Volume 27 Index

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W

Wabash (Wabeche) river

floods in, 737

Wadsworth, Jeremiah

letters from, 34, 35, 631

and circular letter to merchants, 34, 35

and prices for craftsmen, 631

witnesses wedding of F. Crèvecoeur, 781

wagons

wheels for TJ’s, 267

impressment of, 700-1

Wait, Capt.

Longchamps visits, 146

Walch, Capt. See Welsh (Walch), Keyran

Walker, Benjamin

and tonnage duties from Saint-Domingue refugees, 280-1

Walker, George, 714

Walker, John

letter to, 716

certificate from, 702

as delegate to Continental Congress, 702

and settlement of Wood’s accounts, 716

Walker, Dr. Thomas

letter to, 716

fertility of land of, 205

receives vote for Va. Committee of Safety, 679

and settlement of Wood’s accounts, 716

Waller, Benjamin

as Williamsburg attorney, 672

Waller, Benjamin Carter

letter to, 606

identified, 606-7n

and Wayles estate debt, 606

letter from cited, 607n

Wallington, Bd.

Danish citizenship certified, 581

Walpole, Robert

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 231-2

Walsh, Peter

letters from, 252-3, 253

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 197, 252-3

and Algerine piracy, 253

identified, 253n

letters from submitted to Washington, 253n

letters from cited, 847, 848, 849

Walstrum, Peter

master of Pilgrim, 320n

Ward, Samuel

letter to, 12

and case of Jay, 4, 12

Ward, Samuel, & Brothers

letter to, 589

letter from, 581

offers ship for U.S. Navy, 581, 589

Warington & Keene, 807

Wart Mountain

land transactions at, 668-9

Washington (ship)

and Pintard’s arrest, 223, 239n, 283n

Washington, George

letters to, 22, 74, 122-3, 188-9, 189, 189-90, 190, 190-2, 224-5, 253-4, 305-6, 314, 328, 391-2, 433, 458, 466, 471-2, 473, 518, 525, 589, 591, 607, 610, 630, 632, 643-4, 645-6, 652-3, 656

letters from, 60, 86, 94, 159, 218-19, 228-9, 425, 451, 468, 473, 632, 655, 656, 808

memorandums to, 144-5, 788-9

reports to, 323, 504-6, 513-17, 639-42

certificate from quoted, 653n

letters to cited, 794n

mentioned, xlix

American Revolutionary War

reinforcements for, 684n

Foreign Affairs

and British retention of western posts, l-li, 33, 447-9, 610, 636

and British trade restrictions, l-li, 57, 123, 143-4, 454-5, 468-9, 471-2, 475-9, 481, 489, 491

and French trade restrictions, l-li, 466, 468-9, 471, 474-9, 481, 651-2

and Genet’s recall, l-li, 18n, 52, 87n, 127-33, 219, 399-401, 423, 450-5, 474-9

and infractions of peace treaty, l-li, 50, 353, 392, 426, 454-5, 468-9, 471-2, 475-9, 481, 808, 828n

Message of the President of the United States to Congress relative to France and Great-Britain, l-li, 394 (illus.)

and Proclamation of Neutrality, l, 131, 399-401, 411-13, 473

and case of Jesse, 12

and case of Duplaine, 13-14, 132, 182, 184-6, 188, 189-90, 228, 272-4, 416, 427, 631

and Republican resolutions on neutrality, 13, 20, 237n

and Genet’s threat to appeal from to American people, 16, 298, 367-8, 399-401, 453-5, 485, 527-8, 529-32, 583, 587-8, 589, 592, 594-5

and “Pacificus” essays, 17-18

and compensation for French prizes, 22, 35-7, 43-4, 113, 224-5, 457, 474-9, 621-2, 632-5

and restoration of French prizes, 22, 25-6, 35-7, 43-4, 90, 190-1, 268-9, 310-11, 316-17, 343-4, 346, 368-73, 413-14, 426, 446-7, 457, 626-8, 632-5

and case of Maxwell, 25

and French privateers commissioned by Genet in U.S., 25-6, 73-4, 351-2, 621-2

and resolutions on neutrality, 28-9

and Galbaud’s dispute with Genet, 33, 75, 76-8, 98, 123

and neutrality rules, 36-7, 44, 389-90, 409, 473, 593

and case of William Tell, 46n, 71, 104-5, 191, 280

and detention of French prizes in U.S. ports, 46n, 67-9, 71, 104-5, 131-2, 191, 280

and French consular admiralty jurisdiction in U.S., 51, 52-3, 71, 104-5, 131-2, 170, 182, 184-6, 188, 189-90, 191, 272-4, 280, 392, 426

