Volume 24 Index

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F

Faden, Mr.

and map of South America, 119, 347

Fairfax, Bryan, Lord, 369n

Fairfax, Ferdinando

letter from, 368-9

travel directions for TJ, 368-9

identified, 369n

Falls Church, Va., 368, 369

Fanny (TJ's slave)

work assignment, 414

Farrell & Jones

and Wayles estate debt, 264-5, 416, 573, 576, 788

Faw, Abraham

and competition for design of Capitol, 36

Fay, Joseph

letters to, 117, 575

letter from, 451

letter from cited, 117

sends maple seeds to TJ, 451, 493, 575

Fécamp, France

Cavelier fils seeks consular jurisdiction over, 15

Federal District

loan for, 16, 45, 107, 120, 158, 206, 212, 218n, 346

sale of lots in, 16-17, 120, 206, 346, 477-8, 482, 533, 581, 699

workmen for, 16, 45, 47-8, 348, 683, 700, 749, 750n, 776

Capitol, 36, 205-6, 212, 315, 410-11, 481-2, 700, 732, 749

money for, 56

engraved plan of, 119, 120n, 158, 212, 217, 218, 264, 266,

295, 306, 328, 477, 533, 581, 582n, 612, 699, 760, 803

public buildings in, 154

President's House, 159, 212

superintendent for, 533, 612-13

Va. appropriation for, 581, 609, 610, 611n, 612, 613, 699, 715

Md. appropriation for, 610, 611n

survey of, 700

Federal District Commissioners

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

letters from, 16, 36, 159, 481-2, 581, 699-700

and loan for Federal District, 16, 45, 107, 120, 158, 218n

and sale of lots in Federal District, 16-17, 206, 482, 581, 700

and workmen for Federal District, 16, 45, 348, 700, 749,

750n, 776

and Capitol, 36, 238, 289, 315, 410-11, 481-2

letter to Hermen Hend Damen cited, 48n

meet with Washington, 155n, 159, 212, 218

accounts, 212

letters from Blodget cited, 212, 218, 346

and engraved plan of Federal District, 217, 264, 266, 295,

306, 328, 581, 612, 700

letter to cited, 269

letters from George Taylor, Jr., cited, 296n, 306, 581

and aid to Mrs. Hallet, 477

and machine for cutting stone, 581

and Va. appropriation for Federal District, 581, 610

letter to George Taylor, Jr., cited, 582n

and superintendent for Federal District, 613

and survey of Federal District, 700

letter from cited, 713

mentioned, 444

See also Carroll, Daniel; Johnson, Thomas; Stuart, David

Federal Republican (Baltimore)

prints essays by "A Native Virginian", 174

Feger, Gramont & Cie.

