Volume 25 Index

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Saabÿe, Hans Rodolph

letter to, 415-18

consul at Copenhagen, 202

St. Antoine, Paris

Jacobin influence in, 123

St. Clair (Sinclair), Arthur

letter to, 303

and peace conference with Illinois and Wabash Indians, 112,

118, 119n

absence from Northwest Territory, 157-8, 270, 303, 357, 511-12

and Vincennes complaints, 250n

and disorders in Northwest Territory, 344, 357

and George Turner's absence from Northwest Territory, 552

St. Croix (Santa Cruz), W.I.

U.S. consul at, 11, 203, 204, 228, 238n, 369, 395

Saint-Domingue, W.I.

slave revolt in, 9, 271, 510n

bills drawn on, 20, 33-4, 49, 51-2, 368

U.S. aid to, 22, 33-4, 39, 49, 51-2, 178, 264-5, 368, 498-9, 500, 503-4, 510n

and French war with Great Britain, 189

U.S. consul at, 203

St. Eustatius, W.I.

U.S. consul at, 11, 204, 228, 238n, 369, 395

trade with U.S., 149n

trade duties at, 253

opened to U.S. ships, 663

St. Helens, Alleyne Fitzherbert, Baron

British ambassador to Spain, 327, 328n, 331n

relations with Godoy, 655

St. Malo, France

allied attack on feared, 457

St. Marceau, Paris

Jacobin influence in, 123

St. Martin, W.I.

trade duties at, 253

St. Marys river

and boundary with Spain, 558

St. Pierre

provisions for, 39

St. Trond, Austrian Netherlands

and French invasion of Austrian Netherlands, 343, 374

St. Vincent, W.I.

French refugees at, 271

salted beef

duties on in France, 186

export to France, 186

salted fish

trade status, 148n

export to Spain, 185

duties on in France, 186

export to France, 186

import from U.S. to Great Britain forbidden, 187

export from U.S. to British West Indies forbidden, 188

salted provisions

bacon as, 146

duties on in France, 186

export to France, 186

export to Spain, 186

duties on in French West Indies, 187

import from U.S. to Great Britain forbidden, 187

export to French West Indies, 187

import from U.S. to British West Indies forbidden, 188

purchase in U.S. for France, 266

Saltonstall, Richard Roswell

improvement for dyeing, 398

patent for, 398

Sampson (ship)

passport for, 648n

Sancho, Ignatius

Letters of the Late Ignatius Sancho, 490

sand

for Mint, 447

Sands, Comfort, 640

Sans Culotte (French privateer)

commissioned by Genet, 686-7, 700n

captures Eunice, 699-700

Sans Culotte (French privateer of Honfleur)

captures Lawrence, 458n, 548, 574n

sans-culottes

opposition to king, 121

Santa Cruz. See St. Croix, W.I.

Santerre, Antoine Joseph

and execution of king, 95

and dethronement of king, 125

Saorgio, Italy

fortress at, 359

Sardinia

attacked by France, 359

Sargent, Winthrop

letter from, 157-8

and absences of officials from Northwest Territory, 157-8,

303, 470, 477-8

identified, 158n

transmits Northwest Territory records, 270n

letter from submitted to Washington, 344

Sartain, Samuel

engraving of Tench Coxe, xl, 400 (illus.)

Saturn

rings, 341

Sauterne wine

for Elbridge Gerry, 269

Savannah, Ga.

