Volume 25 Index

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C

Cabinet, U.S. See United States: Cabinet

Cabot, George

and U.S. debt to France, 50

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 82

recommends William Douglas Brodie for consular appointment

at Malaga, 309n

director of national bank, 433

stockholder in national bank, 433

Cadiz, Spain

U.S. consul at, 102, 203, 227, 238n, 369, 394, 435

trade with U.S., 441, 487n, 623

stoppage of French ships at, 593

Cahokia, Ill.

and boundaries with Western Indians, 355

Calcutta, India

hospital at, 71

U.S. consul at, 71, 203

sale of U.S. ship in, 297n

trade with U.S., 297n

California

and G. R. Clark's proposed western expedition, 75

Caligari, Sardinia

bombarded by French, 359

Callaghan (Callahan), David

and Barclay's death, 319

Callahan, William

master of John Pringle, 524

Calvert (Colvard), Benjamin

hires TJ's slaves, 43

Camilla (ship), 485, 549n

Campbell, Alexander

and case of Richard Randolph, 632-3

Campbell, John

delivers book to TJ, 92

Canada

British reinforcements for, 6, 534

newspapers from sent to TJ, 184, 363, 412-13, 418

immigration from Europe, 268-9

immigration from Vt., 268-9

Joseph Fay's land company in, 268-9, 412-13

and French Revolution, 363

Canary Islands

trade with U.S., 205, 219

candles

for TJ, 270-1

Canton

U.S. consul at, 203

and china for TJ, 315

Cape Henlopen, 638n

Cape James, 703

Cape May, 638n, 703

Cap François, Saint-Domingue

massacre of slaves at, 271

trade with U.S., 415n

Capitol, U.S.

Hallet's plans for, 25, 107-8, 110, 152, 384-6, 459

Thornton's plan for, 107-8, 110, 152, 386n, 400n

Carey, James

letter to, 27

newspapers requested by TJ, 27

identified, 27n

Carey, John

letters from, 105-6, 236, 448-9, 581-2, 630

Official Letters to the Honorable American Congress,

105-6, 236, 581-2, 595, 630, 690

and edition of U.S. laws, 106

and index for U.S. laws, 448-9

Carey, Mathew

edition of Notes on the State of Virginia, 467n

Carey's United States Recorder (Philadelphia)

published by James Carey, 27n

Carmichael, William

letters to, 400 (illus.), 277, 430, 587-8

letters from, 232-4, 554-62, 652-8

and guarantee of La., xli-xlii, 430-1, 444

newspapers for, 9

and captives in Algiers, 29, 86, 88n

and U.S. debt to Torino, 88n

papers for, 94, 103, 407, 427

negotiations with Godoy, 139, 232, 233

and diplomatic precedence in Spain, 232-4, 323

relations with Charles IV, 233

journal of, 234

letters from submitted to Washington, 234n, 563n, 659n

and case of Dover, 277

instructions for, 316n

negotiations with Gardoqui, 321-2, 555-61, 593, 653-7

insufficiency of diplomatic authority, 322, 324, 328n

negotiations with Floridablanca, 324

and French war with First Coalition, 339

and Lafayette's captivity, 387n, 665

expenses, 405n, 535, 542

relations with Humphreys, 407

and Humphreys's mission to Algiers, 421

irregular communications of, 427, 428-9, 435

and acquisition of East Fla., 430-1

and acquisition of West Fla., 430-1

letters to submitted to Washington, 431n, 444, 588n

and navigation of Mississippi, 556, 559-60, 653, 656-7

and U.S. boundary with Spain, 556-8, 559, 657

and Jay-Gardoqui Treaty, 558

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 560, 653-4

and trade with Spain, 560-1

and relations between Spain and Great Britain, 561-2

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 587-8

mentioned, 479

Carnes, Burrill

resigns as consul at Nantes, 202

Carondelet, Francisco Luis Hector, Baron de, 659n

carpenters

for Federal District, 24

recruited for French naval service, 68

and remodeling of Monticello, 138, 693

for Mint, 447

Carr, Dabney (TJ's brother-in-law)

