Volume 32 Index

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G

Gabriel

plans insurrection, 131n, 136-7, 138n

executed, 145n

legal counsel assigned to, 421n

See also slaves: Gabriel's insurrection

Gadsbury, Anthony, 287n

Gadsby's hotel (Alexandria, Va.), 392n

Gage, Thomas, 5n

Gaillard, Theodore, 265

Gaither, Henry

at Fort Wilkinson, 50, 51-2n

letter from cited, 52n

Galatians, 521, 523n

Gales, Joseph, 60

Galilee, 216, 217n, 333

Gallatin, Albert

Sketch of the Finances, 219, 220n

Views of the Public Debt, 219, 220n

expected to receive one electoral vote, 306, 324

TJ offers cabinet position, 322, 323n, 409

makes Treasury appointments, 366n

absent from Congress, 418, 419n

expects quick resolution of electoral tie, 419n

denounced for support of TJ, 519n

presents Dufour's memorials, 530-2

Gallatin, Hannah Nicholson, 512n

Gamble, Robert

small debt owed to, 14

letter from cited, 15n

and Bell's estate, 342

Gamble & Temple, 471, 473n

gambling, 452n

Garat, Dominique Joseph, 188

Gardner, William, 367n

Garrett, Alexander, 128n, 472

Gates, Horatio

letters from, 315-16, 565-7

N.Y. politics, 315-16

national politics, 565-7

criticizes Adams, 566

Gazette de Leide (Leyden Gazette), 132

Gazette of the United States (Philadelphia)

reports TJ's death, 42n

prints XYZ addresses, responses, 196-202

Geismar, Baron von, 48

Gelston, David

supplies information, 234, 329

Gemm, Richard, 274, 277

Genera Plantarum (Carolus Linnaeus), 178

Geneva, 148, 585n

Geneviève de Saint Théodose, Sister. See La Marche, Madame de

Genoa, 174, 186-7

Gentleman Farmer (Lord Kames), 178

Geodæsia; or The Art of Surveying and Measuring of Land Made Easie (John Love), 180

geography

books on, 180

in schools' curricula, 395n

need for authoritative topographical description of U.S., 423

cartographers, 462-4, 574-5

improved by astronomical observations, 479

Geography Improved (William Guthrie), 464n

geology

in college curricula, 143

books on mineralogy, 178

of N.Y., 407-8

George (1759-1799, TJ's slave), 528

George (Burton's slave), 175-6

George III, King of Great Britain

knights Rumford, 5n

histories of reign of, 176, 177

and negotiations between France, Austria, 187

subjects dissatisfied with, 191n

Georgetown, D.C.

contemporary views of, xxxix, 328 (illus.)

population of, xxxix

merchants, 57, 64-5, 114-15

banking, financial transactions, 120, 127, 130, 139-40, 251

Federalists in, 128, 225

newspapers, 213n, 261-2, 305

congressmen reside in, 271

churches, 318n

Catholic academy in, 392-5

ferry at, 392n, 540

Convent of the Visitation, 395n

jewelers, watchmakers, 405, 406n

Georgetown College, 395n

Georgia

and election of 1800, vii, 91, 146, 214, 216, 300, 306, 322, 329, 367n, 368

newspapers, 34n

introduction of olives, heavy upland rice to, 123-4, 125n

disease in, 124

history of, 178

capital, 216, 217n

visited by Fraser, 232n

frontier, 243

congressmen, 320, 343, 344

possible delay in J. Jackson reaching U.S. Senate by 4 Mch., 572

See also Creek Indians

Georgia Republican (Savannah, Ga.), 34n

Gérard, Conrad Alexandre, 384-5

Gérard de Rayneval, Joseph Mathias

letter from, 384-5

presses claim of brother's family, 384-5

Germain, Lord George, 5n

German language

German edition of federal statutes needed, 424

and notation of Indian languages, 449

German states

French gains in, 187, 202-3, 586

and negotiations at Rastatt, 192n

Gerry, Elbridge

letters from, 465-9, 489-95

and Short, 75

and Delamotte, 183, 184

correspondence with Talleyrand published, 465-6

relationship with Adams, 465-6, 492

political sentiments, XYZ affair, 465-9, 489-95

supports both Adams, TJ, 466

abused by both parties, 491-5

insulted on floor of House, 494, 495n

expected to run for governor, 534

Giannini, Antonio

correspondence forwarded for, 88, 90n

and Mazzei's finances, 275, 278, 279n

letters from cited, 279n

Gibbon, Edward

Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, 177

Gibson, Patrick

G. Jefferson's business associate, 14

Gibson & Jefferson

handle TJ's business affairs in Richmond, 171, 227, 305n, 374, 400n, 406n, 409-10, 458, 459n, 464-5, 496n, 499, 515, 540, 546

