Volume 36 Index

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G

Gadsden, Mr. (Alexandria), 216

Gallatin, Albert

letters from, xlvii, 406 (illus.), 48-50, 101-4, 120-2, 182-3, 195-7, 204, 205, 205-6, 210-12, 215-16, 270, 343-4, 346-8, 367-8, 428-9, 440, 448-9, 506, 554, 568-71, 589-92, 628, 630, 638

letters from cited, 233n, 440n, 442n, 638n, 679-80

letters to, xlvii, 406 (illus.), 70, 107-8, 182-3, 204, 231, 361-2, 384, 627-8, 628, 630

letter to cited, 563

Personal Affairs

cigars for, 572

interest in Indian culture, history, xlix

portraits of, xlvii-xlviii, 406 (illus.)

Politics

criticism of, 430n

and D. Jackson, 215-16, 231

distribution of printing contracts, 120-2

as reference, 226

Secretary of the Treasury

advises on annual message to Congress, 108n

advises on appointments, 182, 204, 227n, 231, 310, 428

applications to, for appointments, 72, 73n, 274n, 381n

appointed, 310, 318, 322, 331

attends cabinet meetings, 394

and Bank of the U.S., 215, 216n, 231

and Barbary affairs, 193n, 448-9, 593-8

and Barraud's removal, 177n, 211, 212n, 373n

compiles roll of government officers, 66n, 70, 193n, 194, 196, 210-14, 232n, 568-71, 592

and conduct of McLane, 182-3

and Coxe's reflections on cotton, 563

and delinquent accounts, 195-7, 205, 428-9

discharge of public debt, 102-3, 104n, 346, 367-8

and Duane's stationery contract, 121, 122n, 554

and E. Randolph's case, 343-4, 440

and Ellicott's appointment, xlvii, 629-30

estimates revenues and expenditures, 48-50, 61, 101-4

examination of public accounts, 211, 212n

and Ga. land claims, 303

and Heth's accounts, 196-7, 205

and Indian trading houses, 440n, 442n

and lighthouses, 506

marine hospitals, 211, 212n, 589-92, 631-2

and president's contingent expenses, 627-8, 638

reappointment of W. P. Gardner and A. Campbell, 79, 643-4, 652

reduction of civil list, 204, 205-6

as reference, 431

and Reib's claim, 628

reorganization of internal revenue offices, 205-6, 270

and repayment of Dutch loan, 102, 104n

and repayment of Md. loans, 346-8, 361-2, 367-8

and salaries and compensations, 448, 614

and sale of public lands, 102, 104n

sends abstracts of Treasury warrants, 107-8, 182n

and Short's salary claim, 582n

TJ forwards letters to, 384

and treasurer's accounts, 233n

See also Treasury, U.S. Department of the

Gantt, Edward

as attending physician at President's House, 671, 698

payments to, 693

as reference, 445

and smallpox vaccination, 80, 203, 235, 361n, 370, 373, 387-8, 454, 693

statement of medical services, 671

vaccinates Indian delegation, ix, 515, 519, 522n

Gantt, Thomas T., 321, 326, 327n, 334

Gap Copper Mine (Lancaster Co., Pa.), 168, 169n

Gardiner, John

letter from, 362-3

seeks appointment, 362-3

Gardner, George, 81-2

Gardner, William (N.H.), 318, 323, 328, 334

Gardner, William P.

and A. Campbell, 650

defends his conduct to TJ, 79

exposes delinquent Treasury accounts, 79, 643, 649

letter from, 79

seeks appointment, 79

Garnett, John, 50-1, 176

Garriga, Joseph

Descripción del esqueleto, 548-9n

gas illumination, 169-70

Gates, Horatio

letters from, 50-1, 573-4

letter to, 176

recommends Ebenezer Stevens, 573-4

sends publication, 50-1

thanked by TJ, 176

Gates, Mary Vallance, 50, 176, 574

Gavino, John, 666-7

Gazette de Leide (Leyden Gazette), 23

Geanty, Lewis

identified, 377n

letter from, 376-7

letter to, 422

plan to manufacture scientific instruments, 376-7, 422

Geddes, David, 297n

Gelston, David, 85, 321, 324, 335

General View of the History of Switzerland (John Wood), 472, 478n

Genesee River, 632

"Genius of Liberty" (Stanley Griswold), 292

George III, King of Great Britain, 27n, 625n

Georgetown, D.C.

collector at, 204, 320, 331

Columbian Academy, 435

mayors of, 435n

newspapers in, 72

Republicans in, 72

schools, 352n

silversmiths, 123

taverns, inns, 123, 125n, 134, 135n, 628

taxation privileges granted to, 33

Georgetown College, 75

George Washington (U.S. ship), 595-7, 667n

Georgia

Athens, 489n

Augusta, 528n

commissioner of loans, 319, 325, 329, 331

conflict with Creeks, 528n

congratulatory address from legislature of, 17-18

fortifications, 500n

immigrants to, 510-11

Indian trading houses in, 69, 70n, 441n

legislature, 17-18, 377-8

militia, 18n

Montgomery Co., 18n

navy agents in, 211n

physicians, 510-11

postal service in, 489n

seek Creek cessions, 18n, 136, 190, 191n

silk production in, 625n

Tallassee Co., 191n

TJ thanks legislature of, 377-8

U.S. district court, 319, 325, 331

and western land claims, 94, 201-2, 225, 303-4, 682

Wilkes Co., 18n

See also Savannah, Ga.

