Volume 24 Index

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J

jack (donkey), 706, 757

Jackson, William

mission to Netherlands, 230

and case of John de Neufville, 231

Jacobins

headed by Bordeaux deputies, 54

seek to excite tumult in Paris, 93

influence on ministry, 94

opposition to, 94, 138, 139n, 271, 768

praised by TJ, 134

conflict with royal court, 207

Ceracchi's comments on, 233

influence on Legislative Assembly, 276

alleged plans to flee to America, 277

conflict with Feuillants, 303

Prussian influence on, 394

radicalism of, 396

Republicans equated with, 697

conflict with National Convention, 770

overture to Dumouriez, 770

support for in Paris, 770

mentioned, 420

Jamaica, W.I.

settlement with insurrectionary slaves in, 85, 86n

Jame boy (TJ's slave)

sale of, 408, 410

James, Dr. Robert

and cure for rabies, 87

Jarvis, Leonard

and Union Bank, 120

Jaudenes, Josef de

letters to, 142-3, 156, 203, 552-3

letters from, 129-30, 163, 213-14, 541-2

portrait by Stuart, xlii-xliii, 404 (illus.)

and theft of slaves from East Fla., 129-30, 156, 312

letter from cited, 129n

registers servants, 129n

and Burbeck-Quesada dispute, 163

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 203, 213-14,

317-18, 541-3, 547-8, 549n, 552-3, 562-3, 566

extract of letter from Carondelet, 543, 566

letter to cited, 566

Jay, John

and ransom of captives in Algiers, 9n

gubernatorial campaign in N.Y., 50, 105, 114, 115

and TJ's French accounts, 170, 177, 195, 197n, 199n

sent copy of Panopticon, 331n

and U.S. debt to France, 495n, 496, 497n

and sinking fund, 629-30

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

negotiations with Aranda, 712

Jefferson, George, 411n, 506

Jefferson, Jane (TJ's sister)

visits Bizarre, 512

Jefferson, Jane Randolph (TJ's mother)

estate, 266, 286

Jefferson, John Garland

letters to, 81-2, 415-16, 577

letters from, 38-9, 297-8, 349-50, 506-7, 588-9, 631-2

legal education, 38-9, 81-2, 297-8, 506-7, 577

health, 349

account with TJ, 414n, 506-7, 573, 577, 588-9, 598-9, 631-2, 758

TJ unable to visit, 415

Jefferson, Mary (Maria, Polly, TJ's daughter)

education, 14, 111, 474

correspondence with sister, 43, 111, 634, 741

Sunday visits to TJ, 474

health, 557, 610, 658, 704, 741

mentioned, 372, 544, 744

Jefferson, Peter (TJ's father)

estate, 265-6, 268

Jefferson, Randolph (TJ's brother)

