Volume 32 Index

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

M

M. Tullii Ciceronis Opera (Marcus Tullius Cicero), 180

Macartney, George, Lord Macartney, 37n

Macaulay, Catharine

History of England, 176, 177

McClay, Mr., 420

McClung, Susan Tarleton Marshall, 569, 570n

McClung, William, 569-70

McDowell, John

letters to, 169, 254

to cease sale of TJ's nails, 169, 254

letters from cited, 254n

McDowell, Joseph

deputy marshal, 460, 562-3

McDowell, Margaretta Madison, 563n

McDowell, Mary McClung, 563n

McDowell, Samuel, Jr.

seeks renewal of marshal's office, 327-8, 457-8, 561-3

charges against, 451-2, 460-1, 564

replaced as marshal, 592

McDowell, Samuel, Sr.

letter from, 327-8

acquaintance with TJ, 327, 328n

writes on son's behalf, 327-8

family, 563n

McDowell, William (Ky.)

letter from, 561-3

and Ky. marshalship, 460, 561-3

relationship with TJ, 561

identified, 563n

McGee (McGehee), James, 99

McGee (McGehee), Richard, 99-100, 116

McGregory, Lucretia Ely, 59n

McGregory, Uriah

letter to, 98-9

letter from, 58-9

reports slander to TJ, 58-9, 98-9

TJ praises, 97

background investigated, 228

McHenry, James, 352n

McKean, Robert, 434, 435n

McKean, Thomas

letter to, 538-9

letters from, 307-10, 389, 432-6

and election of 1800, 45, 307-10, 432-6, 484, 538-9

calls special session of assembly, 222, 231, 242, 259

acrimony against, 308

reports on Pa. Federalists, 308, 348, 349n, 483

ally of Rodney family, 370-1

introduces Mendenhall, 389, 427n, 538

recommends aspirants for office, 433-4

patronage practices, 435n, 518-19

and Sayre, 456, 457n

McKinnen, Daniel, 550-1

McMillan, William, 246

McMunn, Mr.

and John Barnes, 271

See also Conrad & McMunn (Washington)

McMurdo & Fisher (Richmond)

purchase TJ's tobacco, 297-8, 450

and poor rating of TJ's tobacco, 516, 545-7, 572

Macon, Nathaniel, 170, 512n

McPherson, John, 265

McPherson's Blues, 573, 574n

Madeira

wine, 115n

U.S. consul, 397n

climate, 443

Madison, Dolley Payne Todd

TJ cares for packages for, 17

visits Monticello, 17-18

TJ sends regards to, 18, 60, 116, 537, 579

accounts for nails, 100

Madison, James

letters to, 17-18, 59-61, 116-17, 146, 250, 321-4, 358-9, 537, 579

letters from, 99-100, 170-1, 185, 234-5, 252-3, 329-30, 436-9

letter from cited, 61n

Opinions

on negotiations with France, 170

on selection of presidential electors, 382

Personal Affairs

financial transactions, 17-18, 116-17, 170

friends, 51

renovates Montpelier, 59-61, 99-100

and Ceracchi, 62

relationship with Rush, 207

confused with Bishop Madison, 273-4, 276, 277, 279

interested in education, 299

health, 329, 438, 537

president of American Board of Agriculture, 503n

Politics

national issues and Republican cause, vii, 146, 170-1, 185, 250, 252-3, 321-4, 329-30, 358-9, 436-9, 537

