Volume 22 Index

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L'Abbas

execution of, 417, 471-2

laborers

need for industrial in S.C., 154-8

Lackington, James

TJ orders books from, 291n, 326

La cuisinière bourgeoise

mentioned, 377

Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de

mentioned, 334

letter to, 313

and U.S. policy toward French W.I., 173n

commands army, 469

Dumas' poem about, 473

honored by Paris, 222

leaves Paris, 214

letter to Dumas cited, 473

loses Parisian mayoral election, 316

praised by La Rochefoucauld, 324

recommends Tubeuf, 141

resigns command of national guard, 146, 206

supports amnesty for opponents of Revolution, 145-6, 180

Lafayette, Marie Adrienne Françoise de Noailles de, Marquise de

mentioned, 334

La Fine (ship)

mentioned, 463

La Firme (ship)

seizes Jane, 302

Lake Erie

tract along purchased by Pa., 4, 6n, 423n

La Luzerne, César Henri, Comte de

death of, 168

medal for, 168

Lamb, John

and captives in Algiers, 124, 239-40, 472

mission to Algiers, 397-8

Lambert, Dr.

Frontignac wine ordered from, 325

Lameth, Alexandre Théodore Victor

wins royal favor, 106

La Motte, Jeanne de Luz de Saint-Rémy de Valois, Comtesse de

asylum in England, 266

land, public

sale of, 225

Land Office

for Northwest Territory, 284-5n

Land Office (Va.)

and military bounty lands, 152

records, 80

Langham, Maj.

and postal service in Va., 170

Lansdowne, William Petty, first Marquis (Earl of Shelburne)

letter to Washington quoted, 289n

Larach, Morocco

and Moroccan civil war, 447

La Riviere, Capt. (master of La Firme)

seizes Jane, 302

La Rochefoucauld (-d'Enville), Louis Alexandre, Duc de la Roche-Guyonet de

letter from, 323-4

sends regards to TJ, 223

and American peach trees, 334

laws

printing of U.S., 7

Lear, Tobias

letter to, 324-5

letter from, 10

and Chipman's commission, 137-8

letter from Remsen, 117-18

correspondence with cited, 30-1n, 49n, 227n, 236n, 300n, 469n

correspondence with L'Enfant cited, 358

correspondence with quoted, 63n, 298n, 299n

meets with L'Enfant, 367

leather

manufactured in Portugal, 218

Le Compere Mat (ship)

mentioned, 236

Le Couteulx et Cie.

and TJ's wine, 118

Lee, Henry

and Fisher's health, 17

and Bowles, 404n

and Tatham's publication plans, 83

elected governor of Va., 326

Lee, Richard Henry

possible resignation from U.S. Senate, 174

Leeds, Francis Osborne, fifth Duke of

secures Hammond's appointment as minister to U.S., 132

Le Havre, France

port charges, 278

U.S. trade with, 215

Leiper, Thomas

letters to, 44-5, 64, 112, 354

house of leased by TJ, 44-5, 64, 138

letter from cited, 65n

TJ's account with, 112, 354

Le Jeune Eole (ship)

mentioned, 31

Lembay, Saint-Domingue

and slave revolt, 133

Lemonade, Saint-Domingue

and slave revolt, 133

L'Enfant, Pierre Charles

letters to, 47-8, 112

and map of Federal District, 47-8, 77, 88

conflict with Federal District Commissioners, 263, 358, 367-8,

388-9, 390-2, 404, 447n

correspondence with Lear cited, 358

destroys Carroll's house, 367-8, 388-9, 390-2, 447n

letter from Washington, 368

letter from Washington cited, 404

meets with Madison, 112

meets with TJ, 112

visits Va., 356

Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor

and Declaration of Pilnitz, 161, 162n

and Diet of Ratisbon, 20

and French Revolution, 46-7, 113-14, 126, 129, 215, 414, 441, 455,

456, 469-70

character, 454

favors exchange of Austrian Netherlands for Bavaria, 21

peace with Turkey, 163

relations with Marie Antoinette, 20

relations with Poland, 21, 163

relations with Prussia, 451-2, 454

relations with Russia, 163, 453, 455, 456

Le Roy, Pierre

and Derieux's legacy, 31-2, 181, 232, 301

Les Cayes, Saint-Domingue

and Saint-Domingue slave revolt, 373

Leslie, Robert

needs workmen, 118

sells odometer to TJ, 119n

suggests rod pendulum as unit of measure, 118

Lessart, Antoine de Valdec de

appointed foreign minister, 315, 316, 469

Létombe, Philippe de

and Villeneuve v. Barriou, 423n, 431

Le Tonnelier, M.

