Albert Gallatin: Jeffersonian Financier and Diplomat

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Adams, Henry, vii
Adams, John, Vice President, 39, 59, 62; President, 102-107, 113, 116, 118, 120, 123, 149, 150, 156, 171, 247; residence in Washington, 127; defeat in 1800, 124, 130; AG's opinion of, 142
Adams, John Quincy, 290, 291; minister to Russia, 259, 267, 271; at Ghent negotiations, 274-276, 278, 280, 281, 283-286, 289; contribution to American foreign policy, 275, 345, 352; attitude toward AG, 281, 288, 302, 306; AG's estimate of, 319; at London negotiations ( 1818), 292, 293; Secretary of State, 301, 302, 304-306, 309, 313, 316, 317, 333; President, 325, 329-331, 333, 334, 338, 341-343; in retirement, 344, 346, 352
Adams, William, 277, 279, 291
Addington, Henry Unwin, 332, 334- 339
Addison, Alexander, 31, 32, 34
Aix-la-Chapelle, Conference of, 309, 310, 313
Albert Gallatin, by John Austin Stevens, vii
Albert Gallatin & Co., 135-137, 139
Alexander I, 258, 259, 267-270, 273, 334
Algiers. SeeBarbary pirates
Alien and Sedition Laws, 111-113, 115- 117, 119, 120, 127
Allan, John, 12, 13, 62
Allegre, Mrs. Jane Battersby, 23-25
Allegre, Sophia. See Gallatin, Mrs. Sophia Allegre
Allegre, William, 23
Allen, John, 113
Almack's, 333
Amelung, John Frederick, 136
American Antiquarian Society, 352, 380
American Daily Advertiser ( Philadelphia), 66
American Ethnological Society, 353- 355
American Fur Company, 219
American Quarterly Review ( Philadelphia), 357, 358
Ames, Fisher, 88, 101, 120
American Revolution. SeeRevolution, War of the American
Amory, student, 14, 22
Anderson, Richard C., Jr., 330
Antifederalists: in Pennsylvania, 39, 42, 43, 44, 50, 51, 68, 69; in New York State, 53; in the nation, 56, 57. See alsoDemocratic-Republican party; Pennsylvania: politics
Apollon, 305, 306
Argus ( Albany, N.Y.), 330
Armstrong, John, 188, 189, 253, 254, 259
Arouet, François Marie. See Voltaire
Ashburton, Lord. See Baring, Alexander
Astor, Eliza, 327
Astor, John Jacob, 238, 239; social relationship with AG, 219, 314, 327; participates in $16 million loan ( 1813), 257, 258; offers business partnership to AG, 294, 295, 347; desires to become Bank of United States commissioner, 296
Astor, William Backhouse, 347, 376
Aurora ( Philadelphia), 98, 113. See also Duane, William
Bache, Benjamin Franklin, 68, 98, 99, 157
Bacon, Ezekiel, 247, 254
Badollet, John (Jean), 23-26, 133, 301, 326, 343, 346; plans to come to America, 9, 12-14, 16, 19, 21; changes name, 63; curiosity about Hannah Gallatin, 63, 64; business partnership with AG, 134, 136, 137,

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