Volume 31 Index

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F

Fagg, John

supplies planking, 270, 272, 273n, 474

Fairlamb, Mr., 150

Farell & Jones

and Wayles estate, 147n, 210-11, 234-5, 239, 242, 250, 457-61, 503, 511n

Faris, George, 148n

Faris, H., 149

Faris, John, 148n

Faris, R., 148

Faris, William, 136

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

Farley, James Parke, 215n

Farmington, Va., 109n

Fauquier Co., Va., 111n

feathers

for bedding, 352, 375

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

Federal District. See Washington, District of Columbia

Federal Gazette and Philadelphia Evening Post. See Philadelphia Gazette

Federalists

and Ky. and Va. resolutions, 4-5, 40

in N.Y., 5, 554, 557

in New England, 10, 72, 134n, 351n, 492, 509-12, 554n

losing their dominance, 12, 546-7, 573, 579

in Va., 15n, 164, 165n, 180, 181n, 205n, 240-1, 250-1, 289, 381, 432-3, 490, 541-3

characterized as Illuminati, 17n, 351n

called tories, British party, 36, 57, 77-8, 243, 320, 432, 438, 445, 485, 554, 589

excessive expenses, taxes of, 36, 41, 77, 110, 201, 290, 306, 343, 358, 439, 471, 546-7, 573

referred to as war party, 36, 55, 64, 77

measures backed by military power, 41

divisions within, 45, 46n, 48, 50, 63-4, 243-4, 290, 296-7, 301-2, 320, 337-8, 509, 512, 562-3n, 581

hold caucuses, 45n, 296-7, 303, 561, 562-3n

and France, 49, 297, 343

and military profiteering, 77

and XYZ affair, 77-8

still powerful in Sixth Congress, 97

pro-war, pro-British wing of, 101, 243, 290, 297, 301-2, 524

restrained, cautious element of, 101, 297, 301-2

successes in Va., 110-11, 113-14, 499

views of progress of knowledge, 128, 129n, 341, 350-1

fear Lafayette, 134n

and election of 1796, 162n

champion common law, 168-71, 227, 356, 357n, 545-6

manipulate public opinion, 180, 279, 462, 509, 512, 554-5, 557

and Callender, 181n, 525n

newspapers, 181n, 320, 322n, 438

discredited by British actions, 223, 227, 233

strive for monarchy, 227, 243, 250-1, 320, 324, 430, 495

excluded from office, 243, 250-1, 266

exclude Republicans from offices, 243

in western states, 266

in N.C., 279, 485

swayed by Madison, 289

consider war against France, 296-7, 303, 454-5

and changes in selection of presidential electors, 300n, 324-5, 326

in House of Representatives, 306-7n, 343, 407

and potential dismemberment of union, 324

some prefer lifetime term for president, 324

thought to promote, capitalize on political disruption, 324

and election of 1800, 324-5, 408-9

in Pa., 324-5, 358

and St. Andrew's Society, 337

supposed bigotry of, 341

foresee restoration of monarchy to France, 343, 345

supported by banks, 343

and Illuminati, 350-1

and Robbins case, 358

associated with British citizens, 381

in Senate, 408, 411n, 416, 563n, 579

in S.C., 438

some rue U.S. independence from Britain, 469

favor merchants, speculators over farmers, manufacturers, 471

opposition to France as touchstone of, 493n, 524, 534

form, promote electoral tickets, 494-5

John Marshall as Va. leader of, 499, 588-9

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

called Federalist party, 509, 512

misled by temporary opinions against France, 509, 512

desperate to hold power, 524, 531, 536, 556, 581

scorn public opinion, 579, 581

Feldkirch, battle of, 133, 134n

fencing, 496, 568

Fennell, James, xlii

Fenner, Arthur, 551, 554n

Fenno, John

death of, 322n

Fenno, John Ward

publishes Gazette of the United States, 320, 322n

Fenwick, Joseph

letter to cited, 442n

figs

on TJ's grocery lists, 75

fires

measures to prevent, combat, 56-7, 183

insurance against, 186-8, 571-2

in Va. cities, 188n

at Philadelphia Gazette, 322n

Fischer. See Fiszer, Stanislaw

fish

cod tongues and sounds, 76, 586

barreled herring, 112, 116, 149n, 149, 383-4, 591

barreled shad, 112, 116

TJ settles accounts for, 149, 150n

fishing in Va., 315

Fisher, Daniel, 583

fisheries

legislation, 603

Fiszer, Stanislaw, 60

Fitch, John, 220-1n

FitzSimons, Thomas

serves on Jay Treaty commission, 39, 161n

Flanders

linens from, 523

flax, 399n

Fleming, John

TJ's account with, 82, 124, 125n, 145

letters from cited, 125n

letter to cited, 125n

Fleurieu, Charles Pierre Claret, 562n

Florence, Italy, 134n, 304

Florida, West, 139n, 592n, 594

flour

price, sales of, 124, 125, 136, 145-6

in accounts with Fleming, 125n, 145

Floyd, Catherine (Kitty), 439n

Floyd, William

letter from, 438-9

and Republican politics, 438-9

and Madison, 439n

receives Appendix, 552, 553, 554n

Fluvanna Co., Va., 476n

fodder

damaged by rain, 189

Folwell, Richard, 392n

Forman, Ezekiel

publishes newspapers, 113, 114n, 132, 133n

association with Coxe, 114n, 285n

Fossett, Joseph (TJ's slave)

