Volume 30 Index

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Nacogdoches, Tex., 426n

nailrod. See Jefferson, Thomas: Nailery

Nantes, Edict of: deportation of blacks compared to, 150

Nantes, France, 292

Nanticoke Indians, 81n

Natchez:

hostilities between U.S. and Spain at, 53, 55n, 95, 115

Spain delivers posts at, 123-4, 126, 127

and Pinckney Treaty, 127n

and western trade, 425n

natural history:

Linnaean nomenclature used, 69, 211-12, 214n, 233n, 283, 294, 296, 455-6

museums, specimens of, 232-4

Heckewelder records, 265n

fossils of Greenbrier Co., Va., 293-7

of Africa, Caribbean, 297n

insect pests of fruit, 340-1

of trans-Mississippi west, 425-6, 520

course of reading in, 594, 596n

See also mammoth; megalonyx

Naturalization Act of 1798:

as part of Federalist program, 299-300, 305

debate on, 301n

terms, passage of, 301n, 408, 410, 675-6

Senate delays action on, 323, 393

navigation acts:

British, 72, 92

prospect of U.S., 72-3, 92-4

commercial regulation as deterrent to war, 161

Nelson, Horatio, 603

Nelson, Maj. John, 498, 517

Nelson, Thomas (1738-1789), 494

Nelson, Thomas, Sr. (the Secretary), 19

Netherlands:

Dutch financial speculations in U.S., 315-16, 503

foreign domination of politics in, 478

Short's service in, 487

expenditures for U.S. debt to, 634, 667

See also Batavian Republic

Netherlands, Austrian, 12n

neutrality:

TJ, Coxe on infractions of, 125n

and Sweden, Denmark, 241, 397

and Jay Treaty, 271, 395n

U.S. efforts to maintain, 336n

See also France: Directory; France: War with Britain

New, Anthony:

sends letter to constituents, 324n

and J. Taylor's politics, 388, 430

and T. Martin's patent, 388

New and Complete System of Arithmetic, Composed for the Use of the Citizens of the United States (Nicolas Pike), 594

New and Impartial History of England (John Baxter), 595

Newark, N.J., 322-4, 326

New Brunswick, N.J., 324n

New Castle, Del., 196n

Newcomen, Thomas, 655

New England:

and navigation bill, 72, 93-4

and prospects of war with Spain, 95

and XYZ affair, 275

and Jay Treaty, 334

characterized by TJ, 388-9

selection of juries in, 589-90

opposition to administration policies, 648

New Hampshire:

views on arming private vessels, 88, 90

and Stamp Act, 156

elections in, 610-12

politics in, 643

New Jersey:

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

electoral districts, 169

congressional elections, 242

and XYZ affair, 300, 305, 322, 324n, 326, 335, 341, 353, 665

addresses to president, 331

and administration of Kosciuszko's will, 333n

petitions against Alien and Sedition Acts from, 665-6

public sentiment in, 668

New Jersey (ship), 170n

newspapers:

Independent Chronicle, 26n

as source of congressional news, 56

laws on public printers in Va., 57-8, 89

anti-French bias of, print Barlow's letter to Baldwin, 174n

and seditious libel, 187n

treatment of Kosciuszko by Federalist, 196n

TJ's subscription to New York, 217, 644

establishment of Republican, 227, 228-9n, 241, 635-7

coverage of Lyon-Griswold affair, 241

and government patronage, 275

Republican, as target of Sedition Act, 300, 305

power to ban in France, 302n

letters from congressmen to constituents, 323

limited circulation of Republican, 334

attacks on TJ, 340, 392-3, 484-6

report Callender's arrest, 558

supported by political parties in Europe, 565

carry inaccurate foreign news, 623-5, 631

irregular delivery of, in Va., 628-9, 642

New System of Modern Geography (William Guthrie), 594

New Theatre. See Chestnut Street Theatre (New Theatre Philadelphia)

New Views of the Origin of the Tribes and Nations of America (Benjamin Smith Barton), 564

