Volume 26 Index

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Rabat, Morocco

and Moroccan civil war, 88, 89, 405

Raigersfeld, Baron de, 779n

Rainbow (ship)

plundered by Catharine of Jamaica, 761

Ralston, Robert

and case of Jane schooner, 726-7

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Ramadan

feast of, 88

Ramsay, Mr.

killed by Creeks, 413n

Ramsay, James

and case of William, 335n

Ramsay, Williamson & Co.

and impressment, 6

Randall, Mr.

and Creek boundary with Ga., 415n

Randall, Thomas

memorial from, 369-74

and case of Republican, 257n

and case of York, 369-74

Randolph, Ann Cary

alleged incest and infanticide, 53-4

Randolph, Anne Cary (TJ's granddaughter)

affection for aunt, 53

affection for TJ, 53

health, 53, 55, 88, 153, 278, 471, 541

TJ's affection for, 66, 122, 169, 250, 424, 446, 546

development of, 380

caricatures for, 617

and Mrs. Lear's death, 617

Randolph, Beverley

and Harry Innes's slaves, 100

and proposed treaty with Western Indians, 250

mentioned, 277n

Randolph, David

reconciliation with T. M. Randolph, Jr., 53

Randolph, David Meade

letter from, 675

visits Philadelphia, 617

returns to Va., 649, 658, 675, 720, 721, 741, 767, 799

visits Trenton, 658

Randolph, Edmund

letters to, 557, 624, 665, 782

letters from, 121, 146, 151-2, 561-2, 568, 616, 665

memorandums from, 24, 137-8

opinion on the Grange, 31-5

and Genet's recall, xl-xli, 561-2, 569n, 594, 598, 616, 652,

688-91, 713-14n, 720, 731, 745, 752, 762

portrait of, xl-xli, 340 (illus.)

and TJ's letter to Ternant, 24, 44n, 55

and enforcement of neutrality, 26, 117n, 582-3

TJ's criticism of, 26, 27n, 652-3

and maritime jurisdiction of U.S., 31-5, 43

and restoration of French prizes, 31-5, 51-2n, 72, 127,

128n, 186, 603-4, 607-8, 620, 621

and case of Grange, 43, 127, 128n

and withdrawal from U.S. ports of French privateers

commissioned by Genet in U.S., 72, 137-8, 151-2, 161,

196n, 620

and case of Resolution, 74

and French captures of U.S. prizes, 74, 782

and case of Little Sarah, 121, 132, 616

and case of Gideon Henfield, 131n, 145-6, 160, 161, 569,

689, 702, 713n, 714n

and new commercial treaty with France, 132, 749-50

and purchase of provisions in U.S. for France, 132

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 137-8,

145-6, 160, 498-9, 502, 616

and French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S., 137-8

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 138-40, 796-7

financial affairs, 146, 624, 629

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

letter to T. Lear quoted, 151n

and relations with France, 152, 548-9, 720, 731

visits Va., 154, 156n, 167-8, 273, 292, 311n, 525, 586

and Chickasaw-Creek war, 156-7

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 161, 206n

and infractions of peace treaty, 166n

and new foreign loan, 204-5n, 307n, 545, 606

and delay in pursuing belligerent ships leaving U.S. ports, 291n

and tax act, 326

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 346, 403, 404n, 501, 606, 650

and consular fees, 434

and arming of French ships in U.S., 499

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

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 514n,

557, 561-2, 568, 616, 782, 795-6

and body to advise executive on neutrality, 526, 653

and referral of neutrality questions to Supreme Court, 537-8

returns to Philadelphia, 545

and "Pacificus" essays, 549

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 554

and British interference with French passengers on U.S.

ships, 557

and British seizure of French property on U.S. ships, 557

and Genet's attitude toward Washington, 561-2, 616

and Northwest Territory limitation act, 568

visits Genet, 571

and arming of allied ships in U.S., 579

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

and neutrality rules, 579-80, 608-9

proposed neutrality rules, 579

and U.S. treaty obligations and neutrality, 580-1, 588, 609

letters from Washington, 582-3, 611, 752

and Hamilton's proposed appeal to American people, 598, 652, 689-90

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

and use of U.S. ports by French privateers commissioned in U.S., 604

and use of U.S. ports by French privateers fitted out in U.S., 607-8

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

and early meeting of Congress, 608, 615n, 650

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

and enlistment in belligerent service of belligerent

citizens in U.S., 609

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 French right to commission privateers in U.S., 616

