Volume 32 Index

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Labagh, Abraham

letter from, 249

inquires about religion, 249

Lacépède, Bernard Germain Etienne de LaVille-sur-Illon, Comte de

Histoire naturelle, 178

Ladvocat, Jean Baptiste

Dictionnaire historique, 177

Lafayette, George Washington Louis Gilbert du Motier de, 429, 430, 431n

Lafayette, Marie Adrienne Françoise de Noailles, Marquise de, 429-31

Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de

letters from, 252, 427-32

knows L. Littlepage, 3

and Beaumarchais heirs' claim, 252

and Mazzei, 273, 276

expected in U.S., 312, 314, 429-30, 431n

released by Austrians, 427, 430, 431n

and French Revolution, 427-9, 554, 555

returns to France, 427-32

family of, 429, 430

in Holland, Hamburg, 429, 430

prefers quiet life of a farmer, 429, 430, 431n

and Stephen Sayre, 453

La Grange, France, 427, 431n

Lalande, Joseph Jérôme Le Français de

Astronomie, 180

La Marche, M. (Paris)

TJ buys linens from, 394n

La Marche, Madame de (Sister Geneviève de Saint Théodose; Geneviève Marie Abert)

letter from, 392-5

asks TJ to buy convent school property, 392-5

identified, 394n

Lamb, John

carries Algiers treaty, 456

Lancaster, Pa.

as state capital, 222n, 307-9, 336n, 389, 538

newspapers, 310, 330

Federalist sentiment in, 483

T. Coxe at, 572

residents, 589n

Lang, John, 447n

Langdon, John, 255, 392n

languages

Chinese, 35-7

sign languages, 35-7, 449n

American Indian, 44, 50, 51n, 134, 135n, 243, 297n, 449

TJ's vocabulary form, 44, 50, 51n, 449

variety, on Ga. frontier, 50

TJ's education, skills in, 124, 299

comparisons of North American, Asian, 134

methods of learning, 344-5

See also English language; French language; German language; Spanish language

La Rochefoucauld, Alexandrine Charlotte Sophie de Rohan-Chabot, Duchesse de

and Short's plans, 72, 89n, 154

and Patricots, 157, 331n

regard for TJ, 296, 297n

in Paris, 430

La Rochefoucauld, Céleste Le Blond de (Sister Marie des Anges; Marguerite Scholastique Céleste Le Blond), 392-5

La Rochefoucauld, François, Duc de (1613-1680)

Maximes, 179

La Rochefoucauld d'Enville, Louis Alexandre, Duc de La Roche-Guyon et de, 331n, 554, 555

La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, François Alexandre Frédéric, Duc de

Voyage dans les États-Unis d'Amérique, 85

La Roche-Guyon (Rocheguyon), France, 291, 331n

La Rochelle, France, 395n

Latimer, George, 457n, 576, 577n

Latimer, Henry

resigns from Senate, 570, 571n

letter from cited, 571n

latitude, 334, 480n

Latrobe, Benjamin Henry, 230

Lattimore, Matthew, 501

Laurance, John, 316n

Lausanne, Switzerland, 180

Laval, John, 345n

Lavater, Johann Kaspar, xxxvii

Lavoisier, Antoine Laurent

mentioned, 5n

Traité élémentaire de chimie, 178

and manufacture of gunpowder, 313, 314, 315n

Lavoisier, Marie Anne Pierrette, 5n

Law, Edmund, 270n

Law, Elizabeth Parke Custis, 270n

Law, Thomas

letter from, 270

owns boarding house, 260n

pamphlets of, 270

identified, 270n

and Duncanson, 358n

Lawersweiler, Jacob L., 576n

law of contracts

maxims, 485, 488n

law of nations

and indemnification of consuls in wartime, 132

works on, 179

maritime law and neutral rights, 194n, 195

and potential exclusion of resident ministers of other nations from U.S., 383n

Lazaria (b. 1791, TJ's slave), 164

Lazzerini, Signore, 554, 555

league of armed neutrality. See neutrality, league of armed

leather, 402n

Le bien informé (Paris), 192n

Le Blond, Marguerite Scholastique Céleste. See La Rochefoucauld, Céleste Le Blond de

