Volume 32 Index

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B

Bache, Catharine Wistar, 17, 39, 69

Bache, William

visits Monticello, 17, 39

knows Niemcewicz, 69

carries correspondence, 104, 202n

hires slaves, 559

TJ reports progress of House balloting to, 579n

bacon, 47, 61, 471

Bacon, Francis

Historie, 176

Essays, 179

Baer, George, Jr., 46n, 322, 323n, 419n

Bagwell (TJ's slave), 163

Baker, Gardiner, 290n

Bakewell, Robert, 150, 159n

Balch, Stephen Bloomer

letter to, 317-18

clergyman, 317-18, 406n

identified, 317-18n

Baldwin, Abraham, 248n, 255, 348

Ball, Sir Alexander John, 587

Baltimore, Md.

artists, xxxvii, xxxix

transportation, 16n, 573, 602

merchants, 17, 18n

newspapers, 42n

yellow fever in, 166

XYZ addresses from, 200

elections, 208, 225, 227

as port, 275, 278, 356, 412

museums, 317n

banking, 350-1, 512n

publication of laws in, 365, 366n

seat of Catholic diocese, 394n

Federalist caucus at, 404n

commercial ties to Washington, Georgetown, 496, 501

Bancroft, Edward, 525

Bank of the United States

drafts on, 127, 405-6, 415-16

stock of, 158

branches, 498n

funds in, 565

Bankruptcy Act (1800), 381

banks

use of bank notes, 130, 139, 251, 402, 406n, 414, 450

stocks of, as investment, 158

relationship of circulating notes, capital, 350-1

in Del., 497n

political opposition to, 582n

See also Alexandria, Bank of; Columbia, Bank of (Georgetown); Maryland, Bank of; Pennsylvania, Bank of

Baptists

preachers, 54n, 175, 269n

and Gabriel's insurrection, 175-6

Barbary States

threaten commerce in Mediterranean, 192n, 195

Barbour, James

and Madison, 116, 146

attorney for TJ, 419n

Barbour, James (Ky.)

letter from, 564

wants U.S. marshal's position, 564

identified, 564n

Barcelona, Spain, 587

barley, 30

Barlow, Joel

letters from, 141-4, 193-4

proposes educational institution, 141-4

shunned by envoys, 186

recommended for diplomatic position, 189, 211

on checking Britain's abuse of neutral rights, 193-4

Joel Barlow to his Fellow Citizens, 193-4

Barlow, Ruth Baldwin, 144n

Barnaby. See Gillette, Barnaby

Barnard, Timothy, 50

Barnes, John

letters to, 30-1, 57-8, 171-2

letters from, 64-5, 114-15, 255-6, 271, 405-6, 464-5, 496, 501, 565

handles financial transactions, 17, 18n, 47, 114-15, 127, 129n, 130, 139, 171-2, 235, 241, 317-18n, 405-6, 415-16, 464-5, 470, 472n, 565

and Madison's affairs, 17, 59-60, 116-17

obtains items, handles shipments, 20, 30-1, 46, 57-8, 64-5, 115n, 128, 171

and Kosciuszko, 30, 31n, 48, 57, 101, 115

manages U.S. loan investments, 30, 31n, 115, 154

and Short's affairs, 30, 31n, 57, 81, 85, 87, 89, 90n, 150, 153-4, 158, 160n, 245, 251, 401-2, 427, 464, 473-4, 496, 498, 501, 568

