Volume 24 Index

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Cabaret, M.

in TJ's French accounts, 181, 182, 183

Cabinet, U.S. See United States: Cabinet

Cabot, George

letter to Washington cited, 628n

recommends Benjamin Joy for consular appointment in India, 628n

Caesar (TJ's slave)

proposed sale of, 473

Calais, France

in TJ's French accounts, 177, 178

Calcutta, India

U.S. consul at, 642n, 660n, 686

Caldwell, Henry

land claims in Alburgh, 161n

Caldwell's Manor

and organization of town government in Alburgh, 164, 220

Callaway, John

debt to TJ, 575n

letter to cited, 575n

Callis, William Overton

presidential elector in Va., 705n

Calonne, Charles Alexandre de

and revaluation of French currency, 196

and U.S. debt to France, 496

criticism of, 558

rivalry with Breteuil, 558

leaves Lisbon, 777

Calvard, Benjamin. See Calvert, Benjamin

Calvert (Calvard), Benjamin

account with T. M. Randolph, Jr., 412

TJ's account with, 412

hires TJ's slaves, 413

Campbell, Mr.

conversation with Hamilton, 607

Campbell, Arthur

and relations with Southern Indians, 316, 318n

Campbell, David

letter from, 427

Campbell, John

political prospects in Ky., 69

Campbell, Samuel

letter to, 608

letter from cited, 140n

bookseller in N.Y., 564

identified, 608n

Canada

and fur trade, 31

boundary with U.S., 32n

TJ's interest in, 117

candles

for TJ, 577

Cape Henry, Va.

lighthouse at, 459, 707, 713

capers

for S.C., 108, 344

capital punishment

TJ's views on, 432-3

Capitol, U.S.

Faw's plan for, 36

Blodget's plan for, 205-6, 289, 315

Hallet's plans for, 212, 410-11, 481-2, 700

Wintersmith's plan for, 238-9

Thornton's plan for, 411n, 700, 732

workmen for, 749

Caradeux, Comptesse de, 739, 743n

Carey, John

letter to, 151

letters from, 140, 443-4

proposed edition of journals of Continental Congress, 140, 562

seeks access to Department of State records, 140, 151

American Remembrancer, 140n, 562

identified, 140n

Official Letters to the Honorable American Congress, 140n

letter from cited, 151n

seeks clerkship in Department of State, 443-4

proposed edition of military letters to Continental Congress, 642

Carey, Mathew, 140n

Carmichael, William

letters to, 299-300, 479-80, 565-7

letters to cited, 90, 590

and captives in Algiers, 102-3, 144, 145n

commissioner to Spain, 254, 285, 315, 351-2, 449, 484, 709

plans to retire, 257

status in Spain, 258

introduced to Cassinave, 299-300

and U.S. debt to Spain, 305n, 711-12

irregular communications of, 315, 351-2

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 351-2, 479-80,

549n, 553, 563

letter to quoted, 371n

accounts, 510

salary, 510

expenses, 572

and relations between Great Britain and Spain, 738

mentioned, 669, 778

Carnes, Burrill

in TJ's French accounts, 182

resigns as consul in Nantes, 233

Carondelet, Francisco Luis Hector, Baron de

policy toward Southern Indians, 203-4, 213-14, 315-16, 438n,

479, 480n, 481n, 541-3, 547-8, 549-50n, 566

passport to Joseph Deraque, 481n

extract of letter to Viar and Jaudenes, 543, 566

carpenters

for Federal District, 776

wages, 776

Carr, Mr., 417

Carr, Dabney (TJ's nephew)

education, 415, 578

Carr, Jane Barbara (TJ's niece), 474

Carr, Lucy (TJ's niece)

health, 350

Carr, Martha Jefferson (Mrs. Dabney Carr, TJ's sister)

letter from, 744

health, 350, 744

requests loan from TJ, 744

mentioned, 506

Carr (Kerr), Peter (TJ's nephew)

letter to, 107-8

notes on wasteland, 107-8

legal education, 108, 588

mentioned, 474, 582

Carr, Samuel (TJ's nephew)

education, 350, 415, 588

carriages

in TJ's French accounts, 180

proposed taxation of, 692-3n

Carrington, Edward

supports A. Lee in Va. Senate election, 523

Carrington, Paul

marriage of, 148

Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton

letter from cited, 300n

resigns from Senate, 539, 578

Carroll, Daniel

letters to, 45, 56, 212, 264, 477, 612-13, 731-2, 749, 776

letters from, 16, 159, 477-8, 481-2, 533, 581, 699-700

and aid to Mrs. Hallet, 477

and Federal District, 477-8, 533, 613

letter from cited, 533

mentioned, 433n, 450, 455, 493

See also Federal District Commissioners

Carter, Charles

purchases carriage, 92

Carter, Edward (Ned)

