Volume 22 Index

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Wabash Company

land claims, 280

land purchases, 5

Walker, Francis

letter to, 196

and Peter Jefferson's estate, 196, 418-20

Walker, George

letter to quoted, 89n

letter to Washington cited, 89n

purchases land in Federal District, 220

Walker, Dr. Thomas

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

TJ's payment to, 203-4

Walker's Line

mentioned, 448-9

Wall, Samuel

letter from cited, 468n

seeks Saint-Domingue consular appointment, 468n

Walpole, Robert

declines appointment as minister to U.S., 71, 183

mentioned, 163, 376

Walterstorff, Ernest Frederick, Baron de

returns to West Indies, 117

Warder, John, & Co.

TJ's account with, 325, 335n

Ware, John Tyndale

sued by TJ, 201

bond with TJ, 165

Waring, William

relations with Banneker, 53n

Washington, city of

name given to capital, 91

Washington, George

letters to, 14, 62-3, 136, 225, 263-4, 266-7, 274, 291, 300, 344,

367, 390-2, 402, 415, 425-6, 437

letters from, 57, 358, 386, 404, 420, 446, 447, 459

correspondence with cited, 262n, 435n

correspondence with quoted, 345n, 401n

American Revolution

Houdon's statue of awarded to Lafayette, 222

Foreign Affairs

and agreement with governor of East Fla. on

fugitive slaves, 406-8

and captives in Algiers, 239, 371-2n, 401n

and case of Dover, 299n

and Pagan v. Hooper, 380

and commercial treaty with France, 344-6, 386, 437

and commercial treaty with Great Britain, 344-6, 386, 399, 402, 437

and convention with Spain for rendition of fugitives, 266-7

and relations with Algiers, 371-2n

and Saint-Domingue slave revolt, 331

and Spanish agents in U.S., 459

and TJ's negotiations with Hammond, 395-6, 402

and U.S. debt to France, 109, 119

and Short's letters, 122

appoints minister to France, 262n

appoints minister to Great Britain, 242, 261, 355n

appoints minister to Netherlands, 262n

approves Moustier's conduct, 18

authority over, 291

makes consular appointments, 431

receives Hammond, 243n

receives Ternant, 32-3

Indian Affairs

opposes Cox, 116n

response to St. Clair's defeat, 415-16n, 420, 446, 459

Other Correspondence

with Arthur Young cited, 93-4, 97

with Hamilton cited, 386, 421n

with Charles Pinckney cited, 263, 267n

with Charles Pinckney quoted, 267-8n

with Church cited, 30

with Federal District Commissioners cited, 94, 447n

with Federal District Commissioners quoted, 89n

with George Walker cited, 89n

with Lansdowne quoted, 289n

with Littlepage cited, 284

with Nathaniel Appleton cited, 405n

with Samuel Vaughan cited, 97, 97n

with Tubeuf cited, 141n

with Daniel Carroll cited, 94

with Beverley Randolph, 382

with Daniel Carroll of Duddington cited, 367

with David Stuart cited, 311-12n

with Federal District Commissioners, 367-8

with L'Enfant, 368

with L'Enfant cited, 404

with Short cited, 223n

Personal Affairs

and Ebenezer Stevens, 23

and Lafayette, 324

health, 11

observes threshing machine, 57

recommends Daniel Horry, 222

visits Va., 11, 23, 62, 329

wine for, 103-4, 325, 333

President

and appointment of Randolph as U.S. marshal in Va., 189

and Northwest Territory, 300

and St. Clair-Symmes dispute, 10, 14

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

and Federal District, 47, 58, 77, 88, 94-5, 136, 311, 358,

367-8, 390-2, 404, 447

and Symmes' land purchase, 291

and lighthouses in N.C., 235-6

and Chipman's commission, 137-8

and Pa.'s purchase of Lake Erie tract, 423-4

and postal service in Va., 147

approves Blount's leave of absence, 45, 57-8

correspondence with governors, 263

disclaims authority over judges, 377

message to Congress, 225, 233, 258, 259

proposed appointment of Stevens, 146

sent Report on Public Lands, 274

signs Consular Act, 366n

Washington co., Tenn.

boundary, 276

land grants in, 277, 286n

Washington Court House, Va.

