Volume 24 Index

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M

Maastricht, Netherlands

Dumouriez demands passage through, 710

McAllister, Matthew

letter to, 599

and theft of slaves from Martinique, 599, 603

MacCarthy, Eugène

in TJ's French accounts, 180

McCaul, Alexander

and Peter Jefferson's estate, 268

TJ's debt to, 286

relations with TJ, 343

McComb, Mr. See Macomb, Alexander

McDowell, William

transmits Ky. constitution to Washington, 550-1

McGillivray, Alexander

relations with Spain, 316, 480n, 481n

relations with U.S., 480n

and Treaty of New York, 543

treaty with Spain, 549n

mentioned, 438n

McHenry, James

letter to, 662

McIntosh, Alexander

in TJ's French accounts, 178

Mackay, Samuel

letter to, 82-3

seeks position as French instructor, 82-3, 117

MacKay, Mrs. Samuel, 83, 117

McKee, Alexander

and British mediation of Indian war, 719-20n, 729n

MacKenzie, James

as security for Thomas Auldjo, 703

Macomb (McComb), Alexander

deposition on N.Y. gubernatorial campaign, 114-15

land purchase in N.Y., 114-15

Madison, Ambrose, 523

Madison, Bishop James

letter to, 748

mentioned, 432

Madison, James

letters to, 10, 25-6, 50, 90, 105-6, 133-4, 151-2, 214-15,

386, 432, 432-3, 493-4, 716

letters from, 69-71, 118, 121, 134-5, 162-3, 259, 455, 523

defends TJ against Hamilton, xlii, 326, 495n

and congressional corruption, 26, 71

and infractions of peace treaty, 69

and second term for Washington, 70, 71n

and TJ's letter to Hammond, 121

scientific interests, 135

TJ visits, 152, 154, 214-15, 217

and TJ's French accounts, 197n

letter to quoted, 215n

and Constitution, 232

praised by Ceracchi, 232

notes on constitutional convention, 359n

letters from cited, 386n, 433n

maple seeds for, 451, 575

return to Philadelphia, 489, 523, 556-7

and TJ's appointment as secretary of state, 595

and attendance of heads of executive departments in House

of Representatives, 623n

criticism of, 705

and vice-presidential election, 705n

recommends J. W. Johnston for lighthouse keepership, 707n

and Hamilton-Reynolds affair, 751

and loan from Bank of United States, 794n

mentioned, 14, 149, 216n, 474, 477

Madrid

British diplomatic representation in, 377

diplomatic expenses in, 377-8

diplomatic salaries in, 377, 379

Portuguese diplomatic representation in, 377

U.S. diplomatic representation in, 379, 585

Mahomet. See Muhammad

Mahomet Belarosi. See Muhammad Belarosi

Mahomet Proty. See Muhammad Proty

Mainz (Mayence)

captured by French, 536, 624, 768

Maison Carrée (Nîmes)

as model for Blodget's Capitol plan, 205

Málaga, Spain

trade with U.S., 643

Malesherbes, Chrétien Guillaume de Lamoignon de

letter from, 267

recommends Masson family to TJ, 267

death, 268n

Malines, Austrian Netherlands

and French invasion of Austrian Netherlands, 613, 624

Mandeville, David

recommended for clerkship in Department of State, 367n

Mandrillon, Joseph

Mémoires pour servir a l'Histoire de la Révolution

des Provinces-Unies en 1787, 20, 21n

Mangourit, Michel Ange Bernard de

French consul in N.C., S.C., and Ga., 306, 328, 329

Mansfield, Joseph

account with TJ, 412

Mansfield, William Murray, Lord

legal influence of, 38-9

manufactures

TJ's views on, 21

Hamilton's report on, 215, 353

importation from France, 300

maple seeds

for Madison, 451, 575

for TJ, 451, 493, 575

for Washington, 451, 493, 575

Maria (ship)

