Volume 27 Index

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R T U V W Y Z

J

Jackson, James

enmity of Knox and Hamilton toward, 32

Jackson, John

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 252

Jamaica, W.I.

proposed U.S. consul at, 35

trade with Philadelphia, 73n

James & Shoemaker

and alleged French refugee plots in U.S., 486-7n

and rice for TJ, 787

Jameson, Capt. (master of Grange)

delivers dispatches to TJ, 11

Jameson, John

forwards letter, 728

James river

planters on, 206

defense of, 717

James River Company

and Short’s business affairs, 203-4, 615, 617n

Jane (British letter of marque ship)

accused of arming in Philadelphia, 422

Jane (Irish ship)

and restoration of French prizes, 22, 36, 413-14, 422, 427, 457n

Jane (U.S. ship)

case referred to governor of Martinique, 806-7

Janson, M.

vineyard, 761

Jarnac, Marie Charles Rosalie de Rohan Chabot, Comte de

letter from, 760

identified, 760-1n

and rice for TJ, 760

Jaudenes, Josef de

letters to, 112, 313, 314, 328-9, 340-1, 345-6, 603-4

letters from, 176-8, 268, 445, 446, 462, 584, 622-4, 625-6

letter forwarded to, 10

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 15

sherry served by, 60

and negotiations in Madrid, 88

correspondence with TJ forwarded to Pinckney, 91-2

letters forwarded from, 112, 117

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 176-80

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, 176-80, 196, 311, 312, 314, 345-6, 392, 445

and delay in pursuing belligerent ships leaving U.S. ports, 177-9

and use of U.S. ports by French navy, 177-9

and case of San Josef, 268-9, 310-11, 313, 445, 446-7, 625-8

and restoration of French prizes, 268-9, 310-11, 313, 445-6, 446-7, 625-8

and maritime jurisdiction of U.S., 328-30, 340-2, 426

letters to submitted to Washington, 330n, 342n, 391, 392

letter from cited, 446n

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 462-4, 519-20, 584-5, 591, 603-4, 622-5, 629, 648-9

letters from submitted to Washington, 464n, 591, 630

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 498-9

and U.S. boundary with Spain, 519-20

and U.S. right to navigate Mississippi, 519-20

and U.S. trade with Spain, 519-20

proposes to negotiate with Algiers, 521

and TJ’s report on commerce, 534, 564n, 565n

forwards letter, 615

Jay (ship)

captured by Orestes, 4, 8-9, 10-11, 12, 95

Jay, John

letter from, 684

and Genet’s threat to appeal from Washington to American people, 27, 367-8, 453-5, 481, 484-5, 527-9, 530-2n, 583, 587-8, 589, 592, 594

and Spanish relations with U.S., 211

charge to grand jury of U.S. Circuit Court of Va., 423

and pardon for C. Freeman, 440

Genet attempts to sue for libel, 527-9, 530-2n, 583, 587-8, 589, 592, 594

mission to England, 535

encloses act of Continental Congress, 684

and sinking fund, 825n

Jay, John (Mass.)

and case of Greyhound, 80n

Jay Treaty

and compensation for French prizes, 37n

and control of foreign policy, 413n

prohibits commercial discrimination, 535

Jean (ship)

carries letter to TJ, 138n

Jefferson (ship)

rope for, 693

deployment change requested, 717

Jefferson, Anna Scott (TJ’s sister)

inheritance of, 779n.

See also Marks, Anna Scott Jefferson

Jefferson, Elizabeth (TJ’s sister)

estate of, 777, 779n

Jefferson, Field (TJ’s uncle)

estate of, 683n

Jefferson, George (TJ’s cousin)

TJ as attorney of, 683

Jefferson, Jane (TJ’s sister)

estate of, 777

Jefferson, Jane Randolph (Mrs. Peter Jefferson, TJ’s mother)

deed from, 675-6

slaves of, 675-7, 778-9n

TJ pays debts of, 675-6

identified, 676-7n

leases Shadwell to TJ, 676

TJ settles estate of, 777-9

will of, 778-9n

mentioned, 674

Jefferson, John Garland, 337

Jefferson, Martha (Patsy, TJ’s daughter)

letter to, 764

relations with Mrs. Carr, 756

trip to opera, 764

instructed to write to Mrs. Eppes, 765

marries T. M. Randolph, Jr., 776-7.

