Volume 23 Index

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J

Jackson, Francis

British embassy secretary in Madrid, 229

Jacobins

call for arming of people, 108

in Marseilles, 251

increasing power of in France, 338

and war with Austria, 440

Jacobs, Israel

and legislative references to executive departments, 247

Jamaica, W.I.

treaty with Maroons, 179

Jameson (Jamieson), David

and payment of Galvan, 189

James river

ice in, 121

Jamieson, J.

John Page's debt to, 36

Jane, Miss

interest in gardening, 429

Jarvis, Leonard

and capture of San Antonio, 272n, 510

Jarvis & Russell

and capture of San Antonio, 510

Jaucourt, Comte de

debts, 117

Jaudenes, José de

letters to, 66-7, 76, 191, 191-2, 334-5, 523

letters from, 67-8, 78-80, 232-3

and negotiations between U.S. and Spain, 66-8, 76, 78-80, 191

conversations with TJ, 66-8, 76, 78-9

and Pollock's claim for compensation, 162, 191-2, 232-3

letter from quoted, 191n

and Short's journey to Spain, 334-5

letters from cited, 335n, 523n

and machinations of Bowles, 523

Jay, John

clerk for, 291

and boundary with Spain, 299

negotiations with Spain, 314-15n

and Panic of 1792, 320n

Ceracchi's bust of, 325

campaign for governor of N.Y., 452, 546

and enforcement of peace treaty, 578, 606n

circular letter on peace treaty cited, 604n

Jefferson, Martha (Patty) Wayles Skelton (Mrs. Thomas Jefferson)

death of, 185

Jefferson, Mary (Maria, Polly, daughter of TJ)

