Volume 31 Index

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A

abolition

in N.Y., 4-5

Abraham (Abram, TJ's slave), 271

Abridgment of the Public Permanent Laws of Virginia (Edmund Randolph), 406, 407n, 520

acacia, 535

Accomack Co., Va., 32-3

Acts Passed at a General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia: Begun and Held at the Capitol, in the City of Richmond, on Monday, the Third Day of December, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety-Eight, 117, 122, 136-7

Adams, Abigail

and husband's visit to Trenton, 297n

TJ has conversation with, 429

Adams, Fort, 585

Adams, John

Minister to Great Britain

and negotiation with Algiers, 200, 202n

Opinions

on progress of knowledge, 128, 129n

said to favor former Loyalists, 493n

Personal Affairs

portrait by G. Stuart, xlv

addressed by millennialist, 476n

Politics

relations with Federalists, 45, 46n, 48, 50, 63-4, 290, 297, 301-2, 337-8, 509, 512, 562-3n, 581

watched for political errors, 133

relations with Hamilton, 297, 337-8, 563n, 581n

patronage, 419

identified as author of Davila, 429, 430n

late-term appointments, 434n

as candidate for reelection, 464-5, 509, 512, 561, 562-3n, 581

President

inauguration, xlii

power over expanded army, 11, 33, 44, 97-8, 227

and retaliatory act against French citizens, 12-13, 23, 30, 34

28 Jan. 1799 message to Congress, 13n, 598

sends correspondence, papers to Congress, 13n, 23, 30, 34, 37, 47, 49, 306-7n, 323n

and M. Lyon's petition, 17-18n, 72-4

8 Dec. 1798 annual message to Congress, 19

XYZ affair, 19, 44, 46, 47, 50, 129n

and Saint-Domingue, 22

and suspension of trade with France, 24, 29, 190n, 315n

makes appointments, 24n, 31, 34, 37-8, 45-50, 63-5, 67, 144n

and French policy in W. Indies, 44, 45n

accused of withholding information, 45, 47, 48, 50

opens new negotiation with France, 45-50, 63-5, 67, 133, 279, 297, 301-2, 338, 525n

cabinet politics, 63-4, 297, 301-2, 419, 562-3n, 581

conflict with J. Ogden, 72-4

criticized, 74n, 181n, 219, 289-90, 410n, 452n, 492, 493n, 525, 531, 589-90n

and organization of new regiments, 98n, 481, 483, 581n

at Quincy, Braintree, 98n, 133, 301-2, 338

relations with Liston, 153n

and Supreme Court, 166n

and Robbins case, 181n, 408, 410n, 421

and Judiciary Act of 1801, 263n, 434n

in Trenton, 297, 301-2

as commander in chief, 305, 306-7n

and J. Randolph incident, 305, 306-7n, 314

and proposed military academy, 323n

threat of lifetime term for, 324

toasted, 337-8

and loans, 422, 456n, 605, 610

and military commissions, 424, 481

Dec. 1799 annual message to Congress, 434n

signs legislation, 443n, 581n

sends Portsmouth, dispatches to France, 455, 456n, 461, 463, 473, 476, 480, 483

and medal for Truxtun, 456n

receives intelligence from frontiers, 468

dispatches from Ellsworth, Murray, Davie, 475-6, 477n, 480, 483, 492

appointment of Brooks rejected, 481, 483

and prosecution of sedition trials, 493n

accused of "delirious dreams" of monarchy, 495

pardons Fries, 522n

and bill to cover expense of moving household, 525n

and search for sources of copper, 548-9n

removes Pickering, McHenry, 581

and Ellicott, 592-3

message on death of Washington, 600

miscellaneous messages, 600

and negotiations with Prussia, 601

and Western Reserve, 607

Relations with Jefferson

correspondence, 500

Vice President

attendance, 280-3

Writings

Discourses on Davila, 429-30

Adams, John Quincy, 74n, 326n, 525n

Adams, Samuel

letter to, 395

letters from, 265-6, 349

introduces travelers, 265-6, 349, 395, 461

receives Appendix, 551, 553

Adams, Thomas, 491

Adamson, Mr., 90

Addison, Alexander

asserts principles of common law, 232-3

Liberty of Speech, 233n

Address to the Congress of the United States, on the Utility and Justice of Restrictions upon Foreign Commerce (Charles Brockden Brown), 276n

