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Wadsworth, Jeremiah

letter to cited, 768n

Walker, Francis

letter to, 385

letter from, 153-4

recommends Thomas Underwood, Jr., 153-4, 385

letter from cited, 154n

Walker, Thomas

relations with Thomas Cooper, 715

Wallace, Mr.

and Cherokee hostilities with U.S., 413n

Walls, Messrs., 271

Waln, Robert

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Walnut Hills

Spanish fortification of, 410, 412n

See also Fort Nogales

Warburton Manor

Thomas Digges's farm at, 779

Ward, Samuel

letter from, 786

and case of Jay, 776, 786

Ward, Samuel, & Brothers

memorial from, 369-74

and case of York, 369-74

and case of Jay, 436n, 786

Warder, John, & Co.

bills protested, 146

Ware v. Hylton

arguments in, 109-10

and infractions of peace treaty, 166

James Currie's views on, 242

French Strother's views on, 302

delay in, 327

mentioned, 674

warming pans

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

Washington (ship)

and southern whale fishery, 23n

Washington, George

letters to, 55, 57, 58, 92, 134, 146-7, 154, 176,

179-80, 182, 186, 192-3, 193, 206, 238, 258, 268, 269, 270,

327, 396-7, 482, 495, 509, 514, 517-19, 537, 541, 550, 568,

593-4, 594, 619, 639, 642, 659-60, 666, 676, 722, 737, 743,

754, 762, 763, 795

letters from, 28, 36, 37, 45, 166, 177, 184, 193,

257, 258, 268, 269, 280, 293, 333, 353, 424-5, 425-6, 433,

436, 481-2, 537-8, 544, 550, 569, 574, 578, 582, 594, 611,

618-19, 642, 660, 668, 676, 727, 751, 752, 754, 795

memorandums to, 463-7, 476-7, 479-80, 480-1, 571-3

report to, 326

portrait of, xxxix, 340 (illus.)

letters from quoted, 186n, 262-3n, 288n, 639n

letters to quoted, 186n, 277n, 782n

letters to cited, 280n, 288n

letter from cited, 782n

mentioned, 133n

Foreign Affairs

and Genet's recall, xxxix-xli, 448n, 499, 554-5, 569,

594, 598, 611, 652, 688-91, 722, 730-2, 745, 747, 752, 762

and new commercial treaty with France, xli, 47n, 97n,

132, 134, 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, 395n, 771-4, 785-6

and consular appointments, 3, 221, 277-8, 296, 355, 420, 539, 646, 743, 752

and proposed purchase of provisions in U.S. for France, 3, 22, 132, 134, 146, 174-84, 252, 268, 283-4, 309