captured by Algerines, 3

Maria I, Queen of Portugal

health, 90, 144, 287, 348, 670

and case of George De Kay, 547n

birthday celebrated, 777

Maria Luisa, Queen of Spain

relations with Godoy, 669-70

Marie Antoinette, Queen of France

receives G. Morris, 51

and Legislative Assembly, 207

and Brunswick manifesto, 209n

execution of predicted, 336

and September Massacres, 364

assassination of feared, 392

health, 476

obliged to wash son's linen, 476

Marius, John

Advice concerning Bills of Exchange, 157

Marks, Hasting, 24

Marks, Hastings, 24

Marks, Peter

account with TJ, 412

Marseilles, France

trade with U.S., 240, 319-21, 363, 424, 573, 577, 585-6,

587, 589, 622, 632, 723, 759

executions in, 273, 319

revolutionary activities in, 273-5, 304, 319, 320n

bishop of, 274

distrust of merchants in, 275n

letter from mayor and municipality to Washington cited, 320,

573, 577, 585-6, 589, 759

and olive culture in S.C., 344, 451

letter to mayor and municipality, 589

Marshall, James Markham

business trip to England, 668

Marshall, John

Hamilton seeks support of, 133

mentioned, 668n

Marshall, Thomas

letter from, 805

machine for cleaning cotton, 805

identified, 805n

Martens, George Friedrich von

Précis du droit des gens moderne, 338

Recueil des principaux traités, 338

Martin (TJ's slave)

needed at Monticello, 145

Martin, Alexander

letter to, 39

letters from, 321-2, 439

and N.C. land grants in Southwest Territory, 35-6, 39,

321-2, 439, 601, 609, 617-18

and N.C.-Va. boundary, 532

Martin, Benjamin

Philosophia Britannica, 790

Martin, Joseph

and Va. congressional election, 284

and Va.-Southwest Territory boundary, 533n

Martinique, W.I.

stability in, 43

resignation of U.S. consul in, 403

theft of slaves from, 540, 551-2, 599, 603, 693-4

Marvin, Benjamin

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

Mary (TJ's slave)

hired by Thomas Bell, 415

Maryland

stock in Bank of England, 17

affected by Hessian fly, 22

and Federal District, 56, 610, 611n

clay in, 206

satisfied with federal government, 211

opposition to excise in, 384n

reservation for Nanticokes, 390

electoral vote for vice-president, 733, 757

Republicans in, 733

Senate election in, 733

Maryland, treasurer of. See Harwood, Thomas

Maryland Gazette (Baltimore), 437n, 539n

Masagan, Morocco

and piracy, 534

Maskeleyne, Nevil

Tables Requisite to be used with the Nautical Ephemeris, 790

Mason, George

on constitutional convention, 428-9

conversation with TJ, 428-9, 432

and public debt, 429

health, 432

death, 489, 491, 494

Mason, John

and sale of Duval's land, 108-9

collection of Moniteur, 301

mentioned, 339

masons

for Monticello, 605-6

wages for, 606

for Federal District, 683, 749, 750n, 776

functions of in Scotland, 683

for TJ, 702

Massachusetts

laws sent to Department of State, 219

alliance with Va. at constitutional convention, 428

and navigation acts, 428

and slave trade, 428

Republicans in, 623

trade with India, 627-8

electoral vote for vice-president, 757

Massey, Thomas

account with TJ, 412

Masson, Mme.

immigrates to U.S., 267

Masson, M.

immigrates to U.S., 267

Masuyer, Claude Louis

and disorder in Paris, 405

Mathews, Sampson

letter to, 309

Mathurins

and ransom of captives in Algiers, 4

Matra, Mr.

British consul in Morocco, 534

Maubourg-Latour, César, Comte de

in Austrian captivity, 323

Maulde-Hosdan, Max

and émigrés in Netherlands, 241

celebrates Fête de la Féderation, 242

not recognized by Dutch government, 625

recalled to France, 625

remains at The Hague, 679, 708

Maumee Towns

proposed site of U.S. conference with Western Indians, 718

Maury, Fontaine

as security for James Maury, 404

Maury, James

letter to, 619, 619n

letters from, 404, 592, 614, 664, 685

letter printed, 266

letter from cited, 295

accounts, 404

security for, 404

mentioned, 60, 259

Maury, Matthew

letter to, 578

account with TJ, 414n, 573, 578, 598-9, 758

May, Mr.

