Volume 36 Index

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C

Cabanis, Pierre Jean Georges, 481n

Cabinet (Georgetown), 72

Cadiz, Spain

British blockade of, lifted, 483

consul at, 4, 5, 321, 327, 334, 372n, 513

Caesar, Julius, 641

Calais, France, 488

Calcutta

consul at, 311, 321, 327, 332

Caldwell, John Edwards, 320, 327, 331

calendars, 344-5, 379

Caliarí, Paolo (Paolo Veronese), 637

Call, Daniel, 609

Callender, James Thomson

History of the United States for 1796, 387, 475

pardoned by TJ, 260n

Prospect Before Us, 475

Callier, John

letter from cited, 683

Campbell, Anthony

defends conduct, seeks appointment, 641-54

letter from, 641-54

and W. P. Gardner, 79

Campbell, David

letter from, 566-7

recommends Vandyke, 566-7

Campbell, Thomas Jefferson, 567

Campo, Mr., 572

Canada

and American Revolution, 398n

boundary with U.S., 24-5, 500, 501n

smuggling from, 243

and U.S. census, 74n

canals, xlv, 159, 168, 265, 359n, 371, 554n

canoes, 141

Canton, 665

Canton (ship), 625n

Cap-Français, Saint-Domingue, 376, 598-600

Captain Reed (Shawnee Indian), 514, 516

Carey, Mathew

Traveller's Directory, xlv

Carmichael, John F., 394, 395n

Carpenter, Thomas

account with TJ, 181

makes waterproof coat for TJ, 21n, 181, 262

payments to, 689, 693, 697

reimbursements by, 697-8

carpenters, 418n

See also Oldham, James; Perry, John; Perry, Reuben

Carr, Dabney (TJ's brother-in-law), 202n

Carr, Overton

identified, 202n

letter from, 202

presents ham to TJ, 202

Carr, Peter (TJ's nephew), 197n

Carr, Samuel (TJ's nephew), 677

carriages

coachees, 677

TJ orders from Philadelphia, 693, 695

Carrington, Edward, 506n

Carroll, Daniel (of Duddington)

appointed justice of the peace, 314-16, 318, 325, 335

identified, 541n

letter from, 541-2

letter to, 559

removal of Fenwick's houses, 541-2, 551-2, 559

Carter, William Champe, 162n

Castor (TJ's horse), 675, 676n

catgut, 691

Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.

appointed commercial agent, 321, 326, 328, 334, 559-62, 575n

letter from, 559-62

requests exequatur, 470, 471, 561, 562n

Cathalan, Stephen, Sr., 560

Cathcart, James Leander, 65n, 394n, 487, 557

Cathcart, Jane Bancker Woodside, 557n

Catherine II (the Great), Empress of Russia, 99

Catholic Church

education, 75n

in Great Britain, 431n

Irish, 27n, 452

missionaries, 146-7, 156n

restoration of, in France, 451, 453n

Catlett, Kemp

letter from cited, 683

Cato. A Tragedy (Joseph Addison), 558, 559n

Cato, Marcus Porcius, 128, 131

Cayenne, French Guiana, 320, 327, 332

Cederström, Olaf Rudolf, 667n

census

publication of, 416, 417n

and reapportionment, 219, 220n, 388n

returns for 1800, 65n, 73-4, 193n, 195, 299

shows population increase, vii, 59-60

Cevallos (Ceballos) Guerra, Pedro, 4, 5, 6n

Ceylon, 110

Chapin, Israel, Jr., 632-5

Chaptal, Jean Antoine

Élémens de Chymie, 608

Charleston, S.C.

anonymous letters written from, 91-3, 215, 216n, 266-8, 384

banks, 92

collector at, 91-3, 215, 266-8

cost of living at, 92

custom house, 91-3, 266-8

marine hospital, 590-1

navy agent at, 211n

smallpox vaccination at, 361

Charlottesville, Va., 268

Chas, Jean

letter from, 95-6

Tableau, 95, 96

TJ receives books from, 95-6

Chase, Samuel, 344n

Chastellux, François Jean de Beauvoir, Marquis de, 162, 163n

Chastellux, Marie Joséphine Charlotte Brigitte Plunkett, Marquise de, 162, 163n

Chatham, England, 198n

Chattahoochee River, 138-41, 154n, 155n

Chaudron, Simon, 688

cheese. See food and drink; "Mammoth Cheese"

