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Pacific islands

languages of, 37

packet ships, 147, 496

Pacte maritime: addressé aux nations neutres (Thomas Paine), 203n, 223n

Page, John, 548, 579n

Page, Mann, 579n

Page, William, 471, 472-3n

Paine, Seth, 217n, 266n

Paine, Thomas

letters from, 185-93, 195, 204, 222-4

attacked as infidel, 140

object of Federalist wrath, 140, 189

expected in U.S., 185, 190, 191

sends essays for publication, 185-93, 204, 222, 223n, 360-1

and Burr, 186

sees Ellsworth, 186

sends news from Europe, 186-7, 204, 222-4

urges that U.S. join neutrals' alliance against Britain, 186-9, 191-2n

Compact Maritime, 188, 189, 191n, 192n, 204n, 223n, 578-9

"On the Jacobinism of the English at Sea," 188, 189, 191n, 192n

designs bridges, 189-90, 192-3n

Age of Reason, 190-1, 193n

conflict with English religious establishment, 190-1, 193n

suggests gunboat invasion of Britain, 191n

"Dissertation on the Law of Nations," 195, 204

seeks employment, 195

Maritime Compact pamphlet, 202, 204n

visits Conn., 203-4n

borrows from Haley, 203n

Pacte maritime, 203n, 223n

"Observations on some passages," 222, 223n

Letter to George Washington, 361n

Paley, William

View of the Evidences of Christianity, 111, 112n, 179

Palmyra, Tenn., 119-20, 265, 603

Panama

settlement of Darien, 231

Panton, Leslie & Co., 52n

Paoletti, Ferdinando, 554, 556

paper

production of, 261n

Paradise, John, 525-6

Paradise, Lucy, 525, 526n

Paradise, Lucy Ludwell (Mrs. John Paradise)

letter from, 525-6

estate of, 238-9, 525-6

identified, 525-6n

letters to, from cited, 526n

Paradise Lost (John Milton), 523, 551

Paris

art, artists of, 61-2

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

Opéra, 62n

Kosciuszko in, 69, 101-2, 445

commercial firms, 89, 147

diplomats in, 90n

publishing in, 114n, 180, 188, 192n, 334, 345n

Americans in, 141-4, 186, 189, 292, 354, 455

booksellers, 147, 158

news from, 185-93

newspapers, 188, 192n

TJ in, 190, 273, 276, 394n, 457n, 583-5

toll system, 273, 276, 326, 327, 354

U.S. consular position at, 291-2, 296n

books about, 345n

Munford at, 350

and Lunéville negotiations, 372

Tuileries palace, 429, 431n

and Sayre's proposed international congress, 454

Park, Mungo

Travels, 168

Parker, Daniel, 79

Parkyns, George Isham, 373-4n

Patricot (of France), 157, 158n, 331

Patricot (of Saint-Domingue and U.S.)

