Volume 31 Index

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G

Gahn, Henry, 60

Gales, Joseph, 39n

Gallatin, Albert

Speech . . . Upon the Foreign Intercourse Bill, 16-17

Substance of Two Speeches, 37, 39n

attacks Alien Friends Act, 64-5, 117, 137, 346, 347n

supports Republican measures, 357n, 408, 410n

receives Appendix, 552

Republican liaison, 556-7n

Gallego, Joseph, 124, 125, 136

Gamble, Robert, 305

Gamble & Grattan, 109

gardening

classified as an art, 340

Gardner, Henrietta, 392, 587

Gardner, William, 392n

Garland, Edward, 526n, 542

Garrett, Alexander

and postal service at Charlottesville, 12n, 79-80

letter from cited, 79n

Garth, Thomas, 143n

Gates, Horatio

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

receives Appendix, 552

Gayoso de Lemos, Manuel, 236-7, 238n

Gazette of the United States (Philadelphia)

reports news, 35n

Fenno the younger publishes, 320, 322n

publishes Adams's Davila, 430n

Geismar, Baron von

letter from, 378-81

business affairs, 3-4, 60, 355, 378-81

letters from cited, 4n, 355n

as prisoner of war, 378, 379

letters to cited, 380n, 570

General Advertiser (London), 454n

Genesee River Valley, N.Y., 7

Genet, Edmond Charles, 468-9

Genius of Liberty (Fredericksburg, Va.), 164, 165n

geography

in college curricula, 321, 340, 569

in primary schools, 340

geology

mineralogy, 291n, 452n, 569

stone formation in N.C., 317

in college curricula, 321, 452n

and earth science, 444

George (1730-1799, TJ's slave)

death, 347, 348n, 523

overseer at Monticello, 348n

George (1759-1799, TJ's slave)

illness, 54, 83, 109, 110

manages nailery, 83, 109, 110, 385n

death, 347, 348n, 523

George III, King of Great Britain

signs act of union, 134n

toasted, 158, 337-8

rumored death of, 331, 332n, 333, 336

Bonaparte appeals to, 404, 405-6n, 473n

Georgetown, Md., 244, 290n

Georgia

availability of lands in, 7

politics in, 10

price of tobacco, 106n, 115, 338-9

selection of presidential electors, 201

Indians, Indian agencies in, 334-5

selection of jurors, 431n

land cessions, 547, 549n, 607-8, 611

and Miss. Terr., 547, 549n, 605, 607, 609

Congress assents to acts of, 602, 604

Gérard, Conrad Alexandre, 175-6n

Gérard de Rayneval, Joseph Mathias

letter from, 175-6

presses claim of brother's family, 175-6

German language, 220, 427

Germany

adulterates news about France, 19n

English-language newspapers in, 132

and Illuminati, 350-1

associated with secrecy, mysticism, 351

technological experimentation in, 397

education and literacy, 528, 530

See also Austria; Hamburg, Germany; Prussia

Gerry, Elbridge

correspondence with Talleyrand published, 18-19, 21-2, 24, 30, 34, 40, 52

departure from France, 44, 47

delivers items, respects from Americans in France, 51, 145n, 501, 510n

and J. Ogden, 72

Cobbett criticizes, 159

candidate for governor, 464, 494n, 509, 511n, 512, 556

relationship with TJ, 464

envoy to France, 509

receives Appendix, 551, 553

See also XYZ affair

Giannini, Antonio, 99, 464, 544

Gibson, Alexander, 247-8

Gibson, John

letter to, 449-51

letter from, 435

translates Logan's speech, 130, 372

ties to Logan's family, 372

and Logan affair, 435, 449-51, 477-80, 552

seeks clerkship, 435, 450-1

deposition of, 477-80

family, 478

letter from cited, 479n

letter to cited, 479n

Gibson, Patrick

G. Jefferson's business associate, 85, 150, 179-80, 591

and T. M. Randolph, 403, 428

See also Jefferson, George, & Co.

Gibson & Jefferson

letter from, 591

handle TJ's business affairs in Richmond, 577n

handle shipments for TJ, 586, 591

Gifford, John

History of France, 575, 577n

Giles, Martha Peyton Tabb, 437

Giles, William Branch

in Va. legislature, 250-1, 280n

letter to cited, 251n

introduces instructions to Va. senators, 278, 280n, 288, 295-6, 299-300, 319, 325

supports Va. Resolutions, 289

presidential elector, 357n

marriage, 437

receives Appendix, 551

Gillette, Edward (Ned, TJ's slave)

loses house and contents, 363

Gilliatt & Kirby, 583

Gilman, John Taylor, 510, 511n, 512

Gilmer, Dr. George, 244, 544

Gilmer, Lucy Walker (Mrs. George Gilmer), 541, 544

Glasgow

TJ's tobacco shipped to, 106, 121, 122n, 458n

merchants, 229n

source of news, 562n

Glass, Samuel, 601

Gloucester Co., Va., 32-3

Godwin, William, 276n, 350-1, 365

gold

U.S. coins, 197-8, 576, 577n, 579

Goochland Co., Va.