Cheetham, James

criticizes Burr, xi, 83-7

letters from, 82-3, 228-9

letter to, 386-7

Narrative of the Suppression, 478n

and political factions in N.Y., 81-8, 476

and suppression of Wood's History, 228-9, 386-7, 478n, 480n

See also American Citizen and General Advertiser (New York); Denniston & Cheetham

chemistry, 608

Cherokee Indians. See Indians: Cherokees

Cherokeeleechee. See Chislacaliche

Chesapeake (U.S. frigate), 397

Cheshire, Mass.

presents Mammoth Cheese to TJ, ix, xlix, 246-52, 253, 261, 444n

chess, x, 20, 21n, 694

Chester, John, 319, 323, 329, 335

Chickasaw Bluffs, 42, 191n, 500n

children

African American, 413

childbirth, 142, 420, 676, 677

child labor, 584

clothing for, 695

deaths of, in infancy, 107n

education of, 30, 131, 179, 413, 529n, 531, 567n, 656-7, 678

as future republicans, 131

Henderson heirs, 11

illnesses, 20, 106, 263, 656

Indian, 150, 519, 521n, 525, 529n

named after TJ, xi, 378, 567

orphans, 405, 408n, 418, 512n

slave, work in nailery, 262

teething, 427, 505

transfer of assets to, 307

See also Eppes, Francis Wayles (TJ's grandson); Randolph, Anne Cary (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Cornelia Jefferson (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Ellen Wayles, II (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Thomas Jefferson (TJ's grandson); Randolph, Virginia Jefferson (TJ's granddaughter)

Childs, Francis, 475, 479n

China, 623-5, 664-6

Chinese language, 171

Chisholm, Hugh

letter from cited, 683

Chislacaliche (Cherokeeleechee; Cherokeekiller), 147, 155n

Chisman, Mount Edward, 204, 320, 324, 334

Chribbs, William, 204, 321, 325, 332

Christmas, 190

Christophe, Henri, 599-600n

Church, Angelica Schuyler, 549-50

Church, Catherine

introduces Mme Du Pont, 549-50

letter from, 549-50

cider

manufacture of, 503n

ordered by TJ, 216n, 270, 308, 343, 496-7, 504, 606, 674-5, 686, 691, 694, 696-7

Cincinnati

distribution of Indian annuities from, 281

and division of Northwest Terr., 300, 302n, 464n

as Federalist stronghold, 299, 302n

land office at, 405n

military post at, 42

population of, 299

Cincinnati, Society of the, 428n

ciphers

R. Patterson's system of, 170-5

used by R. R. Livingston, 207-8

Cisalpine Republic, 206, 207-8n, 480, 481n

City Point, Va., 675

Claiborne, William C. C.