Address to the Government of the United States, on the Cession of Louisiana to the French (Charles Brockden Brown), 276n

Adet, Pierre Auguste, 469n

Africa

and yellow fever, 564

Aggey (E. Randolph's slave), 583

Agnes (ship), 133, 134n

agriculture

crop rotation, 197, 198n, 506-7, 518

farm laborers as proposed census category, 294

in college curricula, 321, 569

innovations in, 326n, 387-8n, 530n

societies for promoting, 387-8n, 397

as basis of political economy, 395

and debt, bankruptcy, 443, 471

Du Pont plans agricultural settlement, 530n

Albany, N.Y.

printing at, 346, 347n

newspapers, 425, 426n

Albany Gazette (Albany, N.Y.), 425, 426n

Albemarle Co., Va.

and TJ's petition on jurors, 41-2

commerce with Richmond, 82

courts, court days, 83, 173, 177, 191, 196, 475, 476, 477n, 482, 522

and American Revolution, 100n

land transactions, 140-3

and fire insurance, 187

land prices, 189, 190n, 503, 508

rain damages crops in, 189

commerce with Philadelphia, 199n, 502

Nicholas family of, 205n

churches, 209n

elections, 241, 274, 526, 542

surveyors, 253-8

criticism of TJ from, 268n

legislative representation, 290n

French residents of, 464

consumption by wealthy, 523

alcoholism, 245, 249, 360, 523

Aldridge, William J., 271, 273n

Alexander, William

makes payment, 109

letter from cited, 110n

Alexandria, Va.

custom house, 353

residents of, 463

potential home for Du Pont, 481, 483, 531n

Algiers

ransom of U.S. captives in, 33

U.S. treaty with, 194, 200-1, 202n

Alien Friends Act (1798)

opposition to, 23n, 35, 36, 77, 117, 137, 266, 268n, 279-80n, 289, 299, 326n, 344, 345n, 446

defended, 42n

House refuses to debate, 64-5

as part of Federalist program, 169

House receives petitions on, 173, 174n

unconstitutionality of, 173, 278, 280n, 295

Allegheny Co., Pa., 435

Allegheny Mountains, 468-9

Allen, Richard H., 20

Allen, Wilson, 584n

Almon, John, 454n

Altona, Germany, 132

American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 294-5n

American Philosophical Society

TJ presides over, viii, 294-5n, 563

and U.S. census, viii, 293-5

and Priestley portraits, xli

publishes Transactions, 56, 57n, 61, 139n, 549-50, 578, 593n

and Livingston's steam apparatus, 56-7

TJ's report on megalonyx, 61-2, 162n, 317, 318n

and information about American west, 135-6, 138, 203

elects members, 139n, 189n, 266n, 291n, 311n, 312-13n, 387n, 573, 578

committees, 291n, 295n, 313n, 434n

meetings, 294-5n

officers, 295n

papers by members, 308n, 578n

receives communications, specimens, 313n, 593n

TJ serves on committees of, 313n

and N.C. stone formation, 317, 318n

collects data on languages, 434n

as clearinghouse for information, 443, 445, 448

and TJ's moldboard plow, 549-50

American Revolution

Italian émigrés volunteer in, 100n

destruction of laws, records during, 117

fading of generation that created, 128, 550

as preservation, not innovation, 129n

principles of extolled, 150

effect on state laws, 169-70, 171n

as origin of U.S. sovereignty, 170

France's participation in, 175n, 469n

in Va., 180

filings for land grants, 253-5

Wilkinson's service in, 312n

political principles of, 395

former Loyalists, 462-3n, 493n

nonimportation agreements, 491

treatment of Loyalists during, 534

American Universal Geography (Jedidiah Morse), 317, 318n

"Americanus" (pseudonym)

