Volume 31 Index

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J

Jack (Mallory slave)

leaves, 112, 118

hiring of, 270, 273n

Jackson, Andrew, 205n, 454n

Jackson, David

financial transactions, 123, 342, 343n, 575, 577n

supplies medicines, 586, 588

Jackson, George, 551

Jackson, James, 159, 552

Jackson, William

letter to, 402

eulogizes Washington, 402

Jamaica, 11n, 182n

James (TJ's slave), 271

James City Co., Va., 532

James River

boat transport on, xliv, 82, 91, 104, 135, 148, 176, 423

bounds Elk Hill, 162

low water in, 167

fork of, 227, 228n

toll bridges, 537n

James River Company

Short's shares in, 144-5, 215, 224-5, 235-6, 284, 298, 302, 318, 329, 361, 418, 420, 504-6, 508, 511n, 515, 519

prospects, operations of, 224-5, 233-4, 284, 505

borrows from investors, 504, 511n, 516

canal reaches Richmond, 505, 540

Jarvis, William, 553

Jay, John

governor of N.Y., 5n

and negotiation with Algiers, 200, 202n

Jay Treaty

as ongoing political issue, 17n, 531

costs of, 33

and U.S. relations with France, 34

and claims of British creditors, 39, 159-62, 228n, 458-9

and U.S. claims, 134n

breakup of claims commission, 159-62

debt claims as political issue, 159-62, 268n, 457-61

and separation of powers, 169

and extradition, 181-2n, 421

pretexts for abrogating, 219-20, 404

and sentiments in west, 467-8

Jefferson, Anne Lewis Jefferson (Mrs. Randolph Jefferson), 20

Jefferson, George

letters to, 14-15, 57-8, 63, 80-1, 88-9, 93, 111-12, 117, 120, 124-5, 135, 145-6, 148-9, 149-50, 167, 172, 182, 209-10, 210-11, 215, 234-5, 246, 251-2, 269, 286, 297-8, 361-2, 369, 388, 406-7, 418, 423, 428, 431, 448-9, 519-20, 520

letters from, 42-3, 43, 82, 86-7, 90-1, 96, 116, 118-19, 122, 126, 136-7, 147-8, 149, 177, 178, 204, 224-5, 233-4, 235-6, 239, 242-3, 250, 276-7, 284, 318, 329-30, 361, 385, 393-4, 428-9, 437-8, 467, 520, 532, 540

handles shipments for TJ, xliv, 42-3, 89, 90-1, 93, 96, 116, 118-19, 120, 135, 136, 145-6, 148-9, 167, 172, 177, 178, 204, 234, 269, 270, 276, 297-8, 361-2, 369, 385, 449, 484

handles TJ's business affairs in Richmond, 12, 14, 58, 80-2, 112, 120, 126n, 146, 147-9, 185-6, 216n, 251-2, 286, 298, 318, 329, 363, 388

seeks clover seed, 14, 42-3

sends pamphlets, newspapers, books, 14, 117, 136-7

and sale of TJ's tobacco, 14-15, 43, 57-8, 63, 86-7, 88, 111-12, 120-6, 135, 211, 235, 239, 242, 250, 383, 388, 407, 428-9, 437-8, 448-9

arranges bookbinding, 117-18, 122

receives commissions, 120

and payments to Callender, 164, 179-80, 182

and lawsuits, arbitrations, 166, 167, 176, 209-10, 225

visits Monticello, 179

conveys information to, from Callender, 195, 202n, 238

letters to cited, 202n, 474n

and TJ's Wayles estate debts, 210-11, 234-5, 239, 242, 250

letters from cited, 210n, 385n, 467n

and Short's canal stock, 215, 224-5, 233-4, 236, 284, 298, 302, 318, 329-30, 361, 414, 418, 420, 516

miscellaneous errands, services, 234, 239, 246, 349, 376, 393-4, 406, 520

TJ's account with, 277, 298

forwards letters, 368, 369, 393-4, 406-7, 421, 425, 440

assists T. M. Randolph, 390, 403, 406, 413-15, 418, 420-1, 423, 425, 428, 430, 431, 438, 448, 467, 473, 482, 483n, 562, 575, 576-7n

agent in New York, 418n

collects payments, handles transactions for Short, 501-2, 510n, 519-20, 532, 540

described, 502

Jefferson, George, & Co.

