Volume 26 Index

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J

J., Mr.

recommends Albion Cox, 37

Jackson, William

letter to, 254-5

business trip to Europe, 162, 163, 254-5, 280, 288, 599

described, 162n

Jacobins

overthrow Girondins in Paris, 266, 267n

criticism of, 443

and Genet's recall, 691

jalousies

TJ's sent to Monticello, 20

Jamaica, W.I.

trade with Norfolk, 36n

trade with Philadelphia, 253

and British privateering, 338, 566, 626, 642-3

excludes U.S. ships, 370-1

trade with Baltimore, 379n

U.S. trade with, 470n

admiralty court, 632

trade with Canada, 666n

Jamaica, W.I., Governor of.  See Williamson, Adam

James, Benjamin

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 413n

James river, 397

Jane (British letter of marque ship)

accused of arming in Philadelphia, 457-8, 469-70, 481n, 485,

579, 611, 704-5

detained in Philadelphia, 484, 487, 496-7

mentioned, 480

Jane (Irish ship)

captured by Citoyen Genet, 584-5, 600-1, 744-5

and restoration of French prizes, 620, 621, 634-5

Jane (Swedish ship)

captured by Little Sarah, 726-7, 733

Jaudenes, Josef de

letters to, 78-9, 205, 473, 474, 505, 786

letters from, 9, 10-11, 13, 14-15, 118-19, 263-4, 271-2,

313-15, 474-6, 495, 497-8, 562, 771-2

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, xlii, 395n, 771-4, 786

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 9-10, 78-9,

118-20, 148-50, 161, 205, 263-6, 313-15, 328, 346, 405-16,

473, 474-6, 497-8, 505

and fugitive slaves, 10-12, 89

letters from submitted to Washington, 10n, 12n, 264n, 773n

and slaves stolen from E. Fla., 13-14, 89

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 15-17

letters to submitted to Washington, 79n, 206n, 474n, 476, 786n

and execution of Louis XVI, 207

Washington's criticism of, 333

and newspaper criticism of Spain, 474-6, 505, 562

and U.S. courier to Madrid, 474, 483, 495

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 784

mentioned, 212n, 506, 510

Jay (ship)

captured by Orestes, 435-6, 775, 786

Jay, John

letters to, 488, 520

letter from, 543

and debts to British creditors, 302

and relations with France, 303

and right to navigate Mississippi, 477

and referral of neutrality questions to Supreme Court, 488,

506, 507n, 520, 525, 526, 537, 541, 543-4, 550

letter to submitted to Washington, 488n

and N.Y. gubernatorial election, 523

letter to Washington, 543-4

letter from Washington, 550

considered as Secretary of State, 629

prefers to remain on Supreme Court, 629

and Genet's threat to appeal from Washington to American

people, 678n, 766

charge to grand jury of U.S. Circuit Court of Va., 702, 760

Jefferson, John Garland

letter to, 60-1

letter from, 213-14

account with Shelton, 60-1, 213-14, 258-9

TJ unable to lend money to, 60-1

account with Harris, 213-14, 258-9

letter from cited, 214n

declines to deal with T. Bell, 386

dines with Monroe, 736

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

writing habits, 18, 215, 250, 325, 445, 544

niece's affection for, 53

health, 64, 122, 355, 424, 445, 470

relations with TJ, 445

watch for, 463

friendship with Catharine Church, 723

brother-in-law's affection for, 785

sister's affection for, 785

mentioned, 19, 88, 757

Jefferson, Peter (TJ's father)

