Volume 26 Index

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La Boissier, Gabriel Franois Paparel

oath of allegiance to Pa., 308

Lacoste, Jean de

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 349, 352n

Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier,

Marquis de

in Austrian captivity, 192, 364-5

compared to Dumouriez, 229

criticism of, 366

letter to Princesse d'Hénin, 723-4

in Prussian captivity, 723-4

mentioned, 369n

La Forest, Antoine René Charles Mathurin de

letter to, 345

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 310n, 311n

returns to France, 345, 521-2n

letter from cited, 345n

relations with Genet, 521

Laight, William

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

Lake, Richard

and fugitive slaves, 12n

Lake Maurepas, 764

Lake Pontchartrain, 764

La Luzerne, Anne César, Chevalier de

diplomatic medal for, 90

instructions from Vergennes, 478-9n

Lamarque, M.

and case of Ranger, 564n

Lambert, William

letter from, 234

identified, 234-5n

seeks House of Representatives clerkship, 234

Lamille, Capt. (commander of Espoir)

captures Sally, 388n

Lamprire, M., 613

lamps

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

land

value of, 29

price of, 30

Lang, Richard

and fugitive slaves, 12n

Lángara y Huerte, Juan de

naval operations in Mediterranean, 435, 587-8

Langdon, John

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Langdon, Woodbury

and final settlement of state accounts, 343

letter from Washington, 343

letter from cited, 343n

Larache, Morocco

Moroccan ships at, 644

mentioned, 751

Lark (ship)

captured by Algerines, 163, 421, 427

La Roussie, M.

and case of Governor Pinckney, 564n

Lasmartres, Jean

and case of Suckey, 339n

Lasqueti, Luis

and southern whale fishery, 23n

Latimer, Mr.

and Greyhound, 36n

Latouche, Capt. (master of George)

ship captured by Ann, 433

ship fired on by British privateer, 753

Laurance, John

and case of Catharine from Halifax, 254n

Laurens (ship). See Lawrence (Laurens) (ship)

Lawrence (Laurens) (ship)

captured by Sans Culotte, 167

and restoration of French prizes, 664n

Lawrence, Dayton & Co.

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

League of Armed Neutrality

and free ships and free goods, 332, 673-4

Leamy, John

supports Michael Morphy's consular appointment at Málaga, 421n

mentioned, 271

Lear, Mary Long (Mrs. Tobias Lear)

funeral, 578

death, 617

Lear, Tobias

letters from, 66, 151, 506, 660, 666, 734-5

and foreign loans, 17

and public securities, 17

and proposed purchase of provisions for France, 63n

letter from E. Randolph quoted, 151n

and alleged Federalist criticism of Washington, 522-3

wife's death, 617

and case of Roland, 620, 621n, 795-6

letter from quoted, 762n

and case of Duplaine, 795-6, 797n

mentioned, 722n

leather

exportation from France forbidden, 744

Lebrun-Tondu, Pierre Henri Hélène Marie

and Genet's letter of credence, 48-9

and case of Fame, 69-70n, 266

and Dunkirk buoy, 81

and U.S. debt to France, 82, 86

and French trade restrictions, 162-3n, 364, 368n

arrest of, 266

and case of Little Cherub, 364, 368n

and Genet's mission to U.S., 685

Le Cheminant, William

and case of Prosperity, 389n

Le Couteulx & Cie.

and case of Thomas Toby, 664n

Lee, Henry

letters to, 76, 391, 516

letters from, 25, 49, 218, 391

and case of Eunice, 25, 76

and French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S., 25

letters from submitted to Washington, 25n, 479

and maces for Va. General Assembly, 49, 237n, 391

letter to submitted to Washington, 77n

introduces Muscoe Livingston to TJ, 218

and Va. quarantine against plague, 391-2, 438, 506, 516

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 456n

request for cannon refused, 508

and case of Orion, 787n

mentioned, 574

Lee, Thomas Sim

letter to, 117

letter from, 67

and case of Eunice, 67, 117

and case of Trusty, 360, 417-18, 481

and alleged French refugee plots against Saint-Domingue,

612n, 620, 621n, 634

mentioned, 25n, 506, 507n

Leesburg, Va., 622

Legget, James

ship captured by Citoyen Genet, 199-200, 218, 335n

Leghorn, Italy

and French naval operations, 89

Le Havre, France

market for tobacco, 93

exchange rate, 167

and French privateering, 364

trade with Hamburg, 368n

U.S. trade with, 387, 388n, 433, 435, 564n, 646, 783

mayor of, 436n

U.S. consul at, 743

Le Hoc, M.

