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Dabborey, —— (Mrs.): and Hamilton’s accounts, III 57
Dabney, James: and collection of excise taxes in Va., IX 302
Dabney, Virginius: “The Mystery of the Hamilton-Burr Duel,” XXVI 241n
Da Costa, José Joaquim: in New York City debtors’ prison, XXII 186–87
Dœdalus (H.M.S.): detained in Norfolk, Va., XVI 486n
Daendals, Herman Willem: Dutch Army commander, XXIII 22n
Daggett, David: comment on Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 278
The [N.Y.] Daily Advertiser, IV 1n, 4n, 24n, 39n, 41n, 72n, 147n, 157n, V 11, 302n, 330n, 332n, 342n, VII 115n, VIII 168n, XI 29n, 430n, XII 21n, 100–1n, 190, 275n, XXI 358, 360n, XXII 93n, XXVI 664n; Hamilton’s letters to, VI 229–32, 248–53; publisher and editor of, see Childs, Francis
Daives, Abijah: petition for release of Army prisoner, XXIV 655
Dale, Friend: shipmaster, XVI 299n
Dale, Richard: Additional Army candidate (Del.), XXII 282
Dale, Richard: U.S. Navy commander, XVII 467n, XXV 121, 122n, 578, 580n, petition of, XI 252n, relative rank, XXI 459, 460n, XXII 418–19, 468, XXIII 97
Dallam (Dalham), William S.: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 293, 310, 429, 430; and John Skey Eustace, XXII 259n
d’Allarde, Swan, et Cie.: Paris merchant firm, contractors for French government, and U.S. debt, XVIII 297n, 380n, XX 220
Dallas, Alexander J.: secretary of the Commonwealth of Pa. and Republican political leader, VIII 507, IX 529, XI 532n, XII 184, 212, XV 122n, XVI 393n, XXVI 823, 824, 825, 829, 831, 836, 837, 838, 840, 841, 845; and John Fries, trial of, XXV 142, 151–55; and Edmond Charles Genet, XV 72n, 76, 160, 161n, 233, 236–38, 240–41, 267, 413, 418–19; and opposition to Jay Treaty, XVII 349–50n, 477n, 494n, 514n, XIX 229n, 258n, 292n, 294–95, 299n, XX 13n; Pa.’s accounts with U.S., VIII 135, 209, 533n, X 469–70n, XI 552n, XII 113–14, 143–46, XIII 482–85, XIV 14–16; and presidential election (1792), XII 387, 416, 418, 480, 493, 494n, XXV 143; and presidential election (1800), XXV 87, 88n, 110n; and Quasi-War, XXIII 1, 2n; and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 128, 190n, 191; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 9–14, 170, 252, 255–56, 260, 307, 313, 314, XVIII 259
Dallas, George Mifflin: The Life and Writings of Alexander James Dallas, XVIII 477n
Dalley, William: on improving taxes, XVII 173n
Dally, Gifford: doorkeeper, House of Representatives, pay, XI 10, 12, XIII 67, 69, 71, 147, 563, XV 509, XVII 508
Dalmatia, I 390
Dalton, Peter Roe: director of the Mass. Bank, V 532n
Dalton, Thomas: and Indian affairs, VI 548, 549n
Dalton, Tristram, XXIV 16n; purchases U.S. Treasury bills, XIII 497; subscription for relief of French refugees, XV 601; treasurer of the Mint, XI 217n, XVII 497, pay, XV 513, pay for office expenses, XVII 512; U.S. Senator (Mass.), pay, XIII 58, 59, 60, 61
Damas, Charles François Louis Joseph Cesar, comte de: aide to Rochambeau, II 515
Damas de Merillac, —— (Mme): arrest of, XVI 476
Damietta (Dumyat), Egypt, I 386
Dana, Francis: declines appointment to mission to France (1797), XXI 340–41n; delegate, Annapolis Convention (Mass.), III 685; delegate, Continental Congress (Mass.), and inspection of Army at Valley Forge, I 414, 421, 434; and Essex Junto, XXIV 575; and Hamilton’s dispute with William Gordon, II 91–92, 99, 100–1, 108–9, 123–24, 125–26, 127–28, 140–41, 149, 162, 168, 315, XXVI 236; and Hamilton’s visit to Boston (1800), XXIV 579; honorary degree from Harvard, XXII 284n; Minister to Russia, III 361–63, XXVI 405n, pay, XII 269, pay for expenses, XIII 105, 138; and presidential campaign (1800), XXV 75n, 205n
Dana, Nathan, XIII 108; comment on Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 334; delegate, Continental Congress (Mass.), V 6n, and N.Y.-Mass. land dispute, III 703; and Essex Junto, XXIV 575n; and James McHenry’s resignation as Secretary of War, XXIV 558
Dana, Samuel W.: member, House of Representatives (Conn.), XXV 243, 245, 470n
Danbridge, Bartholomew: Washington’s secretary, XII 134, transmits messages from Washington, XV 410, XVI 185, 297, 299, 302, 335n, 452, 474, 488, 507, XVII 111, 432, XVIII 197, with Washington on march against Whiskey rebels, XVII 268n, 320n
Danbury, Conn., II 363n, 577, XXIV 64n; British attack and American counterattack on (1777), I 241, 248, 250n, 271, 273; manufacturing at, IX 334–35, 336–38, 341; projected American advance on (1778), I 547, 549, 551, 583
Danforth, Asa: and land purchase from Robert Morris, XX 143, 144, 167
Danforth, Jonathan: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXIII 260–61n
Danforth, Ozias, XXV 342n; Army (Quasi-War), arrest and court-martial, XXIV 442, XXV 159–60
Dangerfield, Bathurst: third mate, S.C. revenue cutter, IX 35
Dangerfield, George: Chancellor Robert R. Livingston of New York, 1746–1813, VII 244n, 255n, XI 188–89n, 560n, XVIII 20n
Dangerfield, William: Additional Army candidate (Ky.), XXII 286, 287
Daniel, William: member, Va. House of Delegates, XXII 424n
Daniels, Hugh: storekeeper, XXIV 403
Daniels, Jonathan: Ordeal of Ambition: Jefferson, Hamilton, Burr, XXI 121–22n
Danish East Indies: cost of imports from, V 453, 454n
Danish West Indies: cost of imports from, V 453, 454n; governor of, XVII 200n, XX 459n, XXVI 26n; trade with, VIII 435, 480
Dannacker, George: Army clothing contractor, X 528, XII 608, XIII 241–42, 276, 314–15, 372, XIV 8, 154, XV 436, XVI 113n, 365n, XVII 129, 520, 525, XXVI 689
Dannery, Thomas: French vice consul, Boston, XV 382, 383–84n, XVII 112n
Dan River, N.C. and Va., V 354, 355
Danroth, Godlip: Army (American Revolution), German regiment, I 557
Danton, Georges-Jacques, XVIII 344n; execution of, XXII 76n; views on atheism, XXI 403
Danzig, I 276
Daphne (British frigate), II 217–18
D’Araujo D’Azevedo, Antonio: Portuguese Minister to France, XXI 116n, 373n, 508n
Darby, Catherine: death of, coroner’s report, XXVI 321n
Darby, Samuel: Army (American Revolution), II 511
Darien, Gulf of: and exploration of North America, III 716
Darien, Isthmus of: and exploration of North America, III 716
Darke, William: and James McHenry’s resignation as Secretary of War, XXIV 560–61n; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 479
Darling, Timothy: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 177, 178n, 661, 662, XXIV 368n
Darlington, Abraham: petition of, XI 288
Darlington, Mary Carson: ed., Fort Pitt and Letters from the Frontier, XII 169n, XVII 360, XXVI 382n
Darlington, England, X 346n
Darlington, S.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Darmstadt, Ger., XVIII 343n
Darrell, Edward: report on petition of, XVI 66–67
Darrell, Richard, XVI 67n
Dart, Cyrus: Navy candidate (Quasi-War), XXII 137
Dartmouth College, XV 121; honorary degree to Hamilton, VI 573–74, VII 103, 144–45
Dash, John B., Jr.: New York City ironmonger, and the Grange, XXVI 23, 286, 299
Da Silva, Joao José: and Hamilton’s law practice, XII 187n
Datsun, Henry: clerk, N.J. Court of Oyer and Terminer, XXVI 349n
Daubeny, Lloyd S.: Navy (Quasi-War), XXII 468, 469n
Daubigny (Daubany, Daubeny), Mary: New York City boardinghouse keeper, XI 378n
Dauer, Manning J.: The Adams Federalists, VI 56n, VII 245n
Dauphin (merchant vessel), III 577
Dauphin County, Pa.: excise survey, VIII 189, IX 427
Daveiss (Davis), Ann Marshall (Mrs. Joseph Hamilton) (sister of John Marshall), XXV 387n
Daveiss (Davis), Joseph Hamilton: Danville, Ky., lawyer, XXV 387
Davenport, Franklin: career, XXII 122n; comment on Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 122
Davenport, James: Stamford, Conn., lawyer and member, House of Representatives (Conn.), XXII 270n, on manufacturing in Conn., IX 319, 334, 340–41
Daverser’s (Daviser’s) Ferry: Schuykill River, Pa., I 327, 328n
Daves, John: collector of customs, New Bern, N.C., VI 240, 241n, 279, 417, VII 98, 208, VIII 201, 517, XII 207, accounts, XIII 38–39, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87, administration of office, enforcement of customs regulations, and instructions to, VIII 542, IX 225, 449–50, XVI 197, 255, 286, 478 (see also “Treasury Department circulars to the collectors of the customs”), on fortifying port of New Bern, XVI 353, 425, and lighthouse on Occocock Island, XVI 46n, pay, XIII 573, 574, and revenue cutter for New Bern, IX 497, X 491–92, XI 117, 535, XII 42, 512; inspector of the revenue for Survey No. 2, N.C., VIII 190, IX 429, XII 90n, XIII 318, 319n
David (French Brig), V 6
Davidge, Rezin (Rozin): Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 290, 310
Davidovich, Paul, baron: Austrian Army commander, XX 416n
Davidson, John (Md.): career, XXII 291n; collector of customs, Annapolis, Md., V 397, 537, VI 8, 42, VII 146, X 468, XVII 201, accounts, XIII 38–39, 575, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87, administration of office, enforcement of customs regulations, and instructions to, V 421–22, VI 205, 458, VII 156, VIII 481, 486, IX 260 (see also “Treasury Department circulars to the collectors of the customs”), and excise opposition in Md., XVII 249, resignation, XIV 315, XV 14, 70; comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 291, 296; and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XIII 219n, 516; offers Hamilton a lot in Federal City, XVII 104; supervisor of the revenue for the port of Annapolis, Md., XIV 315, XXII 291n
Davidson, John (Richmond, Va.): Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 632
Davidson, John A.: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 582, XXIV 41, 245, 615
Davidson, Philip G.: “Virginia and the Alien and Sedition Laws,” XXII 424n
Davidson, Robert: comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 135
Davidson, Samuel: dept. of commissary of hides, accounts, XV 496
Davidson, William Lee, XXII 311; Army (American Revolution), II 48
Davidson, S. W. Territory: troops at, IX 474
Davie, Sarah Jones (Mrs. William R.): death of, XXVI 3n
Davie, William R., XXVI 2; career, XXVI 3n; governor of N.C. and recommendations for U.S. Army, XXIV 551, 559; Instructions to be Observed for the Formations and Movements of the Cavalry …, XXIII 318; and James McHenry’s resignation as Secretary of War, XXIV 551, 558, 559; N.C. Assembly, member of, IX 503–4, XV 339; peace mission to France (1799–1800), XXII 504n, XXIII 545–46n, XXIV 24n, 395, 509n, 511, 558, XXV 16, 51n, 79n, 128n, 147n, 162n, 221, 254, 266–67, 407n, 507n; Provisional Army (Quasi-War), XXII 32, 343n, 387n, 485, XXIII 140; and Society of the Cincinnati, XXV 563; U.S. commissioner to negotiate with Tuscaroras, XXV 563n
Davies, Edward: former deputy postmaster, Savannah, Ga., debt to U.S. of estate of, VIII 215–16; and unauthorized loan office certificates, VIII 347, 472, XI 200–1
Davies (Davis), William: proposed as Secretary of War, XIX 440
Davis, see also Daveiss and Davies
Davis, ——: shipmaster, XXI 84n
Davis, Aaron: Army contractor (Quasi-War), XXIII 124, 237n
Davis, Amasa: comment on Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 331
Davis, Archibald D.: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 132, 145
Davis, Augustine: postmaster, Richmond, Va., XVI 389, 390, 421
Davis, Charles: Army contractor (Quasi-War), XXIII 124, 237
Davis, Daniel: acting U.S. attorney for District of Me., XVII 299n, comments on Additional Army candidate (District of Me.), XXII 332, 335
Davis, Daniel: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 417
Davis, David: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 586, XXIV 248
