Volume 36 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

J

Jackson, Agnes

letter from, 418

seeks TJ's assistance, 418

Jackson, David, 215-16, 482, 692

Jackson, Henry, 650

Jackson, Henry (Irish patriot), 220-1, 224n

Jackson, J. M., 688

Jackson, James

and absence of S. R. Bradley, 224-5

as boundary commissioner, 682

as committee member, 52, 95n

letter from, 224-5

letter from cited, 682

Jackson, Jonathan (carpenter), 418

Jackson, Susanna Kemper, 215-16, 231

Jackson, William, 182, 183n

Jacob (Bible), 300, 303n

Jamaica, 110, 189

James (John Hoomes's servant), 688

James River

transport on, 496

James River Company, 159, 371

Jarvis, Benjamin, 198n

Jarvis, William, 487

Jasper, Samuel, 311, 325, 331

Jay, John, 228-9, 387

Jay, Fort, 43

Jay Treaty

commissioners appointed under, 213, 214n

compensation for commissioners, 232n

and debt claims, 103, 434n

and import duties, 67, 68n, 89n

secret instructions, 228-9, 387

and withdrawal of British troops, 284-5n

Jefferson, George

collects payments, handles transactions for Short, 371, 504, 545

forwards TJ's account, 268

handles shipments for TJ, 10, 51, 344, 504

handles TJ's business affairs in Richmond, 338, 342-3, 368-9, 457, 492-3, 503-4, 545, 574

letter from cited, 368-9n, 679

letters from, 18-19, 51, 70, 268, 368-9, 371, 399, 492-3, 545, 574

letters to, 10, 338, 342-3, 344, 370, 503-4

tobacco for D. Ross settlement, 18-19, 70, 343, 369, 370, 399, 436-7

Jefferson, Jane Randolph (Mrs. Peter Jefferson, TJ's mother), 108

Jefferson, Thomas

Agriculture

exchanges seeds, plants with friends, 275

views on, 63

See also Poplar Forest (TJ's estate); tobacco

Business and Financial Affairs

account with D. Ross arbitrated, 9, 18-19, 70, 97, 340-1, 343, 369-70, 399, 436-7, 492-3, 503-4

buys corn, 338n, 346n, 686, 693

buys shares in turnpike company, 417n

buys stocks, 685

newspaper subscriptions, 88n

orders bottles, 504

orders carriage from Philadelphia, 693, 695

orders cider, 270, 308, 343, 496-7, 504, 606, 674-5, 686, 691, 694, 696-7

orders ducks, 216-17

orders frames, 350, 666, 695

orders hams, 504, 691, 693

orders medals, 386

seeks to buy another horse, 675-6

sends halves of bank bills, 338-9, 342-4, 368-9

and Wayles estate, 157-8, 677

See also Barnes, John; Gibson & Jefferson; Henderson lands; Jefferson, George; Monticello; Shadwell (TJ's estate); Short, William

Character and Image

advocate of civil and religious liberty, 26, 248

aversion to public speaking, vii, 248

biographies of, 476, 479n, 674n

children named after TJ, xi, 378, 567

elected to National Institute of France, 206, 208-9, 611-12

friend to arts and science, 28, 245, 294, 295, 422, 438

friend to humanity, 234, 453

friend to Indians, 243-4

influence on next generation of Americans, 129, 131

praised as philosopher, man of letters, 128, 131, 220n

Correspondence

letters misdirected, 341, 359, 370, 373

receives anonymous letters, 31, 41-2, 91-3, 266-8, 384, 581, 641, 678

receives death threats, xi, 581, 641

seeks supplies of ink, ix, 448

style of writing, 52

too busy to write often, 106, 261, 386-7, 676

use of replies to public addresses, 256

uses caution, disguise in writing, sending letters, 387, 472, 613

writes on scraps of paper, xlvii, 406 (illus.)