TJ's bond on estate of, 223

Carr, Dabney (TJ's nephew)

letter to, 544

legal education, 544, 545, 548

mentioned, 223

Carr, Martha Jefferson (Mrs. Dabney Carr, TJ's sister)

letters to, 223, 545

requests loan from TJ, 223

changes in family, 297

debt to Austin, 545

health, 545

TJ unable to lend money to, 545

letter from cited, 545n

mentioned, 465, 544, 548

Carr, Mary (Polly, TJ's niece)

remains at home, 297

Carr, Peter (TJ's nephew)

letter to, 545-6

letter from, 465

letter from cited, 64

plans to practice law, 465, 545-6

right to slaves, 465, 546

legal education, 472, 544, 545

mentioned, 98, 521

Carr, Samuel (TJ's nephew)

settlement plans, 297

rents land, 298

education, 472

Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton

letter from Washington, 88-9

proposed appointment as Indian commissioner, 88-9

Carroll, Daniel

letters to, 24-5, 52, 110

letters from, 110, 152-3, 169, 170

letters from Washington, 107-8, 109

and survey of Federal District, 110, 152

and Thornton's Capitol plan, 110

compensation for, 345

plans to continue as Federal District Commissioner, 360

See Federal District Commissioners

Carroll, Bishop John

and proposed colony on Mississippi, 195n

Carstairs, Thomas

builds library for TJ's Philadelphia house, 553

and TJ's Philadelphia house, 595

Cary, Archibald

and Wayles estate debt, 8, 279, 319, 396-7, 515, 632

slaves sold, 319

Cary, Jane Barbara Carr (Mrs. Wilson Cary, TJ's niece)

widowed, 297

Cary, Robert, & Co.

TJ's account with, 252

Cary, Wilson (TJ's nephew-in-law)

death, 297

Cassan (Casson), Samuel

master of Madison, 213, 279n

mentioned, 214

Cassillis, David, Lord Kennedy, Earl of

claimants to title of, 275, 320-1

Cassinave, Mr.

introduced to Clavire, 62

Casson, Capt. See Cassan, Samuel

Catalogue of Optical, Mathematical, and Philosophical

Instruments (William & Samuel Jones)

sent to TJ, 342-3

Catalonia, Spain

and French Revolution, 325

Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.

letter to, 415-18

letters from, 212-14, 277-9, 406-7

letters from cited, 3

consul at Marseilles, 202

security for, 212

and olive culture in S.C., 214, 278

letter from submitted to Washington, 214n

and TJ's retirement, 277-8

proposed mission to Algiers, 278-9

and case of Aurora, 406

"Catullus"

pseudonym used by Hamilton, 443

census

requested by Commissioners of Accounts, 373

cent

coinage in Birmingham, 348, 350

See copper coinage

Ceracchi, Giuseppe

letter from, 459-60

bust of TJ, 459

bust of Washington, 459

commission from Charles Theodore, 459

and proposed monument to American Revolution, 459

Cette, France

privateering in, 406, 458n

wheat shortage in, 406

Chalmers, James

Plain Truth, 660

Chalon-sur-Saõne, France, 456

Chambers, Joseph Gaston

plan for repeating firearms, 90, 392

Champagne, France

invaded by Prussians, 130

Chancellor, Va. See Wythe, George

chancery law

J. G. Jefferson's comments on, 473

Changuer, P., & Cie.

and Derieux's legacy, 49

Charenton, France

and dethronement of king, 125

Charles, Archduke

governor of Austrian Netherlands, 524, 568

Charles (ship), 528

Charles I, King of England, 121

Charles IV, King of Spain

and relations with U.S., 140, 232, 554, 593, 655

relations with Carmichael and Short, 233

and relations with France, 326, 327

and navigation of Mississippi, 556

and Jay-Gardoqui treaty, 559

and U.S. boundary with Spain, 559

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 560, 677-8

and trade with U.S., 561

mentioned, 653

Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor

letters from Cortés to, 446n

Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor

and Silesian loan, 539n

Charles Theodore, Elector Palatine and of Bavaria

and proposed Bavarian cession, 190

commission for Ceracchi, 459

Charleston, S.C.

postmaster at, 5

trade of, 5

Michaux's nursery near, 76

privateering in, 685, 686-7

Charlotte Joachime, Princess of Brazil

pregnancy, 487

gives birth to daughter, 623

Charlottesville, Va.