Davis, Ebenezer: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 331
Davis, George: Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 123; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 609, 675
Davis, Herbert: ed., The Prose Works of Jonathan Swift: Irish Tracts 1728–1733, XXVI 282–83n
Davis, John (Mass.): comptroller, Treasury Department XVIII 195n, XXVI 604, 612; U.S. attorney for District of Mass., XXIV 580n
Davis, John (Pa.), Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 136
Davis, Joseph Stancliffe: Essays in the Earlier History of American Corporations, V 250n, VI 346n, 346–47n, VII 249n, VIII 228–29n, 232n, 232–33n, IX 56n, 61n, 86n, 144n, 163n, 172n, 250n, 520n, 545n, X 14n, 525–26n, 581n, XI 126n, 127n, 132n, 187n, 219n, 456n, XII 257n, XIII 519–20n, XIV 421–22n, XV 365n, 391n, 409n, XVI 595–96n, XVIII 206n, 316n, XX 455n, XXI 93n, XXII 446n, XXVI 519n, 619n, 623n, 653n, 654n, 655n, 659n, 660n, 672–73n, 762–63n
Davis, Matthew L.: Hamilton’s death, coroner’s inquest, XXVI 319n; Memoirs of Aaron Burr. With Miscellaneous Selections From His Correspondence, XXV 173–74, 177, 178, 295n, 302n, 346n, 376n
Davis, Rezin: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 263n
Davis, Samuel: shipmaster (Union), and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 443n
Davis, Samuel (Mass.): shipmaster, and customs regulations, VIII 583–84, IX 194–95, 293, petition of, XI 119
Davis, Samuel (Md.): Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 292, 308, 310, 429, 430
Davis, Samuel (N.Y.): Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 248
Davis, Thomas (Ky.): comments on Additional Army candidates (Ky.), XXII 286, 287
Davis, Thomas (Mass.): treasurer of Mass., XVIII 455, and amount of Mass. debt redeemed, XVIII 492
Davis, Thomas (Pa.): contractor for repair of piers, XI 294n, 531, 579, 593, 606, pay, XII 225
Davis, William: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 136
Davis, William (Pa.): Shipmaster, XVI 344n
Davis, William J.: shipmaster, and customs regulations, XVI 410
Dawes, Thomas: comments on Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 325, 332; director, Mass. Bank, V 532n
Dawson, Henry B.: The Case of Elizabeth Rutgers versus Joshua Waddington …, XIX 80n; ed., “The Citizen Genet,” XV 239n; ed., The Federalist, IV 290n, 291, 292, 294–95n; ed., Record of the Trial of Joshua Hett Smith, Esq., for Alleged Complicity in the Treason of Benedict Arnold. 1780, II 450n
Dawson, John: and Hamilton’s abortive duel with James Monroe, XXI 137, 201n, 205, 207, 209, 316, 318–20n, XXVI 863
Dawson, Joshua: clerk, register’s office, Treasury Department, XX 221, pay, XIII 466, pay and duties, XI 389
Dawson, Michael: applies for contract to install buoys and beacons, VI 42
Day, Edward: deputy commissary general (Quasi-War), XXIII 232
Day, Edward (Pa.): and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 9n, 87n, 184
Day, Joseph: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 273
Day, Thomas: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 280
Dayton, Elias, XX 39, XXII 558; Army (American Revolution), I 283–84, 312–13, II 344, III 93n, 237
Dayton, Elias B. (son of Elias Dayton): Army contractor (1792), pay, XV 523; Army contractor for N.J. (Quasi-War), XXIII 608, 688, 689, XXIV 123–24, 157, 158–59, 293–94, 343, 454, 605, 611, 614, 632, 635, 639, 640, 641, 649, 650, 651, 656, 669, 675
Dayton, Horatio: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXII 611, XXIII 75, 605, 606, 610, 615, XXIV 663
Dayton, Jonathan (son of Elias Dayton), VI 453, VIII 405, 440, XIII 522n, XVI 227n, XX 11, XXII 33, XXIV 124n, 454n; application for Government position, VI 461; and Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 614, 631, 686, XXIV 60–61, 642, XXVII 11, 18; clerk, District Court for N.J., pay, XIII 58; and creation of U.S. Navy, XVI 308n; delegate, Continental Congress (N.J.), V 6n; on Philip Freneau, XII 196, 275; and Fries’s Rebellion, XXII 550–51, 558, 575; and Government certificates, XIX 348–49, XX 39; member and speaker, House of Representatives (N.J.), XI 253, XV 589n, XVI 272–73n, 308n, XVIII 149, XX 150–51n, 151n, XXVII 11, 17, 20, on carriage tax, XVIII 149, comments on Additional Army candidates (N.J. and Pa.), XXII 120, 122, 124, 125, 126, 128, 129, 130, 433, on Jay Treaty, XX 39, 150–51n, 249n, pay, XV 508, XVII 506, presidential election (1796), XX 248, 403–7, proposed as Secretary of War, XIX 438, on sequestration of British debts, XVI 272–73n, XVIII 115n, U.S. policy toward France (1798), XXI 463n, XXVII 14–15, 16; N.J. election (1789), V 309; offer and refusal of appointment to, XXII 19, 25, 32, 51, XXIII 524n; partner, New York City merchant firm, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 88; Provisional Army (Quasi-War), XXVII 18, U.S. Senator (N.J.), XXI 463n, XXV 55n, 108, 109n, 261n, 426, and Convention of 1800, XXV 261n, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVII 21, Hamilton’s proposals of Government policies to (1799), XXIII 599–604, presidential campaign and election (1800–1801), XXVII 20; western land speculation, VI 441–44, VIII 541, XVI 153, 530, XVII 81
Deagle, Simon: shipmaster, and supplies for Baltimore cutter, X 387, XII 333, 577
Deall, Samuel: student at King’s College with Hamilton, I 80
Dean (Deane), James: missionary to Oneida Indians and Indian agent, XXVI 392n, 511; trustee of Hamilton-Oneida Academy, XIX 146
Dean, James L.: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 418
Dean, Moses: artificer (American Revolution), II 547, 555
Dean, William: Army supplies, pay for, XV 523
Deane, Barnabas (brother of Silas Deane): contract for supplies (American Revolution), XII 151–52; “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 125n
Deane, Gilbert: payment for supplies (American Revolution), XV 527
Deane, Silas, Sr., VIII 308, XII 221, XX 426n, XXIV 554n; contracts with U.S., XII 151–52, XVI 206n; exile and death, VI 10–11n; moves to England, II 476; one of three commissioners to France to obtain aid and treaty in American Revolution, dispute with Arthur Lee and recall, II 53, 54n, 142n, 143, 490, III 320, VI 10–11n, 42, and negotiations with the France, VII 19–20n, XI 207–9, 210, XIV 531, XIX 383, XX 432n, recommends foreign officers for Continental Army, I 250n, 261n, 428n, 543n; returns to France, II 477n
Deane, Silas, Jr.: executor of father’s estate, XII 152
Deane (U.S. frigate), II 62, IX 464, XI 56
Dearborn, Henry: on Hamilton’s list for Francisco de Miranda, III 585–87; member, House of Representatives (District of Me.), XVIII 233–35, and Jay Treaty, XX 67, 151; Secretary of War, XXV 396, XXVI 169n, 176; U.S. marshal, District of Me., XVII 298, pay, XV 500, 535, XVII 500
Deas (Deaz), William Allen, X 446; secretary to Thomas Pinckney and U.S. chargé d’affaires, London, XVII 575–76, XVIII 189, 318n, XIX 112–13n, 496, XX 39n
Debaques, —— (Messrs.), XX 326
De Beauleau, Joseph, see Beaulieu, Louis Joseph de
De Bellecour, see Le Brun de Bellecour
De Bert de Majan, Claudius: Army (American Revolution), II 136, payment for services, VI 542, XIII 565, XV 535
Deblois, Gilbert: Boston merchant, and customs regulations, VI 519
Deblois (De Blois), Lewis: assignee, XIII 100, 140; purchaser of Treasury bills, XIII 497
De Bow, Garret (Gerret): Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 104, 108
Debrett, John: A Collection of State Papers, XIX 503
Debt, see Public credit and public debt
Debtors: Hamilton on, in Constitutional Convention, IV 185, 192, 275, 312, 325, in The Federalist, IV 312, 325, in the “Report on the Mint,” VII 264, 270–71, 311, 315–16, 473, 487–88, 513, 522, 541, 570; public, IV 312, 325
Debts and funds of foreigners: sequestration of in war, provisions of in Jay Treaty, XVIII 429n, Hamilton on, XVIII 429–31, Hamilton on in “The Defence,” XVIII 493, 497–98, XIX 299–305, 318–24, 329–47, 365–74, 380–95
Deby (sloop): and customs regulations, XV 368
Decatur, Stephen: capt., U.S. Navy, captures French privateer (1798), XXI 536
De Chosle, —— (Mr.): valet to John B. Church, III 55
Decimal system: Hamilton on, in “Report on the Mint,” VII 471, 515–16, 565–66, 600
“Decius”: pseudonym attributed to Brockholst Livingston in articles attacking Jay Treaty, XVIII 477, 493n, 514n, XIX 164n, 186–87n, 190, 191, 194, 197n, 207–12, 218n, 247n, 254n, 255n, 269–70n, 282n, 285, 292, 299n, 344n, 389n
“Decius”: pseudonym used by author of “The Jeffersoniad” in election of 1800, XXIV 575–76
Decker, Isaac: shipmaster, XX 119
Declaration of Independence, I 186n, II 92, III 533, IV 77, 213n, V 336, VI 482; signers of, I 180n, II 333n, V 8n, IX 353n, X 436n, XII 214n, XVI 206n, 425n, XVIII 393n, XIX 439n, XXII 144n, 291n, 293n, XXIV 363n, 540n, XXV 2n, 34–35n, XXVI 377n, 447n, 475n, 506n
Declaration of Rights (1688): Hamilton on, in The Federalist, IV 705
Declaratory Act (1766): Hamilton on, in The Farmer Refuted, I 139
DeConde, Alexander: The Quasi-War. The Politics and Diplomacy of the Undeclared War with France, 1797–1801, XXV 261n
Decrosses, Germain Pierre: French refugee from Santo Domingo, XX 119–20
Dedham, Mass.: and Hamilton’s trip to New England (1800), XXIV 585; recruiting center (Quasi-War), XXII 494, XXIII 83, 138
Deelen, John Gerard: notary in Antwerp, IX 481n
Deerfield, N.Y.: part of Cosby Manor, XIX 200n
Deering (Dering, Derring), Henry P.: collector of customs, Sag Harbor, N.Y., accounts, XIII 36–37, 575, 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85
Deer Island, District of Me.: and customs regulations, VII 75
“The Defence”: articles by Hamilton and Rufus King defending Jay Treaty and written under pseudonym of “Camillus,” often referred to as the “Camillus” letters or essays, XIX 298n, XX 85n, XXI 140, XXV 143, 450, 452, 478n, XXVI 117; change of place of publication, XVIII 476, XIX 398–99; comments on authorship, background, publication, nature of and reactions to, XVIII 475–79; and “Notes of Objections to the British Treaty,” XIX 207n, 210n, 211n, 213n, 214n; and “Philo Camillus,” XVIII 476, 508n, XIX 98n, 124n, 127n, 128n, 130, 131n, 153, 162; text, XVIII (No. I) 479–89, (No. II) 493–501, (No. III) 513–23, XIX (No. IV) 77–85, (No. V) 89–97, (No. VI) 105–11, (No. VII) 115–24, (No. VIII) 134–45, (No. IX) 163–71, (No. X) 172–86, (No. XI) 186–99, (No. XII) 217–31, (No. XIII) 237–44, (No. XIV) 245–56, (No. XV) 256–69, (No. XVI) 269–77, (No. XVII) 279–94, (No. XVIII) 299–305, (No. XIX) 318–24, (No. XX) 329–47, (No. XXI) 365–74, (No. XXII) 380–95, (No. XXIII) 428, (No. XXIV) 428, (No. XXV) 441–49, (No. XXVI) 457, (No. XXVII) 459, (No. XXVIII) 471, (No. XXIX) 471–72, (No. XXX) 472, (No. XXXI) 473–84, (No. XXXII) 487–95, (No. XXXIII) 500–11, (No. XXIV) 513, (No. XXXV) 516, XX (No. XXXVI) 3–10, (No. XXXVII) 13–22, (No. XXXVIII) 22–34
“The Defence of the Funding System”: Hamilton’s essay prepared after his resignation as Secretary of the Treasury, XIX 1–73
“The Defence No. 1”: Hamilton’s essay on parties and factions (1792–95), XIII 393–95
Definitive Treaty of Peace and Friendship between His Britannic Majesty and the King of Spain (1783), XXVI 132n
DeForest, David C.: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 318, 331; Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 657, 660
DeForest, John Hancock: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 331
De Grasse, Augustus: application for Army appointment (Quasi-War), XXIII 658, 666
