Volume 30 Index

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Gahn, Henry, 331-2n, 383

Gale, Levin, 20

Gallatin, Albert:

depicted in political cartoon, xliii, 364 (illus.)

mocked by Cobbett, xliii

lays memorial before House, 229n

as target of Federalists, 299-300, 301n

opposes use of convoys, 301n

speech on provisional army bill, 472, 473n

and Munford, 596-7n

on Haitian independence, 637n

Gallego & Chevallie, 374 Ganges (ship), 379, 659-60

Gardner, Henrietta, 644n

Garnett, John, 110

Garrard, James, 533-4, 555n

Garrett, Alexander:

and TJ's financial transactions, 115n

and postal service at Charlottesville, 626-7

letters from cited, 627n

letters to cited, 627n

Gates, Horatio:

letter to, 123-4

letters from, 110-11, 146

invites TJ to visit, 110

and Kosciuszko, 110, 123, 146, 196n

praises Monroe, 110

and U.S. relations with France and Britain, 110, 123

health of, 124

and Munford, 596n

Gates, Mary Vallance (Mrs. Horatio Gates), 110, 124

Gatewood. See Greathouse, Daniel

Gautier, Jean Antoine:

letter to, 620-1

and Short, 482, 496

and Coxe, 620-1

Gazette of the United States (Philadelphia):

prints essays by Federalists, 11, 245-6

seen as Adams's mouthpiece, 185

Callender's opinion of, 188, 564-6

and XYZ affair, 251, 301n

prints president's addresses and replies to addresses, 279-80, 322-4n

reports on meeting of House Republicans, 301n

TJ sends to Madison, 349

and U.S. negotiations with France, 364n

criticizes TJ, 438-9

reports world news, 443, 445n

TJ's views on, 486

Gazzam, Mr., 679

Geddy (Gaddy), Mr., 132

Geismar, Baron von:

letters to cited, 316-17

letters from cited, 317n, 504

Gemm, Richard, 578

General Abridgement of Cases in Equity, 594

General History of Ireland, from the Earliest Accounts to the Death of King William III (John Huddleston Wynne), 595

Genera Plantarum (Carolus Linnaeus):

ordered by T. M. Randolph, 69, 283

Genet, Edmond Charles, 335

Genghis Khan. See Jenghiz Khan

Gentleman Farmer (Lord Kames), 594

geography: and political parties, 431-2

George (1730-1799, TJ's slave):

as manager at Monticello, 55-6, 312, 326

and tobacco crops, 56, 192, 282, 312

and altercation at Monticello, 68

T. M. Randolph's comments on, 79, 145, 312

and preparations for spring work at Monticello, 114, 128

sows clover at Monticello, 170

horses for, 177

directed to accommodate Arnold, 271

and discipline of workforce at Monticello, 385-6

health of, 669

George (1759-1799, TJ's slave):

manages nailery, viii-ix, 145, 290, 563, 638

TJ sends blacksmith's equipment to, 56

and nails for Madison, 95

illness, 563

George II, King of Great Britain, 6, 18-19

George III, King of Great Britain, 560, 620n

George, Reuben, 469n

Georgetown, Md.:

TJ travels through, 9, 410

TJ seeks to buy mules at, 283

and XYZ affair, 324n

Georgia:

tobacco from, 623, 626, 668

and congressional elections of 1798, 643

public sentiment in, 668

motion in Senate for committee on lands adjoining, 672

Germania (Cornelius Tacitus), 595

German language, 568-71

Germany:

and relations with France, 124, 666, 668

astronomy, 160-2

and prospect of war between U.S., France, 482, 496

French depredations in Swabia, 525n

Gerry, Elbridge:

letter to, 645-53

letter from, 577-8

Republican spirit of, ix, 645-53

in cartoon, xl, 364 (illus.)

