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 Madison Papers Indexes | Papers of James Madison, Index to Secretary of State Series volume 9 |  C

Cabell, Joseph, Jr. [1 reference]

Caddo Indians [1 reference]

Cádiz, Spain [3 references + 12 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Caen, France [1 reference]

Caffree, Capt. (at Kingston, Jamaica) [1 reference]

Caillard, Bernardin Anne Jean (French chargé d’affaires at Berlin) [1 reference]

Calcasieu River [4 references]

Calder, Sir Robert (admiral on La Coruña station) [1 reference]

Calhoun, Floride Bonneau Colhoun (Mrs. John C.) [1 reference]

Calhoun, John Caldwell [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Cambacérès, Jean-Jacques Régis de (arch-chancellor of France) [1 reference]

Cambrai, Treaty of (1529) [1 reference]

Cambrian (British frigate) [4 references]

Cambridge, Mass. [1 reference]

Camden, N.C. [1 reference]

Campbell, Donald (Portuguese naval officer) [1 reference]

Campbell, George (British naval officer) [1 reference]

Campbell, Capt. Hugh G. (of Constellation) [1 subentry]

Campbell, Joseph [1 reference]

Campeche, Mexico [1 reference]

Canada [1 reference]

Canary Islands [1 reference]

C. and T. Bullit (Louisville, Ky., merchant firm) [1 reference]

Canton, China [2 references + 2 subentries]

Cape Bona [See redirect]

Cape of Good Hope [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Cape St. Vincent, Portugal [1 subentry]

Cape Town, South Africa [2 references]

Cap Français, Haiti [4 references + 1 subentry]

Capilan, Capt. (of Le Serpent) [1 reference]

Carcas, Antonio Renaud [1 reference]

Caricut River [See redirect]

Carleton, Isaac (Boston merchant) [1 reference]

Carlisle, Pa. [1 reference]

Carmick, Capt. Daniel [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Carondelet, Francisco Luis Héctor, baron de [1 subentry]

Carondelet Canal, New Orleans [2 references + 1 subentry]

Carr, Capt. James L. (of Venus) [1 reference]

Carr, Martha Jefferson [1 reference]

Carr, Overton, Jr. [2 references]

Carrick, James (Swedish vice-consul at New Orleans) [1 reference]

Carrick, Capt. John (civil commandant at St. Bernard, La.) [1 reference]

Carrington, Edward [1 reference + 3 subentries]

Cartagena, Spain [2 references + 2 subentries]

Carter, Mr. (mate of Iris) [1 reference]

Cartmel, Lancashire, England [1 reference]

Cartwright, Richard (British consul general at Algiers) [2 references]

Carey, Capt. (of Mercury) [1 reference]

Casa Calvo, Sebastián Calvo de la Puerta y O’Farill, marqués de [6 references + 15 subentries]

Cascasiu River [See redirect]

Cass, Lewis [1 subentry]

Castaños, Aragorri Urioste y Olavide, Francisco Javier, duque de Bailén (Spanish general) [1 reference]

Castor (Capt. Cooper) [1 subentry]

Castro, Tomé de (consular agent at Terceira, Azores) [1 reference]

Cathalan, Stephen, Jr. [4 subentries]

Cathcart, James Leander [7 subentries]

Cathcart, William (British deputy secretary at Jamaica) [1 reference]

Cazenave, Joseph (mate of brig Hannah) [1 reference]

Ceres (Capt. E. Brown) [1 subentry]

Cette (Sète), France [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Cevallos Guerra, Pedro (Spanish minister of state) [9 subentries]

Chaignot, Mr. (merchant at Bordeaux) [1 reference]

Chambers, Joseph (Indian agent for Choctaw) [2 references]

Champagny, Jean-Baptiste Nompère (French interior minister) [1 subentry]

Charente River, France [2 references]

Charlemagne [1 reference]

Charles, Capt. Stephen (of Mary) [1 reference]

Charles (U.S. schooner) (Capt. Newman) [2 references]

Charles IV (of Spain) [11 references + 15 subentries]

Charles Carter (U.S. ship) [1 reference]

Charles County, Md. [2 references]

Charleston, S.C. [6 references + 17 subentries]

Charleston Courier (S.C.) [1 reference]

Charleston Library Society [1 reference]

Charlestown, Mass. [3 references]

Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands [1 subentry]

Chase, Samuel [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Chauncey, Capt. Isaac (of John Adams) [1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Cherbourg, France [3 references + 1 subentry]

Chesapeake (U.S. frigate) [1 subentry]

Chesapeake Bay [1 reference]

Chillicothe, Ohio [1 reference]

China [2 subentries]

Choctaw Indians [1 reference]

Christian VII (of Denmark) [1 subentry]

Christians [1 subentry]

Christiansand, Norway [1 subentry]

Christie, Richard [1 reference]

Chrysler’s Farm, Battle of (1813) [1 reference]

Cincinnati, Ohio [1 subentry]

Cincinnati, Society of the [3 references]

Cisalpine Republic [1 subentry]

Citizen of Marseilles (French privateer) [1 reference]

Claiborne, William C. C. [32 subentries]

Claiborne County, Miss. Territory [1 reference]

Clapp, Charles [1 reference]

Clarissa (U.S. ship) (Capt. Christie) [1 subentry]

Clark, Daniel [2 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Clark, James [1 reference]

Clark, Capt. John S. (of Romulus) [1 reference]

Clark, Capt. Nathan (of Huron) [1 reference]

Clark, Capt. Thomas (of Governor Strong) [1 reference]

Clark, William [1 reference]

Clarksburg, Va. (now W.Va.) [1 reference]

