Volume 36 Index

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D

Daggett, Henry, Jr., 383n

Dale, Richard

commands Mediterranean squadron, 29, 268, 330, 331

instructions to, 115n

seniority of, 139, 140n

retained in service, 378n

Dallas, Alexander J.

as reference, 123n

as U.S. attorney, 165, 166-7n, 215

and Duane's sedition trial, 169-70, 297, 298, 300n, 583-4, 597-8n

and Priestman's case, 460

Dalton, Tristram

as D.C. commissioner, 51-2, 225-6, 335-6n

Daniel, Henry

letter from, 614-15

judgment against Va., 614-15

deemed insane by TJ, 615n

letter from cited, 615n

Darley, Samuel

letter from, 537

asks TJ for money, 537

Darling, Joseph, 383n

Darne, Thomas, 303-4

Darrell, Edward, 136n, 221, 675

Dart, John Sandford, 187-8n

Dart, Thomas Lynch, 187n

Dartmouth College, 541, 542n

Dassevael, Steven, 209n

Daugherty, Joseph. See Dougherty, Joseph

Daveiss, Joseph Hamilton, 244, 245n

Davidson, Samuel

letter from, 647-8

property in President's Square, 487n, 647n

claim re alterations to plan of Washington, 647-8

identified, 647-8n

Davie, William R.

appointed, declines Indian commission, 129, 130n, 177, 507, 558, 559, 560n

Davies, William, 681, 682n

Davis, Daniel, 129, 131n, 682n

Davis, Ellen Watson, 533n

Davis, George, 624-5

Davis, John, 533n

Davis, Matthew L.

recommended, opposed for appointment, 36-7, 127, 158-9n, 256

editor of Time Piece, 389n

family of, 624n

Davis, William (Boston)

letter from cited, 704

Davis, William (Plymouth), 531, 533n

Davy, William

letter from, 406

forwards print of Gates, 406

identified, 406n

Dawson, John

carries letters, news to Europe, 106, 107, 143n, 281, 292, 403

arrives at Paris, 107n, 286, 287

carries ratified convention to France, 286n

sends dispatches to U.S., 293n

returns to U.S., 309, 641, 643

invited to visit Lafayette, 403

sends Maryland back to U.S., 450

Day, Augustus, xlii

Dearborn, Henry

letters to, 458, 463-4, 650-1

letters from, 373, 377-8

conference with Cherokee delegation, ix, xlii, 505-11

appointed secretary of war, xlii, 22

Report on the War Department, xlii, 81-7

portrait of, xlii-xliii, 356 (illus.)

advises on Mediterranean squadron, 115

attends cabinet meetings, 115, 326

and Southwestern Indians, 130n, 458, 507-8, 560n

applications to, for appointments, 151, 171-2n, 651n

and case of S. Nicholson, 207

and British debt claims, 326

acting secretary of the navy, 340n, 377-8, 562n, 651n, 664, 667, 669n

and Mullowny's case, 340n

and reduction of Marine Corps, 373

letter from cited, 373n, 698

forwards courts-martial proceedings, 377-8

as reference, 394

advises on appointments, 429, 605

and P. Edwards's letter, 429

and D. Austin, 463

Burrus case, 463-4

lease of salt springs, 493n

letters to cited, 493n, 651n, 699

and P. S. Du Pont's gunpowder proposal, 618, 619-20, 650-1

absent from Washington, 651, 686

and the Berceau, 664

and appointment of S. Brown, 669n

Deas, William A., 136

Death of General Montgomery in Storming the City of Quebec (John Daly Burk), 389n

Decatur, Stephen, Sr., 140n, 378n

Declaration of Independence, 3, 455n

De Clary, Noël, 685-6n

deeds, 574-5

deerskins. See peltry

Defoe, Mr., 649

De Jure Belli ac Pacis (Hugo Grotius), 254n, 500, 502n

Delagoa Bay, Africa, 156

Delany, Sharp, 381n

Delaware

legislature, 114n, 578n

Middletown, 114n, 585

postmasters, 114n, 585

marshal for, 130, 131n, 437, 488, 563, 578, 587-8, 590-1, 616, 683

U.S. attorney for, 130, 171n

commissioner of loans, 171n

few removals demanded in, 309

presidential electors, 348

Baptists, 458-9, 490-1

and American Revolution, 467n, 566, 567n

U.S. district court, 487

elections, 488

physicians, 488n

ferries, 567n

governors, 567n, 612

inns, 567n

New Castle County, 567n, 578n

collection of internal revenues in, 652

marine hospitals, 681n

See also Federalists; Republicans; Wilmington, Del.