Lebrun, Charles François, 204

Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres (Hugh Blair), 180

Lee, Arthur, 455-6

Lee, Charles, 548

Lee, Francis Lightfoot, 456

Lee, Richard Henry, 456

Lee, William (of Va.; d. 1795), 456

Lee, William Ludwell, 525, 526n

Leesburg, Va., 144

Leghorn (Livorno), Italy

U.S. consul, 273, 276, 279n, 340

and transatlantic communication, 275, 278

English merchants, 588

Le Havre, France

Portsmouth sails to, 72, 149, 191

consulship at, 162n, 182, 184, 325, 326, 327n

Paine at, 185

Americans at, 189, 202-3

affected by suspension of U.S. trade with France, 325, 326

Leiper, Thomas

letters to, 301, 545-7

letters from, 209-10, 221-2, 259-60, 572-4

and TJ's tobacco crops, 114, 115n, 209-10, 259-60, 301, 406n

identified, 210n

letters to cited, 210n, 260n

reports on politics, 221-2

assists Callender, 254

TJ's agent in tobacco quality dispute, 545-7, 549, 572-4

lemon juice

TJ orders, 47, 61, 471

Leonidas, King of Sparta, 571

Lerebours, Alexandre, 144n

LeRoy & Bayard (N.Y.), 446

Les devoirs de l'homme, et du citoien (Baron Samuel von Pufendorf), 179

Leslie, Robert

letter from, 513-14

and APS, 232n

inquires about Washington, D.C., 513-14

letters to, from cited, 514n

Letchworth, John, 57, 65

Létombe, Philippe André Joseph de, 419-20

Letter from Alexander Hamilton, Concerning the Public Conduct and Character of John Adams, Esq. President of the United States

appears, 239

Callender exploits, 254

TJ wishes to obtain, 255, 256n, 263

answered, 329, 330n

affects reputation of Hamilton, Adams, 436-7

and U.S. relations with Britain, France, 437

Letters from His Excellency George Washington, President of the United States of America, to Sir John Sinclair, 13-14

Letters of Junius, 179

Letters to the Inhabitants of Northumberland and its Neighborhood, on Subjects Interesting to the Author, and to them (Joseph Priestley), 469n

"Letter to General Hamilton" (from "Aristides"), 329, 330n

Letter to George Washington (Thomas Paine), 361n

Lettres de M. Euler à une Princesse d'Allemagne, sur différentes questions de Physique et de Philosophie. Nouvelle Edition, avec additions par MM. le Marquis de Condorcet et De La Croix (Leonhard Euler), 179, 180

Lettsom, John Coakley, 112n

Lévesque, Pierre Charles

Collectien des moralistes anciens, 179

Lewis (b. 1788, TJ's slave), 418, 499

Lewis (ca. 1760-1822, TJ's slave), 164

Lewis, Mr., 17

Lewis, Charles Lilburne (TJ's brother-in-law), 15n

Lewis, Eleanor Parke Custis, 391, 392n

Lewis, Frances Parke, 391, 392n

Lewis, Lawrence, 392n

Lewis, Lucy Walker (Mrs. Nicholas Lewis), 44, 134

Lewis, Meriwether

uses Arrowsmith's map, 69n

Lewis, Nicholas

friend of D. Smith, 44, 134

as neighbor of Monticello, 105

trains law student, 561

TJ reports progress of House balloting to, 579n

Lewis, Samuel (Philadelphia)

letters from, 462-4, 574-5

imprisoned for debt, 462-4, 574-5, 602

sends maps for pocket atlas, 463-4, 574-5

identified, 464n

letters to, from cited, 575n

Lewis, William, 308

Lexington, Ky., xxxix, 533n

Lexington, Va., 359-60, 398

Leyden

Gazette de Leide, 132

libel

prosecuted under common law, 32-3, 34n

See also Sedition Act (1798)