and Burr, xxxvi

joins subscription for Holt's fine, 117n, 129n

and Callender, 212, 238, 250, 537n

and prospect of TJ-Burr electoral tie, 244

meeting of presidential electors, 253, 329

appointments as president of U.S., 266n

role as a party leader, 322

and efforts to modify Ross bill, 379n

war powers in Constitution, 381n

TJ reports progress of House balloting to, 579

Relations with Jefferson

1791 trip to northern states, xxxvi

TJ visits, 17, 217n, 250, 253, 259

visits Monticello, 17-18

places orders from TJ's nailery, 59-61, 99-100, 116-17, 146

and revisal of Va. laws, 123, 125n

forwards publications, correspondence, 185, 216, 217n, 248

TJ handles newspaper subscriptions, 261, 329-30, 358

TJ offers cabinet position, 303, 304n, 322, 409, 438-9

assumes office as secretary of state, 439n

Writings

Federalist papers, 179

Madison, Bishop James

letters from, 238-9, 349-50

visits Monticello, 146

and election attacks on TJ, 168, 169n

calls on J. Madison, 170

and TJ's Williamsburg connections, 238-9

and politics, public events, 239, 350

letter to cited, 239n

confused with J. Madison, 273-4, 276, 277, 279

president of William and Mary, 276, 279

and W. G. Munford, 349-50

and scientific research, 350

Madison, James, Sr.

financial affairs, 17

makes nails, 100

declining health, death of, 438, 439n, 537

Ky. land claims, 564n

Madison Co., Va., 104

Madrid, Spain, 162

magazines

lack of support for, 93

Magellan, John Hyacinth de (João Jacinto de Magalhães)

edits Cronstedt's Mineralogy, 178

magnetism, 350n

Maine

XYZ address from Kittery, 198

speculation in lands of, 353n

boundary, 479, 480n

and U.S. customs districts, 603

Mallet, Paul Henri

Northern Antiquities, 177

Malpomene (Muse), 551n

Malta

Britain captures, controls, 192n, 296n, 587

role in diplomacy, military strategy, 195, 295, 296n, 586

knights of, 296n

as seaport, 587

Manchester, Va., 107, 388

Manœuvres of Horse Artillery (Tadeusz Kosciuszko), 101-2

Mantua, Italy, 586, 587

Manual of Parliamentary Practice. For the Use of the Senate of the United States (Thomas Jefferson), xxxv-xxxvi, 282n, 286n, 337, 405, 600

Manures Most Advantageously Applicable to the Various Sorts of Soils (Richard Kirwan), 178

maps

Arrowsmith's, 69

atlases, 180, 463-4

of Mississippi Valley, 262, 336

need for authoritative map of U.S., 423

U.S. government, 463

of Va., 464n

of western N.Y., 547, 549n

Marchant, Elihu, 213n

Marche. See La Marche, Madame de

Marengo, battle of, 21n, 102n, 137, 186, 192n

Maria (ship), 223n

Mariana, Juan de

Historia general, 177

Marie Antoinette, Queen of France, 90n

Marie des Anges, Sister. See La Rochefoucauld, Céleste Le Blond de

Maritime Compact; or, an Association of Nations for the Protection of the Rights and Commerce of Nations that May be Neutral in Time of War (Thomas Paine), 202, 204n

