Volume 32 Index

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N

nails

machinery to manufacture, 502n

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Nailery

Nancy (b. 1791, Nanny, TJ's slave), 164, 166n

Nanny (wife of Gabriel), 138n

Nantes, France, 162n, 204n, 448n

Naples

Americans in, 172-4

U.S. trade with, 173, 339-40

consul at, 174, 340, 587-8

merchants, 340, 586

revolution, counterrevolution in, 553, 555

ports closed to Britain, 587, 588n

and relations between Austria, France, 587

signs peace with France, 587, 588n

Natchez, 35, 54, 119, 224, 262, 311, 443, 448

National Intelligencer (Washington)

established, 32n

prints essays, commentary, 270n, 405

reports debates, actions of Congress, 323n

Madison's subscription to, 329

National Magazine; or a Political, Historical, Biographical, and Literary Repository, 262n, 305

Natural and Civil History of Vermont (Samuel Williams), 178

natural history

effects of geography, 18

in college curricula, 19n, 143, 265n, 269n, 289n

societies, 55n

collections, museums of, 143, 265n, 288-90, 317n

books on, 178

See also botany; mastodon

Naturalization Act of 1798, 313, 315

Nature Displayed, in her Mode of Teaching Language to Man (Nicolas Gouin Dufief), 345n

Nauman, George, 367n

Nautical Almanac and Astronomical Ephemeris, 255, 406n

Nautilus (Fulton submarine), 144n

Nazareth, 217n, 333

Neale, Leonard, 395n

Ned. See Gillette, Edward

Nepos, Cornelius

works, 177

Netherlands

relations with Louis XVI, 90n

See also Batavian Republic

neutrality, league of armed

U.S. urged to consider joining, 186, 189, 195, 204, 293-4

Baltic nations form alliance, 188-9, 192n, 195, 222-4, 292-5, 586-8

formal pacts signed, 296-7n

could force Britain to treat U.S. well, 438, 489

1780 league, 453, 455-6

may close European ports to Britain, 586

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

New and Complete Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, 180

New and Complete System of Arithmetic (Nicolas Pike), 180

New and Elegant General Atlas (Aaron Arrowsmith), 464n

New and Impartial History of England (John Baxter), 177

Newark, N.J., 198

New Brunswick, N.J., 196

Newburgh, N.Y.

fossil discoveries near, 231, 232-3n, 289

New England

and election of 1800, vii, 5-7, 170, 291

and rumor of TJ's death, 42n

and C. C. Pinckney candidacy, 91n, 116, 229

recovering from XYZ excesses, 95-7

must align with rest of country, 96

accusations against TJ, 116

Federalist power, solidarity in, 228, 263, 333

Bishop's Connecticut Republicanism, 263

Sandemanians, 387n

and threat of dismemberment of union, 404

controls Treasury Department, 425

and L. Martin's attacks on TJ, 581

Hartford Convention, 582n

textile milling, 582n

New England Mississippi Land Company, 353n

New Hampshire

residents, 4-5n

election of 1800, 137, 263, 367n

history of, 178

addresses on XYZ affair, 197, 199

legislature, 197

Republicans in, 229, 348

attorneys, 348, 387n

U.S. senators, 392n

and U.S. customs districts, 603

New Haven, Conn.

newspapers, 34n

customs officers, 310n, 347, 349n

attorneys, 387n

New Jersey

and election of 1800, vii, 134-6, 146, 185, 214, 215, 225, 234n, 242, 263, 289, 367n

Baptists in, 54n

and published accusations against TJ, 134-6

congressmen, 136n

history of, 178

militia, 196, 198, 199

Morris Co., 196, 198

Somerset Co., 196

addresses on XYZ affair, 196-201

courts, 197, 236

and resolution of tied electoral vote, 322, 323n, 358, 368, 391, 432, 583

attorneys, 323n

Republicans win congressional seats, 391, 418, 500, 523n

Quakers, 520-4

Federalists compared to Lucifer, 523

Gloucester Co. Democratic Association, 523n

U.S. attorney, 567n

New Jersey, College of (Princeton), 135n, 197, 201, 317n, 323n, 582n

New London, Conn., 7n

New London, Va., 248, 249n

New Orleans, 119, 394n, 502-3n

New Physical System of Astronomy (Joseph Young), 237, 298-9

New System of Geography (Anton Friedrich Büsching), 180

New System of Modern Geography: or, A Geographical, Historical, and Commercial Grammar (William Guthrie), 180

Newton, Sir Isaac, 299, 444-5

Newton, Thomas

letter to, 331

letter from, 372-3

TJ's contact in Norfolk, 331, 372, 505

sends news from Europe, 372-3

New World (Philadelphia), 31n

New York

and election of 1800, vii-viii, 135, 234, 304, 307, 322, 329, 367n, 368

land speculation in, 7n, 547-9

Society for the Promotion of Agriculture, Arts, and Manufactures, 8, 10-11n, 120, 121, 597

