Volume 31 Index

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W

Wabash Company, 7, 175n

wagons

cart wheels for Monticello, 229

Wailes, Benjamin Leonard Covington, 203n

Walker, Francis, 413n, 526n, 542, 553

Walker, Thomas, 142n

Waller, Benjamin, 230n

Walton, George, 552

Wannerquist (Stockholm), 60

Wardlaw, William

letter to, 342-3

financial transactions, 123n, 186, 342, 343n, 575, 577n

TJ sends news to, 341, 343

correspondence with TJ, 342

letter from cited, 343n

Wardrop, John

and financial transactions, 298, 302, 329

letter from cited, 298n

letters to cited, 298n

Ware, Isaac, 580n

Ware v. Hylton, 461n

Warre (Ware), John Tyndale, 461n

Warwick Co., Va., 33n, 527n

Wash (plasterer), 580

Washington, Bushrod

Reports of Cases, 117, 122, 136-7

retires from law practice, 165-6, 176

on Supreme Court, 166n

and common law, 227

represents Wayles estate, 458

circuit court trials, 522n

Washington, District of Columbia

government relocates to, xlii, 310, 525n, 538-9, 591, 592, 607, 610, 611

TJ to visit, 531, 563

design of Capitol, 538-9, 563

availability of land in, 563

Washington, George

American Revolutionary War

retirement from army, 352-3

Commander in Chief, 1798-1799

and organization of new regiments, 97-8

Death and Memorialization

death, viii, 509, 544

mourning observance in Philadelphia, viii, xliii-xliv, 368 (illus.)

eulogies, xliii, 339, 369-70, 394, 396, 402, 411, 417, 439, 440n, 455

Houdon, Ceracchi statues as models, 303-4

Salem memorial, 303-4

noted in Europe, 404

congressional resolutions, 600, 611

and Martha Washington, 600

federal memorials, 611, 612

Personal Affairs

portraits, xli, xlv

religious beliefs, 352-3

Mount Vernon depicted, 446n

addressed by millennialist, 476n

interest in horticulture, 535n

Politics

and J. Odgen, 74n

praised as model leader, 369, 395, 402, 404

President

and Symmes land grant, 8n

relations with France, 169, 171n

criticized, 181n

Farewell Address, 353n

and Whiskey Insurrection, 469n

and proposed assistance for Cointeraux, 501, 510n

Relations with Jefferson

TJ does not attend memorial service, viii, xliii

and TJ's letter to Mazzei, viii

TJ praises, 369, 395, 402, 417

TJ criticizes eulogies, 394

Washington, Martha Dandridge Custis, 600

watches, 214-15, 259, 501, 510n, 544

Watson, James, 455, 456n, 461, 605

Watson, John

letter from cited, 80n

handles shipments for TJ, 136

and financial transactions, 302, 303n, 342, 343n

letter to cited, 303n

factor for Brydie firm, 343n

Watson, William, 252, 258n

Watt (E. Randolph's slave), 584

Wayles, John (TJ's father-in-law)

landholdings of, 163n

employs Bryan, 253

as security for R. Randolph bond, 503, 511n

Wayles estate

suit against heirs of R. Randolph, 23n, 507, 511n

claim of Farell & Jones, 147n, 210-11, 234-5, 239, 242, 250, 457-61, 503, 511n

debts of, as political issue, 159-62, 210-11, 225, 268n, 457-61

and Elk Hill, 162-3

and Prince of Wales case, 457-9

TJ retiring his share of debt, 457-61, 503, 511n, 562

and Bivins suit, 503, 511n

See also Welch (Welsh), Wakelin, Jr.

Wayne, Anthony, xlv, 312n

Wealth of Nations (Adam Smith), 68

weather

and health, 139-40

observed, recorded, 139n, 203, 311, 313n

destroys crops, 189, 523

affects travel, 274, 374, 389

Webb, Conrad, 165n

Webb, John, 588

Webster, Daniel, 181n

Weekly Magazine of Original Essays, Fugitive Pieces, and Interesting Intelligence (Philadelphia), 114n, 276n

weights and measures, 388n

Weishaupt, Adam, 350-1, 364-5

Welch (Welsh), Wakelin, Jr.

and Wayles estate debt, 107, 229-31, 375-6, 442-3, 470, 491, 503

and TJ's debt to Cary & Co., 470, 471n, 491, 492n

Welch (Welsh), Wakelin, Sr.

TJ's debt to, 470, 491, 492n

and Cary, Moorey & Welch, 492n

Wells, William, 561n

West, Benjamin, xlii

West Augusta, District of (Va.), 398

Western Reserve, 25-6, 598, 599, 607, 609

western states

in national politics, 77

federal courts in, 260-3, 266-7, 336, 344

broad Republican support in, 262, 266-7

difficulty of travel in, 262

fear eastern political influence, 262

West Indies

and yellow fever, 564

West Indies, British

news comes from Europe via, 333, 334n, 336

West Indies, French

change of officials, policy in, 24, 30-1, 34, 37, 44, 45n, 49

threatened, 32n

privateering against American ships, 38, 44, 49

American trade with, 415

See also Guadeloupe, W.I.

