Volume 22 Index

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J

Jack (Edward Rutledge's slave)

mentioned, 355n

Jacob (TJ's servant)

discharged, 122n

Jacobins

mentioned, 301

Jamaica, W.I.

aids Saint-Domingue, 271

port charges, 278

James, Richard

TJ's account with, 197

Jameson, David

letter to, 43

letter from, 184-5

and Va. specific tax, 43, 184

James river

survey of, 83

James River canal

clearing of, 76

commissioners, 76

Jane (ship)

case referred to French minister, 257-8, 288, 302, 304

case referred to governor of Martinique, 304n

seized by French, 257-8, 288, 302, 304, 317

Janet (ship)

seized by British, 54n, 142-3n

Jaudenes, José de

letter to, 427

and Expilly's debt to Torino, 396-8

and Kenneth Thompson, 427-8

arrives in Philadelphia, 63

conversations with TJ, 381, 459

letter from cited, 428n

Spanish agent in U.S., 259n

Jay, John

and case of Dover, 259n, 298

and Pagan v. Hooper, 343n

Jean François

leads Saint-Domingue slave revolt, 461-2

Jefferson, George

estate, 25

Jefferson, Mrs. George

mentioned, 25

Jefferson, Jane Randolph (mother of TJ)

estate, 198-9, 203-4

Jefferson, John Garland

letter to, 209-10

letter from, 24-5

and James Rind scandal, 24

education of, 24, 210

estate of, 24-5

Jefferson, Mary (Maria, Polly, daughter of TJ)

mentioned, 120, 306

letters to, 56, 220

clothing for, 169

correspondence of, 294, 377, 389

education of, 233, 294

friendships in Philadelphia, 294

funds for, 185

health, 259, 293, 311, 377

letter from cited, 43-4

letter to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., quoted, 446n

relations with Eleanor Parke Custis, 233

relations with Mrs. Washington, 233

returns to Philadelphia, 185, 220, 244

Jefferson, Peter (father of TJ)

estate, 148-9, 196, 418-20

Jefferson, Thomas

Agriculture

instructions on donkey breeding, 293

procures seeds for Mme d'Enville, 334

unable to obtain peach trees for La Rochefoucauld, 334

Art

supports engravings of Trumbull's paintings, 313

Business and Financial Affairs

account with Lindsay, 148, 425

account with Hylton, 16, 428-9

account with Donald & Co., 199

account with Grand, 335n

account with Eppes, 185-6

account with Harvie & Co., 200

account with Brown, 169, 243

account with Currie, 16, 211

account with Wilson, 160, 197-8

account with Lewis & Ware, 165

account with Maury, 208

account with Leiper, 44-5, 112, 354

account with Short, 333, 335n

account with Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard, 335n

account with Woodson & Lewis, 165, 186

debts to British creditors, 9-10, 185-6, 293

debt to Donald & Co., 201

debt to Donald, Scot & Co., 201, 203-4, 444

account with Harvie & Co., 203-4

debt to Henderson, McCaul & Co., 200

debt to Dobson, 211, 374-5, 378

debt to Kippen & Co., 198-9, 418-20

debt to Walker, 148-9, 196, 203-4, 418-20

purchases horse, 11, 56

purchases wine for President, 324-5, 333

sale of tobacco, 9-10, 44-5, 112, 211, 292, 354, 379, 428-9,

443-4

sells slaves, 9-10, 186, 198-9

Wayles estate debt, 127-9, 186, 187-8, 374-5, 378

sued by Cobb, 211n

sued by Wigan, 186, 187-8

sues Robert Lewis, Jr., 186-7, 199, 201, 294n, 374

sues Woodson, 186, 199, 201, 394n, 374

Character

Ebenezer Stevens' estimate of, 23

Economic Theories

on value of maple sugar, 102, 334

Educational Theories

republicanism instilled by Edinburgh and Geneva schools, 429-30

Law

on rendition of fugitives from justice, 266-7

rights of consuls, 134-5

Library

advice on purchase of books, 290

orders books from Lackington, 326-7

Opinions

on slavery, 51-4, 97-8

on corn law, 72-3

on dialects, 100

on economic importance of Norfolk, 425

on foreign honors, 111

on French Revolution, 11, 72, 74-5, 106, 311, 390

on militia, 326, 390, 416n

on national character, 100

on Saint-Domingue, 11

on speculation, 62, 64, 74, 105, 326

on U.S. census, 11, 48, 62, 64, 96

Personal Affairs

concern over Ann Cary Randolph's health, 446

discharges servants, 121

education of Dabney Carr, 208

education of John Garland Jefferson, 209-10

education of John Wayles Eppes, 259

instructs Remsen to handle, 121-2

orders clothing, 39

seeks to hire house servant, 147-8

Political Theories

authority to conduct foreign affairs, 291

Indian rights to land, 27

monarchism in U.S., 74-5

on Hamilton and republicanism, 38-39

reform of Va. constitution, 224n, 435-7

Portraits

Charles Willson Peale, xxxvi, 372, 400, 246 (illus.)

