Volume 31 Index

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Earley, Paschal, 542

eastern states. See New England

East India Company, 454n

Eclogues (Virgil), 496n

École d'Architecture Rurale (François Cointeraux), 144-5, 501

Eden, William, 155, 161n

Edgehill (Randolph estate)

TJ disputes title of land near, 257n

renovated, 323, 368

Randolphs at, 389, 406, 415, 535, 582-3

Edmonds, Elizabeth Short, 215n, 259, 501, 510n

Edmonia (E. Randolph's slave), 583

education

TJ assesses state of knowledge, learning, viii, 126-9, 341

as foundation of republicanism, 21

of Va. planters' sons, 84-6

respective roles of schools, self-education, 127, 496

importance of printing, freedom of press to, 128, 351

for physicians, 152n, 291-2, 568-9

universal, 219

college, university curricula, 291-2, 316, 320-1, 495-6, 567-70

teachers as proposed census category, 294

uselessness of "Oriental" learning, languages (Hebrew), 320, 496

and European learning, 320-1, 346, 496, 528, 530, 569

TJ proposes new university, 320-1, 346, 496, 567-70

proposed military academy, 321, 323n, 547

primary schools, 340, 527-31, 558

academies and secondary schools, 381, 496

role of colleges, learned societies, 527, 529

national systems of, 527-30

as weapon against prejudice, 528, 530

of clergy, 568

British universities, 569, 570

college seeks congressional aid, 605

See also William and Mary, College of

Edwards, Pierpont

changing political affinities of, 74n

prosecutes Holt, 522n

receives Appendix, 551

Edwin, David, xli, xlv

Egypt

French expedition to, occupation of, 132, 133, 134n, 219, 221n, 403

election of 1796

Cobbett's role in, 160

charges against TJ, 162n

method of choosing electors, 194-5, 201

Burr's dissatisfaction, 556n

election of 1800

prosecution of press and, vii, 492, 526, 531

role of N.Y., vii, 301, 409, 455, 482, 494-5, 499-500, 509, 511n, 512, 546, 554-5, 557, 558, 560, 561, 581

Republican prospects, vii-viii, 152, 408-9, 455, 482, 490, 494-5, 499-500, 560, 581

method of choosing electors, 299-301, 319, 324-6, 354, 356-7, 455, 509, 512, 524

constitutional issues, 324, 439-40

Republicans fear Federalist maneuvers, 324-5

in Pa., 325n, 419, 560

and postponement of new taxes, 343

Callender works toward, 376-7

anticipated, 405

compared to 1796, 409

TJ shuns ceremony, attention in Va., 462, 489-90, 499, 588-90, 591n

campaign of slander and defamation, 464-5, 526, 531

issue said to be executive v. legislative power, 465

people will accept will of majority, 465

uncertainty of outcome, 465

bill to prohibit troops at polls, 476, 477n, 480-1, 483, 491, 499, 604

in Va., 482, 490

potential C. C. Pinckney candidacy, 509, 512, 561, 562-3n, 581

Federalists fear results of, 524, 531, 536

Republican vice-presidential candidates, 556-7

Senate motion respecting votes, 612

See also Ross, James

Elementa Medicinae (John Brown), 129n

Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind (Dugald Stewart), 68

Elguezábal, Juan Bautista de, 236-7, 238n

Elizabeth City Co., Va., 33n

Elk Hill (TJ's estate)

rental of, 66-7, 77

purchase of by Banks, T. Taylor, 146-7, 162-3

tobacco crop, 209-10

Elk Island, Va., 163n

Ellicott, Andrew

letter from, 592-3

source of information about west, 28

recommends D. Clark, 29n

astronomical research, 592

and Adams, 592-3

boundary survey, 592-3

Journal, 593n

Elliott, Matthew, 477, 479

Ellsworth, Oliver

appointed envoy to France, 45-6n, 64, 65, 67, 144, 212, 279, 338

J. Ogden applies to work for, 72

asserts principles of common law, 171n, 227

political ambitions, 302

returns to U.S., 456n

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

Ellsworth, Oliver, Jr.

secretary to American envoys, 475-6, 480, 482-3

Elwes (Elwees), Mr., 551

Engleterre (ship), 378, 379

Enniscorthy (Coles estate, Albemarle Co.), 174n

Epicurus

TJ studies, 284-5

Episcopal Church, 17n, 340, 369-70n

Eppes, Mr., 588

Eppes, Betsy, 147

Eppes, Elizabeth Wayles (Mrs. Francis Eppes, TJ's sister-in-law)