asked to leave Hamburg, 540

Leith, Scotland

impressment in, 6

Lemaigre, Peter

petition and memorial from, 336-9

petition and remonstrance from, 566-7

and case of Suckey, 336-9, 375-7, 386, 566, 568, 630-1,

639, 642-3

oath of allegiance to Pa., 337, 376n, 377n

identified, 339n

and case of Molly, 568, 574, 630-1, 639, 642-3

Lemaire, Jean Baptiste

and case of Columbia, 459n

lemons

importation by Great Britain, 683

lemon trees

at Monticello, 380

Lentilhon, M.

memoir missing, 755n

refugee from Saint-Domingue, 759-60, 763

Leonard, James

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 415n

Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor

and Declaration of Pillnitz, 603n

Le Roy, Jean Baptiste

letter to, 108

Leroy & Bayard

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

Leslie, Robert

letter from, 463

delivers letter to T. Pinckney, 332

arrives in London, 463

Lesponne, Pierre

and case of Suckey, 339n

Létombe, Philippe de

recommended to TJ, 170, 236

letter of marque ships

not considered privateers by U.S., 579

considered privateers by Genet, 696

Letters addressed to the Yeomanry of the United States

(George Logan)

sent to Madison, 346, 521

Letters from His Excellency General Washington (Arthur Young)

prints Richard Peters letter, 31n

prints TJ to Washington letter, 398n

letters of marque

French form sent to TJ, 81n

Letters on the Revolution of France (Thomas Christie)

requested by T. M. Randolph, Jr., 88

Le Veillard, Louis

health, 114

son plans to settle in Philadelphia, 114

Lewis, Charles Lilburne (TJ's brother-in-law)

letter to, 188-9

letters from cited, 189n

Lewis, Lucy Jefferson (Mrs. Charles Lilburne Lewis, TJ's sister)

TJ's affection for, 189

Lewis, Nicholas

crops damaged by weevil, 87

and TJ's accounts, 259

and sale of TJ's slaves, 551

and TJ's debt to Montgomery & Henry, 791

Liberty (British privateer)

captures Eliza, 435

Liberty County Superior Court, Ga.

and stolen slaves, 14n

limes

captured by French, 601n

Lindsay, Adam

letter to, 247-8

letters from, 189, 765-6

and candles for TJ, 189, 247

and sale of French prizes in U.S., 189

TJ's account with, 765-6

Lindsay, William

and French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S., 36n

Linnaeus, Carolus, 278

Linnet (ship)

detained at New Providence, 567n

Lion, Capt. (master of Swallow), 360

Lisbon

consular fees at, 434

visited by Moors, 613, 673

demand for flour at, 647

demand for wheat at, 647

Little, Henry, 759

Little Cherub (ship)

captured by Vrai Patriote and Argus, 364, 368n, 663-4n

mate murdered by French, 364, 368n, 662, 663-4n

Little Democrat. SeeLittle Sarah

Little Sally (ship), 147

Little Sarah (Little Democrat; Petite Démocrate) (British brigantine and French privateer)

not subject of TJ's opinion, 52n

captured by Embuscade, 106, 121, 132, 445, 456-7, 547-8, 558

and arming of French privateers in U.S., 438, 446-52, 456-7,

463-7, 481-2, 499

and French right to commission privateers in U.S., 438,

444-5, 456-7, 463-7, 481-2, 711

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, 447n

renamed Petite Démocrate, 447n

George Allison enlists on, 467-8

and detention of French prizes in U.S. ports, 484, 487

leaves Philadelphia, 547-8, 573, 616, 633, 708

and use of U.S. ports by French privateers fitted out in U.S., 608

and withdrawal from U.S. ports of French privateers

commissioned by Genet in U.S., 620

and restoration of French prizes, 640

and French right to fit out privateers in U.S., 693, 708, 791

damages Peggy, 712n

captures Jane schooner, 726-7, 733

captures Ann and Susan, 739-40

mentioned, 524

Little Turkey (Cherokee Indian)

