Volume 25 Index

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W

Wabash Indians

peace conference with Washington, 112-19, 133-4, 136, 144,

153, 158

conflict with Delawares, 118

conflict with Shawnees, 118

request priests, 118

boundary with U.S., 355, 356

letter of protection for, 380n

Wabash river

and boundaries with Western Indians, 355

Wadsworth, Jeremiah

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 82

stockholder in national bank, 432

mentioned, 365

Wailes, Joseph, 45n

Walker, Francis

elected to House of Representatives, 463

praised by Madison, 533

Walker, George

and workmen for Federal District, 25

and dispute between Andrew Ellicott and Federal District

Commissioners, 267

proprietor of Federal District, 267-8n

Walker, W. & Alexander

and copper coinage, 348

Waller, Mr.

and TJ's debt to Wakelyn Welch, 252

and Wayles estate debt, 252

Waller, Thomas

and Wayles estate debt, 252

Waln (Wolne), Mr.

recommends Benjamin H. Phillips for consular appointment at

Curaçao, 204

Ward, Samuel, & Brothers

and trade with Denmark, 237n

Warder, John, & Co.

letter from submitted to TJ, 258

Ware, John Tyndale

sued by TJ, 367

Warner, Dr.

and captives in Algiers, 428

Warren, Va.

flour trade, 706

Washington, Bushrod

and French Revolution, 697

Washington, George

letters to, 6-7, 40, 46-7, 61, 85, 133, 136, 158, 168, 176,

198, 199, 211-12, 220, 231, 247, 254, 265, 266, 316, 319,

344, 380, 390, 400, 405, 412, 412-13, 423, 438, 444, 448,

459, 477-8, 518, 607, 651-2, 664, 665, 679

letters from, 85, 142, 183, 196-7, 220, 257-8, 275-6, 339,

345, 357-8, 382, 391, 408-9, 412, 413, 424-5, 448, 511-12,

541, 568

reports to, 312, 354, 354-6, 565-7, 608-18, 645-7

letters to quoted, 47n, 231n, 276n, 358n, 426n, 652n, 665n

letter to cited, 163n

memorandum to quoted, 309n

mentioned, 577, 587

American Revolution

equestrian statue of, 66

Ceracchi's bust of, 459

TJ seeks copies of correspondence with, 567

Foreign Affairs

and relations with Spain, xli-xlii, 139, 141, 232, 233,

316n, 322, 430-1, 444, 556, 561, 562, 653, 654, 658

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

and Proclamation of Neutrality, xlii, 570-2, 583-4,

585, 588, 591, 622, 673-4, 686-7

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

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

and treaties with France, xlii-xliii, 597-618, 648n, 666

and British reinforcements for Canada, 6

and French consular salaries, 6-7, 543, 579

and relations with France, 14-15, 370n, 391-2

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 33, 49, 51-2

and provisions for France, 39, 162, 164n, 172-82,

196-7, 243-5, 260, 266, 273, 275-6, 286, 310-11, 663n

criticizes T. Pinckney, 45

and debt to France, 47n, 164n, 172-82, 196-7, 198, 239,

240-1, 242n, 243-5, 260, 266, 273, 275-6, 286, 310-11,

382, 500, 663n

and diplomatic establishment, 61

and Burr's access to Department of State records, 67n

and appointment of ministers to Europe, 102, 497-8, 501

and consular appointments, 102n, 202-4, 227-8, 238, 308-9

and Lafayette's captivity, 142-3, 257-8, 382, 387-9,

390-2, 664

and neutrality, 165-6, 661

and TJ's report on commerce, 168, 183, 185n, 198, 212,

220, 237, 247n

and enforcement of navigation act, 200, 207n, 208n

and trade with Marseilles, 213

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

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

and case of Pierre Billet, 249-50

and establishment of French Republic, 254-5

and foreign loans, 283, 436n, 460-2, 504, 505, 508,

509, 533

and case of Illustrious President, 296-7

and Humphreys's mission to Algiers, 405, 420, 422n,

423, 470-1

and consular service, 417n

and reception of Genet, 423, 469-70, 570-2, 598, 602, 666

and captives in Algiers, 428

and Department of State expenses, 438, 471-2

and French War with First Coalition, 477, 512, 518,

541, 669n

instructions to TJ on neutrality, 541

instructions to Hamilton on neutrality, 541n

questions on neutrality and the French alliance,

568-71, 597-618, 665-6

