Volume 23 Index

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Saabye, Hans Rodolph

letter to, 617-18

letter from, 493-4

appointed consul at Copenhagen, 34-5, 493-4

letter to Washington quoted, 35n

letter to cited, 494n

Sackville, George Germain, Viscount

and Loyalist property, 558

Safi, Morocco

port opened, 519

St. Clair, Arthur

defeated by Indians, xxxiii, 26, 98, 109n, 212n, 240, 387, 618

resigns as U.S. Army commander, 189-90, 384-5, 387

investigated by House of Representatives, 190n, 264-5n

Morgan unwilling to serve under, 378

and supplies for Indian expedition, 449

Saint-Domingue, W.I.

trade with U.S., 5-6, 24, 25n

slave revolt in, 26, 51-2, 61-2, 127-8, 177-9, 336, 387, 413-17

Polly detained in, 44

delay in assistance from France, 51, 62

political divisions in, 52, 178, 414-16

U.S. aid to, 72, 73, 109n, 170, 191, 231-2, 249, 433-4, 467, 542

abolition of droit d'aubaine unknown in, 108

arrival of reinforcements from France, 127-8, 177-9, 336, 414

proposed as free port, 310

conflict between assembly and governor, 414-16

assembly sends commissioners to France, 416

conflict between assembly and commissaries, 416

St. Jean Rabat, Saint-Domingue

and slave revolt, 414

St. John's river

and Ga. boundary, 298

St. Juan, Puerto Rico

proposed as free port, 310

St. Leger, M.

commissary in Saint-Domingue, 416

St. Marc, Saint-Domingue

political divisions in, 416

St. Mary's river

as Ga. boundary, 298, 314n

St. Michel, Saint-Domingue

and slave revolt, 61-2

St. Vallery, France

U.S. agent in, 146

Salé, Morocco

in civil war, 357

Salkeld, William

Reports of Cases, 590

Sally (ship)

mentioned, 114

salt

price, 592

San Antonio (ship)

capture of, 272-3n, 510-13, 520

Sands, Comfort. See Neale's Executors v. Sands

Santa Cruz

trade with Morocco forbidden, 519

Savage, Edward

portrait of Wayne, xxxiii, 346 (illus.)

Scheldt river

right to navigate, 301, 314n

Schuyler, Philip

tenant of, 257n

Schweighauser & Dobrée

payment to, 129

Scotland

as source of labor for Federal District, 195, 225, 280, 396, 438

Sinclair's statistical survey of, 524

Scott, Charles

rumored Indian expedition, 126

Seagrove, James

and activities of Bowles, 147n, 523

letters extracted by TJ, 367

and rendition of fugitive slaves, 470

seamen

consular assistance to, 526

seamen, impressment of

in England, 13, 104-6

certificate of citizenship as safeguard against, 48, 474, 525

Sears & Smith

and capture of San Antonio, 510

sectionalism

TJ's views on, 538-9

securities, public

appreciation, 9, 118

depreciation, 319, 321

fluctuations in, 617

Sedgwick, Theodore

and investigation of St. Clair's defeat, 262

seeds

for Mde d'Enville, 64, 112-13

Ségur, Louis Philippe, Comte de

rejected by Pius VI, 70

mission to Berlin, 73n, 107

attempted suicide, 107

Seneca Indians

as peace emissaries to Western Indians, 243n

Seney, Joshua

letter from, 444-6

Sequeville, M. de

and end of Short's French mission, 503

Serious Enquiries into the Motives of Our Present Armament

against Russia (M. Joly)

sent to TJ, 393n

servants

sought by TJ, 102, 112, 125, 245, 275, 321, 471, 472-3

Shackleford, Thomas (TJ's slave)

and sale of TJ's tobacco, 411

Shadwell (Jefferson estate)

grain crop, 418

wheat crop, 418

Shackleford, Thomas (TJ's slave)

