Volume 36 Index

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Raccolta d'Opuscoli sulle Scienze e sulle Arti, 237, 238n

Rachel (Bible), 300, 303n

Radnor, Mr., 683

Ramsay, David

History of the American Revolution, 477, 547

and smallpox vaccination, 361

Ramsay, Dennis, 313, 315n

Randolph, Anne Cary (TJ's granddaughter)

education of, 656

health of, 20, 263, 531, 656

identified, 656n

letter from, 656

sends family news to TJ, 656

TJ's affection for, 346, 388, 505, 618, 663

TJ sends gifts to, 656

Randolph, Brett (1732-1759), 190n

Randolph, Cornelia Jefferson (TJ's granddaughter)

education of, 656

health of, 20, 106, 263, 531

TJ's affection for, 346, 388, 505, 618, 663

Randolph, David Meade

removal of, 318, 324, 329, 330n, 334

Randolph, Edmund

constitutionality of recess appointments, 434n

instructions to Jay, 387n

as secretary of state, 596n

and Short's salary, 160, 163n, 344n, 455-7, 609, 631, 677-8

sued by government, 343-4, 440, 455, 457n, 609

Randolph, Ellen Wayles, II (TJ's granddaughter)

education of, 656

health of, 20, 106, 263, 531

letter from, 656-7

sends family news to TJ, 656-7

TJ's affection for, 346, 388, 505, 618, 663

TJ sends gifts to, 656

Randolph, John (of Roanoke)

chairman of Ways and Means Committee, 121-2n, 270n, 363n, 440n

and Judiciary Act, 182n

receives invitation, 190

Randolph, Martha Jefferson (Patsy, Mrs. Thomas Mann Randolph, TJ's daughter)

and C. Church, 550

directs children's education, 531

health of, 531

invited to Monticello, 676

invited to Washington, xii, 676-7

J. W. Eppes writes to, 426

letter from cited, 418n, 531n, 682

letter to, 387-8

TJ's affection for, 20, 263, 346, 505, 618, 663

TJ sends family, political news to, 387-8

writes letters for her children, 656

Randolph, Mary Scott, 190n

Randolph, Thomas Jefferson (TJ's grandson)

education of, 657

health of, 20, 263, 531

identified, 657n

letter from, 657

Memoir, 657n

TJ's affection for, 346, 388, 505, 618, 663

Randolph, Thomas Mann (TJ's son-in-law)

asked to send books from Monticello, x, 20-1

cares for TJ's affairs at Monticello, Shadwell, 262, 346, 388, 530-1, 618-19

and H. B. Trist, 420n

letter from, 530-1

letters from cited, 263n, 346n, 681, 682, 683

letters to, 20-1, 262-3, 346, 505, 618-19, 663

and Ruspoli, 505, 568

TJ's affection for, 388

TJ sends political news to, 262-3, 618-19, 663

Randolph, Virginia Jefferson (TJ's granddaughter)

description of, 656

health of, 20, 263, 531

TJ's affection for, 346, 388, 505, 618, 663

Raphael, 637

Rapin, Joseph

health of, 671

and President's House accounts, 689-94

Rapine, Conrad & Co. (Washington, D.C.), 611n, 689, 692-3

Rapine, Daniel, l

Ray, James

identified, 106n

letter from, 105-6

seeks to retain D.C. lots, 105-6

Read, George, Jr., 182n

Read, James, 227n

Read, John, 433, 434n

Reale Accademia dei Georgofili (Florence), 236, 237n

Real Sociedad Bascongada de los Amigos del País, 235, 236n

Recherches historiques et médicales sur la vaccine (Henri-Marie Husson), 189

Red Jacket (Seneca Indian), 634-5n

Regulus, Marcus Atilius, 218

Reib, Nicholas

claim for back pay, 602-3, 628

identified, 603n

letter from, 602-3

letter to cited, 628n, 680

Reib, Peter, 602-3

Reich, John, 239-40, 386, 565-6

Reily, John, 311, 325

Reintzel, Daniel

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

religion

dissenters, 452

evangelicalism, 452

involvement of clergy in politics, 128, 131, 261, 263

national fasts and thanksgiving, 253-7, 358n

in New England, 253-7

separation of church and state, 253-8, 261

See also Danbury Baptist Association; Jefferson, Thomas: Religion

Reni, Guido, 637

Reply to the False Reasoning in the "Age of Reason" (Miers Fisher), 31n

Report of the Committee Appointed to Examine into the Executive Expenditures, 490-1, 492n

