Volume 22 Index

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

P

Pagan, Robert

and Pagan v. Hooper, 340n

Pagan, Thomas

dispute with Hooper, 336-44, 379-80, 399, 466

Pagan, William

and Pagan v. Hooper, 340n

Paine, Robert Treat

and Pagan v. Hooper, 338

Paine, Thomas

letter to cited, 173

Rights of Man, 39n, 151

paintings

of American Revolution by Trumbull, 313

of Gouverneur Morris by Sharples, xxxviii, 246 (illus.)

of Hammond by Trumbull, xxxvii, 246 (illus.)

of Rittenhouse by Charles Willson Peale, xxxix, 246 (illus.)

of Tatham by Barrow, xxxix, 246 (illus.)

of Ternant by Charles Willson Peale, xxxvii, 246 (illus.)

of Thomas Pinckney by Trumbull, xxxviii, 246 (illus.)

of TJ by Charles Willson Peale, xxxvii, 246 (illus.), 372, 400

of Yorktown by Trumbull, 228n

Palisot de Beauvois, Ambroise Marie François Joseph, Baron de

letter from cited, 332n

Saint-Domingue agent to U.S., 332n

Pantheon

designs of, 335n

Paoli, Pasquale

asylum in England, 266

Paradise, John

letter to, 78-9

business affairs in Va., 28-9, 75-6, 78-9

Paradise, Lucy Ludwell (Mrs. John Paradise)

mentioned, 78

Paret, M.

and captives in Algiers, 240

Paris

bread price rise in, 222, 270

constitution proclaimed in, 160

king attends opera, 160

king's popularity in, 205

mayoral election in, 316

national guard reorganized, 146

tumult in, 7

votes medal for Lafayette, 222

Paris, Treaty of. See Peace Treaty, Definitive (1783)

Parker, Joseph

proposed land purchase, 4, 6n, 282

Parker, Josiah

recommends Cowper for consular appointment, 431

Parsons, Baldwin

kidnaps slave from Pa., 425-6

Patent Office, U.S.

bill for reform of, 295

TJ's bill for reform of, 359-61

patents

for Folger, 264

for Hartley, 130-1

Patriotic Party

in Poland, 458n

in Sweden, 450

Patterson, Mr.

director of national bank, 317

Patterson, George

mentioned, 258

and case of Jane, 317

Payan-Boisneuf, M.

letters from cited, 332n, 468n

Saint-Domingue agent to U.S., 332n

seeks Saint-Domingue consular appointment, 468n

Peace Treaty, Definitive (1783)

and debts to U.S. creditors, 295-6

negotiations on violations of, 352, 356-7, 378-9, 395-6, 402-3, 409-12, 422

See also boundary, northeastern; slaves; western posts

peaches

engrafting of, 334

Peale, Charles Willson

letters from, 372, 400

portrait of Rittenhouse, xxxix, 246 (illus.)

portrait of Ternant, xxxvii, 246 (illus.)

portrait of TJ, xxxvii, 246 (illus.), 372, 400

Pearce, William

purchases land in Federal District, 220

pearl ash

import duties on, 438-9 (table)

Pearson, Eliphalet

letter to, 430

peas

for Saint-Domingue, 330

peasants

oppose French Revolution, 270

Pendleton, Edmund

and Bowles, 404n

Penet, Peter

land claim, 101

Penier, M. See Peynier, Louis Antoine Thomassin, Comte de

Pennsylvania

and Bill of Rights, 16n

census, 49n, 227

dispute with Va. over fugitives, 425-7

gradual abolition of slavery in, 425-7

purchases Lake Erie tract, 4, 6n, 423n

Pennsylvania Society for the Abolition of Slavery

and Banneker, 53n

Pennsylvania Supreme Court

and Currie v. Griffin, 116

Pétion, Jérome

elected mayor of Paris, 316

Petit, Adrien

TJ's confidence in, 121

Peynier, Louis Antoine Thomassin, Comte de

conflict with Saint-Domingue assembly, 464

Peyton, Adm. Joseph

and Moroccan civil war, 471-2

Phil (TJ's slave)

loses Cobb's tobacco, 211

Philadelphia

fires in, 310-11

medical education in, 257

trade with France, 238

weather, 348

Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture

mentioned, 73, 244

Photii Sanctissimi Patriarchae Constantinopolitania Epistolae (St. Photius)

ordered by TJ, 327

Photius, St.

Epistolae, 327

Piatolli (Piattoli), Scipione, Abbé

mentioned, 457

Pickering, Timothy

mentioned, 147

Pierce, John

and Va. specific tax, 184

Piébot (grocer)

mentioned, 191

Pilnitz, Declaration of

mentioned, 161, 162-3n, 315, 455

pimento

import duties on, 438-9 (table)

Pinckney, Charles

letter to, 406-8

and fugitive slaves, 406-8

and convention with Spain on fugitives, 266-8

letter to Washington cited, 267n

letter to Washington quoted, 267-8n

seeks appointment as minister to Great Britain, 262n

Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth

and relations with Great Britain, 13

and Thomas Pinckney's appointment as minister, 355n

TJ seeks support of, 74

Pinckney, Thomas

letter to, 261

letters from, 354-5, 363

appointed minister to Great Britain, 261-3, 288, 354-5, 363

criticism of, 263n

letters from quoted, 355n

letter to Rutledge quoted, 355n

portrait by Trumbull, xxxviii, 246 (illus.)

