Volume 29 Index

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G

Gadsden, Christopher

signs wharfholders' memorial, 570n

Gales, Joseph, 434

Gallatin, Albert

encouraged to bring order to U.S. finances, 6

and Jay Treaty, 51-2

TJ praises speech by, 51

and TJ's letter to Mazzei, 79

speeches on public debt and expenditures, 124, 125n

debates W. L. Smith, 146

obtains position for J. Martin, 157n

Sketch of the Finances of the United States, 224, 256

on Gerry's appointment, 420n

opposes arming of merchant vessels, 423n

calls for Congress to adjourn, 432n

and TJ's grand jury petition, 505

Gallipolis, Northwest Terr.

Volney describes, 150, 151

disputed land titles, 151, 152n

Galloway, Benjamin

letter from, 566-7

identified, 567n

sends praise, 566-7

Galvan, William, 185n

Galvan de Bernoux, Francis

letter from, 184-5

identified, 184-5n

calls at Monticello, 184-5

Gamble, Elizabeth Washington, 359n

Gamble, Robert

business dealings with TJ, 50, 540

Gamble & Temple, 569

Gardner, John ("Aurelius"), 199n

Gardoqui, Diego de, 551

Garland, Edward, 26

Garland, Robert, 64n

Garrett, Alexander

endorses documents, 66, 550n

Garzoni, Paolo, 74

Gates, Horatio

letter to, 407

letter from, 361

invites TJ to Rose Hill, 361

TJ returns correspondence, 361

sends Erskine pamphlet to TJ, 361n

presides over Republican dinner, 479n

and Monroe-Hamilton conflict, 578

Gates, Mary Vallance (Mrs. Horatio Gates), 361

Gatteaux, Nicolas Marie, 14

Gatty, Joseph, 315-16

Gauley River, 151

Gautier, Jean Antoine

letter to, 30-3

letter from, 122-3

accounts with U.S., Va., 30-3

and TJ's French accounts, 30-3, 41

and Grand & Cie., 122

friendship with Pougens, 333n

Gawen (TJ's slave)

TJ mortgages, 98

Gazette Française (New York), 76n

Gazette Nationale ou Le Moniteur Universel (Paris)

publishes TJ's letter to Mazzei, 73-4, 75, 84-5, 385n

Gazette of the United States (Philadelphia)

publishes TJ's letter to Mazzei, 75-9

prints Washington letter, 506n

See also Fenno, John

Geddis, Miss, 314

Gelston, David, 479n

Gem, Richard, 160

Generall Historie of Virginia (Capt. John Smith)

TJ utilizes, 294, 301n, 302-3n

Genesee, N.Y.

Volney visits, 221

Genet, Edmond Charles

and French plan to liberate Louisiana, 133n

interferes in U.S. internal affairs, 384

criticizes TJ, 470-2

letter from summarized, 470-2

Geneva

citizens' claims on funds in U.S., 207-9

relations with France, 208, 209

Genoa

port for northern Italy, 121

and French campaign in Italy, 135

Gentleman's and London Magazine, 155, 296

George (1730-1799, TJ's slave)

prepares for harvest at Monticello, 414

George (1759-1799, TJ's slave)

works in nailery, 540-1

TJ sends blacksmith's equipment to, 586

George III, King of Great Britain

and ratification of Jay Treaty, 48

and Federalist politics, 558

and Jay's commission as envoy, 605, 610, 629n

and U.S. complaints about orders in council, 607

Georgetown, Md.

stagecoaches at, 308

Volney visits, 352-3

TJ visits, 425, 528

survey for road to Stevensburg, Va., 431, 432, 529, 530

as Federalist stronghold, 557

Georgia

post road between Me. and, 8n

vote at Constitutional Convention, 68

and election of 1796, 226, 227

and Oglethorpe estate, 347, 348n

TJ sends breadfruit to, 388

Georgics (Virgil)

quoted, 233n

Gerry, Ann Thompson (Mrs. Elbridge Gerry), 402

Gerry, Catharine, 402

Gerry, Elbridge

letters to, 361-6, 398-9, 448-9

letters from, 326-7, 355-6, 387, 402, 475-6

at Constitutional Convention, 57n

and partisan politics, 326-7, 361-6

relations with Adams, 326-7, 402, 475

relations with Monroe, 355-6, 361, 387, 398-9, 402

suspects interception of mail, 355-6, 387, 398-9, 402

relationship with TJ, 365n, 448-9, 587

family of, 402

as envoy to France, 420n, 448-9, 450, 451, 460, 475-6, 552 580, 586, 589, 591, 594, 598

letter from cited, 449n

and TJ's view of the vice presidency, 633

Gerry, Eleanor Stanford, 402

Gerusalemme Liberata (Torquato Tasso)

