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Bank, National-

Bonaparte-
Madison's approbation of iv. 489 appoints three commissioners to
Bank of U. 8. payment of loan to,

treat with the U. B.,

vii. 367
resisted but part payment com-

concludes treaty with U. 8.,

416
pelled by Benate,

v. 209 Boston votes provision of arms by
opposed by Madison,
210 people,

i. 27
motion to amend charter of,

483 Boldiers pre on people-compelled
bill to pay instalment due on a

to depart,
loan from-opposed but passed, 594 massacre,

36
sale of part of stock held by U. 8.

made rendezvous of Royal troopa, 37
authorized,

vi. 415 port bill opposed by Fox and
Gallatin opposes payment of debt

Burke,

61
due to Bank, in violation of con-

despatches circular letters to in-
tract,
421 duce non-importation,

52
Bale of part of bank stock held by

evacuated by British,

106
U.S.,

587

resolutions of, as to treaty with
Bank, Manhattan, its influence in

Great Britain presented to
electing Jetterson and Burr, vii. 635 President,

vi. 237
State bank, corruptly obtained

dignified reply of Washington, 237
charter and political abuses, 636 Boudinot, Col., against discrimina-
Merchants' bank-organized by

tion of public creditors, iv. 80
Hamilton,

637

speech on claim of officers of old
act to restrain unincorporated

army for compensation,
banking institutions passed and

to Hamilton as to official in.
finally repealed,

quiry,

vi. 33
branch bauk of V. S. established Bowdoin, James, transmita a plan
in New Orleans,

662 for a constitution of Massachu.
Baldwin as to call for papers in ne-

setts,

il. 14
gotiation with Britain,

vi. 355 his liberal views-favors increaso
on treaty powers in Constitution, 366

of powers of Congress-circular
Ballot, election by,

i. 33 letier of-letter to delegates in
Bankrupt act repealed-causes of

Congress,

iii. 134-138
its repeal,

vii. 673

reply to,
Barras, his reply to Monroe, vii. 12 Bustains the Constitution,

415
Batavian Republic insists U. S. Bradford-reviews insurgent battalions,
cause their flag to be protected,

vi. 91
and urges to make common

reads intercepted letters and ex.
cause with France,
vi. 479 cites fury of people,

92
Bayard, James A. to Hamilton-

appointed general of insurgente, 92
character of John Adams, vii. 402

urges meeting at Parkinson's ferry, 93
declines embassy to France, 422

opposes terms of commissioners, 95
to Hamilton--views of Federalists

and points to force,

96
as to Burr and his own besita- Bradford, William, appointed attor.
tions,

452

ney-general in place of Ran.
narrative of votes in House on

dolph,
election of President-he votes Breckenridge-notice by, of inquiry
for Jefferson,

461 as to alterations in Judiciary de
speech of, on judiciary act expos.

partment,

vii. 549
ing corruptions to elect Jeffer.

moves repeal of Judiciary act, 650
BOD,
467 | British force-loss of,

i. 459
urges reduction of duty on salt, 523 British captures, clamor against,

V. 313
opposes repeal of judiciary act British instructions-result of a con-
and details corruptions of Jef-

vention with Russia--vindicated
ferson,

560 by Hammond and by British
approves Hamilton's proposed

Government,

v. 382, 383
amendments of Constitution, 678

their policy condemned by Den.
view of trial of Burr,
680 mark,

383
Bennington, battle of,

i, 305 Buck-opposes call for papers in ne.
Bills of credit granted by New

gotiation with Great Britain, vi. 355
York and sanctioned by Parlia- Bunker's Hill, battle of,

i. 93
ment,
i. 30, 31 Burgoyne's advance,

1. 230
Binney, Horace, approval of Hamil.

encamps on Hudson,

302
ton's Cabinet opinion as to con.

battle of Bennington,

305
stitutionality of National bank, iv. 489 march along Hudson,

309
results stated, of bis inquiry into

defeat at Saratoga,

311-327
formation of Farewell address, vi. 533 retreats up Hudson,

328
Bland, Col.,
li. 332 surrenders,

331
Bount, resolutions by, as to treaty

conduct of Schuyler,

333
power,

vi. 382 Burke, Edmund, agent of Now
project on Spanish dominions, vii, 60 York,

i. 33
Bonaparte-capture of Mantua-00- Burr, Aaron, withdraws name as
cupies Trieste-overruns Corin-

opponent of constitution, iii. 454
thia-treaty of Leoben,. vii. 85 elected to Benate,

iv. 505
Bails from Toulon-apprehensions hostility to Hamilton,

606
as to his destination,

205 change of politics-rewarded by
first consul of France,
367 office,

608

V. 441

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Burr, Aaron

Cabal
seeks l.omination as Governor of committee of, to reorganize the ar.
New York-Hami ton's influ.