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

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

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

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

25, 36, 195-6, 572, 603

and neutrality, 26

and defense of Charleston, 28

and case of Grange, 35n, 43-4

and case of Greyhound, 36

and relations with Great Britain, 37

and relations with Spain, 37

and sale of arms to France, 39, 42

and restoration of French prizes, 43-4, 50-2, 72, 186,

197-8, 260, 603-4, 618-19, 627, 633, 722, 733

reception of Genet, 46, 47n, 57, 61, 66, 274, 571, 698

and TJ's letter to Hammond, 55

and TJ's letter to Ternant, 55

and addresses in support of Proclamation of Neutrality,

61, 62n, 717-18, 720, 729, 741

and French captures of prizes in U.S. territorial

waters, 67, 260

and Proclamation of Neutrality, 67, 273, 324, 549, 563,

649-50, 651, 653, 697-8

and withdrawal from U.S. ports of French privateers

commissioned in U.S. by Genet, 72, 154, 195-6, 198,

285, 296, 323n, 327, 461, 498, 633

and hostilities between belligerents in U.S. jurisdictions, 75

and defense of Norfolk, 76

and reorganization of French consular service, 80

and U.S. debt to France, 82, 86, 320, 350, 351

and French captures of British prizes, 117, 260

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

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

and sale of French prizes in U.S., 151, 152, 155-6, 281-2

and case of Gideon Henfield, 154, 159-61, 611, 713n

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 159-61, 363, 611

and infractions of peace treaty, 166, 327, 328, 333

and Spanish relations with France, 222

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

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

327, 339-41, 436-7, 463-7, 699

and proposed treaty with Algiers, 238

and relations with Algiers, 238

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

271, 281-2, 296, 297

and case of Catharine from Halifax, 258, 260, 270

and case of Active, 281-2

and case of William, 281-2, 342

and Department of State accounts, 286

and delay in pursuing belligerent ships leaving U.S. ports, 290-1, 526

and case of Citoyen Genet, 296, 569, 727-8

and case of Sans Culotte, 296, 569

and suspension of payment on bills drawn to supply

Saint-Domingue, 310n, 345n, 437-8

and British retention of western posts, 330n

criticism of Hammond, 333

criticism of Jaudenes, 333

criticism of Viar, 333

Genet's attitude toward, 340, 514n, 554, 561-2, 709

and enforcement of neutrality, 344, 610n

and appointment of ministers to Europe, 347-8

and arming of allied ships in U.S., 359, 481n, 485, 579

and detention of French prizes in U.S. ports, 374, 484, 487

and exequaturs for foreign consuls, 398, 752n

and right to navigate Mississippi, 412n, 509

and case of Swallow, 417-18, 424-5, 438

and use of U.S. ports by armed allied ships, 417-18, 424-5

and case of Trusty, 418n

and case of Hector, 436-7

and case of Jane, 457-8, 481n, 485, 496-7, 579

and British interference with French passengers on U.S. ships, 458-9

and British seizure of French property on U.S. ships, 458-9, 554

and arming of French privateers in U.S., 463-7

and case of Little Sarah, 463-7, 476-7, 481-2, 499

and referral of neutrality questions to Supreme Court,

484-5, 487, 488, 520, 525-6, 537-8, 541, 543-4, 550, 594

and French trade restrictions, 488n, 619, 796

and enlistment in French service of French citizens in U.S., 499

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

and newspaper criticism of Spain, 505, 562

and cannon for Mud Island, 508-9

and purchase of saltpeter, 508-9

and American captives in Algiers, 509

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S.,

510-11, 554, 795-6

and case of Stephen Sayre, 517

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 520, 554, 754, 763

and British captures of U.S. prizes, 568, 574

and case of Molly, 568, 574

and case of Suckey, 568

and U.S. guarantee of French possessions in America, 571

and British captures of French prizes, 596-7

and case of Republican tender, 596-7, 618

and Hamilton's proposed appeal to American people,

601-2, 606, 652, 689-90

and compensation for French prizes, 603-4, 618-19, 621,

627, 633, 634-5, 722

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

and "Pacificus" essays, 606

and neutrality rules, 609, 610n, 611, 618, 619

and alleged French refugee plots against

Saint-Domingue, 612n

and French right to fit out privateers in U.S., 619

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

and case of Catharine of Jamaica, 666-7

and Genet's threat to appeal from to American people,

676-8, 684, 747, 756

allows Genet to remain in U.S., 692

and Lafayette's captivity, 723

and relations with France, 730-2, 754

and case of Joseph Riviere, 736-7

and case of Jane of Dublin, 754

and Yznardi's proposed mission to Algiers, 758

and circular letter to merchants, 762

and Saint-Domingue political divisions, 763

and case of Jesse, 782n

and British trade restrictions, 795, 796

and case of Duplaine, 795-6

and case of Roland, 795-6

Indian Affairs

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

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 9-10, 66,

78-9, 149, 154, 205, 263-6, 314-15, 328, 415n, 473-6,

497, 505, 668-71

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

151, 293, 796-7

medals of distributed to Southern Indians, 119

and Chickasaw-Creek war, 156-7, 315n, 409, 412

and U.S. aid to Chickasaws, 415n

and newspaper criticism of Spain, 474-6

Other Correspondence

with Provisional Executive Council, xli-xlii,

47n, 110, 340 (illus.)

