Volume 30 Index

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Habington, Thomas: Historie of Edward the Fourth, 595

Haden, Mr.: and renovation of Monticello, 271

Hague, The: Short's service at, 487

"Hail Columbia" (Joseph Hopkinson), 325

Hale, Sir Matthew: History of the Common Law, 594

Hales, Stephen: Vegetable Staticks, 594

Hamburg, Germany:

La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt writes from, 65-8

and correspondence between U.S., Europe, 482, 496

G. Logan travels through, 645

Hamilton, Alexander:

at Constitutional Convention, 13-14

dispute with Monroe, 22n, 89, 637n

and Britain, monarchy, 172-3, 560, 606-7

mocked in Latrobe play, 226n

Reynolds affair, 226n

pseudonyms ascribed to, 245-6, 276, 323

offered U.S. Senate seat, 300, 302n, 305, 323-4, 334, 353

influence on American politics, 303, 388, 420

and J. Marshall, 417

appointed inspector general of army, 440, 450n

and rumor of G. Logan mission to France, 577n

on suspected French agent, 596n

and president's annual address to Congress, 610-11

and Knox's resignation from army, 612n

mentioned, viii, 625n

Hamilton, William, 581, 584n

Hanbury, Capel, 467-70

Hanbury, John, 18-19, 469n

Hanbury, John, & Co., 467-70

Hanbury, Osgood, 467-70

Hannibal (ship), 659

Hanover:

and Treaty of Campoformio, 11, 46

astronomical observatory, 160, 162n

Hanse Towns, 47, 51

Hanson, Richard, 426-30

Hardin, John, 78

hardware: Madison orders, 312, 343-5, 358-9, 380, 384, 394, 409, 418

Harper, Robert Goodloe:

introduces foreign intercourse bill, 54n

and Blount impeachment, 84-5, 615-16n, 619n

and Lyon-Griswold affair, 88n, 164

and Stamp Act, 156-7

on U.S. relations with France, 227, 228n, 231, 417-19

on naturalization and citizenship, 301n

attacks Findley, TJ, 302-4

and provisional army, 336n

and Direct Tax, 354n

resolutions on finances, 409n, 410-11

supports defense measures, 444, 445n, 472

supports delegation of powers to president, 473n

speeches printed, distributed, 524

praises Senate as anchor of government, 615-16

and G. Logan's mission to France, 622, 624n

Harpers Ferry: arsenal for, 224-5

harpsichords:

for Mary Eppes, shipped to Monticello, 192, 215, 248, 265, 282, 312, 346, 356, 368, 375, 390

comparisons of, 215, 346, 390

Harris, Mr., 76

Harris, James, first Earl of Malmesbury, 46, 50

Harris, Jordan:

and TJ's business affairs, 103, 179, 220

letters from cited, 105n, 179n

letters to cited, 105n, 179n

Harrison, Benjamin (governor of Va.), 518n

Harrison, Benjamin, Jr.:

letter to, 411

letter from, 459-60

and Short's affairs, 351-2, 411, 459-60, 495, 558

Harrison, Carter Bassett, 157n

Harrison, Richard:

and charges against Monroe, 246

and Short's salary, 298, 317, 330

Harrison & Sterett (Van Staphorst & Hubbard's agent), 503

Harvie, John:

letter to, 337

letter from, 351-2

TJ's financial transactions with, 29-30, 375

and Short's business affairs, 318, 337, 351-2, 411, 459, 481, 496, 558

letter to cited, 337n

letter from cited, 352n

marriage of daughter, 438n

Haskill, Jonathan, 680

Hatsell, John: Precedents of Proceedings in the House of Commons, 595

Hauteval, Lucien:

as "Z", 251n, 523

See also XYZ affair

Havre. See Le Havre, France

Hay, Mr.: bottles beer for TJ, 104, 362

Heath, John, 524

Hebrew, 86

Heckewelder, John:

letter to, 264-5

letters from, 291, 305-6

observes Indians, 87

and TJ's account of Logan's speech, 264-5, 285, 288, 291, 305-10

identified, 265n

memorandum on Logan affair, 306-10

Hector, xli

Helvetic Republic, 186, 187n

Hélvetius, Claude Adrien: Œuvres complètes, 594

Hemings, Critta (ca. 1783-1819): purchased by T. M. Randolph, 604n

Hemings, Harriet (1795-1797), 28, 43

Hemings, John: and renovation of Monticello, 269, 271

Hemings, Sally: death of Harriet, 28, 43

Hemsley, William, Jr., 227

Henderson, Bennett (d. 1793):

mill canal, 561

TJ's suit against heirs of, 622n, 669

Henderson, Bennett Hillsborough, 622n, 669

Henderson, Charles, 622n, 669

Henderson, Eliza (Elizabeth), 622n, 669

Henderson, Frances, 622n, 669

Henderson, Isham, 622n, 669

Henderson, James, 622n, 669

Henderson, John, 622n, 669

Henderson, Lucy, 622n, 669

Henderson, McCaul & Co.: TJ indebted to, 411-12, 579

See also Lyle, James

Henderson, Nancy Crawford, 622n, 669

Henderson, Sally (Sarah), 622n, 669

Henderson, William, 622n, 669

Henry, John: and Logan affair, 216, 392-3, 419

Henry, Patrick:

debates Corbin, 287n

Green Sea land speculation, 352, 459n

Herald of Liberty (Washington, Pa.), 286n

Hercules, 158, 583

heresy, 59

Herhan, Louis Etienne:

develops printing process, 154n, 277n

See also Virgil

Herschel, Sir William, 178

Higginbotham, David:

and postal service at Milton, 27

factor of Rives & Co., 28-9

letters from cited, 29n

letters to cited, 29n

Higginson, Stephen, Jr.: carries letters, 154n, 475, 482n

Higginson, Stephen, Sr., 482n

Hillhouse, James:

and alien bill, xliii, 300, 301n, 674

TJ's comments on, 84, 615-16

and aid for Federal District, 245

and Conn. election, 353

and Gerry's confirmation, 653

Hinde, Robert: Modern Practice of the High Court of Chancery, 594

Hindman, William, 264n

Hispaniola. See Saint-Domingue, W.I.

Histoire de la Nouvelle-France (Marc Lescarbot): TJ lends to Pickering, 284, 313, 341, 345-6, 385

Histoire Naturelle, générale et particulière (Comte de Buffon), 594

Historiarum (Polybius), 595

Historical and Chronological View of Roman Law (Alexander Crowcher Schomberg), 594

Historie of Edward the Fourth (Thomas Habington), 595

Historie of the Pitifull Life, and Unfortunate Death of Edward the Fifth (Thomas More), 595

Historie of the Reigne of King Henry the Seventh (Francis Bacon), 595

History of America (William Robertson), 595

History of England (David Hume), 595

History of England: from the Accession of James I to That of the Brunswick Line (Catharine Macaulay), 595

History of Great Britain, from the Revolution to the Accession of the House of Hanover (William Belsham), 595

History of King Richard III (Thomas More), 595

History of Scotland During the Reigns of Queen Mary and of King James VI (William Robertson), 595

History of the British Plantations in America (Sir William Keith), 595

History of the Common Law of England (Sir Matthew Hale), 594

History of the First Discovery and Settlement of Virginia (William Stith), 595

History of the Mission of the United Brethren among the Indians in North America (George Henry Loskiel), 86, 87n, 238, 309

History of the Most Renowned and Victorious Princess Elizabeth, Late Queen of England (William Camden), 595

History of the Reign of Philip the Second, King of Spain (Robert Watson), 595

History of the Reign of Philip the Third, King of Spain (Robert Watson), 595

History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V (William Robertson), 595

History of the Revolutions in Spain (René Aubert de Vertot), 595

History of the Rise, Progress, and Establishment, of the Independence of the United States of America (William Gordon): Madison refers to, 619-20

H.L., Capt.: in Dunmore's War, 106

Hobart, John Sloss, 300, 302n, 305

Hockhocking River, 137, 138

Hogg, Thomas, 141

holidays:

Fast Day, 336n, 341-2, 344, 353

Fourth of July, 444, 650

celebration of Christmas and New Year's, 628

Holland. See Batavian Republic

Holt, Charles, 228n

Holy Roman Empire. See Austria; Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor

Home, Francis: Principles of Agriculture and Vegetation, 211

Home, Henry, Lord Kames. See Kames, Henry Home, Lord

Hooper, Thomas:

buys TJ's tobacco, 349, 357-8, 372-3, 411-12, 413, 423, 459, 471, 560-1, 579

G. Jefferson's opinion of, 373-4

letter to cited, 412n

Hoops, Adam, 281

Hope, Henry Philip, 419n

Hopkins, John: and TJ's business affairs, 29-30, 55, 375, 445, 452

Hopkinson, Francis, 325n

Hopkinson, Joseph, 325

hops, 331

Horace:

Epistulae quoted, 319, 320n

allusions to, 478

cited by Callender, 521-3

horses:

to be sent for TJ's trip home, ix, 323, 327, 336, 379, 390, 394, 406, 408, 410, 638

and farm equipment, 114, 128, 158, 177

feed for, 132

TJ seeks to purchase, 231, 249, 283, 312

Darlington described, 283, 313

of trans-Mississippi west, 425-6, 521

saddles, bridles for, 467n

Hosmer, Hezekiah L.: and Blount impeachment, 84-5, 615n, 619n

Hottinguer, Jean Conrad:

rebuffed by American envoys, xl

as "X", 251n, 397, 523

and Kosciuszko's funds, 462, 498n

See also XYZ affair

Houghton, Daniel, 154n

Housa (Hausa): discovery of, 149, 154n

houses:

rental costs in Philadelphia, 10

for tenant farmers, 639

See also Direct Tax (1798)

Howard, John E.:

criticizes TJ, 484-6

mentioned, 39, 653

Hubbard, Nicholas: as "W", 251n, 523

See also XYZ affair

Hugues (Hughes), Victor, 335-6, 380n

Hume, David:

essays of, 594

History of England, 595

Humphreys, Clement:

attacks Bache, 271-2

TJ characterizes, 271

and American envoys to France, 648, 651n

Humphreys, David, 147

Hungary: ice caves in, 455

Hunter, John, 172-3, 653

Hunter, William. See Virginia Gazette (Dixon and Hunter)

Hunter and Beaumont (printers, Frankfort, Ky.), 555n

Huron Indians, 81

Hurt, John, 608-9

Huston, William, 285, 286n

Hylton, William, 69

Hylton, Mr. (son of William Hylton), 69-70

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