Volume 32 Index

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D

Dabney, John, 117n

Dachosta. See Mendes da Costa, Emanuel

Dallarde. See Allarde, Pierre Gilbert Leroy, baron d'

Dallas, Alexander J.

and Pa. politics, 209-10, 221, 574

and Callender, 254

TJ sends respects to, 301

injured in wagon accident, 573-4

Dalrymple, Sir John

Memoirs, 176

d'Ambrugeac. See Ambrugeac, Alexandre Charles Louis d'

Danbury, Conn.

newspapers, 32-4, 386-7, 446

postmaster, 386, 387n

Sandemanians, 387n

dancing

taught in Philadelphia, 447

Danville, Ky., 563n

Darien. See Panama

Darke, Col. William, 206

Darmsdatt, Joseph, 471, 473n

Darrell, Mrs. Philip, 226-7

Darrell, Philip

witnesses agreement, 108

potential buyer of Monroe's land, 144, 160, 161, 213-14, 226-7, 242, 310, 330, 373

relationship to Craven, 160

Dartmouth College, 199, 582n

Darwin, Erasmus

Phytologia, 112

Daubenton, Louis Jean Marie

Instruction pour les Bergers, 157, 159n

on relationship of elephants and mammoths, 407, 409n

Daveiss, Joseph Hamilton

certificate of cited, 562n

U.S. attorney, 563n

Davenport, Mr., 237n, 298

Davenport, William, 128n

David, Jacques Louis, xxxviii

Davie, William R.

as envoy to France, xxxviii, 437, 439n

toasted, 61n

forwards letters, 71, 147

expected to leave France, 72, 89, 157, 181, 183, 185, 187, 189, 191, 202, 222, 291

contact with Short, 80, 149, 157, 159n

property in N.C., 80, 90n

sees Kosciuszko in Paris, 102n, 445

brings convention to U.S., 159n, 306, 325, 326, 327n

at Môrtefontaine ceremony, 159n, 204

criticized, 186, 188-9

passes through Richmond, 310, 329

in Washington, 318, 322, 323n

reports on Munford, 350

See also Convention of 1800

Davila, Enrico Caterino

Istoria della Guerre di Francia, 177

Davis, Augustine

Federalist publisher, postmaster, 255

Davis, Isaac, 134

Davis, Matthew L.

letter to, 333-4

letter from, 219-20

publication of Notes on Virginia, 219-20, 333-4

identified, 219n

Davis, William A.

letter to, 333-4

letter from, 219-20

publication of Notes on Virginia, 219-20, 333-4

Davy. See Hern, David

Davy (b. 1785, TJ's slave), 418

Dawson, John

reports political intelligence, 100, 170, 216

letters to, from cited, 217n

and postal service for Va., 504n

Deane, Silas

commissioner in Paris, 455

Debates, Resolutions and Other Proceedings, of the Convention of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 180

Debates and other Proceedings of the Convention of Virginia, 180

Debates and Proceedings of the Convention of the State of New-York, Assembled at Poughkeepsie, on the 17th June, 1788, 180

Debates of the Convention of the State of Pennsylvania, on the Constitution, 180

Declaration of Independence, 43n, 46n, 61n, 122

Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (Edward Gibbon), 177

Dedham, Mass., 199, 200

"Defence of Thomas Jefferson" (James Thomson Callender), 254-5

Delabar, John, 577n

Delamotte, F. C. A.

letters from, 181-4, 325-7

wants consular position, 181-4, 325-7

family of, 182, 184

resigns as vice consul, 182, 184

letter to cited, 184n

Delany, Sharp, 575, 577n

Delarue, Eugénie Beaumarchais, 252

Delarue, Louis André Toussaint, 252

De la Vie privée des Romains (Jean Rodolphe D'Arnay), 177

Delaware

and election of 1800, vii, xxxviii, 214, 217-19, 234n, 367n, 369-70, 418, 419n, 432, 442