insulated from TJ's aid to Callender, 240, 244-5, 470

TJ's account with, 470-3

and sale of TJ's tobacco, 546, 573

Gilbert, Sylvester, 7n

Giles, William Branch, 51

Gill. See Gillette, Gill

Gillette, Agnes (b. 1798, Aggy, TJ's slave), 163

Gillette, Barnaby (b. 1783, TJ's slave), 417

Gillette, Edward (b. 1760, Ned, TJ's slave), 163

Gillette, Edward (b. 1786, Ned, TJ's slave), 163

Gillette, Fanny (b. 1788, TJ's slave), 163

Gillette, Gill (b. 1792, TJ's slave), 163

Gillette, James (b. 1796, TJ's slave), 163

Gillette, Jane (b. 1764, Jenny, TJ's slave), 163

Gillette, Priscilla (b. 1794, Scilla, TJ's slave), 163

Gillette, Richard (b. 1790, Dick, TJ's slave), 163

Gilmer, Dr. George, 109n

Gilmer, Lucy Walker (Mrs. George Gilmer), 134

Glasgow, 210n, 546

Gloucester Co., Va., 175

Godwin, Francis (Bishop of Hereford)

Annales of England, 176

Goldsmith, Oliver

History of England, 178

Goliah (TJ's slave)

supervises older slaves, 517, 518n

Goochland Co., Va., 286-7, 324

Goodwin, Edmund, 413

Gordon, Thomas, 471

Gordon, William

History, 178

gout, 495

grains

demand for, in Britain, 30, 95, 188, 294-5

in crop rotation plans, 108, 110, 164-6

flour milling, 109n, 116

in Ky., 150

Russia as supplier of, 294-5

See also oats; rice; wheat

Granger, Gideon

letter to, 95-7

letters from, 5-7, 228-30

promotes Republican cause, 5-7, 95-7, 146, 228-30, 382n

identified, 7n

grasses

Peruvian winter grass, 49, 128

hay, 152

Gray, Abigail, 115n

Gray, Nellie, 115n

Great Britain

Agriculture

board of agriculture as model, 13-14, 560, 596

improvement of livestock, 148, 149-50, 159n

saffron, 152

farmers affected by cash shortage, 188

Art

émigré artists in U.S., xxxix, 374-5

R. Peale in Britain, 317n

Conflict with League of Armed Neutrality

British treatment of neutral nations, commerce, 89, 132, 133, 187, 193-4, 223n, 274, 277, 294, 572n, 581

