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Pache, Jean Nicolas

opposes ministry, 770

packet boats

delayed at Harwich, 123

Pagan, Thomas

appeal to Supreme Court, 142, 220, 221, 225-6, 326

Page, John

letter from, 638-9

letter from cited, 367n

recommends David Mandeville for clerkship in Department of

State, 367n

note endorsed by TJ, 638-9

sells land, 638-9

sells slaves, 638-9

letter from quoted, 639n

Page, Mann

letter to, 639

Paine, Elijah

and organization of town government in Alburgh, 160n

Paine, Thomas

letter to, 99

recommended by TJ, 357

in National Convention, 431, 727n

convicted of seditious libel in Great Britain, 727

Rights of Man, 727n

Paisley, Mr., 73

Palatinate, Germany

as source of labor for Federal District, 47-8

relations with France, 208

Paleske, Charles Gottfried

letter to, 309-10

letters from, 99-100, 285

identified, 100-1n

letters from cited, 100-1n, 311

and proposed consular convention with Prussia, 100, 285,

309-10, 311

exequatur for, 285

letter to cited, 339

palmetto

as sheathing for boats, 650-2

Panic of 1792

TJ's views on, 20-1

mentioned, 407

Panopticon (Jeremy Bentham)

sent to J. Jay, 331n

sent to TJ, 331n

sent to Washington, 331n

Panton, William

partnership with McGillivray, 316

relations with Southern Indians, 480n, 538, 549n

Papal States

and invasion of Savoy, 786

Paradise, John

business affairs in Va., 80, 116-17, 372

letter from quoted, 372n

Paradise, Lucy Ludwell (Mrs. John Paradise)

letter to, 372

business affairs in Va., 80, 372

letter from cited, 80

Parent, M.

in TJ's French accounts, 185

Paris

mayor of (see Pétion, Jérôme)

U.S. bankers in (see Grand, Ferdinand; Grand & Cie.)

king as protector of, 54

taxes in, 54

Jacobins in, 93, 770

crisis in, 138, 242

in TJ's French accounts, 180

U.S. embassy in, 194

political divisions in, 260

and dethronement of king, 272, 298

Lafayette's unpopularity in, 276

calm in, 301

newspapers in suppressed, 301, 303

violations of ambassadorial rights in, 314

radicalism in, 324

arrests in, 325

special criminal court in, 325, 336

search for arms in, 333

and allied invasion of France, 336, 391

diplomatic precedence in, 375, 514

British diplomatic representation in, 377, 378

diplomatic salaries in, 377, 378, 379

Portuguese diplomatic representation in, 377

U.S. diplomatic representation in, 378-9, 585

exchange rate, 441

French generals forbidden to return to, 503

Paris, Treaty of. See Peace Treaty, Definitive (1783); Peace Treaty, Provisional (1782)

Parker, Daniel

and Short's business affairs, 681

Parker, Josiah

letter from, 325

and case of Blow & Milhado, 325

letter to cited, 477n

return to Philadelphia, 523

Parker, Robert

certificate on behalf of Joseph G. Chambers, 645n

Parlements, France

and Brunswick manifesto, 271

Parliamentary Register

requested by TJ, 62

Parma

minister to France (see Bailli de Virieu, M. le)

relations with France, 426

Passy, France, 523

Patent Board, U.S.

and William Pollard's cotton spinning machine, 126

clerical fees, 487, 509-10

Oliver Evans's petition to, 683-4

schedule of, 741

mentioned, 580

patents

for William Pollard, 126n

for Joseph G. Chambers, 293n

for Samuel Dorr, 511n

for John Clarke, 605n

act for, 683-4

for Samuel Mullikin, 732n

Paterson, William

and case of J. L. H. Hinrichsen, 627-8n

letter from quoted, 627-8n

letter to cited, 627-8n

Patriote français (Paris)