in TJ's French accounts, 186

Fenis. See Tahar Fenis

Fenno, John

TJ's relations with, 356

criticism of, 357

mentioned, 370n, 807n

Fenwick, Joseph

letters to, 461-2, 489, 619, 619n, 690, 759-60

letters from, 233, 301, 339, 369-70, 424, 795

and sale of Duval's land, 108-9

letter from cited, 301n

letter from cited, 301n

appoints consular agent at Nantes, 424n

letter to cited, 450n

and wine for TJ, 461-2, 468, 795

and olive culture in S.C., 688, 689, 690, 696, 795

TJ's account with, 795

mentioned, 240, 245, 320, 467, 483, 484, 507, 635, 691, 754

Fenwick & Mason

and sale of Duval's land, 108-9

Fête de la Féderation

celebrated at The Hague, 242

nature of, 246n

feudalism

abolition in France, 53

Feuillants

and Bonnecarrère's appointment as minister to U.S., 303

conflict with Jacobins, 303

opposition to in Paris, 303

mentioned, 420

Fez, Morocco

in Moroccan civil war, 225, 270

Findlestone, Richard, 481n

Finguerlin & Scherer

in TJ's French accounts, 185

fish

market for in Prussia, 100

fish oil

restrictions on import into France, 95

Fitch, John, 792n

Fitzhugh, William

letter to, 636

letter from, 674-5

and proposed purchase of Tarquin, 636, 674-5

FitzSimons, Thomas

letter to, 620

and case of Mrs. Jones, 620

letter from cited, 620n

Flanders

and French invasion of Austrian Netherlands, 527, 602, 624, 764

aversion to French in, 767, 768

flax

damaged by drought in Va., 70

Fleming, Robert

letter from, 370-1

and Leigh v. West, 370-1

letter from cited, 370

Fleming, William

marriage of, 148

mentioned, 343

Fleury, François Louis Teisseydre, Chevalier de

in TJ's French accounts, 178

Florida

secret article in peace treaty on boundary of, 29

Florida, East

slaves stolen from, 129-30, 155-6, 312, 693

as haven for U.S. military deserters, 142-3

Florida, East, governor of. See Quesada, Juan Nepomuceno de

Florida, West

Spanish reinforcements for, 480n

Florida, West, governor of. See Carondelet, Francisco Luis

Hector, Baron de

florin

value of, 196

flour

need for in France, 300, 319-20, 365n, 422, 424, 504, 573,

577, 586, 589, 599, 723, 759, 775

price, 319-20, 663, 723

for Convention Army, 418

legal suit about in Portugal, 546

need for in Italy, 573

permission to export from U.S. to Portugal requested, 587

export from Great Britain forbidden, 614, 664, 685

foreign demand for, 663

reexported from Denmark, 775

Folger, Frederick, 597

Fontainebleau, Treaty of

and navigation of Scheldt, 679n

foreign intercourse

act for, 568, 570, 571, 583, 584, 686-7

Forsyth, Alexander

ransom of, 7

Fortunatus, 42

Foster, Sir Michael

legal reports ordered by TJ, 469

Foster, William, & Co.

owners of Maria, 3

Foulloy, M.

in TJ's French accounts, 182

France

Army

indiscipline of, 52, 208, 313, 527

loyalty to king, 277

and dethronement of king, 301

and constitution, 313

revolutionary activities, 335

size of, 370, 768-9, 773

composition of, 392

morale of, 392, 769

prowess in artillery, 764

subsistence of, 768-9

losses of, 769

Constitution

acceptance by king, 51, 56n, 254

G. Morris seeks to alter, 51, 56n

defense of, 94

Va. resolves on, 248, 293-4

proposed abolition of, 276

proposed revision of, 276, 339

and dethronement of king, 298

lacks hereditary senate, 302

army attitudes toward, 313

suspension of, 485, 592-3

Gautier's views on, 523

opposition to, 528

National Convention's lack of progress on, 772

Economy

trade with Great Britain, 233, 247

wheat and flour shortage in, 320, 363, 422, 424, 441,

454, 573, 577, 587, 663, 723, 759, 773, 775, 780

possibility of famine, 421

trade with Barbary States, 421

Estates General

attitudes toward, 420

Finances

TJ's views on, 22

G. Morris's assessment of, 53-4

proportion of public debt to revenue, 106

quotas of contributions set, 710

Foreign Relations

with Great Britain, 41, 52, 208, 260, 263, 313-14, 337,

393-4, 400, 421, 426, 625, 678, 703, 739, 743, 767,

772, 773, 780, 807

with Netherlands, 208, 241, 337, 400, 504, 559, 602,

625, 710, 739, 767, 772

with Palatinate, 208, 773

with Spain, 243-4, 424, 537, 547-8, 559, 711, 773, 778,

780, 807

diplomatic precedence in, 256

with Denmark, 260, 420

diplomatic representation policy, 380

with Sweden, 420

with Switzerland, 558-9

with Bavaria, 773

with Hanover, 773

with Hesse, 773

with Italy, 773

with Jülich, 773

with Russia, 773

with Saxony, 773

with Turkey, 773

Legislative Assembly

disbands royal guard, 54

impact of Paris on, 54

orders creation of new militia force, 54, 95n

and trade with U.S., 88, 320n

decree on nonjuring priests, 95n

and war with Austria and Prussia, 121, 271, 277, 278

reconciliation of parties in, 207, 209n

relations with king, 233

and tobacco duties, 233, 363, 369-70

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

252-3

and Lafayette, 271, 299, 301

and dethronement of king, 272, 277, 298, 324

debates in, 273

Jacobin influence on, 276

divisions in, 277

and commercial treaty with U.S., 277n

and ministerial changes, 298

assumes executive powers, 301

and minister to U.S., 303-4, 324

relations with Great Britain, 314

establishes special criminal court, 325

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 334n, 652, 653, 654n, 801

rejects proposal to increase navy, 339

and naval protection for U.S. ships, 573

summons National Convention, 800

Loan to U.S.

