Volume 29 Index

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F

Fabbroni, Giovanni, 74

"Fabius." See Dickinson, John

Faden, William

map of South America by, 105-6, 115

Fair American (ship), 397n

Fairfax, Thomas, sixth Lord, 279

Fairfax Co., Va.

campaign for presidential elector in, 193, 195

and proposed road from Georgetown to Ga., 529, 530

Fairfax Stone

and Va.-Md. boundary, 263n

Fanny (TJ's slave)

TJ mortgages, 98

Farell & Jones

and Wayles estate, 96-7, 197n

TJ's debt to, 478n

See also Hanson, Richard

farmers

fear taxes on land, 265

encroachment on liberties of yeomen, 444

TJ provides information for, 583-4

Farmer's Weekly Museum (Walpole, N.H.)

publishes TJ's letter to Mazzei, 75n

farm implements

Caroline drill by T. Martin, 129, 143-4, 318, 545-6, 553 573, 588

and farm animals, 170, 545

TJ's interest in, 205

TJ sends to Britain, 318, 450n, 545-6

See also

plow, moldboard

threshing machines

Fauchet, Jean Antoine Joseph

and U.S. internal affairs, 384, 385n

replaces Genet, 471

and Monroe's recall, 565

Coup d'oeil sur l'état actuel, 589-90, 594, 595

British complaint against, 611-12

Faujas de Saint-Fond, Barthélemy, 301n

Fauquier Co., Va.

campaign for presidential elector in, 195-6

Fayette Co., Pa.

1796 election results from, 211

Federal District

federal aid for, 10-11, 56

investment in land in, 157n, 368

Volney visits, 483

location of government at, 528-9

potential market for Va. products, 529

and proposed road from Georgetown to Ga., 529

Federal Gazette & Baltimore Daily Advertiser (Baltimore)

publishes L. Martin's attacks on TJ, 409n, 454-5n, 601

"Federalist. " See Coxe, Tench

TJ suggests addition to, 51

Federalists

and TJ's letter to Mazzei, vii, 73-88

and Jay Treaty, 25, 46, 48, 51, 60, 71n, 94, 147

as British faction, 109, 228, 407, 433

and P. Henry, 147-8

and election of 1796, 193-9, 211, 214, 223-4, 226

geographical distribution of, 235-6

tactics in New England, 262

and Monroe, 269

and U.S. relations with France, 280, 370, 372, 373-4n

caucuses by, 283n, 411, 412n

attack Madison's reputation, 323-4, 380

"Hamiltonians" as wing of, 362

Washington as supporter of, 381

control appointments to Senate committees, 411, 412n

as war party, 413-14

and appointment of Gerry, 420n, 450

influence of events in Europe on, 422

and expenditures for fortifications, 423n

encroach on liberties of yeomen, 444

and Tenn. statehood, 472n

and Blount impeachment, 473n

and diplomatic appointments, 486-7

and Callender, 537n

denoted as aristocrats, 556-7

and newspaper attacks on TJ, 556

in S.C., 567n

Fennell, James

performs Logan's speech, 409n, 452, 454, 581

Fenno, John

publishes L. Martin's attacks on TJ, 443

prints piece by Hamilton, 484n

See also Gazette of the United States (Philadelphia)