death, 235

mentioned, 109

Jefferson, Thomas

Agriculture

and Arthur Young's queries on, 28-31, 353, 396-7

and threshing machine, 62, 66, 141, 169, 241, 249, 356, 658, 742

plans for tenant farmers, 318, 355-6, 386, 596, 657

crop-rotation plan, 396-7, 401-3, 422-4, 428, 470,

576-8, 591-3, 657-8

views on in Va., 622-3

Architecture

house plan for William Madison, 61, 62n, 324, 403

and Thornton's Capitol plan, 425-6, 455, 462, 489-95,

500, 517-19

Business and Financial Affairs

account with J. W. Eppes, 7-8

account with Fenwick, Mason & Co., 46

unable to lend money to J. G. Jefferson, 60-1

sale of tobacco, 93, 171, 239, 738-9

account with Grand & Cie., 115, 116

endorses E. Randolph's note, 146

John Barret's debt to, 189-90, 381, 551

account with Thomas Bell, 259

declines loan to John Tayloe Griffin, 312-13

and Short's finances, 472, 571

Wayles estate debt, 544

sells slaves, 551

salary as Secretary of State, 569-70

declines to endorse note for E. Randolph, 624

account with Donald & Burton, 737-8

account with Adam Lindsay, 765-6

account with Richard Dobson, 789

debt to Montgomery & Henry, 791

Economic Theories

on trade with Great Britain, 275

Governor of Virginia

seeks copies of records as, 153

Personal Affairs

and case of Richard Randolph, 53-4

and J. G. Jefferson's education, 60-1, 213-14, 258-9, 386

plans to visit Monticello, 756, 757, 788, 789

Political Theories

on allied coalition, 26

on French Revolution, 26

on neutrality, 26

on Great Britain, 77

on monarchism in U.S., 100, 101-2, 169, 628, 731

on republicanism, 101-2

on freedom of press, 102, 505

on parties in U.S., 190

on public service, 239-40

on natural law and peace, 300

on corruption, 306

on diplomatic immunity, 363

on slavery, 503, 504, 788

on expatriation, 701-2

Portraits

by William Joseph Williams, 20

Residences

house on Schuylkill, 247, 445-6, 638, 744

Scientific Interests

telescope, 92, 170-1

steamboat, 108

linguistics, 237, 256

asphyxia, 256

weather, 279, 326

cotton gin, 334

propulsion machine, 353-4

moldboard plow, 586

waterwheel, 631

orrery, 799n

Secretary of State

and Genet's recall, xxxix-xli, xlii-xliii, 448n, 499,

503, 554-5, 561-2, 569, 594, 598, 606, 611, 616, 652,

685-715, 720, 722, 730-2, 745, 747, 752, 759, 760, 762

and new commercial treaty with France, xli, 61, 72,

96-9, 132, 134, 168, 602, 691, 743, 747-50, 751, 754

and Ternant's recall, xli-xlii, 57, 90, 92, 101,

110-11, 274

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, xlii, 393-5,

438-9, 771-4, 785-6

and Mint, 4, 37-8, 185-6, 191, 192-3, 269, 676, 734-5, 737

and printing of laws, 4-5

and impressment, 6n, 191-2

and relations with Southern Indians, 9-10, 78-9, 100

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 9-10,

78-9, 118-20, 148-50, 154, 161, 168, 205, 263-6,

313-15, 328, 346, 405-16, 473, 474-6, 497-8, 505

and fugitive slaves from E. Fla., 10-12, 78-9, 89

and slaves stolen from E. Fla., 13-14, 78-9, 89

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 15-17, 78-9, 138-40,

148, 151, 168, 188, 275, 287, 393, 409, 796-7

and foreign loans, 17, 193-4, 201-5, 206, 241, 293-5,