and boundary with U.S., 414n

relations with Spain, 414n

liver

price, 9

Liverpool, England

business stagnation in, 185

and British privateering, 388-9n, 433, 455n

prices in, 433

wheat imports, 682

livestock

food for, 356

Livingston, Brockholst

attitude toward Hamilton, 523

and case of Catharine from Halifax, 560

described, 561n

Livingston, Muscoe

business trip to France, 218, 574

introduced to TJ, 218

described, 218n

Livingston, Robert R.

considered as Secretary of Treasury, 629

livres tournois

exchange rate, 84n, 204

Llanes, Lorenzo

and fugitive slaves, 12n

Lloyd's of London

Liverpool price list sent to TJ, 185n

Lobato, Nicolas

and southern whale fishery, 23n

Locke, John

and "Helvidius" essays, 655

locust trees

and crop-rotation plan of T. M. Randolph, Jr., 592

Loehmann, John

letter from, 255

seeks pension, 255

identified, 255n

Logan, Benjamin

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, 438-9

Logan, George

letter to, 428

and plows, 303

Letters addressed to the Yeomanry of the United States, 346, 521

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 428, 576-8, 658

TJ visits, 545

and plows for Madison, 586

London

exchange rate, 9, 94, 112, 167

U.S. trade with, 435

Chatham's criticism of, 656n

impressment in, 753

Londonderry, Ireland

trade with Philadelphia, 740n

Long, Charles

and case of Philip Wilson, 770-1

Long Island sound, 532

looking glasses

for TJ, 171

See also mirrors

López de Armesto (Arnesto), Andrés de, 120

Lord, Elias

master of Young Eagle, 7-8, 92

Lords of the Admiralty, British

and impressment, 753

Lords of the Treasury, British

and case of Philip Wilson, 770-1

Louisa County, Va.

corn crop, 746

Louis d'or

value, 635

Louisiana

French plan to liberate, xlii, 438-9, 447n, 771-4, 785-6

possible U.S. attack on, 375n

Spanish trade concessions to, 429, 430n

Louisiana, Governor of. See Carondelet, Francisco Luis Hector, Baron de

Louis XVI, King of France

portrait of sent to Monticello, 20

Girondin plan to exile to America, 47n

correspondence with Washington, 92n

execution, 207, 208, 212n, 778n

free gift to U.S., 245n

dethronement, 350, 351

G. Morris's presentation to, 350

and U.S. debt to France, 351

and assault on Tuileries, 366

trial, 400, 637

and U.S. right to navigate Mississippi, 477

and U.S. Constitution, 479n

alleged bribery of National Convention, 555n

and Declaration of Pillnitz, 603n

mentioned, 98n, 365, 773

Louvre

colonnade of, 492, 494n

Lovely Lass (ship)

captured by Citoyen Genet, 461-2

and detention of French prizes in U.S. ports, 484, 487

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

Lowrey, Joseph

ship captured by Embuscade, 106

Loxley, Benjamin, 598, 753

lucerne

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 402, 423

and crop-rotation plan of T. M. Randolph, Jr., 470

Ludlow, Daniel, & Co.

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

and case of Jay, 436n

Ludlow, George

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

lumber

proposed purchase of in U.S. for France, 95, 107, 117, 213, 323

for Monticello, 325

importation by Great Britain, 683

Sinclair's views on, 683

captured by French, 726-7

Lyall, William

letter from, 418-20

plans to settle in U.S., 418-20

Lyle, James (Eng.)

letter from, 418-20

plans to settle in U.S., 418-20

Lynnhaven Bay, 378

Lyon, Capt. (commander of Swallow)

and use of U.S. ports by armed allied ships, 425n

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