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Habeas corpus: Hamilton on, in The Federalist, IV 692, 703–4
Habersham, John, XIII 569, XIX 472; career, XIX 472n; collector of customs, Savannah, Ga., VI 356–57, VII 65, VIII 26, 234, 312, XV 408, 410n, XVIII 195n, accounts, XIII 38–39, 571, 573, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87, administration of office and instructions to, VIII 348–49, and Tybee Island lighthouse, V 515, VII 136, VIII 348, XIII 156n, XVII 535; and naval rearmament, XVI 538, 562, 567n, XVII 339, 454, 455, 457, 467–69, 471–75, XVIII 10, 170; War Department agent in Ga., XVII 275, pay, XV 522, XVII 524, pay for invalid pensions, XIII 570, pay for sale of Indian goods, XIII 295, pay for supplying troops, XII 86, 300, 302, relations with Indians, XV 643, XVI 27–28, 590n
Habersham, Joseph (brother of John Habersham): Savannah, Ga., merchant, career, XVIII 195n; comment on Additional Army candidate, XXII 126; and election of 1800, XXV 77; proposed as controller of Treasury, XVIII 194–95
Hackeley, John, see Hackley, John
Hackensack, N.J.: in American Revolution, II 325; indictment of Aaron Burr, XXVI 349n; Baron von Steuben’s property in, V 208; recruiting rendezvous (Quasi-War), XXIII 11
Hackensack River, N.J.: and American Revolution, II 48n, 504
Hacker, Hoystead: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXI 478
Hacker, Louis M.: Alexander Hamilton in the American Tradition, and “Report on Manufactures,” X 7n, 14
Hackett (Hacket), —— (Sgt.): Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 495n, XXIV 205n
Hackettstown, N.J.: in American Revolution, XXVI 356
Hackley, —— (Mr.): and Tench Coxe’s land speculation, XVIII 291
Hackley (Hackeley), John: debt to Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 304
Hadfield, Joseph: London banker and businessman, XIV 192n; proposed as representative of Bank of the U.S. in London, XV 27
Hadley, John: inventor of quadrant, XXIII 392
Hageman, Adrian: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 93
Hageman, John A.: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 94
Hageman, Rem: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 94
Hageman, Sytie: pay for subsistence for prisoners of British, XIII 94
Hagerstown, Md., VIII 438; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 151, 161, 201, 226, 263n
Hagner, Peter: clerk in accountant’s office, War Department, XXIV 573n, XXVI 867
Hague, John (Pa.): and cotton manufacturing, IX 439n
Hague, John (Va.), Richmond merchant, VII 102
The Hague, III 97n, VII 137n, 363, 365, VIII 177, 178, 260, 307, IX 386, 479, XXIV 385n, XXV 147n; congress of neutral powers at, II 471–72, 472–73; French chargé d’affaires at, see Caillard, Antoine Bernard; French Minister at, VI 211n; Triple Alliance of (1717), XXV 164n; U.S. agent at, see Dumas, Charles F. W., pay, V 384; U.S. Minister Resident at, V 571n (see also Adams, John Quincy, and Murray, William Vans, and Short, William)
Haight adsm Greenwood: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 67
Hailes, Daniel: British Minister at Copenhagen, XIX 504n
Haines, Casper: Philadelphia brewer, VIII 167
Haines, John, see Hanes, John
Hainey, Frederick: and Fries’s Rebellion, XXV 142–43n
Hair powder: duty on, X 46, 211, 325, XXVI 646, proposed, XI 144; European restrictions on, X 46, XXVI 646; Hamilton’s proposal for tax on, IV 45; manufacture of, X 46, 171, 211, 284, 325
Haiti, V 454n, IX 220n, XXII 427n. See also Hispaniola and Santo Domingo
Haldimand, Sir Frederick: British commander in chief in Canada, XIX 189, and American Revolution, II 290, and independence of Vt., IV 134
Hale, Daniel: Albany, N.Y., merchant, XXI 294n; Army (American Revolution), II 512; Army contractor, pay, XIII 565, XV 522, 585; Navy contractor, and naval rearmament, XVI 316
Hale, David: and dispute over Illuminati, XXV 21
Hale, Joseph: Mass. Federalist, and election of 1800, XXIV 577
Hale, Mordecai: comments on Additional Army candidates (N.Y.), XXII 89, 90, 101
Hale, Thomas: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 564, XXIV 60
Hale, Warwick: and Del. River beacon boat, VIII 540
Half-Moon Patent: boundaries of, XV 12
Half-Town: Seneca chief, and meeting with U.S. officials, VIII 242n, XI 375n
Halifax, Charles Montagu, 1st Earl of, see Montagu, Charles
Halifax, N.C., IX 85, 505n, XII 599; Washington’s visit to, VIII 242
Halifax, Nova Scotia, VI 219, 547, X 391n, XVIII 411n, XIX 237; and American Revolution, I 539, 577, 588, II 167, 192, 216, 217, 218, 292, 332
Halifax County, N.C., XXIII 140n; excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429; opposition to British commercial policies, XVII 98, 99n
Halifax County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Halifax Court House, Halifax, Va.: excise opposition, XI 542
Hall, ——: officer candidate, N.H. revenue cutter, VII 158
Hall, ——: shipmaster, British privateer Trusty, XX 427n
Hall, Andrew: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 295
Hall, A. R., see Singer, Charles
Hall, Charles: Sunbury, Pa. lawyer, XXII 175; comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 141
Hall, David: Army (American Revolution), II 29, 77
Hall, Edward: asst. quartermaster general (American Revolution): XI 340, 341–42
Hall, Edward Hagaman: “Lieutenant Colonel Stephen Rochefontaine,” XX 146n
Hall, Elihu: prisoner of British (American Revolution), XIII 95
Hall, Fitch: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 101, 107, 335
Hall, George Abbot: collector of customs, Charleston, S.C., VIII 225, accounts, XIII 38–39, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87, administration of office and enforcement of customs regulations, VI 472, 474, death of, XI 199n; Continental tax receiver (S.C.), X 430
Hall, Gervas: clerk, comptroller’s office, Treasury Department, pay, XIII 464
Hall, James: Boston merchant, and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 329n, 352n
Hall, John: Va. merchant, VI 15
Hall, John C.: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 309
Hall, John E.: publisher of American Law Journal, IV 297
Hall, Josias Carvel: XXII 304n; Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 309; Army (Quasi-War), XXII 582, 599n, 609, XXIII 180, 183, 214, 257, 296, 318, 339, 495–96, 556, 607, 609, 611, 612, 617, 620, 621, 623, 624, 629, 634, 636, 639, 640, 642, 648, 652, 654, 662, 664, 666, 667, 679, 682, 684, 686, 688, 693, XXIV 181, 182n, 220, 222, 278, 372, 605, 608, 612, 630, 631, 637, 645; comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 288, 294, 305; and Md. election of 1792, XII 213
Hall, Levi: Providence, R.I., merchant, V 204, 205
Hall, Lot (Lott): pay for delivering Vt. electoral votes (1792), XIV 161, XVII 541
Hall, Margaret: administratrix, and prize money, XIII 108
Hall, Thomas: clerk, U.S. District Court, S.C., pay, XV 504, XVII 503
Hall, Warren: Additional Army candidate (District of Me.), XXII 319, 326, 338
Hall, William: English artisan employed by Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, IX 80–81, 121, 171, X 345, 517–18, XI 245, 259, XII 13, 25, 141, 211, 517n, XIV 171, 189, 253–54, 302–3, 318, 419, claim against Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, XV 327, 328, discharged, XV 107, 408, removes machinery, XV 391
Hall, William (S.C.): capt., Charleston revenue cutter, VII 79, 97–98
Hall and Stimpson: Boston merchant firm, and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 329, 352, 374, 514–15
Hall and Stimpson v Riley and Wetmore: and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 352n
Halle, in present-day Germany, I 381
Hallenbeck (Hallenback, Hellenback), Garret: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 90, 107
Hallet, Jacob: New York City merchant, X 526n
Hallet, James: pay, carriage repair for Washington, XIII 45
Hallett (Hallet), Jeremiah: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 58n
Richard S. Hallett v William Burrell, William Houstoun, Paul Skidmore, and Gamaliel Skidmore: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 495n, XXVI 872
Hallett, Bowne, and Company: New York City merchant firm, debt to Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 303; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXII 517n
Halley, Edmund, I 388, 408–10
Halliday, Robert: and suit against Ann Mitchell’s estate, XX 458, 459
Hallowell, Robert: comments on Additional Army candidates (District of Me.), XXII 323, 333
Hallwood, John (nephew of Ann Mitchell): bequest to Hamilton, III 668–70; death of, XX 458; inheritance of, XX 457
Halsey, Francis Whiting: The Old New York Frontier, XI 344n
Halsey, John, XVI 452
Halsey, Thomas Lloyd: Providence, R.I., agent for naval rearmament, XVI 503n
Halsted (Halstead), John, XVI 455; collector of customs, Perth Amboy, N.J., XI 479; accounts, XI 237, XIII 36–37, 572, 575, 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85, administration of office and enforcement of custom regulations, VIII 328, XVI 455n, payment of invalid pensions, XIII 88; commissary in Canada under Confederation Government, pay, V 404, VI 536; and proposals for Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, IX 423–25
Halt, Thomas: Board of Treasury warrant, payment for, XIII 42
Ham, William: second mate, Va. revenue cutter, IX 35
“Hambden”: pseudonym, unknown Federalist, XXV 101–2
Hamburg, I 378, 379, IX 403; banking in, II 618; and France-American relations, XX 212; import of saltpeter from, XVI 605n, XVII 8, 110; possibility of loans from, XVI 556; U.S. vice consul and consul at, see Parish, John; and wars of French Revolution, XX 535, XXI 413
Hamell, George: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 133, 145
Hamet, William: Loyalist (American Revolution), I 490
Hamilton, Alexander (1757–1776)
in West Indies, birth and parentage, I 1–2, 2–3n 88–90, 111, illegitimacy of, XXVI 324n; as youth, assistance to, see Knox, Hugh, clerkship (1769–1772), I 5, 8–34, “Hurricane Letter” (1772), I 34–38, poems by (1771–1772), I 6–7, 38–39, and Ann Lytton Venton, I 32; in North America, arrival (1772), I 40n, 41n, attendance at Francis Barber’s Academy, Elizabeth, N.J. (1772–1773), I 41n, 42n, 44n, attendance at King’s College (1773–1776), I 40n, 41n, 44n, XXVI 353, “Illiad of Homer” (1773), I 42, “List of Books” (1773), I 42, “Notes on the Book of Genesis” (1773), I 41, “Notes on the Book of Revelation” (1773), I 41, “Poem on the Death of Elias Boudinot’s Child” (1774), I 43–44, “Speech in the Fields” (1774), I 43, trip to, XX 456–47n, tutored by Robert Harpur (1774), I 44, and Ann Lytton Venton (1773), I 40, 41, views on British colonies in North America and British policy toward them, see The Farmer Refuted and A Full Vindication and “Remarks on the Quebec Bill,” views on Loyalists and colonial policies toward them (1775), I 176–78, 178–79
—— (1776–1782, during American Revolution): activities between resignation as aide-de-camp and Yorktown campaign (1781), XXVI 406–12, 410n; aide-de-camp to Washington (1777–1781), I 196–605, II 1–658, XXVI 355–401, 402–3, 404, 406, 410n, appointment as, I 196, 600, XXII 37n, on course of war, see American Revolution, and Army, and Arnold, Benedict, and Lee, Charles, and New York State: in American Revolution, correspondence between Hamilton and Committee of Correspondence, and New York State: in American Revolution, Committee of Safety, and Washington, George (during American Revolution), letters written as aide-de-camp, see American Revolution, and Army: Hamilton as aide-de-camp to Washington, pay due (1780), II 260, resignation as, II 563–68, 575–77, special missions as, see American Revolution, and Army, and Washington, George (during American Revolution); and blacks, II 17–18, 642; as captain of artillery co. (1776), I 181–91, 195, 199–200, 208, 210, XXVI 355, and paybook of artillery co. (1777), I 373–411; career in Army and resignation from, III 4, 5, 89–90, 461–62; claims for service in war, XXVI 288, 290; commission as lieutenant colonel while still aide-de-camp (1780), II 491, 492n, 600, XXVI 401–2; on conclusion of war, XXVI 425–28; on Robert Lennox and treatment of American prisoners, XX 34; oath of allegiance (1778), I 487; seeks separate command, (1780) II 205, 483n, 506n, 509–10, 519, (1781) II 577n, 600–1, 601–2, 636–38, 647; suggested as adjutant general (1780), II 517, 519; Yorktown campaign, as lieutenant colonel in command of battalion in, II 658, 659–60, 661, 666, 667–68, 668–69, 675, 677n, 677–78, 679–82, 682–83, and accounts for clothing for battalion, XXVI 414–16, and arms, accoutrements, and ammunition for battalion, XXVI 419, on campaign, XXVI 420–22, members of battalion, XXVI 416–18, and pay, XXVI 416–18, role in, XXVI 30–31, 101, 326
—— (1776–1782, non-military activities): abortive duel with William Gordon (1779–1780), correspondence concerning, II 90–92, 99, 100–1, 108–9, 125–26, 126–27, 127–28, 140–41, 141–43, 149–50, 153–56, 162, 168–69, 184–85, 187–88, 194–95, 222, 224, 313–16, 316–17; activities after Yorktown, XXVI 420n; criticism of Samuel Chase as war profiteer, see “Publius”; courtship of Elizabeth Schuyler, see Schuyler, Elizabeth; on defects of Continental Congress and financial policies of and proposals for changing, (1779) II 236–51, (1780) II 400–18, (1781) II 604–35 (see also The Continentalist): love poem to Elizabeth Schuyler (1780), II 352n, marriage to Elizabeth Schuyler (1780), II 521, XXVI 408n, James McHenry’s poem on, II 522–24; nominated as Minister to France (1780), XXVI 404; nominated as Minister to Russia (1780), XXVI 405; nominated as Secretary of Foreign Affairs (1781), XXVI 405n; nominated as secretary to Minister to France (1779), II 231, 254–55, 306; personal finances (1781), II 591, 642, XXVI 410–11; proposed by Lafayette as Minister to France, II 519–20; rental of house in Albany, N.Y. (1782), XXVI 429; suggested as special envoy to Europe (1780), II 519–20
—— (1782–1789): Annapolis Convention (1788), role in, see Annapolis Convention: Army, role in after 1783, III 461–62, 470, 475, 476, 505–6; and Articles of Confederation, see Articles of Confederation and Congress (under Articles of Confederation); and blacks, see Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves; Congress (under Articles of Confederation), delegate to, (November, 1782-July, 1783) III 117, 120, 128–29, 151n, 183, 188–89, 433–34, 459, 469–70, appointment as, (November 26, 1782) III 117, 188, XXVI 800, (January 22, 1788) IV 492–93, XXVI 809–10, opinion of, III 426–30, 438–57, remarks, motions, and reports by (1782–1783), III 198–426, 472, 492–93, XXVI 429–33, 443–46, 802 (see also Congress [under Articles of Confederation]); and Constitution, ratification of, IV 275–77, 280–81, 284–85, 645–46 (see also The Federalist and Madison, James, and New York Ratifying Convention); and Constitutional Convention, delegate to, speeches, plans, debates at, see Constitutional Convention; and dispute with Vt., see New York State and Vermont; and land controversy with Mass., see Massachusetts and New York State and New York v Massachusetts and “Notes on the History of North and South America”; N.Y. Assembly, member of (January-April, 1787), remarks, motions, and reports by, IV 1–152, XXVI 807; oath of allegiance to N.Y. (1783), III 471; receiver of Continental taxes for N.Y. (1782), III 10, 72–74, 75, 89–198 (see also Congress [under Articles of Confederation] and Morris, Robert (Pa.), and Tillotson, Thomas), appointment as, XXVI 428–29; and state finances, see Congress (under Articles of Confederation) and Continental loan officers and Paper money. See also New York State
—— (1782–1789, non-governmental activities): Associated Manufacturing Iron Company, shareholder in, III 682; and banks, see Bank of New York and Bank of North America; business representative for others, see Chaloner, John, and Church, John B. and Wadsworth, Jeremiah; Columbia College, trustee of (1787–1804), IV 376–77, 569, 590, and finances of, III 598, 599; land controversy with Mass., see Massachusetts and New York State and New York v Massachusetts and “Notes on the History of North and South America”; liberation of South America, see Miranda, Francisco de, and South America; New-York Manufacturing Society, stockholder in, V 300; pamphlets and newspaper articles, see “Campaign Broadside” and The Continentalist and The Federalist and “H.G. Letters” and A Letter from Phocian … and “Publius” and “To the Daily Advertiser” and “To the Electors of the City and County of New York” and “To the Electors of the State of New York” and “To the New-York Packet” and “To the Public Creditors of the State of New York” and “To the Supervisors of the City of Albany”; personal finances, (1782) XXVI 400, 424, (1783–1784) XXVI 446–47 (see also “Cash Book”); and politics and elections (state and national), see Anti-Federalists and Federalist and New York City and New York State and other individual states and presidential campaigns and elections; residence, purchase of house in New York City, (1785) III 599, XXVI 457, 458n, (1789) V 343, rental of house in New York City, (1783) III 482n, (1785–1786) XXVI 458n, sale of lot in New York City, (1789) XXVI 479, tax assessment on lot, (1789) XXVI 502; St. Andrews Society, manager of (1787), IV 355; University of the State of New York, member of Board of Regents of, III 655, XXVI 453–54. See also Cincinnati, Society of the, and Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves
—— (1789–1795, as Secretary of the Treasury): and accounts with states, see Commissioners for settling accounts between the United States and the individual states and Public credit and public debt, and states; as acting Secretary of War (1794), XVII 89n, XVIII 251n; appointment as Secretary of the Treasury, XXVI 481–82, term as (September 11, 1789-January 31, 1795), V 365XVII 241; and appointments, recommendations for, see Lear, Tobias, and Washington, George; and banks, see Bank of Albany and Bank of Amsterdam and Bank of England and Bank of Ireland and Bank of Maryland and Bank of New York and Bank of North America and Bank notes and Bank of Pennsylvania and Bank of the United States and Manhattan Company and Massachusetts Bank and Providence Bank, plans for, see National bank; business enterprise of, see Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures; as cabinet member, see Cabinet (U.S.) and Jefferson, Thomas, and Knox, Henry, and Pickering Timothy, and Randolph, Edmund; Ceracchi bust of (1792), XII 37n; cipher by (1792), XI 545–46; and customs, see Collectors of the customs and Inspectors of customs and Naval officers (customs) and Revenue and Revenue cutters and Surveyors of the ports and Treasury Department circulars and United States customs service; design for a seal for the U.S. (1796), XX 208–9; disputes, see Blanchard, James, and Fraunces, Andrew G., and Mercer, John F.; election to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1791), IX 104–5, 196, 237; election to American Philosophical Society (1791), VIII 29; figure of, in wax museum in Boston (1791), IX 59; finances of the U.S., see individual reports, e.g., “Report on Additional Sums Necessary for Support of the Government”; fiscal policies of, see Collectors of the customs and Duties and Excise and individual reports, e.g., “Report on Additional Sums Necessary for Support of the Government,” and Loans and Public credit and public debt; funding, program for, VII 1–5; Hamilton-Oneida Academy, trustee of (1793–1795), XIX 146–47; health of, (1790) XXVI 544, 593–94, (1791) XXVI 827, (1793) XV 324, 331–32, 341, 343–48, 349, 378, 398–99, 466, 611, XVI 328 (see also Yellow fever: epidemic of, in Philadelphia), (1794) XVII 192, 241, 361; honorary degrees, from Dartmouth College (1790), VI 573, VII 103, 144–45, from Harvard University (1792), XII 283–84, 329, from Rhode Island College (1792), XXVI 681; honorary French citizenship (1792), XII 545; horse for, (1791) IX 31, 92, 404–5, (1794) XVII 270; household expenses, IX 421; House of Representatives investigation of policies of (1793–1794), XV 460–65 (see also Giles, William B., and House of Representatives and Treasury Department); and individual and group petitions to U.S., see Public credit and public debt, and petitions, and “Report on the Petition of …”; intention to resign (1794), XII 122, 356, 434–35, 441–42, 571, XV 13, 51, 621, XVII 405, 413, 428–29, 441, 444–45, 460n, 564, 568, 574, 581; and internal revenue, see Collectors of the revenue and Excise and “Excise law” and Impost and Inspectors of the revenue for the ports and Inspectors of the revenue for the surveys and Revenue officers and Taxes; and Jefferson, XI 429–30, 435–45, XII 347–50, attack on, XIII 229–31, 348–56; and loans, see Amsterdam and Antwerp and Bank of the United States and Loans and Short, William, and Willink, Wilhem and Jan: in association with Nicholaas and Jacob Van Staphorst, and Nicholas Hubbard, and Wolfe, Charles John Michael de; on James Madison, XI 427–45; and mint, see Mint and “Report on the Mint”; move to Philadelphia (1790), VII 100; office in Philadelphia (1791), XXVI 629, 648; and organization of Treasury Department, XIII 45, 71–74, 121–22, 463–66, XV 476–95, 510–12, 557–58, XVIII 509–10 (see also Treasury Department); pamphlets and newspaper articles, see “Address to the Public Creditors” and “An American” and “Americanus” and “Amicus” and “Catullus” and “The Cause of France” and “Civis” and “Civis to Mercator” and “The Defence No. I” and “Fact No. I” and “Fact No. II” and “For the Gazette of the United States” and “The French Revolution” and “Metullus” and “No Jacobin” and “Notes on the Funding System” and “Observer” and “On the Rise of a War Party” and “Pacificus” and “Philo Pacificus” and “A Plain Honest Man” and “T.L.” and “Tully” and “Views on the French Revolution” and “Vindication”; pay of, V 386, VI 130, IX 459, XIII 121, 463, XV 557, XVII 509; personal finances, (1790) XXVI 553, (1791) VIII 4–5, XXVI 603, (1792) IX 246, XII 170, 292, 328, XXVI 676, (1794) XVI 564, XXVI 726; and politics, see Anti-Federalists and Democratic Republicans and Federalists and Republicans; portrait of by John Trumbull (1792), X 428, 515; public debt and public credit, see Loans and Public credit and public debt and Sinking fund; purchase of wine (1791), VII 444–45; relations with Maria Reynolds, see “Reynolds Affair” and “Reynolds Pamphlet”; residence, in New York City, rental (1790–1793), XXVI 458n, sale (1793), XII 353, XIV 209, 352–53, 411, XXVI 458n, house in Philadelphia, rental of, (1790) VI 545, VII 5, 34–35, XXVI 572n, (1791) VIII 511, 581, sale of lot in New York City (1791), VIII 306, XXVI 615; resignation as Secretary of the Treasury (January 31, 1795), XVII 427n, XVIII 18, 25, 32, 200, 206–7, 212–13, 237–41, 241, 242–44, 247–48, 252–53, 254–55, 276, 282, 330; and speculation in U.S. stocks, see Panic of 1792; “Subscription for Promoting the Cultivation of the Vine,” XXVI 738; on U.S. foreign policy (1794), XVI 266–79; and U.S. relations with France, see Adet, Pierre Auguste, and Cabinet (U.S.) and Fauchet, Jean Antoine Joseph, and France and Genet, Edmond Charles, and Jay Treaty and Jefferson, Thomas, and Monroe, James, and Morris, Gouverneur, and Neutrality, Proclamation of (1793), and Privateers and Randolph, Edmund, and Ternant, Jean Baptiste de, and Treaty of Alliance (1778) and Treaty of Amity and Commerce (1778) and Washington, George; and U.S. relations with Great Britain, see Beckwith, George, and Embargo and France and Great Britain and Hammond, George, and Jay, John, and Jay Treaty and Jefferson, Thomas, and King, Rufus, and Neutrality, Proclamation of (1793), and Nootka Sound and Pickering, Timothy, and Washington, George; and U.S. relations with Indians, see Indians; and U.S. relations with Spain, see Jaudenes, Josef de, and Mississippi River and Pinckney, Thomas, and Spain and Viar, Josef de; “View of the Commercial Regulations of France and Great Britain in Reference to the United States,” X 351n, 497n, XIII 395–436, XXVI 840, 846–47; visit to site of Fort Washington (1790), VI 489n; and wars of French Revolution (or U.S. neutrality), see Cabinet (U.S.) and Embargo and France and Jay Treaty and Neutrality, Proclamation of (1793), and Privateers and Prizes; and Washington, relations with, see Washington, George (as President of the U.S.): annual messages to Congress; and Farewell Address; and Hamilton’s correspondence with; and Whiskey Insurrection, see Howell, Richard, and Lee, Henry, and Maryland and Mifflin, Thomas, and New Jersey and Pennsylvania and Virginia and Washington, George, and Whiskey Insurrection
