Volume 29 Index

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Raccoon ford

site on proposed road from Georgetown to Ga., 529

Rachael (b. 1790, TJ's slave)

in marriage settlement of Mary Jefferson, 550

Rachael (TJ's slave)

TJ mortgages, 98

Rambouillet, France

experimental farms at, 333

Randolph, Mr.

servant of, 200

Randolph, Anne Cary (TJ's granddaughter)

visits Monticello, vii, 349

TJ's affection for, 11, 37, 63, 309, 328, 414, 457, 462 583, 597

sends gift to brother, 91

health of, 261, 273, 308, 399

affection for parents, 274

separation from TJ, 322

smallpox inoculation, 334, 349, 351, 385

growth of, 428

resembles mother, 428

mentioned, 82

Randolph, Beverley (d. 1797), 82, 317

Randolph, David Meade

visits Monticello, 168

lands adjoining Martin's swamp, 547

as U.S. marshal, 630n

Randolph, Edmund

letter to, 459-60

letters from, 572, 574

resignation, 4, 560n

practices law in Richmond, 5

and T. M. Randolph's legal affairs, 52-3

at Constitutional Convention, 57n

and Mazzei's finances, 81, 83n

and publication of Washington's correspondence, 141-2, 144n 181

and Dombey's papers, 257, 259n

and Va.-Md. boundary, 263n, 271-2, 278-9

and Short's salary, 317, 318n, 332, 464, 572, 597

as tarnish on Va.'s reputation, 383

relations with Fauchet, 384, 385n, 557-8, 565

TJ shares political views with, 459

letters from cited, 460n, 572n

letters to cited, 460n, 572n

and Monroe, 563-4, 565

correspondence with Hammond, 565, 606-8

correspondence with Jay, 606-31

Randolph, Ellen Wayles, II (TJ's granddaughter)

birth of, vii

and trip to Monticello, vii, 349

health of, 308

TJ's affection for, 309, 328, 414, 457, 462, 583, 597

separation from TJ, 322

cuts teeth, 351

Randolph, John (d. 1784), 97n, 196-7

Randolph, Lucy Bolling (Mrs. William Randolph), 82

Randolph, Martha Cocke (Mrs. Beverley Randolph), 82

Randolph, Martha Jefferson (Patsy, Mrs. Thomas Mann Randolph, TJ's daughter)

letters to, 11, 308-9, 327-8, 349, 379, 424-5, 596-7

letter from, 334

gives birth to daughter, vii

and trip to Monticello, vii, 170, 334, 349

TJ's affection for, 11, 27, 37, 53, 63, 91, 261, 274, 287 314, 316, 328, 399, 414, 425, 430, 451, 462, 583

regards sent to, 49, 54, 61, 106, 118, 148, 154, 156, 164 488, 509, 517

and Jefferson Ducoigne, 132

and Mary Jefferson, 308, 573, 579

at Varina, 308, 351

friendships, 314-15, 325-6, 328, 379, 397

TJ says he will write to, 322

fails to write, 328

anxiety over children's smallpox inoculation, 334

TJ sends financial, mercantile news to, 379

letters from cited, 425n

TJ seeks to keep her near Monticello, 430

rumored to be ill, 483, 507

marriage settlement, 532

Monroe extends invitation to, 566

and T. M. Randolph's health, 569

at Belmont, 577

TJ offers to purchase goods in Philadelphia for, 596

mentioned, 82, 518

Randolph, Mary (Mrs. David M. Randolph, sister of Thomas Mann Randolph), 168

Randolph, Mary Skipwith, 317

Randolph, Richard (d. 1786)

and Wayles estate, 96, 97n

suit against heirs of, 166, 218n, 268, 533n

Randolph, Thomas Jefferson (TJ's grandson)

at Monticello, vii, 11, 26, 63, 349

health of, 11, 91, 308, 399, 428

TJ's affection for, 287, 309, 328, 414, 457, 462, 583, 597

separation from TJ, 322

smallpox inoculation, 334, 349, 351, 385

mentioned, 82

Randolph, Thomas, Jr. (of Dungeness), 317

Randolph, Thomas Mann (TJ's son-in-law)

letters to, 26-7, 36-7, 52-3, 63-4, 90-1, 168-9, 170-1, 211 260-2, 273-4, 287, 315-16, 322-3, 349-50, 360, 385-6, 402 413-14, 426-7, 436-7, 451, 462, 583-4

