Volume 30 Index

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Cabell, Samuel J.:

and TJ's grand jury petition, 260

absent from Congress, 279, 281, 299, 305, 311, 341, 344, 363-4, 394

sends letter to constituents, 324n

and congressional seat for Monroe, 363

as representative, 635, 641-2

Cabot, George, 155, 324-6

Cacapon River: ice caves on, 455

Caesar, Julius:

as conqueror, 123

Commentaries, 595

Caffery, John, 158, 159n

Cairo:

Housa compared to, 154n

Callender refers to, 564

Caldwell, John W., 555n

Caldwell, William, 76-7

calendars: changes in, 161

Call, Daniel: and suit against B. Henderson's heirs, 621-2

Callender, James Thomson:

letter to, 558-9

letters from, 188-9, 521-3, 564-7, 580-5

edits Aurora, 45, 100n

Sketches of the History of America, 115, 188-9

Sedgwick & Co., 188-9, 565-7

seeks, receives financial assistance from TJ, 188-9, 277n, 522, 558-9, 561, 586

Madison sends publication to, 368, 394

gains U.S. citizenship, 393

children of, remain in Philadelphia, 521, 565

flees to Va., 521-3

criticizes Republicans, 565-7

reports on debates in House, 565-7

and XYZ affair, 580-4

plans for publications, 582-3

Political Progress of Britain, 595

Callender, Mrs. James Thomson, 565-6

Cambridge University, 287n

Camden (Cambden), William: History of Elizabeth, 595

Camden, N.C.: shipwrecked vessel carried to, 617, 622

Campbell, Mrs. (Hylton's daughter), 69-70

Campbell, Arthur: letter from, 71

and foreign influence in postal service, 71

Campbell, John, 288, 318, 555n

Campoformio, Treaty of, 11-12, 47, 51

canals:

in Maryland, 70n

in Batavian Republic, 149

Latrobe works on, 225, 523-4

tolls for, 375, 579

proposed, in Albemarle Co., 523-4, 561-2

See also James River Company

Canasatego (Onondaga Indian), 18

Cannibals' Progress (William Cobbett): influence of, xliii, 524, 525n

cannon, 229n, 280n, 674

Capitol, U.S. See Federal District

Carey, James:

publishes Daily Advertiser, 159

payments to, 301n

letter to cited, 354n

praised by Callender, 566

See also Carey's United States Recorder (Philadelphia)

Carey, John:

letters from cited, 237n

letter to cited, 237n

Lloyd's System of Short-Hand, 237n

Official Letters to the Honorable American Congress, 237n

Carey, Mathew:

letter to, 237

provides TJ with brother's address, 237

Carey's United States Recorder (Philadelphia):

and XYZ dispatches, 251

subscriptions to, 300, 301n, 334, 353, 354n

prints Callender letter, 523n

ceases publication, 614

See also Carey, James Carlyle (Carlisle), John, 19

Carmichael, William, 673

Caroline County, Va.: E. Pendleton's address to freeholders of, 662n

opposes Alien Friends Act, 662n

Carpathian Mountains: ice caves in, 455

Carr, Hester (Hettie) Smith Stevenson (Mrs. Peter Carr):

accompanies husband, 80

TJ sends respects to, 268

and TJ's plans to visit, 504

Carr, John (b.1753), 333n

Carr, Martha Jefferson (Mrs. Dabney Carr, TJ's sister), 188, 368

Carr, Peter (TJ's nephew):

letters to, 266-8, 422-3

letter from, 338-9

rears son from wife's first marriage, 63

illness of, 79-80

TJ sends news of XYZ affair to, 266-8

letters to cited, 268n, 423n

views U.S. as hostile to France, 338-9

health of family, 406

and Kinsolving's debt to TJ, 422-3

and TJ's plans to visit, 504

celebrates Christmas, 628

Carr, Samuel, 406

Carr, Thomas:

and TJ's accounts, 423n

signs TJ's petition, 574n

carriages: TJ's chariot, 116, 235

carriage tax: revenues from, 631, 634, 640, 663, 667

Carrington, Edward C., 524, 525n

Carrsbrook (Carr estate), 80, 406, 504

Carstairs, Thomas:

letter to, 255

TJ recommends bricklayer to, 255

estimates for construction of U.S. Capitol, 255n

Carter, Ann Butler, 470

Carter, Blaise, 494

Carter, Charles (of Shirley), 470

Carter, Edward (d. 1792):

estate of, 493, 613

See also Blenheim (Carter estate)

Carter, Edward (Ned): and land for W. Bache, 613, 658

Carter, George (of Corotoman), 470n

Carter, Maria Farley (Mrs. William Champe Carter), 483

Carter, William Champe, 483

cartoons: political, xxxix-xl, xliii, 364 (illus.)