Marseilles, France

olive trees shipped from, 123, 125n

consul at, 162n, 173-4, 341n

as port, 587

Marshall, Anna Maria (Mary), 569, 570n

Marshall, Humphrey, 569-70

Marshall, James M., 151-2, 159n

Marshall, John

letter to, 367

as secretary of state, 75, 134n, 154, 173, 325, 326, 357n, 367, 410n

sees Short in Paris, 75

and possible transfer of presidency to secretary of state, 358, 375, 403

and U.S. relations with Spain, 396-7

as envoy to France, 466-8, 490-5

on procedure for resolution of electoral tie, 481

returns from France a hero, 493

candor questioned, 569

family, 569, 570n

named chief justice, 570n

Marshall, Thomas, 569, 570n

Martens, Georg Friedrich von

Précis du droit, 179

Martha's Vineyard, 602

Martin, Alexander (Baltimore), 583

Martin, Luther

challenges TJ's account of Logan's speech, 8, 93, 581

political motives condemned, 93

attorney general of Md., 365, 366n

Martinsburg, Va., 127n

Mary (1776-1813, TJ's slave), 164

Mary (b. 1788, TJ's slave), 163

Maryland

and election of 1800, vii, 45, 46n, 100, 185, 208, 214, 216, 218, 234

elections, 46n, 128-9, 140, 208, 225-6, 227, 236, 242-3

selection of presidential electors, 46n, 48-9, 100, 128-9, 208, 225-6

politics, 48-9

legislature, 49, 140n, 196, 200, 208, 366, 512n

governor, 49n

Baptists in, 54n

Republican gains in, 128-9, 140, 208, 329

Charles Co., 140n, 226

addresses on XYZ affair, 196-7, 199-201

courts, 197

Washington Co., 197, 225

Worcester Co., 197, 226

Queen Anne's Co., 199, 226

Federalists, 208, 263

Baltimore Co., 225, 227

election returns by county, 225-6

Kent Co., 226, 264n

Talbot Co., 226, 365

Fitzhugh statement circulated, 253

newspapers, 253n

U.S. senators, 264

electoral votes, 271, 289, 332, 367n

and resolution of tied electoral vote, 322, 358, 418, 419n, 432

Republicans lose ground in, 333

treatment of Republicans in, 365

Digest of the Laws, 365-6

and Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, 372n

boundaries, 479, 480n

London agent, 535-6

cession of federal district to U.S., 601

Maryland (U.S. sloop), 357n

Maryland, Bank of, 350-1

Maryland Gazette (Annapolis), 253n

Mason, Charles, 479, 480n

Mason, George, 124

Mason, John (British author)

Essays, 180

Mason, John Thomson, 49, 128-9, 225-6

Mason, Stevens Thomson

letters from, 48-50, 128-9, 225-6

reports political intelligence, 48-50, 128-9, 215, 225-6

aids accused seditionists, 49-50, 114, 117n, 129n, 406n

letters to cited, 50n, 129n, 226n

corresponds with TJ, 66n

and TJ's search for tenants, 116

Republican leader, 268

aids J. Lyon, 305

acts on TJ's behalf, 355

supports officeseekers, 358n

confident House will name TJ president, 574

Massac

customs district, 603

Massachusetts

and election of 1800, vii, 146, 367n

Republicans in, vii, 116, 146, 229, 250, 348, 349n, 352

newspapers, 116

colonial governors, 141

opinions of TJ, 141, 338-9, 341n

ratification of U.S. Constitution, 180

addresses on XYZ affair, 196-201

grand juries, 197

legislature, 197, 353n

Freemasons, 200

and C. C. Pinckney candidacy, 229, 271

strong position of Federalists, 263, 492

physicians, hospitals, 264-5n, 349n

Federalists reportedly on British payroll, 352-4

attorneys, 353n, 465

Essex Junto, 385-6

Gerry is expected to run for governor, 534

and overseas trade, 603

ports of entry, 603

Massachusetts Historical Society, 141

Massena, André, 340, 341n

mastodon

called "mammoth," 231, 233n, 288-9, 302

remains discovered in Hudson Valley, 231, 232-3n, 288-9, 302, 312, 317n, 407-8, 544-5

Cuvier classifies, 232n

speculation about, 233n, 407-8

Peales recover remains of, 317n

Mat (Duke's slave), 414

Mathematical Tables (Charles Hutton), 180

mathematics

books on, 180

almanacs should have tables of sines, tangents, 334

in schools' curricula, 395n

Mather, Cotton, 231, 233n

Mather, Mr. (Conn.), 5, 7n

Matthiessen & Sillem (Selem) (Hamburg), 89, 147

Matthieu, John S. M.

consul at Naples, 174n, 587-8

Maximes et rélexions morales (Duc de La Rochefoucauld), 179

Mayo, John, 77, 81, 93

Mayo, William, 175n

Mazzei, Antonia Antoni (second wife of Philip Mazzei), 274-9

Mazzei, Elisabetta, 274-9

Mazzei, Philip

letters from, 273-9, 552-6

affairs in Va., 47, 55, 57, 64, 114, 115n

Colle, 149, 275, 278

and election attacks on TJ, 168, 169n, 519n

does not read newspapers, 273, 276

TJ's letter of 24 Apr. 1796, 273, 276, 506

sends news from Europe, 273-9

family, 274-9

finances of, 275, 278, 565

seeks U.S. position in Italy, 276, 279

events in Italy, 552-6

accused as Jacobin in Pisa, 553-4, 555-6

Mechanics (James Ferguson), 180

Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Duke of, 584, 585n

Medical Repository (New York), 269n, 288, 289-90n

medicine

physicians, xxxvii, 94n, 237n, 348, 349n, 415-16, 509-10, 518, 582n

medical schools, education, 19n, 248, 264-5n, 269n, 273, 276, 279n, 349n, 415n, 510n, 582n