and alleged French refugee plots against Saint-Domingue, 620

and case of Republican, 620

and case of Roland, 620, 795-6

and case of Swallow, 620

and French captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters, 620

and French right to fit out privateers in U.S., 620

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

and use of U.S. ports by armed allied ships, 620

TJ declines to endorse note for, 624

considered as Secretary of State, 629

and judicial tenure in Northwest Territory, 643, 644n

relations with Hamilton, 652-3

relations with Washington, 652-3

alleged newspaper essay on case of Gideon Henfield, 653

and sinking fund, 661

and interest payments on debt, 665

allows Genet to remain in U.S., 692

letter from G. Wythe, 717

and Richmond address in support of Proclamation of

Neutrality, 717-18

and Pagan v. Hooper, 724-6

and circular letter to merchants, 762

and case of Jesse, 782

and case of Duplaine, 795-6

and British trade restrictions, 796

and French trade restrictions, 796

mentioned, 133n

Randolph, James

distributes medals to Indians, 263

Randolph, Martha Cocke (Mrs. Beverley Randolph), 617, 658, 721, 799

Randolph, Martha Jefferson (Patsy, Mrs. Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., TJ's daughter)

letters to, 18, 122, 250, 445-6, 546, 617, 721

letters from, 53-4, 380-1

and father-in-law's health, 21

and case of Richard Randolph, 53-4

health, 55, 88, 101, 153, 278, 471, 541

TJ's affection for, 66, 169, 424, 504, 546, 578, 617, 658, 757

education in Paris, 122

riding habits, 325

visits Mrs. Monroe, 326

recipes for, 617-18

watch for, 617, 658

affection for sister, 785

entertains guests, 785

Randolph, Richard

alleged incest and infanticide, 53-4

Randolph, Thomas Jefferson (TJ's grandson)

health, 53, 55, 88, 153, 278, 380, 471, 541

TJ's affection for, 66, 122, 169, 424, 446, 546

Randolph, Thomas Mann, Jr. (TJ's son-in-law)

letters to, 64-6, 169, 307, 355-6, 422-4, 503-4, 576-8, 657-8, 659, 757

letters from, 54-5, 87-8, 153, 278-9, 325-6, 470-1, 540-1,

591-3, 667-8, 784-5, 799

correspondence with Mary Jefferson, 18

and TJ's packages, 18

and father's health, 21

and case of Richard Randolph, 53-4

reconciliation with David Randolph, 53

and French Revolution, 54

and War of First Coalition, 54

manages TJ's affairs, 64-6, 325-6

purchases horse for TJ, 66, 325, 504

experiment with barley, 87

medical education, 88n

health, 101, 110, 137, 541, 578

and TJ's reported resignation from office, 153

and TJ's furniture, 171

TJ's affection for, 250, 546, 578, 617

agricultural observations, 278

entomological interests, 278

weather diary, 279, 326

letters misplaced, 380

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 403, 422-4, 445, 470, 576-8, 657-8

letter from cited, 504n

crop-rotation plan, 591-3, 657-8

and remodeling of Monticello, 667

and horse for TJ, 721, 757, 799

dines with Monroe, 736

visited by Madison, 784, 799

affection for Mary Jefferson, 785

visited by brother, 799

visited by Monroe, 799

mentioned, 122, 137n, 655

Randolph, Thomas Mann, Sr.

health, 21, 64, 242, 278

and family quarrel, 53

Randolph, Va.

suitability for sheep, 30

Ranger (pilot boat)

and Greyhound, 36n

Ranger (ship)

captured by British privateer, 564n

rape seeds

as cattle food, 682

as sheep food, 682

Sinclair's views on, 682

Ratisbon, Diet of, 540

rattlesnake

and maces for Va. General Assembly, 236, 391

Ravara, Joseph

letter to, 118

letter from, 102-4

prosecuted for attempted extortion, 102-5, 118

identified, 104-5n

letter from quoted, 118n

Rawle, William

letters to, 40-1, 381

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 40-1,

467, 502

letter to submitted to Washington, 41n, 45

and case of Gideon Henfield, 81n, 131n

and case of William, 381

letters from cited, 381n, 467n

and case of Little Sarah, 467, 477, 506

letter from submitted to Washington, 477

Razer, Bernard

ship captured by British privateer, 639

Read, James

and case of Hector, 437n

Red Bird (Cherokee Indian)

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 413n

Rees, David

steals slaves from E. Fla., 14n, 89

register ship, Spanish

dispute over between Great Britain and Spain, 227-8, 230

captured by Dumouriez, 230

Regulator (ship)

detained by Joseph and Mary, 459n

Reliau, John Baptist

oath of allegiance to Pa., 308n

Remsen, Henry

letters from, 582, 599-600

and battle between Boston and Embuscade, 582, 600, 608

and fresco painting for TJ, 582, 599

and inkstand for TJ, 582, 599

Remus (TJ's horse), 325

Reply to Mr. Burke's invective against Mr. Cooper, and Mr Watt (Thomas Cooper)

sent to TJ, 715

Report of the Board of Trustees of the Sinking Fund

and new foreign loan, 304

Republican (French privateer)

and French right to commission privateers in U.S., 257-8,

270, 271, 281-2, 285, 296, 297-300, 340, 502, 560-1

renamed from Polly, 257n

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

mentioned, 499

Republican (French privateer and British tender)

captured by Boston, 596-7, 612-13, 618, 630

Republican (ship)

and impressment, 753n

republicanism

TJ's views on, 101-2

Washington's views on, 101-2

in France, 356, 389, 401, 605

absence in Great Britain, 605

Republicans

and Genet's recall, xxxix-xli, 606

relations with Genet, 61, 628, 756

anticipated strength in Congress, 169

and War of First Coalition, 401

and Hamilton's proposed appeal to American people, 606, 652

TJ's views on, 628

Washington's views on, 628

and neutrality, 651-2

TJ's strategy for, 651-2

Resolution (ship)

captured by Young Mary, 55-6, 74

released from French captivity, 55

Respiracion (Cherokee chief)