and Ternant's application for funds, 636-7

and U.S. jurisdiction over Delaware Bay, 639n

and case of Grange, 639-40, 641, 644, 676, 683n, 702n

and foreign-built U.S. ships, 642, 645-8, 651-2

and passports for U.S. ships, 645-8, 650, 651-2, 666,

670-1n, 681-2

meets Noailles, 664

and congressional authority over neutrality, 666

and enforcement of neutrality, 667-8, 691-2, 702

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

and contraband, 673-4

and defense of Norfolk, 688

Indian Affairs

and relations with Western Indians, 18n, 88-9, 112-19,

133-4, 136, 144, 153, 158, 216, 220-3, 229, 255,

258-9, 271-3, 354-6, 372, 383, 424-5, 450, 478, 511

and Indian land purchases, 46

and case of John Rogers, 210n

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

258-9, 272-3

and case of Pierre Billet, 249-50

and boundaries with Western Indians, 354-6

and letter of protection for Indians, 380-1

and relations with Southern Indians, 518-19n

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 677-8

Other Correspondence

with House of Representatives quoted, 40n

with Uriah Forrest quoted, 56n

with D. Humphreys cited, 88n, 400

with Charles Carroll of Carrollton, 88-9

with Charles Thomson cited, 89n

with Federal District Commissioners, 107-8, 109, 199n, 400-1

with Arthur Young cited, 167n

with Cabinet, 220, 345, 424-5, 568

with Henry Knox quoted, 220-1n, 300n

with House of Representatives, 231n

with Senate, 231n, 303

with Rodolph Vall-Travers quoted, 256n

with Peregrine Fitzhugh cited, 263n

with William Smith cited, 265n

with Brown & Francis cited, 297n

with George Cabot cited, 309n

with David Stuart cited, 316n

with David Stuart quoted, 316n

with John Rome cited, 320n

with Marquise de Lafayette cited, 382n

with Marquise de Lafayette, 391-2

with Andrew Ellicott cited, 408

with G. Morris cited, 448

with Rodolph Vall-Travers cited, 467-8

with Noailles quoted, 664n

with Henry Lee cited, 688n

Personal Affairs

membership in American Philosophical Society, 85n

sent grass seed, 112-13

and George Washington Greene, 135n

sends onions to Derieux, 307

riding habits, 320

visits Mount Vernon, 345, 443, 469-70, 474

returns to Philadelphia, 541, 547

President

and Blanchard's balloon flight, xxxix, 43n

and Republican effort to censure Hamilton, 23n, 172-82,

240-1, 283, 286, 288, 291, 292, 293, 294n, 295, 440n,

460-2, 698

and Federal District, 26n, 42n, 45, 52, 54, 56, 107-9,

110, 136, 169, 199, 231, 267, 316, 345, 361, 400-1,

408, 413, 425-6, 449, 459

secretaries for, 37n

and foreign coinage, 38n, 40

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 78, 82, 83n, 85

and TJ's retirement, 97, 154

and Va. discontent with federal government, 154

and TJ's conflict with Hamilton, 154-5, 172-82, 240-1, 460-2

criticism of, 155

decides to serve second term, 155

and levees, 155, 208

and Northwest Territory, 158n, 270, 303, 312, 344,

357-8, 477-8, 511-12, 552-3

annual message to Congress, 181n

and Southwest Territory, 197, 359-60

and assumption of public debt, 208

meets with Henry Knox, 237-8

meets with Cabinet, 242n, 255, 258-9, 271-4, 310-11,

570-2, 666, 673-4

and case of Paul Gamelin, 251, 254

and case of Pierre Billet, 254

and criticism of Franklin, 273-4

and military rations, 299-300

and William Paterson's appointment to Supreme Court,

300-1, 303, 320

inauguration of, 301-2

character of as stabilizing force, 302

and case of Gallipolis settlers, 320

and acts of Congress, 339, 354

and copper coinage, 348

medal of, 348

and Mint, 354, 370, 371n, 409, 412, 446-7, 665

and Commissioners of Accounts, 373n

and patents, 398n, 589

and public debt, 517

defers to majority view in Cabinet, 674

Washington before Boston Medal

minted in Paris, 351n

watches

Robert Leslie's repeating apparatus for, 585-6

Waters, Dr. Nicholas

visits France, 277

Watt, James

and copper coinage, 348

Watts, Edward

petition from, 634-5

Wayles estate debt

TJ's settlement of, 8, 70, 230, 252, 279, 319, 396-7, 515,

551, 632

Wealth of Nations (Adam Smith)

