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debt to, 88; conduct, 55, 62, 77, 98, 102, 151, 153, 155, 153; payment, 171, 181, 188,
216, 221, 223, 240, 283, 318, 339, 343, 358; minister, received or not, 362; treaties
with, 365, 379, 382; debt to, 381, 414, 415, 418, 420; v. 441; accounts with, 422, 444;
reclaims tonnagc, 474, 488, 497, 508, 546 ; v. 13; commercial system, 81, 94, 95, 185,
136, 140; invasion by, v. 148, 157, 274, 359; prospects, 440; commerce, 487, 489,
588, 539, 555, 559, 566, 570, 588, 634; famine in, vi. 16, 75, 88, 116, 122, 125; plan
of, 130, 133, 136, 150, 159, 165, 173, 174, 177, 181, 188, 187, 193; mission to, 194 to
209; treaty, 210; commission extraordinary to, 214, 216 to 260, 265, 269, 274, 254,
296, 297, 301, 319, 328, 357, 367, 378, 390, 407, 425, 466; treaty, 491, 508, 524, 575;
vii. 85, 86; war by, offensive, 87, 88; decree, 89, 90, 91; guarantee, 96; gratitude
to, 96, 99; conduct to U. 8., 100, 105; obligation to, 108, 119; treaty with, 181, 187;
career and objects, 141, 142, 151, 157, 171, 174, 181, 210, 211, 222, 224, 853 ; treaty
with, 382; colonial system, 389, 891; new treaty with, 393; terms required, 898;
guarantee, 399; succors of, vii. 594; motives, 595; policy, 596, 597, conduct, 601;
motives, 609; policy, 616; adherents, 619; object, 620; power, 621; measures to-
wards, 622; captures by, 626; decrees aggressive, 631, 686; conduct, 640; resistance
to, 642, 643; war, origin of, 645, 647, 649; irreligior. and immorality, 650, 651; arro-
ance, 663, 664; demand of tribute, 669; invasion, 671, 672; policy towards, 673, 675,

702, 729, 731.
FRAUNCIS, v. 583, 584, 585; vi. 261.
FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN, i. 898; opinion of Adams, vi. 446, 569, 571; vii. 880.
FRANKLIN Fort, v. 11, 12; pieces signed, vi. 2; vii. 168.
FREEDOM, definition of, ii. 3, 22, 34, 64, 116, 291.
FREE SHIPs, free goods, vii. 452, 453, 458, 460, 463, 464, 665, 667.
FRENEAU, iv. 299; v. 518, 519, 522; vii. 5, 6, 11, 15, 35.
FRENCH CAPTURES, vi. 84; colonies, independence of, vii. 686; faction, vii. 681, 682, 689.
FULTON, v. 43.
FUNDING, i. 312; permanent, 317; general, 329, 356, 366, 367; ii. 191, 197, 198, 236, 289,

sinking, 212, 213; general, 217, 220, 239; iii.5; sinking, 295; right of taxing public,
514; of sequestration and confiscation, 521; iv. 167, 187; sinking, 217, 218; state

of, 426; vindication of, vi. 636; vii. 785, 833.
FUNERALS AND EXECUTIONS, military, v. 415.

G.
GALLATIN, vi. 111, 279.
GALVAN, Major, i. 221.
GATES, HORATIO, i. 28, 37, 38; objects to detaching troops, 41, 49, 111, 170, 171; 5.546.
GENET, iv. 394, 415, 419; recall requested, 469; conduct, 489, 491, 494; correspondence

with, 496, 497 ; v. 561, 564, 565, 572, 574, 589; appeal of, vii. 117, 118, 119; fitting
privateers, 138, 189; enlisting citizens, 139, 140, 394, 395; instructions to, 896, 397,

399, 597, 598.
GENOA, iv. 169; vii. 624, 625, 653.
GEORGIA, ii. 17, 19; iv. 408, 473, 572; v. 33, 35.
GERARD, i. 65, 92.
GERMAN BATTALION, ii. 147.
GERMANY, Emperor of, vi. 215, 230, 313; vii. 655.
GERRY, ELBRIDGE, iv. 274; vi. 283, 297, 313, 316, 357, 867, 413.
GILES, Wm. B., v. 596; vi. 261.
GILLELAND, i. 11, 271.
GILMAN, iv. 85.

