Volume 28 Index

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P

Paca, William, 86

Page, John

and J. Carey's publication of letters, 324

and TJ's collection of Va. laws, 586

Page, Mann

letter to, 440-1

letter from, 404-5

and Ogilvie, 403-4n, 440-1

and Fredericksburg Academy, 404-5

letter from cited, 405n

Page, Mann, Jr., 534-5

Page, Matthew, 586

Page, William, 617, 625

Paine, Elijah, 203

Paine, Thomas

on landed estates as luxury, 73

Letter to George Washington, 577-8

palmae christi

in inventory of seeds at Monticello, 257

Panama

Ulloa's manuscript on, 382, 545, 622

TJ's interest in Isthmus of, 622

Paradis de Raymondis, Jean Zacharie

Traite elementaire de morale et du Bonheur, 187

Parent, M., 361

Paris

threatened by Frederick William II, 90

Ceracchi prefers as work site, 303

anti-Convention mobs in, 393, 398n

and 13 Vend,miaire conflict, 531-2, 533-4n, 544-5

Charles's balloon ascent, 595, 596n

Parker, Richard, 231

Parkinson, Mr. (James Parkinson's son), 470

Parkinson, James

and Leverian museum, 364, 469-70

Parma, Prince of. See Louis of Parma

parsnips

in inventory of seeds at Monticello, 257

pastures

J. Taylor's views on, 94, 296

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 233

patents

procedures for obtaining, 106

sought by Richard Morris, 106-7

for mills, 374-5, 389

Paterson, Mr., 12

Paterson, William, 86

Patrick (Randolph slave)

hired by TJ, 224n, 251, 260, 580, 592

TJ criticizes, 572

Patrick (Wood slave)

TJ hires, 580

Patten, John, 203

Patterson, James. See Parkinson, James

Patterson, Robert, 594, 596n

Paulus Diaconus

writings of ordered by TJ, 358

Payne, Mr., 572

Payne's ordinary

T. M. Randolphs at, 182

Derieux at, 370

Pays de Vaud, Switzerland

dominated by Bern, 57, 71, 72n

accepts refugees from Genevan Revolution, 143, 163n

and Genevan exiles, 191

Peace Treaty, Definitive (1783)

and northwest posts, 25, 51

British infractions of, 28n

and Ware, Administrator of Jones v. Hylton, 614n

peaches

trees, used as boundary for fields, 231, 301

at Monticello, 438

TJ enjoys, 451, 455

Peale, Charles Willson, 273n, 518n

pearl ash

TJ's notes on, 271-2

plans for production of, 302

peas

grown in New York, 37

and TJ's crop-rotation plan, 68, 75, 232-3, 354, 362, 464-5

and J. Taylor's views, 95, 294-5

sowing of, 112, 233-4, 327, 328

in inventory of seeds at Monticello, 256-7

vines of, in Strickland's notes, 372n

Washington reports on growing of, 499-500

Albany, obtained by TJ from N.Y., 557, 625

as crop at Edgehill, 617

Peggy (ship), 175, 175n

Pendleton, Edmund

and P. Carr's inheritance, 226

TJ sends respects to, 234, 384

as Pollard's brother-in-law, 274n

on Va. Court of Appeals, 291n

Pennsylvania

Cooper, Priestley plan to settle in, 24

plans for agricultural society in, 36

democratic society of, 73-4

authority over Presque Isle, 85, 86n, 87

mobilizes militia, 85, 87

D'Ivernois addresses on Genevan Revolution, 123

and Genevan refugees, 150

elections in, 202-3, 221-2, 245, 511

political role of Germans in, 245

studied by Ebeling, 424

poor wheat crop in, 606.

See also Bank of Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania, Governor of. See Mifflin, Thomas

Perrow, Daniel P., 108

Persae (Aeschylus)

TJ owns, 358

Person, Thomas, 63-4

Pestre, Etienne, 195, 199-200

Peter (Monroe's slave)

cultivates fruit trees, 35, 45, 56

Peter (Randolph slave)

hired by TJ, 224n, 251, 260, 580, 592

"Peter Porcupine"

pseudonym used by Cobbett, 579n

Peters, Richard

letter from, 36

characterizes TJ, 36

views on agriculture, 36, 259

and case of Randall and Whitney, 576

Petersburg, Va.

