Volume 25 Index

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Jackson, Francis James

British minister to Spain, 327, 331n

Jacobins

and constitution, 14, 121

TJ's comments on, 14

political intentions, 28

and monarchy, 58, 121

and September Massacres, 120

conflict with Feuillants, 121, 122

and war with Austria and Prussia, 121

conflict with Lafayette, 122, 123-5, 127

and French army, 122

accusations against king, 127

conflict with G. Morris, 128

and political assassination, 128

and agrarian law, 129

conflict with Girondins, 334, 374, 457

Short's criticism of, 508

unpopularity of, 524

conflict with Dumouriez, 576

James (ship), 525

Jaudenes, Josef de

letters to, 184-5, 219

letters from, 205-6, 593, 677

letter to quoted, 16n

and U.S. negotiations with Spain, 140

and TJ's report on commerce, 184-5, 205-6, 219

letters to submitted to Washington, 185n, 198, 220

letters from submitted to Washington, 220, 678n

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 677-8

mentioned, 16, 653, 659n

Jay, John

and debt to France, 197

and case of Dover, 277

and Pagan v. Hooper, 389, 540

letter to quoted, 395-6n

and Jay-Gardoqui Treaty, 558, 656

and neutrality, 569n

Jay-Gardoqui Treaty

and commercial treaty with Spain, 558

and navigation of Mississippi, 558

and U.S. boundary with Spain, 558

mentioned, 656

Jefferson, Jane Randolph (Mrs. Peter Jefferson, TJ's mother)

debt to Henderson & Co., 551

Jefferson, John Garland

letter to, 547-8

letters from, 472-3, 593-4

education, 472-3, 543, 545, 547

account with TJ, 473, 543, 548, 593-4

plans to practice law, 593

account with Shelton, 593-4

Jefferson, Mary (Maria, Polly, TJ's daughter)

health, 30, 43, 353, 520-1, 545, 547, 621, 633, 669, 693

and Blanchard's balloon flight, 50-1

correspondence with aunt, 65

correspondence with brother-in-law, 91, 157n, 230, 256, 313, 475, 520

correspondence with sister, 91, 297

relations with J. W. Eppes, 633

mentioned, 8, 64

Jefferson, Peter (TJ's father)

executors of, 403

Jefferson, Randolph (TJ's brother)

