Volume 31 Index

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N

Nancy (ship), 239

Nanny (E. Randolph's slave), 584

Naples

under French control, 132

in war against coalition, 134n

Nash, Thomas. See Robbins, Jonathan

Natchez, 7, 28, 138-9, 196

National Institute of Arts and Sciences. See France: National Institute of Arts and Sciences

National Magazine; or a Political, Historical, Biographical, and Literary Repository

established, 164-5, 194, 204

and Callender's Prospect, 204, 427, 432

and Friend of the People, 388

natural history

museums, specimens of, 61-2

education in, 127, 291, 321, 569

and natural philosophy, 127, 321, 452n

of west, 138, 203, 237, 585

Rush on animal life, 150-1, 182-3

APS seeks information, specimens on North America, 313n

mysterious stone wall in N.C., 317, 318n

earth science, 443-5, 448

See also American Philosophical Society; Royal Society of London

Nautical Almanac and Astronomical Ephemeris, 592

Nava, Pedro de, 236-7, 238n

Ned. See Gillette, Edward

Nelson, Hugh, Jr., 278

Nelson, Thomas (d. 1803), 465n, 590n

Netherlands

and U.S. debt to France, 156, 161n

North American colonies, 411-13

See also Batavian Republic

neutrality

theories of, 231

potential shift in British policy toward, 473

See also France: War with Britain and Second Coalition; Great Britain: War with France

New England

relationship of religion, politics, 10, 17n, 72-4, 97, 350, 351n, 492

and general tickets for presidential electors, 300, 300n, 324

prefers longer congressional sessions, 314, 331, 366, 368, 381, 409, 422

could break from union, 324

economic motives for politics of, 324-5

unwavering politics of, 358

does not desire new treaty, commercial arrangements with France, 381, 409

recovering from XYZ excesses, 485, 491-2

and TJ's Appendix, 556

and election of 1800, 562n, 581

New Hampshire

politics in, 10, 37, 455, 509, 511n, 512

responds to Va. Resolutions, 174n

selection of presidential electors, 201

selection of jurors, 431n

New Haven, Conn.

collectorship at, 18n, 74n

Republicans in, 74n

Holt's trial, 522n

New Jersey

and election of 1800, vii, 408-9, 581

copper mining, manufacturing in, 4n, 60, 355, 378-81, 547, 548n, 550n

strengthening Republican prospects in, 35, 36, 67, 77, 151-2, 357, 409, 455

selection of presidential electors, 201, 301, 408-9

Du Pont settles in, 314n, 481, 483

Indians of, 411

prominent families, 420n

land prices, 508

incorporates copper company, 547, 548n, 550n

and TJ's Appendix, 556

New Jersey, College of (Princeton), 335n, 353n

New Jersey Copper Mine Association

operates Schuyler mine, 4n, 378-81

investors and management, 60, 355, 378-81

seeks federal incorporation, monopoly rights, 547, 548-9n, 550

See also Soho Company

New Kent Co., Va., 68

Newland, Jacob

and attacks on Indians, 70, 131, 260, 263n

New London, Conn.

lighthouse, 608

customs district, 609, 611

See also Bee (New London, Conn.)

New Mexico, 236

New Netherlands, 411

New Orleans

and shipments to U.S., 196, 309, 310, 312, 585, 593

postal service to, 311n, 593

under Spanish administration, 312n, 469n

and French control of Mississippi Valley, 468

and customs duties, 603

Newport, R.I., 313-14n

New Spain, 236-7, 238n

newspapers

establishment of Republican, 10, 36, 40, 48, 50, 100-2, 112-14, 132

news of France biased by British, Germans, 19n

in Va., 37, 59, 98n, 163-5, 181n, 194, 238-9

British, influential in Mass., 97

in Germany, 132

German, in Pa., 152n

equipment, supplies for, 163

in Ireland, 165n

and political opinion in west, 262

in New England, 342n

managed by editors' widows, 454n, 493n

Aurora and freedom of the press, 467n

See also Lyon, James

New Theatre. See Chestnut Street Theatre (New Theatre; Philadelphia)

