Volume 24 Index

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S

Saabÿe, Hans Rodolph

letter to, 619, 620n

letters from, 226-8, 775-6

consul in Denmark, 226

consular security, 775

mentioned, 488

Saffé, Morocco

and piracy, 534

St. Clair, Arthur

letter to, 605

defeated by Indians, 21, 465, 718-19n

absence from Northwest Territory, 604n, 605

congressional investigation of, 623n

St. Croix, M.

offered ministry of foreign affairs, 303

St. Croix, Virgin Islands

U.S. consul in, 72, 545

St. Croix river

dispute over boundary of, 32n

Saint-Domingue, W.I.

theft of slaves from (see Martinique, theft of slaves

from)

U.S. aid to, 73, 208, 275, 304-5, 331-3, 334n, 405n, 419,

484-5, 518, 522n, 524-5, 627, 632-3, 652-4, 762, 801

slave revolt in, 85, 200, 277

immigration from to U.S., 267

trade with U.S., 742-3, 745-6, 801

St. Eustatius, W.I.

and supplies for American Revolution, 230, 665

mentioned, 423

St. Petersburg, Russia

rarely visited by Americans, 11

émigré agent in, 243

diplomatic salaries in, 377

St. Pry, M. de, 89

salary

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

182, 183, 188

Salkeld, William

legal reports ordered by TJ, 469

Sally (TJ's slave)

sale of, 416

mentioned, 143

Sam (TJ's slave)

sale of, 408, 409, 410

sans-culottes

and French Revolution, 271

Santa Cruz, Morocco

in Moroccan civil war, 67, 345

Saratoga Co., N.Y.

vote in gubernatorial election, 50, 114

Sardinia

relations with Austria, 41

receives French ambassador, 253

relations with Great Britain, 625

Sardinia, King of. See Victor Amadeus III, King of Sardinia

Sargent, Winthrop

and absence of officials from Northwest Territory, 604

letter to Washington cited, 604n

Saunders, Peter

and Va. congressional election, 284

Savage, Capt.

and organization of town government in Alburgh, 160n, 164

Savoy

invaded by France, 424, 457, 475, 502, 504, 528, 536, 559,

625, 764, 785-8

annexed by France, 772

Saxe-Teschen, Albert, Archduke of

passed over as commander of allied army, 395

and invasion of Austrian Netherlands, 557, 602

Saxony

relations with France, 773

Sayer, Mr. See Sayre, Stephen

Sayer, Joseph

Law of Costs, 38

Sayre (Sayer), Stephen

requests appointment as T. Pinckney's secretary, 347,

615-16

scarlet fever

in Va., 459

Scheldt river

French demand opening of, 678, 710, 766-7

Schneider, Mr. See Shnydore, Ignatius

Schuyler, Philip

favors hereditary government, 50, 435

and N.Y. gubernatorial campaign, 50

land speculation in N.Y., 115

criticism of, 134

Schweighauser, Jean Daniel

in TJ's French accounts, 180

Scot (Scott), Robert

and seal for Va. chancery court, 101

Scotland

as source of labor for Federal District, 16, 683, 700, 749, 750n

immigration of mechanics from to U.S. forbidden, 750n

Seagrove, James

and convention for rendition of fugitive slaves, 155-6

agent to Southern Indians, 204n, 479, 481n

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 315, 316,

317-18, 505

seals

Va. Court of Chancery, 101, 224, 248-9, 299, 373-4

Northwest Territory, 112, 219-20, 229, 295

Southwest Territory, 219-20, 229, 617-18

county, 714

seamen

in TJ's French accounts, 178, 179, 182

desertion to British, 360-2, 441-2, 472-3

aid to, 510

seamen, impressment of

certificates of citizenship as safeguard against, 61-2, 685

TJ's views on, 61-2, 63-4n

in England, 254-5

T. Pinckney's negotiations with Grenville on, 329-30, 441-2,

600-1, 739

Searle, James

and case of John de Neufville, 231

Seche, François (TJ's servant)

