Volume 26 Index

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M

macaroni molds

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

McCall & Plumsted

and china for TJ, 783

McCarthy, Mr.

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

MacCattie, John

and case of Fanny, 379n

McClurg, James

considered as Secretary of Treasury, 629

McCredie (McReadie), Andrew

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

MacCulloch, Edward, & Co.

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 590n, 742

McDonald, John

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 414n

Mace, Mr.

at Gibraltar, 427, 614

maces

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

McEvers, Charles, Jr.

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

McGhir, John

and case of Prosperity, 389n

McGillivray, Alexander

death, 16n

relations with Spain, 413n, 414n, 415n

and Treaty of New York, 414n

Mac-Girtt's ford, 16n

McHenry, James

letters to, 740, 759-60

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 740, 759-60

letter to submitted to Washington, 763

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

MacIntosh, David

and case of Fanny, 379n

McIver, Capt. (master of Maria)

captures Suckey, 337-8, 375-7

Mackay, Capt.

ship plundered by Catharine of Jamaica, 667n

MacKenzie, James

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 332, 431

McKenzie, William, 21

Mackie, Peter

letter to, 132

memorial from, 106

and case of Little Sarah, 106, 121, 132, 558

identified, 107n

McKinlay, James

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Mackintosh, James

Vindiciae Gallicae, 88

McReadie, Mr. See McCredie (McReadie), Andrew

McVickar, John

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

Madeira

governor of (see Coutinho, Diogo Pereira Forjaz)

consular fees at, 434

death of French consul at, 434

French ship detained at, 556

Pintard seeks to serve as French consul at, 556

Madison (ship)

forced to sell cargo at Málaga, 587

Madison, James

letters to, 25-7, 61-2, 132, 167-8, 239-42, 346, 401-4,

443-4, 500-1, 545, 575, 606-7, 649-50, 651-3, 720, 756

letters from, 133, 141-2, 272-4, 302-3, 323-4, 404-5, 521,

548-9, 585-7, 623, 654-5, 729-30, 741, 766-7

letters from cited, 27n, 346n

and house plan for brother, 61, 62n, 324, 403

plows for, 133, 241, 303, 545, 586

and TJ's retirement, 133, 239-40

views on neutrality, 133, 141

accepts French citizenship, 141-2, 241, 272

and new foreign loan, 241, 401

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 272-3, 324, 405, 586, 653

and U.S. guarantee of French possessions in America, 272-3, 586

and War of First Coalition, 272, 623

and French Revolution, 273, 302

and debts to British creditors, 302

and agent at New Orleans, 303

crops of, 324

and relations with France, 324, 548-9

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 401-3

and British seizure of French property on U.S. ships, 405

and "Pacificus" essays, 444, 521, 549, 623

views on Genet, 521

"Helvidius" essays, 549, 585-6, 623, 654-6, 729, 741

and final settlement of state accounts, 585

and moldboard plow, 586

letters to cited, 587n

and TJ's criticism of Genet, 623

considered as Secretary of State, 628-9

relations with Monroe, 651, 654-5, 720, 766

cipher for, 654, 720

and Enquiry into the Principles and Tendency of certain

Public Measures, 654-5

and addresses in support of Proclamation of Neutrality, 729,

741, 766

visits Monroe, 729, 735, 741

and Caroline County address on neutrality, 766

and Genet's threat to appeal from Washington to American

people, 766

health, 784

visits Monticello, 784, 799

packet for, 799

mentioned, 101, 213, 504, 659

Madison, James, Sr.

crops of, 324

Madison, William

TJ's house plan for, 61, 62n, 324, 403

crops of, 324

Magdeburg, Germany

Lafayette imprisoned at, 723-4

mahogany boxes

TJ's sent to Monticello, 20

Mahomet Squerz

visits Lisbon, 613

visits St. Michael, 614n

Mainz (Mentz)

and assignats, 389

allied siege of, 539

allied capture of, 755

mentioned, 744

Maitland, Alexander

introduced to TJ, 173, 242

Makepeace, George

and case of Suckey, 337, 338, 375-7

Makewell, George

captures Maria, 455n

Málaga, Spain

U.S. consul at, 420

U.S. ships forced to sell cargoes at, 587

Malcom, William

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

Maletkie (Cherokee chief)

