Volume 32 Index

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F

Fairfax Co., Va., 54n

Falconer, William, 265

Family Religion Recommended (William Arthur), 411n

Fanny. See Gillette, Fanny

Farell & Jones

D. Hylton's debt to, 70n

Farmers Journal (Danbury, Conn.), 34n

Farmer's Library (Fair Haven, Vt.), 261n

Father's Legacy to His Daughters; Comparative View of the State and Faculties of Man with those of the Animal World (John Gregory), 179

Fauchet, Jean Antoine Joseph, 426n

Federalist (Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison), 179

Federalists

in New England, vii, 5-7, 58-9, 96, 146n, 271, 333, 348, 358n, 385-6

rumored overtures to Burr, viii, 391, 399-400, 442, 466, 483, 487, 517, 519, 533, 583

in Va., xxxvi, 255

champion common law, 32-3, 96, 597

policies characterized, 32-3

alleged religious hypocrisy of, 33, 213n, 521, 522

and France, 33, 146, 330, 490-5, 588

intimidated by Britain, 33

and Robbins case, 33-4

decline to celebrate 4th of July in Philadelphia, 42-3n, 45, 46n

and rumors of TJ's death, 42-3n, 45, 65, 111

called tories, British party, 49, 134, 214-16, 308-9, 315, 370, 432, 456, 520-2, 524, 551

in Md., 49-50, 100, 128, 140, 185, 208, 225-6

and C. C. Pinckney candidacy, 91n, 272n

losing their dominance, 95, 263

associated with monarchy, 96, 225, 302-3, 365, 522, 534, 581, 588-9, 595

implacably opposed to TJ, 96, 475

manipulate public opinion, 96-7, 492

still powerful in Sixth Congress, 97, 243, 248, 418

influence education of youth, 103, 398-9

respect for TJ, 111

in Pa. in election of 1796, 124

in Washington, Georgetown, 128, 225, 475

in middle states, 134-6, 185, 221-2, 225, 242, 250

pamphlet campaign against TJ, 134-6, 168

called aristocrats, 137, 225, 228, 233, 522, 524, 533, 534

decry Paine, 140, 189

in S.C., 170, 214-17, 265, 267-8, 279-81

banking, mercantile connections, 214-16, 573

accused of irregularities at polls, 215-16, 228-9, 257-8, 267-8

succeed in Del., 217-19

receive support of clergy, attorneys in New England, 228

divisions within, 239, 341n, 466

might interfere with distribution of newspapers, 255

assessment of strength in House, 263

in N.C., 263, 272n

probable electoral votes of, 263, 300

hold caucuses, 271, 272n, 300, 322, 404n, 434

expected to exploit tied electoral vote, 300, 306-7, 318, 321, 322, 324, 330, 331, 336, 347, 358, 385, 399, 483, 518

and Republicans' transition into executive power, 302-3

and N.Y. council of appointment, 303, 304n

hold federal appointments in Pa., 308, 309n

seek judgeships, territorial appointments, 308

of Philadelphia, 308-9, 348

in settlement of Pa. election dispute, 308-10

the real anarchists, 321, 432

newspapers believe TJ will be elected, 338-9, 341n

some electors may break ranks, 341n

and federal expenditures, 385

Essex Junto, 385-6

term "junto" applied to, 385-6, 518, 524

some will not moderate their goals, 418, 500

thought capable of desperate, malicious conduct, 432, 441, 483, 524, 566, 571

extremists alienate moderates, 483

not favored by events in Europe, 500

surprised by Republican gains in N.J., 500

anonymous letter to TJ, 506-9

understanding of TJ's positions on issues, 506-9

some neither aristocrats nor democrats, 507, 508

have endangered the country, 510-11

compared to Lucifer, 523, 551

defined as supporters of Constitution, 541, 582

as political "Jesuits," 551-2

McPherson's Blues, 573, 574n

demise of party predicted, 581-2

Feliechy, Philip, 273, 276, 279n

Female Monitor, Consisting of a Series of Letters to Married Women on Nursing and the Management of Children (Hugh Smith; ed. Dr. John Vaughan), 269n

Fénelon, François de Salignac de La Mothe-

Aventures de Télémaque, 502, 503n

Fenner, Arthur

political affiliations of, 6

forecasts election in R.I., 250, 342-3

Fenno, John

prints XYZ addresses, responses, 196-202

Fenno, John Ward

publishes Gazette of the United States, 196-202

Desultory Reflections pamphlet, 494n

Fenwick, Joseph, 244, 250, 252, 261

Ferdinand III, Grand Duke of Tuscany, 553, 555

Ferdinand IV, King of Naples (and King of Sicily), 173, 340

Ferguson, James

works of, 180

Ferrall, Patrick, 367n

Field, Robert, 374n

Field, Thomas, 101n

Fielding, Henry, 319n

Finch, Daniel, second Earl of Nottingham and sixth Earl of Winchilsea, 566

Findley, William, 308-9

fireplaces and chimneys

Rumford designs, 4-5n

heat used to pump water, 9, 120

stoves for Monticello, 172, 405n, 472

cause fires in government buildings, 436n

stoves for Senate chamber, 601

fires

measures to prevent, combat, 9

insurance against, 104-7

in Va. cities, 174

in U.S. government offices, 435-6, 548

"Fire-Side: A Pastoral Soliloquy" (Isaac Hawkins Browne), 207n

First Lines of the Practice of Physic (William Cullen), 178

First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England. Or, A Commentary upon Littleton (Sir Edward Coke), 566, 567n

