Volume 30 Index

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Wabash River, 213, 308

Wadström, Carl Bernhard: Essay on Colonization, 149

wagons:

at Monticello, 114, 249

for transportation of goods, 167, 193, 220

Wakatomica (Waketameki, Wapatomica): Shawnee town, 137, 138, 307

Walker, Elizabeth Moore (Mrs. John Walker), 367

Walker, Francis:

in TJ's accounts with G. Jefferson, 12, 375

elected to Va. Assembly, 290

Walker, James, 352

Walker, John, 88, 367

Walker, Tabitha (Tabby), 367

Walker, Thomas, 613n

Walker & Kennedy, 374

Walker family, 475

Waller, Benjamin Carter: and Wayles estate debt, 242-3, 413, 423, 459

Waln, Robert, 229n

Wappatomachee. See Wakatomica (Wake- tameki, Wapatomica)

Wardlaw, William, 406, 466n

Wardrop, James, 19

Warre, John Tyndale, 428-30n

Washington, Augustine, 19

Washington, Bushrod:

retires from law practice, 89, 621

represents Wayles estate, 470n

runs for Congress, 524, 525n

Reports of Cases, 594

WASHINGTON, GEORGE

American Revolutionary War

correspondence from published by J. Carey, 237n

Commander in Chief, 1798-1799

appointed, vii, 440, 443n, 445, 448

depicted in cartoon, xliii, 364 (illus.)

meets with officers in Philadelphia, 611n

Confederation Congress

refuses to join plan to overthrow, 13

Personal Affairs

honorary French citizen, 196n

and Niemcewicz, 369, 371, 399-400

visits Federal District, 369, 371

Politics

and Odgen, 587n

President criticizes Monroe's conduct, 83, 402, 404n

compared with Adams, 117, 384, 405, 415

and Jay Treaty, 184, 240n

Monroe refuses to toast, 246, 247n

relations with France, 254, 304n, 338, 359-60

nomination of T. Pinckney, 319, 320n, 481

criticized by Short, 488, 491-2

Farewell Address, 491

Callender attacks, 522n

response to new edition of forged letters, 581, 584n

Relations with Jefferson

TJ declines to attend ball, 132

Retirement

birthday celebrations, 112, 132, 156, 175, 221

lack of communication with Adams, 248, 384

and XYZ affair, 384

popularity of, 388

Washington, Henry Augustine: Works of Jefferson, 530-1

Washington, Lawrence, 19

Washington, Martha Dandridge Custis:

portrait by Field mentioned, xxxix

entertains, 132

visits granddaughters in Federal District, 369, 371

Washington Co., Pa.:

and Republican politics, 286n

residents attack Indians, 306n

watches, 16, 481, 577, 578

Waters, Capt. (master of Pomona), 147

Waters, Nicholas B.: Bell's System of Surgery, 283

Watson, David, 114

Watson, John:

and postal service at Milton, Va., 56, 626-7

handles shipments for TJ, 167

letters from cited, 627n

letters to cited, 627n

Watson, Robert:

History of Philip the Second, 595

History of Philip the Third, 595

Watt, James, 654-6

Wawiaton Indians. See Wea (Ouiatanon) Indians

Wayles, John (TJ's father-in-law):

slave trade venture, 426-30

tobacco crops, 427, 428n, 469n

indebted to Hanbury firm, 467-70

Wayles estate:

payment of claims against, 218, 242-3, 357-8, 411-12, 413, 423, 459, 470-1, 560-1

claim of Farell & Jones, 317n, 426-30

and Prince of Wales case, 427-30

Declaration of Hanbury's Executor against Wayles's Executors, 467-70

Wayne, Anthony, 82n

Wea (Ouiatanon) Indians, 81, 86

wealth:

and equality, taxation, 434

Wealth of Nations (Adam Smith), 194n, 595

Webster, Noah, 577n

Weeaw Indians. See Wea (Ouiatanon) Indians

Weiser, Johann Conrad, 20, 31-2, 309

Welch (Welsh), Wakelin, Jr.: and Wayles estate debt, 218, 242-3, 411-12, 413, 423, 459, 470-1, 560-1

Wells, William, 82n

West, Benjamin:

portrait of Kosciuszko, xl-xli, 364 (illus.)

"Fright of Astyanax", xli-xlii, 364 (illus.)

West Augusta, District of (Va.), 513

West Indies:

market for N.C. products, 73

suspension of U.S. shipments to, 283

British seize American vessels in, 395n

and slave trade, 428

West Indies, British: Jamaica convoy, 443, 445n

West Indies, French:

restrictions on U.S. trade, 267

privateering against American ships, 335-6, 380n, 462n, 489, 490, 499, 635, 659-60

