Volume 32 Index

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A

"A.B." (pseudonym)

letter from, 506-9

apprehensive of TJ's election, 506-9

Abeille Americaine, 320n

Abert, Geneviève Marie. See La Marche, Madame de

abolition

southern states will not dismantle slavery, 155, 295

Africa furnishes little hope to "friends of freedom," 168

in Del., 497n

advocated, 582n

Abraham (ca. 1740-1818, Abram, TJ's slave), 417

Abram (b. 1794, TJ's slave), 164

Abridgment of the Public Permanent Laws of Virginia (Edmund Randolph), 471, 472n

"Account of the Capitol in Virginia" (Thomas Jefferson), 335n

Adair, Douglass, 382n

Adams, Abigail

quoted, 201n

relationship to Cranch, 377

Adams, George

Micrographia Illustra, 178

Adams, John

letter to, 476

Opinions

thought to be pro-British, anti-French, 196-202

portrays opponents as deluded, 198-9

views of republicanism, 199-200, 202n, 253n

denounces "rage for innovation," 200

Personal Affairs

son-in-law refutes charges, 351-2

relationship to Cranch, 377

relationship to J. Johnson, 477n

Politics

less an aristocrat than TJ, 53

toasted, 60

and C. C. Pinckney candidacy, 91n, 97, 217-18, 229, 263

support for, in New England, 97, 343

1796 electoral vote, 124, 309n

Paine disdains Adams, 186, 189, 193n

relations with Federalists, 189, 341n, 466

said to misrepresent his opponents, 198-9, 202n

associates republicanism with despotism, 199

weak support for in Del., 217-18

Callender on prospects of, 238

Hamilton's Letter, 239, 304n, 422

electoral vote, 263, 271, 300, 306, 307, 309, 322, 324, 347, 357, 358n

Federalists' patronage expectations, 308

President

address to Congress opening session, vii, 248, 250, 601

and proposed military academy, 5n

and recommendations for board of agriculture, 14

replies to addresses on XYZ affair, 34n, 196-202

criticized, 129, 138n, 189, 193n, 196-202, 456, 523n, 574

and establishment of navy, 138n

uses furnishings appropriation to buy horses for President's House stable, 140

late-term appointments, 162n, 296n

receives Ellsworth's resignation, 168n, 323-4n

cabinet politics, 185, 195

and Pickering, 189, 193n, 195, 465-6, 469n, 492

declaration of fast day, 202n

relations with France, 204n, 383n

and prosecution of sedition trials, 210n

and Blount conspiracy, 224

and Ellicott, 224, 321, 548

thought to be avoiding pact with France, 234-5, 244, 248, 252-3

May 1797 address by Senate, 253n

political patronage in Pa., 308, 309n

administration compared to reign of Queen Anne, 315

R. Peale seeks appointment, 316, 317n

submits U.S.-French convention to Senate, 318-19, 323n, 504

appoints chief justice, 324n

makes appointments, 353n, 377n, 443n, 495n, 536, 544n, 563n, 566, 567n, 570n, 577n

and Saint-Domingue, 357n

requests recall of Irujo, 396-7

and fires in government offices, 435-6

relationship with Washington, 436, 439n

low regard for, 436-7

and resolution of electoral tie, 436-7

relationship with Gerry, 465-6, 492

XYZ affair, 465-9, 490-5

Federalists criticize for policy toward France, 490, 492, 494n

mistreated in office, 508

administration marked by bad appointments, 566

and government for D.C., 601

sends correspondence, papers to Congress, 602

Relations with Jefferson

TJ categorizes Adams's replies to XYZ addresses, 196-202

TJ logs Adams's "Egotisms," 200-1, 202n

statements attributed to TJ, 253n

and appointments, 291-2

TJ hopes to reach an understanding, 323, 436

invites TJ to dinner, 476

TJ reports Adams's views on election, 500

Adams, John Quincy, 296n, 477n

Adams, Louisa Catherine Johnson, 477n

Adams, Samuel

Paine's friendship with, 186

introduces travelers, 244, 250

recommendations for appointments, 349n

Address to the People of the United States (John Beckley), 125n

Ad Lucilium Epistulae Morales (Lucius Annaeus Seneca), 502, 503n

Advice to Shepherds (Louis Jean Marie Daubenton), 157, 159n

Advice to the People in General, with Regard to Their Health (Samuel Auguste André David Tissot), 178

