Memoirs of the Administrations of Washington and John Adams: Edited from the Papers of Oliver Wolcott, Secretary of the Treasury - Vol. 2

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INDEXES.

No. 1 LETTERS WRITTEN BY OLIVER WOLCOTT, TO VARIOUS PERSONS.
The names of the persons to whom the letter are written, are arranged alphabetically. The date of each letter is inserted with a reference to the volume and page where it may be found. Those starred, are Cabinet, or official letters.
ADAMS, JOHN,
* 25 April, 1797, Vol I. 502
7 September, 1797, " 560
-- " " " 560
26 " " " 563
16 October, " " 568
24 " " " 571
27 " " " 573
17 September, 1798, II. 93
13 August, " " 105
14 September, " " 107
--November, " " 168
25 May, 1799, " 240
13 June, " " 242
* 4 September, " " 257
*--November, " " 299
* 14 April, 1800, " 342
*11 November, " " 442
* 8 " " " 443
* 11 " " " 444
28 March, 1801, " 497
AMES, FISHER,
-- January, 1800, " 278
29 December, 1799, " 313
10 August, 1800, " 400
15 December " " 457
BACHE, BENJAMIN F.,
24 October, 1795, I. 259
BINGHAM, WILLIAM,
28 July, 1800, II. 293
CABOT GEORGE,
7 November, 1799, II. 285
16 June, 1800, " 371
16 November, " " 446
DAVIE, WILLIAM RICHARDSON,
22 October, 1799, II. 284
DAYTON, JONATHAN,
7 September, 1796, I. 382
DEXTIER, SAMUEL,
13 January, 1801, II. 457
EDWARDS, HENRY W,
-- --- 1824, II. 488
ELLERY, WILLIAM,
-- December, 1795, I. 270
ELLSWORTH, OLIVER,
22 October, 1799, II. 284
GOODHUE, JONATHAN,
8 August, 1795, I. 223
30 July, 1800, II. 394
GOODRICH, CHAUNCEY,
23 January, 1790, I. 35
20 July, 1800, II. 382
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER,
29 November, 1789, I. 29
1 March, 1790, " 40
10 July, 1795, " 211
28 " " " 219
30 " " " 219
15 August, " " 225
26 September, " " 247
6 October, " " 254
29 " " " 261
2 November, " " 263
16 November, " " 265

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