republicanism

declining in Europe, 449-54, 480

education the strength of, 398

Federalists and Republicans both republicans, 390-1

Federalists oppose, threaten, 165-6

prospects for, in France, 391

return of government to principles of, 23, 30, 126-7

and slavery, 584

strength of, as form of government, 252

Republicans

called anarchists, disorganizers, 118

in Conn., 108-9, 292, 673-4

in Del., 217-19

divisions among, xi, 71n, 81-2, 83-7, 228-9, 416, 476

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

expect appointments, 71-2, 85, 109n, 117, 182, 185-6, 197n

and fast and thanksgiving days, 257

former Federalists return to, 292, 470n

gain control of Congress, x-xi, xiii, 106, 225, 261-2, 309, 416-17, 504n, 505

in Georgetown, D.C., 72

immigrants support, 219n, 224n

in Ky., 622n

and the Mammoth Cheese, ix, xlix-l, 246, 248, 261-2

in Mass., ix, 116-20, 247, 261-2, 430-1n, 437n, 574-5

in Md., 225-6, 293-4, 659n

in Me., 198-200, 198n, 437n

in Miss. Terr., 227n

in N.C., 226-8

in New England, 257, 261

in New York City, 82-8, 216n, 476, 479n

in N.H., 378-9

in Northwest Terr., 458

in N.Y., xi, 81-2, 224n, 228-9, 476, 479n

in Ohio, 302n, 464n

in Pa., 485-6, 601, 610

in Philadelphia, 71n, 182

postmasters should be Republicans, 379

printers, newspapers, 27, 72, 85-6, 87-8n, 101n, 120n, 224n, 228, 229n, 246, 378, 393, 509, 659n, 673-4

as slaveholders, 583

threatened with economic reprisals by Federalists, 116, 215, 216n

urge moderation in removals, 292

in Va., 185-6, 197n, 490

in Vt., 72, 397-8, 575

in Washington, D.C., 72

revenue cutters, 292

Reynolds, Benjamin, 183n

Reynolds, James, 650

Rhode Island

Bristol collectorship, 321, 323, 332

cotton manufacturing in, 562

elections in, 84

fast and thanksgiving days in, 255n, 257

naval prizes carried to, 12

North Kingston surveyorship, 681

Pawcatuck surveyorship, 488, 681

U.S. attorney for, 318, 323, 331

U.S. district court, 86, 87n, 318, 323, 331, 430n

See also Newport, R.I.

Rhode Island, College of (Brown University), 87n

Rhodes, William, 305-7, 337

Richards, John, 688, 690, 692-3

Richardson, Jonathan

letter from, 249-51

letter to, 252

and presentation of Mammoth Cheese, 249-51

thanked by TJ, 252

Richmond, Va.

attorneys, 609

collector at, 614n

education in, 657n

insurrection plots alleged in, 413

merchants, 414n

newspapers, 86

postmaster, 104-5, 186, 536-7, 571

price of tobacco at, 9

printers, 547n

Riggin, William, 487

Riggs, George W., 123

Rittenhouse, David, 29n, 240n

roads

cost of constructing, 417

gravel, 417

maps of, xlv

methods of construction, 168, 417

through Indian territory, viii, 93, 94n, 190-2, 543, 544n

turnpike, 417

Robb, Samuel, 465, 466n

Robbins, Ephraim

on Danbury Baptist committee, 254-6, 258

letter to, 254-6, 258

Roberts, Michael, 689, 691, 693-4, 697

Roberts & Jones (Philadelphia), 693, 696

Robertson, John, 596n, 597n

Robertson, Dr. William, 475

Robertson, William (Ga.), 18

Robinson, Dr., 682

Robinson, John, 456, 457n

Robinson, Samuel (surgeon), 501

Robinson, Thomas (of Ireland and Va.), 223, 224n

Rockbridge Co., Va., 380n

Rodney, Caesar A.

advises on appointments, 219

letter from, 217-20

sends news of Del. politics, 217-20

Roederer, Pierre Louis, 187, 481n

Rogers, Richard, 87

Rogers, William (surgeon), 397, 488

Ross, David

arbitration with TJ, 9, 18-19, 70, 97, 340-1, 343, 369-70, 399, 436-7, 492-3, 503-4

Ross, James, 416

Ross, John, 169n

Rossell, William, 88n

Rouen, France, 236, 237n

Rousselet, Nicholas

letter from cited, 682

Royal Georgia Gazette (Savannah), 529n

Royal Philippine Company, 201n

Royal Society of London, 265, 266n

Rumford, Count. See Thompson, Benjamin (Count Rumford)

Rural Œconomy (Arthur Young), 458n

Rush, Benjamin

corresponds with learned societies, 237n

letter to, 177-8

and Little Turtle, 275, 522n

Six Introductory Lectures, 177

and smallpox vaccination, 80n, 177-8, 522n

students of, 244n

and TJ's health, 178

Rush, John (son of Benjamin Rush), 235n

Ruspoli, Bailli Bartolomeo, 504-5, 568

Russell, David (1758-1843), 72, 73n, 446, 447n

Russell, Jonathan, 321, 323, 332

Russia, 99-100, 451, 453-4n, 623

Rust, A., 672

Rutgers College, 618n

Rutledge, John, Jr., 273, 543-4n

Rutledge, States, 235n

rye, 503n, 689, 693

 
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