gardening duties, 384

Shelburne, William Petty, Earl of

and Loyalist property, 557-8

Sheppard, John

and Hessian fly, 433n

Sheredine, Upton

letter from, 444-6

Sherman, Roger

debates appointment of ministers to Europe, 13

shipbuilding

in U.S., 99

ships

registration of U.S., 40-1

Short, Peyton

letter from brother cited, 66

Short, William

letters to, 16, 26-7, 30, 58-60, 83-4, 292-3, 317-18,

318-19, 453-4, 458-60, 460

letters from, 64-6, 68-73, 106-9, 167-9, 170-1, 265-7,

337-41, 440-3, 477-9, 503-5, 505-9, 522-3

commissioner to Spain, xxxv, 59-60, 61, 67, 83, 101, 259,

292-3, 296-312, 313n, 317-18, 320, 334-5, 385, 387,

461, 470, 504, 505

negotiates Dutch loan, 9, 84n, 170

appointed minister to Netherlands, 10-11n, 16, 22-3n, 35,

49, 55, 57, 58, 83, 87, 101, 250, 276, 443n, 461, 503, 505-6

and case of l'Indien, 26

fails to receive public papers, 26

public accounts, 26, 64, 84, 509

and Derieux's legacy, 27, 30, 118

and TJ's accounts, 28, 84, 87-8, 103

cipher for, 58

instructions from TJ, 58-60, 259, 292-3, 296-312, 317-18

account with Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard, 59, 61, 616

expenses of, 62-3

criticizes G. Morris, 65-6, 167-9, 508

library, 65

letter to brother cited, 66

on French foreign relations, 68-73, 107, 170

on French Revolution, 68-73, 107-8, 170, 266-7, 508

and treaty of commerce with France, 72

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 72-3, 170

irregular correspondence with TJ, 72

and relations with Spain, 81n

proposed appointment as minister to Spain, 83, 317

commission for, 87, 313n, 317-18, 320

letter from Remsen cited, 106, 109n

on European diplomacy, 107, 339

and diplomatic medals, 108

and droit d'aubaine, 108

health, 108, 440, 477

failure to obtain ministry to France regretted, 113

payment to, 129, 130, 135, 138, 139

and treaty of amity and commerce with Prussia, 135

and military medals, 136

and wine for TJ, 146

letters from cited, 146

relations with Walter Boyd, 176

sends U.S. laws to Cathalan, 250

on ministerial changes in Spain, 265-7, 339

on ministerial changes in France, 266-7, 337-8, 339-40, 443

forwards TJ's letters, 274

papers for, 288, 320

dispatches for, 295

ordered to leave Netherlands, 317-18

business affairs, 319, 433, 459

and proposed convention with Spain on fugitives, 327-31, 453-4

letter from Carmichael, 339 (cited), 341n (quoted)

on French trade restrictions, 339

pamphlet on tobacco, 340

and relations with Algiers, 362

packet for, 381, 456

letter to cited, 382

and trade with France, 441-2, 504-5

on Austro-French war, 441, 477-9, 504

letter to Hamilton cited, 443n

and TJ's wine, 456, 459

correspondence with TJ, 458-60

and Spanish currency, 460

praise of, 491-2

conduct approved by Washington, 503

journey to The Hague, 504

proposed journey to The Hague, 522

relations with Mazzei, 533

shrubs

for Monticello, 355, 429

Shubrick & Co.