—— (1795–1798): abortive duel with James Monroe (1797), see Monroe, James, and “Reynolds Affair”; abortive duel with James Nicholson (1795), XVIII 471, 472, 473, 473–74, 489, 490, 491, 501–2; advice to members of John Adams’s cabinet on domestic policies and foreign relations, see Lee, Charles, and McHenry, James, and Pickering, Timothy, and Wolcott, Oliver, Jr.; adviser on U.S. financial policies, see Washington, George, and Wolcott, Oliver, Jr.; awarded certificate of freedom of New York City (1795), XXIII 293; and blacks, XIX 101–2 (see also Great Britain and Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves); bust of, XVIII 504n; and cabinet, see Cabinet (U.S.) (see also correspondence with Bradford, William, and Lee, Charles, and McHenry, James, and Pickering, Timothy, and Wolcott, Oliver, Jr.); and defense of New York City, see New York City; on finance, see Taxes; and fires in New York City (1797), XX 472n; and forged letters (1796), XX 115–19, 149; health of, (1796) XX 318, 471–72, (1797) XXI 30; and Jay Treaty, defense of (1795–1796), XVIII 404–54 (see also “The Defence” and Jay Treaty and “Philo Camillus”); Jay Treaty and House of Representatives, see House of Representatives and Jay Treaty and Washington, George; law books, XVIII 378; and liberation of South America, see Miranda, Francisco de, and South America; military affairs and legislation concerning, see United States Army (peacetime, 1783–1798); and Navy, see United States Navy; nomination as U.S. Senator (1798), XXI 433–34, 447; New York City Chamber of Commerce testimonial dinner following resignation as Secretary of the Treasury, XVIII 276n; pamphlets and newspaper articles, see “American Jacobins” and “Americanus” and “Americus” and “The Answer” and “Call for a Meeting” and “The Defence” and “The Defence of the Funding System” and “Detector” and “Explanation” and “Federal Republican” and “For the Gazette of the United States” and “For The Time Pieceand “A French Faction” and “Horatius No. II” and “Philo Camillus” and “A Real Whig” and “Relations with France” and “The Stand” and “To the Citi-of New-York” and “To the Citizens Who Shall be Convened This Day in the Fields in the City of New York” and “To the Editor of The Argusand “To the Editor of The Minervaand “A True American” and “The War in Europe” and “The Warning”; personal finances, (1795) XVIII 358–59, 503–7, (1796) XX 55, 340–41, (1797) XXI 109–10, XXVI 750, (1798) XXI 352–53, 353n, 364; “Petition to the Mayor, Aldermen … of the City of New York” concerning a potter’s field, XXI 57; and politics and elections, see New York City and New York State and Presidential campaigns and elections; proposed as governor of N.Y. (1795), XVII 19–20n, 196; purchase of land in New York City with John B. Church (1796), XX 250; representative for John B. Church in land and other speculations with Tench Coxe, see Church, John B., and Coxe, Tench, and Morris, Robert (Pa.); residence (1795), rental of house in New York City, XVIII 334, 334n; and Maria Reynolds, see Callender, James T., and “Reynolds Affair” and “Reynolds Pamphlet”; on treason (1798), XXI 552; trip to Cooperstown, N.Y. (1795), XVIII 345n; trip to Philadelphia (1796), XX 54, XXVI 744; and U.S. domestic and foreign policies, see Washington, George (as President): correspondence with; on U.S. finances, see Wolcott, Oliver, Jr.; and U.S. relations with France, see France (see also Adams, John, and Adet, Pierre Auguste, and “The Defence” and Fauchet, Jean Antoine Joseph, and Jay Treaty and King, Rufus, and Monroe, James, and Pickering, Timothy, and Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth, and Washington, George); U.S. relations with France, and peace mission to (1797–1798), see France (see also Gerry, Elbridge, and Marshall, John, and Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth); and U.S. relations with Great Britain, see Great Britain (see also Adams, John, and Bond, Phineas, and “The Defence” and Embargo and Hammond, George, and Jay Treaty, and King, Rufus, and Liston, Robert, and Pickering, Timothy, and Washington, George); and U.S. relations with Spain, see Treaty of Friendship, Limits, and Navigation between the U.S. and Spain (Pinckney Treaty); and Washington, contributions to annual messages and Farewell Address of, see Washington, George, and money for pay, subsistence, and forage of, XXVI 867; will of (1795) XVIII 503–7
—— (1798–1800): account with U.S., XVIII 531–32; aide-de-camp of, see Church, Philip, and Izard, George; on aliens, XXIII 604; on canals, XXIII 603; and cipher (1800), XXIV 167–68; Columbia College, trustee of (1787–1804), XXII 481–82; conference at Trenton, N.J. (1799), XXIII 510, 515n, 527n, 538n, 542n, 543n, 544, 553–54n, 556; conveyance of New York City lots to John B. Church (1798), XXI 469; country house, see “The Grange”; and defense of New York City, see New York City and United States Army (Quasi-War); “Elements of the Tactics of the Infantry,” XXIV 142–53; “Formation and Disposition of a Regiment of Infantry,” XXIV 140–41; and Fries’s Rebellion, XIII 531, 539–41, 552–53; David Frothingham’s libel suit against, XXIV 6–8n; headquarters of, XXV 3n; health of, (1798) XXII 163, 314, (1799) XXII 403n, 439, 483, (1800) XXIV 306; indenture for household servant (1799), XXIV 54; on inland navigation (1799), XXIII 601–3; on Ky. and Va. resolutions (1799), XXII 452–54, 465–66; land speculation in New York City, XXIII 565–66; and liberation of South America, see the Floridas and Lousiana and Miranda, Francisco de, and South America and Spain; and Manhattan Company, see Manhattan Company; personal finances (1800), XXIV 420, 585–86; “Plan for a Legion,” XXI 528–30; “Plan of the Formation of a Regiment for Exercise or Battle,” XXIV 135–39; policy toward Navy (1800), XXIV 169; on President’s appointive power, XXIII 94; program for improving U.S. domestic and foreign policies (1799), XXIII 599–604; purchase of horse, XXIII 321; and Quasi-War, see United States Army (Quasi-War) (see also Adams, John, and McHenry, James, and Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth, and Washington, George, and Wilkinson, James); and Quasi-War, appointment as inspector general and dispute over relative rank of major generals, see United States Army (Quasi-War); and relative rank of Navy officers, see United States Navy; secretaries to, see Brown, Ethan, and How, Thomas Y.; Society of the Cincinnati, election as president general (1799), XXIV 453–54, election as vice-president general, XXIII 103; trips, to Albany, N.Y. (1800), XXIV 196, 201, 216n, 219n, 223, 224, 236, 253n, to Conn. (1798), XXII 80, 81n, 83n, 85, 87n, 153, 154n, 162n, 168n, to New England at disbandment of Army (June, 1800), XXIV 543, 567, 574–85, 587, 590, to Philadelphia, (1798) XXII 33, 39, (December, 1799) XXIV 87, 239n, to Trenton, N.J. (1799), XXIII 544, XXIV 1, XXV 16; and U.S. finances (1798), XXIII 158, 186; and U.S. relations with France, see the Floridas and France and Louisiana and XYZ affair, and peace mission to France (1797–1798), see France (see also Gerry, Elbridge, and Marshall, John, and Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth, and XYZ affair), and second peace mission to France (October, 1799), XXIV 402, opposition to, XXIII 546–47; and U.S. relations with Indians, see Indians; and U.S. relations with Spain, see the Floridas and Louisiana and South America; visit to Scotch Plains, N.J. on disbandment of Army (May 21-June 2, 1800), see United States Army (Quasi-War); and Washington’s death, see Washington, George
—— (1800–1804): John Adams on (1800), XXIV 55–58; on John Adams, see Adams, John, and Letter … Concerning … John Adams … and Presidential campaigns and elections; and Bank of N.Y. (1804), XXVI 225; on blacks, see Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves; and James T. Callender, XXVI 36–37n; “Campaign Speech,” (April 10, 1801) XXV 375, (April 21, 1801) XXV 382; charged with being a monarchist, XXVI 102–3, 198–99n, 208–9, 209–10, 211–12, 324 (see also Constitutional Convention); “Christian Constitutional Society,” proposal for (1802), XXV 606–10; and cipher (1803), XXVI 121–22; and Columbia College, grant of land to, XXI 581, on trustees’ search committee for a president (1800), XXI 56; country house and accounts for, see The Grange and McComb, John, Jr., and Weeks, Ezra; death of oldest son in duel, see Hamilton, Philip; on democracy (1804), XXVI 309; “Draft of a Resolution for the Legislature [of N.Y.] for the Amendment of the Constitution of the United States” (1802), XXV 512–13, 558–59, 561, 587–88; duel with Aaron Burr, events preceding, actual duel, and death and aftermath, XXVI 196–97, 235–49; election to N.Y. Society for the Promotion of Agriculture, Arts, and Manufactures (1801), XXV 342; entertains, Jerome Bonaparte (1804), XXVI 231, William Short, William S. Smith, and John Trumbull (1804), XXVI 292; on Federal courts (1801–1802), see Judiciary and Supreme Court; on Federal judges, see United States District judges; health of, (1802) XXVI 45, 53, (1803) XXVI 162, 168, 170, 181, (1804) XXVI 309, 346n, 347; on Jefferson, see Letter … Concerning … John Adams … (see also “The Examination”); on Jefferson’s administration, XXVI 14–15, 71–72, 129, 134–35 (see also “The Examination” and Jefferson, Thomas); on judiciary system, see “The Examination” and Judiciary and “Remarks on the Repeal of the Judiciary Act”; land purchase in Scriba’s Patent, XXVI 15n, 38n, 46–52; and La. purchase, background of, XXV 372n, XXVI 71, 82–85 (see also Livingston, Robert T., and Monroe, James, and “Purchase of Louisiana”); and Merchants’ Bank, XXVI 104–10 (see also Merchants’ Bank); “Notes for Speech by Samuel Miles Hopkins to the Electors of the Middle District,” XXV 378–79; and Ohio Company, investment in, XXV 48, 71–72, XXVI 56–57; and Order of Illuminati (1800), XXV 20–24; pamphlets and newspaper articles, see An Address to the Electors of the State of New York and “The Examination” and “For the Evening Post” and “For the New-York Evening Postand “France and America” and Letter … Concerning … John Adams. … and “Purchase of Louisiana” and “To the Editor of the Evening Post”; personal finances, (1800) XXV 125, (1802) XXVI 38, (1803) XXVI 153–54, 167, 170, (1804) XXVI 186n, 220, 283–87, 287–91, 299–300, 301–4, 307; “Petition to the Mayor and Corporation of the City of New York,” (1800) XXV 92; plan for trust fund for Robert Morris and wife, XXVI 40, 42, 46–52, 60–66, 68; portrait of, by John Trumbull, XXVI 318; presented a pair of horses (1804), XXVI 216; purchase of a carriage (1800), XXV 25, 140; purchase of a horse (1800), XXV 25; residence in New York City, (1801) XXV 372n, (1802) XXVI 59n, (1804) XXVI 231n, 259; and Society of the Cincinnati, XXV 119, 395, 563; “Speech at a Meeting of Federalists in Albany” (1804), XXVI 187–90; “Speech on Congressional Election in New York City” (1802), XXV 610–11; “Speech to Federalist Nominating Convention for the City of New York” (1803), XXVI 113–15; trips, to Albany, N.Y., (1800) XXV 140n, 175, 176, 240–41, (1801) XXV 327–28, 329n, 339, 342–43, 346–47, 348–49, 371, 372n, 422, 427, 428, 428–29, 450, 481–82, (1802) XXV 489, 495n, XXVI 59n, 59–60, 66, (1803) XXVI 96–97, 98n, 162, 170, 181, (1804) XXVI 186n, to Claverack, N.Y., (1801) XXV 421, (1803) XXVI 159, 162n, 168, 170, to Mass. (1802), XXVI 67n; and U.S. relations with France, see Adams, John, and Convention of 1800 and “The Examination” and Letter … Concerning … John Adams … and Livingston, Robert R., and Louisiana and Monroe, James, and second peace mission to France, XXV 128–39; and U.S. relations with Great Britain, see “The Examination” and Jefferson, Thomas, and King, Rufus, and Letter … Concerning … John Adams …; will of, executors of, XXV 38, XXVI 870. See also Coleman, William, and New-York Evening Post
—— (miscellaneous): business representative for others, see Chaloner, John, and Church, John B., and La Tour du Pin, Frederic-Seraphin, marquis de, and Le Guen, Louis, and Morris, Robert (Pa.), and Schuyler, Philip, and Wadsworth, Jeremiah, and Wolcott, Oliver, Jr.; doctors of, see Bard, Samuel, and Hosack, David, and Stevens, Edward, and Stringer, Samuel; friends of, see Ames, Fisher, and Church, Angelica, and Church, John B., and Duer, William, and King, Rufus, and Knox, Hugh, and Lafayette, Marie Joseph Du Motier, marquis de, and Laurens, John, and Le Guen, Louis, and McHenry, James, and Meade, Richard Kidder, and Morris, Gouverneur, and Morris, Robert (Pa.), and Smith, William S. and Stevens, Edward, and Troup, Robert, and Walker, Benjamin; on Jews, XXIV 774; personal finances, XXVI 779, 780; and politics, see Anti-Federalists and Democratic Republicans and Federalists and New York City and New York State and other individual states and Presidential campaigns and elections and Republicans; on religion, XXV 606, 606–7n, XXVI 739, and duel with Aaron Burr, XXVI 278, 293, 308, 315, 317n, 338, 347; as speculator in land, see Land: speculation in, by Hamilton
—— (family): aunt, see Lytton, Ann Faucett (Mrs. James Lytton); autobiography, XXI 77–79; brother, see Hamilton, James, Jr.; brothers and sisters of Elizabeth Hamilton, see Church, Angelica Schuyler (Mrs. John B. Church), and Morton, Cornelia Schuyler (Mrs. Washington Morton), and Schuyler, Catherine Van Rensselaer, and Schuyler, John Bradstreet, and Schuyler, Philip Jeremiah, and Schuyler, Rensselaer, and Van Rensselaer, Margarita Schuyler (Mrs. Stephen Van Rensselaer); children, see Hamilton, Alexander, Jr., and Hamilton, Angelica, and Hamilton, Eliza, and Hamilton, James Alexander, and Hamilton, John Church, and Hamilton, Philip (I), and Hamilton, Philip (II), and Hamilton, William Stephen; correspondence with Philip Schuyler in which family matters are mentioned, II 305–7, 542–43, 563–68, 676–77, III 595, 678, V 339–40, VIII 343–44, XI 378, XV 398–99, 457–58, 619–21, XVIII 18–19, XIX 203–4, 311–13, XXI 13, 387–88, XXII 446–51, XXIII 173, 413, XXV 41–42, 83–84, 123–24, 371, 374, 416, 489, 580–81, 586; cousin, see Hamilton, Alexander, and Hamilton, Christian, and Lytton, Ann (Mrs. John Kirwan Venton; Mrs. George Mitchell), and Lytton, James, Jr., and Lytton, Peter; father, see Hamilton, James, Sr.; father-in-law, see Schuyler, Philip; first in line of Hamilton’s family, see Hamilton, Sir David, of Cadzew; granddaughter, see Hamilton, Mary; grandson, see Hamilton, Allan McLane; half-brother, see Lavien (Lavine, Lewine), Peter; maternal grandfather, see Faucett (Fawcett), John; maternal grandmother, see Faucett (Fawcett), Mary (Mrs. John Faucett); mother, see Lavien (Levine, Lewine), Rachel Faucett (Mrs. John Michael Lavien); mother-in-law, see Schuyler, Catherine Van Rensselaer; nephews, see Hamilton, Robert W., and Hamilton, Walter, and Hamilton, William, Jr.; nephew of Elizabeth Hamilton, see Church, Philip; niece of Elizabeth Hamilton, see Cruger, Catherine Church (Mrs. Peter Bertram Cruger); orphan raised by Hamilton, see Antill, Frances; paternal grandfather, see Hamilton, Alexander; paternal grandmother, see Hamilton, Elizabeth Pollock; sons, education of, XXIV 256; stepfather, see Lavien (Lavine, Lewine), John (Johann) Michael; uncle, see Hamilton, William, Sr., and Lytton, James, Sr.; Washington on family (1794), XVII 350, 357
—— (law practice, 1782–1791): admission as attorney before N.Y. Supreme Court (1782), III 128, 151, 189, 192, V 232, 363–64; admission as solicitor and councillor before N.Y. Court of Chancery (1783), III 471; admission to bar, preparation for (1782), III 89–90, 94, 115–16, 128, 151, 192; cases involving Loyalists, and “Citation Act,” III 45, 591 (see also “Cash Book” and Forman, Ezekiel, and Loyalists), and “Confiscation Act,” III 41, 487, 621, V 203, 215, 237–38, XXVI 137 (see also “Cash Book” and Forman, Ezekiel, and Loyalists), and “Trespass Act,” III 94, 511 (see also Quackinboss v Underhill; Rutgers v Eden; Rutgers v Waddington: Thompson adsm Tucker); cases in which Hamilton served as attorney, see “Cash Book” (see also Catharine Bayard v John Cruger, Augustus Van Horne, William Malcom, Samuel Breese, and Aaron Burr; Jacob Cuyler and others v Daniel Brandt and others; Mary Franklin, Executor of Henry Franklin v Teunis Franklin; Samuel Griffin adsm John Cottringer; Hayton v Van Kleeck; Leonard Lawrence executor of Stephen Lawrence deceased v Philip Palmer; Macaulay v Ludlow; Robert McWilliams v Elihu Marshall and James Bingham; Robert Murray, John Murray, and Philip Sansom v James Arden; New York v Massachusetts; Benjamin Paine et al. v Peter Mesier, Jr., and Jacob Van Voorhees; Bartholomew and Anthony Terrason v … The Ship Diligent); clerks and associates, see Adams, Charles, and Le Roy, Jacob, and Livingston, Henry W., and Strong, Joseph, and Ten Broeck, Dirck, and Van Cortlandt, Pierre, Jr., and appreciation by John Adams for Charles Adams, V 363–64, associate or informal partner of, see De Haert, Balthazar, position offered to Samuel Broome, III 661; clients, and accounts of, see “Cash Book,” principal client (and business representative for), see Church, John B. (see also Bank of North America and Chaloner, John, and Le Roy, Jacob, and Livingston, Robert, and Parker, Daniel, and Company and Schuyler, Philip, and Wadsworth, Jeremiah); correspondence as attorney and business agent concerning affairs of various clients and potential clients, III 433, 482, 528, 559–60, 563, 565–66, 566–68, 568, 569, 578, 580, 589, 590, 592–93, 594, 596, 597, 598–99, 601, 604, 610–11, 611, 619, 622, 623, 627, 629–31, 631, 631–32, 638, 640, 642, 650, 651, 654, 656, 658–59, 667, 668, 668–70, 672, 674, 675, 678, 678–79, 682, 683, 690, 691, 691–92, 692, 696, 700, 701, IV 38, 67, 108, 111, 153, 154, 155, 155–56, 158, 160, 232, 234, 277, 278, 317, 346, 492, 648–49, V 7–8, 200–1, 202, 210, 239, 242, 243n, 246, 247, 249, 250, 253, 340, 343, 343–44, 344, XXVI 446, 449, 452, 454, 455, 457, 458, 459, 460, 461–62, 463, 464, 465, 466, 467, 467–68, 470, 472, 474–75, 476, 476–77; Hugh Knox on, III 573–75; law office, location of, XXVI 805; oath taken in order to practice law in N.Y. (1788), III 471; “Suspension of the Rule Requiring Lawyers to Serve a Three-Year Clerkship in Favor of Alexander Hamilton,” III 82–83
—— (law practice while serving as Secretary of the Treasury, 1789–1795): application to, to be a law clerk, XV 248; correspondence concerning John B. Church’s legal and business affairs despite Hamilton’s membership in cabinet, V 514–15, VI 273–74, 278–79, 308, 329, 330n, 332, 347–48, 348–49, VII 136, VIII 180, 279–80, 320, IX 112, 559, XI 522, 565–66, 592, XII 422, 543, XIII 245–47, XIV 304, 533, XV 73, 404, 414–15, 661, XVI 26–27, 41, 129, 219, 339–40, 438, 458–59, 491, XVII 95, XVIII 39–40, XXVI 609–10, 616, 674, 686, 697, 700, 702, 706, 707, 708, 709, 711, 715, 716, 723–24, 725, 726, 727–28, 734–35, 742–43, 744; Hamilton on military and civil law, XVII 315–16, 333, 334–35n, 430; legal letters sent to Hamilton despite his membership in cabinet, VI 184, VIII 185, 309, XII 421–22; suspension of law practice following appointment as Secretary of the Treasury, V 421, VIII 214
(law practice, 1795–1804), cases see