Volney quotes, 229, 230n

TJ adapts quote from, 258

Giannini, Antonio

and Mazzei's finances, 81, 83n

Gibson, John

letters to, 408-10, 451, 599-600

letter from, 440-1

and Logan affair, 408-10, 440-1, 451, 599-600, 601-2

translates Logan's speech, 408, 409n, 441, 602

ties to Logan's family, 409n

seeks government position, 441

Gibson, Patrick, 578n

Giles, William Branch

letter to, 35-6

letters from, 38, 45-49, 54-5, 60-1

TJ sends respects to, 7, 224

and visit to Monticello, 36, 49, 60

introduces La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, 38

and politics of Jay Treaty, 45-9, 54, 60

sends Debates to TJ, 60

and TJ's letter to Mazzei, 77

obtains Washington document, 142

as tarnish on Va.'s reputation, 383

criticizes Genet, 470

effect of absence from House, 594

Gililan's (inn, western Va.)

Volney criticizes, 151

Gill (TJ's slave)

TJ mortgages, 98

Gillespie, James, 62n

Gillon, Alexander

sails from Holland to America, 466

Gilmer, Dr. George, 153

Gilmer, Lucy Walker (Mrs. George Gilmer)

TJ purchases corn from, 26, 52, 91

orders nails, 358

"Pen Park" estate, 358

Giroud, Alexandre

letter to, 387-8

letter from, 347-8

identified, 348n

acquaintance with TJ, 347-8

sends breadfruit seeds, 347-8, 387-8

letter from cited, 348n

glass

TJ orders, 184, 187, 212-13

Godoy Alvarez de Faria, Manuel, Duque de la Alcudia, 48-9

Godwin, William, xxxvii

Goliah (TJ's slave)

in marriage settlement of Mary Jefferson, 550

gongs

Chinese, A. Stuart orders from TJ, 239, 253

Goochland Co., Va.

cold weather at, 223

property in secures debt, 476-8

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

Goodhue, Benjamin, 283n

Goodrich, Chauncey, 224n

Gracie, Archibald, 45n

Graham, Mr., 187, 188

Graham, George

portrait of Adams, xl, 318 (illus.)

grain

export of, 10

treading and storage of in Spain, 28

exhausts soil, 103

hurt by drought, 224, 559

in Jay Treaty negotiations, 614, 623, 628

Grand, Ferdinand

death of, 354

See also Grand & Cie.

Grand, Jean François Paul

letter from, 354

identified, 354n

congratulates TJ on vice presidency, 354

family of, 354

letter from cited, 354n

Grand, Mme Jean François Paul, 354

Grand, Marie Silvestre (Mme Ferdinand Grand), 354

Grand & Cie.

accounts of U.S. with, 11-24, 32n, 33-4, 39

TJ's accounts with, 11-24, 31, 33-4, 39, 41

Va. accounts with, 12, 15, 16-17, 33-4, 37-8, 39-41

and U.S. assignats, 122

grapes

imported from Italy, 43

Grasse, François Joseph Paul de, Comte de Grasse and Marquis de Grasse-Tilly

U.S. grant to family of, 7, 144-5

fleet of, 572n

grasses

seed sent to TJ, vii

meadow cocksfoot or orchard, recommended by Strickland, 104

timothy, sown with clover, 104

descriptions of, 510-12

rye grass or darnel grass seed sent to TJ, 510-12

in Md., 559

Great Britain

Agriculture

Board of Agriculture diploma for TJ, xl-xli, 318 (illus.) 449-50, 514

threshing machines in, 167, 170

publications of British Board sent to TJ, 105-6, 114, 183, 480

seeds from sent to TJ, 546

poor wheat harvest in, 583-4

Army

and Napoleonic campaigns, 456

Economy

and War of First Coalition, 117-18

distressed state of, 119, 422, 423n, 456

Bank of England suspends specie payments, 340-1, 344n 370-1, 373, 379, 401, 427, 431, 433, 438, 459