and Treaty of New York, 15n

Man as He is (Robert Bage), 779

Mangourit, Michel Ange Bernard de

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 38-9,

42-3, 125, 253, 703, 782

continued as French consul at Charleston, 80

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

commissions Sans Culotte, 379n

and case of Joseph Riviere, 736-7

and case of Jesse, 782

Manifeste (States General)

sent to TJ, 73

Manrigo, Gracia

and case of Maria, 455n

Manson, James

and case of William, 335n

manure

in Va. agriculture, 29

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 397, 423, 428, 577, 658

for Monticello, 546

Sinclair's views on, 682

Map of the State of Maryland (Dennis Griffith)

preparation of, 798

maps

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19, 20

Mar, Masohed de la

Moroccan envoy to Amsterdam, 613-14

Marat, Jean Paul

unpopularity of, 542

murder of, 723, 755

marble

for Capitol, 490

Marbois, François Barbá, 479n

Marbury, Leonard

and fugitive slaves, 11n, 12n

Marchant, Henry

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

Mare Clausum (John Selden)

cited by E. Randolph, 33, 34, 35n

Maria (brigantine)

captured by Medie, 454-5, 542

recaptured by Ned, 454-5

Maria (British privateer)

captures Suckey, 337-8, 375-7, 379-80

Maria (ship)

captured by Algerines, 116n

Maria Luisa, Queen of Spain

relations with Godoy, 225-6

Marie Antoinette, Queen of France

patronage of Genet, 46n

trial, 723

Marks, Peter

Derieux's account with, 539

Marrenner, Peter W.

and case of Fury, 575-6

Marseilles, France

exchange rate, 94, 112, 122

Jacobins overthrown in, 94, 112

privateering at, 94, 625n

trade of, 94, 112

U.S. trade with, 587

Marshall, Mrs.

and fugitive slaves, 11n, 12n

Marshall, James Markham

returns to America, 7-8

and agent at New Orleans, 303

and books for TJ, 739

Marshall, John

and Richmond address in support of Proclamation of Neutrality, 717n

Marshall, Thomas

and opposition to excise in Ky., 507n

Martinely, Domingo

and fugitive slaves, 12n

Martinique, W.I.

British attack on, 164-5, 235, 241, 392n, 595

political divisions in, 164

slave unrest in, 164, 504, 595

massacre in, 504

duties in, 595-6

free blacks in, 595

port director at, 735

Mary (ship), 574n

Maryland

and printing of laws, 5

agriculture in, 29

attorney general, 360

Edward Thornton appointed British vice-consul in, 398

and addresses in support of Proclamation of Neutrality, 717n

and circular letter to merchants, 767-8

boundary with Del., 798

boundary with Va., 798

Dennis Griffith's map of, 798

Maryland, District Attorney of. See Hollingsworth, Zebulon Maryland Council

and case of Trusty, 418n

Maryland Herald, and Eastern Shore Intelligencer (Easton)

W. V. Murray's contribution to, 145

Mason, John

letter to, 63

as consular security for Joseph Fenwick, 8

and proposed purchase of provisions for France, 63

as consular security for Stephen Cathalan, Jr., 63n

letter from cited, 63n

mentioned, 389n

Mason and Dixon line, 798

Mason & Hordman

and case of Betsey, 453

masonry

for Capitol, 671-2

masons

for Monticello, 18, 26-7, 65, 92

Massachusetts

and printing of laws, 5

and advisory judicial opinions, 525

and circular letter to merchants, 767-8

Massachusetts, Governor of. See Hancock, John

Massachusetts, Lieutenant Governor of. See Adams, Samuel

Massachusetts General Court

and Pagan v. Hooper, 724

Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court

and Pagan v. Hooper, 724

Matra, Mr.

British consul in Morocco, 89

mattresses

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

Maubeuge, France

and War of First Coalition, 69

Mauritius. See Île de France

Maury, Fontaine, 433, 575

Maury, James

letters from, 185, 433

bill for, 332

and case of Aerial, 433

and case of George, 433

security for, 433

and British trade restrictions, 795, 796

letter from submitted to Washington, 795

Maxwell (ship)

captured by Sans Culotte, 728, 740

Mazzei, Philip

Giannini's claim on, 188

Prato's claim on, 188

mentioned, 668

Meade, George

and case of Catharine from Halifax, 254n

meadows

Sinclair's views on, 680-1

watering of in Great Britain, 680-1

meal

captured by French, 121

and British trade restrictions, 441n, 796

meat

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 577

mechanics

and neutrality, 26

medals

TJ's notes on diplomatic, 90

for Indians, 119, 263-4, 409, 410

received by TJ, 192

for foreign ministers, 367

for military officers, 367

British policy toward, 410

Medie (French frigate)

captures Maria, 454-5, 542

Mediterranean sea

Roman jurisdiction over, 35

and demand for corn, 77

U.S. trade in, 93

Medoc wine

for TJ, 718

Mentor (ship)

destroyed by Centurion and Vulture, 771n

Mentz. See Mainz (Mentz)