Delaware, University of, 412n

Delaware Baptist Association

letter to, 490-1

letter from, 458-60

congratulates, thanked by TJ, 458-60, 490-1

Democratic-Republican societies, 123n, 392n, 514n

Democratic Society of New York City, 514n

Denmark

and American Revolution, 31-2

armistice with Britain, 60, 61n, 285n

U.S. relations with, 129, 451n, 453

evacuates Hamburg, 281

joins league of armed neutrality, 285n

See also Copenhagen

Dennie, Joseph, 517n

Denniston, David, 224n, 263

Denniston & Cheetham

letter to, 264-5

letters from, 223-4, 316-17

urge removal of Federalists, 223-4, 264-5, 309-10n, 316-17

criticized by R. R. Livingston, 263

See also American Citizen and General Advertiser (New York); Cheetham, James

Denon, Vivant

Voyage dans la Basse et la Haute Égypte, 455n

Dent, George, 177, 191, 192n, 208, 695

Description du Cap de Bonne-Esperance (Peter Kolb), 551, 554n

desertion, 378n

Detroit, 654

Detroit (sloop), 86n

Dexter, Samuel, 87n, 111, 112-13n, 151

Dickerson, Mahlon, 74n, 297

Dickinson, John

letters to, 401-2, 616-17

letters from, 179, 464-7, 590-1

recommends Dr. J. Vaughan, 179, 401

and conduct of McLane, 392, 393n, 401-2, 467

advises on appointments, 464-7

as reference, 474

and appointment of Joel Lewis, 564, 590-1, 616-17

Didot, Pierre, 455n

Dill, Thomas

letter from, 9-11

offers religious advice, 9-11

Dillenburg, Germany, 156n

Dillon, Mr. (Va.), 327

Dinmore, Richard, 405, 603

Dinsmore, Andrew, 295

Dinsmore, James

letters to, 295, 407

and property of J. Holmes, 102, 103n

instructions to, re work at Monticello, 295

letters from cited, 295n, 701, 702, 703

and conduct of Stewart, 407

and management of nailery, 407

TJ's high opinion of, 407n

letters to cited, 703

Direct Tax (1798)

payment of, 101

commissioners, 136, 543, 675, 702

opposition to, 428n, 443-4, 449n

Discourses Concerning Government (Algernon Sidney), 565n

District of Columbia

commissioners, ix, 198-200, 313, 314n, 370, 371, 372n, 647n

sale of lots in, xli, 198-200, 202-3, 487n, 647-8n

letters to, from commissioners, 51-2, 225-6, 234-5

market for, 51-2

Marine barracks in, 198-200, 202-3

temporary building for House of Representatives, 225, 234-5

building regulations in, 225-6

superintendent of public buildings, 225n

Republicans in, 303-4

divided into counties, 304n, 692-3n

militia, 304n

appropriation of lots for public use, 334-6

bridges in, 335-6n

letters from commissioners cited, 335-6n, 698

U.S. circuit court, 485-6

alterations to plan of, 647-8

collection of internal revenues in, 652

taxes, 692-3

See also Georgetown, D.C.; Washington, D.C.

