Volume 36 Index

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P

Pacific Ocean, 127, 130

packet ships, 110, 572, 573

Page, John

letter to, 613-14

offered Petersburg collectorship, 613-14

Page, Mann

letters from cited, 615n, 683

recommends aspirants for office, 615, 683

Page, Margaret Lowther (Mrs. John Page), 614

Paine, Elijah

identified, 100n

letter from, 100-1

recommends Atwater, 100-1

Paine, Thomas

Age of Reason, 31

Panton, Leslie & Co., 135-7, 145, 154n, 157n

Panton, William, 135-7

Paolo Veronese. See Caliarí, Paolo (Paolo Veronese)

paper

foolscap, 694, 698

hot press, 694

stationery, 121, 122n, 366n, 554, 689, 691, 693-4

waterproof, 338, 339, 485n

writing, 695, 697

Papers, in Relation to the Official Conduct of Governour Sargent (Winthrop Sargent), 183-5

pardons

granted by TJ, 260n

petitions for, 164-5, 529-30

Paris, 189, 320, 326, 334

Park, Mr., 695

Parkinson, William, 253

Parliamentary or Constitutional History of England, 607-8

Parrish, Jasper, 634n

parties, political

criticism of, 26

Pasley, Jeffrey L., 248

patents

coffee grinders, 124

dental devices, 124

gas manufacturing, 170n

immigrants seek, 439-40n

lifesaving devices, 439n

perpetual motion, 533-5

screens, 534n

spoon manufacturing, 124

steelyards, 534n

Patterson, Daniel Todd, 174, 175n

Patterson, Edgar, 689

Patterson, John (Pa.), 175n

Patterson, Robert

astronomical research, 22

letter from, 170-5

as member of APS, 230n, 581n

proposes cipher system, 170-5

Patterson, William (N.Y.), 175n, 321, 326, 333

Paul, St., 25, 27n

Paul, Thomas

letter from cited, 682

Paumthe (Shawnee Indian), 514

Paxton, Mr., 695

Payne, Anna, 437n

Peace and Plenty (ship), 667-8n

Peace Establishment Act (1801), 62-3

Peale, Charles Willson

family of, 659n

letter from cited, 369n, 679

letters from, 365-6, 404-5

letters to, 369, 385-6

and mastodon skeleton, 22, 264-6, 365-6, 386, 404-5

offers museum to government, 365-7, 385-6, 404-5

reelection of TJ as president of APS, 369

stationery, 366n

T. J. Randolph stays with, 657n

Peale, Rembrandt, 266n, 690

Pechin, William, 443n

Peggy (French schooner), 122-3, 177n

Pendleton, Edmund, 160, 163n, 456, 457n

penmanship, 540

Pennsylvania

copper mining in, 168, 169n

elections in, 71n, 111-12

German Reformed Church in, 618n

land office, xlvii, 485, 602n

laws from, adopted by Northwest Terr., 467-8, 469n

legislature, 365-7, 404, 405n, 429n, 485-6

marshals for, 317, 324, 329, 333-4

Pittsburgh, 25n, 42

postal service in, 610

Presbyterians in, 435n

Presque Isle collectorship, 428-9

prison reform in, 553

stagecoach lines, 611n

supervisor for, 111-12, 319, 324, 329, 335

U.S. attorneys, 317, 324, 333

U.S. district courts, 587-9

Wilkes-Barre, 408n

Wyoming Valley, 408n

See also Federalists; Republicans

Pennsylvania (ship), 19

Pennsylvania, Bank of, 71n, 126n

Pennsylvania, University of, 175n, 376, 428n

Pennsylvania Hospital, 549n

Pensacola, Fla., 135-8, 148, 151, 154n

perpetual motion, 123, 125n, 533-5

Perry, John

carpenter at Monticello, 98-9, 422, 565

letter from cited, 681

letter to cited, 682

misspells Burnley's name, 530

payments to, 346n

Perry, Reuben

carpenter at Monticello, 98n

letter to cited, 681

payments to, 346n

Peru, 577

Peruzzi, Baldassare, 637

Peter, John, 333

Peter, Thomas

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

Peters, Richard, 645

Peters, Theodore, 321, 326, 332

pewter, 377n

Peyton, Craven

and lease of Shadwell fields, 11, 618, 619n

letter to, 11

purchases land for TJ, 11

reports on division of Henderson lands, 11

Peyton, Francis

advises on appointments, 313

appointed justice of the peace, 314, 316-17, 326, 335, 546n

Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America, 626n

Phelps, Oliver, 81-2

Philadelphia

banks, 71n, 696

booksellers, 610, 611n

brokers, 114, 115n

care of sick and disabled seamen in, 590-1

collector at, 19, 71, 110, 182n

commerce of, 206

Common Council, 405n

cordwainers, 603n

custom house, 111, 182

fortifications, 500n

French consul at, 297n

hospitals, 590

mayors, 71n

memorial from merchants and traders of, 586-9

merchants, 71n, 133, 307n, 371, 372n, 586-9

militia, 516

museums, 350n, 365-7

naval officer at, 183n

navy agent at, 211n

navy storekeeper at, 211n

observatory at, 22

postal service, 610

printers, 236n

recorder, 486n

Republicans in, 71n, 182

and Revolutionary War, 71n, 307n

roads to, from, xlv

sheriff of, 650

shoe manufacturing, 603

smallpox vaccination in, 80, 177-8, 235, 388, 454, 482

Society of Friends in, 516

State House, 405n

surveyor at, 182, 183n

Tammany Society, 516

watchmakers, 240n

wine merchants, 269

Philadelphia Bank, 71n

Philadelphia Medical Society, 428n

Philadelphia Volunteer Company, 516

"Philanthrophos" (pseudonym)