See also Randolph, Martha Jefferson

Jefferson, Martha (Patty) Wayles Skelton (Mrs. Thomas Jefferson)

travels with TJ, 672

landholdings of, 673n

friendship with Baroness Reidesel, 683-4

TJ’s epitaph for, 728

mentioned, 723

Jefferson, Mary (Maria, Polly, TJ’s daughter)

letters to, 394, 523-4, 765

TJ removes from Philadelphia, 7

health of, 20, 377, 465, 590

and camera obscura, 47

and yellow fever, 102-3

at Fullerton’s boarding school, 124n

watch for, 154, 507

TJ’s affection for, 299, 345, 432, 468, 497, 609

Angelica Church’s affection for, 301

affection for TJ, 323

studies French, 394

TJ hopes she will wed, 449

fails to write, 496

letters from cited, 523, 524n

writing desk for, 523

and horses for TJ, 608

affection for Mrs. Eppes, 755-6

plans for sending to France, 755-6, 758

drawing lesson, 765

and Pine’s portrait of Madison, 828n

mentioned, 121, 764

Jefferson, Peter (TJ’s father)

land transactions of, 668-9

will of, 677n

estate of, 777

mentioned, 674

Jefferson, Randolph (TJ’s brother)

inheritance of, 779n

Jefferson, Thomas

and threshing machine, 3-4, 7, 21, 63-4, 66, 102, 118, 173-4, 200, 336, 485, 494, 498, 508-9, 590

employment of gardener, 21

crop-rotation plan, 63, 497

and Sinclair’s queries, 66-7, 637

seeds of early wheat, 274-5

passion for farming, 275n

grapevines for, 278-9

interest in cotton gin, 392-3, 433-4

Mazzei asks for squash seeds, 399n

buys red clover seed, 411, 483, 509, 582, 617

hires overseers, 411, 483, 497, 509, 524, 582

buys sheep, 432, 590

potatoes, 432

fruit trees, 546n

sugar maple, 546n, 551n, 757

and richness of Albemarle Co. land, 615

notes on grubbing land, 674

gives friends pecan trees, 723

seeks pecan nuts, 757

seeks rice seed, 760, 787

evaluation of wines, 761-3, 842-5

buys mother’s cattle, 778

notes on cotton production, 818

passion for, 275n

acquires camera obscura, 47

seeks copy of bronze askos at Nîmes, 767-8

takes notes on fresco painting, 784-5

payment for great clock, lii, 840n

manages Derieux’s affairs in Philadelphia, 4, 119, 122, 353-4, 494

declines inquiry about land values, 22, 122

account with Bringhurst, 88, 116, 198

salary as Secretary of State, 87-8, 110-11, 116-17, 124, 388-9, 390, 490

endorses notes for G. Taylor, Jr., 94

and Short’s finances, 108, 137, 201-8, 225, 238, 354-5, 408, 427-8, 492, 614-17, 806