D'Ivernois, François, 154n

Dobell, Peter, 415

Dollond, Peter, 272, 436n

Dolomieu, Dieudonné Sylvain Guy Tancrède (Déodat de Gratet de), 293, 294n

Donald, Alexander, 272n

Donath, Josiah, 48n

Donnisison, William, 670n

Dougherty, Joseph

clothing for, 488-9

marriage of, 565-6

handles payments, 598n

personal account with TJ, 705

stable accounts, 706, 707, 708

Douglas, Charles

letter to, 471

letters from, 117-18, 467-8

seeks appointment, 117-18

identified, 118n

requests vaccine matter, 467-8, 471

Douglas, Susannah Randolph, 117, 468

Dowse, Edward

letter from, 88

defends S. Nicholson, 88

identified, 88n

letter from cited, 88n

D'Oyley, Daniel, 187, 221

Drayton, John

letter to, 374

letters from, 157-8, 674-6

recommended by Hunter, 6

advises on appointments, 136n

and return of French prisoners, 157-8, 304-5, 374, 674-5

identified, 157n

View of South Carolina, 157n

appoints commissioner of Direct Tax, 543n, 675

letter to cited, 543n, 699

and state militia, 675-6

Drayton, Stephen

letter from, 391-2

seeks appointment, 391-2

identified, 391-2n

Drayton, William Henry

Memoirs, 157n

Droit des Gens (Emmerich de Vattel), 500-1, 502n

Duane, Elizabeth, 72, 74n

Duane, Margaret Bache, 74n, 298

Duane, William

letter to, 169-70

letters from, 71-4, 168-9, 296-300

recommends aspirants for office, 71-4, 168-9

seeks patronage, 71-4, 296-300

bookselling, stationery business of, 72, 74n, 169, 298, 299

family of, 72, 74n, 298

supplies books for Library of Congress, 72, 74n

sedition trial of, 73, 74n, 169-70, 297-8, 300n, 583-4, 597-8

as reference, 113

citizenship of, challenged, 213-14n, 297, 298, 424-5

imprisoned for contempt, 213-16, 297, 298, 300n

letter forwarded to, 239

sends political news, 296-300

financial difficulties of, 299

and payment of overdue subscriptions, 574

publishes Liston's letters, 584

See also Aurora (Philadelphia)

Ducarne de Blangy, Jacques Joseph

letter from, 495-6

proposal for rescuing ships in distress, 495-6

A la Nation Française, 495-6n

identified, 496n

duels, 151n, 388n

Duer, William, 539n

Dufief, Nicolas Gouin, 418n

Dugnani, Antonio

Short forwards letter from, 293

letter from cited, 293n

Duke, Henry, 684, 685n

Dunbar, William, 561

Duncan, David, 573, 704

Dunham, Aaron, 517-18

Dunlap, James, 102

Du Ponceau, Peter Stephen, 215, 418n, 628n

du Pont, Victorine, 617, 619, 620n, 651

du Pont, Victor Marie, 620n

du Pont de Nemours, Éleuthère Irénée

plan to manufacture gunpowder, 617-20, 651

Du Pont de Nemours, Françoise Robin Poivre

travels to Washington, 358, 359, 617, 619

exchanges regards with TJ, 619, 620, 651

Du Pont de Nemours, Pierre Samuel

letter to, 651

letter from, 617-20

proposal to purchase military clothing, 82, 85n

travels to Washington, 358, 359, 617, 619

forwards letters, 361-2, 400, 620n

plan to manufacture gunpowder, 617-20, 651

DuVal, William, 307, 360, 398, 410

Duvall, Gabriel

letter from cited, 192n, 698

recommends Harwood, 192n

Dwight, Timothy, 94n, 344, 345n, 369n

D'Wolf (DeWolf), Charles, 146-7n

D'Wolf (DeWolf), James, 146-7n

D'Wolf (DeWolf), John, 146-7n

Dyke, Bate

letter from, 89

plan for navigation, 89

 

Dahler, Philippe Jacques

letter from, 527-9

seeks to locate missing uncle, 527-9

Dale, Richard

commands Mediterranean squadron, 65n, 193n, 271, 272n, 532, 667n

negotiations with bey of Tripoli, 394n

at Toulon, 560-2

Dallas, Alexander J.

