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Cabarrus, François, 184n

cabbage, 471

Cabell, Joseph Carrington

course of reading for, 176-81

Cabell, Samuel J., 324

receives chairs, 55, 57-8, 61, 64-5

letters to, from cited, 55n

absent from Congress, 418

Cabinet (Georgetown), 213n, 261-2, 305, 329-30

Cabot, Sebastian, 443-4

Caddo Indians, 449

Cadiz, Spain

U.S. consul at, 162, 208

Caesar (1749-1820, TJ's slave), 164

Caesar, Julius, 177, 400n

Calhoun, John C., 281n

Callender, James Thomson

letters from, 100-1, 129-30, 136-8, 174, 211-13, 233-4, 236-7, 238, 254-5, 399, 414

Prospect Before Us, 100, 129-30, 137, 138n, 174, 211-12, 233, 235, 236, 238, 240, 250, 254, 255n, 414

jailed at Richmond, 100-1, 129-30, 136-8, 174, 176n, 211-13, 233-4, 235, 236, 254, 399

on U.S. Constitution, 129, 212, 254, 255n

desires press of his own, 130, 137, 233-4

links own future to Republicans', 137, 233

problems with eyesight, uses amanuensis, 137, 138n, 175n, 255n

essay on the navy, 137-8

account of slave conspirators' trials, 174-6

Political Progress of Britain, 179

and Madison, 212, 238, 537n

children of, remain in Philadelphia, 213

and Examiner, 213n, 233-4, 236, 255n, 399

as "Scots Correspondent," 234n, 255n

seeks, receives financial assistance from TJ, 235, 238, 239-41, 244-5, 254, 450, 470

conflict with Chase, 236

condemned on religious terms, 236-7

"Defence" of TJ, 254-5

and resolution of presidential election, 399

denounced as a supporter of TJ, 519n

Callis, William O., 367n

Calvinism and Universalism (Joseph Young), 237n

Cambacérès, Jean Jacques Régis, 204n

Cambridge, Mass., 200

Camden, N.C., 38n

Camden (Cambden), William

History of Elizabeth, 176

"Camillus'' (Alexander Hamilton), 426n

Campbell, David, 44, 51n

Campbell, John, 150

Campbell, Samuel, 376

Campbell Co., Va., 104

Campoformio, Treaty of, 373n, 586

Canada

weather observations, 287-8, 443, 448

prospective invasions of, 339, 361n

and alleged British payments to Americans, 352

boundary, 479, 480n, 481n

lands for refugees from, 602, 603

canals

benefits of public investment in, 423

for TJ's mill, 500, 517, 559

Erie, 503n

James River and Kanawha, 503n

See also Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company; James River Company

Canandaigua, N.Y., 7n

Capulets, 370, 371n

Carey, Dr. John, 447

Carey, Mathew

letter to, 447

letter from, 319

prints books, pamphlets, 263n, 345n, 447n, 464n

School of Wisdom, 319, 447

American Atlas, 464n

American Museum, 571-2

Carlisle, Pa., 201, 348, 434, 483

Carlos (Charles) IV, King of Spain, 51, 52n, 224, 396-7, 480, 548, 549n

Carnot, Lazare Nicolas Marguerite

Réponse, 415

Carolina Gazette (Charleston, S.C.), 266n

Carondelet, Francisco Luis Hector, Baron de

governor of Louisiana, 394n

carpenters, 30-1, 57, 64, 70-1

Carr, Mr., 341

Carr, Dabney (TJ's brother-in-law), 99n, 419n

Carr, Hester Smith Stevenson (Hettie, Mrs. Peter Carr), 161, 227

Carr, Jefferson

death of, 116

Carr, Martha Jefferson (Mrs. Dabney Carr, TJ's sister), 98-9

Carr, Mary Jane

not expected to live, 116

Carr, Peter (TJ's nephew)

design of residence of, 94

family, 116, 161, 227

joins subscription for Holt, 129n

prospective secretary for TJ, 416-17, 481

letters to, from cited, 417n

TJ reports progress of House balloting to, 579n

Carr, Thomas, Jr., 342

carriage tax, 128n, 602

Carrol, John, 406n

Carroll, Bishop John, 394-5n

Carter, Charles (of Blenheim), 275, 278

Carter, Edward (Ned), 90n

Carter, George (Albemarle Co.), 39

Cartwright, T., xxxix

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

Cary, Sir Henry, Viscount Falkland (attributed author)