fish

boxed, from Boston, 61, 471

barreled herring, 471, 473n

Fitch, Jabez G., 582

Fitzhugh, Peregrine, 45, 253n

Fitzpartner (horse), 47n

FitzSimons, Thomas, 308

Flora Virginica exhibens Plantas (John Clayton), 178

Florence, Italy, 62n, 339, 553, 555

Florida

Bowles's activity in, 51, 52n

marking of U.S.-Spanish boundary, 55n, 224, 448, 480, 548, 549n

meteor shower, 481n

Florus, Lucius Annaeus

works of, 177

flour

milling, 109n, 116, 150

from Del., 497n

fodder, 108, 164, 166

Folch y Juan, Vicente

governor of Pensacola, 51

Folsom, John W.

prints XYZ addresses, responses, 196-202

Forhegger, Mr., 479n

Forsyth, Mr. (Philadelphia carpenter), 30-1, 57, 71

Fortunatus, 489

Fossett, Joseph (1780-1858, Joe, TJ's slave)

role in nail production, 341

to help clear land, 417

involved in blasting mill canal, 517, 528, 559

Foster, Dwight, 146n

Fothergill, John, 112n

Fourcroy, Antoine François de

Élémens d'histoire naturelle et de chimie, 178

Fragments sur Paris (Friedrich Johann Lorenz Meyer), 343-5, 415

France

Agriculture

raising, improvement of sheep, 147-8, 158-9n

experiments at Rambouillet, 148, 158-9n

saffron, 152

agricultural economics, 153

authorities on viniculture, 153

Lafayette devotes himself to, 429, 430, 431n

Art

Americans study in France, xxxvii, 316-17

Dijon Musée des Beaux-Arts, xxxvii

émigré artists in U.S., xxxvii-xxxviii

portraiture, xxxviii-xxxix

Ceracchi in Paris, 61-2

Constitution

and citizenship of consular officials, 182, 184

of the Year III, 428

of the Year VIII, 428

Consulate

attempts on Bonaparte's life, 62n, 430, 431n

and Môrtefontaine ceremony, 159n, 204

called a despotism, 195

may bring political order to France, 195, 430

consuls occupy Tuileries palace, 429, 431n

Lafayette distrusts, 431n

Directory

concerned by royalist challenges, 184n

corruption and failure of, 428

asks for Lafayette's release, 431n

and XYZ affair, 467-8, 490-1

Economy

speculation in American lands, 83-4, 151-2, 159n, 325, 326, 353n

leasing of land, 85

currency, 148

weights and measures, 148, 363n, 444-5

in aftermath of revolution, 181, 183

Mediterranean trade, 195

manufacture of gunpowder, 313, 314, 315n

watches, 320

Foreign Relations

with Denmark, 90n

with papacy, 90n

prewar relations with Austria, 90n

with Spain, 90n, 182, 184, 396

and Venice, 340

Saint-Domingue independence movement, 356-7

prospective invasion of Canada, 361n

Cisalpine Republic, 397n

Poles in service of France, 445

designs on Holy Roman Empire, 586

Navy

considers submarine warfare, 144n

prospective naval armistice, 187, 192, 203

Americans serve in, 203

Politics and Government

coup of 18 Brumaire, xxxviii, 428-9, 431n

Paris city tolls, 273, 276, 326, 327, 354

disestablishment of religion, 394n

memoirs, published accounts, 415

elections, 428

Bonaparte targets Jacobins, Chouans, 431n

Science and Learning

National Institute of Arts and Sciences, xxxix, 143, 144n

publications in astronomy, 71-2, 89, 147, 157

historical works, 177

price of books, 180

Cuvier studies, classifies fossils, 232n

new books available in U.S., 343-4

Society

architecture, construction, 72, 335, 430, 431n

calendar, 72

appeals to visitors, 73-4

penal institutions and solitary confinement, 123, 335

colonial North America, 140

émigrés in Saint-Domingue, 157, 320n, 331n

newspapers, pamphlets, 188, 192n, 203n, 223n

news of Gabriel's insurrection, 295

Roman Catholic convents, 394-5n

TJ's reputation in France, 447

U.S. Relations with

news of envoys awaited, 21, 66, 137, 146, 170, 173, 185, 187

Benjamin Franklin sails under flag of truce, 71, 89n, 147

French attitudes toward U.S., 74, 193n, 429, 438

and land speculators, 84, 325, 326

state of information about U.S. election, 101, 181-4, 203, 325, 326

warships engage, 113

interference with U.S. shipping, commerce, 114n, 170, 575

consular relations, 132, 173-4, 182, 184, 204n, 291-2, 296n, 354, 419-20

anti-French policy of U.S., 146, 250, 424-5

Federalists and, 146, 588

indemnification and spoliation issues, 159n, 170, 195

and Jay Treaty, 159n, 170, 173, 186, 235n, 539-40

most favored nation status, 159n, 539-40

status of 1778 treaties, 159n, 170-1, 437, 539, 601