trade of, 5

Savoy

annexed by France, 4, 5n

and French war with First Coalition, 191

invaded by France, 340n, 457

aversion to French in, 488

Saxe-Coburg, Friedrich Josias, Prince of

and invasion of Netherlands, 453-7, 662, 668

and invasion of Rhineland, 456

and Dumouriez's defection, 524

and French constitution, 573

and invasion of France, 573

and siege of Valenciennes, 573

Sayre, Stephen

requests appointment as T. Pinckney's secretary, 103, 104-5n

scantling

for Monticello, 73-4, 299

for Mint, 447

Scheldt (Escaut) river

French demand opening of, 4, 53

Scioto Company

complaints against, 320n

land grant to, 355

Scioto (Sioto) river

and boundaries with Western Indians, 355

Scoll, Henry

petition from, 634-5

Scotland

and workmen for Federal District, 24

wealth, 26

Seabra da Silver, José de

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

Seagrove, James

and conflict between Creeks and Ga., 518-19n

Seagrove, Robert

Creek raid on store of, 518-19n

sea letters. See passports

seals

Va. Court of Chancery, 276, 401, 597

seamen

recruited for French naval service, 68

aid to, 71, 365

desertion of British, 151

wages, 151

and desertion from U.S. ships, 376, 377-8n

seamen, impressment of

T. Pinckney's negotiations with Grenville on, 11-12, 13n,

375-6, 378n, 393, 525-6

in Cowes, 409

TJ's instructions to T. Pinckney on, 675-6

Secretary of the Treasury. See Hamilton, Alexander

Secretary of War. See Knox, Henry

Sedgwick, Theodore

holder of public debt, 432

Senate, U.S. See United States: Senate

Senegal

trade with foreign ships allowed by France, 486

September Massacres

Mountflorence's comments on, 120, 128-9

effort to prevent recurrence of, 374

Sergeant, Elizabeth Rittenhouse (Mrs. Jonathan Dickinson Sergeant)

donates plaster bust of TJ to American Philosophical Society, 31n

Sergeant, Jonathan Dickinson

and Currie v. Griffin, 346

Servan de Gerbey, Joseph

dismissed from office, 131-2

military command, 452

servants

immunity from arrest, 337

Seton, William

and Mint, 695

Setúbal, Portugal, 7

Sewall, David

letter from, 651

and printing of U.S. laws in Me., 651

recommends John Hobby as federal marshal in Me., 651

identified, 651n

Shaw, Samuel

letter to, 415-18

consul at Canton, 202

Shawas (Kickapoo chief)

peace conference with Washington, 114, 115

Shawnee Indians

hostility to U.S., 114

conflict with Western Indians, 118

boundary with U.S., 355

sheet iron

for Mint, 447

Shelby, Isaac

letter to, 588

and Ky. Indian expeditions, 99

mentioned, 84

Shelton, Mr.

J. G. Jefferson's account with, 593-4

Sherman, Roger

stockholder in national bank, 433

Shey, Mr.

bond of, 697

shilling

assay of, 32

shipbuilders

and foreign-built U.S. ships, 646

ship carpenters

and foreign-built U.S. ships, 627, 646

Shippen, Thomas Lee

and execution of Louis XVI, 443

Shippen, Dr. William

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 82n

ships, U.S.

