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Gaddis, Thomas: and excise opposition (1792), XII 308–9n; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 372, 391
Gage, Thomas: and American Revolution, I 128
Gaieochus, I 393
Gaillard, Jean: Charleston, S.C., shipowner, XVII 192n
Gaine (Gain, Gane), Hugh: New York City bookseller and printer, XXII 100, XXVI 425n
Gaine, John: student with Hamilton at King’s College, I 80
Gaines, Edmund Pendleton: Additional Army candidate (Tenn.), XXII 312
Gaither (Gaithur), Henry: and Ga’s relations with Creek Indians (1791), XIV 492, XVI 590n, 600, 601n, XVII 271, 274n; Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXII 306n, 456n, XXIII 75, 386n, 390, 584, XXIV 204, 246, 262, 271, 303, 360, 362
Gake, Samuel: and American Revolution, I 534
Galatea (H.M.S.): and American Revolution, I 326
Galbaud, Thomas Francis: governor general, Santo Domingo, XV 117–18n
Galbreath, David: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 54
Gale, George: career, XXII 293n; comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 293, 298, 305; and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XII 488n; inspector of the revenue, Survey No. 1, Md., IX 428; member, House of Representatives (Md.), pay, XIII 64, 65, 66, 67, 69; supervisor of the revenue, District of Md., IX 164, X 527, XI 451, XII 167, XVII 132, 269, 429, accounts, XIII 576, XV 488–95, administration of office and instructions to, X 340–41, XI 1, 518n, XII 597, XIII 308n, 342–43, XIV 288, 317–18n, XV 659–60, XVII 451, XVIII 209n, duties, XI 525–28, XII 87–90, and naval procurement, XVI 539, pay, XII 87–90, 95, XVIII 167, and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 150–52, 161, 197, 215, 232, 285, 289, 301–2, 322, 329, 359, 393
Gale, Josiah: report on petition of, to N.Y. legislature, IV 124
Galen (British merchant ship), XXI 84n
Galicia: and third partition of Poland, XXI 407n
Gallaher, Ebenezer: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 380n
Gallatin, Albert, XXIV 557; career, XIII 482n; and election of 1800, XXIV 486n, XXV 609n; and excise opposition (1792), XII 308–9n, 367n, 540, XVII 39, 182; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 32–33; letter from David Chauvet, XXII 1; member, House of Representatives (Pa.), Hamilton’s estimate as, XX 149, and Jay Treaty, XIX 485, XX 67, 105n, 112n, and nature of Federal budget, XXI 393n, and Republican caucuses, XX 112n, and U.S. policy, XXI 463n; on new loan certificates and Pa., XIII 482–85, and Hamilton’s reply to, XIV 14–16; possible Minister to France, XX 547; Secretary of the Treasury, XXV 425n, 585, XXVI 26, 175, and Georgia Compact, XXVI 81n, Hamilton’s comments on, XXV 494, 536, 539n, reports to Congress, XXVI 44, 45n, 134, and resignation of Thomas Truxton from Navy, XXV 578; A Sketch of the Finances of the United States, XX 437n; U.S. Senator (Pa.), proposes Hamilton make full report to Senate on policies, XV 461, XVI 49n; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 25n, 39, 131n, 259n, 378, 380n, XXIV 279
Gallipolis, Northwest Territory: French settlement on Ohio River, VI 422n, VII 389n, VIII 230n, IX 255n, XI 23n, 161, XV 290n, XVII 343n, XXVI 652, 671; U.S. troops at, XXVI 687
Galloway, —— (Mr.), II 69n
Gallup, Oliver: comment on Additional Army candidate (Vt.), XXII 116
Galt, Nathaniel: Army (American Revolution), prisoner exchange, I 443
Galvan, William de: French officer, Army (American Revolution), II 16, 227, 338n, 602n, 637
Galveias, Don João de Almeida de Melo e Gastro, 5th Conde das: Portuguese Minister to U.S., XVII 242n
Gálvez, Bernardo de: Spanish governor of La. during American Revolution, XXVI 413n; and loan to U.S., XI 36n
Gálvez, José de: Spanish Minister of the Indies, II 443n
Gamber, —— (Mr.), II 684
Gamble, James: deputy commissary general (American Revolution), petition to Continental Congress, XVI 75; Regular Army (1794), XVII 313, 319
Gamble, John G. (son of Robert Gamble): introductory letters for, XXIV 389
Gamble, Robert: Richmond, Va., merchant, XXIV 389
Ganges (U.S.S.), XXI 459, XXIV 182n, XXV 122n
Gano, Daniel: Army (American Revolution), I 561
Gano, Isaac E.: Additional Army candidate (Ky.), XXII 285
Gansevoort, Leonard (brother of Peter Gansevoort): and Albany committee of public creditors, III 177; career, XIX 313n; delegate, Annapolis Convention (N.Y.), III 665–66, 671; delegate, Continental Congress (N.Y.), IV 492–93, XXVI 809; and election of 1798, XXII 80; Hamilton’s accounts with, III 9, 14, 38, XVIII 352; member, N.Y. Senate, VII 446n; U.S. Senate, candidate for, VII 446
Leonard Gansevoort v Gerrit Boon: and Hamilton’s law practice, XIX 313, 329
Gansevoort, Peter: Army (American Revolution), I 534, 564, 575n, II 556; and election of 1798, XXII 80
Ganter (Gonter), Peter: gunsmith, Lancaster, Pa., pay, XV 523
Gantt, Charles: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 305
Gantt, John Mackall: and Federal City, XII 390n, XXVI 838
Gappin (Gapin), Stephen: excise opposition (1792), XII 308–9n
Garanger, Charles (brother of Lewis Garanger): petitions of, XXVI 367; report on petition of, XIV 180–81
Garanger, Lewis, XXVI 403; and American Revolution, II 6, 84, 114–15, 485, 547, 556, 559–60, 590, XXVI 366, 369, 792; petitions to Continental Congress, II 478, XXVI 366–67n; report on petition of, XIV 180–81, XXVI 367n
Gardenier, Barent: Kingston, N.Y., lawyer, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 373, XXVI 155
Gardiner, John: delegate, Continental Congress (R.I.), V 230
Gardiner, John, Jr.: naval procurement, XVII 458
Gardiners Bay, N.Y.: British fleet at (American Revolution), II 482
Gardner, Arthur: excise opposition (1791), XVII 33n; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 380n
Gardner, Caleb: and customs regulations, XI 292, 330
Gardner, Francis: Additional Army candidate (N.H.), XXII 112, 429
Gardner, George: report on petition of, XI 306–7
Gardner, James: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 319, 326, 339; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 564, XXIV 60
Gardner, Nathaniel: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 35
Gardner, William (Mass.): Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 563n, 564, XXIV 59
Gardner, William (N.H.): commissioner of loans (N.H.), XI 557, XII 33, 385–86, XV 629, 656; accounts, XIII 285–86; administration of office and instructions to, VIII 200, 201–2, X 584, XI 77, 161, 166, 168; appointment, VII 188; appropriation for office expenses, XIII 127; dismissal, XXV 418, 426–27; Hamilton praises, XI 517; pay, VI 536, XIII 123; payments to, for interest on public debt, XIII 96, 567, XV 405, 528, XVII 529, for invalid pensions, XIII 87, XV 525, XVII 526, for pay and expenses, XV 515, XVII 513; report on petition of, XI 64–67, XVIII 227–29. See also “Treasury Department circulars to the commissioners of loans”
Gardner, William P.: clerk, register’s office, Treasury Department, duties of, XI 392; pay, XI 392, XIII 466
Gardner, Wilson, and Company: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 9
Gardoqui, Diego de: Spanish Minister of Finance, and navigation of Miss. River, XI 68n, and U.S. debt to Spain, XII 531–33, 627, 636–37, XIII 254, XIV 149–50, XV 369–70, XVI 124–29, 621–27; Spanish Minister to U.S., III 37, VI 440n, VII 18, XV 289n
Gardoqui, James, see Gardoqui, Diego de
Gardoqui, James, and Company: and Spanish aid to U.S. during American Revolution, XII 532n
Gardoqui and Son, see Gardoqui, Joseph, and Sons
Gardoqui, Joseph, and Company, see Gardoqui, Joseph, and Sons
Gardoqui, Joseph, and Sons: and Spanish aid to U.S. during American Revolution, XII 532n, XIV 150n, accounts, VI 440, 450, XIII 105, 138, payment, XII 269
Garner (Gardner; Johnson), ——: pilot for Comte d’Estaing, II 191–92
Garnier de Saintes, Jacques: member of French Convention, possible French consul at Wilmington, N.C., XXI 524
Garonne River, France, I 380
Garrigues, Jacob: petition of, XIII 155n
Garrison, Martha: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 94
Gary, Amelia: petitions of, XXIV 646, 652
Gary, Morris: Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 632
Gasgin, Adam: recommended as lighthouse keeper (N.C.), XVI 393
Gasherie (Gagerce), Joseph: N.Y. auditor, and liquidation of American Revolution accounts, III 132n
Gaspée (British schooner): burned (1772), XX 402n
Gaspé Peninsula: and early history of North America, III 706
Gassaway, John: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 308; comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 291, 295
Gaston, John: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 373
Gates, Horatio, III 213n, 678n, XIV 186, XV 416n, XIX 440n; Army (American Revolution), I 196, 250, 306, 310, 318–19, 322, 429, 431, 502, 523, 547, 548, 549, 557, 559, 561, 566, 567, 571, 572, 574, 575, II 4, 15, 27, 28, 34n, 36, 42, 43, 46, 51, 58, 74, 75, 85, 87, 98, 112, 117, 130, 145, 152, 157, 203, 206, 215, 334, III 279n, XXVI 371, 372n, Board of War, president of, I 431n, 437n, VI 315, Hamilton’s mission to, I 347–48, 349–50, 351–52, 353–54, 357–60, 361–62, 362–63, 412–13, Northern Army, command of, I 305, 307n, 307–8, Saratoga, victory at, I 367, southern campaign and defeat at Camden, S.C., II 385–87, 395, 420–21, 422, 424, 426n, 447, 499, 529, 531, V 350, XXVI 398n, court of inquiry and removal from southern command, II 479, 486, 487, 490–91, 499; comment on Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 330; and military certificates, IX 413–14, 452–53; and Society of the Cincinnati, IV 33–34; and Baron von Steuben’s claim, VI 315
Gates, Lemuel: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXII 521, 606, XXIII 76, 167–68, 171, 355n, 679, XXIV 93, 624
Gates, Levi: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 662
Gates, William: owed back pay (American Revolution), X 347
Gates County, N.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Gatewood, Philemon: naval officer, Portsmouth and Norfolk, Va., and custom regulations, V 451, 498–99
Gaudy, Friedrich Wilhelm von: Instruction … pour tracer et construire toutes sortes d’ouvrages de campagne, XXIII 491n
Gauls, I 395, IV 385
Gaup, Samuel R.: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 281
Gautier, Louis: owner of meeting hall, New York City, XXI 483
Gautier (Gotier), Thomas: and John Skey Eustace, XXII 259
Gauvin, —— (Mme): Santo Domingan refugee, XV 600
Gavett, (Charles?), VII 160
Gavino, John: U.S. consul at Gibraltar, XXIII 13n, 200n
Gay, Peyton (Payton): Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 564, XXIV 60
Gayoso de Lemos, Manuel: Spanish commandant at Natchez, governor of La., and Spanish-American relations, XI 23n, XV 288n, 290n, 291n, 293, XIX 360–61n, XXI 374, XXII 347, 555n, XXIII 3, 48, 49n, 58, 68, 144, 623, XXIV 235n, 350n, 363
[Sunbury and Northumberland, Pa.] Gazette, XXIII 604n
[Charleston] Gazette of the State of South Carolina, XXVI 376n
[New York] Gazette of the United States, VI 16n, 293n, XV 394n; articles on public finance, VI 52, 55, 57, 62, 81
[Philadelphia] Gazette of the United States, III 58n, VII 452, 454n, VIII 544, IX 368n, X 521, XI 550, 581–82, XII 107, 123–24, 157–64, 393–401, 498–506, 580n, 581n, XIII 229–31, 348–56, XIV 267–69, XIX 486–87n
Gazette of the United States, and Philadelphia Daily Advertiser, XXI 150n, 153, 157n, 169, 170, 215n, XXIII 2n, 224n, 490n, XXV 34n, 180, 385n; Hamilton’s “Detector” article for, XXI 506–13
Geary, James: assistant clothier (American Revolution), II 77, 107; inspector of revenue and superintendent of distilleries, N.Y., XII 18
Geddes, Henry: U.S. Navy, XXIV 101–2, 104n
Geddes, William: Del. tax receiver, V 402, 403
Geddis (Geddes), George: and John B. Church’s accounts, III 11, 570, 576
Gedis (Giddes), Samuel: excise opposition (1792), XVII 182
Geerman, Christian: and customs regulations, IX 16
Geismer, ——, baron de: prisoner exchange (American Revolution), II 86
Gelston, David: Antifederalist and Republican politician, VII 444n; and Aaron Burr, financial assistance to, XXIII 8; career, XXIII 9n; collector of customs, New York City, XXV 612n; Edmond Charles Genet, support of, XV 172; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 601; and James Monroe’s dispute with Hamilton in “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 134n, 136, 159–62
Gelston, John: collector of customs, Sag Harbor, N.Y., accounts, XIII 36–37
Gelston, John M.: and John Skey Eustace, XXII 259
General Greene (American schooner): outfitted as privateer, XVII 571n
General Greene (Pa. revenue cutter), XI 396n, XVI 207n
General Greene (U.S. frigate), XXIV 263n, 434, XXV 45n, 80–81n, 121
General Washington (ship): and customs regulations, VIII 495, 571, XI 394
