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S

saddlers, 617-18, 691

saddles, 688

St. Augustine, E. Fla., 136

St. Clair, Arthur

calls for removal of, 424-6, 458-9

charges against, 458-70

and creation of new counties, 446, 461-2, 464n, 465-7, 469n, 494-5

criticized as aristocratic, anti-republican, 298, 458, 460, 463, 466-7, 469

defeat by Indians in 1791, 283n, 425, 521n, 604n

defends conduct as governor, 460, 578-9

and Indian affairs, 518, 524

letter from, 578-9

powers granted to, by Northwest Ordinance, 493-6

and replacement of Meigs, 495, 496n

riot at lodgings of, 464n

salary, 462, 465, 467-8

St. Clair, Arthur, Jr.

appointed attorney general of Northwest Terr., 298, 302n, 460, 462, 465, 467

Saint-Domingue, W.I.

attorneys, 376, 377n

blockade of, 598, 599, 600n

commercial agents at, 110, 320-1, 326-7, 331-2

émigrés from, 376

French expeditionary force to, 207, 261-3, 297n, 584-6, 598-600

Moyse uprising, 308

Spanish interest in, 207n

U.S. trade with, 261, 263

See also Cap-Français, Saint-Domingue; Port-au-Prince (Port Républicain), Saint-Domingue

St. John's College (Annapolis), 555-6

St. Lucea. See San Luis, E. Fla.

St. Lucia, W.I., 599n

St. Marks, W. Fla., 136, 144, 147-8, 154n, 157n

Saint-Mémin, Charles Balthazar Julien Févret de, xlv-xlvi, xlviii, 610, 611n

St. Regis Indians. See Indians: Mohawks

Salamanca, Spain, 237n

Salem, Mass., 116-20

Salem Gazette, 119, 120n

salt, 169n, 242, 517, 524, 525n

saltpeter, 141, 501n

Sands, Joshua, 321, 324, 329, 335

Sands, Robert G.

letter from cited, 681

Sangamon River, 244n

Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Spain, 372n, 483

San Luis, E. Fla., 147-8, 155-6n

San Marcos, W. Fla. See St. Marks, W. Fla.

Santee Canal, 265

Saratoga, battle of, 573

Sargent, Winthrop

contingent fund payments to, 640n

Papers, 183-5

replaced as governor, 318, 325, 328, 332, 673

Savage, Edward

identified, 350n

letter from, 666

letter to, 350

TJ orders frames from, 350, 666

Savannah, Ga.

care of sick and disabled seamen in, 590

collector at, 320, 325, 334, 570n

newspapers, 529n

schoolmasters, 529n

Saxe Gotha, 240n

Sayre, Stephen

claims for compensation, 540n

letter from, 537-40

recommended by Bloomfield, 22, 23n

seeks appointment, 537-40

Schuylkill Arsenal, 43

Scioto Gazette (Chillicothe), 464n, 469

Scioto River, 112n, 115n, 301n, 302n, 458, 464n

Scot, Robert, 239

Scotland, l, 136, 272n, 383n, 472

Scott, Gustavus, 220, 224n

Scott, Joseph, 318, 324, 334

Scott, Joseph T., 650

sculpture, 19, 663

Seagrove, James, 143, 155n

Seaman, Valentine, 361

seamen

care of sick and disabled, 589-92, 631-2

Sebastiano del Piombo. See Luciani, Sebastiano (Sebastiano del Piombo)

Secundus, 6, 8-9

Sedition Act (1798)

compensation for victims of, 258-60

criticism of, 247

persecutions, prosecutions under, x, 27, 72-3, 425

Select and Fugitive Poetry (Richard Dinmore), 352n

Sellman (Sillman), John, 404, 405n

Semmes, Joseph, 123, 125n

Seneca Indians. See Indians: Senecas

servants

clothing for, 181, 690-1, 693-4

coffee for, 691

cooks, 671n

footmen, 671n

medical care for, 671

wages, 694, 696

Sevilla, Spain, 236, 237-8n

Shackleford, Tom, 106, 107n

Shadwell (TJ's estate), 11, 618, 619n

Shakespeare, William

Henry VIII, xi, 360, 361n, 641n

Sharples, Ellen, xlvii

Sharples, James, xlvii-xlviii

Shawnee Prophet. See Tenskwatawa (Shawnee Prophet)