New York:

growing support for Republicans in, 10

monarchists from, at Annapolis and Constitution Convention, 13-14

views on arming merchant vessels, 90 and Madison's resolutions on Report on Commerce, 93n

protests against stamp tax in, 157n

field peas grown in, 210

elections in, 279, 323, 326-7, 335, 344, 353, 359, 363, 365

political appointments in, 300, 301-2n, 305

Oneida lands, 325

land investments in, 492

abatement of XYZ fever in, 665

and opposition to Alien and Sedition Acts, 665-6

increasing Republican public sentiment in, 668

New York City:

price of tobacco at, 10, 623, 626, 633, 669

price of wheat, flour at, 10, 668

society and politics in, 23

Longworth's directory, 82n

and arming of private vessels, 88

as port, 147

Congress meets in, 175

petition from merchants on XYZ affair, 279

suspends shipments to W. Indies, 283

and XYZ affair, 300, 301n

yellow fever in, 507-8, 509n, 560

news of G. Logan affair reaches, 576-7

as market for tobacco, 668

lighthouses for harbor of, 672

New York Gazette (New York), 597n

New York Missionary Society: collects Indian vocabularies, 81-2n, 87, 238, 243

New York Price-Current (New York): TJ subscribes to, 217, 644

Nicholas, George: Charlottesville house of, 236

"political creed", 519, 521n

as key figure in Ky., 532-3

Nicholas, John (brother of W. C. Nicholas):

amendment on diplomatic establishment, 54n, 165

as possible counter to "Scipio", 121

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

stands for election, 636, 637n

in debate on Haitian independence, 637n

Nicholas, John, Jr. (clerk of Albemarle County Court): as "Americanus" criticizes TJ, 255-62

Nicholas, Wilson Cary:

letters to, 557, 590

letter from, 556

to Va. Assembly, 290

and Ky. Resolutions, 531-4, 556, 557

and TJ's petition on jurors, 574n

and Va. Resolutions, 590

and Va. Assembly, 598n

named to succeed Tazewell, 642n

Nicholas family, 475, 493

Nicholson, John: and R. Morris's debt, 171-2, 366

financial failure, 316n

Nicholson, William: Introduction to Natural Philosophy, 594

Nicklin, Philip, 170n

Niemcewicz, Julian Ursin: letters to, 383, 409-10, 591, 625-6

letters from, 369-72, 398-400, 506-9, 627-8

reports on M. Cosway, 23

and Kosciuszko's departure, 196n, 332n, 369-72, 376-7, 383, 453, 506-9

borrows money, 371, 383, 398-9, 507, 508, 591

identified, 372n

hopes to visit TJ, 399, 400, 409-10, 507, 508, 591, 625, 628

visits Mount Vernon, 399

correspondence with Kosciuszko, 481, 482n, 625, 627-8

Niemcewicz, Susan Livingston Kean, 372n

Nile, battle of the, 603n, 635

Nimmo, William, 19

Nolan, Philip: letter to, 425-6

identified, 425-6n

and trans-Mississippi west, 425-6, 521

Nordiske Uäskape (ship), 504n

Norfolk, Va.:

TJ expects to pass through, 9

and transatlantic trade, 147

fortifications, 523-4, 562

employment in, 559

Callender considers working at, 582

Norfolk Co., Va.:

Short's Green Sea investments in, 352n, 459

See also Dismal Swamp

Norfolk Herald, 617

North, William, 302n, 353

Northampton Co., Pa., 611n

North Briton, 620n

North Carolina:

exports, 72-3

and Madison's resolutions on Report on Commerce, 93

and Dismal Swamp, 352n

and disagreements among states, 388-9

politics, elections in, 442, 557, 665, 668

divisions within congressional delegation, 444

and Ky. Resolutions, 531-2, 557

price of tobacco from, 623, 626

support for Alien and Sedition Acts, 643

congressional acts on Senate bills pertaining to, 674

Northern Antiquities: or, A Description of the Manners, Customs, Religion and Laws of the Ancient Danes, and Other Northern Nations (Paul Henri Mallet), 595

northern states:

and navigation bill, 72, 92-4

and political power, parties, 173, 432

and Direct Tax, 649

North Star: position of, 160-2

Northwest Territory, 674-5, 678-9

Notes on the State of Virginia:

and Logan's speech, 3-4, 34, 101, 103n, 134, 216, 264, 291, 303-4, 306, 321-2, 328, 392, 419, 509, 511n, 514, 570-1n

and TJ's criticism of Buffon, 8, 34

depiction of Indians in, 33, 34n, 81

S. T. Mason's text of Logan's speech, 38-9

L. Martin mocks, 77, 108

information on Ky. imperfect, 216

utilized by Latrobe, 226n

on mammoth, 236

on purchases of land from Indians, 322

on Native American tribes, 564

See also Appendix to the Notes on Virginia Relative to the Murder of Logan's Family; Logan (Mingo Indian) Nottoway Indians, 564

Nourse, Joseph, 673

Nova Scotia, 440, 672

nullification: and Ky. Resolutions, 530, 535, 539, 547

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