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H

habeas corpus, 452

Habersham, Joseph

and postal service to, from Va., 12n, 79-80

Haden, George, 514

Haden, John, 246-8

Hague, The

as channel for French diplomatic overture, 44, 46, 47, 49, 50, 67

Short's service at, 153

British embassy at, 155, 161n

"Hail Columbia" (Joseph Hopkinson), xlii

Halifax, N.C., 227, 228n

Hall, John, 492, 493n

Hamburg, Germany

and correspondence between U.S., Europe, 87, 90, 132, 133n, 144-5, 543-4

as tobacco market, 112

newspapers, 132

Americans at, 218-21, 337-8, 403-6, 426-7

consul at, 220, 405, 427

economic difficulties, 220, 305, 331, 333-4, 342, 343, 473

punished by French, 220, 221n, 328, 329

Bureaux de Pusy at, 265n

Lafayette in, 328, 329

Hamilton, Alexander

report on vacant lands, 7, 8n

and relations with Saint-Domingue, 45n

and Federalist divisions, 46n, 64, 297, 337-8, 563n

and command of provisional army, 97-8

newspaper attacks on TJ, 161n

relations with Adams, 297, 337-8, 563n, 581n

rumored toast to George III, 337-8

political influence, 430n, 581n

and TJ, 430n, 563n

accuses Argus of libel, 493n

rumored collusion with Liston, 493n

E. Livingston comments on, 495

Reynolds affair, 522n

Hamilton, Andrew (Pa.), 535n

Hamilton, William (of the Woodlands)

letter to, 533-5

acquaintance with TJ, 533-5

identified, 535n

advice on plastering masonry, 579

Hancock, George, 110-11

Hanover Co., Va., 541

Hanson, Richard

TJ's payments to, 146, 147n, 235, 239, 242, 250, 511n

as agent of Farell & Jones, 457-61, 503

Harding, John, 612

Harding, Seth, 602, 603, 606, 607

Hardware River (Albemarle Co.), 273n

Harper, Robert Goodloe

correspondence with G. Nicholas published, 204-5

scorns Adams, 338

chairs ways and means committee, 410n

and Judiciary Act of 1801, 434n

Harris, J. (Albemarle Co.), 93

Harris, James, 505-6

Harrison, Benjamin (1726-1791), 492n

Harrison, Benjamin (of Brandon), 224

Harrison, Benjamin, Jr.

and Short's affairs, 144-5, 213-15, 502, 515

executors of estate of, 213-15, 224, 234, 510-11n

Harrison, Carter Bassett

letter to, 213-14

and Short's business affairs, 213-14, 224, 502

identified, 214n

on Republican ticket, 357n

Harrison, Mary Allen, 249

Harrison, Nickolls & Co., 224

Harrison, William Henry, 214n, 282n

Harry (E. Randolph's slave), 584

Hartford, Conn. See Connecticut Courant (Hartford)

Harvard College, 265, 266n, 424

Harvie, John

letter to, 252

subscribes to insurance plan, 186

family of, 252, 357

land dispute with TJ, 252-9

as land office register, 255, 257n

letters from cited, 257-8n

letters to cited, 257-8n

and Short's business affairs, 506, 511n

receives Appendix, 553

Haswell, Anthony, 492, 493n, 521, 531

hats

TJ orders, 124, 136, 148

Hawkins, Benjamin

letter to, 435-7

letter from, 334-5

reports on Indian affairs, 334-5

Sketch of the Creek Country, 335

records Indian vocabularies, 435-7

receives Appendix, 551

Hawkins, John Isaac

designs, builds pianos, 365-6, 575, 577n

Hawkins, William, 334-5, 435-6

Hay, George

and batture case, 231n

and Va. attorney generalship, 432-3

defends Callender, 589-90n

Heath, William

and Mass. politics, 97, 98n

receives Appendix, 551

Hebrew

TJ criticizes "Oriental" learning in universities, 320, 496

as metaphor for arcane language, 436

Heckewelder, John

letter from, 393

and TJ's account of Logan's speech, 373n, 393, 552

Hellen, Thomas, 398, 399n

Hemings, Critta (1769-1850), 272

Hemings, Elizabeth (Betty)

family, 385n

Hemings, Harriet (1795-1797), 274n

Hemings, John

carpentry work, 271, 273n

Hemings, Peter

cooks at Monticello, 270

receives firewood, 272

Hemings, Robert

in Richmond, 118

purchases goods for TJ, 135, 148-9

Hemings, Sally

receives firewood, 272

birth of daughter, 274

as M. J. Eppes's maid, 274

Hemings, Thenia, 274

Henderson, Bennett (d. 1793)

TJ's suit against heirs of, 165-6, 176, 190, 193, 199n, 205-8, 217

TJ buys property of, 199n

Henderson, Bennett Hillsborough, 208

Henderson, Charles, 208

Henderson, Eliza (Elizabeth), 208

Henderson, Elizabeth Lewis (Mrs. Bennett Henderson), 193n

Henderson, Frances, 208

Henderson, Isham, 208

Henderson, James, 208

Henderson, John

transports goods, 104, 148, 178

administers father's estate, 176, 208, 217

Henderson, Lucy, 208

Henderson, McCaul & Co.