Sheaff, Henry, 695

Sheaffe, Jacob, 596n

Sheerness, England, 198n

Sheffey, Daniel, 492n

shells, 200-1

Sherburne, John Samuel

appointed U.S. attorney, 311, 319, 323, 327n, 328, 333

name misspelled in nomination, 333, 336n, 345

Shipley, William, 238n

shipwrecks, 362

shoes

blacking, 694

brushes, 691, 698

shoemakers, 603

Sholten, Capt., 602

Short, William

business affairs, 78, 158-60, 162n, 423-4, 545, 692, 697

canal shares of, 159, 371, 504

forwards request for seeds, 423

letters from, 158-63, 423-4

powers of attorney, 455-7

salary due to, 160-1, 162-3n, 344n, 455-7, 504, 581-2, 609, 631, 677-8

seeks appointment, 161

service in Spain, 161

tenants, 159-60, 162n

Va. lands, 159-60, 162n

Siberia, 265, 266n

Sicily

consul at, 487, 533

salmas, 533

trade with U.S., 532

silk

cloth, 181, 484, 668n

cultivation, manufacture of, 217n, 484, 624, 625n, 664

stockings, 688, 692

silver

claim to produce, from tin, 476, 480n

medals, 566

as specie, 604n, 688, 690, 692

silversmiths, 123

Simmons, Mr., 346n

Simmons, William, 66n, 500n

Simms, Charles, 417n

Simms, Daniel, 235n

Simms, Jesse

letter from cited, 682

Simons, James

compensation as collector, 267-8

replacement as collector sought, 91-3, 215, 266-8

Simpson, George

letter to cited, 635n

as purchasing agent, 596n

and Seneca annuity, 635n

Simson, Robert

Elements of Euclid, 304, 305n

Sitgreaves, John, 318, 325, 331

Sitgreaves, Samuel, 202n

Six Introductory Lectures, to Courses of Lectures, upon the Institutes and Practice of Medicine (Benjamin Rush), 177

Skelton, Bathurst, 157, 677

Skipwith, Fulwar

appointed consul, 320, 326, 328, 334

as reference, 575n

slavery

abolition writings, societies, 534n, 586

compared to free labor, 249, 251

emancipation and manumission, 409-14, 576, 577n, 582-6, 620-2, 657n

impact on poor whites, 583-4

and republicanism, 584

in W. Indies, 582-3

slaves

clothing for, 690

as cooks, 671n

death of, 106, 421, 422n

education of, 409-14

Gabriel's insurrection, 577n

gardeners, 107n

hiring of, 21, 339, 346n, 417, 422n, 531

in Indiana Terr., 285n

Indians as, 155-6n

ongoing threat of insurrection by, 21, 413, 576, 577n

payments to, 107n

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

runaways, 21

and smallpox vaccination, 361n, 671

theft of, 137

See also blacks

slave trade, 562, 583

Slaymaker, Amos, 610-11

Slocum, John, 488

smallpox

growing popularity of vaccination, 80, 189, 235, 359-61, 370, 387-8, 482, 563-4, 626n