Genesee country, N.Y.: land speculation in, XI 40n, 328–29, XX 142, 145, 157, 189n, 190n, 344n, 464, 513n, 523, 528, 530n, 550, XXI 43n, 89, 89n, 92, 119–20, 299–300n, 322n, 337–38n, 351n, 355, XXII 64, 170, 178, 261, XXIII 160n, 271n, XXIV 241n, 413n, XXV 59n, 96, 168n, 341n, 417n, 490n, XXVI 21n, 42n, 144n, 753n
Genesee River, N.Y., XX 464
Genesis: Hamilton’s notes on, I 41
Genet, Benjamin (Dr.): Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 242n, 619, 641, 642, 667, XXV 13–14
Genet, Edmond Charles: French Minister to U.S., XIV 415n, 514, XV 53, 99, 109, 121, 129, 301n, 333, 609n, 622n, XVI 143n, 163n, XVII 100n, 441, XVIII 439n, XIX 297n, XX 363, 398, 436, XXII 184n, XXV 211; “appeal to the people,” XV 145–51, 172–73, 233–42, 267, 279, 281–84, 304–6, 377, 411–12, 412–13, 413–14, 418–19, 427; appointment and instructions, XIV 194, 515n, XV 104, XXI 420; arrival in U.S., XIV 341, 358–59; cabinet opinions on, XIV 367–68, XV 2–3, 71–75, 87, 157, 159–60, 169–70, 175, 181–82, 381–82, 445, 647; career before arrival in U.S., XIII 16n; expedition against Spanish possessions, XI 23n, XV 288n, XVI 139–40n, XIX 525, XXII 257n, 260n; and French consuls, XVI 166, 382, 445; Lord Grenville on, XIV 273n; Hamilton’s relations with and opinion on, XIV 297–98, 367–96, 449–50, 454–60, 473–76, 480–81, 482, 509n, 512–13, 517, 518–19, 520–21n, 523–25, 525–26, 547–48, XV 25–26, 46, 64, 70–71, 74–79, 87, 124, 145–51, 157, 163–64, 166, 169–70, 181–82, 233–42, 243–46, 249–50, 251, 256, 268–70, 281–84, 304–6, 381–82, 405–7, 411, 418–19, 436–37, 453, 588, 624–25, 647, XIX 428n, 519, 524–26, XX 363; George Hammond on, XIV 451–52, XV 683n; and Gideon Henfield case, XIV 509n; and Jefferson, XIV 326, 328, 372–74n, 375n, 380–82n, 453–54, 480–81, 508, 515–16n, 519–21n, 525n, 527–28n, XV 3n, 5, 17, 25n, 71, 87, 113n, 117n, 157–58n, 169–70, 181–82, 234–35, 236–39, 241n, 381–82, 407n, 438n, XVIII 439n, XIX 77n, 475–76, 524n, XX 421n, XXI 421, XXV 593–94n; and Francisco de Miranda, XIII 16; Gouverneur Morris demands recall of, XV 667n; official acceptance as Minister and recognition of French Government, XIV 297–98, 326–27, 328, 335–36, 351, 367–96, XV 42, 132, 133, XXI 419–20; popular opinion of, XIV 358–59, 449–50, 473–76, XV 172–73, 208, 233, 255, 262–63, 272n, 279, 310, XIX 519, XXI 419–20; and privateers, XIV 428n, 451–60, 472, 547–48, XV 5, 24, 74–79, 87, 113n, 146–51, 163–64, 169–70, 243, 381, XVI 7–8, XIX 524; and Edmund Randolph, XV 235n, XVI 7–8; recall of, XV 157, 163–64, 166, 194, 589n, 624–25, XVI 423n, XIX 475–76, XXI 420; and Santo Domingo, XIV 482, 512–13, 517, 527–28n, XV 29–30, 79, 80, 86, 117, 251, 337, 445–46, XVI 117n, 303–4; and U.S. debt to France, XIV 182n, 482, 515–16n, 518–19, 523–25, 525–26, XV 17, 29–30, 46, 64, 80, 86, 116, 124, 405–7, 411, 423, 436–37, 438n, 453, 584, 610–18, XVI 303–4; U.S.-French alliance, proposes, XIX 76–77, 428n, XX 192n; and Washington, V 234–35, 458n
Geneva, see Distilled spirits
Geneva, Switzerland, I 380, II 423, V 572n, XXII 1; and foreign loans, VIII 262; revolution in, XVII 97
Genoa, Italy, I 379, III 715, XVIII 494–95n, XIX 210n, 211, XXI 526n; banking in, II 618, VII 238; consul to U.S., see Ravard, Joseph; doge of, see Durazzo, Girolamo D.; Minister to France, see Spinola, Christoforo Vincenzo de; possibility of U.S. loan from, VII 352, VIII 261–63, 324–25, 414, 419–20, 424, 534–35, 561, 575, IX 98–101, 136, 314–15, X 569–70; and U.S. debt to France, VII 357, 395–96, 432–33, VIII 418, 423, IX 22–23; and wars of French Revolution, XX 491n, 517–18, 567, XXI 115, 406, XXIII 194n
Genti, —— (Mr.): French cook, XXIV 504, 505, XXVI 231
Geoffigan, Laban: lighthouse keeper, Cape Henry, Va., XIV 408n, 410, XVII 482
Geographer of the United States, VI 505; pay, V 384. See also Hutchins, Thomas
Geometry: maxims of, and relationship to ethics and politics, IV 456–57
George I (king of England), I 411; address to Parliament (1727), XX 422
George II (king of England), III 22n; and Parliament, IV 505
George III (king of England), I 243, II 318, 461, III 42n, 45n, 276n, 428, IV 236n, 242n, XVII 97n, 98n, XVIII 270n, XXIII 261n, XXIV 492n, XXVI 197, 201; and American Revolution, II 186, 272, 295; and Catherine II of Russia, agreement with, XIX 474; and France, relations with during French Revolution, XIV 291; Hamilton’s renunciation of allegiance to, I 487; and Jay Treaty, XVIII 400, 412n; and Lafayette, XVIII 375–76n; and Lord North, III 72n; Parliament, relations with, IV 611n; peace with Americans, III 256, 297, negotiations for, XIX 527–28n; proclamation of 1792, XIX 261; view of U.S. and French Revolution, XXV 202–3n
George: slave liberated by Henry Laurens, III 607
George, Richard: shipmaster, XVII 110
George, Rupert: commander, H.M.S. Hussar, XV 682n
George (ship), VII 63
George (ship from Boston): customs regulations, XI 514
George’s Island, Halifax, Nova Scotia: and American Revolution, I 589
George Tavern, Philadelphia, XXI 157n, 230, 253, 306
Georgetown, Md., Federal District, or D.C., VIII 207, 470, 471, IX 289n, 384, 403; and American Revolution, II 588; Continental Congress, site for, III 472; and Federal District, VIII 253–55; port of entry, XXVI 491, collector of customs at, see Lingan, James M., customs accounts, XIII 38–39, 572, 575, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87, 549, and customs regulations, VI 271, XXVI 491n; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 197, 218, 226, 232
Georgetown, S.C., III 606, X 436, 453; port of entry, accounts of collector of customs, XI 238, appointment of collector of customs, VII 94–95, collector of customs, see Brown, Charles, and Cogdell, John, customs accounts at, XIII 38–39, 575, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87, inspector of the revenue for port of, see Brown, Charles, naval officer for, XVIII 345–46; Washington’s visit to, VIII 242
George Washington (U.S.S.), XXII 209n
George William (brig): and customs regulations, XII 632
Georgia, VII 133, VIII 540, IX 288, XI 413n, XVI 102n, XVII 259; Additional Army candidates from, XXII 247, 249n; accounts with U.S., balance due to, XVII 555, XX 474n, debt of, VI 119, 405, funding and assumption, VI 111, 119, VII 108–9, VIII 265, 347, 348n, 443n, X 543n, 551, 555–56, XI 200–1, 473, XIV 232, 234n, 497, XVII 243–44, Hamilton on in “Defence of the Funding System,” XIX 13–15, 18n, 31, records of under Articles of Confederation, IV 84, and revenue from duties, (1789) VI 290, 414, (1789–1790) IX 3, (1792–1794) XIII 577–78, (1793) XV 575, settlement of, V 566, 568; acts of (in chronological order), “An Act for inflicting penalties on, and confiscating the estates of such persons as are therein declared guilty of treason, and for other purposes therein mentioned” (May 4, 1782), XVIII 431n, XXVI 121n, “An Act for ascertaining the Rights of Aliens, and pointing out a Mode for the Admission of Citizens” (February 7, 1785), XVIII 366n, XXV 478n, “An Act for disposing of certain vacant lands or territory within this state” (December 21, 1789), XIX 14n, “An Act to empower the senators or one senator and two representatives from this state in the Congress of the United States, to sign, seal, and deliver a deed of cession of the light house on Tybee island, and five acres of land belonging thereto to the United States” (December 15, 1791), XIII 156n, “An Act supplementary to an Act, entitled, ‘an Act for appropriating a part of the unlocated territory of this state, for the payment of the late state troops, and for other purposes therein mentioned,’ declaring the right of this state to the unappropriated territory thereof, for the protection and support of the frontiers of this state, and for other purposes” (January 7, 1795), XIX 310n, “An Act Declaring null and void a certain usurped act passed by the last legislature … under the pretended title of ‘An Act supplementary to an act entitled, an act for appropriating a part of the unlocated territory of this state, for the payment of the late state troops …; declaring the right of this state to the unappropriated territory thereof …; And for expunging from … the public records the said usurped act, and for declaring the right of this state to sell all lands laying within the boundaries therein mentioned” (February 13, 1796), XIX 311n, “An Act to take off the Act of Confiscation and Banishment, the name of James Hume” (May 9, 1803), XXVI 121n; in American Revolution, II 44, 166, 168, 172, 173, 178, 179, 189, 194–95, 195, 196, 209, 210, 213, 214, 221n, 254, 264, 289, 291–92, 395, 612, 613, XVI 64, 96–97, XXVI 120, 121n, 374, 395, 412, 413n (see also Savannah, Ga.: in American Revolution), Hamilton on entrance of, into, XIV 348; and Annapolis Convention, III 687; Army (1790), payment to agent for troops in, XIII 86; Army (1794), plans for, XVII 583; and Army (Quasi-War), XXII 67, 240–41, 343, 385, 433n, 455–59, 522, 549, 582, XXIII 10, 50, 73, 75, 104, 119, 140, 151, 177, 180, 202–3, 262, 387–88, 403, 406, 506, 520, 521, 537, 549–50, 576, 651, XXIV 89, 204–6, 208–9, 263n, 335, 355–58, 384, 393n, 397 (see also “Circulars to the commandants of regiments”); auditor of, see Wereat, John; boundary dispute with S.C., XI 342; boundary of, with Miss., XXIV 103n; cession of land to U.S. and settlement of Yazoo dispute, XXVI 80, 81n; and Chisholm v Georgia, XVII 12n; commerce of, V 556; commissioner for adjusting accounts of, payment to, V 384, 388, XIII 47; commissioner of loans for, pay, IX 461, XI 65, XV 559, 563 (see also Wylly, Richard); commissioner to settle accounts of, see Reed, George; and Constitutional Convention, IV 170n, VIII 112n; and Continental Congress (2nd), requisition by, V 566, 566–67n; Continental loan officer for, pay, VI 303 (see also Wylly, Richard); and excise, organization under, VIII 189, IX 430, opposition to, XII 237, 601, payment to officers of, XII 97, supervisor of the revenue, see Mathews, John; Federalist congressmen from (1799–1800), XXIII 599n; governor of, see Hawley, Richard, and Mathews, George, and Telfair, Edward, and Treutlen, John Adam, and Walton, George; and Nathanael Greene, V 345n, 351, 357, 358, X 407–9, 424–26n, 434, 437, 439, 452; Hamilton on, in The Federalist, IV 335, 405, 422, 448, 516, 676, 695, in A Full Vindication, I 60, 61, 62, at N. Y. Ratifying Convention, V 55, 58, 129, 130, 134; and impost (1781), III 86n, 207n, 649n, X 424n, 437n; independence movement in, XVI 600, 601n, XVII 13n, 270–75, 341; invalid pensions in, estimate, V 392, VI 136, U.S. payments for, IX 470, XIII 134, XV 527, 571; and Jay Treaty, Hamilton on, XVIII 431n, XIX 247, 280–81n, 290–91, 443–44, implementation of in House of Representatives, XX 151n; land speculation in, XVIII 361, 366n, 369, 383n, XIX 309–10, 310–11n, 454, XX 211–12n, XXI 165, XXII 524, 525n, 529, XXIII 3n, 46, XXV 478n, XXVI 120 (see also Yazoo lands); lighthouses and other navigational aids for, VI 46–47, VIII 348–49, XIII 155–56, XVI 471n, XVII 110, 245, 266, 268, 430, 535; and naval armament, XVI 567, 572, 582n, XVII 339, 454, 455, 457, 466–75; political situation in, (1793) XIV 338–41, (1798) XXI 473–74; presidential campaign and election in, (1792) Hamilton on, XII 568, (1796) XX 372, 418, (1799–1800) XXV 70, 77, 99, 258n, 259, 262, 300, 309, 346n, (1800–1801) XXIV 445–48, 452; and presidential election (1788–1789), V 252; relations with Indians, V 393n, 457n, 581n, VI 549n, VII 147–48, XIII 27–28, XIV 338–39, 490–95, XV 315–16, 643, XVI 27–28, 588, 589–90n, 591–92, 600, XVII 13n, 202, 270–75, 341, XIX 362–63, 362–63n, 461, XXI 214n, XXIII 406; revenue cutter for, VI 381, VII 78, 147, 206, VIII 349–50, XIII 323, XVII 474, capt. of, see Howell, John; and shipbuilding, V 491–92; U.S. attorney for the District of, see McAllister, Matthew; and U.S. circuit courts, XI 47–48n; U.S. circuit and district courts, clerk of, pay, XIII 58; U.S. district court, pay and payment to, XVIII 149; U.S. judge for the District of, pay, V 387, VI 129, IX 458, XIII 120 (see also Pendleton, Nathaniel); U.S. marshal for the District of, pay, VI 528, settlement of accounts with U.S., IX 465 (see also Forsyth, Robert, and Glascock, Thomas); and U.S. relations with Great Britain, XXIV 304; and U.S. relations with Spain, V 206n, XXI 214n, XXIII 46, XXIV 304; U.S. Representatives from, see Baldwin, Abraham, and Carnes, Thomas P., and Jackson, James, and Mathews, George, and Milledge, John, and Wayne, Anthony, and Willis, Francis; U.S. Senators from, see Few, William, and Gunn, James, and Jackson, James, and Walton, George
Georgia, Russia, IV 283n
Georgia (ship), XXV 411
Georgia Company: land speculation in Ga. Yazoo frauds, and Hamilton’s law practice, XIX 309, XXI 165n
Georgia Compact, XXVI 81n
Georgia Mississippi Company: land speculation in Ga. Yazoo frauds, and Hamilton’s law practice, XIX 310n, XX 221n
Georgia Yazoo land companies: land speculation in Ga., and Hamilton’s law practice, XIX 310–11n, XX 211, XXI 165n