and sale of TJ's slaves, 91

slaves of, 403

Jefferson, Thomas

Agriculture

and viniculture, 92-3

sent grass seed, 112-13

and threshing machine, 168, 536, 581, 660

plans for tenant farmers, 225, 230, 313, 403-4, 521

Architecture

and Thornton's Capitol plan, 107-8, 110

and Hallet's Capitol plans, 384-6

Business and Financial Affairs

account with James Brown, 3, 101, 138, 524-5

sale of tobacco, 3, 318, 351, 485, 513, 524-5, 549n, 581

Wayles estate debt, 8, 70, 230, 252, 279, 319, 396-7,

515, 550-1, 632

account with Donald & Burton, 28-9, 524-5

declines to aid Guyer, 36

account with Thomas Bell, 65, 90, 101, 544, 548, 593-4

sells slaves, 73, 91, 230, 550-1

taxes, 101

sells horses, 134, 230, 581

loan to Martha Jefferson Carr, 223

account with John Bulkeley & Son, 235-6

account with Robert Cary & Co., 252

account with Wakelyn Welch, 252

declines share in Joseph Fay's land company, 268-9, 402, 673

account with Adam Lindsay, 270-1

William Ronald's debt to, 346, 403

declines loan to Benjamin S. Barton, 361-2

account with Donald, Scot & Co., 366

account with William & James Donald, 366

debt to John Dobson, 366, 549-50

sues Robert Lewis, Jr., 366

sues Samuel Woodson, 366

sues John Tyndale Ware, 367

account with J. G. Jefferson, 473, 544, 548, 593-4

and Short's finances, 481, 482-3, 494-5, 522, 524, 527-8

cash shortage, 545

debt to Henderson & Co., 550-1

John Barret's debt to, 696-7

Commissioner to France

and equestrian statue of Washington, 66n

Governor of Virginia

seeks copies of records as, 363-5, 397, 419, 550, 567, 572, 645

Law

unfamiliarity with practice in Va., 546

Minister to France

and French Revolution, 58

and captives in Algiers, 143

and diplomatic precedence, 323

settlement of accounts as, 445

Opinions

on Indians, 19

on artists, 36

on legal education, 396

on English newspapers, 535

on moral law, 609-10

Personal Affairs

friendship with D. Rittenhouse, 31, 46

and J. W. Eppes's education, 396, 515, 521

and Peter Carr's education, 472, 545-6

and Samuel Carr's education, 472

and J. G. Jefferson's education, 472-3, 543, 544, 547

and Dabney Carr's education, 544, 545, 548

and case of Richard Randolph, 621-3

Political Theories

on monarchism in U.S., 15, 30, 679

on corruption, 154-5, 311, 313-14, 318, 679

on right of U.S. to cede territory to Indians, 272

on unconstitutionality of national bank, 318

on diplomatic recognition, 367-8

on public debt, 372

on personal profit and public office, 402

on republicanism, 402, 679, 680

on royal inviolability, 402

on Republican objectives, 536

on popular sovereignty, 603, 608-9

on law of nations, 609-10

Portraits

Houdon's plaster bust of, 31n

Ceracchi's bust of, 459

Religion

acquires Greek New Testament, 235n

Residences

house on Schuylkill, xlii, 400 (illus.), 332, 353, 362,

396, 444, 474, 513, 515, 547

house in Philadelphia, 98, 154, 362n, 396, 515, 529, 553, 594-5

Scientific Interests

Blanchard's balloon flight, xxxix-xl, 42, 43-4, 50

Michaux's proposed western expedition, xl, 17-18, 71-2,

75-84, 527, 530-1, 624-6

almanacs, 54

naming of Uranus, 54

Joseph G. Chambers's plan for repeating firearms, 90

Raphaelle Peale's expedition to Ga., 135

weather, 156-7

orrery, 341, 352n

telescopes, 341-2, 352

Edward Ryan's furnace for melting potash, 551

marine watches, 586

repeating apparatus for watches, 586

rod pendulum, 586

Guyer's invention for ascertaining longitude, 589

llamas, 625

mammoths, 625

Secretary of State

and execution of Louis XVI, xxxix, 402, 442-3

and French Revolution, xxxix, 14-15, 18, 30, 63-4, 436,

660, 661, 679

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, xl, 17-18,

71-2, 75-84, 85, 527, 530-1, 624-6

and Republican effort to censure Hamilton, xli, 20-3,

172-82, 239-43, 280-96, 311, 313-14, 384, 433-4n,

440n, 458, 460-2, 473-4, 546, 661

and relations with Spain, xli-xlii, 316n, 427, 430-1,

444, 556, 562, 653

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

and proposed acquisition of East Fla., xlii, 245, 430-1

and proposed acquisition of West Fla., xlii, 245, 430-1

and Proclamation of Neutrality, xlii, 442, 570-2,

583-4, 588, 591, 622, 673-4

and treaties with France, xlii-xliii, 400 (illus.),

597-618, 619, 665-6

and British reinforcements for Canada, 6

and French consular salaries, 6-7, 51-2, 543, 564-5, 579

and Federal District, 9, 26n, 41-2, 45, 52, 54, 56,

107-9, 110, 135, 136, 199, 231, 316, 345, 361, 369,

384-6, 395, 400-1, 409, 425-6, 459

and relations with Western Indians, 9, 19, 30, 88-9,

112-19, 133-4, 136, 144, 153, 158, 215-16, 220-3, 229,

255, 258-9, 271-3, 337-8, 354-6, 368, 372, 373, 424-5,

450, 478, 511, 518, 520, 592