Newton, Thomas

letter to, 216-17

letter from, 218

TJ's contact in Norfolk, 216, 218, 234

letters from cited, 216n

letters to cited, 216n

offices held, 216n

on Republican ticket, 357n

Newton, Thomas, Sr., 216n

New Views of the Origin of the Tribes and Nations of America (Benjamin Smith Barton), 412

New Virginia Justice (William Waller Hening), 117, 122, 136-7

New York

importance of spring elections in, vii, 301, 408-9, 455, 499-500, 509, 511n, 512, 546, 558, 560, 561, 581

and Ky. and Va. Resolutions, 4-5, 174n

legislation, 4-5

party politics, 4-5, 338n, 409, 455, 494-5

boundary settlement, 26

strengthening Republican prospects in, 35, 36, 67, 77, 152, 300-1, 357, 455, 554-5, 557

selection of presidential electors, 201, 301, 408-9, 455, 509, 512

Society for the Promotion of Agriculture, Arts, and Manufactures, 397, 549

Indians of, 411-12

history of, 411-13

newspapers, 425, 426n

TJ sends pamphlets, 438-9

common law prosecutions for seditious libel, 492-3

courts, 493n

land prices, 508

selection of juries, 547

results of elections, 554-5, 557, 558, 560

and TJ's Appendix, 556

and Republican vice-presidential selection, 556-7n

senate, 557

New York City

key role in presidential election, vii, 301, 409, 455, 482, 494-5, 499-500, 558, 560, 561, 581

home port for captured ships, 24

as market for tobacco, 88, 105-7, 111, 120-5, 135, 149-50, 167, 211, 235, 239, 242, 307, 338-9, 341-2, 359, 383, 406, 414, 415, 562, 578n

yellow fever in, 211, 493n

banks, 307n, 495

water supply, 307n

TJ is unable to visit, 313

Du Pont resides near, 314-15, 314n, 481, 483

last home of Porcupine's Gazette, 322n

business failures, 334, 342, 358, 407, 414

St. Andrew's Society, 337

merchants, 338, 604

source for news, 341, 342n

and financial transactions, 390

commercial, financial relations with Va., 418, 423, 428

newspapers, 425, 426n, 493n

Argus as lone Republican voice in, 493n

Du Pont company office, 531n

stagecoaches between Philadelphia and, 550

results of elections, 554-5, 557, 558, 560, 561

New York Missionary Society, 247n

New York Packet, 425, 426n

New-York Price-Current (New York), 105-6, 339

Nicholas, Anne Cary

family, 205n, 584-5n

estate of, 583-4

Nicholas, George

Letter from George Nicholas, 12-13, 16-17, 24, 30, 35

death of, 172, 179, 509, 544

Correspondence, 204-5, 232-3

family of, 205n

Nicholas, John (brother of W. C. Nicholas)

writes for publication, 37

attacks Sedition Act, 64-5, 117, 137, 346, 347n

reelected to Congress, 110-11

and proposed newspaper, 112-13

family of, 205n

reports gossip, intelligence, 303

introduces resolution, 306n

in House, 357n, 408, 410n, 548n

and R. Brooke's debts, 413n

receives Appendix, 552

Nicholas, John, Jr. (clerk of Albemarle County Court)

