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 Jefferson Papers Indexes | Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Index to volume 27 | G |  Genet, Edmond Charles

Subentries

– letters to [30 references]

– letters from [50 references]

– note from [1 reference]

– recall of [17 references]

– correspondence with TJ published [3 references]

– abandoned by Republicans [5 references]

– threat to appeal from Washington to American people [16 references]

– and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S. [17 references]

– interference in American politics criticized [4 references]

– French privateers commissioned by in U.S. [3 references]

– and restoration of French prizes [8 references]

– dispute with Galbaud [6 references]

– letters from cited [7 references]

– and tonnage duties from Saint-Domingue refugees [11 references]

– and case of William Tell [9 references]

– and detention of French prizes in U.S. ports [9 references]

– and threatened revocation of French consular exequaturs [5 references]

– and case of Duplaine [7 references]

– TJ's notes for letter to [1 reference]

– and U.S. jurisdiction over belligerent prize cases [4 references]

– arrival in Philadelphia [1 reference]

– TJ compares to Dumouriez [1 reference]

– and case of Fanny [5 references]

– and case of William [10 references]

– and French captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters [12 references]

– letters to submitted to Washington [15 references]

– and detention of French sailors [6 references]

– and case of Greyhound [1 reference]

– and Hauterive's criticism of TJ [1 reference]

– and alleged French refugee plots in U.S. [15 references]

– and maritime jurisdiction of U.S. [10 references]

– and French plan to liberate Louisiana [4 references]

– and compensation for French prizes [2 references]

– and French right to fit out privateers in U.S. [4 references]

– letters forwarded from [2 references]

– withdrawal from U.S. ports of French privateers commissioned by in U.S. [3 references]

– and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service [6 references]

– letters from submitted to Washington [2 references]

– and case of Citoyen Genet [1 reference]

– views on U.S. Constitution [7 references]

– diplomatic career in Europe [2 references]

– expulsion from Russia [2 references]

– reproaches TJ [1 reference]

– and G. Morris's recall [2 references]

– publishes correspondence with TJ [8 references]

– and purchase in U.S. of provisions for France [3 references]

– requests arms for French West Indies [2 references]

– and U.S. debt to France [10 references]

– and French right to bring prizes into U.S. ports [1 reference]

– and new commercial treaty with U.S. [7 references]

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

– instructions from Provisional Executive Council [4 references]

– and French policy against meddling abroad [1 reference]

– and French right to commission privateers in U.S. [2 references]

– and passports for French ships [1 reference]

– and French trade restrictions [2 references]

– and British trade restrictions [2 references]

– and prize of Concorde [1 reference]

– and address of French consular commissions [8 references]

– and exequaturs for French consuls [9 references]

– and case of Roehampton [1 reference]

– and French captures of British ships [3 references]

– and French consular appointments [8 references]

– British attitude toward [1 reference]

– and case of Catherine [2 references]

– and British occupation of Saint-Domingue [2 references]

– and U.S. guarantee of French possessions in America [4 references]

– and British impressment of seamen [1 reference]

– and British relations with Western Indians [1 reference]

– and British retention of western posts [1 reference]

– and French plan to liberate Canada [3 references]

Les Français Libres à leurs freres de la Louisiane [1 reference]

Les Francais Libres a leurs freres Les Canadiens [2 references]

– and denunciation of Mangourit [3 references]

– and French plan to capture E. and W. Fla. [2 references]

– marries Cornelia Clinton [1 reference]

– and alleged British plots against U.S. [2 references]

– and case of Conyngham [3 references]

– and case of Pilgrim [2 references]

– and funds for French naval vessels in U.S. [2 references]

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

– and French reissue of assignats [1 reference]

– attempts to sue Jay and King for libel [8 references]

– and case of Moissonnier [1 reference]

– and departure of French naval vessels in U.S. [1 reference]

– and French naval operations in Caribbean [1 reference]

– and French naval protection for vessels to France [1 reference]

– dispatches from France lost [1 reference]

– sends French constitution to TJ [1 reference]

– and appeal from Washington to Congress [6 references]

– translation of letters of [1 reference]

– credences of [1 reference]

– rank as consul general questioned [1 reference]

– courier to TJ [1 reference]

– and mistreatment of deputation from Saint-Domingue [3 references]

– report on French West Indies [3 references]

– and Saint-Domingue political situation [1 reference]

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

– and case of Jane of Dublin [2 references]

– and case of Lovely Lass [2 references]

– and case of Prince William Henry [2 references]

– and alleged threats to French consuls [5 references]

– requests authority over U.S. ships to Saint-Domingue [2 references]

– and freedom of the press [1 reference]

– and case of Carmagnole [1 reference]

– and arming of British ships in U.S. [1 reference]

– and case of Little Sarah [2 references]

– and sale of arms to belligerent nations [1 reference]

– correspondence with TJ certified for Congress [1 reference]

– and payment of bills drawn on Saint-Domingue [1 reference]

– and enlistment in French service of French citizens in U.S. [1 reference]

– and TJ's report on commerce [1 reference]

– and neutrality rules [1 reference]

– and enlistment of Indians in French service [1 reference]

– and free ships and free goods [1 reference]

– and Proclamation of Neutrality [1 reference]

– and opening of French ports to U.S. ships [1 reference]

– mentioned [3 references]