Volume 31 Index

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B

Babylon, 564, 567n

Bache, Benjamin Franklin

as editor of Aurora, 10, 154, 159

death of, 189n, 454n, 544

family, 189n

Bache, Catharine Wistar

moves to Va., 92, 354

TJ sends regards to, 189, 245, 354

correspondence with TJ, 245

letter from cited, 246n

Bache, Margaret. See Duane, Margaret Bache

Bache, Richard, 189, 246n

Bache, Sarah Franklin, 189, 246n

Bache, William

letters to, 188-90, 245-6, 353-5

carries correspondence, 89, 112, 132, 133n

household goods shipped, 89, 92, 93, 96, 104

stays at Monticello, 92, 112, 123

purchases farm, 123, 188-90, 245-6, 286, 342, 353-4, 355n, 414

identified, 189-90n

TJ appoints to office, 189n

health of, 245

as physician, 389-90, 523

bacon

from Poplar Forest, 270, 384, 474

storage, preservation, 384

Bacon's Rebellion, 180

Baden, 355, 380n

Baer, George, Jr., 303

Bainbridge, William

commands Retaliation, 24-5, 30-1, 34, 35-6n, 37

Baker, George A., 396n

Baker, Joshua

role in Logan affair, 70, 260, 263n, 371, 449-50, 479

family, 371

Baldwin, Abraham, 10, 603

Baltimore, Md.

as port, 24, 90, 238, 544

business failures, 305, 306, 333, 358-9, 407, 414, 455

books published at, 373n

mentioned, 435, 378-80

Ban (slave)

hires himself to TJ, 302n

Bank of the United States

as source for government loans, 76n, 81n, 587

act concerning frauds on, 169

and U.S. revenues, 277

deposits, 286

employees, 307n, 587

bank notes, 428, 430, 431

and Ames's stock speculations, 430n

rechartering of, 454n

and U.S. securities, 517n

and TJ's salary, 577n

Bankruptcy Act (1800)

criticized, 443, 470-1

passage, 443, 455, 470, 491, 603, 604-5

follows British model, 471

printed, 472n

Republicans oppose, 573

banks

bankers as proposed census category, 294

proposed tax on stocks of, 306, 342, 358

political affiliations, 307n, 495

support Federalists, 343

use of bank notes, 423, 425, 428, 430, 431, 448, 575, 576-7n

absence of, in south, 470-1

Banks, Henry, 147

Banneker, Benjamin

TJ's letter to, 156, 161n

Baptists, 152n

Barbour, James

letter from, 325-6

reports political news, 325-6

and Barboursville, 326n

identified, 326n

and Madison, 326n

elected to assembly, 542

bark

as medicine, 127-8

Barker, Jeremiah, 477, 479

barley

recommended for the ill, 108

Barnes, Fortune

TJ's servant, 392

paid, 587, 588n

Barnes, John

letters to, 114-15, 123-4, 166-7, 185-6, 212-13, 392

letters from, 75-7, 81, 87-8, 89-90, 90, 102, 115-16, 130, 586-8

obtains items, handles shipments, xliv, 58, 68, 75-6, 87-9, 102, 166-7, 177, 365, 575-8, 586, 587n, 588

handles financial transactions, xlv, 58, 69n, 77n, 81n, 82, 87, 88n, 115, 123-5, 146, 147-8, 185-6, 212-13, 245, 285, 286, 342n, 353-4, 366n, 392, 414, 417n, 575-8, 582n

and Madison's affairs, 19, 319, 409, 411n, 524-5, 579

and Kosciuszko, 51-3, 55, 76, 87, 90, 184, 212, 560-1, 570

manages U.S. loan investments, 75-6, 81, 87, 102, 166, 185-6, 359, 504-5, 517, 519, 526, 587

and Short's affairs, 75-6, 81, 87, 102, 166-7, 185-6, 298, 302, 318, 329, 361, 392n, 406, 414, 418, 420, 502-5, 508, 511n, 513-17, 519, 520, 587