attacks TJ, 241n

Ames, Fisher, 429-30

Amherst Co., Va., 240, 248

Amsterdam

and Kosciuszko's funds, 51-2, 87

as tobacco market, 112

British hope to capture, 221n

blockade of, affects correspondence, 543-4

letters sent through, 559

See also Van Staphorst & Hubbard

anatomy

importance of study of, 127

in college curricula, 291n, 321

Anderson, Bentley, 584

Anderson, David

business, 474, 475n

letter to cited, 475n

Anderson, Garland, Jr., 542

Anderson, Joseph

in Senate, 408, 411n, 603

Andrews, Robert, 278, 280n

Anglesey, Wales

supplies copper, 548n

Annapolis, Md., 86n

Anthony, Joseph (Philadelphia)

letter to, 557-8

sells Trumbull's prints, 557-8, 575, 579

Anthony, Joseph (Richmond), 361-2, 385, 393

Anthony, Joseph, & Son (Philadelphia), 107-8

Antichristian Conspiracy (Augustin Barruel), 351n

Antimonarchical Conspiracy (Augustin Barruel), 351n

Antisocial Conspiracy (Augustin Barruel), 349, 351n

Appeal to the Candid upon the Present State of Religion and Politics in Connecticut (John C. Ogden), 17n

Appendix to the Notes on Virginia Relative to the Murder of Logan's Family

documents printed in, 71n, 263-4n, 373n, 393, 399n, 479-80n

as revision of Notes on Virginia, 131, 335-6, 449-50, 556

printing of, 373n, 449-50, 553-4n, 573, 575, 577n

Sappington statement added to, 373n, 573

TJ's "historical statement" for, 373n

distribution, 551-4, 555-7, 567, 573

Clark statement omitted from, 573

Appomattox River, 244

Archimedes, 126

architecture. See Jefferson, Thomas: Architecture

Architecture of Andrea Palladio, 579, 580n

Argall, Sir Samuel, 412-13

Argus (New York), 493n

Armistead, B. D.

letter to, 448

letter from, 443-5

offers treatise, 443-5, 448

Armstrong, John (1755-1816), 560, 561n

Arnold, Thomas, 603

art

in college curricula, 321

role of luxury in study of, 340

artisans

and proposed census categories, 294

Asia

wild horses of, 237, 309-10

asparagus

grown at Monticello, 92

Ast, William Frederick

letter to, 186-8

letter from, 571-2

fire insurance program, 186-8, 571-2

letter from cited, 572n

astronomy

education in, 127, 321

Dunbar studies, 139n, 203n

orreries, 424

and study of the earth, 444

in France, 465n

and saros, 564, 567n

cycles of seasons, disease, 564-5

and calculation of longitude, 592

attorneys

and Federalist power in New England, 97, 492

as proposed census category, 294

in Va., 326n

in Philadelphia, 335

in Md., 387n

in Pittsburgh, 468n

and Federalist influence in N.C., 485

Augusta Co., Va. See Staunton, Va.

Augustine (Eppes's slave), 274

Aurora (Philadelphia)

publishes political essays, 10, 19, 98n, 228n

reaches New England, 16

J. Ogden writes for, 17-18n, 72-3, 351n

reports foreign news, rumors, 134n, 334n, 343, 474n, 562n

and Fries Rebellion, 151, 152-3n

as Republican source of information, 151

prints letters, documents, 153n, 153-62, 165n, 231, 383n, 453n, 454n, 458-9n, 467n, 556

reprints item from Porcupine's Gazette, 161-2n

Callender's relationship with, 163-4

subscriptions to, 342, 343n, 524-5, 575, 577n, 580

commentary by, 382n, 581n

advertises pamphlets, 417n

prints Ross election bill, 453n, 491

later history of, 454n

management of, 454n

TJ supplies information to, 457-61

criticizes Adams administration, 493n

Hamilton accused of scheme to suppress, 493n

and prosecution of Haswell, 493n, 521

and publication of Liston's dispatches, 522n

See also Duane, William

Austria

imprisons Lafayette, 94-6, 265n

in coalition against France, 133-4, 218-19, 221n, 358

military victories, 134n, 223, 227, 232-3, 248-9, 279

and French peace overtures, 404, 405-6n

Avery, Billy Haley, 225-6, 249, 348

Avery, Mrs. Billy Haley, 225-6, 249

Avery, Edward, 226, 249

Avery, Elizabeth, 226, 249

Avery, Lucy, 226, 249

Avery, Mary Ann, 226, 249

Avery, William, 226, 249

Azanza, Miguel José de

viceroy of New Spain, 236

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