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Schuyler, Philip, i. 186, 169, 182, 183, 188, 191, 209, 210, 222, 265, 270; v. 492, 590;

vi. 212.
Sedgewick, Theodore, i. 482, 483; v. 216, 580; vi. 392, 396, 399, 437, 442, 491, 511, 562.
Seton, William, i. 416; v. 463, 480, 500, 505, 509, 511, 512.
Short, Wm., iv. 7, 9, 86, 99, 188, 164, 177, 180.
Smith, E. H., vi. 268.
Smith, Col., v. 394, 412.
Smith, William, vi. 241.
St. Clair, v. 613; vi. 403.
Steele, v. 561.
Steuben, Baron de, i. 83, 475; vi. 405.
Stevens, Edward, vi. 115.
Stirling, Lord, i. 21.
Stoddert, v. 209; vi. 353.

Talleyrand, vi. 170.
Ternant, iv. 174, 382.
Tilghman, i. 219.
Tracy, Uriah, vi. 286.
Truxton, vi. 533.

Van Rensselaer, vi. 404.
Van Vechten, vi. 525.
Varick, Richard, v. 633.
Verplanck, v. 490.

Wadsworth, Jeremiah, i. 440; v. 447, 586.
Washington, Bushrod, vi. 526.
Washington, George, i. 37, 52, 62, 95, 97, 101, 106, 107, 193, 195, 202, 221, 339, 343, 359,

353, 361, 368, 410, 412, 429, 437, 447, 449, 479, 485, 490; iv. 4, 35, 70, 75, 76, 94, 103,
145, 146, 156, 159, 168, 175, 178, 180, 230, 238, 241, 280, 284, 286, $12, 313, 314, 393,
341, 357, 359, 392, 435, 448, 453, 454, 455, 464, 465, 471, 473, 475, 476, 515, 516, 534,
589, 543, 547, 562, 566, 570, 572; v. 11, 15, 27, 42, 44, 47, 49, 74, 143, 148, 217, 237,
245, 266, 274, 277, 316, 339, 358, 387, 439, 593; ri. 12, 14, 16, 19, 25, 28, 33, 35, 51, 52,
63, 64, 70, 71, 73, 78, 99, 116, 120, 185, 144, 147, 149, 156, 160, 171, 178, 196, 268, 269,

290, 322, 336, 369, 400, 401.
Walterstoff, vi. 556.
Watson, James, v. 495; vi. 126.
Wheelock, John, v. 458.
Williams, vi. 258.
Williams, 0. H., i. 148.
Williamson, H., v. 594.
Willinck, vi. 4.
Willing, v. 76.
Wilkes, John, i. 427.
Witherspoon, v. 442.
Wolcott, Oliver, iv. 223 ; vi. 7,15, 20, 24, 27, 30, 39, 41, 57, 59, 65, 74, 83, 110, 126, 199, 189,

154, 164, 173, 175, 185, 221, 237, 278, 358, 365, 379, 406, 447, 470, 471, 498.
Woolsey, vi. 525.

INDEX OF LETTERS.

No. III.

Washington to Count D'Estaing, vol. i. 93.
Clinton to Duane and L'Hommedieu, i. 398.
Jefferson to Washington, iv. 35.
Washington to President of National Assembly, iv. 101.
Knox to Washington, iv. 196, 459.
Jefferson to Washington, iv. 197, 293, 314, 334, 401, 412, 415, 419, 430, 458.
Randolph to Washington, iv. 209, 344, 403, 455.
Jefferson to Ternaut, iv. 240.
Washington to Governors of Pennsylvania and North and South Carolina, iv. 318.
Substance of answer proposed to French Minister, iv. 358.
Washington to Jefferson, iv. 429.
Washington to Justices of Supreme Court of United States, iv. 449.
Washington to Heads of Departments, iv. 454.
Jefferson to Genet, iv. 490.
Wolcott to Wilkes, vi. 37.
McHenry to Washington, vi. 143,
Washington to McHenry, vi. 154, 165.
Adams to McHenry, vi. 285, 283.

GENERAL INDEX.

12 vol b 262 A.
ACADEMIES, ii. 344.
ACADEMY, MILITARY,Y262; v. 378, 387; vi. 295; vii. 612, 613, 686.
ACCOUNTS WITH STATES, 337, 347, 350; auditors of, ii. 148, 236; ii. 16; regular settle-

ments of, not to be disturbed, i. 580; adjustinent of, v. 397, 409, 423.
ADAMS, JOHN, as v. p. i. 481, 482 ; opinions and writings, 482, 483, 487, 489; character,

v. 217; election, 526, 533, 534 ; vi. 186, 191, 206, 213, 251, 294, 317, 359, 362, 393,
413, 436, 487, 440, 441, 444, 446, 448, 449, 452, 454, 456, 458, 459, 460, 461, 463, 464,
465, 471, 472, 474, 475, 477, 479, 480, 481, 482, 483, 522; vii. 175, 380; public con-

duct examined, 687 to 727 ; letters to, 726, 727.
Adams, FORT, v. 366.
ADDRESS ON NEW-YORK ELECTION, ii. 474.
- to PUBLIO CREDITORS, vi. 632.