land claim, 101

Levant

commerce, 166

Lewis, Fr.

offers to sell land, 3

Lewis, Mordecai

bill for wine, 325

Lewis, Nicholas

letters to, 165, 211

declines to manage TJ's affairs, 201, 210

health, 446

manages TJ's affairs, 10, 16, 60, 76, 153, 160, 165, 185, 187, 197,

199, 208, 226, 292, 348, 375

Lewis, Robert

letter to, 186-7

Lewis, Robert, Jr.

letter to, 187

debt to TJ, 165, 185, 187, 199, 201

sued by TJ, 186, 187, 199, 201, 204n, 374

Lewis, Mrs. Robert

mentioned, 186

Lewisburg, Va.

postal service, 85

L'Hommedieu, Ezra

mentioned, 252n

letter to, 429

letter from, 139-40

and Hessian fly, 139-40, 244, 429

libel

punishment for in Amsterdam, 234

liberty

TJ's views on, 436

Life of George Washington (John Marshall)

mentioned, 34

lighthouses

in N.C., 235-6

Liman, battle of

mentioned, 112n

Lind, Dr. James

and desalination of sea water, 319, 320

Lindsay, Adam

letter to, 148

letters from, 376, 425

TJ's account with, 148, 425

linen

for Indian trade, 166

for TJ's servants, 377

Linn, William

Blessings of America, 42n

opposes TJ politically, 41-2n

Lipsius, Justus

Acta Eruditorum, 328

Lisbon

U.S. consul in, 31n, 255-6, 322, 405, 431

Lister, Mr.

and desalination of sea water, 319

Litchfield Monitor

mentioned, 15n

Littlepage, Lewis

letter from, 449-58

letter to Washington cited, 284

on European diplomacy, 449-58

Liverpool

commerce, 290

port charges, 278

U.S. ships seized at, 33, 142

U.S. trade with, 132

Liverpool (ship)

mentioned, 104n

Lives (Plutarch)

ordered by TJ, 327

Livingston, Robert R.

letter from, 467

Livonia, Russia

mentioned, 452

livre tournois

value of, 239

loan office certificates, Va.

held by John Paradise, 28

Locke, John

On Toleration, 327

Some Considerations of the Consequences of the Lowering of Interest, 327

Some Familiar Letters, 327

Works, 327

London

commerce, 474

port charges, 278

trade with U.S., 132, 178

Long, Charles

letters to Johnson cited, 142

letter to Maury cited, 59n

Longchamps, Charles Julien, Chevalier de

assault on Barbé-Marbois, 266, 267-8n

Long Island, N.Y.

and Hessian fly, 245

Lords Commissioners of Prize Appeals, British

condemn Thomas, 336, 339, 340n

Lords of the Admiralty, British

applications to, 178

Lords of the Treasury, British

and U.S. trade with Guernsey and Jersey, 33

applications to, 178

order release of U.S. ships, 142-3n

L'Orient, France

fishery at, 114

U.S. consul for, 272

Lorraine, France

violations of princely rights in, 470

Louisiana

immigration to, 96

Louis XVI, King of France

accepts constitution, 31, 66, 106, 109, 110, 115, 126, 129, 144-5,

149, 163, 164, 179, 180, 182, 205, 214, 218, 222, 225, 314-15

and émigrés, 168, 315, 414

and appointment of foreign minister, 270

and decree on ceremonial, 205

and maple sugar, 151

and triumvirate, 106

and violations of princely rights in Alsace and Lorraine, 470

attends opera, 160

ends National Assembly, 181

flight to Varennes, 59, 67, 72, 92, 103, 151

opens Legislative Assembly, 182, 205

proposed trial of, 301

recommends amnesty for opponents of Revolution, 145, 164, 180

relations with Gouverneur Morris, 194-5

status, 19, 106, 130, 160-1, 203, 314-15

urges brothers to return to France, 315

Luckner, Nicolas, Baron de

commands army, 469

Ludlow, Israel

surveys public lands, 5, 6n

lumber

export to British W.I., 255

imported by Danish W.I., 189

Lusatia (Lusace), Saxony

proposed exchange of, 21

Luxembourg, Duc de

relations with Humphreys, 111

Luzac, Jean

publishes Gazette de Leide, 473

Luz-Sulce, Mme

Sauterne wine ordered from, 325

Lyle, James

letters to, 148-9, 199-200

and Peter Jefferson's estate, 148-9, 196, 198-9, 418-20

letters from cited, 197n, 200n, 420n

TJ's payment to, 199-200

Lynchburg, Va.

postal service, 84, 170-1

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