303-7, 401, 545, 606

and public securities, 17

plans to retire, 18, 27, 66, 133, 215, 235, 239-40,

472-3, 584, 593-4, 606-7, 624, 627-30, 659-60, 738,

742, 752, 756, 757, 788, 789

and southern whale fishery, 22-3

and case of Eunice, 25, 36, 67, 77, 117

and French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S.,

25, 36, 40, 43, 67, 71-3, 75, 77, 125-6, 167, 195-6,

216-17, 501-2, 536, 572, 603, 650

and enforcement of neutrality, 26, 582-3, 610n

and sale of U.S. ships built for war, 26, 499, 531, 536

and defense of Charleston, 28

and case of Grange, 31-5, 39, 43-4, 75, 127, 699

and French captures of prizes in U.S. territorial

waters, 31-5, 39, 43-4, 67, 77, 199-200, 253-4, 260,

262, 270-1, 335, 358, 378-9, 381, 398-9, 560, 620, 703

and maritime jurisdiction of U.S., 31-5, 39, 43-4, 531, 536

and case of Greyhound, 36

and relations with Great Britain, 37, 77, 168, 187,

190, 356, 392, 450-1, 501

and relations with Spain, 37, 190, 346, 392, 401, 485, 502

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S.,

38-9, 42-3, 125, 253, 340, 510-14, 535, 554, 557, 560,

561-2, 616, 650, 698, 702-4, 782, 795-6

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 39,

40-1, 43, 77, 81n, 125-6, 130-1, 145-6, 155-6, 159-61,

167, 173, 198, 363, 450, 467-8, 498-9, 501-2, 611,

616, 641, 650, 653-4, 698, 699-702

and restoration of French prizes, 39, 43-4, 50-2, 71-3,

75, 77, 127, 150, 167, 186, 197-8, 199-200, 216-18,

253-4, 260, 270-1, 285, 286-7, 335, 369-74, 378-9,

398-9, 453-4, 461-2, 486-7, 531, 584-5, 600-1, 603-4,

607-8, 618-19, 620, 621, 624-5, 627, 633, 634-5, 640,

708, 722, 726-7, 733, 739-40, 789-90, 792-4

and sale of arms to France, 39, 42, 124

and U.S. debtors on French prizes, 45

and maces for Va. General Assembly, 49, 236-7, 256, 391

and allied right to fit out privateers in U.S., 50, 71,

535, 581

and French right to commission privateers in U.S., 50,

231-3, 257-8, 259-60, 261-2, 271, 281-2, 296, 297-300,

327, 339-41, 436-7, 438, 444-5, 446-53, 463-7, 501-2,

560-1, 572, 616, 699-702

and reprisals against France, 51

and case of Resolution, 55-6, 74

and French captures of U.S. prizes, 55-6, 74, 142-3,

185, 191, 369-74, 486-7, 624-5, 739-40, 782, 792-4

and eligibility of U.S. citizens to act as French

prize agents, 56

and Genet's reception by Washington, 57, 61

and passports for U.S. ships, 57

and proposed purchase of provisions in U.S. for France,

58, 59, 63, 82-7, 132, 134, 174-84, 190, 252, 268,

283-4, 309

and Humphreys's mission to Algiers, 60

and Genet's reception in Philadelphia, 61

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 61, 346, 403, 501, 606,

649-50, 651, 653, 697-8

and excise act, 62, 507

and U.S. guarantee of French possessions in America,

62, 72, 190, 241, 247, 403, 571, 653

and withdrawal from U.S. ports of French privateers

commissioned by Genet in U.S., 71-3, 137-8, 151-2,

154, 155-6, 161, 167, 195-6, 198, 285, 296, 321,

322-3, 327, 362, 461, 498, 501-2, 584-5, 620, 633, 707-8

and War of First Coalition, 72, 100, 122, 124, 132,

167, 180, 190, 356, 392, 545, 546, 606-7

and hostilities between belligerents in U.S.