History of the Life, Reign, and Death of Edward II, 176

Castinelli, Giussepi, 554, 555

Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.

consul at Marseilles, 174n

Cathalan, Stephen, Sr., 125n

Cathcart, Mr., 317

Catherine II (the Great), Empress of Russia, 455, 478

Catholic Church

Poor Clares, 392-5

diocese at Baltimore, 394n

Ursuline convent, 394n

seminaries, 395n

allusions to Jesuits, 551-2

Catiline, 441

Catlett, Kemp, 105, 144

cattle, 108, 150, 159n, 164, 166, 452n

Cayenne, French Guiana, 493

Cenas, Claudine

letter from, 447-8

asks TJ for assistance, 447-8

letter from cited, 448n

Cenas, François, 447-8

Cenas, Gaspard, 447-8

Cenas, Pierre, 447-8

center. See lemon juice

Ceracchi, Giuseppe

letter from, 61-2

monument to Washington, 61-2

bust of TJ, 62n

death of, 62n

letter from cited, 62n

Charles I, King of England, 567n

Charles Theodore, elector of Bavaria (d. 1799), 5n

Charleston, S.C.

artists, xxxvii

as seaport, 123, 124, 332, 394n, 412, 505

political divisions in, 214-17, 506

elections, 215, 250, 257, 267-8, 279-80

newspapers, 217n, 266n

sewers, 232n

residents of, 269n

news from, 290

physicians, 349n

Charlestown, Mass., 264-5n, 349n

Charlottesville, Va.

criminal trials, 39

merchants, 254

sales of TJ's nails at, 254

reputation, 330

warned of Tarleton's raid, 452n

postal service at, 498, 503-4

Chase, Samuel

and trial of Cooper, 32-3, 34n

impeachment of, 218n

conflict with Callender, 236

hosts caucus, 404n

Chaudron, Simon

letters to, 320, 560-1

letters from, 419-20, 497

sells, repairs watches, 320, 419-20, 497, 560-1

eulogizes Washington, 320n

identified, 320n

Cheetham, James

answers Hamilton, 330n

publishes newspapers, 330n, 376n

accusations against Munford, 528-9n

Chemical Syllabus (Dr. John Vaughan), 269n

chemistry

in college curricula, xxxvii, 19n, 269n, 510n

books on, 178, 269n

Cherbury, Edward Herbert, Baron of

Life and Reign of King Henry the Eighth, 176

Cherokee Indians

language, 44, 51n, 243

Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company, 371, 372n, 570

Chesapeake Bay, 372n

Cheselden, William

Anatomy, 178

Chesterfield Co., Va.

militia, 145n

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

Chevalier, Marie Françoise (Mother Marie Agnès de Saint Hugues), 392-5

Chickasaw Indians

language, 44, 50, 51n, 134, 243

children

illnesses of, 39, 161, 162n, 391, 462, 526-7

slave, work in nailery, 87, 418, 499-500, 517

deaths of, in infancy, 116, 162n

widowers board children with others, 213, 341, 412

nursing, weaning of, 269n, 440, 475, 526

made healthy by open air, 390

slave, fell trees, clear land, 390-1, 417-18, 488-9, 499-500, 517

books, reading, 475

TJ longs to be with grandchildren, 475

orphanhood symbolic of loss, 521

See also Randolph, Anne Cary (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Cornelia Jefferson (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Ellen Wayles, II (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Thomas Jefferson (TJ's grandson)