sells slaves, 473

death, 491

Cary, Archibald

and Wayles estate debt, 706, 756-7, 758

Cary, Jane Barbara Carr (Mrs. Wilson Cary, TJ's niece), 459

Cary, Sarah Blair (Mrs. Wilson Miles Cary), 459, 574

Cary, Wilson (TJ's nephew-in-law), 459, 574

Cary, Wilson Miles

letter to, 574

letter from, 458-9

recommends George Wray, 459

Caskey, James

TJ's memorandum on, 141

Cassinave, Mr.

introduced to Carmichael, 299-300

and U.S. debt to Spain, 299-300

introduced to Clavière, 300

and trade with France, 300

Castiglione, Luigi, Conte, 787

Castries, Charles Eugène de La Croix, Marquis de

decree on U.S. trade with France, 88

Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.

letters to, 108, 450, 585-6, 619, 619n, 688-90, 759

letters from, 240, 273-5, 319-20, 362-3

and ransom of captives in Algiers, 4-5

and French Revolution in Marseilles, 273-5

distrust of family in Marseilles, 275n

letter from cited, 304-5

instructions from G. Morris, 305n

and trade with U.S., 319-20, 364, 365n, 424, 585-6, 759

and olive culture in S.C., 344, 451-2, 615, 688-90, 696, 795

letter to cited, 759n

mentioned, 691

Cathalan & fils

and trade with U.S., 320n

Cathcart, James

ransom of, 7

Catherine II (the Great), Empress of Russia

and invasion of Poland, 55, 280, 337-8, 401

health, 228

relations with France, 243

and partition of Poland, 337-8, 536

and succession to French throne, 401

relations with Prussia, 536

Catholic Church

sale of clerical estates in France, 53, 400

and passive obedience, 236

“Catullus”

pseudonym used by Hamilton, 495n, 496

Caughnawaga Indians

attend Glaize conference, 316

Cavelier fils

letter from, 15

Cazenove, Théophile

letter from, 440

and case of John de Neufville, 231

relations with Hallet, 411

Celey (Wilson Miles Cary's plantation), 574

Celsus, Aulus Cornelius

De Re Medicina, 86

census

distribution of, 15

cent

coinage of, 205, 486, 671-2, 755

See also copper coinage

Cepede, M. de, 462

Ceracchi, Giuseppe

letter from, 232-3

and French Revolution, 233

and Mint, 233

Cette, France

U.S. commercial agent at, 424n

Chalmers, George

Opinions on Interesting Subjects, 119, 331n

Chalmers, John

Plain Truth, 638

Chalons, France

and allied invasion of France, 525

Chambers, Joseph G.

letter to, 580

letters from, 290-3, 459-60, 644-5

plan for phonetic spelling, 290

plan for repeating firearms, 290-3, 459-60, 580, 644-5

identified, 293n

patent for, 293n

letter to quoted, 645n

Chambonas, Victor Scipion Louis Joseph de la Garde, Marquis de

appointed foreign minister, 94

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 208

and commercial treaty with U.S., 209, 276, 277n

and French war with Austria and Prussia, 260

and U.S. debt to France, 331

Champ, Mr., 269

Champagne, France

and allied invasion of France, 525

Chandler, Richard

letter from, 630-1

seeks military appointment, 24, 148, 630-1

Charles (ship), 807

Charles IV, King of Spain

and relations with U.S., 213-14, 541

Charles Theodore, Elector of Bavaria

relations with France, 773

Charlotte Joachime, Princess of Brazil

pregnancy, 348, 670

mentioned, 777

Charlotte Sophia, Queen of Great Britain

T. Pinckney's letter of credence to, 60, 63n

T. Pinckney's reception by, 283, 591, 736

Charlottesville, Va.