Fenwick, Joseph, 563, 565

Fenwick, Mason & Co., 368

Ferdinand IV, King of Naples, 256n

Ferri de Saint-Constant, Giovanni Lorenzo, 74

Filson, John

Discovery, Settlement, and Present State, 176n

Findley, William, 593

fireplaces

Count Rumford's designs for, 605n

fires

residential, in Va., 123, 125n, 141

insurance against, 190-1, 239-44

fish

high price of herring, 36

TJ orders herring, 91

in diet during harvest, 414

Fitzhugh, Elizabeth Chew (Mrs. Peregrine Fitzhugh), 324

Fitzhugh, Peregrine

letters to, 346-7, 415-19

letters from, 323-4, 380-2, 442-5, 555-61

exchanges seeds with TJ, 323-4, 346, 380, 415, 559-60

and Madison's views on treaty-making powers, 323-4, 346-7

criticizes Adams's advisors, 380-1

on U.S relations with France, 380-2

provides information on Cresaps and death of Logan's kin 416, 444, 555-6

shares contents of TJ's letter, 418n, 556-7, 560-1

letter to the Rights of Man, 561

Fitzhugh, William

TJ sends respects to, 347, 381, 418

encourages son to show TJ's letter to Republican friends 556-7

sends respects to TJ, 560

flags

on U.S. consulates in Mediterranean, 376

Flanders

Volney compares Ohio to, 221

Fleming, John, 36

Fleming, William

letter from, 204

describes counties of Ky., 204

Fleming & McClenahan

and supplies for Monticello, 414

sell nails from Monticello, 540-1

Florida, East

oranges from, 543

Florida, West

boundary with U.S., 535

Floridas

within range of U.S. coastal gunboats, 377

plans to invade, 472-3n

flour

price of, 10, 26, 350, 371, 385, 426, 583

sale of, 412

Fluvanna Co., Va.

and TJ's grand jury petition, 490, 491-504, 524

Forrest, Rebecca Plater (Mrs. Uriah Forrest), 557

Forrest, Uriah

sends president extract of TJ's letter to P. Fitzhugh, 418n 560n

and Hamilton's Observations, 557-8

Forrester, Simon, 543

Fort Recovery, Northwest Terr.

Indians attack, 612, 630-1n

Fourteen Agricultural Experiments, to ascertain the best rotation of crops (George Logan)

sent to TJ, 272, 273n

Fourth of July. See Independence Day

France

Agriculture

pea seeds from, 323

research in, 333

Army

potential disbanding of, 405

Constitution

Volney notes change in, 53

pamphlets on new government, 123

prospects for, 161

Paine cites, 343

Directory

Adams skeptical of, 59

response to Jay Treaty, 109-10, 215n

taxes under, 110n

and paper currency, 122, 123n

and loot from subjugated territories, 161, 164-5n

and foreign diplomatic appointments, 230-1

refuses to receive C. C. Pinckney, 230, 231n, 340

change in composition of, 357

and declaration of war against U.S., 439

disagreeable disposition of, 442

measures of, criticized in U.S., 470

in competition with legislative councils, 485

arreté of 12 Ventose, 486

Economy

forced loan in, 56, 109-10

falling price of provisions in, 119

funding system, currency, 122, 123n, 162, 165n

strength of, 222, 341

specie, paper currency in circulation, 341

Foreign Relations

alleged corruption of, xxxvii

and Jay Treaty, 71, 357

with Geneva, 208, 209

with Spain, 228, 372

dissemination of Paine's Decline and Fall, 340

with Batavian republic, 372, 374n

and establishment of republican principles, 460

treaty of commerce with Britain, 615, 628

Internal Improvements

roads, 8

Italian Campaign

auspicious beginning of, 117, 135-6, 146, 148, 161 222

art, antiquities taken from subjugated territories 161, 164-5n

French successes in, 169, 265, 273, 305, 341, 422 423n, 431, 433, 434n, 436, 438, 456, 459

National Assembly

members of, 131-2, 134, 137

National Institute of Arts and Sciences

established, 102n

philosophical society within, 110-11

and Dombey's mission, 229

members, 347, 348n

Politics and Government

TJ welcomes information about, 61

Gautier sends pamphlets on, 122-3

bright prospects of, 163, 230

elections, 222

legislative councils in power struggle with Directory 485

Adams criticizes, 593

Harper criticizes Republic, 593

See also French Revolution

Public Opinion

resentment of Jay Treaty, 230

against U.S., 340

regard for Monroe, 340

Rhine Campaign

anticipated, 117

French successes in, 161, 265, 273, 433, 434n, 436 456, 459

Society

in state of vigor and increasing public confidence, 56

unsuitable place for young American woman, 147

characteristics of people, 237

Royal Academy of Sciences, 293

penal institutions and solitary confinement, 335, 336n

U.S. Relations with

prospects for war, possibilities of peace, viii, 135 227, 239, 271, 272-3, 289-90, 342-3, 355, 359-60, 361 379, 381-2, 392-3, 395n, 396, 407, 415, 418-19n 421-3, 429, 433, 435n, 441, 442, 462-3, 522, 557, 580 587n