account with J. Ross, 110-11, 116, 198, 406, 795-6

account with Bank of North America, 116, 198

account with Kerr, 116-17, 120, 198

account with Mrs. Fullerton, 116, 124

manages Currie’s affairs in Philadelphia, 118-19, 260, 333, 397-8, 493

declines to aid Blanchard, 251-2, 512, 522

Wayles estate debt, 255-6, 606

account with M. J. Carr, 256-7, 270, 337-8, 431

credit due from Wayles estate, 256, 337-8, 493

provides credit for Anna S. J. Marks, 256, 257-8

account with Hague & Lester, 271-2

and mortgage on Varina, 294-5, 348-9, 394-5, 396-7, 465, 496, 590

account with Dobson, 300

manages Mazzei’s affairs in Va., 398

account with Fenwick, Mason & Co., 408, 484

contract with S. Biddle, 411

contract with E. Alexander, 483, 497

account with Currie, 493

account with Lownes, 586

account with Welch, 606-7

deeded slaves by mother, 675-7

leases mother’s slaves, 675-6, 778

pays mother’s debts, 675-6

leases Shadwell from mother, 676

proposed land sale to, 677-8

buys Lego, 731-3

household expenses in Annapolis, 737-8n

settles mother’s estate, 777-9

buys horse from Madison, 793

sale of tobacco, 795

account with Leiper, 798-9

account with Strange, 805

lists resolutions of, 734

expenses as delegate, 737-8n

on requisitions to states, 738

on validity of loan office certificates, 738

with Genet, Hammond, and Pinckney printed, l-li, 394 (illus.), 609, 637

with Genet published by Genet, 130, 134n, 450, 508-9, 531n, 593-5, 632, 649

copied into Department of State letterbooks, 402

omits internal address on sensitive letters, 665

letters not received listed, 847-50

on appointments described, 851-2

relating to the states described, 852

relating to citizenship and passports described, 853

relating to copyright described, 853

congratulated by Riedesel, 683-4

and commercial agent in France, 684-5, 685-6

congratulated by A. Lee, 684

and Convention troops, 684, 689-90, 716

sent acts of Continental Congress, 684

asks Gálvez for loan, 687, 688, 698-9

and Pollock’s commercial agency, 687-8

and removal of seat of government to Richmond, 690

and defense of western frontier, 691-3

commissions Mazzei to effect a loan, 694

dealings with Penet & Cie., 694

recommends Dohrman, 695

and express riders, 696-7

and troops for Continental army, 697-8, 703

congratulated by Gálvez, 698-9

and provisioning of troops, 700-1, 703, 710-11

and recruitment of troops, 700

French officers introduced to, 704

and Va. harbor for French fleet, 704-5

and British raid on Richmond, 705-6, 706-7

and J. Anderson’s expenses, 714-15

and appointment of state engineer, 714

and flags of truce, 715

and militia, 715

and Board of War contracts, 716

and exchanges of prisoners of war, 717

and loss of Patriot, 717

and Cornwallis’s invasion of Va., 719-20

voyage to Europe, 739-40.

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Writings

and mortgage on Varina, 396-7

Lomax v. Innis’s heirs, 668-70, 721; Terry v. Jordan, 669, 670n

advises on value of law books, 670

pressure of business, 670

succeeded in practice by E. Randolph, 670n, 671-2n, 683, 817n

Mayo v. Lewis, 671-2

attorney of Ann Harris, 672

Harris v. Hall, 672, 673n

Jefferson v. Reade’s administrators, 683

and Patton land grant, 721-2, 722-3

opinion on Mary Wayland, 724-7

drafts power of attorney for J. Paradise, 765-6

notes on mother’s will, 778-9

authors give TJ books, 26, 390, 812

shipment of TJ’s books, 152, 408, 586, 607, 608, 637

Short seeks books for, 217-18, 324, 615, 767

books returned to, 322-3, 812

buys law books, 670

books given to TJ, 754-5, 760

arrangement of books at Monticello, 771

asked for guidance on, 805

and Lamb’s mission to Algiers, 142n

compiles statistics on France and Britain, 741

and power of Continental Congress to regulate commerce, 742

and elimination of national debt, 743-4

and American whale oil trade, 745, 753-4

and prize money for Jones’s command, 746-8

expenses, 750-1

and Algerine piracy, 752-3

and funds for Mrs. Barclay, 756

purchases nailrod for, 586

described, 587n

on slander, 86

on frontier warfare, 691, 693

fashion for muslins starves silkworkers, 753

on wine, 761-3, 842-4

visits Monticello, 62, 64, 84-5, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 102, 109, 110-11, 117, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 125-6

and case of Richard Randolph, 86

agrees to free James Hemings, 119-20

visits Mount Vernon, 145n

returns to Philadelphia, 271, 467

travels to Germantown, 297, 299

sends European travel notes to Lear, 304-5, 332

advises J. Randolph on legal training, 506, 609

composes epitaph for Dabney Carr, 673-5

establishes family cemetery, 675n

executor of Dabney Carr, 675n

newspaper delivery problems, 680

death of wife, 728

learns Spanish, 739-40

buys chest of tools, 755

trip to opera, 764

daughter’s marriage, 776-7

witnesses wedding of F. Crèvecoeur, 781

household furnishings sent from Paris, 785-6

and Pine’s portrait of Madison, 828

on circulating paper, 8

on separation of powers, 33, 124

on wartime contraband, 56-7

on extradition, 97-8

on division of business between department heads, 111

on President’s authority to relocate Congress, 254

on seizure of papers, 314

on authority to suspend functions of foreign diplomats, 379

on right to declare war, 400

on strict interpretation of Constitution, 412

on treaty-making power, 412

on executive secrecy, 471-2

on commercial discrimination and free trade, 532-79

on federal support of manufactures, 533, 542-3, 546n, 550-1n, 561-2, 575-6

on obligation to perform public service, 638, 702

bust by Ceracchi, 360-1

as peace commissioner, 728-9

accused of being a Deist, 39-40

on departure of soul at death, 665-6

house on Schuylkill, 125-6

lodgings in Germantown, 297-8, 299

offered lodging by G. Taylor, Jr., 406-7

lodges with Mussi, 452-3, 467

house in New York, 785n

leases Leiper’s house in Philadelphia, 798-9

describes yellow fever epidemic, xlix, 7, 20-1, 62, 64, 84-5, 90, 91, 92, 93, 95, 102, 121, 123, 297, 299, 334, 335-6, 345, 361, 394 (illus.), 395, 450, 491-2

latitude, 53-4

orrery, 64, 85, 259, 373-4, 467

scientist introduced to, 144

and weights and measures, 154, 219-20, 508, 813-14, 818-22

Blanchard’s balloon flight, 251-2

telescope, 376, 590

friendship with Volney, 390-1

potash production, 510

recommends Raphaelle Peale, 524

weather, 637-8

and American Philosophical Society, 656

astronomy, 665

revival of drowning victims, 665

American fauna, 735-6, 739

effort to procure moose skeleton, 735-6, 739

American geography, 737

describes American grist mills, 768

and N. Read’s boiler, 791

and hickory juice, 812

treatment of headache, 824

and patents, xlix, 236, 240-51, 309, 419-20, 798n, 803-4, 853-4

drafts President’s message on France and Great Britain, l, 394 (illus.)