De Haert, Balthazar: New York City lawyer and Hamilton’s associate in practice, III 20, 33, 38–39, 42n, 45, 65, 670, 684n, V 187, 340, XX 303
De Haert (De Hart), James: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 108, 602; New York City notary, XXIII 62
De Hart, Cyrus: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 754
Cyrus de Hart, Daniel Halsey, and Others v Joseph Beach: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 754–55n
De Hart, William: Army (American Revolution), I 235
De Hart’s Point (Elizabeth Town Point), N.J., II 335n
De Haven, Moses: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 378
Deitz, Johan J.: resident of Berne, Switzerland, XXVI 244
Déjardines, Simon: and Castorland colony, XXVI 41n
Dejean, Philip: and prisoner of war exchange (American Revolution), II 301
De Krafft, Charles: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 138
Delabar, John: and “Reynolds Affair,” XIII 115–16n, XXI 127–28, 246n, 280
Delabigarre, Peter: New York City merchant, XX 417n; and threat of seizure by France of U.S. vessels, XX 225–26
Delacroix, Charles: and Charles Cotesworth Pinckney’s mission to France, XX 560–66; French Minister of Foreign Affairs under Directory, XX 321, 322n, 493n, 549n; French Minister at The Hague, XXIII 22n
Delafield, John: New York City merchant and broker, XXVI 182; career, XXVI 183n; and Hamilton’s accounts and law practice, III 11, 30, 33, 34, 52, 576, XXVI 465
De la Lande, Jacobus, see Lande, Jacobus de la
De la Lande and Fynje, see Lande and Fynje, de la
De la Montagnie, Jacob: member, New York City Common Council, XXII 482, XXIV 623, XXVI 318n
De Lancey, James (cousin of James De Lancey, II); leader of Loyalist fighters in Westchester, N.Y., IV 38n
De Lancey, James, II; N.Y. Loyalist, II 59n
De Lancey, John: recommends Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXIII 617
De Lancey, Margaret (Mrs. James, II), II 59
De Lancey, Oliver: N.Y. Loyalist, II 287n
De Lancey, Stephen (grandfather): N.Y. colonial politician, merchant, founder of family in America, III 30n, 612n
De Lancey, Stephen (grandson): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 30–31, 612, 622
De Lancey, Warren: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 34, 97, 108
De Lancey faction: and N.Y. provincial politics, V 264n, XXVI 470n
De Lancey v Browns: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 46
De Lancy, E. F.: “Original Family Records, Cruger,” I 8n
Delaney, John William: and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 443
Delaney, William: petition of, XI 253n
Delano, Barzillas: recommended as lighthouse keeper, Portland, District of Me., VI 477
Delany, Sharp: collector of customs, Philadelphia, V 369, 490, VI 205, 309, 513, VII 61, 138, 158, 447, VIII 543, IX 286, 307, XII 19, 33, 78, 419, XIII 114, 234, 380, 562, XVI 151, 350–51, XVIII 32, 173, 236, XXI 519, XXVI 651, 811, 821, 821–22, accounts, V 378, 414, 448, 493, VI 183, 193, 310, 400, 430–31, 561, VII 80–81, XIII 36–37, 319, 571, 575, 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85, XXVII 10, on aids to navigation, V 424, XI 395, administration of office and enforcement of customs regulations, V 490, VI 25, 25–56, 32–33, 35–36, 51, 185, 206–7, 249–50, 265, 275–76, 403–4, 429–30, 471–72, 514–16, 555, 561, VII 27–68, 80–81, 89, 123, 128, 129, 131, 137, 138–39, 145, 171–72, 175, 198, 373, 375, 397, 398, VIII 14, 147, 244, 303, 322–23, IX 189, XI 367, XII 4, 27–28, 108–9, 123, 419, 522, 542–43, XVIII 173, 203, 310–11, on duties before receiving commission, V 378, 520–21, fitting out of privateers, XVII 570, XVIII 24, 157, 173, 180–81, French vessels and their prizes, XV 123, 182, 246, 668, illness, V 535, VI 32, 36, instructions to, VI 13–14, 249–50, 310, 430–31, VII 67–68, 128, 131, 145, 175, 375, 397, 398, VIII 14, 147, 244, 303, 322–23, IX 189, X 384, 509, XI 4, 395, XII 4, 27–28, 33, 108–9, 123, 419, 542–43, XIII 323, XIV 423–25, XVI 396, XVIII 157, 180–81, 203, 210–11, XXVI 482, 487, 588 (see also “Treasury Department circulars to the collectors of the customs”), invalid pensions, VI 285, 293, 428–29, XIII 41, 88, passports for French vessels, XIV 423–25, and “Report on Public Credit,” VI 206–7, 266, revenue cutter, VII 98, XI 395, 535, proposed, V 477, VI 264–65, 308, 399, 402–3, 420
Delaport, Frederick: Baltimore merchant, and customs regulations, XV 392
De La Roche, Jean-Baptiste: Scioto lands and William Duer, IX 74, XI 265, XXVI 826, 834
Delarue, André-Toussaint: and Beaumarchais’s claim against U.S., XX 358n, XXI 323–24, 326
De Las Casas River, see Margot River
Delavan, —— (Mr.): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 30
Delaware, V 521, VI 457, 522, VIII 115, 147, IX 289, XI 357–58, XV 261n, XX 567, XXVI 493; accounts with U.S., funding and assumption, VI 111, 119, VIII 443n, X 545n, 551, 555–56, XIV 496–97, XV 639, XVI 633, 634, records of, under Articles of Confederation, IV 84, revenue from duties, (1789) VI 290, 414, (1789–1790) IX 3, (1792–1794) XIII 577–78, (1793) XV 575, settlement of, V 568; Additional Army candidates from, XXII 281–84; agriculture in, IX 376; in American Revolution, I 204n, 525, II 29n, 77n, 205n, 593, 595; and Annapolis Convention, III 686–90; and Army (Quasi-War), XXII 67, 240–41, 386, 549, 553, 556, 587, 589, 595, 598, XXIII 7, 11, 26, 44, 73, 76, 98, 119, 150n, 165–66, 177, 356n, 593, XXIV 17 (see also Circulars to the commandants of regiments), contracts and contractors, XXIII 10, 237–38n, 262 (see also Stockton, John); British consul at, see Bond, Phineas; commissioner of loans for, pay and payments to, IX 461, XI 65–66, XV 559, 562 (see also Tilton, John); commissioner to settle accounts of, see White, John; and Constitutional Convention, IV 162–63n, 166, 168, 170n, 173, 212, 220, 222n, V 63n, VIII 112n, XII 357n; and Continental Congress (Articles of Confederation), delegates to, see Bedford, Gunning, Jr., and McKean, Thomas; Continental Congress (2nd), requisition by, V 566–67n; Continental loan officer, pay, VI 303 (see also Tilton, John); excise law, organization under, VIII 187–89, IX 428, pay to officers of, XII 96–97, reaction to (1792), XII 237, 597, supervisor of the revenue, appointment, IX 212–13, 288, 317, 400–1, pay, XIV 485 (see also Barratt, Andrew, and Latimer, Henry); French consul general for, see La Forest, Antoine René Charles Mathurin de; Hamilton on, in The Federalist, IV 405, 406, 418, 515–16, 676, 694, at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 26, 39, 47, 50; invalid pensions in, estimate, V 392, VI 136, U.S. payment for, IX 470, XIII 134, XV 526, 571; and Jay Treaty, implementation of in House of Representatives, XX 151n; lighthouses and other navigational aids in, VI 45, IX 121, XI 196, 331, 331–32, 449, XII 14, 22, 23, XVI 203, XVII 277, 571; militia of, XVIII 24; and permanent seat of Federal Government, V 209; president of, see Bassett, Richard, and Clayton, Joshua, and Collins, Thomas, and Dickinson, John; and presidential campaign and election (1800–1801), XXIV 445, 448, 452, XXV 35, 69, 258n, 302n, 309, 344–45; and presidential election, (1788–1789) V 236, 248–49, 250–51, 252, (1792) XII 568; receiver of Continental taxes for, V 383 (see also Geddes, William); revenue cutter for, VI 447, VIII 541; U.S. attorney for District of, see Read, George; U.S. circuit and district courts, clerk, pay, XIII 58; U.S. judge for District of, pay, VI 129, IX 458, XIII 120 (see also Bedford, Gunning, Jr.); U.S. marshal for the District of, pay VI 528, settlement of accounts with U.S., IX 465 (see also McLane, Allen); U.S. Representatives from, see Bayard, James A., and Latimer, Henry, and Smith, Samuel, and Vining, John; U.S. Senators from, see Bassett, Richard, and Clayton, Joshua, and Read, George, and Vining, John, and White, Samuel
Delaware (H.M.S.): in American Revolution, II 326
Delaware (ship), XX 232n. See also Mount Vernon
Delaware (sloop), XXI 536–37n
Delaware Bay: and American Revolution, I 292, II 579; Capes of, VIII 14, and American Revolution, I 315n, II 202, 204n, 205n, 221, 356; and internal improvements, X 21, 39, XXVI 641; lighthouses, beacons, buoys, and piers in, VI 10, 24, 42, 45, 264, 352–53, 398, 399, 400, 404, 428, 439, 465, 468, 479, 482, 514, 570, VII 133, XIV 253, 346, superintendent of, see Allibone, William; navigational aids for, V 410; and Quasi-War, XXIII 193; and revenue cutters, V 477, VI 381, VII 32
Delaware County, Pa.: excise survey, VIII 189, IX 427
Delaware Indians: and American Revolution, II 46; missionary to, XIV 299n; and Treaty of Fort Harmar, VI 486n; and U.S. relations with Spain, XV 292
Delaware Nation, see Delaware Indians
Delaware River, III 81, 472, 498, IV 491n, V 209, VII 249, IX 171, XIV 452, XIX 187, XXI 367n; and American Revolution, I 219, 223, 228, 231–32, 251, 258, 296, 298, 302, 329n, 337, 339n, 341, 347, 365, 424n, 442n, 443, 448, 486, 487, 497, 501, 504n, 516, 540, 585, II 24, 198, 212, 213, 225, 326, 394, 395, III 289, XXVI 357n, 360; and exploration of North America, III 714; lighthouses, beacons, buoys, and piers for, V 377, 410, VI 10, 24, 42, 45, 50, 264, 352–53, 398, 399, 400, 402, 404, 428, 439, 465, 468, 479, 482, 514, 561, 570, VII 133, 384, 450, VIII 511, 540, IX 244, X 402n, 504, XI 293, 395, 531, 606, XII 14, 22, XIV 253, XVIII 201 (see also Allibone, William); and Quasi-War, XXIII 280, XXIV 165; and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, IX 171, 379, 380, 381, 382, 385
“Delaware Works”: and Robert Morris, XII 216n
Delegated powers in Constitution: Hamilton on, at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 116, 127, 182
Delesdernier, Lewis F.: collector of customs, Passamaquoddy, District of Me., accounts, XIII 36–37, 575, 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85, instructions to, XI 523 (see also “Treasury Department circulars to the collectors of the customs”)
Delessart, see Lessart
Delessert, Jules Paul Benjamin, baron: Paris banker, XXII 258
Delight (H.M.S.): and American Revolution II 326
Delight (schooner): and customs regulations, XVI 255, 478
Dell, George: Additional Army candidate (Del.), XXII 284
Dellois v Henry and Murray: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 62
de Lolme, Jean Louis: The Constitution of England …, IV 605
Delos (Dhilos), Greece, I 392
Delozier, Daniel: deputy collector of customs, Baltimore, Md., VI 429, VIII 38–39, X 341n, 368, XII 546, XVII 123, duties, XII 121–22, 204–6, and enforcement of customs regulations, VIII 462–63, IX 163–64, pay as, VIII 352, revenue cutter, arms for, XII 334n, 577; surveyor of customs and inspector of the revenue for the port, Baltimore, XVI 118n, 256, 286, appointment, XV 301, 660, and customs regulations, XVI 532, instructions, XVI 362–63, and revenue cutter XVI 369–70, 554
Delpeau, Charles: and plans to raise men to invade Spanish territory, XVI 138n, 139n
Delphi, oracle of, I 391, 404
Delphi, Temple of, IV 378
Demagogues: Hamilton on, at Constitutional Convention, IV 165–66, 185, 189, 192, 200, 204, in The Federalist, IV 721
Demarie, —— (Mme): Santo Domingan refugee, XV 600
Demerara, Guiana: growth of cotton at, IX 180, X 217, 328
Demlar (Demler), George: Regular Army, XXIII 48, 74, XXIV 90
Democracy and democracies: Hamilton on, at Constitutional Convention, IV 185, 186, 192, 195, 200, 202, 204, 205, 219n, 222n, 223n, 565–66, in The Farmer Refuted, I 97–100, in The Federalist, IV 538, 565–66, in letter to Gouverneur Morris (1777), I 255, at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 38–39, 47, 50, 82, 100, 110, 150–51