Mequinez, Morocco

and Moroccan civil war, 88, 405, 613

merchants, British

influence in U.S., 52n

opposition to French Revolution, 54

merchants, Irish

and neutrality, 26

merchants, U.S.

letter to (circular), 767-8

and British trade restrictions, 5-6

and neutrality, 26, 61, 62n, 382

and restoration of French prizes, 52n

criticism of, 102n

TJ's views on, 190

notified by Hammond of British neutrality policy, 377n

letter to submitted to Washington, 762

Mercié, Jean

and case of Columbia, 459n

Meredith, Samuel

and Mint, 185, 676

mentioned, 295

Merlino, Jean Marie François

conversation with G. Morris, 364

mentioned, 369n

Merrideth, James

and patent for John Clarke, 515

Mexico

coinage in, 224-5

and U.S. right to navigate Mississippi, 477

Meyercourt, Mme

murder of, 122

Michaud, Mr. See Michaux (Michaud), André

Michaux (Michaud), André

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, xlii, 393-5, 438-9

proposed western expedition, xlii, 393-5

consular commission requested for, 438-9

Mifflin, Thomas

letter from, 444-5

and case of Amiable, 158

and case of William, 342-3

and case of Little Sarah, 438, 444-5, 446, 447n, 448n,

464, 467, 476, 506

and case of Jane, 457-8, 480, 481n, 485

absence of, 467

and cannon for Mud Island, 508-9

and case of Citoyen Genet, 727-8

militia, French

spirit of, 69

militia, U.S.

and enforcement of neutrality, 75, 270-1, 437n, 508

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 139

Washington's views on, 219-20

milk

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 577

used to produce butter in Ireland, 681

Miller, George

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 38-9

Miller, John

and detention of Hope, 91

Miller, Magnes

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Miller, Phineas

letter from, 134

partnership with Eli Whitney, 134, 334n

Miller & Whitney

and cotton gin, 334n

Millet, Thomas

observations on Saint-Domingue, 754-5n, 763

described, 755n

mills

in Va., 59

for Monticello, 190, 386

absence in Albemarle County, 259

rental of TJ's, 289, 317

millwrights

for Mint, 185

Milrae, Thomas

ship captured by Sans Culotte, 740

Milton, Va.

trade, 259

Minbielle, Capt. (commander of Medie)

captures Maria, 455n, 542

Minerva (ship)

sale of, 78

Minister of Finance, French. See Clavière, Etienne

Minister of Foreign Affairs, French. See Deforgues,

François Louis Michel Chemin; Lebrun-Tondu, Pierre Henri Hélène Marie

Minister of Interior, French. See Roland de la Platière, Jean Marie

Minister of Justice, French. See Gohier, Louis Jérôme

Minister of Marine, French. See Bertrand de Molleville, Antoine François, Marquis de; Dalbarade, Jean; Lacoste, Jean de

Minister of Public Contributions, French. See Clavière, Etienne

Minister of War, French. See Pache, Jean Nicolas

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, French

and U.S. debt to France, 83n

Ministry of Interior, French

and U.S. debt to France, 83n

Ministry of Marine, French

and U.S. debt to France, 83n

Ministry of War, French

and U.S. debt to France, 83n

Mint, U.S.

