Volume 30 Index

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Eagle tavern (Richmond, Va.), 111n

eastern states:

delegates from, at Annapolis and Constitutional Convention, 13-14, 190

merchant sentiment in, 111, 126

and prospect of war, 128, 241, 254

support Pickering, 173

attempt to divide union, 190, 388-9

elections in, 241-2, 267-8

and XYZ affair, 279, 283, 300

support Adams administration, 401-2

East India Company, 94n

"Ecclesiasticus":

TJ's notes on, 125

eclipses, 160

École d'Architecture Rurale (François Cointeraux), 578n

Eden, Sir Frederick Morton, 449

Edgehill (Randolph estate): building of house at, 28, 504-5, 593

Edinburgh: Callender flees from, 580, 584n

Edinburgh New Dispensatory (Andrew Duncan), 283

Edmonds, Elizabeth Short: Short sends watch to, 481-2, 577, 578n

Edmonds, Thomas, 482

education:

M. Cosway's school for Catholic children, 23

of slaveowners to promote emancipation, 151-2

Kosciuszko's plans for freed slaves, 332-3

in Va., 558-9

Edwards, Enoch, 246, 247n

Edwards, Jonathan, Jr.:

Observations on the Language of the Muhhekaneew Indians, 86, 87n, 238, 243

Eel River Indians, 86

Egypt:

French expedition to, occupation of, 399, 400, 458n, 603n, 623-5, 627, 631, 664, 666, 668

Eirenarcha, or, Of the Office of the Justices of Peace (William Lambarde), 594

Elder, George, 37n

election of 1796:

T. Coxe's role in, 10

accusations of fraud in, 581, 584n

Élémens de l'histoire ancienne (Claude François Xavier Millot), 595

Élémens de l'histoire de France (Claude François Xavier Millot), 595

Élémens de l'histoire moderne (Claude François Xavier Millot), 595

Élémens d'histoire naturelle et de chimie (Antoine François de Fourcroy), 594

Elements of Criticism (Lord Kames), 594

Elizabeth, N.J.: address on XYZ affair, 324n

elk, 294, 296

Ellicott, Andrew:

astronomical research, 160-2

pamphlet for surveyors, 162n

distrusted by Spanish, 425n

Elstob, Elizabeth:

Rudiments of Grammar, 569, 570n

embargo: discussed, 170, 673

by France, on U.S. vessels, 490, 497n

embezzlement, 59

Emerson, William: Doctrine of Fluxions, 230-1, 234

Enville, Louise Elisabeth de La Rochefoucauld, Duchesse d', 248

"Epaminondas" (pseudonym), 597n

Epictetus: works of, 594

Epistulae (Horace), 319, 320n

Eppes, Elizabeth Wayles (Mrs. Francis Eppes, TJ's sister-in-law):

letter to, 214-15

TJ's affection for, 116

TJ's regards to, 167, 235, 264, 391, 451, 599, 608

letter from cited, 215n

TJ unable to visit, 336

travels with daughter-in-law, 367

Eppes, Francis (TJ's brother-in-law):

TJ sends books to, 116

TJ sends respects to, 167, 264, 391, 451, 608

hopes for visit from TJ, 187-8, 336

TJ's affection for, 215

and renovations at Eppington, 235

son's marriage to Mary Jefferson, 319

at Chesterfield, 357

and Wayles estate, 428-30n, 459, 467-70

plans trip to Monticello, 587, 593

estimates price of land, 629

and TJ's finances, 629, 633

Eppes, John Wayles (TJ's son-in-law):

letters to, 115-16, 263-4, 335-6, 630-2

letters from, 587, 629, 639-40

TJ sends news, papers to, 14-16, 167, 263, 390, 607

letters from cited, 26n, 116n, 356n, 381n, 422n, 451n

and slaves, 28, 613

reports on wife's health, 44, 450-2, 587, 629

TJ gives chariot to, 116, 235

letters to cited, 116n, 587n, 629n, 669n

TJ's affection for, 214

health of, 248, 355-6

invited to, visits Monticello, 319, 336, 355-6, 357, 365, 367, 381, 382, 396, 421, 593, 599

marriage, 319

Barton sends respects to, 564

and sister's marriage, 587

TJ sends regards to, 599, 608

and sale of land, 613, 629, 632, 639

at Bermuda Hundred, 629, 632-3

and TJ's business affairs, 629

Eppes, Mary Jefferson (Maria, Polly, Mrs. John Wayles Eppes, TJ's daughter):

letters to, 14-16, 166-7, 235-6, 355-6, 390-1, 450-1, 451-2, 599, 607-8

letters from, 69-70, 187-8, 367-8, 632-3

health of, 14-15, 26, 28, 248, 355-6, 450-2, 587, 629, 632, 669

TJ advises on marriage, 15-16

watch crystal for, 16

and C. Church, 24-5

correspondence with TJ, 44, 115, 235, 367, 391, 630

La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt sends compliments to, 67, 68

TJ's affection for, 91, 116, 166-7, 264, 336, 450-2, 607, 632

TJ gives chariot to, 116, 235

longs to be reunited with sister, father, 187-8

harpsichord for, 192, 215, 248, 263-4, 282, 346, 356, 368, 390

TJ praises penmanship, 235

invited to, visits Monticello, 319, 336, 355, 357, 365, 381, 396, 421, 467

TJ reports marriage of, 319

sister's affection for, 347

Strickland sends regards to, 458

Short's regard for, 482

plans to reside at Mont Blanco, 639-40

Eppes family:

TJ's affection for, 16, 116, 214-15

TJ sends regards to, 236, 336, 391, 451, 599, 632

health of, 381

Eppington, Va.: postal service to, 452

Erie, Lake, 213

Esquisse d'un tableau historique des progrès de l'esprit humain (Marquis de Condorcet), 594

Essay on Colonization, Particularly Applied to the Western Coast of Africa (Carl Bernhard Wadström), 149

Essay on Crimes and Punishments (Cesare Bonesana Beccaria), 595

Essays on Poetical and Prosaic Numbers, and Elocution (John Mason), 594

Essays on the Principles of Morality and Natural Religion (Lord Kames), 594

Essay towards a General History of Feudal Property in Great Britain (Sir John Dalrymple), 594

Essay towards Facilitating Instruction in the Anglo-Saxon and Modern Dialects of the English Language (Thomas Jefferson), 570n

Essex Co., N.J.:

petitions against Alien and Sedition Acts, 666n

Ethis de Corny, Anne Mangeot (Mme Ethis de Corny), 23

Ettwein, John, 87

Etymologicon Linguæ Anglicanæ (Stephen Skinner), 568-9, 570n

Euler, Leonard, 160, 162n

Euripides, 597n

Europe:

U.S. relations with, 117

partition of, 156

scarcity of capital in, 183

and prospects of war, 227

American travelers in, 386, 437-8

plants of, compared to American, 456

British excluded from ports of, 458

support for newspapers in, 565

supply of tobacco in, 669

Eustace, John Skey, 637n

Evans, Cadwalader, 229n

Evans, Thomas:

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

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

avoids voting on war measure, 189-90, 193-4

Evans, Thomas (agent of Farell & Jones), 426, 428n

Ewing (Ewen), John: astronomical observations, 160, 162n

conversation with Adams, 608

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