Volume 26 Index

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S

Saabÿe, Hans Rodolph

letters from, 77-8, 214

letters from submitted to Washington, 78n, 215n

and U.S. trade with Denmark, 442

saddles

captured by British, 337

Sadler, Henry

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

Safi, Morocco

Spanish consul at, 434, 644

sainfoin

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

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

St. Augustine, Governor of. See Quesada, Juan Nepomuceno de

St. Barthélemy, W.I.

governor of (see Bagge af Söderby, Carl Fredrik)

U.S. trade with, 432

trade with Hamburg, 625n

St. Christopher, W.I.

and British privateering, 165

St. Clair, Arthur

letter from, 643-4

and case of James O'Fallon, 413n

summons Northwest Territory legislature, 643, 659

letter to cited, 644n

St. Clair, John. See Sinclair (St. Clair), John

St. Croix, W.I.

duties at, 460

U.S. trade with, 460

Saint-Domingue, W.I.

U.S. aid to, 82, 84n, 86, 295, 308-12, 344, 348, 352n, 366,

437-8, 662, 663n, 710, 743

political divisions in, 122, 763

and defense against British attack, 235, 241

Samuel A. Otis, Jr., seeks consular appointment at, 277-8, 355

Sylvanus Bourne seeks consular appointment at, 296, 355

slave revolt in, 371, 373

refugees from, 455-6, 503, 504, 520, 554, 555n, 706-7, 710, 740, 754, 759-60, 761n, 784

and destruction of Cap-Franais, 456n

U.S. trade with, 459n, 566-7, 632

and destruction of Port-au-Prince, 504

conditional grant of freedom to slaves, 555n

alleged French refugee plots against, 612, 620, 634

British designs on, 754-5n

Thomas Millet's observations on, 754-5n, 763

TJ's views on, 763

and French privateering, 782n

St. Eustatius, W.I.

U.S. consul at, 3-4

trade with Norfolk, 36n

defense of, 575

U.S. deputy consul at, 645-6

St. Eustatius, W.I., Governor of.  See Runnels, Johannes

St. Helens, Alleyne Fitzherbert, Baron

and British alliance with Spain, 210

and recaptured French prizes, 227-8

described, 228n

St. Kitts. See St. Christopher, W.I.

St. Lucia, W.I.

U.S. trade with, 459n

St. Malo, France

and French privateering, 251

St. Martin, W.I.

defense of, 575

St. Marys river, 15n, 16n

St. Michael, Azores

and British privateering, 454-5

acting U.S. consul at, 613, 614

St. Petersburg, Russia

prices in, 228n

U.S. trade with, 443n

hemp exports, 682

St. Pierre, Martinique

political divisions in, 164

St. Thomas, W.I.

U.S. trade with, 370, 753

trade with France, 433

St. Valéry, France

and case of Patty, 664n

St. Vincent, W.I.

and British privateering, 459n, 564n

Salem, Mass.

trade with France, 388n

Sally (brig)

captured by Espoir, 387-8

released from French captivity, 387-8

Sally (ship)

captured by British privateer, 564n

saltpeter

purchase of by U.S., 508-9

samovars

TJ's sent to Monticello, 20

Sans Culotte (French privateer)

captures Eunice, 25n, 36n, 67, 77, 218

crew of, 25n

detains Union, 25n

and sale of French prizes in U.S., 152n

captures Fanny, 200, 218, 378-9, 399

captures John, 218

captures Joseph, 218

captures Spry, 218

refitted at Baltimore, 285, 296, 497

and withdrawal from U.S. ports of French privateers

commissioned by Genet in U.S., 296, 321, 322-3, 362, 461, 620, 707-8

Samuel Smith's report on, 569

confused with Citoyen Genet, 600-1

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

and restoration of French prizes, 640

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

captures Maxwell, 728, 740

captured by Orion, 766, 787

mentioned, 499

Sans Culotte (French privateer of Honfleur)

captures Lawrence, 167

sans culottes

and assignats, 637

Sans Culottes (French privateer)

captures Betsy brigantine, 624-5

Sans Pareil (French privateer)

captures Jesse, 782

Santa Cruz, Morocco

U.S. trade with, 614

mentioned, 751

Santerre, Antoine Joseph

defeat of, 542

Saratoga, N.Y.