attestations by, 142n

suspected of political espionage, 240, 241

as "Americanus" criticizes TJ, 241n

Nicholas, Lewis, 583-4

Nicholas, Philip Norborne

letters to, 232-3, 485-6

letters from, 204-5, 356-7

chairs Republican state committee, vii, 356-7, 485, 537n

and politics, 204-5, 232-3, 485-6

attorney general of Va., 205n

identified, 205n

receives Appendix, 553

and mother's estate, 583-5

relationship to Edmund Randolph, 584n

defends Callender, 589-90n

Nicholas, Robert Carter, 205n, 584n

Nicholas, Wilson Cary

letters to, 102-3, 177, 178-9

letter from, 172

and Va. politics, 40, 250

asks for fireplace design, 102-3

and Ky. and Va. Resolutions, 172, 173, 177, 178-9

letter from cited, 179n

family of, 205n

in Senate, 227, 241n, 280n, 316n, 431n, 443n, 476, 541, 542n, 605

vacates assembly seat, 241

and financial transactions, 248n, 463n, 576, 577n

travels with TJ, 274

reports political intelligence, 324-5

and Ross election bill, 382n, 407, 410n, 455, 456n, 461, 481, 605

and R. Brooke's debts, 413n

and TJ's statement in Aurora, 457, 458n

addressed by millennialist, 476n

communication with Va. Republicans, 490

carries papers, letters, 542, 579-80

receives Appendix, 552

hires slaves from Edmund Randolph, 583-4

relationship to Edmund Randolph, 584n

Nicholson, James, 556-7n

Nicholson, William

Introduction to Natural Philosophy, 68

Nickolls, James B., 224

Nicolls, Richard, 26

Nicolson, George, 428

Niemcewicz, Julian Ursin, 51, 60

Niles, Nathaniel, 553

Nolan, Philip

and trans-Mississippi west, 27-8, 135-6, 236-8, 309-11, 585, 594

suspected by Spanish officials, 236-8

expected in Va., 585, 594

Norfolk, Va.

goods shipped through, 75, 196n, 364

fires in, 188n

officeholders, 216n

attorneys, 230n

custom house, 353-4, 355n, 364

TJ expects to pass through, 462

as port, 587n

Norfolk Canal Company, 505-6

Norfolk Co., Va.

Short's Green Sea investments in, 216, 218, 234, 235, 239, 506, 508, 511n, 515

North, Stephen, 577n

Northampton Co., Pa. See Fries Rebellion

Northampton Co., Va., 32-3

North Carolina

price of tobacco, 106n, 115

selection of presidential electors, 201

and federal court circuits, 261-2, 266-7, 336, 344

manipulation of public opinion within, 279

and Va. Resolutions, 279

votes in Congress, 305, 306n

mysterious stone wall formation, 317, 318n

governors, 335n

wavering political course of, 358, 485

and election of 1800, 408, 561, 563n

Burr distrusts Republicans of, 556n

support for TJ in, 562n

receives U.S. statutes, 601

federal courts, 604

northern states. See eastern states

Northumberland, Pa.

residence of Priestley, Cooper, 320, 322n, 346-7, 452n

Northwest Ordinance of 1787, 337n

Northwest Territory

development, sale of land, 5-8, 25-6, 262, 547, 549n, 560-1, 598, 603, 606, 607, 609, 610, 611

jurisdictional claims, 25-6

laws, 262

legislature meets, 262

and federal judicial circuits, 262-3, 267, 336, 344, 598

representation in Congress, 281, 282n

government of, 337n

Indians in, 393

divided, 547, 549n, 606, 608

as source of copper, 548-9n

officers of, 561n

Notes on the State of Virginia

Boston edition of 1802, xlv

frontispiece portraits, xlv

Trenton edition of 1803, xlv

and Logan's speech, 69-71, 131, 156, 161n, 263-4n, 335-6, 449-50, 479

Cobbett mocks, 156, 161n

potential revision of, 335-6, 556

Baltimore edition of 1800, 373n

depiction of Indians in, 411-12

TJ's plan for education, 527, 529

TJ calculates words per page, 554n

See also Appendix to the Notes on Virginia Relative to the Murder of Logan's Family

Nottnagel, Montmollin & Co. (Philadelphia), 358

nullification

and Ky. Resolutions, 153n, 266, 268n

and tariff, 452n

Nymph (ship), 220n

 
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