payment of, 254, 275, 304-5, 306n, 331-3, 405n, 518-20,

522n, 582-3, 647-9, 754, 793, 800-1

used to aid Saint-Domingue, 275, 304-5, 331-3, 334n,

405n, 419, 484-5, 518, 522n, 524-5, 652-4, 762, 801

payment of suspended, 484-5, 592-3, 633, 763, 793, 800-1, 802

proposed transfer to Dutch investors, 495n, 496-7

and payment of French consular salaries, 807-8

National Assembly

and restrictions on trade with U.S., 51, 263, 586

and commercial treaty with U.S., 209, 492

Va. resolves on, 248

and Franklin's death, 293

and weights and measures, 783n

National Convention

proposal for, 301

and dethronement of king, 336, 392, 771

elections for, 336, 339, 348, 391, 485, 592-3

and execution of king, 336

and execution of queen, 336

and constitution, 339, 772

and constitution, 339, 772

and trial of king, 339, 392, 476, 771

and succession to throne, 395, 396

abolishes monarchy, 424, 441

assembling of, 425

Thomas Paine's membership in, 431

establishes republic, 441, 771

no news of in Netherlands, 456

and war department, 476

divisions in, 528-9

incapacity of, 536

and relations with Spain, 559

unity of, 600

legitimacy of, 632-3, 793, 800

opposition to, 708

propagandist decrees, 711, 766, 772, 774n

reduces duties on tobacco, 758

conflict with Jacobins, 770

Navy

increase in rejected, 339

reform of, 710

Politics and Government

ministerial changes, 93-4, 276, 298

republicanism in, 302-3, 441, 771

monarchy abolished, 424, 441, 771

Provisional Executive Council

and G. Morris, 334n, 648-9

and truce with Prussia, 526

and opening of Scheldt, 678, 766-7

and proposed invasion of Netherlands, 766-7

Society

contempt for religion in, 767

moral tone of, 767

U.S. Relations with

Bonnecarrère's appointment as minister to revoked,

324, 593-4

TJ's policy toward, 353-4

status of treaty of alliance with, 773-4

See also Clavière, Etienne; Genet, Edmond

Charles; minister of foreign affairs, France;