assumes some of Jupiter's duties, 363

works in forge, 384, 385n

Fourcroy, Antoine François de, 317

Foushee, John H., 290n, 357n

Foushee, William

E. Randolph debt to, 583-4

conveys letter, 588, 590

on Va. Council, 589n

Fowler, John, 214, 262, 263n, 501

Fragments sur Paris (Friedrich Johann Lorenz Meyer), 87-8

France

Constitution

subverted, 344-5, 354

of the Year VIII, 403, 405n

prospect of new, representative, 403-4

Consuls

and Lafayette, 357-8, 386

Roman model for, 357-8, 386

as triumverate, 381, 416

form of government under, 405n

Directory

decrees on treatment of American, neutral sailors, 13n, 23, 30, 31, 34, 37, 49

replaces Hugues in W. Indies, 24, 30-1, 34, 37

disposed to negotiate with U.S., 44, 46-7, 50, 67, 302

and elections, 96n

overthrown, 221n, 343, 344-5

powers limited, 223n

as failed model of plural executive, 336-7

members, 337n

and factional divisions, 344-5

new government claims continuity with, 476, 480, 483

Economy

market for U.S. tobacco, 105, 167, 189, 408, 413-15, 443, 489, 532

and 30 Prairial, 223n

market for wheat, 489

Du Pont's company, 530-1n

Foreign Relations

Saint-Domingue independence movement, 9-11

and Russia, 13n

and Louisiana, 32n

with Spain, 32n

and Irish insurgents, 133, 220, 221n

with Hamburg, 220, 221n

National Assembly

relations with TJ, U.S., 265n

mourns Franklin, 396n

National Institute of Arts and Sciences

sends Du Pont de Nemours to U.S., 496

papers delivered before, 529, 530, 531n, 578n

Politics and Government

Madison on, 19n

and phases of French Revolution, 94-6

elections, 95, 96n

Council of Five Hundred, 134n, 344-5

continuity of sovereignty, 169, 171n

coup of 18 Brumaire, 221n, 333, 334n, 336-7, 341-5, 351, 354, 357-8, 360, 374, 403, 405n, 488-9

legislative councils, 221n, 223n

coup of 30 Prairial, 223n

potential restoration of monarchy, 297, 343, 345, 374

Louis XVIII claimant to throne, 336

Council of Elders, 344-5

suppression of Chouans, 404, 406n

Conservative Senate, 405n

Legislative Body, 405n

Tribunate, 405n

Society

search for ruins of Thebes, 132, 134n

memorialization of Franklin, 396

Bureau des Longitudes, 465n

education and literacy, 527-31

U.S. Relations with

U.S. suspension of trade, ix, 9-10, 22, 24, 32, 105-6, 111, 189, 190n, 209, 212, 216, 218, 230, 280n, 288, 299, 314, 315-16n, 331, 333, 339, 343, 359, 383, 408, 413-15, 441-3, 543-4, 603

and Saint-Domingue, 9, 32

retaliatory act by U.S., 12-13, 23, 24, 30, 31, 34, 598

treatment of captured seamen, 12-13

diminished prospect of war, 18-19, 21, 22, 34, 37, 39, 44-50, 77

news biased by British, Germans, 19n

interference with U.S. shipping, commerce, 24, 30, 31, 34, 38, 132, 343, 509, 512, 559, 560, 608

and return of Retaliation, 24-5, 30-1, 34, 37

machinations of British government, 32, 153n

provocations by U.S., 32, 38, 65, 101

and Jay Treaty, 34

cartels, exchanges of prisoners, 34-6, 37, 39, 44, 48-9, 464, 465-6n

and law of nations, 38, 47, 64, 67

and U.S. public opinion, 38, 49, 66, 509

new U.S. envoys appointed, 44-6, 47, 95, 338

France seeks new negotiation, 44-50, 52, 55, 63-4, 65, 67, 95, 132, 195, 525n

bill to encourage capture of French privateers, 65n

U.S. not central object of French policy, 101

lessened potential of U.S. alliance with enemies of France, 133

and maritime insurance rates, 133-4n

expectations for new envoys, 144, 212, 219, 279, 302, 305, 315, 331, 339, 358, 375-6, 381, 404, 413, 415, 443, 531-2, 560, 561, 570