sale of wheat at, 9n

Petis de la Croix, François

Histoire du Grand Genghizcan, 358

translates Sharaf Ad-Din 'Ali, 358

Petit, Adrien

TJ asks about, 468

letter from cited, 562n

letters to cited, 562n

mentioned, 562

Petit, Hugh, 243-4, 625

Petry, Jean Baptiste, 27

Peyton, Craven

as merchant, 466-7

letter to cited, 467n

and shipments for TJ, 591

phaeton

pair of mules for, 48

TJ pays taxes on, 168

Philadelphia

yellow fever in, 14, 48-9n, 284, 454

French consul at, 27

public meetings on Madison's resolutions, 32-3

as market for wheat, 35, 388, 521

as mercantile center, 76, 84, 93, 186, 466-7

prices of goods at, 112, 203, 204, 220, 305

supplies TJ's groceries, 179, 335

weather in, 220, 563

insurance rates in, 258

and trade with Va., 268

encouragement of fine arts in, 273-4n

potential of property for rental income, 353

as market for tobacco, 367, 552

prices of stocks at, 385, 386

as source for iron and nailrod, 388

and Jay Treaty, 432-3, 449, 476n

glass for Monticello from, 436, 469

as market for flour, 555, 563, 607, 617

barometric measurements in, 594-5

prices of nails at, 617

Philadelphia Gazette

covers debates in House of Representatives, 22n, 601-2

TJ subscribes to, 592

mentioned, 561n.

See also Brown, Andrew

Philadelphia General Advertiser, 7-8n, 15

Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, 36

Philippine islands

visited by Malaspina, 383n

Philosophical Transactions (Royal Society of London), 594, 596n

Pichegru, Jean Charles, 337, 531, 533

Pickens, Andrew, 44-5n

Pickering, Timothy

letter to, 104-5

letter from, 101

and Charlottesville postmastership, 101, 104-5

letter from cited, 105n

appointed Secretary of War, 245, 258-9n

and Monroe's recall, 397-8n

appointed Secretary of State, 450n, 545n

forwards letter, 510

refuses to give letter to E. Randolph, 511

and submission of Jay Treaty to House of Representatives, 577

Pictet, Marc Auguste

letter to, 505

letter from, 239-40

identified, 240n

and Academy of Geneva, 124, 133n, 190, 192-4, 268, 276

writes TJ, 314

and Adet, 458, 503, 504, 505

Pictet de Rochemont, Charles

and Genevan academy, 190, 192, 268, 276

Tableau de la Situation Actuelle des États-Unis d'Amérique, 280-1

addresses TJ, 313-14

Pictet-Turrettini. See Pictet, Marc Auguste

Pilpay. See Specimen  sapientiæ indorum veterum (or Bidpai)

Pinckney, Charles, 450

Pinckney, Thomas

letters to, 4-5, 292-3, 457-8

letters from, 11-12, 97

informed of TJ's resignation from Cabinet, 4-5

reports from London on northwest posts, 25

arrival of dispatches from, 27

relations with British government, 39, 55, 411-12, 490

conveys rumor to Short, 83, 253

and Lafayette family, 97

issues receipt, 103

as special envoy to Spain, 119n, 122, 254-5, 445-6, 488-90, 493, 497n, 546

and letter of introduction, 267

and Academy of Geneva, 275

and Vall-Travers, 364

on canal companies, 491

concludes negotiation in Spain, 496-7, 528, 624n

letters to, forwarded by Coxe, 516

and Louis of Parma, 517

mentioned, 495

Pinckney Treaty

U.S. awaits copy of, 601, 606, 613

and navigation of Mississippi river, 606

Madison's views on, 623-4

described, 624n

Pitt, William

burned in effigy, 45n

Parliament supports policies of, 63

and War of First Coalition, 91, 102

and English politics, 316

as model for Federalists, 359, 559

Plan of an Agreement among the Powers in Europe and the United States of America (Sir John Sinclair)

sent to TJ, 409

Pleasants, Robert, 214

Pleasants, Robert, Jr., 290n

Pleasants, Samuel, Jr., 509

Pleasants, Thomas, 290n

Pleasants, Thomas, Jr. (of Four Mile creek)

and brickmaking at Monticello, 98, 252

letter to summarized, 98

letters from cited, 98n

letters to cited, 98n

and TJ's order of fish, 418, 604

death, 603-4

Pleasants & Son (printers)

letters to cited, 561n

plow, moldboard

described by TJ, 233-4

for J. Taylor, 301, 326

TJ gives Strickland model of, 372n

Plowden, Edmund

Commentaries, 351

plows

built by E. Alexander, 342

Plumard, M.

