Volume 31 Index

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C

Cabell, Nicholas, 289, 290n

Cadiz, Spain

as convenient port, 61

rendezvous of French, Spanish fleets, 132-3

Caesar, Julius, 354

Cairo, 134n

Calcutta, 154, 160, 161n, 454n

Call, Daniel

letters to, 165-6, 193, 217

letters from, 176, 190, 205-8

and suit against B. Henderson's heirs, 165-6, 167, 176, 190, 193, 205-8, 217

connections to John Marshall, 166n

identified, 166n

TJ misidentifies, 176

Call, Richard, 176

Callaghan, David, 54

Callender, James Thomson

letters to, 179-82, 200-2

letters from, 163-5, 194-5, 203-4, 238-9, 268, 376-7, 427-8, 432-3, 525, 543

criticizes Duane, Aurora, 163-4

writes in Va., 163-5, 194-5, 268, 427-8, 432-3, 525

children of, remain in Philadelphia, 164

seeks, receives financial assistance from TJ, 164, 179-81, 182

Prospect Before Us, 164-5, 179-81, 182, 194-5, 200-2, 203-4, 238, 268, 376-7, 427, 432, 433n, 589n

criticizes Adams, supporters, 165n, 525

defends TJ, 165n

threatened, 165n

publishes, circulates TJ's letters, 180-1n

and Examiner, 194, 268, 376-7, 432, 525

asks TJ for information, 194-5, 200-2

letter from cited, 195n

pseudonyms of, 268n

second volume of Prospect, 376, 525

and TJ's debt to Farell & Jones, 427-8, 458-60n

"Address to the Public," 525

reports election results, 543

sedition trial, 589-91

Callender, Robert, 478

Campbell, Andrew, 74n

Campbell, David

letter to, 433-4

letter from, 475

records Cherokee vocabulary, 433-4, 475

receives Appendix, 551

Campbell, Robert, 319, 322n

Canada

Liston corresponds with official of, 153n, 287-8, 521

potential French invasion of, 287

Acadia, 413n

refugees from, 612

canals

Fulton's innovations, 144-5, 501

for TJ's mill, 270-1, 523

See also James River Company

candles

TJ's bill for, in Philadelphia, 69, 582

cane

in lower Mississippi Valley, 203

Canfield, Ithamar, 602

Cannibals' Progress (William Cobbett), 22

Capitol, U.S.

design of House, Senate chambers, 538-9, 563

See also Washington, District of Columbia

Captina (Capteener) Creek, 370, 372

Carey, James

publishes pamphlets, 13n, 16, 417n, 462n

Carlisle, Pa., 468n

Carlisle College, 452n

Carolina Gazette (Charleston, S.C.), 438n

Caroline County, Va.

E. Pendleton's address to freeholders of, 59n

political representation, 67n

Caron (Carron), Peter (Pierre), 575, 577n

Carondelet, Francisco Luis Hector, Baron de, 469n

Carr, Mrs., 20

Carr, Dabney (TJ's nephew)

in TJ's accounts, 251-2

correspondence with, 315

letter from cited, 316n

Carr, Eleanor Carr (Nelly, Mrs. Samuel Carr), 92

Carr, Hester Smith Stevenson (Hettie, Mrs. Peter Carr), 92, 476

Carr, Jefferson, 92

Carr, John (b.1753)

letter from, 84

education of sons, 84

Carr, Martha Jefferson (Mrs. Dabney Carr, TJ's sister)

letter to, 525-7

family news, 525-7

invests in U.S. loan, 526

letter from cited, 526n

Carr, Mary Jane, 92

Carr, Peter (TJ's nephew)

letter to, 475-7

TJ sends news of public affairs to, 50, 475-7

family, 92

forwards request, 102

runs for legislature, 241, 274, 526

TJ asks favor of, 475, 482, 522

Carr, Samuel (TJ's nephew), 92

Carr, Thomas, Jr., 384n

carriage tax

revenues from, 33, 277

Carter, Charles (of Blenheim), 545n

Carter, Edward (d. 1792), 142

Carter, John, 141-2

Carter, William Champe, 92, 463, 515, 538

Carter's mountain (Albemarle Co.), 143n

Cary, Archibald, 492n

Cary, Jane Barbara Carr (Jenny, TJ's niece), 526, 527n

Cary, Robert, & Co.

and settlement of Wayles estate debt, 229-31, 503

TJ's account with, 491, 492n

and Cary, Moorey & Welch, 492n

Cary, Wilson, 527n

Case of Jonathan Robbins (Charles Pinckney), 226-7, 228n, 438

Castlereagh, Robert Stewart, second Viscount of, 165n

Cathalan, Eulalie (Stephen Cathalan, Jr.'s daughter), 108

Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.

