Volume 32 Index

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E

East India Company, 270n

Easton, Pa., 196, 199

eclipses, 334

Eclogues (Virgil), 487, 488n, 571

École d'Architecture Rurale (François Cointeraux), 72, 89n

Edgehill (Randolph estate)

J. W. Eppes at, 347

Randolphs at, 390, 580

near Milton, 580n

Edinburgh, 210n, 350, 411n, 510n

Edmonds, Elizabeth Short, 72, 80-1

education

Du Pont's treatise on, xxxix, 19-20, 41, 42, 56, 65, 66-7, 113-14, 246-7, 299, 313, 314

TJ proposes new university, xxxix, 30, 95, 114n

proposed military academy, 5n

college, university curricula, 19n, 142-3, 264-5n

APS studies, 31n

to teach slaves self-reliance, 84

lack of appreciation for, 95

instilling of political principles, 103, 142, 173, 319, 339, 398-9, 447

TJ's education bill, 124, 125n

proposed national university, 141, 143-4n

Barlow proposes national institute, 141-4

and European learning, 142-4

practical v. fine arts, 143

uniform system advocated, 173, 339

financial support, government aid for academies, 359-60, 398-9

schools for young ladies, 392-5

TJ recommends Tacitus for schoolchildren, 447

instruction in penmanship, 462

of TJ's grandchildren, 527, 556

Edwards, Pierpont

letter from, 310

career, 6, 7n

changing political affinities of, 6

key Republican in Conn., 229

introduces Munson, 310, 347

Edward VI, King of England

journal of, 176

Edwin, David, 374n

E. F. See History of the Life, Reign, and Death of Edward II, King of England (attributed to Sir Henry Cary, Viscount Falkland)

Egypt

published accounts of, 112, 168

French occupation, 188, 192n, 429

and British strategy, 192n

British expeditionary force, 586-7, 588n

Aboukir Bay, 588n

Elbe River, 586

Eldridge. See Hern, Indridge

election of 1796, 124, 309n, 435n

election of 1800

in Md., vii, 45, 46n, 185, 214, 216, 218, 225-6, 227, 234, 236, 242-3, 253, 289, 332

in New England, vii, 5-7, 34, 116, 137, 146, 170, 216, 217n, 228-30, 234, 236, 250, 263, 291, 333

rumors of TJ's death, vii, 41-5, 48, 57-8, 65, 66-7, 111, 273, 276-7

in south, vii, 91, 116, 129, 146, 170, 214-17, 234n, 250, 253

to go to House of Representatives, vii-viii, xxxviii, 244n, 300, 322, 324, 329, 336, 343, 346, 358, 368-9, 385, 410, 432-3, 436-7, 441, 470, 500, 517, 603

in middle states, vii-viii, xxxviii, 45, 134-6, 146, 185, 209-10, 214, 215, 217-19, 221-2, 224-5, 234, 242, 253, 259, 289

Republican prospects, vii-viii, 91

uncertain consequences of electoral tie, viii, 300, 306-7, 318, 321, 322, 324, 330, 331, 336, 347, 358, 369, 372, 375, 385, 399, 400-1n, 410, 413, 416n, 441, 445, 470, 475, 500, 504, 518, 558-9, 572, 581

religious issues, xxxvii, 32, 45, 53, 60, 116, 134-6, 140, 167-8, 229, 230n, 236-7, 254-5, 410-11, 446

Bayard's role, xxxviii, 369, 399, 419n, 432, 442, 583

in Va., 16, 243, 244, 253

TJ maligned, 53, 58-9, 98-9, 134-6, 168, 308, 446, 467

C. C. Pinckney candidacy, 91, 97, 116, 229, 263, 267, 271, 272n

European perspectives, 101, 172-3, 181-4, 203, 210-11, 325, 326, 338-9, 429, 583, 584

public mind slow to manifest itself, 111

accusations of antifederalism, 116

biographical sketch of TJ published, 124, 125n

prospect of violence, subversion of presidential succession, 126, 243, 321, 403-4, 425-6, 485, 551-2

Ross bill, 214, 217n, 377-9

accusations of irregularities at polls, 215-16, 229, 257-8, 267-8, 279

marks new century, new epoch, 225, 406

use of forged documents, 229, 230n

Callender forecasts results, 234n

Hamilton's role in, 239, 254, 255, 256n, 263, 304n, 419n, 476, 500

Madison, TJ unconcerned about prospect of tied vote, 244n

electors cast votes, 253, 266n, 269

Fitzhugh statement about TJ, 253

participation by Pa. in doubt, 256-7, 263, 267-8, 271, 332

importance of Pa., S.C., 256-8, 263, 267-8, 271, 279-80, 289, 318, 322, 332, 336n

results of electoral voting, 263, 265-6, 268, 271, 272, 289, 300, 306, 307, 309, 322, 324, 358n