Law

and rights of neutral vessels, 64, 66n

Library

books obtained for, ix-x, 50, 95-6, 176, 238-9, 432, 447, 480n, 547n, 607-8, 688, 693-5

books recommended by TJ, 305n

mathematics, 305n

pays for bookbinding, 689, 696

receives copy of Wood's History, 480n

requests books from Monticello, x, 20

Minister to France

and Houdon's statue of Washington, 663

meets various people, 274n

and Soulés, 112, 113n

and Wuibert, 114, 115n

Nailery

accounts of production, sales at, 98, 260, 422, 568

nailrod and iron stock for, 414n

slave boys work in, 262

Opinions

benefits of a well-ordered household, 484

can rarely indulge in philosophy, 390

describes "four pillars" of prosperity, 63

difference between rural and urban electorate, 390

foreign control of American commerce, 166

free enterprise, 63

importance of maintaining social intercourse, xii, 676-7

practical often controls the theoretical, 391

on Washington society, 676

Patronage and Appointments

avoids appointing Virginians, 133, 613

constitutionality of recess appointments, 433-4

difficulty of making appointments and removals, 22

fears Senate will reject nominations, 261, 309

judiciary removals, 309, 329-30

lists of appointments and removals, 309-36

and "midnight appointments," 309, 311-13, 315n, 327n, 328, 330, 333-4, 575n

misspells names of nominees, 345, 532n, 546

moderate approach toward, 85

postpones appointments, 224-5

principles regarding removals, 309

reappointment of W. P. Gardner and A. Campbell, 654n

reappoints Republicans, 309, 328, 330, 334

reduction of useless offices, vii, 22-3, 60-1, 166, 178, 204, 210-11, 212n, 231, 310, 416

relies on friends, congressmen for advice on, 231

removals due to misconduct and delinquency, 309, 325, 328-30, 391, 488n, 613

Republicans entitled to share of offices, 309, 312, 328, 330, 391

seeks to appoint men of respectable standing, 104-5

sends nominations to the Senate, 331-6, 487-8, 606

withholds commissions, 312-15, 327n, 400, 430n, 609n

Personal Affairs

buys watches, has watches repaired, 240n, 565, 688, 695

clothing for servants, 181, 690, 691, 693-4

describes daily routine, xiii, 99, 261

employs dentist, 125n

expense of outfit in Washington, 19

gives money in charity, 396n, 498n, 654n, 659n, 686, 692, 695, 697-8

grooming, 693, 696

health of, 106-7, 178, 242n, 368, 426

invites family to Washington, xii, 426, 676-7

and L. Littlepage, 194

makes recommendations, 27, 29-30, 75

medical care for household staff, 671, 698

orders wine, 163, 269, 339, 343, 351, 381-3, 482, 483, 512, 572-3, 674, 690, 693-8

private secretary, 52-3, 312-13n

provides travel directions, 677

receives gifts, 202n, 572, 628

receives invitations, 190

receives sculpture, statuary, 19

sends dinner invitations, ix, xii, xlvi-xvlii, 406 (illus.), 220, 242, 254, 427, 432, 435, 437, 486