and British retention of western posts, l-li, 33, 288, 447-9, 451, 476-7n, 533, 610, 636, 651

and British trade restrictions, l-li, 50, 55-9, 100-2, 115, 123, 143, 149-50, 157, 423, 451, 454-5, 468, 471-2, 475, 476-7n, 478n, 481, 489, 491, 552n, 563, 564-5n, 577, 578n

and French trade restrictions, l-li, 156-7, 365-7, 466, 468, 471, 474, 477n, 481, 640-1, 651; and Genet’s recall, l-li, 6, 49, 52-3, 87, 126-34, 163, 198-9, 219, 399, 400-1, 423, 450, 455, 474, 476n, 534, 600n

and infractions of peace treaty, l-li, 50, 353, 392, 418, 423, 426, 454-5, 468, 471-2, 475, 476-7n, 481, 808, 826-8

and President’s annual address to Congress, l, 399-400, 401n, 411-13, 421-4, 428, 453-5, 473, 476n, 788-9

and Proclamation of Neutrality, l, 399-400, 401n, 411-13, 423, 473, 598-601

and ratification of Bill of Rights, li-lii, 394 (illus.), 815

and report on commerce, li, 394 (illus.), 532-80, 620, 639-43, 800-2, 840-1

and case of Jay, 4, 8-9, 12, 95; and Humphreys’s mission to Algiers, 4, 152, 516, 636, 845

and circular letter to merchants, 5, 34, 40, 73, 269-70, 475, 638, 651

and relief of Saint-Domingue refugees, 5-6, 10, 15, 65, 89, 93, 336-7

and additional instructions to British warships and privateers, 6, 33, 100-2, 115, 123, 143, 149-50, 475, 476-7n, 478n

and case of Duplaine, 6, 13-14, 53, 79-82, 132, 182, 184-7, 188, 189, 190, 228, 261, 272-4, 416, 427, 631, 650

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 6, 12-14, 44-6, 48, 49-50, 51, 52-3, 55, 62, 71, 79-82, 104-5, 131-2, 170, 171-2, 182, 184-7, 188, 189, 190, 191, 228, 261, 272-4, 279-80, 317-18, 319n, 320, 375, 392, 393, 426

and “Franklin” pamphlet, 7, 8, 62

and British captures of U.S. ships, 8-9, 12, 118, 160, 184, 190, 197n, 264n, 377, 484, 489, 491, 526, 534

and case of Betsy brigantine, 9-10

and federal patronage, 9, 30, 35, 94, 108-9, 117, 123, 137-8, 145-6, 160, 163, 164n, 191, 194, 334-5, 376, 403, 421, 425, 435, 483-4, 589-90, 772, 781-2, 794, 825-6, 851

and French captures of U.S. ships, 9-10, 12-13, 158, 159-60, 224-5, 305n, 422, 525, 534

and case of Jesse, 12-13

and neutrality resolutions, 13, 28-9, 109-10, 122, 144-5

and Genet’s threat to appeal from Washington to American people, 16, 298, 367-8, 399, 401, 453, 481, 484-5, 527-32, 583, 587-8, 589, 592-3, 594

plans to retire, 17, 27-8, 41, 356, 376, 409-10, 449, 496

and compensation for French prizes, 22, 33, 35-7, 43-4, 112-13, 224-5, 457, 474-5, 476n, 504, 583, 611, 620-2, 632-5

and restoration of French prizes, 22, 25-6, 33, 35-7, 43-4, 55, 72-3, 84, 85, 90, 99-100, 108, 112-13, 190-1, 268-9, 310-11, 313, 316-19, 343-4, 346, 368-73, 413-14, 418-19, 422, 426-7, 445, 446-7, 457, 512, 583, 625-8, 632-5

and French capture of Swedish ship, 25, 351-2, 389, 422

and French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S., 25-6, 49, 73-4, 78, 79, 104, 131, 351-2, 611, 620-2, 625-8

and case of Betsey, 25n, 79, 84, 85, 90, 351-2, 389, 422

and case of Maxwell, 26, 422

and Republican abandonment of Genet, 27

and French fleet in N.Y., 30-1, 45, 48, 49-50, 55, 70-1, 100, 123, 177-8, 179, 385-7