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

and exequaturs for foreign consuls, 61, 74, 82-3, 175-6, 181, 188-89, 282, 302-3, 352, 414-15, 426, 479, 489, 500-2, 603

and French fleet in N.Y., 70-1, 123, 177-9, 385

and French right to bring prizes into U.S. ports, 70-1, 132; and use of U.S. ports by armed belligerent ships, 70-1

and case of Riviere, 73

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

and enlistment of U.S. citizens in French service, 73-4, 131, 177-9, 312-13

and detention of French sailors, 75-8, 511-12n, 605n, 607

and relations with Spain, 86, 88, 357-8, 462-4, 475, 518, 623-5, 629, 648-9, 817

and case of Betsey, 90, 351-2

and French capture of Swedish ship, 90, 351-2

and alleged French refugee plots in U.S., 98, 356, 392, 458, 486-7n, 629

and tonnage duties from Saint-Domingue refugees, 99, 191, 489, 525; and maritime jurisdiction of U.S., 105n, 190-1, 328-30, 330-2, 338-40, 341-2, 391, 426, 427, 446n, 476n

intelligence from Humphreys, 107

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, 111-12n, 177-9, 196, 291n, 312, 314, 392

and additional instructions to British warships and privateers, 123, 143-4, 475-9

alleged meeting with Noaïlles and Talon, 131, 134n

and French Revolution, 131, 214

Genet’s complaints against, 131

and medallion of Louis XVI, 131

and U.S. jurisdiction over belligerent prize cases, 131-2, 424n

and new commercial treaty with France, 132, 302-3, 362, 476n

and sale of French prizes in U.S., 132, 219

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

and Dutch capture of U.S. ship, 136

and neutrality resolutions, 144-5

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

and French captures of U.S. ships, 159-60, 224-5

and British captures of U.S. ships, 160, 184, 190, 377n, 489, 491

and case of Catharine, 160

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

and case of Roehampton, 183, 189, 316-17, 368-73, 392, 426

and French captures of British ships, 183, 310

and British captures of French ships, 189

and case of Fanny, 190-1

and case of William, 190-1, 384, 392, 426

and case of Républicaine, 195-6n

and French right to fit out privateers in U.S., 195-6n, 316-17, 319n, 368-73

and Portuguese-Algerine truce, 197-8n, 503, 507, 516-18, 610, 617

and Short’s desire for diplomatic promotion, 209-13, 325-7, 350

unfamiliarity with European diplomatic protocol, 209-12

alleged favoritism toward G. Morris, 213-14, 217

and case of San Josef, 268-9, 310-11, 343-4, 346, 392, 446-7, 626-8

and French capture of Spanish ship, 268-9, 310-11, 343-4, 346, 392, 446-7, 626-8

and French privateers commissioned in U.S., 268-9, 310-11, 343-4, 346, 626-8

and case of Catherine, 280

and French captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters, 280, 320n, 342-3n, 384, 392, 426

and U.S. guarantee of French possessions in America, 289n, 362, 400, 476n

and French plan to liberate Canada, 291n, 385

and alleged British plots against U.S., 304n

TJ translates dispatches for, 305-6

and case of Harpooner, 310

and free ships and free goods, 310, 474-9, 598-601, 651-2

and U.S. right to navigate Mississippi, 312-13, 444, 494, 519-20, 631n

and case of Industry, 316-17, 319n, 368-73, 618n

and case of Pilgrim, 320n, 421n, 426

and case of Conyngham, 342-3n, 392, 421n, 426, 618n

and case of Providence, 343-4, 626-8

and U.S. debt to France, 347-8, 378, 429, 457, 487, 602, 611n

and address of French consular commissions, 363, 414-15, 426, 479, 489, 500-2

and case of Cincinnatus, 377n

and case of Moissonnier, 392; Genet’s right to appeal from to Congress, 395-6, 594-5, 632, 649, 655

