Volume 28 Index

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G

Gadsden, Christopher, 44

Gadsden, Philip, 44

Gaillard, François, 199

Gallatin, Albert

and D'Ivernois, xxxviii, 130, 133n, 144-5n, 154n, 158n, 163n, 164, 170, 178n, 189-90

election to Senate vacated, 29-30, 31n, 42, 47, 69

and naturalization issue, 31n

and Whiskey Insurrection, 189-90

political maneuvers against, 221

borrows book from TJ, 315

praised by Madison, 601

serves on ways and means committee, 602n

Gambil (Gambell), Henry, 471-3

Gambil (Gamble), John, 471-3

Gamble, Robert

and TJ's books and furniture, 8-9, 16

letters to cited, 8n, 98n, 248n, 336n

various shipments in care of, 53, 327, 436, 448

letter to summarized, 98

transmits groceries to TJ, 98, 226, 248

letters from cited, 98n, 248n, 336n

ships gongs, 183, 249, 561

transmits TJ's clover seed, 242, 247, 249

letter from quoted by TJ, 248

to forward Ceracchi bust, 302, 348

TJ's account with, 335-6

to ship nail machine, 388, 608

and Derieux's affairs, 448.

See also Gamble & Temple

Gamble & Grattan (Staunton, Va.)

and sales of nails, 384, 487

T. M. Randolph's account with, 439

Gamble & Temple

TJ buys groceries and nailrod from, 335-6

list of groceries for, 431-2

letters from cited, 432n, 527n

letters to cited, 432n

various shipments in care of, 527, 552, 561, 580, 591-2

Gardeners Dictionary (Philip Miller)

TJ's use of, 232-4, 259, 292-3, 327

Gardner, Caleb, 564

Gardoqui, Diego de

negotiations with Jay, 71n

and Spanish relations with U.S., 121, 490-1

and Short's salary, 443

garlic

in inventory of seeds at Monticello, 257

Gates, Horatio

letter to, 14

letters from, 6-7, 37-8

characterizes U.S., 6, 37

laments TJ's retirement, 6, 37

praises TJ's Report on Commerce, 6-7

invites TJ to visit Rose Hill, 7, 14

lends TJ correspondence, 7, 14, 37

E. Randolph forwards letter from, 15

and republics, 37

Gates, Mary Vallance (Mrs. Horatio Gates)

sends respects to TJ, 7, 38

invites TJ to visit Rose Hill, 14

Gautier, Jean Antoine

letter to, 452-4

letter from, 317

as principal of Gautier & Cie., 318-19

gives news of Mme de Tess�, 451

mentioned, 448

Gautier & Cie.

letter from, 318-19

successor to Grand & Cie., 318-19

Gazette of the United States (Philadelphia)

prints extract from Coxe, 25

news from London printed in, 39

and Jay Treaty, 400n, 559

read by Ebeling, 424

TJ on, 506, 509

publishes speech of George III, 555, 556n

Gem, Richard, 361

Generall Historie of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer Isles (John Smith), 424

General View of the Agriculture of the Northern Counties and Islands of Scotland (Sir John Sinclair)

sent to TJ, 405

Genet, Edmond Charles

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, 10n

replaced by Fauchet, 21, 27, 30, 32-3

recalled, 22-5

Madison's support of, 26-8

correspondence with TJ and Hammond published, 45, 259-60, 316

characterized by TJ, 58

and Genevan Revolution, 136

criticism of, 433n

and lawful prizes, 476n

Geneva

revolution, xxxviii, 123, 132n, 134-45, 150, 152, 156, 158-64, 176-8, 189-200, 239-40, 263-4, 280-1

investment in American lands, 126-7, 277

U.S. as asylum for exiles, 129, 131, 276-8, 280

compared to Nineveh, 141

Monroe reports on revolution in, 147

admired by Cosway, 543

Geneva, Academy of

D'Ivernois's plan for relocation, xxxviii, 123-31, 132-3n, 150-4, 156-8, 164-6, 170-5, 190-96, 207-9, 217, 218n, 239-40, 258, 261-4, 268-9, 274, 275, 310-15, 363, 505

D'Ivernois educated at, 132n

and Genevan Revolution, 134, 140, 276-8

Swiss scholars praise, 157

as a "New Geneva" in America, 171

Genoa

and War of First Coalition, 23

climate of, praised by A. Church, 210

TJ expresses wish to revisit, 455

geology

TJ's influence on study of, 193-4, 240

state of knowledge of American, 505.

