Volume 25 Index

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Dagout, M. See Agoult, Louis Annibal de Vincens de Saint

Michel, Comte d'

Daignan (Douignan), Guillaume

Tableau des Variétés de la Vie humaine, 484

Daily Advertiser (Philadelphia)

published by James Carey, 27n

Dana, Francis

and Pagan v. Hooper, 389, 540

Dandiran, Mr.

plan for hemp production, 256n

Darcel, Nicolas

and Derieux's business affairs, 44

Darguilleur, John

property confiscated by G. R. Clark, 251n

D'Arot, Gov. See Arrot, René Marie d'

Davidson, William, 419

Davies, William

letter from, 484

recommends James Murray for military commission, 484

identified, 485n

mentioned, 410n

Davis, Daniel

petition from, 634-5

Davis (Davies), Augustine

and postal service at Richmond, 477, 478

Davy (TJ's slave)

and canal for Monticello, 138

Dayton, Jonathan

and Republican effort to censure Hamilton, 290

stockholder in national bank, 433

deals

duties on in Great Britain, 202

Dearborn, Henry

elected to House of Representatives, 651

Deas, William Allen

secretary to T. Pinckney, 394

debt payment act

and Republican effort to censure Hamilton, 177-9, 240, 241n,

242n, 283, 285, 289, 292, 294n, 295, 460-2

and Senate investigation of foreign loans, 436n

debt redemption act

and Republican effort to censure Hamilton, 177-9, 240, 241n,

242n, 243n, 261n, 283, 285, 289, 292, 293, 294n, 295, 440n,

460-2, 463n

and Senate investigation of foreign loans, 436n

and foreign loans, 458

Declaration of Independence, 226, 354

Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (Edward Gibbon)

recommended by TJ, 547

De Coin, John Baptist. See Ducoigne, Jean Baptiste

deeds

probate of, 70

Deering, Nathaniel

petition from, 634-5

De Hart, Jacob

master of Dominick Terry, 28-9

De Jure Belli ac Pacis (Hugo Grotius)

and French treaties, 606, 612-15, 618n

Delamotte, F. C. A.

letter to, 415-17

letters from, 53, 340, 341, 362-3, 383

and case of Euphrasie, 5, 362-3

and payment of foreign officers, 55

and case of Rochefontaine, 59

letter to quoted, 59n

letter to cited, 151

consul at Le Havre, 202

and U.S. trade with France, 340

and books for TJ, 341

and macaroni for TJ, 341

and TJ's retirement, 341

and medals, 520

Delany, Sharp

letter to, 629

letter from, 628-9

letter from cited, 580

letter to cited, 628-9

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

Delaware, Governor of. See Clayton, Joshua

Delaware Bay

U.S. jurisdiction over, 639-40, 683, 702-5

Delaware Indians

hostility to U.S., 114

conflict with Western Indians, 118

boundary with U.S., 355

Delft, Netherlands

and Federal District, 671

Delius, Mr.

and workmen for Federal District, 24

De Loches, President

and Dumouriez's defection, 523

Demerara, Dutch Guyana

trade duties at, 253

U.S. consul at, 308, 369, 395

opened to U.S. ships, 663

De Mourier, M. See Dumouriez, Charles Franois du Périer

Denmark

prohibits import of U.S. indigo, 146

trade with U.S., 159, 237

relations with France, 340

loans from Genoa, 358-9

Department of State, U.S.

personnel, 10

salaries, 10

newspapers for, 27, 572, 659

funding for, 61

Burr's access to records of, 66-7

and survey of Federal District, 231

and presidential oath, 301

and letter of protection for Indians, 381n

collects state laws, 394

expenses of, 402-3, 404-5, 432, 438, 471-2, 535, 565-7, 584-5

James Blake's proposed appointment as clerk in, 445

account with Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard, 490

bills of exchange for, 514, 521-2, 531-2, 536, 542, 565-7

letter from John Vaughan quoted, 531n

and patents, 589

See Jefferson, Thomas: Secretary of State; Taylor, George, Jr.

Department of the Treasury, U.S.

personnel and salaries, 10n

influence over Congress, 154-5, 281, 290-1, 311, 313-14

TJ's proposed reform of, 293, 294n

and survey of Northwest Territory, 338

and enforcement of neutrality, 691, 701

Department of War, U.S.

personnel and salaries, 10n

jurisdiction of, 691

Deptford, N.J.

and Blanchard's balloon flight, 43n

deputies on mission, French

establishment of, 574

De Puzy, M. See Bureau de Pusy, Jean Xavier

Derieux, Mme. Justin Pierre Plumard, 67, 306, 347

Derieux (De Reaux, De Reux), Justin Pierre Plumard

letters to, 18-19, 67, 346-7

letters from, 44, 306-7

aunt (see Plumard de Bellanger, Mme.)

uncle (see Plumard, M.)

legacy, 18, 44, 48-9, 67, 306, 346-7

business affairs, 101, 346-7, 544

Desaguiliers, John Theophilus

Course of Experimental Philosophy, 163, 164n

Desdoity, M.

recommended to TJ, 635

Detroit

and British policy toward Indians, 112

Dick, Robert

letter from, 92

sends book to TJ, 92

identified, 92n

Dickinson, Philemon

holder of public debt, 433

Digges, Thomas A.

letter from, 347-50

and copper coinage, 347-50, 526-7

Dillon, Théobald, Chevalier de

death, 122

Dillwyn, George

and case of Grange, 638n

Dinah (TJ's slave)

sale of, 91

diplomatic recognition

TJ's views on, 367-8, 369n

diplomatic service, U.S.