Va. court clerk, 157

Mayence. See Mainz

Mazzei, Philip

in TJ's French accounts, 186

gun for, 637, 639, 672, 730-1

mentioned, 706

Mease, James

letters from, 86-7, 471

Inaugural Dissertation on the Disease Produced by the Bite of a Mad Dog or Other Rabid Animal, 70, 86

and Hessian fly, 471

mentioned, 71n

meat

price, 97-8

medals

in TJ's French accounts, 182, 183, 187, 193n

of French Revolution, 487

for foreign ministers, 510, 572, 585

medicine

TJ's views on, 501, 704

Meeker, Elihu

prosecuted for arresting Van Berckel's servant, 452-3

Meite, George, 262

melon-apricot

for Hugh Rose, 148

Mémoires des Commissaires (Etienne de Silhouette)

Short unable to procure copy of, 755

Mémoires pour servir a l'Histoire de la Révolution des

Provinces-Unies en 1787 (Joseph Mandrillon)

Provinces-Unies en 1787

received by TJ, 20, 21n

Mentor (ship), 697

Mequinez, Morocco

in Moroccan civil war, 225

Mercer, John F.

letters to, 578, 757-8

letters from, 447, 539, 733-4

reelected to House of Representatives, 437, 494

controversy with Hamilton, 437n, 447, 539, 578

and fugitive slaves in Pa., 447

mercury

as cure for rabies, 86-7

Mercy-Argenteau, Florimund Claude, Comte de

favors constitutional monarchy in France, 558

Meredith, Samuel

and sinking fund, 629

mentioned, 157

Meriwether, Capt.

and Peter Jefferson's estate, 268

debt of estate to TJ, 415

Merlino, M., 762

"Metellus"

pseudonym used by Hamilton, 495n

Metz, France

and allied invasion of France, 336, 525

Miami Towns, 763

Michaux, André

western expedition of, 687-8

Mickle, William

debt to TJ, 575n, 579

letter to cited, 575n

Middleton, Conyers

History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero, 469

Middleton, Henry

letter to, 371

letter from, 10-11

visit to Europe, 10-11, 371, 373

friendship with T. Pinckney, 11

Mifflin, Thomas

letter to, 645-6

letter from, 637n

and fugitive slaves, 447

and Barclay's Lessee v. Proctor, 637n, 645-6

Millar, Mr.

recommended by TJ for postal appointment, 341

Millot, Claude François Xavier

study of recommended by TJ, 577

Minerva (ship)

brings tobacco to Le Havre, 35

mentioned, 247

Mingo (TJ's slave)

work assignment, 414

minister of finance, France. See Clavière, Etienne

minister of foreign affairs, France. See Bonnecarrère,

Guillaume de; Chambonas, Victor Scipion Louis Joseph de la

Garde, Marquis de; Dumouriez, Charles François du Périer;

Lebrun-Tondu, Pierre Henri Hélène Marie; Lessart, Claude

Antoine Valdec de

minister of impositions, France

appointment of expected, 94

minister of interior, France. See Roland de La Platière, Jean Marie

minister of marine, Algiers

favorite of Dey, 7

proposed bribe of, 7

minister of marine, France. See Dubouchage, François

Joseph Gratet, Vicomte; Lacoste, Jean de; Monge, Gaspard

minister of war, Portugal

dispute with Lafões, 90

Mint, U.S.

building for, 48, 89, 95, 104, 205, 668

chief coiner and engraver for, 48, 75, 141, 165-7, 205

and coinage, 48-9, 204-5, 626, 668

workmen for, 63, 74-6, 84, 104, 330, 486, 737-8

assayer for, 75

copper for, 104, 205, 668, 672, 673, 675, 798, 803, 804

and recess appointments, 141, 165-7

money for, 204-5, 668, 671, 673

Ceracchi's drawings for, 233

assigned to Department of State, 505

See also coinage

Mint, U.S., director of. See Rittenhouse, David

Mirabeau, Honoré Gabriel Riquetti, Comte de

work on Christ attributed to, 463

Miscellaneous Works of Colonel Humphreys (David Humphreys)

copyright for, 608n

Mississippi river

British right to navigate, 25-6, 28-9, 32n, 548-9

navigation of, 351-2, 679n, 709

Mitchill, Samuel Latham

and Hessian fly, 471

Outlines of the Doctrines in Natural History, Chemistry,

and Economics, 685

Modern Practice of the High Court of Chancery (Robert Hinde)

ordered by TJ, 469

Mogador, Morocco

and piracy, 534

monarchy

prospects for in U.S., 42, 85, 210, 236-7, 434-5

need for intermediate social ranks in, 53

abolished in France, 424, 441

Hamilton's views on, 607

discrediting of in Europe, 670

Monciel, M.

appointed minister of interior, 94

Monge, Gaspard

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

and U.S. debt to France, 331

Moniteur (Paris)