letters from cited, 81n, 88n, 130n, 152n, 167n, 185n, 213n, 392n

letters to cited, 81n, 116n, 123n, 130n, 167n, 246n, 392n

forwards letters, 90, 102, 246

correspondence with TJ, 100n

performs miscellaneous services, 114-15, 130, 312

accounts with TJ, 115, 123, 185-6, 575-8, 586, 587-8

and sale of TJ's tobacco crop, 115-16, 120, 121, 123, 235, 305, 383, 388, 415

temporarily removes to Trenton, 392n

described, 504

carries letters, 538, 539n

relocates to Georgetown, 538, 563

Barnes, Joseph

letters from, 218-21, 403-6, 426-7

sends news from Europe, 218-21, 403-6

seeks consulship, 220, 221n, 405, 426-7

and patents, 220-1n

Treatise, 220-1n

Remarks on Mr. John Fitch's Reply, 220n

letters from cited, 221n

Barruel, Augustin

Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire du jacobinisme, 349-52

translations of work, 351n

Barry, John

commands United States, 475-6, 477n, 480, 482-3

Barry, Joseph B., 588

Barton, Benjamin Smith

letter to, 402

and natural history, 291n, 578n

studies American Indians, languages, 402, 412

letter to cited, 402n

receives Appendix, 551

Bartram, William, 89

Batavian Republic

and U.S.-French relations, 55

Lafayette in, 94-5, 328, 329

invaded by British, Russians, 218-19, 221n, 251, 328, 329, 358

fleet, 219, 221n

republican sentiments in, 251

potential restoration of stadtholder, 297n

tobacco market, 339

See also Hague, The; Murray, William Vans; Pichon, Louis André

Batture case. See Jefferson, Thomas: Law

Bavaria

suppresses Illuminati, 351n

Bayard, James A.

asserts principles of common law, 357n

supports Adams, 408, 410n

and Judiciary Act of 1801, 434n

Baylor, Robert

rental of Elk Hill, 66, 77

letters from cited, 67n, 78n

letter to cited, 78n

Baynham, William, 92

Beckley, John

receives appointments, 296, 419-20

and legislative procedures, 401n

Bedford. See Poplar Forest (TJ's estate)

Bedford Co., Va.

congressional representation, 110-11

TJ sells land in, 210, 211n, 457, 459n

land prices, 503

Bee (New London, Conn.)

J. Ogden writes for, 73-4n

and Callender, 432, 433n

editor prosecuted, 521, 522n, 531

publication suspended, 522n

Bee, Thomas

and Robbins case, 181-2n, 227, 410n

beef

curing of, 270

from Poplar Forest, 270, 384

runs short at Monticello, 384

Belin, Auguste

letters to, 396, 417

and eulogies of Washington, 396, 417

identified, 396n

Belisarius, 560n

Bell, Thomas

transmits, stores various goods for TJ, 172, 177

handles financial transactions for TJ, 197

buys nails, 383, 384-5n

expected at county court, 475, 476, 482

letter to cited, 477n

and TJ's mortgages, 503, 511n

receives Appendix, 553

Bellini, Carlo

letter to, 98-100

letter from, 85-6

offers picture of wife, 85-6, 98-9

friends from Italy, 86, 99-100

Bellini, Gaspara Farolfi, 85-6, 98-9

Belmont (Randolph estate)

Martha and T. M. Randolph moving from, 20, 75

Randolphs in residence at, 54, 66n

Bengal Journal (Calcutta), 454n

Benjamin Franklin (ship)

bound for France under flag of truce, 464, 465-6n, 509, 512

carries letters, 510n, 527, 529

Bergen Point, N.J.

Du Ponts at, 314n, 326-9

Berkeley, William

treasurer of Va., 225

Bermuda Hundred (Eppes estate, Chesterfield Co., Va.)

J. W. Eppes seeks to sell land at, 139, 508

J. W. Eppes at, 274, 286, 333, 368

TJ hopes to visit, 368, 481

Bermuda Hundred, Va.

customs district, 359, 609, 611

Bethune & Smith (New York), 124-5n, 148, 418, 428

Bett. See Brown, Betty

Bettilinie, Pietro, 560n

Bible

Du Pont cites, 386

Vulgate, 555n

Billy (E. Randolph's slave), 584

Bing, Mr. (wagoner), 177

Bingham, William

W. Birch's ties to, xlii

seeks to amend election bill, 407, 409-10n, 439, 603

Binney, Horace, 145n

Birch, Thomas, xlii, 576n

Birch, William Russell

engraves views of Philadelphia, xlii-xliv, 368 (illus.), 575, 576n

Birmingham, England, 322n

Bivins, James, 503, 511n

Blaine, Alexander, 477

Blair, John (1732-1800), 258n

Blenheim (E. Randolph's slave), 584

Blight, Peter, 358

Bloody Buoy (William Cobbett), 158, 161n

Blount, Thomas, 552, 553

Blount, William

Cobbett criticizes, 159

impeachment, trial of, 452, 453n

Bolling, John (TJ's brother-in-law)