Democratic Party, see Republican Party
Democratic Republicans, see Republican Party
Democratic societies, XV 121–22, 161–62n, 268–70, XVI 465–70, XVII 138, 394, XIX 526; of Ky., XXII 286n; of N.Y., XVIII 471n, 472n, 482–83n; of Pa., XV 122n, XVI 398n, 483n, Washington County, XVI 259–60n, XVII 369n, 379n, 394; of Vt., XVIII 472n, Chittenden County, XVI 465–66
Democrats, see Republican Party
De Monbreun, Timothy (Jacques Timothé Boucher): report on petition of, XIII 470
De Monts, Pierre du Guast, Seigneur: and exploration of North America, III 706, 707
Demosthenes, I 390, II 103, III 383n, IV 181; The Three Orations of Demosthenes chief Orator among the Grecians, in favor of the Olynthians … with those his fower Orations titled expressly & by name against King Philip of Macedonie …, IV 379n
D’Engestrom, Lars: Swedish Minister to Great Britain, XVII 459
Dengler, Adolf: ed. Descriptive Index of the Maps on Records in the Office of the Register of City and County of New York, XXIII 566n
Denisort, J. B.: Collections de Décisions Nouvelles et de Notions Relatives à la Jurisprudence Actuelle, XIX 286, 288
Deniston, George I.: payment for Army supplies, quartermaster’s dept., XVII 529
Deniston, John: payment for Army supplies, XVII 524
Denmark, I 1–2, 378, II 238n, 412, IX 39, 53, XV 270n, XIX 335n, 502, 503n, 504n, XX 430, 492–93, 555, XXI 70, 203, XXV 308, 326; currency, value of, VI 210, VII 438–39, 481–82, 489, 545, VIII 584–85; loans, terms of, VII 179, 180, 350; merchant vessels trading with U.S., V 447, 466, 467, 468, 470–71, 480, 509, VI 21, 27; relations with Russia, XXVI 124, with U.S., II 633, XV 204, 257, 315, 674, XVI 327n, 346, 543, 548–49, 578, XVII 459–60, XVIII 442n, 494–95n, 508, XIX 210n, 211, 259, XXV 80, 121, 508n
Dennie, Joseph: Federalist journalist, XXV 384–85
Denning, William, Sr.: N.Y. merchant, XII 425; and Bank of North America, III 643–44; commissioner of the Board of Treasury, II 558; commissioner for settling accounts of the quartermaster’s dept., XVI 59; Continental securities issued by, VI 122; member, N.Y. Assembly, III 677n, VI 153n
Denning, William, Jr.: trip to Europe, XII 423n, 425
Denning’s Point, see De Peyster’s Point
Dennis, John (Md.): comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 299
Dennis, John (N.J.): Treasury warrants, XXVI 719
Dennis, Patrick: ship pilot, and American Revolution, I 524, II 349; N.Y. revenue cutter, captain of, VII 79, 97, XII 117, XV 118, XXVI 844
Dennis, Thomas: Newport, R.I., shipowner, and customs regulations, XVI 446
Dennison, Daniel: executor of estate of Hugh Smith, VI 536
Denny, David: comments on Additional Army candidates (Pa.), XXII 132, 138
Denny, Ebenezer: capt., Pa. militia, and relations with Indians in western Pa. XVI 427n, XVII 371–72n, 372n
Denny, Robert: recommended as collector of customs at Annapolis, Md., XV 70
Dent, George: member, House of Representatives (Md.), XV 462, XXII 294n, 382n, comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 294, 297, 300, 304, 305, 307, and election of 1800, XXV 35, 300, 346n
Dent, Thomas: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 307, 310
Denyse, Anne: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 93
Denyse, Isaac: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 91
Denyse, Jacques: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 93
Department of Finance, see Finance, Department of
Department of Foreign Affairs, see Congress (under Articles of Confederation)
Department of Justice, see Justice Department
Department of State, see State Department
Department of the Navy, XXI 465; chief clerk of, see Goldsborough, Charles W., and Turner, Thomas; legislation establishing, see Congress of the United States, acts of, “An Act to establish an Executive department, to be denominated the Department of the Navy” (May 2, 1798); regulations for, XXV 518–19; Secretary of, see Smith, Robert, and Stoddert, Benjamin
Department of the Treasury, see Treasury Department
Department of War, see War Department
De Pauw, Cornelius (Corneille), XXVI 809, 851; honorary French citizenship, XII 546n; Recherches Philosophiques sur les Américains …, IV 346n, XVIII 279, 280n
De Peyster, —— (Mr.): debt to Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 303
De Peyster, Arent S.: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 95
De Peyster, Cornelia: payment to, for lot in New York City, III 10–11, 15
De Peyster, James: student with Hamilton at King’s College, I 80
De Peyster’s Point (now Denning’s Point, Beacon, N.Y.), II 649n, 657n, 660n, 669n
Deptford, England, XVI 525, 528
Derby, Elias Hasket: report on petition of, VIII 155–56
Derby, John: Salem, Mass., merchant, and China trade, IX 45n
Derby, England: silk mills at, X 241n
Derbyshire, England, IX 439–40n
Dericks, see Diriks
Dering, see Deering
Dermer, Thomas: and exploration of North America, III 709, 714
De Saussure, Henry William, XXVI 20, 125; director, U.S. Mint, XIX 298, 466; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 142; suggested as Secretary of State, XIX 397, as U.S. Minister to France, XX 223
Desbrosses, Elias: executors of, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 45
Descontures de la Hais (des Couteurs), James: Army (American Revolution), payment for services, VI 542
des Couteurs, see Descontures de la Hais
Deseze, Romain: French lawyer, and trial of Louis XIV, XIV 369–70
Desha, James: Additional Army candidate (Tenn.), XXII 312; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 587, XXIV 248, 357
Deshon, John: commissioner of Navy Board for Eastern Department, XI 55–56, 56n
Desparbés, Jean Jacques Pierre: commander of French troops in Santo Domingo, XIII 446, defeat of, XIII 171n
Despotism: Hamilton on, in “The Continentalist,” II 651, in The Federalist, IV 367, in N.Y. Assembly, IV 11, at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 20, 28, 32, 46, 93, 99–100, 107, 110, 119, 133, 152, 173, 176
Destouches, Charles René Dominique Sochet, chevalier: French Navy (American Revolution), successor to Ternay, II 540, 542, 570, 573, 578, 579, 580, 582, 583n, 588, 589n
“Detector”: article erroneously attributed to Hamilton, XI 255
“Detector”: pseudonym used by Hamilton in article on XYZ affair, XXI 506–13
“Detector No. I”: article erroneously attributed to Hamilton, XII 123
“Detector No. II”: article erroneously attributed to Hamilton, XII 266
Detroit, II 301n, III 293, XVII 321n, XIX 440n, XX 452n; and American Revolution, II 253; and Army (Quasi-War), XXII 455, 456, 517, 566, 573, XXIII 4–5, 32–33, 37n, 38, 64, 74, 79, 121n, 127–28, 136, 164–65, 209, 218, 219, 231, 269n, 271, 290, 380, 381, 382, 388, 389, 399, 403, 404–5, 440, 505, 521–22, 683, XXIV 18, 32–33, 37n, 38, 64, 79, 80–81, 127–28, 187n, 225, 297n, 344, 411n, 414, 568, XXIV 18; British-held post before Jay Treaty, XVIII 405n, XIX 142, 167, 168, 207n, XX 307n; and Nootka Sound crisis, VI 573, VII 37; and relations with British in North America, VI 573, 550–51, VII 37, 608–11, VIII 544–45, IX 266n, XIII 480n, XVII 277n, XVIII 405n, XIX 142, 165n, 167, 168, 207n, XX 307n; and relations with Indians, VI 550–51, VII 608–11, VIII 544–45, IX 266n, XIII 480n, XV 292, XIX 223
Deux Ponts, Guillaume Fosbach, comte de: and attack on Yorktown, II 679n
De Vaux, William: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 77
Devens, Richard: commissary for supplying Mass. lighthouses, VI 44, 428
Devereux, Burrell: temporary collector of customs, Marblehead, Mass., XXVI 553–54
Dewall, see Duval
Dewes, Thomas: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 139
Dewett, Joseph: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 279
Dewey, Davis R., see Holdsworth, John Thom
Dewey, John: wheel manufacturer, Suffield, Conn., IX 346
Dewhurst, John: New York City merchant, XV 355n; claims on estate of, XVI 529, 564, XVIII 205n; failure and bankruptcy of, XI 259; and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures XI 259, 348, 356n, XII 30, 63–64, XVI 226–29, XXVI 657, 658n, 826
Dewint (De Windt), John, Jr.: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 24
DeWitt, —— (Mr.): executors of, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 50
DeWitt, Benjamin: and Hamilton’s election to N.Y. Society for the Promotion of Agriculture, Arts, and Manufactures, XXV 342
DeWitt, Simeon: geographer for Army (American Revolution), II 513; and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 304, 388, XXI 117; surveyor general of N.Y., and defense of New York City harbor, XXI 517, and map of N.Y. State, XX 75, 76n
DeWitt, Tjerck C.: and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 293, 314, 330–31
DeWitt adsm Callahan: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 67
Executors of Dewitt v Verrien: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 66
Dexter, Andrew: Providence, R.I., cotton manufacturer, IX 448
Dexter, Edward: Providence, R.I., merchant, and collusive transfers of ships, XII 375, XIII 25–27, 243–44, 380–81, XIV 206, lawsuits of, XIV 243–44, 320, 341–42, XV 341–42, 357, 372, 392, 403, XVI 39, 185, 222, 258, 331–32, 333, 379n, XVII 82–83, 211, 253, 445–46, XVIII 34–35, 176. See also Arnold, Welcome, and Neptune (brig)
Dexter, John S., XXIII 616; agent for R.I. line (American Revolution), VIII 3; on Hamilton’s list for Francisco de Miranda, III 587; inspector of the revenue (R.I.), VIII 189, IX 214, on manufacturing in R.I., IX 432–49, pay, IX 427; supervisor of the revenue for the District of R.I., VIII 187–88, 311, IX 442n, XI 14, 332, 364, 369, 394n, 450, XII 202, 274, 420, 507, XIII 13, XVII 80, 81n, 311–12, 342, accounts, XIII 576, XV 488–95, instructions to, XII 605–7, 619–20, XIII 315 (see also “Treasury Department circulars to the supervisors of the revenue”), pay, XII 88–89, 95, XVIII 168
Dexter, Samuel: Mass. lawyer, member, House of Representatives, and U.S. Senator (Mass.), XXIII 124n; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 475n; land speculation, XX 211n, XXI 165n, 166, 295–96; and presidential election (1800), XXIV 467, 474–75, XXV 5n, 32, 59n; proposed as Attorney General, XIX 358, 396, as Secretary of State, XIX 397; Secretary of War, XXIV 511, 568n, XXV 6, 12, 13, 17–18, 19, 43–45, 46n, 61, 65–66, 127–28, XXVI 177
Dexter, Samuel: Providence, R.I., merchant, and customs regulations, XII 335–36, 529, XIII 381. See also Arnold, Welcome
Dexter, Stephen: Providence, R.I., merchant, XV 358n, and customs regulations, IX 206–7, XIII 26
Dey, Anthony: N.J. attorney, and Associates of the Jersey Company, XXVI 221, 229–31
Dey, Theunis: house of, in American Revolution, II 353n, XXVI 400
Deyle, see Deagle
de Zeng, Frederick Augustus: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 97, 108, 601
D’Hebecourt, Francis: militia capt. at Gallipolis, XVII 343n
Diana (ship): and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 157–58
Diana (sloop): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 599
Diana Taurica (Orthia), I 401
The [N.Y.] Diary: or Loudon’s Register, XV 355n
Dicas, John: hydrometer of, VIII 158, 243–44, 332–33, 338, 339, 355, 404, 406, 488, 542, IX 212–13, use by collectors of customs, VII 368–72
Dick, Elisha Cullen (Dr.): and Washington’s death, XXIV 101
Dickason (Dickerson), Thomas: member of London banking firm, VII 194, XXVI 821
Dicker, Joseph: pay for guns for Army, XIII 565
Dickert, Jacob: pay for rifles for Army, XIII 568, XV 523
