Volume 30 Index

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F

Facts and observations relative to sheep, wool, ploughs and oxen (Lord Somerville), 376n

Faden, William, 212, 457

Fairfax, George, 19

Farell & Jones:

and Wayles estate, 317n, 426-30

market tobacco, 427, 428n

farmers:

as legislators, 128

favor peace, 283, 316

plight of, 405

farm implements:

Caroline drill by T. Martin, 198-9, 310, 387

TJ sends to Britain, 198-9, 310, 387

animals for, 199

See also plow, moldboard; plows; threshing machines

Fast Day (9 May 1798):

proclaimed by Adams, 336n

in Philadelphia, 341-2, 344, 353

Fauchet, Jean Antoine Joseph:

Coup d'oeil sur l'état actuel, 7, 8n, 43

Sketch, 11, 62

Federal District:

U.S. Capitol, 225n, 255n

federal aid for buildings in, 228, 229n, 244-6, 673-4

Adams's views on, 275-6

investment in land in, 316n

Orphan's Court executes Kosciuszko's will, 333n

Washington visits, 369, 371

TJ expects to visit, 383

Federal Gazette & Baltimore Daily Advertiser (Baltimore), 486n

Federalist (Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison):

recommended by TJ, 595

Federalists:

prevail in Congress, government, vii, 363-4, 365, 368, 379, 397, 484-5

called tories, British party, viii, 40, 63-4, 98-100, 212-13, 216, 251n, 269, 290, 323, 325, 334n, 344, 359, 420, 444, 510, 521, 586, 598, 662

and impeachment of Blount, 10

threaten disunion, 83-4, 155

divisions within, 112n, 156, 173, 175, 182, 388, 441, 443n, 448, 560

condemn Barlow's letter to Baldwin, 174n

and president's message of 19 Mch. 1798, 189-90, 193-4

referred to as war party, 189-90, 193-4, 263, 267, 270, 279, 299, 300, 301n, 333-4, 363-4, 365, 384, 441

and Kosciuszko, 196n

seek to undermine TJ, 216

mocked by Latrobe, 226n

as party of Hamilton, 245

and XYZ affair, 245-6, 250-1, 275, 333, 353, 359, 363-4, 648, 649, 652n

Monroe sees ruin of, 254

and defense measures, 268, 279

legislative program of, 299-302, 305, 323

and patriotic songs, 325n

and foreign policy, 334-5n

call for war against France, 335

and newspaper attacks on TJ, 340, 392

and political turmoil in Philadelphia, 341-2

outmaneuvered in Fredericksburg meeting, 351

criticize Volney, 362n

and G. Logan's mission to France, 386n, 417-19, 630-1, 645-6, 651n, 658

and attacks on Monroe's conduct in France, 405

and Naturalization Act, 408

influence on J. Marshall, 417, 421

hold caucus, 441, 443n, 448

and elections of 1798, 442, 643

and Gerry, 444, 445n, 649-50, 652n

TJ's notes on arguments of, 471-3

described as Maratists, 485

minority in Ky., 519

in Va., 521-2, 524, 525n, 598

in N.C., 557

excessive expenses, taxes of, 588-9

and election of 1800, 597n

and elections of 1798, 643

TJ provides certificates for travel for, 662

Fénelon, François de Salignac de La Mothe-: Adventures of Telemachus, 82-3

Fennell, James:

letter to, 407

letter from, 391-2

performs Logan's speech, 30, 34n, 392n

identified, 391-2n

salt extraction plan, 391-2, 407

Fenno, John Ward:

publishes attack on Monroe's View, 11

prints dispatches from U.S. envoys, 264n

and dispute over Logan's speech, 285, 287-8

and attacks on TJ in press, 340, 392, 438-9

and Callender, 522n

prints attack on Callender, 566-7

prints Gerry's correspondence, 636n

See also Gazette of the United States (Philadelphia)

Fenwick, Joseph, 147

Ferguson, James: Astronomy, 594

feudalism, 434

fevers:

bilious, death from, 367

autumnal, in Va., 597

See also yellow fever

Field, Robert:

portrait of L. Martin, xxxix, 364 (illus.)

portrait of TJ, xxxix, 364 (illus.)

figs, 346

Findley, William:

Harper's motion to reprimand, 302, 304n

sends letter to constituents, 324n

absent from Congress, 363-4

fires:

TJ's notes on prevention of, 124-5

fish:

exported, 73, 502n

shad appear in Philadelphia, 236, 248

for Monticello, 461, 593

fisheries, U.S., 397

Fitch, Capt. Thomas (master of James), 147

Fitzhugh, Peregrine, 12-13

FitzSimons, Thomas:

organizes Philadelphia merchants, 268

serves on Jay Treaty commission, 623-5, 627

flags:

on presentation of French to U.S., 359-60

French, destroyed in Vienna, 450n

Fleming, John, 312

Fleming, Mary Randolph (Mrs. Tarlton Fleming), 346

Fleming & McClenahan: TJ's transactions with, 104, 105n, 167, 461n, 467n

Floridas, 490

flour: price, sales of, 10, 54, 56, 116, 128, 157, 158, 170-1, 282, 283, 305, 354, 357, 374, 405, 409, 411, 660

Fluvanna Co., Va.: and TJ's grand jury petition, 255-62

foodstuffs: as contraband, 125n

Forbes, John:

TJ's financial transactions with, 29, 375

letters from cited, 29n

letters to cited, 29n

Fortescue, Sir John: Difference between an Absolute and Limited Monarchy, 569, 570n

Fortescue Aland, Sir John:

preface to Fortescue's Difference, 569, 570n

Reports of Select Cases, 569, 570n

Fort Pitt. See Pittsburgh, Pa.

Foster, Dwight, 99n, 394-5

Foster, Theodore, 653, 679

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

Fowler, John, 519, 578n

Fox (Mechecaukis, Mechecouakis) Indians, 81

Foy, Edward, 7, 43

FRANCE

Directory

caricatured, xl, 364 (illus.)

decree of 18 Jan. 1798 on British goods, neutral vessels, 47, 49n, 51, 118-9, 165-6, 168, 191, 221, 245

and Gerry, 185, 393, 394, 396, 397, 621

TJ accused of criminal correspondence with, 247

and conduct of foreign policy, 348, 380n

influence in U.S., 417-19

arrêté of 31 July, 462n, 489, 659-60

at Luxembourg Palace, 500

and G. Logan's mission, 577n, 630-1, 658

See also XYZ affair

Economy

abolition of assignats, 23

book publishing, 153-4, 277, 319, 481

trade with U.S., 502-3n

Foreign Relations

terms of Treaty of Campoformio, 11-12

with Portugal, 11-12, 263, 267

with Venice, 12n, 443, 449, 584n

colonial empire in America, 18, 184

and Batavian Republic, 68n, 584n, 610-11

and Roman Republic, 68n

with Austria, 124, 449-50, 591, 664

with Germany, 124, 666, 668

with Spain, 184

with Switzerland, Helvetic Republic, 186, 187n, 584n

and Kosciuszko, 196n

as check on European despotism, 420

depredations in Germany, 525n

and Ottoman Empire, 664

and Russia, 664

National Institute of Arts and Sciences

sends Du Pont de Nemours to U.S., 501-3

and Palisot de Beauvois, 516

Politics and Government

Fructidor, 65-6, 67, 185, 300, 302n

Council of Five Hundred, 166n, 282n

will not return to monarchy, 174n

Louis XVIII claimant to throne, 185

stability, strength of, 186

lack of freedom of press, 300, 302n, 590n

sedition act, 300, 302n

and Monroe's departure, 402

Council of Elders, 502

U.S. Relations with

provocations by U.S., vii, 66, 67, 631, 640, 647-8, 664, 665

and Saint-Domingue, xl, 440-1, 640, 663-4

prospects of invasion of U.S., xliii, 364 (illus.), 416

interference with U.S. shipping, commerce, 25, 354, 364n, 485

prospects for war, possibilities of peace, 35-6, 53, 64-5, 95, 115, 120, 126, 165-6, 170, 182, 217, 227-9, 231-2, 241-2, 245, 247, 248, 252, 254, 270, 281, 289-90, 300, 305, 318, 335, 339, 340, 364, 365, 377, 379-80, 384, 392-3, 404-5, 414-15, 441-3, 448, 474, 484-6, 610, 668

Delamotte's letter on, 44-52, 247

hindrances to reconciliation, 83, 348

French privateering, 88-9, 315-16, 380n, 381, 410, 447, 462n, 463, 464-5, 489, 490, 499, 613-14, 659-60

burning of U.S. vessel, 90

evaluated by H. Gates, 110

attempts to exclude U.S. shipping, 124, 126

detains U.S. vessels, 146

and decree of 18 Jan. 1798, 165-6, 181, 183, 189

Barlow and, 174-5, 183, 219, 499, 501

effects of Pinckney reappointment, 174n, 185

F. Skipwith assesses, 183-7

French ambitions in America, 184

and war with Britain, 184, 217, 340, 401

Pinckney, Marshall undermine Directory, 185

and U.S. military preparations, 193-4, 581-4, 621, 631

lobbying by Kosciuszko, G. Logan, Volney, 196n, 386n, 453, 499-500, 611n

and American politics, 250-1, 420, 511, 598n, 644

and Adams's addresses to Congress, 263, 267, 269, 274-5, 335

and spoliation claims, 267

treaties, 267-8, 336n, 338, 437, 445n

and American opinions of French government, 283

French citizens leave U.S., 319, 323, 326, 379-80, 396

mismanagement of, 319, 416, 420-1, 489

U.S. passes anti-French legislation, 363-4, 365, 368, 379, 381, 393-4, 396, 397, 404-5