Gérard, Conrad-Alexandre: French Minister to U.S., I 525, II 31, 32, 38, 48, 54n, 92, 110–11, 113, 129, 152, 157, 177, 194, 199, 319, XXVI 374; first secretary to Vergennes, XX 432n
Gerlach, Don R.: Philip Schuyler and the American Revolution in New York: 1733–1777, XX 455n, XXVI 146n
Gerlach (Gerlack), Heinrich: British Army, (American Revolution), prisoner exchange, XXVI 385
Germania (ship): and customs regulations, XXII 533
German Confederacy, see Holy Roman Empire
German Diet, see Holy Roman Empire
German Empire, see Holy Roman Empire
Germanic League: Hamilton on, in The Federalist, IV 385–89. See also Holy Roman Empire
German Republican Society, Philadelphia, XV 122n
Germans: emigration of, VIII 18–19
Germantown, Pa., I 305n, II 121n, 274n; and American Revolution, Battle of, I 337, headquarters, I 306–12, 325, site of prisoner-exchange discussion, I 446, 450, 451n, 454, 455, 457; and excise opposition, XII 594; proposed seat of Government during yellow-fever epidemic (1793), XV 343, 362, 374–76, 387
Germany, III 233n; banks in, Hamilton on in “Report on the Bank,” VII 306; coinage in, Hamilton on in “Report on the Mint,” VII 481–82; emperor of, see Holy Roman Emperor and Joseph II and Leopold II; history of, used by Hamilton as example for strong national government, II 403, 656, 661; imports from, IX 338; and Napoleonic wars, XXV 335n; and Order of Illuminati, XXV 20n; troops from (American Revolution), I 276, II 263, XXVI 382, 384, 385, 387; and wars of French Revolution, XX 339, 399, 415, 436, 546–47n, XXI 22, 32, 412; and U.S. Army, as model for organization of, XXIII 388–89. See also Holy Roman Empire
Gernon, Richard: Philadelphia merchant, customs regulations and question of citizenship, X 509, 514–15, 560; procurement agent for French Government, XVI 440
Geroir, John: claim for Army pay (American Revolution), XI 359–60
Gerrard, John: Additional Army candidate (Ky.), XXII 285, 287
Gerretsen, Samuel: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 91
Gerrish, William: Portsmouth, N.H. merchant, and customs regulations, XVIII 177
Gerry, Ann Thompson (Mrs. Elbridge), XXI 431n
Gerry, Elbridge, III 46n, XVIII 564, XXI 115n, XXII 5n, XXIV 385n, 579n; and John Adams as Minister to Great Britain, XXV 111, 200–1; and Ædanus Burke’s dispute with Hamilton, VI 337n, 353–54; career, XXV 33n, 106n; delegate, Constitutional Convention (Mass.), IV 167, 177, 235n, 244, 246, XX 23; Hamilton’s opinion of, XII 254; member, House of Representatives (Mass.), VI 354n, and accounts of John Adams, VIII 307, and memorial of Mass. line, VIII 403n, pay, VIII 64, 65, 66, 68, XV 507, XVII 506, and petition of Catharine Greene, X 407n, and petition of Comfort Sands, VIII 139; and presidential election, (1796) XX 438, (1800) XV 32–33, 59n; proposed as Minister to France, XVI 423; and Baron von Steuben’s claim to Continental Congress, V 212–13, 213–15, VI 312, 313; and XYZ affair, XXI 341n, 366n, 368–70n, 370–77, 378, 379n, 409n, 428–32n, 436, 443n, 444n, 463, XXV 205n, negotiations in France following, XXI 458, 465n, 489, XXII 2–3n, 3, 45, 46, 183, 489, XXV 212–13n
Gerry, Samuel R.: collector of customs, Marblehead, Mass., XI 361, XII 123, XXVI 596, 834, accounts, XIII 36–37, 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85, administration of office, enforcement of customs regulations, and instructions to, IX 521, XI 446, XII 23, 225–26, 481, XXVI 553–54, 835, appointment, VI 553, XXVI 553–54. See also “Treasury Department circulars to the collectors of customs”
Gervais, John: and Scioto Company, IX 253
Gervais, John Lewis: delegate, Continental Congress (S.C.), III 245n
Gettman, John: pardon of, for role in Fries’s Rebellion, XXV 142–43n
Geyer, Andrew: petition of, XXV 339n
Geyer, De la Lande, and Fynje: London and Amsterdam banking firm, and Daniel Parker and Company, XVI 595n
Geyer, Frederick William; Boston and London merchant, and settlement of William Duer’s debts, XVI 595n
William Geyer v Otis, etc.: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 65
Ghequeire and Holmes: purchasers of Government bills, XIII 495
Ghord, M.: comment on Additional Army candidate (Ky.), XXII 287
Gibb, William: collector of customs, Foley Landing, Va., accounts of, XIII 38–39, 572, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87
Gibbes, Lucas: criticizes Edmond Charles Genet, XV 301n
Gibbon, James: surveyor of customs, Petersburg, Va., XII 554–56
Gibbons, —— (Mrs.), XIII 338
Gibbs, —— (Mrs. Caleb), VII 436, VIII 344, XII 351, XV 18–19
Gibbs, Alexander Hamilton (son of Caleb Gibbs), XII 351
Gibbs, Benjamin, Jr.: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 141, 142
Gibbs, Caleb, VII 142, VIII 301, X 368, XXIII 485; Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 316, 317, 334, 337, 428, 430, 467, 473; advises Hamilton on Army (Quasi-War), XXII 369–70, 612; applies for commission in Army (Quasi-War), XXII 604, XXIII 611–12, 628; applies for Government post, VII 435–36, VIII 345, XII 351, XIV 85, XV 18–20, 678–79; Army (American Revolution), I 329, 372, 530, II 53, 64, 103, 157, 392, 509, 586, 588, XXVI 362–63, XXVII 5, accompanies Hamilton on trip to Gates, I 368, 412–13; rebuffed by Hamilton, XXIII 554–55; and Nathaniel Tracy, VII 435, VIII 344, XII 350–51
Gibbs, George: Memoirs of the Administrations of Washington and John Adams: Edited from the Papers of Oliver Wolcott, Secretary of the Treasury, VI 57n, XIV 470n, XV 286n, XVIII 248n, 478n, 527–29n, 531n, XIX 434–35n, XX 241n, XXII 16–17n, XXIII 100–1n, 545–47n, XXIV 447n, 448n, 450n, XXV 5n, 17n, 52n, 88n, 106n, 108n, 182n, 193–94n, 204n, 244–45n, 245n, XXVI 758n
Gibbs, George: Newport, R.I., merchant, and customs regulations, XVI 377, 446, 489, and defense of Newport (Quasi-War), XXI 448
Gibbs, Joel: Army contractor (1794), N.J., XVII 292, 311, 342, 390, 437
Gibbs, Laura Wolcott (Mrs. George), XX 212n
Gibbs, Philo: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 280
Gibbs (Gibb), Robert: N.Y. shipmaster, I 20, 25, 26, 29
Gibbs, Stephen S.: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 141
Gibbs, Stephen S.: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 586, XXIV 247
Gibbs, William: Boston merchant trading in France, III 477
Gibbs and Channing: Newport, R.I., merchant firm, XVI 377, 446, 489
Gibraltar, III 96, XIX 362n, XXIII 12–13n, 200n; and wars of French Revolution, XX 155, 422–23n
Gibraltar, Strait of: and Barbary pirates, XVI 306n; and wars of French Revolution, XXI 500, XXIII 194n
Gibson, Alexander: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 308, 587, 611, 621, XXIV 40, 41, 248, 336, 357
Gibson, Ann (Mrs. George): pay for late husband’s Army service (American Revolution), XV 539
Gibson, Anna (Anne) (Mrs. John): payment for interest on loan office certificates, XIII 100, 142
Gibson, Francis: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 76, 680, XXIV 620, 627, 637, 638, 644
Gibson, George: Army (American Revolution), pay due, V 408, XIII 567, XIV 73, 74–77, XV 539, 540–43, 574
Gibson, Hezekiah: Army (American Revolution), II 547, 555
Gibson, James: Philadelphia attorney, assignee for Anna Gibson, XIII 100, 142; and John Nicholson’s impeachment proceedings, XVI 120n
Gibson, John (Allegheny County, Pa.): judge of Court of Common Pleas, as Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 145; and excise opposition (1792), XII 520n; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 3n, 9n, 54, 62n, 87–88n, 184, 204
Gibson, John: clerk, auditor’s office, Treasury Department, pay, XIII 465
Gibson, John: ed., History of York County, Pennsylvania …, XVII 344–45n
Gibson, John (Philadelphia): estate of, payment of interest on loan office certificate to, XIII 100, 142
Gibson, John (Va.): Army (American Revolution), II 45
Gibson and Jefferson: Richmond, Va., merchant firm, XXVI 37n
Giddens, Francis: gunsmith, Louisa County, Va., IX 303, 304
Giddes, see Gedis
Gideon, Jacob: publisher of edition of The Federalist, IV 291, 295, 299, 377n
Gifford, —— (Mr.): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 26
Gifford, John: Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 128
Gifford, Paul: and customs regulations, XII 260
Gifford, William: Army (American Revolution), II 540
Gilbert, Abijah: treasurer, Westchester County, N.Y., III 127n
Gilbert, Asa: and customs regulations, XII 123
Gilbert, Ezekiel: Hudson, N.Y., attorney, and comments on Additional Army candidates (N.Y.), XXII 92, 97, 102; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 297–98, 315–16; recommends new sheriff for Columbia County, N.Y., XIX 277–78
Gilbert, George: Army clothing contractor, XVI 614, XVII 311, XXV 338
Gilbert, Jacob: Army clothing contractor, XVI 614, XVII 311, XXV 338
Gilbert, John C.: Additional Army candidate (Quasi-War), XXIII 627
Gilbert, Raleigh: and history of North America, III 708
Thomas Gilbert and Francis Farquharson v Jeremiah Hallett: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 58n
Gilbert, William: report on petition of, to N.Y. Assembly, IV 100
Gilchrist, Robert: N.Y. land speculator, XIII 43; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 384; and Merchants’ Bank, XXVI 106; and mortgage of Hamilton’s land in Scriba’s Patent, XXI 95n, 97, 327, XXII 395, XXV 392n, XXVI 38–39, 220, 276, 285, 286, 860–61
Robert Gilchrist v Jacob Mark, John Laurance, and others, XXVI 220n
Giles, Aquila, XIII 93, 95; career, XXVI 168n; comments on Additional Army candidates (N.Y.), XXII 92, 123; and William Duer, XXVI 761; protested note of, XXVI 167; report on petition of, XIII 192–93; U.S. marshal for District of N.Y., XVIII 42, XX 498–99, and French privateers, XV 182–83, Hamilton’s comments on, XXI 54, XXVI 752, pay, XVII 501
Giles, Edward: defense of conduct of Samuel Chase, III 1n, 3, 4n
Giles, James: comment on Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXIII 615, 618
Giles, William A.: Navy candidate (Quasi-War), XXII 104, 108
Giles, William B.: member, House of Representatives (Va.), IX 404, XI 351n, 432, 436–37, 441n, 542, XIII 547n, 549n, XIV 103n, 113n, XV 589n, XVI 494, XX 446–47n, XXIV 486n, XXVI 829, and Jay Treaty, XIX 156, 158, opposition to Hamilton’s policies and investigations of Treasury Department, XIII 382n, 438n, 533–41, XIV 7, 106n, 119n, 207n, 213, 247–48, XV 461–65, 465–67, XVI 165n, 195n, 250–53, 338–39n, 433n, 570, XXI 219, 240, 266, pay, XIII 69, XV 508, XVII 50, on repeal of Judiciary Act (1801), XXV 569–72, and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 163, 219, 240, 266
Gilford County, see Guilford County
Gill, David: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 486n, 660
Gill, Moses: comment on Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 330; governor of Mass., and election of 1800, XXV 33n
Gillespie, Neal: excise opposition (1792), XII 308n
Gillies, William, and Company: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 10, 35
Gilliland, James: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s artillery co., I 187, 200, II 680, XXVI 388, 787
Gilliland, William: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 104, 108
Gilliland, William: New York City merchant, I 25
Gillon, Alexander: commodore (American Revolution), and S.C. accounts with U.S., XVI 42–43n, XX 468n; member, House of Representatives (S.C.), XIV 341
Gilman, John Taylor: career, XXII 110n; commissioner for settling accounts between states and U.S., VIII 201, XIX 38n, pay, XIII 137, 138, 143, XV 252–53n; delegate, Continental Congress (N.H.), III 229n, 243n, 282n; governor of N.H., and comments on Additional Army candidates (N.H.), XXII 110, 112, 113, 114, and election of 1800, XXV 57, and Hamilton’s trip to New England (1800), XXIV 583, and Quasi-War, XXII 609 (see also “War Department circular to the governors of the states”), re-election, XXVI 115n; member, House of Representatives (N.H.), VII 188n
Gilman, N.: Additional Army candidate (N.H.), XXII 114
Gilman, Nathaniel (brother of John Taylor Gilman and Nicholas Gilman): commissioner of loans (N.H.), instructions to, VI 554 (see also “Treasury Department circulars to the commissioners of loans”), resignation, VII 75, 96, 104, 115n, 188, XXVI 577; Continental loan officer (N.H.), accounts, VI 513, pay, VI 303; receiver of Continental taxes, accounts, XIII 40, 499
Gilman, Nicholas, XIII 106, 140, XVIII 235; career, XXII 334n; comment on Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 334; member, House of Representatives (N.H.), VII 158, 187, pay, XIII 65, 67, 68, XV 507, XVII 506, and recommendations for crew of N.H. revenue cutter, XXVI 554
Gilmor, Robert: chairman, naval committee, Baltimore, Md., and Quasi-War, XXIII 624
Gilpin, Joseph: memorial of, XVI 413
Gilpin, Joshua, XVII 541; “Journey to Bethlehem,” XVIII 263–64n