wife accuses Petit of sodomy, 262, 294-5

dismissed from TJ's service, 326-7, 340, 365

Seche, Mme. François (TJ's servant)

accuses Petit of sodomy, 262, 294-5, 326-7

Seckel, David

Monroe rents house from in Philadelphia, 489, 490

Secretary of the Treasury. See Hamilton, Alexander

Secretary of War. See Knox, Henry

Secrétier, M., 267

securities, public

fluctuations in, 20, 80, 440-1, 465, 775

held by congressmen, 26n

exclusion of holders of from Congress proposed by TJ, 215

repeal of irredeemability of proposed by TJ, 215

impact of European war on, 263

depreciation of in Great Britain, 685

Sedan, France

commissaries arrested in, 322

Semonville, Charles Louis Huguet, Marquis de

reception by Sardinian government, 253

Senate, President Pro Tempore of

letter to, 628

Senate, U.S. See United States: Senate

Seneca Indians

relations with Nanticokes, 390

September Massacres

G. Morris's report on, 364-5

Short's report on, 390-1

impact in Great Britain, 600

Sergeant, Jonathan Dickinson

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

Sergnor, Morocco

in Moroccan civil war, 643

Servan de Gerbey, Joseph

dismissed from office, 93

appointed minister of war, 298

servants

sought by TJ, 46

immunity from arrest, 125-6, 127-8, 149-50, 157-8, 223-4,

452-3

registration of, 129n, 149, 157-8

Seton, William

and sinking fund, 629

Shadwell (Jefferson estate)

corn crop, 33-4

TJ seeks tenants for, 725

Sharif family

in Moroccan civil war, 224-5, 312, 346

Shaw, Samuel

and porcelain for Washington, 735

Shawnee Indians

war with U.S., 674n

sheep

in Va., 96

TJ's experiment with, 98

Shelburne, William Petty, Earl of

policy toward U.S., 27

Shelby, Isaac

letter to, 15

identified, 15n

elected governor of Ky., 118

Shelton, John

J. G. Jefferson boards with, 506

Shelton, Thomas

shorthand system used by TJ, xli, 215n

Tachy-Graphy, 215n

Sheppard, John

and Hessian fly, 446-7

letter to American Philosophical Society committee, 446-7

Sherman, Roger

and weights and measures, 655

Shippen, Thomas Lee

conversation with Hamilton, 607

Shippen, Dr. William

conversation with Hamilton, 607

ships

French duties on, 133

Shnydore (Schneider), Ignatius

fresco painter in N.Y., 616, 640

TJ seeks to hire, 616, 640, 662

Short, Eliza

visits TJ, 491

Short, Peyton

letters from, 247, 721

letter to brother cited, 247

letter from cited, 491

mentioned, 681, 755

Short, William

letters to, 479-80, 482-3, 490-1, 565-7

letters from, 122-5, 137-8, 240-6, 249-58, 260, 261, 270-2,

280-1, 281-2, 298-9, 322-5, 335-8, 374-82, 390-402, 425-7,

455-7, 474-6, 502-4, 513-22, 535-7, 557-9, 560-2, 601-3,

624-5, 646-50, 677-9, 679-82, 708-12, 751-2, 752-5

appointed minister to Netherlands, 20, 122, 137, 517

commissioner to Spain, 20, 123, 137, 254, 261, 285, 315,

351-2, 407, 579, 591, 677, 679, 708, 711-12, 751-2

recommends cook for G. Morris, 46

journey to The Hague, 51, 122-3, 137, 245

and TJ's accounts, 73, 754

and Mint, 74

and restrictions on U.S. trade with France, 88, 263

letter of inquiry for, 89

differences with Mme. Plumard de Bellanger, 111

irregular correspondence with TJ, 122, 137, 138, 338, 483,

490, 646

reception by Dutch government, 124-5, 137, 240, 579, 677

negotiates Dutch loans to U.S., 132n, 251, 281, 517-18,

556n, 572

and trade with France, 133

on European diplomacy, 138, 243

on French Revolution, 138, 242, 260, 270-2, 298-9, 322-5,

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

instructions as commissioner to Spain lost, 139, 245, 330,

449, 464, 482, 484, 493

Washington's concern about, 139

and TJ's French accounts, 174, 180, 186, 188, 190, 193n, 196

and trade with Netherlands, 240

on Dutch politics, 241-2

on Dutch relations with France, 241

on French war with Austria and Prussia, 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