See also natural history

Geoponicorum sive de re rustica libri XX

ordered by TJ, 358

George III, King of Great Britain, 533, 555-6

Georgia

congressional election in, 203

Gerard, M., 161

Gérard, Conrad Alexandre, 26

Gerna, Anthony

letter from, 441-2

sends books to TJ, 441

Gerry, Elbridge, 221

Gervaise, François Armand

Vie de Pierre Abelard, 358

Ghequiere, Charles

assists Ebeling, 424, 429, 509, 510n

Giannini, Antonio

and Mazzei's finances, 370, 457

Giles, William

death, 330

Giles, William Branch

letters to, 205, 218-19, 336-7, 565-7

letters from, 214-15, 240-1, 329-30, 407, 515-16, 545-8, 555-7, 558-9

and Randolph's Vindication, xxxix, 541n, 564-5n

and Republican effort to censure Hamilton, 79, 83n

and financial transactions, 205-6, 214-5, 240-1

and naturalization bill, 245n

visit to Monticello, 330, 446, 515

and Monroe's business affairs, 360

reports crop prices, 407

and E. Trist, 478

sends petition, 515-16

TJ sends information to, 540

and politics of Jay Treaty, 545-8, 555-7, 558-9, 577

and case of Randall and Whitney, 578n

Gillon, Alexander, 85n, 203

Gilmer, Francis Walker, 403n

Gilmer, George

declining health of, 249, 401, 438

daughter to marry Wirt, 362, 401

death, 542

Gilmer, Lucy Walker (Mrs. George Gilmer), 580

Gilmer, Mildred. See Wirt, Mildred Gilmer (Mrs. William Wirt)

Girard, Stephen, 33n

Girondins (Brissotines)

execution of, 28

and revolution in Geneva, 135, 138

TJ's acquaintance with leaders of, 340

mentioned, 522n

Glanville, Ranulf de

writings of included in Houard's Trait's, 186-7

glass

TJ orders, 259, 284, 436, 437, 467, 469

goats

at Shadwell, 243

Godoy Alvarez de Faria, Manuel, Duque de la Alcudia, 490-1, 497n

Godwin, William, 403n

gongs

borrowed from Franklin for use at Monticello, 168-9, 377, 561

Chinese, ordered for Monticello, 168-9, 183, 249, 304, 552

Goochland Co., Va.

Monroe has news from, 401

plans address on Jay Treaty, 435

Goodhue, Benjamin, 221

gout

TJ's diagnosis of, 593

Goutte d'or (vineyard), 361

Gouverneur, Mr., 183

Grand, Ferdinand

death, 317, 318, 453

TJ inquires about, 361

and Gautier, 448.

See also Grand & Cie.

Grand, Jean François Paul

and changes in Grand & Cie., 317, 319n, 453

Grand, Marie Silvestre (Mme Ferdinand Grand)

death, 317, 318, 453

TJ inquires of, 361

Grand & Cie.

letters from, 317-18, 318-19, 461-2

account with U.S., 317-18, 453, 461-2, 485-6, 523-5, 541

consolidated with Gautier & Cie., 318-19

account with Va., 453

grapes

TJ enjoys, 455

graphite

TJ orders, 270

Grasse, François Joseph Paul, comte de Grasse and marquis de Grasse-Tilly, 498, 613

grasses

and J. Taylor's crop-rotation plan, 94-5

guinea, in botanical garden in France, 95

sowing of, 95, 233

and J. Taylor's views on restoration of land, 297

timothy, and J. Taylor's views on restoration of land, 298

white bent, J. Taylor experiments with, 301

in Strickland's notes, 372n

Washington grows, 499

Great Britain

Agriculture

procures rutabaga from Sweden, 383

general report of Board of Agriculture, 409

wheat harvest, 521

threats of famine in, 563.