Dominique Allard v John Mouchon

William Bedlow adsm. Medcaff Eden

Andrew Brott v Archibald Gracie

Joseph Buisson v Brigantine Peggy libel

Henry Bull v William Armstrong and George Barnewall

Donald Campbell adsm Joshua Sands, James Barron and Sarah Malcom

John B. Church, Jr. v Tuthill Hubbart

George Clarke ex patent Lindsay v Patentees of Salisbury

Matthew Codd and Martha his wife v Edward Goold and Samuel Bradstreet

Alexander Colden v Lewis Cornwall

Cyrus de Hart, Daniel Halsey and Others v Joseph Beach

Maria Duane v John Voght

Leonard Gansevoort v Gerrit Boon

Thomas Gilbert and Francis Farquharson v Jeremiah Hallett

John Girard v William Armstrong and George Barnwall

Isaac Gomez, Jr., and Abraham A. Rivera v Louis Le Guen, Isaac Gouverneur, Peter Kemble, and Moses Lopez

Charles M. Graham v Nicholas Low

Hall and Stimpson v Riley and Wetmore

Richard S. Hallett v William Burrell, William Houstoun, Paul Skidmore, and Gamaliel Skidmore

Jackson ex dem Staats and others v Carey

Thomas Knox v Joshua Sands

William Laight, John Jacob Astor, and Peter Smith, Appellants, against JohnMorgan (who was impleaded with Jonathan Danforth, and thirty-three others,) Respondent

Elisha Lamoreux v Robert Henry Duncan and his wife

John Langdon v Edward Goold

Lawrence and Dayton v Columbian Insurance Company, Brig Molly

Louis Le Guen v Isaac Gouverneur and Peter Kemble

Herman LeRoy, William Bayard, and Gerrit Boon v Peter Servis and others

[Francis] Lewis v [Aaron] Burr

Brockholst Livingston v William Cooper

Daniel Ludlow and Gulian Ludlow v John B. Coles

Daniel Ludlow and Gulian Ludlow v Archibald Gracie

Daniel Ludlow and Gulian Ludlow v Augier Marie Leremboure and Lewis Simond

Thomas Morris and James Wadsworth v William Bacon

Wade Mosby, Josiah Smith, Paul J. Carrington, Samuel Sacket, and Samuel Watson v Jedediah Leeds and John Mumford

Robert Murray, James V. Murray, George Murray, and John R. Wheaton v Richard Alsop and George W. Pomeroy

Garret G. Newkirk and Leah his wife, and Jannatje Roosa v Cornelius Newkirk, Petrus Dubois, and Ariantje his wife, Cornelius Dumond and Hendricke his wife, Peter Newkirk, Cornelius P. Newkirk, and Elizabeth Newkirk

Isaac Parker and Oliver Mann v Edward Parker and Elias Parker

People v Croswell

People v Levi Weeks

The People of the State of New York v Samuel S. Freer

John Read, Charles Hurst, and Cornelia Remsen, Henry Remsen, and George H. Remsen, executors of Henry Remsen deceased v Joseph Fitch and Eliphalet Fitch

Philip Sansom v Robert Murray, James V. Murray, George W. Murray, and John R. Wheaton

John Schenck, Hendrick Schenck, Abraham Schenck, Letty Schenck, and Margaret Schenck by Frederick Froelinghuysen her next friend v Paul Schenck and Henry A. Williams

James Scott & Company v Columbian Insurance Company and others

Paschal N. Smith v John B. Murray and John B. Mumford

Robert and Hamilton Stewart v Martha Eden, Executrix, and Joseph and Medcef Eden, Executors of Medcef Eden, Sr.

Thomas Stoughton v Dominick Lynch

Benjamin Taylor v Charles Bridgen, Thomas B. Bridgen, Anthony Ernest, Andrew Morris, Mark Tier, Maturin Livingston, Peter R. Livingston, Jean Cadiot, and Francis Delacroix

The United States v The Brigantine Triton, John and William Howland Claimants

The United States v The Brig Rainbow her tackle apparel and furniture, Joachim L. Steinbach of the City of New York Claimant