TJ indebted to, 105, 441, 460n

purchaser of TJ's tobacco, 122n

successor to Kippen & Co., 460n

Henderson, Nancy Crawford, 208

Henderson, Sally (Sarah), 208

Henderson, William, 208

Hendrick, John, 302

Hening, William Waller

New Virginia Justice, 117, 122, 136-7

clerk of, 476n

Henrico Co., Va.

early settlement, 507

elections, 537-8, 541

Henry, Patrick

named to, declines mission to France, 46n, 64, 65, 67

TJ on character of, 110, 114

elected to assembly, 110-11, 114

death of, 111n, 133, 134n, 509, 544

Green Sea land speculation, 216, 506

Hephaestus, 341n

Hermione (ship), 181-2n

Hern, David (Davy, TJ's slave)

tasks of, 271

Heron, James, 515

Heron, William, 74n

Heth, Mr., 302

Heth (Heath), William, 507

Hickman, Mr., 323, 359

Hickman, James, 252, 258n

Higby, Mr., 58

Higginbotham, David

furnishes groceries, supplies at Milton, 149, 172, 270, 271

TJ's account with, 252n

receives wheat, 272, 414

High Mountain. See Montalto

Hill, Henry, 542

Hillhouse, James

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

asserts principles of common law, 545

in Senate, 598, 600, 603

Hindustan. See India

Hippocrates, 127, 390

history

in college curricula, 321

History of France (John Gifford), 575, 577n

History of Sandford and Merton (Thomas Day), 20-1

History of the Administration of John Adams (John Wood), 460n

History of the First Discovery and Settlement of Virginia (William Stith), 412-13

Hite, Isaac, Jr., xliii, 232n

Hite, James Madison, 232n

Hite, Nelly Conway Madison (Mrs. Isaac Hite, Jr.), 232n

Hockhocking River, 478

Hodgdon, Samuel, 287, 288n

Holcomb, Hezekiah, 74n

Holland. See Batavian Republic

Holmes, David, 113

Holstein, 328, 329

Holt, Charles

publishes Bee, 74n, 433n

prosecuted, 521, 522n, 531

receives Appendix, 551

Homer, 129n, 340, 341n

Homes. See Holmes, David

Hooe, James, 463

Hoomes, John, Jr., 442

Hoomes, John, Sr., 442

Hop, Richard, 273n

Hopkins, James, 577n

Hopkins, John, Jr., 181n, 541

Hopkinson, Ann Borden, 420n

Hopkinson, Emily Mifflin, 420n

Hopkinson, Francis, 420n

Hopkinson, Joseph, xlii, 419-20

Hornblower, Josiah, 548n

Hornsby, Joseph, 142n

horses

to be sent for TJ's trip home, 11, 31, 50, 473, 474, 483, 484, 497, 526, 531, 535-7, 546

of trans-Mississippi west, 27, 135-6, 236-7, 309-11, 594

feed for, 119

of Siberia, Tatary, 237, 309-10

forage for, 272, 363

sale of TJ's Darlington, 273n

TJ seeks to buy mustang, 310-11, 594

Indian, presumed stolen by whites, 478

and flies, maggots in cities, 565-6

stabled in Philadelphia, 577n

mortgaged, 584

Hot Springs, W. Va., 151

Hotze, Friedrich, 133, 134n

Houdon, Jean Antoine, 303-4

House, Mary, 567n

Howell, David, 551, 554n

Hudson, Barzillai, 522n

Hudson, Christopher, 142

Hudson River, 397, 412

Hughes, William, 193n

Hughes, Wormley (TJ's slave)

assumes some of Jupiter's duties, 363

Hugues (Hughes), Victor, 24, 30-1, 34, 37

Hull, Andrew, 74n

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

Hunting, Benjamin, 557

Hurt, John, 73, 74n, 579, 580n

Hyde, George, 588

Hyde's ordinary (Orange County, Va.), 360

Hylton, Daniel L., 461n, 583-4

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