G. Morris's assessment of, 56

Patriotic party, Netherlands

strength of, 242

supports French, 559, 766, 767

Patterson, William

ransom of, 7

Pavia, University of, 787

Peace Treaty, Definitive (1783)

infractions of, 10, 17-18, 25-32, 69, 803

and payment of debts to British, 10

and British right to navigate Mississippi, 28-9

and U.S.-Canadian boundary, 28-9

Peace Treaty, Provisional (1782)

secret article on Ga. boundary, 29

Peale, Charles Willson

museum of, 598n, 676

Pearce, William

letter to, 745

letter from, 805

machine for cleaning cotton, 745, 805

identified, 805n

pearl ash

production of, 614, 658-60, 661

peas

cultivation in Va., 83

Pendleton, Edmund

Va. court clerk, 157

Pendleton, John

auditor in Va., 366n

Penn, James

debt to TJ, 575n

letter to cited, 575n

Pennsylvania

opposition to excise in, xlii, 210, 383-5, 403-4

and Hessian fly, 22, 83, 103

laws of sought for Department of State, 74, 84

and navigation acts, 428

and slave trade, 428

voting pattern in constitutional convention, 428

and gradual emancipation of slaves, 447n

French consul in, 530-1

congressional elections in, 556-7, 623

Republicans in, 623

electoral vote for vice-president, 699n, 757

Pennsylvania, governor of. See Mifflin, Thomas

Pennsylvania General Assembly

and French Revolution, 293

Pennsylvania House of Representatives

letter to Speaker of, 84

Pensacola, Treaty of

held to nullify Treaty of New York, 543

places Creeks under Spanish protection, 567n

Pensacola, West Fla.

proposed Spanish conference with Southern Indians at, 316,

480n, 549n

Penthièvre, Louis Jean Marie de Bourbon, Duc de, 277, 662

Perron, Daniel B.

debt to TJ, 575n

letter to cited, 575n

Peter (TJ's slave)

sale of, 409

skill as shoemaker, 409

work assignment, 414n

Peter, Sir John

and case of William Green, 58

"Peter Porcupine"

pseudonym used by William Cobbett, 555n

Pétion, Jérôme

and dethronement of king, 298

opposition to in Paris, 365

Petit, Adrien

letter to, 294

letter from, 262

and TJ's stores, 153, 154

in TJ's French accounts, 185, 186

accused of sodomy, 262, 294-5, 326-7, 340, 365

mentioned, 213

Peuchen, Jean Jacques

in TJ's French accounts, 187

Pfeiffer, George

salary, 509

Philadelphia

British consul in (see Bond, Phineas)

French instruction in, 82, 117

weather in, 135, 288

Dutch diplomatic representation in, 376

British diplomatic representation in, 378

postal service, 448

wages for masons in, 606

currency in, 607-8

Philip. See Ducombe, Philippe

Phill (TJ's slave)

work assignment, 413

Philosophia Britannica (Benjamin Martin), 790

Phoenix (ship), 599

phonetic spelling

Joseph G. Chambers's plan for, 290

piastre

value of, 196

Pickens, Andrew

proposed conference with Chickasaws and Choctaws, 316

Pickering, Timothy

letter to, 341

and postal service, 286

and postal appointments, 341

appointed postmaster general, 505

Pigeon river, 321, 439

Pigott, Robert

and purchase of U.S. securities, 112-13, 146

Pigou (ship), 325n, 331n, 347, 619n

Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth

letters to, 451-2, 691

letters from, 344-5, 615

and olive culture in S.C., 344, 451-2, 615, 689, 690, 691

Pinckney, Elizabeth Motte (Mrs. Thomas Pinckney), 153

Pinckney, Thomas

letters to, 43, 59, 59-63, 74-6, 119, 153, 223, 472-3, 511,

590, 596, 615-16, 646, 668, 696-7, 730, 802-4

letters from, 282-3, 329-30, 346-7, 406, 441-2, 591, 600-1,

735-40, 743

and J. P. Jones's mission to Algiers, 3, 7, 59, 66-7

friendship with Henry Middleton, 11

prepares for London mission, 20

letter from E. Rutledge quoted, 38n

letters from cited, 38n, 331n, 610

leaves Philadelphia, 41, 101

and watch for William B. Giles, 42

introduced to Alexander Donald, 43, 343

and Hore Browe Trist's inheritance, 47

favors elective government, 50, 435

and case of William Green, 57-8, 63, 700, 730

account with Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard, 59, 61, 71-2,