and sale of French prizes in U.S., 31, 48, 132, 219, 364, 413n, 486

and use of U.S. ports by armed allied ships, 31, 55, 70-1

and campaign against Western Indians, 32, 63, 88, 423, 450, 630, 637

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 32, 462-4, 584-5

and Galbaud’s dispute with Genet, 32-3, 41-2, 75-8, 97-8, 123, 284

and consuls for European colonies, 35, 76

and Pagan v. Hooper, 38, 106

and commissioning of federal appointees, 39, 346-7, 424, 851-2, 855, 857-8

and passports for U.S. ships, 39, 95, 117, 136, 301, 856, 858

and tonnage duties from Saint-Domingue refugees, 43n, 99, 103, 172-3, 191, 229, 280-2, 303n, 435, 461-2, 489, 522-3, 525, 582

and case of William Tell, 44-6, 49, 62, 68, 71, 104-5, 171-2, 191, 279-80, 364, 422

and French captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters, 44-6, 49, 67-9, 103-5, 257, 279-80, 319-20, 322, 342-3, 374, 382-3, 384-5, 392, 393, 410, 417-18, 421, 422, 426, 486, 512, 618

and coastal fortifications, 46-7, 423-4n, 428, 453-4

and U.S. defense needs, 46-7, 134n, 423, 610

and detention of French prizes in U.S. ports, 46n, 62, 67-9, 71, 104-5, 108, 131-2, 191, 279-80, 410

and British right to bring prizes into U.S. ports, 49

and case of Riviere, 49, 73-4

and threatened revocation of French consular exequaturs, 49, 51, 52-3, 83, 123, 132, 170, 375, 378-9

and case of Flora, 50

and French right to fit out privateers in U.S., 50, 112-13, 148, 195, 261, 268-9, 310-11, 313, 316-19, 321-2, 343-4, 346, 368-73, 418-19

and U.S. jurisdiction over belligerent prize cases, 55, 67-9, 131-2, 351-2, 389, 409, 422, 424n

and arming of belligerent ships in U.S. ports, 57, 422, 452n

and Yznardi’s proposed mission to Algiers, 60, 498-9, 521-2, 636

and exequaturs for foreign consuls, 61, 74, 82-3, 175-6, 181, 188-9, 228, 282, 302-3, 347, 352, 363, 414-15, 426, 479-80, 489, 500-2, 526-7, 603, 618

and “Helvidius” essays, 61-2

opinion of Genet, 62-3

and case of Fanny, 67-9, 104, 190-1, 257, 329, 331, 364

and case of William, 67-9, 104, 190-1, 257, 331-2n, 364, 382-3, 384-5, 392, 417-18, 422, 426, 512

and French right to bring prizes into U.S. ports, 70-1, 132

and case of Nancy (British ship), 72-3, 99-100

and enlistment in French service of French citizens in U.S., 73-4, 511-12n

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 73-4, 131, 177, 178-9, 196, 261, 296-7n, 312-13, 619-20

and Federal District, 74, 468, 485, 788, 789n

and detention of French sailors, 75-6, 76-8, 97-8, 510-11, 597, 605, 607

and maritime jurisdiction of U.S., 78, 103-4, 105n, 171-2, 190-1, 257, 328-31, 338-41, 364, 384, 391-2, 393, 416-17, 422, 426, 427, 446n, 476n

criticized by Hauterive, 84n

and relations with Spain, 86, 88, 161-2, 209-11, 220-1, 350, 357-8, 423, 462-4, 475, 498-9, 518, 519-20, 603-4, 622-5, 629-30, 648-9, 650, 817

and election returns, 87n; and bills of exchange for Department of State, 91, 92n, 95, 114-15, 116, 651, 652-5, 657-9, 812

and impressment, 92, 150, 288

and case of Commerce, 95, 525-6

and case of Betsy brig, 96n

and case of Burgain, 96n

and case of Hamilton, 96n, 525

and case of Lawrence, 96n, 158

and case of Robins, 96n

and case of Sally, 96n

and consular fees at Madeira, 96n

and free ships and free goods, 96n, 310, 474, 477n, 598-601, 651

and trade with France, 96n

and U.S. consular assistance to French prisoners, 96n

and whale fishery, 96n

and alleged French refugee plots in U.S., 98, 113, 284-9, 295-7, 356, 392, 405-6n, 415, 436-9, 456, 458, 460-1, 481-2, 486-7, 523n, 614, 629