Gmat, i. 322.
Glass, iii. 277.
GLAUBECK, v. 583, 584, 586.
GOODHUE, vi. 249.
Goods, unloading of, iii. 64.
GORE, v. 580; vi. 61, 402.
Gouvion, i. 305, 322; Madame, vi. 364.
GOVERNMENT, general, i. 189, 330, 435, 444; seat of, 471, 477 ; republican, ii. 30; civil,

44; free, 56, 188; federal and state, 189; powers necessary, 189, 198; weakness,
201, 202, 284; adequate, 339, 363; constitution of, 393, 395; guaranteed, 408; sup-
ports, 411; British, 413, 415; republic, 415; democratic, 415, 440; moderate, 416;
depends on opinion, 438, 446, 453; objects, 456 ; state, 459 ; national, 460; mixed,
464; monarchy, 464; representative, 464; departments, 465; extent of, 465; national,
iv. 19, 83; powers of sovereign, 105, 109, 110; defect of, 148; change of, 271;
powers, vi. 386; views of the, 581; national and state, vii. 778, 780; departments,

813, 818; definition of, vii. 164.
GRAin, manufacture, iii. 267; v. 87.
GRAND, Mr., iv. 163, 307, 308.
GRANTS, New Hampshire, i. 324, 330, 338, 397.
GRANVILLE, ii. 92; v. 29; vi. 34.
GREAT BRITAIN, ii. 2, 8, 11, 14, 20; king, 46, 48, 62, 104, 105, 116; army, 117; income,

196; consumption of, 196; peace with, 244, 298, 823; iv. 31, 34, 35, 36, 59, 60, 62,
67; policy towards, 500; non-intercourse, 527; negotiation with, 531 ; conduct of,

545; treaty with, 549; instructions, 472, 550, 552, 565; v. 28.
COMMERCIAL SYSTEM, v. 81, 93, 95, 470, 487, 489, 568, 593; vi. 2, 26; remonstrance to, 85,

58, 89, 107, 125, 135, 166, 181, 187; Bank of England, 211, 237, 278, 286; new in-
structions, 288, 297, 300, 306, 315, 417, 462, 466, 469, 478, 485, 496, 519, 588; resources,
vii. 149, 153, 154, 172; hostility to, 174, 185, 210, 218; situation, 220, 221; acts of
June 8, and November 6, 1793, 302, 382; colonial system, 383, 384, 386, 390, 391,
461; conduct, 628; policy towards, 629, 630; orders of, 683, 635; conduct to, 639,

656; treaty with, 723; acts, validity of, 844.
GREENE, Gen., succeeds Gates, i. 190, 193; southern army, 204 ; defeat of Gates, 205,

316, 318, 423; eulogium on, ii. 480; v. 583, 585, 586; vi. 579; Mrs., vi. 3, 6.
GREENLEAF, vi. 413.
GUNPOWDER, iii. 278.

H.
HABERSHAM, V. 37, 68.
HALF-Pay, i. 347, 358.
HAMILTON, prophetic letter, i. 1; mercantile letters, 2, 3; pay-book, 4; notes of reading,