Dickinson, John: delegate, Annapolis Convention (Del.), III 690; delegate, Constitutional Convention (Del.), IV 166; and Hamilton’s speeches in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 174, 176; letter of condolence on death of Hamilton’s son and Hamilton’s reply, XXV 438, 583; Letters from a Pennsylvania Farmer …, I 130n, 131n; president of Pa., and William Pearce of Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, IX 86n, XI 243; III 332–33, 337, 398n, 402, 404, 408, 438–39, 499, 504, XII 158n
Dickinson, Philemon, XVIII 235n; Army (American Revolution), I 325, 348, 501, 502, 503, 505, 508, 509, 517; comments on Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 120, 129; and presidential election (1800), XXV 111n, 115–19; U.S. Senator (N.J.), pay, XIII 60, 61, XV 505, XVII 504
Dickinson, Samuel: Additional Army candidate (N.J. and Pa.), XXII 129, 134
Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa., XXII 135n
Dickson, David: and plans for a cotton factory in N.Y., IX 440n, XX 200–1
Dickson, James: British deserter (American Revolution), II 339
Dickson, Joseph: member, House of Representatives (N.C.), and election of 1800, XXV 70n
Dickson, William: and defense of John J.U. Rivardi in Quasi-War, XXIII 410–11n
Dickson, Livingston, and Company: plans for cotton factory in N.Y., IX 440n
Dictator: Hamilton on, at Constitutional Convention, IV 162; proposed by New England Convention (1780), II 425, 433
Diderot, Denis: Encyclopédie; ou, Dictionnaire Raisonné des Sciences, des Arts et des Métiers …, IV 403n
Didon (French frigate): and Hamilton’s funeral, XXVI 329
Diemer, James (Dr.): Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 281
Dienne, see Dionne
Diet, see Holy Roman Empire
Dietrichs, Johan Henric: and death of Hamilton’s mother, I 1, 3n
Digby, Robert: British admiral, commander of American station (American Revolution), III 414n, and peace commission, XXVI 427n
Digges, Thomas: and encouragement of manufactures in U.S., XI 241–46; and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, IX 81n, 86n, XI 506
Dighton, Mass., VIII 163–64, 183, 224, 310, 470, IX 284; port of entry, collector of customs, see Baylies, Hodijah, accounts, XI 236, customs accounts, XIII 36–37, 575, 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85; possible regimental rendezvous at (Quasi-War), XXIII 211
Diligence: N.C. revenue cutter, X 492n, XII 512n, XVI 103n
Diligent (H.M.S.): in American Revolution, XXI 478n
Diligent (ship): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 611
Dill, David: Hamilton’s law practice, and debt of Hamilton’s estate to, XXVI 307
Dill, George (Dr.): and Quasi-War, XXIII 681
Dill, James: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 584, 682, 688, XXIV 246, 622
Dill, John: Army (American Revolution), pay due to, V 527, payment to, XIII 95
Dillet, Francis: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 308
Dillon, Malcolm: The History and Development of Banking in Ireland, VII 249n
Dinsmoor, Silas: Indian agent, XXIV 344, 347n
Dinwiddie County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Dionne (Dienne), Germaine: Army (American Revolution), V 401
Dipnall, Thomas: and death of Hamilton’s mother, I 1–2
Direct taxes, see Taxes: direct
Diriks (Dericks), Jacob Gerhard: Army (American Revolution), II 572; attempts to obtain loan from Holland, VIII 158n
Dismal Swamp Canal Company, XI 586n
Dispatch (brig), XIV 537
Distilled spirits: for Army, XV 26, 472, 598, XVII 19–20, 77–78, 326, 387, 442, 580, XVIII 28–29, 46n; distilleries, in Conn., IX 350, in Va. (1791), IX 302–4; drawbacks on, XII 135, 155, 198, 261, 274, 281–82, 419, XV 476–79, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 20, XXVI 640, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 37–38, 94–95, 103–4, 292, 514; duties on, enforcement of regulations concerning, VII 157, 368–72, 614, VIII 365–87, 502, 548–49, IX 13, 18–19, 187–88, 189, 206–7, 214–15, 236, 285, 309, 378, 403–4, 476, X 352, XI 49, 292, 488, 491, XII 135, 155, 165, 203–4, 261, 274, 421, XVI 118, 184, Hamilton on defects of provisions concerning, in “An Act for laying a Duty on Goods, Wares, and Merchandises imported into the United States,” VI 374, 377, Hamilton on in “First Report on the Further Provision Necessary for Establishing Public Credit,” VII 215–25, 226–36, Hamilton on in 1795 “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 61–62, Hamilton’s proposals for in “Draft of An Act Making Further Provision for the Payment of the Debts of the United States,” XXVI 511–13, Hamilton’s proposals for (1792), XI 143–44, 146–47, 149, legislation concerning, XI 87–88, XXV 461n, James Madison’s proposal for, V 525, petition for reduction of, X 323n, revenue from (1792), XV 476–87; encouragement of manufacture of, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 17, XXVI 632, 638, Hamilton on in “Report on Manufactures,” X 35–36, 101–2, 102–3, 117–19, 170, 208–10, 226, 283, 322–24, 336, 514; enforcement of regulations concerning, VIII 365–87, 548–49; excise on, act for repeal of, XXVI 116n, Fisher Ames on, VIII 591, William Bingham’s proposal for, V 550, and commissioner of the revenue, XVI 115, Tench Coxe on duties of revenue officers and organization of revenue system, XII 15–19, 85–98, 200n, 402n, XIII 305–14, XVI 603, Tench Coxe on payment of arrears of in Ky., XVIII 196, Tench Coxe’s report on, XIV 81, 177, 185, enforcement of regulations concerning, VIII 505–6, 510–11, IX 187, 217–18, 248–49, XI 34, 460, 491, 518, 582, 583, Hamilton on (1797), XX 484, Hamilton on (1801), XXV 471–73, Hamilton on expenses and revenues of collection of (1795), XVIII 165–70, 219–21, Hamilton on legislation concerning, VIII 366–82, Hamilton on organization of revenue system for collection of, IX 9–10, 426–31, XIV 484–85, XV 650–51, XXV 509–10, Hamilton on payment of arrears of in western Pa., XVII 376–77, Hamilton on possible effect on foreign loans, IX 2, Hamilton on in 1795 “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 48n, 57n, 62, 70, 74, 77, 78, 81, 105, 146, Hamilton’s draft of act concerning (1792), XI 73–74, Hamilton’s report on difficulties of execution of law on, XI 77–106, legislation concerning, XVII 2–3n, XXVI 611, James Madison’s proposal for, V 525, in Md., IX 401, opposition to (1792), see Excise: legislation, opposition to enforcement of (1792), opposition to (1794), see Whiskey Insurrection, organization of revenue system for collection of, XIV 81, Washington on organization of revenue system for collection of, VIII 187–91, and payment of public debt, XVIII 381n, proposed, V 165, revenue from, X 534, 535–36, XI 276, XIII 136, 512, 529, 546, 555–61, 579, XIV 72, 177, 185, 193, 222–23, XV 488–95, 572, 622–24, 649, XVI 167–69, 179–80, 191, XVII 401–2, Arthur St. Clair on execution of in Northwest Territory, XV 210–11; Hamilton on tax on retail sale of, VI 289; Hamilton’s proposal for excise and duties on, in The Federalist, IV 351–52, in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 124, 134, in “Report on Public Credit,” VI 99–105, 138–68, 374; prices of, V 452–53; production of in New England, Hamilton on at N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 134; and relationship between customs and revenue officials, VI 429–30, VIII 365–82, 502, IX 217–18, X 340–41, XII 46–56, 202–3, 273–74, 281–82, XVI 106–7, 116, XVIII 151; sales of, to Indians, XXIII 32, 440, to soldiers, XXIII 32
Distilleries: in Conn., IX 350; Tench Coxe on conversion from use of molasses to use of grain and fruit, XII 18; Hamilton on proposed tax on, V 525; in Hamilton’s “Report on the Difficulties in the Execution of the Act Laying Duties on Distilled Spirits,” XI 78–102; in Mass., IX 187–88; in N.C., IX 84; in N.H., IX 186; in R.I., IX 433–34; in Va., V 513, IX 279, 302. See also Distilled spirits and Distillers
Distillers: Tench Coxe on, X 320n; in Hamilton’s “Report on the Difficulties in the Execution of the Act Laying Duties on Distilled Spirits,” XI 78–102; petition of, for reduction of duties on distilled spirits, X 323. See also Distilled spirits and Distilleries
Distillers’ utensils: manufacture of, X 170, 284
Distribution: laws of, Hamilton on in “Opinion on the Constitutionality of an Act to Establish a Bank,” VIII 77, 107–9
District of Columbia, XXVI 828, 837, 846, 847, 870; survey of, XI 109n. See also Federal City and Washington, D.C.
District of Maine, see Maine, District of
Disunion: Hamilton on, in The Federalist, IV 342, 345–46, 354, 365–66, 433–34, 715
Ditmars, Johannes: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 92, 94
Johannes Ditmars (Ditzmas) v Mary H. Holland: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 63
Diven, William: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 582, XXIV 40, 248, 357
Divorce: of Isaac Gouverneur, Jr., and Elizabeth Gouverneur, XXVI 462–63n; Hamilton on legislation concerning in N.Y. Assembly, IV 70–71, 125
Dixon, John: publisher, Williamburg Gazette, I 491
Dobbs, John: supplies Hamilton with firewood, XXIV 428n
Dobbs, William: Army (American Revolution), II 198
Dobbs County, N.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.: and American Revolution, II 373, 375, 389, 391, 434, 457, 501, 502, 503, 506, 508, 513, 516, 649n, 652n, 669n, headquarters, II 371–74, 434
Dobrzyn: and second partition of Poland, XVI 15n
Dobson, Thomas: pay, for binding Treasury certificates, XIII 109, for pamphlets, XVI 563
“Doctors’ Riot,” IV 294n
Dodd’s (Doddes) Tavern, N.Y., II 513, 516, XXVI 402, 403n
Dodge, Samuel (Md.): superintendent, fortification of Baltimore, XVI 472, 473n, 618, XVII 199
Dodge, Samuel (New York City): inspector of customs, pardon of, XI 257n; petition of, VIII 202–3, 312–13, 353–54, XI 256–57
Dogget, Silas: shipmaster, and customs regulations, XI 514
Dohrman (Dohrmad), Arnold Henry: and Hamilton’s dispute with Andrew G. Fraunces, XIV 465; U.S. agent in Portugal, pay, V 403, XIX 517
Dohrman, Jacob, and Company: pay for money advanced to State Department agent, XVI 452
Dole, James: comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 102
Dollar: alloy in, fineness, value, and weight of, Hamilton’s correspondence concerning in preparation for “Report on the Mint,” VII 155, 190–91, 202, 385–87, 451; Hamilton on assay of Spanish dollar, X 355–57; and Hamilton’s “Report on the Mint,” X 451, 467, 468, 470
Dolphin (brig): granted passport, XVI 375
Dolphin (schooner): and customs regulations, XII 23
Dolphin (sloop): and customs regulations, IX 478
Domat, Jean: Les Loix Civiles …, XIX 286
Domestic debt, see Public credit and public debt
Domestic loans, see Loans to U.S.: domestic
Domett, Henry W.: A History of the Bank of New York, 1784–1884, III 616n, XVII 323n, 406n, XVIII 183, XX 50n, XXVI 225n
Dominica, Windward Islands, XIX 171n; and American Revolution, I 256; and mission of Nathaniel C. Higginson, XVI 291n; and ships captured by British, XVI 418
Dominick, George: master of Mount Vernon, captured by French privateer, XX 221n, 232n
Dominique, see Dominica
Donald, —— (Capt.): and James Blanchard, XIII 521
Donald, Alexander: Richmond, Va., merchant and partner in London firm of Donald and Burton, IX 312, XV 619n, XVI 362n; describes trade in Va., XXVI 499; and Hamilton’s father, XII 223, 292, XIV 536; and possibility of loan to U.S. from London, IX 99–100, 227–28. See also Donald and Burton
Donald and Burton: London firm, XXVI 500n; and attachment of Treasury stock, XV 618, 620, XVI 362; and possibility of loan to U.S., IX 312–13, 480