"theme of all conversation," 263, 271, 289

attempts made to avoid electoral tie, 265-6, 279-81, 291, 300, 306-7, 322, 324, 329

tied S.C. electoral vote, 265-6, 268, 290

receipt of electoral votes, 272, 279, 310, 347, 367

potential joining of C. C. Pinckney with TJ on S.C. ticket, 280, 281n, 505-6

Pa. impasse resolved, 289, 299, 306, 307-10, 318

TJ's election reflects will of the majority, 289, 346, 369, 372, 373, 391, 416n, 433, 435, 436-7, 442, 500, 515, 520, 542, 552, 557, 559, 566, 568-9, 571, 574, 595

as opportunity for restoration, renewal, 302-3

official opening, counting of votes, 306, 378, 567-8, 578, 599, 603

plans for an acting president, 307, 322, 358, 375, 385, 403-4, 432-3, 435, 436-7, 441, 481-2, 483-8, 487, 488n, 538, 566, 594

federal officeholders influence state electors, 307-10, 538-9

official results remain uncertain, 322, 331, 336, 347, 357

significance, 336n

some Federalists concede prospect of TJ's election, 338-9, 341n

and 1792 act of Congress, 367, 484-6, 488n

procedure for receipt of states' votes, 367n

key states, individuals in House voting, 369-70, 418, 419n, 442, 487, 517, 538, 557, 572, 589

trust in stability, satisfactory outcome, 373, 433, 482, 486, 489, 559, 574, 595

possible TJ-Burr arrangement to avoid crisis, 375-6, 437, 484-6

Congress drags feet while election is unresolved, 376

procedure for counting electoral votes, 378

TJ as vice president might assume executive power, 385

rumors of Federalist overtures to Burr, 391, 399-400, 466, 483, 487, 517, 519, 533, 565-6, 583

Va. assembly, militia may act, 403-4, 425, 481-2

as rotation of party in power, 422

prosecution of Federalists urged, 425-6

officeholders want to prevent TJ-Burr election, 434

Adams's role in resolution of tie, 436-7

prospect that House might not pick TJ or Burr, 470, 572

TJ's prospects if Burr becomes president, 486

Adams wants House to follow will of the people, 500

commercial, banking interests do not favor interim presidency, 500

TJ said to be afraid of House preference for Burr, 519n

"Epaminondas" essays, 529n

Munford lobbies for House votes for Burr, 529n

Republican-Federalist coalition may agree on Burr, 533

TJ expected to win House vote, 534

dissidents threaten disunion, 542

decision by House anticipated, 557, 558-9, 559, 571, 581, 593, 594, 595

House casts ballots, 572, 578-81, 589, 590, 593, 594, 595

patronage inducements to members of House, 583, 590

possibility that government might "expire" on 3 Mch., 589

TJ's adherents threaten force to prevent usurpation of government, 594

See also Constitution of the United States

Élémens de l'histoire ancienne (Claude François Xavier Millot), 177

Élémens de l'histoire de France (Claude François Xavier Millot), 177

Élémens de l'histoire moderne (Claude François Xavier Millot), 177

Élémens d'histoire naturelle et de chimie (Antoine François de Fourcroy), 178

Elements of Conchology (Emanuel Mendes da Costa), 178

Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind (Dugald Stewart), 179

elephants

and mastodons, mammoths, 407, 409n, 545

Ellicott, Andrew

letters to, 321, 589-90

letters from, 224-5, 335-6, 346, 479-81, 547-9

source of information about west, 52n

boundary survey, 224, 321, 336, 479-81, 548, 549n

feels abused, ignored by Adams administration, 224-5, 321, 479, 481n, 548

astronomical research, 321, 336, 548, 549n

congratulates TJ, 335

on republicanism and majority rule, 346

officer of APS, 480-1n, 589-90

drafts letter, not sent, 481n

letters from quoted, 481n, 590n

as standard of competence, 502n

pamphlet for surveyors, 547-8, 549n, 589

brothers' land development activities, 547-9

Ellicott, Benjamin, 547, 549n

Ellicott, Joseph, 547, 549n

Elliot, John, 367n

Ellsworth, Oliver

as envoy to France, xxxviii, 71, 147, 437, 439n

toasted, 61n

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

at Môrtefontaine ceremony, 159n, 204

resigns as chief justice, 168n, 322, 323-4n

conversation with Paine, 186

criticized, 186, 188-9

to remain in England, Europe, 306, 322, 323-4n

See also Convention of 1800

embargo

U.S., suggested against Britain, 339

See also Russia

Encyclopédie, ou Dictionnaire Raisonné des Sciences, des Arts et des Métiers (Denis Diderot and Jean Le Rond d'Alembert), 180