letter to, 614

correspondence with sister, 8, 126, 326, 435, 487

with TJ in Philadelphia, 29

correspondence with Mrs. Eppes, 32, 355

letter to cited, 52

correspondence of, 95, 103

health, 103, 116, 253, 326, 355, 384, 467

education, 127, 493

character, 159

books for, 193

visits TJ, 384

writing habits, 384

and Pine portrait of Madison, 614

Jefferson, Peter

estate of, 239, 255-6

Jefferson, Thomas

Agriculture

and peach trees, 7-8

wheat crop damaged by weevil, 294

rate of tobacco production, 347

and olive culture in S.C., 495, 513, 519

Architecture

comments on Federal District, 236

on Roman building methods, 237

Art

purchases Pine portrait of Madison, 614

Business and Financial Affairs

sale of tobacco, 3, 32, 53, 98, 116, 125, 245, 275,

287, 333, 344, 399, 411, 457-8, 467, 483, 498-9, 513,

521, 543, 545, 546, 613, 614-15

sells slaves, 3, 32, 33, 53, 116, 253, 255-6, 287, 408, 411, 423-4

Wayles estate debt, 3, 31, 33, 253, 255-6, 290-1, 408,

411, 423-4, 482-3, 486, 545

account with James Brown, 8, 118

account with Ferdinand Grand, 28

account with Van Staphorst & Hubbard, 28, 87-8, 103,

517-18

account with Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard, 28,

87-8, 103, 136-7, 517-18

and Mazzei's finances, 29, 534

account with John Banister, Sr., 32

account with John Wayles Eppes, 32n

account with Walker & Co., 32n

endorses note for John Page, 36, 38-9, 282, 499

account with Warder & Co., 84

accounts as minister to France audited, 103, 128-40

payment of debts, 103

sale of wheat, 103, 116

account with Donald & Burton, 118

account with James Lackington, 118n

and Madison's finances, 125

account with Grand & Co., 128-37

account with John Banister, Jr., 253, 254-5

sale of Cumberland lands, 253

debt to Henderson, McCaul & Co., 255-6

seeks to employ indentured servants, 321

and Short's public securities, 433

debt of son-in-law to, 481-2

debt to William Austin, 513

endorses note for Edmund Randolph, 614

Economic Theories

on bounties for manufactures, 172-3, 187

on agriculture, 249, 617

on trade with Great Britain, 270

on paper money, 319

on public debt, 408, 536-7

on Panic of 1792, 426

on public credit, 617

on manufactures in U.S., 618

Educational Theories

on legal studies, 274

Library

orders books from Lackington, 8, 118

Minister to France

and installment payments of debt to British, 575, 608n

Opinions

on agriculture, 27

on commerce, 27

on speculation, 27, 126, 287, 319, 387, 426, 459, 537

on newspapers, 97, 436

on corruption, 262, 287

on study of law, 274

on Panic of 1792, 287, 387

on suitability of Va. for slaves, 289

on mourning, 295

on riparian rights, 301-8

on slave management, 436

on imprisonment for debt, 575

on public credit, 617

Personal Affairs

purchases horse, 8n, 33

unused to writing French, 30

education of John Wayles Eppes, 31

education of Bennet Taylor, 40

and assistant for Needler Robinson, 42, 268, 271, 288-9

delights in family, 44

assists Paradise family, 93-5

seeks servants, 102, 112, 125, 245, 275, 471, 472-3

health, 103

and clearing of Rivanna river, 124

wine for, 146

death of wife, 185

and Lormerie's land claim, 230-1

aversion to criticism, 425-6

plans to visit Monticello, 466, 493

Political Theories

on presidential authority over diplomatic appointments, 18-19

on Senate powers, 19n

on unicameralism, 23n, 24n

on democracy, 24n

on nation as source of authority, 100-1

on constitutional interpretation, 172-3, 186

on right to alienate U.S. territory, 181, 307-8

on corrupting influence of Department of Treasury, 184-7

on corruption of government, 186

on treaty-making power, 257

on authority to conduct foreign affairs, 261

on Congress and Parliament, 262

on representation, 287

on American Revolution, 296-7

on right of conquest, 297

on riparian rights, 301-8

on differences between law in free and despotic

countries, 360

on corruption of Congress, 537

on corruption of people, 537

on monarchism in U.S., 537

on sectionalism in U.S., 538-9

on wartime right of nation to confiscate property, 554

on superiority of treaties over state laws, 579

Portraits

Ceracchi's bust of, 230n

Religion

alleged atheism, 23n, 24n

need for reform of, 329

Scientific Interests

and Wistar's bone display, 324

and Churchman's magnetic experiments, 363-4, 370

and patent reform, 363

investigates Hessian fly, 430-3

examines hare, 524

and cure for rabies, 620

and curative powers of persimmon tree, 621

Secretary of State

and Federal District, xxxv, 28, 41, 45, 47, 50, 77, 96,

109, 111, 119-20, 141, 143-4, 150-8, 160, 163-4, 177,

194, 195, 224-5, 236-7, 239, 244, 252, 283-4, 320-1,

322-4, 346, 356, 368, 379, 385-6, 336, 437-8, 491

and commercial relations with Great Britain, 5-6, 258,

270, 619n

and commercial treaty with France, 5-6, 24-5, 26,

159-60, 248, 258, 467-9

plans to retire, 8, 44, 84, 184-7, 318, 326, 425-6,

459, 539-40

and appointment of ministers to Europe, 11-15, 16,

18-24, 37, 49, 83, 87

criticism of, 19n, 23-4n, 344-5

and infractions of peace treaty, 21, 97, 223, 259,

352-3, 389-90, 496-7, 514-16, 518-19, 527-31, 549,

551-613

and relations with Great Britain, 21-2, 234-5, 539-40, 544

interest in Brazil, 21

negotiations with Hammond, 21-2, 49, 212-13n, 342-3, 344-5

relations with Beckwith, 21-2

and commercial treaty with Great Britain, 24-5

and establishment of National Gazette, 24n

and relations with Indians, 24n, 239-42, 346, 523

and U.S. Mint, 26, 367

and appointment of consul at Copenhagen, 34-5

and registration of U.S. ships, 40-1, 44

and case of Charles Russell, 53-4

and relations with France, 55-7, 248

instructions for G. Morris, 55-7

and relations with Netherlands, 58

instructions for Short, 58-60

and relations with Spain, 59-60, 66-8, 76, 78-80,

160-1, 162-3n, 179-83, 191, 234, 259, 292-3, 296-317,

317-18, 320, 334-5, 385, 470, 523, 539-40

and diplomatic expenses, 62-3, 75

and Knox's report on Indian war, 74

and Pagan v. Hooper, 81, 82, 89, 122-4, 142, 148-9

and need for discretion from G. Morris, 85-6

and conflict with Indians in Northwest Territory, 93, 96, 97

and continued employment of Dumas, 100-1

and compensation for John B. Cutting, 104-6

and impressment of U.S. seamen, 104-6

and Morel's memoir on Indians, 114

and Northwest Territory, 143, 167, 193, 349-50, 369

and relations with Creeks, 147

and relations with Iroquois, 147

and post office, 184, 187n

conversations with Washington, 184-7

criticizes influence of Department of Treasury, 184-7

plan for postal service, 184, 192, 284, 287, 347-8

appointment, 185-6

and St. Clair's resignation as U.S. Army commander, 189-90, 242

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 191, 232, 249, 433-4, 467

and Louis XVI's acceptance of the French constitution, 221-2n, 248, 261, 269, 271, 277-8, 281-2