United States v Schooner Peggy, Joseph Buisson, claimant

The United States v The Ship Liberty

The United States v The Ship Two Marys

The United States v Three Hundred Casks of Porter, Joshua Waddington, claimant

John C. Vandenbeuvel v United States Insurance Company

Vredenburgh v Hallett and Bowne

Benjamin Walker v Robert Morris

James Watson v William Constable

Robert Williams & Cornelius C. Van Wyck v Cyrus de Hart

(law practice, 1795–1804): clerks see Brown, Ethan, and Cochran, James, and Duer, John, and Fay, Joseph Dewey, and Hammond, Judah, and Hudson, Frederick N., and Inglis, James, Jr., and Le Conte, William, and Patterson, John W., and Schuyler, John Cortlandt
(law practice, 1795–1804): correspondence, information, and opinions as attorney and business agent concerning affairs of various clients, XVIII 269, 277, 293, 304, 306, 309–11, 313, 314, 315–16, 330–31, 334, 355, 373, 386, 388, 455n, 456, 461, XIX 147–48, 232, 471, 472, 511–12, XX 54, 70, 124, 140, 146, 168–69, 199, 234–35n, 248, 249, 258, 258–59, 303, 315, 317, 328, 337–38, 352, 395, 417–18, 443, 462, 462–63, 463, 495–96, 514–15, 527, 531, 538, 539, 543, XXI 27, 50, 53, 58, 87, 91, 97–98, 113, 117, 118, 195, 210, 287, 288, 295–96, 297–98, 307, 311–12, 315–16, 331, 348, 351, 361, 381, 389, 441, 448, XXII 27, 60, 78, 81n, 266, 400, 402, 439, 516–17, 524, 529, 534n, XXIII 210, 260, 270–71, XXIV 240, 241n, 273, 314, 419–20, XXV 62, 120, 336, 337, 343, 373, 383, 385, 388, 403, 404, 434, 457, 475, 495, 498, 582n, 584–85, 601, XXVI 1, 8, 10, 18, 29–30, 55, 88, 99, 104n, 118, 123, 125, 125–27, 127, 137, 142, 142–43, 155, 155–56, 156, 157, 157–58, 162, 162–63, 171, 175, 177, 178, 225, 226–27, 233, 234, 235n, 291, 307, 461–62, 754, 759, 761–62, 765–66, XXVII 21; general nature of practice. admission to practice law in U.S. Circuit Court for N.Y. District in Eastern Circuit (1796), XX 108, certificate of admission, XXI 347, appearance before Court of Chancery, (1795) XVIII 333, 336n, (1796) XX 108, 109n, appearance before N.Y. Supreme Court, (1796) XX 51n, 108, 109n, 217n, 352n, 354n, (1797) XX 480, 482n, 538, XXI 51n, 58n, 108n, XXVI 751, (1802) XXVI 59n, 66, 67n, (1803) XXVI 98n, 155n, appearance before Supreme Court as auxiliary counsel, XVIII 40–41, 396–97, 475n, 511n, XIX 86–87, 149, XX 40–41, 63n, 66n, 169n, 206n, association or partnership with Balthazar De Haert, XX 303n, attitude toward fees, XXV 388–89, XXVI 52, difference in nature of practice between 1782–1791 and 1795–1804, XXVI 20, 21n, 191, clients and accounts (“Cash Book,” 1795–1804), XVIII 333n, effect of Quasi-War on practice, XXII 368, 406–7, XXIII 313, emphasis on role of counsel, XXVI 20, 21n, expenses of office (1796), XX 340–41, Hamilton on his practice (1802), XXVI 12, law library of, XVIII 378–79, law office, location of, (1799) XXIII 314n, (1803–1804) XXVI 151n, 170n, 311n, Law Register of, XVIII 333n, preference for law to land speculation, XVIII 310, 328–29, resumption of practice in 1795, XVII 43, 205, 430, XVIII 288, 315, Robert Troup on Hamilton’s practice, XXVI 12n; miscellaneous legal activities, and Associates of the Jersey Company, XXVI 221, 222, 224, 227–29, 229–30, and Carriage Tax case (United States v Hylton), XVIII 40–41, 396–97, 475n, 511n, XIX 86–87, 149, XX 40–41, 63n, 66n, 169n, 206n, and controversy over Conn. Gore, XX 336, XXI 294n, 363n, 441n, XXIV 91, XXV 125, and efforts to release William Duer from debtors’ prison, XX 195–99, and Jedidiah Morse and plagiarism, XX 11, and Sailors’ Snug Harbor, XXV 389n, and St. Mark’s in the Bowery, XXV 389n, and Yazoo land cases, XX 211, 211n (see also Georgia: land speculation in)
Hamilton, Alexander (Hamilton’s grandfather): Laird of Grange, Ayrshire, Scotland, XXV 91n
Hamilton, Alexander (Hamilton’s grandson), I 39n
Hamilton, Alexander (Md.): contemporary of Hamilton, XXVI 451n
Hamilton, Alexander (Scottish cousin of Hamilton, son of William Hamilton, Sr., and brother of Robert Hamilton and Christian Hamilton): discusses family affairs, his own career, and his brother’s affairs, XXI 196–99, XXII 218–20; Hamilton attempts to secure release from French prison, XXI 196n, XXVI 215–16
Hamilton, Alexander, Jr. (Hamilton’s 3rd child and 2nd son, b. May 16, 1786), XVI 628n, XXV 391n, XXVI 96n, 137–38, 216n, 324–25; birth, III 667n, 673n, education, XVII 121, XVIII 246n, XXVI 139n; illness, XVII 287–88; innoculation of, III 697
Hamilton, Alexander I.: contemporary of H., XXVI 451n
Hamilton, Allan McLane (Hamilton’s grandson): The Intimate Life of Alexander Hamilton, I 42n, II 262n, 287n, 350n, 352n, 456n, III 618n, VI 280n, VII 239n, XI 126n, XIV 89n, XV 247n, XVI 225n, XVII 252n, XVIII 288n, 335–36n, XX 43n, 51n, 139n, 311n, XXI 54n, 189–91n, XXII 87n, 213n, XXIII 566n, XXIV 439–40n, 440n, XXV 40n, 41n, 413n, 422n, 450–51n, 451–52n, 606–7n, XXVI 72n, 151n, 183n, 310–11n, 317n, 462n
Hamilton, Angelica (Hamilton’s 2nd child and 1st daughter, b. Sept. 25, 1784), III 595, 604, 673, 697, XV 458, XVI 628n, XVII 121, XXIII 413, XXV 124, 482, XXVI 92, 96n, 138, 152n, 154, 779n; birth, III 572n, 580, description of, XXV 41; education, XV 432; Hamilton advises on behavior, XV 432; illness, XXVI 72n
Hamilton, Christian (cousin of Hamilton, sister of Robert and Alexander Hamilton, daughter of William Hamilton, Sr.), XXIV 264
Hamilton, Daniel (Pa.): excise opposition, XII 305n, XVII 33n, 189n
Hamilton, Sir David, of Cadzow (1st in line of Hamilton family, d. 1374), XXV 91n
Hamilton, David (Pa.): excise opposition, XII 305n, 520n, XVII 33n, 56n, 184; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 378, 380n, 384
Hamilton, Eliza (Hamilton’s 7th child and 2nd daughter, b. Nov. 20, 1799), XXIV 230, XXV 418n, XXVI 95, 152n, 216n; illness, XXIV 220, 223. See also Holly, Eliza (Mrs. Sidney A.)
Hamilton, Elizabeth Pollock (Hamilton’s paternal grandmother), XXV 91n
Hamilton, Elizabeth Schuyler, II 525, 526, 533, 535, 539, 543, 552, 588, 569, 572, 586, 587, 588, 592, 593, 599n, 600, 604, 641, 644, 646, III 10n, 70, 93, 97, 119, 129, 130, 151, 184, 193, 258, 267, 350, 432, 435, 460, 463, 464, 473, 474, 475, 476, 477, 505, 508, 510, 522, 524–25, 559, 561, 565, 569, 572, 574, 575, 576, 577, 579, 584, 585, 595, 598, 604, 608, 620, 626, 640, 658, 667, 683, IV 114, 279, 281, 283, 285, 375, 653, V 203n, 228, 230, 233, 340, 345, 413, 497, 501–2, VI 50, 245, 274n, 489n, 491, 511, VII 137, 344, 409–10, 411, 436, 445, VIII 240, 305, 343–44, 532, IX 4, 163, 266, 267n, 405, 514, 549, 563, X 347, 581, XI 344, 378, 405, XII 280, 297, 353, 608, XIII 246, 525, XIV 201, 341, 360, 537, XV 63, 212, 247, 360, 417, 432, 457, 593, XVI 58, 206, 225, 458, 591, 609, 616, XVII 296, XVIII 33n, 187, 245–46, 259, 262, 276, 281–82, 287–88, 296, 300–1, 307, 309, 311, 313, 354, 359, 397, XIX 204, 297, 308, 312, XX 37, 56, 141, 162, 216, 233, 235–36, 392, 419, 455n, 461, 472, XXI 13, 29, 53, 199, 212, 215, 286–87, 299, 310, 324, 326, 349, 358, 387, 388, 398n, 402, 528, XXII 77, 80, 194, 218, 220, 369, 404, 435, 443, 446, 451, XXIII 173, 180, 207, 407–8, 437, 553, XXIV 33, 97, 104, 182, 199, 213, 219, 256, 265, 278, 351, 363, 402, 412, 428n, 536, 602, XXV 28, 36, 42, 49, 61, 84, 124, 140, 252, 289, 336, 371, 374, 401, 413, 416, 443, 489, 586, XXVI 19, 21, 27, 30, 36, 60n, 72, 76, 80, 100, 101, 124, 154, 217, 407, 410, 411, 419, 424–25, 429, 430, 448, 471, 661, 682; accounts of, III 9, 17, 50, 55, 59, 60, VII 155, XIV 352–53, XVII 101, 291, 415, XX 352n, XXI 111n, 469, XXVI 146n, 212; and authorship of The Federalist, IV 293–94; co-author of letter to Robert Morris (1781) on administration of U.S., II 604n; comments on Hamilton’s writings, I 44n; Congress, acts for relief of, XXVI 288n; death of mother, XXVI 93, 111–12; and death of Philip Hamilton, XXV 435, 435–39, 469, 584; and Hamilton’s abortive duel with James Monroe, XXI 181; and Hamilton’s absence on expedition against Whiskey Insurrectionists, XVII 287–88, 291, 350, 357, 415; and Hamilton’s estate, XVIII 507n; and Hamilton’s last days of life, XXVI 310–11n, 317n, 346–47; Hamilton’s letters to, II 647–48, 652–53, 666–67, 667–68, 668–69, 674, 675, 677, 677–78, 682, 683, III 198, 226–27, 235, 238, 413–14, 482, 572, 599, 673, 684, V 34, 342–43, 579, VII 33, 35, VIII 581, IX 6–7, 24, 25–26, 87, 172–73, XVI 627–28, XVII 14–15, 78, 84–85, 101–2, 121, 315, 330–31, XX 353, 353–54, XXI 49–50, 51, 55–56, 175, 177, 294, 296, 335, 360, 482–83, 485, 496, 518–19, 536, XXII 61, 61–62, 232–33, 236, 251, 313, 314, 315, 340, 400, XXIII 55, 55–56, 538, XXIV 220–21, 223, 224, 229–30, 517, 524–25, 587–88, 594, XXV 327–28, 339, 340, 342–43, 346, 346–47, 347, 348–49, 417–18, 421, 422, 427, 428, 428–29, 481–82, XXVI 58–59, 59–60, 66, 93, 94–95, 95–96, 159–60, 162, 168, 170, 181, 231, 615–16, 619, 778, 803, 805, 811; Hamilton’s letters to, to be delivered after his death, XXVI 293, 307–8, 336, 337n; health of, XV 619, XVII 15, 392, 428–29, XVIII 18, XXI 482, XXV 580–81; inheritance from father, XXVI 146n, 289; inheritance from Hamilton, XXVI 302, 303n, 305–6; inheritance from mother, XXVI 289; land conveyance by, XXVI 212; letters from Angelica Church, XVI 380n, XX 43n, 334n; letter to Angelica Church, V 502; letters to Hamilton, II 674, VIII 591, IX 8, XVII 60, 325, XX 352, XXV 427–28, XXVI 615; petition to Congress for Hamilton’s pay in American Revolution, I 191–93, 194n, XXVI 287–88n; possibility of slave ownership by, II 642, 643n; rental of house from Comfort Sands, XVIII 334; and “Reynolds Affair,” X 377n, 378–79, XXI 139, 144, 163–64, 175, 177, 222, 227, 243–44, 251, 256, 264; sale of city lots to John B. Church, XXI 469; sale of house by, XIV 352–53; subscription by, to fund for refugees, XV 601; and Washington’s Farewell Address, XX 172–73; yellow fever, illness with, XV 325n, 336, 342n, 343–48, 376, XXVI 117n, possibility of children becoming ill with, XV 398–99. See also Schuyler, Elizabeth
Hamilton, Henry: governor of Bermuda, XVI 414n, XXI 360n; It. governor of Canada and American Revolution, capture and exchange of, II 289, 291, 301
Hamilton, J.: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 296
Hamilton, James: Army (Quasi-War), riot, XXV 45n
Hamilton, James, Sr. (Hamilton’s father), I 3n, 35n, III 184n, 617–18, XXII 61n, 220n; death of, XII 223n; Hamilton’s description of relationship to, XXV 89–90; Hamilton sends money to, XVIII 503–4, 505, XXI 79n; Hamilton urges to come to U.S., II 350, XXI 79; misfortunes of, XII 223, XVIII 505, XXI 77; sends Hamilton news of his situation in Danish West Indies, XIV 536–37, XXVI 843
Hamilton, James, Jr. (Hamilton’s brother), I 2, 3n, III 612; Hamilton commiserates with, and hopes he comes to U.S., III 617–18
Hamilton, James Alexander (Hamilton’s 4th child and 3rd son, b. April 14, 1788), I 39n, XVI 628n, XXIII 599n, XXVI 96n, 138, 231, 325n, 462; comments on The Federalist, IV 291; and documents concerning Washington’s “Farewell Address,” XX 172, 173; education, XVII 121, XXVI 139n, 282n; Hamilton writes thesis for, XXVI 281–82; illness, IX 7–8, 24, 26, XXVI 619; Reminiscences of James A. Hamilton, III 226n, 618n, XV 432n, XX 170n, 172n, 173n, XXI 54n, XXVI 216n, 282n, 462n
Hamilton, James Inglis: British Army (American Revolution), prisoner exchange, XXVI 383
Hamilton, J. G. de Rouhlac: “William Richardson Davie: A Memoir,” XXVI 3n
Hamilton, John: British consul, Norfolk, Va., XIV 427n, XVI 202n, 389n, 403n, 406, XVIII 9n, 17n, XXI 422n; introduces British naval officer, XXVI 111
Hamilton, John: deputy clothier general for the southern army (American Revolution), and claim of Nathanael Greene, X 431, 432, 453n
Hamilton, John (Md.): Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 634
Hamilton, John (Pa.), XVII 370n; excise opposition, XII 305n, 308n, XVII 32, 182, 183; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 366, 372–73
Hamilton, John Church (Hamilton’s 5th child and 4th son, b. Aug. 22, 1792), XVI 461n, 462n, 627, XVII 330, XX 392, XXI 295n, 383n, XXIII 173, 538, XXIV 512, XXV 436, XXVI 95, 271n, 311n, 325n; on authorship of “The Examination,” XXV 450, of The Federalist, IV 281, 291, 297n, 299, 299n, 300, 494n, 503n, 514–15n, 524–26n, 527–28n, 534n; birth, XV 399n, XXVI 682n; and documents concerning Washington’s “Farewell Address,” XX 172, 173; ed., The Federalist, IV 288n, 291n, 295n, 296n, 297n, 494n, 503n, 514n, 527n, 534n; and Hamilton’s “View of the Commercial Regulations of France and Great Britain in Reference to the United States,” XIII 407n, 414n, 415n, 416n, 418n, 422n, 423n, 424n, 425n, 426n, 429n; illness, XVI 591, 597, 616, XVII 14–15, 78, 84, 101, 121; Life of Alexander Hamilton, a History of the Republic of the United States of America, I 263n, II 676n, 682n, III 110, 122n, 171–72n, 244–45n, 514n, 530n, 618n, 677n, IV 1n, 147n, 152n, 248–49n, 253–54n, 277n, 280n, 288n, V 561n, VII 1n, 616n, X 8n, XI 172n, XII 342n, XIII 407n, XV 356n, 637n, XVI 357n, XVII 61n, 97n, 331n, XVIII 375n, 461n, 485n, XX 173n, 226n, 318n, 482n, 499n, XXV 271n, 286n, 304n, 319n, 450n, 513n, 545n, XXVI 187n, 292n, 310n, 310–11n, 431n; The Life of Alexander Hamilton, I 39n, 43n, III 83n, IV 184n, 253–54n, XV 669n; ed., The Works of Alexander Hamilton, I 39n, 81n, 210n, 213n, 241n, 263n, 271n, 294n, 353n, 362n, 363n, 364n, 422–23n, 501n, 506n, 532n, 546n, 563n, II 5n, 34n, 36n, 75n, 103n, 105n, 133n, 157n, 159n, 161n, 211n, 235, 338n, 447n, 450n, 460–61n, 461n, 510n, 525n, 563n, 565n, 566n, 567n, 568n, 583n, 605n, 668n, III 4n, 83n, 95n, 102n, 103n, 116n, 132n, 160n, 165n, 191n, 223n, 229n, 240n, 255n, 258n, 283n, 311n, 317n, 352n, 378n, 400n, 420n, 426n, 436n, 438n, 442n, 460n, 524n, 584n, 636n, IV 40, 93n, 144n, 227n, 242n, 248–49n, 648n, V 1n, 10n, 137n, 178n, 185n, 203n, 231n, VI 43n, 346n, 466n, VII 407n, VIII 64, 450n, IX 76n, 129n, XI 172n, 409n; 461n; XII 197n, 370n, 391n, XIII 408–10n, 413n, 414n, 415n, 416n, 418n, 422n, 423n, 424n, 425n, 426n, 429n, XIV 398n, XV 130n, 145n, 170n, 184n, 203n, 224n, 243n, 316n, 402n, 669n, XVI 12n, 204n, 320n, 384n, 462n, 495n, XVII 132n, 161n, 177n, 410n, 584n, XVIII 286n, 379n, 456n, 460n, XIX 74n, 518n, 519n, 520n, 521n, XX 83n, 122n, 137n, 161n, 209n, 226n, 241n, 248–49n, 421n, 455n, 482n, 488n, 497n, 510n, 534n, XXI 103n, 107n, 366n, 403n, 453n, 455n, 488n, XXII 46n, 61n, 405n, 577n, XXIII 41n, 303n, 599n, XXIV 142n, 478n, 531n, XXV 2n, 244n, 255n, 275n, 304n, 315n, 325n, 338n, 341n, 348n, 349n, 450n, 484n, 513n, 545n, 577n, 584n, 589n, 605n, 609n, XXVI 104n, 117n, 149n, 200n, 431n, 776n
Hamilton, Joseph: Hudson, N.Y., physician, sends Hamilton pamphlet on smallpox, XXIV 85, and Hamilton’s acknowledgement, XXIV 167
Hamilton, Mary (Hamilton’s granddaughter and daughter of James Alexander Hamilton), I 39n
Hamilton, Milton W.: ed., The Papers of Sir William Johnson, XVIII 336n
Hamilton, Philip (I) (Hamilton’s 1st child and 1st son, b. Jan. 22, 1782), I 42n, III 150, 198, 226, 238, 350, 414, 572, 574, 604, 673, V 501, VI 491, XVI 628n, XVII 121, 287–88, XX 392, 393n, XXV 64, 84, 328, 429, 441; birth, III 69, 70, 71n, 121n, XXVI 424–25; duel and death of, XXV 435, 435–38n, 439, 440, 469, 490, 498, 499n, 583–84, 607n, XXVI 72n, 237, 241n; education, III 20, IX 560–61, XVII 121n, 288n, XVIII 245–46, XXI 53–54, XXV 64–65n, 85n, 289n; gift to, from Philip Schuyler, XXI 53–54; Hamilton’s rules of conduct for, XXV 288–89; illness, XXI 294, XXIV 223
Hamilton, Philip (II) (Hamilton’s 8th and last child and 6th son, b. June 2, 1802), II 29n, XXV 391n, XXVI 96, 170, 216n; birth, XXV 581n, XXVI 19
Hamilton, Robert: Canadian official merchant at Niagara, XIV 12, 316
Hamilton, Robert W. (Hamilton’s nephew and son of William Hamilton, Sr.), XXIV 78, 105, XXVI 215; appointment to, and service in U.S. Navy, XXI 80n, XXII 162, 206, 209, 217, XXIV 264–65, XXV 9, 196n; character and career before joining U.S. Navy, XXI 197–98; Hamilton assists in securing U.S. Navy appointment, XXII 60–61, 152, 162, 168–69, 171, 173, 206, 217, 218–19, 220n; welcomed to U.S. by Hamilton, XXI 79
Hamilton, Stanislaus Murray: ed., The Writings of James Monroe Including a Collection of His Public and Private Papers and Correspondence Now for the First Time Printed, XX 219–20n, 330n, XXI 302n
Hamilton, Walter (Hamilton’s nephew and son of William Hamilton, Sr.): merchant in India, XXI 198
Hamilton, William, Sr. (Hamilton’s uncle and current Laird of Grange, Ayrshire, Scotland), XX 538, XXII 61n, 218; Hamilton summarizes his life in letter to, XXI 77–79; son discusses family affairs for, XXI 196–99
Hamilton, William, Jr. (Hamilton’s nephew, son of William Hamilton, Sr.), XXI 198, XXIV 264; career, XXIV 265n
Hamilton, William Stephen (Hamilton’s 6th child and 5th son, b. Aug. 4, 1797), XXV 124, XXVI 95, 325n; birth, XXI 51n, 183n, 201, 212n, 286, 310, XXV 418n
Hamilton College, XI 372n, XIX 147n, XXVI 511n
Hamilton-Oneida Academy: founding of, XV 642, XIX 147n, XXVI 511n; mortgage, XIX 146–47
“Hamilton on the Louisiana Purchase: A Newly Identified Editorial from the New-York Evening Post,” XXVI 129n
Hammell, Jury: Army (American Revolution), I 534
Hammersly, —— (Mr.): and vacancy in Md. inspectorship of revenue, XIV 288
Hammond, —— (Mrs.): and Hamilton’s law practice, V 343
Hammond, Abijah: New York City merchant, XIII 44, XV 217, 644, XX 392; Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 106, 165, 353; comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 103; debt to Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 303; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 38, 52; and loan to Edmund Randolph, XV 648, 651, 658, XVI 104; and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, XIII 17, 31–32, XV 107, 159, XVI 21–22; testifies in case involving Treasury certificates, VIII 272, 284
Hammond, Abner: and Edmond Charles Genet’s plans for attack on Ha., XV 625n
Hammond, Bray: Banks and Politics in America from the Revolution to the Civil War, VII 237n, 241n, 242n, 248n, 250n, XI 503n, XXVI 104n, 619n
Hammond, Eli: Additional Army candidate (Tenn.), XXII 311
Hammond, Garner: shipmaster, and customs regulations, XVI 23