methods of vaccination, 177-8, 370, 454, 482

opposition to vaccination, 360, 454

preparation and transportation of vaccine matter, 80, 189, 203-4

publications on, 80, 203, 341, 436, 454-5, 563-4

TJ's vaccination experiments, 177-8, 203-4, 360, 388, 454-5, 482

vaccination of Indians, ix, 279, 515, 519, 522n

vaccination of slaves, 671

Smith, Mr. (stage driver), 691

Smith, Alexander

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

Smith, Christopher

identified, 21n

letter from, 21

letter to, 339

letter to cited, 21n

TJ hires slaves from, 21, 338-9

Smith, George, 596n, 597n

Smith, Isaac, 320, 324, 334

Smith, Israel, 72, 73n

Smith, Israel (N.Y.), 81-2

Smith, Jeremiah, 311, 319, 323, 327n

Smith, John (N.Y.), 82

Smith, John (Pa.), 317, 324, 334, 644

Smith, John A. (surgeon's mate), 397, 488

Smith, Jonathan, 126n

Smith, Larkin, 186n, 492n

Smith, Melancton, 82n

Smith, Robert

advises on annual message to Congress, 65-6n

applications to, for appointments, 652

appointed secretary of the navy, 310, 319, 322, 331

attends cabinet meetings, 394

compiles estimate of navy salaries and compensations, 211n

death of son, 3n

forwards commissions, warrants, 380, 397, 501, 546-7, 604, 606n, 615, 668n

letters from, 234-5, 380, 397, 501, 546-7, 604, 615, 668

letters from cited, 606n, 668n, 680

and Marine barracks, 668

orders, instructions to officers, 234-5, 605

and passage for Yznardi, 382, 383, 512-13

as reference, 419, 431

return to Washington delayed, 3, 122

and roll of government officers, 232n

and supply contracts, 215

Smith, Samuel (Md.)

acting secretary of the navy, 56, 193n, 294, 296

advises on appointments, 609n

and appointment of printer, 122n

as committee member, 193n, 279, 442n

letter to, 269

resolution to remove discriminating duties, 56

TJ orders, receives wine from, 269, 381, 382, 383n, 696

TJ recommends Glendy to, 25

waits on president, 51n, 52

and Yznardi, 4, 5

Smith, Samuel Harrison

payments to, 689, 692

and printing of TJ's annual message to Congress, vii, 53-6, 67-8

receives printing contracts, 120-1, 195n

See also National Intelligencer (Washington)

Smith, Samuel Stanhope, 29n

Smith, William Loughton, 65n, 212n

smuggling, 136, 243

Smyrna, 162, 163n

Snowden, Jonathan, 682

Società Italiana delle Scienze (Verona), 236, 238n

Società Patriotica (Milan), 236, 237n

Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce (London), 236, 238n

Socrates, 128, 131

Solano, Manuel, 147-8, 156n

Soulés, François

congratulates TJ, sends observations on French affairs, 112-14

Histoire, 113n

identified, 113-14n

letter from, 112-14

South America, 576, 577n, 609n, 664

South Carolina

census, 73, 74n

circuit court cases in, 639

commissioners of Direct Tax, 625-6

elections in, 84-5, 87n

fossils found in, 265, 266n

Indian affairs in, 155-6n, 529n

legislature, 529n

marshal for, 73, 74n

Rocky Mount armory, 125, 499

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

See also Charleston, S.C.

southern states

attitudes towards labor in, 584

demand few removals, 133

militia in, 563

religion in, 257

Southwest Point, Tenn., 42, 47n, 566-7

Southwick, Solomon, 87-8n

Spain

cedes Louisiana to France, 206

consul general in U.S., 235, 236n, 399

and Creek Indians, 135-7, 143-9, 153, 155-6n

displays the megatherium, 548-9n

and Fla., 135-6, 148-9, 207

learned societies, 235-8

and Saint-Domingue, 207n

secretary of U.S. legation to, 321, 323, 332

Spanish traders in America, 243

trade with U.S., 502

universities, 237n

U.S. ministers to, 321, 323, 329, 335

yellow fever in, 238n, 482-4

See also Cadiz, Spain

Spalding, Lyman

History of the Introduction and Use of Scutellaria Lateriflora, 626n

identified, 626n

letter from, 626

sends annual bill of mortality, 626

Spanish Jack, 150

Spanish language, 372n

Sparks, Jared, xlix

spelter, 695

spice trade, 665

Sprigg, Richard, Jr., 32-3, 352

springs, 20n

Stacey, George, 311, 327, 334

stagecoaches, 276, 691

Stamp Act (1797), 60, 103, 247, 290, 378, 554

Stanislas II Augustus, King of Poland, 100n

Stanly, John, 543-4n

Stanton, Joseph, Jr.