153, 157, 330, 673, 675, 740

commission for, 59

instructions from TJ, 59-63

and consular accounts, 60, 404, 454

expenses, 60-1, 572

and impressment, 61-2, 329-30, 441-2, 600-1, 739

secretary for, 61, 330

cipher for, 62

and case of John Brown Cutting, 63

and case of Philip Wilson, 63, 330, 442, 600-1, 697, 738

and Mint, 63, 74-6, 84, 673, 675, 737-8, 798, 803

letters of credence for, 63n, 283

and Barclay's mission to Algiers, 66-7, 283, 330, 600, 737,

791, 802

and TJ's debt to Dobson, 68

and map of South America, 119

and model of threshing machine for TJ, 119

arrival in London, 282-3

reception by British government, 282-3, 591, 735

letter to cited, 327

and Stephen Sayre's request for secretarial appointment,

347, 615-16

appointed minister to Great Britain, 382, 517, 522n

and Lafayette's captivity, 402, 422n, 426-7, 525, 600, 739

praise of, 430

and case of Capt. Smith, 441-2, 600-1

and trade with Great Britain, 465

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

outfit, 510, 572, 740

salary, 510

payment to, 571

and case of Illustrious President, 590

introduces William Weston to TJ, 591

on French Revolution, 600

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

relations with George III, 735, 736

and British court, 736

relations with Charlotte Sophia, 736

relations with Polish minister to Great Britain, 736

relations with Prussian minister to Great Britain, 736

and relations between Great Britain and Spain, 738

and relations between Great Britain and France, 739, 743

letter from quoted, 743n

and olive culture in S.C., 795

and diplomatic recognition policy, 802, 803

mentioned, 88, 95, 333, 338, 383n, 421, 465, 549, 594, 621,

772, 801n, 804, 808

Pine, Mary (Mrs. Robert Edge Pine)

travels to England, 14

Pintard, John

resigns from Department of State, 356

Pintard, John M.

letter to, 619, 619n

letter from cited, 433n

and case of Illustrious President, 590, 619n

Pinto de Sousa Coutinho, Luis, Chevalier de

and proposed commercial treaty with Naples, 545-6

and case of George De Kay, 546, 547n

lack of intelligence about Spain, 669

health, 777

pitch

French restrictions on import of, 88

Pitt, William

and public debt, 386

and Noël's mission, 425-6

and case of Philip Wilson, 697

mentioned, 261n

Pittsylvania Co., Va.

votes in congressional election, 284

Pizani, Chevalier de

leaves France, 314

Place du Carrousel

place of execution in Paris, 325

"Plain Facts." See Hamilton, Alexander, "Fair Play"

letter attributed to

Plain Truth (James Chalmers)

attributed to Hamilton, 638

plank

for TJ, 412, 413

Plan of the City of Washington, 120n

Platt, Richard

and sale of U.S. securities, 113

Pleasants, Samuel

educational plans, 49

Pleasants, Thomas, Jr.

letter to cited, 309

Pleas of the Crown (Sir Matthew Hale)

ordered by TJ, 469

Plumard de Bellanger, Mme.

letters from, 110-11, 374

on Lafayette's unpopularity, 121

letter from cited, 389

Pointe-au-Fer

retention by British, 161n, 164

Poland

invaded by Russia, 41, 55, 138, 243, 280, 287, 337, 401, 644

constitution, 55, 138, 348

relations with Austria, 138, 526

relations with Prussia, 138, 503, 526

partition of, 243, 337, 401, 536

grain supply, 421

relations with Russia, 526

crop shortages in, 775

Polignac, Yolande Martine Gabrielle de Polastron, Duchesse de,526

Political State of Europe

sent to TJ, 331n

Political Survey of the Present State of Europe (Eberhard August Wilhelm von Zimmermann)

cited by TJ, 106-7

Pollard, William

letter from, 126

cotton spinning machine, 126

identified, 126n

patent for, 126n

Pollock, John (master of Grand Duke), 723, 759

Polly (ship), 360n

Ponte de Lima, Marquis de

influence of, 287

Poole, England

trade with U.S., 285

Pope, Nathaniel

letter to, 417-18

as attorney for TJ, 417-18

Poplar Forest (TJ's plantation)

tobacco crop, 263, 368, 467, 512

overseer at, 279-80

sale of slaves at, 408-9, 473-4

frost at, 448, 512

mentioned, 373

Porcupine's Gazette (Philadelphia)

edited by William Cobbett, 555n

pork

impact of on Monticello, 725

portage

in TJ's French accounts, 176, 180, 196

Porte. See Turkey

Portofino, Italy, 786

Portsmouth, Va.