Short's views on, 322-5

distillery

for Mint, 447

district attorneys, U.S.

and enforcement of neutrality, 667n, 701

Divers, George

letter from, 3-4

and still for TJ, 3-4

Divers & Lindsey (Dyvers & Lindsey)

and Charlottesville fire, 91

Dobson, John

TJ's debt to, 366, 549-50

Dobson, Richard

letter to, 549-50

letter from cited, 550n

Dole, France, 456

Dolland, Mr. See Dollond, John

dollar, Spanish

assay of, 32

debasement of in Great Britain, 526n

dollar, U.S.

value in comparison to livre, 149n, 175

value in comparison to florin, 175

Dollond (Dolland), John

and telescope for TJ, 352

Dolphin (ship), 528

Dombey, Joseph

letter from, 631

praises Notes on the State of Virginia, 631

proposed botanical expedition to U.S., 631

identified, 631n

Domenico, Gaetano Drago di

letter from, 358-9

seeks consular appointment in Genoa, 358-9

Dominica, W.I.

trade with U.S., 188

French refugees at, 271

Dominicans

and Inquisition, 120

Dominick Terry (ship), 28-9

Donald, Alexander

letter to, 317-18

letters from, 26, 351-2, 485

and remodeling of Monticello, 26

and sale of TJ's tobacco, 318, 351, 524-5

and watch for William Branch Giles, 318

business failure, 351, 485

and telescope for TJ, 352

letter from cited, 352n

and Short's business affairs, 479-82

and orrery for TJ, 485

and venetian blinds for TJ, 485

and books for TJ, 513

Donald, Scot & Co.

TJ's account with, 366

Donald, William & James

TJ's payment to, 366

Donald & Burton

TJ's account with, 28-9, 524-5

failure of, 341, 351, 479-82, 485, 495, 524, 527, 549, 581

and orrery for TJ, 341

letter from cited, 352

Short's account with, 479-82

property in U.S. attached, 524

Dongan, Thomas

relations with Indians, 215

identified, 216n

Dorsey, John S.

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 83n

Dort, Netherlands

and Federal District, 671

double guinea, French

assay of, 32

Douglas, William & James

and wine for TJ, 235

Douignan, M. See Daignan, Guillaume

Dover (ship)

case referred to Carmichael, 277

Dowse, Edward

letter from, 315

and china for TJ, 315

and desertion of crew, 377-8n

master of Governor Bowdoin, 377-8n

Draper's Inlet, 703

dried beef

trade status, 148n

Droit de la nature et des gens (Samuel von Pufendorf)

and French treaties, 606, 612-15, 618n

Droit des Gens (Emmerich de Vattel)

and French treaties, 599, 600, 601, 603-4, 606, 610, 612-17,

618n, 619, 666, 689

Droz (Drost), Jean Pierre

and Mint, 12, 13n, 103, 370, 575-6, 578

Dublin

and workmen for Federal District, 24

U.S. consul at, 203

Duchesne, M.

and proposed colony on Mississippi, 194-5n

Ducoigne (De Coin), Jean Baptiste

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 17, 18n

peace conference with Washington, 18n, 112-14, 117, 119n, 133-4

relations with TJ, 117

Duer, William

and Scioto Company, 320n

and "Catullus" essays, 443

threats by, 516, 517

Duff, Mr., 102

Dumas, Charles William Frederick

letters to, 134-5, 439

letters from, 41, 100, 136-7, 491, 631-2, 671

and TJ's retirement, 41

instructions from TJ on neutrality, 439

and Dutch regulation on contraband, 468n

expenses, 491

letters from cited, 492n, 632n

relations with Short, 500

mentioned, 445n

Dumouriez (De Mourier), Charles Franois du Périer

returns to Paris, 5, 27

relations with Pache, 27, 451

and invasion of France, 130

relations with Jacobins, 130, 576

relations with king, 130

relations with Lafayette, 130

resignation of, 130

negotiations with Frederick William II, 131

and invasion of Netherlands, 137, 335, 343-4, 359, 374,

450-1, 452, 453, 454-5

captures Breda, 262n

reported resignation, 271

reported suicide of, 422

Lettre du Général Dumouriez, 450-1, 458n

negotiates loan at Antwerp, 450-1

relations with National Convention, 450-1, 455, 488-9, 492

military command, 452

defects to Austrians, 524, 573, 575n, 576-7

and French constitution, 573

Dunkirk, France

trade with U.S., 53

proposed consular appointment at, 409-10

Nantucket whalers at, 410

U.S. consul at, 410n

and invasion of Netherlands, 456

Dunlap, John

refuses to print criticism of Hamilton, 443, 532-3

Dunlap's American Daily Advertiser (Philadelphia)

prints Giles resolutions censuring Hamilton, 296n

requested by Cathalan, 407

Du Ponceau, Peter Stephen

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 83n

Dupont, Franois

identified, 518-19n

returns to France, 518, 519, 575

Duport, Adrien Jean François

discusses royal veto, 58

Durant, Mr. See Furant, Mr.

Du Rozoy (Du Rosoy), Barnabé Farmian

edits Gazette de Paris, 130

execution of, 130

dyeing

Richard R. Saltonstall's improvement in, 398n

Dyvers & Lindsey. See Divers & Lindsey

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