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eastern states

and election of 1796, 223, 247, 249, 289

aversion to land tax in, 285

changing political opinion in, 372

and future of republicanism in, 439

efforts to connect TJ with Blount conspiracy in, 473n

East Indies

seizure of U.S. ships in, 285, 421-2, 423n

East Indies, British

opened to U.S. trade, 628

École des Arts et Métiers, 149n

Edgar, Mr. (Greenbrier Co., Va.), 150

Edgehill (Randolph estate)

farm manager at, 36, 168, 260-1

slaves at, 90, 260

absence of news from, 170

conditions at, 260, 322

TJ hopes Randolphs will settle at, 351

TJ proposes road to Pantops, 430

education

of blacks in Va., 120, 287-8

of Americans in Paris, 164

TJ's education bill, 177-8, 287-8

Edwards, Enoch

letter to, 269

letters from, 230-1, 313-14

carries letters, 162, 230, 231n

entrusted with discretion to publish Monroe documents 230-1, 269, 313

reports on affairs in France, 230-1, 269

sends recipes, information on cooking, 313-14

bears papers for Washington, 314

letters from cited, 314n

letter to cited, 314n

Edwards, Frances Gordon (Mrs. Enoch Edwards), 314

Eel River Indians, 400

eggplant

TJ seeks seeds, information on, 141

Egypt

Volney's experience in, xxxviii, 111, 132, 175

election of 1796

Adams's victory in, viii, 247-50, 255

in Tenn., 169, 199

in Va., 193-9

in Pa., 211, 261-2

intrigues against Adams, 214-15, 223, 226, 235-6, 251, 264 326

closeness of presidential race, 223-4, 226, 227-8

in Vt., 228n

distribution of Federalist support in, 232, 235-6, 253

dissemination of results, 235, 236, 258

Hamilton's role, 235-6, 362

Federalist tactics in New England, 262

as will of the people, 289

electoral votes counted, 304, 305n

decreases number of Republicans in Congress, 416

impact of Washington's popularity in, 438

election of 1800

and TJ's letter to Mazzei, 74, 79

Callender's Prospect Before Us and, 537n

Elementa philosophica de Cive (Thomas Hobbes)

quoted by TJ, 249n

elephants

compared to mammoths, 113-14, 138, 294

habitat of, as analogy for megalonyx, 294, 295, 297-8

Buffon on, 297-8

Elk Hill (TJ's estate)

purchase of by Banks, T. Taylor, 213n, 219-20, 287

Elk River, 150, 151

Elk Run Church (Fauquier Co., Va.)

site on proposed road from Georgetown to Ga., 529

Ellicott, Andrew

letter from, 534-6

and British influence on frontier, 534-6

boundary survey, 535-6

conflict with Hutchins, 535-6

Elliott, Matthew, 441

Ellsworth, Oliver

appointment as chief justice, 42, 124

and Jay Treaty, 71

and election of 1796, 227

embargo

on grains, proposed, 62-3

recommended in event of war, 377

and Congress, 386, 402

president's authority to lay, 461, 462

Emigrants (Gilbert Imlay), 176n

Encyclopaedia; or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature (Thomas Dobson)

prints Logan's speech, 440-1, 602

TJ orders volumes of, 4, 160-1

ensette (ensete, abyssinian banana), 513

Enville, Louise Elisabeth de La Rochefoucauld, Duchesse d'

friendship with TJ, 147, 312, 317, 333, 464-5

death of, 597, 598n

envoys to France. See France: U.S. relations with: U.S. envoys to

Epoques de la nature (Comte de Buffon)

cited by TJ, 297-8

Eppes, Betsy

invited to Monticello, 533, 546

tooth extracted, 579

Eppes, Elizabeth Wayles (Mrs. Francis Eppes, TJ's sister-in-law)

letter from, 546-7

TJ's affection for, 167, 586

marriage of son and Mary Jefferson, 531-3, 546-50

letter to cited, 546-7n

Eppes, Francis (TJ's brother-in-law)

letters to, 166-7, 531-4

letters to cited, 45n, 167n, 533n

and Wayles estate, 166-7, 196n, 217, 268, 419

letters from cited, 167n, 268, 533n

marriage of son and Mary Jefferson, 531-3, 547-50

gives slaves to J. W. Eppes, 549

TJ sends respects to, 586

Eppes, John Wayles

letter to, 585-7

letters from, 186, 226, 572-3

courts, marries Mary Jefferson, vii, 186, 226, 425n, 531-3 546-7, 549-50

and TJ's accounts, 167

letters from cited, 186n, 587n

letters to cited, 186n

and Burr's visit to Monticello, 198

TJ approves of marriage plans, 424, 429-30

marriage settlement, 532, 533n, 547-8

Monroe extends invitation to, 566

travels from Monticello to Eppington, 572

TJ provides house for, 577

visits relatives, 579

and road contract, 586

Eppes, Mary Jefferson (Mrs. John Wayles Eppes). See Jefferson, Mary (Maria, Polly, TJ's daughter)

Eppes family

invited to Monticello, 533

TJ sends regards to, 577

kindness to Mary Jefferson, 579

TJ's affection for, 586

Erie, Lake, 174, 221

Erskine, Thomas

praised by H. Gates, 361

View of the Causes and Consequences of the Present War with France, 361, 407, 434

Esquisse d'un tableau historique des progrès de l'esprit humain (Marquis de Condorcet), 201

Ethis de Corny, Anne Mangeot (Mme Ethis de Corny), 397

Eulogium, intended to perpetuate the memory of David Rittenhouse (Benjamin Rush)

sent to TJ, 251, 252n, 275

Europe

absence of news from, 25, 73, 95, 227, 414

prospects for peace in, 108

hinderances to establishment of republican governments in 194

and War of First Coalition, 393, 396

events in, decrease prospect of U.S. war with France, 429

Evans, Thomas

as Federalist congressman from Va., 372, 374n, 422

votes on U.S. policy with France, 412, 413

Evans (TJ's slave)

TJ mortgages, 98

Ewell, Jesse, 184

Examiner (Richmond)

and Callender, 537n

and L. Martin's attacks on TJ, 603n

Excellencie of a Free State (Marchamont Nedham), 59

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