Africa

and linguistic mix on American frontier, 50

Europeans' accounts of, 112, 168

rice of, introduced in U.S., 124, 125n

can give little hope to "friends of freedom," 168

Cape of Good Hope, 603

See also Egypt

African Americans

Va. places restrictions on, 482

Age of Reason. Part the Second (Thomas Paine), 190-1, 193n

Aggy. See Gillette, Agnes; Hern, Aggy

agriculture

societies for promoting, 8, 10-11n, 125n, 596-7

recommendations for a national board or society, 13-14, 423, 501-3, 560, 596-7

in college curricula, 19n

pests, 21, 43, 185, 206, 297n, 441

toast in praise of, 61n

relationships of land, labor, profit, 85, 121-2, 151-3

crop rotation, 108-10, 164-6

books on, 112, 153, 159n, 178

observations of foreign travelers, 121-2

British improvements to, 149-50

fertilizer, 178, 232n, 407, 441, 545

study of soils, 178

role of, in U.S. economy, 181, 183, 422

cultivation of melons, 206, 306

Mazzei's interest in, 275, 278

threshing machines, 495n

American Board of Agriculture created, 503n

Alabama, 243n, 320n

Albany, N.Y., 58, 198, 411n

Albemarle Co., Va.

postal service, 104, 213

and fire insurance, 104-7

flour mills, 109n, 116

Pen Park estate, 109n

courts, court days, 116, 134, 146, 475, 489

land prices, 116, 144, 242

Birdwood plantation, 117n

land taxes, 128n, 164

parishes of, 128n

potential for sheep raising, 149

and Gabriel's insurrection, 160

clerks, 166n

quality of tobacco from, 209, 301, 546

reputation of lands of, 330

deputy sheriffs, 419n

Tarleton's raid, 452n

surveyors, 592n

See also Monroe, James; Monticello

alcoholism, 153, 207

Aldridge, William J.

payments from TJ, 46-7, 472, 473n

letters to, from cited, 47n

supplies groceries, 471, 473n

Alembert, Jean Le Rond d'

and Encyclopédie, 180

Alexander, Mr., 275, 278

Alexander, Amos

letters to, 15-16, 355-6

letter from, 338

supports TJ, 15-16, 338, 355-6

identified, 16n

letters from cited, 16n, 338n

Alexander, Andrew

letter to, 398-9

letter from, 359-60

trustee of Washington Academy, 359-60, 398-9

identified, 360n

Alexander, Robert, 360n

Alexander the Coppersmith, 308

Alexandria, Bank of, 404n

Alexandria, Egypt, 586

Alexandria, Va.

population of, xxxix

officeholders, 16n

stagecoaches, 16n

churches, 54n

potential home for Du Pont, 65-6, 67, 92, 313, 314

merchants, 140n

schools, 140n

postal service at, 171

and case of Ranger, 213n

Darrell and Craven at, 242

newspapers, 330

offers public dinner for TJ, 338, 355-6

hotels, 392n

banks, 404n

poor roads to Washington, 508

Alexandria Mechanical Relief Society, 16n

Algiers

corsairs of, 195

U.S. treaty with, 456

Alien Friends Act (1798)

opposition to, 33, 522

and Ky. Resolutions, 381n

and French visitors to U.S., 383n

Allarde, Pierre Gilbert Leroy, baron d', 326, 327, 354

Allen, Hancock, 440, 441n, 475

Allen, John, 494, 495n

Allen, Mrs. (mother of Hancock Allen), 440

Alston, Joseph

visits Monticello, vii, 208-9, 216n, 234, 242-3

identified, 208-9n

Alston, Theodosia Burr, 209n

Altona, 477-9

Ambler, John, 525

Ambrugeac, Alexandre Charles Louis d'