letter from, 568-9

TJ's affection for, 11, 424, 597

and Cobbs suit, 26-7, 63-4

health of, 27, 169, 385, 399, 428, 569

executes business for TJ, 36, 52, 172, 203, 220, 276, 287 322, 360, 414, 569

letters from cited, 37n, 53n, 91n, 169n, 171n, 211n, 261n 350n, 386n, 414n, 462n

legal, business affairs of, 52-3, 90-1, 108n

Strickland sends respects to, 106, 118

and sale of tobacco, 112, 385, 413, 426, 436

regards sent to, 154, 156, 164, 183, 573

and threshing machine, 167

visits Sweet Springs, 171

memorandum to cited, 172

and Burr's visit to Monticello, 198

supervises Volney's valise, 225, 257

travels to, from Varina, 276, 309, 351

makes cider, 309

TJ purchases goods for, 315-16, 436-7

as candidate for Va. General Assembly, 322, 327-8, 349

elected member of APS, 322-3

forwards clover seed, 322

takes children for smallpox inoculation, 334, 349, 351

TJ writes, 379, 425

at Monticello, 427, 428

TJ plans to visit, 451

provides information, 531

Monroe extends invitation to, 566

travels from Richmond to Monticello, 568-9

and road contract, 586

and weather diaries, 596

mentioned, 82

Randolph, William, 82

Raymond, Julien (French commissioner in Saint-Domingue), 348n, 388n

Read, Jacob

committee appointment, 282

carries rice seed to S.C., 367, 487

introduces bills, 423n, 461n

and Charleston customs dispute, 567n

as Senate president pro tempore, 568

Recherches historiques et politiques sur les États-Unis de l'Amérique Septentrionale(Philip Mazzei)

and TJ's letter to Mazzei, 85n, 87n

Recorder (Richmond)

and Callender, 537n

Reed, Benjamin, 508n

Reeves, William

and TJ's accounts, 174n

Remsen, Henry

letter to, 441-2

clerk to Jay, 23-4n

TJ orders newspapers from, 441-2

letter from cited, 442n

letter to cited, 442n

Renick (Reynick), Robert, 150, 151

republicanism

and election of 1796, 255

TJ's views on, 289-90

land owners as friendly to, 383

TJ laments decline of, 439

establishment of principles of, 460

and the principles of 1776, 522

and party divisions, 580

Adams on, 593

Republicans

mock British institutions, 3

and Jay Treaty, 46-7, 54n, 60, 108

and TJ's letter to Mazzei, 73-8, 382-3

accused of Jacobinism, pro-French sentiments, 76, 78-9, 407 557-8

as pro-French, 109-10, 359

in N.Y., 156-7, 478, 479n, 594

and campaign for electors in Va., 193-9

and election of 1796, 211, 223, 416

in Pa., 211, 594

and Washington's popularity, 252-3

and TJ's reluctance as a candidate, 264

in Congress, 370, 372, 385, 412n, 422, 426, 594

and U.S. relations with France, 374n

political attacks on leaders of, 380

and expenditures for fortifications, 423n

ineffectiveness of, in Va. assembly, 493

and Callender, 537n

support for TJ in Md., 557

as defenders of civil liberties, 558

urged to proclaim their principles loudly, 580

in New England, 594, 595n

Reuben (TJ's slave)

TJ mortgages, 98

Review of the Correspondence (Timothy Pickering)

and TJ's letter to Mazzei, 78n

Reynolds, James, 478-9

Reynolds, Dr. James, 537n

Reynolds, Maria Lewis (Mrs. James Reynolds)

and Hamilton, 478-9, 542, 630n

and Federalist politics, 558

rheumatism

TJ suffers from, 351, 399, 428

Rhine Valley

military campaigns in, 161, 265, 273, 456, 459

rhinoceroses

compared to mammoths, 294

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

rice

grown in Spain, 29

lieth machine for threshing, 231-2

TJ receives, distributes seed from Philippines, 367, 487

Rice, Henry

forwards books to TJ, 182, 205

Richardson, George, 585n

Richardson, Joseph, 585n

Richardson, Richard

letter to, 585

identified, 585n

witnesses documents, 210, 548, 550

and renovations at Monticello, 428

to receive training in stonecutting, 585

letters from cited, 585n

letter to cited, 585n

Richardson, William, 316n

Richmond, Va.