my,

1. 390
erce sol cted and refused, v. 25 renews its opposition to Washing.
candidate for Vice Presidency, 89 ton,

ii. 115
appointed by Clinton Judge of 8u.

its fa'se opinions and injurious in-
preme Court of State of New

fluencer,

129
York,
92 its al prehended power,

137
opposes special embassy to Lon. Cabot, George, advocates the right
don and objects to appo'ntment

of the people to elect their rep-
as envoy of a Judge of Supreme

resentatives,

iii. 411
Court of U. 8.

567 calls Hamilton “The little Lion," 5. 544
favored by Madison as envoy 10 appointed Secretary of the Nary, vin. 137
France,

vi. 9 unites with Ames a d Higgi, son,
moves to expunge clanirc in Presi.

advocat ng Hamilton's prior
dent's speech as to Western in-

claim to surerior rai k,

197
surrection, defeated,
116 points 10 Adams' incaution,

198
efforts to defeat Hamilton's plan

to Hamilton ar to vid ration of
for reduction of debt,

182 Feder:lists from calumnies of
moves postponement of considera.

Adams,

403
tio of tre:ity with Great Britain, 215 Adams' abandonment of princi.
effort to nominate him Vice-Presi.

plex of Federalists,

404
dent,

540 Calle der publishes attack upon
appointed to prepare a memorial

Hamiltoni,

vii. 80
against an order of England, outlawed from Scotland, convicted
urging hostilities,
vii. 130 under Sedit on Act,

339
contemplated as Quartermaster. announces “ The Prospect before
General,
203

339
intrigues in legislature of New associated with State printer of
York,
314 Virginia,

339
active intrigues of, to secure elec-

demands office, menacing Jeffer.
tion in city of New York,

373
son,

479
forms a mongrel ticket for legisla-

Sentence upon remitted by Jeffer.
ture,
374

487
is elected member from interior

Fine imposed remitted,

585
coarty,

375 Exposures of Jefferson and Madi.
desperite character of, stated by

son-in drowned,

592
Hamilton,
402 Canada, acquisition of,

i. 11
cory of Hamilton's exposure of

projected expedition to,

501
Adams, surrptitiously obtained

plan for conquest of,

504
and parts published,

408

Washington's opinion of this plan, 505
reply to cajoling letter of Jefferson, 430 Co grees approves the expedition
attempt to establish a monarchy

to,

510
west of Alleghanies,

expedition to firally deferred, 515
arrest and trial for treason,

679 Proclamation by La Fayette, ii. 21
proscribod by Jefferson,

756

attempt of Adet to gain the two
controversy with Clintonians, 759

provinces,

vii, 58
denies imputed intrigues,

760 arms and tents shipped from France, 59
overture to Jefferson repulsed, 764 plot discovered and McLean hung, 69
nominated as Governor of New Canvasbers of New York clection, V. 27
York,

765 their decision for Clinton contro.
his successive turpitudes,
766 verted,

28
interviews with, for severance of

Hamilion urges moderation in
the Union, approved by Burr, 775 New York,

29
intrigue with for dissolving the

decision of approved by Legislature
Unjon detailed,

781
of New York,

31
his political prostration,

798 Carrington, Colonel, urges Hamil.
proscribed by Jefferson,

798

ton's continuance in office, v. 207, 290
approaching penury--solicits aid

to Hamilton, on result of official
through Hamilton,
802 inquiry,

vi. 34
caucus resolve he should challengo

as to courac of Virginia in respect
Hamilton,
803 to lueurrection,

83
practices with pisto's,

804 Southern politics have a tendency
correspondence with and chal-

to Dieunion,

112
lenge to Hamilton,

804 Carro'l, Charles, contemplated as
demeanor at dinner of Cincinnati, 821

successor iu Presidency to Wash-
shoots Ham Iton,

827

678

V. 59
v. 108

ington,
conduct after duel,

834 C'ensus, Decennial, established, iii. 325
public commotion,
834 Charleston capitulates,

ii. 13
835 Chatham, Earl of, urges recall of
C

troops-introduces conciliatory

bill in Parliament-in defeated, i, 85
Cabal, against Washington, called Choate as tu laxing power of Consti.
The Monster Party," i. 370-373 tution,

iii. 414
consers on Conway the place of In. Cincinnati, Society of clamor
spector General,
380 against,

iii. 142

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Cincinnati, Society of -

Commission to negotiate a Peace-
proposed alteration of its constitu.