Hammond, George: British Minister Plenipotentiary to U.S. (1791–1795), appointment, VIII 278n, 517, IX 4, 30n, 289, 291, XXVI 681n, British and American relations with France, XIV 439–40, 451–54, 535, 548–49n, XV 2–3, 5, 24, 25–26, 87, 113n, 170n, 182–83, 185n, 256n, 381–82, 682–83, XVI 23–24, 141–42n, 203n, 242–43n, 414n, 485–87n, 511–12n, 513, 553n, 559, 560n, 560–61, XVII 113n, 435, 576, XVIII 24, XIX 270n, 271–72, 277n; and captured British officers, XVI 388, 393n, 399–401, 402–3, 405–6, 412; career, X 374n; dispatches to Lord Grenville, X 351n, 374n, 493n, 493–94n, 498n, 498–99n, XI 213n, 347n, 447n, 448–49n, 455n, XII 2n, XIII 148n, 214n, 326n, 410, XIV 139n, 195n, 273n, 527n, XV 164n, 257n, 258n, 373n, 381–82, 382–83n, 682n, XVI 141n, 128–29n, 280n, 281n, 549n, XVII 460n, XVIII 530n; and Fauchet’s Dispatch No. 10, XVIII 527n, XIX 432; Hamilton’s conversations with, on Anglo-American relations (including relations with Indians and France), X 373–74, 493–96, 498–99, XI 212–13, 347, 446–47, 454–55, XII 1–3, XIII 147–48, 213–15, 326, XIV 138–39, 193–95, 273, 525–26, XV 162–64, 257, 372–73, 682, XVI 141, 280, 281–86, 548–49, XVII 459–60; infractions of peace treaty (1783), XI 408–14, XIX 77–78, 209n, 241; instructions, IX 5n, X 374–75n, 496n, XI 447n, XIV 273–74n, 415n, XVI 280n, 348n, 487n, 549n, XVII 435n, 460n, XIX 117n, XXI 497n; and Jay Treaty, XVI 323n, 324–25n, 513–15, XVIII 390n, 425n, 515, 530n, 531n, XIX 150, 269n; and league of Armed Neutrality, XVI 549–50n; negotiations with Jefferson, X 492n, 495n, 499n, XI 317, 317n, 408–14, 455n, XII 45n, XIII 326–28, 410n, XIV 439–40, 451–54, 548–49n, XV 2–3, 5, 7, 24, 25–26, 87, 113n, 170n, 182–83, 382–83n, 473–74n, 609n, XVI 24n, XIX 77–78n, 83, 104n, 241, 270n, 271, XXV 592–93, XXVI 704n; negotiations with Edmund Randolph, XVI 141–42n, 203n, 242–43n, 291–92n, 346, 348n, 388–89n, 393n, 414n, 485–87n, 511–12n, 553n, 560n, XVII 113n, 435–36n, 576, XVIII 24, XIX 145n, 206n; proposed meeting with Indians, XIII 382–83, XIV 9n; recall of, XVIII 205, 530n, XX 174n, XXI 441n; on U.S. neutrality, XVI 130, 282–83, 300n, 324–25n, 346, 513–15, XIX 206n, XXV 593n, and embargo, XVI 256–57, 294, 295, 310–11
Hammond, Jabez D.: The History of Political Parties in the State of New York from the Ratification of the Federal Constitution to December, 1840, XXI 14n, XXIV 453n, XXVI 188n
Hammond, Judah: Hamilton’s law clerk, XXVI 311n
Hammond, Nicholas: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 294
Hammond, Otis G.: ed., Letters and Papers of Major-General John Sullivan, I 284n, 538n
Hammond, Samuel: and Edmond Charles Genet’s plans for attack on Fla., XV 625n
Hammond, Thomas: American shipmaster, sloop seized by British, VI 279
Hammond, Thomas: and death of Washington, XXIV 117n
Hampden, John: English champion of rights of Parliament, XV 61
Hampshire County, Mass.: excise survey, VIII 189, IX 427; recruiting district (Quasi-War), XXII 494, XXIII 29, 82
Hampshire County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Hampton, William: American shipmaster, and British violations of rights of neutrals, XXI 457n
Hampton, Va., XIII 91, XVI 354n, 523n; in American Revolution, I 323; port of entry, collector of customs at, see Jones, Thomas, and Wray, George, and Wray, Jacob, accounts, XI 237, XV 668, customs accounts, XIII 38–39, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87, inspector of revenue for the port of, see Jones, Thomas; revenue cutter at, VII 446–47, 448, 449, VIII 317n
Hampton Roads, Va.: and American Revolution, II 8; port of entry, XIX 179n
Hamtramck, John F.: Regular Army (1790), expedition against Indians, VII 344, 609–12, pay for companies under his command, IX 473, (1791) XXVI 626, (1792) articles of agreement with Wabash Indians, XI 416n, 448n, (Quasi-War) XXII 437–38, 451–52, 578–79n, 586, XXIII 7, 79–80, 84–85, 85, 86, 90–91, 92n, 104n, 104–5, 115, 120, 131–32, 139, 145–46n, 146, 151, 164–65, 170, 209, 230–32, 253, 271, 440, 473, 474–75, 502–5, 581, 597–98, 608, 614, 636, 643, 644, 645, 657, 659, 663, 664, 670, 672, 682, 685, 686, XXIV 16–19, 34, 36, 62, 65, 77, 80–81, 84, 85–86, 109–10, 110, 224–25, 227, 244, 287, 295–96, 302, 404–5, 411, 414–15, 432, 531, 549, 598–600, 603, 608, 620, 621, 626, 627, 635, 638, 646, 647, 651, 654, 656, 657, 661, 665, 667, 670, 673, XXV 7, 8, 72
“Hancock”: pseudonym of author of article opposing Jay Treaty, XIX 278, 279n
Hancock, John, XV 129n, XXIV 575n; governor of Mass., VII 78, XV 182, XXVI 674, and election of 1788, V 226, 228, 231, and French privateers, XV 273–76, 314–15, honorary degree from Harvard, XII 284n, and officers for Mass. revenue cutter, XXVI 555, and ratification of Constitution, V 176 (see also “Treasury Department circulars to the governors of the states”); president of Continental Congress (1775–1777), I 210n, 230, 237, 240, 265, 278n, 292, 312, 313, 314, 317, 318, 319, 320, 322n, 325, 326, 327–28, 331–32, 337, 344, 442n, VI 362n, XIII 192n
Hancock, John (Va.): Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 77, 633, 655, XXIV 547, 661
Hancock County, Mass.: recruiting district (Quasi-War), XXIII 29
Hand, Edward: Army (American Revolution), I 236, 323, 340, 565, 589, II 26, 138, 367, 517, 519, III 234, 252n, XXVI 389; comments on Additional Army candidates (Pa.), XXII 134, 138, 140, 142, 143, 144, 145; his and Hamilton’s rank in Army (Quasi-War), XXII 9, 19, 25, 32, 151, 159, 387n; inspector of revenue, Survey No. 3 (Pa.), VIII 189, 217, candidate for supervisor of revenue (Pa.), XVI 482, pay, IX 427–28, and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 368–69; proposed as Secretary of War, XIX 438
Handkerchiefs: manufacture of, X 93, 222, 332
Handy, Levin: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 288; comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 297
Hanes (Haines), John: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 587, XXIV 248, 357
Hanholt, John: claim against Government, XI 359
Hanks, Benjamin: and silk production in Conn., IX 355n
Hanks, Uriah: and silk production in Conn., IX 355n
Hanna, William: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 380n
Hannah, Andrew: pay for Army supplies, XVII 524
Hannah, Stephen: comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 134
Hannah (schooner from Bowdoin, Me.): and customs regulations, XXVI 649n
Hannah (schooner from Bristol, R.I.): and customs regulations, XV 395, 435, 597, XVI 1–2
Hannah (sloop from Havre de Grace, Md.): and Government dispatches to France, XV 267n, 280, 590, 626
Hannah (sloop from Martinico): and customs regulations, XI 27
Hannah (sloop from N.Y.): and customs regulations, XVI 164
Hannan, Henry: death of, coroner’s report, XXVI 321n
Hannibal, I 484, IV 314, V 357
Hannum, James: comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 142
Hanover, Germany: electorate of, I 382, IV 236n, 242n; Treaty of, IV 393
Hanover County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Hanover Township, N.J., XXVI 796, 799
Hanrahan, Walter: contractor for improving navigation, Wilmington, N.C., XIII 442n
Hanseatic League, VIII 277, XIII 429, 434; as example to U.S., IV 183
Hansen, Alida Livingston (Mrs. Henry) (sister of Philip Livingston), XXVI 475n
Hansen, Henry, XXVI 475n
Hanson, Alexander Contee: report on petition of, XI 342–43
Hanson (Hansen), John W.: certificate on loyalty during American Revolution, and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 49
Hanson (Hansen), Mary (Mrs. John W.): petition to N.Y. legislature, and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 49–50n
Hanson, Samuel: and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XII 487–88; surveyor of customs, Alexandria, Va., and dispute with Charles Lee, X 523n, XXVI 668–69, and dispute with John Fitzgerald, XV 155, fees of, XXVI 497, 508–9, resignation, XV 403
Hanson, Thomas: and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XII 487–88
Happy Return (brig): and customs regulations, VI 501, VII 58, 86, XXVI 576
Harback, John: payment for interest on loan office certificate, XIII 99
Harbors, see Ports and harbors, fortification of
Harden, John: pension paid to widow of, XVII 517
Hardenbergh, Jacob (son of Johannes Hardenbergh): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 619, 700
Hardenbergh, Johannes: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 22, 619
Hardenbrook, —— (Mr.): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 37
Hardenbrook, John A.: member, coroner’s jury, Hamilton’s death, XXVI 319, 320
Hardestty, Richard G.: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 304
Hardie, James: and Hamilton’s law practice, XIX 471, 472; Philip Hamilton’s tutor, III 20
Hardin, John: mission to Indians, XII 147n
Harding, John: pension to widow of, XV 560, 564, 581
Harding, Seth: grant to, for service on U.S.S. Alliance, XI 11–12n, XII 270, XIII 104
Hardit, —— (Mr.): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 30
Hardman, Henry: Army (American Revolution), II 94
Hardoorit, —— (Mr.): innkeeper, and Hamilton’s trip to Philadelphia (American Revolution), I 413
Hardy, Joseph, V 404; accountant, Treasury Department in Confederation, VII 101; principal clerk, comptroller’s office, Treasury Department, VIII 169, 284n, 287n, 399, 486, and customs regulations, VIII 328, 480, 481, pay, XIII 46, 74, 107, 142
Hardy, Samuel: delegate, Continental Congress (Va.), XXV 117, “Elegy on the Death of” attributed to Hamilton, III 624
Hardy, William: report on the petition of, XVI 76–77
Hardy County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Hare, Amos: lawsuit of, XXII 187
Hare, Charles Willing: Philadelphia attorney, William Bingham’s agent, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXV 498, XXVI 171; judge advocate (Quasi-War), XXII 608, 609, 611, XXIII 360, 371, XXIV 343
Hare, Robert: comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 142
Hare (Spanish frigate): seizure of American ship off Peru, XIV 430n
Harford County, Md., IX 511n; excise survey, IX 428, XII 94
Hargis, Abraham: lighthouse keeper, Cape Henlopen, Del., VI 458, 468, 479, 562, 570, 575, X 504, and contract for well, XI 544n, 549, XIII 336
Hargrave, Francis: ed., Collectania Juridica …, XXVI 228
Haring, John: auditor to liquidate accounts of N.Y. troops (American Revolution), III 132n; and N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 156n
Harison, George F. (son of Richard Harison): Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 380
Harison, Richard: New York City attorney and friend of Hamilton, IX 247, XI 111, XV 341n, 588, XVIII 315, 486n, XX 381, XXII 380, XXIII 271n, XXVI 323, 324n; and dispute between N.Y. and Vt., IV 126–41, V 162–63n; and election of 1801, XXV 375n; his and Hamilton’s law practices, V 421, XVIII 43, 315–16, 340, 355, 364–65, XIX 201, 216, 318n, XX 140n, 184, 189, 258–59, 462–63, XXI 105n, 120, 151, 308, 309–10n, 315n, XXIII 10n, XXV 278, 316, 318n, 373n, 389n, 397–99, 400, 513, XXVI 16n, 17, 26, 104n, 142, 145n, 222n, 285, 312, 766n; member, N.Y. Ratifying Convention, IV 651, V 12, 63n, 67n, 104n, 145n; and Quasi-War, XXIII 344, 634, 653, 670, XXV 14, 44–45; recorder of New York City, XXII 448, 491, 508; and repeal of Judiciary Act (1801), XXV 521n; U.S. attorney for the District of N.Y., VIII 238, IX 107, X 369–71, XI 132n, 484, XIII 387, XVI 22–23, XIX 133n, XXI 482n, XXIV 391n, accounts and pay, VIII 511–12, 548, IX 483, XI 522, XII 403, XIII 469–70, XV 11, 501, XVII 497, comments on questions concerning Federal statutes and cases, V 413–14, 521–22, VI 300, 492, VII 103, VIII 5–6, 284, 352–54, IX 483–84, XVI 416, 585, XVII 398–99, XXIII 181–82, Hamilton cites opinions of, V 575, VI 456, VII 390, IX 16, 82, 197–98, XII 69–70, 201, XXVI 547–48, Hamilton’s instructions to, and Harison’s replies, VIII 184, 197, 202–3, 236, 251–53, 283, 295, 316, XIV 287, 534–35, 539, XV 11–12 (see also “Treasury Department circulars to the district attorneys”), Hamilton’s requests concerning Federal statutes and cases, V 410, 504–6, VI 296, 480, VII 123–24, 607, VIII 272, 312–13, XI 479, XII 288–89, XXIII 344
Harlem, N.Y., III 23n
Harlem Creek, N.Y.: and American Revolution, I 573
Harlem Heights, N.Y.: in American Revolution, headquarters, I 189
Harlem River, N.Y.: and American Revolution, I 573n, II 389, 390
Harley (Harly), John: petition of, XI 288
Harlow (Harlie), Edward: British explorer and settlement of North America, III 708
Harman, Jacob: British deserter (American Revolution), I 588–89
Harmar, Josiah: Army (American Revolution), II 64; and Francisco de Miranda, III 587; Regular Army (1783–1791), XI 362, XXII 285n, XXVI 626n, 668n, and campaign against Indians (1790), VI 486n, VII 345n, 416, 609–12, VIII 164, 213n, 343n, X 374–75n, 501n, XI 240, XII 301, XV 605, XXVI 572n, and pay for his troops, VI 539; and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 252n, 372n
Harmony (schooner): and customs regulations, XVII 6
Harnage, Henry: Army (American Revolution), II 27, 74
Harner, Christian: petition of, XI 288
Harness: manufacture of, X 169, 283
Harper, Catherine Carroll (Mrs. Robert G.) (daughter of Charles Carroll of Carrollton), XXVI 192n
Harper, Charles Carroll (grandson of Charles Carroll of Carrollton): and Hamilton’s law practice, XXIV 420–21n
Harper, Emily (granddaughter of Charles Carroll of Carrollton): and Hamilton’s law practice, XXIV 420–21
Harper, John: Indian interpreter, XI 344
Harper, Robert Goodloe: Baltimore, Md., attorney, XXV 511–12, Hamilton writes to, on politics and impeachments of judges, XXVI 190–93; member, House of Representatives (S.C.), XX 468n, 484n, XXI 463n, XXIV 64, 289n, Additional Army candidate (S.C.), XXII 39, 63, XXIII 613, Bystander: or A Series of Letters on the Subject of the “Legislative Choice” of Electors in Maryland, XXIV 450n, The Case of the Georgia Sales on the Mississippi, XX 211n, comment on Additional Army candidate (Ky.), XXII 287, describes political situation in N.C., XX 369–72, and land speculation in N.Y., XXIV 421n, “A Letter from Robert Goodloe Harper to his Constituents,” XXIV 511, marriage, XXIV 65n, Observations on the Dispute between the United States and France …, XXI 348, 350n, 393n, XXIII 22–23n, and presidential campaign (1800), XXIV 450, 568–70, XXV 37, 59n, 75, 113, 193n, 283n, suggests Hamilton be Secretary of War, XXI 449, and Yazoo land companies, XIX 311, XX 211n
Harper, Robert Goodloe, Jr. (grandson of Charles Carroll of Carrollton): and Hamilton’s law practice, XXIV 420n
Harper, William: member, N.Y. Assembly, IV 2n, 21n, 24n, 27n, 37n, 106n, 109, 110n; member, N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 167n
Harpers Ferry, Va.: and Quasi-War, arsenal at, XXII 243, 352, XXIII 469, 484, assembly point for troops, XXII 349, 462, XXIII 520, 525–26, 553, XXIV 42, 204, 270n, 331–32, chaplain at, XXIV 156n, organization of troops at, XXIV 397–98, 480, 544–55, public works at, XXIV 230–32, supplies for, XXIII 539, 568–69, 571–72, 573, winter quarters at, XXIII 446, 464, 484, 512n, 512–13, 515n, 568–69, 571–72, 573, XXIV 16n, 88, 380n; War Department agent at, see Mackey, John
Harpur, James: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 298
Harpur, Richard: Hamilton’s tutor, account with, I 44
Harpur, Robert: comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 143; and Hamilton’s accounts and law practice, III 20, 27, 30; deputy secretary of state (N.Y.), III 189, 679–80; member, N.Y. Assembly, III 109n; secretary, University of the State of N.Y., XXVI 454
Harpur, Samuel A.: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 297
Harriet (brig): violation of embargo, XXVI 175–76n
Harrington, Abijah: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 318, 322, 339; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 138, 166
Harrington, Daniel: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 646–47
Harrington, Virginia: The New York Merchant on the Eve of the Revolution, I 8n, 25n
Harriot (brig): and customs regulations, XII 375, XIII 26
Harris, Daniel: lighthouse keeper, New London, Conn., contract for supplies, XIII 33, 347, 356, pay, VII 64
Harris, David: cashier, Baltimore, Md., branch of Bank of the U.S., report to Treasury Department, XIII 495
Harris, George: and Hamilton’s accounts and law practice, III 21–22
George Harris v John Hawkins: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 21, 46
George Harris v Mary Harris, executrix of James Harris: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 61
George Harris v Thomas and Fowler: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 62
George Harris v S. Treadwell: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 22
Harris, James, see Malmesbury, 1st earl of
Harris, John: shipmaster, V 494
Harris, John (Pa.): Army contractor (Quasi-War), XXIII 661, 677, XXIV 671
Harris, Patrick C.: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 76
Harris, Richard: collector of customs, Marblehead, Mass., accounts, XIII 36–37, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85, death, VI 553n, IX 521, XXVI 554n. See also “Treasury Department circulars to the collectors of the customs”
Harris, William: petition of, XI 287
Harris and Blachford (Blackford): British merchants in Charleston, S.C., and petition of Catharine Greene, X 444, 445, 457, 460, 466, XVIII 353
Harrisburg, N.C.: Washington’s visit to, VIII 243
Harrison, Benjamin (Md.): Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 295
Harrison, Benjamin, Sr.: governor of Va. and signer of Declaration of Independence, V 8n, VI 15n, XXVI 451n; and petition of Catharine Greene, X 413n, 422n, 450; and troop mutiny (American Revolution), III 360n
Harrison, Benjamin, Jr., VII 102; commission agent for Robert Morris (American Revolution), V 8, VI 15; payment of interest on loan office certificates, XIII 99; and petition of David M. Randolph, XIII 202–4
Harrison, Mrs. Burton, see Lamb, Martha J.
Harrison, Charles: Army (American Revolution), II 486, XXVI 371
Harrison, George: Philadelphia merchant and partner of Samuel Sterett, XVI 368n, XX 393n, XXIV 413n; and business dealings with Robert Morris, XVIII 297, 468, 506, XXV 168–69n; purchaser of Treasury bills, XIII 497
Harrison, George T.: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 94
Harrison, John: assistant deputy quartermaster general of N.Y. (American Revolution), and petition of Barent I. Staats, XVI 93n
Harrison, John: English horologist, and John Fitch’s invention of steamboat, IV 491
Harrison, Lemuel: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 280
Harrison, Richard: Va. merchant and auditor of the Treasury Department, IX 530, XI 512–13, XII 153, 156n, 277, 553, 604, XIV 210, 451, 465, 484n, 497–98, XV 52, 218, 436, XVI 47–48, 80n, 93n, 97, 106n, 205, 206–7n, 294, 301, 415n, 421n, 558n, 563, XVII 213–14, XVIII 459, XXII 297, 308, XXIV 178n, appointment, IX 530n, career, XXII 297n, claim of Beaumarchais, XX 359n, claim of Silas and Barnabas Deane, XII 151–52, claim of Andrew G. Fraunces, XV 202–3, 222, XVI 585, XXVI 722, claim of Henry Knox, XI 579–81, XII 148–50, duties, XVI 31n, 114–15, 116, XVIII 260–61, expenses, XIII 125, XVI 111, pay for himself and clerks, XIII 121, 143, 145, 147, 465, 562, XV 510, 580, XVII 509, and Timothy Pickering’s accounts, XXV 424, reports, XIV 461n, XVI 170–80, 211n, XVII 488–89, 490–91, 492–93, XVIII 260, and State Department accounts, XIII 25n, and U.S. debt to Spain, XIV 150n, and War Department accounts, XIII 294–302