letters to, 82, 302-3

letters from, 85, 104-5, 125-6, 150

handles TJ's business affairs in Richmond, 58n, 82, 85, 104, 123, 124n, 125, 150, 176, 179-80, 302-3

payments to, 123, 302

and T. M. Randolph's mortgage payment, 403, 428

handles transactions for Short, 498-9, 574

See also Gibson & Jefferson

Jefferson, Martha (Patty) Wayles Skelton (Mrs. Thomas Jefferson), 163n

Jefferson, Peter (TJ's father), 208

Jefferson, Randolph (TJ's brother)

gives medicine to slave, 347

at Monticello, 347

Jupiter dies at home of, 360, 363

Jefferson, Thomas

Agriculture

describes tobacco cultivation, 54

crop failures, diseases, 119

wheat harvest, 147

devotes much of day to farming, 182

rains damage crops, 189

crop rotation plans, 197, 198n, 506-7, 518

finds farming too subject to "long avocation," 222

seeks tenants, 222-3, 507

specifications for cart wheels, 229

moldboard plow, 387, 455-6, 549-50

values farming over commerce, 559

Albemarle properties unprofitable, 562

See also clover seed; corn; flour; Monticello; rye; Shadwell (TJ's estate); tobacco

Architecture

plans for Rumford fireplaces, 102-3

and pisé construction, 144-5, 501

relationship of city design, health, 183-4

design for Barboursville, 326n

role of luxury in study of, 340

donates window sashes to W. Bache, 354, 355n

Madison asks about stuccoing brick, 482, 579-80

interest in French buildings, 501

advice on design of Capitol chambers, 538-9, 563

cites Palladio, 579, 580n

See also Monticello

Business and Financial Affairs

uses A. Key's funds, ix, 414

uses Short's funds, ix, 58n, 80, 414, 418, 502-4

in Cumberland Co., 12

pressed for funds, 35, 80-3, 191, 196

and Delamotte, 40

with Monroe, 40, 538

land rentals, 66-7, 197-200, 222-3, 273n, 323, 359

account with J. Francis, 69, 582

and U.S. loan, 75-6

debt to Henderson, McCaul & Co., 105, 441

needs nailery income for ready money, 110, 191-2, 270, 271, 502

possible use of tobacco proceeds to buy clothing, 115-16

use of credit, 115-16

strategy for sales in rising, falling markets, 124

land transactions, 140-3, 162-3, 210, 211n, 252-9, 457, 459n

draws plats, 143n, 256, 257n

debts to British firms become political issue, 159-62, 268n, 457-61

mill at Shadwell, 165-6, 193, 199n, 208, 217, 270, 271

insurance, 186-8, 571-2

specifies specie payment in contract, 197-8

account with D. Ross arbitrated, 209-10, 225

arranges draft for W. Bache, 245-6, 286, 298, 342, 353-4, 355n, 414

dispute with Harvie, 252-9

affected by absences on public service, 255-6

instructions for work in his absence, 270-3, 363-4, 383-4

Tufton property, 271, 273n

employs Dinsmore, 272-3n

smiths to produce chains for sale, 384

draws cash, 392n, 575-6

Monroe and R. Brooke's debts, 413, 463

standing credit and debt tied to tobacco crop, 432

opposes wartime interest on debts to Britain, 458-60n, 491

debt to Kippen & Co., 458n, 459n

debt to W. Welch, 470

keeps financial memoranda, 502

provisions of will, 503

mortgages slaves, land, 503-4, 511n

drafts form of lease for Short, 506-7, 518

draws up statements of account, 513-17

makes extracts from financial memoranda, 516n

notations on Barnes-Short statement of account, 517n

account with T. M. Randolph, 562

Poplar Forest profitable, Monticello not, 562

Statement of Account from John Barnes, 575-8

makes donations "in charity," 576n

See also Barnes, John; Gibson & Jefferson; Jefferson, George; Jefferson, George, & Co.; Monticello; Richardson, Richard; Shadwell; Short, William; Stamp Act (1797); Van Staphorst & Hubbard; Varina; Wayles estate