accounts, 244-5, 258, 281, 560-2, 754

letter from brother cited, 247

criticizes G. Morris, 250-4, 516-21, 561, 647-50

regrets failure to be named minister to France, 250-4

advance to J. B. Cutting, 254-5

and U.S. debt to France, 254, 275, 332, 405n, 518-20, 522n,

602-3, 647-50, 754

and U.S. embassy in The Hague, 255, 261

and possible appointment as minister to Spain, 256-8, 382

letters from cited, 267, 433n, 484

letters to cited, 272, 489, 590, 591

on Russian invasion of Poland, 280

introduces William Cobbett to TJ, 281-2, 554, 580

on ministerial changes in France, 298

and Lafayette's captivity, 323, 335-6, 402, 420, 422n,

426-7, 476, 600

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 334n, 518, 524-5

on Duke of York's possible accession to French throne,

336-7, 395-401, 502

and U.S. consuls in Netherlands, 338

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 351-2, 479-80,

549n, 553, 563

letter to quoted, 371n

difficulties as minister to Netherlands, 382

on September Massacres, 390-1

relations with Dumas, 407

and U.S. debt to Spain, 470, 711-12

business affairs, 478-9, 490, 680-1, 752-3

relations with family, 491

expenses, 510, 572

outfit, 510, 572

salary, 510, 520-1, 753

on diplomatic establishment, 513-16, 521-2, 681-2

prefers serving in Netherlands, 521-2, 682, 753

account with Ferdinand Grand, 560

account with Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard, 560-2

journey to Madrid, 677, 679, 708, 751-2

and navigation of Mississippi, 709

seeks appointment as minister to France, 753

assists Mme. d'Enville, 799

mentioned, 34, 89, 342, 423, 462, 525, 597, 676, 721, 737,

772, 793, 803

shorthand

TJ's use of, xli, 215

Shubrick, Thomas

letter from, 650-2

and palmetto sheathing for boats, 650-2

identified, 652n

Shuter, John C.

and travelling directions for TJ, 155

Sicily

crop shortage, 421

Sidi Mahomet. See Sidi Muhammad ibn Abd Allah, Emperor of Morocco

Sidi Muhammad ibn Abd Allah, Emperor of Morocco

death, 346

captures U.S. ship, 360

"Sidney"

criticizes excise, 70, 71n

Sierra Leone

establishment of, 361

Sierra Leone Company, 361

Silhouette, Etienne de

Mémoires des Commissaires, 755

silver coinage. See disme; half disme

Simcoe, John Graves

and British mediation of Indian war, 717-20, 721, 728-30, 750

and proposed Indian barrier state, 719-20n

and U.S. peace conference with Western Indians, 729n, 730n, 750n

mentioned, 772

Simpson, James

and ransom of captives in Algiers, 4, 9n, 359n

sinking fund. See Commissioners of the Sinking Fund

Sion (ship)

and Short's instructions as commissioner to Spain, 246

loss of, 449, 464, 482, 493, 641, 676

Sisters (ship), 780

Skipwith, Anne Wayles (Mrs. Henry Skipwith)