sends gifts to grandchildren, 656

strangers ask for money, 290-1, 396, 497-8, 498-9, 617-18, 660-2, 678

subscribes to dancing assemblies, 696

suicide of James Hemings, 20, 21n

tailoring, 181, 689, 693, 697

See also Kosciuszko, Tadeusz; President's House

Political Theories

both parties are republican, 390-1

Constitutional powers and limits, 252, 385

economy in public expense, vii, 22-3, 60, 65, 129-30, 132

freedom of the press, 258-9

function of D.C. commissioners, 559

Hamilton's financial system entailed on country, 391

and local government, 261

militia preferable to standing army, 62

republicanism can be accommodated to French habits, 391

return government to republican principles, 23, 30, 165-6, 176

states' rights, 377

strength of republican government, 252, 384

Politics

criticizes Hamilton's "half-lettered ideas," 391

expects cooperation from Congress, 19-20

fears divisions among Republicans, x-xi, 81-2, 416, 618

Federalist leaders incurable, isolated, xiii, 106, 165, 176, 178, 390, 391, 618

supports rights of aliens, x, 64, 129, 132, 220-4, 432

suppression of Wood's History, 387

Portraits

on medals, 239-40, 386, 565-6

by Polk, 659n

by Sharples, xlvii

President

and Barbary affairs, viii, 3, 58-9, 192-3, 394, 557, 592-3, 605, 666-8

cabinet meetings, 192n

calls for reconciliation and harmony, 64-5, 176, 390

and census, 195

communicates to Congress by message, vii, 52, 57, 178, 261-2, 270

and conduct of McLane, 182-3

conference with Black Hoof, viii-ix, xlix, 277, 513-27

conference with Cherokee delegation, 277, 515

conference with Little Turtle, viii-ix, xlviii, 274-90, 513, 515

contingent expense fund, 627-8, 638, 640-1

and D.C., 32-41, 356-7, 361-2, 416n, 542n, 551-2, 559

discharge of public debt, 10, 19, 60-1, 107, 129-30, 132, 166

and Duane's legal trials, 378

election, inauguration celebrated, 479n, 492n, 659n

and Friend's Orebank lease, 90-1

and Gérard de Rayneval's claim, 10-11

and Indian affairs, viii, 58, 190-2, 243-4, 543-5, 632-5

issues pardons, 260n

lighthouses, 506

and Marine barracks, 668

military reductions, viii, 47-8n, 60-3, 378, 388, 416

and misapplication of public funds, 61

and naval prizes, 12

orders navy vessels to Mediterranean, 58-9, 62, 234-5, 394, 395

and peace in Europe, vii-viii, 10, 19, 23, 58, 68

preservation of president's records, 232-3

rearrangement of judiciary system, x-xi, 63-4, 66n, 127, 130, 178, 417, 430n, 618, 638-40, 658, 663, 674-5

receives Mammoth Cheese, ix, xlix-l, 246-52, 261-2

reduces diplomatic establishment, 60, 212n

and Reib's claim, 628

relief for Sedition Act victims, 258-60

removal of discriminating duties, 56-7, 67-8, 89

repeal of internal taxes, vii-viii, 10, 19, 23, 60, 111, 166, 178, 186, 231, 388, 416, 430n, 600, 602n

roll of government officers, 231-2, 592-3

salary, 77-8, 107n, 678, 688, 690, 692, 694, 697-8

sends confidential communications to Congress, 544n, 545

and St. Clair, 446, 458-70

and warrants drawn on Treasury, 107-8n, 182n

and Yznardi's conduct as consul, 6n

See also Convention of 1800

Religion

attends church, sermons, 224-5

bill for establishing religious freedom, 258n

expects no mercy from clergy, 128, 131

fast and thanksgiving days, 255, 257

and freedom of religion, 253-4, 257

transmigration of souls, 30

See also Danbury Baptist Association

Scientific Interests

astronomical readings, 629

calculates population increase of U.S., 59

federal support for science, 422

Indian languages, 274, 279

mastodons, 265n, 266n, 386

mathematics, 176

megalonyx, 548-9n

megatherium, 548-9n

plans university for Virginia, 385-6

road construction, 417

silk production, 484n

smallpox vaccination, 80, 177-8, 203-4, 279, 341, 360, 361n, 370, 388, 482, 515, 522n

waterproofing, 20, 21n, 233, 262, 338, 339, 484-5n

See also American Philosophical Society

Secretary of State

and Morocco, 596n

Slaveholder

apprentices slave as cook, 671n

boys work in nailery, 262

death of Juno, 421, 422n

death of Tom Shackleford, 106

hires slave labor, 21, 339, 346n

leases slaves to Craven, 422n, 531

payments to slaves, 107n

and removal of condemned slaves from Va., 76, 104, 185, 186-7n, 576-7

runaways, 21

smallpox vaccination for slaves, 361n

Travel

suggests routes to Washington, 677

Vice President

inaugural speech, 475

and Jay's mission, 229n

and Little Turtle, 274-5

Writings

Bill for the Relief of Sufferers under Certain Illegal Prosecutions, 258-60

circulars to heads of departments, 232n

circular to naval commanders, 605

D. Clinton's statement on political factions in N.Y., 81-2

Draft of Bill to Establish a Government for the Territory of Columbia, 34-40

executive order on revenue districts, 270n, 310

has dinner invitations printed, ix, xlvi-xvlii, 406 (illus.), 437, 503

List of Charges Against Arthur St. Clair, 465-6

list of interim appointments, 309-36

Note for the National Intelligencer, 67-8

notes on cabinet meetings, 394

Proclamation on Ratification of the Convention with France, 187-9, 197n

reply to Black Hoof, 522-3

reply to Little Turtle, 286-7

responds to Indians through Dearborn, 632-5

See also Annual Message to Congress (1801); Danbury Baptist Association; Inaugural Address (1801); Notes on the State of Virginia