Carondelet's speech to, 120

Résultats du commerce de la nation francoise avec les Anglo-Américains

sent to TJ, 155

Reynolds, James

TJ's payment to, 171n

Rhode Island

and printing of laws, 5

British vice-consul in, 752

and circular letter to merchants, 767-8

Rhode Island, District Attorney of.  See Channing, William

Rhode Island, Governor of.  See Fenner, Arthur

Ricardos, Antonio

and Spanish war with France, 223

rice

captured by French, 167

price, 167

fees on in Great Britain, 251

duties on, 442-3, 547n

importation by Denmark, 547n

importation by Great Britain, 682

and British trade restrictions, 778n

Richards, William

plans to settle in U.S., 679

Richardson, Capt. (master of John)

ship captured by Sans Culotte, 218

Richmond, Va.

mayor (see Barret, John)

postmaster (see Davis, Augustine)

and French Revolution, 54

reception for Genet, 135

postal service, 325, 380

address in support of Proclamation of Neutrality, 717-18, 746-7, 766

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Rich Neck (Wilson Miles Cary's Va. plantation)

as source of lumber, 107, 117

Ricketts, John Bill

toast to Washington, 522-3

Rights of Man (Thomas Paine), 715

Ritchie, Thomas

stops Peggy, 712n

Rittenhouse, David

letter from, 185-6

and Mint, 4n, 185-6, 192-3, 676

and address to Genet, 61

letter from submitted to Washington, 186n

letter from cited, 193n

Rivanna river

and milling, 59

Riviere, Joseph

detained in Ga., 736-7

Robbins, Roger. See Robins (Robbins), Roger

Robertson, James

and Chickasaw-Creek war, 315n

and Cumberland settlement, 316

Robertson, James (Scotland)

letter from, 418-20

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

Robertson, John

son's involvement in Chickasaw-Creek war, 314

Robespierre, Maximilien Marie Isidore de

and Genet's recall, 692

Robins (Robbins), Roger

cargo of, 93-4

and case of Aurora, 93

returns to U.S., 112

ship captured by Spanish privateer, 758

Robinson, Capt. (master of Portland)

ship captured by Thought, 646

Rochambeau, Donatien Marie Joseph de Vimeur, Vicomte de

and defense of Martinique, 164-5

Roland (French privateer)

and French right to fit out privateers in U.S., 620, 621n,

708, 791

captures Flora, 797n

captures Greyhound, 797n

Roland de la Platire, Jean Marie

and Genet's letter of credence, 48-9

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

and Madison's acceptance of French citizenship, 142n, 241, 272

Rome

jurisdiction over Mediterranean, 35

Romilly, Samuel

and watch for William B. Giles, 114

Rose, Charles

misidentified by TJ, 123n

Rose, Hugh

letter to, 123

cousin visits TJ, 123

legal case of, 123

son fails to visit TJ, 123

letter from cited, 123n

Rose, Mrs. Hugh, 123

Ross, Capt. (master of Hannah)

and case of Suckey, 338

Ross, Andrew

and case of Joseph Ravara, 103

Ross, David

and patent for John Clarke, 515

Ross, Robert

ship captured by Dutch privateer, 221

Rotterdam

Hope detained at, 91

Roussillon, France

invaded by Spain, 112, 223, 421, 429, 588

rum

captured by French, 254n, 379n, 432, 601n

exportation from St. Croix, 460

Rumsey, James

and steamboat, 108

inventions of, 716

Runnels, Abraham, & Son

letters from, 624-5, 792-4

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

Runnels, Johannes

and case of Julius Pringle, 645

refuses to recognize David M. Clarkson as U.S. consul at

St. Eustatius, 645-6

Rush, Benjamin

letter to, 638

invited to dine with TJ, 638

mentioned, 605

Russell, Nathaniel

and U.S. trade with Denmark, 547n

Russell, Thomas

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

letters from cited, 769n

Russia

mercantile failures in, 77

and free ships and free goods, 332

Genet's views on, 341

convention with Great Britain, 440, 441-2n

trade restrictions, 440, 441-2n, 777, 778n

hemp exports to U.S., 682

tallow production, 683

Russia, Empress of.  See Catherine II (the Great), Empress of Russia

rust

damages Va. wheat, 242, 274, 303

Rutherforth, Thomas

Institutes of Natural Law, 33, 35n

Rutledge, Edward

considered as Secretary of State, 629

rye

suitability of Va. soil for, 87

Va. crop, 278

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 397, 402, 422, 423, 577

and crop-rotation plan of T. M. Randolph, Jr., 471, 593

as meal for horses, 578

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