Volume 22 Index

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F

Fairfax, Thomas, sixth Lord

land grant, 294

Farrell & Jones

debt of Wayles estate to, 127, 374, 378

Favorite (ship)

mentioned, 123

Favras, Marquis de

execution of, 260

Fawkener, William

British envoy to Russia, 453

Fay, Joseph

letter to, 102-3

letters from, 18, 150-1, 351-2

and maple sugar, 18, 351-2

on French Revolution, 150-1, 352

on Rights of Man, 150

sends newspapers to TJ, 18, 103, 150, 351-2

Fayal, Azores

U.S. consul in, 273, 322

Federal District

and Banneker, 52, 98

Capitol, 90, 263, 311, 312, 356, 388

conflict between L'Enfant and Commissioners, 358, 367-8, 388-9,

390-2, 404, 447

destruction of Carroll's house, 367-8, 388-9, 390-2, 447

funds for, 58, 73, 85n, 88, 89n, 136

land cession by Md., 393

laying out of streets in, 263, 311, 312, 388

map of, 47-8, 77, 136, 244, 312

name of, 91, 136

postal service, 91

President's house, 136, 263, 311, 312, 356, 388

sale of land in, 47-8, 73, 88, 94-5, 136, 207, 220, 233, 263, 312, 356, 388

streets in, 90

Federal District Commissioners

letters to, 88-9, 311

letter from, 388-9

and laying out of streets, 312

and sale of land, 263

and Samuel Blodget, Jr., 311

conflict with L'Enfant, 263, 358, 367-8, 388-9, 390-2, 404, 447n

discontinue land sales, 220

funds for, 58, 85, 89n

letter from Ellicott quoted, 389n

letter from Washington, 367-8

correspondence with Washington cited, 94, 447n

letter to Washington quoted, 89n

meeting at Georgetown, 88, 91, 94-5, 136

queries for, 89-91

Federalist, The

distribution in Portugal, 111

Fendel, Capt.

petition of, 142

Fenno, John

Gazette of the United States sent to TJ, 122

prints “Americanus” essays, 387, 468

prints Gazette of the United States, 62, 310-11, 354

Fenwick, Joseph

mentioned, 30

letter to, 103-4

letters from, 108-9, 166, 181, 238, 441-3

account with Short, 103-4

and Derieux's legacy, 31-2, 103-4, 181, 232

and Mrs. Ollivier's inheritance, 238

and TJ's wine, 103-4, 117, 119n, 122n, 325

compensation for, 166

correspondence with cited, 103-4, 118

letter from quoted, 232

letter to Short cited, 166n, 442

on French Revolution, 166, 239, 441

on U.S. trade with France, 166, 239

Fersen, Axel

and flight to Varennes, 59

Fessenden, Thomas Greene

criticizes TJ, 54n

Fez, Morocco

in Moroccan civil war, 417

Finnie, Col. William

accounts, 184

First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England (Sir Edward Coke)

mentioned, 259

fish

in Anglo-Portuguese trade, 111

exported to Denmark, 87

import duties on, 438-9 (table)

Fisher, Daniel

health, 17

fisheries

TJ's report on praised by Rutledge, 13

Fitch, John

and desalination of sea water, 305

Fitzgerald, Edward

and U.S. relations with Spain, 22

British ambassador to France, 68, 183

FitzSimons, J.

visits TJ, 422, 431

FitzSimons, Thomas

letter from, 61

and Report on Commerce, 61

Flahaut, Mme de

procures vanilla for TJ, 191

Flanders

linen, 166

manufactures, 158

flaxseed

import duties on, 438-9 (table)

Fleming, George

and fugitive slaves, 408

Flint, Royal

proposed land purchase, 4, 6n, 282

Florida, East

agreement on rendition of fugitive slaves from, 7, 406-8

and fugitives from justice, 266-8

Floridablanca, José Monino y Redondo, Conde de

and French Revolution, 218

census of Spain, 349

relations with Russia, 452

soothes British ambassador, 138

flour

export to France, 215

for Saint-Domingue, 330

import duties on, 189, 438-9 (table)

