Volume 30 Index

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Daily Advertiser (Philadelphia), 159

Dallas, Alexander J.:

aids Callender, 189

attends dinner in Philadelphia, 293

as Blount's attorney, 615-16n, 619n

Dalrymple, Sir John: Essay, 594

Dana, Francis, 647

Dana, Samuel W.:

and Blount impeachment, 84-5, 615n, 619n

in House debates, 472

Darmsdatt, Joseph:

supplies fish for Monticello, 461, 593

letters from cited, 461n

letters to cited, 461n

Davenport, Franklin, 666n

Davenport, William:

and renovation of Monticello, 114, 128, 166-7, 232, 269, 283, 312, 327

letters to cited, 115n, 129n, 327n

letters from cited, 167n, 327n

and TJ's return to Monticello, 381

and TJ's financial transactions, 604

Davie, William R., 557n

Davis, Augustine:

and annual election of state printer, 57-8

TJ refers to as Tory, 63

prints piece against Monroe, 403-4

See also Virginia Gazette and General Advertiser (Richmond)

Davis, Thomas T., 88n, 519

Davy, William, 83

Davy (b. 1755, TJ's slave): TJ's instructions to, 56, 114

Davy (TJ's slave): and work at Monticello, 269

Dawson, John:

and Monroe, 22, 120, 222-3, 246, 247n, 281-2, 329-30, 382, 400, 637n

and Madison, 96, 334, 642-3

as possible counter to "Scipio", 121

aids Kosciuszko, 196n, 314-15, 506, 508

and U.S. relations with Britain, 395n

living arrangement in Philadelphia, 439

Dayton, Jonathan:

sides with Federalists, 111, 112n

and Lyon-Griswold affair, 116

challenges Gallatin's patriotism, 301n

and declaration of war against France, 443n

votes, debates in House, 445n, 471, 472n

and rumors about Kosciuszko, 507, 508

and president's annual address, 611n

Dearborn, Benjamin, 617-18

debt:

imprisonment for, 10

debts, foreign, 122-3

debts, public:

plans to stop interest payments on, 279, 284, 300, 305

increased by defense measures, 388-9

See also United States: Public Finance

Decatur, Stephen, Sr., 447

Decisions of Cases in Virginia, By The High Court of Chancery (George Wythe), 594

Declaration of Independence:

similarities to Ky. Resolutions, 535

Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (Edward Gibbon), 595

Defence of the Constitutions of Government of the United States of America (John Adams), 368-9, 415-16

Dejanira, 158

De Jure Maritimo et Navali: or, A Treatise of Affairs Maritime and of Commerce (Charles Molloy), 594

Delamotte, F. C. A.:

letter from, 45-9

says France will not declare war, 44-52, 245-6

letter from, translated, 50-2

as vice consul at Le Havre, 119

forwards letters, 146-7

Delaware: and Madison's resolutions on Report on Commerce, 93n

Delaware (Lenni Lenape) Indians:

language, 86-7, 564

and Dunmore's War, 102, 513

J. Gibson's connections to, 288n

Christian converts killed, 305, 306n, 308

in Ohio, 305-10

See also Loskiel, George Henry

Delaware (ship), 447, 611n

Delaware River:

freezes over, 9, 87, 116, 122, 127, 128, 609, 618, 626, 633, 666

beginning to open, 54-6

democratic societies, 420, 565-7

Denmark:

relations with France, 47-8, 51-2, 245, 247, 248

trade with U.S., 147

and seizure of neutral vessels, 241, 397

TJ recommends Mallet's Northern Antiquities, 595

history of Danes in Britain, 597n

Dennis, John:

and Blount impeachment, 84-5, 615n, 619n

Derieux, Justin Pierre Plumard:

TJ gives financial assistance to, 29-30, 375

letter to cited, 30n

aided by Palisot de Beauvois, 516

Desear, Samuel, 104

Detroit:

Heckewelder at, 291, 306, 309

and Logan, 308-9

dictionaries, 568-70

Didot, Pierre and Firmin: develop printing process, 154n, 277n

See also Virgil

Difference between an Absolute and Limited Monarchy As it More Particularly regards the English Constitution (Sir John Fortescue), 569, 570n

