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Daily Advertiser (New York), 341, 342n, 343

Dallas, Alexander J.

represents Duane, 451-3, 466-7

as Blount's attorney, 453n

receives Appendix, 553

Dana, Samuel W.

in House debates, 64, 65n

Danbury, Conn., 522n

dancing

study of, 496, 568

Daniel, Chesley, 188, 245

Dares Phrygius, 340, 341n

Darke, William, 492, 493n, 521, 531

Darlington (horse), 273n

Darmsdatt, Joseph

supplies fish for Monticello, 112, 116, 126n, 149-50, 591

dates, 586

Daubenton, Louis Jean Marie, 528, 530

Daveiss, Joseph Hamilton, 264n

Davenport, William

and renovation of Monticello, 20, 148, 272

letter to cited, 149n

Davie, William R.

appointed envoy to France, 46n, 144, 212, 279, 338

political ambitions, 302

returns to U.S., 456n

forwards letters, 465n

in France, 465n

arrives in Europe, 475-6, 477n, 480, 482-3

secretary for, 475-6, 480, 482-3

arrives in Paris, 561

See also France: U.S. Relations with

Davis, Augustine

and TJ's letters to Callender, 180-1n, 202n

publishes Federalist newspaper, 181n

Davis, Cornelius, 351n

Davis, Isaac, 542

Davis, Thomas T., 262, 263n

Davis's tavern (Fredericksburg, Va.), 361n

Davy. See Hern, David

Dawson, John

has Madison's confidence, 279, 299

Day, Thomas

History of Sandford and Merton, 20-1

Dayton, Jonathan

stifles debate in House, 64

in Senate, 453n

deafness

and sign language, 311

Dearborn, Henry, 551

Debates in the House of Delegates of Virginia, upon Certain Resolutions before the House, upon the Important Subject of the Acts of Congress Passed at their Last Session, Commonly Called, the Alien and Sedition Laws, 117, 122, 137

debt

N.Y. legislation on, 4-5

imprisonment for, 281, 282n

Declaration of Independence, 156, 170

Dedham, Mass., 429

De la Grange, Joseph E. G. M., 396n

Delamotte, M.

engineer, 540-2

Delamotte, F. C. A.

and TJ's financial transactions, 40

forwards letters, 144-5

letter to cited, 442n

Delaware

Cobbett's residence in, 153-6

responds to Va. Resolutions, 174n

selection of presidential electors, 201

businesses, 396n

Indians of, 411

Delaware Indians

language, 393

missionaries among, 393

Delaware River

freezes over, 51, 75, 376

De La Warr, Thomas West, fourth Baron

governor of Va., 412

Denning, William, 557

De Paw. See Pauw, Cornelius de

Derby, Elias Hasket, 602

Derieux, Justin Pierre Plumard

misfortunes of, 544, 545n

TJ gives financial assistance to, 544

Derieux, Maria Margarita Martin (Mme Justin Pierre Plumard Derieux), 544, 545n

Desaix, Louis Charles, 134n

Desfourneaux, Edmé Etienne Borne

commissioner to W. Indies, 24, 30-1, 34, 37

letter to Adams, 44, 45n, 48

Dexter, Samuel

on president's term of office, 324

in Senate, 382n, 454n, 605

asserts principles of common law, 447, 545

named secretary of war, 581

Dick (E. Randolph's slave), 583

Dickey, Capt. (Little Sam), 239

Dickinson, John

letter to, 417

letters from, 445, 567

receives pamphlet, 417, 445

political opinions, 445

receives Appendix, 551, 567

regard for TJ, 567

Dickinson College, xli, 452n

Didot, Pierre and Firmin

develop printing process, 145n

Dinsmore, James

witnesses indenture, 199

housejoiner at Monticello, 270, 272-3n, 354, 364

terms of employment, 272-3n

letter to cited, 355n

letter from cited, 364n

Dionaea muscipula

venus flytrap, 535

Direct Tax (1798)

opposition to, vii

needed to pay for defense measures, 5

anticipated revenue from, 33

need to augment, 306, 358

amendment of, 598, 599, 609

and valuation of houses, 602

See also Fries Rebellion

Discourses on Davila (John Adams), 429-30

dishes, 586

Dismal Swamp

Green Sea land investments, 216, 218, 234, 235, 239, 506, 508, 511n, 515

Divers, George

resides in Albemarle Co., 108, 109n, 323

letters from cited, 109n

letters to cited, 109n

Divers, Martha Walker (Mrs. George Divers), 20

Dixon, John, 165n

Dobson, Thomas

books purchased from, 87, 587, 588n

prints APS Transactions, 549-50

dogs, 271

Dolly (E. Randolph's slave), 584

Donald & Burton

and Short's business affairs, 145n

Donald & Fraser (Petersburg), 226

Dorsey, Mr., 102

Dougherty, Felix, 559-60

Dover (Goochland Co., Va.)