death, 533

Bolling, Mary Jefferson (Mrs. John Bolling, TJ's sister)

visits Hot Springs, 151, 197

TJ visits, 581

Bolling, Robert, 199

Bonaparte, Joseph, 562n

Bonaparte, Napoleon

Egyptian campaign, 132, 133, 134n

returns to France, 219, 221n, 403

coup of 18 Brumaire, 221n, 333, 334n, 336-7, 341, 342n, 343-5, 351, 354, 357-8, 360, 403

Bureaux de Pusy and, 265n

rumors of death of, 336

intentions unclear, 345, 354, 369, 395, 414, 416

and ancient Roman government, 357-8, 386

as model for an American usurper, 358

has confidence of nation, 403

seeks peace, 403-4, 405-6n, 473-4

at head of French army, 404

reliance on army, 489

and negotiation with American envoys, 562n

Bond, Mary, 583

Bordeaux, France

news from, 408, 414, 415, 443

destination of Benjamin Franklin, 465n, 510n

Borden, Elizabeth Rogers, 420n

Borden, Joseph, 420n

Bordley, John Beale

letter to, 387-8

and agricultural innovations, 387-8

identified, 387-8n

publications, 387-8n

letters from cited, 388n

Bordley, Sarah Fishbourne Mifflin, 387n

Boston

artists, xlv

Notes on Virginia printed in, xlv

home port for captured ships, 24

news from, 97, 98n

newspapers, 98n, 134n, 342n

Federalists in, 134n

merchants, 266n

learned societies, 294-5n

botany, 127, 291, 321, 439n, 468, 535, 569

bottles

ordered by TJ, 246, 269, 276

Boudinot, Elias, 3n

Boudinot, Elisha

letters to, 60, 355

letter from, 3-4

and N.J. copper mine, 3-4, 60, 355, 378, 380, 381n

identified, 3n

letters from cited, 60n, 355n

Bowen, Jabez, 551, 554n

Bowles, Davy

hired to travel with TJ, 360, 363, 474, 483

Bowling Green, Va., 442

Boyd, Julian P.

on TJ's letter to W. G. Munford, 129n

Boyle, Richard, third earl of Burlington, 579, 580n

Bracken, John, 317-18n

Brackenridge, Hugh Henry

on sentiments in western Pa., 467-9

identified, 468n

Incidents of the Insurrection, 468n

Modern Chivalry, 468n

receives Appendix, 552

Braddick & Butler (Richmond), 124

Brainard, Elijah, 607

Braintree, Mass.

Adams at, 133, 301-2, 338

Bran. See Brend, Thomas

Brand, Joseph, 114-15, 130

brandy, French, 148

Breckenridge, James, 205n

Breckinridge, John

letter to, 344-5

letter from, 266-8

and Ky. Resolution of 1799, 266, 268n, 344

speaker of Ky. House, 266, 268n

on proposed judicial reorganization, 266-7, 344

TJ sends news to, 344-5

receives Appendix, 552

Brend, Thomas, 117

Brent, Richard, 110n

bricks

made at Monticello, 270

wood for making, 272

plastering, stuccoing of, 482, 579-80

Bringhurst, John, 578n, 580

Brison (Breson), James, 435

Bristol, England

presents silver to Kosciuszko, 53n, 55

British Treaty (Charles Brockden Brown), 276n

Brooke, Francis Taliaferro

and brother's estate, 413

receives Appendix, 553, 554n

and Va. politics, 554n

Brooke, Robert

death of, 413, 554n

debts, 413, 463

Brooks, John, 481, 483

Brown, Andrew

death of, 322n

See also Philadelphia Gazette

Brown, Andrew, Jr.