suit for debt in S.C., 489

Sigueiredo, Manuel de

statement sent to TJ, 110n

Simcoe, John Graves

and British mediation of Indian war, 240, 243n, 259

Simpson, James

relations with Barclay, 89

Sinclair, Sir John

letter from, 524

Prospectus d'un ouvrage inutilé, 524

Specimen of the Statistical Account of Scotland, 524

Singleton, Mr. See Bayard v. Singleton

Sinking Fund, Commissioners of

and Panic of 1792, 320

mentioned, 186

Six Nations. See Iroquois Indians

Six Percent Company

and Panic of 1792, 402, 447-51

Skipwith, Fulwar

letters to, 159-60, 617-18, 619n

letter from, 348-9

accompanies Joseph to U.S., 102

seeks consular appointment, 159-60

letter from quoted, 160n

not recognized as consul in Martinique, 348-9

slaves

sale of TJ's, 3, 32, 33, 53, 116, 253, 255-6, 287, 408, 411, 423-4

not returned by British, 11, 21, 223, 333, 568-9, 571-2,

596, 605n, 607-8n

revolt in Saint-Domingue, 26, 51-2, 61-2, 127-8, 177-9, 336,

387, 413-17

clothing for TJ's, 103

importation into Va. forbidden, 117

trial for freedom in Va., 117

purchased by Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., 126

treaty between Maroons and government of Jamaica, 179

suitability of Va. for, 289

and rendition of fugitives, 331n, 470

marriage of TJ's, 345

management of, 347, 436

punishment of unneeded, 347

compensation for those taken by British, 568, 572

importation into S.C. prohibited, 572

slave trade

abolition of considered by Parliament, 388, 464

Sligo, Ireland

trade with U.S., 48

Smith, Daniel

clerical expenses, 369n

Smith, Samuel

letter to, 453

letter from, 428

and enforcement of Navigation Act, 428, 453

Smith, William

letter from Washington, 487

proposed history of American Revolution, 487

Smith, William Loughton

and trial by jury, 257

Smith, William Stephens

returns to U.S., 465

Society for Promoting Useful Manufactures

and Panic of 1792, 452n

Society for the Improvement of Naval Architecture

considers letters by TJ, 99

Society of the Friends of the People

foundation, 464

Society of United Irishmen

and parliamentary reform, 549

Socrates

simile concerning, 44

South Carolina

and case of l'Indien, 39n

legislation on Loyalists, 215, 216, 561

and debts to British, 218, 403n, 489, 572-3, 576, 585

favors further assumption of state debts, 247

and apportionment bill, 370-3

letter to Senators and Representatives of, 403n

and rendition of fugitive slaves, 470

adopts Constitution, 489

paper money, 489

caper plants for, 495, 513, 519

olive culture in, 495, 498, 513, 519

prohibits importation of slaves, 572

invaded by British, 574

compliance with peace treaty, 579, 605n

South Carolina, governor. See Pinckney, Charles

South Carolina (ship). See Indien, l'

South Sea Bubble

TJ's comments on, 425-6, 459

Southwest Territory

postal service, 7, 346

legal conflict with N.C., 148, 346

clerical expenses in, 369

N.C. land warrants in, 443

Spain

U.S. minister to appointed, 20

and navigation of Mississippi, 21, 59-60, 66-8, 81n, 160-1,

180, 229, 293, 299-308

relations with U.S., 26, 59-60, 66-8, 76, 78-80, 83, 160-1,

179-83, 191, 259, 292-3, 296-317, 318, 334-5, 339

relations with Morocco, 46, 47n, 104, 144, 145, 174, 285-6,

357, 391

relations with France, 72, 290, 339, 464, 472, 473, 488,

518, 532

relations with Great Britain, 72, 313n

trade with U.S., 78-9

exchange rate, 114

and boundary dispute with U.S., 160-1, 293, 296-9, 307,

313n, 314n

proposed treaty of commerce with, 160-1, 182, 183n, 234,

293, 308-11, 316n, 332

ministerial changes in, 228-9, 265-7, 290, 339, 341n, 470, 488

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

360, 453-4, 469-70

acquires Fla., 296, 301

acquires Minorca, 296

role in American Revolution, 296

acquires La., 300

cedes Fla. to Great Britain, 300

riparian rights in Portugal, 302

and proposed concert of powers against Barbary States, 309-10

relations with Algiers, 310

proposed U.S. guarantee of trans-Mississippi territory, 315n

coinage, 460

currency, 460

and G. Morris' mission to London, 465

peace treaty with Great Britain, 553, 568

Specimen of the Statistical Account of Scotland (John Sinclair)

sent to TJ, 524

speculation

TJ's views on, 27, 126, 319, 387, 426, 459, 537

Spink, N.