Harrison, Robert Hanson: aide-de-camp and military secretary to Washington (American Revolution), I 422n, 516, 545, 593, II 53–54, 108, 169n, 385, 456, 494, 509, 535, 543, 565, III 130n, 289, XXIV 210n, XXVI 396n, 397, XXVII 5, as colleague of Hamilton in negotiations for prisoner exchange, I 198–99, 438n, 443–44, 445–46, 447–48, 449, 450, 451, 454–56, 458–60, 463n, 466, 473, 474, 475–78, 590n, 591–92, 594–95, 595–97, 598–99, describes Continental Congress, II 490–91, and Hamilton’s appointment as Washington’s aide-de-camp, I 195, letters written or drafted for Washington, I 207n, 323n, 337n, 343n, 424n, 444n, 457n, 477n, 515n, 525n, 536n, 592n, II 71n, 80n, 114n, 118n, 197n, 200n, 201n, 208n, 216n, 221n, 234n, 272, 274n, 382n, resigns from Army, II 584–85, and trial of J. H. Smith, II 450, 454; chief justice of Md., II 584–86, 594–95, V 538; Hamilton urges him to accept appointment to Supreme Court, V 562; member of Confederation Court to settle N.Y.-Mass. boundary dispute, III 702; and Francisco de Miranda, III 587
Harrison, William: shipmaster, brig Industry captured by French privateer, XVI 602
Harrison and Sterett: Philadelphia merchant firm, and business dealings with Robert Morris, XVIII 297, 506, XXI 356
Harrison County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Hart, Albert Bushnell: ed., The Varick Court of Inquiry to Investigate the Implication of Colonel Varick (Arnold’s Private Secretary) in the Arnold Treason, II 496n, XXVI 396–97n, 397n, 398n
Hart, Bernard: New York City broker, subscription to Bank of N.Y., VIII 551
Hart, Ephraim: New York City broker, XXV 340
Hart, Jacob: holder of loan office certificate, XI 310
Hart, John: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 273
Hart (Heart), Malcom: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 9, 628, 632, 668, 679
Hart, Micah: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 102
Hart, Patrick: attorney for William Hart, and customs regulations, XV 89
Hart, Thomas: petition of, XI 287
Hart, William: Manchester, Va., merchant, and customs regulations, XV 89
Hartford, Conn., III 13n, 478n, 511n, 581, V 252n, 513n, VII 137n, VIII 166n, IX 319n, 533, 536; and American Revolution, I 548, 557, 560n, II 146–47, 156, 449, 561, conference with French officers, II 389n, 391–96, 424, 429n, 430, 431, 433, 435–36, 437–38, 440n, 447n, 455, 460, 462, 499, 640n, 641, meeting of delegates from N.Y. and New England states (1780), II 425, 426n, 433, 447, 497, 499–500, IV 79–80n, V 112n, 275; and manufacture of woolen goods, IX 320, 322–23, 324–27, X 220, 331; N.Y. Assembly and money loaned at, IV 67; protest of its citizens against Edmond Charles Genet, XV 279; site for settlement of N.Y.-Mass. dispute, III 703
Hartford Bank, X 365n, XI 127n
Hartford Convention, see Hartford, Conn.: meeting of delegates from New England states (1780)
Hartford County, Conn. VII 167n, IX 532n; district attorney of, see Trumbull, John
Hartford County, Md., see Harford County, Md.
Hartford County, N.C., see Hertford County, N.C.
“Hartford Wits”: VII 167n, IX 532n, X 398n
Hartford Woolen Manufactory, IX 324n, 347, X 365n, XI 127n, XIV 172n, XXVI 607n, 830, 832; history of, IX 324–25
Hartley, David: British representative at peace negotiations ending American Revolution, III 623, X 374n
Hartley, Thomas: Army (American Revolution), II 26; member, House of Representatives (Pa.), XI 169–70, XVII 338, 341, comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 298, comments on Additional Army candidates (Pa.), XXII 133, 137, 141, 142, 143, 144, pay, XIII 64, 65, 66, 68, XV 508, XVII 507
Hartman, Isaac: probate court recorder, St. Croix, I 1, 2n
Hartshorne, Richard: New York City merchant, XVIII 297n; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 99
Hartshorne, William: New York City commission agent and broker, and business dealings with Robert Morris, XVIII 297–98
Hartshorne and Donaldson: Va. merchants, XIV 13n
Hartshorne and Lindley (Linsey): New York City merchants, and business dealings with Robert Morris, XVIII 297, XX 242n, XXI 356
Harvard (ship): and customs regulations, XXII 235
Harvard College (officially University after 1780), V 363, 394n, VIII 147n, IX 197n, XIII 1n, XXII 321n, 326n, 333n, XXIV 575; confers honorary degree on Hamilton, XII 283–84, 329; and education of Lafayette’s son, XIX 325–26n
Harvey (Hervey), ——: captain of ship Ellice carrying news concerning Jay Treaty, XVIII 342n
Harvey, Alexander: jailer, District of Del., pay, XV 502
Harvey, Marvin, see Adair, Douglass
Harvey, Matthew: Army contractor, Va., pay for supplies, XIII 566, XV 524
Harvie, John (S.C.): and petition of Catharine Greene, X 449, 451
Harvie, John (Va.): delegate, Continental Congress (Va.), I 414n, 434n
Harwood, Benjamin: comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 136–37n; commissioner of loans (Md.), payments to, for interest on public debt, XVII 531, for invalid pensions, XVII 527, for pay and expenses, XVII 515; receiver of taxes for Md., V 402; treasurer of Md., XI 153
Harwood, Richard Hall: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 306
Harwood, Thomas: comments on Additional Army candidates (Md. and Pa.), XXII 136–37, 306; commissioner of loans (Md.), VI 467, accounts, XIII 284–85, administration of office and instructions to, VI 478–79, VIII 206, appropriation for office expenses, XIII 127, and arrearages of pay for Md. line, XI 223, and loan office certificates, IX 562, pay, VI 537, XIII 123, payments to, for arrearages of pay for Md. line, XV 520, for interest on public debt, VIII 363, 506–7, XIII 98, 566, 570, XV 529, for invalid pensions, XIII 88, XV 526, for pay and expenses, XVII 515; Continental loan officer (Md.), accounts, VI 513, pay, VI 303. See also “Treasury Department circulars to the commissioners of loans” and “Treasury Department circulars to the Continental loan officers”
Harwood, William: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 306
Hasenclever, Peter: land agent for American Iron Co, XIX 200–1, XXI 14
Hasenclever, Peter, and Company: land agents for American Iron Company, XX 340
Haskel, Solomon: shipmaster, and customs regulations, XIII 506
Haskell, Elnathan: commissioner of accounts, Eastern District, pay for expenses, XIII 105, 139; Richard Platt’s agent for sale of funded debt in France, XVI 545–46
Haskell, Henry: Army (American Revolution), I 429
Haskell, Robert: associate of Meletiah Jordan, VIII 522, XIII 238
Haskins, Caleb: and forged letters, XX 115–19
Hassel (Hassell), Gerhard: procurator, St. Croix, I 30
Hasselgren, Carel: Dutch banker, VII 182
Hasselgren, Jan: Dutch banker, VII 182
Hastings, Daniel: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 318, 323, 339; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 142, 161, 249, 498, 564, XXIV 59, 106, 534, 542
Hastings, Francis Rawdon-Hastings, marquis of: British Army (American Revolution), II 216, 303, 477, XXVI 412
Hastings, George: British Army officer, introduced to Hamilton by John B. Church, III 680
Hastings, John: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 71n, 563, XXIV 59
Hatfield, John Smith: charged with treason (American Revolution), I 602
Hatfield, Joseph: William Seton’s representative in London, XIII 344, 346n
Hatfield, Moses: Army (American Revolution), II 260
Hatfield, Richard: delegate, N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 156; and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 292
Hathaway, John: and customs regulations, XVI 572
Hathaway, Robert: shipmaster, and customs regulations, IX 18, 37
Hathorn, John: member, House of Representatives (N.Y.), pay, XIII 64, 65, 67, 68
Hats: Army contract for, XI 174; duty on, IX 443, X 16–17n, 170, proposed, XI 145, XXVI 516; imports of, IX 339; manufacture of, X 102, 104, 170, 220, 283, 331, in Conn., IX 324, 334, 336–38, 339, 341, 345, 348, 349, in Providence, R.I., IX 442–43, and Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, IX 147; prices of, IX 336–37; tax on, in Great Britain, XXI 104, proposed, XXI 100, 104, 106, 487
Hatters: and use of fish, X 40, XXVI 641
Hatton, John: London clockmaker, VII 396
Haugwitz, Christian August Heinrich Kurt, count von: Prussian Minister of State, and wars of French Revolution, XXI 32n
Haussegger (Housegger), Nicholas: Army (American Revolution), German battalion, I 239n
Hauterive, Alexandre Maurice Blanc de Lanautte, comte d’: French consul at N.Y., Edmond Charles Genet’s policies and Franco-American relations, XV 161n, 245n, 622n, XVI 105n, XVII 100n, XXVI 710
Hauteval, Lucien: “Z” in XYZ affair, XXI 429–31n, XXII 217
Havana, II 90n, III 358, X 427n, 457, 462, XV 298; described by James Wilkinson, XXIV 601–2; governor of, II 49 (see also Navarro, Diego José de); U.S. agent at, XX 57n; U.S. consul at, XXII 529, XXIV 203
Havens, —— (Mr.): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 22
Havens, Jonathan N.: delegate, N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 293n
Haverd, John: petition of, XIII 165n
Haverhill, Mass.: recruiting center (Quasi-War), XXII 494
Haverstraw, N.Y.: and American Revolution, I 523, II 192, 445n, headquarters, I 524
Haverstraw Bay, Hudson River, N.Y.: in American Revolution, headquarters, I 524; boat fire at, XXV 371
Havre de Grace, Md., IX 37; regimental rendezvous (Quasi-War), XXII 600
Hawes, Pater: New York City notary, XXIII 63n
Hawk (Hawke) (brig): and customs regulations, IX 18, 37
Hawke (schooner): and customs regulations, XVII 216–17, 258
Hawkes, ——: shipmaster, and news of capture of Charleston, S.C., II 332
Hawkesbury, Lord, see Jenkinson, Charles
Hawkesbury, Robert Banks Jenkinson, 2nd earl of: British Foreign Secretary: and Convention with U.S., XXVI 11n; and Spanish cession of La. to France, XXVI 5–6, 7, 73n
Hawkesworth, John: An Account of the Voyages undertaken by the order of his present Majesty for making discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere …, VIII 364n
Hawkins, Benjamin: delegate, Continental Congress (N.C.), III 366, 367n, 373; Indian commissioner (Confederation period), pay, XI 276–78, XV 538; U.S. Senator (N.C.) XIV 230, defeated for re-election, XVIII 308n, and excise in N.C., XII 413, XIII 318, Hamilton explains U.S. fiscal policies to, X 353–54, XVI 145–46, and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XIV 251, 344n, and N.C. opposition to Hamilton’s fiscal policies, VIII 45, pay, XIII 59, 60, 61, 62, XV 505, XVII 504, requests information on Hamilton’s fiscal policies, IX 540–41
Hawkins, Sir John: The Works of Samuel Johnson …, XXV 76
Hawks, Francis L.: The Official and Other Papers of the Late Major-General Alexander Hamilton, I 224n, 357n, 366n, 414n, II 92n, 99n, 126n, 127n, 141n, 150n, 185n, 236n, 449–50n
Hawse, —— (Mrs.): and cloth manufacturing in Va., IX 282
Haxton, Jeremiah: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 102, 105
Hay, —— (Mr.): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 44
Hay, Ann Hawkes: Army (American Revolution), II 122, 443, 444n, 574–75
Hay, Charles (N.Y.): and petition of Udny Hay, XIII 195n
Hay, Charles (Va.): clerk, Va. House of Delegates, XVIII 387
Hay, Jehu: Army (American Revolution), II 301
Hay, John, Jr.: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 134
Hay, Udny, II 151, 642, XXVI 846, 848, 853; agent to sell Ira Allen’s Vt. lands, XVI 466n; Army (American Revolution), deputy quartermaster general, I 550n, II 76, 100, 145, 158, 350, 353, 387, 543, XVI 93n; attorney for Quebec prisoners, payment to, XIV 315, XV 579, XVII 542; member, N.Y. and Vt. Democratic Societies, XVIII 472n; report on petition of, XIII 194–95; state agent for N.Y. (American Revolution), III 124–25, 143, 160–61, 162, 163, 167, 240, IV 99n, XXVI 446–47
Hay, William: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 380
Hayden, John: petition of, XI 300, report on, XI 312–13
Haydock, James: and Hamilton’s accounts and law practice, III 58
Haydock and Warr: New York City merchants, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 32, XXVI 466n
Hayes, Moses M.: contractor for oil for lighthouses, XIV 428, XVI 582n, XVII 20–21
Hayes, Thomas: claim of, XI 253
Haylegas, see Heyleger
Haley, George, III 568n
Hayley, Mary Wilkes Stark (Mrs. George) (sister of John Wilkes), III 567
Haynes, Stephen: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 103, 104, 108
Haynes House, Croton, N.Y.: and American Revolution, II 120n
Hays, John: petition of, XI 300, report on, XI 310
Hays, Stephen: Army contractor, shoes, XII 183n, pay, XV 523
Haysham, see Heysham
Hayton v Van Kleeck: and Hamilton’s law practice, IV 277
Hayward, see also Heyward
Hayward, Sir John, I 89
Haywood, Abner: Army (American Revolution), II 144
Haywood, John: treasurer of N.C., and payment of invalid pensions, VI 240–41, 417, VIII 487n, 517–18, 566, 568n, XIII 88
Hazard, Ebenezer: Postmaster General (1782–1789), VIII 216, XI 119n, XIII 81n, 166n, requests and receives legal opinion from Hamilton, III 679, 682
Hazard, (Ebenezer?): and Henry Lee, V 10
Hazard, Jonathan: delegate, Continental Congress (R.I.), and location of Federal capital, V 199–200, 203–4, 204–5, 215–16, and R.I. vote on Constitution, V 224–25, 229–30
Hazard, Mary (Mrs. Nathaniel), IX 530, 536
Hazard, Morris: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 591
Hazard, Nathaniel: New York City merchant and former Tory, asks Hamilton’s aid for British friend, IX 363–64, 365–67; discusses, N.Y. and New England politics, IX 529–37, N.Y. State politics, IX 246–47, tariff, VIII 166–67; and Hamilton’s relations with Burr, IX 530–32, XI 38, 54; plan for a lottery, VII 92–93; and postwar treatment of Loyalists, III 661–64, 664–65
Hazard, Thomas: New York City merchant, and petition to N.Y. legislature, III 663n
Hazard, Thomas Rhodes, Sr.: shipowner, and customs regulations, XII 300
Hazard, Thomas Rhodes, Jr.: shipowner, and customs regulations, XII 273, 299–300, 376
Hazard, William: shipowner, and customs regulations, XII 300
Hazelwood, John: commodore, Pa. Navy (American Revolution), I 340, 343, 423–24
Hazen, Moses, IV 280n, XI 359, XXII 105, XXVI 391; Army (American Revolution), I 317, II 258, 260, 553, 581, 582, III 93, 117–18; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 42, V 243; petition of, XXVI 550–51; Revolutionary war accounts, III 343, 437, V 401, VI 17, 302, X 553, XIII 231
Hazenburgh, N.Y., IV 280n
Hazlehurst, Isaac: Philadelphia merchant, and business dealings with Robert Morris, XXI 304; and ship to carry dispatches to Gouverneur Morris, XV 266, 267, 590
Hazlehurst, Robert: Philadelphia merchant, and business dealings with Robert Morris, XXI 304
Head of Elk, Md., IX 317; in American Revolution, I 193, 318, 321, 430, 490, II 225, 231, 292n, 587, 676n, 677n, XXVI 363n
Headon, David: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 417
Heald, Nathan: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 584, 676, XXIV 246, 667, 669
Heald (Held), Thomas: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 319, 324, 339
Heard, Breadun: Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 121
Heard, Nathaniel: Army (American Revolution), I 222, 237, II 338, 339
Heard, Reuben: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 279
Heart (Hart) Jonathan: Regular Army, pay, XV 527, and relations with Indians in Northwest, VI 485, XXVI 818
Heath, Daniel C., Jr.: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 307, 310, 429, 430
Heath, James P.: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 298; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 75, XXIV 626
Heath, John: member, House of Representatives (Va.), XV 681n
Heath, William: Army (American Revolution), I 197, 198, 261, 293, 325, 335, 344, 442, 515, 540, 548, 549, 556, 572, II 58, 81, 84, 87, 88, 95, 97, 98, 101, 104, 106, 113, 119, 158, 172, 175, 191n, 207, 384, 423, 480, 483, 485, 495, 514, 553, 560, 561, 571, 573, 582, 598, III 85n, XXVI 396n, 399, 400–1; and memorial of Mass. line, XI 51–53, 575; and plans for bank in Boston, XI 502n
Heathcote, —— (Mr.): customs regulations in Baltimore, VII 147
Heaton, Robert (Richard), Jr.: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 48, 100, 103, 105, 107; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 76, 392, 641
Hébert, Jacques René: execution of, XXII 76n
Heckewelder, John: Quaker friend of western Indians, XIV 229n
Heckscher, Eli F.: The Continental System, XX 535n
Hedden, Josiah: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 602; witness to Hamilton’s indenture and bond, XXV 399, 400
Hedges, David: member, N.Y. Assembly, IV 121; member, N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 293n
Hédouville, Gabriel Marie Théodore Joseph, comte de: and ciphered dispatches to Talleyrand, XXIII 13n
Heinaken, Jan Hendrick Christian: Netherlands consul to U.S., and comments on trade between U.S. and Dutch colonies, XV 630
Heineccius, Johann Gottlieb: … The Laws of Nature and Nations …, XIX 489; De Navibus Ob Vecturam Vetitarum Mercium Commissis …, XIX 505
Heiskell, Godlove: Army contractor, XXVI 849, pay, XV 524, XVII 449
Heister, see Hiester
Heitman, F. B.: Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army, From Its Organization, September 29, 1789, to March 2, 1903, XXII 139n, 196n, 384n, 385n, 386n, XXIII 27n, 73–74n, 142n, 178n, 251n, 336n, 342–43n, 368n, 391n, 392n, 498–99n, 501n, 563n, 564n, 580n, XXIV 27n, 34–35n, 107n, 108–9n, 170–71n, 176n, 195n, 243n, 255n, 263n, 279n, 361n, 403n, XXV 236n, 330n, 397n, XXVI 14–15n; Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army During the War of the Revolution, April, 1775, to December, 1783, I 471n, XXV 604n
Held, see Heald
Hellenback, see Hallenbeck
Hell Gate, N.Y.: in American Revolution, II 197, 389
Hellman, C. D.: “Jefferson’s Efforts towards the Decimalization of the United States Weights and Measures,” VII 397n
Helm, John: Army (American Revolution), II 581
Helots, I 402, 403, 404
Helvetic League, II 656–57
Helvetic Republic: and wars of French Revolution, XXII 572n
Helvetic Union, IV 198
Hemes (Heems), Charles: and French privateering, XVIII 236
Hemp: bounty on, in Mass., IX 162–63, proposed, X 13, 212–13, 326; as contraband, Jay Treaty, XVIII 440n; drawback on, X 307; duty on, VI 376–77, 397, 403, VII 198, 375, VIII 390, 483–84, X 22, 41, 212–13, 325–26, XXVI 517, 521, proposed, X 46, XXVI 514; manufacture of, X 25, 42, 100, 104, 170, 212–15, 283, 325–27; premiums on, X 212–13, 327; production of, X 182, 217, 294, 325, 328, XXVI 646, in Conn., IX 344, encouragement of, X 19n, in S.C., IX 171, in Va., IX 275, 276; spinning machines for, and George Parkinson, X 346–47n
Hempstead, N.Y., IX 247n
Hemsley, William: delegate, Continental Congress (Md.), III 257, 322n, XIX 377n