medical societies, 34n, 269n

mental illness, 39n, 236

doctors equated with lawyers, clergy, 103

medical care for slaves, 108

in Egypt, 112

physician to British royal family, 112

vegetation, fruit, insects as indicators of disease, 112

relationship of rice cultivation, disease, 124

TJ orders ointment, 161, 172, 406n, 472

anatomy, 178

books on, 178

surgery, 178

analogies to human body, health, 205, 511, 582

new discoveries not always accepted immediately, 207

physicians tend to be Republicans, 228

U.S. marine hospitals, 264-5n, 349n

in Europe, 273, 274, 276, 277, 279n

salves, eyewash, 395n

See also Philadelphia; smallpox; yellow fever

megalonyx, 591

melons

Minorcan muskmelon, xxxvii, 206, 207, 266, 306

Mémoires de Maximilien de Béthune, Duc de Sully, 177

Mémoires du Général Dumouriez (Charles François Du Périer Dumouriez), 415

Memoirs of Aaron Burr (Matthew L. Davis), 219n

Memoirs of Edmund Ludlow, Esq. (Edmund Ludlow), 176, 177

Memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland (Sir John Dalrymple), 176

Memorials of the Method and Manner of Proceedings in Parliament (Henry Scobell), 22, 28n, 283

Mendenhall, Thomas

letter from, 496-7

carries letters, calls on TJ, 389, 427n, 496-7, 538

identified, 497n

Mendes da Costa, Emanuel

Elements of Conchology, 178

Mercer, John Francis, 49, 129

mercury, 8-9, 11-13, 120

Mercy-Argenteau, Florimund Claude, Comte de, 73, 90n

Meredith, Samuel, 139, 140n

Messiah (Alexander Pope), 488n

meteors, 55n, 481n

Mexico, 231

Meyer, Friedrich Johann Lorenz

Fragments sur Paris, 343-5, 415

Miami Purchase, 603

Miccosookee (Seminole town), 51, 52n

Micrographia Illustrata: or the Microscope Explained (George Adams), 178

Middlesex Co., Va., 63-4n, 201

Middlesex Gazette (Middletown, Conn.), 230n

Middleton, Conyers

History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero, 177

Miscellaneous Works, 179

Middleton, Henry, 4n

Migliaresi, Signore, 553, 555

Milan, Italy, 186-7

Milbanke, Ralph, 190

military academy

proposed, 5n

militia

as preferred means of defense, 60, 173, 339, 422

and suffrage, 102

addresses to Adams from, 196-9

fiscal needs of, 423

officers of, 434

Miller, Mr. (Philadelphia), 186

Miller, Edward, 94n

Miller, Henry, 308, 309n, 348

Miller, Isaac, 144

Miller, Samuel

letter to, 140-1

letter from, 93-4

receives Appendix, 93

patron of C. B. Brown, 93-4

historical research, 140-1

Miller, Sylvanus, 289n

Miller, William (Pa.), 308

Millot, Claude François Xavier

works, 177

mills

Craven's, 109n

at Shadwell, 116

in Ky., 150

millwrights, 363

in Pa., 403n

canal for Shadwell mill, 500, 517, 559

Henderson mill, milldam, 558

Milton, John

in M. Carey's reader, 319n

allusions drawn from Paradise Lost, 523, 551

Milton, Va.

business activities at, 15n, 401

postal service for, 40n, 417, 498

roads, 163

river port, 172, 471, 498, 517

tobacco inspection at, 245, 250

Price's ordinary, 418

near Randolphs' Edgehill, 580n

Mine and Metal Company, 603

Minerva. See North-Carolina Minerva (Raleigh, N.C.)