4, 5, 6, 7; captain of artillery, 7, 8, 9, 10; aid to Washington and Lieut.-Colonel, 11 ;
operations of enemy, 16; check to disaffection, 24; rank to Frenchmen, 26; danger
of Philadelphia, 34; his exposure, 35; mission to Gates, 37, 41, 44, 45; movements
of enemy, 60, 62, 63, 64, 70; battalions of negroes, 76; their emancipation, 77 ; vigor
at south, reinforcements of enemy, 85; western expedition, 85; West Indies, 88;
mission to D'Estaing, 93, 95; currency, finances, a foreign loan, 119; employment
of it, 121; a tax in kind, 124; advises a bank, board of trade, single executive de-
partments, 127; mission to negotiate a cartel, 132; movement of enemy, 139; mis-
sion to De Ternay, plan of co-operation, 140; movement of enemy, 142; officers of
light infantry, 143; defects of confederation, 150; advises a convention to form a con-
stitution, 157; perpetual revenue, 158; a bank-executive departments, 159; taxes, 162;
a continental receiver, 163; Gates' defeat, 171; capture of André, 173; his character,
179; Arnold's treason, 172, 181; asks a command in light infantry, attack on New-
York, 195; armory, 201; marriage, 202; resigns as aid, 211; asks a command, 220 ;
finances, 225; revenues of U.S., 231; expenses, credit, a national bank, 236; plan
of, 240; funds and debts, 255; as to command in army, 258; obtains it, 266; ad-
vances to Yorktown, 269; attack of, 271; as to retaining his rank, 275; appointed
continental receiver, 279; condition of U. S., visits New-York Legislature, and
urges taxes, 288; resolution for a national convention, 288; as to New-York finances,
291, 293 ; elected to Congress, 298; urges collection of taxes, 804; permanent funds,
307; taxes, collection of, 308; system of taxation, 811; advises funding debt, ii. 817;
resigns office of Continental receiver, 320; admitted to the bar, 320; clected to
Congress, 320; dissuades removal of French army, 321; rule of conduct, 336; na-
tional commissioners, his plan of, 336; moderation in army, 346, 351; chairman of
committee on peace arrangements, 359; as to plan funding debt, 366; treaty of
peace, 369; mutiny of troops, 374, 395; New Hampshire, 397 ; Federal Union,
402; relinquishment of compensation, 403; rank in army, 403 ; garrisoning posts,
405; rank, 412; brevet, 413 : learning, 420; Cincinnati, 428 ; tories 431 ; for an en-
ergetic government, 436; temporary absence from convention, 436, 440, 442 ; as to
his appointment of aid to Washington, 444; the new Constitution, 445, 448;
Steuben's claims, 448; the Federalist, 450; as to conditional ratification of Consti-
tution,"464; as to adoption by Vermont, 468; Washington becoming President
470, 473, 488; as to seat of Government, 471; advises policy of Massachusetts as
to amendments, 476, 486 ; Vermont, 477; as to the Vice-President, 481 ; opinion
of Adams, 487, 489; choice of President, 488; choice of Vice-President, 490.

Writes “full vindication of Congress," ii. 1; “ farmer refuted," 97; “Re-
marks on Quebec bill," 127 ; plan " reorganization of army," 139; plan “Inspector
General office," 153; writes Essays of Publius, 156; “military remarks and que-
ries," 164 ; second plan of office of “Inspector General," 168; instructions for
mission to France, 171; " military regulations," 176; " discipline," 183; "the Con-
tinentalist," 185; “resolutions for General Convention," 201 ; plan of " specific tar-
ation," 204; resolution for “raising funds," 212; for sinking fund, 212; report on
import duty, 213; provision for interest on debt, 223; for compensation to Steu-
ben, 223; for “ valuation of lands and a census," 224; plan of quartermaster
general's department, 225; report on army memorial, 229; on memorial of Penn-
sylvania, 230; valuation of lands deferred, 236; for permanent and adequate funds
collected by Congrses, 236, respectful resolution as to Washington, 236; for open
debate, 237; homage to the army, 237; army lands and settlement of accounts, 238;
national funds, 239; basis of taxation, 241; department of foreign affairs, 242; ratifi-
cation of treaty with Great Britain, 243; Indian affairs, 244; commercial treaty with
Great Britain, 245; corps of invalids, 246; collection of taxes, 247 ; garrisoning fron-
tier posts, 248; treaty with Russia, 248; discharge of army, 250; deportation of ne-
groes, 251 ; army lands, 251 ; fulfilment of treaty with Great Britain, 252; thanks to
R. R. Livingston, 253; military peace establishment, 253; mutiny at Philadelphia,
268; resolutions for a general convention, 269; mutiny at Philadelphia, 276; vindi-
cates Congress, 283; Phocion, 287 ; bank of New-York, 330; revenue system, 838 ;
Cincinnati, 335; address of Annapolis convention, 336 ; resolution of New-York legis-
lature calling a convention, and for appointment of delegates, 340; act instituting an
university, 341; revenue system, 352 ; act acceding to independence of Vermont,
374; speech on it, 375; speech on fulfilment of treaty, 390 ; propositions for a na-
tional government, 393; Constitution for the U. S., 895; speech on, 409; on a re-

publican government, 416, 417; prospects of Constitution, 419; on the opposition
to it, 422 ; speech on it, 426; speech on Senate, 446; brief of argument on Consti-
tution, 463 ; draft of proposed ratification, 467; resolution to carry it into effect,
471; on fugitive slaves, 472; free navigation of Mississippi, 473; address on New-
York election, 474; eulogium on General Greene, 480.