legacy to Derieux, 59, 370, 448

Plumard de Bellanger, Mme

letter to, 58-60

letter from cited, 60n

letters to cited, 60n, 450n

and Derieux's entreaties, 370-1, 391, 448, 450

Plumstead & McCaul

paid for gongs, 552

letters from cited, 552n

letters to cited, 552n

Plunkett, Baron Thomas de, 463

Poindexter, James, 109, 110

Poland

internal unrest in, and War of First Coalition, 23-4, 102, 310

National College of Education, 124

resists Prussia and Russia, 147, 172

studied by Germans, 426

Political Observations (James Madison)

sent to TJ, 387-8

Political Progress of Britain (James T. Callender), 102-3n

Pollard, Robert

letters to, 431, 438, 624-5

letters from, 274, 342, 389-90, 418, 434

identified, 274n

and Short's business affairs, 274, 280, 283, 342, 390, 624

letters from cited, 274n, 378n

letters to cited, 274n, 378n, 418n, 480n

and financial transactions, 306, 328, 378, 389-90, 421, 431, 434, 436, 437, 438, 467n, 479

and Richmond nail prices, 384

Pope, Joseph

obtains patent for improvement in windmills, 389

letters from cited, 389n

Poplar Forest (TJ's estate)

inventory of livestock at, 65-6

TJ plans trip to, 113, 114, 331, 337, 339, 349, 553

in marriage settlement of Martha Jefferson Randolph, 283

and tobacco crop, 367, 438, 552

TJ relies on income from, 405

TJ intends to plant succory at, 464

TJ secures patent for lands at, adjoining, 537-9, 553-4, 608

poplars

TJ enjoys, 451

Portsmouth, N.H.

protests against Jay Treaty, 432-3, 476n

Portugal

and British diplomacy, truce with Algiers, 25, 27, 28n, 102

postal service

interrupted by smallpox in Richmond, 44, 45, 51, 58

postmasterships, 101, 104-5

between Philadelphia and Va., 216, 217, 220

at Richmond, 246, 479, 579

cost of sending packets by, 322, 324, 544

TJ pays postal charges, 593

potash

TJ's notes on, 271-2

possible production of, by TJ, 302, 341

potatoes

TJ and cultivation of, 11, 55, 67, 234

in rotation of crops, 68, 75, 232-3, 354, 362

sweet, 184

and restoration of land, 294-9

for feeding animals, 363

introduced to Ireland, 372

Washington reports on growing of, 500

Potomac Canal Company

Washington's interest in, 275, 306-8

Short considers investment in, 445, 491, 620

TJ inquires about, 620

Potomac river, 308

Potts, Richard, 203

Pouncey's tract (TJ property), 615-16, 623

Precedents in Chancery

TJ sells to A. Stuart, 351

Précis du droit des gens moderne de l'Europe (George Friedrich von Martens)

ordered by TJ, 358

Précis historique de la Révolution Françoise (Jean Paul Rabaut Saint Étienne)

ordered by TJ, 358

pregnancy, 201n

Present State of Virginia (Hugh Jones), 424

Presque Isle, Pa.

conflicting claims to, 85-6, 87

press, freedom of

threatened by attacks on democratic societies, 228, 359

and Va. Constitution, 238

Prestwould (Mecklenburg Co., Va.), 550n

Prevost, Pierre

and Academy of Geneva, 124, 190, 269, 276

Prevost-Cabanis, Jacob François, 141

Price, Joseph

Short's tenant, 354, 356n, 444

Price, Richard

on jury of inquest, 471-3

Price, William (register of Va. land office), 537

Priestley, Joseph

plans to emigrate to U.S., 24, 67, 92

says revolution inevitable in Britain, 102

TJ's admiration for, 279

Prince of Wales (ship)

Bivins captain of, 98n

Prince of Wales case

J. Marshall's opinion on, 114-15

and Wayles estate, 289n

Prometheus Vinctus (Aeschylus)

TJ owns, 358

Protestantism

and Academy of Geneva, 126

Prussia

and War of First Coalition, 23, 310

Diet of, 90

interferes in French internal politics, 90

and Poland, 147, 172

peace with France, 245, 395

convention with Great Britain, 411, 412n

freedom of press in, 426.

See also Frederick William II, King of Prussia

public debt

in Europe, and impact on government, 102.

See also United States: Public Finance

pumpkins

in inventory of seeds at Monticello, 257

Purport of a Letter on Sheep. Written in Maryland, March the 30th, 1789 (John Beale Bordley)

TJ seeks copy of, 259-60, 315-16

Purvis (Pervis), John

Complete Collection of all the Laws of Virginia now in force, 584, 586

Putnam, Rufus, 30, 31n

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