INDEX
Adams, Henry, on charges against Madison, 317
Adams, John, approves alien and sedition laws, 251
fails to enforce alien law, 259
solicits loans in Europe, 35
supported for Vice-Presidency by Madison, 213
wishes to appoint Madison Minister, 240
Adams, John Quincy, commissioner for peace, 355
Minister to Russia, 355
Adams, Samuel, opposes Jay treaty, 229
Adams, William, British commissioner for peace, 356
Alien and sedition laws, approved by Federalists, 251
Ambler, J., Treasurer of Va., on finances, 33
American Whig Society, founded, 15
Ames, Fisher, complains of bargains over capital, 197
defends bank bill, 202
Amis, Thomas, journey down Mississippi, 62
Annapolis Convention, adjourns, 107
agreed on, 92
meets, 105
outcome of Mt. Vernon meeting, 93
Annapolis proposed for capital, 192
rejected, 192
Applications for office received by Madison, 166
Armstrong, Gen. John, appointed Secretary of War, 329
resigns, 334
Assumption of State debts, Hamilton's plan, 182
before House, 185
Assumption of State debts, Hamilton's plan, defeated, 184
revived in Senate, 197
Astor, John Jacob, assists treasury, 335
Bache, Benjamin Franklin, editor of The Aurora, 240
Back lands, area of, 45
States agree to surrender, 44
Virginia cession, 45
Baldwin, Abraham, on Senate, 118.
Balmaine, Rev. S., marriage ceremony by, 244
Baltimore, House proposes Congress meet at, 197
proposed for capital, 192
Bancroft, George, conversation with Madison, 318
Bank, national, opposed by Madison, 201
recharter fails, 322
signs new law, 337
Baptists, increase of, in Virginia, 79
persecution of, 12
Barbour, John S, writes on subject of war, 340
Barbour, Nancy, recollections of Madison, 380
Barker, Jacob, takes part of loan, 336
Barlow, Joel, Minister to France, 353
Bassano, Duc de, on French decrees, 353
Bayard, James A., commissioner for peace, 356
his projected mission to England, 317
Beatty, John, a founder of the American Whig Society, 15
Beckley, John, political agent of Southern Republicans, 212

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