U.S. suspension of trade, 379-80, 393-4, 405, 408, 410, 636-7n, 640, 663, 665, 667

Adams ends negotiations, 418, 421-2

TJ criticized as pro-French, 439n

potential U.S. declaration of war, 444, 445n

U.S. captures privateer, 447

France desires peace, 462-5, 485-6, 489, 496, 497, 498-501, 516, 558, 586, 614, 621, 622, 631, 635, 640-1, 648-9, 658-9, 661-2, 663-4, 665

role of Adet, 462-5, 499

undermined by British, 462, 464, 497, 500

and proposed U.S. seizure of French property, 477, 483n

embargo on American ships, 490, 497n

importance of U.S. actions, 490

and V. du Pont, 499

and balance of trade, 502-3n

Americans rumored to be leaving France, 517

Munford as French agent, 596-7n

terms for negotiations, 604-5, 606-7, 611n

Batavian Republic offers to mediate, 610-11

seizes U.S. vessel, 610

refusal to receive C. C. Pinckney, 621

and Haitian independence, 635, 637n

Pickering calls peace professions empty, 636n

See also Adams, John: President; Gerry, Elbridge; Jay Treaty; Talleyrand-Périgord, Charles Maurice de (Bishop of Autun); XYZ affair

War with Britain

prospects of peace, 8, 56-7, 341, 344

preparations for conquest of Britain, 25, 62-3, 66, 67, 101, 124, 146n, 156, 168, 190, 206, 213, 357, 365, 383, 388, 394, 397, 449

treatment of neutral nations, commerce, 47, 49n, 51, 118-9, 125, 165-6, 168, 170, 221, 245, 281, 282n, 397, 490

impact on transatlantic travel, 147

conflict approaching a climax, 165, 217, 340, 343, 383

France expected to prevail, 184

attempts to disrupt British trade, 248, 457-8

as offensive or defensive, 338

and W. Indies trade, 380n

invasion of Britain abandoned, 400n

fleet assembles at Brest, 443, 445n, 449

rumors of military movements, 443, 445n

formation of new coalition, 449-50

assistance to Ireland, 460, 597n, 631-2

destruction of French fleet at Aboukir Bay, 603

rumors of French submission, 641n

and India, 664, 666, 668

See also Egypt

Francis, John:

cares for letter, 410

account with, 436, 644n

TJ's regard for, 585

Francis, Mrs. John, 585

Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor:

signs Treaty of Campoformio, 11, 47, 51

and relations with France, 449

Francis's hotel:

residents at, 14n, 511n

TJ criticizes Wise at, 63, 98

TJ stays at, 436, 439, 585

TJ receives visitors at, 484

location, 585n

Franklin, Benjamin:

and APS, 297n, 515-16

characterizes Adams, 405-6

praised by TJ, 484

Frederick Co., Va.:

H. B. Trist's impressions of, 177

Fredericksburg, Va.:

postal service at, 9, 27, 56, 88, 117, 282, 325, 627

reliable postal rider for, 90, 92

district court in, 254-5, 311

meeting of merchants in, 351

and XYZ affair, 359

and TJ's trips to, from Philadelphia, 390, 604, 605n

newspapers at, 603

Freeman, Nathaniel, Jr., 363-4

Freire, Cipriano Ribeiro:

grants passport, 195n

letter from cited, 195n

letter to cited, 195n

French language:

G. Taylor as translator of, 129

TJ's reticence in using, 319-20

and XYZ envoys, 490-1

French Revolution:

Terror caricatured, xl, 364 (illus.)

response of Adams and Washington to, 117

Palisot de Beauvois proscribed, 297n

TJ condemned as missionary of, 304n

Adams assesses, 359-60

prospects for failure of, 408

as check on European despotism, 420

TJ's support for, 647

Freneau, Philip, 226n

Friends, Society of:

and votes on war measures, 194

and peace petition, 228, 229n

petition for reform of Parliament, 369n

"Friend to Justice": attacks Monroe, 404n

"Fright of Astyanax" (Benjamin West):

owned by TJ, xli-xlii, 364 (illus.)

fruit, 193

fruit trees:

at Monticello, 193

bloom late in Philadelphia, 248

hurt by frost, 290

pests of, 340-1

furniture:

bookcases, 69

Windsor sofa, 282, 337, 350

chairs, 343, 362

furs: given by Kosciuszko, 331

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