Jenkins, John (Pa.), 540

Jenner, Edward, 80n, 436, 454, 522n

Jennerian Discovery (Charles Rochemont Aikin), 80, 189, 203, 341, 359, 370, 436, 454-5

Jesus, 452

jewelry, 668n

Jews, 150, 628-9n

John (schooner), 424n

John Adams (U.S. frigate), 605

Johnson, Abraham, 346n

Johnson, Charles, 231

Johnson, Esther (“Stella”), 202n

Johnson, John, 347n

Johnson, Thomas, 318, 325, 331

Johnson, Thomas de Mattos, 320, 325, 334, 570n

Johnson, William (gunner), 380n

Johnston, Fort, 42

Johonnot, Gabriel, 358-9

Jones, Edward, 320, 327, 332

Jones, Edward (Treasury clerk), 48

Jones, Evan

and marine hospital for New Orleans, 631-2n

removal of, 321, 327-30, 335

Jones, John (Ga.)

congratulatory address from, 17-18

identified, 18n

letter from, 17-18

Jones, John Paul, 115n

Jones, Malachi, 321, 325, 331

Jones, Meriwether, 492n

Jones, Thomas

letter from cited, 679

Jones, Thomas W., xlv

Jones, Walter, Jr., 318, 325, 332

Jones, William (Pa.), 193n, 650

Jones & Kain, 693

Joshua (slave of Abraham Johnson), 346n

Judd, William

identified, 109n

letter from, 108-9

seeks appointment, 108-9

Judiciary Act (1801)

opposition to repeal of, 586-9, 618, 619n

repeal of, x-xi, xii, 182n, 204, 231, 270n, 346, 388, 417, 430n, 504-5, 589n, 600, 602n, 618, 663, 674-5

Julien, Honoré, 671

Juno (d. 1801, TJ's slave), 421, 422n

Jupiter (planet), 230n, 485, 486n, 581n

juries, 63-4

jury packing, 329

Jackson, Agnes

letter from, 418

seeks TJ's assistance, 418

Jackson, David, 215-16, 482, 692

Jackson, Henry, 650

Jackson, Henry (Irish patriot), 220-1, 224n

Jackson, J. M., 688

Jackson, James

and absence of S. R. Bradley, 224-5

as boundary commissioner, 682

as committee member, 52, 95n

letter from, 224-5

letter from cited, 682

Jackson, Jonathan (carpenter), 418

Jackson, Susanna Kemper, 215-16, 231

Jackson, William, 182, 183n

Jacob (Bible), 300, 303n

Jamaica, 110, 189

James (John Hoomes's servant), 688

James River

transport on, 496

James River Company, 159, 371

Jarvis, Benjamin, 198n

Jarvis, William, 487

Jasper, Samuel, 311, 325, 331

Jay, John, 228-9, 387

Jay, Fort, 43

Jay Treaty

commissioners appointed under, 213, 214n

compensation for commissioners, 232n

and debt claims, 103, 434n

and import duties, 67, 68n, 89n

secret instructions, 228-9, 387

and withdrawal of British troops, 284-5n

Jefferson, George

collects payments, handles transactions for Short, 371, 504, 545

forwards TJ's account, 268

handles shipments for TJ, 10, 51, 344, 504

handles TJ's business affairs in Richmond, 338, 342-3, 368-9, 457, 492-3, 503-4, 545, 574

letter from cited, 368-9n, 679

letters from, 18-19, 51, 70, 268, 368-9, 371, 399, 492-3, 545, 574

letters to, 10, 338, 342-3, 344, 370, 503-4

tobacco for D. Ross settlement, 18-19, 70, 343, 369, 370, 399, 436-7

Jefferson, Jane Randolph (Mrs. Peter Jefferson, TJ's mother), 108

Jefferson, Thomas

Agriculture

exchanges seeds, plants with friends, 275

views on, 63

See also Poplar Forest (TJ's estate); tobacco

Business and Financial Affairs

account with D. Ross arbitrated, 9, 18-19, 70, 97, 340-1, 343, 369-70, 399, 436-7, 492-3, 503-4