Clay, Capt. (of Mariner) [2 references]

Clearance Act (1805) [5 references]

Clifden (stallion) [1 reference]

Clinton, DeWitt [4 subentries]

Clinton, George [3 subentries]

Clio (mare) [1 reference]

Cobb, Arthur, the younger [1 reference]

Cobbett, William [1 subentry]

Cobenzl, Johann Philipp von [2 subentries]

Coburn, John [2 references + 3 subentries]

Cochrane, Alexander, Jr. [1 reference]

Cock, Simon [2 references]

Coffin, Charles A. (mate of Venus) [1 reference]

Cohen, Jacob, & Co. [See redirect]

Coles, John (acting British consul for Mass. and N.H.) [3 references]

Colhoun, Floride Bonneau (Mrs. John Ewing) [1 reference]

Colhoun, John Ewing [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

College of New Jersey [See redirect]

Collingwood, 1st Baron (Cuthbert Collingwood) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Collingwood, Cuthbert [See redirect]

Colorado River [2 references + 1 subentry]

Columbia, S.C. [1 reference]

Columbia (U.S. ship) [1 subentry]

Columbia College [2 references]

Columbian Insurance Co. [1 reference]

commerce [6 subentries]

Commerce (U.S. brig) (Capt. Mattocks) [2 references]

Commerce (U.S. brig from Alexandria, Va.) [1 reference]

Commerce (U.S. schooner) (Capt. Bartlett) [1 reference]

Commerce (U.S. ship) [1 subentry]

commodities [69 subentries + 5 “see also” entries]

Concepción, Chile [1 subentry]

Concord (U.S. ship) (Capt. Rogers) [1 reference]

Congar, Capt. Obadiah (of Enterprize) [2 references]

Congress, Continental [3 references + 1 subentry]

Congress, First (1789–91) [1 reference]

Congress, Second (1791–93) [1 subentry]

Congress, Third (1793–95) [2 subentries]

Congress, Fifth (1797–99) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Congress, Sixth (1799–1801) [1 subentry]

Congress, Seventh (1801–3) [1 reference + 4 subentries]

Congress, Eighth (1803–5) [1 reference + 17 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Congress, Ninth (1805–7) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Congress, Thirteenth (1813–15) [1 reference]

Congress, Twentieth (1827–29) [1 reference]

Congress, Twenty-first (1829–31) [1 reference]

Congress, U.S. [1 subentry + 2 “see also” entries]

Congress (U.S. frigate) [1 subentry]

Connecticut [3 references + 1 subentry]

Connecticut Land Company [1 reference]

Connel, Daniel [1 reference]

Connell, Capt. Charles [1 reference]

Constantinople (Istanbul), Turkey [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Constitution, U.S. [3 references + 3 subentries]

Constitution (U.S. frigate) [3 references + 2 subentries]

Consular Act (1803) [1 reference]

consuls and agents, U.S. [2 references + 36 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Convention of 1800 (with France) [9 references + 4 subentries]

Convention of 1802 (with Great Britain) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Convention of 1802 (with Spain) [5 references + 2 subentries]

Convention of 1819 (with Spain) [1 reference]

Convention of Neutrality and Grants (1804) (Franco-Portuguese) [1 reference]

Cook, Capt. (of St. Michals) [1 reference]

Cooke, William [2 subentries]

Cooper, Capt. (of Castor) [1 reference]

Cooper, Capt. (of Sheffield) [1 reference]

Copenhagen, Denmark [1 reference]

Corbett, Thomas (president of S.C. Insurance Co.) [2 subentries]

Cordova, Col. José de [1 reference]

Cornelia (U.S. snow) (Capt. Hathaway) [1 reference]

Corran, Capt. William (of Mary) [1 reference]

Corsica [1 reference]

Corson, Dower [1 reference]

Corunna [See redirect]

Cotton, Daniel [1 subentry]

Cottrell, Matthew [1 subentry]

County Wicklow, Ireland [1 reference]

Coursell, Capt. Peter (of Lyon) [1 reference]

Cox, Capt. George (of Essex) [1 reference]

Cox, Capt. James (of Mount Vernon) [2 references]

Cox, Capt. Thomas (of General Davie) [2 references]

Coxe, Tench [3 subentries]

Craig, Sir James Henry [3 references + 1 subentry]

Crawford, William (State Department clerk) [1 subentry]

Creek Indians [1 subentry]

Creighton, William, Jr. [2 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

crime [13 subentries]

criminals [1 subentry]

Croudhill, Capt. James (of Washington) [1 reference]

Crowninshield, Jacob (Mass. congressman) [2 subentries]

Crowninshield, Sarah Gardner (Mrs. Jacob) [1 reference]

Crucet, Felix [1 reference]

Crump, Mary A. Green (Mrs. Reuben) [1 reference]

Crump, Reuben [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Crusades [1 subentry]

Cuba [3 references + 13 subentries + 4 “see also” entries]

Cub Creek, Va. [1 reference]

Cummons, John (seaman on Cynthia) [1 reference]

Curaçao [4 subentries]

Curieux (British brig) (Capt. Bettesworth) [3 references]

Curling, Mr. (supercargo of schooner Sally) [1 reference]

Curtenius, Peter (marshal at N.Y.) [1 reference]

Custis, Eleanor Parke [1 reference]

Cutting, Nathaniel [1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Cutts, Anna Payne (Mrs. Richard) [2 references]

Cutts, Richard [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Cuxhaven, Germany [2 references]

Cynthia (U.S. brig) (Capt. Andrews) [3 references]

Czartoryski, Prince Adam Jerzy (Russian deputy foreign minister) [2 references]