Volume 30 Index

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Randall, Henry S.: Life of Thomas Jefferson, 530-1

Randolph, Anne Cary (Nancy, sister of Thomas Mann Randolph), 628

Randolph, Anne Cary (TJ's granddaughter):

TJ's affection for, 26, 57, 115, 128, 158, 171, 183, 232, 249, 270, 284, 305, 327, 341, 366, 381, 396, 411, 421, 504, 604, 614, 627, 637-8, 669

health of, 28, 63, 79, 92, 96, 350, 367, 386, 593, 628

game of goose for, 44, 92, 355

learns to read, 346

sends love to TJ, 424

visits Monticello, 451, 599

Randolph, Edmund:

letter to, 36

and Short's salary, 35-6, 147-8, 241-2, 298-9, 317, 320, 330, 588

letters from cited, 36n, 225n

letter to cited, 36n

recommends Latrobe, 224

and Short, 481

Randolph, Elizabeth Nicholas (Mrs. Edmund Randolph), 36

Randolph, Ellen Wayles, II (TJ's granddaughter):

and sale of Monticello furnishings, xli-xlii

TJ's affection for, 26, 57, 115, 128, 158, 171, 183, 232, 249, 270, 284, 305, 327, 341, 366, 381, 396, 411, 421, 504, 604, 614, 627, 637-8, 669

cuts teeth, 28

game of goose for, 44, 92, 355

health of, 63, 79, 92, 96, 350, 367, 386, 483, 593, 599, 628

affection for TJ, 346, 424

visits Monticello, 451, 483, 599

Randolph, John (d. 1784), 430n

Randolph, John (of Roanoke), 438n

Randolph, Martha Jefferson (Patsy, Mrs. Thomas Mann Randolph, TJ's daughter):

letters to, 91-2, 248-9, 354-5, 381, 483, 605, 637-8

letters from, 43-4, 346-7, 424

as slaveholder, viii-ix

criticizes Kosciuszko portrait of TJ, xlii

and C. Church, 24-5

TJ's affection for, 26, 57, 91-2, 115, 128, 158, 171, 183, 232, 249, 270, 284, 305, 327, 341, 354-5, 366, 396, 411, 421, 504, 604, 614, 627, 669

correspondence with TJ, 27, 114, 145, 270, 365, 395, 406, 613-4, 626, 629, 630, 637-8, 667

health of, 28, 63, 79, 96, 350, 367, 386

requests items from Philadelphia, 43-4, 69

awaits TJ's return, 44, 346-7, 381, 424

expresses affection for father, 44, 424

relationship with sister, 44, 347, 451, 632

supervises garden work at Monticello, 114

TJ urges to stay at Monticello, 166-7

unpleasant situation at Belmont, 187

and harpsichord, 215, 390

at Monticello, 346, 451, 593, 599

forwards letters, 385

Short's regard for, 482

regards sent to, 587

social life, 628

postpones trip to Goochland Co., 639

Randolph, Mary Skipwith, 319

Randolph, Richard (d. 1786), 427-30

Randolph, Thomas Jefferson (TJ's grandson):

and portrait of TJ, xlii

TJ's affection for, 26, 57, 115, 128, 158, 171, 183, 232, 249, 270, 284, 305, 327, 341, 366, 396, 411, 421, 504, 604, 614, 627, 637-8, 669

health of, 28, 63, 79, 92, 96, 350, 367, 386, 593, 628

game of goose for, 44, 92, 355

fails to wear shoes, 63

suffers from baffling disorder, 346, 381

1829 edition of TJ's papers, 390n

sends love to TJ, 424

visits Monticello, 451, 599

examines TJ's papers, 530, 534

Randolph, Thomas, Jr. (of Dungeness), 319

Randolph, Thomas, Sr. (of Dungeness), 319

Randolph, Thomas Mann, Sr., 438n

Randolph, Thomas Mann (TJ's son-in-law):

