Volume 30 Index

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A

abolition:

Short on prospects of, 149-53

advantages of gradual emancipation, 151-2

emancipation societies, 153

Abraham (TJ's slave), 269

Abridgment of Cases in Equity. See General Abridgement of Cases in Equity

Adams, Abigail:

declines invitations of, 132

TJ records comments apparently made by, 248

ADAMS, JOHN

Opinions

on celebration of Washington's birthday, 112n, 156, 221

on bank notes, 113 on France, 113, 359-60, 621

on importance of strong Senate, 113, 126-7

seen as disciple of Burke, 174n

on moving government to Washington, 228, 275-6

on British government, 368-9

on democrats, 608-9

on Gerry, 621

Politics

public's opinions of, xl

influence of Sewall on, 173

President

addresses and petitions to, vii, 268, 279-80, 322, 324, 341-2, 344, 351, 582-4

XYZ affair, vii, xl

19 Mch. message to Congress, viii, 189-93, 227, 231, 239

on convening Congress during epidemics, 10, 11n

accused of trampling on Constitution, 22

united with Senate, 22 May 1797

address to Congress, 35n, 250, 263, 267, 269, 274-5, 339

and relations with France, 35n, 65, 66, 67, 118-19, 120, 166n, 174n, 184-6, 219, 254, 274-5, 348, 414-15, 462n, 486n, 489, 491, 496, 621

Nov. 1797 address to Congress, 46, 49n, 119, 185, 250, 335

on attack by French privateer, 88-90

and foreign diplomats, 89

sends correspondence, papers to Congress, 94, 112n, 165-6, 245-6, 673, 679

and appointments, 112n, 280-1, 323-5, 326, 331, 625n, 660n

distrusts France, 113

Madison's views on, 116-17, 384

appoints son minister to Prussia, 120, 182

5 Mch. message to Congress, 165-6n, 170, 264n

delays sending XYZ dispatches, 166n

expects war with France, 166n, 241, 640, 647-8, 652n, 653n, 663

cabinet politics, 173, 182

criticized, 174n, 184, 420-1, 522n

and House of Representatives, 176, 395n

and arming of merchant vessels, 194, 217, 239

and patronage, 225

signs legislation, 229n, 300n, 301n, 354n, 380n, 395n, 408-9, 410, 518n, 522n, 617n, 624n

characterized, 239, 405-6

lack of communication with Washington, 248

3 Apr. message to Congress, 263-4, 266-70, 283, 289, 290, 335, 338

sends dispatch to U.S. envoys, 271

replies to addresses on XYZ affair, 279-80, 322-4, 326, 331, 335, 353, 359-60, 362n, 363, 382n, 402-5, 462n

and publication of XYZ dispatches, 289

judicial appointments, 300, 301-2n

4 May message to Congress, 335-6, 359-60

proclaims national Fast Day, 336, 341-2, 344, 353

receives threats of plot to burn Philadelphia, 353

and departures of French from U.S., 362n

on treaty with France, 364-5, 379

influence in Congress, 368

refuses papers for French consul general, 380, 393, 396

5 June message to Congress, 391n, 392-8, 419-20

orders envoys to leave France, 397

authorized to raise army and borrow money, 408-11, 447, 665-6

and Gerry negotiation, communication, 417-18, 422, 444, 610, 614, 622

21 June message to Congress, 418-19, 421-2, 484-6

and Saint-Domingue, 438-9, 665, 667

appoints Washington commander, 440, 443n, 445, 448

powers of, 441

and Sedition Act, 447

role in command of military, 471-3

and Short, 491

Ky. Federalists seek to praise, 519

TJ fears lifetime tenure for, 560, 646

described, 566-7, 581

and prosecutions under Sedition Act, 576

8 Dec. annual message to Congress, 604-8, 610-11, 616-17n

and G. Logan's mission to France, 607n, 658

and M. Lyon's petition, 610-11

sets conditions for negotiations with France, 611n

Message from the President of the United States, Accompanying Sundry Papers, 631, 636n, 638n, 640-1, 648, 651n, 663-4, 667

and bill to suspend trade with France, 636-7n

21 Jan. 1799 message to Congress submitting Pickering's report, 638n, 640-1, 648-50, 663-4

Relations with Jefferson

dinner conversation, 113

over relations with France, 120

Gerry on, 479

Writings

Defence of the Constitutions of Government of the United States of America, 368-9, 416-19

Adams, John Quincy, 120, 182

Adams, Thomas. See Independent Chronicle

Adams administration:

TJ criticizes, vii

and relations with France, Spain, 95, 115, 120

and appointments, 111

and news from envoys in Paris, 125

Monroe criticizes, 221, 402-3, 414-15

petitions supporting, 242

lack of confidence in, 272

referred to as royalists, 272

and newspapers, 275

and XYZ affair, 275, 368

urges war with France, 283, 384

patronage in, 326

criticized, 329

and policies toward France, 351n

weakness of republican principles in, 401-2

support for, 557n, 643

and Jay Treaty commission, 627

Adderson, Capt.:

and TJ's nailrod shipment, 609, 617, 622

health of, 622, 660

See also Rising Sun

Addison, Alexander:

Infallible Cure, 524, 525n

Adet, Pierre Auguste:

letter from, 462-5

warned of U.S. hostility towards France, 83

aids Palisot de Beauvois, 297n

presents French flag, 359-60

on U.S.-French relations, 462-5, 499

Adriana (ship):

and Kosciuszko, xlii, 399, 400, 416

adultery, 59

Adventures of Telemachus Son of Ulysses (François de Salignac de La Mothe-Fénelon), 82-3

Africa:

European explorations in, 149, 154n

and slave trade, 152, 428

botany of, 297n

British excluded from ports of, 458

African Education Society, 333n

Age of Reason. Part the Second (Thomas Paine), 581

Agricola (Cornelius Tacitus), 595

agriculture:

and keeping of Sabbath, 125

effect on, of deportation of blacks, 150

TJ praises research in, 197

influenced by ratio of laborers to land, 211

effects of tobacco, corn on land, 318

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Agriculture

Aitken, Robert, 105n

Aix-la-Chapelle:

treaty of, 18

Aland, Sir John Fortescue. See Fortescue Aland, Sir John

Albemarle Co., Va.:

resolutions of Assembly on petition from, 22

demand for hired slaves in, 28

and TJ's grand jury petition, 255-62

and execution of Kosciuszko's will, 333n

TJ plans to attend court, 398, 422

land prices, 478

proposed canal, 523-4, 561-2

protests Alien and Sedition Acts, 532

neighborhood politics, 561-2

and TJ's petition on jurors, 571-4, 576

alcohol, 592-3

Alexander the Great, 458

Alexandria, Va.:

bank notes of, 383

employment in, 559

Algiers:

U.S. relations with, 279

Alien Enemies Act (1798):

TJ compares to Senate alien bill, 323-4, 341, 344, 363, 365

proposed in House, 324n, 326, 360

Alien Friends Act (1798):

and French visitors to U.S., vii, xliii, 360

TJ's views on, vii-ix, 341, 345n, 635, 661

introduced by Livermore, xlii passage, xlii-xliii

TJ's docketing on, xlii-xliii, 364 (illus.)

and Hillhouse resolution, 299-300, 301n

as part of Federalist program, 299-300, 305

in Senate, 323-4, 326, 344, 353, 360, 363, 365, 377, 393, 674-6, 678

terms of, 324n

TJ's notes on procedural matters concerning, 345n

Madison's opinion of, 359

and treaty rights, 379-80, 393

opposition to, 487n, 532, 557n, 582-5, 643, 649, 662n, 664, 665-7

condemned in Ky., 510-12, 519, 532-4

and H. Marshall's poem, 512n

and Ky. Resolutions, 531, 535, 537-8, 540, 542-3n, 545-6, 548, 551-2, 554

unconstitutionality of, 559-60, 589-90

defended by Pickering, 584n

and Va. Resolutions, 606

and Gordon's History, 619

Aliens: A Patriotic Poem (Humphrey Marshall), 380, 405, 511, 512n

Allarde, Pierre Gilbert Leroy, baron d', 222

Allen, John, 301-2n, 445n

Allen, Richard H., 628

Allgemeine Geographische Ephemeriden, 161n

American Gazetteer (Jedidiah Morse), 86, 87n

"American Merchant" (T. Coxe), 125n, 169n

American Philosophical Society:

elects TJ president, viii, 36-7

TJ presides over, viii, 37n, 70n, 161n, 162n, 509n, 656n

and TJ's moldboard plow, viii, 207-8n, 224, 389n

officers, 36-7, 39-40n, 273n, 297n

receives communications, specimens, 37n, 158, 159n

expels G. Turner, 39-40n

elects members, 39n, 159n, 161n, 162n, 225n, 265n, 297n, 372n, 509n

papers by members, 39n, 273n, 297n

finances, operations, 40n, 162n, 297n, 656n

and Legaux, 42

and efforts against yellow fever, 70-1

collects astronomical data, 160, 161-2n

books presented to, 161n, 162n

TJ's report on megalonyx, 178, 232, 236-7, 297n

and study of magnetism, 273n

and trans-Mississippi west, 425

TJ, Franklin praised for association with, 515-16

TJ likes living near, 585

TJ's possible reference to, 623

and Livingston's steam apparatus, 656n

TJ's dues, 656n

American Revolution:

and British in Va., 62, 342, 518

principles of, 64, 242, 359-60, 394

France's participation in, 118

role of Quakers in, 228

Delaware Indians and, 310n

cockades worn during, 353

and Tory refugees, 619-20

American Universal Geography (Jedidiah Morse), 594

"Americanus" (pseudonym):

letter from, 255-62

attacks TJ, 255-62, 302-4

Ames, Fisher:

and Jay Treaty, 472-3n, 625n

speeches printed, distributed, 524

Amherst Co., Va.:

and TJ's grand jury petition, 40-1, 57, 255-62

sale of nails in, 446n

Amsterdam:

and Kosciuszko's funds, 292, 321, 378, 416, 453, 454, 461-2, 497

U.S. securities marketed in, 316n

Anacharsis. See Barthélemy, Jean Jaques, Abbé

Anatomy of the Human Body (William Cheselden), 594

Anderson, John (Fredericksburg, Va.):

on Logan affair, 101-2, 165

Anderson, Joseph:

in Senate, 121n, 176, 364, 673, 675

Anderson, Matthew, 303-4

Anderson, Richard Clough, 303-4

Andras, Catherine, xl

Andromache, xli

Anglo-Saxon language:

TJ's study of, 568-71

and study of law, 569, 570n

Northern Antiquities, 595

Annales of England (Francis Godwin), 595

Annapolis Convention (1786), 14, 155n, 190-1

Antifederalists, 621

Apology (Benjamin H. Latrobe), 225-6n

Appendix to the Notes on Virginia Relative to the Murder of Logan's Family:

as revision of Notes on Virginia, 7, 8, 264, 392, 419

S. T. Mason's text of Logan's speech, 38-9

documents printed in, 102n, 103n, 286n, 287n, 310n, 512n

TJ collects, verifies information for, 165

TJ's use of evidence challenged, 515n

See also Logan (Mingo Indian)

Archer, Mary Bolling (Polly, TJ's niece), 346, 367

Argus (New York), 217

Ariosto, 597n

Armstrong, John, 506, 508

Arnold, Benedict, 518

Arnold, Samuel:

and work at Monticello, 114, 145, 312

TJ's instructions for, 269, 271

letters from cited, 270n

letters to cited, 270n

artisans:

shortage of blacksmiths in Va., 28, 145, 183

coopers, 104, 350, 375

housejoiners, sawyers at Monticello, 269-71

tailors, shoemakers, 559

carpenters, rates of, 606, 619

See also Monticello

Asia: British excluded from ports of, 458

asses: and farm implements, 199, 208n

Association for Promoting the Discovery of the Interior Parts of Africa, 154n

astronomy: information from Europe, viii, 160-2, 178

Astronomy Explained upon Sir Isaac Newton's Principles (James Ferguson), 594

Astyanax, xli

atheism, 60

Atkyns, John Tracy: Reports of Cases, 594

attorneys, 128

Aupaumut, Hendrick, 249n

Aurora (Philadelphia):

mocked in cartoon, xliii

prints Hamilton's speech at Constitutional Convention, 14n subscriptions to, 25, 115, 183, 300, 614, 626

and Delamotte's Letter from France, 44-52, 245-6

covers Senate proceedings, 58-9

and TJ's comments on J. Wise, 99-100n

on politics of appointments, 112n

TJ's notes from, 125

prints pieces by T. Coxe, 168, 169n

prints president's message of 19 Mch., 191n

reports foreign news, rumors, 228n, 229n, 282n, 364n, 590n, 636n, 641n

publishes Senate bills, 324n

lambastes "Hail Columbia," 325n

publishes essays by "Sidney", 334-5n

and Alien and Sedition Acts, 341, 344, 395n, 667n

and Philadelphia election, 345n

viewed as TJ's mouthpiece, 439n

prints Callender letter, 523n

publication resumes, 583-5

prints Va. Resolutions, 590n

prints G. Logan's declaration, 611n

publishes Madison's essay, 619-20, 665

and Gerry, Talleyrand correspondence, 622, 624n

and "Junius" letters on Monroe, 637n

See also Bache, Benjamin Franklin

Austin, William, 524

Austria:

terms of Treaty of Campoformio, 11-12

peace with France, 124, 591, 664

and partition of Poland, 399, 400, 507, 508, 591

and talks of new coalition against France, 449-50

Azevedo, António de Araújo:

ordered to leave Paris, 11-12

and Portuguese-French diplomacy, 263, 267

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