assayer for, 4, 37-8, 676, 734-5

copper for, 185-6, 288, 598, 674, 753, 777

money for, 185-6

salaries for, 185-6

workmen for, 185-6

engraver for, 191, 192-3, 367

chief coiner and engraver for, 734

and coinage, 734, 737

Mint, U.S., director of. See Rittenhouse, David

Minturn, William

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

Minturn & Champlin

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

Miranda, Francisco de

and French plan to liberate South America, 394n

mirrors

TJ's sent to Monticello, 20

See also looking glasses

Mississippi river

Spanish fortification of, 168

U.S. right to navigate, 206, 210, 375n, 412n, 477-9, 485-6,

509, 551

reported British agreement with Spain on, 551

mentioned, 764

Mitchell, James

and case of Prince William Henry, 461-2n

Mobile

captured by Spanish, 764

Mobile river, 764

mockingbirds

at Monticello, 88

TJ's views on, 250

Mogador, Morocco

U.S. trade with, 614

Mohairs, W.I., 370

Moissonnier, F.

and case of Embuscade, 172

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

and case of Betsey, 432n, 454n

and alleged French refugee plots against Saint-Domingue,

612n

Mollinery, Capt. See Mulrinez (Mollinery), Capt. (commander of Sans Culottes)

Molloy, Patrick

impressed by British, 753n

Molly (ship)

captured by British privateer, 566-7, 568, 574

and restoration of British prizes, 640

monarchy

prospects for in U.S., 100, 101-2, 109-10, 169, 220-1, 628, 731

and parties in U.S., 190

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 273

money, paper

in France, 389, 635-8

in Great Britain, 389, 401

counterfeiting of state in England, 779-82

Monge, Gaspard

and Genet's letter of credence, 48-9

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

Monroe, Eliza

narrowly avoids riding accident, 784

Monroe, Elizabeth Kortright (Mrs. James Monroe)

health, 137

M. J. Randolph visits, 326

narrowly avoids riding accident, 784

mentioned, 190, 393, 503

Monroe, James

letters to, 189-90, 392-3, 501-3

letters from, 101, 135-7, 381-5, 551-3, 735-6

and proposed purchase of flour for France, 101

and relations with France, 135-6, 551-2

and relations with Great Britain, 135-6, 382-3, 385, 551-2

views on French Revolution, 135

views on neutrality, 135-6

contribution to National Gazette, 137

and John Barret's debt to TJ, 189-90

and British retention of western posts, 382

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 382-4

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 382-3, 551

and U.S. guarantee of French possessions in America, 382-3

and expatriation, 384

and privateering, 384

and relations with Spain, 384-5, 551-2

and public debt, 385, 551-2

and relations with Western Indians, 385

house for in Philadelphia, 393, 503

purchases slaves from TJ, 551

views on Federalists, 551-2

and "Pacificus" essays, 553

relations with Madison, 651, 654-5, 720, 766

Madison visits, 729, 735, 741

and TJ's criticism of Genet, 735

health, 784

visits Monticello, 799

mentioned, 25, 133, 799

Montesquieu, Charles Louis de Secondat, Baron de

and "Helvidius" essays, 655

Montgomery, Alexander

described, 791n

Montgomery, Robert, 427

Montgomery & Henry

letter to, 791

TJ's debt to, 791

letter from cited, 791n

letter to cited, 791n

Monticello

TJ's furniture shipped to, 8, 18-20, 171, 239, 250, 380,

540-1, 576, 757

house joiner for, 18, 26-7, 65, 92

mason for, 18, 26-7, 65, 92

TJ's housewares sent to, 19-20

trees, 53, 65, 380

garden, 54, 380

remodeling of, 64-6, 325-6

canal, 65, 317, 667

porticoes, 65

potash at, 65

tenant farmers for, 65, 190, 355-6

window frames for, 65, 326

carpenter for, 171

stonemason for, 171

mill, 190, 289, 317, 386

overseer for, 308, 318, 355-6, 397, 401, 422, 428, 445, 657, 788

joists for, 326

timber for, 326

triangular sleepers for, 326

wheels for, 326

Scottish workmen for, 667

stables, 667

Montmorin de Saint-Hérem, Armand Marc, Comte de

and U.S. right to navigate Mississippi, 477, 485, 509, 551

Moore, J., 88n

Moore, James

relations with T. M. Randolph, Jr., 88n

Moore, Sir John, 88n

Moore, William

and case of Catharine of Jamaica, 667n

appointed British vice-consul in Rhode Island, 752

exequatur for, 752

Moors

expulsion from Portugal, 613

visit Lisbon, 613, 673

Morgan, William

and case of Jane, 469-70

Morles, M.