- ANSWER TO, vi. 85; valedictory, see Farewell Address.
ADET SUOCEEDS FAUCHET AS MINISTER FROM FRANCE, vi. 1; his powers, 41, 42, 72, 129,

130, 132, 134; published letter, 156, 157; conduct to, 159, 160, 161, 163, 169, 175,

178, 179, 180, 197, 207; vii. 599, 602.
ADJUTANT GENERAL, V. 264.
ADMINISTRATION, objections to, iv. 231; answered, 248, 294, 303; of public money, 560,

562; measures of, vi. 222, 227; policy, 236, 248, 250, 253, 255, 270, 273, 277 ; meas-

ures advised, 295; member of, his duty, vii. 61, 62, 63.
ADVANCES, to Army, v. 334; by Treasury, vi. 59, 60.
AGRICULTURE, promotion of, iii. 5; vi. 158; board of, vii. 611, 612.
AIDS DE CAMP, v. 169, 170, 229.
ALGIERS, iv. 215; vi. 55, 181, 212.
ALIEN BILL, vi. 800, 303.
ALLEGIANCE, ii. 47.
ALLEGHANY, insurrection in, v. 2, 39.
ALLOWANCES, extra, when proper, v. 152, 153, 306, 857, 896, 432.
AMBASSADOR, power to send home, vii. 500.
AMERICA, independence, ii. 10; courage, 67, 88, 105; population, 117; duty, 329 ; liber-

ties of, vi. 587.
AMERICA, SOUTH. See SOUTH AMERICA.
AMSTERDAM, iv. 7.
ANDRÉ, Major, capture and execution, i. 178, 179, 187.
ANIMALS, live, v. 88.

APPROPRIATIONS, vii. 530, 532; laws, 533, 786, 788, 790.
Army, of revolution--composition, i. 58, 155; raise for war, 159; supply, 160; half-pay

to, 160, 321; claims, 328; discontents, 341, 348; addresses to, 844; accounts, 347, 348,
849, 351, 334, 355, 361, 364, 384; reorganization, ii. 139, 145; position, 150; recruit-
ing, 164; supplies, 166; ordnance, clothing, 166; regulations, 176; servants, 177;
arms, 177; guards, 177; dragoons, 182; furloughs, 185; memorial, 229; pay, half-
pay, accounts, 229; rights, 230; pay, 234; patriot, 237; accounts, 238; invalids,
246 ; discharge, 250; land, 251 ; peace establishment, 253, 256; fortifications,
255, 260; rations, 259; pay, 259; forage, 260; clothing, 260; arsenals, magazines,
261; foundries, arms, 262; officers, 262; board of, 266; promotions, 267; necessity
of, 268; mutiny, 268, 276, 279; standing, 50; supplies, regulation, iv, 226, 249;
claims, v. 512; station, 146, 159; supplies, 146, 155; augmentation, 156; western,
160 ; supplies, 162; deportment of, 162; organization, 166; disposition, 179; in-
crease, 184; supplies, 184; provisional, 185, 189, 190, 195; command, 196; stations,
199; commands, 202, 205, 211, 213; act better organizing, 223, 227; disposition, 811,
816; distribution, 345, 347, 352, 355, 358, 362, 402, 406; disbanded, 437; address to,
437; vi. 56; provisional, 214, 240, 248, 282, 295, 305, 317, 878, 380, 386, 393, 408; re-

view of establishment urged, vii. 553; increase of, 686, 739.
ARNOLD, Mr., i. 342.
ARNOLD, Gen., treason, i. 172, 181, 202; in Virginia, 208.
ARTICLES OF WAR, V. 392.
ARTILLERY, ii. 148, 256; v. 147; park, 149, 160, 166, 169, 174; stations, 178, 206, 223, 251,

269; organization, 280; regulations, 398, 405.
ARTS AND SCIENCES, academy of, v. 479.
ARSENALS, v. 164, 323.
Assays, iv. 93.
ASSEMBLY, ii, 305, 396; persons eligible, 466.
ASSUMPTION OF STATE DEBTs, iii. 43; amount, 96; further and general, 291; iv. 277;

455, 457, 547.
ATTORNEY GENERAL, iv. 4; views of constitution, iii. 117.
AUCTION, sales at, iii. 52.
AULDJO, i. 438, 439.
AUSTRIA, vi. 211, 315, 375, 376, 407, 408; vii. 112.

B.

Baone, v. 50, 51.
Bank, i. national, plan, 125, 127, 131, 164, 165, 236 to 317, 414; of New York, 415; in

Pennsylvania, 415, 416, 419; national, îi. 194; of New-York, 330; national, iii. 48;
notes, 69, 70, 105; report on, 106; advantages, 108, 110, 111; disadvantages, 112;
capital, 115, 119, 120; banks three, 125; direction of, 129, 136; organization, 182;
stock, 137; loans, 138; debts, 143; deposits, 352, 353 ; public benefits, 483; notes,
540; iv. 93, 103; constitutionality, 104, 124, 127 to 184; of New York, v. 37, 76,
463 ; national, 473, 475; branch, 485, 486, 562; vi. 9; vii. 371, 372, 374; merchants,

plan of, vii. 839, 844.
BARRACKS, V. 308.
BARRAs, vi. 231.
BARRE, Col., ii. 93.
BATTLE, order of, v. 414, 421, 427.
BAUMAN, S., i. 144 ; condition of West Point.
BAYARD, WILLIAM, vi. 363.

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