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 Jefferson Papers Indexes | Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Index to volume 26 | G |  Genet, Edmond Charles

Subentries

– letters to [25 references]

– letters from [22 references]

– memorial from [1 reference]

– portrait of [1 reference]

– recall of [22 references]

– draft letter from [1 reference]

– and new commercial treaty with U.S. [10 references]

Les Français Libres à leurs freres de la Louisiane [4 references]

– and French plan to liberate Louisiana [6 references]

– and proposed purchase of provisions in U.S. for France [17 references]

– arrival in Philadelphia [3 references]

– identified [1 reference]

– letter of credence for [5 references]

– reception by Washington [8 references]

– types of surviving correspondence with TJ [1 reference]

– publication of TJ's correspondence with [2 references]

– commissions French privateers in U.S. [13 references]

– and restoration of French prizes [12 references]

– confers with TJ [2 references]

– Philadelphia address to [2 references]

– reception in Philadelphia [3 references]

– and U.S. guarantee of French possessions in America [9 references]

– and case of Grange [5 references]

– and reorganization of French consular service [6 references]

– letters from cited [6 references]

– and Dunkirk buoy [1 reference]

– and case of Gideon Henfield [6 references]

– and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service [14 references]

– letters from submitted to Washington [10 references]

– and proposed purchase of naval stores in U.S. for France [2 references]

– and proposed purchase of lumber in U.S. for France [4 references]

– and duties on wine [2 references]

– and proposed purchase of flour in U.S. for France [2 references]

– and case of Little Sarah [12 references]

– and Saint-Domingue factionalism [1 reference]

– and U.S. arms sales to France [1 reference]

– and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S. [12 references]

– memorial from [1 reference]

– reception in Alexandria [1 reference]

– reception in Georgetown [1 reference]

– reception in Richmond [1 reference]

– and withdrawal from U.S. ports of French privateers [7 references]

– and case of York [3 references]

– and French captures of U.S. prizes [3 references]

– and case of Amiable [2 references]

– sends pamphlets to TJ [1 reference]

– and case of John Singleterry [1 reference]

– and U.S. debt to France [5 references]

– and French right to commission privateers in U.S. [14 references]

– and Madison's acceptance of French citizenship [1 reference]

– and case of Active [1 reference]

– and case of William [4 references]

– and sale of French prizes in U.S. [3 references]

– and delay in pursuing belligerent ships leaving U.S. ports [1 reference]

– and case of Republican [1 reference]

– and suspension of payment on bills drawn to supply Saint-Domingue [5 references]

– attitude toward Washington [9 references]

– and use of U.S. ports by armed allied ships [5 references]

– and British privateers fitted out in U.S. [2 references]

– and detention of French prizes in U.S. ports [3 references]

– and French captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters [1 reference]

– and arming of allied ships in U.S. ports [4 references]

– and case of Swallow [2 references]

– and use of U.S. ports by allied ships [1 reference]

– conversation with TJ on possibility of U.S. war with Great Britain and Spain [1 reference]

– and right to appeal to American people [2 references]

– and right to appeal to Congress [2 references]

– TJ's criticism of [8 references]

– and case of Fanny [1 reference]

– and U.S. right to navigate Mississippi [5 references]

– and case of Trusty [1 reference]

– and case of Betsey [1 reference]

– and French captures of Swedish prizes [1 reference]

Les Francais Libres a leurs freres Les Canadiens [1 reference]

– and French plan to liberate Canada [2 references]

– and arming of French privateers in U.S. [2 references]

– and threat to appeal from Washington to American people [8 references]

– and case of Vainqueur de la Bastille [1 reference]

– and case of Jane [3 references]

– and British interference with French passengers on U.S. ships [4 references]

– and British seizure of French property on U.S. ships [5 references]

– misunderstanding of Constitution [3 references]

– and British influence on U.S. government [1 reference]

– and case of George Allison [1 reference]

– letters to submitted to Washington [5 references]

– and referral of neutrality questions to Supreme Court [2 references]

– and right to appeal from Washington to American people [3 references]

– Madison's views on [1 reference]

– Hamilton's method of addressing [1 reference]

– and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees [1 reference]

– and case of Commerçant [1 reference]

– and free ships and free goods [1 reference]

– and French captures of British prizes [1 reference]

– and British captures of U.S. prizes [1 reference]

– and case of Columbia [1 reference]

– and case of Sally [1 reference]

– and French fleet in U.S. [2 references]

– promises to commission no additional French privateers in U.S. [1 reference]

– Hamilton's attitude toward [1 reference]

– and compensation for French prizes [5 references]

– and use of U.S. ports by French privateers commissioned in U.S. [1 reference]

– and use of U.S. ports by French privateers fitted out in U.S. [2 references]

– and British captures of French prizes [3 references]

– and British captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters [3 references]

– and case of Republican tender [3 references]

– and alleged French refugee plots against Saint-Domingue [3 references]

– presidency of Société Française des Amis de la Liberté et de l'Egalité [3 references]

– and French right to fit out privateers in U.S. [5 references]

– visits N.Y. [1 reference]

– and case of Betsy brigantine [1 reference]

– Republican support for [1 reference]

– opposition to in U.S. [4 references]

– and Democratic Society of Pennsylvania [2 references]

– letter to Washington [1 reference]

– instructions from Provisional Executive Council [1 reference]

– marriage [1 reference]

– remains in U.S. [1 reference]

– arrival in Charleston [2 references]

– and payment of duties on prize goods in U.S. [2 references]

– and right to appeal from Washington to Congress [2 references]

– and U.S. neutrality [1 reference]

– and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue [1 reference]

– dispute with Galbaud [1 reference]

– address to citizens of New York City [1 reference]

– address to citizens of Philadelphia [1 reference]

– mentioned [1 reference]