letter from, 356-7

pays respects, 356-7

identified, 357n

memorandum from cited, 357n

American (Baltimore), 42n, 583

American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 5n, 231, 233n

American Atlas (Mathew Carey), 464n

American Citizen and General Advertiser (New York), 217n, 376n

"American Merchant" (T. Coxe), 572n

American Mercury (Hartford, Conn.), 97

American Monitor. See School of Wisdom

American Museum (New York), 288-90

American Museum: or, Annual Register of Fugitive Pieces, Ancient and Modern. For the Year 1798 (Mathew Carey), 571-2

American Philosophical Society

and Royal Institution, 4-5, 311

elects members, 5n, 19n, 31n, 265n, 312, 416n, 480, 501, 503n, 510n, 589-90, 591, 595, 597n

officers, 5n, 8, 19n, 31-2n, 298n, 480-1n, 509, 510n, 591, 595

publishes Transactions, 5n, 8, 230, 232n, 302, 304n, 311, 346, 350, 479, 481n, 548, 549n, 591

receives communications, specimens, 5n, 18-19, 31, 37n, 55n, 230, 232n, 262, 448

and TJ's moldboard plow, 8

collects data on languages, 51n

committees, 230

studies decay of peach trees, 230, 232n

pamphlet on autumnal fever, 269n

and weather records, 287

elects TJ president, 298, 388, 509-10

papers by members, 299, 480n, 481n, 548, 549n

TJ respected as president of, 344, 345

meetings, 480, 481n, 510n

TJ's report on megalonyx, 591

American Revolution

and TJ's friendship with Rush, xxxvii, 112

Loyalists, 5n, 64n, 510n

persistent principles and spirit of, 6, 18, 52, 206, 209, 227, 229, 389, 551

and Ceracchi's designs, 61-2

certificates paid to soldiers, 77-80, 90n

renaming of places, streets, 111, 167

destruction of laws, records during, 141

histories of, 178, 349n

and France, 204n, 252, 354n

veterans of, 210n, 246n, 310, 315, 347, 351-2n, 370, 415n, 434, 544n, 592n

decline of principles of, followed by rise of partisanship, 370

Gérard claim, 384-5

Tarleton's raid, 452n

Sayre's role, 455-6

Americans in London, 535-6

Mazzei's role, 554, 555

Va. militia, 564

affects imports from Britain, 582n

American Universal Geography (Jedidiah Morse), 180

"Americanus" (pseudonym)

used by Beckley, 125n

"Americanus Urban" (pseudonym), 221n

American Vine-Dresser's Guide (John James Dufour), 533n

Amesbury, Mass., 198

Amiens, France, 394-5n

Amsterdam

letters sent through, 61, 89, 147

U.S. consul at, 132-3

market for saffron, 152

See also Van Staphorst & Hubbard

Amy. See Hern, Amy

Amy (TJ's slave), 164

Anacharsis. See Voyage du jeune Anacharsis en Grèce (Abbé Jean Jacques Barthélemy)

anarchy

as political epithet, 321, 365, 519n

TJ's followers motivated by, 508

Anatomy of the Human Body (William Cheselden), 178

Anderson, Adam

Historical and Chronological Deduction, 180

Anderson, Robert, 265

Anderson, William (London merchant), 275, 278

Annales of England (Francis Godwin, Bishop of Hereford), 176

Annan, Robert, 233n

Annapolis, Md., 226, 253n

Annapolis Convention (1786), 136n

Anne, Queen (Great Britain), 315, 316n

Annual Register, and Virginian Repository, for the Year 1800 (George Douglas), 220, 221n, 334, 335n