See also

Sinclair, Sir John Strickland, William

Army

expeditionary force for Brittany, 25, 25n

departs from America, 625n

Economy

use of banks by Genevans, 154

insurance rates, 258

War of First Coalition as waste of resources, 366-7

American merchants and British capital, 508

public debt policies as model for U.S., 601

offers bounty on foreign flour, wheat, 606-7

Foreign Relations

with France, 20, 423n, 500-1

and Algerine truce, 25, 102

and law of nations, 46n

with Spain, 70, 511

subsidizes European allies, 102, 203, 426

forms conventions against France, 411-12

orders pertaining to neutral shipping, 411-12

rumored collusion in 13 Vend�miaire revolt, 532.

See also Grenville, William Wyndham, Lord

Laws

conformity of N.C., Va. with, 61

U.S. tax laws based on, 72

Parliament

corruption of House of Commons, 101-2

unconstitutional acts of, 101-2

passes restrictions on French property, 500-1

jurisdiction of House of Commons, 576-7

Politics and Government

and British people, 75

possibility of revolution in, 102

and absolutism, 359

influence of constitution on U.S., 506-7

sedition bills, 606

TJ's opinion of, 618-19

Public Opinion

British perceptions of U.S., 20

zeal for war against France, 63

D�Ivernois on, 172, 173-4

hostility to U.S., 324-5

untruthfulness of newspapers, 452, 521

Society

Lear comments on British aristocracy, 20

A. Church's views on, 210

universities bond Irish youth to Britain, 312

improvements in mathematics, philosophy, 470

M. Cosway criticizes, 543

U.S. Relations with

and West Indies, 24, 32-3, 35, 49, 63, 563

and northwest posts, 25, 84-5, 87, 265, 310

American fears and rumors of war, 36, 49

Congress considers coercive measures, 38, 41, 44-5, 51

interference with U.S. shipping, 39, 41-2, 360, 422-3

and orders in council, 39, 47, 391, 392n, 395-6, 555, 566

prospect of special U.S. envoy, 39, 46, 55

and U.S. spoliation claims, 51-2, 62

and western Indians, 84-5n

and Ky., 119n

rumored movement on Detroit, 205, 216

privateers, 363

interception of Monroe's mail, 528

in President's address, 548n.

See also

embargo Jay, John Jay Treaty nonimportation (nonintercourse) bill

War of First Coalition

effect on European states, 23-4, 90-1, 203

and Toulon, 23, 25, 33, 37, 39-40, 63

Americans on future course of, 37, 395

in West Indies, 63, 555, 563, 606

lack of success in, 90, 395

and bankers, 91

and Corsica, 96

French success against, 215, 337

considers withdrawing troops from Europe, 244-5

French plans for campaign against, 245, 250

causes, 366-7, 411

prospects for peace, 395, 533

internal unrest sparked by war, 421, 426

and royalist French army, 426-7

Greek language

treatise on middle voice in, 181

taught at Fredericksburg Academy, 402

Greenbrier river, 372n

Greenleaf, Thomas

edits Greenleaf's New York Journal, 509, 557, 558n

Greenleaf's New York Journal, & Patriotic Register

politics of, 509

TJ subscribes to, 557, 558n

Grenville, William Wyndham, Lord

and British retention of northwest posts, 25

negotiations with Jay, 204n, 207, 568-9

and relations with France, U.S., 411-12

Griffin, John Tayloe

debt to Currie, 8-9n

debt to Short, 219-20, 241, 355, 491-2, 513

groceries

shipment of, 98, 226, 625

purchased by TJ, 155, 179, 248, 335-6, 431-2

as potential source of income, 341

Gronovius, Joannes Fredericus

publications of ordered by TJ, 358

Grotius, Hugo, 58

Gunn, James, 203

gunpowder

insufficient supply of, 40

Gwatkin, Charles, 110

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