and carrying trade with Great Britain, 158-9, 187

sale of in France, 165, 186, 213, 278

passports for, 166, 167n, 169, 333, 335-6n, 375, 377n, 409,

530n, 534, 628-9, 642-3, 645-8, 650, 651-2, 666, 671n,

674-5, 680-2, 695, 696

export to Spain, 185

and carrying trade with France, 186

and carrying trade with Spain, 186

and carrying trade with West Indies, 188

duties on in Great Britain, 188

and carrying trade with Netherlands, 189

sale of in Netherlands, 189

sale of in Denmark, 237n

duties on in Dutch colonies, 253

French colonial ports opened to, 261, 262n, 278, 340n, 486, 530n, 661-2

French ports opened to, 261, 262n, 334, 340, 530n

duties on in France, 340

captured by French privateers, 406, 457-8, 488, 489n, 530,

548, 574n, 596

detained in French West Indies, 414-15

detained in Netherlands, 467-8

allowed to trade with Senegal, 486

ownership of, 489n

and British restrictions on trade with France, 493-4

and royal proclamation on trade with Great Britain, 527n

and U.S. consuls, 528

registry certificates for, 530n

status of foreign-built, 627-8, 642-3, 645-8, 651-2, 670-1, 674-5

naturalized in France, 646

naturalized in Netherlands, 646

captured by British privateers, 663

Dutch colonial ports opened to, 663

sale of those built for war, 667-8

tonnage duties on, 674-5

Short, Peyton

letter to, 257

correspondence with brother, 257

Short, William

letters to, 14-16, 400 (illus.), 430, 435, 436, 591

letters from, 60-1, 139-41, 232-4, 321-7, 479-82, 482-3,

494-509, 554-62, 652-8

"Adam and Eve" letter to, xxxix, 400 (illus.)

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

newspapers for, 9

and diplomatic establishment, 15-16

and debt to France, 16-17, 50, 239-43, 249, 479, 482n,

495-509

journey to Madrid, 27, 41, 60, 94, 134-5, 671

relations with Duchesse de La Rochefoucauld, 60-1

letters from cited, 68, 487

appointed minister to Netherlands, 102

papers for, 103, 407, 427

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

negotiations with Godoy, 139, 233

and French War with First Coalition, 140, 339

and relations between Spain and Great Britain, 141, 322, 327, 561-2

letters from submitted to Washington, 142n, 198, 234n, 247,

255n, 328n, 563n, 659n

and Lafayette's captivity, 143n, 387n, 388n, 665

and diplomatic precedence in Spain, 232-4, 322-5

relations with Charles IV, 233

journal of, 234

criticism of, 249

correspondence with brother, 257

instructions for, 316n

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

and relations between Spain and France, 322

and diplomatic precedence in France, 323

and Algerine affairs, 327

expenses, 405n, 535, 542

and acquisition of East Fla., 430-1

and acquisition of West Fla., 430-1

letters to submitted to Washington, 431n, 444, 592n

instructions on neutrality from TJ, 435

and use of U.S. flag by foreign ships, 435

and foreign loans, 436-7, 495-509

and French Revolution, 436-7, 509

health, 479, 483

account with Donald & Burton, 479-82

business affairs, 479-82, 494-5, 513, 522, 524, 527-8, 549

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 498-9, 500, 503-4

relations with Dumas, 500

and diplomatic medals, 519-20

and military medals, 519-20

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

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

and Jay-Gardoqui Treaty, 558

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

and trade with Spain, 560-1

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 591

mentioned, 623

shorts (feed)

for Mint, 447

Sicily

Inquisition in, 120

forbids export of corn, 358-9

Sidi Muhammad

and Moroccan civil war, 630

Sidi Muhammad ibn Abd Allah, Emperor of Morocco

death, 234

Silesian loan

and Pagan v. Hooper, 538

case of, 539n

silk

production in Pa., 93n

silver

British restrictions on export to France, 494

price, 627

Simcoe, John Graves

and U.S. peace conference with Western Indians, 258-9, 272

Simpson, Capt. (master of Richmond), 270

Simpson, James

letter to, 429-30

letters from, 182, 234-5, 630

and Barclay's mission to Morocco, 159-60, 182

and Moroccan civil war, 161, 182, 234-5, 429-30, 623, 630

identified, 182n

letters from submitted to Washington, 182n, 630n

letter to submitted to Washington, 430n

mentioned, 407, 427

Sinclair, Mr. See St. Clair, Arthur

Sinclair, Patrick

and desertions from Governor Bowdoin, 377-8n

Singleton, Anthony

and sale of TJ's tobacco, 352

sinking fund. See Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, U.S.

