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 Jefferson Papers Indexes | Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Cumulative Index to vols. 1–20 | S |  Spain

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– relations with U.S. [42 references]

– position in American Revolution [9 references]

– relations with Britain [33 references]

– and navigation of Mississippi [29 references]

– loan to U.S. [5 references]

– activities in Fla. [1 reference]

– British capture merchantmen of [1 reference]

– navy [17 references]

– captures by rumored [1 reference]

– at New Orleans [1 reference]

– alliance with Va. [1 reference]

– takes Pensacola bay [1 reference]

– attitude toward offer of mediation [2 references]

– claims territory east of Mississippi [1 reference]

– and Definitive Peace Treaty [1 reference]

– U.S. treaty of amity and commerce [15 references]

– U.S. trade with [8 references]

– coinage [2 references]

– rate of exchange with [2 references]

– trade with Mass. [1 reference]

– trade with N.H. [2 references]

– trade with Va. [1 reference]

– rivers [1 reference]

– settlement on west shore of Mississippi [2 references]

– purchase of land from proposed by Madison [1 reference]

– relations with France [15 references]

– at Natchez [2 references]

– relations with Barbary States [8 references]

– Congress' indifference toward [2 references]

– death of princes [1 reference]

– postal service to U.S. [1 reference]

– relations with Algiers [36 references]

– foreign relations [1 reference]

– relations with Morocco [12 references]

– trade with S.C. [1 reference]

– effect of possible European war on [1 reference]

– climate [1 reference]

– intercedes for crew of the Betsy [3 references]

– succession to crown [1 reference]

– aid to U.S. in negotiations with Barbary States [16 references]

– weaknesses advantageous to U.S. [1 reference]

– relations with Indians [3 references]

– probable part in French-Dutch treaty [1 reference]

– relations with Naples [16 references]

– relations with Portugal [1 reference]

– opposition to rule in South America [1 reference]

– relations with Turkey [1 reference]

– colonies [2 references]

– relations with Russia [7 references]

– orders destruction of map of South America [2 references]

– Jay favors good terms with [1 reference]

– cavalry reduction [1 reference]

– financial affairs [2 references]

– relations with Netherlands [2 references]

– possibility of war against by inhabitants of west [1 reference]

– new council of state established [1 reference]

– claim of S.C. against [1 reference]

– alliance with Austria and Russia [1 reference]

– travel in recommended [3 references]

– Ky. intrigues with reported [2 references]

– politics and government [4 references]

– exports foreign cloth to South America [1 reference]

– wines [1 reference]

– relations with Tunis [1 reference]

– grants land on Mississippi to Col. Morgan [4 references]

– Rutledge plans to visit [7 references]

– revolutionary sentiments rumored [1 reference]

– American medals sent to [1 reference]

– suppresses French books [1 reference]

– U.S. ships forbidden to use Spanish ports [1 reference]

– war with Britain [57 references]

– Humphreys' mission to [7 references]

– peace with Britain (Madrid convention, 1790) [9 references]

– in Russo-Turkish peace negotiations [2 references]

– and the fisheries [4 references]

– counter-revolutionary activity against France [1 reference]

– finances [1 reference]

– minister to U.S. [1 reference]

– regulates imported wheat [1 reference]

– unrest in [2 references]

– army [1 reference]

– population [1 reference]

See Also

See also Jay, John: Secretary of Foreign Affairs, negotiations with Gardoqui [link unavailable]