Minerva (TJ's slave), 163

Minor, Dabney, 15n

Minorca, 206, 266

Mint, U.S., 575

Minzies, Ninian, 471, 472n

Mirror of the Times, & General Advertiser (Wilmington, Del.), 597

Miscellaneous Works (Conyers Middleton), 179

Miscellaneous Works (David Humphreys), 162n

Mississippi River

Dunbar studies, 54, 55n

as transportation system, 119, 265

Ellicott maps, 336

source of, 481n

Mississippi Territory, 262

Mitchill, Samuel Latham

letter to, 18-19

scientific research, 18-19, 31, 363n

identified, 19n

letters from cited, 19n

writings, 19n

publishes Medical Repository, 289

teaches at Columbia, 289-90n

Mohawk River, 408

molasses

for Monticello, 14, 15, 20, 29, 471, 535, 558

Molly (1749-1811, TJ's slave), 164

monarchy

Federalists accused of aspiring to, 96, 225, 581, 588-9, 595

in conflict with Christianity, 111

associated with executive branch, 126

persistence of, 207

U.S. a covert monarchy, 302-3

American foreign policy favors monarchies, 425

Moniteur (Paris), 188, 192n

Monroe, Elizabeth Kortright (Mrs. James Monroe)

in Albemarle Co., 39, 226

affected by death of son, 213, 241, 373

TJ sends regards to, 330, 580, 594

Monroe, James

letters to, 160-1, 226-7, 248-9, 330, 580, 594

letters from, 131-2, 144-5, 161-2, 213-14, 241-2, 244, 310-11, 373, 389, 403-4, 416-17, 481-2, 511

Republican leader, xxxvi, 216, 244, 248-9, 252-3, 256, 268, 329, 332-3, 481-2

relatives, 38, 41

letter from cited, 39n

and Ceracchi, 62

employs overseer, 100n

Albemarle Co. property, 116, 131n, 144, 160, 161, 213-14, 226-7, 241-2, 248, 310-11, 330, 373, 481

and Beckley, 125n

and Gabriel's insurrection, 131-2, 138n, 144-5, 160-1, 161-2, 174, 311, 330, 389

as governor, 131n, 241, 250

conveys correspondence, 133n

letter to cited, 145n

and Delamotte, 183, 184

effects of recall from France, 186

and Paine, 186

and R. Smyth, 190

and Latin America, 218n

reports political news, 352

Thorn to call on, 360

optimistic about outcome of electoral tie, 373

and potential amendment of Constitution, 382n

introduces S. Tyler, 389

preparations to thwart naming of an acting president, 403-4, 481-2, 511

and P. Carr, 416-17, 481

counsels restraint in presidential election impasse, 482

dispute with Hamilton, 577n

TJ reports progress of House balloting to, 579, 580, 594

Monroe, James Spence

illness, death of, 131n, 161, 162n, 174

Monroe, John, 38-9, 41

Mont Blanco

as Eppes residence, 43

TJ visits, 342n

J. W. and M. J. Eppes move from, 364

Montesquieu, Charles Louis de Secondat, Baron de

works of, 179, 319n

Monthly Magazine, and American Review, 93-4, 140, 361, 363n

Monticello

various visitors to, vii, 17, 39, 146, 208-9, 216, 232n, 234, 240, 242-3, 244, 495n, 527