and relations with Denmark, 409

and case of Jane of Dublin, 413-14, 427

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

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

and case of Lafayette, 425, 433, 449, 450, 643-4, 648

and case of Dannery, 427

and alleged threats to French consuls, 437, 458

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

and sale of arms to belligerent nations, 459

and diplomatic recognition policy, 468-9

and circular letter to merchants, 475

and case of Nancy, 489, 491

and Yznardi’s proposed mission to Algiers, 498, 636

and G. Morris’s recall, 504-6, 610

and ransom of captives in Algiers, 513-17, 518, 521

and relations with Algiers, 513-17, 518, 521, 617

and relations with Morocco, 513-17, 518, 521, 817

and boundary with Spain, 519-20

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 519-20, 584-5, 591, 603-4, 617, 623-5, 629, 648-9

and trade with Spain, 519-20

and Genet’s attempt to sue Jay and King for libel, 527-8, 583, 587-8, 589, 592, 594-5

and commercial treaty with Great Britain, 533, 535-6, 553, 567

and TJ’s report on commerce, 534, 566n, 620, 639-43

and Jay Treaty, 535

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

and publication of Genet’s correspondence, 594-5, 632, 649

and private appeals to Congress, 595-6

and French plan to capture E. and W. Fla., 620

and case of Hope, 621-2, 632-5

and British occupation of Saint-Domingue, 629

and letter to Maria I, 650-1

and convention with Spain on fugitives, 816

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

and Humphreys’s mission to Algiers, 845

Indian Affairs

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

hostilities with Miami Indians, 32

and relations with Western Indians, 450, 610

and relations with Southern Indians, 462-4, 584-5, 623-5, 629, 648-9, 818

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

and Chickasaw-Creek war, 584-5

Other Correspondence

with Chittenden cited, 30, 815n

with G. Clinton cited, 32-3, 75, 77n, 452n, 636

with Sinclair quoted, 67n

with Federal District Commissioners, 74

with S. Moylan cited, 138n

with Pendleton cited, 145n

with Harper & Co. cited, 159-60n

memorial from J. King and others cited, 159n, 224-5

with Harper cited, 159n

with E. Randolph cited, 218-20, 228-9, 254

with Hamilton cited, 218-20, 429, 487

with Knox cited, 218-20

with Jonathan Trumbull quoted, 228-9

with Jonathan Trumbull cited, 254

petition from A. Freeman cited, 306n

with Trustees of Germantown Academy, 315

memorial from Penman & Co. and others quoted, 337n

with Spaight quoted, 343-4

with Spaight cited, 346

with E. Randolph quoted, 395-6, 615-16n

with Philadelphia merchants cited, 401n

with Humphreys cited, 425

with J. B. Church cited, 425n

with Genet cited, 453, 455n

with Congress, 474-8, 518-20, 521, 617, 648-9, 655

with Mifflin cited, 486n, 629

with J. B. Church quoted, 502-3

petition from M. Maurice and others cited, 511-12

with T. Barclay cited, 515

with Du Rumaine cited, 525

with Jay and King cited, 588

with Hamilton quoted, 589n

with Kierrulf cited, 595-6

with G. Clinton quoted, 610

report from Hamilton cited, 611

with Moultrie cited, 620n

with S. Bourne quoted, 781

with H. Lee cited, 815n

with Louis XVI cited, 816

with C. Pinckney cited, 816n

with G. Chiappe cited, 817

Personal Affairs

visits Mount Vernon, 62, 63, 64, 84, 85, 88, 90, 91, 92, 93, 109, 117, 121

Paine’s affection for, 227

Blanchard seeks loan from, 251, 522

and Lear, 300, 301

visits Lancaster, 334

visits Reading, 334

plow for, 425n

and American Philosophical Society, 656

wine for, 844

President

annual address to Congress of, l, 399-401, 411-13, 421-3, 428, 453-5, 473, 788-9

and ratification of Bill of Rights, li, 815n

popularity of, 16

and TJ’s retirement, 17, 28, 356, 608, 615-16n, 656

and federal patronage, 30, 94, 108-9, 117, 123, 137-8, 160, 194, 376, 421n, 425, 483-4, 781n