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, 111-12n, 176-80, 196, 290-1, 311, 312-13, 314, 345-6, 392, 445, 631n

and Northwest Territory, 111

arrangements during absence from office, 112, 114, 116, 117, 123, 192

and withdrawal from U.S. ports of French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S., 112-13, 124, 451-2, 632-5

desire to avoid Cabinet meetings, 121

and suspension of business during yellow fever epidemic, 121, 123, 183, 260, 333

and case of Citoyen Genet, 124

reproached by Genet, 128

and G. Morris’s recall, 129, 504-6, 610

Genet publishes correspondence with, 130, 134n, 450, 508-9, 531n, 593-5, 632, 649

and Genet’s request for arms for French West Indies, 131, 134n

and new commercial treaty with France, 132, 164-9, 281, 302, 361-2, 366, 476n, 533, 534, 546n, 552n, 563, 577, 650

and authorship of “Veritas” essays, 133n

and quarantine in Va., 135

and validity of treaties with France, 144n

and case of Lafayette, 151, 425, 433, 449, 450, 502-3, 618, 643-5, 648

and weights and measures, 154, 219-20, 508, 813-14, 818-22

and Mint, 158, 191, 192n, 229, 311, 450, 488, 589, 645-8, 648

and case of Andrew, 159-60, 224-5

and case of Catharine, 160

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 163, 519-20, 584-5, 591, 603-4, 617, 622-5, 629-30, 648-9

and case of Concorde, 171-2

and address of French consular commissions, 175-6, 363, 414-15, 426, 479-80, 489, 500-2, 526-7

and French mistreatment of U.S. ships, 175n, 383n

and delay in pursuing belligerent ships leaving U.S. ports, 177-8, 179

and case of Roehampton, 183-4, 189, 316-19, 321-2, 368-73, 383, 392, 418-19, 426

and French captures of British ships, 183-4, 189, 310, 329, 331-2, 364

and case of Républicaine, 195

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 196-8, 199, 222-3, 224, 230-5, 252, 262-7, 282-4, 469-71, 498-9, 503, 507, 508-9, 516-18, 521-2, 534, 596-7, 607-8, 609, 610, 617, 637

and relations with Algiers, 196-8, 199, 221-3, 224, 230-5, 252, 253, 262-7, 282-4, 399n, 469-71, 513-18, 521, 617

and diplomatic protocol, 209-11

joins Washington at Germantown, 218-19, 228, 275n, 297, 299

and relations with Netherlands, 218

and alleged British plots against U.S., 220-1, 303-4, 380-1

and alleged Spanish plot against U.S., 220-1

and case of Minerva, 223-4, 239, 282-3

and Portuguese detention of U.S. ship, 223-4, 239, 282-3

and Paine’s peace commission proposal, 226-7, 258-9, 471

and proposed change of meeting site of Congress, 228-9, 254, 297, 299, 315, 334, 336, 361, 388, 390, 395, 432, 464, 485, 491-2

and Spanish captures of U.S. ships, 252-3, 357-8, 499

and commercial treaty with Portugal, 263

and case of San Josef, 268-9, 310-11, 313, 343-4, 346, 392, 422, 445, 446-7, 625-8

and French capture of Spanish ship, 268-9, 310-11, 313, 343-4, 346, 391-2, 422, 445, 446-7, 625-8

retirement as, 275n, 332, 522, 608, 615-16, 635, 637, 638, 656

accused in Great Britain of opposing Washington, 276

and case of Catherine, 279-80, 364

and British occupation of Saint-Domingue, 284-9, 436-7, 629

and U.S. guarantee of French possessions in America, 284-9, 362, 400, 412, 452n, 476n, 599

and British relations with Western Indians, 288, 470, 610n

and French plan to liberate Canada, 290-3, 385-7

and denunciation of Mangourit, 295-7, 415, 619-20

and French plan to capture E. and W. Fla., 295-7, 619-20

and Department of State accounts, 305, 357, 390, 490, 582, 612-13, 649-50, 652-5, 657-61, 782, 822

translates for Washington, 305-6

and case of Maria, 305n

and Ast’s fire insurance plan, 306-9, 359-60, 591-2

furnishes office supplies to Washington, 306

and pardons, 306n, 355, 392, 439-43, 495, 816

and case of Harpooner, 310

and U.S. right to navigate Mississippi, 312-13, 423, 443-4, 494, 519, 585n, 604, 623, 624, 630-1

and case of Industry, 316-19, 321-2, 368-73, 383, 384, 422, 618

and case of Pilgrim, 319-20, 322, 342n, 417-18, 421, 426, 486

and Southwest Territory, 323-4, 328, 651

and case of Trial, 336-7

and detention of U.S. ships at Port-au-Prince, 336-7, 525

and trade with Saint-Domingue, 336-7

and case of Conyngham, 342-3, 374, 392, 417-18, 421, 426, 618

and case of Providence, 343-4, 422, 625-8

and U.S. debt to France, 347-8, 364-5, 378, 382, 429, 457, 487-8, 601-3, 611

and consular bonds, 351, 856

and treaty of alliance with Spain, 357

and Ceracchi’s proposed statue of Washington, 360

and Genet’s attempt to sue Jay and King for libel, 367-8, 527-9, 530-1n, 583, 587-8, 589, 592-3, 594

