Volume 24 Index

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Dallas, Alexander

letter from cited, 74n

Damen, Mr. See Hend Damen, Hermen

Dante

cited by Ceracchi, 232

Danton, Georges Jacques

plan for council of regency, 772

Danzig

British diplomatic representation in, 376

Darcel, Nicolas, 111

Daubenton, Louis Jean Marie, 462

Dauphin. See Louis Charles, Duc de Normandie, Dauphin of France

Dauphin (ship)

captured by Algerines, 3

David & George (ship)

British interference with, 360-2

involved in slave trade, 360-2

Davies, Mr. See Davis, Augustine

Davis (Davies), Augustine

letter from, 121

letter from cited, 121

transmits Va. Convention debates, 121

and postal service for Monticello, 289

Davis, Richard Hart

as security for Elias Vanderhorst, 465n

Davy (TJ's slave)

hired by Benjamin Calvert, 413

Deakins, William

and Federal District, 613n

Deane, Silas

settlement of accounts, 169

in TJ's French accounts, 182

Deas, William A.

secretary to T. Pinckney, 330

Deaugustini, M.

in TJ's French accounts, 179, 182

Debates and other Proceedings of the Convention of Virginia

sent to TJ, 121

debts to British creditors

payment of, 10, 26, 27, 28, 32n, 36-7

in S.C., 28, 38n

in Va., 28, 29, 32-3n, 36-7, 286

demands for compensation for, 37n

Deceiver Unmasked

destruction of, 638n

decimal system

and weights and measures, 781-5

Delamotte, F. C. A.

letters to, 461, 619, 619n

letters from, 34-5, 247, 440-1

appoints vice-consul in Dunkirk, 307

appoints consular agent in Dunkirk, 440

consular security, 440

and books for TJ, 461, 463, 467, 468

mentioned, 201, 524

Delamotte & Cie.

N. Cutting's partnership with, 201

Delareaux. See Derieux, Justin Pierre Plumard

Delaware

and navigation acts, 428

and slave trade, 428

voting pattern in constitutional convention, 428

French consul in, 530-1

electoral vote for vice-president, 757

Délibération en forme d’arrété

sent to TJ, 320n

Delivet, Pierre

information on, 34

De Mourier, M. See Dumouriez, Charles François du Périer

Denmark

proposed commercial treaty with, 72, 227-8, 488, 775

proportion of public debt to revenue, 106

U.S. consul in, 226, 619n

political tranquility of, 227

trade with U.S., 227, 775

army, 228

relations with Austria, 260

relations with France, 260, 420

relations with Prussia, 260

establishes African colony, 458

trade duties, 488

relations with U.S., 504-5

crops in, 775

Denmark, King of. See Christian VII, King of Denmark

Denmark, Prince of. See Frederick, Prince of Denmark

Dennis, Adam

window sash maker in London, 606

De Normandie, John A.

letter from, 77-80

and Hessian fly, 77-80

identified, 80n

Department of State, U.S.

accounts, 20, 89, 150, 568-72

appointment of chief clerk, 58-9

collects state laws, 74, 84, 219

expenses, 225, 445-6, 472, 498-9, 508-10, 583-5

Hamilton's relations with, 353-4

appointment of clerk, 356

no vacancy for clerk in, 366

Mint assigned to, 505

special accounts audited, 569, 686-7

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Secretary of State; Taylor, George, Jr.

Department of the Treasury, U.S.

influence over Congress, 211

reform of proposed by TJ, 215, 217n

congressional supervision of, 216-17n

TJ's relations with, 352-3

Post Office assigned to, 505

and auditing of special Department of State accounts, 569n, 687

and Department of State expenses, 583n

Department of War, U.S.

TJ's relations with, 352

Depriest, John

debt to TJ, 575n

letter to cited, 575n

Deraque, Joseph

deposition cited, 481n

passport from Carondelet, 481n

De Re Medicina (Aulus Cornelius Celsus)

quoted by James Mease, 86

Derieux (Delareaux), Justin Pierre Plumard

letters to, 467, 555-6, 655, 742

letters from, 389, 406, 507, 635-6

legacy, 110-11, 296, 424, 635

business affairs, 374, 389, 406, 467, 507, 555-6, 635-6,

655, 698, 742

and sale of TJ's slaves, 410

mentioned, 121

Derieux, Mme. Justin Pierre Plumard, 467, 507, 555-6, 636, 742

desalination of sea water

publication of TJ's report on, 126

Deschambault, Capt.

and organization of town government in Alburgh, 160n

deserters

East Fla. as haven for, 142-3

Diana

figure sent to Joseph Hopkinson, 113, 132, 213

Dick (slave)

and TJ's stores, 249n

Dickerson, Joseph

letter to, 575

debt to TJ, 575

identified, 575n

Dickinson, Philemon

conversation with Hammond, 29

Dieppe, France

as market for U.S. tobacco, 15

diligence (dilly, coach)

in TJ's French accounts, 178, 181

dime. See disme

Dinah (TJ's slave)

sale of, 408, 410, 416, 473

work assignment, 413, 414

Diodorus Siculus

works ordered by TJ, 463

diplomatic immunity

and servants of foreign ministers in U.S., 125-6, 127-9,

149-50, 157-8, 223-4, 452

diplomatic recognition

G. Morris's views on, 314, 332, 524

TJ's views on, 593, 632-3, 793, 800, 802, 803

Hamilton's views on, 632-3

Knox's views on, 633

diplomatic service, U.S.