Sioto river. See Scioto river

Skipwith, Anne Wayles (Mrs. Henry Skipwith), 528

Skipwith, Fulwar

letters to, 331, 415-17

letter from, 183

consular authority not recognized, 183, 321

returns to Martinique, 183, 321

consul at Martinique, 202, 321

resigns as consul at Martinique, 204n

Skipwith, Henry

letter to, 527-8

and Short's business affairs, 527-8

slaves

revolt in Saint-Domingue, 9, 271, 510n

and Federal District, 25

hire of TJ's, 43, 101, 230, 543

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

stolen from Martinique, 61

sale of TJ's, 73, 91, 230, 550-1

work assignments for TJ's, 138

work for invalids, 138

management of, 230, 263

sale of Archibald Cary's, 319

productivity of TJ's, 403

criticism of TJ's, 403-4, 693

Peter Carr's right to, 465, 546

captured by Indians, 620-1

sleepers, triangular

for Monticello, 73-4

Smith, Adam

Wealth of Nations, 472

Smith, David

petition from, 634-5

Smith, George

ransomed from Algerine captivity, 623

Smith, John

defeated for election to House of Representatives, 533

identified, 534n

Smith, Jonathan Bayard

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 83n

Smith, Melancthon

and execution of king, 443

Smith, Rev. William

criticism of, 265

seeks appointment as Indian commissioner, 265

identified, 266n

mentioned, 46

Smith, William Loughton

letter to, 405

letter from, 404

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 82

and Republican effort to censure Hamilton, 288, 289, 404n

identified, 404n

and Department of State expenses, 404-5

director of national bank, 433

stockholder in national bank, 433

relations with Miss A., 443

Smith, William Stephens

letter from, 161-2

agent of French Republic, xli, 161-2, 174, 243-5, 258,

310-11, 431n, 662-3n, 684-5

and debt to France, 174, 243-5, 310-11

and recall of G. Morris, 243

and provisions for France, 243-5, 258, 310-11

purchases U.S. arms for France, 684-5

snow

relationship to temperature, 304-5

snuff

duties on in Great Britain, 202

Södermanland, Karl, Duke of

regent in Sweden, 95-6

identified, 96n

solanum melongena (mélongène)

seeds for, 306

unknown to TJ, 347

Soldier, The (Wiatonon chief)

wife speaks at peace conference with Washington, 116-17

Somme river, 190

Sonthonax, Léger Félicité

commissioner to Saint-Domingue, 34n

South America

French plan to liberate, 243, 244-5, 336-7, 431n

South Carolina

olive culture in, 214, 278

and Republican effort to censure Hamilton, 290

South Carolina, Governor of. See Vanderhorst, Arnoldus

Southwest Territory

boundary with Ky., 197, 359-60

boundary with Va., 197, 359-60

Spaight, Richard Dobbs

letter to, 588

Spain

British ambassador to (see St. Helens, Alleyne Fitzherbert, Baron)

French legation secretary in (see Urtubize, Marques d')

French minister to (see Bourgoing, Jean Franois de)

relations with France, 12, 191, 262, 322, 325-7, 562, 593, 654

U.S. debt to, 21, 241n, 242n, 283

coinage, 31-2, 37-9

imports wheat, 63

and navigation of Mississippi, 80, 195n, 250, 556, 558,

559-60, 653, 656-7

Inquisition in, 120

relations with Great Britain, 141, 142n, 322, 327, 383,

430-1, 561-2, 654

alliance with Great Britain, 142n

war with France, 142n, 336-7, 338, 340n, 358-9, 422, 441, 657

trade with U.S., 146, 148, 185-6, 441, 560-1

and TJ's report on commerce, 185-6

forbids foreign trade with colonies, 186

diplomatic precedence in, 232-4, 322-5

trade duties on Mississippi, 250

and execution of Louis XVI, 325

army recruitment in, 325-6, 330n

finances, 325-6, 330n

and French Revolution, 325-7

expels French, 326, 330n

relations with Portugal, 327, 407

restrictions on French trade, 327

trade with Great Britain, 327

reported declaration of war on U.S., 383

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

proposed commercial treaty with U.S., 558

colonial policy, 559-60

relations with Southern Indians, 560, 653-4, 677-8

See Carmichael, William; Gardoqui, Don Diego de; Jaudenes, Josef de; Short, William; Viar, Josef Ignacio de