buys corn, 338n, 346n, 686, 693

buys shares in turnpike company, 417n

buys stocks, 685

newspaper subscriptions, 88n

orders bottles, 504

orders carriage from Philadelphia, 693, 695

orders cider, 270, 308, 343, 496-7, 504, 606, 674-5, 686, 691, 694, 696-7

orders ducks, 216-17

orders frames, 350, 666, 695

orders hams, 504, 691, 693

orders medals, 386

seeks to buy another horse, 675-6

sends halves of bank bills, 338-9, 342-4, 368-9

and Wayles estate, 157-8, 677

See also Barnes, John; Gibson & Jefferson; Henderson lands; Jefferson, George; Monticello; Shadwell (TJ's estate); Short, William

Character and Image

advocate of civil and religious liberty, 26, 248

aversion to public speaking, vii, 248

biographies of, 476, 479n, 674n

children named after TJ, xi, 378, 567

elected to National Institute of France, 206, 208-9, 611-12

friend to arts and science, 28, 245, 294, 295, 422, 438

friend to humanity, 234, 453

friend to Indians, 243-4

influence on next generation of Americans, 129, 131

praised as philosopher, man of letters, 128, 131, 220n

Correspondence

letters misdirected, 341, 359, 370, 373

receives anonymous letters, 31, 41-2, 91-3, 266-8, 384, 581, 641, 678

receives death threats, xi, 581, 641

seeks supplies of ink, ix, 448

style of writing, 52

too busy to write often, 106, 261, 386-7, 676

use of replies to public addresses, 256

uses caution, disguise in writing, sending letters, 387, 472, 613

writes on scraps of paper, xlvii, 000 (illus.)

Law

and rights of neutral vessels, 64, 66n

Library

books obtained for, ix-x, 50, 95-6, 176, 238-9, 432, 447, 480n, 547n, 607-8, 688, 693-5

books recommended by TJ, 305n

mathematics, 305n

pays for bookbinding, 689, 696

receives copy of Wood's History, 480n

requests books from Monticello, x, 20

Minister to France

and Houdon's statue of Washington, 663

meets various people, 274n

and Soulés, 112, 113n

and Wuibert, 114, 115n

Nailery

accounts of production, sales at, 98, 260, 422, 568

nailrod and iron stock for, 414n

slave boys work in, 262

Opinions

benefits of a well-ordered household, 484

can rarely indulge in philosophy, 390

describes "four pillars" of prosperity, 63

difference between rural and urban electorate, 390

foreign control of American commerce, 166

free enterprise, 63

importance of maintaining social intercourse, xii, 676-7

practical often controls the theoretical, 391

on Washington society, 676

Patronage and Appointments

avoids appointing Virginians, 133, 613

constitutionality of recess appointments, 433-4

difficulty of making appointments and removals, 22

fears Senate will reject nominations, 261, 309

judiciary removals, 309, 329-30

lists of appointments and removals, 309-36

and "midnight appointments," 309, 311-13, 315n, 327n, 328, 330, 333-4, 575n

misspells names of nominees, 345, 532n, 546

moderate approach toward, 85

postpones appointments, 224-5

principles regarding removals, 309

reappointment of W. P. Gardner and A. Campbell, 654n

reappoints Republicans, 309, 328, 330, 334

reduction of useless offices, vii, 22-3, 60-1, 166, 178, 204, 210-11, 212n, 231, 310, 416

relies on friends, congressmen for advice on, 231

removals due to misconduct and delinquency, 309, 325, 328-30, 391, 488n, 613

Republicans entitled to share of offices, 309, 312, 328, 330, 391

seeks to appoint men of respectable standing, 104-5

sends nominations to the Senate, 331-6, 487-8, 606

withholds commissions, 312-15, 327n, 400, 430n, 609n

Personal Affairs

buys watches, has watches repaired, 240n, 565, 688, 695

clothing for servants, 181, 690, 691, 693-4

describes daily routine, xiii, 99, 261

employs dentist, 125n

expense of outfit in Washington, 19

gives money in charity, 396n, 498n, 654n, 659n, 686, 692, 695, 697-8

grooming, 693, 696

health of, 106-7, 178, 242n, 368, 426

invites family to Washington, xii, 426, 676-7

and L. Littlepage, 194

makes recommendations, 27, 29-30, 75

medical care for household staff, 671, 698

orders wine, 163, 269, 339, 343, 351, 381-3, 482, 483, 512, 572-3, 674, 690, 693-8