G. Morris's assessment of, 55

and suppression of Parisian newspapers, 301

monks

restrictions on in Portugal, 90

Monroe, Eliza

health, 91

Monroe, Elizabeth Kortright (Mrs. James Monroe)

visits Gilmer, 57

visits Madison, 70

visits Monticello, 70, 91

health, 91

return to Philadelphia, 556-7, 578

mentioned, 115, 235

Monroe (Munro), James

letters to, 114-15, 385-6

letters from, 91-3, 235-7, 489-90, 655

defends TJ against Hamilton, xlii, 495n

visits Gilmer, 57

and revisal of Va. laws, 70, 91, 235

visits Madison, 70

dissatisfaction with plantation, 91

legal career adversely affected by public service, 91

visits Monticello, 91

and TJ's French accounts, 170

and monarchism, 236-7

and N.Y. gubernatorial election, 236

and Republican party, 236, 237

return to Philadelphia, 448, 455, 489, 523, 556-7, 578

residence in Philadelphia, 489, 490, 494

and weights and measures, 655

physician for, 733n

and Hamilton-Reynolds affair, 751

mentioned, 216n, 259, 367, 374

Mons, Austrian Netherlands

captured by French, 624, 765

Monsieur. See Provence, Louis Stanislas Xavier, Comte de

Montgault, M., 463

Montgomery, Andrew

ransom of, 7

Montgomery, Robert

and captives in Algiers, 144, 145n

Montgomery Co., N.Y.

vote in gubernatorial election, 105, 114

Monticello

corn crop, 33-4

loss of wheat at, 280

weather at, 288

postal service, 289, 359, 448

cotton planting at, 412

produces hemp, 412

TJ's instructions concerning, 412-14

limestone at, 413

livestock at, 414

frost at, 448

trees at, 575

remodeling of, 605-7, 611, 616-17, 622, 640-1, 662, 702

overseer for, 724-6, 727, 779-80

TJ's description of, 724-5

Montomorin de Saint-Hérem, Armand Marc, Comte de

execution of, 365

Montreal

newspapers from sought by TJ, 117

Montucla, Jean Etienne

Histoire des mathematiques, 463

Moore, Capt., 108

Moore, John

debt to William Irvine, 50

Moore, Joseph

letter from, 234-5

and Hessian fly, 234-5

identified, 235n

Morning Chronicle (London)