Adams, Jay, &c.,

ii. 445
tion,

iii. 123 Committee of compromise appoint.
Circular to collectors to preserve

ed,

iii. 320
Neutrality-three rules propos-

its report considered,

321
ed by Randolph,

V. 324
of detail appointed,

327
Hamilion proposes to prohibit

of 1781 on powers of Confederation, 328
arming of French privateers

Standing, of House-Reports of -
within the U. 8., also augmenta.

their party complexion and im.
tion of arme,

324
perfeci character,

vii. 575
Jefferso. 's opinion,

325 Compensation of President and
Rules--excepting iwo – prepared

Vice-President,

iv. 20
by Hamilton and concurred in, 325 Comptroller of Treasury, Tench
these rules derived from Treaties

Coxe urged by Jetterson and
of U. 8. with France and Swe-

Madison-Oliver Wolcott ap-
den,

326

pointed at Hamilton's instance, 514
Circular to merchants as to injuries

charged with immediate superin.
to Commerce,

327 tendence of collection of duties
Clarke, General, encamps a lawless

of imports and tonnage,
body within Indian limits, pro- Conciliatory bi by Parliament, i. 453
posing to form there an Inde.

rejected by Congress,

454
pendent Government,

vi. 54 Confederation, articles of-amend.
Hamilton's letter 10 Georgia to

ments proposed by Congress, ii. 229
suppress this expedition,
55 Confidential Cabinet paper

dis.
dis:odged and his forts demolished,

58 closed and treacherously pub-
Clergy address the militia,

i. 88
lished,

vi. 481
Synods of New York and Penn-

another confidential paper pub-
Bylvania-Pastoral letters from, 88 lished,

482
Clinto:1, Dewitt, opposes armed oc. Connecticut appoints a day of hu-
cupation of New Orleans, vii. 631 miliation and prayer,

i, 53
duel with Swartwout,

759 directs an inventory of arms and
Clinton, George-sketch of,
i. 77 military stores,

64
his opinion of New England troops, 254 organ: zes troops and sends dona.
urges increase of power in General

tions to Boston,

54
Government,

ii. 110 two regiments of, revolt and aro
intolerant counsels op,
iii. 29 reduced to subjection,

ii. 32
President of New York Convention, 483 how settled,

iii. 391
reëlectio i as Governor opposed-

towue, religious institutions-in-
reë ected,

v. 26

dependent character, great sup-
feeble support of as Vice Presi.

port of Revolution, a creditor
dent by partising of Jefferson, 88 State, her convention debates, 395
unanimously nominated as Vice.

ratifies the Constitution of U. 8., 399
President and elected,

vii. 766 rejects amendment of Constitu-
Clinto, Sir Henry, arrives at New

tion designating votes for Presi.
York,

i. 123 dent and Vice-President, vii. 799
appointed commander-in-chief, 459 publications in favoring Burr, 800
linstructio 18 to,

460 division of U. 8. predicted in, 800
Battle of Monmouth-embarks for Congress, proposed,

i. 20
New York,
477 first Congress meet,

21
plan to capture him, dissuaded by continental organized, its proceed.
Hamilton and relinquished, 528 inge,

58
Bails for Savannah,
ii. 10 its proceedings canvassed,

63
Clymer, George,
ii. 332 view of controversy,

68
Collot, tour uider Adet's orders to

second Continental meet,
make a military survey of West-

military preparations ordered by, 90
ern Territory of U. s.,
vi. 473 establish a general post,

90
flies from U. S.,

vii. 160 take measures for a negotiation
Commerce, Chamber of, at New

with England,

90
York, approves measures of

declares causes of taking up arms, 93
Neutrality,

v. 354

second address to British people, 93
petitions Congress against repeal

second address to King,

93
of Judiciary Act,

vii. 553 calls on people to form a militia, 94
Commercial policy of U. 8. iii. 52 protection of trade,

94
Instructions as to Treaties,
55 non-importation passed,

94
policy of England-Fox and Pitt, 67 orders fitting out armed vessels by
final instructions adopted,
60 colonies,

103
countervailing acts- Virginia, 128 institution of admiralty courte-
New Jersey,

130 regulations for a navy-recom-
Connecticut,

131

mends N. Hampshire to form a
Massachusetts,

132

government - directs another
Now Hampshire,

147 emission of bills of credit-au.
Rhode Island,

147 thorizes Maryland, North Caro.
New York,

149 lina, and Virginia to export pro-
8. Carolina, N. Carolina, Georgia,

duce, except to Great Britain
Commercial intercourse, bill to inter:

and her dependencies,

104
dict with G. Britain defeated, vi. 7 authorized titting out of private

151

249

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Congress-

Continentalist, The, by Hamilton, fi. 231
cruisers, fortification of harbors, Contraband, view of, by Hamilton, vi. 275
commerce, except with Great Convention at Albany,

i. 11
Britain, of certain articles-pro-

of States,

ii. 80
hibits importation of slaves, 1. 109 Virginia does not attend,

81
recommends colonies, each to

a permanent union urged,
form a government,

115

to give vigor to the governing
resolutions virtually of Independ.