banished from R.I., 217, 353, 565

Stadtholder. See William V, Prince of Orange

Stanislas II Augustus, King of Poland

and Russian invasion, 533, 534

grants leave of absence to Mazzei, 533

Starke, Bolling

electoral practices, 9

States General, Netherlands

and Short's letter of credence, 58

Staunton, Va.

postal service, 7, 52-3, 115-16

staves

price, 252

Steedman (Stedman), William

report on British Indian policy, 239-40, 259

peace mission to Western Indians, 240, 243n

Steele, John

letter from, 411-12

and investigation of St. Clair's defeat, 262

and payment of debts to British in N.C., 411-12

Stephens, Isaac

and ransom of American captives in Algiers, 369

Sterett, Samuel

letter to, 495

letters from, 444-6, 498

anecdote about William L. Smith, 257

and olive culture in S.C., 498

Steuben, Friedrich Wilhelm, Baron von

granted Loyalist estate, 564

and retention of western posts by British, 570

letter to Haldimand on western posts cited, 604n

letter to Washington on western posts cited, 604n

Stevens, Charles. See Stevenson, Charles

Stevens, Isaac. See Stephens, Isaac

Stevenson, Charles

and British mediation of Indian war, 240, 243n, 259

Steward, Mr.

and Va. district courts, 548

Stewardson, Mr. See Mildred v. Dorsey

Stewart, Richardson

and Federal District, 166, 237

Stiles, Ezra

letter from, 550-1

introduces Timothy Pitkin to TJ, 550-1

Stockton, Richard

letter on peace treaty cited, 605n

Stoddert, Benjamin

letter from, 323

conflict with L'Enfant, 152

Strachey, Henry

mission to London, 556, 607n

Strange, Sir John

Reports of Adjudged Cases, 591

Stratton, Capt. Henry

master of Thomas, 193, 245, 275, 344, 399, 457-8

Strawbridge, John

and sale of TJ's tobacco, 614-15

Street, John

letter to, 617-18

Street, Samuel

British Indian agent, 240, 243n

Strictures and Observations ("Massachusettensis")

attacks TJ, xxxiv, 401-2, 425-6, 451-2

authorship of discussed, 402-3n

criticizes G. Morris, 402n

criticizes Knox, 402n

criticizes Thomas Pinckney, 402n

praises Hamilton, 402n

TJ's comments on, 425-6

Strong, Caleb

letter to, 21-2

and appointment of ministers to Europe, 11-12, 14-15, 19, 21-3

letter from cited, 19

Stuart, David

letters to, 224-5, 252, 320-1, 379, 437-8, 491

letters from, 278, 278-80, 350-2, 396-7, 422-3

letters from Washington, 50-1, 278-9 (cited), 280n (cited)

and Federal District, 164, 223

agenda for, 194-5

letter to Washington cited, 194n

letter from cited, 284

and Potomac Company, 429n

See also Federal District Commissioners

sugar

importation from Saint-Domingue, 24

shortage in Paris, 65, 70, 170

Sukey (ship)

grievances of crew, 388

Sumter (Sumpter), Thomas

considered as commander of U.S. Army, xxxiii, 242, 244n

and legislative references to executive departments, 247

Sweden

relations with France, 3, 6

relations with Algiers, 144, 547

treaty of commerce with U.S., 309

pays tribute to Algiers, 362

and assassination of Gustavus III, 392

swords

for military officers, 136-7, 138

Sydney, Thomas Townshend, Lord

and retention of western posts by British, 608n

Sylvester, Douglas

Reports of Cases, 591

Sylvester, Peter

and Ollivier's inheritance, 274

Symmes, John Cleves

and judicial leave of absence, 349

conflict with Armstrong, 349

letters from cited, 350n

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