letter from, 31

sends publications, defends Christianity, 31

Philidor. See Danican, François André

Philippines, 152, 200-1

Philosophical Transactions (Royal Society of London), 265, 266n

Physical Investigations & Deductions, From Medical and Surgical Facts (William Barnwell), 432n

physics, 376

physiognotrace, xlvi, 610

Pichon, Louis André

and Gérard de Rayneval's claim, 11n

and naval prizes in U.S. ports, 12

and Saint-Domingue, 598, 599, 600n

Pickens, Andrew

appointed Indian commissioner, 319, 326, 332, 543

and Indian treaty negotiations, 93, 94n, 190-1, 545n

Pickering, Timothy

accused of misusing public funds, 646, 649-50, 654n

and Barbary affairs, 594, 596-7n

biographical sketch of, 476

and contingent expenses, 640n

defeated for seat in Congress, 120n

as Ga. claims commissioner, 201-2

and Indian affairs, 634n

and Northwest Terr., 463

and Short's salary, 163n, 456, 457n

Pickford, Mr. (Georgetown), 688

Pickman, William, 119, 120n

Pictet, Marc Auguste, 353, 354, 355n, 384

Pierce, John, 318, 323, 334

Pierce, John (paymaster general), 406

Piercy, James, 105, 106n

Pinckney, Charles

appointed minister to Spain, 310, 321, 323, 335

resigns from Congress, 262n

Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth, 476

Pinckney, Thomas, 597n

Pine, Robert Edge, 612n

Pippi de' Gianuzzi, Giulio (Giulio Romano), 637

Pitcairn, Joseph, 488

Pitt, William, 26, 27n

Pius VII, Pope, 451, 453n, 505n

Plain and Concise Projection for Clearing the Lunar Distances from the Effects of Parallax and Refraction (John Garnett), 50, 176

Plan With Proposals for Forming a Company to Work Mines in the United States (Benjamin Henfrey), 168, 169n

plaster of paris, 693

Pleasants, James, 577n

Pleiades, 580-1

plows, 282, 288

Plutarch, 152, 392n

Plymouth, England, 198n

Poems by Thomas Kennedy, l

Point Pleasant, Battle of, 520n

Poland, 99-100

Political Writings of John Dickinson, Esquire (John Dickinson), 238-9

Polk, Charles Peale

identified, 659n

letter from, 658-9

seeks appointment, charity, 658-9, 698

Polk, William (Md.), 225-6

Polkinhorn & Andrews, 688-9

Polkinhorn & Co., 691

Pollard, Robert, 371n

Pope, Alexander, 641n

Poplar Forest (TJ's estate)

overseers, 531

sale of tobacco from, 9-10

porcelain, 141

Port-au-Prince (Port Républicain), Saint-Domingue, 110, 321, 326, 332, 488

Port Royal, Va., 677

Portsmouth, England, 198n

Portsmouth, N.H.

bills of mortality for, 626

collector at, 319, 323, 334

harbor defenses at, 500n

navy storekeeper at, 211n

physicians, 626n

smallpox vaccination in, 626n

Portugal, 433, 434n, 488n

Portuguese language, 372n

postal service

distrusted, 206, 378

and Federalists, 378-9

income from, 102, 104-5

mail stages, 276

postage on newspapers, 53, 60, 378-9

postal contracts, 379, 489n, 610

postmaster general, 319, 322, 331

postmasters, 104-5, 186, 200n, 536-7, 569, 570-1n, 571, 684

printing contracts, 446

salaries and compensations, 536, 569

schedules, efficiency of, 268, 675

See also Granger, Gideon

potash, 200n

Potomac District, 318, 325, 332

Potomac River, 33-4, 89-91, 417

Potter, Henry, 318, 325, 331

Potts, John, 314

Potts, John, Jr., 90-1

Potts, Joshua, 226-7

Poulson's American Daily Advertiser (Philadelphia), 80n

Powell, Ann, 695

Powell, Cuthbert

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

Powell, James

delinquent accounts of, 570n

removal of, 311, 320, 325, 329, 330n, 334

Praga, Poland, 99

Pratt, Luther, 673-4

Preble, Henry, 327, 334, 483, 484n

Presbyterians

in Md., 26-7n

in Miss. Terr., 28-9n

in N.C., 28-9n

in Pa., 435n

in Va., 26n, 272n

presents, 202

President (U.S. frigate)

at Algiers, 667n

cutter of, capsizes, 272n

keel damaged, 562n

officers, 3n

at Toulon, 560, 562n

at Tripoli, 394n

President's House

furnishing of, 449

ice house, 687

landscaping, xlv

and Mammoth Cheese, 248

receptions, dinners at, 253, 276, 484-5n

stable and household accounts, 78n, 685-7, 688-97

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Personal Affairs

Presque Isle, Pa., 25n, 281

press, freedom of, 258-9, 474, 479n, 491n

Priam, King of Troy, 142

Price, Chandler, 372n

Priestley, Joseph, 235, 237n, 435

prisoners of war, 110, 349

prison reform, 553-4

privateers, 71n, 307n

prizes, naval, 12, 122-3, 363-4

Procaccini, Giulio Cesare, 637

Prospect Before Us (James Thomson Callender), 475

prostitution, 180n

Public Characters of 1800-1801, 476, 479n

Public Speculation Unfolded; in Sixteen Letters, Addressed to F. Childs & J. H. Lawrence, of New York: By Jonathan Dayton, of New-Jersey, 479n

Pulis, Joseph, 320, 327, 332

Putnam, Rufus, 284n, 433, 434n

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