Character

called a liar, 155

charged with misrepresenting aid to Callender, 180-1n, 202n

eschews arrogance, 321

praised, 403, 567

called philanthropist, 563

Chase maligns, 589, 590

Correspondence

and interception of mail, vii, 19, 33, 40, 52, 57, 201, 228, 240-1, 244, 246, 388, 485, 525n, 544, 545

uses ciphers, vii, 300, 301n

"Mazzei letter," viii, 154, 156, 159

delays in delivery of post, 11-12, 79-80, 179, 367-8, 369

avoids writing letters, 33, 57, 201, 241, 244, 315, 333, 341, 407, 465

merchants refuse to carry political letters, 90

delays in overseas mail, 94, 543-4

identifies nonpolitical letters, 137

uncertain of post rider's integrity, 196-7

withholds frank, signature from letters, 201, 228, 544, 561

uses private means to send letters, 300, 408, 485

misses post days, 304-5

to New Orleans by river, sea, 311n, 593

difficulty of conveying parcels, 349

sends letters by Portsmouth, 463, 465n

sends letters by Benjamin Franklin, 464

copies letters from memory, 500, 511-13

fails to retain press copies, 500

affected by international events, 543-4

restricts his overseas correspondence, 544

Educational Theories

and William and Mary, viii-ix, 291, 316, 317-18n, 320, 323n, 340

seeks to create new Va. university, ix, 320-1, 323n, 339-40, 346, 495-6, 527-31, 567-70

plan of education praised, 21

state of learning in science, mathematics, 126-9

dismisses study of "Oriental" learning, languages (Hebrew), 320, 496

and European learning, 320-1, 496

and proposed military academy, 320-1

economic factors, 321

role of classical languages, 339-40

Bill for the More General Diffusion of Knowledge, 340, 341n

some subjects require no teacher, 496

plan for system of schools in Va., 527, 529

Health

complains of sore eyes, 79

improved, 544

Law

on distribution of debtors' property, 23n

and Wayles estate suits, 23n, 457-9

studies colonial charter claims to western lands, 25-6

collects and preserves Va. laws, 117-18, 122, 150

R. Johnson lawsuit, 148n, 171n, 343, 585n

suit against B. Henderson's heirs, 165-6, 176, 190, 193, 205-8, 217

on common law, 168-71, 179, 227, 232, 416

and procedure for insurance company liens, 187

advises, assists W. Bache, 188-9, 190n

Batture case, 231n

and reorganization of chancery courts, 241, 344

and land dispute with Harvie, 252-9

legal commonplace books, 400, 520

desires E. Randolph's abridgment of laws, 406, 407n, 520

on self-preservation of public bodies, 416, 422

as law student, 520

Library

prepares course of reading for W. G. Munford, viii, 68, 99

and Birch's City of Philadelphia, xlii, xliv, 576n

1815 sale of books to Congress, xliv

cites literature, 13

books obtained for, 40, 75, 87-8, 117, 122, 136-7, 275-6, 308, 322n, 387-8, 392n, 406, 407n, 465, 466n, 510, 520, 576n, 587, 588n

bookbinding, 117-18, 122, 588

sends collection of Va. laws to bindery, 117-18, 122, 150

Short sends new printing of Virgil to, 144-5, 501

and renovation, expansion of Monticello, 273n

and works of fiction, 275-6, 308

studies Epicurus, 284-5

newspapers for, 339, 425

reads Homer in Greek, English, 340, 341n

Minister to France

and disposition of U.S. debt, 156, 161n

Algiers negotiation, 194

absence from Va., 255-6

returns to U.S., 457

acquaintance with Dugnani, 559

Nailery

nailrod and iron stock for, xliv, 42, 43, 93, 96, 112, 118-20, 130, 135, 146, 148, 166, 173, 185, 204, 234, 269, 272, 276, 363, 384, 502

accounts with S. Clarke, McDowell, 35, 80, 83-4, 92-3, 109-11, 191-2, 196-7, 200, 240, 248, 268-9, 352, 375

and extension of credit to purchasers, 35, 110, 191-2, 502

labor requirements, productivity of, 83, 109-10, 146, 271, 502

management of workforce at, 83, 348n, 363, 384, 497n

Madison orders nails from, 146, 172-3, 174n, 319

sizes, types of nails, 172, 200, 384-5n

nailrod purchases require ready money, 192, 502

nailrod returned to supplier, 270, 298, 361-3, 369, 384, 385, 393, 474

to provide income for groceries, 270

miscellaneous sales of nails, 271, 273n, 383, 384-5n

nails sold in Milton, Charlottesville, 271

will take feathers in payment, 352, 375

management, recording of sales, 363, 384-5n

nailrod for T. M. Randolph, 384

account with Richardson, 385n

loss of nailrod at sea, 407, 428, 449

to finance farm operations, 502

profits, 502

uses Short's funds to buy nailrod, 502

See also Powell, Mr.