with Arthur Young, 29-31

with John Vaughan, 37

with National Convention cited, 47n

with Rodolph Vall-Travers cited, 66

with John Cooke cited, 79n

with Louis XVI cited, 92n

with Ternant quoted, 111n

with E. Randolph quoted, 156n, 569n, 713n

with Hamilton, 176-7, 269

with Knox, 269

with Samuel A. Otis, Jr., cited, 278n

with Commissioners of Accounts, 343

with Federal District Commissioners cited, 426-7n, 672n

with Francisco Chiappe cited, 433

with James Simpson cited, 433

with Thomas Mifflin cited, 481n, 728n

with Jonathan Trumbull, Jr., cited, 509n

with Stephen Sayre cited, 517n

with Supreme Court Justices, 543-4, 550

with Cabinet, 582, 611, 752

with Henry Marchant cited, 666-7

with Genet, 677-8

with George Buchanan cited, 733-4

with Thomas Millet cited, 754-5n

Personal Affairs

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

visits Mount Vernon, 311n, 346, 355, 358, 424-5

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 403, 577, 658

returns to Philadelphia, 433, 436, 449

and Mrs. Lear's funeral, 578

crop-rotation plan, 658

plans to visit Mount Vernon, 756, 757

President

and Mint, 4n, 185, 192-3, 269, 676, 734-5, 737

and foreign loans, 17, 193-4, 201-5, 206, 293-5, 303-7,

348, 350, 352n

confers with TJ, 59-60

and monarchism in U.S., 101-2, 628

and republicanism, 101-2

criticism of, 102, 241, 267-8, 324, 555, 602-3

and case of Joseph Ravara, 103, 104, 105n

offered French citizenship, 142n

health, 151, 157n, 161n, 241, 346

and TJ's conflict with Hamilton, 193-4, 201-5, 206,

293-5, 303-7

and ceremonial at N.Y., 248-9

and John Cleves Symmes's application for land patent, 269, 270

and loan from Bank of United States, 280

and pardons, 319-20

and Southwest Territory, 326

and final settlement of state accounts, 343, 666

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

and Federal District, 425-6, 455, 495, 500, 517-19, 672

and Thornton's Capitol plan, 425-6, 455, 495, 500, 517-19

and opposition to excise in Ky., 507

alleged Federalist criticism of, 522-3

and Bank of United States, 523

and early meeting of Congress, 555, 608, 611, 615, 619, 627, 650

and TJ's retirement, 593-4, 606-7, 627-30, 659-60

pasquinade about, 602

criticizes Philip Freneau, 603

and National Gazette, 603

views on Republicans, 628

relations with E. Randolph, 652-3

defers to majority opinion in Cabinet, 653

and Northwest Territory, 660

Revolutionary War

views on militia, 219-20

correspondence with Continental Congress, 288-9

Washington, Martha Dandridge Custis (Mrs. George Washington)

and ceremonial at N.Y., 248

and John Bill Ricketts's toast to Washington, 522

washstands

TJ's sent to Monticello, 19

watches

for Mary Jefferson, 463

for M. J. Randolph, 617, 658

waterwheel

patent application for, 631

Watkins, Robert, 538n

Watts, John

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 413-14n

wax

importation by Great Britain, 683

Sinclair's views on, 683

Wayles estate debt

settlement of, 544

Wayne, Richard

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Weeks, Capt. (master of Amsterdam Packet), 435

weevil

damages grain, 87, 276

damages wheat, 87, 785

damages crops, 288

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

impeded by drought, 668

mentioned, 658

weights and measures

John Cooke's paper on, 79n

Wells, Benjamin

and opposition to excise act, 62, 63n

Welsh, Keyran

and case of Maria, 455n, 542

West, Mr., 761n

western posts

retention by British, 166, 322, 329, 330n, 361-2, 382, 480

West Indies

freight charges for, 8, 388

U.S. trade in, 94, 112

eventual black domination of, 503

eventual expulsion of whites from, 503, 504

British expeditionary force sent to, 777

West Indies, French

U.S. guarantee of, 62, 72, 121, 141, 187, 190, 241, 571, 653

and proposed commercial treaty with U.S., 72

Westphal, Mr.

and case of York, 372

Weymouth, England

and British privateering, 388n

whalebone

price, 9

whale fishery, southern

Americans excluded from by Spanish, 22-3

whale oil

price, 9, 388

and southern whale fishery, 23n

wheat

proposed purchase for France, 3

price, 9, 94, 112, 231, 317, 388, 496

value of, 29

harvest of, 58

milling of, 59, 290

damaged by weevil, 87, 785

suitability of Va. soil for, 87

Va. crop, 141, 278, 397, 404-5, 521, 746

damaged by rust in Va., 242, 274, 303

threshing of, 249

importation by Great Britain, 250, 682

transport in Va., 259

switch to from tobacco in Va., 289-90

milling of TJ's, 386

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

and crop-rotation plan of T. M. Randolph, Jr., 471, 592

scarcity in France, 496

use in bread, 586

forced to be sold at Málaga, 587

demand for in Portugal, 647

demand for in Spain, 647

Sinclair's views on, 682

Wheatcroft, J.