Morris, Gouverneur; Short, William; Ternant, Jean

Baptiste

U.S. Trade with

and proposed commercial treaty, 51, 88, 134, 209, 276,

277n, 492

restrictions on, 51, 88, 95, 134, 233, 263, 354, 593

G. Morris's views on, 251-2

TJ's views on, 300, 586

Marseilles's proposals for, 319-21

tobacco duties reduced, 363, 369-70, 424, 441, 758

War with Austria and Prussia

Delamotte's comments on, 34-5

Dumas's comments on, 41

invasion of Austrian Netherlands, 52, 54-5, 503, 526-7,

536, 557-8, 601-3, 613, 614, 624-5, 678, 709-10, 764-7

G. Morris's reports on, 54-5, 208, 313, 420, 525-8, 764-70

TJ's views on, 117, 676, 744-5, 757, 793

economic impact of, 168, 263, 272-3

and immigration, 168

and Brunswick manifesto, 208, 271-2, 281, 393

invasion of France, 208, 242-3, 260, 271, 281, 287,

313, 324-5, 336, 339, 370, 391, 393-5, 644, 647, 676

Short's reports on, 242-3, 260, 270-2, 281, 324-5, 336,

391, 393-5, 456-7, 474-5, 502-4, 535-7, 557-8, 559,

601-3, 624-5, 678, 709-10

TJ officially informed of, 278

declaration of, 328, 329

allied withdrawal from France, 420, 456-7, 465, 474-5,

502-4, 523, 525-8, 535, 537, 613, 744-5, 757, 765, 774, 793

negotiations with Prussia, 420

invasion of Savoy, 424, 457, 475, 502, 504, 528, 536,

559, 625, 764, 785-8

invasion of Rhineland, 457, 475, 504, 528, 536, 537,

558, 559, 613, 614, 624, 764, 768, 770, 793

invasion of Nice, 536, 785, 793

proposed invasion of Netherlands, 766-7

France, British ambassador to. See Gower, George Granville

Leveson, Earl

Francis. See Seche, François

Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor

and war with France, 34-5, 52, 121, 208, 260, 271, 278, 328,

329, 394-5, 527

election of, 243

and succession to French throne, 337, 398, 401, 402n

and Lafayette's captivity, 476

relations with Prussia, 502-3, 624

relations with Austrian Netherlands, 765

Francis, B.

letter to, 109

letter to Washington cited, 109

unable to obtain federal support for geological research, 109

François, Mme.

letter to cited, 46

Frank (TJ's slave)

sale of, 408, 410

Frankfurt

captured by French, 558, 768

recaptured by allied forces, 768

Franklin, Benjamin

settlement of accounts, 169

and diplomatic expenses, 195, 198n

and house rent, 198n

French reaction to death of, 293

appoints agent at Dunkirk, 619n

use of gong by, 641

mentioned, 405n, 614n

Franklin, Deborah, 614n

Franklin Co., Va.

votes in congressional election, 284

Fransini, Mr.

leaves Portugal, 287

Fredenborg, Capt. (master of Gothenburg), 776

Frederick, Prince of Denmark

interest in military reform, 228

Frederick William II, King of Prussia

and trade with U.S., 99, 285

and war with France, 208, 260, 270, 394-5, 502-3, 525, 535,

600, 624

and commercial treaty with U.S., 309-10

and succession to French throne, 395, 398, 402n

negotiations with Dumouriez, 420, 442n, 456-7, 502, 526

and Lafayette's captivity, 476, 525

relations with Austria, 502-3, 600, 624

manifesto of, 503

relations with Poland, 503

and revolt in Austrian Netherlands, 503

truce with France, 526, 537

relations with Russia, 600

Frederika Sophia Wilhemina, Princess of Orange

receives Short, 124

relations with Duke of Brunswick, 260

Freeland, James

claim for compensation for British depredations in N.C., 621n

Freeland, James, Jr.

claim for compensation for British depredations in N.C., 621n

Freire, Cypriano Ribeiro, Chevalier

arrival in U.S. expected, 747, 777

French

teaching of in U.S., 82, 117

TJ's use of, 374, 462

French Broad river, 321, 439

French Revolution

consular reports on (see Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.;

Delamotte, F. C. A.; Fenwick, Joseph)

G. Morris's reports on, 52-5, 94, 207-8, 275-7, 301-4,

313-14, 364-5, 420, 528-30, 770-4

TJ's comments on, 101

Short's reports on, 138, 242, 260, 270-2, 298-9, 322-5,

336-7, 390-401, 425, 475-6, 503, 558, 677-9, 708, 710-11

impact in Portugal, 144

Ceracchi's comments on, 233

Cathalan's comments on, 240

G. Morris opposes, 250-1

and dethronement of king, 272, 276, 298, 301, 322, 324

British attitudes toward, 329, 343-4, 421, 600, 727

September Massacres, 364-5, 390-1

Joel Barlow's report on, 430-1

medal of, 487

James Anderson's views on, 564-5

T. Pinckney's report on, 600

support for in Europe, 613, 624, 625, 678, 764-5, 766, 767,

785-8

support for in U.S., 735-6

opposition to in Europe, 772-3, 777

Freneau, Philip

relations with TJ, 70, 355-7, 359n

clerk in Department of State, 355-6, 359n, 495n

salary, 509

mentioned, 266, 370n, 807n

See also National Gazette

fresco

for Monticello, 616, 640-1, 662

Froullé, Jean François

letter to, 462-3

TJ orders books from, 461, 462-3

Fullerton, Mrs. Valeria

educates Mary Jefferson, 474

fur trade

and retention of western posts by British, 30

British participation in, 31, 728

fusils

in TJ's French accounts, 183

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