postal service, 84

watches

repair of, 335n

workmen for, 118

Waters, Esther (Hetty) Rittenhouse

visits Mary Jefferson, 294

Wayles, John

and Harrison's debt to Isaac Coles, 188

Wayles estate debt

TJ's settlement of, 127, 186, 374-5, 378

Wayne, Anthony

victory over Indians, 285n

weather

Rittenhouse's observations of, 348

TJ's comments on, 348

weights and measures

discussed by Rittenhouse, 55-6

Keith's pamphlet on, 367

Gouverneur Morris' views on, 265-6

unit of measure adopted by National Assembly, 98

Wells, Absalom

and Big Beaver Creek massacre, 426

kidnaps slave from Pa., 425-6

Welsh, Mr.

and Federal District, 388

western posts

retention by British, 202, 352, 395, 409-10

West Indies, British

port charges, 405-6, 414, 438-9

trade duties, 438-9

trade with U.S., 255, 346n, 438-9

West Indies, Danish

commerce, 189

commercial regulations, 117

trade duties, 117

trade with Denmark, 87

West Indies, French

amnesty for, 172

carrying trade, 132

discontent in, 161-2

disorders in, 314

pamphlet on commerce of, 207

port charges, 405-6, 414, 438-9

suspected British designs on, 317n

trade duties, 438-9

trade with U.S., 345n, 438-9

U.S. policy toward, 173n

West Prussia

mentioned, 452

whale fisheries

statement on procured by Johnson, 92

whale oil

exported to Denmark, 87

import duties on, 438-9 (table)

manufacture of, 264

price, 123

restrictions on exportation to France, 166n

wheat

and Hessian fly, 139-40, 244-52

demand for in Portugal, 47

import duties on, 417

harvest in France, 123

harvest in U.S., 62, 63-4, 104, 105

import into Great Britain, 144, 290

import duties on, 438-9 (table)

price, 3, 123, 377

sale of, 210, 231

White, Alexander

and patent reform bill, 361n

Wiandot Indians

and Christian Indians, 307

land claims, 279

Wickes (Wicks), Capt. Benjamin (master of Henrietta)

mentioned, 353

Wicquefort, Abraham de

on consuls, 135n

Wigan, Thomas

suit against TJ, 127, 186, 187-8, 259

Wilkinson, James

expedition against Indians, 86-7, 353

and military appointment, 176, 177n, 303

Wilkinson, William

and John Paradise's business affairs, 28

Williams, Mr.

visits America, 16

Williams, Mrs.

health, 16

Williamson, Hugh

letter to, 295

and patent reform bill, 295, 361-2n

William V, Prince of Orange

and Dutch East India Company, 234

and return of German troops, 234

plans for constitutional reform, 332

Willing, Morris & Swanwick

letter from, 137

recommend consular appointees, 137

Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard

letter from, 228-9

Humphreys' account with, 323

account with U.S., 228-31, 333

and sale of U.S. embassy in The Hague, 332

and Dutch loans to U.S., 77, 118, 175n

TJ's account with, 335n

Wilmington Packet (ship)

mentioned, 238

Wilson, Mr.

mentioned, 317

Wilson, David

land grant for, 278, 287n, 288n

Wilson, James (Pa.)

and Pagan v. Hooper, 342n

and Illinois-Wabash Company claims, 5, 6n

Wilson, James (Va.)

letters to, 160, 197-8

letter from cited, 160n

TJ's account with, 160, 197-8, 374-5

wine

bad crop in France, 109, 123

exported by Portugal, 219

ordered by TJ, 100, 103, 117, 118

reexported from Great Britain, 440

shortage in Portugal, 139

taxed in Holland, 179

Wingate, Paine

and Edward Church, 30

Wistar, Caspar, Jr.

letter from, 305

and Report on Desalination of Sea Water, 305, 320

Witt, Abner

debt to TJ, 198n

wood

in Brazil, 434

import duties on, 438-9 (table)

Wood, Capt. (master of Minerva)

mentioned, 31

Wood, Gen. James

candidate for governor of Va., 326

Woodrough, Capt. John William (master of Jane)

ship seized by French, 302, 304

Woods, David

claim for compensation, 393

Woodson, Samuel

debt to TJ, 165, 185, 199, 201

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

woolens

for Indian trade, 166

manufacture in Portugal, 218

Woolfolk, Richard

TJ's payment to, 204

Works of John Locke

ordered by TJ, 327

Wycombe, John Henry Petty, second Marquis of Lansdowne, Lord

letter to, 289

letter from cited, 289n

visits U.S., 289

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