay, William; at Providence, R.I., see Olney, Jeremiah; at Sag Harbor, N.Y., see Deering, Henry P., and Gelston, John; at St. Marys, Ga., see Seagrove, James; at Salem, Mass., see Hiller, Joseph; at Savannah, Ga., see Habersham, John; at Sherbourne, Mass., see Hussey, Stephen; at Snow Hill, Md., see Gunby, John, and Selby, William; at South Hero, Vt., see Keyes, Stephen; at South Quay, Va., see Bowne, Thomas; at Sunbury, Ga., see Collins, Cornelius, and Lawson, John; at Tappahannock, Va., see Muse, Hudson, and Muse, Lawrence; at Vienna, Md., see Muir, John; at Washington, N.C., see Keais, Nathan; at Wilmington, Del., see Bush, George; at Wilmington, N.C., see McRee, Griffith John, and Read, James; at Wiscasset, District of Me., see Cook, Francis; at Yeocomico River, Va., see Redman, Vincent; at York, District of Me., see Trevett, Richard, and Tucker, Joseph; at Yorktown, Va., see Archer, Abraham, and Reynolds, William; accounts of, XI 236–38, XIII 36–39, 40, 543, 546, 555, 557, 558, 561, XIV 131, 133, 158, XV 476–87, 496, XVI 6, 191, XXVI 605; and administration of oaths, VIII 38; and Bank of N.Y., VI 431, VIII 59–60, 276, IX 69–70, X 562–63, XXVI 666n; and Bank of North America, VI 445–56, XXVI 666n; and Bank of the U.S., X 572–73, XIV 137–38, 183, XXVI 647, 666n; and bonds for certificates of registry, V 410, 413–14, for duties, VIII 81; and William Bradford on “Collection Law,” XVI 20; candidates for vacancy, at Marblehead, Mass., VI 498, at New York City, XXVI 751–53; and collection of excise, XII 47–48, XVIII 151, 215, 218–19; and collusive transfers, XV 550n; and construction of revenue cutters, VII 130; and converting salt water to fresh, XI 574n; and counterfeiting, XXVI 647; duties of, Hamilton’s proposed changes, VI 140–42, 165, 166, 170, 381, 382, 385, 386, 392; effect of European war on, XIV 330–31, 412, 412–14n, 424–25n, 431, XV 473; fees of, and surveyors of the ports, XXVI 496–98; and French privateers’ prizes, XX 348n; Hamilton on duties and activities of, XVI 107–8, 110, 111, 112, 116; and neutrality proclamation, XIV 412, 412–14n; and Timothy Pickering and Post Office, XII 56–57; Edmund Randolph on manifests and fees of, XI 536–41, on disposal of public securities by, XI 576–77; record keeping of, XXVI 650; and relationship to U.S. marshals, XI 497–98, to register’s office, XI 9, 389; returns of, VII 420, VIII 145, X 504–5; and Santo Domingo, XV 394; and sea letters, ship passports, and ship registers, XIV 83, 282–83, 429, XV 20, 680; and smuggling, VII 123–24; and state banks, XXVI 666n; statement of monies held by, and commissioners of the sinking fund, VI 567; and supervisors of the revenue, IX 85, 430, Tench Coxe on, XII 3, 15–16, 86; U.S. treaty with Sweden and embargo, XVI 334; Oliver Wolcott on, XIV 282–83
Collectors of the revenue: appointments, VIII 191, 368, IX 84, 186, 430, XII 94, XVIII 225; in Conn., see Kirby, Ephraim; and cooperation with collectors of customs, XII 202; duties of, VIII 375–79, 380–82, XXV 509, Tench Coxe on, XII 402n, XVIII 151n; instructions to, XII 346–47n; legislation creating, VIII 366–82, (see also Congress of the U.S., acts of: “An Act repealing, after the last day of June next, the duties heretofore laid upon Distilled Spirits imported from abroad, and laying others in their stead; and also upon Spirits distilled within the United States, and for appropriating the same” [March 3, 1791] and “An Act concerning the Duties on Spirits distilled within the United States” [May 8, 1792] and “An Act making further provision for securing and collecting the Duties on foreign and domestic distilled Spirits, Stills, Wines and Teas” [June 5, 1794]), alleged defects in, IX 303–4, Tench Coxe on, XII 17; in N.J., XVIII 150, 151n; and opposition to excise in Del., XII 597, in Pa., XII 305–6n (see also Johnson, Robert, and Wells, Benjamin, and Wells, John), in Va., see Biggs, Zacheus; and organization of surveys, VIII 189–91; pay of, XII 129, XIV 485, XVIII 167–69, Tench Coxe on, XII 95–97, XIV 177, Hamilton on inadequacy of, XI 105–6