letters from cited, 31n, 57n, 65n, 89n, 115n, 139n, 171n, 256n

letters to cited, 31n, 115n, 139n, 171n, 256n, 464n, 501n

and Mazzei's affairs, 47, 55, 64, 114

relocates to Georgetown, 57, 64-5, 114-15, 171

and rumor of TJ's death, 57

forwards letters, 64

performs miscellaneous services, 71, 227, 228n, 255-6, 302, 312

accounts with TJ, 114, 115n, 405-6n, 464-5n

and sale of TJ's tobacco crop, 114, 115n

owns slaves, 115

offers goods for sale, 271, 501

employs Pickford, 496, 501

Barnes, John (d. 1800), 48

Barnes, Joseph

letters from, 172-4, 338-41, 585-8

anticipates TJ's election, 172-4, 338-9

seeks consular post, 173, 340, 341n, 587

sends news from Europe, 338-41, 585-8

Barnes, Mary King, 49n

Barralet, John James

letter from, 374-5

sends drawings, 374-5, 420

identified, 374-5n

"Apotheosis of Washington," 420

Barrington, Daines, 443

Barry, James, 270n

Barthélemy, Jean Jacques, Abbé

Voyage du jeune Anacharsis en Grèce, 177

Bartlett (b. 1786, TJ's slave), 418

Barton, Benjamin Smith

letter to, 588-9

and APS, 19n

and politics, national issues, 44-5, 382n

and natural history, 112

recommends brother-in-law, 588-9

letter from cited, 589n

Barton, Mary Pennington, 589

Barton, Matthias, 221-2, 242

Barziza, Antonio, 525, 526n

Bassett, Richard, 217-18, 443n, 571n

Batavian Republic

and correspondence between U.S., Europe, 61, 89

U.S. relations with, 132-3, 424

Murray in, 189

and potential invasion of Britain, 191n

gunpowder of, 313, 314

Lafayette in, 429

army, 431n

See also Amsterdam; Leyden; Van Staphorst & Hubbard

Bath Co., Va., 198

Baton Rouge, La., 55n

Bauman, Sebastian, 358n

Bavaria, 5n, 341n

Baxter, John

New and Impartial History of England, 177

Bayard, James A.

reelected to Congress, vii, 217, 218n

portrait, xxxviii, 328 (illus.)

and resolution of election impasse, xxxviii, 369, 419n, 583

praises TJ's conduct as vice president, 369

relationship with Rodney, 369, 371

thought to favor TJ, 399, 419n, 432, 442

depicted as unscrupulous, 442

asserts principles of common law, 597

Beard, Charles A., 382n

Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de, 252

Bec (b. 1797, TJ's slave), 163

Beccaria, Cesare Bonesana

Essay on Crimes and Punishments, 179

Beck, George, xxxix

Beck, Mary, xxxix

Beckley, John

politics, 7, 125n, 135n

uses pseudonyms, 125n, 135n

recommends traveler, 161

and Monroe, 373

and Irvine, 435n

bedbugs, 296, 297n

Bedford, Pa., 484

Bedford Co., Va.

postal service in, 104

T. M. Randolph property in, 598

See also Poplar Forest (TJ's estate)

Bee (New London, Conn.), 7n, 230n

Beeke, Henry

observations on British income tax, 379-81

Belgium, 186, 191n

Belin, Auguste, 320n

Belinda (1739-1808, TJ's slave), 164

Belknap, Jeremy

History of New-Hampshire, 178

Bell, Mr., 43

Bell, Benjamin

System of Surgery, 178

Bell, Thomas

buys nails, 169, 254

death of, 254n

settlement of estate, 342

Bellamy, Pierre

as "Y'', 466-9

Belles Lettres Society (Lexington, Va.), 360n

Belsham, William

History of Great Britain, 176, 177

Ben (Allen's slave), 440, 441n

Ben (b. 1785, TJ's slave), 417

Benezet, Anthony, 112n

Benjamin Franklin (ship), 71, 89n, 147

Berkeley Co., Va., 127n

Berkenrode, Mattheus Lestevenon heer van Hazerswoude en, 73, 90n

Berlin

news from, 223

U.S. representative in, 293-4, 296n, 297n

Sayre in, 455-6

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

J. W. Eppes seeks to sell land at, 84, 152

Eppes family at, 347n, 392n, 489n, 537-8, 593

Eppes family moves to, 364

Berwick, Me., 603

Betty (d. 1801, TJ's slave), 164

Beverley, Robert (d. 1722)

History and Present State of Virginia, 178

Bézout, Etienne

Cours de mathématiques, 180

Bible

allusions from, 206, 216, 217n, 333, 521, 523n

as divine revelation, 249

quoted, 308, 309n, 483, 487n

TJ studies New Testament, 345n

for TJ's portable library, 376

book of Isaiah, 488n

"house divided" allusion, 508

Bible Needs No Apology: or Watson's System of Religion Refuted (Daniel Humphreys), 386-7, 446

Bidai Indians, 449

Bingham, William, 111, 259n

Birch, William Russell, 115n

Bishop, Abraham

Connecticut Republicanism, 263

Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time (Gilbert Burnet), 176, 177