advises on appointments, 488n

appointed governor, 318, 325, 328, 332

arrives in Miss. Terr., 93

forwards address to TJ, 401n, 402

letter from, 402

and Sargent, 185n

support for, 184, 673

Clark, Daniel, 321, 327, 329, 335

Clark, Ebenezer, 379

Clark, Jonas, 204, 320, 323, 332

Clark, William, 230n

Clarke, Henry, 50-1n

Clarke, Isaac, 101n

Clarke's Seaman's Desiderata (Henry Clarke), 50-1n

Clarkson, Matthew, 319, 324, 331, 551n

Claxton, Thomas

letters from, 402-3, 420-1

payments to, 689, 692

seeks appointment, 402-3, 420-1

clay, 141

Clay, Joseph, Jr. (Ga.), 319, 325, 331

clerks

applications for clerkships, 274n, 659

award printing contracts, 72

bank, 92, 345n

custom house, 92, 266-8, 613, 653

House of Representatives, 54, 403-4, 415

land office, xlv

Navy Department, 211n

oaths taken by, 645

salaries, 92, 211, 267-8, 270, 415, 448

Senate, 121n

State Department, 115n, 183, 232n, 594, 598n

Treasury Department, 79, 108n, 205, 270n, 274n, 380n, 431n, 557n, 645, 659n

Va. legislature, 577n

War Department, 200n, 278, 441-2n, 500n, 659

Clinton, DeWitt

appointed senator, 388n, 550-1, 573

as committee member, 667n

criticizes Burr, xi, 81-2, 84

delivers letter to TJ, 551n

statement on political factions in N.Y., xi, 81-2, 83, 87

and suppression of Wood's History, 229n, 478n

Clinton, George

and Barlass, 478n

family of, 85

and Indian affairs, 342n, 487, 488n, 633

letter from, 550-1

recommends D. Clinton, 550-1

Cliveden (McClenachan estate), 307n

clocks, 240n, 376, 629

cloth

broad, 181, 484n, 634n, 695, 698

buckskin, 693

cambric, 688

canvas, 691

dimity, 685

doeskin, 691

flannel, 181, 634n

holland, 688

lace, 181

linen, 222

muslin, 688

prices, 181, 685, 688, 691, 697-8

superfine, 181

tape, 688, 690

thread, 688, 691

velvet, 181

waterproof, 20, 181, 262, 484-5n

See also cotton; silk

clothing

breeches, 181, 693

buckles, 696

buttons, 181

children's, 695

coats, 181

handkerchiefs, 688, 691

hat bands, 696

hats, 516, 690-1, 696

pantaloons, 181, 691

prices, 181, 688, 691-3

for servants, 181, 690-1, 693-4

stockings, 688, 692, 695

stocks, 685

surtouts, 20, 181, 262, 484n

uniforms, 563

waistcoats, 181

See also shoes

coal, 168-9, 562, 694

Coburn, John

identified, 622-3n

letter from, 620-3

proposal to abolish slavery, 620-3

Cochran, Charles Burnham, 74n

Cochran, John, 428-9

Cocke, William, 191n, 567n

Codmas, Andrew, 500, 501n

coffee

coffee mills, 124, 125n

coffee pots, 694

purchased by TJ, 691, 693-8

for servants, 691

and slave labor, 583

trade in, 562, 664-5

coins, 235

Coleman, Mr., 682

Colesville, Va., 106

Colhoun, John Ewing, 388n

Collett, James, 10

Colnaghi, M., 637

Columbia, Bank of (Georgetown)

D.C. commissioners' note on, 167

TJ's notes on, 77-8, 694-7

Columbia College, 82n, 380n, 478n

Colvill, Charles, 594, 596n, 597n

commerce

foreign control of American, 166

one of four pillars of prosperity, 63

principal source of American wealth, 199

See also United States: Economy

Commercial Register (Norfolk), 547n

compasses, 28, 29n

Comstock, Adam, 81-2

Condy, Jonathan W., 403n

Confucius, 128, 131

Congress (U.S. frigate), 605n

Congress, U.S.

Confederation

limitations on claims, 512n

and Northwest Terr., 298, 302n, 496n

Continental

artificers' pay, 602, 603n

half-pay to officers, 405, 408n

House of Representatives

appropriations and expenditures, 49-50n, 103n, 212n, 233n, 362n, 440

and Barbary states, 192-3, 592-3, 666-8

and census, 193n, 195

chamber, 225n

chaplain, 26n, 253

clerks, 54, 403-4, 415

confidential communications to, 544n, 545

contingent expenses, 640-1

and Convention of 1800, 363-4

doorkeeper, 421

and election of 1800, 86-7, 227n

examines public accounts, 211, 212n

and Indian affairs, 440-3, 543-5

letter to Speaker of, 57

marine hospitals, 631-2

messages to, 192-3, 195, 356-7, 363, 440-3, 499-501, 543-5, 592-3, 603-4, 607, 631-2, 640-1, 658, 666-8

military affairs, 47-8n, 416, 417n, 499-501

and the Mint, 566n, 603-4

and patent requests, 439-40n, 534-5n

printing contracts, 120-2

quorum assembled, vii, 51n

removal of discriminating duties, 56

repayment of Md. loans, 348n, 356-7, 361-2, 367-8, 542n

Republican majority in, xiii, 106, 261-2, 388

roll of public officers, 592-3

and Sayre's claims, 539, 540n

sergeant at arms, 489

Speaker of, 57n

and statement of circuit court cases, 658

visited by Little Turtle, 279, 337

western lands, 607

See also Annual Message to Congress (1801); Judiciary Act (1801)