postal service, 122, 147, 341, 448, 512

cost of living in, 662-3

Chauvelin, François Bernard, Marquis de

excluded from British court, 736

Cherokee Indians

relations with U.S., 316, 537-8

relations with Spain, 438n, 481n, 537-8, 549n

and N.C. land grants in Southwest Territory, 439

war with U.S., 480n, 481n

hostilities with Ga., 724, 741-2

Chesroe, Capt. (master of Sally), 143, 144, 168, 249

Chiappe, Francisco

and Moroccan civil war, 270, 346, 534

visits Gibraltar, 270n, 345

claims on U.S., 360

Chiappe, Geronimo

and Barclay's mission to Morocco, 430

Chiappe, Giuseppe

and Barclay's mission to Morocco, 430

Chiappe, Joseph. See Chiappe, Giuseppe

Chickamaugua Cherokee Indians

war with U.S., 674

Chickasaw Indians

relations with U.S., 316

relations with Creeks, 480n

relations with Spain, 480n, 549n

Chittenden, Thomas

letters to, 200, 218-19

and organization of town government in Alburgh, 161n, 162n,

200, 202, 218-19, 220n, 221, 248, 269, 296-7, 310-11

Choctaw Indians

relations with U.S., 316

relations with Spain, 480n, 481n, 549n

Choiseul-Gouffier, Marie Gabriel Florent Auguste

émigré agent in Turkey, 773

Christian VII, King of Denmark

appoints son to head admiralty board, 228

Christian, John

debt to TJ, 575n

letter to cited, 575n

Church, Edward

letter to, 619, 619n

appointed consul at Lisbon, 348-9, 619n, 671

letters from cited, 433n

Churchman, John, 597

Cicero, Marcus Tullius

letters ordered by TJ, 463

cider

for TJ, 110

Cincinnati, Society of, 604n

ciphers

for J. P. Jones, 7

for T. Pinckney, 62

for G. Morris, 88

for Barclay, 791

Circuit Courts, U.S.

and Jones v. Walker, 28, 33n, 36-7

civil list

requested by Richard Harrison, 675

Clackson, Mr. See Clarkson, John

Clairfayt, Gen. See Clerfayt, François Sebastien Charles

Joseph de Croix, Comte de

Clark, Bowling

letter to, 408-9

letter from, 279-80

and sale of TJ's tobacco, 14, 280, 409

overseer at Poplar Forest, 279-80

identified, 280n

and sale of TJ's slaves, 408-9

mentioned, 284

Clark, John

and Va. congressional election, 284

debt to TJ, 575n

letter to cited, 575n

Clarke, Alured

and organization of town government in Alburgh, 161n, 296-7

and proposed Indian barrier state, 719n

Clarke, John

letter to, 741

letter from, 604-5

invention of, 604-5, 741

patent for, 605n

letter from cited, 741

Clarkson (Clackson), John

governor of Sierra Leone, 362

Clarkson, Manoah

overseer at Monticello, 412-14

TJ's memoranda for, 412-14

identified, 414n

Clavière, Etienne

letter to, 300

and trade with U.S., 88, 133

dismissed from office, 93

appointed minister of finance, 298, 300

Cassinave introduced to, 300

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 332, 334n, 419

Claxton, Robert

and wagons for TJ, 136

and TJ's stores, 153

clay

in Md., 206

Clay, Charles

letter to, 367-8

letter from, 283-4

seeks TJ's endorsement in congressional election, 283-4,

367-8

and sale of TJ's slaves, 409, 410

Clerfayt (Clairfayt), François Sebastien Charles Joseph de Croix, Comte de

and invasion of France, 525

and invasion of Austrian Netherlands, 557, 602

clergy, French

proposed restoration of property of, 208

and Brunswick manifesto, 271

execution of nonjuring, 273, 364

exile of nonjuring, 273

Clerici, Gaudenzio

letter from, 785-8

Clingman, Jacob

and Hamilton-Reynolds affair, 751

Clinton, George

elected governor of N.Y., 50, 105, 114-15, 134, 236

vice-presidential candidacy of predicted, 50

criticized by TJ, 105, 115

involvement in Alexander Macomb's land purchase, 114, 134

assessed by Madison, 134

assessed by Monroe, 236

and case of J. L. H. Hinrichsen, 627-8n

letter to cited, 627-8n

electoral votes for as vice-president, 698, 705, 757

cloth

Dorr's machine for shearing, 511

clothing

for TJ, 617

Clousier, Jacques Gabriel

in TJ's French accounts, 181, 182, 183

clover

and rotation of crops, 501

Clow & Co.

TJ's account with, 573, 598-9, 758

Clymer, George

and opposition to excise in Pa., 385n

Cobbett, William

letter to, 580

letter from, 554

introduced to TJ, 281-2

seeks TJ's assistance, 554, 580

accused of being British agent, 555n

identified, 555n

letter from cited, 555n

Life and Adventures of Peter Porcupine, 555n, 581n

mentioned, 339n

Cobbs, Edmund

debt to TJ, 575n

letter to cited, 575n

coffee

market for in Prussia, 100

Coffyn, Francis

U.S. agent at Dunkirk, 307, 440, 619n

Coigny, Marie François Henri de Franquetot, Duc de

and allied invasion of France, 670

coinage. See cent; copper coinage; disme; half cent; half

disme; Mint, U.S., and coinage; silver coinage

Cointeraux, François

architectural ideas, 634-5

proposed immigration to U.S., 634-5

Coke, Sir Edward

and J. G. Jefferson's legal education, 81

Colchis, 152

Colony Commerce (Mark Leavenworth)

lent to Tench Coxe, 228-9

Columbia Co., N.Y.