piano for, xxxv, 39, 538

Burr visits, xxxvi

art displayed at, xxxvii, 375n

groceries and supplies for, 14, 15, 20, 29, 31, 47, 61, 471-3, 517, 535, 558

renovation and expansion of, 15n, 29, 30-1, 37, 70-1, 94, 342, 390-1, 482, 499

Madison visits, 17-18

TJ invites family to, 17-18, 39, 70, 391-2, 593

plastering, 18n

bricks, lime for, 29, 37

furnishings for, 30, 46, 55, 57-8, 61, 64-5

carpenters, housejoiners at, 30-1, 57, 64, 70-1, 109n, 482, 499

healthy climate of, 47

sash cord for, 47, 61, 471

heat wave at, 65, 92

TJ invites friends to, 66, 92

sashes for, 71

insurance of, 104-7

lands adjoining, 105

assessed value of house, 105-7, 128n

workshops and service buildings, 105-7

diagram by TJ, 106

fences, 108, 165, 500, 559

livestock, 108

slaves at, 108-9, 116, 163-6

lease of portion of, 108-10, 116, 163-6, 390-1, 475, 488-9, 499-500, 516-17

management of fields, 108-10, 163

adjoins Tufton, 110n

depth of well at, 120

tax on house, 128n

sheep flock, 149

potential for saffron at, 152

roads, 165, 517

woodlands, 165

stoves, 172, 405n, 472

climate, and melons, 306

management of work at, 341-2, 390-1, 417-18, 475, 488-9, 499, 516-17, 528, 598

cold weather impedes work at, 342

east portico, 342

completion of house for Craven, 390, 417

efforts to clear land for Craven's lease, 390-1, 417-18, 475, 488-9, 499-500, 516-17

and Tarleton's raid, 452n

boundaries, 469-70

neighboring properties, 469-70

carpenter dies from injuries, 482, 499

garden at, 517

wine cellar, 517

See also corn; Jefferson, Thomas: Nailery; Jefferson, Thomas: Slaveholder; Richardson, Richard; tobacco

Montpelier

TJ visits, 17, 217n, 250, 253, 259

renovation of, 59-61, 99-100

Madison's father at, 439n

Montucla, Jean Etienne

Histoire des mathématiques, 180

moon

effects on air temperature, 287, 443

astronomical data, 334

Moore, Andrew, 359-60, 398

Moore, Jeremiah

letter to, 102-3

letter from, 52-4

and Va. suffrage restrictions, 52-4, 102-3

identified, 54n

Moore, Thomas, 258n

More, Thomas

works by, 176

Moreau, Jean Victor, 187, 429, 478

Moreau de St. Méry, Médéric Louis Elie, 244n

Morgan, Thomas, 163

Morris, Gouverneur

letter to, 351-2

in Senate, 248n, 323n, 603

chairs Senate committees, 351-2, 539-40n

relationship to L. R. Morris, 419n

and convention with France, 539-40, 601

thought to be bargaining for office, 590

Morris, Lewis Richard, 322, 323n, 419n, 590

Morris, Robert

Va. land speculations, 83-4, 151-2, 159n

N.Y. land speculations, 549n

Morrison, James, 461

Morse, Jedidiah

mentioned, 94n

American Universal Geography, 180

Morse, Samuel

letter from, 32-4

Republican publicist, 32-4, 386, 387n, 446

threatened, 33

identified, 34n

Môrtefontaine, France, xxxviii, 159n, 204, 339, 431n

Morton, Jacob, 544n

Morton, John

letter from, 544

responds to charges, 544

Mosby, Littleberry, 77, 81, 92-3, 499

Moses. See Hern, Moses

Moses (Hendrick's slave), 414

Mountflorence, James Cole, 296n

Mount Vernon

TJ visits, 391, 392n

Washington at, 426n

Moylan, Stephen, 17, 18n

Muhlenberg, Frederick Augustus Conrad

letter from, 575-7

seeks collectorship, 575-7

identified, 576-7n

Muhlenberg, John Peter Gabriel, 309, 538, 576n

mules, 108

Munford, William G. (d. 1804), 349-50, 528-9, 577

Munroe, Horatio Gates, 367n

Munroe, Thomas, 358n

Munson, William, 310, 347, 349n, 367n

Murat, Joachim, 341n

Murray, William

certificate of cited, 562n

Murray, William Vans

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

toasted, 61n

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

at Môrtefontaine ceremony, 159n, 204

criticized, 186, 188-9

Barlow suggested as replacement for, 189, 211

to return to Batavian Republic, 189

scorns Republicans, 189

See also Convention of 1800

Muses, 487, 550-1

Mush Island, N.C., 80-1, 85, 90n

Muskogee (Muscogee) Indians. See Creek Indians

Musschenbroek, Petrus van

Cours de physique, 180

Mutual Assurance Society, 104-7

Myntas (Allen's slave), 440, 441n

 
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