letter from, 443

Wheatley, Benedict

and case of William, 335-6n

wheels

for Monticello, 326

Whieldon & Butterworth

and books for J. W. Eppes, 8n

White, Capt. (master of Carolina Packet)

ship fired on by British privateer, 753

White, Simon

and case of Regulator, 459n

White, Thomas

ship captured by Sans Culotte of Honfleur, 167, 664n

Whiteside, John

and case of William, 335n

Whiting, Anthony

death, 346, 424-5

Whitney, Eli

petition from, 334

and cotton gin, 134, 334

patent for, 334

identified, 334n

partnership with Phineas Miller, 334n

Wilcocks, John

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 551, 589-90, 742

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Wilkes, Charles, 776

Wilkes, John, 374n

William (ship)

captured by Citoyen Genet, 50-2, 72n, 130n, 199-200, 218,

302n, 335n, 398-9, 703, 704

TJ's notes on, 71-2

sale of prevented, 281-2, 301, 336n, 342n

and U.S. jurisdiction over belligerent prize cases, 335, 342-3

and detention of French prizes in U.S. ports, 361, 484, 487

and French captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters, 378, 381

and restoration of French prizes, 620

mentioned, 480

William Penn (ship), 605, 679

Williams, Otho H.

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

and case of Trusty, 418n

mentioned, 506, 507n

Williams, William

and Thornton's Capitol plan, 518

Williams, William Joseph

portrait of TJ sent to Monticello, 20

Williamson, Adam

and case of York, 370-1

and case of Suckey, 377n, 386

and case of Jane, 470n

and restoration of British prizes, 643

Williamson, Collen

and Thornton's Capitol plan, 426n

Williamson, Thomas Gibbes

and case of Lovely Lass, 462n

William V, Prince of Orange

French call for overthrow of, 73n

Willing, Morris & Swanwick

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 332, 430, 679

mentioned, 104n

Willink, Jan

applies for U.S. citizenship, 648

Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard

letters from, 73-4, 430-1, 647-8, 679

account with U.S., 73-4, 430-2, 679

Carmichael's account with, 73

Dumas's account with, 73

Humphreys's account with, 73, 755

Short's account with, 73

and American captives in Algiers, 116

and foreign loans, 194, 349

letter from submitted to Washington, 238

and U.S. debt to Netherlands, 307n

and Humphreys's mission to Algiers, 332

and U.S. debt to France, 347, 349

Pinckney's account with, 755

Willink, Wilhem

applies for U.S. citizenship, 648

Willstown

and proposed Spanish magazine for Cherokees, 414n

Wilmington, Del.

and circular letter to merchants, 768n

Wilmington, N.C.

and French privateering, 436-7, 736-7n

Vainqueur de la Bastille detained at, 452-3

Wilson, James

letters to, 488, 520

letter from, 543

and case of Gideon Henfield, 131n

and referral of neutrality questions to Supreme Court, 488,

520, 526, 541, 543-4, 550

letter to Washington, 543-4

letter from Washington, 550

pasquinade about, 602

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

Wilson, John

letter from cited, 516n

Wilson, Philip

case of, 191, 770-1

Wilson, Potts & Easton

and case of Jesse, 782

Wiltshire, England

watering of meadows in, 680

Wimpffen, Louis Felix, Baron de

reported peace mission to Great Britain, 545

window frames

for Monticello, 65, 326

Windward Islands, W.I.

plague in, 392n, 516

wine

freight charges on, 8, 388

for TJ, 45-6, 92, 170, 188, 661, 718, 721, 739, 746, 758

price, 46, 636

duties on in U.S., 99, 105

Termo, 188

Burgundy, 636

Medoc, 718

exportation from France forbidden, 744

Wolcott, Oliver, Jr.

and Mint, 185

and Beaumarchais's claim on U.S., 243-4, 246n

Wolff, Christian

Institutions du Droit de la Nature et des Gens, 299, 699

mentioned, 512, 606

Wood, James

letter to, 520

letters from, 455-6, 648, 787

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 455-6, 506, 520

letter from submitted to Washington, 456n

and case of John Cooper, 648

and case of Orion, 787

Worsley, Capt. (master of Eliza)

ship captured by Liberty, 435

Worth, Paul

and southern whale fishery, 23n

Wythe, George

letter to, 124

letter from, 717

letter from cited, 124n

letter to E. Randolph, 717

and Richmond address in support of Proclamation of Neutrality, 717-18, 766

conflict with E. Pendleton, 767n

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