James River Canal reaches, 5

price of corn at, 51-2

price of commodities at, 67

Jews in, 119n

TJ's business affairs in, 272n, 577

stagecoaches to Philadelphia, 274

state capitol, 310n, 335, 336n

inoculation for smallpox at, 349, 351

price of clothing for slaves in, 569

militia seizes Unicorn, 612, 630n

Rights of Man (Frederick, Md.)

prints Fitzhugh's response, 557, 561

prints query from a "Citizen," 557, 560-1

Rights of Man (Thomas Paine)

and Adams-TJ estrangement, 234

Rising Sun (Keene, N.H.)

publishes TJ's letter to Mazzei, 75n

Rittenhouse, David

letter to, 138-9

and kitchen stoves, 25

advises J. Williams, 130

TJ announces megalonyx discovery to, 138-9, 140, 291

TJ describes moldboard plow to, 140

death of, 147, 165, 182

as exemplar of American genius, 251, 252n

Rush pays tribute to, 251-2, 275

TJ succeeds as president of APS, 252, 254

TJ praises, 275

B. S. Barton's regard for, 445

Rittenhouse, Hannah Jacobs (Mrs. David Rittenhouse)

on kitchen stoves, 25

and death of husband, 165

TJ sends regards to, 192

sends regards, 201

Rivanna River

and route for road from Georgetown, 529

lands on, 547, 549

Rives (Reeves), Robert

and TJ's accounts, 26, 27n

TJ consults with, 50

and TJ's tobacco, 52, 63

roads

local versus federal support for postal, 7-8, 55

in Britain, France, 8

across mountains of western Va., 150-1

TJ proposes building of, 430, 431, 432, 529, 530

from Georgetown through southern Va. to Ga., 529

contracts for in Albemarle Co., 586

See also postal roads

Roberts, Joseph, Jr.

supplies nailrod, 531, 534, 541, 542n

letters from cited, 531n

letters to cited, 531n

Robertson (Robinson), Mr.

cares for T. M. Randolph's affairs at Edgehill, 36, 168 260-1

Robespierre, Maximilien François Marie Isidore de

as leader of Terror, 163

and Genet, 471

Robinson, John, 574

Robinson (Robertson), Moses, 594, 595n

Robinson, Saunderson (Sanderson) & Rumney

and Mazzei's finances, 65, 81, 90

Rockfish gap, Va., 139

Rocky Mountains

existence of inferred by Volney, TJ, 174-5, 176n

Rodney, Thomas

and election of 1796, 249n

letter from quoted, 249n

Rome, Romans

classical, used as example by TJ, 247, 250

classical, references to, 249n

Americans study for priesthood in, 538-9

Ronald, Betsey, 476-7

Ronald, Nancy, 476-7

Ronald, William

TJ sues estate of, 476-8

Ronaldson, James, 536

rope

for TJ, 63, 90

Rose, Charles, 30

Rose, Hugh, 30

Rose, John

TJ asked to recommend, 30, 34

letter to cited, 30n

Rose, Robert H.

TJ asked to recommend, 30, 34

letter to cited, 30n

and election of 1796, 169

Rose Hill, N.Y.

TJ's invitation to, 361, 407

Ross, David, 111

Ross, James

and publication of Pinckney Treaty, 48

takes seat in Senate, 411, 412n

investigates charges against Blount, 472-3n

as likely candidate for governor, 594

Roume, Philippe Rose, 298-9, 300n

Rousseau, Jean Jacques, xxxvii

Royal Society of London, 154n

Royle (Royal) v. Robinson Administrators, 574

Royster, Thomas, 477

Ruines; ou, Méditation sur les Révolutions des Empires (Constantin François Chasseboeuf Volney), xxxviii

rum

in Jay Treaty, 616

Rumford, Count. See Thompson, Benjamin (Count Rumford)

Rumley, Mr., 51

Rush, Benjamin

letter to, 275

letters from, 3-4, 251-2, 284

political commentary, 3-4, 251-2, 284

and election of 1796, 224n

reports on TJ's letter to Madison, 224n

Rittenhouse Eulogium, 251, 252n, 275

and TJ's election to APS presidency, 275

notes analogies between nature and politics, 284

theories on dark skin color, 284

forwards correspondence for TJ, 313

Russell, Albert, 195-6

Russia

and comparative studies of languages, 201-2

British policy toward, 342

and U.S. neutrality, 345n

Rutledge, Edward

letters to, 231-3, 455-7

letters from, 92-3, 356-8, 386-7

on Jay Treaty, 92, 357

sends cow peas and orange trees, 92, 231, 357, 386, 455

TJ discusses politics with, 232-3

praises TJ, 356-7

on news from Europe, 386-7

mentioned, 234

Rutledge, Henry Middleton

on tour of S.C., 92

TJ praises, 233

Rutledge, John (1739-1800)

Supreme Court nomination, 4-5

son attends St. Germain school, 164

Rutledge, John, Jr.

carries letter to TJ, 356

appointed to House committee, 372, 373n

joins Federalists, 412, 413n

carries breadfruit seeds to S.C., 487

Rutledge, States, 164

rye

embargo proposed on, 63n

as crop at Monticello, 129

grown in Albemarle Co., Va., 350

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