Report on public credit, iii. 1; on remission of forfeitures, 46; on additional
estimates, 48; on State debts, 50; impost act, 54, tonnage duties, 80; State debits
and credits, 80; purchase of West Point, 82; plan for sale of public lands, 84 ; es-
timates, 89 ; renewal of certificates, 93; public credit, 95; National Bank, 106 ;
estimates, 146 ; duties on imports, 148; establishment of a mint, 149; India and
China trade, 188; Dutch loan, 190 ; duties on spirits, 192; report on manufactures,
192; receipts and expenditures, 284; loans, 286 ; duties on spirits, 297 ; additional
supplies, 326; remission of duties, 337; public debt, 338; loans, 350, 351; bank
deposits, 352, loans, 356, 368, 370, 371, 403 ; public funds, 411; loans, 413: duties
on spirits, 441; balance in treasury, and loans, 444; Public debt, &c., 446; loan,
448, 451 ; public credit, 456; improvement of revenue, 529; revenue circulars,
537; reports on claims, 578.

Etiquette, iv. 1 ; formation of cabinet, 4; negotiations as to foreign loans, 5,
12, 13, 22, 37, 38, 149, 152, 154, 157, 158, 162, 163, 168, 170, 176, 181, 186, 188, 198,
217, 221, 226, 279, 282, 308, 320, 337, 411, 425, 426, 436, 449, 466, 533, 540, 562;
Indian Treaty, 6; on arrears of pay to Virginia and North Carolina lines, 15; on light-
houses, 23; communication with Beckwith, 30, 32; on revenue cutters, 46; on march-
ing British troops through U.S., and a pacific policy, 48; on navigation of Mississippi,
71; President's speech, 77, 83; on fisheries, 79; assay of dollars, 93; mail con-
tracts, 95; on treaty with France, 97; letter to National Assembly, 101; on con-
stitutionality of National Bank, 104; on treaty with Great Britain, 141; on defect of
power in national government, 148; foreign coins, 162; inspection of stock lists,
166; succor to Hispaniola, 174; President's Speech, 184; on treaty with Great
Britain, 190; apportionment of Representatives, 206 ; loans from France, 223; re-
election of Washington, 235; army supplies, 242; salary to Vice-President, 245;
defence of his administration, 248; on opposition to internal duties, 284, 286, 287,
291, 306, 311, 315; cabinet dissensions, 303; speech of President, 323; succor to
Hispaniola, 328, 339; commerce and navigation of United States, 332; treaty with
Indians, 340; debt to France, 343; invasion of Spanish territory, 343; loans, 347;
war in Europe, 356; neutrality, 357, 359, 360, 361; reception of French minister,
362; obligations of treaties with France, 382; advance of money to France, 391;
fitting out privateers, 394; allowances collecting revenue, 407; Indian wars, 409;
debt to France, 414, 417, 420, 422; French privateers, 424, 434, 438, 443, 457, 462,
471; questions to judges, 450; convening Congress, 460; restoration of French
prizes, 467; on Genet's conduct, 469 ; on British instructions, 472; reply to Rich-
mond, 474; convening Congress, 477, 481; communication to Congress, 485; Presi-
dent's Speech, 486; President's Message, 492; requests inquiry into his conduct,
495; message of President, 496 ; release of La Fayette, 505; transmission of corre-
spondence, 505; preparation for war, 507; advance to France, 508; on loans, 510,
512, 518, 516; state of public affairs and mission to England, 519; instructions to
Jay, 536, 550; on reply to Hammond, 544; on negotiating with Great Britain, 551;
treaty project, 555; Indian war, 558; establishment at Presqu' Isle, 559; foreign
intercourse expense, 560; supervisor of revenue, 566; removal of a collector, 568;
compensation for captured vessels, 569; treaty concert with Sweden and Denmark,
571 ; Kentucky and Georgia, 573; insurrection in Pennsylvania, 575; report on,
578; proclamation, 600.