land transactions, 162-3

on route to Mont Blanco, 536

Goode, Mr., 124, 125

Goode, Samuel

Federalist in Congress, 113, 114n, 306n

Goodhue, Benjamin, 13n

Goodrich, Chauncey, 434n

Goodwin, George, 522n

Gordon, Thomas

and financial transactions, 298, 329, 361

letters from cited, 298n

letters to cited, 298n

Gore, Christopher, 132, 134n, 429

government

as topic of college study, 321

potential for progress in study of, 341

grains

TJ grows, 119, 200n

and overseas trade, 216, 333, 415

subordinate to tobacco, 216

supplant tobacco, 387n

winter, 440

in crop rotation plans, 506-7, 518

See also rye; wheat

Granger, Gideon

promotes Republican cause, 16-18, 74n

writes for Impartial Herald, 17-18

receives Appendix, 551

grasses

in TJ's crop rotation plan, 197

Grave Creek, 449-50

Gray, Edwin, 113, 114n

Great Britain

Economy

and American tobacco, 11, 105-6, 111-12, 218, 415, 443

effects of paper money, 11, 133

relationship of taxation, exports, 33

TJ compares to U.S., 33

stocks, 133

commercial ties to Va., 218

and Hamburg failures, 305, 333, 343

high price of wheat, 531

Foreign Relations

and Saint-Domingue, 9-11

with Russia, 23-4, 30, 34

Ireland

insurgency, reform, dissent in, 132, 158, 165n, 220, 221n, 381, 382n

act of union, 133, 134n

French, Spanish intervention feared, 133

administration of, 165n

Laws

and claims to western lands, 25

admiralty courts and rights of neutrals, 231

and U.S. bankruptcy act, 471

See also common law

Navy

mutiny of Hermione, 181-2n

Nautical Almanac, 592

Politics and Government

prospects for changes in, 101, 158

liberties compared to those in U.S., 157-9

seditious libel, treason, 165n, 492

Parliament as model for legislative procedures, 400-1

public opinion favors peace, 404

exemplar of corruption, 426

speaker's chamber in Commons, 539

Society

evidence of Roman era, 129n

education and literacy, 528, 530

universities, 569, 570

U.S. Relations with

role of debts, 5

interference with U.S. shipping, 24, 30, 31, 34, 38, 228n, 343

and Pitt, 32, 94, 156, 249

prospects for alliance or new treaty, 32, 404

undue influence of British in U.S., 36, 97, 243, 290, 320, 469, 471

resolution of debt claims, 39, 210-11, 457-61

and interception, publication of Liston's dispatches, 151, 153n, 287-8

relations between Liston and Adams, 153n

and U.S. relations with France, 153n, 219-20, 404, 492

Cobbett accused of being British agent, 155-6

and confiscation of property, 171n

Robbins case, 180, 181-2n, 227, 228n, 358, 408, 410n, 421

Callender remarks on, 195

British actions discredit Federalists, 223, 227, 233

peace crucial to, 243

potential U.S. assistance to Canada, 287

English investment in U.S. loan, 455

and interest on prerevolutionary debts, 458-60n, 491, 492n

as counter to French, Spanish in North America, 467-8

prospect of armed conflict, 473

British dominance at sea affects correspondence, 543-4

and supply of copper, 548n

See also Jay Treaty; King, Rufus

War with France

and W. Indies trade, 9-10

adulterates news of France in U.S., 19n

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

treatment of neutral nations, commerce, 38, 231, 473

naval blockades, 94

Britain, allies oppose liberty, 95

French, Spanish fleet movements, 132-3

invasion of Batavian Republic, 218-19, 221n, 251, 328, 329, 358

coalition weakens, 221n, 358

and Prussian neutrality, 249

invasion of Canada feared, 287

potential restoration of French monarchy, 297, 405n

and Brumaire coup, 333

prospects of peace, 333, 336, 354, 358

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

prospects of renewed warfare, 404, 492

See also Egypt

Greathouse, Daniel

and murder of Logan's kin, 70, 130, 263n, 370-2, 449-50

Greathouse, Herman, 70

Greathouse, Isaac, 70

Greece

classical philosophy, 284-5

literature, 340, 341n

Greek language

in curricula, 291n, 339-40, 381, 469n, 496, 568-9

Wythe uses, 539

Green, Ashbel, 352-3

Green, Capt. (Nymph), 220n

Green, Moses, 542

Greenbrier Co., Va.

lands in, mortgaged to TJ, 146-7

Greene, Ray, 597, 602, 603

Greenhow, Mr. (Williamsburg), 68

Greenleaf, Anne, 493n

Greenleaf, Thomas, 425, 493n

Greenleaf's New York Journal, & Patriotic Register (New York), 425

Green's Almanack and Register, for the State of Connecticut, 16-17

Green Sea. See Dismal Swamp

Grenville, William Wyndham, Lord

and French peace overtures, 473-4

Griffin, Cyrus, 465n

Griffin, John Tayloe

debt to Short, 221-2, 502, 510n

Griffith, Thomas Waters

visits TJ, 144, 464, 466n, 501

letter from cited, 144n

writings, 144n

Griffiths, Elijah

letter from, 151-3

comments on politics, 151-3

Essay on Ophthalmia, 152n

identified, 152n

TJ corresponds with, 212

letter to cited, 212n

groceries

sent by TJ from Philadelphia, 58, 75-6, 87, 88, 91, 93

Guadeloupe, W.I.

France imposes control on privateering from, 24, 30-1, 34, 37, 44, 45n, 49

British capture of, 469n

Collot in, 469n

Gunn, James, 324, 424, 487

gunpowder

exportation of, 607

guns

telescopic sights for, 203n

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