Gimat, Jean-Joseph Sourbader, chevalier de: Army (American Revolution), II 483, 560, 588, 602, 637, III 193, attack at Yorktown, II 679–82, payment for services, VI 542; settles in Md., XV 392
Gin, see Distilled spirits
Ginseng: export of, to China, IX 38n, 39–44
Girard, John (brother of Stephen Girard), XVI 55; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 50
John Girard v William Armstrong and George Barnwall: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 50n
Girard, Stephen: Philadelphia merchant, XXI 50n; asks aid for release of ship and cargo seized by France, XVI 55, 101; and bills of exchange drawn by Santo Domingo, XV 80, 86, XVII 538; and Jay Treaty, XX 125n; seeks redress against British trade regulations, XVIII 15–16n
Gironde Rivert, France, V 459n
Gist, Mordecai: Army (American Revolution), II 59, 532
Gitts, Michael: messenger and office keeper, Treasury Department, XXVI 707n, pay, XIII 448, 464
Givens, James: British Army officer, and negotiations with Indians in Canada, XIII 214n
Glascock, Thomas: U.S. marshal, District of Ga., XVIII 149
Glasgow, Scotland, VIII 18, X 339; manufacture of potash at, IX 345
Glasgow (American brig): seized by French privateer, XX 443n
Glasgow (ship), XIII 17, 32n
Glass: bounty on, X 222–23, 333; British policy on, before American Revolution, I 72, 134; duty on, X 222, 333, XI 148, proposed, XI 144, XXVI 515; manufacture of, X 102, 105, 222–23, 333, in Boston, IX 162–63, and use of coal, X 320
Glastonbury, Conn.: manufacture of cotton at, IX 321
Glaubeck, Peter William Joseph Ludwig, baron de: Army (American Revolution), payment for services, VI 542, IX 549, XI 571–72n, XII 270, XIII 103, XIV 462–63, XV 420–22, XVII 538; and claim of Catharine Greene, X 427–28, XI 571, XIII 103, XV 319–20, 321, 323, 326, 335, 420–22, XVII 538, XXVI 713, 721; and Hamilton’s dispute with Andrew G. Fraunces, XI 571n, XIV 462–63, 468, 469, XV 319, 321, 323–24, 326, 335, 420–22, XXI 242, XXVI 713; purchase of Army pay rights by Royal Flint and William Duer, XI 571n, XIV 462–63, 468, XV 318–19, 323–24, 335, 420–22, XXVI 721–22; and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 127n, 194, 242
Glauber’s salt, IX 517, XII 557
Glean, John: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 92
Glen, Cornelius: Albany, N.Y., merchant, III 611
Glen, Henry: Schenectady, N.Y., merchant, XI 383, XXII 101n, XXVI 98; Army contractor (Quasi-War), XXIII 492, 632, 635, 676, XXIV 644, 646; career, XXII 90n; comments on Additional Army candidates (N.Y.), XXII 90, 91, 96, 97; Indian agent, claim, XI 570, XXVI 620–21; requests certificate for son (Quasi-War), XXV 330, 349; trip with Hamilton to Cooperstown, XVIII 345n
Glen, Jacob: seeks Army appointment (Quasi-War), XXII 603
Glen, John V.: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXII 604, XXIII 584, XXIV 41, 246, 612, 616, 624, XXV 330
Glenholm, James: Army contractor, pay, XVII 523
Glentworth, James: payment for interest on loan office certificates, XIII 100, 140
Glocester, R.I., VI 459n, XXIII 261
Glorious First of June: British naval victory (1794), XVII 390, 391n, XIX 123n
Glorious Revolution, III 486, IV 177, 429
Gloucester, Mass.: port of entry, X 344; collector of customs at, see Epes, Sargent, accounts, XI 236; customs accounts, XIII 36–37, 574, 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85; surveyor of customs at, accounts, XI 234
Gloucester, N.J., XVIII 149
Gloucester County, N.Y.: and N.Y.-Vt. border, IV 131
Gloucester County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Glover, John: Army (American Revolution), I 272, 285, 291, 295, 304, 319, 349, 352, II 95, 96, 106, 495, and Glover’s Brigade, I 295, 303, 348, 349, 357, 358, 359, 361, 364, II 28, 87, 141
Glover, John C.: N.Y. merchant, and customs regulations, XX 395
Glover, John J.: director, N.Y. branch of Bank of the U.S., XXVI 206
Gloves: duty on, X 16–17n, proposed, XI 145, XXVI 516; manufacture of, X 169, 283, in Providence, R.I., IX 447
Glue: duty on, X 46, 208, 322, XI 144, XXVI 646; manufacture of, X 46, 169, 283, 322
Goadsby, Thomas: New York City merchant, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 25, 35
Goat Island, Newport, R.I.: fortification of, XVI 257n; site of Fort Wolcott (Quasi-War), XXIV 160n, 428n
Gobert, Charles: New York City merchant, XXVI 89
Goddard, William: publisher, The Maryland Journal and Baltimore Advertiser, XIV 190n, 346n; and vice-presidential election (1792), XII 510
Godfrey, —— (Mr.), XIV 352
Godfrey, Bridget: affidavit of, XXIV 665
Godfrey, Charles E.: “Organization of the Provisional Army of the United States in the Anticipated War with France, 1798–1800,” XXII 4–5n, 19n, 68n, 386n, 412n, XXIII 27n, 84n, 202n, 318n, 322n, 443n, 538n, 539n, 563n
Godoy, Manuel de, duque de Alcudia: Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs, XIV 438n, XIX 360, 462n, XXVI 843
Godwin, Charles: and Hamilton’s law practice, VIII 214
Godwin, William: Enquiry concerning Political Justice and its influence on general virtue and happiness, XXV 321n
Goebel, Dorothy Burne: “The ‘New England Trade’ and the French West Indies, 1763–1774: A Study in Trade Policies,” XIII 402n
Goebel, Julius, Jr.: History of the Supreme Court of the United States: Antecedents and Beginnings to 1801, XVI 42–43n, XXV 477n, The Law Practice of Alexander Hamilton: Documents and Commentary, III 702, XI 318n, XVIII 41n, 44n, 205–6n, 206n, 267n, 293–94n, 304n, 316n, 330n, 331n, 333n, 334n, 335n, 335–36n, 337n, 341n, 363n, 379n, 384n, 420n, 421n, 455n, 456n, 458n, 475n, 504n, 504–5n, 505n, 506n, 507n, XIX 78n, 80n, 87n, 88n, 97n, 132n, 133n, 202–3n, 203n, 232n, 310n, 310–11n, 311n, 318n, 341n, 512n, 515n, XX 45–46n, 51n, 71n, 114n, 169n, 206n, 211n, 226n, 249n, 259–60n, 303n, 325n, 336n, 346n, 447–48n, 462n, 464n, 466n, 489n, 538n, 543n, 550–51n, XXI 14n, 50n, 56n, 58n, 92n, 108n, 112n, 146n, 165n, 196n, 294–95n, 296n, 299n, 301n, 332n, 334n, 363n, 367n, 441n, 482n, XXII 60n, 78n, 179n, 400n, 517n, XXIII 9n, 264n, 265n, XXIV 91n, 196n, 216n, 240n, 253n, 325n, 413n, 439n, XXV 40n, 121n, 125n, 169n, 241n, 269n, 278n, 289n, 337n, 338n, 343n, 367n, 384n, 403–4n, 404n, 417n, 475n, 479n, 490n, 491n, 582n, 602n, XXVI 18n, 21n, 53n, 60n, 77n, 88n, 99n, 113n, 127–28n, 128n, 137n, 142–43n, 143n, 146n, 155n, 160n, 162n, 172n, 177n, 178n, 186n, 187n, 213n, 225n, 227n, 233n, 238n, 289n, 302n, 446n, 449n, 452n, 455n, 458n, 459n, 460n, 461n, 462n, 468n, 475n, 759n, 805, 808, 810
Goelet, Peter: N.Y. merchant, trustee of American Iron Company, and sale of Cosby Manor, XIX 201, 203, XX 237, 241, 342, XXI 14–15, XXII 340, XXIII 159, 333–34, 455, XXIV 493, XXV 483n
Goelet, Peter P. (son of Peter Goelet), XXIV 493
Goerck, Casimer S.H.: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 102
Goes, Barent J.: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 95
Goetschius, John Mauritius: Army (American Revolution), II 504
Gohier, Louis Antoine: member, French Directory, XXIII 266n
Gold: and coinage, VIII 4, 439, XI 76; counterfeiting of, XXVI 678; duty on, proposed, XXVI 515; goldsmiths, and information for Hamilton’s “Report on the Mint,” VIII 57; Hamilton on, in “Report on the Bank,” VII 258–66, 269, 272–75, 278, 306–9, 314–19, 322, in “Report on the Mint,” VII 464–65, 466, 469, 534, 573, 577; manufacture of, X 170; relative value in U.S. and Mass., VI 519
Gold, Thomas R.: member, N.Y. Senate, XXI 13; trustee, Hamilton-Oneida Academy, XIX 146
Goldsborough, Charles: member, Md. Senate, comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 303
Goldsborough, Charles W.: clerk in Navy Department, XXII 198, 209; comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 303
Goldsborough, Richard: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 303
Goldsborough, Robert: chief justice, Md. Supreme Court, comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 303
Goldsmith, Oliver: The Grecian History …, XII 401n
Goldthwait and Baldwin: Philadelphia druggists, pay for supplies, XVII 524
Goll van Frankenstein, Johann: and possible loans to U.S., VII 182, 350–51, XXVI 821
Gomel, Charles: Histoire Financière de L’Assemblee Constituante, VIII 439n
Gomez, Esteven: and history of North America, III 705
Gomez, Isaac, Jr.: New York City merchant, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 568n, XXI 334n, XXII 400
Isaac Gomez, Jr., and Abraham R. Rivera v Louis Le Guen, Isaac Gouverneur, Peter Kemble, and Moses Lopez: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 334n
Gomez, Moses: New York City merchant, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 568n
Goochland County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Goodenough, Ephraim: and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 127, 128n, 246n, 280
Goodhue, Benjamin: assignee for Francis Dana, XIII 105, 138; career, XXV 33n; criticizes Hamilton’s 1795 “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 55, 284–85, 331; and election of 1800, XXV 33, 238–39; and Essex Junto, XXIV 575; Hamilton sends views to, on Anglo-American relations, VIII 516–17, on customs regulations, V 473–75; member, House of Representatives (Mass.), V 451, XVI 210n, and “Coasting Act,” X 511n, pay, XIII 64, 65, 66, 68, XV 507, 532, XVII 506, and whale fishery, VII 407; U.S. payment to, XIII 144; U.S. Senator (Mass.), XXI 84, 439n, 465n, XXII 320, XXIV 558, comments on Additional Army candidates, (Mass.) XXII 315–19, 320n, 321, 328, 428, (N.J.) XXII 127, 138, and William S. Smith’s commission (Quasi-War), XXII 26n
Good Intent (schooner): customs regulations, IX 261–62
Good Peter: Indian chief, and Hamilton-Oneida Academy, XIX 147n
Goodrich, Chauncey: member, House of Representatives (Conn.), XVII 351n, XXII 382n, XXV 108n, comment on Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 272, comments on Additional Army recruiting, XXIII 224, and election of 1800, XXIV 447, 448n
Goodrich, Elihu Chauncey: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 108
Goodrich, Elizur (brother of Chauncey Goodrich): removal by Jefferson as collector of customs, New Haven, Conn., XXV 419n
Goodwin, Lyde: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 296
Goodwin, William, Sr.: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 296
Goold, Charles (father of Edward Goold), XXVI 145n
Goold, Edward: New York City merchant, III 37n; and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 124, XXVI 145n, 146n; and purchase of Cosby Manor, XIX 200, 202
Gooll, Lois (Timothy Pickering’s sister), XXVI 104n
Gorani, Giuseppe, count: honorary French citizenship, XII 546n
Gordon, Andrew: governor, Upper Canada, and British retention of posts, XIV 9–11
Gordon, Cosmo: member of British commission for prisoner exchange (American Revolution), II 273–74, 275–85, 286, 288, 289–91, 291–92, 295–96, 296–301, 308–9
Gordon, James: comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 99; and dispute with Governor George Clinton, XVIII 256–57n; member, House of Representatives (N.Y.), pay, XV 508, XVII 506; member, N.Y. Assembly, IV 2n, 5, 18
Gordon, Thomas: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 304
Gordon, William (Rev.) (Jamaica Plain, Mass.): dispute with Hamilton and abortive duel, II 92–92, 108–9, 127–28, 140–41, 141–43, 149–50, 153–56, 162, 168–69, 184–85, 187–88, 222, 224, 313–16, III 38n, XV 287n, XXVI 236; History of the … United States of America, XXVI 31–32n
Gordon, William (New Bedford, Mass.): Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 330
Gordon, William (Newport, R.I.): and customs regulations, IX 94
Gordon, William (N.H.): member, House of Representatives (N.H.), comments on Additional Army candidates, XXII 109, 110, 111; N.H. attorney general, and election of 1800, XXV 79
Gore, Christopher: Boston Federalist and lawyer, career, XXII 513n; director, Mass. Bank, V 532n, and Bank of N. Y. and Bank of the U.S., IX 55n, 187; Hamilton proposes as Secretary of War, XIX 396; member, Anglo-American claims commission, XX 306n, 506n, XXI 59; U.S. attorney for District of Mass., VI 392–93, VII 28, XI 39, XVIII 287, and customs regulations, VI 428, 500, 510, VIII 359, 583–84, XII 29, 507–8, 630, and French privateers, XV 182, 273, 276, 314–15, and French vice consul at Boston, XV 382; U.S. chargé d’affaires at London, XXVI 138n, 160n; views on Hamilton’s 1795 “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 331–32, on U.S. policy towards France, XXII 512–13, 518
Gorges, Sir Ferdinando: history of North America, III 709, 710
Gorges, Robert: history of North America, III 711
Gorham, Josiah, Jr.: shipmaster, and customs regulations, VIII 252, 295