and commissioning of federal appointees, 39, 855

and coastal fortifications, 46-7, 428, 454-5

and U.S. defense needs, 46, 134n, 610

and Federal District, 74-5, 468-9, 788, 789n

and neutrality resolutions, 109-10, 122

relations with department heads, 111, 855

mail forwarded to, 117, 404

and passports for U.S. ships, 117

and quarantine in Va., 135

and Mint, 191-2, 645-8

in Germantown, 218-19, 275n, 297, 335-6, 345, 361, 394, 395, 432, 450-5

and weights and measures, 219

and proposed change of meeting site of Congress, 228-9, 253-4, 297-8, 299, 315

successor to, 276

TJ accused of opposing, 276

TJ furnishes office supplies to, 306

and Southwest Territory, 323-4, 328

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

proposed statue of, 360

reelection of, 360, 425n

importance of survival of, 409-10

and proposal for military academy, 423-4n, 428, 454-5

and accommodations for Congress, 433

and alleged Federalist desire for hereditary Senate and President for life, 467

returns to Philadelphia from Germantown, 467

and ships for U.S. Navy, 589

and Department of State accounts, 649, 652-5, 658-60

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 652-5

and census, 795, 816

and patents, 803-4

copies of reports for, 807

days for visits of compliment to, 813

and preparation of proclamations, 856

Washington, John Augustine

receives votes for Va. Committee of Safety, 678

Washington, Martha Dandridge Custis (Mrs. George Washington), 467

Washington, Va.

marine hospital at, 794n

Washington City. See Federal District

Washington Co., Pa.

and conflict with western Indians, 34n

Washington Co., Va.

and defense of western frontier, 691, 693n

Indian depredations, 691

militia, 691, 693n

Washington district, Southwest Terr.

militia, 787

watches

for Mary Jefferson, 154, 507

for TJ, 154, 507-8

waterpower

and Whitney’s cotton gin, 246, 249

Waters, Esther Rittenhouse (Mrs. Nicholas B. Waters)

opens boardinghouse, 467

Waters, Nicholas B.

health of, 467

Watson, Capt. (master of Salome), 198

Watson, David

TJ’s instructions concerning, 267

described, 267n

TJ’s account with, 299

and carpentry at Monticello, 323

and desk for Mary Jefferson, 523

Watson, Mrs. David

TJ’s instructions concerning, 267

Watson, John

and orrery for TJ, 467

Watson, Richard, Bishop of Llandaff

Edwards visits, 275

Watson, William

landholdings of, 773

Watts Island, Va.

and case of Pilgrim, 320n

Wayland, Adam

estate of, 724-7

Wayland, Elizabeth (Mrs. Adam Wayland)

children’s inheritance, 724, 726-7n

Wayland, Mary (Mrs. Adam Wayland)

disputed inheritance of, 724-7

Wayland et al. v. Utz and wife

TJ’s opinion on, 724-7

Wayles, John (TJ’s father-in-law)

and Hemings family, 120n

health of, 672

TJ visits, 672

landholdings of, 673n

epitaph for daughter, 728

Wayles, Martha Eppes (Mrs. John Wayles, TJ’s mother-in-law)