convention with Denmark, 188, 192n, 222-4, 478

fleet sent to the Sound, 188, 192n, 295

Russian embargo against Britain, 188, 192n, 223-4, 294-5, 478, 479n, 581, 586

Baltic nations form alliance, 188-9, 192n, 222-4, 478

and provisions shortage in Britain, 294-5

and Malta, 295, 296n, 586

dependence on naval stores from Baltic, 438

and 1780 league of armed neutrality, 455-6

and British access to European ports, 586

Britain takes action against Sweden, Denmark, Russia, 587, 588n

Economy

shortage of grain, 30, 95, 188, 294-5, 438

commercial ties to Va., 70

English, Irish goods sold in U.S., 115n

effects of paper money, 188

bridge construction, 189-90, 192-3n

fiscal burdens, problems, 191n, 422-3

manufacture of gunpowder, 313, 314

and American tobacco, 330

needs U.S. as market, 339, 586

weights and measures, 363n

types of business activities and property, 379-81

requires U.S. agricultural produce, naval stores, 438, 439n

dominance of manufactures in world market, 454

Americans learn manufacturing techniques, technical processes, 513-14

Stamp Office, Mint, 514

American Revolution affects wire exports to U.S., 582n

Foreign Relations

China, 35, 37n

Russia, 40

and Puerto Rico, 453

Laws

prosecution of Paine's printer, 190-1, 193n

admiralty courts and rights of neutrals, 223n

Navy

high cost of, 138n, 422-3

France considers use of submarines against, 144n

prospective naval armistice, 187, 192, 203

may need naval stores from U.S., 438

and loss of U.S. survey crew's provisions, 548, 549n

Politics and Government

procedures in Parliament, 25, 179

use of official pensions, 110

judiciary resisted political corruption, 122

crowned heads of England, 176

Paine seeks to publish essays, 188

members of Parliament, 190

references to Civil War, Commonwealth, 205, 206, 485, 566, 567n

influence of English republicans on America, 206

Tory rule in Queen Anne's reign, 315

revenues from income taxes, 379-81

opposition to revolutions in Europe, 429

denounced as greatest example of modern tyranny, 521

Science and Learning

Royal Institution, 4-5, 311

study of natural history, 54, 55n, 312

Americans at Oxford, 63n

books on British history, 176-8

smallpox treatment, vaccines, 207, 264n

Royal Society of London, 231, 233n, 479, 480n

Nautical Almanac, 255

Stockdale edition of Notes on Virginia, 334

medical training, 349n

Society

penal institutions and solitary confinement, 123

colonial North America, 140-1

dissenting religion in, 205, 316n

news of Gabriel's insurrection, 295

exiles from French Revolution, 345n

Church of Scotland, 387n

American residents, 514n

U.S. Relations with

Britain intimidates U.S., 33

Robbins case, 33-4

and W. A. Bowles, 52n

perceptions of English travelers, 121

treatment of consuls, 132

undue influence of British in U.S., 134, 214-16, 383n, 520-2

regular communication by English packet ships, 147

American politics in British press, 172

interference with U.S. shipping, 173, 424, 426n, 575, 586

U.S. should stand up to Britain, 173, 339

rupture of relations advocated, 194

and U.S. relations with France, 194-5, 322, 410, 437-8, 468, 490-1, 539-40

British compared to "Algerine Marauders," 195

piracy of Ranger, 212, 213n, 236

and southeastern frontier, 224

prospective attacks on Canada, 339, 361n

U.S. embargo, privateering suggested, 339

British consul at Norfolk, 350

Federalists allegedly on British payroll, 352-4

resolution of debt claims, 424

U.S. policy favors Britain, 424-5

T. Pinckney appointment, 436, 439n

economic incentives for Britain to treat U.S. well, 438

and league of armed neutrality, 438, 489

boundary issue, 479, 480n, 481n

bringing of captured prizes into ports, 539-40

most favored nation status, 539-40

See also Jay Treaty

War with France

prospects of peace, xxxviii, 74, 181, 183, 187, 193, 318, 429, 491

affects transatlantic communication, 185, 190, 274, 277

Britain excluded from Lunéville negotiations, 187, 188, 191n, 192n, 195, 203, 372

potential naval armistice, 187, 192n, 203

British demoralized, 191n

and Egypt, 192n, 429

and Malta, 192n, 195, 295, 296n, 586

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

no news in U.S., 385

prompted by fear of revolutionary change, 520-2

British control seas, 552, 554

and Naples, 587, 588n

Greece

history, antiquities of, 176-7

influence on architecture, 220

allusions to ancient Spartans, 571

Greek language

TJ studies New Testament in, 345n

allusions drawn from, 486, 488n

Green, Timothy, 104, 498

Green, Timothy (N.Y.), 290, 291n, 343

Greenleaf, James, 358n

Greenleaf's New York Journal, & Patriotic Register (New York), 376n

Gregory, John

Comparative View, 179

Father's Legacy, 179

Grenet, Abbé

Atlas Portatif, 180

Grenville, William Wyndham, Lord, 410

Griffin, John Tayloe, 77-8, 81

Griffiths, Elijah

letter from, 44-6

comments on politics, 44-6

groceries. See Monticello

Groombridge, William, 374, 375n

"Grotius" (D. Clinton pseudonym), 135n

Grove, William B., 364

Grymes, John Randolph, 64n

Grymes, Mary Randolph, 64n

Grymes, Philip

father of P. L. Grymes, 63-4, 117-19

Grymes, Philip Ludwell

letters to, 63-4, 118-19

Ariana Randolph annuity, 63-4, 117-19, 421, 473

identified, 63-4n

letter from cited, 119n

Grymes, Susanna Randolph, 64n

Guadeloupe, W.I.

threat of privateering from, 114n

guinea fowl, 443

gunpowder

manufacture, 313, 314, 315n

Gustavus III, King of Sweden

and 1780 league of armed neutrality, 455-6

Guthrie, William

New System of Modern Geography, 180

Geography Improved, 464n

Guynemer, John, 474-5

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