battle of, 47n

Sardinia

and Spanish naval operations, 224

war with France, 421, 496

convention with Great Britain, 440, 442n

Sardinia, King of.  See Victor Amadeus III, King of Sardinia

Sarrazin, M.

and case of Ranger, 564-5n

sassafras tree

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

Satilla river, 15n, 16n

Savannah, Ga.

and French privateering, 640, 708, 791

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Savanna-la-Mar, Jamaica, 370

Savareau, Chouquet de

and case of Regulator, 459n, 557

Savoy

war with France, 69, 496

Saxe-Coburg, Friedrich Josias, Prince of

and French constitution, 68

successes in Flanders, 68

address to French nation, 167, 168n, 180, 272

and Dumouriez's defection, 169

Sayre, Stephen

letter to, 517

seeks diplomatic appointment, 517

letter from cited, 517n

Schneider, Mr.  See Shnydore (Schneider), Ignatius

Schuyler, Robert, 354n

Schweitzer, Jeanneret & Cie.

and U.S. debt to France, 179-80

Scot, James

letter from, 418-20

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

Scotland

impressment in, 6

watering of meadows in, 681

clover seed in, 682

Scott, James, & Co.

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

Scott, William

and case of Sally, 388n

Scott, Sir William

and case of Philip Wilson, 770-1

Seagrove, James

and fugitive slaves, 10-12

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 15-17

relations with Creeks, 78-9, 140n

and relations with Spain, 408, 413n

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 412n, 414n, 415n

and Treaty of New York, 414n

Spanish complaints about, 671n

letter from submitted to Washington, 737

letters from cited, 737n

and slaves stolen from E. Fla., 737n

mentioned, 416n

Seagrove, John

misidentified by TJ, 737n

Seagrove, Robert

store attacked by Creeks, 15n

sea letters. See passports (sea letters)

seals

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

seamen

changes of allegiance by, 587, 662-3

and French fleet at N.Y., 619

U.S. aid for, 635, 770

seamen, impressment of

in Leith, 6

T. Pinckney's negotiations with Grenville on, 6, 191-2

and case of Jay, 436n

in Falmouth, 646

P. Bond's expected information on, 674

in London, 753

in Plymouth, 753n

seed

cost of, 29

Ségur, Louis Philippe, Comte de, 46-7n

Selden, John

Mare Clausum, 33, 34, 35n

Senate, U.S. See United States: Senate

Sergeant, Jonathan Dickinson

and address to Genet, 61

and case of Gideon Henfield, 131n, 653-4

and Currie v. Griffin, 187

servants

cost of, 29

enlistment of U.S. in French service, 641

Service, Capt. (master of Camilla), 92

Seton, William

and Mint, 4

Seven Mile Beach, N.J., 261n

Sevier, John

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 414n

Seymour, Richard

detained in Ga., 736-7

Shackerly, John H.

ship captured by Young Mary, 55, 74

Shackleford, Tom (TJ's slave)

and horse for TJ, 504, 657, 721

Shadwell (Jefferson estate)

proposed overseer for, 657

Sharpe, William

and U.S. trade with Canary Islands, 614

and U.S. trade with Morocco, 614

appointed U.S. consul in Morocco by Moroccan emperor, 614n

Shauia, Morocco

and Moroccan civil war, 163, 405, 751

Shaw, Leonard D.

and Creek hostilities with U.S., 413n

Shawnee Indians

relations with Creeks, 15n, 16n

hostilities with U.S., 407-8

Sheddin, Patrick & Co.

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

sheep

in Va., 29, 30, 397

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 428, 578

flax seeds for, 682

rape seeds for, 682

and tallow production, 683

Shelby, Isaac

letters to, 393-4, 785

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, xlii, 393-5, 439, 785-6

draft letter to, xlii, 340 (illus.)

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

letter to submitted to Washington, 786n

Shelton, Mr.

J. G. Jefferson's account with, 60-1, 213-14, 258-9

Sheppard, Mr.