price, 123

sale of, 238

Folger, Benjamin

applies for patent, 264

Forest, Antoine René Charles Mathurin de la

suspicions of TJ, 331

Forrest, Uriah

letter to, 41

letter from, 220-1

and Federal District, 220

Forster, Nicholas

letter from, 465-6

wishes to lease Elkhill, 465-6

Fort Erie

retention by British, 409

Fort McIntosh, Treaty of

boundaries under, 279, 283

France

mentioned, 11, 16, 22, 47, 164, 314

Army

condition of, 20

desertions from, 20, 315

supports National Assembly, 20

use against émigrés, 414, 421

Constitution

acceptance by king, 31, 59, 106, 109, 110, 122-3, 125, 129, 144-5,

149, 160-1, 164, 166, 179, 180, 181-2, 205, 214, 215,

218, 222, 225, 314-15

amendment of, 126

completed by National Assembly, 105

considered by National Assembly, 7, 19, 47, 66

copy sent to TJ, 164

criticism of, 193, 301

differences over, 442

printed in U.S., 164-5n

Economy

agriculture, 166

harvest, 47, 215

manufactures, 166

state of commerce, 108

subsistence crisis, 421

tobacco trade, 16, 22

trade with Great Britain, 215, 412

trade with Netherlands, 412

trade with Saint-Domingue, 421

Finances

Church's assessment of, 412-13

exchange rate, 166

report on, 172

shortage of specie, 108

and taxes, 270, 301, 470

Foreign Relations

and fugitives from justice, 266-7

with Algiers, 69, 271-2, 314, 375, 470

with Austria, 214, 469-70

with Great Britain, 113, 214, 273

with Netherlands, 214

with Prussia, 113

with Russia, 315

with Spain, 68, 218

with Sweden, 214, 315

Legislative Assembly

and émigrés, 222, 315, 441-2, 469

and Algiers, 271-2

and clerical estates, 414

and Saint-Domingue, 271, 273, 314, 470

and U.S. debt to France, 412-13

decree on ceremonial, 205

disrespect of, 222

elections for, 106-7, 126, 161, 232

king's speech to, 205

opposition to constitutional oath, 172

organizes for business, 179, 181, 205, 214

republicanism in, 215

Short's assessment of, 161

Loan to U.S.

and Saint-Domingue, 330

payment of, 109-10, 119

proposal to pay in depreciated assignats, 412

Short's handling of, 216

National Assembly

abolishes droit d'aubaine, 40

and constitution, 66, 105, 125, 129, 160-1

and defense, 47, 109, 352

and education, 207

and French colonies, 260-1n

and mint, 141

and Saint-Domingue, 107, 126

annexes Avignon and Comtat Venaissin, 146

and amnesty for French West Indies, 172

and amnesty for opponents of Revolution, 145-6, 164, 166, 180

decree on constitutional change, 126

decrees on rights of free blacks, 11, 70, 72n, 107, 161-2,

164, 167, 168n, 172, 350

end of, 161, 166, 172, 179, 181

favors monarchy, 301

imposes duty on U.S. tobacco, 96, 100, 103, 173n, 237

proposes commercial treaty with U.S., 100, 193, 345n

reforms post office, 70

report on public finances, 172

Navy

condition of, 270

provisions for, 143, 162

Politics and Government

ministerial changes, 162, 182, 218, 221, 270, 316, 469

U.S. Relations with

and minister to France, 174, 194-5, 216, 262n, 288

and minister to U.S., 18, 32-3, 62

U.S. commercial retaliation against, 100-1, 103

U.S. consuls in, 93

U.S. Trade with

duties on, 438-9

obstacles to, 109

port charges, 438-9

restrictions on, 166-7n

U.S. share of colonial commerce, 31n

Francis (TJ's servant)

salary, 121

TJ's confidence in, 121

Franklin, Benjamin

and desalination of sea water, 320

and 1784 consular convention, 267

Franklin, Bernard

overseer at Monticello, 208

Franklin, William Temple

procures Lord Hawkesbury's report for TJ, 94n

Franks, Isaac

TJ's account with, 121, 122n

Frederick William II, King of Prussia

and Declaration of Pilnitz, 161, 162n

and Diet of Ratisbon, 20

and French Revolution, 46-7, 129, 441, 455

character, 450, 455

relations with Austria, 455

relations with Great Britain, 457

relations with Poland, 21, 163

relations with Russia, 163, 451, 455, 456

seeks to acquire Lusatia, 21

Frederika Sophia Wilhemina, Princess of Orange

Hertzberg as tool of, 450

son's marriage, 332

free ports

Bayonne, 238

Freire, Cypriano Ribeiro

Portuguese minister to U.S., 163

French Constitution, The

mentioned, 164-5n

French Revolution

amnesty for opponents of, 145-6, 164, 166, 180

compared to American Revolution, 413

Declaration of Pilnitz, 161, 162-3n, 315, 455

flight to Varennes, 68, 72, 74, 92, 103, 133, 151

internal opposition to, 20, 206, 222, 270, 323-4

medals of, 212-13

opposition to in Europe, 20, 31n, 47, 59, 66, 110, 113, 129,

166, 167, 179, 234, 271, 297, 390, 454, 456, 469-70

role of clubs in, 107

status of king, 19, 106, 130, 203, 301, 315-16

TJ comments on, 11, 72, 75, 99, 103, 310-11, 390

tumult in Paris, 7

Freneau, Philip

prints Rittenhouse's meteorological observations, 348

prints Madison essay, 329

prints National Gazette, 62, 294, 310-11, 354

Fretwell, Alexander

TJ's debt to, 198n

Froullé, Jean François

TJ buys books from, 335n

fruit

shortage in Portugal, 139

Fry, John

TJ's debt to, 198n

Fry and Jefferson Line

survey of, 83

Fugitive Slave Act

background of, 426n

furs

import duties on, 405, 406n, 438-9 (table)

reexported from Great Britain, 440

fur trade

British participation in northern approved by Hamilton, 412n

exclusion of U.S. from northern, 410

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