College of New Jersey, IV 318n, XXV 563n; president of, XXVI 188–89n
College of Physicians, Philadelphia, XV 331–32, 332n
College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York City, XXII 223n, XXV 598–99n
Colles, Christopher: and hydrometer for revenue service, VIII 243–44, 404, 488, XVII 543
Colleton County, S.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Collett (Collet), John: and claim of Nathanael Greene, X 443, 461. See also Newcomen and Collett
Colley (schooner): and customs regulations, XVI 376
Collier, Sir George: British Navy (American Revolution), and American defeat in Penobscot Bay, Me., II 144–45n, 218, XIX 9n
Collier, William: British Army (American Revolution), Convention troops, XXVI 386
Collins, Abigail (Mrs. Tyrannus), XXIV 388
Collins, Cornelius: collector of customs, Sunbury, Ga., accounts of, XIII 38–39, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87, death of, XI 30
Collins, Henry (Harry): underaged soldier (Quasi-War), XXIV 387–88, 406–7
Collins, Isaac: printer, XI 308
Collins, James: inspector of the revenue, Survey No. 2, Pa., VIII 189, IX 427, XII 595n, XIII 328, 329n, XV 586, XXVI 723
Collins, John: governor of R.I., V 224, 225n; delegate, Continental Congress (R.I.), III 243n
Collins, John: Richmond, Va., mechanic, and Cape Henry lighthouse, VII 342, 344
Collins, Pitman: report on petition of, XIII 189
Collins, Thomas: president of Del., XI 357, 358n
Collins, Tyrannus, XXIV 388
Collins, William: Ode Written in 1746, XXV 440
Collot, Victor: French expedition on Ohio and Miss. rivers, XXII 573n; proposed governor of French colony of La., XXV 372n
Cologne, Bishop of, XIX 335
Cologon, Bernard: and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 70n
Cologon (Calogan), John, & Sons: and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 70
Cologon, Thomas: and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 70n
Colon, —— (Mrs.): Hamilton’s account with, IX 274
Colonial charters: Hamilton’s discussion of, in The Farmer Refuted, I 108–20
Colony: Hamilton’s definition of, in The Farmer Refuted, I 89–90
Coloquhoun, Patrick: and Pulteney Associates in Genesee country, XV 336, 337n, XVIII 311n, 368n, XX 141, XXII 178n, 261n, XXV 417n, 513, XXVI 26
Colston, Rawleigh: payment to, for bills of exchange, XIII 146, XV 532
Colt, Elisha: and Hartford Woolen Manufactory, IX 324–27
Colt, Peter: Hartford, Conn., merchant and business representative of Jeremiah Wadsworth, III 509–11, 605; and copper for U.S. Mint, XVIII 30, 161, 185n; discusses manufacturing in Conn., IX 319–24; and Benjamin Seixas, XVIII 206n, XX 135; and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, XIV 170–71, 189, 246, 248, 253–54, 302–3, 319, 419–22, XV 30, 107–8, 120, 329–30, 363–65, 391
Colton, Rowland, see Cotton, Rowland
Columbia (brig): customs violations, XIII 161n
Columbia (privateer), XVII 99–101. See also La Carmagnole
Columbia (ship): and China trade, IX 45, 48
Columbia, S.C.: Washington’s visit to, VIII 243, 471
Columbia College, III 564n, IX 367n, 532n, XII 509, XV 341n, XX 543, XXI 54n, 355n, XXII 222–23n, XXV 64–65n, 85n, 289n, XXVI 139n; curriculum, XXII 480–81, 481–82n; faculty, III 43n, XIII 280–81n, XXI 42–43n, XXII 223n, 480–81, 481–82n, XXV 56, 58n, 598n, 605n, XXVI 60n, 291n, 345n; and Hamilton’s funeral, XXVI 323, 325–26; lease of lots, IV 111; and N.Y. legislature, IV 92–93, 111, XIII 280–81n; presidents of, see Cooper, Myles, and Johnson, William Samuel, and Moore, Benjamin, and Wharton, Charles H.; and regents of University of the State of N.Y., III 564n, 655, XXV 581–82, 586; repair of buildings, III 598; treasurer, see Lispenard, Leonard; trustees, IV 376, 569–90, XXV 403. See also King’s College
Columbia County, N.Y., III 623n, XIX 278n, XXIV 471n; and N.Y. Assembly, IV 41, 54, 63, 105–8
[Boston] Columbian Centinal: publisher and editor of, XXII 150n
Columbian Insurance Company: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 383, 384n, 582, XXVI 17, 176
Columbian Magazine, VIII 135n; and “Report on Manufactures,” X 241–42n, 257n, 259n, 305
Columbus, Christopher, III 715, XX 548n