advises on appointments, 182, 682

appointed U.S. attorney, 317, 324, 333

and D. Jackson, 215-16

dual officeholding by, 486n

and inquiry into Latimer's conduct, 182n

letter from cited, 682

as Republican leader, 71n

Dalton, Tristram

as D.C. commissioner, 13-17, 166-7, 305-7, 337, 346-8, 356-7, 361-2, 415-16, 542, 551-2, 564

justice of the peace, 314

letter from cited, 17n

and removal of Fenwick's houses, 551-2

and repayment of Md. loans, 346-8, 356-7, 361-2, 542

Dana, Samuel W., 193n

Danbury Baptist Association

letter to, 258

TJ's reply to, ix, 248, 253-8

Dandridge, Bartholomew, Jr., 321, 326, 332, 488

Danican, François André

L'Analyze des Echecs, x, 20, 21n

Darah (Darrah), Mr.

accompanies Indian delegation, 515-16, 519, 522n, 525

Darlinton, Joseph, 469n

Darne, Thomas

appointed justice of the peace, 314, 316-17, 326, 335

declines nomination, 336n, 546n

Darrell, Edward, 626n

Dartmouth College, 82n

Davenport, William, 11, 618, 619n

Davidson, John, 694

Davie, William R.

appointed Indian commissioner, 191n, 319, 326, 332, 543

and compensation for Lafayette, 616, 662

and D. Stone, 227n

as envoy to France, 187

letter to, 662

Davies, William, 614

Davis, Augustine

removal of, 104-5, 186, 187n, 537n, 683

Davis, Daniel, 319, 323, 331

Davis, George (N.C.), 226, 227n

Davis, George (surgeon), 235n

Davis, John (author)

letter from, 443-4

"Memoirs of the Mammoth Cheese," 443-4n

sends pamphlet to TJ, 443-4

Davis, Matthew L., 85-6, 87n, 88n, 216n

Davis, Thomas T.

as committee member, 52

forwards petition to TJ, 662

letter from, 662

Dawson, John

absent from Washington, 261, 262n, 388

carries letters, news to Europe, 158-9

carries ratified convention to France, 395

as committee member, 543-4n

forwards writings, 615

and Kosciuszko, 125, 126n

and Lafayette, 481

letter from, 615

Dawson, Martin

letter from cited, 681

letter to cited, 681

Dayton, Jonathan

accused of misusing public funds, 475, 479n, 644, 646, 649-50

as committee member, 667n

opposes repeal of Judiciary Act, 388n

presents petitions, 438, 439

Deakins, Francis, 417n

Dearborn, Henry

and A. Campbell, 650, 652, 654n, 697

address to Seneca, Onondaga, Cayuga, and Munsee Indians, 632-5

advises on appointments, 198n

and Anna Young's claim, 408n, 512

applications to, for appointments, 358

armory, arsenal in S.C., 125

attends cabinet meetings, 394

and Baron, 180n

and Canadian boundary, 24-5, 500

conferences with Indian delegations, viii, xlviii, 276-9, 287-9, 513-16, 520n, 522n, 523-7

family of, 200n

and Friend's Orebank lease, 91n

and Indian affairs, 68-70, 94n, 155n, 191-2n, 243, 244n, 276-9, 341-2, 488n, 543-4n

and Kaskaskia, 244n

letters from, 24-5, 42-8, 68-70, 125, 341-2

and military contracts, 215-16

passports for Indians, 513-14, 516

Plan for Reorganizing the Army, 42-8, 61-2, 66n

as reference, 175, 358

and roll of government officers, 232n

Statement on Indian Trading Houses, 68-70, 440, 441n

and Tousard, 294, 296

Deblois, Lewis, 315n

Debois, Rev. John, 688

De Bononiensi Scientiarum et Artium (Accademia delle Scienze dell'Istituto), 237

debt. See United States: Economy; United States: Public Finance

Declaration of Independence

medal commemorating, 239-40, 386, 566n

used for cipher demonstration, 173-5

De Clary, Noël, 671

Defiance, Fort, 517

DeLacy, John Devereux

letter from, 135-57

sends account, description of Creek Indian territory, 135-57

Delambre, Jean Baptiste Joseph, 580-1

Delamotte, F. C. A.

appointed vice commercial agent, 320, 326, 328, 334, 470-1

forwards letters, 424n

letter from, 470-1

Delaware

commissioner of loans, 219, 220n

elections in, 217-19

Irish in, 219n

Kent Co., 219

marshal for, 319, 324, 328, 332, 393n

New Castle Co., 219n, 220n

and reapportionment, 219, 220n

See also Federalists; Republicans; Wilmington, Del.