fire in, 91, 97

postal service, 477, 478

Chase, Salmon

petition from, 634-5

Chauvelin (Chavelin), François Bernard, Marquis de

ordered to leave Great Britain, 104, 105n, 107, 516, 518

Cherokee Indians

boundaries under Treaty of Hopewell, 209-11

and Va. land claims, 209-11

and Treaty of Holston, 653, 659n

chestnut wood

for Monticello, 73

Chickasaw Indians

boundaries under Treaty of Hopewell, 209-11

and Va. land claims, 209-11

china (tableware)

for TJ, 315

China (country)

trade with U.S., 297n

Chippewa Indians

boundary with U.S., 355

Chittenden, Thomas

letter to, 588

requests congressional records, 673

Church, Angelica Schuyler (Mrs. John B. Church)

letter from, 215

Church, Catherine, 215

Church, Edward

letter to, 415-18

consul at Lisbon, 202, 407, 427

letter to cited, 212

Churchman, John, 226, 227n

cifrão

Portuguese symbol for milréis, 235-6

cinnamon water

gift for Emperor of Morocco, 234

ciphers

for T. Barclay, 106-7, 575

for T. Pinckney, 106-7, 166-7, 169, 376, 378n, 408, 534, 575

for G. Morris, 167

for Humphreys, 167

circuit court act

error in, 395

"Citizen of Columbia, A"

criticizes Andrew Ellicott, 267, 268

Citoyen Genet (French privateer)

commissioned by Genet, 686-7

civil ordonnatueurs, French

and capture of U.S. ships by French privateers, 575n

Clairfayt, Gen. See Clerfayt, Franois Sebastien Charles Joseph de Croix, Comte de

Clark, George Rogers

proposed western expedition, 75

and French plan to liberate La., 80

confiscates property near Vincennes, 251

land grant in Northwest Territory, 355-6

Clark, William

western expedition, 75, 81

Clarke, John

patent for, 276

Clarkson, David Matthew

letter to, 415-17

appointed consul at St. Eustatius, 204, 228, 238n, 369, 395

letter to cited, 238n

Clarkson, Manoah

overseer at Monticello, 98, 138, 693

Clarkson, Matthew

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 83n

recommends David M. Clarkson for consular appointment at

St. Eustatius, 204

mentioned, 639n

Clarkson, Samuel

letter to, 134

purchases TJ's horse, 134

identified, 134n

letters from cited, 134n

Classon, Mr.

Danish consul at Tangier, 234

Clavière, Etienne

letter from, 62

and commercial treaty with U.S., 62

dismissed from office, 131-2

and U.S. debt to France, 164n

and recall of G. Morris, 248

Clay, Matthew

defeated for election to House of Representatives, 533

Clayton, Joshua

letter to, 588

Clerfayt (Clairfayt), François Sebastien Charles Joseph de Croix, Comte de

and Dumouriez's defection, 523

and invasion of Netherlands, 662, 668

clergy, Roman Catholic

requested by Illinois and Wabash Indians, 118

oaths for in France, 122-3, 127

banishment from France, 190

reserved land for in Canada, 268-9

opposition to French Revolution among Spanish, 325-6

Clerici, Gaudenzio

letter from cited, 60

Clinton, George

letters to, 215-16, 373, 588, 592

letter from, 317

and Indian treaties, 215-16, 317, 373, 592

and cession of Montauk Point, 265

letter from quoted, 265n

letters from submitted to Washington, 317n, 344

letter from cited, 592

clocks

paid for by TJ, 586n

clothing

for TJ's slaves, 51, 91, 230, 257, 521

coal

for Mint, 447

Coates, Samuel

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 83n

Coblentz. See Koblenz

Cobourg, Prince of. See Saxe-Coburg, Friedrich Josias, Prince of

cocoa

export to U.S., 188

codfish

export to Martinique, 414

coffee

export to U.S., 145, 188

export to France, 406

Coffin, Laben, 53n

Coffyn, Francis

U.S. agent at Dunkirk, 53, 410n

letters from cited, 53n

appointed consul at Dunkirk, 410n

coinage

assay of foreign, 31-2, 37-9, 40, 354, 409, 412, 423

TJ's report on, 37-8

act on, 38n

See copper coinage; Mint, U.S.

Coke, Sir Edward

Institutes of the Laws of England, 544, 546

Coles, Isaac

elected to House of Representatives, 533

Colle (Philip Mazzei's plantation)

and Antonio Giannini's claim on Mazzei, 299

Collin, Nicholas

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 78, 82, 83n

Columbian Centinel (Boston)

and printing of U.S. laws, 634

prints "Freeman" essay, 660n

Columbia Rediviva (ship)

voyage to Pacific Northwest, 308n

Colvard, Mr. See Calvert, Benjamin

Combiagio, Mr.