Whately (Whaley), Mr., 112, 118

wheat

quality, quantity in Va., 147, 189, 523

price of, 204, 414

and Wayles estate debt, 231n

implements, 271

sale of TJ's, 272

supplants tobacco, 387n

European demand for, 414, 489

winter, aided by snows, 440

in crop rotation plans, 506-7, 518

shortage of, in Britain, 531

See also flour

Wheaton, Joseph, 599

Wheeling, Fort, 370, 449, 479-80n

whiskey

for Monticello labor force, 270

Whiskey Insurrection, 467-9

White, Alexander

letter to cited, 539n

receives Appendix, 551

whooping cough, 582

Wiatt (Wyatt), William, 80n

Wickham, John

letters to, 107

handles TJ's payments to Welch, 107, 229-31, 442, 470, 491

instructs L. Tazewell, 230n

receives Appendix, 553

Wiegleb, Johann Christian, 317

Wieland; or, The Transformation (Charles Brockden Brown), 276n

Wiley. See Wylie (Wiley), Alexander

Wilkins, Jane (Jenny) Short, 214-15, 259, 501, 510n

Wilkinson, Fort, 334-5, 436

Wilkinson, James

letter to, 312-13

letter from, 585

TJ's support for, 29n, 312n

travels to Philadelphia, Washington, 310, 312, 585

member of APS, 312-13n

and Burr conspiracy, 312n

court-martialed, 312n

identified, 312n

letter from cited, 313n

and Nolan, 585

Willard (E. Randolph's slave), 584

William and Mary, College of

TJ's assessment of, viii-ix, 320

Bellini at, 85-6, 99n

students, 85-6, 129n, 192n, 205n, 215n, 226n, 230n

political sentiments at, 128

curriculum, faculty, 280n, 291-2, 316, 317-18n, 472

Board of Visitors, 291, 316, 317n, 323n, 472

reform of, 291-2, 323n, 340

Episcopal influence, 340

Williams, Jonathan

letter to, 308

Thermometrical Navigation, 308

and APS, 308n

relationship to Franklin, 308n

Williams, R., 543

Williams, Timothy, 181n

Williamsburg, Va.

Tucker pens as "citizen of," 318n

college board drawn from vicinity of, 472

TJ's sister lives at, 526n

Williamson, Jacob, 537

William V, Prince of Orange (stadtholder of Netherlands), 297n

Willink, Van Staphorst & Hubbard. See Van Staphorst & Hubbard

Willis, Lewis, 552

Wilmington, Del.

Cobbett's residence in, 153-6

Wilson, Thomas, 165n

windmills, 423-4

wine

in TJ's accounts, 69, 582

Philadelphia supplier of, 373n

shipped from Philadelphia, 586

Winston, Isaac, 525n

Winston, Isaac, Sr., 580

Winthrop, John (1st Governor of Massachusetts Bay), 265

Winthrop, John (1714-1779), 265, 266n

Winthrop, John (1747-1800), 266n

Winthrop, John (1778-1819)

introduced to TJ, 265-6, 349, 395

Wirt, Mildred Gilmer (Mrs. William Wirt), 244

Wirt, William

witnesses document, 142

and Batture case, 231n

TJ endorses for clerkship of Va. House, 243, 244, 246

wins clerkship, 250-1

defends Callender, 589-90n

Wise, John

loses speakership of Va. House, 250-1

Wiseham, William, 215n, 224, 234, 540

Wistar, Caspar

owns portrait of Priestley, xli

and U.S. census, 295n

and W. Bache, 354

receives Appendix, 551

Wolcott, Alexander

introduced to, by TJ, 543, 555

Republican, 543n, 555

receives Appendix, 551

Wolcott, Frederick, 74n

Wolcott, Oliver, Jr.

letter to, 497-9

letter from, 574

and Symmes land grant, 6

and payments to Kosciuszko, 52, 53n, 55

and Short's salary, 62-3, 465n, 497-9, 504, 574

dispute with J. Ogden, 74n

and U.S. loans, bonds, 76n

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

sends reports, statements to Congress, 277-8

opposes new negotiation with France, 301-2

relations with Adams, 301-2, 419

report on imports, 481, 482n

relatives, 543

and land claims, 602

prepares returns for Senate, 602

reports duties on salt, 606

Wolcott family

dispute with J. Ogden, 18n, 73n

Wollstonecraft, Mary, 276n

women

and pregnancy, childbirth, 108-9, 286, 324, 330n, 331, 333

duties of enslaved, 271

and 1800 census, 295n

qualities of, in Du Pont family, 327, 329

illness, death, of enslaved, 347-8, 473, 497, 523

illness, 362, 366, 368, 377, 386-7, 389-90

edit newspapers, 454n, 493n

wood

TJ's bill for, in Philadelphia, 69

use as fuel affects fireplace design, 103

use of timber at Shadwell, 197

planking for Monticello, 270-2, 474

lumber kiln-dried, 271, 272, 474

firewood at Monticello, 272

timber for Navy, 598

See also charcoal

Wood, James

letter to, 247-8

letter from, 8-9

appointment of Tazewell's successor, 8-9

Republicans seek to unseat, 40

political intentions, 41

as governor, 42n, 246-8

letter from cited, 248n

Wood, John

History of the Administration, 460n

Woods (Wood), Dr., 478

Woods, William, 241n, 274, 542

Woodson, Mr., 270

Wooster, David, 17-18, 73

Wooster, Mary Clap

and political conflicts in Conn., 17-18, 74n

Worcester (schooner), 586, 587n, 588

Wormely. See Hughes, Wormley

Wren, Woodson G., 264n

Wylie (Wiley), Alexander, 255, 256, 257n

Wyoming Valley, Pa.

Conn.-Pa. dispute over, 26

land companies, 287, 288n

Wythe, George

letters to, 118, 400-1, 486-7

letters from, 391, 494, 539

authority on parliamentary procedure, viii, 400-1, 486-7, 494, 539, 597

and TJ's collection of Va. laws, 117-18, 122

TJ's esteem for, 118

letter from cited, 118n

hears TJ's chancery suits, 190, 206

as teacher, 230n

and reorganization of chancery courts, 241n

compiles Va. laws, 255, 257n

as presidential elector, 356-7

praises Callender, 376-7

influence, 391

and Mazzei, 544

receives Appendix, 551, 554n

 
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