Childs, Francis, 334

China, 35, 37n, 121

Chinese language, 35-7

chinquapin (chincapin), 295-6, 297n

Chipman, Nathaniel

Sketches of the Principles of Government, 179

Choctaw Indians

language, 50, 51n, 243

Christ Church (Philadelphia), 46n

Christian VII, King of Denmark, 156, 222-4

Christianity

TJ's views on, xxxvii, 111-12, 167-8, 410-11

Federalists and, 33, 213n

associated with republicanism, 111-12, 207

and establishment of religion, 167

TJ aligns himself with "rational" Christians, 167

books on, 179

British society for promotion of, 190-1

fast days, 202n

and cities, 204-5, 207n

corruption of European churches, 205, 207

relationship to worldly governments, 205

Christmas, 341, 368, 417

dominant religion of U.S., other countries, 386

Sandemanians' views of Christ, 387n

Galatians' fall from, 521, 523n

Italian-Swiss Protestants, 585n

See also religion

Christie, Gabriel, 419n

Chronicle. See Independent Chronicle (Boston)

Churchill, Charles, 509

Cicero, Marcus Tullius

biography of, 177

works of, 179, 180

Cincinnati, 246n, 523-4n

Cincinnati, Society of, 197

Cisalpine Republic, 397n

cities

and health, 18, 68, 167, 204-5

"elegant" v. "useful" arts in, 167

product of man, not God, 204-5, 207n

as abscesses full of impurity, 205

sewers, 230-1, 232n

citizenship

Va. statute on, 123, 125n

naturalization, 313, 315

requirements for president, 378

states, not U.S., should control, 381-2

City Gazette and Daily Advertiser (Charleston, S.C.), 217n, 266n

City of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania North America (William Russell Birch), 115n

City Point, Va.

postal service, 364, 391, 488, 537

Clarendon, Edward Hyde, first Earl of

History, 176, 177

Clark, Bowling, 546, 549, 573

Clark, Christopher, 107

Clark, Daniel, 119, 472n

Clark, William

uses Arrowsmith's map, 69n

Clarke, William (d. 1802)

appointed to position in Indiana Terr., 563n

certificate of cited, 563n

Claverack, N.Y., 231, 233n

Clay, Capt. (master of Dublin Packet), 185

Clayton, John

Flora Virginica, 178

clergy

freedom to hold political office, 102-3

equated with lawyers, doctors, 103

disestablishment of support for, 122

Clérisseau, Charles Louis, 335

Clingman, Jacob, 577n

Clinton, DeWitt

Vindication of Thomas Jefferson, 135-6n

character, family connections, 348, 349n

Clinton, George

as nominal presidential candidate, 265

governor of N.Y., 304n

Clinton, Maria Franklin, 348, 349n

clover

in TJ's crop rotation plan, 110, 165

T. M. Randolph intends to plant, 440-1, 517

TJ orders seed, 517

Coalter, John, 169n

Cobbett, William

publishes Porcupine, 405

attacks Priestley, 467, 469n

reviled, 522, 523n

Cointeraux, François

École d'Architecture Rurale, 72, 89n

Coke, Sir Edward, 566, 567n

Colbert, Brown (1785-1833, TJ's slave), 418

Colbert, Burwell (TJ's slave)

head worker at nailery, 390, 418

not to be whipped, 528

Coleman, Mary Littlepage, 40n

Coleman, Robert, 308, 309n, 348

Coleman, Robert S., 40n

Coleman, William, 238-9, 526n

Colhoun, John Ewing

elected to U.S. Senate, 279-80, 281n, 572

Colle (Mazzei's Va. estate), 149, 275, 278, 470

Collectien des moralistes anciens (Pierre Charles Lévesque), 179

Columbia, Bank of (Georgetown), 120, 139-40, 565

Columbia, S.C.