banker in Leghorn, 459

Commerce (ship)

detained at Port-au-Prince, 414-15, 510-11, 554

Commerce, Report on

preparation of, xl, 145-9, 158-9

T. Coxe's notes on, 145-9, 237

submitted to Washington, 168, 183, 212

submitted to foreign ministers in U.S., 184-9, 198

extracts from draft of, 185-9

Hammond's comments on, 199-202, 206-7, 212, 224

Viar and Jaudenes's comments on, 205-6, 219

Ternant's comments on, 211, 217-18

submission to House of Representatives deferred, 246-7

Van Berckel's comments on, 253-4

Commissioner of the Revenue, U.S.

and passports for U.S. ships, 629, 681

See Coxe, Tench

Commissioners of Accounts, U.S.

letter from, 373

request census, 373

final report, 373n

Commissioners of the Customs, British, 528

Commissioners of the Federal District. See Federal District Commissioners

Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, U.S.

and public debt, 21, 22, 283, 293, 294n, 295, 439-40,

518-19n, 661, 673

report of, 22, 23n

meetings of, 56, 63, 432, 439-40, 487, 492, 673

and foreign loans, 178, 462n, 673

letter to Jonathan Trumbull, 261

Commissioners of the Treasury, French

and U.S. debt to France, 17n, 496, 498, 505, 507

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 503

Commissioners of the Treasury, U.S.

and captives in Algiers, 143

Commissioners to Spain. See Carmichael, William; Short, William

Committee of Public Safety, French, 631n

common law

J. G. Jefferson's comments on, 473

Como (Potawatomi chief)

peace conference with Washington, 114, 115-16

Compendium of Physic (Joseph Flowerden)

requested by TJ, 484

Complete History of England (White Kennett and others)

recommended by TJ, 544, 546

Comptroller of the Treasury, U.S. See Wolcott, Oliver, Jr.

Condé, France

allied siege of, 573

Congress, Continental

and Ky. Indian expeditions, 99

and survey of Northwest Territory, 332, 338n

and military land bounties in Northwest Territory, 355, 356

and captives in Algiers, 428

and diplomatic medals, 519-20

and military medals, 519-20

and Jay-Gardoqui Treaty, 558

TJ seeks copies of correspondence with president of, 567

and passports for East Indian ships, 645, 648n, 682n

Congress, U.S. See United States: Congress

Connecticut

wages in, 24

and workmen for Federal District, 24

Connecticut, Governor of. See Huntington, Samuel

Constitutional Diary (Philadelphia)

published by James Carey, 27n

Constitution of the United States

and appropriations, 292, 294-5

and appointment of members of Congress to federal office, 300n, 303

Henry Knox's comments on, 301-2

and state debts, 373

consular establishment

act for, 212

consuls, French

salaries, 6-7, 51-2, 543, 564-5, 579

and supplies for France, 39

in N.Y., 226

admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 685-6

consuls, U.S.

letter to (circular), 415-16

fees in Portugal, 13

and register certificates, 55-6

security requirements for, 68, 69n, 71, 202, 212, 262, 365,

376, 416, 417n, 529

TJ's instructions to on neutrality, 365, 415-16

and impressment, 375

letter to submitted to Washington, 418n

and U.S. ship papers, 528

See Auldjo, Thomas; Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.; Church, Edward; Clarkson, David Matthew; Cooper, Henry; Cutting, Nathaniel; Delamotte, F. C. A.; Fenwick, Joseph; Fox, Edward; Greenleaf, James; Johnson, Joshua; Johonnet, Samuel Cooper; Joy, Benjamin; Maury, James; Montgomery, Robert; Morphy, Michael; Parish, John; Phillips, Benjamin Hamnell; Pintard, John Marsden; Saabÿe, Hans Rodolph; Shaw, Samuel; Skipwith, Fulwar; Street, John; Vanderhorst, Elias; Yznardi, Joseph, Jr.

Continental Army

land bounties for, 171

Continental Congress. See Congress, Continental

contraband

Dutch regulation on, 468n

British restrictions on export to France, 493-4

debated in Cabinet, 673-4

TJ's comments on, 675

and U.S. arms sales to France, 684

mentioned, 574n, 603

Cook, James, 75

Cooper, Henry

letter to, 415-17

letter from, 631

appointed consul at St. Croix, 204, 228, 238n, 369, 395

letter to cited, 238n

Coopman, Zacharie, & Co.

and capture of Aurora, 406

and capture of Bacchus, 406

Copenhagen

U.S. consul at, 203

trade with U.S., 237n

copper

for Mint, 151, 204, 393, 447, 578, 596

price, 350

copper coinage

in Birmingham, 347-50, 526n

machinery for, 348-9

in Paris, 349

production costs, 350

copyrights

for Samuel Stearns, 100

for Caleb Alexander, 235

Corbin, Mr.