Answer to Alexander Hamilton's Letter (Citizen of New York), 329, 330n

Anthony, Joseph (Philadelphia)

letter to, 446

sells Trumbull's prints, 446

Antifederalists, 116, 525n

Apology for the Bible (Richard Watson, Bishop of Llandaff), 190-1, 193n

"Apotheosis of Washington" (John James Barralet), 420

Appel a l'Impartiale Postérité (Marie Jeanne Phlipon Roland de la Platière), 415

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

distribution, 8, 11n, 93, 518, 581

published with Notes, 219, 334n

Appleton, Thomas, 273, 276-7, 279, 340

Archaeologica Graeca: Or, the Antiquities of Greece (John Potter), 176

Argentina, 218n

Argus (New York), 330n, 376n

"Aristides" (pseudonym), 329, 330n

Aristotle, 479

Arlington, Vt., 197, 198

Armstrong, John (1755-1816)

letter from, 245-6

and Kosciuszko's lands, 101, 245-6

identified, 246n

Armstrong, Gen. John

elected to Senate, 315-16

suggested as secretary of war, 566

reports conversation with G. Morris, 590

Arnay, Jean Rodolphe d'

De la Vie privée des Romains, 177

Arrowsmith, Aaron

maps of North America, 69, 464n

New and Elegant General Atlas, 464n

Artemis, temple of, 129, 130n

Arthur, William

letter from, 410-12

asks TJ's religious views, 410-12

identified, 411-12n

artisans

slaves work as, 138n

Asia

languages, 35-7, 134

and origins of American Indians, 134

Asinius Pollio, Gaius, 487, 488n

Ast, William Frederick, 106n

Astronomie (Joseph Jérôme Le Français de Lalande), 180

astronomy

published tables, papers on, 71-2, 89, 147, 157, 255, 346, 479-80

books on, 180, 237, 298-9

data from Ellicott's boundary survey, 224, 336, 479-80

moon, 287, 334, 443

Newtonian theory, 299

meridian at Washington, 321, 346

and common almanacs, 334, 502n

declination of sun, 548, 549n

Astronomy (James Ferguson), 180

Atlas Portatif à l'Usage des Colleges (Abbé Grenet and Rigobert Bonne), 180

attorneys

in Ky., 38-9, 41, 561-3, 569-70

in Va., 38-9, 41, 499, 524n

equated with clergy, doctors, 103

in S.C., 208-9n, 348

part of Federalist establishment, 228

in N.H., 348

in Pa., 348, 483

in Del., 370-1

federal district attorneys, 387n

TJ employs, 419n

in Mass., 465

in N.Y., 550-1

read law in Albemarle Co., 561

Augusta Co., Va., 38n, 328n

Aurora (Philadelphia)

and rumor of TJ's death, 42n

commentary by, 46n, 435-6n

distribution of, in Va., 104

subscriptions to, 116n

publishes political essays, 135n, 329, 330n, 572n

prints letters, documents, 138n, 202n, 239n, 439n

advertisements, 210n, 212, 213n

Senate prosecution of Duane, 217n

on aspects of presidential election, 221-2, 487

calls Hamilton an intriguer, 304n

reports on Pa. election impasse, 309n, 336n

rumors of Federalist intrigues, 404n

See also Duane, William

Austin, William (editor), 201n

Austria

accedes to peace with France, xxxviii, 21-2, 101-2, 186-8, 191n, 192n, 202-3

relations with Louis XVI, 90n

relations with Britain, 187, 191n, 192n

negotiates at Rastatt, 192n

war renewed, ended, 340, 341n, 478, 584

Treaty of Lunéville, 372-3n, 586

releases Lafayette, 427, 430, 431n

and rule of Tuscany, 553, 555

and Naples, 587

Authentic Account of an Embassy from the King of Great Britain to the Emperor of China (George Leonard Staunton), 35, 37n

Aventures de Télémaque (François de Salignac de La Mothe-Fénelon), 502, 503n

Azara, José Nicolás de, 88, 90n

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