U.S. Navy patrols, 631, 635, 636n, 640, 659-60, 664, 665

West Indies, Spanish, 490

Wetherill, Samuel, 229n

Wetmore, William, 280-1

Wharton, Charles:

and payment to Lisbon, 466, 505

letter to cited, 466n

Wharton, Samuel. See Baynton, Wharton & Morgan

wheat:

price of, viii, 10, 54, 56, 116, 128, 157, 158, 170-1, 282, 283, 357, 374, 626, 660, 668

poor crop of, in Va., 27, 41, 117, 176, 192, 276

sold by TJ, 27-8, 56, 104-5, 633

exported from N.C., 73

May, sent to Britain, 104, 132, 180-1, 192, 198, 265-6, 310, 337, 350, 375, 387, 591

in TJ's crop rotation plan, 210-11

unsalable, 282, 283, 305, 354, 409

of declining importance to TJ, 506

Wheeling (Wheelan), Fort: and Dunmore's War, 75-6, 139, 513-14

Whig Club of England:

commissions portrait of Kosciuszko, xl

presents saber to Kosciuszko, xl, 399, 400, 416, 498

whigs: Republicans referred to as, 156, 175, 212-13, 227, 269-70

White, Alexander, 228, 455

White, Anthony Walton, 331n

White, Margaret Ellis, 331n

White Eyes (Delaware Indian), 307, 310n

Whitehead, Mary. See Cresap, Mary Whitehead

Whitten, L., 579-80, 603

Whitten, W., 603

Wiatonon Indians. See Wea (Ouiatanon) Indians

Wiatt (Wyatt), William, 9, 11n

Wickham, John:

letters to, 218, 413, 470-1

letters from, 242-3, 423, 459

handles TJ's payments to Welch, 218, 242-3, 411-12, 413, 423, 459, 470-1, 560-1

as counsel in Wayles estate suits, 467-70

Wieser, Conrod. See Weiser, Johann Conrad

Wilkes, John, 620

Wilkins, Charles, 482

Wilkins, Jane (Jenny) Short, 481-2, 577, 578n

Wilkinson, James:

elected to APS, 159n

and Nolan, 425-6n, 521

in Spanish employ, 425n

Willett, Charles, 617n

William and Mary, College of:

Munford at, viii, 596n

S. T. Mason studies at, 13n

TJ studies at, 234

See also Madison, Bishop James

Williams, Jonathan, 159n, 656n

Williams, William Peere: Reports of Cases, 594

Williamson, Hugh:

letter to, 93-4

letters from, 72-3, 158-9

and navigation acts, 72-3, 92-4

and N.C. exports, 72-3

TJ's notes for letter to, 92-3

proposes excise tax on imported cloth, 158-9

and APS, 159n

letter to cited, 159n

Willich, A. F. M.: Domestic Encyclopædia, 207n

Willing, Thomas:

letter to, 132

manager of Washington ball, 132

Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard:

and Kosciuszko's affairs, 196n, 454n

See also Van Staphorst & Hubbard

Willis, Lewis, 101, 103n

Wilson, James, 173, 352

Winder, William, Jr., 10

wine:

in TJ's accounts, 436

imported from France, 502n

bill for collecting duties on foreign, 673

Wirt, William, 333n

Wise, John:

letter to, 98-100

letter from, 63-4

TJ refers to as Tory, 63-4, 98-100

identified, 64n

reelected speaker of Va. House of Delegates, 598, 602

Wistar, Caspar:

on APS standing committee, 159n

encourages Heckewelder's work, 265n

and Palisot de Beauvois, 297n

family, 509n

Wistar, Richard, 507, 508

witchcraft, 59

Wolcott, Oliver, Jr.:

and government's financial condition, 10

attends Washington's birthday celebration, 156

and Stamp Act, Direct Tax, 157n, 624n

prospects for continuing in office, 173, 182

intercepts correspondence, 186-7n, 436

and payments to Kosciuszko, 195-6, 454, 497-8

and charges against Monroe, Skipwith, 221-2

sends reports, statements to Congress, 240n, 632n

submits draft for president's annual address, 611n

women:

Indian, as victims of white violence, 4, 39, 102, 103, 135, 288n, 306-8, 514

in danger along frontier, 76, 135, 138

white, killed by Indians, 77, 138

and domestic violence, 136

warrior chastised for being like, 138

effects of slavery on families, 152

advantages of freeing female slaves, 153

threaten not to attend levees, 156

should be strangers to politics, 355, 607

and pregnancy, childbirth, 367, 599, 610

wood: pine, for flooring at Monticello, 269-71

Wood, James:

letter to, 642

and TJ's account of Logan's speech, 38

TJ refers to as Tory, 63

receives news of Tazewell's death, 642

Wood, Lucy, Jr.:

TJ pays for hire of slaves, 29n, 103

letter from cited, 105n

letter to cited, 105n

Wood, Lucy Henry (Mrs. Valentine Wood):

TJ pays for hire of slaves, 28-30, 103, 220

letter from cited, 105n

letters to cited, 105n

TJ's payment to, 179

in TJ's accounts with G. Jefferson, 375

Wood, William: hires out slaves, 28, 30n, 328n

Wooddeson, Richard: A Systematical View of the Laws of England As Treated of in a Course of Vinerian Lectures, 58-61

Woodward, Joseph, 499, 501n

Works of Thomas Jefferson (Henry Augustine Washington): and Ky. Resolutions, 530-1

Wyandot Indians, 81

Wynne, John Huddleston: General History of Ireland, 595

Wythe, George: Decisions of Cases, 594

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