Cary, Robert, & Co., 218

Cary, Wilson Miles, 301n

Cases Argued and Adjudged in the High Court of Chancery (Thomas Vernon), 594

Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery (Francis Vesey), 594

Catherine II (the Great), Empress of Russia, 238

Catholic Church: M. Cosway's devotion to, 23

Catlett, Kemp: and land for W. Bache, 613, 658

cattle, 208n

Cayuga Indians, 309, 310n

census:

and enumeration of slaves, 442

bill providing for, 678

Chambers, James, 285-7

Champlain, Samuel de: Voyages de la Nouvelle France, 284, 313, 341, 345-6

Chapman, Nathaniel, 19

Charleston, S.C.: attack by French privateer at, 88

Charlottesville, Va.:

postal service at, 26-7, 117, 626-7, 667

sales of TJ's nails at, 446

proposed canal to Milton, 523-4, 561-2

protests Alien and Sedition Acts, 532

TJ describes, 559

construction of house at, 613

New Year's Day ball, 628

Chase, Samuel, 293

Chatterton, Thomas, 571n

Chauncy, Charles, xxxix

chemistry: revolutions in, 161, 211

Chenowith, John, 139

Chenowith, Thomas, 139

Cherbury, Edward Herbert, Baron of: Life and Reign of King Henry the Eighth, 595

Cherokee Indians, 325

cherries: at Monticello, 346

Cheselden, William: Anatomy of the Human Body, 594

Chestnut Street Theatre (New Theatre Philadelphia), 325n, 392n

Chewning (Chuning), Reuben, 603

Chickasaw Indians, 82n

children:

Indian, as victims of white violence, 4, 103, 135, 288n, 306-7, 514

game of goose for, 44, 92, 355

in danger along frontier, 76, 135, 138

white, killed by Indians, 77

warrior maligned as killer of, 138

effects of slavery on families, 152

in emancipation plans, 153, 332

illnesses of, 483, 605

and education in Va., 558-9

care of, 628

See also Randolph, Anne Cary (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Ellen Wayles, II (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Thomas Jefferson (TJ's grandson)

Chillicothe (Chiliothi), treaty of, 106, 137, 138, 514

Chipman, Nathaniel:

elected to U.S. Senate, 10

Sketches of the Principles of Government, 595

Chippewa Indians. See Ojibwa (Chippewa) Indians

Christianity: and slavery, 152

Church, Angelica Schuyler (Mrs. John Barker Church):

letter to, 23-4

TJ's friendship with, viii, 23-4

letters from cited, 24n

Church, Catherine (Kitty):

letter to, 24-5

and TJ's daughters, 16, 24-5, 70

TJ's affection for, 24-5

letter from cited, 25n

Church, John Barker, Jr., 23, 24-5

Church, John Barker, Sr., 23

Church, Philip, 23, 24-5

Cicero, Marcus Tullius: works, 594

"Cinque-Tetes, or the Paris Monster": cartoon, xxxix-xl, 364 (illus.)

ciphers:

coded XYZ dispatches, 166n

used by TJ, Kosciuszko, 376-7, 416

Cisalpine Republic, 12n, 47, 51

cities: danger of political passions in, 213

citizenship:

U.S., and impeachment, 126

as opposite of slavery, 149-51

City Point (Prince George Co., Va.), 639

civil liberties, 348

Clare, John Fitzgibbon, first Earl of, 460n

Clark, Bowling:

sells wheat, 28

sends tobacco to Richmond, 282

letters from cited, 284n, 407n

sends produce to Monticello, 312

and TJ's business affairs, 407

letters to cited, 407n

Clark, Daniel:

and appointments for Miss. Terr., 280-1

intermediary for Nolan, 426n

Clark, Mrs. Daniel, 281

Clark (Clarke), George Rogers:

relationship with M. Cresap, 106-7

as source for Notes on Virginia, 216

and TJ's account of Logan's speech, 216, 509-15

letter to S. Brown, 509, 512-15

TJ's use of evidence from, 515n

Clark, Thomas, 672

Clarke, Samuel:

letters to, 526, 562

letter from, 446

account with TJ, 231, 398, 446, 526-7, 529, 562

letters from cited, 398n, 446n

letters to cited, 398n, 446n

travels to Greenbrier, 562n

Clarke, William, 562n

Clarkson, Julius, 604, 608

Clay, Mr., 578n

Clay, Matthew:

absent from Congress, 299, 305, 341, 344, 363-4, 394

death of wife, 299

sends letter to constituents, 324n

Claypoole's American Daily Advertiser (Philadelphia), 336n

"Clay Pot and the Iron Pot" (La Fontaine), 47, 49n

clergy: benefit of, under British law, 60

Clérisseau, Charles Louis, 45

clocks, 644n

Clopton, John: absent from Congress, 279, 281, 299, 311, 394

clothing: theft of TJ's, 79

clover:

as feed for horses, 132

in TJ's crop rotation plan, 210-11

clover seed:

ordered by, sent to TJ, 167, 170, 183, 220

box for seeding, 199-200

TJ sends to Strickland, 456

Cobbett, William:

as Bache's adversary, xliii

Cannibals' Progress, xliii, 524, 525n

political influence, xliii

publishes L. Martin's attacks on TJ, 78

dispute with McKean, Irujo, 194n

mocked in Latrobe play, 226n

warns against peace petition, 229n

criticizes letters by Republican congressmen, 324n

urges wearing of black cockades, 342n

and Callender, 523n

pro-British writing, 583-5

translation by, 616n

See also Porcupine's Gazette (Philadelphia)

cockades:

worn in Philadelphia, 341-2, 344, 353

as political symbol, 565

Cocke, John Hartwell, 333n

Cocke, William, 653

Codman, Richard, 624n, 630

coffee: effects of drinking, 79

coinage:

legislation on foreign, 8, 10, 671

expected revenue from, 634, 671

coins: theft of TJ's, 79

Cointeraux, François: École d'Architecture Rurale, 578n

Coit, Joshua: and naturalization act, 299, 301n

Coke, Sir Edward: works, 594

Coles, John, 475, 493

Collin, Nicholas, 656n

Collot, Georges Henri Victor: as Federalist target, xliii, 300, 362n

Columbian Mirror and Alexandria Gazette, 523n

Colvard (Calvert), Benjamin, Jr., 271

Commentaries (Julius Caesar), 595

Commentaries on the Laws of England (William Blackstone), 58-61

Commercial Advertiser (New York), 246n, 577n

common law: and seditious libel, 187n

comptroller. See Steele, John (comptroller of treasury)

Condorcet, Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas de Caritat, Marquis de:

and Smith's Wealth of Nations, 194n

Esquisse d'un tableau, 594

Condy, Jonathan W., 85n

Conhawa. See Kanawha River

Connasatego. See Canasatego (Onondaga Indian)

Connecticut:

and Madison's resolutions on Report on Commerce, 93

mules from, 114

protests against stamp tax in, 156-7

TJ characterizes politics of, 156-7

Republican newspapers in, 227, 228-9n, 241

congressmen from, advocate salt tax, 279

elections in, 344, 353

and disagreements among states, 388-9

J. Taylor praises government of, 431

selection of jurors in, 575n

cedes land to U.S., 678

Connecticut Society of Arts and Sciences, 87n

Connolly, John: and Dunmore's War, 75, 78n, 513-14

Constantine, 125

Constantinople:

Philadelphia compared to, 521

inaccurate news from, 625n, 627, 631

Constellation (U.S. frigate), 636n

Constitution (U.S. frigate), 263-4, 636n

Constitutional Convention:

motivations of delegates to, 13-14, 155n, 190-1

Madison's notes on, 14, 623

various notes on, 14n

discussions of enumerated powers in, 173

national bank as crucial issue in, 173

Hamilton's influence in, 303

Constitution of the United States:

Va. proposes amendments to, 40-1, 54

amendments to, introduced in Senate, 53-4, 55n, 679

Sixth Amendment, 53-4, 58, 61

and trial by jury, 53, 90, 614-15

and impeachment, 61, 91, 163, 405, 614-15

division of powers in, 98-100, 256-62, 301n, 323, 471-3

and the Senate, 126

and power to erect corporations, 173

and power to grant copyrights, patents, 173

and power to declare war, 190, 191-2, 239-40, 279-80

and rise of political parties, 212-13

and republicanism, 303, 646, 651n

and Federalist policies, 334n

and Alien and Sedition Acts, 393, 519, 521n, 534, 536-55, 557n, 584n, 589, 666n

freedom of speech, press, religion, 395n, 536-7, 542n, 544-5, 551, 646, 651n

role of states in preserving, 434

and position of commander in chief, 440

clause on slave trade, 535, 537-8, 545, 552

as compact of states, 536, 539-41, 543-5, 547-9, 550-1, 553-5, 646, 651n

TJ forecasts threats to, 559-60

and XYZ affair, 581

TJ proposes amendment to prohibit borrowing, 589

and Va. Resolutions, 590

and laws of Congress, 601-2

interpretation of, 62

constitutions, 431-3

consuls, 674

Continental army, 518

Cooke, Rev. James, 252

Coolidge, Ellen Randolph. See Randolph, Ellen Wayles, II (TJ's granddaughter)