cited by J. G. Jefferson, 472

Weeks, Lemuel

petition from, 634-5

weevils

threshing as defense against, 536

weights

for Mint, 447

weights and measures

Académie des sciences report on, 226, 227n

Weissenberg, France

French retreat to, 573

Welch, Wakelyn

letter from, 252

TJ's account with, 252

Wesel, Germany

Lafayette's captivity in, 128

western posts

retention by British, 221, 611, 618n

West India Company, Dutch

and U.S. trade with Netherlands, 237

and trade duties in Netherlands, 254

West Indies, British

status of U.S. factors in, 147

status of U.S. merchants in, 147

and TJ's report on commerce, 188

trade with U.S., 188

military reinforcements for, 493

West Indies, French

trade with U.S., 9, 63, 145, 147, 187, 192

and Genet, 12

impact of French Revolution on, 40

military reinforcements for, 63

anticipated acquisition by Great Britain, 165, 525

trade with France, 165

and TJ's report on commerce, 187

and British military strategy, 192

probable abandonment by France, 192

trade concessions to U.S. in, 213, 243, 278, 486

U.S. ships detained in, 414-15, 510-11

U.S. guarantee of, 598, 611

Westwood, Obadiah

and copper coinage, 348, 350, 526n

wet provisions

pickled meat as, 146

whale bone

price, 69

whale oil

price, 69

duties on in France, 186

export to France, 186

export to Spain, 186

duties on in Great Britain, 187

export to Great Britain, 187

Wharton, Kearny

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 83n

wheat

demand for in U.S., 4, 9, 63

price, 8, 9, 63, 68, 69, 187, 213, 252-3, 279, 358-9, 384,

407, 409, 475, 486, 590

and proposed commercial treaty between Portugal and Naples,

9, 407, 426

export to Portugal, 28-9, 400n, 441

export to French West Indies, 63

export to Great Britain, 63, 528

export to Spain, 63, 487-8

Va. crop, 156, 689, 693

threshing of, 168

export to France, 213, 278, 406

production in Md., 230, 263

speculation in, 351

demand for in Mediterranean, 358-9

export to Liverpool forbidden, 392

shortage in France, 406

export from Lisbon forbidden, 441-2n

sale of, 475, 515

U.S. detained in Portugal, 487-8

and weevils, 536

See corn

Wheatcroft, J.

letter from, 548

letter from cited, 549n

whiskey

production of, 3

See spirits

White, Alexander

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 82

defeated for election to House of Representatives, 533

identified, 534n

White, Thomas

captured by Sans Culotte, 548, 572-3, 574n

master of Lawrence, 548

White, Bishop William

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

white bent grass

sent to TJ, 112-13

sent to Washington, 112-13

for Monticello, 444

Whitney, Eli, 645n

Wiandot Indians

boundary with U.S., 355

Wiatonon Indians

and peace conference with Washington, 112, 114

Widen, Dean

supports French Revolution, 96n

Wilcocks, John

recommends Henry Cooper for consular appointment at St.

Croix, 204

recommends William Stevenson for consular appointment at

St. Eustatius, 204

William III, King of England

and battle of Neerwinden, 455, 458n

William V, Prince of Orange

and war with France, 137, 669

William and Mary, College of

George Washington Greene urged to attend, 365

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

William Penn (ship), 106, 166, 169, 577

Williams, Jonathan

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 82

Williamson, Mr.

and workmen for Federal District, 24

Williamson, Hugh

and recruiting service, 30n

stockholder in national bank, 433

Willing, Morris & Swanwick

as security for Stephen Cathalan, Jr., 212

recommend Wiliam Douglas Brodie for consular appointment at

Malaga, 309n

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

536, 566

Willing, Thomas

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 82n

Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard

letters to, 413-14, 542

letter from, 490

and U.S. debt to France, 17n, 239, 242n, 285, 460-2, 496,

499, 501, 507

and captives in Algiers, 143

and Lafayette's captivity, 194

and foreign loans, 239, 241n, 243n, 504, 673, 674n

T. Pinckney's account with, 394, 413-14

Humphreys's account with, 410, 413-14, 421, 532, 542

Barclay's account with, 421

letters to submitted to Washington, 423, 566

account with U.S., 438, 490

and Dutch regulation on contraband, 468n

and TJ's retirement, 482

Dumas's account with, 491

letter from submitted to Washington, 491n

Willink, Wilhem & Jan

and U.S. debt to France, 249

Willis, Stephen

letter to, 314-15

as brickmason at Monticello, 314

letter from cited, 314

Wilson, Capt. (master of Norfolk), 182

Wilson, James (Pa.)

letter to, 553

letter to quoted, 395-6n

rents TJ's Philadelphia house, 529, 553, 594

Wilson, Philip

aid for, 394

claims against British, 526

Winchester, Va., 19

window frames

for Monticello, 43

window panes

for Derieux, 44

window sashes

for Monticello, 26

Windward Islands, French

British expedition against, 377

wine

for TJ, 28-9, 235, 525, 549n, 580, 583, 620

Termo, 28-9, 235

production in Va., 92-3

production in Pa., 93n

price, 236

for Elbridge Gerry, 269

Sauterne, 269

TJ's comments on, 269

possible retaliation against Portuguese exports of, 426

duties on in U.S., 580

Wistar, Caspar, Jr.

letter from, 43

and Blanchard's balloon flight, 43-4

and proposed western expedition, 75

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 83n

Wolcott, Oliver, Jr.

and execution of Louis XVI, 443

Wolf, Charles John Michael de

and U.S. debt to France, 496, 510n

Wolff, Christian

Institutions du Droit de la Nature et des Gens, 606,

612-15, 618n

Wolne, Mr. See Waln, Mr.

wood

export to Spain, 185

export to French West Indies, 186

duties on in Great Britain, 187, 202

export to Great Britain, 187

export to British West Indies, 188

for Mint, 447

Woodson, Samuel

debt to TJ, 366

sued by TJ, 366

Wycombe, John Henry Petty, Marquis of Lansdowne, Lord

letter from, 587

introduces British travelers to TJ, 587

Wythe, George

letters to, 276, 401, 597

teaches law to William Branch Giles, xli

letter from cited, 276

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

and Wayles estate debt, 319

letter from quoted, 597n

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