and case of Moissonnier, 375, 392, 426, 650

and case of Cincinnatus, 377

and case of William (U.S. ship), 383n

and Hamilton’s opinion of French Revolution, 384

and neutrality rules, 389, 409, 473, 593

and relations with Denmark, 389-90, 409, 581

and Genet’s right to appeal from Washington to Congress, 395-6, 593-5, 632, 649, 655

and E. Randolph’s access to public archives, 396n

instructions to Department of State clerks, 402-3

and passports for ships, 402

questions Genet’s rank as consul general, 403

and mistreatment of deputation from Saint-Domingue, 404-5, 429-30, 460

and final settlement of state accounts, 407, 423, 504

and case of Jane of Dublin, 413-14, 422, 426-7

and case of Lovely Lass, 413-14, 422, 426-7

and case of Prince William Henry, 413-14, 422, 426-7

and case of Dannery, 416, 427

and case of Henfield, 421-2

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in belligerent service, 421-2

and case of Grange, 422

and case of Jane, 422

and case of Republican, 422

and equipment of belligerent ships in U.S., 422

and proposal for military academy, 423-4n, 428, 454, 455n

and relations with Southern Indians, 423, 462-4, 584-5, 603-4, 622-5, 629-30, 648-9, 818

and U.S. boundary with Spain, 423, 519, 604

and accommodations for Congress, 433

and alleged threats to French consuls, 437, 456, 458, 481-2, 523

and Genet’s request for authority over U.S. ships to Saint-Domingue, 437-8, 459

and trade with Canada, 447-9

and case of Carmagnole, 451-2

and possibility of war with Great Britain, 451

and case of Little Sarah, 452n, 528n, 529-30

and sale of arms to belligerent nations, 458-9

and relations with Sweden, 466, 581

and Skjöldebrand’s proposed mission to Algiers, 466

and diplomatic recognition policy, 468, 469n

certifies Genet correspondence for Congress, 477n

and payment of bills drawn on Saint-Domingue, 487-8n

and case of Nancy (U.S. schooner), 489, 491

and printing of laws, 490

and Jaudenes’s proposed negotiation with Algiers, 498-9, 521

and Dutch-Algerine truce, 508-9, 516

and Barclay’s mission to Morocco, 513-16

and ransom of captives in Algiers, 513-18, 521, 822-4

and relations with Morocco, 513-18, 521, 817

and Jones’s mission to Algiers, 515

and convention with Spain on fugitives, 519, 816

and trade with Spain, 519

and passports for individuals, 524, 790, 853, 855, 856, 858

and commercial treaty with Great Britain, 533, 535, 544, 553, 563, 567, 577-8

and commercial treaty with Spain, 533

and relations with Western Indians, 534, 610

and British navigation acts, 547-8n, 556-7, 570-1, 642

and Spanish duties on flour, 578n

and Swedish colonial trade regulations, 578n

and ships for U.S. navy, 581, 589, 605

and Cherokee hostilities with U.S., 584-5

and Chickasaw-Creek war, 584-5

and arming of French privateers in U.S. ports, 593, 618

and private appeals to Congress, 595

and relations with Great Britain, 609

and case of Hope, 611, 620-2, 632-5

and rumored slave rebellion, 614

and census, 628, 795, 816

and post office, 628

recommends G. Taylor, Jr., 635-6

and opening of French ports to U.S. ships, 639-41

and trade with Spanish colonies, 641-2

advises successor, 649-52

and case of Philip Wilson, 650

and fugitive slaves from E. Fla., 650

and medals for military officers, 650, 651, 652n

and slaves stolen from E. Fla., 650

and assumption bill, 782n

and residence bill, 782n

and Patent Board, 783n, 790-2, 797n, 798n, 837-8, 839n, 853

and removal of offices to Philadelphia, 785-6

and fisheries, 788

and N.C. land cession, 796

and authentication of Department of State records, 797n, 855-6

and Irish’s papers, 803

and case of Jane (U.S. ship), 806-7

and foreign coinage, 808

and amount and proportion of silver in dollar, 809-11, 813-14, 821-2

and Pa. land purchase, 809

and punishment of U.S. citizens committing murder on high seas, 809

and Conn. land cession, 809n

and U.S. lands at West Point, 809n

and presidential visiting days, 813

and Louis XVI’s acceptance of the French constitution, 816

and Panic of 1792, 825

and sinking fund, 825

and Ohio Company land purchase, 826

and case of William Green, 829-36

sends acts of Congress to governors, 852, 855

and certification of American citizenship, 853

documents signed ex officio, 855-9

Edgehill boundary dispute, 773-6.

