Volume 29 Index

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

B

Bache, Benjamin Franklin

prints speeches, papers, 51, 215n, 435n

publishes debates on Jay Treaty, 62-3

as publisher of Aurora, 76, 79, 309, 442

publishes Washington's questions to Cabinet on neutrality 127, 129n, 141-2

as Cobbett's adversary, 140n

advertises "Jonathan Pindar"odes, 192

forwards items from Saint-Domingue, 348, 387

and financial transactions, 401, 544

publishes country edition of Aurora, 416, 434

and Callender, 537n

publishes Monroe's View, 544-5n, 562-3, 576, 586

and TJ's correspondence with P. Fitzhugh, 561

on situation in France, 576

prints TJ's extract of letter, 583-4

prints TJ's letter to J. Henry, 603n

See also Aurora (Philadelphia)

country edition of the Aurora, 416, 434

bacon

in diet during harvest, 414

Bagwell (TJ's slave)

TJ mortgages, 98

Bahama islands, W.I.

within range of U.S. coastal gunboats, 377

Bailey, Theodorus

buys land from Madison, 591, 592n

Baldwin, Abraham

at Constitutional Convention, 57n

as member of House committee, 218

resides at Francis's hotel, 469n

investigates charges against Blount, 473n

Ballantine, Hugh, 150-1

Baltimore, Md.

response to Jay Treaty, 70

transportation at, 308-9

price of wheat and tobacco at, 309, 322

Banister, John, 102

Banister, John, Jr.

TJ's account with, 45n

debt owed TJ by estate of, 102

Bank of England

ceases specie payments, 340-1, 344n, 370-1, 373, 379, 427 431, 433, 438, 459

Bank of the United States

role in U.S. public finance, 124, 125n

Cathalan invests in, 368

influence of war on, 427

and TJ's transactions, 482n, 545

bankruptcies

in Philadelphia, 261

banks

favor Jay Treaty, 73, 94

Adams's views on, 214-15

public opinion of, 228

blamed for economic distress, 255

and financial speculation, 329

and British influence in U.S., 363

and paper money, metals, 401, 594

Banks, Henry

letter to, 213

mortgages Greenbrier lands to TJ, 213, 219-20

letters from cited, 213n

letter to cited, 213n

purchases Elk Hill, 274

Barbary States

relations with U.S., 376, 377n

Barclay, George, & Co.

and Mazzei's finances, 81, 90

Barclay, Robert

order in favor of, 107, 108n

Barclay, Thomas

and TJ's French accounts, 14-15, 18

makes purchases for Va., 37-8n

barley

used for feed in Spain, 28

for breweries, 104-5

varieties compared, 104-5

Short sends variety from France, 332-3, 464, 597-8

Barnes, John

letters to, 50, 107-8, 125, 167-8, 183, 186, 206-7, 212 219, 277-8, 324-5, 481-2, 484-5, 523, 531, 534, 544-5

letters from, 484, 509, 530-1, 542-3, 561-2

letters to cited, 50n, 278n, 325n, 482n

handles TJ's financial transactions, 125, 186, 219, 231 324-5, 455, 481-2, 484-5, 509, 523, 530-1, 534, 542, 577 598-9

letters from cited, 125n, 278n, 482n, 485n, 544n

fills orders for TJ, 184, 187, 212-13, 324

draft on cited, 187n

powers of attorney, 219, 277-8, 465n, 544-5, 561

and Short's affairs, 219, 277-8, 318n, 464, 481, 523, 530 544-5, 597

and TJ's tobacco, 316, 413, 426-7

and mammoth tooth, 360, 481, 484

promissory note to, 482n

and A. Hamilton, 534, 542-3

and payments to Callender, 537n, 544, 561

and funds for Monroe, 544-5, 576, 595

pays for newspapers, pamphlets, 544

Barney, Capt. Joshua

commands French squadron, 347

and possible appointment to W.I., 586, 587n

Barras, Paul François Jean Nicolas, Vicomte de, 371n

Barraud, Philip, 488-9

Barrett (b. 1795, TJ's slave)