Spain, King of. See Charles IV, King of Spain

Spandau

Lafayette's captivity at, 258n

Special Court, French

establishment of, 129-30

sperm oil

price, 69

See whale oil

spirits

duties on in Netherlands, 146, 188, 237

for Mint, 447

See whiskey

stable

for Monticello, 156

Stadtholder. See William V, Prince of Orange

stalactite

for Peale's museum, 64, 91

Stanyan, Temple

Grecian History, 472

Stapolster, Mr. See Van Staphorst, Mr.

states

accounts with U.S. and census, 373

States General, Dutch

and Mediterranean passes, 253

embargoes Dutch trade, 467-8n

resolution on fisheries, 568

Staunton, Va.

Nancarrow's mining interests in, 476

staves

export to France, 406

See barrel staves

Stearns, Samuel

letter from, 100

copyright for, 100

Free Mason's Calendar, 100

American Oracle, 100n

identified, 100n

steel

for Mint, 447

Steele, John

and reduction of army, 30n

Sterett, Samuel

holder of public debt, 433

Stevens, Edward

letter to, 567

TJ seeks copies of correspondence with, 567

Stevens & Hovey

petition from, 634-5

Stevenson, William

recommended as consul at St. Eustatius, 11, 204

Stewart, Dr. See Stuart, David

Stewart, Dugald

letter to, 357

Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind, 92, 357

elected to American Philosophical Society, 357

Stewart, Walter

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 83n

and execution of Louis XVI, 443

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 522n, 531-2,

536, 566

still

TJ's proposed purchase of, 3-4

stone

machine for cutting, 24

for Monticello, 43

for Mint, 447

stonecutters

for Federal District, 25n

wages, 25n

for Mint, 447

stonemason

for Monticello, 26

Storer, Ebenezer

petition from, 634-5

Storer, Woodbury

petition from, 634-5

stoves

for Mint, 447

Strachan, James

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 536, 566

straw

for horses, 269

Street, John

letter to, 415-17

consul at Fayal, 202

Strong, Caleb

and Southwest Territory boundary, 197

Stuart, Archibald

letters to, 476

and TJ's taxes, 403

Stuart, Gilbert

portrait of William Branch Giles, xli, 400 (illus.)

Stuart (Stewart), David

letters to, 24-5, 52

letters from, 152-3, 169, 170, 275

letters from Washington, 107-8, 109

expected in Georgetown, 110

dispute with Andrew Ellicott, 199, 316

and Kennedy's claim to British title, 275

compensation for, 345

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

See Federal District Commissioners

Suetonius Tranquillus, Gaius

recommended by TJ, 547

sugar

export to U.S., 145, 188

sumach

and dyeing, 398n

Sumner (Summer), Jethro, 419

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

Surinam

U.S. consul at, 203

trade duties at, 253

opened to U.S. ships, 663

Susquehanna river

proposed town on, 136n

Sussex (ship)

passport for crew of, 648n

Sutcliff, Joshua

and case of Grange, 638n

Swaile, James

master of Mary, 230, 257

Swanwick (ship), 548

Sweden

and French Revolution, 95-6

and freedom of press, 96n

and passports for U.S. vessels, 167n

allows U.S. trade with colonies, 189

and copper for Mint, 204, 393, 578

relations with France, 340

loans from Genoa, 358-9

Swiss Guards

and dethronement of king, 125, 126, 127

Switzerland

and French war with First Coalition, 191

relations with France, 456

relations with Great Britain, 456

Sydnor, William G.

letter from, 196

seeks military promotion, 196

Syme, John

letter to, 399-400

letters from, 216-17, 437

and TJ's retirement, 217

letter from cited, 217n

Symmes, John Cleves

absence from Northwest Territory, 157-8

criticism of, 344n

land purchase by, 355

recommended to TJ, 429

Symmes, W.

petition from, 634-5

Synchong

and china for TJ, 315n

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