Donaldson, John: member, governor’s council, Md., XXIV 592n
Donaldson, Joseph, Jr.: U.S. agent to Algiers, XIX 462; U.S. consul for Tripoli and Tunis, XIX 361n
Donaldson, William (New York City): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 672
Donaldson, William (Orange County, N.Y.): and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 404n
Donauwörth (Donawerth), West Bavaria, IV 388
“Don Carlos Dildephonso Rico Hombre D’Espagne”: alias used by Spain to provide funds to U.S. during American Revolution, XII 532
Doncaster, England: textile mills in, IX 86n
Done, Thomas: and American Revolution, II 47
Donnaldson, John: register general, Pa., and purchase of U.S. securities, XIII 497, and state debt, XII 114n, 143, and subscribing state certificates to U.S. loan, VIII 410–11, IX 310, XI 551–52
Donnan, Elizabeth: ed., “Papers of James A. Bayard, 1796–1805,” XXV 70n, 193–94n, 302n, 346n, 598n
Donnant, Denis: Philadelphia French teacher, Hamilton’s account with, XVI 426, 564
Donnell, Nathaniel: Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 129, 130
Donnellan, Thomas: petition of, XI 300, report on, XI 311
Donnison, William: recommends Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXIV 625, 628
Donovan, Timothy: N.Y. tobacconist, congratulates Hamilton, XXII 29
Doolittle, Amos: pay for seal for District Court of Conn., XIII 101
Dorcaster, see Doncaster
Dorchester, 1st Baron, see Carleton, Guy
Dorchester County, Md.: excise survey, IX 428, XIII 323n
Dordrecht, Netherlands: mint at, IX 101
Dorfman, Joseph: The Economic Mind in American Civilization, 1605–1865, VI 54n, VII 462n, X 11n, 14n
Dorset County, Md., XIV 426; excise survey, XII 94
Dorsey, Joshua: comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 292, 304
Dorsey, Larkin: and American Revolution, I 544
Dorsey, Nathan: surgeon general, Pa. militia, and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 255
Dorsey, Walter: comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 292, 304
Doty, Moses: Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 633
Doughty, John: Army (American Revolution), XIII 298, pay for forage, XIII 297; Army (western posts), XI 361; Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXI 492, XXIII 73
Doughty, Thomas: New York City lot of, XXVI 460
Douglas, George: and money advanced to Dutch bankers, XV 48
Douglas, Sylvester: Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of King’s Bench …, VI 300n, XV 187n
Douglas, William: and money advanced to Dutch bankers, XV 48
Douglass, Ephriam: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 347n
Douglass, John A.: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 135, 145
Douglass, John Erskine: captain, H.M.S. Boston, XXVI 329
Douglass, John H. (Dr.): Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXIII 653–54; Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 175, 638, 649
Douglass, William: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s artillery co., I 188, 190
Douglass, William: A Summary, Historical and Political, of the First Planting, Progressive Improvements, and Present State of the British Settlements in North-America, III 712
Douthat, Francis: cloth manufacturing and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, XII 26, 219, XV 438–40
Douthat, Thomas (brother of Francis Douthat), XV 438–40
Douw, Volkert Pieterse: Indian commissioner of Northern Department, XX 60, 117, accounts, XXVI 620
Douw (Dow), Volkert (Volckert), Jr.: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 91, 107
Dove (brig); and customs regulations, X 344, 371
Dove (sloop): Friend Dole, master, passport issued to, XVI 299
Dove (sloop): Pardon T. Slocum, master, and customs regulations, IX 18–19
Dover, John (New York City): release of son from Army (Quasi-War), XXII 578, 579n, XXIII 656, XXV 8
Dover, John, Jr.: release from Army, (Quasi-War), XXV 8
Dover, Del., VI 514n, VII 198n, IX 211, 377n, XXIII 238n; and American Revolution, I 430, II 202
Dover, England, XX 426n
Dover (H.M.S.): and Thomas Nash case, XXIV 64–65n
Dover Packet (schooner): claim for loss of (American Revolution), XI 358n
Dow, see Douw
Dowdle, Richard: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 700, V 253
Dowlas: duty on, proposed, X 214, 326
Down (Downe), Free, and Thornton: London banking firm, XXV 599n
Down, Palfrey: loan office certificate of, XI 313
Downing, Hunt: supplies for troops in Whiskey Insurrection, XVIII 26, 171–72
Downing, Richard: supplies for troops in Whiskey Insurrection, XVIII 26, 171–72
Doyer, Hendrick (Kendrick): petition of, X 324n, XI 90
Doyle, Michael: and promissory note, V 365n
Drake: Sir Francis: and history of North America, XIX 184n
Drake, Francis: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 48, 91, 107
Drake, Francis: British envoy to Genoa, XX 518n
Drake, Henry: Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 121, 130
Dransey, Peter A.: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 75, XXIV 647
Draper, John: shipmaster, I 12
Draper, Simeon: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 319, 338; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 138, 166, 412, 561, 563, 651, XXIV 58, 59, 88, 106
Drava (Drave) River, I 382
Drawbacks, V 475n, VII 80, VIII 302; and accounts of collectors of customs, XIII 36, 38, XV 477, 479; on chocolate, XXVI 640, proposed, X 20, 226, 335–36; claims for, XVI 254–55, 365; on cotton goods, proposed, X 113, 218–19, 307, 330; Tench Coxe on, in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 20, XXVI 639–40; on distilled spirits, VI 164–67, X 514, XI 49, 292, XXVI 640, legislation concerning, XI 94–95, 103–4, XII 115, 198, 202, 260, 261n, 274, 281–82, 419, XIII 310, 313; on dried and pickled fish, V 580, VI 375, 489–90, 570, XXVI 550, 576, proposed, XXVI 518, report on, X 504–5; and fishing vessels, legislation concerning, XV 545; and fraud, VI 194, VII 24; Hamilton on, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 37–38, 112–13, 192–93, 306–7; on hemp, proposed, X 307; and impeachment of Jeremiah Olney, XIV 215–16n; legislation concerning, VII 26–27, 129, 201, VIII 168–69, 271, 272n, 273, 304–5, IX 189, X 506–7, XVI 38, XXVI 576n, 601–2, proposed revision of, VI 389; on molasses, proposed, X 20, 113, 226, 307, 336; and partial cargo, VI 377; payment of, and collectors of customs, XI 192, 330, 332, 353, 356, 369, 563, XII 135, 280–81; and payment of duties, XI 41, 292; proposed increase of, XI 148; report on, requested, XII 551; on salt, X 307; and ships in distress, XII 542–43, 551–52; Adam Smith on, X 307n; on snuff and other manufactured tobacco, VI 288; on sugar, X 20, 225–26, 335–36, XXVI 640; on white cotton and linen, X 113; on wines, VII 168, 169, proposed, VI 180–81
Drayton, Stephen: deputy quartermaster general, Southern Department (American Revolution), account as, IX 142, 158
Drayton, William: career, X 436n; report on Catharine Green’s claim, X 436, 466; U.S. judge for the District of S.C., pay, XIII 56
Drayton, William Henry: delegate, Continental Congress (S.C.), I 517, II 54n
Drennon, David: excise opposition in Pa. (1791), XVII 29
Drilling: duty on, proposed, X 214, 326
Drinker, Henry: pay for supplies for beacon boats, XIII 565, 568, XV 533
Drinker, Henry, Jr., XIII 100, 142
Drost, see Droz
Droz, Jean Pierre: and Mint, VI 371–72n, VII 163–64, VIII 285, IX 101–3, 228, X 489
Druggists: and use of fish, X 40, XXVI 641
Drugs: duty on, IX 517–18; dyeing, duty on, IX 453–54, X 16–17n; exports of, IX 517; imports from Great Britain, IX 517; manufacture of, IX 517–18; medicinal, duty on, XXVI 643, proposed, XI 145, XXVI 517
Drummond, —— (Messrs.): John B. Church’s account with, III 34
Drummond, Archibald: New York City bookseller and stationer, Hamilton’s account with, XX 340–41
Drummond, Lord James: breach of parole (American Revolution), I 281
Drury, Jotham: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s artillery co., I 190
Dryden, John: Plutarch’s Lives, in six volumes …, I 391–407, III 103n, IV 310n
Dry Ridge Blockhouse, Northwest Territory: garrison at, XXVI 687
Drysdale, James: British shipmaster, XIV 535–36n
Duane, James, III 138, 437, IV 238, V 302n, 397, VI 407, IX 25, XI 3n, XIV 186, XVIII 305n, XXIV 33n; Annapolis Convention, delegate, III 665–66, 671n; career, XX 328n; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 88, 615, XX 328, XXI 97–98, 195; mayor of New York City, III 582n, 656, 701, V 282, 361; member, Continental Congress (N.Y.) during American Revolution, I 428, II 2, 5n, 39, 58, 174, 235, 322, 328–39, 383, 454–55, 479, 482, 605, III 113n, 117, 188, 356n, 433, 437, XXVI 399, 806, and Army supplies, II 151–52, on course of war, II 163–64, 180–82, 185–87, III 378–79n, Hamilton reports to, on situation at headquarters and course of war, II 144–55, 158–59, 172–73, 194–95, 321–22, 363–64, 420–21, 479, III 430–31, XXVI 374–76, Hamilton sends proposals on way to improve union, II 400–18, XXVI 379, 795; member, N.Y. Senate, III 138n; nominated by Hamilton to Constitutional Convention, IV 148; nominated for U.S. Senate, V 360–61, 362–63; N.Y.-Mass. controversy, III 613, 614, V 232n; proposes stronger union, III 257–58; ratification of Constitution, IV 650–51, V 112n, 114n, 156n, 167n, 167–68n, 195n; and “Report on the Bank,” VII 239n, 241n, 251, 255; and “Report on Public Credit,” VI 55; Society of the Cincinnati, III 693–96, IV 33–34, 118–19; and Baron von Steuben, VI 407; U.S. judge for District of N.Y., V 397–98, VII 383, IX 11, 483–84, XIV 284–85, 287, XV 12, 588 (see also “Treasury Department circulars to the district judges”), pay, VIII 548, XIII 54, 569, XV 501; and western posts, III 435–36, 458, 464–65, 468–69
Maria Duane v John Vogbt and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 328n
Duane, Mary Livingston (Mrs. James) (daughter of Robert Livingston, 3rd Lord of the Manor), II 152, 604, III 88n
Duane, William: ed. [Philadelphia] Aurora. General Advertiser, XXIV 329n, XXV 20, 54–55, 116, 174, 175n, 177, 179n, 181; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 128
Duanesburg, N.Y., XX 328n, XXIV 33n
Dublin, Ireland, II 318, VI 501, 571; Society for Promoting Husbandry and Other Useful Arts in Ireland, IX 437n; U.S. consul at, XVI 197n, 598
Dublin Society’s Weekly Observations, IX 437n
DuBois, Armand Budington: The English Business Company after the Bubble Act, 1720–1800, VII 254n
DuBois, Elias: and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 123
DuBois, Henry: and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 123n
Dubois (DuBois, Duboys), Lewis: Army (American Revolution), I 298, II 543; and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 123, 193
DuBois, Susanna (Mrs. Elias): and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 123
Dubouchage, François-Joseph Gratet, vicomte: French Minister of Marine, and U.S. debt to France, XII 175n, 445, 643n
Dubouchet, Denis-Jean-Florimond-Langlois de Mautheville, marquis: and American Revolution, I 310, II 496
Duboys and Company: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 67
Du Buc de Marentille, Abraham: French emigré, sends manuscript, XXVI 233–34
Dubuysson des Hays (Aix), Charles-François, vicomte: and American Revolution, II 311
Ducher, Gaspard Joseph Amand, XI 541, XX 324; Analyse des Loix Commerciales, X 264n; discusses events in France (1792), XII 608–9; French vice consul at Portsmouth, N.H., and Wilmington, N.C., IV 285–86, V 493, discusses French commercial relations, VI 181–83; Hamilton’s debt to, III 27, XVIII 504, XXI 528, XXVI 186; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 22; introduction of, III 641; return to France (1790), VII 136