landholdings of, 673n

Wayles estate debt

settlement of, 255-6, 606

credit due to, 256, 337-8, 493

Wayne, Anthony

campaign against Western Indians, 32, 33-4n, 63, 88, 90, 91, 92, 394, 395, 630-1

Wayne, Richard

letter from, 269-70

and circular letter to merchants, 269-70

identified, 270n

Webb, Bernard

recommends Charles Landon Carter, 435

Weedon, George

letters from, 706-7, 707-9, 717

Graham visits, 443

and British raid on Richmond, 706-7

deployment of forces under, 707-9

and loss of Patriot, 717

weevils

damage wheat, 3

Wehlen (Vialen), Germany

TJ evaluates wine of, 763

weights and measures

Leslie’s tests of, 154, 219-20

TJ’s uniform system of, 154, 219n, 508, 789, 811n, 813-14, 819-22

TJ prefers rod as standard of measurement, 508, 819-20

Talleyrand proposes uniform system of, 818

Weights and Measures, Report on

well-known in England, 154

TJ’s efforts to implement, 789, 813-14, 818-22

Welbank, George

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 463n

Welch (Welsh), Wakelin, Sr.

account with TJ, 606-7

meets TJ in London, 606

and Wayles estate debt, 606

Weld v. Bradbury

precedent cited by TJ, 727n

Welsh, Mr. See Welch (Welsh), Wakelin, Sr.

Welsh (Walch), Keyran

master of Maria, 305n

Westchester Co., N.Y.

and Galbaud’s dispute with Genet, 77n

western posts

retention by British, l-li, 33, 288, 447-9, 451, 476-7n, 533, 610, 636, 651

western territory

and Madison’s revenue plan, 729-31

size of, 737

new states from, 739

Westham, Va.

militia rendezvous, 705-6

West Indies

U.S. trade with, 184, 190, 470

British captures of U.S. ships in, 197n, 535

manufactures in, 499

West Indies, British

U.S. consuls prohibited in, 35, 76

and yellow fever, 174

regulations on U.S. trade with, 539, 540, 545n, 549n, 558-9, 572, 573, 642

West Indies, Danish

regulations on U.S. trade with, 540, 545n, 549n, 559, 573

West Indies, Dutch

regulations on U.S. trade with, 540, 559, 573

West Indies, French

Genet requests arms for, 131, 134n

ports opened to U.S. ships, 164-9, 302, 362

U.S. guarantee of, 362, 384-9, 400, 412, 452n, 476n, 599

French naval vessels sent to, 386

Genet’s report on, 404-6, 429-30

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

TJ expects revolution in, 468

refugees from threaten French consuls, 523n

regulations on U.S. trade with, 539, 540, 545n, 549n, 558, 559, 572, 573, 639-41

and U.S. debt to France, 602

exchange rates in, 808.

See also Leeward Islands, French

West Indies, Portuguese

closed to U.S. trade, 539, 540, 558, 559, 572, 573

West Indies, Spanish

closed to U.S. trade, 539, 540, 558, 559, 572, 573

duties on flour, 578n

trade with Louisiana and E. and W. Fla., 641

West Indies, Swedish

regulations on U.S. trade with, 540, 559, 573, 578n

Westmoreland Co., Pa.

and conflict with western Indians, 34n

Weston, Samuel

recommended for consular appointment at Lisbon, 781n

Westover, Va.

horses left by British at, 710

West Point, N.Y.

surplus military stores at, 47

U.S. lands at, 809n

wet provisions

duties on, 840.

See also provisions

Weymouth, Capt. (master of Ellice), 485, 494, 498

whalebone

duties on, 840

whale fishery

Coffin’s report on, 96n

whale oil

export to France, 166, 745, 753-4, 768-9

export to Spain, 536, 554, 569

U.S. exports of, 536, 553, 567

duties on in France, 537, 555, 569

duties on in Great Britain, 538, 547n, 556, 570

export to Sweden, 538, 557, 571

export from U.S. to Great Britain forbidden, 540, 559, 573

export from U.S. to Portugal forbidden, 540, 559, 573

wheat

and threshing machine, 3

Philadelphia prices, 7-8

and British trade restrictions, 11, 29, 138, 538, 548n, 556, 557, 570, 571

harvest in England, 11

English prices, 29, 277

Hamburg-Lisbon trade, 138

harvest in Morocco, 152

U.S. prices, 277

planted by Hawkins, 279

and mortgage on Varina, 294, 349, 395, 397

Va. crop, 323

reexports from Great Britain, 557

wheat, early

seeds for TJ, 274-5

wheelbarrow

wheels for TJ’s, 267

wheels

for Monticello, 267

Whipple, Joseph

and TJ’s effort to procure moose skeleton, 735

Whipple, William

letters to, 735-6, 739

and TJ’s effort to procure moose skeleton, 735-6, 739

letters from cited, 736n

White, Enrique

and Spanish relations with Southern Indians, 585n

White, Thomas

master of Lawrence, 158n

Whitehurst, John

and weights and measures, 820

White Lieutenant (Indian)