expenses of, 60-1, 194-5, 583-5

Short's views on, 256-8, 375-82, 513-16, 521-2, 681-2

Discourses on Davila (John Adams)

public reaction to, 356

disme

coinage of, 205

Dissertation sur l’origine de l’olivier (Abbé Couture)

sent to C. C. Pinckney, 452, 615

Divers, George

letter to, 663

brother recommended to TJ, 57

purchases carriage, 93

and still for TJ, 663

identified, 663n

Divers, Martha Walker (Mrs. George Divers), 663

Divers, Thomas

recommended for military appointment, 57, 109

Dobson, Daltera & Walker, 788n

Dobson, John

letters to, 39-40, 68

TJ's debt to, 39-40, 68, 71-2, 73, 417, 788

letter from cited, 40n

letter to cited, 40n

and Wayles estate debt, 246

identified, 788-9n

letter from quoted, 788

Dobson, Richard

letter to, 788

TJ's debt to, 788

identified, 789n

letter from cited, 789n

dogs

and cure for rabies, 87

dollar

TJ's notes on value of in French money, 196-7

value of Mexican, 270

Spanish, 679

Dollond, John

high quality of spy glasses made by, 469

and refracting telescope, 790

Dolphin (ship), 540

Domenico, Gaetano Drago di

seeks consular appointment in Genoa, 404

Donald, Alexander

letters to, 41, 467-8, 605-6

letters from, 343-4, 592, 726-7

and watch for William B. Giles, 42

praised by TJ, 43

and sale of TJ's tobacco, 263, 273, 280, 367, 467, 726

introduced to T. Pinckney, 343

letter from Hamilton cited, 343

and remodeling of Monticello, 605-6

and Short's business affairs, 680, 681

TJ orders books from, 726

TJ's account with, 790

mentioned, 258, 646

Donald, Scott & Co.

TJ's account with, 417

Donald, William & James, & Co.

TJ's account with, 417

Donald & Burton

proposed as agent of Bank of United States, 41

recommend stemming tobacco, 374

TJ's account with, 461, 462, 467, 592, 726, 790

and Short's business affairs, 680

mentioned, 42, 723, 795

Donath, Joseph

letter to, 622

TJ's account with, 622

identified, 622n

Dorchester, Guy Carleton, Lord

and infractions of peace treaty, 28, 32n

and British jurisdictional claims over Alburgh, 161n

Dorr, Samuel G.

invention for shearing cloth, 511

patent for, 511

trip to England, 511

Double-head (Cherokee Indian chief)

war with U.S., 480n

Douglas, Sylvester

legal reports ordered by TJ, 469

Drost, Mr. See Droz, Jean Pierre

drought

in Va., 33, 70

Droz (Drost), Jean Pierre

and Mint, 74, 75, 738

Dublin

trade with U.S., 484

Dubouchage, François Joseph Gratet, Vicomte

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 304

and U.S. debt to France, 331

Ducoigne, Jean Baptiste

visits Philadelphia, 806

Ducombe, Philippe (TJ's servant)

in TJ's French accounts, 186

Duer, William

speculative activities, 751

Duguela, Morocco

in Moroccan civil war, 312, 643

Dumas, Charles William Frederick

letters to, 20-1, 619, 620n

letters from, 41, 406-7, 613-14

accounts, 20, 407, 510

correspondence with TJ, 20

sends Gazette de Leide to TJ, 125

and U.S. embassy in The Hague, 255, 261

letter to cited, 261

letter from cited, 306

division of property with wife, 380

salary, 380, 510

health, 407

relations with Short, 407

rank, 514

expenses, 572

mentioned, 272

Dumas, Mrs. Charles William Frederick

division of property with husband, 380

Dumouriez (De Mourier), Charles François du Périer

receives G. Morris, 51

and restrictions on U.S. commerce, 51

and invasion of Austrian Netherlands, 54-5, 503, 526-7, 536,

559, 602, 624, 678, 710, 764-6

relations with Legislative Assembly, 54

dismisses ministers, 93

resigns from office, 93

and trade with U.S., 133

and G. Morris's appointment as minister to France, 253

alleged duel with Lafayette, 260, 271

negotiations with Frederick William II, 420, 442n, 456-7,

502, 526

and succession to French throne, 502

returns to Paris, 503, 536

and Dutch émigrés, 625

reported surrender of, 676

and opening of Scheldt, 679n, 712n, 766-7

and proposed invasion of Netherlands, 766-7

and invasion of Rhineland, 768

supplies for, 769

Jacobin overture to, 770

Dundas, Henry

T. Pinckney's reception by, 282-3

Dunglison, Robert

acquires TJ letter, 226n

Dunkirk, France

establishment of branch of Le Mesurier & Cie. in, 201

trade with Tobago, 201

U.S. agent in, 307, 440, 619n

U.S. vice-consul in, 307

Dunlap's American Daily Advertiser (Philadelphia)

prints Monroe and Madison's defense of TJ, xlii, 495n

Duportail, Louis LeBègue de Presle, Chevalier de

and payments to foreign officers, 307

Du pouvoir exécutif (Jacques Necker)

sent to TJ, 457

Duquda, Morocco

in Moroccan civil war, 756

Duranthon, Antoine

remains in office, 94

Durnford, Charles

legal reports ordered by TJ, 469

Dutchess Co., N.Y.

vote in gubernatorial election, 50, 114

Duval, William

letter to, 108-9

seeks to sell lands, 108-9

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