Legislation

appropriation acts, 627-8

and Barbary states, 59, 557n, 605

Canadian boundary, 24, 501n

claims on Congress, 264n, 273-4, 405-8, 418n, 512, 521n, 602-3

collection laws, 91-2, 93n

compensation for revenue officers, 268n, 270n, 614

construction of 74-gun ships, 62, 65-6n

Convention of 1800, 363-4, 367

discriminating duties, 56-7, 68n

and District of Columbia, 13-17, 32-41, 346-8, 357n, 542n

Indian affairs, 69, 70n, 190-2, 278-9, 285n, 288, 442-3n, 443n, 524, 543-5

Library of Congress, 340, 351-2, 403

lighthouses, 506n

marine hospitals, 590, 591-2n, 631-2

military appropriations, 501n

military land warrants, 24-5, 115n

militia laws, 62

and the Mint, 566n, 613

naturalization, 64, 440n

and Northwest Terr., 300, 302n, 468

Ohio statehood, 302n

promotion of agriculture, 374-6

promotion of science, 179-80

reapportionment, 219, 220n, 388n

sale of public lands, 104n

sergeants at arms, 489n

western land claims, 11n

See also Judiciary Act (1801); Military Peace Establishment Act (1802); taxes: repeal of

Public Opinion

actions should be limited to enumerated powers, 385

Indian representation in, suggested, 337-8

and "Mammoth Loaf," 248

Senate

and Barbary states, 192-3, 592-3, 666-8

and census, 195

chaplain of, 26n

clerk of, 121n

contingent expenses, 640-1

and Convention of 1800, 94-5, 176-7, 183, 187-9, 363n, 367

and Indian affairs, 190-2, 341-2, 440-3

and Jay Treaty, 229n, 387n

letter to president of, 57

marine hospitals, 631-2

message from, 51

message from cited, 95n, 679

messages to, 94-5, 95, 190-2, 192-3, 195, 303-4, 322-8, 331-6, 356-7, 367, 440-3, 487-8, 499-501, 592-3, 603-4, 606, 607, 631-2, 640-1, 658, 666-8

message to cited, 501n, 679

military affairs, 499-501

and the Mint, 566n, 603-4

and patent requests, 439n

president pro tempore, 51, 57n

printing contracts, 54, 73n, 121n, 195n

quorum assembled, vii, 51

repayment of Md. loans, 356-7

Republican majority in, x-xi, xiii, 106, 225, 261-2, 309, 416-17, 504-5

roll of public officers, 592-3

sergeant at arms, 489n

and St. Clair's reappointment, 579n

and statement of circuit court cases, 658

and TJ's nominations, 95, 204, 224-5, 261, 303-4, 309-13, 322-8, 331-6, 341-2, 397n, 400n, 434n, 487-8, 501n, 513, 532n, 546n, 557, 562n, 606, 626n

western lands, 607

See also Annual Message to Congress (1801); Judiciary Act (1801); Otis, Samuel A.

Coningham (Cunningham), Cornelius

appointed justice of the peace, 314, 315n, 316, 318, 326, 335

Connaissance des temps, 162

Connecticut

and American Revolution, 109n, 264n

attorneys, 108-9

Baptists in, 248

commissioners of bankruptcy, 109n

Danbury, 509

fast and thanksgiving days in, 255n

marshal for, 95

medical societies, 508

naval prizes carried to, 12

New London, 590

newspapers, 507, 509-10, 512n, 673-4

Norwich, 408n

physicians, 508-9

supervisor for, 319, 323, 329, 335

U.S. district court, 123n

See also Danbury Baptist Association; Federalists; Middletown, Conn.; New Haven, Conn.; Republicans

Connecticut Republican Magazine, 673-4

Conrad, John, 610, 611n

Conrad & McMunn (Washington), 688-9, 695

Constellation (U.S. frigate)