and Creek hostilities with Ga., 585n

Whitelock, John

occupies Saint-Domingue, 289n

Whiting (Whitinge), Thomas

receives votes for Va. Committee of Safety, 679

Whitney, Eli

letter to, 392-3

letters from, 240, 433-4

and cotton gin, xlix, 240-51, 392-3, 433-4

patent model, xlix, 394 (illus.)

patent for, 240-51, 392-3

Wicquefort, Abraham de

as legal authority, 272-3

widows

wills contested, 724-7

Wilberforce, William

and Graham’s offer to negotiate opening of Mississippi, 444

Wilcocks, John

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 91-2, 115, 654

and consular bonds, 351

wildcat

collected by Raphaelle Peale, 524n

Wilkings, Robert

and case of San Josef, 627-8n

Will, William

recommends Voigt as chief coiner of Mint, 826n

William (British ship)

and French captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters, 49, 55, 67-8, 104, 190-1, 257, 331n, 364, 382-3, 384-5, 392, 417, 422, 426, 512

William (U.S. ship)

plundered by Citoyen Genet, 383n

William and Mary, College of

censor’s badge, 702n

appointment of surveyors by, 722

William Penn (ship), 433

Williams, Jonathan, Jr.

petition to Patent Board, 839

improvements in sugar refining, 839, 859

patent for, 859

Williams, William Peere

Reports of Cases argued and determined in the High Court of Chancery, 727n

Williamsburg, Va.

land transactions in, 665

removal of seat of government from, 690

Williamson, Charles

letter from, 447-8

and British retention of western posts, 447-9, 610n, 651

identified, 448-9n

letter from submitted to Washington, 448-9n

William Tell (ship)

captured by Cerf, 44-6

and French captures of prizes in U.S. territorial waters, 44-6, 68, 71, 104-5, 171-2

and restoration of French prizes, 44-6, 49, 55, 62, 68-9, 71, 104-5, 191, 280, 364, 422

Willing, Morris & Swanwick

letter to, 94

letter from, 808

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 95, 115, 654

letter from cited, 95n

Puglia keeps books for, 334-5

and Lormerie’s land claims, 808

Willing, Thomas

letter to, 582

health of, 121, 298

and Department of State accounts, 582

identified, 582n

Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard

letter to, 116

letter from, 812

and bills of exchange for Department of State, 114-15, 116, 612-3, 651, 652-3, 658-60

account with U.S., 612-13, 652-3

account with G. Morris, 812

Willis, Francis

headache remedy of, 824

Wilmington, Del.

possible meeting site of Congress, 228, 254

Wilmington, N.C.

and case of San Josef, 268-9, 310-11, 346, 446-7, 625-8

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

Wilson, James (Pa.)

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

and TJ’s appointment as peace commissioner, 728

Wilson, Philip

and case of Mentor, 650-1

Wilson, Potts & Easton

letter to, 12-13

and case of Jesse, 12-13

Wilson, Willis

and case of Républicaine, 195

Winchester, Va.