Henchman, Thomas: London banker, and business dealings with Gouverneur Morris, VIII 512–13n, IX 204–5n
Henderson, Archibald: member, House of Representatives (N.C.), XXV 70n
Henderson, James: Philadelphia merchant, and customs regulations, VIII 14
Henderson, John: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 137
Henderson, Joseph: paymaster for Eastern Department (American Revolution), XVI 62n; report on petition of, XI 337–39; report on petition of estate of Edward Carnes, XI 55–59
Henderson, William (N.Y.): New York City insurance broker and land speculator, XIII 42; and indemnification from French spoliations, XXV 499; seeks loan for Edmund Randolph, XV 648, 651, 658–59, XVI 104; seeks to purchase land in upstate N.Y., XII 409, 421–22
Henderson, William (Pa.): Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 145, 146; Army (Quasi-War), XXIV 368, 480; comments on Additional Army candidates (Pa.), XXII 135, 136, 137
Henderson and Varick: debt to Hamilton’s estate, XXVI 304
Hendricks, John: American spy (American Revolution), I 523
Hendrickson, Cornelius: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 701
Henfield, Gideon: case of, XIV 509–10n, 513, XV 156n, 166, 175, 194
Henley (Henly), David: Treasury Department clerk, pay, XIII 73, XVII 510, payments to, for office expenses, XIII 107, 141, 563, 571, XV 511
Henley (Henly), David (Mass.): and Hamilton’s abortive duel with William Gordon, II 99, 100–1, 108, 128, 140, 149–50, 184–85, 187, 313, 315; and Hamilton’s law practice, III 38; War Department Indian agent, Southwest Territory, XXIII 453, XXIV 674, and comment on Additional Army candidate (Tenn.), XXII 311, Hamilton’s instructions to, XV 286–87
Henley (Henly), Samuel: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 334
Henly, Archibald: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 603, 605
Henrico County, Va: excise survey, IX 428
Henry IV (king of France), V 349; and exploration and settlement of North America, III 706
Henry VII (king of England): and exploration and settlement of North America, III 705
Henry VIII (king of England), III 428, IV 311
Henry (prince of Prussia), XX 111
Henry, James: comment on Additional Army candidate (Del.), XXII 283
Henry, John (Md.): delegate, Continental Congress (Md.), V 213n; governor of Md., and comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 296, 301, 309; U.S. Senator (Md.), XIII 43, 323n, XIV 288, and Hamilton’s dispute with Ædanus Burke, VI 353–54, pay, XIII 60, 61, 62, XV 505, XVII 504, presidential candidate (1796), XXV 197n, and U.S. Mint, X 355–56, and Baron von Steuben’s claim, VI 311
Henry, John (N.Y.): New York City insurance broker, and Hamilton’s law practice, XX 395n
Henry, John (Pa.): Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 76, 613, 617, 626, XXIV 160, 638, 646, and Fries’s Rebellion, XXII 551, 553, 556, 559–60, 585, XXIII 171–72
Henry, John V., XXVI 100; career, XXVI 67; comptroller of N.Y. State, XVIII 336, XXV 125n; member, N.Y. Assembly, and Hamilton’s land taxes, XXVI 96–99, 180, and Hamilton’s watch, XXVI 67
Henry, Joseph: report on petition of, XVI 77–79
Henry, J. Winfield (great grandson of Gov. John Henry of Md.), X 357n
Henry, Matthew: Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 136, 138, 142, 145
Henry, Michael: comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXIII 654
Henry, Patrick: death of, XXIII 204; governor of Va., and American Revolution, I 431, 491, II 291n; and Jay Treaty, XX 138; opposition to ratification of Constitution, V 7, 91–92, XII 395–96; possible presidential candidate (1796), XX 151–53, 158; refuses appointment as Secretary of State, XIX 356, 436; refuses nomination as Envoy Extraordinary to France (1799), XXII 503, 504–5n
Henry, Robert: Albany, N.Y., merchant, Hamilton’s law practice and petition to Continental Congress, III 43; petition to N.Y. Assembly, IV 149
Henry, Robert, Jr.: Albany, N.Y., merchant, Hamilton’s law practice and petition to Continental Congress III 43n; petition to N.Y. Assembly, IV 149
Henry, William: and mutiny of Pa. troops, III 398n
Henry County, Va.: excise survey, IX 428
Henshaw, Joshua: Army contractor, Mass. (Quasi-War), XXIV 106, 330
Henshaw, Samuel: applies for inspectorship of revenue, Mass. VIII 185, 265
Henshaw, William: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 318, 332
Henton, John: St. Croix shipmaster and merchant, I 14
Herald (U.S.S.): attacked by British, XXII 262
The [New York] Herald; A Gazette for the Country, XIX 399n, XXVI 742n
Herbert, Horatio (Horatia): storekeeper, Fredericksted, I 20
Herbert, Thomas: candidate as lighthouse keeper in Va., XII 414n
Hercules, I 392, 393
Herkimer, Joseph: Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 267
Herkimer, Nicholas: Army (American Revolution), I 318, 320
Herkimer, N.Y., VI 134n
Herkimer County, N.Y., XXI 469n; Hamilton’s land in, XXVI 97–98; land speculation in, XVIII 335n, 504n, XIX 200n, XXIV 273n
Hermes (brig), XXIII 445n
Hermgrant, Hungary, I 383
Hermione (British frigate): and case of Jonathan Robbins (Thomas Nash), XXIV 64
Hermione (French frigate): in American Revolution, II 327n
Heron, James G.: comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 136
Heron, William: and Benedict Arnold, XXVI 398
Herrera y Tordesillas, Antonio de: Historia general de los bechos de los castellanos en los islas i tierra firme del mar oceano, III 704n
Herrick, Rufus: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 591
Herries, Farquhar, and Company: London banking firm, III 658n
Herries, Sir Robert: London banker, and John B. Church’s business affairs, III 657
Herring, see Haring
Hertell, John: report on petition of, XVI 63
Hertford, N.C.: inspector of revenue at, see Murdaugh, Josiah; surveyor of customs at, accounts, XI 235
Hertford County, N.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Hervieux, Henri: capt., French privateer, and capture of Spanish ship, XVI 102–3n
Hesiod: Greek poet, I 396
Hesse-Cassell, Frederick II, Landgrave of, XXII 33n; and John Skey Eustace, XXII 254n
Hessians, see American Revolution and Great Britain
Hester (merchant ship), I 5n
Hetfield, Abigail (niece of Elisha Boudinot), XXI 321n
Heth, John: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 585, 665, 668, 691, XXIV 247, 360, 618, 622, 631
Heth, William: VI 59n, XX 347, XXII 371, XXIII 171; Additional Army candidate (Va.), XXII 63, 87, 151–52, 413–14; collector of customs, Bermuda Hundred, Va., VI 415, VII 36, 75–76, VIII 3, 483, IX 487, XI 15, XIII 234, XIV 64, 116, 513, accounts of, XIII 38–39, 571, 572, 573, 574, 575, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87, administration of office, enforcement of customs regulations, and instructions to, VII 146–47, 439–40, IX 476–77, 513, XI 486, 499, 514, 532, 557–58, XII 523–25, 554–58, XIII 159–64, 216–17, 438–39, XIV 541, XV 89, 581–82 (see also “Treasury Department circulars to the collectors of the customs”), apology for lengthy correspondence, IX 511–13, and branch bank in Va., XI 50, 494, 584–88, defends Hamilton’s policies, XVI 570–71, denies report he wishes to be U.S. marshal, XI 62–63, and economic situation in Va., XI 584–88, his holdings of public securities, VI 274–75, XI 572–73, 576–77, XII 491, XIII 15, and pay, asks for more, VII 452–53, VIII 481–82, 523–26, XVI 571, Hamilton refuses more, VIII 499–501, payments to, for funding public debt, XIII 102, XIV 59, 60–61, XVII 488, 492, 539, for invalid pensions, XIII 88, and possible removal of office from Bermuda Hundred, XI 49–50, 493, XII 524–25, XIII 438, views on public policies in Va., XIV 541–45; comments on Additional Army candidates (Va.) XXIII 632, 638, 647; defends Hamilton’s policies, XX 36–37; discusses political situation in Va., XXII 413–15, XXIII 112, 204; An Infallible Cure for Political Blindness …, XXII 415n; proposed as Secretary of War, XIX 439
Heustis, Philip: prisoner of war (American Revolution), II 90
Hewes (Hews), Josiah: payment of interest on loan office certificates, XIII 100, 139
Hewett, Samuel: Army contractor, pay, XV 524
Hewlett, John: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 23, 39
Hewlett v Montfort: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 65
Hewsol, Hungary, I 383
Heyer, Jacob: Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 127
Heyer, William: warden of port of New York City, VI 2
Heyhill, ——: shipmaster, and Hamilton’s account with John B. Church, III 34
Heyliger, Abraham: St. Croix merchant, I 10
Heyliger, Pieter: St. Croix merchant, I 17n
Heyliger (Heyleger), Rapzot (Raapzat, Rapsart): merchant, I 12n; estate of, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 175n
Heyns, Patrick: St. Croix merchant and lawyer, I 20, 28
Heysham (Haysham), Robert: principal clerk, office of secretary of U.S. Senate, pay, XIII 63, 107, 140, XV 506, XVII 505
Heyward, Nathan (Dr.): Regular Army, pay, XIII 297
Heyward (Hayward), Thomas, Jr. (father of William Heyward), XXVI 154; and petition of Catharine Green, X 436
Heyward, William (S.C.): introduction of, XXVI 154
Heywood, William: Additional Army candidate (District of Me.), XXII 319, 338
“H.G. Letters”: “H.G.” to Marinus Willett, V 302–5, 307, 332; introductory note to, V 262; No. 1, V 263–64; No. 2, V 265–66; No. 3, V 266–68; No. 4, V 269–70; No. 5, V 270–72; No. 6, V 273–74, 275–76; No. 7, V 277–78; No. 8, V 279–82; No. 9, V 286–87; No. 10, V 287–89; No. 11, V 289–91, 291–93; No. 12, V 293–97; No. 13, V 298–99; No. 14, V 329–30; Marinus Willett to “H.G.,” V 306–7
Hibbard, Jedediah: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 417
Hibbert, Ficher, and Hibbert: and payments to Dutch bankers, XV 48
Hibernian Society, Philadelphia, VIII 240
Hicks, Edward: British spy (American Revolution), II 27
Hicks, Isaac: New York City merchant, and Merchants’ Bank, XXVI 106
Hicks, John: owner of Brooklyn-Manhattan ferry, XX 35n
Hicks Creek, S.C.: in American Revolution, V 353
Hideley, see Hitely
Hides: duty on, X 16–17n; French regulation of, X 392; production of, X 100, 182, 294; tanning of, in Va., IX 276
Hiester (Heister), Daniel: prisoner of British (American Revolution), I 432, 442, XXVI 789; member, House of Representatives (Pa.), and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XIII 486, XIV 179, 191n, 252n, pay, XIII 64, 67, 68, XV 508, XVII 507
Higbee, Joseph: Philadelphia merchant, and business dealings with Robert Morris, XVIII 296, 297, XX 242, 434, XXI 351n, 356, XXV 250, 490n
Higby, John: petition of, XI 300, report on, XI 302
Higday, George: American spy (American Revolution), II 93
Higgins, Ichabod: superintendent of Tybee Island, Ga., lighthouse, VIII 348
Higgins, William: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 326
Higginson, Nathaniel C.: death of, XVII 130, 199; mission to West Indies to appeal in British Admiralty courts for American prizes condemned by British, XVI 236, 237, 281–82, 283, 288–91, 293, 323–24n, 453, 592–95, XVII 94–95, 213–15, 230
Higginson, Stephen: Boston merchant, V 432, VIII 146, 153, 182, 191–92, 227, XIV 423, XVI 520, XX 414, 448, 467n, XXIII 124n, XXIV 580, XXVI 487n; comment on Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 328; contribution to Hamilton’s “Report on Public Credit,” VI 56, 61–62, 65, 68n, 79n, 87n, 101n; and customs regulations, XIV 330–31, 354; delegate, Continental Congress (Mass.), III 320n, 322n, XIX 377n; describes shipbuilding and overseas commerce in Mass., V 466–71, 507–11; discusses assumption of state debts, VI 404–5, 422–23; discusses effect of war in Europe on U.S., XIV 305–6, 330–31, 354, XV 127–29, 273–76, XVI 494, 586, 592–94; discusses U.S. overseas commerce, VI 423–26; and election of 1796, XX 437–38, 465–67; and Essex Junto, XXV 575n; offers to import supplies from Europe for naval rearmament, XVI 494, 586; and Quasi-War, XXIII 634, 642; seeks Government job, VIII 61; ship of, seized by Spain, XXVI 157–59
“High Federalists”: and presidential election of 1800, XXIV 444, 446
Highlands, N.Y.: in American Revolution, I 197, 202n, 218n, 253n, 282, 290, 298n, 302, 304, 311, 339, 355, 372n, 442, 443, 540, 544, 550, 551, 553, 560, 588, 592, 594, II 56, 63, 66, 70
Hightstown, N.J.: in American Revolution, I 503, 505n, 506n
Hiland, Andrew: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 380n
Hilary, Christopher: collector of customs, Brunswick, Ga., accounts of, XIII 38–39, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87, and customs regulations, VIII 275n, and naval rearmament, XVII 474
Hildeburn, Charles R.: “Sir John St. Clair, Baronet, Quarter-Master General in America, 1755 to 1767,” XXI 113n
Hildeburn, Charles R.: “Sir John St. Clair, Baronet, Quarter-Master General in America, 1755 to 1767,” XXI 113n
Hildreth, Richard: The History of the United States of America, XXI 134
Hill, —— (Mr.): London merchant, and failure of John Dewhurst and of Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures, XI 259, XII 30
Hill, Clement: and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XII 575n, XIII 218, 223, 224n, 225, 228, XIV 344n
Hill, Frederick: clerk, U.S. District Court, Vt., pay, XV 501
Hill, Henry: Philadelphia merchant, and land speculation in N.Y., XIV 533n; purchaser of Treasury bills on Amsterdam, XIII 496; refutes charges of Hamilton’s opposition to democracy, XII 609–10
Hill, James (N.H.), VIII 201–2
Hill, James (N.Y.): chief clerk, office of commissioner of loans for N.Y., XI 345
Hill, Jeremiah: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 324; collector of customs, Biddeford, District of Me., VI 248, accounts, XIII 36–37, 575, 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85, administration of office, enforcement of customs regulations, and instructions to, VI 51, VIII 234 (see also “Treasury Department circulars to the collectors of the customs”)
Hill, Jonathan: fringe and lace manufacture, Providence, R.I., IX 444
Hill, Joseph: excise opposition (1791), XVII 29n
Hill, Samuel: engraver of Pierre Charles L’Enfant’s plan for Federal City, XVII 104n
Hill, Thomas: excise opposition (1791), XVII 33n
Hill, William: soldier (Quasi-War), petition of, XXIV 658
Hill, William (N.C.): U.S. attorney for District of N.C., XVII 331, and customs regulations, XVI 286, pay, XIII 57, XV 503
Hill, William (N.H.): pay for American Revolution service, XIII 140
Hill, William (N.Y.): New York City merchant, Army contractor (clothing), pay, V 408, VIII 226, 241, 334, 345, IX 110, 507, XIII 85, XV 520; comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXIV 623
Hill, William (Rev.) (Va.): wishes to serve as chaplain (Quasi-War), XXIV 156n, 290n, 291, 351, 402
Hill, William Henry: member, House of Representatives (N.C.), XXV 70n
Hillard, G. S.: Memoir and Correspondence of Jeremiah Mason, XXV 451–52n
Hillary, Levi: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 302, 310
Hillegas, Henrietta (Mrs. Michael), II 558
Hillegas, Michael: U.S. Treasurer (1777–1789), I 194n, II 559n, XI 200, 202n, XV 440, XVI 76, 147, and Hamilton’s dispute with Andrew G. Fraunces, XIV 463, 464, 465, 529, XV 45, 198–201, 216–17, 221, loan office certificates for indents signed by, VII 101, and payment to Hamilton for Army service (American Revolution), I 191, 193, payment for warrants issued by Board of Treasury, XIII 564, XV 498, unpaid warrants drawn by Board of Treasury, V 403–8, VI 538–39, warrants issued to, by Board of Treasury, XIII 42–44, XXVI 506n, warrants to pay bills of exchange drawn by, XIII 138, 139, 140, 141, 143, 144, 146, 147
Hillegas, Samuel, XI 202n
Hiller, Joseph: collector of customs, Salem and Beverly, Mass., XI 405, accounts, XIII 36–37, 574, 576, XV 476–77, 480–81, 484–85, administration of office, enforcement of customs regulations, and instructions to, V 434, XI 582, XII 227–28, 630, XIV 443n (see also “Treasury Department circulars to the collectors of the customs”)
Hillhouse, David (brother of James Hillhouse): and Army contract for troops in Ga., XV 643, XVI 27
Hillhouse, James: member, House of Representatives (Conn.), XIV 184, XV 643n, XVI 28n, and Hamilton’s 1795 “Report on Public Credit,” XVIII 55, 56, and Jay Treaty, XX 67–68n, 137–38, opposition to Hamilton’s ideas on unsubscribed debt, XVIII 278n, 280n, 284, 285–86n, 332n, pay, XV 508, XVII 506; U.S. Senator (Conn.), and “An Act concerning Aliens,” XXI 495n, and appointment of William S. Smith (Quasi-War), XXII 26n, XXV 265n, and election of 1800, XXIV 448n
Hillhouse, Margaret P.: Historical and Genealogical Collections Relating to the Descendants of Rev. James Hillhouse, XV 643n
Hillhouse, William: on manufacturing in Conn., IX 332–34
Hills, John: War Department contractor for defense of New York City, XXI 492n, 518n, XXII 59n, 211n, 377–78, 393, 401–2, 440, 476, 513–14, 515, pay, XXIII 14n
Hillsboro (Hillsborough), N.C., VIII 239, IX 84, X 343, 344n; in American Revolution, II 422, 447; false claims for Army payments at, XV 451–52n; Washington’s visit to, VIII 243
Hilton, Nicholas: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 90, 107
Hilton County, S.C.: excise survey, VIII 190, IX 429
Hindman, James: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 309
Hindman, John: clerk, register’s office, Treasury Department, pay, XI 392, XIII 466
Hindman, William: career, XXII 288n; member, House of Representatives (Md.), comments on Additional Army candidates (Md.), XXII 288, 289, 290, 291, 292, 294, 300, 304, 307, 308, 309, election of, XIII 157, 343, XIV 290n, pay, XVII 507; U.S. Senator (Md.), XXVI 81n
Hinds, John: arrested by Spain for trading with Indians, XV 291n
Hingham, Mass., XXIII 466
Hinman, Trueman: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 280
Hippolytus (Hyppolitis), I 392
Hispaniola, VIII 528n, IX 15; and embargo (1794), XVI 220–21n; and exploration and settlement of South America, III 715; insurrection in, IX 219, 542, X 209, 323, 518, 536; and overseas trade, IX 339, X 363–65, 392, 394, 518; U.S. consul at, see Bourne, Sylvanus. See also Haiti and Santo Domingo
Historical Statistics of the United States: Colonial Times to 1957, XXIV 445
Hitchborn (Hitchbourn), Thomas: introduction of, II 185–86
Hitchbourne, Benjamin: attorney for administrator of an estate, XIII 40
Hitchcock, Ambrose: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 274
Hitchcock, Daniel: New York City lumber merchant, XXVI 23
Hitchcock, Enos: Providence, R.I., Congregational minister, introduction of, XXIV 425
Hitchcock, Peletiah: seeks discharge of soldier (Quasi-War), XXIII 651
Hitchcock, Samuel: U.S. judge, District of Vt., comment on Additional Army candidate (Vt.), XXII 119
Hitchison, Thomas: comp., The Edinburgh Directory from July 1797-July 1798, VII 82n