vote in gubernatorial election, 50, 114

Columbus, Christopher, 595

Commentaries on the Laws of England (William Blackstone)

ordered by TJ, 469

commissaries, French

arrested in Sedan, 322

sent to oversee armies, 322, 323

in Paris, 333

Commissioners of the Federal District. See Federal District Commissioners

Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, U.S.

meetings of, 500, 627, 630n

report of, 627, 628-30

functions of, 630n

membership of, 630n

and TJ's bill for redeeming public debt, 692-3n

Commissioners of the Treasury, France

and U.S. debt to France, 275, 304-5, 306n, 331, 405n, 518, 649

commissioners to Spain. See Carmichael, William; Short, William

Committee for Foreign Affairs, Continental

and proposed commercial treaty with Netherlands, 666n

Common Sense  (Thomas Paine)

Hamilton's alleged reply to, 638

Comptroller of the Treasury, U.S. See Wolcott, Oliver, Jr.

Condé, France

French defeat at, 557-8

Condorcet, Eliza

commended to care of TJ and B. F. Bache

Condorcet, Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas de Caritat, Marquis de

letter from, 760-2

introduces Genet to TJ, xliii, 760-1

portrait of, xliii, 404 (illus.)

alleged plan to flee to America, 277

criticizes Lafayette, 760-2

death, 762n

mentioned, 407

confectionary

for TJ, 108

Congress, Continental

and ransom of captives in Algiers, 4

journals sent to T. Pinckney, 62

John Carey seeks access to records of, 140

proposed publication of journals of, 140, 562

William Gordon allowed access to records of, 140

and settlement of accounts, 169

and TJ's French accounts, 170, 195

and outfit, 194-5

appoints TJ minister plenipotentiary in France, 198n

and U.S. debt to France, 496-7

John Carey's proposed edition of military letters to, 642

Congress, U.S. See United States: Congress

Connaissance des temps ou des mouvements celestés

ordered by TJ, 463

Connecticut

alliance with Va. at constitutional convention, 428

and navigation acts, 428

and slave trade, 428

electoral votes for vice-president, 757

as source of labor for Federal District, 776

Connyingham, Hayfield, 423

Conroy, Patrick

and organization of town government in Alburgh, 160n, 161n, 220n

Conspiracy of Kings (Joel Barlow)

acquired by TJ, 101, 431n

Constantinople

rarely visited by Americans, 11

British diplomatic representation in, 377

diplomatic salaries in, 377

Constitutional Convention

Hamilton's views at, 354-5, 359

George Mason's recollections of, 428-9

Constitution of Form of Governmen[t] for the State of

Kentucky

sent to TJ, 69, 71n

Constitution of the United States

praised by TJ, 42

dissatisfaction with, 85

debates of Va. Convention sent to TJ, 121

praised by Ceracchi, 232

Hamilton's views on, 353, 435

Hamilton's plan for, 354-5, 359n

TJ's alleged opposition to, 354-5, 429n, 494, 495n, 499-500

amendment of, 428-9

drafting of, 428-9

and navigation acts, 428

and rotation of Senate, 428

and slave trade, 428

and term of president, 428

and U.S. violations of law of nations, 694

consular convention (1788)

in TJ's French accounts, 181

consular conventions

proposed with Prussia, 100, 285, 309-10, 311

consular service, U.S.

act for establishing, 89, 233, 240, 389, 404, 440, 454,

660-1, 703, 775

consuls, British

in Morocco, 313, 345, 534

consuls, foreign

in Morocco, 67-8, 225, 270n, 430

subject to U.S. laws, 620

consuls, French

La Forest's consular commission analyzed by TJ, 530-1

consuls, U.S.

letter to (circular), 619

in Algiers, 8, 66-7

accounts of, 60, 89

relations with U.S. ministers, 60

in St. Croix, 72, 545

extract of circular letter to sent to G. Morris, 88-9

in Denmark, 226

in Norway, 226

absence in Netherlands, 240-1, 338

needed at Amsterdam, 240-1, 483

needed at Rotterdam, 240-1

leave for, 308

in Lisbon, 348-9, 619n

in Barbary States, 380

in Martinique, 403

security requirements for, 404, 440, 454, 465, 703, 775

salaries for, 465

in India, 627-8, 642, 660-1, 686

fees for, 660-1

and excise act, 789

and French exchange rates, 789

See also Auldjo, Thomas; Barclay, Thomas; Cathalan,

Stephen, Jr.; Church, Edward; Delamotte, F. C. A.;