letter from, 107-8

business affairs, family, 107-8

Cathalan, Stephen, Sr., 108

Cathalan, Mme Stephen, Sr., 108

Catholic Church

American students in Rome, 559-60

in Louisiana, 593, 594-5n

See also Vatican

census

data collected for, 293-5

legislation authorizing, 295n, 600, 601, 606

center. See lemon juice

Ceracchi, Giuseppe

busts of Washington, 304

bust of TJ, 423

chains

manufactured at Monticello, 384

Chaldeans, 564, 567n

charcoal

as fuel for fireplaces, 103, 272

prepared, used at Monticello, 270-2, 384

Charles (E. Randolph's slave), 584

Charles, Archduke of Austria, 133, 134n

Charles Frederick, margrave of Baden, 355, 380n

Charleston, S.C.

Robbins incident, 181-2n

C. B. Brown at, 276n

newspapers and politics in, 438

Charlottesville, Va.

social life, 20, 437

postal service at, 79-80, 196-7, 522

petitioning, 108

roads, 141

Bell receives shipments at, 172

and Callender's Prospect Before Us, 194

Federalists at, 240-1

sales of TJ's nails at, 271, 384n

merchants, 384n

courts held in, 475, 476, 482

physicians, 577n

Chase, Samuel

W. Birch's ties to, xlii

students learn law from, 468n

and trial of Cooper, 493n

impeachment of, 522n

and trial of Fries, 522n

attacks TJ, 589, 590

and Monroe, 589

presides at Callender's trial, 589-90

TJ scorns, 590

Chaudron, Simon

eulogizes Washington, 396, 417

Cheat River, 478

cheese

making of Parmesan, 208

chemistry

need for progress in, 127

research in, 291

in college curricula, 291-2, 316, 321, 452n, 472, 569

Chemical Society of Philadelphia, 291n

analysis of water from Sweet Springs, 317

and geology, 317, 444

TJ studies, 322n

and agriculture, 569

Cherokee Indians

language, 433-4, 436, 437n, 475

relations with U.S., 434n

cherries

at Monticello, 92

Chester Co., Pa., 152

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

Chestnut Street Theatre (New Theatre; Philadelphia)

J. Randolph confronted at, xlii, 305, 306n, 314

view of, xlii-xliii, 368 (illus.)

Chickasaw Indians

language, 138, 436

visit Va., 246-8

U.S., Va. treaties with, 247n

children

books, reading, 20-1, 536

illnesses of, 109n, 333, 582

slave, work in nailery, 271, 363

births, 286, 330n

deaths of, in infancy, 286n, 347, 360, 366

gifts for, 331, 536

See also Randolph, Anne Cary (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Cornelia Jefferson (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Ellen Wayles, II (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Thomas Jefferson (TJ's grandson)

Chillicothe (Chelicothe), treaty of, 372, 373n

Chipman, Nathaniel

Sketches of the Principles of Government, 68

TJ praises, 68

and common law, 430-1, 447

in Senate, 453n

Choctaw Indians

language, 138, 436, 437n

cholera, 454n

Christian Advocate (Philadelphia), 353n

Christianity

TJ's views on, 285n

and political, philosophical outlooks, 350, 365

Washington's views on, 352-3

and observance of sabbath, 589

Church, Angelica Schuyler (Mrs. John Barker Church)

letter to, 330

TJ's friendship with, 330, 332

Church, Catherine (Kitty)

letter to, 332

TJ's affection for, 330, 332

and TJ's daughters, 330, 332, 333, 422, 533

letter from cited, 332n

cider

made at Monticello, 360, 365

Cincinnati, 561n

Cincinnati, Society of, 402n

ciphers

for political correspondence, vii, 300, 301n

Cisalpine Republic, 132

citizenship

and Robbins case, 181-2n

City Gazette and Daily Advertiser (Charleston, S.C.), 438n

City of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania North America (William Russell Birch)