TJ seeks support of, 74

Pine, Mary (Mrs. Robert Edge Pine)

educates Mary Jefferson, 233, 294

Pine, Robert Edge

death of, 233n

Pinto de Sousa Coutinho, Luis, Chevalier de

and Street's consular commission, 273-4

and Portuguese consular policy, 322-3

provides Humphreys with information on Brazil, 433-4

Piranese, Giovanni Battista

drawings of Pantheon, 335n

pitch

for Algiers, 240

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

Pitt, William

relations with Russia, 107

plague

in Algiers, 124

plank

for Algiers, 240

Pleasants, James

TJ's debt to, 198n

Pleasants, Thomas, Jr.

letter from, 237

declines federal appointment, 237

letter to cited, 237

Plumard de Bellanger, Mme

and Derieux's legacy, 31-2, 301

mentioned, 164

Plutarch

Lives, 327

Pointe-au-Fer

retention by British, 409

Poissonier, Pierre

and desalination of sea water, 305

Poland

constitution, 456, 458n

defensive plans, 67

Patriotic Party, 458n

relations with Austria, 163

relations with Prussia, 163, 452

relations with Russia, 453, 455

relations with Saxony, 163

revolution in, 151, 297, 453, 458n

succession to throne, 453, 455

throne offered to Elector of Saxony, 21, 67

Poland, King of. See Stanislas II Augustus

Polly (ship)

mentioned, 92, 131

Polycarp, St.

Epistolae, 327

Polycarpi et Ignatii Epistolae (SS. Polycarp and Ignatius)

ordered by TJ, 327

Pombal, Sebastien José de Carvalho e Mello, Comte d'Oeyras, Marquis de

economic policies, 219

Pomerania, Prussia

mentioned, 452

Poncignon, J.

and Saint-Domingue slave revolt, 332n

Poole, England

U.S. consul in, 132-3n

Pope, Nathaniel

letter to, 201

as attorney for TJ, 165, 187, 199, 201, 374-5

letter to quoted, 204n

pork

for French navy, 143, 162

import duties on, 438-9 (table)

Port-au-Prince, Saint-Domingue

and Saint-Domingue slave revolt, 373, 460, 463

port charges, 278, 405

port charges

in British W.I., 438-9, 440

in France, 438-9, 440

in French W.I., 438-9, 440

in Great Britain, 438-9, 440

in Ireland, 438-9, 440

Tench Coxe's information on, 405, 406n, 414

Walter Stewart's information on, 406n

Portugal

agriculture, 47, 139

and French Revolution, 59, 110

and U.S. consuls, 273, 322

clergy favorable to U.S., 110

climate, 139

colonies, 218

crime in, 218

exports wine, 219

government, 218

Inquisition, 110

manufactures, 218

minister to U.S., 164

national character, 434

navy, 472n

political situation in, 7

relations with Algiers, 124, 240, 241

relations with Brazil, 434

succession to throne, 375

trade with Great Britain, 110-11, 218

trade with U.S., 61n

transaction of public business in, 322

Portugal, Queen of. See Maria I

postal service

in Federal District, 91

in France, 70

in Ky., 84

in Southwest Territory, 14, 44, 56-8, 84, 170-1, 207, 219

in Va., 11, 14, 44, 84, 147, 170, 219, 224, 348, 441, 445, 446

post office, U.S.

bill for, 441, 445

pot ash

import duties on, 438-9 (table)

Potemkin, Prince Grigorii Aleksandrovich

army of, 453

death of, 453-4, 455

foreign policy of, 455

legacy of, 455

Potocki, Jan, Count

and Barclay's mission to Morocco, 180

Potowatomi Indians

land claims, 279

Potter, James

and Currie v. Griffin, 116

Potter, Richard

and Currie v. Griffin, 116

pound sterling

value of, 239

Powell, Samuel

farm visited by TJ and Washington, 57

Price, Leonard

TJ's debt to, 198n

Prince, William

letter from, 268-9

supplies trees for Monticello, 268-9, 348, 389

princes, French

funds for, 315

law against vetoed by king, 315

minister in Sweden, 315

oppose Revolution, 20, 126, 182, 206

rights of, 66, 105

support for in Europe, 470

Princeton College. See New Jersey, College of

prisoners of war

subsistence of, 396

Privileges of Englishmen in Portugal

ordered by TJ, 327

prizes, naval

taken after cessation of Anglo-American hostilities, 396

Provence, Louis Xavier Stanislas, Comte de

letter to Louis XVI, 162n

provisions

import duties on, 438-9 (table)

Prussia

and French Revolution, 47

and Russo-Turkish war, 21

relations with Austria, 450, 454, 457

relations with France, 113

relations with Great Britain, 450-1, 457

relations with Poland, 163, 452

relations with Russia, 139, 163, 451, 453, 456

relations with Spain, 452

relations with Sweden, 452

territorial aspirations, 21

Prussia, King of. See Frederick William II, King of Prussia

Public Lands, Report on

criticism of, 306-10

discussed by TJ, 377

distribution, 441

impact on British, 285n

preparation of, 3-6, 8, 29, 42, 45, 76, 185

provenance, 284-5n

submitted to President, 274

text, 274-88

“Publicola” (John Quincy Adams)

essays, 38, 39n, 223-4

Pujet, M.

on Algerine affairs, 68-70

Purdie, Hugh

impressment of, 92

putty

ordered by TJ, 92, 131

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z