returns to U.S., 336-7

Corbin, Francis

defeated for election to House of Representatives, 463

corn

production in Md., 230, 263

shortage in France, 358-9

shortage in Levant, 358-9

shortage in Papal States, 358-9

shortage in Sicily, 358-9

shortage in Venice, 358-9

price, 409

See Indian corn; maize; wheat

Cornwallis, Charles, Earl

surrender at Yorktown, 122

mentioned, 8, 419

Correspondance du Général Dumourier avec Pache

sent to TJ, 451, 458n

corruption

TJ's comments on, 154-5, 311, 313-14, 318, 679

Cortés, Hernán

TJ seeks edition of letters of, 446n

Course of Experimental Philosophy (John Theophilus Desaguiliers)

and fire engines, 163, 164n

Courtrai, Austrian Netherlands

and conflict between Lafayette and Luckner, 124

Cowes, England

trade with U.S., 409

Cox, Albion

assayer for Mint, 370-1, 665

identified, 371n

arrives in Philadelphia, 676

Cox, Josiah

petition from, 634-5

Cox, Merle & Co.

and Mint, 371n

Cox, Moses

letters to, 332, 362

rents house to TJ, xlii, 332, 362

identified, 332n

Cox, William

and Mint, 371n

Coxe, John

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 83n

Coxe, Tench

letters to, 149, 158-9, 337-8, 642-3

letters from, 145, 159, 237, 332, 338, 514, 521-2, 626-7,

650, 670, 695

portrait of, xl, 400 (illus.)

relations with Hamilton, xl

Plan for encouraging Agriculture, 136, 159

and TJ's report on commerce, 145-9, 158-9, 168n, 237

and British trade restrictions, 158-9

and TJ's report on boundaries with Western Indians, 332, 337-8

and execution of Louis XVI, 443

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 514, 521-2

letter from quoted, 522n

and foreign-built U.S. ships, 627-8, 642-3, 650, 670-1

letter from Stephen Kingston, 627-8

commissioner of the revenue, 629n

and passports for U.S. ships, 642-3, 650, 670-1, 681, 695

and Mint, 695

letter from cited, 696n

Creek Indians

conflict with in Ga., 518-19, 520

and Treaty of New York, 653

and U.S. agents, 653, 659n

relations with Spain, 677-8

Crew, Robert

letter from, 252-3

partnership with Thomas Allport, 252-3

letter from cited, 253n

Crooked legs (Wiaw chief)

and peace conference with Washington, 113, 116

Crosby, Sampson

salary, 10

factotum in Department of State, 552

Cross, Ralph

petition from, 634-5

crown, English

assay of, 32

crown, French

assay of, 32

Culnan, John

appointed consul at Tenerife, 204n

Cumberland County Court

and case of Richard Randolph, 622n, 632-3, 698

Cumberland river

as Chickasaw boundary, 209

and Iroquois land claims, 210

Curaçao

U.S. consul at, 204, 228, 238n, 369, 395

trade duties at, 253

Currie, Ann Inglis (Mrs. James Currie), 172

Currie, James

letter to, 346

letters from, 86, 171-2

financial affairs, 86, 171, 346

land claim, 171, 346

Curson, Richard

letter to, 580

and wine for TJ, 236n, 580, 583, 620

letter from cited, 620

Cushing, William

and Washington's second inaugural, 302n

letter to quoted, 395-6n

Custine, Adam Philippe, Comte de

and allied military strategy, 191

and invasion of Rhineland, 451, 488, 492, 573

military command, 452

customs collectors, U.S.

and post bills, 597

and passports for U.S. ships, 629, 642-3, 650, 670-1, 681, 835

and foreign-built U.S. ships, 642, 670-1

and enforcement of neutrality, 667-8, 691-2, 700-2

Cutting, John Brown

letter to, 586-7

expenses, 438

Cutting, Nathaniel

letters to, 415-17, 470-1

letter from, 102

recommends Joseph Yznardi for consular appointment at Cadiz,

102, 203, 204n

appointed consul at Le Havre, 203, 227, 238n, 369, 394, 417n

letter to cited, 238n

secretary to Humphreys, 410, 413-14, 420, 421, 427, 468-9,

470-1, 477, 532, 534, 566

expenses, 421, 471, 542

letter to quoted, 471n

letter to submitted to Washington, 471n

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