Duchinck (Duychink), Gerardus: and wine glasses for Hamilton, III 69
Duck: bounty on, in Mass., IX 163, 372–73; duty on, XII 613; manufacture of, IX 162–63, in Boston, IX 372–73, in Conn., IX 319–20; and naval armament, XVI 568–69, 586; for revenue cutters, XXVI 555–56. See also Sailcloth
Ducos, Pierre Roger: reported member of Directory (1799), XXIII 267n
Du Coudray, Philippe Charles Jean Baptiste Tronson: Army (American Revolution), I 261, 278–79, 286, 312, 313, 542, XXVI 366n, 792–93, payment for services, XII 269, XIII 106
Duels: Aaron Burr-John B. Church, XXVI 237, 241n, 244n; H-Aaron Burr, account of by contemporaries, XXVI 333–34, 334–36n, 337–39, 340, background, XXVI 235–41, challenge, negotiations preceding, and Hamilton’s preparations for, XXVI 241–309, death of Hamilton and aftermath of duel, XXVI 311–49; Hamilton’s abortive duels, see Gordon, William, and Monroe, James, and Nicholson, James; Hamilton as second to John Laurens in Charles Lee-Laurens duel, II 517–21, XXVI 236; Philip Hamilton-George I. Eacker, XXVI 435–38n, 438, 439, 440, 469, 490, 498, 499n, 583, 583–84, 607n, XXVI 72n, 237, 241n
“The Duels Between—Price and Philip Hamilton, and George I. Eacker,” XXV 436n
Duel with Aaron Burr, see Duels and Hamilton, Alexander
Due process of law: Hamilton on, in A Letter from Phocion, III 484–85, in N.Y. Assembly (1787), IV 35, 152; and proposed bill of rights in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 180n
Duer, Catharine Alexander (Lady Kitty) (Mrs. William) (daughter of William Alexander [Lord Stirling]), XI 172, 266n, 326, XX 455n, XXVI 664, 665, 674, 761
Duer, John (son of William Duer): Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 95, 108; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 647; and Washington’s Farewell Address, XX 172
Duer, William: merchant, financier, and speculator, II 21, 265, III 184, V 177, 302n, 563, 570n, VI 209n, 253n, 312, IX 30, 71, X 525–26n, XI 168, 571n, XXI 2, XXVI 805; approves Hamilton’s fiscal program, XXVI 593–94; Army contractor, III 83, 95, 134, 143, 146, 156, 178, 185, 190, VII 127–28n, VIII 138n, 246–47, 563, XI 127n, 132n, 182n, 350, 351–52n, XII 288–89, 482, XIII 117, 220n, 222–23n, 228, 517, XIV 178–79, 251–52, 345n, 440, XX 396, XXVI 689–90, 693–94, 824, XXVII 12; Assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury, V 369, 371, 372, 378, 412n, 416, 448, 563, 570, VI 120, XXVI 482, 488n, resignation as, VI 346, 355, 401n, 416, 501, 552n; author of “Philo Publius,” IV 288; business dealings with, William Allon (Allou), IX 269n, Joel Barlow, VI 352n, VII 389n, VIII 227–28n, XXVI 654n, Théophile Casanove, VIII 300, XXVI 608, 609, Etienne Clavière, X 6n, William Constable, IX 25, 152n, Andrew Craigie, V 368n, VII 63n, XXVI 654n, 672–73, John Dewhurst, XI 259, 356n, XXVI 657n, 826, Royal Flint, VI 464n, IX 546n, X 398n, XI 248n, 356n, 571n, XV 317, 318–19, 323–24, XXVI 539n, 654n, 672–73, Theodosius Fowler, VII 127, VIII 246–47, XII 288–89, XIII 220n, XIV 179, 319, 345n, XV 633n, XXVI 689–90, 693–94, 824, Baron de Glaubeck, XI 571n, XIV 468, XV 318, XXVI 721–22, John Holker, V 250, VIII 138n, XI 182n, 532n, XV 636n, XXVI 503, William Hull, IX 507n, Francis Ingraham, XI 174, 187, XIV 303n, XV 108, James Jarvis, VI 253, Jean Baptiste de La Roche, IX 75n, XI 265, XXVI 826, Herman Le Roy, IX 25, 152n, Philip Livingston, IX 152n, Walter Livingston, V 234n, XI 187n, Nicholas Low, IX 25, 152n, Israel Ludlow, XXVI 581n, 818, Blair McClenachan, IX 152n, Matthew McConnell, IX 25, 152n, Alexander Macomb, X 525–26n, XI 127n, 186n, 258n, 259n, 264n, 273n, 356n, XII 31n, 63–64, 257–58n, XVIII 205n, XX 217–18, Medad Mitchell, XI 23n, XV 288n, Robert Morris, XI 175, XXVI 617, Daniel Parker, V 368n, 572n, VII 63n, XI 182n, 532n, XV 636n, XXVI 504n, 595n, Phyn and Ellice, XII 31n, John Pintard, XX 195–99, Richard Platt, VIII 454n, IX 25, XX 140n, XXII 88n, William Playfair, VIII 227–33, IX 253–55, Comfort Sands, VIII 138n, William S. Smith, XV 336, XX 343n, Baron von Steuben, XV 633n, XVIII 289n, XX 120n, Jerome Trenet, XII 216n, Jeremiah Wadsworth, III 616, 633, VI 464n, IX 546n, X 398n, Benjamin Walker, VI 575n, 578n, XI 186n, 259, XV 108, 633n, XVIII 289n, XX 120n, Jonathan Williams, XI 175n, XX 217–18; career, XXVI 594–95n; death of, XVIII 206n, XXVI 595n, 763n; delegate, Continental Congress (N.Y.), I 246–47, 428, 431, 497–501; and election to N.Y. Assembly, III 611; and Andrew G. Fraunces, XIV 461n, 464, 465, 466, 467, 468, 469, XV 198–203, 317, 318–19, 323–24, XVI 585, XXVI 721–22; and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XII 482, XIII 220n, 222–23n, 228, 517, XIV 178–79, 251–52, 345n; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 578, 610–11, V 210, XVIII 205, 294; Hamilton’s personal accounts with, III 17, 58, V 234, 364, XX 10, XXI 329; health of, XXVI 761, 763–65; imprisonment for debt, VII 128, XII 171n, 175n, 265n, 281n, XVIII 289n, XX 195–96, 454, XXII 186–87, 412, 422, 486, XXVI 761–65, Hamilton’s efforts for release, XXVI 761, 763–65; and land speculation, XI 161, 456, XV 336, XX 221, XXII 88n, XXVI 581, 652, 671–72; letters from Hamilton on, foreign officers in Army, I 246–47, 497–98, organization of Army, I 497–98, Baron von Steuben in Army, I 497–501; and N.Y. banks, III 616, 633, X 525, XI 17, XXVI 483n, 485n; and N.Y. politics, VII 442–43, 615, VIII 4; and Ohio and Scioto companies, VI 346n, 352n, 575n, 578n, VII 389n, VIII 228–33, IX 74, 253–55, XI 23n, 248n, 456, XV 290n, XXVI 473n, 581, 654n, 671–72; Panic of 1792, and failure of, XI 126, 155n, 156–58, 159n, 163, 170–72, 173, 174, 185, 187–89, 191, 219n, 248n, 258n, 265, 325, XII 63–64, 258n, XIV 464, XV 201–2, 328, XVI 529n, XVIII 206n, XX 195–97, XXI 272, XXVI 652–65, 671–72; and “Reynolds Affair,” XIII 115–16n, XXI 129, 134, 145, 227, 234, 235, 244, 251, 272, 275, 280; secretary to the Board of Treasury, V 177n, 368, XI 171, XIV 464, XV 52–53n, 198–203, XXI 129, XXVI 483n, 506n, 653n, 654n, 771; and Society of the Cincinnati, III 693n, IV 33–34, 118–19, 647; speculation in securities, V 368, 572n, VI 346n, IX 61, 74–75, XI 127n, 174, 186n, 258n, 264n, 273n, XII 101n, 258n, XIII 222n, XV 336, XX 217–18, 343, XXVI 503, 617–18, 653n; statement on Baron von Steuben’s Army service, VI 312, 313; and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, VIII 300, 556, IX 24–25, 74, 152n, 267–69, XI 171, 174, 185, 259, 281n, 356n, XII 215–16, XIV 170, 302, 319, XV 108, 327, 328, XXVI 608, 609, 657–61, 665, 826
Duff, James: British consul at Cadiz, account with John B. Church, III 680, XV 73, 118
Duffey, Daniel, XXIII 46; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 418
Duffield, Samuel (Dr.): yellow-fever epidemic in Philadelphia (1793), XV 385
Dufouer, Henry: land and tide waiter, requests loan, XIV 488–89, seeks job, XI 549
Dufresne, Bertrand: French Treasury official, and U.S. debt to France, VII 165n, 354, 362, 394, VIII 179, 416, 489–93, 536, 558–59, XIV 20
D’Uhtrick, see Uechritz
Duke of Cumberland (packet), III 34
Dukes County, Mass.: Army recruiting district (Quasi-War), XXIII 29, 82; possible site for Army rendezvous, XXII 494
Dullofels, Jacob: and U.S. debt to Spain, XVI 127
Dumas, Charles William Frederick: Swiss national and unofficial U.S. representative at The Hague, IX 387, XIII 251, and U.S. foreign loans, VIII 205
Dumas, Julie (Mrs. Mathieu), XXI 324
Dumas, Mathieu: Career, XXII 324n; and money allegedly owed to Beaumarchais, XXI 322–24, 325–26, 450–51, XXII 72
Dumas and Lulbert: Hamburg firm, and U.S. foreign credit, XVIII 458
Dumfries, Va.: collectorship at, XXVI 491, and memorial of inhabitants of, XXVI 495n; port of entry, collector of customs at, see Scott, Richard M., customs accounts, XIII 38–39, 572, 575, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87, surveyor of customs at, accounts, XI 237
Dumon, Jean Baptist: petition of, XII 297, XVII 564
Dumouriez, Charles François: French general, XII 434n, XXI 6n, 244n, 416n, XXII 213n; defeat at Nearwinden and transfer to Austrians, XV 15n, 44n; and John Skey Eustace, XXII 254n; and Girondist Ministry, XI 184n, XII 426n; and Gouverneur Morris, XI 595n
Dumphey, Thomas: gardener at the Grange, XXV 481–82
Dunaway, Thomas: death of, coroner’s report, XXVI 321n
Dunbar, Charles Franklin: Economic Essays, VI 63n, VII 237n
Dunbar, Daniel: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 520
Dunbar, Naomi (Mrs. Daniel): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 520
Duncan, Bingham: “Franco-American Tobacco Diplomacy,” XIII 405–6n
Duncan, David: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 133, 146
Duncan, George Washington: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXII 610, XXIII 76, 615
Duncan, Isaac: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 138
Duncan, John: contractor for stakage in Cape Fear River, XV 167n
Duncan, John: packhorse driver, XIV 441n, payment to, for expenses, XVII 525
Duncan, Robert, Sr.: inspector of customs, Boston, XXIII 87
Duncan, Robert, Jr.: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 318, 332, 338; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 40, 87, 101, 564, XXIV 9, 59, 442–43, 571
Duncan, Thomas: comments on Additional Army candidates (Pa.), XXII 133, 139, 140
Duncanson, William M.: British shipowner, XX 230–31
Dundas, David: Instructions and Regulations for the Formation and Movements of the Cavalry, XXIII 54; Principles of Military Movements, Chiefly applied to Infantry …, XXII 27n, XXIV 139n, 341–42n, 365
Dundas, Henry, 1st Viscount Melville: Home Secretary, evacuation of posts retained by British, XIX 208n, instructions on Indian relations, X 375n, and recall of British Minister to France, XIV 401n, 402n; Secretary of War, and British policy toward Ireland, XXI 534n
Dunham, Aaron: supervisor of the revenue for District of N.J., VIII 187, XI 451, XIII 467, accounts of, XV 488–95, and carriage tax, XVIII 150n, dismissed and charged with inaccurate accounts, XXV 418, 426, pay, VIII 188, IX 427, XII 95, XVIII 167, and reports on manufacturing in N.J., IX 193–94
Dunham, Azariah: assistant commissary of purchases, N.J. (American Revolution), II 69, 271, 305
Dunham, Josiah: Additional Army candidate (N.H.), XXII 112; Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 58, 627, 629
Dunken, Peter: Hamilton’s recommendation of, XXVI 271
Dunkin, —— (Mrs.), III 432
Dunkin (Duncan), Elizabeth (Mrs. Robert H.): Hamilton’s law practice and account with, XXI 381
Dunkin (Duncan), Robert H.: Hamilton’s law practice and account with, XXI 381
Dunkirk (Dunkerque), France, XX 426–27n; and exclusion of U.S. vessels, XXI 525; and U.S. whale fishermen, X 390–91, XXVI 546
Dunlap, John: Philadelphia newspaper publisher, Dunlap and Claypoole’s American Daily Advertiser, XIX 496, XX 318; Dunlap’s American Daily Advertiser, XII 510, 633, XIII 348n, XV 191, 304; payment for Government printing, V 404, XIV 162, XVII 541; The Pennsylvania Packet, or the General Advertiser, II 116, XXVI 794
Dunlap’s Station, Northwest Territory, XI 352n
Dunmore, John Murray, 4th earl of, XXVI 111n; claim to land in N.Y. State, XXVI 137; and Treaty of Paris (1783), III 537
Dunn, John: investment of money, XVI 197, XX 495–96
Dunn, Samuel: payment for interest on loan office certificates, XIII 100, 139