Fenwick, Joseph; Johnson, Joshua; Maury, James; Pintard,

John M.; Saabÿe, Hans Rodolph

Continental Congress. See Congress, Continental

Cook, James, 790

Cooper, Thomas

Reply to Mr. Burke's Invective against Mr. Cooper, and Mr. Watt, 661

Cooper, William

and electoral fraud in N.Y., 114

Copenhagen

trade with U.S., 227

copper

for Mint, 668, 671-2, 673, 675, 798, 803, 804

proposed importation from Sweden, 672, 673, 675

price, 673

copper coinage

specimens by Matthew Boulton, 626

act for, 671-2

in Sweden, 672

value of, 672

Henry Voigt's plan for, 755

See also cent; half cent; Mint, U.S.

copying press

in TJ's French accounts, 175, 176

Corbin, Francis

and Senate election in Va., 489, 523

Cordeliers

and succession to French throne, 772

Cormont, M.

almanac sent to TJ, 597

corn

crop in Va., 33, 70, 122

as food for slaves, 83

unsuited to Va., 83

price, 116, 465, 592, 703, 807

imported by Morocco, 225

resistant to Hessian fly, 234

TJ's crop, 266

Mediterranean market for, 287

surplus in Portugal, 287

TJ prefers wheat to, 409

at Elk Hill, 417

crop in U.S., 472

and rotation of crops, 501

damaged by frost, 587

and proposed commercial treaty between Portugal and Naples,

588

at Monticello, 725

need for in France, 773, 780

Cornwallis, Charles, Lord

depredations in N.C., 621n

corporations

federal government not authorized to create, 432-3

corruption

TJ's views on, 26, 85, 211, 353, 355, 435

Monroe's comments on, 92

Cortez, Hernando

TJ seeks edition of letters of, 679

cotton

market for in Prussia, 100

Prussian exports of fabrics, 100

William Pollard's machine for spinning, 126

at Monticello, 412

Rohr's treatise on, 458

exported from Portugal to Great Britain, 670

paper on cultivation of sent to TJ, 671

William Pearce and Thomas Marshall's machine for cleaning,

745, 805

Coulter, Capt. (master of Oliver Cromwell), 141

couriers

in TJ's French accounts, 180

court fees

in TJ's French accounts, 177, 179, 180, 182

Court of King's Bench

and Green v. Buchanan & Charnock, 17-18

Couture, Abbé

Dissertation sur l’origine de l’olivier, 452, 615

Coventry, Robert

letters from quoted, 249n

and TJ's stores, 249n

Coxe, Tench

letters from, 228-9, 741-2

sends pamphlets to TJ, 228-9

and Washington's proclamation on Ga. hostilities with

Cherokees, 741-2

Cranz (Crantz), David

History of Greenland, 135

Cravath, Lemuel

and Barclay's mission to Algiers, 601n, 737

Crawford, Alexander

mason in Edinburgh, 683

Creek Indians

relations with Spain, 203-4, 213-14, 315-16, 438, 481n,

537-8, 541-3, 549n, 552-3, 562-3, 566

relations with U.S., 480n, 537-8, 549n, 552-3, 562-3, 566

war with U.S., 480n, 481n, 566, 674n

hostilities with Ga., 543

and Treaty of New York, 543

and Treaty of Pensacola, 543

treaty with Spain, 567n

crimes

act concerning, 127-8

Crosby, Sampson

salary, 509

mentioned, 266

cruisade

value of, 376-7

Culpeper, Va.

and road to Federal District, 269

Cuneo, Italy

and invasion of Savoy, 785

Cunningham, Timothy

Law of Bills of Exchange, 38

Currie, Anne Inglis (Mrs. James Currie), 342, 544

Currie, James

letters from, 341-2, 500, 544, 582

financial affairs, 315, 500, 544, 582

and purchase of horse by TJ, 340, 341, 387

Custine, Adam Philippe, Comte de

and invasion of Rhineland, 558, 624, 768, 793

Cutting, John Brown

letter from, 778-9

case referred to T. Pinckney, 63

aids impressed seamen, 254-5

claim for compensation, 254-5

compensation from Congress, 491

payment to, 571, 572

Cutting, Nathaniel

letter from, 200-1

partnership with Delamotte & Cie., 201

letter from quoted, 202n

seeks consular appointment, 202n

mentioned, 247

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