as capital, political center, 214, 216, 256-7, 265-6, 266-8, 279-80, 332, 412-13, 505

news from, 290, 300

Columbia College, 19n, 288-90

Commentaries (Julius Caesar), 177

Commercial Advertiser (New York), 42n

common law

as political issue, 32-3, 280, 597

undermines power of states, 96

Compact Maritime (Thomas Paine)

pamphlet, 188, 189, 191n, 192n, 204n, 223n

European editions, 203-4n

TJ sends to friends, 578-9

Comparative View of the State and Faculties of Man with those of the Animal World (John Gregory), 179

Complete History of Connecticut, Civil and Ecclesiastical (Benjamin Trumbull), 178

Concord, Mass., 196

Condorcet, Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas de Caritat, Marquis de

Esquisse d'un tableau, 179

and Euler's Lettres, 179, 180

Vie de Turgot, 180

role in French Revolution, 554, 555

Congregational Church, 167

Connaissance des temps

ordered by TJ, 71-2, 89, 147, 157

Connecticut

and election of 1800, vii, 6, 34, 95-7, 137, 146, 228-9, 310, 347, 367n

Republicans in, vii, 5-7, 32-4, 58-9, 95-9, 116, 146, 310, 347

Hartford Co., 5, 7n

and Western Reserve, 6-7

attorneys, 7n, 387n

New Haven Co., 7n

newspapers, 32-4, 116

Republican printers intimidated, 33

medical society, 34n

accusations against TJ, 58-9, 98-9

churches, clergy, 58-9

Federalists in, 58-9, 146n, 229, 263

and abuse of franking privilege, 128

legislature, 146n, 387n

history of, 178

addresses on XYZ affair, 198

maritime enterprise, 203-4n

courts controlled by Federalists, 229

Bishop's Connecticut Republicanism, 263

Sandemanians, 387n

Connecticut Republicanism. An Oration, on the Extent and Power of Political Delusion (Abraham Bishop), 263

Conrad & McMunn (Washington)

TJ prepares to take up residence at, 171, 255-6

Republicans reside at, 255, 392n

financial terms, 260, 347

TJ comments on lodgings, 347

payments to, 406n, 464n

Munford at, 529n

Constable, William, 352n

Constantinople, 586

Constitutional Convention, 136n, 212

Constitutional Society, 330n

Constitution de l'Angleterre (Jean Louis Delolme), 179

Constitution of the United States

and tied electoral vote, viii, 318, 330, 346, 375, 382n, 432-3, 435, 436-7, 470, 475, 484-5