disrupted communications, 181, 183

prospects of new commercial relations, 181, 183, 292, 295, 325, 326, 410

envoys criticized, 186, 188-9, 194

and league of armed neutrality, 186, 189, 193-4, 195, 204

and recall of Monroe, 186

Barlow attempts to influence French policy, 193-4

may provoke Britain, 194-5

Swift as envoys' secretary, 194n

Adams's opinions of France, 196-202

toasts at Môrtefontaine ceremony, 204

French role in American Revolution, 204n, 252, 455

U.S. suspension of trade, 214, 217n, 325, 326, 383n, 540

uncertainty in U.S. about negotiations, 234-5, 244, 248, 252-3, 280, 372

prospects for tobacco trade, 251, 259, 261, 301, 310, 330

Republican goal of achieving a pact, 267

Pichon to represent France, 291-2, 296n

French call U.S. a crypto-monarchy, 302

retirement of U.S. debt to France, 354n

and Saint-Domingue, 356-7

exequatur of V. du Pont refused, 383n

Gérard claim, 384-5

condemnation of prizes, 397n, 539-40

misrepresented, 490-5

TJ considered to be pro-French, 506

See also Convention of 1800; XYZ affair

War with Britain and Second Coalition

Austria capitulates, xxxviii, 21-2, 101-2, 186-8, 191n, 192n, 202-3, 584

Bonaparte's peace overtures, xxxviii

renewed fighting in Italy, 21n, 137, 186-7, 203, 340, 341n, 430, 431n, 552, 554, 586-7

prospects of peace with Britain, 74, 187, 191n, 193, 318, 429, 491

treatment of neutral nations, commerce, 89, 132, 193-4, 572n

in Egypt, 112, 188, 192n, 429, 588n

experiments with submarine warship, 144n

Prussian neutrality, 170

French successes in Germany, 187, 202-3, 586

potential naval armistice, 187, 192n, 203

Paine advises invasion of Britain, 191n

and Malta, 192n, 195, 296n

negotiations at Rastatt, 192n

French armies in Europe, 203

Russia leaves coalition, 296-7n, 340, 585-6, 587

fighting with Austria renewed, ended, 340, 341n, 478

Treaty of Lunéville, 372-3n, 586

left bank of Rhine ceded to France, 373n

no news in U.S., 385

French victories, 429

Lafayette's son serves in, 429, 431n

league of armed neutrality as tacit French ally, 586

armistice with Naples, 587, 588n

Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor

agrees to armistice, 102n, 187, 188, 202-3

and brief renewal of war, 340, 586

and Naples, 587

Frank (1757-1809, TJ's slave), 164

Franklin, Benjamin

republicanism of, 112n

honoring the attainments of, 167

writings, 178, 180

as scientist, 237

library of, 345n

commissioner in Paris, 455

mentor to T. Coxe, 511

Franklin Society (Lexington, Va.), 360n

Fraser, John, 232n

Frederick, Md., 42n, 394n

Frederick Co., Va., 253, 570

Frederick II, King of Prussia (Frederick the Great)

Oeuvres complètes, 177

relations with U.S., 455-6

Fredericksburg, Va.

merchants, 3n

postal service at, 40n, 104, 436, 498, 499, 503-4

newspapers, 104, 498

local guard, 482n

postmaster, 498, 503

Frederick William III, King of Prussia, 293, 586

Freemasons, 198, 200, 320n

Freire, Cipriano Ribeiro, 440

French language

on Ga. frontier, 50

complexities of translating Du Pont's works, 299, 314, 315

TJ translates, 299

taught in U.S., studied by Americans, 316, 344-5, 395n, 475n

and notation of Indian languages, 449

French Revolution

brought instability to France, 181, 183

Burke's critique, 190, 191

Paine's role, 190

discredited republicanism, 207

resistance to, 345n, 357n

refugees, 392, 393, 394n

Lafayette on, 427-9

execution of king, 428

Terror, 428

exemplar of democracy, threat to monarchies, 520-2

and political disruptions in Italy, 553-6

Freneau, Peter

letter from, 265-6

publishes City Gazette, 217n, 266n

reports election results, 265-6, 300

identified, 266n

Freneau, Philip, 219n, 266n

Fresnoy, Nicolas Lenglet du

Tablettes Chronologiques, 177

Frestel, Félix, 430, 431n

Friendly Club (New York), 94n

Friends, Society of

early members, 206

and Pa. election, 222, 242, 253

members, 502n

in N.J., 520-4

frontier

as safeguard against corruption, 126-7

fruit trees

sent by Mazzei, 275, 278

Fulton, Robert, 143, 144n

furniture

Windsor chairs for Monticello, 30, 46, 55, 57-8, 61, 64-5

tables for J. W. Eppes, 128, 130

appropriation, for President's House, 140

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