Gérard, Conrad Alexandre, 11n

Gérard de Rayneval, Joseph Mathias, 10-11

German Reformed Church, 618n

Germany, 452, 617, 623

Gerry, Elbridge, 195-6, 205, 358

Gerry, Samuel R., 195-6, 205

Gibaut, Edward, 120n

Gibaut, John, 116-20

Gibaut, Sarah Crowninshield, 120n

Gibraltar, 59, 666-7

Gibson, John, 74n, 518, 521n

Gibson & Jefferson

collect payments, handle transactions for Short, 456, 692

handle TJ's business affairs in Richmond, 339, 350, 496, 582, 689, 693, 694

TJ's account with, 268

See also Jefferson, George

Giles, Aquila, 318, 323, 329, 330n, 335

Giles, William Branch

and Del. elections, 217, 219n

and discontinuation of the Mint, 566n

invited to Douglas's Christmas dinner, 190

and repeal of Judiciary Act, 619n

Gilpin, George

appointed judge, 318, 325, 333

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

Girardin, Louis H., 657n

Giulio Romano. See Pippi de' Gianuzzi, Giulio (Giulio Romano)

Glasgow, 320, 327, 332, 608

Glasgow, University of, 26n

glass, 377, 421, 695

Glass, The (Cherokee chief), 277, 515

Glendy, John

identified, 26n

letter from, 25-7

thanks TJ, 25-7

Godby, William, 380n

Goddard, Calvin, 407, 408n

Goforth, Aaron, 302n

Goforth, William

appointed Symmes purchase commissioner, 301-2n, 311, 325

criticizes St. Clair, calls for Ohio statehood, 297-303

identified, 301-2n

letter from, 297-303

gold

chains, 516, 526

cob, 689

jewelry, 668n

mines, 142

for the Mint, 604n

as specie, 604n, 688-9, 692-3

watches, 668n, 688

Golden, Abraham, 694

Goodall, Parke

letter from cited, 571n, 683

seeks appointment, 571

Goodhue, Benjamin, 119, 120n

Goodin, Benjamin, 470n

Goodrich, Elizur, 309, 321, 323, 333

Gordon, Mr. (Jerez, Spain), 572, 573

Gordon, George, 468

Graham, John, 321, 323, 328, 332

Grammatical Institute of the English Language (Noah Webster), 617

Granger, Gideon

advises on appointments, 109n, 292

advises on reply to Danbury Baptists, 253-4, 256

appointed postmaster general, 310, 319, 322, 331

compiles roll of deputy postmasters, 232, 570-1n

invited to dine with TJ, 220n

letters from, 256, 268, 292

letter to, 27

postal contracts sought from, 379

postal schedule for Charlottesville, 268

as reference, 108-9, 264, 655

TJ recommends J. Lyon to, 27, 29-30, 71-2

Grattan, Robert, 324, 333

Gray, Lloyd, 692

Graybill, Jacob, 74n

Great Britain

Economy

coinage, 235

cost of labor in, 222

fur trade, 338

insurance premiums on shipping, 56

manufacturing, 222-3, 563, 623

size of merchant fleet, 41

Foreign Relations

with Algiers, 597n, 667n

with China, 623-5

with Spain, 147-9, 155-6n, 483

with Tunis, 668n

Navy

cost of, 41

dockyards, 197-8

impressment of American seamen, 92

lifts blockade of Spanish ports, 483

Politics and Government

and Ireland, 27n, 221-2, 224n

Test Acts, 672

Science and Learning

learned societies, 236, 238n

road construction, 168

waterproofing, 20, 21n

Society

evangelicalism in, 452

U.S. Relations with

American reliance on British commerce and manufacturing, 623, 664-6

duties on shipping, 41-2, 56-7, 67-8, 89, 502-3, 606

and Fla., 137, 148

and frontier trade, 243, 282

G. Morris's mission to Britain, 433, 434n

immigrants to U.S., xlv, 180n, 352n, 431n, 445, 660, 671-2

and Indian affairs, 147-8, 154-6n, 275-6, 282, 284-5n, 338, 528-9n

and northern boundary, 24-5, 500, 501n

and origins of American slavery, 409-10

and prisoners of war, 349

War with France

decline of Second Coalition, 453n

and Egypt, 532-3

expenditures for French prisoners, 110

preliminary articles of peace signed, vii, 10, 19, 23, 26, 56, 58, 98, 109-10, 199, 348, 470, 471, 480, 532-3, 606

Great Error of American Agriculture Exposed: and Hints for Improvement Suggested (Thomas Moore), 458n

Great Miami River, 464n, 517, 520n, 521n

Greek language, 75, 472

Green, Ashbel, 29n

Green, Timothy, 84-5, 87n

Greene, Ray, 430n

Greene, Fort, 42

Greenleaf, James, 13, 16, 17n, 381n

Greenville, Treaty of

annuities, 281, 288, 518, 521n, 524

boundary established by, 280-1, 284-5n, 287-8, 517, 520n, 521-2n

hunting rights, 521n

Indian trade, 519, 521n

interpreters at treaty talks, 515

return of prisoners, 521n

signers of, 275, 514, 520n

Gregg, Andrew

letter from cited, 682

letter to cited, 682

recommends Cozens, 435n

Griffin, Burgess, 531

Griffin, Cyrus, 457n

Griffiths, Julius, 636-7

Grimes, Michael, 686

Griswold, Roger

and Anna Young's claim, 406-7, 408n

as committee member, 52

defends discriminatory duties, 56

and printing contracts, 122n

Griswold, Stanley

"Genius of Liberty," 292

Grymes, Philip Ludwell

letter from cited, 683

Guadeloupe, W.I., 320, 327, 332, 585

Guercino. See Barbieri, Giovanni Francesco (Il Guercino)

Guerrant, John

declines appointment, 536-7

identified, 537n

letter from, 536-7

recommended by Monroe, 186

Guido di Pietro (Fra Angelico), 637

gunpowder

for Indians, 281, 633, 634n

manufacture of, 129, 132, 553n

 
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