Baptists in, 54n

addresses on XYZ affair, 197

militia, 197, 199

New Castle Co., 197, 199, 218

and C. C. Pinckney candidacy, 217-18, 263

Kent Co., 217-18

legislature, 217-18, 250, 370, 371-2, 570-1

Federalist successes in, 217-19, 242, 250, 370-1

Sussex Co., 218

medical society, physicians, 269n

Philosophical Society, 269n, 497n

and American Revolution, 370

prisons, 370, 371n

attorneys, 370-1

partisan politics, 370-1, 442

incorporates canal company, 371, 372n, 570

potential removal of federal officeholders, 433-4

close ties of church, state in, 442

gubernatorial election, 442-3

merchants, 496-7

abolition movement, 497n

National Bank of, 497n

U.S. senators, 570, 571n

Republican gains expected, 570-1

Wilmington a Republican stronghold, 571, 597

newspapers, 597

Delaware River, 372n

De Leport & Cie. (Paris), 89, 147

Delolme, Jean Louis

Constitution de l'Angleterre, 179

Denmark

relations with France, 90n

and serfdom in Holstein, 155-6, 159n

relations with U.S., 156, 293-4

Mallet's Northern Antiquities, 177

convention with Britain, 188, 192n, 222-4, 295, 478

joins league of armed neutrality, 188, 192n, 296-7n

and American Revolution, 455-6

Britain imposes embargo, prepares for military action, 587, 588n

W. Indies possessions, 588n

Denniston, David, 376

Dent, George, 419n

De officiis (Marcus Tullius Cicero), 179

Description of a Chart of Biography (Joseph Priestley), 177

Description of a New Chart of History (Joseph Priestley), 177

Desultory Reflections on the New Political Aspects of Public Affairs (attributed to John Ward Fenno), 490, 494n

Dewey, Elijah, 357, 358n

DeWitt, Benjamin, 11n

Dexter, Samuel, 259n, 567n

Diana (goddess), 520-1

Dick. See Gillette, Richard

Dickerson (Dickeson), Mr., 413

Dickinson, John, 337

Dickinson, Jonathan, 135n

Dickinson College, 197, 199

Dickson, Adam

Husbandry of the Ancients, 178

Dictionnaire historique et bibliographique portatif (Jean Baptiste Ladvocat), 177

Dictionnaire Universel d'Agriculture (François Rozier), 153, 159n

Diderot, Denis

Encyclopédie, 180

Digest of the Laws of Maryland, Being an Abridgment (Thomas Herty), 365-6

Digest of the Laws of the United States of America (Thomas Herty), 364-6

Digges, Maria

letter to cited, 239

letters from cited, 239n

Dijon, France, xxxvii, 340, 341n

Dinsmore, James

witnesses indenture, 166

and management of nailery, 391, 517, 559

housejoiner at Monticello, 499

letters to, from cited, 517-18n, 559n

Diodati, Marie Élisabeth Tronchin, 584, 585

Diodati-Tronchin, Jean, Count de

letter from, 583-5

in Brunswick, 583-5

Direct Tax (1798)

payment of, 58, 127, 128n

as political issue, 129

apportionment, 382n

commissioners, 589n

Discourses Concerning Government (Algernon Sidney), 179

Dismal Swamp

Green Sea land investments, 84-5

Dispensatory of the Royal College of Physicians, London, 178

"Dissertation on the Law of Nations" (Thomas Paine), 195, 204

distilleries, 150

District of Columbia

banks, 120, 139-40, 404n

bill for territorial government, 263, 322, 324n, 336, 347, 358-9, 385, 508, 600-1, 603

commissioners, 272, 377, 459, 599

surveyed, 346

needs democratic government, 358, 423-4

judges appointed, 377n

Adams calls for action on government of, 601

See also Georgetown, Md.; Washington, D.C.