in marriage settlement of Mary Jefferson, 550

Barthélemy, François, 485

Barton, Benjamin Smith

letters to, 192, 367-8

letters from, 165-6, 182-3, 200-2

reads TJ's letter to APS, 139n

debt to TJ, 165-6, 182, 192, 201

essay on snakes, 165, 166n, 182, 192

and natural history, 165-6

to send pamphlets, 192, 201

describes Ohio artifacts, 201, 202n

studies American Indians, languages, 201-2, 367-8, 445-7

dedicates book to TJ, 367-8, 445-7

ideas of progress, civilization, 446-7

Barton, William

secretary of APS, 254, 276-7

Bartram, John, 391n

Bartram, John, Jr., 391n

Bartram, William

and French apricots, 5

converses with Strickland, 117

collection of botanical specimens, 136, 390, 391n

and oil shrub, 319

Bartram's Garden (Philadelphia), 390, 391n

Batavian Republic

Adams assesses, 59

and British restrictions on Dutch firms, 89, 90

political turmoil in, 215

appointment of U.S. minister to Amsterdam, 327, 486-7

U.S. representation in, 327

British policy toward, 342

relations with U.S and France, 372, 374n

naval strength, 376

potential investment in U.S. funds, 464

British defeat Dutch fleet, 585-6

Bates, Thomas, 477

Bauman, Sebastian

letter from, 403-4

identified, 403-4n

dispute over militia rank, 403-4

Bayard, James A., 473n

Beall, Mr., 559

Beaujolais, Louis Charles d'Orléans, Comte de

travels in U.S., 312-13, 369

Beckley, John

defeated as clerk of House of Representatives, 372, 374n

and Callender, 479n, 537n

and charges against A. Hamilton, 558, 560n

and TJ's letter to J. Henry, 604

bedding

TJ supplies Derieux with, 141

Bedford. See Poplar Forest (TJ's estate)

Bedford Co., Va.

TJ's transactions in, 93, 202-4, 307

search for P. Jefferson's land records at, 185

and marriage settlements of TJ's daughters, 424, 532

Bedinger, Daniel

and E. Rutledge's shipment to TJ, 357, 386, 387n

Bee, Thomas

letters from, 367, 487

thanks TJ for gifts to Agricultural Society, 367, 487

letter to cited, 487n

beef

in payment of protested bill, 65n

beefsteak with ketchup, 221

price of, in France, 341

Federal District as potential market for, 529

TJ takes portion of from Davenport, 587

beer

morality improved by use of brewed rather than distilled liquor, 104-5

bottled for TJ, 360

Begouën, Desmeaux & Cie.

in TJ's French accounts, 16, 31, 39

Belgium

and War of First Coalition, 71

brought under French control, 161-2, 165n

Bell, Thomas

letter to, 370-1

letter from, 427

and Cobbs suit, 63

and TJ's slave mortgages, 97n

and Derieux's affairs, 141

attests to documents, 219n, 331n, 545n

TJ sends political and financial news to, 371, 401

letters from cited, 371n

letters to cited, 371n

dines at Monticello, 427

urges TJ to keep out of war with France, 427

and Madison's order for nails, 591

Belle Grove (Frederick Co., Va.)

Hite's residence at, 137n

Ben (Shawnee Indian)

murder of, 441

Bentley, William, 476-7

Benton (Benson), Lemuel, 411, 413n

Berkenhead (Berkheanhead), John L.

publishes Adams portrait, xl

Berlin

U.S. diplomats in, 23n

Bermuda

British prize court, 162

and French shipping violation, 611-12

Bermuda Hundred (Eppes estate, Chesterfield Co., Va.)

in marriage settlement of J. W. Eppes, 532-3, 547-8, 549 550

Bermuda Hundred (Randolph estate)

vetch grows at, 319

Bern, Switzerland

and private claims on funds in U.S., 207-9

Tronchin's residence, 207

Bernoux. See Galvan de Bernoux, Francis

Bess (TJ's slave)