Paine on expansion of, 341

needs capital in U.S., 464

high price of wheat, 583-4

Foreign Relations

and Jay Treaty, 71

Spain declares war against, 256, 265

bellicose tendencies of British government, 341-2

treaty of commerce with France, 615, 628

House of Commons

and rules of procedure, 283

Internal Improvements

roads, 8

Laws

as antecedent to American jurisprudence, 4n

Navy

mutiny at Spithead, 431, 433, 436, 438, 456, 459

defeats Dutch fleet, 585-6

Parliament

sedition bills in, 10

Bank Restriction Act, 344n

ministers of, criticized, 470

Politics and Government

Adams on prospects of revolution, 59

forms of British government and TJ's letter to Mazzei 82

compared to classical Rome, 249n

Paine expects collapse of government, 341

actions against pro-French sentiment in, 407, 521n

Public Opinion

popularity of Paine's Decline and Fall, 340-1

scorns U.S., 340

Society

penal institutions and solitary confinement, 335, 336n

unsafe to reside in, 399

U.S. Relations with

Republicans mock British institutions, 3

and impressment of sailors, 35, 612, 613, 614, 621 623

orders in council, 47, 606, 612

and influence upon Washington administration, 142

claims commissions, 154n

and Independence Day orations, 156-7

and U.S.-French relations, 239, 271, 485, 629

TJ on, 269, 448-9

interference with U.S. shipping, 285, 330, 429, 431 448, 515-16, 519-20

and Hamilton's communication with Hammond, 345n

British policy detrimental to U.S. neutrality, 363-4

role of West Indies in event of war, 377

influence of British economy on, 379, 412

executive and Senate said to favor interests of, 380

and American party politics, 438, 455-6

and establishment of republican principles in, 460

possible treaty of alliance, 470, 522

Genet on, 471

southwestern frontier, 472-3n, 535-6

British courts and U.S. complaints, 607, 615

and seizure of Unicorn, 612, 630n

boundary issue, 613, 614, 615, 616-17, 619-22, 626-7

and privateers, 613, 615, 616, 628

and Algiers, 628-9

See also Jay Treaty

War of First Coalition

in West Indies, 25-6, 56, 169

as France's primary foe, 70, 146, 162, 433

prospects for peace, 71, 108, 119, 305, 341, 415

subsidizes, loses allies, 135, 161

prospects of French invasion, 222, 344n, 366

TJ's views on, 252-3

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

and neutral shipping, 344

public reaction to, 361

causes of, 407

Great Claw. See megalonyx

Greathouse, Daniel

and murder of Logan's kin, 410n

Great Lakes

and deployment of U.S. coastal gunboats, 377

Green, Capt. (Industry), 315

Greenbrier Co., Va.

site of megalonyx discovery, 64, 152, 266, 291, 295

Volney travels through, 150

lands in, mortgaged to TJ, 213, 219-20

Greene Co., Pa.

and election of 1796, 211, 261-2

Greenleaf, Thomas (editor, Argus)

publishes TJ's letter to Mazzei, 76

Greenleaf's New York Journal, & Patriotic Register (New York)

TJ subscribes to, 442n

Greenup, Christopher, 62n

Grégoire, Henri

De la Littérature des Nègres, 176-7n

and TJ's racial views, 176-7n

and Dombey's mission, 229, 257

Grenville, William Wyndham, Lord

negotiation of Jay Treaty, 46-7, 605-31

offers commercial treaty, 613, 614, 618-19, 623, 629n

offers treaty to resolve standing issues, 616-18, 629n

Jay comments on, 621, 625

Griffin, Cyrus

and TJ's grand jury petition, 498n

Grimes, Capt. (master of Three Friends), 458n

Griswold, Roger, 372, 373n

groceries

shipment of, 90

purchased by TJ, 324

Gromer, Frederick

and megalonyx discovery, 291

Grove, William B., 469n

Guilford Court House, N.C.

site on proposed road from Georgetown to Ga., 529

Guillemard, John

letter from, 154-5

identified, 154-5n

visits Monticello, 72, 154

travels with La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, 149n, 154-5

Gunn, James, 411

gunpowder, 44, 240

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