Opinions

on waning Federalist strength, 12, 321

fears influence of Saint-Domingue, 29-30

on dangers of backlash to insurrection, 35-7, 243

sees nation at critical juncture, 36

on threat of constitutional abuse, 36, 77-8, 97, 110, 227, 243, 354, 358, 485

on Adams's potential use of army for political purposes, 44, 97-8, 227, 354

on prospects of relations with France, 52-3, 211-12, 415-16, 489

war would unify nation, threaten republicanism, 52-3

on rising spirit, progressive mind of American people, 53, 77, 128, 321, 341

U.S. as asylum of liberty, goodness, 53, 341

on debt, interest rates, debtors, 55, 191

men more bloodthirsty than tigers, 62, 492

favors exclusion of armed vessels from U.S. ports, 97

favors internal commerce, 97

on burden of public life, 99

pessimism, 99

on freedom of speech, press, 110, 128, 351

on natural basis of human society, 127

on perfectibility of humankind, 127

rejects idea that progress of knowledge has stopped, 128, 129n, 341

hopes that man will find favor with heaven, 131

on violation of constitution, 173, 178

on force in opposition to law in Va., 180

on ambition, 183

on dreams, 183

on stages of life, 183

on cities, 183-4

on effects of property liens on farmers, 187

on mutual insurance societies, 187

on selection of presidential electors, 194-5, 300-1

on prudence in face of yellow fever, 212

fears Federalists intend a monarchy, 227

on candidacy for president, 301

U.S. must return to republican principles, 301

on morality, vice in works of fiction, 308

warns against speculation in money, land, 313

low opinion of Va. Tidewater region, 320

nation "navigation-mad," "commerce-mad," "navy-mad," 320

in praise of Va., 320

optimism, 330

on rumored death of George III, 331, 333, 336

on Bonaparte, Brumaire coup, 333, 336-7, 341, 343-5, 351, 354, 357-8, 360, 369, 395, 414, 488-9

distrusts merchants, credit, 334

criticizes form of territorial government, 336

on absence of rule of majority in France, 344-5

positive effects of U.S. distance from European problems, 345, 395, 489, 559, 570

on Illuminati, their critics, 349-52

on restrictions of German society, 351

on Washington, adulation of Washington, 394, 417

opposes standing armies, 395, 489

on medical treatments, 415

on extent of change in U.S., 436

dislikes being "Mannequin" of ceremony, 462

on potential armed conflict with Britain, 473

on proxy war by privateers, 473

never allowed differences in politics, religion, or philosophy to affect friendship, 488, 534

asks only peace, prosperity from France and world, 489, 492, 570

bellicosity of Europeans, 492, 531

on importance of paper to civilization, 550

U.S. peaceful, hard-working, 559

aversion to national debt, 570

Personal Affairs

receives Indian statues, viii, 195-6, 309, 310, 312, 593

death of baby granddaughter, ix, 286n, 360, 366, 367

collects art, xlii, 374-5, 557-60, 576n, 577n

subscribes to Birch's views of Philadelphia, xlii, 576n

aids Geismar, 3-4, 60, 355, 378-81

longs for home, family, 13, 301, 315, 331, 366, 368, 484, 535-6

declines taking on secretaries, students, 99

and Strobia, 100n

helps neighbor with land claim, 114-15

orders hat, 124, 136, 148

employment of time during day, 182

receives armor relic, 225

purchases apparel, 269, 276, 589n

birth of granddaughters, 286, 324, 330n, 331

wishes to own mustang mare, 310, 594

advises Du Pont de Nemours, 313, 327, 328-9

unhappy in Philadelphia, 331

shuns the rich In Philadelphia, 366

special regard for daughter, 368

recommends Irish republican, 381-2

pays washerwoman, 392

interest in history, historical records, 412

writes letters for travelers to France, 442

aids artist, 446-7

assists with land survey, 506

writes to, visits sister, 525-7, 581

taste now runs to contemplation more than politics, 550

barbering, 575, 577n, 589n

buys book for James Hopkins, 577n

pays shoemaker, 578n

favors, errands for Madison, 580

trustee of Ariana Randolph, 583-5

pays tailor, 588

See also Bache, William; Eppes, Mary Jefferson; Kosciuszko, Tadeusz; Randolph, Martha Jefferson