Bivins, James, Jr., 536n

Blair, Archibald

payment for Mazzei, 47, 55

letters to, from cited, 47n

Blair, David, 40n

Blair, Hugh

Lectures on Rhetoric, 180

Blair, James, 40n

Blasco de Orozco, Nicolás, 396-7

Blasingame, John, 265

Blenheim (Carter estate), 82, 87, 90n, 151, 275, 278

Blome, Otto, Baron von, 73, 90n

Blount, William

conspiracy of, 224

impeachment, trial of, 381n, 424, 427n

Blue Ridge Mountains, 551n

Blyth, Joseph, 265

Bohlen, Bohl

letters to, from firm of cited, 62n

Bohlen, John

and Ceracchi, 61

letter from cited, 62n

Boilly, Louis Léopold

portrait of Bonaparte, xxxviii, 328 (illus.)

Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, Viscount

Philosophical Works, 179

Bolling, John (TJ's brother-in-law), 107

Bolling, Mary Jefferson (Mrs. John Bolling, TJ's sister), 538

Bonaparte, Joseph, 159n, 244n

Bonaparte, Napoleon

coup of 18 Brumaire, xxxviii, 428

portraits, xxxviii, 328 (illus.)

seeks peace, 21, 102n, 188

as military leader, 21n, 195

attempts on life of, 62n, 430, 431n

Egyptian campaign, 112

as consul, 144n, 479n

and conclusion of Convention of 1800, 159n, 185, 204n

and Lunéville negotiations, 372n

resides in Tuileries, 429, 431n

has confidence of nation, 430

and Lafayette, 430, 431n

and Naples, 588n

Bond, William Stoddert, 365

Bonne, Rigobert

Atlas Portatif (with Grenet), 180

Bonneville, Nicolas de, 188, 192n

Bordeaux, France

destination of Benjamin Franklin, 71-2, 89, 147

commerce of, 89n

news from, 244n, 261

mail routed through, 448n

Bordley, John Beale

letter to, 117-18

Ariana Randolph's annuity, 63-4, 117-18

letters from cited, 118n

Bosquet, Monsieur, 447

Boston

and rumor of TJ's death, 42n

commerce with Va., 61, 471

newspapers, 104, 338-9, 341n

streets renamed during Revolution, 111

postal service at, 155

XYZ addresses from, 198, 199

Marine Society, 199, 200

learned societies, 231, 233n

Republicans, 250, 348

physicians, 348, 349n

U.S. naval agent, 353, 354n

attorneys, 353n

merchants, 353n

shipyards, boat construction, 353n

Boston, Solomon, 602

botany

botanists, 55n, 232n

books, 112, 178

Botetourt Co., Va., 199

Bourbon dynasties, 429, 588n

Bourne, Sylvanus

letter from, 132-4

and compensation of consuls, 132-4

Bowles, Davy, 263

Bowles, William Augustus, 50-2, 548

Bowling Green, Va., 290, 540n

Boyd, Julian P., 382n

Boylan, William, 60n

Brackenridge, Hugh Henry

letter to, 318-19

letters from, 483-8, 518-20

national politics, events, 318-19, 483-8

letter from cited, 319n

moves from Pittsburgh, 486, 519

and Tree of Liberty, 486, 487

writes poem lauding TJ, 487-8

receives Appendix, 518

and local political alignments, 518-20

publication of TJ's letter to, 518-20, 528, 537

Brackenridge, Sabina (Sofia) Wolfe, 518-20

Bradley, Philip B., 347-8, 349n

Brand, Joseph

receives payment, 401, 472

letter to cited, 402n

brandy, 115n

Brandywine, battle of, 370

Breckinridge, John

letter to, 38-9

letters from, 457-8, 595-6

contact for John Monroe, 38-9

and U.S. marshal for Ky., 451-2n, 457-8, 461n, 595-6

letter from cited, 461n

in U.S. Senate, 572

Brent, Richard

letter from, 459-60

recommends W. Brent, 459-60

identified, 460n

letters to, from cited, 460n

Brent, William (Washington, D.C.), 459-60

bridges, 189-90, 192-3n

Bridges, John, 367n

Bridgeton, N.J., 200

Briggs, Isaac

letter to, 560

letter from, 501-3

proposes network of agricultural societies, 501-3, 560

identified, 502-3n

produces almanac, 502n

Briggs, Samuel, 502n

Bristol, England, 70n

Bristol, R.I., 603

Broadbent, John, 587

Brongniart, Alexandre Théodore, 430, 431n

Brown. See Colbert, Brown

Brown, Andrew, Jr.