Demaree, Samuel R.

identified, 305n

letter from, 304-5

seeks advice on books, 304-5

Democratic Party, 657n

Democratic-Republican societies, 228-9

Denmark, 163n

Denniston, David, 85, 87n, 479n

Denniston & Cheetham

letter from, 472-80

plan to publish state papers, 477-8

and suppression of Wood's History, 472-80

See also American Citizen and General Advertiser (New York); Cheetham, James

Deptford, England, 198n

Derieux, Justin Pierre Plumard

letter from cited, 682

letters to cited, 681, 682

Descripción del esqueleto de un quadrúpedo muy corpolento y raro (Joseph Garriga), 548-9n

Desmarets, Louis

asks TJ for money, 290-1

letter from, 290-1

Destutt de Tracy, Antoine Louis Claude

Éléments d'idéologie, 481n

friend of Lafayette, 480, 481n

Destutt de Tracy, Émilie Louise de Durfort-Civrac, 481n

Detroit

Indian trading house at, 281-2, 285n, 288, 519

military post at, 24, 25n, 42, 45, 500n

De Witt, Simeon, 434n

Dexter, Samuel, 318, 322, 331

diamonds, 668n

Dick, Elisha Cullen

appointed justice of the peace, 314, 316-17, 326, 335

Dickerson, Mahlon, xlv-xlvi, 650

Dickinson, John

letter from, 97-8

letter to, 165-6

Political Writings, 238-9

praises TJ's annual message, 97-8

TJ summarizes goals of his administration to, 165-6

Dickson, William, 543-4n, 567n

Digges, Francis, 293-4

Dinmore, Richard

and circulating library, ix, 447n

identified, 352-3n

letters from, 352-3, 444-5

seeks appointment, 352-3, 444-5

writings, publications, 352-3n

Dinsmore, Andrew, 692

Dinsmore, James

informed of J. Hemings's suicide, 20

letters from, 98-9, 260-1, 421-2, 567-8

letters to cited, 21n, 98n, 261n, 504n, 681, 683

and management of nailery, 98-9, 260, 422, 568

plank for Monticello, 565

reports on work at Monticello, 98-9, 260-1, 421-2, 567-8

and Ruspoli, 505

Direct Tax (1798), 625-6

Dissertation on the Freedom of Navigation and Maritime Commerce (William Barton), 610-11

District of Columbia

attorneys, 380n

bill to establish government for, 32-41

building regulations in, 305-7, 337, 415-16

calls for home rule in, 380n

divided into counties, 32, 312-13

Hopyard tract, 202n

jail, 33

justices of the peace, 312-18, 322n, 325-6, 335-6, 434n, 531-2, 546

and L'Enfant's claim, 88

letter from commissioners cited, 17n, 679

letters to, from commissioners, 13-17, 88, 166-7, 305-7, 337, 415-16, 542, 551, 551-2, 564

marshal for, 32, 318, 325, 333

Md. loans to, 14-16, 167, 346-8, 356-7, 361-2, 367-8, 542

militia, 82n

Orphans Court, 318, 325, 333

petition forwarded to commissioners, 682

receipts and expenditures, 362n

register of wills, 318, 325, 333

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

sale of lots in, 13-17, 105-6, 166-7, 356-7, 367-8

streets and roads in, 167, 551-2, 564

TJ on the functions of commissioners, 559

U.S. attorney for, 32, 318, 325, 333

U.S. circuit court, 32-3, 165n, 293-4n, 318, 325, 331, 529-30, 555-6

See also Alexandria, D.C.; Georgetown, D.C.; Washington, D.C.