Political Theories

relationship of freedom, order, 53

on peace as foundation of economic, political prosperity, 55

on entangling foreign alliances, American isolation, 78, 97, 559

relationship of despotism, ignorance, 128

on assertion of moral, political rights, 131

on national sovereignty and continuity of law, 169

"earth belongs in usufruct to the living" letter, 295n

danger of too much confidence in a single leader, 354

importance of majority rule, respecting rights of minority, 354, 570

and American Revolution, 395

paper speculation, commerce v. agriculture, 395, 559

innate American spirit of order, acceptance of rule of law, 465, 570

on need for a declaration of rights, 485

faith in democracy, 489

ceremony creates gulf between citizen and officeholder, 499

and design of legislative chambers, 538-9

Americans' republican creed, 547

on use of general welfare clause to incorporate companies, 547, 550

Politics

enciphers Burr's name, vii, 300

Republican leader, vii

sends pamphlets to Va., vii, 12-13, 23-4, 30, 35, 319-20, 322n, 325, 439, 443, 455, 456n, 470, 485, 492

urges support for Republican press, 10

wishes to sway the unconvinced, 35

supports Republican newspaper ventures, 36, 40, 48, 50, 100-2, 112-14, 132, 269, 285, 289-90

refers to Federalists as tories, 57, 485

tires of writing warnings, 57

receives list of Conn. Republicans, 74n

optimistic for Republican cause, 110, 201

strives to avoid publicity, 113, 168, 201, 241, 244, 429, 462, 465, 489-90, 499, 561, 588-9, 590, 591n

consoles himself with statements of support, 131

attacked by Cobbett in print, 153-62

and TJ's debts to British firms, 159-62, 210-11, 225, 268n, 457-61

and election of 1796, 162n

aids Callender, 164, 179-82, 194-5, 200-2, 238, 590-1

Callender defends, promotes, 165n, 376-7

measures to support Va. and Ky. Resolutions, 172-4

importance of Pa., 211, 223, 227, 232, 354, 408-9

supporters want him as president, 220, 377n, 405, 426-7, 452n

likens influence of officeholders to gangrene, canker, 223

distrusts Federalist J. Nicholas, 240-1

endorses Wirt, 243, 244, 246

goals for Republicans, 243, 244, 301

and patronage, 243, 450-1

gathers gossip, intelligence, 287-8, 296-7, 301-2, 303, 324-5, 337-8, 420, 429-30, 451, 454-5, 467-9, 469

asked to intercede with McKean, 296, 418-20, 435, 450-1

endorses Beckley, 296

meets with Burr, 300-1

has Madison's Report published, distributed, 300n, 362, 417, 445

sends pamphlets to J. W. Eppes, 315, 333, 367-8

buys pamphlets for distribution, 322n

and Philadelphia Gazette, 322n

subscribes to newspapers, 342, 376, 388, 575, 577n

efforts to counterbalance New England, 358

and state appointments, 391

details Republican situation, prospects for 1800, 408-9, 455

sends pamphlets to other states, 417, 438-9, 445

relations with Knox, 423-4

and S.C. newspapers, 438

and parties' stances on bankruptcy law, 443, 573

anonymously supplies information for publication, 457-61

slander, mudslinging in presidential election, 464-5, 526, 531

expectations for Republican majorities in Congress, 485, 491, 509-10, 512

special attention for N.C., 485

some have deserted him because of politics, 488, 534

views public misunderstanding as temporary paroxysm, fever, 488, 534, 536, 560

welcomes relations with those of differing views, 488

cautious about N.Y. elections, 500, 546

calls parties by name, 509, 512

and social protocol, 534

treatment of Loyalists, 534

and publication of intercepted letters, 544

distributes copies of Appendix to the Notes on Virginia, 551-4

support for, in Carolinas, 562n

disregards calumnies, 590

refuses to respond to charges in newspapers, 590

Portraits

by Polk, vii-viii, xliii, 231-2, 368 (illus.)