conduct as envoy criticized, 174n, 339

characterized as weak, 185-6

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

remains in Paris, 219, 390, 393, 394, 396, 397

on conferences with Talleyrand, 364n

relations with Pinckney, Marshall, 393, 647

correspondence with Adams, 417-18, 422

corresponds with Talleyrand, 417-18, 422, 462, 463-5, 610, 614, 622, 624n, 631, 665

continues negotiations, 441, 449, 485-6, 648

Federalists oppose independent negotiation by, 444, 445n, 650

returns to U.S., 453-4n, 473, 487, 489, 499

and Short, 478, 481, 490-1, 496, 577

as political moderate, 479, 480

on Bank of Pennsylvania, 480, 495

prospect of solo envoyship, 490

and Duchesse de La Rochefoucauld, 496n, 577

delivers items, respects from Americans in France, 577-8

Senate confirmation, 578, 653

and Dutch proposal to mediate between U.S. and France, 611n

as Antifederalist, 621

Pickering, Adams comment on, 621

and Kosciuszko, 625

reports to Pickering, 631, 635, 640-1, 643, 648

relationship with TJ, 635, 645-50

correspondence with Talleyrand published, 636n, 638, 640-1, 648, 651n, 661-4, 667

keeps journal, 643

encouraged to assume prominent role, 649-50

See also XYZ affair

Gibbon, Edward: Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, 595

Gibbs, James: Rules for Drawing the Several Parts of Architecture, 604

Gibson, George, 288n

Gibson, John: letter to, 100-1

letters from, 26, 72

and Logan affair, 26, 72, 100-1, 288, 306

ties to Logan's family, 102, 135, 288n

translates Logan's speech, 102, 136-7, 142, 288n, 303-4, 340, 342

Gibson, Patrick:

prepares account for TJ's tobacco, 579n

See also Jefferson, George, & Co.

Gibson, Thomas (alias Moses Jackson), 461, 630

Gilbert, Sir Geoffrey: legal works of, 594

Giles, Jacob, 19

Giles, William Branch: and Monroe, 57, 89, 120-1

arrives in Philadelphia, 88

Madison sends regards to, 96

as possible counter to "Scipio", 121

and accounts of 1796 dinner, 246-7, 329

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

and Callender, 565-7

Gillespie, James, 557

Gilliat & Taylor (Norfolk), 265

Girty, Simon, 136

glass:

for bookcases, 69

Madison orders, 312, 343

Gnaddenhutten: massacre at, 305, 306n, 308

Godwin, Francis: Annales of England, 595

Goliah (TJ's slave), 43

Gooch, Sir William, 19

Goochland Co., Va.:

R. Morris purchases land in, 172n

and TJ's grand jury petition, 255-62

T. M. Randolph postpones trip to, 628, 637-8, 639

Goodhue, Benjamin:

critical of government affairs, 83-4

fails to attend Washington's birthday celebration, 156

on movement of government to Washington, 228, 229n

introduces bills on armed vessels, 364n, 409n

and relations with France, 395n

and Gerry's confirmation, 653

moves to publish instructions, 673

Gordon, William: History of the Rise, Progress, and Establishment, of the Independence of the United States of America, 619-20