See also

Elk Hill

Lego

Monticello

Shadwell

drafts report on parliamentary procedure, 666-8

service on Committee of Privileges and Elections, 667n

tallies votes for Committee of Safety, 678-9

and paper money redemption, 680-1

“Anas,” xlix-l, 32-3, 384, 394 (illus.), 399-401, 411-12, 428, 453-5, 467

Report on Commerce, li, 394 (illus.), 532-79 (editorial note and documents)

Opinion on Henry Knox’s Report on Defense, 46-7

Cabinet Opinions on Relations with France and Great Britain, 49-50

Report on Weights and Measures, 154, 789, 813-14, 818-22

Report on the Proceedings of the Southwest Territory, 323

Cabinet Opinions on Various Letters, 426-7

Cabinet Opinions on Edmond Charles Genet and James King, 489

Report on Edmond Charles Genet and Gouverneur Morris, 504-6

Report on Morocco and Algiers, 513-17

Proposed Public Statement on Edmond Charles Genet, 529-30

Notes on the Proclamation of Neutrality and the Law of Nations, 598-600

Supplementary Report on Commerce, 639-42

Report on Parliamentary Procedure, 665-7

Notes for Epitaph and Grave of Dabney Carr, 673-4

Garden Book, 675n

Literary Commonplace Book, 675n

Election Tally for the Va. Committee of Safety, 678-9

Memorandum on Paper Money, 680-1

Epitaph for Martha Wayles Jefferson, 728

Notes on France and Great Britain, 741

Memorandum on Wine, 761-3

Notes of a Tour into the Southern Parts of France, 763n

Notes of a Tour Through Holland and the Rhine Valley, 763n

Notes on Executive Departments, 780

Notes on Fresco Painting, 784-5

Report on Fisheries, 788n

Notes on John Robertson and Algerine Prisoners, 822-4

Notes on Headaches, 824

Dissenting Opinion on the Sinking Fund, 825

Directions for Building the Great Clock, 839-40

Memorandum to Henry Sheaff, 842-4.

See also Notes on the State of Virginia

Jefferson v. Reade’s administrators

law case of TJ, 683

Jenkins, Marshall, & Son

and ships for U.S. navy, 605

Jennings & Woddrop

and case of Trial, 337n

Jenny (slave)

bequeathed by Ann Eppes Harris, 682

Jérémie, Saint-Domingue

captured by British, 284-5, 289n, 362n, 405n, 468

alleged French refugee expedition against, 436-8, 458-9, 482, 486-7n, 629n

Jesse (ship)

captured by Sans Pareil, 12

Johanene (Johanné), Pierre A.

arrest of, 78, 124

master of Citoyen Genet, 351

Johannisberg (Johansberg), Germany

TJ evaluates wine of, 763, 844

John Marie Joseph Louis, Prince of Brazil

influenced by Melo e Castro, 140-1

governs Portugal, 142-3n

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 264

Johnny. See Hemings, John

Johnson, Joshua

letter from, 160

and impressment, 160

and Mint, 160

account with U.S., 651

and case of William Green, 831, 832, 834

letter from cited, 849

mentioned, 332

Johnson, Thomas

as possible Secretary of the Treasury, 17

refuses appointment as Secretary of State, 298

Johnson, William Samuel

recommends Saltonstall for Department of State post, 772

Johnston, John Waller

recommended as lighthouse keeper, 794n

Jones, Mr.

land transactions of, 669

Jones, Bevard

recommended for hospital stewardship, 794n

Jones, Edward

and case of San Josef, 268-9, 445, 627-8n

Jones, Gabriel

and Federalist resolutions, 27-8

receives votes for Va. Committee of Safety, 679

Jones, John Paul

letter to, 747-8

letter from, 746-7

mission to Algiers, 515

and prize money, 746-8

Jones, Joseph

letter from, 711

certificate from, 702

attacks E. Randolph, 18

wheat harvest of, 274-5

receives votes for Va. Committee of Safety, 678

as delegate to Continental Congress, 702

and TJ’s appointment as peace commissioner, 728

Jones, William

and Wayles estate debt, 255

Jordan, Samuel

letter from, 668-9

and Albemarle Co. land transactions, 668-9

TJ as attorney of, 669, 670n

identified, 669n

letter to cited, 669n

Joseph (ship), 135

Journal des Révolutions de la Partie Française de Saint-Domingue

criticizes Genet, 42n

Juno (British frigate)

captures Hamilton, 526

Jupiter (French warship)

and Galbaud’s dispute with Genet, 77n, 97

officers arrested, 78

Bompard assumes command of, 386-7

Jupiter (TJ’s slave)

visits Tuckahoe, 723

Jutau (Juttau), John

and case of Greyhound, 81-2n

indictment of, 261

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