Divers, George, 116

divorce, 270n

Dixon, Jeremiah, 479, 480n

Doll (b. 1757, TJ's slave), 164

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

Domestic Medicine (William Buchan), 178

"Don Quixote" (pseudonym), 97

Douglas, George

letter to, 334-5

letter from, 220-1

publishing ventures, 220-1, 334-5

identified, 221n

letter from cited, 221n

prints TJ's description of Va. Capitol, 335n

Douglass, William

Summary, 178

Dover, Del., 371n

Dover tract (Va.), 83-4, 151-3, 159n

D'Oyley, Daniel, 348, 349n

Drayton, John, 279, 281n

Droit des Gens (Emmerich de Vattel), 179

Dryden, John, 319n

Duane, William

and dissemination of Aurora, 104

receives Linn's pamphlet, 135n

and Callender, 138n, 174, 212, 213n

TJ supplies information to, 202n

Senate prosecution of, 217n

condemned on religious terms, 236-7n

on divisions within Federalists, 239

reprints Hamilton's Letter, 239n

charged with seditious libel, 439n

and Sayre, 457n

supporter of TJ, 519n, 574n

See also Aurora (Philadelphia)

Dublin, Ireland, 374n

Dublin Packet (ship), 185

Dufief, Nicolas Gouin

letter to, 415

letter from, 343-5

bookseller, 343-5, 405n, 415

method for learning languages, 344-5, 415

identified, 345n

Nature Displayed, 345n

uses endorsement from TJ, 415n

Dufour, John James

letter from, 529-33

seeks new location for vineyard, 529-33

identified, 533n

Dugnani, Antonio, 88, 90n

Duke, Mrs., 414

Duke, Henry

TJ's payments to, 14-15, 139, 472

and renovation of Monticello, 15n

letters to, from cited, 139n

TJ hires slaves of, 413-14

Dumas, Mathieu, 252

Dumouriez, Charles François Du Périer

translates Meyer, 345n

Mémoires, 415

Dunbar, William

letter to, 448-9

letters from, 35-7, 54-5

reports on sign language, 35-7

scientific pursuits, 54-5, 262, 311, 321, 346, 448-9, 480

surveys U.S.-West Florida boundary, 55n, 448, 480

member of APS, 312, 480

source of information about west, 321

Duncan, Thomas, 483

Duncanson, William Mayne, 357, 358n

Dunmore, John Murray, fourth Earl of, 21n, 64n

Dunn, Mr., 501

Dunwoody's tavern, 309n

du Pont, Victor Marie

sends regards to TJ, 20, 42, 113, 114, 247, 313, 315

avoids yellow fever, 56

TJ sends regards to, 66, 92

part of family enterprise, 67

travels to Europe on business, 312-13, 314, 315n

American ties, 313, 315

rejected by Adams as consul general of France, 383n

Dupont de l'Étang, Pierre, 430, 431n

du Pont de Nemours, Éleuthère Irénée

sends regards to TJ, 20, 42, 113, 114, 247, 313, 315

avoids yellow fever, 56

TJ sends regards to, 66, 92

studies gunpowder manufacture in Europe, 312-13, 314, 315n

Du Pont de Nemours, Françoise Robin Poivre

sends regards to TJ, 20, 42, 113, 114, 313, 315

TJ sends regards to, 66, 92

Du Pont de Nemours, Pierre Samuel

letters to, 65-6, 67-8, 92, 299

letters from, 19-20, 41-3, 56-7, 66-7, 113-14, 246-7, 312-15

and APS, xxxix, 299

association with National Institute of France, xxxix

essay on plants, polyps, and insects, xxxix, 299

portrait by Hallé, xxxix, 328 (illus.)

treatise on national education, xxxix, 19-20, 41, 42, 56, 65, 66-7, 92, 113-14, 246-7, 299, 313, 314

reports news, 41-3

aids Bureaux de Pusy, 56-7, 66-8

family, 56-7

plans to settle in Va., 65-6, 313, 314

hopes to translate treatise, improve his English, 246-7, 299, 313, 314, 315

invokes blessings of God, 312, 314

business affairs, 312-15

congratulates TJ on election, 312-15

carries letters, news of friends, 384

Durand, Claudine. See Cenas, Claudine

Duvall, Gabriel, 253

Dyer, Samuel

receives payment, 401, 402n, 472

letter from cited, 402n

letter to cited, 402n

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