Volume 24 Index

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Kames, Henry Home, Lord

Principles of Equity, 81, 469

considered too metaphysical, 108

Kaunitz-Rietburg, Wenzel Anton, Prince

resignation of, 281

Kay, George de

ship attached in Portugal, 547n

Keith, George Skene

criticizes TJ's advocacy of rod-pendulum, 44-5, 64-6, 76

letters to Washington cited, 44-5n

letter from Lear cited, 45n

letter from Washington cited, 45n

Tracts on Weights, Measures, and Coins, 45n

Kellermann, François Christophe

and invasion of Savoy, 785

identified, 788n

Kentucky

admitted to union, 15

boundary with Southwest Territory, 35-6, 563, 598

conflict with Indians in, 69

constitution, 69, 247, 550-1

political affairs, 69

elections in, 259

opposition to excise in, 384n

electoral vote for vice-president, 699n

Kentucky House of Delegates

election of, 118

Kentucky Senate

election of, 118

Keppel, Augustus, 141

Kerr, Charles

and carriage for Monroe, 93

Kerr, P. See Carr, Peter

King (TJ's slave)

work assignment, 413, 414

King, Rufus

and constitution, 428-9

King, Sackville

debt to TJ, 575n

letter to cited, 575n

Kings Co., N.Y.

vote in gubernatorial election, 50, 114

Kinsolving, James

purchases TJ's slaves, 416n

Kippen & Co.

and Peter Jefferson's estate, 268

Knox, Henry

letters to, 109, 146-7

letter from Alexander Dallas cited, 74n

dines with Joseph Brant, 106

and military appointments, 109, 630

land speculation in N.Y., 115

and Patent Board, 126, 683-4

and Burbeck-Quesada dispute, 143n

letter from cited, 143n

and military pensions, 146-7

and organization of town government in Alburgh, 162n

and relations with Southern Indians, 204n, 538n, 674n, 724n

and repeating firearms, 293n

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 317-18, 505,

547-8, 549n

and relations with Western Indians, 318n

and Washington's proclamation on opposition to excise, 385n

and proposed alliance with Great Britain, 549

and peace treaty with Wabash and Illinois Indians, 596n

and attendance in House of Representatives, 623n

and congressional investigation of Arthur St. Clair, 623n

and diplomatic recognition policy, 633

and proposed Indian barrier state, 719n

and British mediation of Indian war, 721

mentioned, 797

Knox, William

letter to, 308

letters from, 389, 484

leave of absence for, 308, 389

letter from cited, 310-11

letter to cited, 339

arrival in Philadelphia, 389

mentioned, 60, 233

Knox, William (Eng.)

Extra Official State Papers, 104, 331n

identified, 104n

works requested by TJ, 119

Koblenz

and French invasion of Austrian Netherlands, 536

and French invasion of Rhineland, 770

Koch, Christian Guillaume

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

Koenig, Amand, 462

Kosciuszko, Thaddeus

claim on U.S., 307n

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