jurisdictions, 75

and defense of Norfolk, 76

and reorganization of French consular service, 79-81

and Dunkirk buoy, 81

and case of Gideon Henfield, 81n, 130-1, 145-6, 154,

159-61, 173, 611, 653-4, 702

and proposed purchase of naval stores in U.S. for

France, 82-7, 213

and case of Hope, 91, 143-4, 146-7

and duties on wine, 99, 105

and relations with Western Indians, 99-100, 235, 247,

250, 275, 287, 393

and case of Joseph Ravara, 102-5

and National Gazette, 102

and case of Little Sarah, 106, 121, 132, 438, 444-5,

446-52, 460, 463-7, 476-7, 481-2, 499, 547-8, 558,

573, 616, 633, 711

and French captures of British prizes, 106, 117, 121,

132, 218, 253-4, 260, 262, 270-1, 378-9, 398-9, 461-2,

558, 584-5, 600-1, 703, 728

and Saint-Domingue political divisions, 122, 763

and need for U.S. agent at New Orleans, 132

and case of York, 142-3, 185, 191, 248, 369-74, 486-7

and case of Amiable, 147, 158

and Spanish relations with Western Indians, 148

and Spanish relations with Great Britain, 149, 207-10, 222

and sale of French prizes in U.S., 151, 152, 155-6,

161, 281-2, 301, 498, 534-5, 705-6

reported resignation, 153

and Chickasaw-Creek war, 156-7, 173, 409, 411

and case of John Singleterry, 159

and French trade restrictions, 162, 488n, 619, 796

and British captures of U.S. prizes, 165, 336-9, 375-7,

379-80, 386, 564-5n, 566-7, 568, 574, 626, 630-1, 632,

761, 775, 786

and infractions of peace treaty, 166, 322, 327, 328,

329-30, 333, 361-2

and case of Embuscade, 172

and carrying trade, 187, 188, 239, 247, 275-6, 286, 392-3

and relations with France, 187, 190, 247, 306, 356,

450-1, 501, 503, 602, 697, 709-11, 730-2, 754

and parties in U.S., 190

and case of Philip Wilson, 191

and case of Lafayette, 192

conflict with Hamilton, 193-4, 201-5, 206, 219, 220-1,

241, 267, 293-5, 303-7, 545, 601-2, 606, 652, 689-90

and case of William, 199-200, 281-2, 335, 342-3, 358,

361, 378, 381, 398-9

and case of Fanny, 200, 378-9, 399

and Hamilton's alleged plan for monarchical government, 220-1

and Spanish relations with France, 222

and relations with Algiers, 238

and Madison's acceptance of French citizenship, 241

and Washington's health, 241

and Beaumarchais's claim on U.S., 243-7, 277

and ceremonial at N.Y., 248-9

and case of Catharine from Halifax, 253-4, 258, 260,

262, 270, 285, 560

and case of Republican, 257-8, 259-60, 261-2, 270,

271, 281-2, 285, 296, 297-300, 340, 560-1, 620

and Hamilton-Fraunces dispute, 267

and "Veritas" essays, 267-8, 522

and John Cleves Symmes's application for land patent,

269, 270

and British trade restrictions, 275, 795, 796

and trade with Great Britain, 275

and trade with Denmark, 276

and trade with Sweden, 276

and consular appointments, 277-8, 296, 355

and loan from Bank of United States, 280

and case of Active, 281-2

and case of Citoyen Genet, 285, 296, 727-8

and case of Sans Culotte, 285, 296

and Department of State accounts, 286

and delay in pursuing belligerent ships leaving U.S.