letters to, 25-6, 55-7, 114-15, 127-8, 128-9, 158, 170-1, 182-3, 192-4, 231-2, 269-71, 282-4, 304-5, 325-7, 341-2, 365-6, 395-6, 410-11, 421-2, 504-5, 593, 604-5, 613-14, 626-7, 667-9

letters from, 26-8, 62-3, 68-9, 78-80, 145, 177, 290-1, 312-13, 385-6, 406, 628-9

as slaveholder, viii-ix, 28, 604n

TJ makes political comments to, xliii

as TJ's neighbor, 24-5

subscribes to newspapers, 25, 115, 183, 614, 626

and H. B. Trist, 26, 114, 177, 406, 421

and postal service, 26-7, 56, 192, 282, 325, 626-7, 628-9, 667

sells wheat, 27-8

weather diary, 27, 56, 80

cares for TJ's affairs at Monticello, Shadwell, 28, 55-6, 79, 114, 128, 145, 158, 170, 177, 192-3, 238, 248-9, 282-4, 290, 312-13, 325-6, 341, 345-6, 349, 356, 365, 385-6, 406, 410-11, 452, 604, 613, 628, 669

seeks blacksmith, stonemason, 28, 56, 145, 183, 355

and TJ's financial transactions, 43-4, 115, 231, 410, 461, 592-3, 603-4

and renovation of Monticello, 56, 114, 128, 269-71, 312, 326-7

expresses hostility towards Britain, 62-3, 290

reads Fauchet's pamphlet, 62

TJ sends publications to, 62-3, 115, 170-1, 269-70, 283, 396, 667

health of, 63, 69, 79, 92, 96

reports on theft at Monticello, 68-9, 78-9

orders items from Philadelphia, 69, 283, 313, 406, 421

Madison visits, 96

TJ sends news on Congress, politics, and foreign affairs to, 127-8, 170, 193-4, 231-2, 269-70, 304-5, 326-7, 341, 365, 396, 410-11, 421-2, 613-14, 627, 667-8

letters from cited, 129n, 194n, 249n, 270n, 284n, 346n

and correspondence with TJ, 145, 354, 381, 630

and TJ's nailrod, nailery, 145, 154-5, 182-3, 626

grows barley, 210

and seeds from Strickland, 210

provides botanical description, 211-12, 214n, 455-6

TJ sends regards to, 249, 355, 381

and TJ's horses, 255, 283, 312-13

and sale of tobacco, 290, 326, 349, 365, 373-4, 579, 626, 668

reports on health of children, 367

travels in Va., 385, 599

on TJ's role in Senate, 406

family background, 438n

visits Monticello, 451, 498n

regards sent to, 458, 564, 587

signs TJ's petition, 574n

and sale of land, 613

cares for TJ's legal affairs, 621, 669

celebrates Christmas, 628

postpones trip to Goochland Co., 628, 637-8, 639

See also Edgehill (Randolph estate)

Randolph, Virginia (sister of Thomas Mann Randolph), 628

raspberries:

Antwerp, TJ praises, 193

at Monticello, 249, 346

Raspberry Plain (Loudoun Co., Va.): Mason estate, 13n

Rastadt, 156-7

Raymond, Robert, Lord Raymond: Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged, 594

Read, George, 428n

Read (Reed, Reid), Jacob:

on power to impeach senators, 126-7, 672

as bank director, 418-19

and Washington's appointment, 440

judiciary bill, 471, 472n

in Senate, 472, 677, 679

and Gerry's confirmation, 653

Read, John:

letter to, 426-30

and British debt claims, 426-30

letter from cited, 428, 430n

identified, 428n

Recherches historiques et politiques sur les États-Unis d'Amérique (Philip Mazzei), 157, 175-6

Red Hawk (Shawnee Indian), 141

Redick, David:

letter from, 285-7

letter to Fenno, 285, 287-8

son mentioned, 285

and TJ's account of Logan affair, 285-8

Redstone. See Brownsville (Redstone), Pa.