letter to, 416

and sale of TJ's slaves, 416, 473

Jefferson, Thomas

Agriculture

economic importance of, 21

notes on Arthur Young, 95-8

experiment with sheep, 98

seeks model of threshing machine, 119

deficiency of crops, 415

and olive culture in S.C., 451-2, 688-91

and rotation of crops, 501

and machine for cleaning cotton, 745, 805

Architecture

submits anonymous design for President's House, 159n

Art

and seal for Va. chancery court, 101, 224, 248-9, 373-4

collection of paintings, 154, 540

interest in fine arts, 540

fresco for Monticello, 616, 640, 662

Business and Financial Affairs

settlement of French accounts, xli, 169-200

(editorial note and documents), 466, 667

sale of tobacco, 14, 39-40, 207, 222, 272-3, 280, 367,

374, 409, 467

Wayles estate debt, 22, 68, 145, 246, 264-5, 366,

408-9, 416, 473-4, 573, 575, 576, 579, 656, 706,

756-7, 758, 788

debt to John Dobson, 39-40, 68, 71-2, 73, 417, 788

account with Van Staphorst & Hubbard, 73, 246, 466, 754

sale of wheat, 82, 412, 414, 512

account with Adam Lindsay, 110

account with Pierre Guide, 246-7

account with James Brown, 263, 367, 374, 415, 573, 577,

578, 598-9, 723, 758

and Peter Jefferson's estate, 265-6, 268, 286

reluctance to use Bank of United States, 288

debt from Barret, 385-6

sells slaves, 408-9, 416, 473-4

account with Benjamin Calvert, 412

account with David Wood, 412

account with John Henderson's executors, 412

account with John Quarles, 412

account with Joseph Mansfield, 412

account with Peter Marks, 412

account with Thomas Massey, 412

account with Hierome Gaines, 413, 414n, 415

account with Henry Guy, 414n, 415

account with J. G. Jefferson, 414n, 506-7, 573, 577,

588-9, 598, 631-2, 758

account with Matthew Maury, 414n, 573, 578, 598, 758

account with Nicholas Lewis, 414n

account with Thomas Bell, 414n, 415, 741

account with Donald & Co., 417

account with Donald, Scott & Co., 417

account with Richard Anderson, 417

sues Robert Lewis, Jr., 417

sues Samuel Woodson, 417

account with Donald & Burton, 461, 462, 467, 592, 726, 790

account with Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard, 466

and Short's finances, 490

account with Clow & Co., 573, 598, 758

account with John Bolling, Jr., 573

account with Isaac Winfrey, 575

account with Joseph Dickerson, 575

account with Daniel B. Perron, 575n

account with Edmund Cobbs, 575n

account with James Penn, 575n

account with John Callaway, 575n

account with John Christian, 575n

account with John Clark, 575n

account with John Depriest, 575n

account with Robert Hawkins, 575n

account with Sackville King, 575n

account with William Harris, 575n

account with William Mickle, 575n, 579

account with David Ross, 579

account with George Reveley, 579

account with Reuben Smith, 579

account with Robert Wilson, 579

account with Joseph Donath, 622

endorses John Page's note, 638-9

account with Benjamin S. Barton, 756

debt to Richard Dobson, 788

account with Joseph Fenwick, 795

Character

aversion to newspaper disputes, 387

reluctance to be publicly associated with slave sales, 409

praise of, 427

Economic Theories

on public credit, 20-1, 554

on manufactures, 21

on public debt, 26, 211, 355, 386, 435, 692

on alternative to Bank of United States, 152

Educational Theories

on study of French, 82

on study of Greek, 577

on study of history, 577

Law

on entailed estates, 46-7

on legal education, 81-2

on wasteland, 107-8

lack of familiarity with, 148

and Leigh v. West, 370-1

on U.S. violations of law of nations, 693-6

Library

receives books from James Lackington, 41

to be transported to Va., 461

orders books from Froullé, 461, 462-3, 467

orders books from Alexander Donald, 469, 726

Minister to France

settlement of accounts as, xli, 169-200 (editorial

note and documents), 466, 667

and U.S. debt to France, 494, 495n, 496-7

Opinions

on friendship, 111

on medicine, 501, 704

Personal Affairs

seeks to hire servant, 46

and assistant for Needler Robinson, 76, 267

and J. G. Jefferson's education, 81-2, 297-8, 577

and Peter Carr's education, 108

visits Monticello, 136, 152, 153, 154, 207, 213,