Baptists in, 54n

history of, 140-1, 178

ratification of U.S. Constitution, 180

addresses on XYZ affair, 196, 198-200

Columbia Co., 196, 198, 200

Ulster Co., 196, 407, 545

militia, 196-7, 199

Montgomery Co., 196-7, 199

courts, grand juries, 198, 199, 200

Onondaga Co., 199

Oneida Co., 200

fossil discoveries, 231, 232-3n, 288-9, 302, 407-8

U.S. senators, 248n

chancellorship, 303, 304n

council of appointment, 303, 304n, 381-2n

legislature, 304n, 315

elects U.S. senator, 315

Republican success in, 315, 329

evaluation of Republican candidates, 348

Washington Co., 361n

Westchester Co., 363n

geology, topography of, 407-8

boundaries, 479, 480n

vigorous political contention in, 483-4

attorneys, 550-1

Lutherans, 576n

"New York, Citizen of" (pseudonym)

Answer to Alexander Hamilton's Letter, 329, 330n

New York City

TJ in, xxxvi, 446

artists, xxxvii

and rumor of TJ's death, 41, 42n, 65, 66-7

and financial transactions, 48, 302

Du Pont company office, 56, 65, 67, 92

yellow fever in, 56, 68

harbor fortifications, 56-7, 66-8, 247

support for literature in, 93-4

Friendly Club, 94n

physicians, 94n, 237n

outfitting of naval ships, 114n

courts at, 132

churches, clergy, 135n

newspapers, 217n, 219n, 221n

publishing, 219-20, 330n, 334, 361

Tammany Society, 219n, 289-90n

Irish in, 221n

as market for tobacco, 260n, 297, 471

museums, 288, 289-90n

French émigrés in, 331n, 372, 474-5, 505

postmaster, 357, 358n

booksellers, 376

Presbyterians, 411n

as source for seed, 441, 517

Federalist publicists, 490

Federalists, 544n

anxious for resolution of election, 568

seaport, 568

See also Columbia College

New-York Evening Post, 219n

New-York Gazette and General Advertiser, 234n, 529n

Niagara Falls, xxxvii

Nicholas, John (brother of W. C. Nicholas)

and Republican network, 268

chairs committee, 436n

teller for electoral vote count, 568n

Nicholas, John, Jr. (clerk of Albemarle County Court), 166n

Nicholas, Philip Norborne

letters to, 94, 579

Republican leader, 16n, 268, 381n, 382n

consults TJ about design of house, 94

intermediary between TJ, Callender, 239-41

letter to cited, 241n

and arbitration of TJ's account with D. Ross, 412

TJ reports progress of House balloting to, 578-9

Nicholas, Robert Carter, 524n

Nicholas, Wilson Cary

and financial transactions, 14, 17, 470, 472n

joins subscription for Holt, 129n

and Republican network, 214, 268, 372

letter from cited, 241n

in Senate, 259n, 379n, 600, 603

TJ's lieutenant, 379n

orders clover seed, 517

reports on Bayard, 583

Nichols, Stiles, 34n

Nicholson, Elizabeth Hopper, 512n

Nicholson, Joseph, Jr., 512n

Nicholson, Joseph H.

letter from, 512-13

Herty seeks aid from, 366

Republican in Congress, 418, 419n

introduces Bruff, 512-13

identified, 512n

letter to quoted, 513n

Nicholson, William

Introduction to Natural Philosophy, 180

Nicolson, George, 38, 161, 470

Niemcewicz, Julian Ursin

letter to, 445

letters from, 68-9, 368

and L. Littlepage, 40n, 68-9, 368, 445

marries, 69

letter to cited, 69n

Niemcewicz, Susan Livingston Kean, 69

Niles, Elizabeth Lothrop, 582n

Niles, Elizabeth Marston Watson, 582n

Niles, Nathaniel

letter from, 581-2

receives Appendix, 581

Republican prospects, 581-2

seeks office, 582

identified, 582n

Noble, E. (Naples), 340, 586

Nogent, France, 148

Nolan, Philip, 35, 37n, 119, 449n

Norfolk, Va.

quarantined, 131n, 166

and Gabriel's insurrection, 138n

émigrés from Saint-Domingue in, 157, 331, 474, 505

Portsmouth returns to, 159n, 306n, 360

and transatlantic traffic, 161, 372

British consul at, 350

Munford at, 350

Norfolk Co., Va., 84-5

North Carolina

and election of 1800, vii, 91, 214, 216, 234n, 263, 272, 322, 329, 333, 367n, 368

Burr distrusts Republicans of, viii

nailrod shipment brought to, 38n, 46

Baptists in, 54n

4th of July celebration in, 60-1

University of, 61n

land investments in, 80-1, 85, 90n

slavery in, 80-1, 90n

wavering political course of, 91, 116, 129, 146, 170

history of, 178, 287-8

addresses on XYZ affair, 196

Franklin Co., 196

Rockingham Co., 196

visited by Fraser, 232n

Federalists, 263, 272n

Republicans lose ground in, 333

North-Carolina Minerva (Raleigh, N.C.), 60n

Northern Antiquities: or, A Description of the Manners, Customs, Religion and Laws of the Ancient Danes, and Other Northern Nations (Paul Henri Mallet), 177

Northumberland, Pa., 201

Northwest Territory

officers of, 6, 7n, 246

counties, 7

development, sale of land, 245-6, 529-33, 548, 549n, 603

representation in Congress, 246, 600

Federalists seek appointments in, 308

Norwalk, Conn., 34n

Notes on the State of Virginia

includes TJ's draft Va. constitution, 102

republication of, 219-20, 333-4

TJ esteemed as author of, 289

TJ comments on editions of, 334

on religious liberty, 386

on subject of a navy, 506, 509n

imagery borrowed from, 550, 551n

Nott, Abraham, 258n

Nova Scotia, 602, 603

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