The Mission of William Carmichael to Spain

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INDEX
Adams, John, Minister Plenipotentiary to England, 64.
Algerine captives, 63, 67, 72, 81, 83.
Bank of San Carlos, 49.
Barclay, Thomas, emissary to Morocco, 66, 69.
Bills of exchange, drawn on Jay by Congress, 18; protested, 40.
Board of the Treasury, 78.
Carlos III, Spanish king, death of, 80.
Carmichael, William, family of, 1; with Deane, Franklin and Lee in France, 2; sent to Prussia, 4; member of Continental. Congress, 9; commission as secretary, issued to, 11; formal reception of, at Spanish court, 53; appointed Chargé d'Affaires, 79; as commissioner plenipotentiary to Spain, 89-97; claim of wife of, allowed by Congress, 98; death of, 98; estimate of ability and services of, 104-112.
Commissioners Plenipotentiary to Spain, 89-97. See Carmichael and Short.
Deane, Silas, 2, 3.
Del Campo, as negotiator, 38.
Dispatches, brought by Major Franks, 36.
Dover Cutter case, 54, 75.
English representatives, hostile actions of, abroad to the United States, 42-43, 76.
Florida Blanca, Count de, letter of, on boundaries, 51; opinion on U. S. Constitution, 79; friendly to the United States, 99, 100, 104; case against the United States, 103.
Franklin, Benjamin, support of U. S. ministers abroad, 77.
Galvez, Count de, hostile to the United States, 99, 100.
Gardoqui, Don Diego, Chargé d'Affaires to the United States, 58; representative of Spain in negotiations with Jay, 79.
Humphreys, Col. David, mission of, to Portugal, 83.
Jaudenes, Don Joseph do, Spanish commissioner at Philadelphia, 89. See Viar.
Jay, John, Minister Plenipotentiary to Spain, 11; instructions to, by Congress, 12; negotiations with Florida Blanca, 16- 20; opinion of, on postponement of Spanish treaty, 41.
Jefferson, Thomas, Minister Plenipotentiary to France, 59, 64; brief on navigation of Mississippi, 83; instructs Short to report on Carmichael, 111.
Jones, John Paul, arranged first salute to the United States flag, 8; prize money collected by, and its use, 78.
La Fayette, Marquis de, offers services to Continental Congress, 5; confers with Florida Blanca with regard to the United States, 51.
Lamb, John, mission to Algiers, 65-67.
Littlepage, Lewis, in Spain, 84.
Livingston, Robert, Secretary for Foreign Affairs, 46.
Lovell, James, secretary of Committee of Correspondence, 20, 45.
Montmorin, Count de, French Ambassador to Spain, 14; expresses regard for Carmichael, 107.
Morocco, capture of the Betsey and release by, 57, 61; treaty with the United States, 69; U. S. agents in, 73.
Nootka Sound, Spanish attitude toward, 82-85.
Necker, blocks floating of Spanish loan, 29.
Short, William, commissioner plenipotentiary to Spain, 89; succeeds Carmichael, 97.

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