214-15, 217, 218, 221, 222, 223, 226

invited to Mount Vernon, 238

and Seche-Petit dispute, 294-5

seeks to purchase horse, 340, 341, 387

return to Philadelphia, 351, 367, 372-4, 403-4, 443

wine for, 462, 468, 795

and Short's finances, 478-9

and Dabney Carr's education, 578

Political Theories

on corruption, 26, 85, 211, 353, 355, 435

on monarchism in U.S., 42, 85

on elective government, 50, 357

on reform of government, 215

on Va. constitution, 351

on bill of rights, 354-5

on Constitution, 354-5

on presidency, 355

on interfering with elections, 367-8

on capital punishment, 432-3

on federal authority to create banks, 432-3

on federal authority to create corporations, 432-3

on illegitimacy of Bank of United States, 432-3

on treason, 432-3

on diplomatic recognition, 593, 632-3, 793, 800, 802, 803

on incompetence of federal government to legislate on

inheritances, 626-7

on general welfare clause, 694

on priority of agricultural interest in U.S., 722

on Congress as best judge of public opinion, 783

on will of nation as source of legitimacy, 802, 803

Religion

on need for freedom in, 354-5

Residences

house in Philadelphia, 714, 746-7

Scientific Interests

investigates Hessian fly, xli, 11-13, 83

weights and measures, xliii, 44-5, 64-6, 781-5

cure for rabies, 86-7

telescopes, 287-8, 790

weather diary, 288

Indian languages, 390

measuring instrument for longitude, 478

Samuel Dorr's machine for shearing cloth, 511

Joseph G. Chambers's plan for repeating firearms, 580

pearl ash production, 614, 658-60, 661

potash production, 614, 658-60, 661, 715-16

André Michaux's western expedition, 687-8

Samuel Mullikin's stonecutting machine, 731-2, 734-5

drawing of mill for sawing and polishing stone, 732

globes, 790

orrery, 790

machine for raising water, 792, 808-9

Secretary of State

conflict with Hamilton, xlii, 132n, 211, 216n, 317,

318-19n, 326, 352-7, 435, 494-500, 557, 638

criticism of, xlii, 544, 705

and Washington's proclamation on opposition to excise,

xlii, 383-5, 403-4

and weights and measures, xliii, 44-5, 64-6, 139, 758, 781-5

and ransom of captives in Algiers, 3-5, 6-7, 66-7, 547

and relations with Algiers, 3-9, 66-7

and proposed treaty with Algiers, 5-6

and proposed naval blockade of Algiers, 8

and infractions of peace treaty, 10, 25-32, 37,

69, 803

urges Washington to serve second term, 10, 26, 210,

358, 432, 434

negotiations with Hammond, 18-20, 25-32, 69

policy toward Indians, 29-30

plans to retire, 33, 258, 340, 351, 358, 372-4,

388, 417, 434, 490, 574, 578, 586, 594-5, 596, 616,

619, 621, 636, 656, 657, 676, 696, 724-5, 745, 756-7

and Southwest Territory, 35-6, 39, 219-20, 229, 563,

598, 601, 609, 617-18

and relations with France, 42, 88-9, 328, 353-4, 580,

589, 632-3, 793, 800-2

and Federal District, 45, 47-8, 56, 107, 120n, 154,

212, 217-18, 264, 266, 269, 289, 306, 315, 328, 610,

612, 613, 731-2, 734-5, 749, 760, 776

and Mint, 48, 63, 74-6, 84, 89, 95, 104, 141, 165-7,

204-5, 486, 505, 626, 668, 671, 673, 675, 755, 798,

802-3, 804 (see also Mint, U.S.)

and case of William Green, 57-8, 63, 730

and appointment of chief clerk, 58-9

and relations with Great Britain, 59-63, 104, 353-4,

547-8, 717-20, 803

and impressment, 61-2

and case of John Brown Cutting, 63

and case of Philip Wilson, 63

and Barclay's mission to Algiers, 66-7, 472-3, 616, 802

and British policy toward Indians, 85

and Saint-Domingue slave revolt, 85

and commercial treaty with France, 88, 134, 300, 492

and commercial treaty with Great Britain, 88

and French Revolution, 101, 134

dines with Joseph Brant, 106

and federal support for geological research, 109

and case of John de Neufville, 110

and Northwest Territory, 112, 219-20, 229, 541, 604, 605

and registers of French vessels, 112n, 117-18

and French war with Austria and Prussia, 117, 263, 278,

328, 329, 744-5, 757, 793

interest in Canada, 117

and map of South America, 119

and immunity from arrest of servants of diplomats,

125-6, 149-50, 157-8, 223-4

and desalination of sea water, 126

and Patent Board, 126, 683-4 (see also Patent

Board, U.S.; patents)