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Sherman, Roger

death, 575

Shewrey, Guillermo (Cherokee chief)

relations with Spain, 317

Shippen, Elizabeth Carter Farley Banister (Mrs. Thomas Lee Shippen)

son's death, 250

Shippen, William, 256n

ships, Danish

and British trade restrictions, 441n, 674, 796

ships, Swedish

and British trade restrictions, 441n, 674, 796

ships, U.S.

sale of those built for war, 26, 499

passports for, 57, 187, 239, 247, 275-6, 286, 355, 392-3,

434, 542, 645

arming of in France, 96n

sale of in France, 96n

scarcity of, 136

seized at Port-au-Prince, 142-3, 185, 369-74, 486-7

captured by Algerines, 163, 421, 427, 757

captured by British privateers, 165, 336-9, 375-7, 379-80,

387, 433, 435-6, 454-5, 459n, 564-5n, 566-7, 574, 595, 632,

639-40, 646, 753

captured by French privateers, 167, 251, 364, 368n, 433,

624-5, 663-4n, 739-40, 782

conditions for federal protection of, 187

French colonial ports opened to, 190, 743

French ports opened to, 190

captured by Dutch privateers, 221

and British trade restrictions, 230, 275, 674

and French trade restrictions, 230, 364, 368n, 388, 614,

619, 663

recaptured by British warships, 251

detained by French, 266

forced to discharge French property, 280

captured by British, 331, 783

passports issued to by foreign officials, 357, 368n

captured by Spanish privateers, 387, 405, 758

damaged by British privateers, 388-9n

British interference with French passengers on, 405, 458-9,

464, 557-9, 696, 706-7

British seizure of French property on, 405, 430, 435,

458-9, 464, 481, 554, 563-5, 696, 706-7, 753

captured by British warships, 435-6, 775, 786

captured by French warships, 454-5, 542

detained at New Providence, 564n

Shnydore (Schneider), Ignatius

and fresco painting for TJ, 582, 599

Short, Peyton

letter from, 41

correspondence with brother, 41

mentioned, 473

Short, William

letters to, 148-9, 163, 405-12, 472-3, 485-6, 488-9, 510

letters from, 206-12, 222-8, 346-52, 428-30, 668-70, 732

correspondence with brother, 41

letters from submitted to Washington, 66, 141n, 430n

account with Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard, 73

and American captives in Algiers, 116

letter to submitted to Washington, 150n

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 168, 205,

211-12, 328, 405-16, 668-71

business affairs, 171, 460, 472, 571

and U.S. debt to France, 179-80, 347-52

and foreign debt, 194

and navigation of Mississippi, 206, 210, 485-6

and U.S. boundary with Spain, 206, 210

and Spanish relations with Great Britain, 207-10, 222, 732

and Spanish relations with France, 222

and Spanish war with France, 223-5

and ministerial changes in Spain, 225-6

and foreign loans, 347-52

and U.S. aid to Saint-Domingue, 348

and diplomatic recognition of France, 365

and Mint, 367

Carmichael's alleged jealousy of, 384-5

and Spanish trade concessions, 430

and War of First Coalition, 430

dispatches for, 483, 484, 573-4

mentioned, 140, 673, 769

Shute, William

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Shuter, Mr.  See Suter (Shuter), John

Sidi Muhammad ibn Abd Allah, Emperor of Morocco

widows of visit Lisbon, 613

Sieveking, Mr.

and John Parish's consular appointment, 539, 540n

Silesian loan

and Pagan v. Hooper, 725-6

silver

value, 635

coinage of, 737

Simpson, James

letters from, 88-9, 163-4, 405, 434-5, 644-5, 751, 757

letters from submitted to Washington, 164n, 405n, 435n, 480,

645n, 757n

mentioned, 433, 506

Sinclair (St. Clair), Sir John

letter to Enoch Edwards, 680-4

queries about Pa. agriculture, 680-4

president of Board of Agriculture and General Improvement, 684n

Singleterry (Singletary), John

prosecuted for enlisting in French service, 159, 382, 499, 502

described, 159n

sinking fund

and new foreign loan, 201, 203, 304, 305

See also Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, U.S.

Sion (ship), 573

Skillinger, James

and case of Catharine from Halifax, 254n, 261n

Skipwith, Fulwar

letters from, 164-5, 595

letter from submitted to Washington, 596n

trunks opened by French, 712n

Skipwith, Henry

and Short's business affairs, 472

Slate Run, Va.

church, 504

slavery

TJ's views on, 503, 504, 788

slaves

fugitives from E. Fla., 10-12, 78-9, 89

clothing for TJ's, 18, 380, 540, 576, 721

value of, 29

stolen from E. Fla., 13-14, 78-9, 89, 737n

captured by Indians, 99-100

cloth for, 113

and defense of Martinique, 164

unrest in Martinique, 164, 504, 595

captured by Dutch, 221

revolt in Saint-Domingue, 371, 373, 504

sale of TJ's, 551

conditional grant of freedom to on Saint-Domingue, 555n

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 578

housing for TJ's, 667

captured by French, 726-7

Smith, Charles, & Co.