and Ceracchi's proposed monument, 229, 252, 337, 385-6

and accounts of Department of State, 233-4

and case of William Green, 235

and consular bill, 235

and British mediation of Indian war, 239-42

and British mediation of Indian war, 239-42

and British aid to Indians, 241, 249

and proposed capture of Presque Isle, 241

and appointment of U.S. Army commander, 242, 400

and use of Indians as U.S. military allies, 242

and legislative references to executive departments, 246-8

and relations with Algiers, 250, 256-8, 263, 361-2, 615

and redemption of captives in Algiers, 256-8, 263, 361-2

and Hamilton's relations with Hammond, 258-60

conflict with Hamilton, 258, 535-40

defers submission of report on commerce, 259, 332

and French Revolution, 260

and House of Representatives' investigation of St. Clair, 261-2

and right of Congress to investigate executive, 261-2

and apportionment bill, 264, 265n, 370-7, 387, 388

and Hamilton's report on manufactures, 270

and transfer of Va. marine hospital to U.S., 281, 335

and convention with Spain on fugitives, 286-7, 327-31,

341-2, 360, 453-4, 469-70

and appointment of clerk, 291-2, 358, 359, 364, 365,

369-70, 378

and French mediation with Spain, 312

and proposed guarantee of Spanish territory, 315n

and Panic of 1792, 320

and legal conflict between N.C. and Southwest Territory, 346

and Armstrong-Symmes conflict, 349

and judicial leave, 349

and British disavowal of Bowles, 357

and Southwest Territory, 369

and appointment of military officers, 378

and Barclay's mission to Morocco, 387, 535

and slave revolt in Saint-Domingue, 387

and assassination of Gustavus III, 393n

and enforcement of Navigation Act, 397-9, 406, 417,

421-2, 453, 619n

attacked by "Massachusettensis", 401-2, 425-6

and relations with Morocco, 404

and West Fla. land claim, 439-40, 454

and Beveridge's claim, 454, 461

and case of Dover cutter, 454

and case of John Church, 455

and Spanish currency, 460

and William Smith's proposed history of the American

Revolution, 487

and accession of Francis II, 524-5

urges Washington to serve second term, 535-6, 539-40

and Republicans, 537-9

and restitution of Loyalist property, 554-68

and retention of western posts by British, 568-71, 596

and slaves not returned by British, 568-9, 571-2, 596, 608n

and payment of debts to British, 571-89, 596-8

and interest on wartime debts, 589-95, 598-600

and Loyalist property, 595

Virginia Estate

seeks to hire overseer, 418

Writings

Letter to Hammond on Peace Treaty, xxxv, 346 (illus.), 551-602

Report on Negotiations with Spain, xxxv, 296-312, 346 (illus.)

"Anas", 19-22, 184-7, 239-43, 246-7, 256-7, 258-64

unused to writing in French, 30

Report on Appointment of Consul at Copenhagen, 34-5

Report on Case of Charles Russell, 53-4

Plan for Expediting Postal Service, 192

Report on Proposed Convention with Spain Concerning Fugitives, 327-30

Opinion on Apportionment Bill, 370-6

Jemesse Company

salary offer to Ellicott, 279

Jenkinson, Robert Banks

supports Pitt in Parliament, 466

jenny

purchased for TJ, 32n

Jersey, Channel Island

export of tobacco to forbidden, 398n, 417, 422, 619n

Jeune Eole, Le (ship)

mentioned, 26

Jews

plundered in Morocco, 535

John Maria Joseph Louis, Prince of Brazil

as Portuguese regent, 110, 229

frees Inquisition prisoners, 355

Johnson, Joshua

letters to, 87, 617-18, 619n

letters from, 381-2, 419, 525

accounts, 87, 381, 619n

sends public papers to Auldjo, 92

sent papers for G. Morris, 248

aids U.S. seamen, 381

and consular service, 381

and Hawkesbury's report, 381

and impressment of Hugh Purdie, 381

and letter for Short, 382

and admission of U.S. ships to British ports, 419

letter from cited, 419

letter from Commissioners of the Customs quoted, 420n

letter from James Hume quoted, 420n

threatens to resign consular office, 472

correspondence with TJ, 525

letter to James Maury quoted, 545

Johnson, Thomas

letters to, 224-5, 236-7, 252, 320-1, 379, 385-6, 437-8, 491

letters from, 164-7, 396-7, 400, 422-3

letter from Washington, 50-1

conflict with L'Enfant, 77

to confer with TJ, 98

and Federal District, 104, 164-7, 223, 236-7, 239, 352, 400

and Jones v. Walker, 119n

letter to Washington cited, 164

agenda for, 194-5

and advertisement for Capitol, 224

health, 284

and Potomac Company, 429n

See also Federal District Commissioners

Johnston, Samuel

letter from, 420-1

and Bayard v. Singleton, 420-1

and payment of debts to British in N.C., 420

letter on peace treaty cited, 585, 605n

Joly, M.

Serious Enquiries into the Motives of Our Present Armament against Russia, 393n

Jones, John Paul

payment by, 132, 133

mission to Algiers, 616n

Jones, William (London)

and Wayles estate debt, 3

Jones v. Walker

Donald's comments on, 118

Hammond's comments on, 208, 210

substance of, 213n

Hylton's comments on, 333

delay in, 476, 543-4, 583

Jordan, Col.

and sale of Rose's lands, 500-1

Jordan, Francis

and subscription for clearing of Rivanna river, 124

Joseph

TJ seeks to employ as servant, 102, 112, 125, 245, 275

Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor

and right to navigate Scheldt, 314n

judges

and leave of absence, 349

escorts for, 349

jury, trial by

criticized by William L. Smith, 257

justice, fugitives from

proposed convention with Spain on, 286-7, 327-31, 341-2,

360, 453-4, 469-70

Ga.'s need for protection against, 526

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