visits TJ, 491

Skipwith, Fulwar

letter from, 403

death of partner of, 403

resigns as consul in Martinique, 403

Skipwith, Henry

visits TJ, 491

and Short's business affairs, 680, 681

Slate Run Church, Va., 269, 369

slaves

not returned by British, 27, 32n

food for, 83

revolt in Saint-Domingue, 85, 200, 277

cost of, 95, 97-8

labor of, 95

population increase among, 98

stolen from East Fla., 129-30, 155-6, 312, 693

and rendition of fugitives from East Fla., 155-6, 693

list of TJ's requested by Bowling Clark, 280

proposed sale of Paradise's, 372

sale of TJ's, 408-9, 416, 473-4

clothing for, 409, 512

considered as property, 409

supplies for, 412

hire of TJ's, 413, 415

work assignments for TJ's, 413-4

fugitives in Pa., 447

gradual emancipation in Pa., 447n

and cotton production, 458

stolen from Martinique, 540, 551-2, 599, 603, 693-4

sale of John Page's, 638-9

management of, 656

slave trade

danger of insurrection in, 361

mortality in, 361

compromise on at constitutional convention, 428

Danish efforts to abolish, 458

Sloan, Philip

ransom of, 7

smallpox

in Va., 415

Smith, Capt. (N.Y.)

and gong for TJ, 641

Smith, Col. See Smith, William Stephens

Smith, Daniel

letter from, 537-8

letter from cited, 35-6

and relations with Southern Indians, 537-8

Smith, George

ransom of, 7

Smith, Melancthon

attributes Plain Truth to Hamilton, 638

Smith, Peter

and olive culture in S.C., 344, 615

Smith, Reuben

debt to TJ, 579

Smith, Robert (Pa.), 460

Smith, Robert (Va.)

John Quarles's debt to, 412

Smith, Samuel

reelected to House of Representatives, 437

Smith, Standfast

desertion of part of crew, 441-2

case referred to Grenville, 600-1

Smith, William Loughton

criticism of, 152

reportedly declines to run for House of Representatives,

152, 153n

and bankruptcy bill, 723n

mentioned, 452

Smith, William Stephens

and map of South America, 119

in TJ's French accounts, 185, 186

return to U.S., 735, 740, 743

mentioned, 525

sodomy

Adrien Petit accused of, 262, 294-5

Soissons, France

and allied invasion of France, 525

Solander, Daniel C.

and Hortus Kewensis, 797n

Somerville, James

sends George Skene Keith's pamphlet to TJ, 45n

Songster's Tavern, Va., 269, 368, 369

South America

map of sought by TJ, 119

South Carolina

payment of debts to British, 28, 38n

olive culture in, 108, 344, 451-2, 688-91, 696

supplies for during American Revolution, 230

French consul in, 306

caper plants for, 344

opposition to excise in, 384n

and navigation acts, 428

and slave trade, 428

John de Neufville's advances to, 665

Southwest Territory

boundary with Ky., 35-6, 563, 598

N.C. land grants in, 35-6, 39, 321-2, 439, 601, 609, 617-18

seal for, 219-20, 229, 617-18

boundary with Va., 532-3, 563, 598

See also Indians, Spanish policy toward

Sovereign (ship), 651

Spain

commissioners to U.S. (see Jaudenes, Josef de; Viar,

Josef Ignacio de)

and navigation of Mississippi, 29, 351-2, 709

relations with Morocco, 67, 68, 345, 643

proportion of public debt to revenue, 106

relations with France, 243-4, 424, 537, 547-8, 559, 711,

773, 778, 780, 807

diplomatic precedence in, 256-7

possible appointment of Short as minister to, 256-8

U.S. debt to, 299-300, 305n, 470, 711-12

relations with Southern Indians, 315-16, 351-2, 438, 479-81,

505, 537-8, 541-3, 547-50, 552-3, 562-3, 565-7, 587, 590

collusion with Great Britain feared, 316-17, 351-2, 549n

diplomatic representation policy, 380

poor harvest in, 454

need for flour, 663

ministerial changes in, 669, 711, 778

Dutch loan for, 709, 711-12

relations with Great Britain, 711, 738-9

See also Carmichael, William; Carondelet, Francisco Luis Hector, Baron de; Short, William

Spinoza, Benedict de

Tractatus theologico-politico, 463

Spires

captured by French, 793

Sprigg, Richard, Jr.