sent to TJ, 331n

Morocco

treaty with model for proposed Algerine treaty, 6

Barclay's mission to, 66-7, 102, 144, 269-70, 287, 345-6,

388, 430, 534, 619n, 736

civil war in, 67-8, 102, 144, 269-70, 312-13, 345-6, 430,

534, 643, 749, 756, 791

foreign consuls in, 67-8, 225, 270n, 430

relations with Spain, 67, 345, 643

in TJ's French accounts, 179

trade with Gibraltar, 225

British consul in, 313, 345

navy, 313, 345, 430

relations with U.S., 346

duties on mules in, 430

commercial treaty with, 687

Morris, Gouverneur

letters to, 88-9, 222, 484-5, 592-4, 594-5, 800-1

letters from, 46, 50-6, 93-4, 145-6, 207-9, 275-7, 277,

301-5, 307, 313-14, 331-4, 364-5, 404-5, 419-22, 524-30,

762-74

criticism of, 10, 92, 250-4, 430, 516-21, 561, 647-50, 799

packet for, 34

hires servant sought by TJ, 46

letters to cited, 50, 489

and commercial treaty with France, 51, 88, 134, 209, 276, 277n

and French constitution, 51, 254

received by Dumouriez, 51

received by Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, 51

and restrictions on U.S. trade with France, 51, 88, 95

on French Revolution, 52-5, 94, 207-8, 275-7, 301-4, 313-14,

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

on French war with Austria and Prussia, 54-5, 208, 313, 420,

525-8, 764-70

and impressment, 61, 63-4n

and Mint, 75-6, 84, 738

letters from cited, 76, 406, 484

cipher for, 88

and consular accounts, 89

on ministerial changes in France, 93-4, 125, 276

promises to be circumspect, 105

opposes French Revolution, 111, 250-1

arrival in Paris, 122, 137

Washington's concern about, 139

accounts, 145-6

salary, 146, 510, 520-1

secretary for, 146, 442

and plot to rescue Louis XVI, 207-8, 209n

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 208, 275, 304-5, 331-3,

334n, 405n, 419, 484-5, 518, 522n, 524-5, 762

letter to Washington quoted, 209n

and U.S. trade with France, 251-2, 364, 365n, 422

and U.S. debt to France, 254, 275, 304-5, 306n, 331-3, 405n,

484-5, 518-20, 522n, 545, 582-3, 592-3, 633, 647-50, 763,

793, 800-1

introduces Mme. de La Mariniere to TJ, 277, 662

and Va. resolves on French constitution, 294n

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

303-4, 593-4

requests instructions from Washington, 305

instructions to Cathalan, 305n

and U.S. debt to Spain, 305n

and payment of foreign officers, 307-8, 583, 594

remains in Paris, 314, 333, 405n, 524, 561

and diplomatic recognition policy, 332, 524, 593, 800

accused of concealing arms, 333

French displeasure with, 334n

on September Massacres, 364-5

letter to quoted, 371n

appointed minister to France, 382, 490, 516-18, 522n

and Lafayette's captivity, 402, 420, 422n, 426-7, 525, 600

threatens to leave France, 405n

and constitution, 428-9

letter from Washington, 440

irregular correspondence with TJ, 484

outfit, 510, 572

relations with R. Morris, 516, 649

payment to, 571

expenses, 572

letter from Washington cited, 590n

possible appointment as Secretary of State, 682, 753

and relations between Great Britain and Spain, 738

and war with Western Indians, 763

on French Army, 764, 768-9

on proposed French invasion of Netherlands, 766-7

on British Indian policy, 772

and treaty of alliance with France, 773-4

and consular security, 775

and relations with France, 793

and rate of exchange in France, 801

mentioned, 138, 242, 260, 298, 324, 330, 338, 425, 476, 536,

677, 679, 708, 710, 752

Morris, Robert

and vice-presidential bid by George Clinton, 50

and sale of cargo for Derieux, 110

in TJ's French accounts, 183

and Currie v. Griffin, 500

relations with G. Morris, 516, 649

mentioned, 467, 507

Mott, Joseph, Jr.

and organization of town government in Alburgh, 220n

Mott, Samuel

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

Mounier, Jean Joseph

Recherches sur les causes qui ont empêché les

François de devenir libres, 457

mountain land

TJ's notes on for Washington, 96

Mount Cenis, 785

Mountflorence, James Cole

recommends James Anderson, 423

Mount Tenda, 785

Mount Vernon

postal service, 359

Moustier, Elénore François Elie, Comte de

criticizes Calonne, 558

Muhammad

birthday celebrated in Morocco, 269

Muhammad Belarosi

in Moroccan civil war, 643, 749

Muhammad ibn Uthman, Dey of Algiers

and ransom of captives in Algiers, 4, 5

Muhammad Proty

in Moroccan civil war, 643

Muhlenberg, Frederick Augustus Conrad

and Hamilton-Reynolds affair, 751

Mulbery, Col. (Nanticoke Indian chief), 390

Mulbery, Mrs. (Nanticoke Indian queen), 390

mules

duties on in Morocco, 430

Muley Ischem

in Moroccan civil war, 67, 102, 225, 270, 312, 345, 534,

643, 749

character of, 270

proclaimed emperor of Morocco, 270

relations with U.S., 430, 534

Muley Slema

in Moroccan civil war, 225, 345, 430, 643, 756

Muley Suliman

and foreign consuls, 67-8, 270n

in Moroccan civil war, 67, 102, 224-5, 269-70, 312, 345,

430, 534, 643, 756

relations with Spain, 67-8

relations with U.S., 430, 534

Muley Yezid

death, 345, 430

prevented from attacking U.S. shipping, 360

in Moroccan civil war, 643

Mulligan, Mr. See Mullikin, Samuel

Mullikin (Mulligan), Samuel

proposed stonecutting mill, 699-700

machine for cutting stone, 731-2, 735n

patent for, 732n

Mullins, Henry

letter to, 417

and lease of Elk Hill, 417

mentioned, 807

Munich

British diplomatic representation in, 378

Munro, Mr. See Monroe, James

Münster, Treaty of

and navigation of Scheldt, 679n

Murray, William

letter from, 706

appointed attorney general of Ky., 706

identified, 706-7n

resigns as U.S. district attorney in Ky., 706

Murray, William Vans

letter from, 389-90

sends Nanticoke vocabulary to TJ, 389-90

Musical Magazine (Andrew Law)

copyright for, 691

Muter, George

political prospects in Ky., 69

appointed judge in Ky., 259

mutton

market for in Va., 96

for TJ, 412

favored by TJ over pork, 725

Myers, Mr., 744

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