publishes Philadelphia Gazette, 134n

Brown, Catherine, 321, 323n, 436, 537

Brown, Charles Brockden, 93-4

Brown, George H., 367n

Brown, George M., 268, 269n

Brown, James

and shipment of chairs, 55, 57, 64-5

and Short's business affairs, 73, 77, 80-1, 92, 240, 245, 258, 402, 498-9, 568

tobacco purchases by, 240

Brown, James (1766-1835), 562-3

Brown, John (Ky.), 255, 263, 461n, 563n

Brown, Morgan

letter from, 265

gives TJ Indian statuary, 119, 120n, 265

Brown, Samuel

letter from, 460-1

letter to cited, 39n

and U.S. marshal for Ky., 460-1

Brown, William

tavern of, 272n

Browne, Isaac Hawkins, 207n

Browne, William Burnet, 141

Bruff, Thomas, 512-13

Brunswick, 583-5

Brydie, Alexander, 15n

Buchan, William

Domestic Medicine, 178

Buchanan, James A., 498

Buck, Daniel, 582n

Buck, John H., 128n

Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, Comte de

Histoire Naturelle, 178

theories of, 233n, 407

Bugniet, Pierre Gabriel, 335n

Bull, Jonathan, 5-7

Bullock, Mr., 3n

Burch, Samuel, 39

Burdon, Rowland, 190, 193n

Bureaux de Pusy, Jean Xavier

sends regards to TJ, 20, 247, 313, 315

assists Du Pont de Nemours, 41, 42, 65, 66-7, 114n

as military engineer, 56-7, 66-8, 247

Bureaux de Pusy, Julienne Poivre

Du Pont's daughter-in-law, 114n

Burgh, James

Political Disquisitions, 179

Burke, Edmund, 190

Burling, Ebenezer

letter to, 444-5

letter from, 361-3

method to find standard of measure, 361-3, 444-5

Burlington, Vt., 197, 198

Burnet, Gilbert

History of His Own Time, 176, 177

Burnet, Gov. William, 141

Burnett & Rigden (Georgetown), 406n

Burr, Aaron

letters to, 306-7, 528-9

letters from, 208-9, 342-3, 357-8, 577

family, vii, 209n

and tied electoral vote, vii-viii, 244n, 268, 290, 307, 318, 322, 343, 486, 518

distrusts Va., N.C., viii

Federalists court, viii, 391, 399-400, 442, 466, 483, 487, 517, 519, 565-6, 583

TJ praises, viii, 91, 347, 391

and Currie's claim, xxxvi

relationship with TJ, xxxvi, 342-3, 432-3, 528-9, 577

TJ conceals identity of, xxxvi

portraits of, xxxvi-xxxvii, 328 (illus.)

candidacy of, 91, 234

as political leader, manager, 146, 208-9, 216, 217n, 219n, 268, 322, 357-8

and Paine, 186

biography of, 219n

and Labagh, 249

electoral votes to be withheld from, 265-6, 300, 306-7, 324, 329

in Md. electoral vote, 271

business affairs, 291n

TJ projects electoral vote total, 300, 322, 324

and Hamilton, 304n, 476

vice presidency precludes cabinet position, 307, 343

considered candidate for vice presidency, not presidency, 346, 369, 519

patron to Munford, 350, 528-9, 577

potential arrangement with TJ to end election crisis, 375-6, 437, 484-6

in Philadelphia, 399

compared to Caesar, 400n

would accept presidency, 400n

1796 Pa. electoral vote, 435n

TJ said to fear House preference for, 519n

said to have agents working during House balloting, 529n, 590

aversion to, as potential president, 533

coalition in House may agree on him for president, 533

in balloting by House, 572, 578-81

1806 arrest of, 592n

Burrows, William Ward, 352n

Burton, Robert, 258

Burton, William, 175-6

Burwell. See Colbert, Burwell (TJ's slave)

Büsching, Anton Friedrich

New System of Geography, 180

Butler, Pierce

letter to, 91

and S.C. politics, 91, 146, 170

letters from cited, 91n, 146n

Butler, William, 258n

Butterfield, Lyman H., 382n

 
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