powerg-delegates to by New
ence,

116
York,

111
establishes a Board of War,
117 at Hartford,

197
declares aid to the British, ireason, 118 resolutions to invigorate the Gop.
declares Independence,

118
ernment,

198
its lowered character,

422 a continental Judicature proposed, 199
Hamilton's opinion of,

general meete,

iii, 255
as to Conciliator; bills of Parlia- secrecy of debates ordered,

256
ment, requires acknowledgment journal of mutilated,

iv. 464
of Independence, or withdrawal

Jefferson'a reference thereto-evi.
of forces,
462 dence of mutilation,

465
its diminished influence caused by with France, ratified conditionally
want of resources,
ii. 78 by U. 8.

vii. 421
its foreign and domestic policy iii. 51 Conway appointed inspector general, i. 370
accepts resignation of Washington, 70 letter of 18 Washington,

380
elerts Committee of States,

84 insulting letter of to Washington, 389
organizes a court to settle territo-

resigns, resignation accepted, 410
rial controversies,

85 duel with Cadwallader-penitent
ordinance as to Western territory, 85 letter to Washington-leaves U.S.
requisition on the States,
86 Copyrights to authors,

ii. 545
policy as to navigation of Mississipi, 101 Cornwallis defeats Gates at Cam.
financial embarrassments of, ii. 169 den,

ii. 121
cails for establishment of a general enters Virginia,

245
revenue,

171 detaches Simcoe and Tarleton,
committees of conference with

defeats Wayne and hastens to
State legislatures,
177 Portsmouth,

253
authorizes a legionary corps,

178 fortifies York and Gloucester, 257
effort to prevent its recommenda.

besieged, resolves to cross York
tion of ihe Constitution to State

River, but abandons his design
Conventions defeated,

373
and surrenders,

273
opinions as to convening, V. 380 Corresponding committees, origin of, i. 17
Democratic majority in House of

appointed,

21, 28
Representatives,

414 secret committee of appointed, ii. 406
Jefferson's-its low character, vli. 675 Courts of United States, organiza-
Coins Foreign, act fixing value of, v. 211 tion of --bill for better organ-
Consolidation of Government, dep.

izing,

vii. 412
recated,
iii. 465 Cowpens, battle of,

ii. 167
Conspiracy of Jefferson, Madison, Credit, public-ite progress,

iv, 201
and Randolph against Washing. Creeks, treaty with,

iv. 203
ton's administration,

vi. 1
prepare for war,

vi. 33
Constitution of U. 8. signed in con. Criminal code established,

iv. 173
vention,

iii. 338 Crown Point taken by the Ameri.
amendments of,
iv. 22, 24 cans,

i. 89
of U. 8., motion to amend, ren- Currency, metallic, insufficiency of,
dering ineligible to Congress

iv. 268
persons holding office or stock in

coinage urged by Hamilton,

269
a bank chartered by U. S., de-

report on by Robert Morris

209
feated,

V. 482

money unit and decimal system
motion to amend so as to declare

established,

270
Government shall not have pow.

uniform recommended,

271
er to enlarge or abridge the lim.

report on mint,

271
its fixed by the definitive treaty

Jefferson on the currency,
with Great Britain, defeated, 484
motion to amend, declaring Ju.

dicial power of U. 8. shall not
extend to suits by citizens of

D
U. 8. or of a foreign State
against a State, carried,

484 Dallas, George, appointed District
two amendments proposed by

Attorney of Pennsylvania, vii, 504
Hamilton--one, designating per: Dana-Vergennes objects to his ask-
Bons to be voted for as President

ing a public acknowledgment by.
and Vice-President,
vii. 567 Russia,

ii. 457
the other for choice of electors by

is restrained from so doing,

458
the people-first passes, the sec.

apprises Congress-is authorized
ond postponed,

674

to enter into a limited treaty
Continental bills, proposals to re-

with Russia,

459
deem fail-misstatement cor.

his powere not renewed,

460
rected,

ii. 353 Davie attacks Tarleton at Mecklen-
clause to fund,
iv. 131 burgh,

ii. 158
ground of separation,
of France--coincidence between, 499 subversion of, foretold by Gris.
Democratic Party-systematic ef.