consuls, 144-5n

U.S. debt, 156, 161n

U.S. recognizes continuity of French sovereignty, 169, 171n

treaties, 175-6n

and French aid to American Revolution, 175n

may provoke Britain, 219-20, 492

before French Revolution, 265n

reduced need for U.S. military augmentation, 279, 280n

Federalists and, 296-7, 303, 454-5, 493n

cabinet divided over new negotiation, 301-2

and trade by neutral vessels, 315n

and U.S. consul for French colonies, 315n

U.S. safe from effects of potential French political collapse, 345, 489

potentially fatal example of Bonaparte's seizure of power, 354, 358, 374, 481-2, 488-9

and values of U.S. government securities, 375-6

resistance to a new treaty, 381, 409, 415, 422

U.S. craves news after Brumaire coup, 381, 383, 408, 414, 422, 433, 455

arrival of Ellsworth, Murray, and Davie in Paris, 404, 475-6, 477n, 480, 483, 561

envoys reported in Lisbon, 408, 409, 413, 415, 422, 475, 480, 482

warships engage, 408, 410n, 456n

TJ writes letters for travelers, 442

Portsmouth, dispatches sent to envoys, 455, 456n, 461, 463, 473, 476, 480, 483

and prospects of British-French peace, 461

Benjamin Franklin sails under flag of truce, 464, 465-6n, 509, 512, 527, 529

schemes for French control of Mississippi Valley, 467-9

news of envoys awaited, 473, 499, 521, 524, 536

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

and commerce, 489

Americans alienated by French depredations, 509, 512

renewed war in Europe to bring U.S.-French accommodation, 524

negotiations opened, 561, 562n

prospects for new treaty, 591

bill on captured French citizens, 599

See also Gerry, Elbridge; Talleyrand-Périgord, Charles Maurice de (Bishop of Autun); XYZ affair

War with Britain and Second Coalition

treatment of neutral nations, commerce, 12-13, 38, 101

composition of coalition, 30, 31, 34, 38, 95, 133

naval movements, 132-3

in Egypt, 132-4, 219, 221n, 403

battlefield losses to Austria, 133, 134n, 223, 227, 232-3, 248-9, 279

and papacy, 133, 134n

Prussian neutrality, 133, 134n, 249

in Switzerland, 134n, 218, 221n

French victories, 218-19, 221n, 358

sailors in Dutch fleet, 219, 221n

French invasion of Canada feared, 287

and governance of France, 297, 405n

and Brumaire coup, 333, 343

prospects of peace, 333, 336, 354, 358

Bonaparte's peace overtures, 403-4, 405-6n, 461, 473-4

prospects of renewed warfare, 404, 492

Francis (Italian émigré), 99, 100n

Francis, John

account with, 69, 575, 577n, 582, 587

Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor, 406n

Francis's hotel

TJ stays at, 69, 417n, 582

residents at, 184n

Frank (Hop's slave)

hiring of, 270, 273n

Frank (TJ's slave)

prepares charcoal, 272

Franklin, Benjamin

family of, 189n, 544

acquaintances of, 228

and American science, 308n

memorialized, 396

productive later years of, 528, 530

Fredericksburg, Va.

and TJ's trips to, from Philadelphia, ix, 11, 13, 31, 50, 305, 360, 361n, 363, 474

newspapers at, 37, 164, 165n

postal service at, 79-80, 382, 383

fires in, 188n

inns, taverns, 360, 361n

residents of, 413n

controversial dinner in, 589

mentioned, 480

Frederick William III, King of Prussia, 133, 134n

Freemasons

and Illuminati, 350-1

in Pa., 396n, 417

Freire, Cipriano Ribeiro

letter from, 54

interested in tobacco cultivation, 54

identified, 54n

French, Mr., 146

French language, 88n, 220, 335n, 381, 427

French Originals of All the Documents, Translations of Which Accompanied the Message of the President of the United States, of the 18th January, 1799, 24, 30

French Revolution

feared, condemned by Federalists, 42n

Lafayette on, 94-5

Terror condemned, 161n

and continuity of law, 169, 171n

counterrevolutionary movements, 404, 406n

declared at an end, 405n

Cooper, Duane support, 452n, 454n

Freneau, Peter, 438, 552

Freneau, Philip, 438n, 468n

Friendly Remarks to the People of Connecticut Upon their College and Schools (John C. Ogden), 73n

Friend of the People (Richmond)

established, 238-9, 289-90

TJ subscribes to, 388

publication interrupted, 432, 433n

Fries, John, 152n, 521-2

Fries Rebellion

militia assaults journalists reporting on, 151, 152-3n, 525n

characterized, 153n

trials, 521-2

Frothingham, David, 492-3

fruit trees

at Monticello, 92, 323, 523

Fry, Joshua, 583

Fulton, Robert

experiments, inventions, 144-5, 501

in France, 144-5

Treatise on the Improvement of Canal Navigation, 144-5, 501

Funeral Oration on Brother George Washington (Simon Chaudron), 396, 417

furniture

made in Philadelphia, 484, 577n, 588

furs

Kosciuszko's appraised, 51

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