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

Smith, Daniel

and tax act, 326-7

letter from quoted, 327n

Smith, David

distributes medals to Indians, 263

Smith, Paschal N.

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

Smith, Samuel

and sale of French prizes in U.S., 152, 155-6, 161

letter from cited, 156n

and French privateering, 569

Smith, William Loughton

John Beckley's intelligence about, 219

and U.S. trade with Denmark, 547n

considered as Secretary of State, 629

Smith, William Stephens

purchases U.S. arms for France, 39, 42

and U.S. debt to France, 84n, 175, 177-8

recommends Mr. Bayley, 105

and ceremonial at N.Y., 248

Smiths, DeSaussure & Darrell

and case of Commerce, 251

snakes

TJ's views on, 391

snow

in Va., 30

Snowden, Va.

suitability for sheep, 30

Société Franaise des Amis de la Liberté et de l'Egalité

Genet's presidency of, 616, 688, 694

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, 771

Society of the Cincinnati

assists John Loehmann, 255

Söderström, Richard

letter to, 733

letters from, 432, 726-7

and case of Betsey, 432

letter from cited, 432n

and French trade restrictions, 488n

and case of Betsy brigantine, 624

and case of Jane schooner, 726-7, 733

mentioned, 506

sofa

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

Solana, Manuel

and fugitive slaves, 12n

Sonntag, Claus H.

as consular security for John Parish, 540n

Sonthonax, Léger Félicité

conflict with Galbaud, 555n

grants freedom to certain Saint-Domingue slaves, 555n

alleged British influence on, 755n

Sophia (brig)

captured by British privateer, 632

and restoration of British prizes, 640

Sophia (ship), 751

South Carolina

and printing of laws, 5

olive culture in, 112

and French privateering, 436-7

and circular letter to merchants, 767-8

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 796-7

South Carolina, Governor of.  See Moultrie, William

South Carolina Yazoo Company

Spanish attitude toward, 10n

forbidden to settle at Walnut Hills, 410, 416n

Southwest Territory

tax act, 326-7

TJ's report on, 326

ordinance creating, 568

Spaight, Richard Dobbs

and case of Hector, 436-7

mentioned, 480

Spain

British ambassador to (see St. Helens, Alleyne Fitzherbert, Baron)

relations with Southern Indians, 9-10, 15-17, 66, 78-9, 100,

118-20, 139n, 148-50, 161, 168, 205, 211-12, 263-6, 313-15,

316-17, 328, 385, 405-16, 474-6, 505, 668-71

and southern whale fishery, 22-3

relations with Great Britain, 37, 149, 207-10, 212n, 222, 732

relations with U.S., 37, 190, 346, 502

demand for corn in, 77

mercantile failures in, 77

naval operations in Mediterranean, 89, 94, 112, 140, 224,

421, 435, 496, 587-8

war with France, 112, 223-5, 421, 429, 541, 588, 673, 686, 741, 755

relations with Western Indians, 120, 148

proposed alliance with Great Britain against U.S., 140

and Chickasaw-Creek war, 157n

relations with Morocco, 163, 434, 644

U.S. debt to, 203, 294, 305

and boundary with U.S., 206, 210

and navigation of Mississippi, 206, 210, 375n, 412n, 477, 551

relations with France, 222

troop recruitment, 223

war finances, 223, 224, 429

naval strength, 224

ministerial changes in, 225-6

and recaptured French prizes, 227-8

U.S. trade with, 231, 421

possibility of war with U.S., 375n, 392, 411

privateers capture U.S. prizes, 387, 405, 758

restrictions on trade with France, 440

erects posts in U.S. territory, 485

Portuguese reinforcements for, 541, 673, 755

and free ships and free goods, 558

relinquishes control over Oran, 587

See also Carmichael, William; Gardoqui, Diego de;