officers, 3n, 380, 397

orders to, 605n

Yznardi seeks passage on, 382, 383, 513n

Constitution, Fort, 43

Constitution of the United States

allegorical depictions of, 240

and amendment process, 249-50, 252, 385

and apportionment, 220n

a charter of authorities and duties, 252

and citizenship, 64

and D.C., 32

declaring war, enacting peace, 59

enumerated powers vs. implied powers, 385

Federalists threaten, 166, 241-2

and freedom of religion, 249-50, 252, 254-5, 258, 491n

and freedom of the press, 258-9, 491n

and gifts, pensions, bounties, 662

and judiciary, 166, 259, 491n, 619n

and presidential elections, 491n

principles of, affirmed, 199

and recess appointments, 433-4

revision and amendment called for, 490, 491n

and separation of powers, 24, 303, 422

and slavery, 583

and states' rights, 17, 258-9, 303, 377

and suffrage, 249-50, 252, 390

term restrictions, 491n

TJ's opinion of, 384, 385

and trade, 63

and treaty ratifications, 491n

Convention of 1800

claims agents, 364

day of thanksgiving for, 255n

duration of, 188

funds to implement, 363-4, 367

ratification of, 94-5, 176-7, 183, 187-9, 197n, 255n

return of captured vessels, 123

spoliation claims, 103

Conway, Richard

declines nomination, 546n

nominated justice of the peace, 314-17, 326, 335, 336n

copper, 141, 168, 169n, 604n

Corcoran, Thomas

appointed justice of the peace, 314, 316, 318, 325, 335

Córdoba, Gonzalo Fernández de, 7, 8, 9n

cork, 439n, 504

Cork, Ireland, 234

corn, 338n, 346n, 686, 693

Cornwallis, Charles, Lord, 573

Cornwell, Mr. (Norfolk), 682

Corny, Marguerite Victoire de Palerne de, 636

Correct Statement of the Various Sources from which The History of the Administration of John Adams was Compiled (John Wood), 478n

Corunna. See La Coruña, Spain

Cosway, Maria Hadfield

brother forwards letter from, 197

letter from, 636

proposal to publish Louvre etchings, 636-7

cotton

duties on, 41, 503n

import and export returns, 563

manufacture of, 222, 562-3, 624-5, 664-5

stockings, 688, 695

cotton gins, 145

Courts, U.S.

Circuit

appointments to, 318-19, 325, 331

and case of schooner Peggy, 123n

District of Columbia, 32-3, 165n, 293-4n, 318, 325, 331, 529-30, 555-9

statement of cases in, 63, 66n, 638-40, 654-5, 658

and suit against E. Randolph, 343-4, 455, 457n

Third Circuit, 587-9

District

appointments to, 319, 331

Public Opinion

dual officeholding by judges, 229, 387, 491n

judges should be elected by House and Senate, 491n

jurisdiction over Indian affairs, 442-3n

need impartial method to summon juries, 63-4

Supreme Court

cases, 122-3, 176-7, 183

Marbury v. Madison, 312-13

recorder, 165n

Cowell, John

Law Dictionary, 40n

cowpox. See smallpox

Coxe, Charles D., 321, 326, 333

Coxe, John Redman

and smallpox vaccination, 80n, 189, 203, 235, 454

Coxe, Tench

advocates trade with China, 623-5, 664-6

appointed purveyor of public supplies, 308n

letters from, 41-2, 502-3, 562-3, 600-2, 623-5, 664-6

memorandum on navigation regulation, 502-3

observations on Anglo-American commerce, 41-2, 664-6

Reflections on Cotton, 562-3, 664-5

seeks appointment, 600-2

sends anonymous letters, 41-2, 562-3

Coxe, Tench, Jr., 601, 602n

Cozens, William R., 428, 435

Cranch, William

and Houseman's case, 164-5

identified, 165n

letter from, 164-5

Craven, John H.

expected in Alexandria, 20

leases land, 531n, 618, 619n

leases slaves, 422n, 531

letters from cited, 619n, 683

letters to cited, 619n, 683

payments to, 685, 696

Creek Indians. See Indians: Creeks (Muskogees, Muscogees)

Crèvecoeur, Michel Guillaume St. John de, 209n

Crockett, Joseph

appointed marshal, 290, 319, 325, 334

letter from, 290

Croft, Edward, 625-6

Cromwell, Mr., 693

Crooke, William

letter from cited, 684

Cross, John, Jr.

appointed surveyor, 488

letter from cited, 681

Croudson, Samuel, 133-4

Crowninshield, George, & Sons, 119, 120n

Crowninshield, Jacob

advises on appointments, 116-20

identified, 120n

letter from, 116-20

Culnan, John, 372n, 487

Cumberland River, 127, 130

Currie, James

assists with arbitration, 97, 340-1, 369-70, 436-7, 492-3, 503-4, 545

letters from, 97, 340-1, 436-7

letters to, 9, 203, 369-70

letter to, misdirected, 359, 361n, 370, 373

TJ forwards writings on smallpox to, 203, 341, 370, 436

Cushing, Thomas H., 47n

Cushing, William, 457n

Cutler, Manasseh

comments on Mammoth Cheese, 248

as committee member, 193n

identified, 564n

letter from, 563-4

TJ loans book to, 563-4

Cutts, Richard

identified, 437n

invited to dine with TJ, 437

letter to, 437

Cuvier, Georges, 548-9n

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