Gordon, William (N.H.): and Blount impeachment, 84-5, 615n, 619n

Gotha, Germany: astronomical observations at, 161n

Gracchus, Gaius Sempronius, 463-4, 465

Grammer, T., 237n

Grand & Cie., 454n

Granger, Gideon, 344, 353

grapes: Legaux's varieties of, 42n

grasses: Peruvian winter, praised by TJ, 193

Grassi, Joseph, xli

Great Britain

Agriculture

TJ sends May wheat to British Board, 104, 132, 180-1, 591

publications of British Board sent to TJ, 197, 209n

and TJ's recognition by Board of Agriculture, 197-8

TJ refers to reports on, 200

TJ's description of moldboard plow for British Board, 201-5, 207-8n, 224

seeds sent to TJ, 209-11

Martin's drill sent to British Board, 252

Strickland on, 456-7

See also Sinclair, Sir John

Army

on frontier, before Revolution, 141

and invasion of Va. in 1780, 518

Economy

navigation acts, 72, 92, 93

looming crisis, 148, 161, 340, 343

and French decree of 18 Jan. 1798, 165, 490

advantages of British vessels in trade with U.S., 181

intention of France to destroy British commerce, 248, 457-8

and war expenses, 397

high national debt and land tax, 581-2, 584n

Foreign Relations

occupies Portuguese forts, 11-12

on colonial frontier, 18

trade with India allowed, 94n

Liston sent to Ottoman Empire, Batavian Republic, 223n

British evacuate Port-au-Prince, 438

rumors of peace talks with Spain, 449

and Republic of Venice, 509n

Ireland

uprising in, 383, 449, 457, 507, 508, 511, 623, 627, 631, 635, 664, 666

Irish radical leadership, 460

Laws

on criminal prosecutions and impeachment, 58-62

Navy

immensity, resurgence of, 46, 50, 65, 458

expenses of, 397, 665

cuts off trade between Spain and her colonies, 666, 668, 669

Parliament

and execution of Jay Treaty, 112, 334

petition for reform of, 368-9, 394

privileges of members, 620n

Politics and Government

prospects for changes in, 25, 66, 68, 174n

use of impeachment powers, 112

political divisions in, 212

Adams's opinion of, 368

courts of chancery, 413-14

balance of power in, 431

as dying despotism, 511, 589

allusion to English Civil War, 560

trial by jury, 615n

and Wilkes's prosecution, 620

Public Opinion

Kosciuszko acclaimed, xl-xli, 196n

Society

TJ studies law, history of, 568-70, 594-5, 597n

See also Whig Club of England

U.S. Relations with

interference with U.S. shipping, 25, 168, 170, 271, 288, 315-16, 393-5, 405, 408, 410, 485, 610, 613-14

and prospects of political change in Britain, 25

Delamotte's letter comments upon, 44-52

British gather intelligence in U.S., 71

earlier responses by Congress, 84

and American politics, 110, 303, 325n, 420, 442, 528

and British policies toward neutral shipping, 125

American commercial, political dependency, 158, 420

courts condemn vessels, cargoes, 169-70n, 395n

and U.S. naturalization of British subjects, 170

rumors of alliance, 227-8, 270, 448, 640, 641n

and XYZ affair, 251, 334n

and U.S. relations with France, 290, 447, 462, 464, 497, 500, 647

TJ said to be subverting, 304n

boundary issue, 346n

and Britain's war with France, 401

aided by U.S. anti-French legislation, 408, 410

undue influence of British in U.S., 414, 619-20

and bill to prevent landing of French passengers, 438-9

and refugees from Saint-Domingue, 440-1

and impressment of sailors, 610-11, 613

U.S. expenditures for treaties, 634, 667

and American popular perceptions, 641n

See also Jay Treaty

War with France

prospects for peace, 8, 56-7, 341, 344, 641n

prospects of French invasion, 25, 62-3, 101, 124, 146n, 156, 161, 190, 206, 213, 357, 365, 383, 388, 394, 397, 399-400, 408, 443, 445n, 449, 457-8

treatment of neutral nations, commerce, 118-19, 165-6, 397

impact on commerce, travel, 147, 181

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

France expected to prevail, 184

impact of French operations, 242

restrictions on U.S. shipping, 271

and W. Indies trade, 380n

and efforts to form new coalition in Europe, 449-50

high cost of, 581-2, 584n

destroys French fleet at Aboukir Bay, 603

and India, 664, 666, 668

Greathouse, Daniel: and murder of Logan's kin, 39, 102, 138, 140, 142, 285-8, 307, 511n, 512, 514-15

Greek language, 568

Green, Timothy, 9, 88

Greenbrier Co., Va.: fossils, 236, 293-7, 519

Greene, Nathanael, 196n

Greenleaf, James, 315-16, 503

Greenleaf, Thomas, 217, 644

Greenleaf's New York Journal, & Patriotic Register (New York):

TJ's notes from, 125

TJ subscribes to, 217, 644

Green Sea. See Dismal Swamp

Grey, Charles, 369n

Grice, Charles, 617n

Griffin, John Tayloe:

R. Morris purchases land from, 171-2

Currie's claim against, 366, 413-14

Griffin, Samuel, 596n

Griswold, Roger: confrontation with M. Lyon, viii, 87-8, 90, 111, 115-16, 117, 133, 164, 165, 241

groceries: sent by TJ from Philadelphia, 355, 356

Grove, William B., 557

Guenat, John B., 656n

Guiana, French: French deportations to, 302n

Guillemard, John, 623-5, 627

Gun, James, 666n

guns:

carried by slaves, 68

theft of, 79

Guthrie, William: New System of Modern Geography, 594

Gwin, Andrew:

letter to, 215

letter from, 219-20

and measurement of latitude, 159-60, 177-8, 215, 219-20, 236, 273

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