ports, 290-1, 536

and general Indian war, 306

and suspension of payment on bills drawn to supply

Saint-Domingue, 308-12, 344, 437-8

and pardons, 319-20

and U.S. debt to France, 320, 321

and British retention of western posts, 322, 361-2

and proposed purchase of lumber in U.S. for France, 323

and Southwest Territory, 326

and British relations with Western Indians, 329, 361-2

and U.S. jurisdiction over belligerent prizes, 335,

342-3, 560, 703, 704

and case of Suckey, 336-9, 361, 375-7, 379-80, 386,

566, 568, 640

and final settlement of state accounts, 343, 666

and British privateers fitted out in U.S., 344, 359

and French Revolution, 356, 389, 401

and Federal District, 357, 425-6, 455, 462, 489-95,

500, 517-19, 671-2

and issuance by foreign officials of passports for

U.S. ships, 357

and detention of French prizes in U.S. ports, 358, 374,

484, 487

and arming of allied ships in U.S. ports, 359-60,

417-18, 457-8, 469-70, 485, 498, 501-2, 534, 535, 579

and use of U.S. ports by allied ships, 360, 581

and use of U.S. ports by armed allied ships, 360, 417,

424-5, 438, 531, 534, 611, 620, 704-5, 787

and restoration of British prizes, 375-7, 379-80, 386,

640, 642-3

and possibility of war with Great Britain, 375n, 392

and possibility of war with Spain, 375n, 392, 411

and U.S. right to navigate Mississippi, 375n, 412n,

477-9, 485-6, 509, 551

and British neutrality policy, 377n

and patents, 387, 631

and British public finance, 389, 392, 401

and André Michaux's proposed western expedition, 393-5

criticism of Genet, 393, 444, 500-1, 502-3, 606, 623,

651-2, 735

and Genet's right to appeal to American people, 393

and Genet's right to appeal to Congress, 393

and exequaturs for foreign consuls, 398, 752, 765

and "Pacificus" essays, 403, 444, 606, 650

and suspension of treaties with France, 403

and U.S. Indian policy, 405-6

and case of Swallow, 417, 424-5, 438, 620

and case of Trusty, 417-18

and Thornton's Capitol plan, 425-6, 455, 462, 489-95,

500, 517-19

and case of Betsey, 432, 453-4

and French captures of Swedish prizes, 432, 453-4,

726-7, 733

and case of Hector, 436-7

and arming of French privateers in U.S., 438, 444-5,

446-52, 463-7

and French plan to liberate Canada, 438-9

and Report on Commerce, 442-3, 546-7

and case of Vainqueur de la Bastille, 452-3

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 455-6, 503, 504,

520, 554, 740, 754, 759-60, 763, 784

and case of Jane, 457-8, 469-70, 485, 496-7, 579,

611, 704-5

and British interference with French passengers on

U.S. ships, 458-9, 464, 557-9, 706-7

and British seizure of French property on U.S. ships,

458-9, 464, 554, 557-9, 563-5, 706-7

and case of Lovely Lass, 461-2

and case of Prince William Henry, 461-2

and newspaper criticism of Spain, 474-6, 505, 562

and referral of neutrality questions to Supreme Court,

484-5, 487, 488, 520, 524-38, 541, 543-4, 550, 594,

606-7, 653

and arming of French ships in U.S., 498, 534

and enlistment in French service of French citizens in

U.S., 499, 531

and French use of French arms in U.S., 499, 531, 535

and Hamilton's proposed appeal to American people, 503,

554-5, 598, 601-2, 606, 652, 689-90, 720

views on West Indies, 503, 504

and cannon for Mud Island, 508-9

and purchase of saltpeter, 508-9

and American captives in Algiers, 509

and case of Dover Cutter, 510

and Va. quarantine against plague, 516

and case of Stephen Sayre, 517

and alleged Federalist criticism of Washington, 522-3

and body to advise executive on neutrality, 526, 653

and arming of French privateers in U.S. ports, 530-1, 535

and allied interference with French passengers on U.S.

ships, 531

and allied seizure of French property on U.S. ships, 531

and free ships and free goods, 531, 536, 557-9, 706-7

and French right to fit out privateers in U.S., 534,

535, 619, 620, 633-5, 698, 699-702

and belligerent captures of prizes in U.S. territorial

waters, 535-6

and belligerent interference with French passengers on

U.S. ships, 536

and belligerent seizure of French property on U.S.