and case of Ranger, 564-5n

Morning Star (ship)

captured by Embuscade, 253

condemned as legal prize by Mangourit, 253

Morocco

Barclay's mission to, 58

British consul in, 89

Swedish consul in, 89

civil war in, 163, 405, 427, 433n, 434, 613, 644

relations with Spain, 163, 434, 644

navy in disrepair, 435, 644-5, 751

treaty with Portugal, 613

U.S. trade with, 614

U.S. consul in, 614n

Morocco (city)

and Moroccan civil war, 88, 613

Morphy, Michael

letters from, 420-1, 587-8

consul at M‡laga, 420

exequatur for, 420-1

identified, 421n

Morris, Gouverneur

letters to, 108, 162, 274-6, 277, 697-711, 747-8, 760

letters from, 68-9, 162, 266, 363-8, 635-8, 662-3

and Genet's recall, xlii-xliii, 598, 689-715, 722, 730, 745,

747, 759, 760

draft letter to, xlii-xliii, 340 (illus.)

and War of First Coalition, 68-9, 368

and case of Fame, 69-70n, 266

and French Revolution, 69

and French trade restrictions, 70-1n, 162, 364, 368n, 663,

796, 797n

letters from submitted to Washington, 71n, 163n, 638n

and Beaumarchais's claim on U.S., 246n, 277

and French politics, 266, 365

and passports for U.S. ships, 275-6

letters to submitted to Washington, 277n, 280, 713n

account with U.S., 286, 635, 638n

and T. Pinckney's cipher, 288

appointed minister to France, 347-8, 352n

and U.S. debt to France, 347-52, 366

presentation to Louis XVI, 350

and case of Little Cherub, 364, 368n, 662, 663-4n

and French captures of U.S. prizes, 364, 366, 367

and Lafayette's captivity, 364-5

and diplomatic recognition of France, 365

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 366, 662, 663n

and Federal District, 367

and medals, 367

and Mint, 367

unpopularity of, 444n

and case of Maria, 454

and aid for seamen, 635

and French finances, 635-8

and case of Thomas Toby, 662-3, 664n

and Nantucket whalers, 662-3

and case of Juno, 664n

and case of Lawrence, 664n

and case of Patty, 664n

and new commercial treaty with France, 691, 743, 747-50, 754

mentioned, 412n, 769

Morris, Robert

and consular appointments, 231

plans to retire from Senate, 241

contract with Sylvanus Bourne, 296

and John Tayloe Griffin's loan request, 312

and contracts with Genet, 553

and Hamilton's proposed appeal to American people, 602

mentioned, 412n

Morse, Jedidiah

letter from, 369

American Universal Geography, 369

copyright for, 369

identified, 369n

Moses (TJ's slave)

and remodeling of Monticello, 65

Moultrie, William

and defense of Charleston, 28

and French privateering, 71, 126, 216-17, 572, 702

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 139n, 796-7

and plague, 392n, 438

request for cannon refused, 508

Mountflorence, James Cole

letter from, 769

refuses French commission, 522

visits France, 769

mentioned, 743

Mount Henneth (Robert Bage), 779

Moustier, Elénore François Elie, Comte de

diplomatic medal for, 90

letter to submitted to Washington, 92

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

described, 479n

instructions to, 479n

Moxley, William

impressed by British, 753n

Moz, M.

and case of Ranger, 565n

Mud Island, Pa.

and case of Little Sarah, 446, 448n, 449, 467

and case of Jane, 481n

cannon for, 508-9

militia for, 508-9

Muhlenberg, Frederick A. C., 267n

mulattoes

and defense of Martinique, 164

mulberry trees

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

Muley Abderhaman

proclaimed king of Sus, 89

Muley Absulem

concubines of visit Lisbon, 613

and Moroccan civil war, 613

wives of visit Lisbon, 613

Muley Ischem

and Moroccan civil war, 163, 433n, 613

Muley Slema

and Moroccan civil war, 163

Muley Suliman

and Moroccan civil war, 88-9, 163, 405, 427, 433n, 434, 613,

644, 751

Muley Yezid

death, 88

and Moroccan civil war, 163

widow of visits Lisbon, 613

mentioned, 644

Mulrinez (Mollinery), Capt. (commander of Sans Culottes)

captures Betsy brigantine, 624-5

Mumford, John P., & Co.

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

Murray, William Vans

letter to, 77

letter from, 144-5

and case of Eunice, 77, 144-5

letter from submitted to Washington, 77

and restoration of French prizes, 144-5

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