TJ's affection for, 14, 92, 147, 315, 484

TJ invites to Monticello, 147

TJ's regards to, 274, 334, 368, 422

M. Randolph's affection for, 582-3

Eppes, Francis (TJ's brother-in-law)

and politics, 12

and TJ's finances, 12

TJ's affection for, 14, 92, 147, 315, 484

recommends lowland Va., 139-40

and Wayles estate, 146-7, 229, 231n, 375, 457-9, 470

TJ invites to Monticello, 147

manages TJ's affairs, 255

TJ's regards to, 274, 334, 368, 422

M. Randolph's affection for, 582-3

Eppes, John Wayles (TJ's son-in-law)

letters to, 12-13, 119, 146-7, 274, 333-4, 421-3, 531-2

letters from, 286, 362, 377, 386-7, 440-1, 533

death of daughter, ix, 286n, 347, 360, 366, 367

and sale of land, 12, 139, 508

as slaveholder, 12, 274

TJ sends news, papers to, 12-13, 315, 333-4, 531-2

business, plantation affairs, 14, 75, 76n, 81n, 92, 119, 139, 274, 315

correspondence with TJ, 14, 331, 367-8, 368, 369, 393-4, 484

and wife's health, 54, 362, 377, 386-7, 389, 421-2, 440-1, 525-6, 533, 535

TJ's affection for, 75, 92, 315, 368

health of, 91-2, 119

and TJ's business affairs, 146-7, 333, 364, 387, 533

invited to, visits Monticello, 147

letters from cited, 147n, 274n, 286, 334n, 361n, 423n, 484n

orders herring, 149

and TJ's support of Callender, 181n

property in Albemarle Co., 190n, 508

birth of daughter, 286, 324, 331, 333

at Eppington, 286

travels, 440

at Mont Blanco, 531, 535-7, 546, 581

receives Appendix, 553

See also Pantops

Eppes, Mary Jefferson (Maria, Polly, Mrs. John Wayles Eppes, TJ's daughter)

letters to, 13-14, 75, 91-2, 314-16, 367-9, 484

letters from, 78-9, 139-40

death of daughter, ix, 286n, 347, 360, 366, 367, 389

inflammation of breasts, ix, 362, 366, 368, 377, 386-7, 389-90, 394, 413, 415, 422, 440

piano for, xliv

correspondence with TJ, 12, 139, 147, 274, 333, 368, 369, 421, 531, 533

TJ hopes to visit, 13-14, 75, 92

relationship with sister, 14, 54, 75, 78-9, 140, 347, 366, 368, 389-90, 394, 413, 441, 473, 484, 526, 531, 535-6, 582

health of, 54, 55n, 78, 91-2, 119, 139, 286, 315, 324, 331, 333, 415, 473, 483-4, 525-6, 531, 533, 535

manages household, 78

affection for T. M. Randolph, 78-9

TJ's affection for, 119, 147, 274, 315, 367-8, 422, 484, 532

invited to, visits Monticello, 140, 147, 368, 481, 483, 484, 526, 531, 535-6

letters from cited, 147n, 274n, 315n

birth of daughter, 286, 324, 330, 332, 333

TJ sends news of politics, government to, 314-16

and C. Church, 330, 332, 333, 422, 533

and Albemarle Co. society, 354

TJ consoles, 367-8

affection for TJ, 377, 441

tables for, from Philadelphia, 484

at Mont Blanco, 533, 536-7, 581

See also Pantops

Eppington, Va.

as Eppes family seat, 14, 147, 368, 422n

birth of TJ's granddaughter at, 286

TJ hopes to visit, 315, 462, 473, 474, 483, 484, 526, 531

postal service to, 333

M. J. Eppes ill at, 389-90, 413, 415, 526, 531, 535

Randolphs visit, 390-1, 403, 406, 414

TJ visits, 590-1

Erving, George W.

introduced to TJ, 349, 395, 461

and Monroe, 461-3, 489, 490, 499

TJ appoints to position, 463n

Esquisse d'un tableau historique des progrès de l'esprit humain (Marquis de Condorcet), 68

Essay on Ophthalmia, or Inflammation of the Eyes (Elijah Griffiths), 152n

Essays and Notes on Husbandry and Rural Affairs (John Beale Bordley), 387-8

ethics. See philosophy

Euclid, 126

Eulogium, On the Character of General Washington (William Jackson), 402

Evans, Cadwalader, 338

Evans, Oliver

Young Mill-Wright, 117, 122

Evans, Thomas

wins, holds seat in Congress, 33n

firm Federalist, 113, 114n, 306n

Evans, Thomas (agent of Farell & Jones), 210-11

Everett, Charles, 575, 577n

Examination of the Connecticut Claim to Lands in Pennsylvania (William Smith), 26

Examiner (Richmond)

prints Republican essays, 98n

begins publication, 163, 165n

threatened, 165n, 180

Callender contributes to, 194, 268, 376-7, 432, 525

defends TJ, 211n

TJ subscribes to, 376

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

and Callender's arrest, 589n

extradition. See Robbins, Jonathan

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