private secretary, 52-3, 312-13n

provides travel directions, 677

receives gifts, 202n, 572, 628

receives invitations, 190

receives sculpture, statuary, 19

sends dinner invitations, ix, xii, xlvi-xvlii, 000 (illus.), 220, 242, 254, 427, 432, 435, 437, 486

sends gifts to grandchildren, 656

strangers ask for money, 290-1, 396, 497-8, 498-9, 617-18, 660-2, 678

subscribes to dancing assemblies, 696

suicide of James Hemings, 20, 21n

tailoring, 181, 689, 693, 697

See also Kosciuszko, Tadeusz; President's House

Political Theories

both parties are republican, 390-1

Constitutional powers and limits, 252, 385

economy in public expense, vii, 22-3, 60, 65, 129-30, 132

freedom of the press, 258-9

function of D.C. commissioners, 559

Hamilton's financial system entailed on country, 391

and local government, 261

militia preferable to standing army, 62

republicanism can be accommodated to French habits, 391

return government to republican principles, 23, 30, 165-6, 176

states' rights, 377

strength of republican government, 252, 384

Politics

criticizes Hamilton's "half-lettered ideas," 391

expects cooperation from Congress, 19-20

fears divisions among Republicans, x-xi, 81-2, 416, 618

Federalist leaders incurable, isolated, xiii, 106, 165, 176, 178, 390, 391, 618

supports rights of aliens, x, 64, 129, 132, 220-4, 432

suppression of Wood's History, 387

Portraits

on medals, 239-40, 386, 565-6

by Polk, 659n

by Sharples, xlvii

President

and Barbary affairs, viii, 3, 58-9, 192-3, 394, 557, 592-3, 605, 666-8

cabinet meetings, 192n

calls for reconciliation and harmony, 64-5, 176, 390

and census, 195

communicates to Congress by message, vii, 52, 57, 178, 261-2, 270

and conduct of McLane, 182-3

conference with Black Hoof, viii-ix, xlix, 277, 513-27

conference with Cherokee delegation, 277, 515

conference with Little Turtle, viii-ix, xlviii, 274-90, 513, 515

contingent expense fund, 627-8, 638, 640-1

and D.C., 32-41, 356-7, 361-2, 416n, 542n, 551-2, 559

discharge of public debt, 10, 19, 60-1, 107, 129-30, 132, 166

and Duane's legal trials, 378

election, inauguration celebrated, 479n, 492n, 659n

and Friend's Orebank lease, 90-1

and Gérard de Rayneval's claim, 10-11

and Indian affairs, viii, 58, 190-2, 243-4, 543-5, 632-5

issues pardons, 260n

lighthouses, 506

and Marine barracks, 668

military reductions, viii, 47-8n, 60-3, 378, 388, 416

and misapplication of public funds, 61

and naval prizes, 12

orders navy vessels to Mediterranean, 58-9, 62, 234-5, 394, 395

and peace in Europe, vii-viii, 10, 19, 23, 58, 68

preservation of president's records, 232-3

rearrangement of judiciary system, x-xi, 63-4, 66n, 127, 130, 178, 417, 430n, 618, 638-40, 658, 663, 674-5

receives Mammoth Cheese, ix, xlix-l, 246-52, 261-2

reduces diplomatic establishment, 60, 212n

and Reib's claim, 628

relief for Sedition Act victims, 258-60

removal of discriminating duties, 56-7, 67-8, 89

repeal of internal taxes, vii-viii, 10, 19, 23, 60, 111, 166, 178, 186, 231, 388, 416, 430n, 600, 602n