Dobell, Peter

appointed commercial agent, 264, 265n, 320, 326, 333, 470, 471

Dobrée, Pierre Frédéric, 326, 327n

dockyards, 197-8

Dodge, Nehemiah

on Danbury Baptist committee, 254-6, 258

and John Leland, 253

letter to, 254-6, 258

Dole, James, 324, 333

Donaldson, Joseph, Jr., 595-7

Dorsey, William H.

appointed justice of the peace, 314-16, 318, 326, 335

declines appointment, 336n, 546n

Doublehead (Cherokee chief), 544n

Dougherty, Joseph

clothing for, 693

stable accounts, 685-7, 689-94, 696-8

wages, 696

Douglas, Charles

invites TJ to Christmas dinner, 190

letter from, 190

Douglas, Susan Randolph

identified, 190n

invites TJ to Christmas dinner, 190

letter from, 190

Douglass, James, 21n

Draper, John, xlv, 345n

Drayton, John

appoints commissioner of Direct Tax, 625-6

letter from, 625-6

letter from cited, 626n

Drew, Charles

letter from cited, 683

Duane, William

account with TJ, 503, 686

bookselling, stationery business of, ix, 121-2, 554, 655, 686, 694-5, 697-8

and clerkship of the Senate, 121n

forwards letters, items to TJ, ix, 371, 448, 485, 503

letter from, 337-8

printing contracts, 73n, 121n, 212n, 417n, 554, 593n

prints invitations for TJ, ix, xlvi, 503

and Reich's medals, 386, 565-6

as Republican leader, 71n

sedition trial of, 260n, 378

seeks patronage, 120-2

suggests Indian representatives in Congress, 337-8

See also Aurora (Philadelphia)

Dublin, Ireland, 222-3

Du Buc de Marentille, Abraham

invents lifesaving devices, 438-40

letter from, 438-40

Duchouquet, François (Francis), 515, 519, 521n

Duckett, Allen Bowie, 293-4

Dufief, Nicolas Gouin

letter to, 607-8

TJ orders books from, ix-x, 607-8, 688, 695, 698

Dufour, John James

letter from, 373-6

seeks new location for vineyard, 373-6

Dunbar, William, 22, 189

Duncan, David, 319, 325, 332

Duncan, Thomas, 324, 333

Duncanson, William Mayne, 541n

Dunham, Aaron, 319, 324, 329, 330n, 334

Dunkirk, France, 321, 333

Dunlap, James, 689, 691

Dunlap, James (Ohio), 470n

Dunlavy, Francis, 469n

Dunmore, John Murray, fourth Earl of, 154n, 521n

Dunnington, William

asks TJ for money, 396, 697

identified, 396n

letter from, 396

Dunscomb, Andrew, 186

du Pont, Gabrielle Joséphine de la Fite de Pelleport, 552-3

du Pont, Victor Marie, 129, 132, 158, 552-3

du Pont de Nemours, Éleuthère Irénée, 129, 132-3, 553n

Du Pont de Nemours, Françoise Robin Poivre, 130, 132, 392, 549-50, 552, 553

Du Pont de Nemours, Pierre Samuel

and Foronda, 399

and French learned societies, 235

and Gérard de Rayneval's claim, 11n

health of, 552

and Houdon's sculpture, 611-12, 663

letters from, 127-33, 399, 552-3, 611-12, 616

letter to, 390-2

member of National Institute, 209n, 611-12

plan to manufacture gunpowder, 129, 132, 553n

praises TJ's annual message, x, 127-33

returning to France, 391-2

seeks compensation for Lafayette, 616, 662

son to visit TJ, 552-3

TJ expresses his political philosophy to, 390-2

and Turgot, 132-3n

DuPré, Lewis

identified, 534-5n

letter from, 533-5

seeks patent for perpetual motion device, 533-5

Dupuis, Charles François

Mémoire, 535-6

Dupuy, James, 353, 354, 355n

Durkee, Benjamin, 406

Durkee, Isaac Barré, 406, 408n

Durkee, John, 405-8

Durkee, John, Jr., 406, 408n

Durkee, Martha Wood, 406, 408n

Durkee, Phineas, 406, 408n

Dyer, Peter, 355n

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