concerns about "constructive powers" of all branches, 10, 122

principles of, affirmed, 16, 95-7, 381n

freedom of the press, 60, 96, 167

power, importance of states, 95-6

forbids titles of nobility, 110

criticized, 129

Republicans, Federalists associate themselves with, 134-5, 541

TJ accused of threatening, 135

First Amendment and establishment of religion, 167

sources on ratification debates, 179-80

TJ's views on religion and, 254-5

perverted from republicanism toward monarchy, 302-3, 581

and Federalist plans to control election outcome, 322

citizenship requirements for president, 378

procedure for counting electoral votes, 378

and impeachment, 381

need for declaration of rights, 381

and power to declare war, 381

and selection of presidential electors, 381, 382n

TJ's desired changes to, 381-2

calls for amendment of, 382n, 433, 486, 589, 594

and proposed exclusion of resident ministers of foreign nations, 383n

election impasse could foster restructuring of government, 572, 589, 594

Congress lacks power to create a national board of agriculture, 596

and elements of common law, 597

Convention of 1800

signed, xxxviii, 158, 159n, 181, 183, 204, 339, 431n

submitted to Senate, 66, 256-7, 280, 318-19, 322, 323n, 324, 336, 347, 437-8

terms of, 159-60n, 184n, 194, 195, 358, 413, 437-8, 539-40

U.S. receives news of, 244n, 246-7, 251, 280

arrives in U.S., 306, 310

dissatisfaction with, 322, 324, 330, 331, 336, 347, 358, 410, 413, 418, 437-8

duration, 322, 330, 336, 504, 540, 601

and relations with Britain, 322, 410, 437-8

Senate resolution of secrecy, 322, 323n, 324, 330, 601

ratified with qualifications, 357n, 438, 540, 602

support for, 372, 413, 429, 515, 533-4, 566

and U.S.-Spanish relations, 396

possible pretext to extend Senate session, 404n

mercantile communities support, 410, 418

debated, amended by Senate, 504, 539-40, 599-603

conflicting reports about ratification, 534

and British, French prize captures, 539-40

G. Morris's interpretation of terms of, 539-40

TJ makes notes on, 539-40

Cook, Capt. James, 37

Cooper, Thomas

convicted of libel, 32-3, 34n, 210n

released from prison, 210

Copenhagen, 156, 192n, 222-3, 455

Copland, Charles

letter to, 421

letter from, 473

and Ariana Randolph annuity, 118-19, 421, 473

letters to, from cited, 119n, 421n

counsel for Gabriel, 421n

identified, 421n

Copland, Hennengham C. Bernard, 421n

Copland, Rebecca Nicholson, 421n

copyright, 337

Corbin, Richard, 525

corn

TJ buys, 15n

slave women as field workers for, 87

for livestock, 108, 164, 166

in TJ's crop rotation plan, 108, 110, 165

in Ky., 150

Cornells, Alexander (Oche Haujo), 50, 51n

Corwin, Edwin S., 382n

Cosway, Maria Hadfield (Mrs. Richard Cosway), 489n

Courier de l'Europe (newspaper), 456

Cours de mathématiques, à l'usage des gardes du pavillon et de la marine (Etienne Bézout), 180

Cours de physique expérimentale et mathématique (Petrus van Musschenbroek), 180

Course of Lectures on Elocution (Thomas Sheridan), 180

Cowper, William, 204-5, 207n

Coxe, John Redman

letter to, 509-10

secretary of APS, 509-10

identified, 509-10n

letter from noted, 510n

Coxe, Tench

letters to, 375-6, 571-2

letters from, 421-7, 510-11

Callender defends, 233, 234n

political news, commentary, 375-6, 421-7, 510-11, 571-2

letter from cited, 376n

takes precautions with sensitive correspondence, 421, 426, 510

opposes slavery, 423

Adams's letter to, 436, 439n

relationship to J. R. Coxe, 510n

Franklin his political mentor, 511

articles on "Neutral Spoliations," 571-2

Craik, William, 364, 366

Cranch, William, 377, 377n

Craven, John H.

leases land, 108-10, 116, 163-6, 390-1, 417-18, 475, 488-9, 499-500, 516-17

identified, 109n

and potential sale of Monroe's land, 144, 160, 213, 226, 242, 248, 310, 330

relationship to Darrell, 160

letters from cited, 166n, 500n

letters to cited, 227n, 249n, 500n

moves household, 390

wife of, 390

Creek Indians

language, 50, 51n, 243

B. Hawkins's agency, 50-2, 243

and W. A. Bowles, 52n

Upper Muskogees, 243n

Cresap, Michael, 8

Crockett, Elizabeth Moore Woodson, 592n

Crockett, Joseph

letter from, 592

becomes U.S. marshal, 592

identified, 592n

recommended, 595

Cromwell, Oliver, 205, 206, 485

Cronstedt, Axel Fredrik, Baron

Essay towards a System of Mineralogy, 178

Cullen, William

works of, 178

Culpeper Co., Va., 104, 272n, 564

Cumberland River, 530, 532

Cummings, John, 45

Curles (Randolph estate), 152

Currie, Dr. William, 269n

Currie, James

letter to, 300-1

letter from, 412

asks TJ's help in recovering debt, xxxvi

assists with arbitration, 300-1, 412

letters to, from cited, 300-1n

Cutting, Nathaniel

letter from, 194-5

consul at Le Havre, 184n

on U.S. and European situation, 194-5

Cuvier, Georges, 232n

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