Cooschachking. See Coshocton, Ohio

copying press, 466n

copyright, 173

Corbin, Francis:

supports L. Martin, 285-7, 327

criticizes TJ, 286-7n

identified, 287n

letters from cited,287n

letters to cited, 287n

opposes memorial from Caroline Co., Va., 662n

corn:

exported from N.C., 73

supplies of, 114, 192

Indian, in TJ's crop rotation plan, 210

TJ buys, 231

price of, 312-13

exhausts soil, 318

Cornstalk (Shawnee Indian), 136, 138

corporations, 173

corruption:

in France, 263, 266-7, 269, 283

and party politics, 431-4

in Britain, 641n

Coshocton, Ohio, 307-8

Cosway, Louisa Paolina Angelica, 23

Cosway, Maria Hadfield (Mrs. Richard Cosway), xli, 23, 578n

Cosway, Richard, xl-xli

Coulter, Thomas, 37n

Coup d'oeil sur l'état actuel des nos rapports politiques avec les États-Unis de l'Amérique Septentrionale (Joseph Fauchet):

printed in English by Bache, 7, 8n

TJ sends to J. Page, 43

Cours de physique experimentale et mathematique (Petrus van Musschenbroek), 594

Course of Lectures on Elocution (Thomas Sheridan), 594

Coxe, Tench:

removal from commissionership, 10

praised by TJ, 125

publishes articles signed "An American Merchant," 125, 168, 169n

and dinner for Philadelphia bar, 293

to visit Paris, 620-1

hopes to establish Republican paper, 637n

Craddock, Rev. Mr. (Md.), 74

Craik, William, 472

cranberries, 249

Cresap, Daniel, 19

Cresap, Hannah Johnson, 5, 17

Cresap, Joseph, 137-9, 143

Cresap, Mary Whitehead, 74, 107

Cresap, Michael:

defended by L. Martin, 4, 20, 73-8, 105-10, 133-43

and attacks on Indians, 12-13, 39, 72, 73-8, 102, 139, 142, 285-8, 306-8, 510, 512-15

and deaths of Logan's kin, 34, 38, 100, 101, 103, 134, 135, 140, 142-3, 216, 264, 329, 511n, 514-15

biographical information, 74-8, 107-8

and Lord Dunmore, 105-6, 108

nephews of, 106, 137, 143

reputation among Indians, 307-8

Cresap, Michael (nephew), 106, 143

Cresap, Thomas:

defended by L. Martin, 3-6, 16-21, 30-4, 143

biographical information, 4-6, 16-21

and Ohio Company, 18-20, 33

relationship with Indians, 20, 30-4, 513

uninvolved in murder of Logan's kin, 20, 30, 100

and Logan's speech, 38, 134, 264

and M. Cresap, 78

and American Revolution, 107

mentioned, 74, 107, 109

Cresap, Thomas, Jr., 20

crimes and punishments, 59-61

Croft, Sir Herbert:

letter to, 568-71

Letter . . . On the English and German Languages, 568-71

plans dictionary, 568-70

Love and Madness, 570-1n

Cromwell, Oliver, 560n

Crowell, Silvanus, 672

Croyable (French ship): renamed Retaliation after capture by Delaware, 447, 611n

Culpeper Co., Va.: TJ passes through, 9

Cumberland River: and mammoth remains, 158, 159n

Cunningham, Timothy: Law of Bills of Exchange, 594

Curles (Randolph estate), 493

currants: at Monticello, 346

currency:

bill to use foreign coins as, 8, 10

See also money

Currie, James:

letter from, 171-2

asks TJ's help in recovering debt, 171-2, 356-7, 363n, 366-7, 413-14, 576, 616

in bad health, 172

letters from cited, 172n, 357n, 367n, 414n

letters to cited, 172n

Cuskuskee. See Kuskuski

Cutting, Nathaniel:

letters from, 118-9, 498-501

urged to take up consulship, 48

on U.S.-French relations, 118-19, 498-501

plans to return to Le Havre, 119

Czartoryski, Adam Kazimierz, Prince, 372n

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