TJ mortgages, 98

Bet (Island Betty, TJ's slave)

TJ mortgages, 98

Betsey (TJ's slave)

in marriage settlement of Mary Jefferson, 550

Betty (TJ's slave)

TJ mortgages, 98

Beverley, Robert (d. 1800), 279

Beverley, William (ca. 1698-1756), 279

Bible

Volney quotes Old Testament, 175

"big buffalo." See mammoth

Bingham, William

chosen president pro tempore of Senate, 283n

hosts Federalist Party caucuses, 283n

administers oath of office to TJ, 311n

opposes arming of merchant vessels, 421, 423n

birds

unusual bird described, 156

hawks, 192

bluebirds at Monticello, 260

Bivins, James

R. Randolph bond to, 97n, 268

blacks

education of, 120, 177-8, 287-8

in Notes on Virginia, 176-7n

Rush associates blackness with leprosy, 284

rights of, in Va., 489n

TJ on future prospects of, 519

and legislative representation, 538

Blacons, Henri François Lucrecius d'Armand de Forest, Marquis de, 468-9

Blair, Archibald, 194

Blair, John (1732-1800)

and Mazzei's finances, 81

given power of attorney for Mazzei, 83n

and grand jury presentment, 418n, 445, 498-9n

Blake, James, 360

Bleakley, John

secretary of APS, 254, 276-7

Bloodworth, Samuel

and TJ's official notification of election, 305, 306, 307-8

Bloodworth, Timothy

in Senate, 305, 306, 583n, 592n

and TJ's official notification of election, 307-8

Blount, Thomas

and Jay Treaty, 54n

and TJ's letter to J. Henry, 604

Blount, William

letter to, 34

TJ recommends R. H., J. Rose to, 34

letter from cited, 34n

letter to cited, 34n

conveys letters for APS, 398, 403

expelled by Senate, 472-3n

and plans to invade Spanish territory, 472-4, 535

Senate resolution on, 472-4

correspondence with TJ and Senate quoted, 473n

impeachment of, 473n, 516-17, 589, 591

Blue Ridge Mountains

vetch observed in, 103

and ice caves, 116-17, 119n

Bohlen, Bohl, 119

Bolling, John, 579

Bolling, Mary Jefferson (Mrs. John Bolling, TJ's sister)

regards sent to, 156

relationship with husband, 579

Bonaparte, Napoleon

Italian campaign, 117, 135-6, 146, 148, 161, 169, 222, 265 273, 305, 341, 422, 423n, 431, 433, 434n, 436, 438, 456 459

and Lafayette, 126n

and La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, 149n

and artworks of subjugated territories, 161, 164-5n

estate at Rambouillet, 333n

forces Emperor Francis to terms, 367n

influence on U.S. negotiations with France, 443

P. Fitzhugh's assessment of, 559

Bond, Phineas, 228n

Bone to Gnaw, for the Democrats; Containing . . . Observations on a Patriotic Pamphlet (William Cobbett), 140n

Booker, William

letter to, 187-8

letters from, 188-9, 207

identified, 188n

threshing machines of, 187-8, 189n, 207, 231, 545, 553

Boon (ship), 257

Bordeaux, France

Monroe embarks from, 332, 340

accusations against consul at, 563n, 565

Boston

response to Jay Treaty, 70, 95-6

Volney expects to visit, 174, 225, 237

Volney seeks meteorological information from, 238

Bowyer, John

letter to, 44

business dealings with TJ, 44

letter from cited, 44n

letters to cited, 44n

Bowyer's (inn, western Va.), 150

Boyce, Joseph

cares for TJ's shipment, 424

draft on, 598

G. Jefferson's assessment of, 599

Boydell, Josiah

engraver, xli

Brackenridge, Hugh Henry

Incidents of the Insurrection, 248-50

Bradford, Thomas

TJ praises newspaper of, 416, 434

Bradford, William

letter to, 568

identified, 568n

as Senate president pro tempore, 432n, 568, 575-6

presides over Blount proceedings, 473n

Bradford, William (Philadelphia printer)

