Volume 29 Index

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Dactylis gromerata (meadow cocksfoot or orchard grass)

sent to TJ by Strickland, 104

Daily Advertiser (Philadelphia)

TJ praises, 416, 434

Dallas, Alexander J.

as Blount's attorney, 473n

assists and befriends Callender, 536, 537n

Dana, Francis

appointed envoy to France, 411, 414, 420n, 427

declines appointment, 450, 451

Daniel (TJ's slave)

TJ mortgages, 98

Danville, Ky.

district court at, 204

Darien. See Panama

Dartmouth College case, 359n

Daubenton, Louis Jean Marie

data on lions, 292-3, 302n

Davenport, William

asks TJ to pay F. Walker, 587

Davis (Davies), John

recollection associated with megalonyx, 152-3, 171-2, 295-6

Dawson, John

Burr visits, 198n

and Blount investigation, 473n, 516-17

and Monroe-Hamilton conflict, 479n, 565-6, 578-9, 593, 595n

letters from cited, 488n

and Monroe, 488, 595n

letters to Madison quoted, 517n

Dayton, Jonathan

and Jay Treaty, 47-8

and business in House of Representatives, 282

on U.S. relations with France, 373-4n, 411

and House reply to president's address, 411

Deakins, Francis

and election of 1796, 197n

recounts attack on Logan's kin, 444, 555-6

Deane, Silas

on U.S. and Europe, 364, 365n

Dearborn, Henry, 94-5

Deas, William A.

forwards letters, 27

and Jay Treaty, 47

publication of, 46, 49n

sent to TJ, 60-1, 72-3, 109-10

Declaration of Independence

TJ's authorship of mentioned, 79

and election of 1796 in Va., 194-5

See also Independence Day

Decline and Fall of the English System of Finance (Thomas Paine)

increasing popularity of, 340-1, 344n

deer

sizes of American, Old World varieties, 298, 304n

Defence of the Constitutions of Government of the United States of America (John Adams)

cited in election of 1796 in Va., 194

Paine criticizes, 342, 345n

Delacroix de Constant, Charles

correspondence with Monroe, 108-10, 231n

Paine seeks to influence, 344

De la foiblesse d'un gouvernement qui commence, Et de la nécessité où il est de se rallier à la majorité nationale (Adrien Lezay-Marnézia), 123

De la force du gouvernement actuel de la France et de la nécessité de s'y rallier (Benjamin Constant), 123

De la Littérature des Nègres (Henri Grégoire)

and TJ's racial views, 176-7n

Delamotte, F. C. A.

letter from, 485-6

as vice consul at Le Havre, 366

reports on situation in France, 485-6

Delaware (Lenni Lenape) Indians

and Dunmore's War, 452

Delaware

at Constitutional Convention, 68

and Jay Treaty, 73

Delaware River

as political divide, 235, 236

blocked by ice, 238, 595n

Demanet, Abbé

TJ cites Nouvelle Histoire, 292

democratic societies

and British sedition act, 35-6

denunciation of, 407

Democritus, 238

Demosthenes, 452

Denmark

and exportation of grain, 10

trades with France, 340

and U.S. neutrality, 345n

naval strength, 376

Derieux, Justin Pierre Plumard

letter to, 141

misfortunes of, 5

loses possessions in fire, 123, 125n, 141

letters from cited, 141n

letters to cited, 141n

Monroe tries to assist, 164

Derieux, Maria Margarita Martin (Mme Justin Pierre Plumard Derieux), 141

Description du Cap de Bonne-Esperance (Peter Kolb)

cited by TJ, 295

Des Droits et des Devoirs du Citoyen (Gabriel Bonnot de Mably)

cited by Adams, 59

Desmarest, Anselme

names Megalonyx jeffersonii, 301n

Detroit

Volney visits, 174, 220-1

Deurtang's (inn, western Va.), 151

Dick (b. 1767, TJ's slave)

TJ mortgages, 98

Dick (b. 1790, TJ's slave)

TJ mortgages, 98

Dickenson v. Paulett

case of, 189

Dickinson, John

as author ofletters signed "Fabius," 434

fears war with France, 435n

Dinah (TJ's slave)

TJ mortgages, 98

dionnea mascipula

TJ requests seed of, 43

dipus americanus

Barton describes, 183

Discovery, Settlement, and Present State of Kentucky (John Filson), 176n

Dissertation on Slavery: With a Proposal for the Gradual Abolition of It, in the State of Virginia (St. George Tucker)

rejected by House of Delegates, 489n

D'Ivernois, François, 58-9

Divers, George

receives payment from T. M. Randolph, 26, 27n

Dix's ferry (Dan River)

site on proposed road from Georgetown to Ga., 529

Dobie, Samuel, 310n

Dobs, Richard, 120

Dobson, Thomas

Encyclopaedia, 441n

dogs

shepherd, TJ characterizes, 26-7

Dohrman, Arnold Henry

and Mazzei's business affairs, 55, 67, 70, 81, 90, 199-200

Doll (TJ's slave)

son of, in marriage settlement of Mary Jefferson, 550

Dombey, Joseph

brings French units of measure to U.S., 229-30, 257, 259n

death of, 229

Donald, Alexander

tobacco sold to, 112

forwards items to TJ, 115, 319, 511

and TJ's financial transactions, 307

Donath, Joseph

letters to, 184, 187, 212-13

TJ orders glass from, 167, 183, 184, 186, 187, 212-13

letters from cited, 184n, 187n, 213n

Dorchester, Lord (Sir Guy Carleton)

inflammatory speech to Indians, 610-13, 626

Dougherty, Felix, 538-9

Draper, John

recollection associated with megalonyx, 296-7

Drayton family

as reference for van Hasselt, 467

Duane, William, 537n

Dublin Packet (ship), 340, 366

Ducoigne, Jean Baptiste

letter to, 131-2

introduced to Volney, 131-2

Ducoigne, Jefferson

invited to visit Monticello, 131

Dugnani, Antonio

letters from, 370, 538-9

revives correspondence with TJ, 370

recommends Catholic students, 538-9

Dumfries, Va.

TJ known at, 184

wheat prices at, 322

Dunbar, John, 45n

Dungeness (Randolph estate)

T. M. Randolph stops at, 568

Dunmore, John Murray, fourth Earl of

and Logan's speech, 408, 409-10n, 441, 451, 452, 601-2

Dunmore's War, 409-10n, 441, 452

Duvall, Gabriel, 60

Duvivier, Pierre Simon Benjamin

engraves medals, 14

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