Hite, George: Additional Army candidate (Va.), XXII 429, 430
Hitely (Hideley), Leonard: clerk, register’s office, Treasury Department, pay, XIII 466
Hobart, John Sloss: career, XXVI 783n; and “H.G.” Letters, V 330–31; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 782; and impost, IV 79–80; member, N.Y. Ratifying Convention, IV 651, V 156n, 172n; N.Y. Supreme Court justice, II 447, XI 131n, XX 36, Hamilton’s account with, XXVI 676, Hamilton’s opinion of, III 140–41; U.S. judge for District of N.Y., XXI 367n, XXV 161, comment on Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 274; U.S. Senator (N.Y.), XXI 433, 482n, 493n, XXII 32n, 80n, XXIII 118n
Hobart (Hobert), Samuel: third mate, N.H. revenue cutter, VIII 514, 546, IX 105, 297, XII 117
Hobbes, Thomas, I 86–87; and Hamilton’s “Report on Public Credit,” VI 53, 61, XXVI 815
Hobbs, David: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 330
Hobby, David: pay for Army supplies, XV 527, XVII 529
Hobby, John: Additional Army candidate (District of Me.), XXII 317, 337, 428, 430; report on petition of, XVI 79–80; U.S. marshal, District of Me., and charge of misconduct, XXII 428, pay, XVII 500, requests back pay, XVIII 161
Hobkirk’s Hill, Battle of, XXII 298n
Hoboken, N.J., II 362n
Hobson, Nicholas: and exploration and settlement of North America, III 708, 712
Hoch, William: Regular Army (1790), pay, XIII 298
Hoche, Louis Lazare: French general, and wars of French Revolution, XXI 198n, 291
Hochkirch, Battle of, XXIV 98n
Hodgdon, Alexander: treasurer of Mass., VI 120, VII 28, VIII 501
Hodgdon, Samuel: Philadelphia merchant, V 406, VI 577, VII 169n, VIII 564, 565, 566, 568, 570; American Revolution, commissary general of military stores, III 265, deputy commissary general of military stores, and petition of William Finnie, VI 361; Army storekeeper, Philadelphia, XIII 329, 337, 502, 508, 509, XV 632, 634, XXVI 701, accounts, XIII 575, XV 496, and excise opposition, XVI 397, routine duties, XIV 134, 322, 329, XVI 331, 608; career, XXII 129n; commissary (superintendent) of military stores, War Department XVII 78–79, 141, 147, 277n, XXII 248, 563, XXVI 691, 733, appointment as, XVI 504, comment on Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 129, payment to, XV 523, and Quasi-War, XXIII 91–92, 105, 143, 187, 190, 217n, 327, 522n, 591, 609, 619, 620, 621, 622, 626, 627, 633, 634, 637, 654, 657, 662, 663, 665, 666, 667, 668, 670, 672, 673, 674, 676, 677, 678, 682, 683, 685, 686, 691, 692, XXIV 335, 366, 370–71, 377–78, 409, 455, 476, 489, 501, 502–3, 534, 568, 605, 606, 609, 613, 614, 615, 616, 618, 629, 631, 632, 633, 645, 647, 648, 649, 650, 652, 654, 655, 656, 657, 658, 670, 671, 675, and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 142, 152, 173, 210, 210–11, 215, 225, 234–35, 235, 237, 239–40, 260–61, 261–62, 265, 269, 270, 285n, 288, 292–94, 296–97, 301, 302n, 310, 312–13, 319n, 327, 368; quartermaster general, U.S. Army, VIII 354
Hodge, Hugh (Dr.): and Philadelphia yellow fever epidemic (1793), XV 385
Hodge, William: and American vessel armed in French port (American Revolution), XX 426n
Hodgson, Benjamin: London bookseller, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 87
Hodgson, Jonathan: Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 290
Hodgson and Atkinson: and U.S. foreign debt, XV 48
Hoes: bounty on, proposed, X 121; manufacture of, in Conn., IX 342
Hoffman, Alida Livingston Hansen (Mrs. Martin) (sister of Philip Livingston), XXVI 475n
Hoffman, Anthony: member, N.Y. Council of Appointment, IV 508
Hoffman, Josiah Ogden: attorney general of N.Y. State, XX 49–50n, 336, XXIV 273n, 420n, and appointment of auctioneers in N.Y., XXIII 408–9, comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 101, and Hamilton’s request to prosecute certain N.Y. newspapers, XXIV 5–6, indebtedness of, XXI 310, 327, XXII 226–27, 233–34, 236, and Jay Treaty, XVIII 486n; counsel with Hamilton to Associates of the Jersey Company, XXVI 221, 222, 224, 227–29, 229–31; and Hamilton’s abortive duel with James Nicholson, XVIII 471n, 501–2, XXVI 236; and Hamilton’s dispute with Maturin Livingston, XX 42n; and Hamilton’s funeral, XXVI 323; and N.Y. gubernatorial election (1795), XVIII 343n; U.S. Circuit Court for N.Y. District in Eastern Circuit, admission to practice at, XX 108
Hoffman, Margareta: and Quasi-War, XXIV 627, 630
Hoffman, Martin (father of Cornelia Hoffman Roosevelt), XXVI 475n
Hoffman, Nicholas: New York City merchant, agent for supplying Indians, XIII 569, XV 525, 585; Hamilton’s accounts with, III 12, 19, 497; indebtedness, XXI 328; land speculation, XVIII 269; sale of Government bills on Amsterdam, XIII 494
Hoffman, Nicholas, and Company (and Son): New York City merchant firm, agent for purchasing Indian supplies, XVI 515, XVII 481, 576–77; and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 624
Hoffman, Peter: comment on Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 305
Hoffman, Philip L.: comment on Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 92
Hoffman, Robert: treasurer of Dutchess County, N.Y., III 127n, 169
Hoffman, Samuel: Additional Army candidate (N.Y.), XXII 92, 107; Army (Quasi-War), XXII 602, XXIII 691, XXIV 158, 174
Hoffman, Zachariah: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 641, XXVI 806
Hoffman and Company: Baltimore, Md., mercantile firm, XXII 305n
Hoffman family: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 31
Hogan, Edmund: The Pennsylvania State Trials, XVIII 307–8n
Hogan, Edward: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 332
Hogeboom, Peter: and Hamilton’s law practice, XXI 13
Gilbert Hogg v Thompson: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 62
Hogguer, Paul Iwan: member of Dutch banking firm, VII 182n, VIII 460n, XII 444n. See also Hogguer and Company
Hogguer and Company: Dutch banking firm making international loans, and loan for Sweden, VII 182n; and payment of U.S. debt to France, VIII 460n, 489–93, 534, 536, 578, IX 142, XII 295–96, 444, 445, 447, 449, 450–51, 452, 453–55, 455–56, 461, 463–66, 472–73, 624n, 639–42, XIII 361, 362, 367, 369, XIV 21, 432n. See also France: bankers of, at Amsterdam
Hogguer, Grand, and Company, see Hogguer and Company
Hoghland, —— (Mr.): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 41
Hoghteling, —— (Mr.): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 50
Hog Island, Lake Michigan: in Quasi-War, XXIV 80
Hogs: French restrictions on, X 363
Hohenlinden, Battle of, XXV 327n
Holbrook, Abijah: and claims against Government, VIII 312, 346
Holbrook, John: petition of, XI 287
Holcroft, John: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 378, 380n, 381
Holcroft, Richard: and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 378, 380n
Holden, Aaron: Army (American Revolution), pay, VI 527
Holden, Levi: and “Reynolds Affair,” XXI 128n
Holdridge, Rufus: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 417
Holdsworth, John Thom, and Davis R. Dewey: The First and Second Banks of the United States, VII 253n, XX 50n
Holdsworth, Sir William: A History of English Law, XVI 361n
Holker, John: Philadelphia merchant and speculator, XI 182, as Army contractor for West Point, VIII 138n, and business dealings with John B. Church and John Chaloner, III 596, V 203, 206, 240, IX 559, XIV 533, XVIII 465, XIX 498n, XX 443–44, XXI 109, XXVI 686, and claim against Government, XI 53, creditor of Daniel Parker and Company, V 240–41n, 250, IX 545n, 559n, XV 636n, XVI 595, XXVI 503, 507; French consul in Philadelphia and agent for supplying French navy, I 574, II 205, accounts, XI 547, XV 404–5
Holland, see Netherlands
Holland, ——: shipmaster of Thomas seized by French privateer, XXI 463n
Holland, Benjamin: Philadelphia merchant, and goods seized by French privateer, XV 206–7n
Holland, Henry Fox, 1st baron: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 25
Holland, Henry Hurst, see Atton, Henry
Holland, James: member, House of Representatives (N.C.), XVIII 308n, XX 447n
Holland Land Co, XV 619n, XIX 313n, XX 70n, 393n, XXI 313n, XXIV 470, XXV 42–43, XXVI 16n, 55n, 237; founding of, VI 337n, VII 178n; and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 335n, 337, XX 45, 51, 346, 447, 489, 530–31, XXI 91–92, 154–56, 195–96, 300, XXIV 240, XXV 96–97, 102, 168, XXVI 759n, 781; land speculation, XX 346, 489, XXI 229–300n, XXIV 413n, XXVI 42–43n, 608n, and alien landownership legislation, XX 45, 51, XXI 91–92, 145–46, 195–96, 300, XXV 96–97, 102, 295; negotiations with Seneca Indians, XX 447–48, 530–31; speculation in U.S., VI 337n, VIII 301n, IX 8, XVIII 31, 299–300, 335–364n, 364n, XX 346, 489, XXVI 608n
Holland loans, see Loans to U.S.: foreign
Holland Lodge, New York City: meeting of N.Y. Society of the Cincinnati at, V 299
Hollingsby, Thomas: superintendent of lighthouse, Charleston, S.C., VI 46, 47, 472–73, 474
Hollingsworth, Henry: Army (American Revolution), deputy quartermaster general, I 430, accounts, XV 496
Hollingsworth, John: Philadelphia merchant, comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 132; and customs regulations, XII 4
Hollingsworth, Levi: Philadelphia merchant, comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 132; petition for release of Army prisoner, XXIV 655
Hollingsworth, Levi, and Son: Philadelphia merchant firm, contract for naval armament, XVII 260, 405, 456
Hollingsworth, Paschal: Philadelphia merchant, contractor for naval armament, XVII 405
Hollingsworth, Thomas, see Hollingsby, Thomas
Hollingsworth, Zebulon: U.S. attorney for District of Md., XV 381, and customs regulations, XVI 100–1, 186–87, and French seizure of British ship, XVI 202n, 552–53
Hollins, John (Md.): Baltimore, Md., merchant, claim against Government, XVI 490; report on petition of, VIII 25, 28
Hollins, John (Va.): cloth manufacturing in Va., IX 282
Hollister, G. H.: The History of Connecticut, From the First Settlement of the Colony to the Adoption of the Present Constitution, XXIV 420n
Hollman, George: claim against Government, XI 359
Holly, Eliza Hamilton (Mrs. Sidney A.) (Hamilton’s 7th child and 2nd daughter), XXV 391n, XXVI 216n
Holly, John: shipmaster, and customs regulations, IX 108
Holly, Jonathan William: manufacturer of textiles, Stamford, Conn., IX 340
Holly, Sidney A., XXV 391n
Holman, —— (Mr.): constable, Richmond, Va., XXIII 495n
Holmes, Isaac: collector of customs, Charleston, N.C., XIV 321, XVI 12, 422, 542, XVII 82, 252, accounts, XIII 38–39, 571, 573, 575, 577, XV 478–79, 482–83, 486–87, appointment, IX 181, XI 199n, and naval armament, XVI 455, 467, XVII 454, 468–69, and prize ships brought into Charleston by French and outfitting of French privateers, XIV 353n, 431, XVI 102, 102–3n, 446, 477, 495–97, XVII 192–93, 216–17, 253n, 258, XVIII 6
Holmes, Joseph: and claim against Government, XVI 77–79
Holmes et al. v Brebner and Browne: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 66
Holmes Hole, Tisbury, Mass.: need for boat for enforcement of customs regulations, XII 68
Holmyard, E. J., see Singer, Charles
Holt, Charles: ed., The [New London, Conn.] Bee, and Hamilton’s Letter on John Adams, XXV 174
Holt, Elizabeth Hunter (Mrs. John): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 594
Holt, John: New York City newspaper publisher and printer for N.Y. State, I 562, III 123, 163, 481, V 302n, 303, 304; death of, and Hamilton’s law practice, III 580, 594
Holt, Thomas: assistant deputy commissary of military stores, pay, V 407, XIII 43; storekeeper, ordnance dept., New London, Conn., and Whiskey Insurrection, XVII 145, 368
Holt, William (brother of John Holt): and Hamilton’s law practice, III 594
Holten, Samuel: delegate, Continental Congress (Mass.), III 260n, 282n, 352n, 353n, 367n, 373n, 378n, XXVI 435n; and presidential election of 1796, XX 438
Holtzendorff, Louis Casimer, baron de: Army (American Revolution), I 317
Holy Roman Emperor, IV 314, 348, 385–89. See also Joseph II and Leopold II
Holy Roman Empire: emperor of, and foreign loans, VIII 52, 58, 261, 262, 413, IX 480, 498; Hamilton on, in Constitutional Convention, IV 182, 188, 190, 194, 196, 197–98, 202, 203, 204, 206, in The Federalist, IV 348, 384–89, 399, 403–4, 668, in N.Y. Assembly, IV 30, in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 21, 29, 32, 93; others on, in N.Y. Ratifying Convention, V 20n, 191; trade with China, IX 39. See also Austria and Bavaria and Prussia and Saxony
Home, Sir George: British naval commander in wars of French Revolution, XXII 231n
Home, Rodham: capt., Royal Navy, and wars of French Revolution, XIX 145n, 204–6, 233
Homer, I 42, 396
Honan, Daniel: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 61
Daniel Honan v James Carter: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 66
Hondius, Jodocus, III 707, 713
Hone, John: New York City merchant, and Merchants’ Bank, XXVI 106
Hone, J. and P.: New York City merchant firm, XXVI 106n
Hone, Philip: New York City merchant, XXVI 106n
Honeywell, Israel: pay for Army supplies, XVII 529
Honeywell, Richard, see Hunewell, Richard
Hood, Alexander: British admiral, and preparations for war against France, IX 119
Hoogland, Jeronimus: Army (American Revolution), XXVI 397
Hook, Conrad: contractor for rebuilding lighthouse in S.C., IX 70
Hook, Moses: Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 582, XXIV 245, 667, 669, 671, 673
Hooper, ——: shipmaster of French privateer, and seizure of British ship, XIV 425
Hooper, George: commissioner to regulate shipping on Cape Fear River, XIV 230, construction of Cape Fear lighthouse, VIII 295, 464–66, IX 173–75, XVI 144
Hooper, Horace: hospital storekeeper (American Revolution), II 577
Hooper, James: hospital storekeeper (American Revolution), II 577
Hooper, Robert Lettis: land speculator in Pa., and Hamilton’s law practice, III 44, 612, 613
Robert Lettis Hooper v Conolly: and Hamilton’s law practice, III 44
Hooper, Thomas W.: Additional Army candidate (Mass.), XXII 319, 326, 334
Hoops, Adam, XXII 125n; Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 129; land speculation of, XXIV 240, XXV 43; Regular Army (Quasi-War), XXII 203, 204n, 225n, 261–62, 378, 397, 548–49, 554, 601, 603, 605, 607, 608, 610, XXIII 77, 119, 165, 166n, 168, 217n, 254n, 276, 300, 301, 305, 349, 350n, 355n, 371, 488, 538, 607, 617, 618, 620, 621, 623, 625, 626, 627, 628, 629, 630, 632, 634, 637, 640, 641, 643, 644, 646, 655, 657, XXIV 78–79, 82, 83, 89, 117, 173, 187–88, 258, 371, 395, 608, 617, 652, 657, 665, 667, 669, 670, 671, 675, XXV 12, 44
Hoops, Robert (brother of Adam Hoops): Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 128; comment on Additional Army candidate (N.J.), XXII 125
Hoosick Patent: and Hamilton’s law practice, XVIII 355, XXVI 10n
Hope, Henry: head of Amsterdam banking firm, III 500n, loan to Russia, X 475–76, 478–79, and Spanish loan, XIII 334n, and U.S. debt to France, XI 181, 595, and U.S. efforts to secure foreign loans, VII 182n, 186, 351, VIII 171, 574, 582n
Hope, House of: Amsterdam banking firm, III 500, XI 181n, and Spanish loan, XIII 334, and U.S. efforts to secure foreign loans, VII 182, 351n, VIII 171n, 574n, 582
Hope (American brig): Stephen Zacharie, owner, and customs regulations, VII 391, VIII 302, X 560
Hope (brig): American Revolution prize, and Hamilton’s law practice, XXVI 459
Hope (brig): granted passport at Baltimore, Md., XVI 375
Hope (brig at Baltimore): citizenship of owner, Richard Gernon, X 514–15
Hope (Danish brig): captured by American privateer, XIV 154–55
Hope (American schooner): and customs regulations, XIV 201
Hope (ship): request for a passport at Charleston, S.C., XVI 355
Hope (ship at Baltimore): and customs regulations, IX 163–64
Hope (ship at Providence); and customs regulations, VII 437
Hope (ship from New York City): and China trade, IX 42n, 55
Hope (ship from Surinam): and customs regulations, XII 9
Hope and Company, see Hope, House of
Hopewell, treaties of, XIX 14n
Hopewell Township, N.J.: in American Revolution, I 510, headquarters, I 502–3
Hopkins, Charles: business relations with Jeremiah Wadsworth and John B. Church, III 477
Hopkins, David (Md.): Additional Army candidate (Md.), XXII 288, 309; Army (American Revolution), II 7; Army (Quasi-War), XXIII 640, XXIV 278, 279n, 342, 343n, 368, 381–82, 386, 648; and Hamilton’s dispute with John F. Mercer, XII 510
Hopkins, David (N.Y.): N.Y. State Senator, member of Council of Appointment, IV 508n
Hopkins, Elisha: Army (American Revolution), Hamilton’s battalion, XXVI 417
Hopkins, George F.: and publication of The Federalist, IV 290, 291, 293; publisher of The [N.Y.] Minerva, & Mercantile Evening Advertiser, XX 489n, XXVI 858; publishes Hamilton’s Letter on John Adams, XXV 175, 176–77
Hopkins, Jesse: Additional Army candidate (Conn.), XXII 270
Hopkins, John: commissioner of loans (Va.), IX 413, XI 301, XIV 332, XV 90, accounts, XIII 284–85, administration of office and instructions to, VIII 32, 239, XIV 356, XV 81, 99–100, 129, appropriation for office expense, XIII 127, pay, VI 537, payment by, XIII 41, XIV 63, payments to, for arrearages of pay for Va. line, VII 76, XIII 302, for interest on public debt, XIII 98, 566, 567, 568, XV 529–30, XVI 421–22, XVII 531, for invalid pensions, XIII 88, 569, 570, XV 526, XVII 527, for pay, XIII 565, for pay and expenses, XIII 80, 123, 127, XV 516, XVII 515, and Va.’s accounts with U.S., XIV 233, 312, 358, 358n, 487, 488n, 497; Continental loan officer (Va.), accounts, VI 513–14, pay, VI 303. See also “Treasury Department circulars to the commissioners of loans” and “Treasury Department circulars to the Continental loan officers”
Hopkins, Lemuel: Hartford, Conn., physician and poet, X 397
Hopkins, Peter: N.J. Loyalist, I 236
Hopkins, Rufus: co-owner of Furnace Hope, XVI 533, XVII 80–81n
Hopkins, Samuel Miles: Hamilton’s “Notes for Speech by,” and N.Y. election of 1801, XXV 378–80
Hopkins, Sewall: trustee of Hamilton-Oneida Academy, XIX 146
Hopkins, Silas: N.J. Loyalist, I 236
Hopkins, Theodore: Hartford, Conn., business associate of Jeremiah Wadsworth, III 478
Hopkins Grammar School, New Haven, Conn., IV 242n
Hopkinson, Francis: treasurer of loans (1778–1781), interest due on money borrowed by U.S., XV 578, XVII 543, payment of interest on loan office certificates (estate of), XIII 100, payment of interest on money borrowed by U.S., XIII 138, 139, 141, 142, 143, 145, 146, 147; U.S. judge for District of Pa., death of, XI 13, pay, XIII 55
Hopkinson, Joseph: comment on Additional Army candidate (Pa.), XXII 143; payments to, as executor of estate of Francis Hopkinson, XIII 100, 141
Hopper’s Tavern, N.J., I 504
Horace: Odes, XXVI 347n
“Horatius No. II”: Hamilton’s discussion of Jay Treaty, XIX 74–77
Hornby, William: English speculator in Genesee count