Reflections on Monroe's View, of the Conduct of the Executive (Uriah Tracy), 11-12n

Réflexions sur la formation et la distribution de richesses (Anne Robert Jacques Turgot), 595

religion:

offenses against, under British law, 59-60

and oaths, 91

and Sabbath, 125

Conn. described as priest-ridden, 156-7

and U.S. Constitution, 393

proposed law interfering with freedom of, 434-5

Remsen, Henry:

letters to, 217, 644-5

TJ orders newspapers from, 217, 644

forwards correspondence, news, 644

Report (in part) of the Committee: TJ collects information from, 631-2

Reports and Arguments (Sir John Vaughan), 594

Reports of Adjudged Cases in the Courts of Chancery, King's Bench, Common Pleas and Exchequer (Sir John Strange), 594

Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Court of King's Bench (William Salkeld), 594

Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged (Lord Raymond), 594

Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Appeals of Virginia (Bushrod Washington), 594

Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery (William Peere Williams), 594

Reports of Select Cases in all the Courts of Westminster-Hall (Sir John Fortescue Aland), 569, 570n

Reports of Sir Edward Coke (Sir Edward Coke), 594

republicanism:

spread of, 25

in Va. Assembly, 63, 89

and free discussion, 120

"Americanus's" comments on, 255-62

and political parties, 432-4

and conventions of the people, 601-2

and Constitution, 646, 651n

Republicans:

absent from Congress, vii-viii, 279, 281, 299, 305, 311, 341, 344, 363-4, 365, 394, 441

and TJ's draft of Ky. Resolutions, ix

growing support for, 10, 267, 610, 665-6

and Blount impeachment, 11

fear alliance with Great Britain, 40, 227-8, 270, 448, 640, 641n

in Va., 40, 110-11, 225, 226n, 386, 438n, 524, 574-5n, 598, 641

Madison's recommendations to, 95

TJ distinguishes from Federalists, Tories, 98-100

called whigs, 156, 175, 194, 269, 284, 326, 335, 344, 408

and celebration of Washington's birthday, 156, 175

and president's message of 19 Mch. 1798, 189-90, 193-4, 227, 228n, 231-2

called peace party, 193-4, 231, 263, 267, 268

as protectors of Constitution, 239

and XYZ affair, 245-6, 263-4, 267-8, 269-70, 339, 353, 647, 652n

accused of pro-French sentiments, 250-1, 324n, 341-2, 417-19

hold caucuses, 264n, 301n

urged to stand firm, 272

and measures before Congress, 284, 408

in Pa., 286n

and newspapers, public opinion, 300, 302-3, 334, 635-7

and N.Y. elections, 323, 326-7, 359, 363, 365

represent true sentiments of nation, 340, 388, 416, 588, 649

and 1798 elections, 344, 643

lack of power in Congress, 401-2, 444, 445n

TJ as leader of, 406, 484, 486n, 497

identify with Irish rebels, 511

and Callender, 521-2

in N.C., 557

moral imperative of cause, 641

and Gerry, 645-52

Rerum Scoticarum Historia (George Buchanan), 595

Retaliation (ship): captured by L'Insurgent, 610-11

Reynolds, Dr. James, 460, 484

Reynolds, Maria Lewis (Mrs. James Reynolds), 226n

Rhine River: Austria surrenders left bank of, to France, 12n

Rhode Island:

opposes arming of private vessels, 88

views on arming merchant vessels, 90

and Madison's resolutions on Report on Commerce, 93

and Stamp Act, 156-7

beacons and buoys for, 672

Rice, Henry, 237n

rice:

exported from U.S., 73, 502n

French duties on, 124

Rich, Henry Pye, 623-5, 627

Richard, John, Jr., 618, 629

Richards: killed by Indians, 141

Richardson, Richard:

and TJ's financial transactions, 29n, 179n, 231, 357-8, 604

hires slaves for TJ, 56

letter from cited, 57n

reports on break-in and theft at Monticello, 68

delivers letters, 114, 603

and TJ's nailrod, 167-8, 182-3

TJ recommends, 255

inoculated for small pox, 283

training in stonecutting and plastering, 283

and brickmaking at Monticello, 313

and work for T. M. Randolph, 355

works at Monticello and Montpelier, 568, 571, 576, 579

carries Ky. Resolutions to Madison, 580n

hires workers at Monticello, 638

Richmond, Va.:

postal service at, 27, 235, 282

distribution of Monroe's View in, 40, 87, 127

taverns, 43, 111n

absence of children's toys in, 44

practice of law in, 89-90, 120, 133, 169, 255

price of wheat, flour at, 104, 357, 374, 633, 660

TJ's land in, 104, 132

dinner held for Monroe in, 110-11, 225, 226n

James River Canal reaches, 148-9

employment in, 179, 559

theatrical performances, 225-6n

as market, 283, 373-4

price of tobacco at, 327, 626, 633, 660

TJ seeks to sell tobacco at, 337-8, 365, 668, 669-70

TJ's groceries sent by way of, 355, 356

storage and inspection of tobacco at Shockoe warehouse, 452, 461, 467, 579

Callender considers working in, 582

nailrod shipped to, 638

Richmond Enquirer (Richmond, Va.): and Ky. Resolutions, 530, 534-5

Richneck (Warwick Co., Va.), 69-70

Rind, Clementina, 321

Rising Sun (sloop):

carries TJ's nailrod, 609, 622, 626, 633, 638, 660

shipwrecked, 617

Ritchie, Thomas, 530, 534-5

Rittenhouse, David:

TJ relies on weather data of, viii

astronomical observations, 160

and TJ's moldboard plow, 207n, 224, 230

Rittenhouse, Hannah Jacobs (Mrs. David Rittenhouse), 56

Rivanna River:

canals along, 523-4, 561-2

TJ pays for clearing of, 604n

mills on, 622n

Rives (Reeves), Robert, & Co.:

and postal service at Milton, 27

TJ's account with, 28, 29n

See also Higginbotham, David

Rives, William Cabell, 534-5

Rivington, James, 175

roads:

construction of, 200-1

near Monticello, 587

Roberts, Joseph, Jr.:

supplies nailrod, 104-5, 525-6, 585, 609, 617

payments to, 105n, 466, 505, 525-6

Robertson, David, 567n

Robertson, Dr. William:

History of America, 595

History of Scotland, 595

History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V, 595

Robespierre, Maximilien François Marie Isidore de, 117, 334

Robinson, John: settlement of estate, 35-6, 298, 588

Rocketts (Richmond, Va.), 622

Rodgers, Andrew, 511-12n

Roe, Adam, 76

Rogers, John:

letters to cited, 30n

TJ pays for beef from, 30n

Rome:

French intervention in, 66-8

classical, 112n, 463-5, 601

Ronald, Andrew, 429n

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano: and Kosciuszko's portrait of TJ, xlii

Rose Hill, N.Y., 110

Rosetta (brig), 12n

Ross, James:

as gubernatorial candidate in 1799, 10

and procedures for impeachment trials, 58, 62

absent from Senate, 441

in Senate, 472, 674, 678

and Gerry's confirmation, 653

rotation in office, 433

Rowan, Archibald Hamilton:

letter to, 528

letter from, 460-1

visits Kosciuszko, xli

exile in U.S., 460-1, 528

identified, 460n

Rowan, Sarah Anne Dawson Hamilton, 460

Roxbury, Mass.: opposes arming merchant vessels, 242n

Royle (Royal) v. Robinson Administrators, 35-6, 64

Rudiments of Grammar for the English-Saxon Tongue, First Given in English (Elizabeth Elstob), 569, 570n

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

Rush, Benjamin, xli, 248

Russell, Benjamin, 364n

Russell, Henry, 141

Russell, Capt. William, 141

Russia:

and military movements, 156

defeats, partitions Poland, 196n, 372n, 399, 400, 507, 508

and comparative studies of languages, 238

furs, 331n

and talks of new coalition against France, 449-50

lack of freedom of press in, 590n

and France, 664

Rutherfurd, John, 653

Rutledge, John, Jr., 173, 181-2, 472

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