and Saint-Domingue slave revolt, 9

negotiations with Hammond, 12, 150, 151n, 578

plans to retire, 15, 31, 36-7, 41, 46, 70, 97, 151,

168, 193, 195-6, 217, 244, 277-8, 279, 304-5, 341,

357, 379, 396, 402, 419, 427-8, 436, 474, 476, 482,

513, 515, 536, 545, 549, 551, 580-1

and debt to France, 16-17, 47n, 50, 164-5, 172-82,

196-7, 198, 239-45, 260, 264, 266, 273, 275-6,

286, 310-11, 368, 369n, 673

and bills on Saint-Domingue, 20

and foreign loans, 20-3, 458, 460-2, 473-4

and foreign coinage, 33n, 37-9, 40

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 33-4, 49, 51-2, 264-5, 368

and provisions for France, 39, 162-3, 164-5, 172-82,

196-7, 198, 243-5, 260, 264, 266, 273, 275-6, 286, 310-11, 368

and Indian land purchases, 46, 47-8

and payment of foreign officers, 55-6, 59

and sinking fund, 56, 63, 261, 432, 439-40, 487, 492, 518, 661, 673

and diplomatic establishment, 61

and theft of slaves from Martinique, 61

and commercial treaty with France, 62, 192-3

relations with Burr, 66-7

and French plan to liberate La., 80

continues in office, 97, 137, 154, 223, 244, 305n, 346,

353, 384, 396, 427-8, 436, 463, 536, 547, 549

and Ky. Indian expeditions, 99

and appointment of ministers to Europe, 102

and captives in Algiers, 111, 143-4, 428

and Lafayette's captivity, 142-3, 257-8, 387-9, 390-2, 664

and report on commerce, 145-9, 158-9, 168, 183, 184-9,

198, 205-6, 206-7, 211, 217-18, 219, 224, 237, 246-7, 253-4

conflict with Hamilton, 154-5, 172-82, 239-43, 280-96,

439-40, 443, 458, 460-2, 473-4, 516n, 661

and land bounties for Va. soldiers, 172n, 199, 209-11, 346

and relations with France, 180, 254-5, 391-2, 680

and enforcement of navigation act, 187-8, 200-1, 206-7, 224

and Southwest Territory, 197, 359-60

and consular appointments, 202-4, 227-8, 238, 308-9,

369, 395, 435

and assumption of public debt, 208

and levees, 208

and case of John Rogers, 209-11

and trade with Marseilles, 213

and establishment of French Republic, 218-19, 254-5

and right of U.S. to cede territory to Indians, 220,

258-9, 272-3, 518

and proposed recall of G. Morris, 243-5, 247-9

and William Stephens Smith's mission to U.S., 243-5, 310-11

proposed appointment as minister to France, 244

and case of Pierre Billet, 249-50, 254

and navigation of Mississippi, 250

and case of Paul Gamelin, 251, 254

and criticism of Ternant, 264-5

and Northwest Territory, 270, 303, 312, 344, 357-8,

470, 477-8, 511-12, 552-3

and criticism of Franklin, 273-4

and seal for Va. chancery court, 276, 401, 597

and case of Dover, 277

and case of Illustrious President, 296-7

and military rations, 299-300

and William Paterson's appointment to Supreme Court,

300-1, 303, 320

and presidential inauguration, 301-2

and congressional elections, 314

on French war with First Coalition, 318, 442, 471n,

475, 477, 513, 515, 516, 518, 519, 521, 532, 535, 662, 668

and case of Gallipolis settlers, 320

and Kennedy's claim to British title, 320-1

and boundaries with Western Indians, 332, 337-8, 354-6

and acts of Congress, 339, 354

and Washington's absence from Philadelphia, 345

and Mint, 354, 371n, 393, 409, 412, 423, 446-7, 490,

575-6, 578, 665

and consular service, 365, 416, 529

and distressed seamen, 365

instructions on neutrality to U.S. consuls, 365, 415-16

and use of U.S. flag by foreign ships, 365, 415-16, 426-7, 435, 439

and diplomatic recognition, 367-8

and deserting seamen, 375-6

and Pagan v. Hooper, 379, 389-90, 522-3, 537-41, 563-4

and letter of protection for Indians, 380-1

and British radicalism, 384

and U.S. trade, 393

and relations with Great Britain, 393-5, 661

and case of Philip Wilson, 394

and immigration to U.S., 394

and proposed form for patents, 398-9

and Department of State expenses, 402-3, 404-5, 432,

438, 471-2, 565-7, 584-5

and Humphreys's mission to Algiers, 405, 413-14, 420-1,

423, 468-9, 470-1, 532, 535, 542

and Preau's land claim, 411

and Barclay's mission to Morocco, 420-1

and civil war in Morocco, 421, 429-30

and reception of Genet, 423, 469-70, 570-2, 598, 605,

608, 612, 618, 666

and proposed commercial treaty between Portugal and

Naples, 426

and trade with Portugal, 426

and stockholders in Congress, 432-4, 446

and allied restrictions on French trade, 442

relations with Ternant, 443, 662-3n

and public debt, 465-7

and national bank, 474

and French trade concessions, 475, 661-2

and case of Commerce, 491, 510-11

and relations with Southern Indians, 518, 520

and passports for U.S. ships, 534, 628-9, 642-3, 645-8,

650, 651-2, 666, 670-1n, 674-5, 680-2

and Washington's instructions on neutrality, 541

and foreign intercourse fund, 565-7

and Washington's questions on neutrality and the