TJ subscribes to, xlii, 576n

views of city, xlii-xliv, 576n

TJ uses, values, xliv

Claiborne, William C. C., 29n

Clarinda (slave), 476n

Clark, Bowling

sends tobacco to Richmond, 14

letter from cited, 15n

sends produce to Monticello, 270

sells tobacco, 497

Clark, Daniel

letters to, 135-6, 309-11

letters from, 27-9, 236-8, 593-5

intermediary for Nolan, 27-8, 135-6, 236-8, 309-10, 311, 594

identified, 29n

TJ's correspondence with, 137

and shipments for TJ, 309, 310, 312, 593-4

Clark (Clarke), George Rogers, 573

Clarke, John, 541-2

Clarke, Samuel

letter to, 83

account with TJ, 35, 83, 191-2, 240, 248, 268-9

letter from cited, 191n

Clay, Mr., 501

Clay, Charles

letter to, 208-9

requests information on Parmesan cheese, 208-9

letter from cited, 209n

Clay, Henry, 326n

Clay, Joseph (1769-1811), 184n

Clay, Matthew, 184n

Claypoole's American Daily Advertiser (Philadelphia), 114n

clergy

political influence in New England, 10, 17n, 72-4, 97

as proposed census category, 294

and science, 318n

Anglican, 369-70n

eulogizes Washington, 411

education of, 568

Clinton, George

role in election of 1800, 409, 455, 494-5

receives Appendix, 552

vice-presidential prospect, 556-7n

clover

in TJ's crop rotation plan, 197, 507

red, grown in Albemarle Co., Va., 507

killed by frost, 523

clover seed

ordered by, sent to TJ, 14, 42-3, 75

obtained in Philadelphia, 406, 420, 423

coal. See charcoal

Coalter, John

letters to, 192, 240, 268-9

letter from, 248-9

collects payments, 83, 109, 191-2, 240, 248-9, 268-9

identified, 192n

letter from cited, 240n

Cobbett, William

letter from, 153-62

allusions to Cannibals' Progress, 22

advocates war with France, Spain, 32

as P. Porcupine, 32, 320

Porcupine's Political Censor, 32n

translation by, 39n

Life and Adventures, 153-4, 157, 161n

introduced to TJ, 153-5

conflict with TJ, 153-62

accused of desertion, 155, 161n

teaches English to émigrés, 156

early republican sentiments of, 157-9

Bloody Buoy, 158, 161n

on French Revolution, 161n

closes newspaper, leaves U.S., 320, 322n

criticizes Priestley, 320

Cocke, William, 600, 604

cod

tongues and sounds of, 76, 586

coffee

on TJ's grocery lists, 76, 87, 89

varieties, 76, 89

Philadelphia coffee house, 90

obtained from Higginbotham, 270

Cointeraux, François

École d'Architecture Rurale, 144-5, 501

acquaintance with TJ, 501, 510n

Colbert, Burwell (TJ's slave)

duties, 271, 363

Colle (Mazzei's Va. estate), 544, 545n

Collection of All Such Public Acts of the General Assembly, and Ordinances of the Conventions of Virginia, Passed since the year 1768, 255, 257n

Collet, John, 605

Collot, Georges Henri Victor

collects intelligence, 468-9

Columbia, Va., 270, 474

commerce

as topic of college study, 321

See also United States: Economy

Commercial Advertiser (New York), 557n, 562n

common law

as political issue, 168-71, 179, 227, 232-3, 280n, 288, 295-6, 319, 325, 356, 357n, 447, 545

and Va. law, 169-70, 207

and Sedition Act, 171n, 233n, 357n

TJ urges test case of, 232

Va. legislature asserts position on, 280n, 288, 295-6, 299-300, 319, 325, 356

potential refutation of, by declaratory act, 356, 485

asserted in Senate debates, 416, 447, 545

relationship of English common law, natural law, 416, 447

and Senate proceedings against Duane, 416, 447

applied in states, 430-1, 447, 492-3

and selection of juries, 430-1, 447

and criminal law, 447, 545

Communications from Several States, on the Resolutions of the Legislature of Virginia

TJ receives, 446, 461

Comparison of the Institutions of Moses with Those of the Hindoos and Other Ancient Nations (Joseph Priestley), 349, 351n, 364, 472, 567, 568n

Conard, Mr., 148

Condorcet, Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas de Caritat, Marquis de

Esquisse d'un tableau, 68

TJ concurs with views of, 127

philosophy of, 365

Condy, Elizabeth Hopkinson, 420n

Condy, Jonathan W., 419-20

Conestoga, Pa.

murder of Indians at, 71

conferva, 397, 550

Congress Hall (Philadelphia), xlii-xliii, 368 (illus.)