as committee member, 193n

letter from cited, 682

Starke, Mr. (Norfolk), 682

State, U.S. Department of

appropriations for, 49n

arrangement of, 213, 214n, 570

clerks, 115n, 183, 232n, 594, 598n

compiles list of interim appointments, 310-12, 317-22

consular appointments, 133-4, 162, 163n, 175n, 265n, 320-1, 326-9, 332-4, 371-2, 400, 470-1, 487-8, 533, 557, 559-62, 608-9

reduction of diplomatic establishment, 60

repository of state papers, 477

salaries and compensations, 232n, 433, 434n

secretaries of legation, 321, 332

Short's account with, 160-1, 162-3n

uses ciphers, 207-8

See also Madison, James; Wagner, Jacob

states' rights, 17, 377

stationery. See paper

steamboats, 359n

Steele, John (comptroller of Treasury)

advises on appointments, 231

candidate for U.S. Senate, 227, 228n

and E. Randolph's case, 343-4

and Forster's accounts, 429n

and James Hall, 28

and S. R. Gerry's accounts, 196n

Steele, John (Va.), 389, 556, 640n

Steiner, Jacob, Jr., 617

Stelle, Pontius D., 83

Stephens, Isaac

letter from cited, 684

Stephens, William, 319, 325, 331

Sterett, Andrew

correspondence with Dale, 193n

defeats Tripolitan corsair, 3, 12, 59

identified, 3n

letter from, 12

letter to, 3

returns to Mediterranean, 557

Sterne, Laurence

Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, 27n

Stevens, Ebenezer, 214n, 573, 574n

Stevens, Edward, 320, 326, 331

Stevenson, Frances Littlepage, 194n

Stevenson, James, 194

Stewart, Mary, 695

Stewart, William (blacksmith)

delivers bar iron, 51

erratic behavior of, 10

letter from cited, 263n, 681

letter to cited, 263n, 682

oversees Monticello nailery, 262

payments to, 695

Stewart, William (Philadelphia), 163n

Stillman, George, 488, 681

Stockton, John, 219, 220n

Stockton, Lucius Horatio, 318, 324

Stockton & Craigh, 220n

Stoddert, Benjamin

and Friend's Orebank purchase, 90-1

instructions to American warships, 122n

nominated justice of the peace, 314, 316, 317n, 318, 326, 335, 336n, 531-2, 546n

resigns as secretary of the navy, 319, 322, 331

Stoddert, Fort, 489n

Stone, David

advises on appointments, 226-8, 231, 435

identified, 227n

letters from, 226-8, 435

Story, Isaac

letter from, 357-9

letter to, 30

"Metempsychosis doctrine," 30

seeks appointment, 357-9

straw, 689, 693

Strickland, William, 275

Stroke at the Branch. Containing Remarks on Times and Things (John Leland), 390, 392n

Stuart, Gilbert

portrait of Little Turtle, xlviii

Stuart (Stewart), James, 690

Stuart (Stewart), John, 549n

sugar

purchased by TJ, 691, 694-8

refineries, 106n

and slave labor, 583

trade in, 502, 562, 664-5

suicide, 20, 21n

sulfur, 169n, 501n

Sullivan, James

candidate for governor, 117, 120n

introduces son to TJ, 359

letter from, 359

Sullivan, John Langdon, 359

Summers, Simon, 314

Sumter, Thomas, Jr.

appointed secretary of legation, 321, 323, 332

as reference, 575n

writes in cipher, 207n

Sumter, Thomas, Sr., 261, 262n, 650

Sun (Pittsfield, Mass.), 246

Sun of Liberty (Danbury, Conn.), 507, 509-10, 512n

Süverman, John Christoph, 671, 694

Suvorov, Alexander, 99

Swan, Caleb, 155n

Swan, Thomas, 325, 333

Swartwout, John

appointed marshal, 87n, 318, 323, 335

and Burr, 84-5

family of, 82n

Swartwout, Mary Smith, 82n

Sweden, 667n

Swift, Jonathan, 202

Swift, Jonathan (Va.), 315n

Switzerland, 374, 375, 376n, 472, 478n

Sydenham, Thomas, 242n

Symmes, John Cleves

calls for St. Clair's removal, 424-6

letter from, 424-6

and Miami Purchase, 104n, 301-2n, 311, 325

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