French alliance, 568-71, 575, 597-618, 665-6

instructions on neutrality to U.S. ministers, 576, 578, 675

and armed neutrality, 603

and congressional authority over neutrality, 603, 666

and guarantee of French possessions in America, 603,

605, 607, 610-12, 617-18

and rights of British privateers, 603, 619

and rights of French privateers, 603, 605, 611, 619

and rights of allied privateers, 605, 611

and French regent, 607

and rights of allied warships, 611

and rights of French warships, 611, 619

and slaves captured by Indians, 620-1

and foreign-built U.S. ships, 627-8, 642-3, 645-8,

651-2, 674-5

and Ternant's application for funds, 636-7, 643-4

and case of Grange, 637-40, 641, 644, 649, 661,

668-9, 676, 683, 702-5

and U.S. jurisdiction over Delaware Bay, 639-40

and enforcement of neutrality, 667-8, 673-4, 691-2

and sale of U.S. ships built for war, 667-8

and contraband, 673-4, 675

and British restrictions on French trade, 675

and impressment, 675-6

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 677-8

and U.S. arms sales to France, 684-5

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 685-6

and French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S., 686-7

Virginia Estate

tenants on, 70, 403

See Elk Hill; Monticello; Poplar Forest

Writings

Notes on Alexander Hamilton's Report on Foreign Loans,

20-3, 239-41

Report on Foreign Coinage, 37-8

"Anas," 58, 63-4, 153-5, 208, 243-5, 271-4, 301-2, 311,

432-3, 446, 469-70, 474, 517, 665-6, 667, 673-4

American Philosophical Society's Subscription

Agreement for André Michaux's Western Expedition, 81-2

Observations on the Questions about the Application of

France, 177-81

Report on the Petition of John Rogers, 209-210

Resolutions on the Secretary of the Treasury, 292-3

Report on the Proceedings of the Northwest Territory, 312

Report on Acts of Congress, 354

Report on Boundaries with the Western Indians, 354-6

Opinion on Compensation to Commissioners of Federal

District, 360-1

Notes on the State of Virginia, 467, 631

Report on Fund for Foreign Intercourse, 565-7

Opinion on the Treaties with France, 608-18

American Philosophical Society's Instructions to

André Michaux, 624-6

Opinion on Ship Passports, 645-7

Jersey, Channel Island

and enforcement of navigation act, 200

reported French landing on, 641

Jerusha (ship)

and transport of French prisoners to U.S., 464

Jewett, Joseph

petition from, 634-5

John (TJ's slave)

and canal for Monticello, 138

John Marie Joseph Louis, Prince of Brazil

and trade with U.S., 94n

popularity of, 407

and detention of U.S. grain ships in Portugal, 441n, 623

Johnny (TJ's slave)

and canal for Monticello, 138

John Pringle (ship), 524

Johnson, Sir John

royal superintendent of Indian affairs, 317

Johnson, Joshua

letter to, 416-17

consular security, 202, 416n

consul at London, 202

threatens to resign as consul in London, 416n

expenses, 526

mentioned, 45

Johnson, Thomas

letters to, 24-5, 52

letters from Washington, 107-8, 109

expected in Georgetown, 110, 152

resigns from Supreme Court, 300n

compensation for, 345

plans to retire as Federal District Commissioner, 360-1, 400

See Federal District Commissioners

Johnston (Johnson), Samuel

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 82

holder of public debt, 433

Johonnet, Samuel Cooper

letter to, 415-17

appointed consul at Demerara, 308, 369, 395

letter to cited, 309n

Jones, Mr. (Pa.)

and TJ's Philadelphia house, 595

Jones, John, Sr.

retires from business, 342

Jones, John Coffin

as security for Benjamin Joy, 71, 366n

Jones, John Paul

mission to Algiers, 144n, 405n, 420, 421

death, 420, 428

Jones, Noble Wimberly, 431n

Jones, William & Samuel

letter from, 341-2

and orrery for TJ, 341, 352n, 485

and TJ's inquiries about telescopes, 341-2

and TJ's inquiries about globes, 342

identified, 342n

Catalogue of Optical, Mathematical, and Philosophical

Instruments, 342-3

Jordan, John

and copper coinage, 348

Joseph (TJ's servant)

and death of Matchless, 230

Journal des Débats (Paris)

sent to TJ, 488

mentioned, 100

Joy, Benjamin

letter to, 365

letter from, 71

consul at Calcutta, 71, 202

security for, 71, 365

consular authority rejected, 71n

identified, 71n

and distressed seamen, 365

letter from quoted, 366n

mentioned, 416n

Joy, John, Jr.

as security for Benjamin Joy, 71, 366n

judges

and enforcement of neutrality, 692, 701

judiciary act

and deputy marshals, 651

Jupiter (planet)

moons, 341

Jupiter (Roman god), 334

Jupiter (TJ's slave)

and remodeling of Monticello, 43

and canal for Monticello, 138

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