Columbus, Ky., XV 290n
Colville, Mrs. Arthur: Duchess Sarah, IV 183–84n
Colvin, Patrick: report on petition of, XIII 165
Combs, John: prize money, XIII 108
Comet (brig), XXVI 22n
Comete (ship): seizure of, XV 262, 263n
Comings, George: selectman, Winthrop, Mass., XI 310
Comity clause: Hamilton on, in The Federalist, IV 669
Commerce: and Bank of the U.S., IX 57; and banks, Hamilton on, VIII 218–19, 222, 223; with Barbary States in Jefferson’s administration, XXV 445, 470, 595; British interference with that of U.S. and U.S. reaction, XVI 121–22, 130–34, 158, 224, 272–76, 281–86, 319–21, 323–25n, 357–58, 381–85, 395, 418n, XVIII 15–16n, XXI 502–3, XXIV 426, Hamilton on, XXV 230; British regulation of, XV 257, 315, 428, 640 (see also “View of the Commercial Regulations of France and Great Britain in Reference to the United States”); with British West Indies after American Revolution and proposed treaty on, XXVI 527n, 528–31n, 531, 726; of Canada, U.S. rivalry with, XI 347; with China, IX 38–55, 143–44; Etienne Clavière on, XI 184; Congress and commercial treaties, XX 7–10, 14, 20–24, 27–28, 30, 34, 90–92; and Convention of 1800, XXV 260, 378–79, 499–500n; Tench Coxe on, in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 16, 21–22, XXVI 631, 633–34, 637, 640–41, 642, 644; and customs regulations, XXVI 494–95; and debate in Continental Congress on impost, III 220–21; dependence of on peace, Hamilton on, XVIII 495; effect of European war on, VII 113, XIX 92–94, 165, 295, 306–8, 365–67, 463–64; with France (1791), VII 432, IX 290–92, Hamilton on (1781), XXVI 425–26, and its colonies (1791), X 363–65, 390–94, and negotiations for peace (1800), XXV 129–30n, 132, 133–35, 137, 139, U.S. policy toward (1798–1799), XXII 381–82, 473–74, 533–34, and XYZ negotiations, XXII 2–3n; with France and Great Britain, Hamilton on (1791–1792), X 350–51n, 374, 375n, 495–96, 496–97, Jefferson on (1791), X 402, 495–96n, 496–97; French interference with, and U.S. reaction to (1797–1798), XXI 26, 38n, 39, 83, 344, 361, 365, 369n, 386, 465n; French regulation of, XV 603–4, 607–9, XXVI 471 (see also “View of the Commercial Regulations of France and Great Britain in Reference to the United States”); French restrictions on (1803), XXVI 177; with Great Britain, V 484, XXVI 680, Hamilton and George Beckwith on (1791), VII 441–42, and its colonies, X 57–58, 60, 494n; Hamilton on, (1791) VII 399, 423–24, (1801) XXV 468, (1802) XXV 503, XXVI 14, under Articles of Confederation, IV 230, commercial interests and Constitution at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 14, 22–23, 29, 32, 62, in Constitutional Convention, IV 180, 183, 184, 190–91, 203, 213n, effect of duties on, XI 142, Government support of, II 670, III 75–82, 99–100, 102, X 14, in The Federalist, IV 310, 313–15, 322–23, 339–52, 355, 358, 370, 399, 402–4, 408, 412, 414, 422, 472, 480, 481, 484, 520–21, 547, 549, 560, under Federalists, XXV 361, 364, 378, in “Letter from Phocion,” III 555, at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 22–24, 29, 47, 77, 97–98, 106, 123–24, 142, 152, 183–84, in “Report on the Bank,” VII 257, 261, 264, 270, 272, 273, 274–75, 306, 310, 318, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 24, 30, 35, 40, 50–51, 57–61, 63–64, 84–86, 89–90, 97, 111, 124–25, 148–50, 161, 173–76, 178–79, 190–91, 214, 230, 261–64, 268, 271, 281, 290–92, 294, 303–5, 310–11, 320, in “Report on the Mint,” VII 473, 480, 497, 522, 541, 542–43, 570, on support of Constitution by commercial classes, IV 275; Hamilton’s requests for information on, (1789) V 432–33, 446–47, 472n, XXVI 486, (1791) VIII 224–25, 235, 434; Hamilton’s views on, as background to “Report on Manufactures,” X 1, 5–7, 14, 16, 17; in Illinois country, XI 22–26; information sent to Hamilton on, (1789) V 466–71, 479–80, 480–81, 491–92, 509, 554–57, (1790) VI 11–12, 19–24, 27–30, 35–36, 193, 230, 424–26, 447, 517, (1791) VIII 248–51, 434–36, X 363–66, 390–94; inland navigation, Hamilton on, XXIII 603; internal and external navigation and Jay Treaty, Hamilton on (1795), XIX