roll of government officers, 231-2, 592-3

salary, 77-8, 107n, 678, 688, 690, 692, 694, 697-8

sends confidential communications to Congress, 544n, 545

and St. Clair, 446, 458-70

and warrants drawn on Treasury, 107-8n, 182n

and Yznardi's conduct as consul, 6n

See also Convention of 1800

Religion

attends church, sermons, 224-5

bill for establishing religious freedom, 258n

expects no mercy from clergy, 128, 131

fast and thanksgiving days, 255, 257

and freedom of religion, 253-4, 257

transmigration of souls, 30

See also Danbury Baptist Association

Scientific Interests

astronomical readings, 629

calculates population increase of U.S., 59

federal support for science, 422

Indian languages, 274, 279

mastodons, 265n, 266n, 386

mathematics, 176

megalonyx, 548-9n

megatherium, 548-9n

plans university for Virginia, 385-6

road construction, 417

silk production, 484n

smallpox vaccination, 80, 177-8, 203-4, 279, 341, 360, 361n, 370, 388, 482, 515, 522n

waterproofing, 20, 21n, 233, 262, 338, 339, 484-5n

See also American Philosophical Society

Secretary of State

and Morocco, 596n

Slaveholder

apprentices slave as cook, 671n

boys work in nailery, 262

death of Juno, 421, 422n

death of Tom Shackleford, 106

hires slave labor, 21, 339, 346n

leases slaves to Craven, 422n, 531

payments to slaves, 107n

and removal of condemned slaves from Va., 76, 104, 185, 186-7n, 576-7

runaways, 21

smallpox vaccination for slaves, 361n

Travel

suggests routes to Washington, 677

Vice President

inaugural speech, 475

and Jay's mission, 229n

and Little Turtle, 274-5

Writings

Bill for the Relief of Sufferers under Certain Illegal Prosecutions, 258-60

circulars to heads of departments, 232n

circular to naval commanders, 605

D. Clinton's statement on political factions in N.Y., 81-2

Draft of Bill to Establish a Government for the Territory of Columbia, 34-40

executive order on revenue districts, 270n, 310

has dinner invitations printed, ix, xlvi-xvlii, 000 (illus.), 437, 503

List of Charges Against Arthur St. Clair, 465-6

list of interim appointments, 309-36

Note for the National Intelligencer, 67-8

notes on cabinet meetings, 394

Proclamation on Ratification of the Convention with France, 187-9, 197n

reply to Black Hoof, 522-3

reply to Little Turtle, 286-7

responds to Indians through Dearborn, 632-5

See also Annual Message to Congress (1801); Danbury Baptist Association; Inaugural Address (1801); Notes on the State of Virginia

Jenkins, John (Pa.), 540

Jenner, Edward, 80n, 436, 454, 522n

Jennerian Discovery (Charles Rochemont Aikin), 80, 189, 203, 341, 359, 370, 436, 454-5

Jesus, 452

jewelry, 668n

Jews, 150, 628-9n

John (schooner), 424n

John Adams (U.S. frigate), 605

Johnson, Abraham, 346n

Johnson, Charles, 231

Johnson, Esther (“Stella”), 202n

Johnson, John, 347n

Johnson, Thomas, 318, 325, 331

Johnson, Thomas de Mattos, 320, 325, 334, 570n

Johnson, William (gunner), 380n

Johnston, Fort, 42

Johonnot, Gabriel, 358-9

Jones, Edward, 320, 327, 332

Jones, Edward (Treasury clerk), 48

Jones, Evan

and marine hospital for New Orleans, 631-2n

removal of, 321, 327-30, 335

Jones, John (Ga.)

congratulatory address from, 17-18

identified, 18n

letter from, 17-18

Jones, John Paul, 115n

Jones, Malachi, 321, 325, 331

Jones, Meriwether, 492n

Jones, Thomas

letter from cited, 679

Jones, Thomas W., xlv

Jones, Walter, Jr., 318, 325, 332

Jones, William (Pa.), 193n, 650

Jones & Kain, 693

Joshua (slave of Abraham Johnson), 346n

Judd, William

identified, 109n

letter from, 108-9

seeks appointment, 108-9

Judiciary Act (1801)

opposition to repeal of, 586-9, 618, 619n

repeal of, x-xi, xii, 182n, 204, 231, 270n, 346, 388, 417, 430n, 504-5, 589n, 600, 602n, 618, 663, 674-5

Julien, Honoré, 671

Juno (d. 1801, TJ's slave), 421, 422n

Jupiter (planet), 230n, 485, 486n, 581n

juries, 63-4

jury packing, 329

 
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