Va. commissary at, 692

Windward Islands, British

U.S. consular authority over, 35

Windward Islands, French

colonists conspire with Great Britain and Spain, 41, 284-5

Genet’s report on, 404-6

wine

for TJ, 60, 125, 152, 260, 410, 493, 586, 661

sherry, 60, 842, 845n

French exports to U.S., 168

Madeira, 221, 842

Portuguese exports to U.S., 221

Lisbon, 260, 493, 842

and import duties proposed by TJ, 551n

for John Adams, 750

Ay (Aij), 761, 842-3

Beaune, 761

Burgundy, 761, 842

Chambertin, 761, 842

Champagne, 761, 842-3

Goutte d’or, 761, 842

Hautvillers (Auvillaij), 761, 843

Meursault, 761, 842

Montrachet (Monrachet), 761, 842

Mousseux, 761, 842

Nuits (Nuys), 761

Pommard, 761

Romanée, 761

TJ evaluates, 761-3, 842-5

Volnay (Voulenay), 761

Vosne (Veaune), 761, 842

Vougeot (Vougeau), 761, 842

Ampuis (Ampuys), 762

Bordeaux, 762, 843

Château Grillet, 762

Château Margaux, 762, 843

Côte Rôtie, 762

Frontignan, 762

Haut-Brion, 762, 843

Hermitage, 762, 766

Lafite, 762, 843

La Tour de Ségur (Tour de Segur), 762, 843

Lunel, 762

Rausan-Margaux (Rohan Margau, Rozan), 762, 843

Tain, 762, 766; Barsac, 763, 843-4

Bernkastel (Berncastle), 763

Brauneberg (Brownberg), 763, 844

d’Abadie (Dabbadie), 763, 843

Durfort, 763, 843

Graach (Crach), 763

Hochheim, 763

Hock, 763, 844

Johannisberg, 763, 844

Kues (Kous), 763

Laroze (La Rose), 763, 843

Léoville (Lionville), 763

Moselle, 763, 844

Piesport (Bispot), 763

Preignac (Prignac), 763, 843-4

Quirouen, 763, 843

Rüdesheim, 763

Sauterne, 763, 843-4

Wehlen (Vialer), 763

Zeltinger (Selting), 763

Avignon, 767

Nîmes, 767, 844

U.S. export to India, 833

Termo, 842

Pontac, 843

Roussillon, 844

Wishart, Thomas

recommended to TJ, 794n

Wolcott, Oliver, Jr.

letter to, 103

letter from, 657

as possible Secretary of the Treasury, 17

and tonnage duties from Saint-Domingue refugees, 103, 191

identified, 103n

and proposed change of congressional meeting site, 315n

and Department of State accounts, 653n, 657-61

Wolf river

and land grants within Southwest Territory, 796

wood

for wagon wheels, 267

export to Spain, 536, 554, 568

U.S. exports of, 536, 553, 567

export to France, 537, 555, 569

export to Portugal, 537, 555, 569

export to Great Britain, 538, 547n, 556, 570

export from U.S. to Sweden forbidden, 539, 558, 572

export to British West Indies, 539, 549n, 558, 572

export to French West Indies, 539, 549n, 558, 572

duties on in Danish West Indies, 549n, 559, 573

duties on manufactures from, 840

Wood, James

letter to, 689-90

and case of Sans Culotte, 49

and Convention troops, 689-90, 716

Wood, John

seeks to be exchanged, 717

Woodford, William

in S.C. campaign, 694

Woodson, John (TJ’s uncle)

letter to, 705-6

and Mayo v. Lewis, 671

and British raid on Richmond, 705-6

identified, 706n

Woodson, Samuel

sued by TJ, 805

Woodson, Tucker, 676n

Woodward, John

letter from, 794

seeks federal appointment, 794

wool

Sinclair’s interest in, 66-7

and Whitney’s cotton gin, 247n

and import duties proposed by TJ, 546n, 550n, 551n

Worsham, Charles

witnesses will, 683n

worsted

spinning of, 499

Woulfe, Peter

on distillation, 792n

Wright, Joseph

death of, 121, 123, 191-2, 229, 311

and medal of H. Lee, 650-1

Wright, Mrs. Joseph

death of, 121

Wright, Thomas

and case of Providence, 343-4n

Wyatt, Capt. (master of the Fayette), 264n

Wyatt, Benjamin

master of Rebecca, 430n

Wythe, George

letter to, 13

and Richmond address in support of Proclamation of Neutrality, 13

money from, 390

and mortgage on Varina, 396-7

TJ excludes as arbitrator, 795-6

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