Gorham, Nathaniel, V 537; Army contract, failure to obtain, VI 8; delegate, Constitutional Convention (Mass.), IV 215n, 217n, 247n, V 64–65n; delegate, Continental Congress (Mass.), III 113n, 246n, 264n, 282n, 299n, 314n, 317n, 338n, 343n, 356–61, 363n; land speculation in N.Y. (Phelps-Gorham Purchase), XVIII 299–300n, 341n, XIX 18n; reports on manufacturing in Mass., IX 371–75, 427; supervisor of the revenue for Mass., VIII 187, 188, IX 427, XI 406, 450, XII 17–18, 88–89, 593, XIII 316, 329n, accounts, XIII 576, XV 488–95, and Army contractors, XVI 501, XVII 58, 346, pay, XII 95, XVIII 168
Goshen, N.Y.: and American Revolution, I 358–59, 412, II 444n
Gosnold, Bartholomew: history of North America, III 713
Gosport, England, X 199n
Gosport, Va., XXIV 625
Gossin, John Baptist: French shipmaster, and customs regulations, XII 409
Goteborg (Gottenburg), Sweden: and French agreement with Sweden (1784), XX 555n; supplies for naval armament from, XVI 524, 527, 556
Gotier, see Gautier
Gottesman, Rita Susswein: “The Arts and Crafts in New York, 1777–1779,” XI 253n
Gottschalk, Louis: “Lafayette as Commercial Expert,” XIII 405–6n; Lafayette Between the American and French Revolution, 1783–1789, XIII 405–6n; ed., The Letters of Lafayette to Washington, 1777–1799, I 504n, II 1n, 517n, IV 285–86n, XXVI 377n
Gould, Thomas R.: and Quasi-War, XXIV 671
Gourdon, Ferdinand, XIII 566
Gouverneur, —— (Mr.): debt to Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 304
Gouverneur, Elizabeth (Mrs. Isaac, Jr.): divorce, XXVI 462–63n
Gouverneur, Isaac: New York City merchant, XXVI 462n, 806; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 46, V 246
Gouverneur, Isaac, Jr. (nephew), XXVI 77, 89, 806; comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 100; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 650, XIX 318n, XX 466, XXI 49–50, 56, 333–34, 334–35, XXII 400, XXIII 9n, 264n, 265n, XXIV 216n, 253n, 439n, XXV 241n, 278n, 279n, 289n, XXVI 461–63; and N.Y. Assembly, Hamilton introduces bill for divorce of, IV 70–71, 125, XXVI 807
Gouverneur, Nicholas: New York City merchant, XXVI 89, 91n, 462n
Gouverneur, Samuel (father of Isaac Gouverneur, Jr.): New York City merchant, XXVI 462n, 806; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 177
Gouverneur and Kemble: New York City merchant firm, XXVI 77, 91; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 278, XXVI 462n
Gouvion, Jean Baptiste, chevalier de: Army (American Revolution), I 488, II 214, 252, 312, 345, 483, 484, 504, 506, 517, 519, 560, 571, III 193, payment for services, VI 542; and Francisco de Miranda, III 587
Gouy, —— (Mr.), IX 481n
Gover, Robert: Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 213–14, 631
Government: administration of, Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 406, 435–37, 482, 484, 589–90, 612–13, 633; expenditures and appropriations for, Hamilton on in The Federalist, IV 353; Hamilton on nature and objectives of, in The Farmer Refuted, I 88–100, in “Opinion on the Constitutionality of an Act to Establish a Bank,” VIII 65, 83–84, 89, 98; Hamilton on nature and objectives of and proposals for that of U.S., II 236–51, 244–45, 248, 402, 404–18, 554, 604–35, 649, 651, 652, 654–57, 660, 662–65, 669–74 (see also Constitutional Convention and The Federalist and A Full Vindication and New York State: Assembly; Ratifying Convention, and “Report on a Plan for the Further Support of Public Credit” (January 16, 1795) “Report on the Difficulties in the Execution of the Act Laying Duties on Distilled Spirits” (March 5, 1792) and “Report Relative to a Provision for the Support of Public Credit” (January 9, 1790); relationship to and relations with economy, Hamilton on, see “Report on Manufactures” (December 5, 1791)
Governor Jay (U.S. revenue cutter), XXVI 175n
Governors Island, N.Y. Harbor: and American Revolution, British fortifications at, II 202, 208; Army post (Quasi-War), XXII 198, 204, 224, 261, 263, 427–28, 498–99, XXIII 120n, XXIV 95, 160n, XXV 14n, fortification of, XXI 476–77n, 514, 516, 518n, 521, XXII 211n, 249, 263, 411, 513–14, XXIII 292
Govett (Govet), William: auditor (Confederation Government), XVI 91; pay for forwarding books, XIII 109
Gower, George Granville Leveson-Gower, 2nd Earl: British Minister to France, XIV 401, 402n
Grace (British schooner): IX 52
Grace, Richard: Army (American Revolution), XXVI 356
Gracie, Archibald: New York City merchant and banker, and founding of New-York Evening Post, XXV 450–51n; and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 538n, XXI 441, XXII 164; and N.Y. banking legislation, XXVI 214, 215; partner in Oliver Wolcott & Company, XXVI 35n
Graeff (Groff), John: guns for Army, pay, XV 523
Graetzer, J.: Edmund Halley and Caspar Neumann. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Bevölkerungs-Statistik, I 409n
Graff, John: deputy collector of customs and weigher, port of Philadelphia, VI 32, 265
Charles M. Graham v Nicholas Low: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 441
Graham, Henry: excise opposition, XVII 29n
Graham, James: clerk, comptroller’s office, Treasury Department, pay, XIII 464
Graham, John: Richmond, Va., merchant, and subscription to Bank of the U.S. stock, IX 113–14
Graham, Stephen (Dr.): and forged letters, XX 116–19, 149
Graham, Theodorus V.W.: Albany lawyer and alderman, and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 370, 386; and N.Y. gubernatorial election (1804), XXVI 244
Graham, Thomas: loan office certificates issued to, XI 308
Graham, William (Bedford, Pa.): Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 139, 146
Graham, William (Philadelphia): assignee for David Wolfe, XIII 96, XXVI 613; petition of, XI 300, report on, XI 306–7
Grain: and distilled spirits, XI 147; manufacture of, X 102, 208–11, 322–25; Jacques Necker on, X 8, regulation of, XIII 423, 429, 434, British, X 57, 59, XIII 423, 429, 432, France, XIII 423, 429, 434, Spanish and Portuguese, X 60
Granada, Spain, I 389
Granchain de Sémerville, Guillaume Jacques Constant Liberge, comte de: French Navy (American Revolution), II 551
Grand, Catherine-Noël Worlée (Mme): Talleyrand’s mistress, and XYZ affair, XXI 431n
Grand, Daniel (son of Ferdinand Grand): and loans to U.S., VIII 418
Grand, Jean-François-Paul (son of Ferdinand Grand): and loans to U.S. VIII 418
Grand de la Chaise, Ferdinand, see Grand, Ferdinand
Grand, Ferdinand: French banker, VII 182n, XII 303, XIII 9, XXVI 803, 816, 817, 821, 824, 825, 827, 831, 833, 837, 838, 839, 840, 841, 842, 843, 846, 847, 857, 858; and Jean Pierre Droz on Mint, VI 371–72n, IX 103n; and Jefferson’s account, XIII 527–28, XV 370–71; loan to U.S., IX 100; and U.S. debt to foreign officers, X 548, XII 370–71, 373, 374n, 376, XIII 530, XIV 78n, 180, 311, 477, XV 421, XX 202; and U.S. debt to France, III 357n, 358, VI 186, 236, VII 20n, VIII 171, 178, 179, 505, 561, X 487, XI 208–9, XII 176–77, 441, 442–44, 452, 454, 460, 476, XIV 531, XVI 126, XX 432n
Grand, Ferdinand, and Company, VI 187, IX 100n, 142n, XII 441n; and account with Gouverneur Morris, XIII 358; and U.S. debt to foreign officers, VI 518n, 541, XIII 488–89; and U.S. debt to France, VI 113, 115, 211–12, 236n
Grand, Georges (brother of Ferdinand Grand): partner in Hogguer and Company, VII 182n, VIII 171n, 460n, XII 444n
Grand Miami River, see Great Miami River
Grand Pré, Carlos de: Spanish intendant at Natchez, XXIII 144
Grand River, Canada, XXIII 379
Grandson, George de Ribaupierre de: Swiss banker, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 61–62
Grandson, Jean Frederick Houst de: Swiss banker, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 40n, 61–62
The Grange: Hamilton’s country house in northern Manhattan, XXV 93n, 388, 416, 418n, XXVI 30, 52, 59, 92, 151n, 231, 241, 258, 259; construction and description of, XXV 83–84, 102, 119, 124, 234–35, 328, 389–91, 422, 481–82, XXVI 23–24, 69, 86–87; and Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 284, 285, 286, 287, 289, 298, 300; mortgage on, XXV 397–400, XXVI 285, 286; Richard Peters’s advice for, XXVI 74–76; plans for, XXII 251n, XXIV 588n, XXVI 58–59, 69–70, 71, 159–60, 181, 182–83; purchase of land for, XXIII 566n, XXV 38–39
Grange (British ship): captured by France, XIV 452, 453, 536n, XXVI 705n; returned to British, XIV 547, XV 146
Granger’s and Ely’s mill: sawmill, Suffield, Conn., IX 345
Grant, —— (Mr.): and Daniel Parker and Company, IX 544
Grant, Eleazer: comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXIII 619
Grant, Ephraim, Jr.: discharge of soldier (Quasi-War), XXIV 637
Grant, John: Additional Army candidate (Ky.), XXII 287
Grant, Squire: Army supplies at Boston, pay, XV 523
Grant, Thomas (New York City): petition of, XIII 166n
Grant, Thomas (Pa.): comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 140
Grant and Baillie: and Hamilton’s clerkship in St. Croix, I 23. See also Fraser, Grant, and Baillie
Grant and Fine: New York City merchant firm, and Am Revolution, XIII 166n
Grantham, Thomas Robinson, 2nd baron: Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, and peace treaty of 1783, III 257, 258n
Granville County, N.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Granville County, S.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Gras, N.S.B.: The Massachusetts First National Bank of Boston, 1784–1934, VII 248n, 469n, IX 57n
Grasse, François Joseph Paul, comte de: French admiral, III 203n; and American Revolution, II 225; defeat by British in West Indies, III 96, XXVI 427
Grattan, —— (Mrs.), XX 334
Graves, John B.: debt to Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 304; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 475, XXVI 18, 123, 125
John B. Graves et. al. v The Boston Marine Insurance Company: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 475n
Graves, Rufus: Additional Army candidate (N.H.), XXII 113; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 177, 501n, 530, 628, 630, 640, 643, 644, 649, 651, 655, 656, 662, 663, 669, 672, 673, 678, 679, XXIV 44–45, 267n, 605, 620, 622, 623, 628, 629, 633, 634, 635, 636, 642, 643, 648, 676, XXV 53n
Graves, Thomas: British admiral, and American Revolution, II 357, 359, 360, 361–62, 364, 367, XXVI 413n
Gray, Archibald: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 584, XXIV 41, 246
Gray, John: assistant to U.S. marshal, S.C., pay, XVII 540
Gray, Joseph: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 139
Gray, Robert: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 141; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 111
Gray, Thomas: Elegy in a Country Churchyard, XXVI 76n
Gray, Vincent: deputy collector of customs, Alexandria, Va., V 507, 533, 557, VI 412, VIII 259, IX 307, 487, XXVI 574; inspector of the revenue for the port of Alexandria, Va., XXVI 119n; surveyor of customs, Alexandria, Va., XVII 14, recommended as, XV 403; U.S. agent in Havana, XXVI 118, introduces Baron von Humboldt, XXVI 226, 274
Gray, (William?): Salem, Mass., shipowner, VIII 516
Graybell, Jacob: U.S. marshal, Md., XXIV 339
Graydon, Andrew: chief clerk, office of Treasurer, Treasury Department, pay, XIII 465
Gray’s Ferry, Phila, XXVI 757, 758n; Edmond Charles Genet’s reception at, XIV 450n, 473
Grays (Greys) Hill, Md.: in American Revolution, I 318, 319, 321, 322
Grayson, Peter: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 587, XXIV 248, 357
Grayson, William: Army (American Revolution), commissioner with Hamilton for prisoner exchange, I 438n, 443–44, 445–46, 447–48, 449, 450, 451, 454–56, 458–60, 463n, 473, 474, 475–78, and court-martial of Charles Lee, I 508–9; delegate, Continental Congress (Va.), and N.Y.-Mass. boundary dispute, III 702–3; member of Board of War, II 490; U.S. Senator (Va.), and Hamilton’s personal accounts with, III 53, V 414, IX 32, pay, XIII 58
Great Barrington, Mass., XXIII 83