and recess appointments, 141, 165-7

and Burbeck-Quesada dispute, 142-3, 163

and Pagan v. Hooper, 142, 220, 221, 225-6

and relations with Spain, 142-3, 203-4, 213-14, 285,

351-2, 479-81, 547-9, 552-3, 562-3, 565-8, 587, 590

and clearance form for French vessels, 149, 165

and theft of slaves from East Fla., 155-6

and dispute over organization of town government in

Alburgh, 160-2, 164, 165, 168, 202-3, 218-19, 220,

221, 222, 223, 248, 269, 296-7, 310-11

and relations with Southern Indians, 203-4, 213-14,

479-81, 595, 596, 616, 674, 745

and reform of national government, 215

and relations with Western Indians, 221, 222, 223, 472,

483, 485, 587, 595, 596, 616, 717-20, 728-30, 745

and appointment of minister to France, 252, 490

urged to continue as, 258, 340, 705

and dispute over enforcement of Navigation Act, 278-9, 311

and Va. resolves on French constitution, 293-4

and consular service, 308, 483

and proposed consular convention with Prussia, 309-10, 311

and Washington's annual message to Congress, 318, 359,

486, 551, 552, 553-4, 567-8

Hamilton's newspaper attacks on, 326, 354-7, 359n,

494-500, 557

and French consular appointments, 328, 329, 530-1

and relations with National Gazette, 355-7, 495n

and relations with Gazette of the United States, 356

and relations with General Advertiser, 356

and Barclay's mission to Morocco, 388

and Bank of United States, 432-3

and case of Blow & Milhado, 472-3, 476-7

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 484-5, 627, 632-3, 636,

652-4, 801

and U.S. debt to France, 484-5, 545, 592-3, 633, 793, 800-1, 802

and U.S. violations of law of nations, 486, 552, 693-6

and proposed convention with France for abolition of privateering, 492

and Department of State expenses, 498-9, 508-10, 583-5

and sinking fund, 500-1, 628-30

and relations with Denmark, 504-5

and Post Office, 505

and case of Renown, 508

salary, 509

and appointment of minister to Great Britain, 522n

and Lafayette's captivity, 538-9

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 547-9,

552-3, 562-3, 565-8, 587, 590

opposes alliance with Great Britain, 549

and Ky. constitution, 550-1

and theft of slaves from Martinique, 551-2, 603

and Dutch loan to U.S., 556

and Ky.-Southwest Territory boundary, 563, 598

and Va.-Southwest Territory boundary, 563, 598

and Department of State accounts, 568-72

and auditing of special Department of State accounts,

569, 686-7

and trade with Marseilles, 573, 577, 586, 589, 599,

622, 632, 723, 759

appointment as, 574, 594-5

and Short's reception by Dutch government, 579

and trade with France, 586, 593

and trade with Great Britain, 586

and proposed commercial treaty between Portugal and

Naples, 587-8

and case of Illustrious President, 590, 619n

and diplomatic recognition policy, 593, 632-3, 800,

801n, 802, 803

and revocation of Bonnecarrère's appointment as

minister to U.S., 593-4

and case of Stephen Sayre, 615-16

and legal status of foreign consuls in U.S., 620

and attendance of heads of executive departments in

House of Representatives, 623, 639, 696

and consular appointments, 627-8, 642, 660-1, 684-5, 686

and proposed assistance for Cointeraux, 634-5

and impropriety of presidential submission of

petitions to Congress, 635

and John Carey's proposed edition of Revolutionary

military letters, 642

and Michaux's western expedition, 687-8

and public debt, 692, 810-11

and legislative references to heads of executive