by R. Peale, vii-viii, xli, xlv, 368 (illus.)

by Savage, vii-viii, xlv, 368 (illus.), 577n

by Stuart, vii-viii, xliv-xlv, 368 (illus.), 586, 587n

in Notes on Virginia, xlv

bust by Ceracchi, 423

Religion

views on Christianity, 285n, 352-3

accused of atheism, 589, 590

Scientific Interests

comparative studies of languages, viii, 137-8, 203n, 247n, 402, 433-4, 436-7

trans-Mississippi west, viii, 27-9, 135-6, 138, 309-10, 585

western horses, 27, 135-6, 309-10

R. Livingston's steam apparatus, 56-7

and megalonyx, mammoth, 61-2, 155, 156, 161n, 317, 318n

and Buffon, 62, 295n

importance of science, mathematics, medicine, 126-8

Cobbett mocks, 155, 156, 161

prevention of yellow fever, 183-4

reports he has no news of, 291

and college curricula, professorships, 291-2, 339-40

recommends T. P. Smith, 291-2, 316

census and demographics, 293-5

longs to observe, record water temperatures, 308

admires Priestley, 322n

socializes with scientists, 366

"botanizing" on Long Island, 439n

orders Connaissance des temps, 465, 466n, 510

horticulture, 535

concern for fate of Pisa, 545

See also American Philosophical Society; Notes on the State of Virginia

Secretary of State

criticized, 159-60

affirms continuity of French sovereignty, 171n

aids Philadelphia Gazette, 322n

and proposed assistance for Cointeraux, 501, 510n

Slaveholder

relations with Jupiter, ix, 11, 92, 270-2, 305, 347-8, 360, 363, 365, 368, 474

hires slave labor, 12, 112, 118, 270-1, 273n, 302n, 323

and food provisions for slaves, 80-3, 92, 112, 116, 119, 383-4, 591

and discipline of workforce, 112

hired slave disappears, 112, 118

clothing for slaves, 115-16

finds it difficult to farm using current labor system, 222

assigns tasks to slaves, 270-3, 360, 363-4

medical treatment for slaves, 347-8

does not want slave boys idle, 502

mortgages slaves, 503, 511n

value of slaves, 503

Travels

between Monticello and Philadelphia, vii, 18n, 31, 50, 58, 66, 69n, 233, 245, 251, 268, 269, 274, 278n, 305, 314, 333, 462, 581, 582-3

by stage, ix, 484, 533, 589n

arranges horses for, 11, 31, 50, 473, 474, 483, 484, 497, 526, 531, 535-7, 546

condition of weather, roads, 274, 305, 314

with W. C. Nicholas, 274

cannot go to N.Y. to see Du Pont, 313

engages with Bowles to accompany him, 360, 363

expects to travel through Eastern Shore, 462

through Washington, 531

through Richmond, 589n, 590, 591n

between Eppington and Monticello, 590-1

to Mont Blanco, 591n

Vice President

prepares manual of parliamentary procedure, viii, 400-1, 486-7, 494, 520-2, 539, 597

presides over Senate, viii, xlii, 8n, 313, 314, 414, 451-4, 466-7, 597-612

attendance, 8n, 280-3

discouragement with office, 13

at end of session, 60, 282n

resides at Francis's hotel, 69, 417n, 582

Cobbett criticizes conduct as, 160

salary payments, 185, 576, 577n

misses opening of session, 233, 245, 278n

makes notations on Senate documents, 316n, 359n, 382n, 431n, 443n, 453n, 454n, 477n, 546n, 597-612

observes, notes debates in Senate, 416, 430-1, 447, 545-6

excluded from executive department communications, 436

and Senate proceedings against Duane, 451-4, 466-7

cannot reveal details of Senate business, 488

takes oath of office, 534

describes arrangement of Senate chamber, 538-9

departure from Philadelphia before end of session, 580

Writings

Manual of Parliamentary Practice, viii, 401n, 486-7, 539

Notes on the Connecticut Cession, 25-7

Petition to the General Assembly of Va., 41-2, 241n

Memoir on the Megalonyx, 61-2, 162n, 317, 318n

Notes on Postal Service between Philadelphia and Charlottesville, 79-80

letter to W. G. Munford assessed, 129n

Indenture for Land Exchange with Nicholas Meriwether Lewis and Mildred Hornsby Lewis, 140-3