Great Britain, III 268, 471, 507, 567, IV 142, 160, 236n, 648, 653, V 8, 13, 201, 339, 343, 344, VI 253, 329, VII 81, 348, 427, 454, VIII 11, 51, 52, 159, 170, 412, IX 322, 363–64, 365–66, XI 25, 191, XII 538, 596, XIV 539, XV 27, 67, 674, 676–77, XVI 473, XVII 94, 350, 354–55, 385, XVIII 9, 409, XIX 201, 467, XX 546, XXI 382, 385, 422, 428, XXV 129n, 350n, 352, 356, 504, 506, XXVI 120; John Adams as U.S. envoy to, expenses of, VIII 306–8; John Adams on, XXV 196n, 237, 238n, 248–49; Admiralty Courts of (1795), XIX 306–8, 316, 343; in American Revolution, see American Revolution and Great Britain, and Burgoyne, John and Carleton, Guy, 1st Baron Dorchester, and Clinton, Sir Henry, and Howe, Richard, 4th viscount, and Howe, Sir William, policy of after Yorktown, XXVI 425–28; apprenticeship laws, IX 337; Army, cavalry system of (1799), XXIII 53, field artillery of (1799), XXIII 288, military pace of, XXIV 340–41, 365–66, 384, 416–17, relations with U.S. on northern frontier, XXIII 378, 404–5, 419–20, 492, 519, XXIV 43; banking in, VIII 19, 221, XIV 86, 397 (see also Bank of England), John Witherspoon on, V 464–65; before American Revolution, Hamilton on economy, government, and colonial rule of, in The Farmer Refuted, I 81–165, in A Full Vindication, I 45–78, in “Pay Book of the State Company of Artillery,” I 375–80, 385, 387–88, 411, in “Remarks on the Quebec Bill,” I 165–76; boundary dispute with U.S. in Northeast, VII 114, 151n; Aaron Burr on (1800–1801), XXV 277, 280–81, 287, 298, 308; and cession of La. (1802), XXVI 3–7; Chancellor of the Exchequer, see Montague, Charles, and Pitt, William; chargé d’affaires to U.S., see Bond, Phineas; civil liberties in, Hamilton on (1783), III 485; coins and currency of, VI 372n, VII 153, 154–55, 240, 386, IX 4; colonial system of (1791), George Cabot on, X 394; commercial policy toward U.S. (1791), IX 4, 11, 289, XIII 395–436; consuls, at Baltimore, Md., see Thornton, Edward, at Boston, Mass., see MacDonough, Thomas, at Charleston, S.C., see Moodie, Benjamin, at Norfolk, Va., see Hamilton, John, at N.Y., see Barclay, Thomas, and Temple, Sir John, at Philadelphia, see Bond, Phineas, at R.I., see Moore, Thomas William; and Convention of 1800, XXV 271–72, 325–26; corn law, VIII 414–15, XXVI 725; and decline of New England whaling industry, X 390–91n; and developments in Europe, (1799) XXIII 266, 546–47n, 602, (1800–1801) XXV 147, 160–68, 326–27, 332–33, 508n, 598; diplomatic service of (1791), VII 277; and discovery and settlement of North America, III 704–16; and eastern and western boundaries of U.S. (1791), X 493–94n; East India trade, XII 82; economic crisis in (1793), XV 27, 619, 677–78; economic situation in (1798), XXII 230; economy of as model for U.S., Hamilton on (1782), III 131–32n; effect on U.S. manufactures, IX 325, 436–39; and effect on U.S. relations with France, X 374; election of John B. Church to Parliament (1790), IV 280n; and the Eliza, XX 325–27, 337–38; emigrants from in U.S. industry, IX 80–81, 324, 436–40, XI 244–45, XV 153; Envoy Extraordinary to Madrid, see St. Helens, Alleyne Fitzherbert, baron; and European war (1794), XVII 96, 305, 390; farming in, Arthur Young on, IX 376; and Fauchet’s Dispatch No. 10, XVIII 527n; and Federalists, Jefferson on, IX 34; fiscal and financial policies of, (1790) VII 82, William Bingham on, V 540–55, Hamilton on in “The Defence of the Funding System,” XIX 1–73, Francisco de Miranda on, VIII 19, 245; fisheries of, IX 433, X 58n; Florida, possible conquest of (1790), VII 18n, 46, 49, trade of in, XXVI 174n; French Minister to, see La Luzerne, Anne César, marquis de; French privateers and ships of seized by France, XIV 427n, 452–54, 454–60, XV 2–3, 24–25n, 71–72, 74–79, 255, 262, 550–51, 682, XVII 111–12, 192, XX 240, 355, 361, 376, 378–80, 398–99, 427–29, 506–7, U.S. policy on, XVI 23–24, 200, 290, 447n, 511, 513–14, 559, 560–61; and French Revolution, XIV 400–1; government of, Hamilton on, in Continental Congress, III 265, in N.Y. Assembly, IV 10, 11, 16, 23, 33, 34–37, 69–70, 77, 95, 119–20, 124, (1800–1801) XXV 533, 536, 571, 574, 575; Hamilton on, in “First Report on Further Provision Necessary for Establishing Public Credit,” VII 218, 230, in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 54–55, 59, 60, 97–98, 106, 110, 144, 150–52, 171–72, 173, 175, 178, 180n, in “Opinion on the Constitutionality of an Act to Establish a Bank,” VIII 69, 76, 81–82, 87, 101, 117, in “Report on the Bank,” VII 244, 247, 252, 257, 306, in “Report on Manufactures,” X 4–5, 29, 31n, 56–58, 60, 82, 89, 93, 110, 112, 115–17, 122–24, 141–42, 167, 176–77, 191, 194–96, 204–5, 214–15, 218, 223, 231n, 252–53, 273–74n, 281, 304, 310–11, 320, 326–27, 329, 338–39n, in “Report on the Mint,” VII 462–68, 472, 476, 481–82, 484, 486, 488–93, 503–5, 510, 526, 531, 541–47, 559, 559–60, 563, 564, 566–67, 572–73, 574–79, 581–85, 589, 595, 604, 606–7, in “Report on Public Credit,” VI 53, 61–63, 65, 72, 166, in 1795 “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 104; Hamilton on N.Y.’s compliance with terms of Treaty of Paris (1783), IV 21, 121, 133–34, 150–53; Hamilton on possible reunion with (1787), IV 276; Hamilton on traditional rivalry with France, III 77–78; George Hammond, appointment as Minister to U.S., VIII 278n, 517, IX 4, 30n, 289, 291, return to England, XVIII 530n; imports from, IX 301, 339, of ship timber, VIII 250; impressment of U.S. seamen, see Seamen: impressment of; and independence of South America, III 585; investments by inhabitants of, in U.S. lands, XV 336, 337n; Jay mission to (1794), see Jay, John, and Jay Treaty; king of, see Charles I and Charles II and George I and George II and George III and Henry VII and Henry VIII and James I and James II and John; Rufus King’s reports to Hamilton from London, XX 305–6, 321–22, 323, 415–16, 505–8, 533–36, XXI 8–12, 58–59, 115–16, 202–4, 290–92, 458–59, 488–89, 497–500, 524–25, 532–33, XXII 1–4, 27, 44–46, 78, 81, 182–84, 187–88, 207–9, 229–30, 375–76, 425–26, 518, 525, 576, XXIII 265–66, XXIV 64–65n, 304, XXV 598, XXVI 3–7, 28–29; labor in, IX 4, 179, 337, 439; manufactures and machinery in, IX 4, 80–81, 324, 326–27, 434–40; merchants of, opposition to state laws since Treaty of Paris (1783), VII 113–14; Minister to France, see Gower, George Granville Leveson-Gower, 2nd earl; Minister to Spain, see St. Helens, Alleyne Fitzherbert, baron; Minister to U.S., see Hammond, George, and Liston, Robert; and Francisco de Miranda, XXI 1n, 5, 348–49, 399–400, XXII 154–55, 155–56, 207–8, 426; and Miss. River, V 217n, VII 53, 73, XI 212–13, XII 1–2, XVI 384–85, 589n, XXVI 6–7; Gouverneur Morris’s negotiations with (1790), VI 484, 493, 495n, 496n, 546–47, 558n, VII 70–72, 84–85, VIII 42–45, IX 63–64; national debt (1779), II 237; and Nootka Sound controversy, VII 48, 63–67, 73–74, 78, 246n, and possibility of war with Spain, VI 484–85, 486n, 494–95, 496n, 572–73, and right of passage across U.S., VII 37–57; Lord North, fall of ministry of, III 71–72, 108; and oath of allegiance to N.Y., Hamilton on in N.Y. Assembly, IV 23, 24n; and obligations under Treaty of Paris (1783), VII 185n; opposition to, by Jefferson and Madison, XI 439–40; orders in council, X 4, 57n, (May 14, 1783) XIII 397, (June 6, 1783) XIII 397, (July 2, 1783) XIII 398, 425n, (December 26, 1783) XIII 397, 425n, (April 16, 1784) XIII 425n, (April 8, 1785) XIII 425n, (March 24, 1786) XIII 417n, (April 4, 1787) XIII 424n, (April 3, 1789) XIII 417n, 424n, (April 1, 1791) XIII 417n, 419n, 424n, 425n, (November 9, 1792), XIV 402n, (June 8, 1793) XV 257–58n, 315, 428n, XVI 131, 280n, 347, XVIII 442, XIX 264, 307n, 488, 504n, (November 6, 1793) XV 641n, XVI 131, 280n, 281, 324n, 331n, 347, 381–82, 491n, XVIII 497, XIX 262, 264, 316n, 489, 495n, XXI 498, (January 8, 1794) XVI 131, 281, 331n, 382n, 494, XXI 498, (August 6, 1794) XVIII 15n, XIX 259, 262n, 489n, (April 25, 1795) XVIII 403n, 530n, XIX 111, 112n, 149n, 152, 204, 356, 359, 467n, 495n, (January 25, 1798) XXI 455–56n, 498, 502; paper money in (1801), XXV 30, 326–27; parliamentary elections (1784), III 559; Timothy Pickering on (1798), XXV 255–56; William Pitt, opposition to U.S., XI 260–61; William Pitt’s ministry, XIV 610n, leader of opposition to, see Fox, Charles James; policies of and relations with U.S., (1789–1791) see Beckwith, George: Hamilton’s conversations with, (1791–1795) and Hammond, George: Hamilton’s conversation with; policy toward Lafayette, XVIII 375, 376n; policy toward U.S. and other neutral shipping, XIV 273, XV 255, 257, 279, 315, 428n, 445, 549, 640, XVI 130–36, 158, 280, 281–86, 290, 326, 346–47, 381–83, 395, 486–87n, 490–91n, 494, XIX 204–6, XX 128, 224, 321–22, 479, 485, 524–25, 539–42, 551–56, XXI 71n, 74, 98, 100n, 286, 329, 421, 454–55, 455–57n, 490–91, 494, 497–99, 501–4, XXIV 169, 426–27n, XXV 230–32, 332n, XXVI 681; political situation in (1793), XIV 281; possibility of post south of Lake Champlain, IX 206; possibility of U.S. loans in, VIII 336, 536, IX 100–1, 548; possibility of U.S. war with (1794), XVI 13–14, 188–89, 261–79, 307n, 323, 331n, 447n; post office in, VI 198, 200; and Presque Isle, XVI 426–27; Prime Minister, see Lansdowne, 1st marquis of, and North, Lord, and Pitt, William, and Rockingham, 2nd marquis of; primogeniture in, Benjamin Lincoln on, VIII 251; privateers, see Privateers: British; prizes, see Prizes: British; proposed commercial treaty with U.S., III 344–45, 579, V 482–90, VII 70, 72, 73–74, 441, VIII 41–45, XI 261, XVI 319, 322–23, 325–27, 357–58, 384–85, 586, XVII 409–10, XXV 237, XXVI 528–31; proposed treaty of alliance with U.S., IX 292; and prospect of war with Spain (1790), VII 113, 119, 129, 136–37; public credit of, XXI 31, 42, 199; queen of, see Anne; and ratification of U.S. Constitution, IV 241; relations with France, (1727) XX 422–23, (1793) XXVI 101n, 216, 702–3, 703–4, 844, (1795) XVIII 343–44, 403n, (1797–1798) XXI 21, 22, 31–32, 34, 40, 63, 71n, 84, 115–16, 116–17n, 198–99, 202–4, 291, 344, 362, 370n, 375–76, 395, 396, 412–15, 434–37, 445, 488, 505–6, 533, (1798–1799) XXII 45, 219–20, 229–30, 244, 344–45, 375–76, 427n, 502n, (1800–1801) XXV 17n, 147, 160–68, 231–32, 270, 307, 309, 332–33, 598, (1803) XXVI 84, 123–24, 130, 179–80, Hamilton on effect of on U.S. policy toward (1791), IX 29–30, 291–92, Lafayette on (1787), IV 282; relations with France and other European powers (1795–1797), Hamilton on, XX 60–62, 155, 192, 225, 227n, 230–31, 363, 400n, 445, 488–89, 489n, 490–92, 497, 497–98n, 512, 535–36n, 540–42, 546–47n, 552, 568; relations with Genoa (1793), XX 518; relations with Indians, (1783) XXVI 435–36, (1790) XXVI 549n, (1791) VIII 342–43, 544–45, IX 266n, X 373–74, XXVI 606, (1792) XI 347, 446–47, XIII 213–14, 326–28n, (1794) XVI 13, 319n, 321, 322, 325n, 326n, 426–27, (1795) XIX 262, (1796) XX 128–31, 128–30n, (1799) XXII 573–74, XXIV 81n, 272n; relations with Russia, VIII 264, 582, XI 260–61; relations with Spain XI 70, 212–13, XII 1–2, and effect of on U.S., VII 7, 32, 45, 49–50, 53–55, 63–64, 71n, 113, 119, 136–37, 140, 180; relations with U.S., (1779) XXV 189–90, (1783) XXV 237n, (1789) VI 16–17, (1790–1791) XXVI 526–34, 606, 680 (see also Beckwith, George: Hamilton’s conversations with, and Morris, Gouverneur), (1792–1795) XIV 308–10, 314–15, XV 25, 381–82, 427–28, 429, 458, 473, 625n, XVI 121–22, 130–36, 158, 224, 307n, 319–23, 359–60n, 383, 436–37, 457, 486–87n, 543, 559–60n, 560–61, 592–94, 609, XVII 98–99n, 128–29n, XXV 230, 592, XXVI 702–3, 703–4, 704–6 (see also Hammond, George: Hamilton’s conversations with), (1796–1797) XX 60–62, 128–31, 192–95, 246–47, 305–6, 321–22, 323, 363–64, 413, 415–16, 446, 468, 470, 474, 479, 480, 482–83, 489, 495, 506–7, 511, 524–27, 539–42, 551–54, (1797–1798) XXI 23, 28, 40, 307–8, 339–40, 343–45, 378, 379–80, 387–88, 445–46, 451, 500–1, 502–6, (1798–1799) XXII 262, 500, 502n, 513, (1803) XXVI 84, Hamilton on VIII 516–17, XXV 230–31, 307, Richard Platt on (1791), VIII 453–54; revenue system of (1791), VIII 17; Russian Minister to, see Woronzow, Count Semen Romanovich; and Russo-Turkish War, VII 354, 392–93; and Santo Domingo, XXII 426n, 474; Secretary for Foreign Affairs, see Grenville, William Wyndham, and Leeds, Francis Osborne, 5th duke of; Secretary for Home Affairs, see Dundas, Henry, and Grenville, William Wyndham; sequestration of debts of, XVI 272–73, 339; and Seven Years’ War, XXVI 132; slaves, Treaty of Paris (1783), and Jay Mission, see Blacks: carried away by British; Spanish Minister to, see Campo, Bernardo del; statutes (in chronological order):
(21 James I, C. 16 [1623]) XV 434, 436n (12 Car. II, C. 18 [1660]) VIII 5, IX 4, 289, XIII 400n, XVIII 452n, XIX 188n, 198, 199, 213, 444–45
(5 and 6 William III, C. 20 [1694]) VII 237, 238
(7 and 8 William III, C. 22 [1696]) XVIII 452n
(8 and 9 William III, C. 3 [1697]) V 544
(8 and 9 William III, C. 20 [1697]) VII 237, 252
(8 and 9 William III, C. 32 [1697]) VII 239
(13 William III, C. 2 [1700]) XXV 574–75
(1 Ann., C. 12 [1702]) X 44n
(12 Ann., C. 16 [1714]) X 123n, 214n
(5 Geo. I, C. 27 [1718]) VIII 557
(4 Geo. II, C. 29 [1731]) X 122n
(23 Geo. II, C. 13 [1750]) VIII 557
(23 Geo. II, C. 24 [1750]) IX 352
(24 Geo. II, C. 51 [1751]) XIII 424, 432, 433n
(29 Geo. II, C. 15 [1756]) X 110n, 123n, 214n
(30 Geo. II, C. 15 [1757]) XIII 432, 433n
(3 Geo. III, C. 1 [1763]) IX 437n
(4 Geo. III, C. 34 [1764]) VII 240
(5 Geo. III, C. 45 [1765]) XIII 432
(11 Geo. III, C. 38 [1771]) X 204n
(11 Geo. III, C. 42 [1771]) XIII 432
(12 Geo. III, C. 60 [1772]) XIII 432
(13 Geo. III, C. 43 [1773]) XIII 414–15n
(13 Geo. III, C. 57 [1773]) VII 240
(13 Geo. III, C. 74 [1773]) IX 11, 12n
(14 Geo. III, C. 70 [1774]) VII 589n
(14 Geo. III, C. 71 [1774]) VIII 557
(14 Geo. III, C. 83 [1774]) I 166–76, XIX 219
(16 Geo. III, C. 5 [1776]) XI 410
(19 Geo. III, C. 33 [1779]) X 123n, 214n
(19 Geo. III, C. 35 [1779]) XIII 417, 432
(21 and 22 Geo. III, C. 8 [1781–1782]) IX 437n
(21 and 22 Geo. III, C. 37 [1781–1782]) IX 440n