departments, 696

electoral vote as for vice-president, 699n

and bankruptcy bill, 716, 722, 757-8

and British mediation of Indian war, 717-20, 721,

728-30, 750

and Washington's proclamation on Ga. hostilities with

Cherokees, 724

and trade with Saint-Domingue, 742-3, 745-6, 801

and Hamilton-Reynolds affair, 751

and French exchange rate, 801

and payment of French consular salaries, 807-8

and British reinforcements for Canada, 808

Virginia Estate

overseer for Monticello, 586, 656, 713-14, 724-6, 727,

779-80

remodeling of Monticello, 605-7, 611, 616-17, 622,

640-1, 662, 702

See also Elk Hill; Monticello; Poplar Forest

Writings

“Anas,” 26-31, 210-11, 428-9, 433-5, 547-9, 607-8,

632-3, 638, 717-18, 721, 728, 743-5, 750, 751, 793-4,

802, 808

Reports on the Proceedings of the Northwest Territory,

29-30, 541

Note of Agenda to Reduce the Government to True

Principles, 215

Report on Petition of John de Neufville, 664-6

Opinion on Offenses against the Law of Nations, 693-6

Jeffery, Aaron (master of Bowman), 723, 759n

Jemappes, Austrian Netherlands

French victory at, 765, 766

Jenisei river. See Yenisei river

Jenkinson, Robert Banks

visits allied army, 260, 261n

jenny (donkey)

purchased for TJ, 706

mentioned, 757

John (TJ's slave)

hired by Benjamin Calvert, 413

John Marie Joseph Louis, Prince of Brazil

clerical influence over, 90

and disturbances in Lisbon, 90

satisfied with Dr. Willis, 144

distrust of, 287

and case of George De Kay, 546

mentioned, 777

Johnny (TJ's slave)

work assignment, 413

Johns, Richard

and pearl ash production, 614

and potash production, 614, 658-9, 716

Johnson, Joshua

letter to, 619, 619n

letter from, 453-5

and case of William Green, 58

and case of Capt. Smith, 441-2

accounts, 454

consular security, 454, 455n

threatens to resign as consul in London, 454, 455n

mentioned, 60, 736

Johnson, Thomas

letters to, 45, 56, 212, 264, 612-13, 776

letters from, 16, 159

and Federal District, 296n, 346, 613

See also Federal District Commissioners

Johnston, John Waller

letter from, 707

applies for lighthouse keepership, 707, 713

identified, 707n

Jones, Mrs. (Pa.)

complaint about foreign consuls, 620

Jones, John

letter to, 790

identified, 790n

mentioned, 152, 154, 217

Jones, John Paul

letter to, 3-9

mission to Algiers, 3-9, 59, 66-7, 131

cipher for, 8

commissions for, 8, 9n

consul in Algiers, 8, 66-7

death, 9n, 283, 601n, 619n, 736, 802

letter to cited, 66-7

Jones, Jonathan, 760n

Jones, Joseph, 637, 639

Jones, Samuel, Jr.

letter to, 685

identified, 685n

Jones, Walter

Madison visits, 70

Jones, William (Bristol)

and Wayles estate debt, 68, 576

Jones v. Walker

delay in, 28, 36-7

Jordan, Col.

and sale of Rose's land, 372-3

Joseph (TJ's servant), 262

Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor

opposition to clerical influence in Austrian Netherlands, 764

Journal des Débats

sent to TJ, 405n, 559

Journal des Jacobins (Paris)

G. Morris's assessment of, 56

Joy, Benjamin

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

letter to cited, 660-1n

letter from cited, 661n

letter to Washington cited, 661n

Judiciary Act

and U.S. violations of law of nations, 694, 702-3

Judy (TJ's slave)

free to accompany children sold by TJ, 408

sale of, 408, 410

Jülich

relations with France, 773

Juno (ship), 266, 295

Jupiter (TJ's slave)

work assignment, 413

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