and case of Renown, 507-8

Portugal

minister to U.S. (see Freire, Cypriano Ribeiro, Chevalier)

proportion of public debt to revenue, 106

and French Revolution, 144, 777

colonies of, 287

succession to throne of, 287

trade with U.S., 287, 547n, 682

proposed commercial treaty with Naples, 349, 545-6, 587-8

diplomatic representation policy, 376, 515

proposed commercial treaty with, 492n, 547n, 587

administrative laxity in, 546

unequal treatment of U.S. citizens in, 547n

need for flour, 587, 663

return of naval squadron from Naples, 643

trade with Great Britain, 670

See also Humphreys, David

postage

in TJ's French accounts, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 181,

182, 183

Post Office, U.S.

assigned to Department of Treasury, 505

mentioned, 734, 758

potash

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

potatoes

cultivation in Va., 83

and rotation of crops, 501

TJ plans to grow at Monticello, 725

Potocki, Mr.

and Russian invasion of Poland, 280

Potomac river

and fur trade, 31

Potts, Richard

elected Senator from Md., 733

pound sterling

value of, 196, 199n

Poupard, James

and seal for Va. chancery court, 224

and territorial seals, 295

Powell's Valley

and Va.-Southwest Territory boundary, 533n

Precedents in Chancery

ordered by TJ, 469

Précis du droit des gens moderne (George Friedrich von Martens)

sent to TJ, 338

President, U.S. See United States: President

President's House

James Hoban wins prize for design of, 159

Hallet's plan for, 212

Presque Isle, Mich.

proposed fortification of, 763

press, freedom of

TJ's support for, 354-5

Prevost, Antoine François, Abbé de

editions of Cicero, 463

Priestley, Joseph

criticized by William Cobbett, 555n

Principles of Equity (Henry Home, Lord Kames)

and J. G. Jefferson's legal education, 81

ordered by TJ, 469

printing

costs in TJ's French accounts, 181, 182, 183

privateering

proposed convention between France and U.S. for abolition of, 492

and commercial treaty with Prussia, 492n

and proposed commercial treaty with Portugal, 492n

Privy Council, British

and trade with U.S., 104n

Prohibitory Act, 141

Prometheus, 233

Proudfit, John

as security for James Maury, 404n

Provence, Louis Stanislas Xavier, Comte de

relations with Netherlands, 241, 260, 272

confers with Brunswick, 242

relations with Russia, 243

unpopularity in France, 337, 397-8

and succession to French throne, 397-8, 400

and invasion of France, 525

and Breteuil-Calonne rivalry, 558

mentioned, 399, 773

Provisional Executive Council. See France: Provisional

Executive Council

provisions

French restrictions on import of, 88, 133

Prussia

relations with Austria, 41, 394, 502, 526, 535, 600, 624

war with France, 41, 54-5, 208, 242-3, 260, 270-2, 281, 313,

324-5, 336, 370, 391, 393-5, 420, 456-7, 465, 474-5, 502-4,

523, 525-8, 535-7, 613, 624, 647, 676, 744-5, 757, 765,

768, 773, 774, 793

war aims, 52, 395, 558

and Russian invasion of Poland, 55

trade with U.S., 99-100

trade with West Indies, 100

proportion of public debt to revenue, 106

relations with Poland, 138, 526

and partition of Poland, 243, 337, 401, 536

relations with Denmark, 260

commercial treaty with, 285, 492n

proposed consular convention with, 285, 309-10, 311

relations with Netherlands, 337

treaty with Russia, 337

truce with France, 456-7

relations with Russia, 526, 536, 600

Psalms of David

copyright for, 608n

public credit

TJ's views on, 20-1, 554

public debt

TJ's views on, 26, 71, 211, 355, 386, 435, 692

TJ's table on, 106

Washington's views on, 211, 435

George Mason's plan for paying, 429

and sinking fund, 500, 628-30

act for reduction of, 628-30

supplementary act for, 629, 630n

Hamilton's plan for redemption of, 692-3n, 745

TJ's bill for redemption of, 692

alleged Republican opposition to payment of, 696-7

TJ's notes on, 810-11

"Publicola"

pseudonym used by John Quincy Adams, 356

Putnam, Rufus

negotiates peace treaty with Wabash and Illinois Indians, 596n

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