Jay and Pinckney treaties compared, 48

and American party politics, 76, 455-6, 580

during American Revolution, 76

and Jay Treaty, 108-10, 214-15, 230, 340, 342, 345n 405, 486n, 629

and Washington's sentiments, 142, 553

and Independence Day orations, 156-7

and treaty of amity and commerce, 215n, 340, 342, 486

distrusts U.S. executive branch, 227-8

refusal to receive C. C. Pinckney, 230, 231n, 316, 340

TJ's thoughts on, 235, 237, 252, 255, 426, 438-9 448-9, 586, 594

commences attack on U.S. trade, 256, 273

U.S. envoys to, 256, 265, 342, 411, 414, 416, 420, 427 443, 448-9, 450, 460, 475-6, 485-6, 552, 580, 586 589, 591-2, 594, 598

interference with U.S. shipping, 282, 285, 330, 369 371n, 429, 431, 448, 563-4n

previous French support of U.S. resented, 342-3

and Pickering, 343, 345n

and U.S. neutrality, 344, 363, 485, 611

appointment of U.S. consuls to, 366-7

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

and equal treaty rights, 373-4n, 411-12, 413-14, 421

and spoliation claims, 374, 421

West Indies and possible war, 377

influence in U.S. internal affairs, 383-4, 393-5

effects of Pickering letter, 426

and American Indians, 441

and Adams's address of May 1797, 442-3

Genet and, 470-2

and Blount conspiracy, 473n

French travelers uncomfortable in U.S., 483

and competition between legislative councils, Directory 485-6

distance affects communication, decisions, 485-6

U.S. ship rosters required, 486

Adams considers sending mission to, 551-2

Unicorn affair, 612, 630n

War of First Coalition

prospects for peace, 53, 71, 108, 119, 415

on Austrian and British fronts, 56

Britain as primary foe, 70, 146, 162

prospects for peace fade, 135, 222, 341-2

reinforcements for Saint-Domingue, 148, 149n

preparations for conquest of Britain, 222, 344n, 366 433

failure of British peace mission, 256-7, 273, 282, 285-6

and neutral shipping, 344

peace at Leoben, 367n, 431, 433, 434n, 436, 438, 450, 451, 459, 558

causes of, 407

French agents in Britain, 521n

Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor

prospects of peace with France, 108, 161-2, 169

and restoration of Austrian Netherlands, 256n

forced to seek peace, 305

agrees to armistice, 366, 367n, 485

See also Holy Roman Empire

Francis, John

identified, 469n

Liancourt sends message by, 463

account with, 469

prepares rooms for TJ, 576

Francis's hotel

residents at, 412n, 469n

TJ stays at, 412n, 469, 536, 576, 585

Callender visits TJ at, 536

TJ visits Adams at, 551

Frank (TJ's slave)

TJ mortgages, 98

Frankfurt Am Main

surrendered to French, 162, 165n

Franklin, Benjamin

diplomatic expenditures, 14, 17-18

letter to Adams quoted, 17-18

and Houdon statue of Washington, 37n, 40

Cobbett mocks, 140

TJ praises, 140, 276-7

and American science, 254

Fraunces, Andrew G.

letters to, 459, 460

identified, 459n

and Hamilton's Observations, 459, 459n, 460, 542-3, 562n

seeks aid from TJ, 459, 460

Frederick, Md.

as Federalist stronghold, 557

Fredericksburg, Va.

stagecoaches to Philadelphia, 274, 565

fruit trees at, 322

wheat prices at, 322

shipments to TJ from, 323

spring at, 328, 351

TJ visits, 425, 436

delays in mail at, 427, 428

Freeman, Nathaniel, Jr.

appointed to House committee, 372, 373n

resides at Francis's hotel, 469n

French Revolution

Adams assesses, 59

executions, 123n, 160, 313n

displaces military officers who served in America, 145

displaces artists, 389

Fructidor, 558-9, 576, 580

Freneau, Philip

TJ pays for newspaper of, 442

letter from cited, 442n

Friendly Islands. See Tonga

Friends, Society of, 120

Froullé, Jean François

TJ orders books from, 4

death of, 160, 464

fruit trees

establishment of Monroe's orchard, 5, 41-2

in blossom at Monticello, 322, 351

orange, E. Rutledge sends to TJ, 357, 386, 455

Fry, Joshua, 66

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