publishes Logan's speech, 603-4n

breadfruit

TJ receives, distributes seeds of, 347-8, 387-8, 487, 513

Breckinridge, John

letter to, 131

introduced to Volney, 131

Brend, Thomas

binds TJ's collection of Va. laws, 158, 283, 569

Brent, Daniel Carroll

as candidate for elector in 1796, 193-5, 197n

Brent, Richard, 62n

bricklayers. See Monticello: brickmasons, stonemasons

bricks

and renovation of Monticello, 63

Bridge Company (Georgetown)

and proposed road, 529

Bringhurst, John

corresponds with TJ, 9, 56n, 88

provides information on Sharpless, 55

letters from cited, 62, 491n

TJ purchases paint from, 324

visits TJ, 488, 516

carries letter, 489, 506

letters to cited, 491n

Brooke, Humphrey, 263n

Brooke, Mary Ritchie (Mrs. Robert Brooke), 147

Brooke, Robert

letter to, 37-8

and TJ's French accounts, 17, 32, 37-8, 40

death of wife, 147

and Va. boundaries, 172, 263n, 271-2, 278-9

Burr visits, 198n

Brown, Andrew

publishes documents on Jay Treaty, 9-10

prints Madison's address, 70-1

and Callender, 537n

See also Philadelphia Gazette

Brown, Betty (TJ's slave)

daughter of, in marriage settlement of Mary Jefferson, 550

Brown, Catherine Percy, 322n

Brown, James

letters to, 50-1, 112

TJ's account with, 26, 27n, 112, 203

and TJ's wine order, 36, 322

asked to deliver letter for TJ, 50-1, 112

letter to cited, 112n

Snelson's order on, 204

forwards Volney's valise, 225

drafts on, 358

Brown, James (1766-1835), 321-2n

Brown, John (clerk of General Court of Va.)

and publication of Va. laws, 158-9

Brown, John (Ky.)

letter to, 345-6

in U.S. Senate, 321n

TJ offers architectural advice, 345-6

"Liberty Hall" residence, 346n

stays at Francis's hotel, 469n

Brown, Margaret Preston, 321n

Brown, Nathaniel William, 257

Brown, Samuel

letter from, 321-2

identified, 321-2n

describes ice caves, 321

Bruce, James, 513

Bruni. See Salimberi, Madame de

Brutus

characterized by historians, 249n

"Brutus" (pseudonym)

criticizes TJ's letter to Mazzei, 79

Bryan, Nathan, 95n

Bryden, James (Baltimore tavern keeper), 323

Buchanan, Dunlop & Co.

delivers TJ's letter, 102

Buchanan, James

and TJ's prison designs, 336n

Buck, John H.

builds threshing machine for TJ, 187-9, 207

Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, Comte de

TJ criticizes, 113-14

TJ cites works of, 292, 293, 295, 296, 297-8

theories of, 295, 297-8, 409-10n, 452, 601

TJ uses Logan speech to refute, 601

Bugniet, Pierre Gabriel, 335, 336n

Bulkeley, John, & Son

as TJ's wine supplier in Lisbon, 36

Bullock, Stephen, 413n

Bullock, William

TJ cites Virginia, 294-5

Burges, Dempsey, 411

Burr, Aaron

letter to, 437-40

letters from, 72, 447-8

introduces Guillemard to TJ, 72

and election of 1796, 169, 193, 195-6, 198-9, 439

visits Monticello, 195-6, 198-9

tried for treason, 218n

and units of measure sent from France, 229

defended by Wirt, 359n

discusses Jay Treaty, U.S.-British relations, 437-9, 447-8

and L. Martin, 454n

and Monroe-Hamilton conflict, 479n, 578-9, 593, 595n

Burwell, William A.

as TJ's private secretary, 193

Butler, Pierce, 69, 93

butter

shipment of, 260-1

Byrd, Otway, 387n

Byrd's warehouse

and Cobbs suit, 63

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