Cobbett's "federal" heir, 320

publishes Philadelphia Gazette, 320, 322n, 342

Brown, Benjamin, 542

Brown, Betty (TJ's slave), 272

Brown, Charles Brockden

letter to, 308

letter from, 275-6

sends novel, 275-6, 308

identified, 276n

letter from cited, 276n

novels, magazines of, 276n

Brown, Clement C., 212-13

Brown, Coleman, 398, 399n

Brown, J., 296n

Brown, James

letter to, 213

letter from, 221-2

and Short's business affairs, 144-5, 213, 221-2, 501-2, 505, 508, 510n, 519-20, 532, 540

and Donald & Burton, 145n

1790 tobacco purchases by, 209

letters from cited, 213n, 222n

See also Brown & Burton (Richmond)

Brown, John (Ky.)

and federal courts in west, 262, 263n

and TJ's account of Logan's speech, 263-4n, 479-80n, 573

TJ records information from, 451

in Senate, 453n

Brown, John (Scottish physician)

influence on medicine, 127, 129n

Elementa Medicinae, 129n

Brown, Morgan

letter to, 309

letter from, 195-6

gives TJ Indian statuary, viii, 195-6, 309, 310, 312, 585, 593

identified, 196n

Brown, Rives & Co., 475n

Brown, Samuel

letter to, 573

and TJ's account of Logan's speech, 69-71, 373n, 573

receives Appendix, 552, 553n, 573

elected to APS, 573

letter to cited, 573n

Brown & Burton (Richmond)

purchase tobacco, 93

See also Brown, James

Brownsville (Redstone), Pa., 372-3, 478

Brumaire. See France: Politics and Government

Brune, Guillaume Marie Anne

protects Batavian Republic, 218-19, 221n

suppresses Chouans, 406n

Brutus, 333, 336

Bryan, Anderson

protégé of TJ, 253

and TJ's land dispute with Harvie, 253-8

Brydie, Alexander

and tobacco shipment, 235

and financial transactions, 245, 286, 298, 318

Brydie, Brown & Co. (Richmond)

letters from cited, 286n

letters to cited, 286n

factor in Milton, 343n

and financial transactions, 353-4

Buckingham Co., Va., 348n, 523

Bucks Co., Pa.

Liston's letters stopped in, 153n

manufacturing in, 455-6

Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, Comte de

TJ criticizes, 62

TJ uses information from, 295n

Bulcke, Benjamin G., 607, 609

Bull, Jonathan, 74n

Bullen, Joseph, 247n

Bullock, David, 162

Bureaux de Pusy, Jean Xavier

letter to, 292

letter from, 264-5

career, 94-6, 265n

introduced, 94-6, 104, 292

family, 95-6, 292n, 305, 314n

brings letters from France, 264-5

identified, 265n

assists Du Pont, 313-14, 315, 326-9, 331, 558

calls on TJ, 578

Bureaux de Pusy, Julienne Poivre

Du Pont's daughter-in-law, 95-6, 305

detained in Europe, arrives in U.S., 292n, 314n, 331

qualities of, 327, 329

Bureaux de Pusy, Maurice, 314n, 331

Bureaux de Pusy, Sara, 95, 292, 331

Burgos, Spain, 475-6, 477n, 480, 483

Burke, Edmund, 322n

Burling, Thomas, 607

Burlington, Lord. See Boyle, Richard, third earl of Burlington

Burr, Aaron

letters to, 22-3, 367

letters from, 4-5, 543, 557

as political leader, manager, vii, 455, 495, 511n, 557

and Currie's claim, 4, 22, 367

judgments against R. Morris's property, 4, 367

sends, receives reports on politics, public affairs, 4-5, 22-3

and Wilkinson, 29n, 312n

meets with TJ, 300

TJ conceals identity of, 300, 301n

on political prospects in N.Y., 300-1, 409

and Manhattan Company, 307

political allies, 338n

introduces A. Wolcott, 543

letter from cited, 543n

receives Appendix, 551, 552, 553, 557

vice-presidential prospect, 556-7n

distrusts Va., N.C., 556n

Burrall, Charles

letter from cited, 79-80

Burwell. See Colbert, Burwell

Burwell, Lewis, 4

Bustleton (Bustletown), Pa.

Cobbett at, 153, 161n, 322n

Butler, Pierce, 552

Butler, Richard, 600

Butt, Wilson, 218, 234, 506

butter

from Poplar Forest, 270

Byrd, Elizabeth Hill. See Skipwith, Elizabeth Hill Byrd Farley Dunbar

Byrd, Francis Otway

customs collector, 353-4, 364

letter from cited, 355n

letter to cited, 355n

Byrd, William, III, 215n

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