(21 and 22 Geo. III, C. 65 [1781–1782]) XII 43–44, 45n
(22 Geo. III, C. 60 [1782]) VIII 557, IX 440n
(23 Geo. III, C. 21 [1783]) X 124n
(23 Geo. III, C. 39[1783]) XIII 396, 432, 433n
(24 Geo. III, C. 45 [1784]) XIII 397
(24 Geo. III, C. 51 [1784]) XXI 104
(25 Geo. III, C. 5 [1785]) XIII 397
(25 Geo. III, C. 11 [1785]) IX 437n
(25 Geo. III, C. 81 [1785]) XIII 417, 432
(26 Geo. III, C. 26 [1786]) XIII 419n
(26 Geo. III, C. 41 [1786]) XIII 419n, 432
(26 Geo. III, C. 50 [1786]) XIII 419n, 432
(26 Geo. III, C. 52 [1786]) XIII 174n, 432
(26 Geo. III, C. 53 [1786]) XIII 432
(26 Geo. III, C. 60 [1786]) VIII 5, XIII 432
(27 Geo. III, C. 12 [1787]) XIII 419n
(27 Geo. III, C. 13 [1787]) X 58n, 89n, XIII 400, 417n, 422n, 424n, 432
(27 Geo. III, C. 27 [1787]) XVI 384
(28 Geo. III, C. 5 [1788]) XIII 397n
(28 Geo. III, C. 6 [1788]) X 57n, 89, XIII 399, XVII 411n
(28 Geo. III, C. 23 [1788]) X 57n, 110n, 123n, 204n, 214n
(29 Geo. III, C. 1 [1789]) XIII 397n
(29 Geo. III, C. 54 [1789]) X 123n, 214n
(29 Geo. III, C. 68 [1789]) XIII 417n, XVII 486n
(30 Geo. III, C. 40 [1790]) XIII 417n
(31 Geo. III, C. 12 [1791]) XIII 397n
(31 Geo. III, C. 30 [1791]) X 57n, 89n, XXVI 725n
(32 Geo. III, C. 14 [1792]) XIII 397n
(32 Geo. III, C. 55 [1792]) XVIII 104n
(33 Geo. III, C. 3 [1793]) XXVI 725n
(34 Geo. III, C. 9 [1794]) XIX 346
(34 Geo. III, C. 79 [1794]) XIX 346;
superintendent of Indian Affairs in North America see Johnson, Sir John; and threat to New Orleans (1803), XXV 130; trade of, balance of, VII 456n, with China, IX 39, 41, 45, 49–53, 143, regulation of, VIII 5, 7n, William Short on (1791), VII 455–56, with U.S., (1783) III 337, (1789) V 447, 466–71, 480–81, 482–90, 509, 554–56, VI 21–23, 27–29, (1790) 494–95, (1790–1791) VII 47, 49, 70, 72, 73–74, 112, 434–35, 440–42, 549, (1791–1792) George Cabot on, X 394, Hamilton on, X 374, 495–96, 496–97, Jefferson on, X 402n, 495–96n, 496–97, (1792–1793) regulation of, XIII 395–436, Talleyrand on, XIII 404, 404–5n; treaties of, XXI 384–85, 502n, XXV 164n, with Denmark, XIX 335n, 502, with France, see Aix la Chapelle, Treaty of, and Amiens, Treaty of, and Treaty of Navigation and Commerce (1786) and Treaty of Peace and Friendship (1783) and Utrecht, Treaty of, with Netherlands, XII 538n, with Portugal, XIX 384, 502, XXI 116n, with Russia, XIX 385, 474n, 503, XXI 116, 117n, with Spain, XIX 335n, 385, with Sweden, XIX 502–3, with U.S., see Convention Regarding Article 6 and 7 of the Jay Treaty … and Jay Treaty and Paris, Treaty of (1783); unification of Fast and West Jersey under Queen Anne, XXVI 228; unofficial Minister to U.S., see Beckwith, George; and U.S. customs regulations, V 396, 396–97, 578, VI 26, 192n, 515, VII 129, 150–51n, 194–95, 201, VIII 5–6, 18, 352–54, 483, IX 11, XII 43–44, 82, 300, XV 434–35, XVI 123, 183, 247–48n, 490; and U.S. embargo (1794), XVII 440n; U.S. Envoys to, see Adams, John, and Jay, John; U.S. Minister to, appointment of, XVI 423n, proposal to send, VI 546–48 (see also King, Rufus, and Pinckney, Thomas); U.S. policy toward, see Beckwith, George: Hamilton’s conversations with, and Hammond, George: Hamilton’s conversations with; U.S. policy toward commercial policies of, XVI 281–86, 319–28, 342, 346–47, 347–48n, 357–58, 381–85, 388, 436–37, 481, 485, 486–87n, 513–14 (see also Embargo); U.S. policy toward seamen of, captured by France, XV 388, 390, 399–400, 402–3, 405–6, 412; U.S. relations with, as example to be followed or rejected, Hamilton on, in Constitutional Convention, IV 162n, 167n, 177, 183, 184n, 186, 190, 192–93, 200, 204, 207, 214, 216, 217n, 219, 222n, in The Federalist, IV 311, 314, 315, 320, 331, 340–42, 343, 348–52, 353, 357–58, 373–74, 375–76, 403, 408–9, 420–22, 425, 429–31, 473, 474, 504–7, 523–24, 532, 537, 568, 571, 582, 583, 591–98, 604–5, 611, 621–22, 637, 663, 674, 676, 694, 697, 698, 701–2, 703, 705–6, 707, 708; and U.S. relations with Indians, VI 547–48, VII 46, 49, 608–13; U.S. relations with Sweden and Denmark, XVI 346–47, 543, 549; U.S. representative to, see Morris, Gouverneur; U.S. special agent to, see Humphreys, David; and U.S. and Vt., Hamilton on in N.Y. Assembly, IV 116, 130, 133–38; and Vt., XI 24–25n, XVI 141–42n; war with France (1793), XV 57, 60–61, 90–91, 103, 105, 130–31, 205, 257, 262, 678, and effect on policy of toward U.S., XIV 87, 193–95, 237, 267–69, 273–74, 291, 295–96, 305–6, 308–10, 314–15, 326–37, 336–37, 351–52, 355–56, 371, 389n, 398–408, XV 57, 90–91, 279, 445, 473, 625n, 682, XVI 12–19, 23–24, 131, 229, 285, 290, 327n, 346–47, 381–82, 485, 511, 548–49, prospect of, VII 113; wealth and political economy of, (1781) Hamilton on, II 608–9, 610, 612–13, 618, (1782) III 101; weights and measures of, VI 466n; and western posts, (1790) VII 53, (1792) XI 347, (1793) XV 5, (1794) XVII 99n, 277n, 391n, (1800) XXV 47, imposition of martial law on, XXIII 33, 37, and Jay mission, XVI 130, 273n, 283n, 319n, 321, 325, surrender of following Jay Treaty, XX 146–48, 306; workers and machinery from, for Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, VIII 556–57, 571–72, 588n, IX 80–81, X 345–46; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 149, and right of petition, XVII 28n. See also American Revolution and Great Britain and British East Indies and British North America and British West Indies and Canada and Congress (under Articles of Confederation) and Continental Congress
Great Egg Harbor, N.J., III 81, XXI 537n; Hamilton and Du Portail await arrival of Comte d’Estaing at, II 205n, 212, 216n, 217n, 219–21, XXVI 380n; port of entry, collector of customs at, see Benezet, Daniel, accounts, XI 237, customs accounts, XIII 36–37, 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85
Great Kanawha River, see Kanawha River
Great Lakes, XI 24n; and history of North America, III 706, 713; Hamilton’s views on strategic and economic importance to U.S., III 361, 381, 468, 490, IV 184, 343; and Jay Treaty, XVI 319n, 322, 326n, XIX 173–74, 188n, 189n, 194; and Quasi-War, XXIII 4, 219, 303, 331, 378, 382, 387, 408n, 418, 519
Great Miami River, Northwest Territory, XXIII 232–33n, XXV 245n; and Symmes Purchase, VIII 360–61, 363n, XVI 152; troops stationed along, XI 398n
Greaton, John: Army (American Revolution), II 189, III 237
Greaton, John W.: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 329
Greaton, Richard H.: Regular Army, and payment for supplies, (1793) XIV 483, XVII 524, and Quasi-War, XXIII 583, XXIV 245
Greaton, Sarah: report on petition of, XVI 100
Great (Big) Sandy River, tributary of Ohio River, Southwest Territory, XI 362
Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada: and Alexander Mackenzie’s exploration of North America, XVII 364n
Great South Bay, N.Y., I 298n
Great Tree: Seneca Indian chief, and meeting with Washington at Philadelphia, VIII 242n, XI 375n
Great Western Turnpike Company, XXIV 33n
Greece, I 374; lessons of ancient Greece for U.S., II 403, 651, 656, III 103, IV 92, 181, 182n, 197, 203, 311, 329, 333–34, 377–84, 565–66; and wars of French Revolution, XXI 203
Green, —— (Mrs.), XXIV 439
Green, —— (Mr.) (R.I.), XXIV 449n
Green, Ashbel (Rev.): chaplain, House of Representatives, pay, XVII 507
Green, Christopher, see Greene, Christopher
Green, Ebenezer: Army (American Revolution), I 471
Green, Frederick: publisher of The [Annapolis] Maryland Gazette, XII 511
Green, Jacob: petition of, XI 287
Jacob Green et al. v Henry Jackson: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 66
Green, James, Jr.: Continental loan officer (N.C.), and state accounts with U.S., IX 27–28, XI 512–13, 515–16, 520–21
Green, Jeremiah: Army (American Revolution), back pay, IX 470
Green, Job, see Greene, Job
Green, John: Army (American Revolution), I 342, 346
Green, John: shipmaster, IX 38n
Green, Nathaniel: Additional Army candidate (N.H.), XXIII 112, XXIV 627
Green, Nathaniel, and Company: petition of, XI 287
Green, Peter W.: slave of, XXVI 321n
Green, Richard: petition of, XI 288
Green, Samuel: publisher of The [Annapolis] Maryland Gazette, XII 511
Green, Thomas: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 417
Green, Timothy: New York City attorney, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 53
Green (Greene), William: New York City merchant (formerly British), and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 43; seeks U.S. aid in dispute with British creditors, XII 43–44, 79, 82, 102, 109–11, 170, XVII 354–55
Green Bay, Northwest Territory, XXIII 392
Greenbrier County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Greenbrook, N.J.: winter quarters at (Quasi-War); XXIII 508, 671, 686, XXIV 22n, 193
Greenbush, N.Y., IX 536
Greene, Benjamin (Mass.): director, Mass. Bank, V 532n
Greene, Benjamin (Md.): Additional Army candidate (Md.) XXII 298
Greene, Catharine Littlefield (Mrs. Nathanael), III 184, 463–64, XXVI 812, 824; asks for job for brother, VI 448–49; claim of, VII 457–58, XI 549n, XVIII 353, 400–1, Hamilton’s views on, VIII 165–66, petition of, XI 240, XXVI 628, and report on petition of, X 406–68; and claim of Baron Glaubeck, VI 542, IX 549, XI 571, XIII 103, XIV 462n, XV 318–19, 321, 323–24, 326, 335, XVI 401, XVIII 538, XXVI 713–14, 721–22; and requirements for loan in U.S., V 437
Greene (Green), Christopher: Army (American Revolution), I 338, 340–42, 344, 348, II 119, 458, 514, 516, expenses while prisoner at Quebec, VI 531, VIII 104, 146, 194, XIV 161–62, XV 539, 579, XVII 542
Greene, Francis Vinton: General Greene, X 426–47n
Greene, George Washington (son of Nathanael Greene), III 604; The Life of Nathanael Greene …, XXVI 363n
Greene, Griffin: director, Ohio Company, XXVI 670
Greene, Jack P., and Richard M. Jellison: “The Currency Act of 1764 in Imperial-Colonial Relations, 1764–1776,” VII 240n
Greene, Job: agent for Christopher Greene, XIII 195, XV 579, XVII 542
Greene, Nathanael, III 604, XIII 322, XIX 454, XXVI 432, 812, 831; Army (American Revolution), major general and quartermaster general, I 230, 250, 251, 302, 317, 330n, 435, 451–52, 481, 482, 489, 495, 512, 530, 538, 549, 553, 576, 590, 593–94, II 11, 12, 25–26, 28, 39, 49, 50–51, 56, 65, 73, 81, 109–10, 118, 131–32, 139, 151, 181–82, 199, 215, 229, 232, 233, 252, 253, 258, 258–59, 259, 264, 266, 267–68, 302, 305, 323, 323–24, 328, 343, 356, 367, 368, 369, 370, 375, 395, 421, 434, 438–39, 440–41, 455n, XXVI 363n, 372, 373, 396n, 398, XXVII 5, accounts as quartermaster general, III 357, and southern campaign, II 421n, 479, 480, 486, 487, 490–91, 520, 529–33, 533, 549, 580, 586, 592–93n, 594–95, 595, 599, 643–44, III 84–85, 145, 183–84, 187, XXVI 400, 412, 423n, 433; business affairs of (after American Revolution), III 376, 463–64, 621; claim of, congressional action on, XI 501n, and petition of Catharine Greene, XI 240, 500, 533–34, 571; death of, V 345n; and dispute over role of militia in southern campaign of American Revolution, VI 333–34, 334–35n, 335–37, 353–54, 358; estate of, payment to for services in American Revolution, XV 564, settlement of in N.Y., XXV 81, 373, 385, XXVI 118; and Baron de Glaubeck, XI 571, XIV 462n, XV 318–20, 335, XXVI 713; and half-pay for veterans, III 301; Hamilton’s eulogy on, V 345–49, VI 333–34, 335–37, 353–54, 358; and Hamilton’s report on settlement of claims of institutions for damages during war, XI 136; and Francisco de Miranda, III 586; and petition of Catharine Greene, VII 457–58, VIII 165–66, IX 549, XVIII 353–54, 400–1; on Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, XXII 37n; and “Report on the Petition of Catharine Greene,” X 406–68, XXVI 628
Greene, Peter, XIII 188
Greene, Ray (son of Gov. William Greene): U.S. attorney for District of R.I., appointment, XV 448, 459, XVI 39n, and customs regulations, XVI 248, 317, 333, 363, 378–79, 410–11, XVIII 7, 114, 171, and Quasi-War, XXII 606
Greene, Samuel: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 318, 329
Greene, Thomas: shipmaster, XVI 247, 298n
Greene, William: New York City merchant, debt to Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 284; and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 70–71; and purchase of Cosby Manor, XIX 200, 202, 203n
Greene, William (R.I.), XV 358n, 448; governor of R.I., and American Revolution, I 47, 336, XIV 150n, and relations with Continental Congress, III 209–10, 225, 229, 242
Greene County, N.Y., XXI 211n; and election of 1800, XXIV 471n
Greene v Buchanan and Charnock: British case, decision in, XII 45
Greenfield Hill, Conn., IX 367n
Greenland, I 373
Greenleaf, Ann (Mrs. Thomas): publisher, [N.Y.] Argus. Greenleaf’s New Daily Advertiser, XXIV 7n
Greenleaf, James: New York City merchant, land speculator, and partner of James Watson, XXII 325n, 402n, XXIV 16n, 273n; career, XVIII 298n; Hamilton replies to questions on funding system, VIII 265–66; and Hamilton’s law practice, XIX 309–10; land speculation, XVIII 298, XIX 309–10, XX 63, 142n, XXI 165n, 303, 314, XXIV 419–20, in Federal City, XVI 586, 635, and North American Land Company, XVIII 361–62; offers Hamilton one-third of his estate to represent him, XX 261–62, 263–64, and Hamilton’s refusal, XX 264