Jaudenes, Josef de; Short, William; Viar, Josef Ignacio de

Spain, King of.  See Charles IV, King of Spain

Spain, Queen of.  See Maria Luisa, Queen of Spain

Sparre, Fredrik

and French trade restrictions, 488n

and Russian trade restrictions, 778n

Spiller (Cherokee chief)

relations with Spain, 317

spinet

TJ's sent to Monticello, 20

spring houses

Sinclair's views on, 681

Spry (ship)

captured by Sans Culotte, 218

Spurrier, John

letter to, 318

and tenant farmers for TJ, 318, 596

identified, 318n

stables

at Monticello, 667

Stagg, John, Jr.

and Tammany Society, 555

Stanners, Benjamin

ship captured by Little Sarah, 726-7

Stansbury, Daniel

applies for patent, 631n

States General, Dutch

Manifeste sent to TJ, 73

embargoes Dutch trade, 91, 143-4

and relations with France, 584

plenitude of power of, 646n

Staunton, Va.

postal service, 325

staves

captured by British, 337

and maces for Va. General Assembly, 391

steamboat

Rumsey's invention of, 108

Steele, John L.

assault on, 147

described, 147n

Stephens, Philip

and impressment, 753

Sterett, Samuel

letter to, 740

letter from, 784

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 740, 784

letter from cited, 741n

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

mentioned, 648

Stevens, Edward

letters from, 7, 153

TJ seeks copies of correspondence with, 7, 153

Stevensburg, Va., 504

Stewart, Donald

ship captured by Citoyen Genet, 744-5

Stewart, Dugald

letter from cited, 776

Stewart, Walter

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 431, 679

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Stocker, Ebenezer

and case of Maria, 455n

Stocker, Hugh

and case of Jay, 436n

Stokes, William

letter to, 256

letter from, 279

plans to visit France, 256, 279

Tentamen Medicum Inaugurale, quaedam de Asphyxia, 256

identified, 256n

stonemasons

for Monticello, 171

Storch, Capt. See Strout (Storch), Joseph

stoves

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

Strachan, James

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

Strother, French

and debts to British creditors, 302

and French Revolution, 302

Strout (Storch), Joseph

and case of Sally, 387-8

Stuart, Sir Charles

and British West Indian expedition, 777

Stuart, David

letter to, 671-2

letter from, 357

and map of Federal District, 357

See also Federal District Commissioners

Stuart, Gilbert

portrait of Knox, xl, 340 (illus.)

Suckey (ship)

captured by Maria, 336-9, 375-7, 379-80, 386, 566, 568

and restoration of British prizes, 361, 640, 642-3

mentioned, 480

Sudden Death (British privateer)

and case of Prosperity, 389n

Suffolk, Va.

and naval stores, 22

sugar

captured by French, 379n, 432, 625n, 726-7

captured by British, 459n, 564n, 646

exportation from St. Croix, 460

exportation from Danish colonies, 547n

exportation from France forbidden, 744

sugar shakers

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

Sullivan, James

letter to, 236

letter from, 170

Sullivan, John

and proposed attack on New Orleans by U.S. citizens, 412n

settlement plans, 412n

sunflower seed

Sinclair's views on, 682

Supreme Court, U.S.  See United States: Supreme Court

Sus, Morocco

Muley Abderhaman proclaimed king of, 89

Suter (Shuter), John

letter to, 800

tavern, 504, 721, 800

and horse for TJ, 800

identified, 800n

Swaine, John

and "Veritas" essays, 522

Swallow (British letter of marque ship)

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

424-5, 620

mentioned, 480

Swanwick, John

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

mentioned, 271

Swanwick, John, & Co., 21

Sweden

Russian minister to (see Notbeck, Mr.)

neutrality of, 78, 432, 453-4, 488n, 726-7, 733

U.S. trade with, 276

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

minister to Netherlands, 440

uses convoys to protect trade, 440

and French trade restrictions, 488n

envoy to Great Britain, 673-4

and Russian trade restrictions, 777, 778n

Sweden, King of.  See Gustavus III, King of Sweden

Swift, Joseph

and case of Suckey, 377n

mentioned, 632, 633n

Switzerland

mercenary practices of, 383

swords

and maces for Va. General Assembly, 391

Sym, Peter

letter from, 418-20

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

Symmes, John Cleves

letter to, 659

application for land patent, 269, 270

absence from Northwest Territory, 643, 659

mentioned, 648

systyle, 491

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