ships, 536

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in belligerent service, 536

and early meeting of Congress, 555, 608, 611, 615, 619,

627, 650

and case of Molly, 566-7, 568, 574, 640

and Northwest Territory, 568, 643, 659, 660

and arming of belligerent ships in U.S., 579, 608

and belligerent use of belligerent equipment in U.S., 579

and enlistment in belligerent service of belligerent

citizens in U.S., 579, 609

and equipment of merchant ships in U.S., 579, 608-9

and neutrality rules, 579-80, 607-8, 608-9, 611, 618,

619, 648-9

and repair of belligerent ships in U.S., 579

and U.S. treaty obligations and neutrality, 580-1, 588,

607-8, 609

and sale of allied prizes in U.S., 581

and case of Jane of Dublin, 584-5, 600-1, 744-5, 754

and British captures of French prizes, 596-7, 611,

612-13, 618

and case of Republican tender, 596-7, 611, 612-13,

618, 630

and compensation for French prizes, 603-4, 607-8,

618-19, 621, 627, 633, 634-5, 708, 722, 744-5, 789-90

and use of U.S. ports by French privateers fitted out

in U.S., 604, 607-8, 633-5, 640, 641, 720

and battle between Boston and Embuscade, 608

and equipment of belligerent ships in U.S., 608

and equipment of allied privateers in U.S., 609

and equipment of allied ships in U.S., 609

and equipment of French ships in U.S., 609

and British captures of prizes in U.S. territorial

waters, 611, 612-13, 618

and alleged French refugee plots against

Saint-Domingue, 612, 620, 634

and possible U.S. involvement in War of First

Coalition, 615

and Genet's attitude toward Washington, 616

and case of Roland, 620, 795-6

and payment of duties on prize goods in U.S., 620, 705-6

and case of Betsy brigantine, 624-5, 792-4

and case of Defiance, 626, 645

views on Republicans, 628

and case of Flora, 632, 640

and case of Sophia, 632, 640

and "No Jacobin" essays, 650

and Bank of United States, 651

and neutrality, 651-2

and proposed division of Department of Treasury, 651-2

and strategy for Republicans, 651-2

criticism of E. Randolph, 652-3

and "Helvidius" essays, 655, 729, 741

decides to remain in office, 659-60

and sinking fund, 661

and case of Catharine of Jamaica, 666-7, 758, 761

and Genet's threat to appeal from Washington to

American people, 676-8, 684, 756

and Genet's right to appeal from Washington to

American people, 694-5, 708-9

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue refugees, 706-7

and addresses in support of Proclamation of Neutrality,

717-18, 720

and "Franklin" essays, 720

and Pagan v. Hooper, 724-6

and case of Jane schooner, 726-7, 733

and case of Maxwell, 728

and case of Joseph Riviere, 736-7

and case of Ann and Susan, 739-40

and Yznardi's proposed mission to Algiers, 758

and circular to merchants, 762, 792

and report on W. Fla., 763-5

and case of Jay, 775, 786

and case of Jesse, 782

and case of Orion, 787

and case of Duplaine, 795-6

Virginia Estate

See Elk Hill; Monticello; Shadwell

Writings

"Anas," 17, 101-2, 219-20, 248-9, 267, 437-9, 446-7,

449-52, 463-7, 498-9, 508-9, 522-3, 545, 553-5, 571-3,

579-80, 588, 598, 601-3, 607-8, 627, 627-30, 730-2, 749-50

Opinion on the Restoration of Prizes, 50-1

Notes on the Citoyen Genet and Its Prizes, 71-2

Notes on the State of Virginia, 109, 566, 798

Cabinet Memorandum on French Privateers, 155

Cabinet Opinions on Sending an Agent to the Choctaw

Indians, 156-7

Opinion on a New Foreign Loan, 201-4

Cabinet Opinions on the Republican and the

Catharine, 259-60

Cabinet Opinion on French Privateers, 296

Second Opinion on a New Foreign Loan, 303-6

Report on the Proceedings of the Southwest Territory, 326

Cabinet Opinion on Relations with Spain and Great

Britain, 328

Cabinet Opinions on the Little Sarah, 446-7

Dissenting Opinion on the Little Sarah, 449-52

Memorandum of a Conversation with Edmond Charles Genet, 463-7

Cabinet Opinion on Consulting the Supreme Court, 484-5

Questions for the Supreme Court, 530-1, 534-6

Memorandum of Conversations with Edmond Charles Genet, 571-3

Opinion on Convening Congress, 615

Cabinet Opinions on Privateers and Prizes, 620-1

Cabinet Opinions on Edmond Charles Genet, 745

Cabinet Opinions on the Roland and Relations with

Great Britain, France, and the Creeks, 795-7

Jenkins, D.

and case of Governor Pinckney, 564n

Jersey, Channel Island

and British privateering, 564n

Jesse (ship)

captured by Sans Pareil, 782

Johanene, Pierre A.

and case of Gideon Henfield, 130n

captures William, 335n

captures Betsey, 453-4

captures Prince William Henry, 462n

captures Jane of Dublin, 600-1, 744-5

John (British ship)

captured by Sans Culotte, 218

John (U.S. ship), 575

John Marie Joseph Louis, Prince of Brazil

greets Moors, 613

has Duke of Cadaval arrested, 755

Johnson, Joshua

letter from, 752-3

cargo of brandy detained at Dunkirk, 69-70n

and case of Maria, 454

and case of Brothers, 540

plans to resign, 752

security for, 752

and British seizure of French property on U.S. ships, 753

and impressment, 753

and Mint, 753

Johnson, Thomas

letter to, 671-2

letter from, 357

and map of Federal District, 357

considered as Secretary of State, 629

considered as Secretary of Treasury, 629

See also Federal District Commissioners

Johnston, Benjamin

impressed by British, 753n

Johnston, William

and case of Betsey, 432

Johnstone, George, 764

joists

for Monticello, 326

"Jonathan Pindar"

pseudonym used by St. George Tucker, 404

Jones, Mr.

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Jones, Jonathan

appointed consular agent at Bordeaux, 601

Jones, Lew, 538n

Jones, Mordecai, 336n

Joseph and Mary "British privateer"

detains Regulator, 459n

Judge Admiral, Scottish

and impressment, 6n

Julius Pringle (ship)

passport for, 645

Juno (ship)

captured by Capricieuse, 664n

compensated for damages sustained through French detention, 664n

Jupiter (French warship)

and Saint-Domingue refugees, 456n

Jupiter (ship)

captured by Concorde, 746

Jupiter (TJ's slave)

and horse for TJ, 504, 657, 721

and canal for Monticello, 667

Justice, John

and case of Citoyen Genet, 728n

Justice, Richard (Cherokee chief)

relations with Spain, 317

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