Connaissance des temps

ordered by TJ, 465, 466n, 510

Connecticut

Republicans in, vii, 16-18, 72, 74n, 455, 543

"bigotry" of, 10

boundary dispute with Pa., 25-6

charter claims to western lands, 25-6, 599, 607, 609

responds to Va. Resolutions, 174n

selection of presidential electors, 201

selection of jurors, 431n

Callender's Prospect in, 432, 433n

prosecution of editor in, 521, 522n, 531

federal courts in, 522n

attorneys, 543

legislature, 543n

Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, 294-5n, 600

Connecticut Courant (Hartford), 522n

Connecticut Land Company, 25-6

Connolly, John, 370, 373n

Constellation (U.S. frigate), 408, 410n, 456n

Constitutional Convention

Madison's notes on, 18

and bills regulating commerce, 408, 410n

Madison attends, 565, 567n

Constitutional Gazette; and Republican Courier (Philadelphia), 114n

Constitutional Telegraphe (Boston), 342

Constitution of the United States

TJ forecasts threats to, 36, 77, 97, 110, 227, 243, 358

preservation depends on peace, 55

and Alien and Sedition Acts, 173, 178, 278, 280n, 295, 590n

as compact of states, 173-4, 178-9, 288-9, 295, 495

principles of, affirmed, 173-4, 178-9, 485

role of courts, states in determining constitutionality of laws, 174n

recommended changes to, 219

and elements of common law, 299-300

proposed amendments to, 300n, 407, 410n, 601

and selection of presidential electors, 300n, 324, 419

French coup demonstrates importance of, 354

and circumscription of common law by declaratory act, 356, 485

and Ross election bill, 382n, 439-40, 547-8

and independence of judiciary, 410n, 421

and privileges of Congress, 422, 453n, 453-4, 466-7n, 537

amendment v. legislative changes to, 439-40

need for declaration of rights, 485

general welfare (sweeping) clause, 547, 550

Conyngham & Nesbit (Philadelphia), 331, 334

Cooper, Thomas

letter from, 451-3

Political Essays, 319-20, 322n, 325, 443, 470, 485, 492

settles in Pa., 320, 322n

"On the Propriety and Expediency of Unlimited Enquiry," 322n

defends Duane, 451-3, 466-7, 492-3

convicted of libel, 452n, 492-3, 521-2, 531, 536

identified, 452n

Political Arithmetic, 455, 456n, 481, 485

writing style criticized, 470

"Propositions" on civil government, 485, 486n

seeks position with Adams administration, 492n

receives Appendix, 551

Copland, Charles, 537-8

copper

mined in N.J., 3-4, 60, 355, 378-81, 547, 548n, 550

and federal incorporation, monopoly rights, 547, 548-9n, 610

for ships' hulls, 547, 548n, 550

shortage of, 548-9n

sought in western territories, 548-9n, 606

corporations to mine, produce, 548n

corks

ordered by TJ, 81, 82, 85, 93, 145, 246, 269, 276

corn

TJ buys, 80-3, 273n, 303n

for Pantops, 92, 119

for horses, 119

price of, 119

in TJ's crop rotation plan, 197, 506-7, 518

harvested, 229

stored, 363

exhausts soil, 507, 518

Cornelius, William, 514

Cornstalk (Shawnee Indian), 479

Correspondence between George Nicholas, Esq. of Kentucky, and the Hon. Robert G. Harper (George Nicholas), 204-5, 232-3

Coruña, Spain

U.S. envoys at, 475-6, 480, 482-3

Country Habitations (John Beale Bordley), 388n

Coxe, Daniel W., 238

Coxe, Tench

letters to, 36, 112-14, 137, 285

letters from, 100-2, 132-4, 555-7

intermediary for D. Clark, 28, 136n, 137, 309, 310

hopes to establish Republican paper, 36, 100-2, 112-14, 132

prefers large, armed militia, 101

letters forwarded by Barnes, 102

and Forman, 114n, 285

sends foreign news, 132-4

and Pa. Land Office, 285n

business ties to Pickering, 287, 288n

reports gossip, intelligence, 287-8

and Beckley, 296n

receives Appendix, 552, 553, 555-6

and Republican strategy, 556-7

Craven, John H., 222-3, 273n

Creek Indians

government program to transform, 334-5, 437n

Hawkins describes, 335, 436

language, 335, 436

Cresap, Michael

and attacks on Indians, 69-71, 130-1, 260, 263n, 335-6, 370-3, 393, 449-50, 478-80

Logan addresses letter to, 398-9

Cresap, Thomas, 479

Crèvecoeur, Michel Guillaume St. John de

letter from cited, 144n

Crew, Robert, 218

Cribs (Liston's courier), 287

Cromwell, Oliver, 369, 395

Crowell, Capt. (Polly), 242

Cuba

white Havana sugar, 172, 178

bishop of La. from, 595n

Culpeper Co., Va., 111n, 542

Cumberland Co., Va.

business affairs in, 12, 210, 211n, 457, 459n

Cumberland River

antiquities discovered along, viii, 195-6, 309

availability of lands on, 7

Cummens, James, 575, 577n

Cummens, Thomas, 575, 577n

Cuningham & Nesbitt. See Conyngham & Nesbit (Philadelphia)

Curles (Randolph estate), 501, 503, 507-8, 510n

Currie, James

asks TJ's help in recovering debt, 4, 22, 367

assists with arbitration, 209

letter from cited, 367n

letters to cited, 367n

receives Appendix, 553

"Curtius." See Thomson, John

Cushing, William

charge to Va. grand jury, 41, 42n

on circuit, 465n

Cuvier, Georges, 61-2

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