Liberty

depictions of, 61-2

Liberty Hall Academy, 359-60

libraries

for Congress, 259, 423

Life and Reign of King Henry the Eighth (Baron of Cherbury), 176

lighthouses, 602

Lilly. See Hern, Lilly

Lilly, Gabriel

and management of nailery, 341, 391, 499-500, 517

arranges hire of slaves, 341-2, 390, 417-18, 440, 488, 516-17, 559, 598

receives payment, 401, 402n, 418, 472

and Richardson, 417

letters to, from cited, 418-19n

overseer, 475, 499-500

praised as manager of slaves, 528

lime

for Monticello, 29, 37, 471

Lincoln, Abraham, 420n

Lincoln, Benjamin, 352n

Lincoln, Levi

praised, 146, 465

in Congress, 146n, 465

carries letters, 465, 469, 489

Linn, James, 322, 323n, 432, 583

Linn, William

Serious Considerations on the Election of a President, 134-6, 168, 249

and study of Indian languages, 135n

Linnaeus, Carolus

collections and library of, 55n

works, 178

quoted, 502

Linnean Society, 55n

Lisbon, 75, 586

Liston, Robert, 383n

Little, Charles, 272

Littlepage, Elizabeth Lewis, 3n

Littlepage, James, 3n

Littlepage, John Carter

and L. Littlepage, 40n, 368n, 445

letter to cited, 445n

letter to quoted, 445n

Littlepage, Lewis

letter from, 477-9

in Europe, 3-4, 40, 68-9, 445

return to U.S. expected, 368, 477-9

names TJ executor of will, 478

Littleton, Sir Thomas, 566, 567n

Liverpool, 30, 95

livestock

as capital investment, 84

feed for, 108, 164, 166

in lease agreement, 108, 116, 164-5, 166

improvement of breeds in Europe, Britain, 147-9, 158-9n

potential improvement of breeds in U.S., 148-9

cattle breeds in Ky., 452n

See also horses

Livingston, Brockholst, 348

Livingston, Edward

letters from, 290-1, 550

congratulates TJ, 290-1

and N.Y. politics, 303

influence of family of, 316n

absent from Congress, 418

expects quick resolution of electoral tie, 419n

borrows imagery from TJ's Notes, 550, 551n

poem to McKinnen, 550-1

reports on Bayard, 583

Livingston, Robert R.

letters to, 120-2, 302-4, 596-7

letters from, 8-11, 406-9

1791 visit from TJ, xxxvi

receives Appendix, 8, 11n

scientific, technological interests, 8, 409

and steam power, 8-13, 120-1, 230, 302, 304n

system to raise water, 9, 11n, 120-1

comments on politics, 10, 122, 406-9

and mastodon discovery, 288-9, 302, 312, 407-8, 544-5

TJ offers cabinet position, 302-4, 322, 323n, 358, 408-9, 537, 596

chancellor of N.Y., 303, 304n

and N.Y. council of appointment, 303, 304n, 382n

influence of family of, 316n

and W. S. Smith, 352n

elected to APS, 589, 595, 597n

and advancement of agricultural knowledge, 596-7

Livy

works of, 177

Llandaff. See Watson, Richard (Bishop of Llandaff)

Lloyd, James

resigns from Senate, 225-6, 264

letter from cited, 264n

Locke, John

works, 179

Logan (Mingo Indian)

accuses Cresap, 8

authenticity of speech, 93

identified with appendix to Notes on Virginia, 219

Logan, George, 194, 430, 467

Loge Française l'Aménité, 320n

Lomax, Thomas

letter from, 551-2

and national political situation, 551-2

London

as financial center, 83, 275, 278, 473

U.S. consul in, 132, 477n, 536

Paine's demonstration bridge at Paddington, 190, 193n

doctors and medicine, 207, 349n, 510n

"American Nursery," 232n

publishing, 334, 447n

Americans in, 361n, 525-6, 535-6

art, artists, 374n

newspapers, 405

sheriff, 434

merchants, 525

longitude, 321, 334, 346

L'Orient (Lorient), France, 350, 448n

Loudoun Co., Va., 109n, 116, 166n

Louis XVI, King of France, 90n, 148, 159n

Louisa Co., Va., 104, 341-2

Louisiana

meteor observed in, 55n

condemned slaves transported to, 145n

maps, 336

Catholic convent in, 394n

Louisville, Ga., 216, 217n

Louisville, Ky., 603

Love, Andrew, 265

Love, John (fl. 1688)

Geodæsia, 180

Lowell, John, 352-3, 386n

Lowndes, Thomas, 258n

Loyalists. See American Revolution

Lucifer, 523, 551

Ludlow, Daniel, & Co. (New York), 48

Ludlow, Edmund

Memoirs, 176, 177

Ludwell, Frances Grymes, 525n

Ludwell, Philip, III, 525n

Lunéville, France

negotiations at, 187, 192n, 203, 372, 454

treaty, 372-3n, 586

Lutherans, 576n

Luzac, Jean, 132

Lyle, James

letter to, 458-9

letters from, 107, 388

and TJ's debt to Henderson, McCaul & Co., 107, 388, 402, 416, 458-9, 535

Lynchburg, Va., 476, 535, 546

Lyon, James

letters from, 261-2, 305

co-founds Georgia Republican, 34n

Petersburg Republican, 101n

and Callender, 212

publishes Cabinet, 213n, 261-2, 305, 329-30

Madison's subscriptions, 261, 329-30, 358

financial support from TJ, 261-2, 305, 450, 472

identified, 261-2n

letters from cited, 262n

publishes National Magazine, 262n, 305

paid for subscriptions, 471, 472n

Lyon, Mary Hosford, 261n

Lyon, Matthew

family, 261-2n

and House resolution of presidential election, 419n, 487

correspondence with TJ, 582n

Lyons, France, 72, 123, 335, 447-8

Lyons, Peter, 251, 402

Lyttelton, George, Baron

History of the Life of King Henry II, 176

 
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