Greenleaf, Joseph: lighthouse keeper, Portland, District of Me., VII 156n, 420, 437, IX 527–28, 551–52, XIII 239
Greenleaf, Thomas: New York City newspaper publisher, V 342n; Argus. Greenleaf’s New Daily Advertiser, and publication of “The Defence,” XVIII 476, of “To the Editor of the Argus,” XIX 399, of “Philo Camillus,” XIX 98; death, XXIV 7n; Greenleaf’s New York Journal, & Patriotic Register, publication of speech by Ædanus Burke, VI 335n; The New-York Journal, & Patriotic Register, and publication of “Another Jacobin,” XV 311, 312n, of “To the Electors of the State of New York,” V 317, of The Federalist, IV 288–89n
Greenman, Jeremiah: recommended for Army or revenue-cutter appointment, VIII 51, 311, 398, 466, IX 35
Green Mountain Boys, I 448n, V 212n, XXVI 115n
Green Mountains: and N.Y.-Vt. boundary dispute, III 267
Greenock, Scotland: residence of Hamilton’s uncle, XXVI 859
Greensburgh, Pa.: excise opposition, XVII 35n, 88n
Green Spring, Va.: in American Revolution, XXVI 413n
Greensville County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Greenup, Christopher: member, House of Representatives (Ky.), XX 446–47n, comments on Additional Army candidates (Ky.), XXII 286, 287, investigation of Hamilton (Giles Resolutions), XV 462, pay, XVII 507
Greenville, Treaty of, XIX 362n, XX 31n, 113n, 128–30n, 147, XXIII 34, 88, 230, 233, XXIV 344, XXV 362n, 595n; and survey of Indian boundary line, XXIII 38, 103–4, 115, 145, 230
Greenville County, S.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Greenwood County, S.C., XXVI 413n
Gregg, Aaron: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 585, XXIV 247, 360
Gregg, Andrew: member, House of Representatives (Pa.), comments on Additional Army candidates (Pa.), XXII 138, 141, 143, pay, XV 508, XVII 506
Gregg, Thomas: business with Hamilton in St. Croix, I 29
Gregoire, Henri: president, French National Convention, XIV 404n
Gregory, Isaac: collector of customs, Plankbridge, District of Camden, N.C., IX 69, XII 98, accounts, XIII 38–39, 573, 574, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87, instructions to, XII 261–62, XVI 526; inspector of the revenue for the port of Plankbridge, N.C., and customs regulations, IX 478
Grellet, Stephen: debt to Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 303n
Grenada, Windward Islands, I 577; and British seizure of American vessels, XVI 291n; captured by France, II 130n, 170n; duties on products from, XIII 431; restored to British, XIX 171n
Grenadines, Windward Islands: captured by French and restored to British, XIX 171n
Grenoble: Parlement of, IV 283n
Grenville, George: British ministry of, and Stamp Act, I 133
Grenville, Thomas (son of George Grenville and Brother of Lord Grenville); mission to Berlin, XXII 376; and Treaty of Paris (1783) with France, III 145–46
Grenville, William Wyndham Grenville, Lord: Speaker of House of Commons (1789), Home Secretary (1789–1790), Foreign Secretary (1791–1801), VI 486n, VIII 454n, IX 266n, 538n, XIV 415n, XVI 553n, 560n, XVII 128–29n, XX 416–17n, 534–35n, XXI 204n, XXII 376, 405n, 489n, 504n, XXV 73, 103; and Anglo-American relations, XVI 130, 141n, 280n, 331n, 348n, 487n, 549n, XIX 117n, XXI 456–57, 497n, 498n, 503 XXII 208n, 426n, 427n, 502n; and Anglo-French relations during French Revolution, XVIII 343n, 344n; George Beckwith’s reports on conversations with Hamilton, recipient of, V 482–90, VI 497–98, 546–48, 550–51, VII 71–72, 73–74, 111–15, 441–42, 608–9, VIII 41–45, 342–43, 475–77, 544–45, IX 29–30, 104, XXVI 526–34; George Hammond’s reports on conversations with Hamilton, recipient of, X 351n, 373–74, 493–97, XI 212–14, 446–47, 454–55, XII 1–3, XIII 148–49, 213–14, XIV 138–39, 273, 525–26, XV 162–64, 257, 372–73, 682, XVI 141, 280, 281, 548–49, XVII 459–60; instructions to George Hammond, XIV 273–74n, XVI 348n, 487n, 549n, XIX 117n; and Jay Treaty, XVI 608–9, XVII 276–77n, 390–91, XVIII 284n, 342n, 374, 389n, 419, 510n, 530n, XIX 90, 135, 188–89n, 205, 209n, 315–16n, XX 506n, 526n, 546–47n, XXI 308n, 497n; outbreak of war with France (1793), XIV 273–74n, 291–92, 402n, 404–5, 407n; and proposed commercial treaty with U.S., XVII 409–12; and revolution, in South America, XXII 208n
Greswold, Edward: New York City attorney, and books for Treasury Department, XXVI 567–68
Grey, Charles, 2nd Earl Grey, XVI 311n, XXI 497n
Grey, Robert: shipmaster, and China trade, IX 45, 46
Grey, Archibald, see Gray, Archibald
Greyhound (schooner): seized by French privateer, XV 274n, 652, XVI 481
Greys Hill, Md., see Grays Hill, Md.
Grice, Francis: Army (American Revolution), I 258, XXVI 356–57
Gridley, Chauncey: and Quasi-War, XXIV 295n, 636
Gridley, Obediah: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 96
Gridley, Richard: Army (American Revolution), pension of V 385, 406, VI 132, IX 462, XIII 42, 82, 124, XV 518, 560, XVII 517
Griffin, Cyrus: Congress (Articles of Confederation, 1788), president of, V 6, 286, 287n, 457n; U.S. judge for District of Va., VII 69, 70n, 91, and customs regulations, VIII 38–39, 437–38, 462, 463n, IX 487, XII 39n, XV 583n, pay and expenses, XIII 55, 101, 564, XV 503, XVII 502
Griffin, John T.: Va. merchant, XXIII 278n
Griffin, Joseph: recommends Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 607
Griffin, Martin I. J.: Commodore John Barry, I 442n
Griffin, Samuel: member, House of Representatives (Va.), VI, 192n, VII 76, defeated for re-election (1794), XVII 440, XVIII 307, and Catharine Greene’s claim, XVIII 400, and investigation of Hamilton (Giles Resolutions), XIV 247, 248n, pay, XII 65, 67, 69, XV 508, XVII 507
Samuel Griffin adsm John Cottringer: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 628
Griffith, Abigail (Mrs. William), XXI 321n
Griffith, John: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 308
Griffith, John, Jr.: petition of, XIII 155n
Griffith, Samuel: Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 431n
Griffith, William: N.J. attorney, XXI 320; A Treatise on the Jurisdiction and Proceedings of the Justices of the Peace in Civil Suits …, XXI 321n
Griffiths, Elija: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 132
Griffiths, James: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 94
Griffiths, James: accountant and clerk for Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, XII 551n, XXVI 660
Grijalva, Juan de: and history of South America, III 716
Grimshaw, Nicholas: Belfast and Manchester cotton manufacturer, XI 246
Grindeson, C.: and Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 99
Grindstones: duties on, IX 223–24; manufacture of, in Conn., IX 331
Grinnel, Guilford: shipmaster, and customs regulations, XVI 164, 572, 614
Griswold, Roger: member, House of Representatives (Conn.), XVII 351n, XXV 243, 361n
Gronendyck, Nicholas: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 93
Gross, Simon: capt. Md. revenue cutter, VII 78–79, 97, 448, 450, VIII 259, 301–2, IX 508, XI 5n, inefficiency of, Otho H. Williams’s complaints of, X 385–87, resignation of, XII 167, 168n, 199. See also “Treasury Department circulars to the captains of the revenue cutters”
Grosvenor, Lemuel: woolen manufacturer, Pomfret, Conn., IX 355
Grosvenor, Thomas: comments on Additional Army candidates (Conn.), XXII 278, (N.Y.), XXIII 611
Grotius, Hugo, I 86, IV 392, VII 39–40, XIV 380n, 382, 383, XIX 333–34, 489, 505–6, 507; Law of Nature and Nations, IV 710n; On the Law of War and Peace, VIII 416n, 437n, 441n, XIX 10n, 118n, 246n, 274, 287, 331n, 489n, 505n, 507; The Rights of War and Peace in Three Books …, III 492n, VII 38n, XIV 382n, 383n
Groton, Conn.: manufacturing at, IX 329
Groton, Mass.: Army rendezvous site (Quasi-War), XXII 494
Grout, Jonathan: member, House of Representatives (Mass.), pay, XIII 64, 65, 66, 68
Grouville, Philippe Antoine: French Minister to Copenhagen, XX 536n
Grove, Susannah (Mrs. William Barry), XIII 319n
Grove, William Barry: member, House of Representatives (N.C.), XII 343, XIII 318, XXV 70n, and James McHenry’s resignation as Secretary of War, XXIV 551, 560, opinion on excise, XI 543, pay, XV 508, XVII 507
Grubb, James: petition of, XVI 413
Gruman (Grumman), Ichabod: claim of, for carrying mail between New York City and Philadelphia, XV 468, XVI 207
Grundy, George: purchaser of Government bills on Amsterdam, XIII 495
Grymes, Benjamin, II 354n, 456n, III 71n, 151n; asks Hamilton about new fiscal policy, V 537–38, VI 14–15
Grymes, Elizabeth Fitzhugh (Mrs. Benjamin), III 151n
Guadeloupe, Leeward Islands, XXII 573n, XXV 372n; trade with, X 392n, XVI 413n, XIX 306n, 442–43n, XX 519n
Gual, Manuel: Venezuelan revolutionist, XXIII 497n
Guerard, Benjamin: governor of S.C., X 424n
Guernsey, Nathan: and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 217
Guest, Henry: New Brunswick, N.J., businessman, and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, IX 144
Guest, John, Jr.: aid to French refugees, XV 601
Guibert, Jacques Antoine Hippolyte, comte de: French general and military theorist, XXIV 217
Guichen, Luc-Urbain de Bouëxic, comte de: French admiral, and American Revolution, II 324, 363n, 382, 429, 431–32, 437, 482, XXVI 797, 799
Guilford, N.C., VIII 243
Guilford (Gilford) County, N.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Guilford Courthouse, N.C.: Nathanael Greene’s defeat at, II 586, V 354, 355, 356
Guillemard, John: British merchant, XVIII 377; British member on mixed commission to settle pre-Revolution debts, XXII 65n; introduces Earl of Selkirk, XXVI 88
Guimpé, Joseph: Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXIII 683
Guinet, John Etienne: convicted of fitting out French privateer, XVII 571n
Guion, Isaac: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 453, 585, XXIV 110n, 243, 247, 262–63, 304, 360; claim of, VI 533
Guion and Carthy: New York City merchant firm, and Hamilton’s accounts and law practice, III 19, 63
Guiraudet, Charles-Philippe-Toussaint: chief secretary, French Department of Foreign Affairs, and Charles Cotesworth Pinckney’s mission to France, XX 562–65
Gulph Mills (present-day Upper Merion), Pa.: in American Revolution, I 495–96n
Gunby, John: collector of customs, Snow Hill, Md., XVII 109n, accounts, XIII 38–39, 575, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87; comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 298; inspector of the revenue for the port of Snow Hill, Md., XXII 298–99n
Gun carriages: and naval armament, XXIII 54
Gunkle, Michael: Army contractor, Pa. (Quasi-War), XXIII 10, 681, 688, XXIV 16
Gunn, James: U.S. Senator (Ga.), IX 289n, XVI 305, 518, XXI 465n, XXII 435, XXV 273; Army (Quasi-War), Hamilton’s offer of a command in, XXII 367, 374, organization and arrangements of, XXII 374–75, 383–90, 409, 433–34; Bank of the U.S., vote on bill for, VIII 143n; and election of 1800, XXV 253, 254, 263, 303–4; and Ga.’s relations with Indians, VII 147–48, XVII 274n; and Ga. Yazoo Company, XVIII 383, XIX 309–10, XXI 165n; and Jay Treaty, XIX 105n; pay, XIII 59, 60, 61, XV 505, XVII 504; and peace with France (1800), XXV 253, 263, 303; and revenue cutter for Ga., VII 147
Gunnison, Benjamin: 1st mate on N.H. revenue cutter, appointment, XIII 275, recommended as, XI 60, 610, XII 117, 167
Gunpowder: bounty on, X 122–23, 223; as contraband, Jay Treaty, XVIII 440n; Tench Coxe on, VI 292, 293n; duty on, X 16–17n, 122, 223, 334, XXVI 632, 638, proposed, X 17, 35, XXVI 516; Government inspection of, X 122, 224, 334, XXVI 642; manufacture of, X 43–44, 102, 105–6, 122–23, 171, 223–24, 284, 334, XXIV 229n, XXVI 644, and saltpeter, X 43–44, 123, 223; U.S. purchase of, XXII 229, 235
Gunter, Edmund: inventor of surveyor’s chain, XXIV 81n
Gurnet Point, Mass.: need for repair of lighthouse on, VI 559
Gurney, Francis (N.J.): and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 344, 345n
Gurney, Francis: Philadelphia merchant, and comments on Additional Army candidates (Pa.), XXII 132, 136, 139, 144; and Jay Treaty, XX 122n; naval agent in Philadelphia XVI 583n, 616n, XVII 437, 473n; requests release of Army prisoner, XXIV 655
Gusden (Gustin), Peter: Army (American Revolution), I 236
Gustavus III (king of Sweden), III 227n, 270n
Gustavus IV (king of Sweden), XV 227n, XX 493n, XXI 64n
Guthrie, James: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 344, 345n
Guy, William: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 247, 252n
Guyer, Ernst Frederick: proposes establishing type foundry, XIII 316–17
Guyot, Raymond: Le Directoire Et La Paix De L’Europe Des Traités De Bâle A La Deuxième Coalition, 1795–1799, XXI 429–31n