Insurrection in Pennsylvania, v. 1, 11, 12, 13, 15; employment of militia, 16;
on commercial treaty with Great Britain, 29; Indians in Georgia, 88; instructions
to General Lee, 38; march through Pennsylvania, 48 to 55; invites inquiry into his
conduct, 56; purveyor of supplies, 56; loan, 60; proclamation of thanksgiving,
61; commissioner of loans, 63; additional compensation to supervisors, 65; remit-
tance of stock, 66; conduct of mint, 70; mounted volunteers, 72; agents for Indian
affairs, 72; resigns treasury department, 73; Washington's approbation, 74; speech
on commercial relations, 80; act to punish crimes, 95; imposing duties on carriages,
99; for calling forth militia, 103; remarks on treaty with Great Britain, 106; ap-
pointed INSPECTOR GENERAL, 137; extra allowances, 152; reply for Washington
to Secretary at war, 154, 165, 177; army regulations, 181; bill for provisional army,
190; organization of militia, 191; provisional army, 192; system of trade with In-
dians, 193; manufactories of arms, 193; medical establishment, 194, 210; distribu-
tion of commands, 196; instructions for recruiting, 211; army commands, 211;
act better organizing troops, 223; transportation, 282; riot in Pennsylyania, 235,
237; plan as lo military supplies, 242; objects of discussion with Wilkinson, 247;
cavalry evolutions, 248; arrangement of artillery, 251; filling vacancies, 255; dress
of soldiers, 256; Indian affairs, 257; candidates for vacancies, 258; sales by In-
dians, 259; supplies, 260; enlistment of foreigners, 261; volunteer corps, 262; re-
medies for desertion, 263; duties of Adjutant General, 264; supply of a regiment
of infantry, 272; cavalry, 276; act better organizing corps of artillerists and engi-
neers, 280; rank and promotion, 286; capital punishment, 289; plan for uniform,
291; regulations for issue of fuel, straw, and stationery; horses, 293; discipline, 296;
winter quarters, 299; on legal enlargement of soldiers, 303; circular as to military
communications, 304; allowance of barracks and quarters, 308; disposition of
troops on frontiers, 311; army supplies, 320; allowance of servants, 327; regulations
as to supplies and special and extra expense, 329 ; filling vacancies, 331; advances to
army, 834; arrangement of huts, 841, 342; distribution of troops, 345, 347, 855;
extra allowance, 356; works at Loftus Heights, 360, 372; distribution of troops, 361;
stage wagon for army uses, 369; rations, 370; pay of troops, 374; plan of mili-
tary academy, 378; uniform, 385; funeral honors' to Washington, 388; separate
commands, 396; adjustment of accounts, 397, 409; general army system, 404; the
step, 407, 412; organization of a regiment, 413; Deputy Quarter Master General's
duties, 416; order of battle, 421, 427; Paymaster General 424, 425'; rule of promo-
tion, 430, 485; special compensations, 432; address on disbanding army, 437;
French revolution, 440; excessive speculation, '463, 476, 477, 478, 492, 498, 500;
character of Wolcott, 467; manufactory at Patterson, 471, 508; army claims, 512 ;
New-York canvassers, 514; appointment of Freneau in State department, 518;
Pennsylvania opposition to internal revenue, 522; election of Vice-President,
527, 528, 529, 532, 533; necessity of a loan, 550; reception of Genet, 564; deten-
tion of privateers, 569; threatened appeal of Genet to people, 574, 575; party ap-
pointments, 588 ; negotiation with Great Britain, western insurrection, 609, 611 ;
public credit, 624, 626 ; purposes of France, 634.

Ratification of treaty with G. B., vi. 5; advice as to finance, 9; as to British Pro-
vision order, 29; of remonstrance to G. B., and modification of treaty, 35; power of
treaty commissioners, 43; G. W. La Fayette, 47, 70, 79, 102; calm observer, 49, 50;
instructions prior to conclusion of definitive treaty, 57; as to Secretary of State, 61;
French captures, 84; convening Senate, 86 ; call for papers, 90, 95, 97, 100 » fulfil-
ment of treaty, 92, 94, 103, 106; conduct of England, impressment of seamen, 107;
candidate for President, 114; farewell address, 119; advice as to France, 192; ad-

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