Declaration of Independence, 156, 170

letter to Banneker, 156, 161n

Indenture for the Sale of Elk Hill, 162-3

characteristics of, labeled as French, 181n

land documents for W. Bache, 190n

Indenture with Craven Peyton for the Lease of Fields at Shadwell, 197-200

Notes of a Tour into the Southern Parts of France, &c., 208-9

Notes on Sir William Scott, 231

index to periodical literature, 231n

Notes on Affairs of State, 231n

Safe Conduct for Three Chickasaw Indians, 246-7

Statement for Arbitrators in Land Dispute with John Harvie, 252-9

Notes on Treasury Statement, 277-8

Memorandum on Attendance of the Vice President, 280-3

Notes on the Doctrine of Epicurus, 284-5

"Syllabus" of Epicurus, 285n

notes on conversations, 287-8, 296-7, 301-2, 303, 324-5, 337-8, 352-3, 429-30, 438, 454-5, 467-9, 469

American Philosophical Society Memorial to U.S. Congress, 293-5

"historical statement" on Logan-Cresap affair, 373n

amanuensis for Statement of William Robinson, 397-400

Queries on Parliamentary Procedure, 400-1, 487, 494n, 521

Notes on Senate Debates, 416, 430-1, 447, 545-6

notes on John Marshall, 421, 451

letter for Parkyns cited, 447n

Statement for the Aurora, 457-61

description of moldboard plow, 549-50

Recipients of Appendix to the Notes on the State of Virginia, 551-4

See also Notes on the State of Virginia

Jemmy (E. Randolph's slave), 584

Jenny (E. Randolph's slave), 584

Jerry (TJ's slave), 272

Jersey Blue (newspaper), 575

Jesuits, 351n, 413n

Jesus

Illuminati relate doctrines to, 350

Joe. See Fossett, Joseph

John (b. 1753, TJ's slave)

tends garden at Monticello, 20, 271, 363, 364

prepares meat, 270

performs manual labor, 271

TJ on character of, 360, 363

Johnson, Joshua, xlv

Johnson, Richard, 148n, 171n, 343, 585n

Johnson, Maj. Thomas, 610

Johnson, William (waterman)

transports goods, 93, 96, 104, 111, 116, 149n

transports tobacco, 120, 126, 150n

Johnston, Charles

sells flour, 136

and Short's affairs, 515

Jones, Meriwether

publishes Examiner, 163-5, 290n

founds Press, 289-90

as political observer, 543

receives Appendix, 552

Jones, Walter, 110n, 552

Jones, William

and Wayles estate, 211n

TJ's letter to published, 427-8, 457-61

Jouett, John, Sr., 187

Jourdan, Jean Baptiste, 133, 134n

Journal of Andrew Ellicott, Late Commissioner . . . for Determining the Boundary between the United States and the Possessions of His Catholic Majesty in America (Andrew Ellicott), 593n

Journals of Congress (Richard Folwell), 392n

Judd, William, 74n

Judy (E. Randolph's slave), 583

Juno (ship), 87

Jupiter (TJ's slave)

illness, death, ix, 305, 347-8, 360, 363, 365, 368

expected to meet TJ at Fredericksburg, 11, 474

affection of TJ's family for, 92

to safeguard main house, 270-1

receives firewood and forage, 272

expenses for trip, 361n

Jupiter (planet), 592

juries

selection, use of, 41-2, 261, 358, 359n, 430-1, 491, 499, 545-7, 601, 604

and courts of chancery, 241, 261, 344

in U.S. courts, 358, 359n, 374, 430-1, 491, 499, 545-7, 601, 604

in Va., 374

marshals select, 492, 493n, 521, 545

potential executive interference in sedition trials, 493n

tainted, 521n

compensation, 599

juries, grand

charges to, 171n, 589

return indictments, 521-2n

 
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