Residences

leases Leiper's house in Philadelphia, 44-5, 64

Scientific Interests

desalination of sea water, 305, 318-22

Hessian fly, 139-40, 244-52, 428, 429

human longevity and demographic growth, 473

meteorological observations, 348

odometer, 119n

reform of patent system, 295, 359-61

regrets lack of time to pursue, 430

threshing machine, 57

unit of measure, 55-6, 118

weights and measures, 367

Secretary of State

advice on correspondence between President and state

governors, 263

and agreement with governor of East Florida on

fugitive slaves, 406-8

and appointment of minister to Britain, 261-3, 288, 349

and appointment of minister to France, 262-3, 288

and appointment of minister to Netherlands, 262, 288

and St. Clair's defeat, 389-90

and British retention of western posts, 409-10

and case of Dover cutter, 258-9, 298-9, 349

and case of Jane, 288-9, 302, 304-5

and case of Thomas Pagan, 340-4, 379-80, 399, 467

and commercial treaty with Britain, 72-3, 105, 344-6, 353,

378-9, 395-6, 399, 402, 433-4, 437

and compensation for slaves taken by British, 382, 402, 410, 411-12n

and consular system, 93, 100, 104, 335, 364-6, 405, 431

and dispute between Va. and Pa., 425-6

and Federal District, 47-8, 58, 77, 88-91, 94-5, 112, 136,

263-4, 311, 312, 367-8, 390-2

and impressment of Hugh Purdie, 92, 94

and National Gazette, 62, 294, 310-11

and navigation of Mississippi, 96-7, 258-9, 381

and Northwest Territory, 8-9, 62-3, 291, 300-1, 377

and postal service, 147, 441

and redemption of captives in Algiers, 295-6, 369-72, 383-4

and reform of patent system, 295, 359-61

and relations with Algiers, 369-72, 383-4

and relations with Spain, 329, 381, 432-3

and relations with Western Indians, 415-16

and rendition of fugitives, 425-6

and Saint-Domingue, 264n, 294, 329-31, 349, 353

and Southwest Territory, 27-8, 29-30, 45-6, 441, 444-5

and Barclay's mission to Morocco, 384

and trademarks for manufacturers, 384-5

and U.S. boundary with Canada, 410, 411n

and U.S. debt to Expilly, 400-1

and U.S. debt to France, 109, 110, 119-20

and U.S. Mint, 96, 328-9

and violations of Treaty of Paris, 295-6, 352, 382, 395-6, 402, 409-12

and Short's accounts, 333-4

conflict with Hamilton over commercial treaties, 344-6

criticizes French trade restrictions, 96-7, 100, 103

criticizes Spanish immigration policy, 96-7

denounces British newspapers, 329

favors commercial treaty with France, 96, 101, 103, 329,

344-6, 433-4, 437

Hammond's suspicions of, 357-8n

negotiations with Hammond frustrated by Hamilton, 411-12n

and rendition of fugitives, 266-7

policy on furnishing U.S. laws to states, 260

policy toward Britain, 73-4

procures state laws, 42

receives British minister, 241-3

receives French minister, 32-3

relations with Banneker, 49-54, 97-8

seeks support for Republican cause, 74-5

seeks text of Hawkesbury's report, 93-4

suggestions for President's annual address, 225

suspicions of Bowles, 394-5

Virginia Estate

dispute over Elkhill, 165, 186-7

trees for, 268-9, 348

Writings

“Anas,” x-xi, xxxix, 33-8 (editorial note), 246 (illus.), 445

Bill to Promote Progress of Useful Arts, 359-61

Notes on the State of Virginia, 52-3n, 54n, 68, 457

Plan of Bill concerning Consuls, 364-6

Proposed Treaty of Commerce with France, 346-7

Report on Census, xxxviii-xxxix, 227-8, 246 (illus.)

Report on Desalination of Sea Water, 318-22

Report on Negotiations with Spain, 432-3

Report on Petition of Charles Colvill, 296-8

Report on Petition of John Mangnall, 298-9

Report on Petition of Samuel Breck, 384-5

Report on Petition of William How, 295-6

Report on Public Lands, 274-88

Report on Sale of Lands on Lake Erie, 423-4

Report on Vacant Consulships, 431

Summary Journal of Public Letters, ix

Jenkins, Seth

letter from, 264

Jersey, Channel Island

U.S. trade with restricted, 33, 144n

Jews

in Algiers, 241

Job

mentioned, 51

John (Mr. Davies' slave)

dispute over, 425-6

Johnson, Joshua

letter to, 92-4

letters from, 25-6, 27, 142, 177-8, 474

accounts, 474

aids U.S. seamen, 177-8

and consular bill, 25-6

and impressment of U.S. seamen, 26

and U.S. trade with Guernsey and Jersey, 26

commission from Humphreys, 178

letters to cited, 92

letters from Charles Long cited, 142

protests British seizure of U.S. ships, 142

Johnson, Thomas

letters to, 88, 94-5, 311

appointed to U.S. Supreme Court, 10

as Federal District Commissioner, 136

proposed letter to, 97

queries for, 89-91

Johnston, Capt. (master of Alexander Hamilton)

mentioned, 376, 425

Jones, Mr.

mentioned, 68

Jones, John Paul

letter to, 111

appointed envoy to Algiers, 372n

awarded Russian honor, 111

letter from cited, 111

judges

absence from Northwest Territory, 377

Jumecourt, M.

and Saint-Domingue slave revolt, 460

justice, fugitives from

dispute over between Va. and Pa., 425-7

proposed convention with Spain on, 266-8

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