T. M. Randolph's land at, 390-1

Dover tract (Va.)

Short considers buying, 507, 511n

Dowse, Edward, 429-30, 551

Duane, Margaret Bache, 454n, 493n

Duane, William

letters from, 453-4, 466-7

and J. Ogden, 72-3

assaulted, 152-3n

and Cobbett, 153-62

publishes Liston's letters, 153n

imprisonment at Calcutta, 154, 160, 161n

and Callender, 163-4

receives payment, 342n, 575, 577n

Senate prosecution of, 408, 410-11n, 416, 422, 447, 451-4, 466-7, 476, 481, 483, 491, 492, 493n, 521n, 537, 603-6

identified, 453-4n

and TJ's statement for Aurora, 458n, 460n

goes into hiding, 466-7, 476, 483, 492, 521n

indictments against, 521, 522n, 531, 536

and Madison, 524-5

comments on Federalists, 563n, 581n

updates, sells Gifford's work, 575, 577n

See also Aurora (Philadelphia)

Dublin, Ireland

political activities in, 134n, 381-2

O'Connor imprisoned in, 165n

See also Trinity College (Dublin)

Ducos, Pierre Roger, 336-7, 344-5

dueling, 376-7

Dugnani, Antonio

letter to, 559-60

correspondence with TJ, 510n

acquaintance with TJ, 559-60

letter from cited, 560n

Dumfries, Va.

TJ stops at, 186

Dumouriez, Charles François Du Périer, 88n

Dunbar, Rev. John, 215n

Dunbar, William

letters to, 137-9, 311

letter from, 203

source of information about west, 28-9, 136, 236-7, 311

TJ opens correspondence with, 136, 137-9

identified, 138-9n

scientific pursuits, 138-9n, 203, 311

letter from cited, 139n

records sign language, 310, 311

Dungeness (Randolph estate), 537

Dunmore, John Murray, fourth Earl of

and Logan's speech, 70, 130, 372, 373n, 393, 435n

imposes peace on Shawnees, 373n, 399, 479

Dunmore's War

causes, beginning of, 370, 373n, 477-80

Du Ponceau, Peter Stephen, 434n

du Pont, Gabrielle Joséphine de la Fite de Pelleport

wife of V. du Pont, 327, 329

du Pont, Victor Marie

returns to U.S., 313-15, 331

family, 314n, 327, 329, 331

part of family enterprise, 327-9, 531n

Du Pont (de Nemours), Père, Fils et Compagne, 530-1n

du Pont de Nemours, E. I., & Co., 396n

du Pont de Nemours, Éleuthère Irénée

arrives in U.S., 314n

family, 314n, 327, 329

part of family enterprise, 327-9

Du Pont de Nemours, Françoise Robin Poivre

relation to Bureaux de Pusy, 95-6

precedes husband to U.S., 292n, 305, 314n, 331

qualities of, 327, 329

TJ hopes to see, 481, 483, 496

sends regards to TJ, 529, 530

mentioned, 315

Du Pont de Nemours, Pierre Samuel

letters to, 313-14, 495-6, 578

letters from, 326-9, 385-6, 527-31, 558-9

on education, ix, 495-6, 527-31, 558

plans to settle in Va., 92, 327, 328, 481, 483, 531n

marriages, 95, 96n

moves to U.S., 95-6, 104, 264-5, 292, 305-6, 313-15, 321, 326-9, 331, 340

carries letters, news of friends, 175, 328, 329

family, 264-5, 305, 314n, 327-8, 329

TJ praises, 292, 340-1, 481, 495

does not speak English, 313, 327, 328

career in France, 327, 328

expected in Philadelphia, 327, 328, 362, 385-6

departure from Paris, 328, 329

political views, 386

sees TJ, 481, 483

association with National Institute of France, 496, 529, 530, 531n, 578n

invited to Monticello, 496, 524, 591

founds company, 527, 529, 530-1n

"Mémoire" on primary schools, 529, 530, 531n

Vues sur l'éducation nationale, 529, 530

treatise on national education, 531n

and APS, 578

essay on plants, polyps, and insects, 578

du Pont de Nemours, Sophie Madeleine Dalmas

wife of E. I. du Pont de Nemours, 327, 329

DuVal, N. P., 584

DuVal, William, 583-4

Dwight, Timothy, 294n

Dyer, Mr., 551

 
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