278
V. 468

325

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Dayton, Col., on Jefferson's report

Democratic party-
on commercial intercourse,

address of democratic society, vi. 43
proposed to substitute for report

denounce Washington,

63
of Committee on Ways and Democratic societies vindicated by
Means Hamilton's prior pro.

Madison,

121
posed duties,
580 denounced by Washington,

122
chosen Speaker of House, vi. 325 leaders of societies leaders of riots, 126
Deane, Silas, secret envoy to France, ii. 409 alarm as to exposure of corrupt
recalled,

419

intercourse with France, and
Dearborn, resolution by calling on

Washington's alienation,

295
the President to lay a treaty

policy of party arranged at resi.
with Miamis before the House

dence of Jeferson-Burr pres.
of Representatives,

vi. 346

ent,
appointed Secretary at War, vii. 485 congratulations to France on her
Debates in Congress open-again

victories,

330
proposed and rejected,

ii. 528 policy to array House of Repre.
Debts, British, declared recoverable

scntatives against President, 372
in Virginia and clamor raised,

v. 312

motive of, in call on President for
Debt to France-anticipation of

papers in negotiation with Great
asked,
v. 596 Britain,

875
new loan-House pass bill that it, Democratic presses--violent oppo.
may be appropriated to French

sition to measures of defence
debt-Senate object and bill do-

eulogize Adams - calumniate
feated,

596
Hamilton,

vii. 25
Hamilton as to anticipation,

697 democratic policy as shown in pro.
Fauchette dissatisfied,

697 ceedings of House of Represent-
Debt, domestic, time of subscribing

atives,

32
to extended,

v. 211 disregard of violations by Franco
Debt, public, act making further

of neutral rights, and rejoicings
provision for payment of, iv. 149

at prospect of invasion of Eng.
act making provision for reduc-

land,

103
tion of debt,

149 resolution against arming mer.
act for settlement of accounts be-

chant vessels proposed,

160
tween U. S. and States of Union, 151 recruiting officers treated with in.
amount extinguished by sinking

dignity,

311
fund,

345 clamors for peace and state rights, 369
amount of debt funded and un. Democratic proscriptione,

vii. 761
funded,
371 Departments, Executive,

iv. 10
additional assumption defeated, 382 War department,

15
bill for redemption of whole

Treasury department,

16
debt, in fact, an act for the con-

Department of Foreign Affairs, 20
tinuance of the debt,

vii. 539 D'Estaing, Count-repairs to Bos.
Debt of United States,
iv. 45 ton,

i. 490
subdivisions and amount of,
48 his respect for Hamilton,

498
Hamilton's report on debt discussed, 70 attacks Savannah-wounded,

562
discrimination between creditors op- De Rayneval--envoy from France-
posed,
71 public audience to,

i. 504
Madison advocate of,

74 Dexter, Samuel, on Jefferson's re-
impolicy and injustice of exposed, 81 port on commercial intercourse, v. 471
discrimination rejected,

84 reply to Madison's defence of
provisions for debt discussed,
96 democratic societies,

vi. 132
frredeemable quality considered, 97 moves that no alien, asking nalu-
power to borrow confided to Pres.

ralization, shall hold a blave, 188
ident,

131

address of to Charlestown, in sup-
revenue provided to pay debt to

port of treaty,

237
continue until debt discharged, 139 appointed Secretary at War,

vii. 387
act to fund and sink public debt Dictator, project of,

ii. 111
considered,
143 Diplomatic establishment,

iv. 173
loan authorized and revenue pledged, 143 attempt to reduce provision for it
De Grasse arrives in Chesapeake, ii. 259 discussed and finally rejected, vii. 94-97
visited by Washington-proposes

Direct tax vindicated by Findley-
to go to sea-dissuaded,

262
opposition alarmed,

vi. 166
De Yrugo-reclamations by on U. 8. vii. 63 Direct taxes, a plan ordered to be
answer of Pickering,

64

prepared by Secretary of Treas-
Delaware, State of, first adopts tho

ury,

333
Constitution,

iii. 374 Dismemberment of Union, vii. 771
Democrats ascendant in Southern

Hamilton's fear of,

771
States,

V. 496
suggested in Connecticut,

772
efforts to gain New England,

496 opinions in Kentucky and Virginia, 773
Jefferson's reports having this ob-

intrigues to effect it,

773
497 hostility to Southern domination, 774
attacks on Dexter and Ames, 498 purchase of Louisiana urged as a
policy of democratic leaders and

wold,

776
forts of, io disturb public mind, vi. 42 approved by him,

781
Vol. VII.-55

ject,

775

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