influence in Md., 733

spy glass

ordered by TJ, 469

Stadtholder. See William V, Prince of Orange

Stagg, John, Jr., 481n

stalactite

for Peale's museum, 676

standing armies

TJ's views on, 354-5

Stanislas II Augustus, King of Poland

and Russian invasion of Poland, 243, 280

rumored abdication, 338

Staten Island, N.Y.

and Hessian fly, 78, 79

States General, Dutch

Short's reception by, 123, 137, 240, 579, 677

and relations with France, 241, 260, 426, 559, 625, 678, 710

and French war with Austria and Prussia, 337

and opening of Scheldt, 678, 710

and relations with Austria, 678

mentioned, 382

stationery

in TJ's French accounts, 175, 176, 178, 181, 183

Staunton, Va.

postal service, 286

steam engines

Oliver Evans's proposed patent for, 683-4

steel

Hartley's invention for tempering, 279

Steele, John

letter from, 621

and compensation for British depredations in N.C., 621

Stephens (Stevens), Isaac

captured by Algerines, 3

ransom of, 6

Sterett, David, 457, 474

Steuben, Friedrich Wilhelm, Baron von

and case of Renown, 507

Stevens, Capt. See Stephens, Isaac

Stevensburg, Va., 368

Stevenson, Mr., 341

Stevenson, William

seeks consular appointment, 668-9, 684-5

Stewart, Dr. See Stuart, David

Stewart (Stuart), Dugald

letter from, 436

Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind, 437

still

proposed purchase of by TJ, 663

Stockholm

diplomatic salaries in, 377

stone

machine for cutting, 581, 612-13, 731-2

Stourbridge (Sturbitch) fair, England, 796

Stowmarket, England

hop production in, 796

Strange, Sir John

legal reports ordered by TJ, 469

Strasbourg, France

in TJ's French accounts, 180

Strobell, Daniel, 760n

Strode, John, 152

Stuart, Archibald

letter to, 351

letter from, 704-5

and revision of Va. constitution, 351, 705

presidential elector in Va., 704-5

Stuart, David

letters to, 45, 56, 154-5, 212, 264, 612-13, 731-2, 749, 776

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

letters to cited, 151, 152

and Federal District, 154, 613

and travelling directions for TJ, 154-5

letter from cited, 533

See also Federal District Commissioners

Stuart, Gilbert

portrait of Jaudenes, xlii-xliii, 404 (illus.)

Sturbitch fair. See Stourbridge fair, England

Suffolk, England

hop production in, 796

Suffolk Co., N.Y.

vote in gubernatorial election, 50, 114

sugar

market for in Prussia, 100

sugar maple trees

sought by TJ, 148

Supervisor of the Revenue, U.S. See Carrington, Edward

Supreme Court, U.S. See United States: Supreme Court

Sus, Morocco

in Moroccan civil war, 67

Susa, Italy

and invasion of Savoy, 785

Swaile, James, 731, 740

Swanwick, John

and redemption of captives in Algiers, 547

Sweden

proportion of public debt to revenue, 106

pays tribute to Algiers, 240, 270

peace with Algiers, 240, 270

relations with France, 420

coinage, 672

as source of copper for Mint, 672, 673, 675, 798, 803, 804

Swiss Guards

massacre of, 298

Switzerland

relations with France, 558-9

Sydnor, William G.

seeks military promotion, 797-8

Syme, John

letter to, 387-8

letters from, 340-1, 418

and sale of horse to TJ, 340, 341, 387

urges TJ to remain as Secretary of State, 340

claim for compensation, 418

distrusts northerners, 418

Syme, Mrs. John

reluctant to sell horse to TJ, 340, 341

mentioned, 388

Symmes, John Cleves

letter to, 112

conflict with John Armstrong, 112

and judicial leave of absence, 112

letters from cited, 112

absence from Northwest Territory, 604n

Systema Vegetabilium (Carolus Linnaeus)

owned by TJ, 469

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