Dinsmore, James:

hired as housejoiner at Monticello, 249, 269, 327, 381, 395, 421

introduced by TJ, 435

borrows book from TJ, 604

sends chimney piece to TJ, 613

Dinwiddie, Gov. Robert, 19-20, 32

dipping needle. See magnetism

Direct Tax (1798):

Congress considers, vii, 8, 9n, 10, 21-2, 281, 300, 327, 331, 341, 344, 360, 365, 367, 408, 411

opposition to, 158, 300, 581, 611n, 649, 664

as substitute for other revenues, 158

needed to pay for defense measures, 263-4, 267, 268, 270, 279, 323, 326, 397-8

TJ says will arouse the people, 305, 334, 335, 340, 388, 635, 649, 661

and XYZ affair, 348

TJ sends to Madison, 353, 368

terms and legislative history of, 354n, 624n

and undeveloped lands, houses, and slaves, 379, 394, 441-3, 624n, 678

on farmers' ability to pay, 405

anticipated revenue from, 447, 623, 627, 631, 634, 640, 663, 667

appointment of commissioners for, 450n

and fear of tax on windows, 623-4, 627

Discourses Concerning Government (Algernon Sidney), 595

dishes:

TJ purchases, 467n

Dismal Swamp:

Green Sea land investments, 318, 337, 351-2, 411, 459, 481, 496

canal, 352n

Divers, George, 628

Dixon, John, 39n, 321

Dobson, John, 316, 317n

Dobson, Thomas:

prints dispatches from U.S. envoys, 264n

books purchased from, 466n

Doctor and Student, or, Dialogues between a Doctor of Divinity and a Student in the Laws of England (Christopher Saint German), 594

Doctrine of Fluxions (William Emerson), 230-1, 234

Dombrowski, Stanislas: Kosciuszko's servant, 372n, 507, 508

Domestic Encyclopædia (James Mease):

includes TJ's description of moldboard plow, 207-8n

Domestic Encyclopædia (A. F. M. Willich), 207n

Donald, Alexander:

forwards seeds, 210

and Short's business affairs, 319, 320n, 494

obtains telescope, 609n

Donald, James and Robert, & Co., 609

Donald, Scott & Co., 609

Donald & Burton:

and Short's business affairs, 320n, 494

See also Brown, James Donath, Joseph, 343

Douglass, William: Summary, 595

Dove (schooner), 167, 192

Dover (Goochland Co., Va.):

T. M. Randolph's land at, 613

Dover tract (Va.): Short considers buying, 477, 493

Dresden, 454n

Droit des Gens (Emmerich de Vattel), 594

dry goods, 10

Duane, William:

edits Aurora, 583-5, 624n

See also Aurora (Philadelphia)

Dublin, Ireland:

Irish radical leaders in, 460n

Munford in, 597n

Duke, Henry:

and renovation of Monticello, 114, 283, 313

and work for T. M. Randolph, 114, 355, 593

letter to cited, 115n

TJ's payments to, 115n

Dulany, Daniel, Sr., 30

Dunbar, Robert, 311

Duncan, Andrew: Edinburgh New Dispensatory, 283

Duncan, David, 307

Dunmore, John Murray, fourth Earl of:

and Logan's speech, 7, 8, 43, 102, 103, 136-7, 138, 264, 291, 321, 512n

commands Va. militia, 76, 78n, 105-6, 137, 140, 142-3, 513-14

commissions, befriends M. Cresap, 105-6, 108

addresses Indians, 141

Dunmore's War:

causes, beginning of, 39, 74-8, 102, 137, 140-2, 306-10, 512-15

campaigns of, 105-7, 137, 511n

conclusion of, 106, 136, 138, 310n, 514

support for on frontier, 138-9

neutral Delawares caught in, 307, 310n

Logan takes revenge during, 309

Dunning, Tertius, 229n

Du Ponceau, Peter Stephen, 293

du Pont, Victor Marie:

refused exequatur, 380

and U.S.-French relations, 380n, 499, 501-3

departs for France, 393, 396

du Pont de Nemours, Éleuthère Irénée, 503n

Du Pont de Nemours, Pierre Samuel:

letter from, 501-3

plans to move to U.S., 501-3

Philosophie de L'Univers, 502-3

plans to settle in Va., 627

TJ praises, 627

Du Pont de Nemours family:

forms of name, 503n

Dutilh, E. (Philadelphia), 321

Dutilh, I. F. & J. (Amsterdam), 321, 504

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