Dunscomb, Andrew, XV 646; petition of, XV 662, XVI 606, XVIII 25; seeks Government employment, XVI 244, 606
Dunscomb, Edward: N.Y. attorney, III 637; examiner in Chancery, XXI 321; and Hamilton’s dispute with Andrew G. Fraunces, XV 587–88; New York City notary, XXIII 62; and Society of the Cincinnati, III 675–77
Dupaty, Charles Marguerite Jean Baptiste Mercier: Travels through Italy …, XVIII 306
Dupey, Thomas: prize money, XIII 108
Duplaine, Antoine Charbonnet: French consul at Boston, outfitting privateers in U.S. ports and revocation of exequatur, XV 127–28, 161, 273–75, 314–16, 382; French teacher, Hamilton’s account with, XVI 464, 564
Du Plantier, (Louis-Gabriel?): French volunteer, and American Revolution, II 264
Du Plessis, see Mauduit du Plessis
Duplessis, Peter Le Barbier: Philadelphia notary, XVII 230
Duplex, George: shipmaster, XXI 91n
Duplin County, N.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Du Ponceau (Duponceau), Peter Stephen: N.Y. attorney, XIV 510n, XX 108
Dupont, François: French consul, Philadelphia, XV 88n, 609
Du Pont de Nemours, Eleuthère-Irénée (son of Pierre Samuel Du Pont): member, New York City commission house of Du Pont de Nemours, Fils, & Cie., XXIV 229n, 493, XXV 103n
Du Pont de Nemours, Pierre Samuel: French statesman and physiocrat, and founder of New York City commission house of Du Pont de Nemours, Fils, & Cie., IV 284n, XXI 403n, XXIII 236n, XXIV 328, 477n, XXV 103n, XXVI 186n; career, XXIV 228–29n; in U.S., XXIV 228, XXV 18
Du Pont de Nemours, Victor Marie (son of Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours): French secretary of legation, French consul at Charleston, appointed (but did not serve) French consul at Philadelphia, member of firm of Du Pont de Nemours, Fils, & Cie., IV 283, XXIII 235, XXIV 229n, 327, 493, XXV 103; career, XXIV 229n; and Hamilton’s debt to Gaspard Joseph Amand Ducher, XXVI 186, 232–33, 286
Du Pont de Nemours, Fils, & Cie.: New York City commission house founded by Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, XXIV 229n, XXVI 186n
Du Portail (Duportail), Louis Le Béque (Le Bégue) de Presle, III 193, 586; Army (American Revolution), I 314, 507, 532, 540, 544, 556, 574, 583, 587, 605, II 14, 24, 26, 28, 40, 58, 115, 131, 185, 197, 229, 251, 252, 293–95, 302, 304, 348, 426, 487, 513, 529, 581, XXVI 378, 804, mission with Hamilton to d’Estaing, II 199–221, 259n, XXVI 380n; organization of Army by Continental Congress, III 382, 390, 395; payment for services, VI 542; possibility of serving in Quasi-War, XXII 28–29, 339; and settlement of claim against U.S., XII 644–45
Dupuget, ——: Essai sur l’usage de l’artillerie …, XXIV 97
Du Quesne, Pierre-Claude, marquis: rear admiral, French Navy (American Revolution), III 304n
Durance River, France, I 380
Durant, Cornelius: St. Croix merchant, I 365n, 445
Durant, Samuel W.: ed., History of Oneida County …, XXVI 146n
Durant, Thomas: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 318, 324, 339; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 138, 166, 564, XXIV 59
Durazzo, Girolamo D.: and possibility of loan to U.S., VIII 575, X 569–70
Durell, Daniel M.: Additional Army candidate (N.H.), XXII 110
Durell, Moses: Additional Army candidate (N.H.), XXII 112
Durival, Jean: and “lost million,” XI 209, 210–11, XIV 531–32
Durkee, John: Army (American Revolution), I 348; Wyoming Valley settler, XXII 175n
Durkin, John: and lawsuit in New York City, XV 589n
Durtubisse (Dhurtebize), Theodore Bernard Simon: Manuel de l’artilleur …, XXIII 288n, XXIV 96, 98n, 331, 334
Duryee, —— (Mr.): barn confiscated (American Revolution), II 49
Dusenberg, Mary: property damage (American Revolution), pay for, XIII 95
Dusenbury, Richard: New York City lumber merchant, and Aaron Burr’s debt to Louis Le Guen, XXVI 171
Dutch, see Netherlands
Dutch East India Company: financial difficulties of, VIII 23, 424, 460, XVIII 23; Holland loan for, IX 134, 139; and market for foreign loans, VII 180, VIII 282; mismanagement of, X 488–89
Dutch loans, see Loans to U.S.: foreign
Dutchess County, N.Y., I 586n, II 134n, III 51n, 127n, 139n, 482n, 562n, VI 511n, XVI 84; and American Revolution, II 551n; and N.Y. Assembly, IV 3n, 54, 63, 103–4, 146n, 493; and N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 12, 53, 55, 59, 145, 164n, 194n
Dutchman’s Point, Vt.: post retained by British, VIII 477n, XVI 141n, XVIII 405n, XIX 142n, 167, 168, 207n
Dutch Reformed churches, IV 30, XVIII 393n, XXVI 475n
Dutch Republic, see Netherlands
Dutch West Indies, VIII 480, XXV 80; trade with, V 453, VIII 435, XXI 498–99
Duties, VI 423, VIII 81, 167, 222, 324, X 340, XIV 192, XV 247, XVII 396, XXI 397; abstracts of, VI 289, 290, 400, 567, VII 419, 421n; William Bingham on, V 540, 549; bonds for, amount due, XIII 546, 577–78, XIV 111–12, 128, 183, 210; British before American Revolution, Hamilton on, I 72, 130, 134, 137, 139; in China, IX 44; collected before establishment of customshouses, V 478, 500, 523, VI 16, 39, 373–74; collected by R.I., VII 74, 171–72; collection of, V 508, 521–22, 561, VII 416, XI 41, 239, XII 18, and comptroller of the Treasury, XI 366, XII 620–21, by states, IX 38; congressional debate on (1789), X 285n; and Constitution, VI 79–80, 225; Tench Coxe on, X 273–74n, 302–3n, in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” X 16–17, 17–18, 20, 22–23, XXVI 631–32, 637, 637–38, 639–40, 640, 643, 644–45, 646; discounts allowed importers, Hamilton on, VI 375, 385; “Draft of an Act Imposing Certain Inland Duties on Foreign Wines,” VI 168–81; effect of war on, and foreign loans, VII 353, VIII 264; and encouragement of manufactures, IX 187–88, 327, 330, 339, 443, 444, 445, 517; estimates of, VI 137, 137n, 524, X 534–36, XI 149, 191, XIII 501, 548–49, XIV 119–20, 131, 222, 223, XV 553–54, XVI 6, 191, in Providence, R.I., XIV 332; exemptions from, Tench Coxe on in drafts of “Report on Manufactures,” XXVI 640, 643, 644, proposed by Hamilton, XI 145, 268, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 38, 41, 43–44, 113–14, 121, 122, 191–92, 202–3, 204, 206, 216–17, 222, 223, 305–6, 318–19, 320, 328, 333, 334; by France, VIII 11–12, 13n, 160, 160–61n, 173–75n, X 59–60, 89, 349–50, 363–65, 392–93; by Great Britain, VII 441, X 44, 57, 58, 89, 223, XXVI 529n; Hamilton on, in Continental Congress, III 248–49, 297–99, in “The Continentalist,” II 670, X 14, in “Defence of the Funding System,” XIX 23, 25, 27, 29, in “The Examination,” XXV 461–62, 468, 471–73, in The Federalist, IV 348–52, 400–1, 452, 462–65, 469, 476–79, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 35–36, 38, 41–42, 51, 57, 65, 95, 107–8, 126, 184, 191–92, 234, 272, 296–97, 305–6; Hamilton’s proposals for, in “First Report on the Further Provision Necessary for Establishing Public Credit,” VII 210–36, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 35, 44, 44–45, 45, 46, 117–19, 120–21, 121–22, 122, 123, 170, 184, 200, 201–2, 204, 205, 207–8, 208–9, 210–11, 214–15, 219, 221–22, 222–23, 224–25, 226, 315–16, 316, 317, 317–18, 319, 322–25, 326–27, 330, 332, 333, 334, 335, 336, in “Report on Public Credit,” VI 99–106, 137, 138–68, in 1795 “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 112–14; and Jay Treaty, XVIII 371–72n, 391n, 408n, 410, 432–36, XIX 182–85, 187n, 191–92, 193–94, 211–12, 214–15, 218, 225, 226, 234–35, 446, 447, 448, XX 13–14; Jefferson on, XXV 446n, 458n; legislation concerning, XXV 461n, Hamilton’s draft of, XXVI 511–22; in N.Y. State, XXV 367; payment of, and bank notes, V 394–95, VI 1–2, 273, 387–88, X 502, 572, XXVI 665–66n, 668, 695, and banks, VII 262, 309, XXVI 666–67; and Providence Bank, IX 489, 514–15; for payment of interest on loans, VI 281; and payment of public debt, V 509–11, 539–40, VI 99–105, 524, VII 2, 5, IX 458, X 548, XII 267–68, XIV 59, XV 552–53, XVII 488, 522, XVIII 53, 54, 147, 381n, Hamilton on, XII 233–34, Hamilton on in 1795 “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 57n, 59–60, 64, 66, 70, 71, 73, 77, 79, 81, Hamilton’s proposals for, in 1795 “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 86–87, 87–88, 90, 104, 108, 142, 143; proposed by Hamilton and others, V 525, 549, 580, VI 286–89, 614, VIII 20–21, 155–56, 391, IX 28, 361, 543, X 350, 350–51n, XI 142–49, 321n, XVI 132, 133, 436n, 462, XVIII 217–18, 219, 224–25, XXI 100; and proposed commercial treaty with Great Britain, XVI 322, XVII 410n, 411n; and proposed treaty with Spain, XI 72–73; regulations concerning, application of, V 378, 419–21, 423, 427, 454–56, 462–64, 474–75, 499, 519, 576–78, 580–81, VI 9, 18, 25, 35–36, 41, 206–7, 218, 225, 250–51, 251, 269–70, 286, 299, 357, 397, 403, 429–30, 458, 489–90, 499–500, 501, 507–8, 565, VII 20, 21, 24, 26–27, 58, 67–68, 122, 129, 157, 168–69, 175, 198, 201, 368–72, 373, 375, 398, 399n, 422, 437–38, 613–14, VIII 14, 25, 28, 38–39, 191, 237, 271, 273, 274, 275, 297–98, 322–23, 323, 328, 340, 359, 388–90, 390, 442, 448–49, 462–63, 467–68, 473–74, 480, 481, 483–85, 486, 495–96, 527, 530–31, 538–39, 548–49, 571, 579, IX 9–10, 18–19, 29, 37, 189, 223–24, 273, 370, 378, 401, 453–54, 505–6, X 367, 371–72, 397, 405, 526–27, XI 76, 119–20, 204, 206, 319, 393–94, 484–86, 487–88, 489–90, 491, 495–96, 498–99, 528, 567–68, XII 5–6, 8–9, 9, 15–19, 20, 27–28, 30, 57–62, 69–77, 108–9, 135, 153–54, 181–82, 200–1, 202–3, 227, 273–74, 281–82, 419, 542–43, 551–52, 556–58, 613, XIII 23, 291, XIV 214–16n, 353n, 355–56, XV 123, 129, 182, 388, XVI 83, 118, 154–55, 455, 501–2, 531, XVII 151, 436, XX 348, 349n, 350–51, XXVI 480, 484–85, 491–98, 500, 501, 508–9, 509, 536, 544, 575, 576, 588, 601–2, 624; reports on, VII 417, 418–19, 420, XI 199, XIV 168, XVIII 163–64; returns of, by collectors, VII 66–67, 80, VIII 479–80, IX 223, 278, 438, 488, X 502, XII 551, XV 28; Thomas Rodney on, VIII 23–24; Adam Smith on, X 297n; as source of public monies, XVI 106–7; statement of, IX 2, 3–4, XI 9, XIII 36–39, 136, 499, 555, 556–58, 560, XIV 72, XV 476–87, 572, 575, XVI 165–69, 170–81, XVII 496, XVIII 81, 145–47, 148, requested by Hamilton, V 373, 378, 395, 398–99; surplus of, and appropriations, XI 275–76, XII 268, XIV 59, 159; and Treasury Department clerks, XI 389; and U.S. debt to France, VIII 278, 281, 421; and U.S. manufactures of foreign material abroad, IX 223–24. See also “Collection Law” and Distilled spirits: duties on, and Excise and Impost and individual products and Tonnage duties
Dutilh, Etienne: Philadelphia merchant, XIII 139, XV 164; and payment of bills of exchange drawn by Santo Domingan government, XV 251, XVII 538
Duval (DeWall, Duvall), Gabriel: member, House of Representatives (Md.), XVII 407n; comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 290, 308
Duval, Thomas, XXV 411, 412
du Vergier, Michel-Léon: and “lost million,” XI 209
Dwight, Joseph H.: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 318, 320; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 582, 678, XXIV 245, 606, 622, 624, 625, 627, 629, 675, 676
Dwight, Nathaniel (Dr.): Army (Quasi-War), XXII 224
Dwight, Thomas: member, Mass. Senate and Essex Junto, XXIV 577n, XXV 33n, XXVI 12n
Dwight, Timothy (Rev.), IX 365; and election of 1800, XXV 149
Dycas’s hydrometer, see Dicas, John: hydrometer of
Dyckman, John: death of, coroner’s report, XXVI 321n
Dyeing woods: duty on, IX 453–54, 506, X 16–17n, 207, 322
Dyer, Eliphalet: delegate, Continental Congress (Conn.), III 260n, 282n, 284n, 302n
Dyson, Samuel T.: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 75