Endeavor (brig), 371n

Enfield, William

Sermons, 179

English language

Du Pont's opinion of, 313, 314

Dufief teaches himself, 345n

and notation of Indian languages, 449

taught in New York, 475n

entail, 123, 125n, 506

Entire New Plan for a National Currency (Thomas Mendenhall), 497n

"Epaminondas" (pseudonym), 529n

Ephesus, 129, 130n

Episcopal Church, 54n, 167

Epistulae (Horace), 167, 168n, 483, 487n

Eppes, Elizabeth Wayles (Mrs. Francis Eppes, TJ's sister-in-law), 99n

Eppes, Francis (TJ's brother-in-law)

and D. Hylton's debts, 70

injured by horse, 70

and Wayles estate, 99n

Eppes, John Wayles (TJ's son-in-law)

letters to, 347, 488-9

letters from, 43, 70

TJ sends news, papers to, viii, 347, 579n, 593

and TJ's business affairs, 14, 15, 43, 47, 347, 400, 414, 418, 488-9, 499

invited to, visits Monticello, 17, 39, 43, 70, 391-2

phaeton of, 17

TJ's affection for, 39, 392

affection for TJ, 43

at Mont Blanco, 43, 70

at Eppington, 70

Bermuda Hundred property, 84, 152, 364, 489n

furniture for, 128, 130

at Edgehill, 347

correspondence with TJ, 391, 537, 538

letter from cited, 489n

gives wife tobacco proceeds, 538

Eppes, Mary Jefferson (Maria, Polly, Mrs. John Wayles Eppes, TJ's daughter)

letters to, 39, 391-2, 593

letters from, 364, 537-8

piano for, xxxv, 39, 538

invited to, visits Monticello, 17, 39, 43, 70, 391-2, 593

TJ's affection for, 39, 347, 489, 557

affection for TJ, 43, 364, 537-8

health of, 43, 70

at Mont Blanco, 43

moves to Bermuda Hundred, 364

TJ hopes presidency does not increase separation from, 391-2

TJ sends news of politics, government to, 391-2, 593

acquaintances, 430, 525, 589n

correspondence with TJ, 488, 593

values TJ's letters, 537

relationship with sister, 537-8

harpsichord for, 538

husband gives her tobacco proceeds, 538

TJ asks for affection of, 593

Eppington, Va.

TJ visits, 15n

as Eppes family seat, 70, 364

Erving, George W.

political courier, 228, 230, 238n, 242, 244, 248, 250, 252, 404

visits Monticello, 244

warns of possible electoral tie, 244n

Esprit des Lois (Baron de Montesquieu), 179

Esquisse d'un tableau historique des progrès de l'esprit humain (Marquis de Condorcet), 179

Essay concerning Human Understanding (John Locke), 179

Essay on Crimes and Punishments (Cesare Bonesana Beccaria), 179

Essay on the First Principle of Government (Joseph Priestley), 179

Essays (David Hume), 180

Essays, or Counsels, Civil, & Moral (Francis Bacon), 179

Essays on Poetical and Prosaic Numbers (John Mason), 180

Essays on the Principles of Morality and Natural Religion (Lord Kames), 179

Essay towards a System of Mineralogy (Baron Cronstedt; ed. John Hyacinth de Magellan), 178

Essex Junto, 385-6

Esther (b. 1796, TJ's slave), 163

ethics. See philosophy

Euclid, 180, 479

Euler, Leonhard

Lettres, 179, 180

Euripides, 534n

Eustis, William, 348, 349n, 352

Evans, Thomas, 259n

Evelina (b. 1797, TJ's slave), 164

Examiner (Richmond)

and election of 1800, 127n

and Gabriel's insurrection, 138n, 175-6

Callender contributes to, 213n, 233-4, 236, 255n, 399

Experiments and Observations on Electricity . . . To which Are Added, Letters and Papers on Philosophical Subjects (Benjamin Franklin), 178

 
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