letters to, 331, 505

letter from, 474-5

sought by brother, 157, 158n, 331, 505

in New York, 372, 474-5

letter from cited, 505n

Patten, John, 218n

Patterson, Robert

letter to, 298

letter from, 388

and APS, 230, 298, 388, 480n, 481n, 509, 510n

Patterson, William, 351n

Patty. See Hern, Patty

Paul, St., 205, 308, 309n, 521, 523n

Paul I, Emperor of Russia

and L. Littlepage, 40, 478, 479n

forms league of armed neutrality, 188, 192n, 222-4, 478, 479n, 586

plant specimens for, 232n

and Malta, 294-5, 296n, 586

peaches

in Pa., 112, 403n

decay of peach trees, 230, 232n

peacocks, 443

Peale, Charles Willson, xxxv, 232n, 317n

Peale, Eleanor May Short, 317n

Peale, Rachel Brewer, 317n

Peale, Rembrandt

letter from, 316-17

writes lyrics, xxxv

seeks aid to study abroad, 316-17

family, 317n

identified, 317n

portraits of TJ, 317n

Pearson, John, 221-2

peas

demand for, in Britain, 30

in TJ's crop rotation plan, 110, 165

Albany, 441

Pease, Calvin, 6-7, 97

pecans, 471, 472n

penal institutions

solitary confinement in, 123, 335

Pendleton, Edmund

letter from, 21-2

authority on parliamentary procedure, xxxv-xxxvi, 21-9

and Short's salary, 251, 261, 402

and TJ's comments on constitutional principles, 381n

Penn, William, 206

Pennsylvania

and election of 1800, vii, 45, 135, 209-10, 214, 215, 218, 234, 234n, 367n

selection of presidential electors, 45, 222, 231, 242, 256, 289

Baptists, 54n, 269n

land prices, 85

tenant farmers in, 85

penal system, 123, 335

and election of 1796, 124, 435n

history of, 178

ratification of U.S. Constitution, 180

participation in presidential election in doubt, 185, 231, 242, 253, 256-7, 263, 267-8, 271, 332

militia, 196, 434

Northampton Co., 196

addresses on XYZ affair, 196-201

legislature, 197, 198, 210n, 221-2, 231, 242, 271, 307-10, 336n, 576

Senate, 198, 256, 263, 308-9, 336n

Lancaster Co., 201, 221, 222n, 225, 242, 309n

early colonization of, 206

currency, 209

tobacco, snuff production in, 210n

Federalists, 221, 222n, 225, 308-9, 348

election results, 221-2, 224-5, 231-2, 242, 253, 307, 329

some Quakers decline to vote, 222, 242, 253

special session of assembly, 222, 231, 242, 259, 307-10, 348

election impasse resolved, 289, 299, 306, 307-10, 318, 336n, 589

Chester Co., 308

Cumberland Co., 308

and resolution of tied electoral vote, 322, 368

attorneys, 348, 483

Republicans, 348, 434-5, 574

and Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, 372n

Lycoming Co., 403

Presbyterians, 411n

party feeling overrides principle in, 418

importance of agriculture, 422

increase of population, 422

will act to forestall subversion of presidential election, 433

potential removal of federal officeholders in, 433-4, 542, 575

land speculation, 469n

boundaries, 479, 480n

courts, 519n

transactions in Pa. currency, 573

sugar refining, 575, 576n

Council of Censors, 576

Land Office, 576n

Lutherans, 576n

Pennsylvania, Bank of, 114

Pennsylvania, University of, 31n, 218n, 269n, 349n, 415-16n, 502n, 510n

Pensacola, Fla., 51

"People's Friend" (John Isaac Hawkins, Rembrandt Peale), xxxv

Pericles, 344, 345

Perkins, Nathaniel, 286-7

Perry, John

leases land, 108, 109n

carpenter, supervisor, 109n, 417

in financial transactions, 402n

Perry, Reuben

leases land, 108, 109n

carpenter, 109n

letter from cited, 109n

Perth Amboy, N.J., 198

Peters, J., 495

Peters, Mr. (Switzerland), 161-2

Peters, Richard (judge), 111

Petersburg, Va.

potential purchase of horse at, 43

newspapers, 100, 101n, 138

and Gabriel's insurrection, 131n, 138n

publishing, 220-1

maligned, 221

price of tobacco, 259

mail service at, 347n, 364, 391, 488

militia, slave patrol, 482n

Petty, Sir William

Several Essays in Political Arithmetick, 179

Peyton, Craven

letter to, 469-70

letter from, 558-9

leases Shadwell fields, 108, 109n, 116, 470n

purchases land for TJ, 469-70, 558-9

letter from cited, 470n

Peyton, Francis, 338

Peyton (Paiton), Mr., 598

pheasants, 443

Philadelphia

pianos built in, xxxv

physicians, xxxvii, 269n, 415-16, 510n, 573

artists, xxxvii-xxxviii, xxxix, 61-2, 316-17, 374-5

stagecoaches, 16n, 320, 415

commercial, financial relationships with Va., 17, 30-1, 46-7, 55, 64-5, 71, 127-8, 130, 139, 151, 171, 172, 209, 241, 471-2, 568

source of furniture, 30, 46, 55, 57-8, 64-5, 128, 130

carpenters, housejoiners, 30-1, 57, 64, 70-1

newspapers, 31n, 42n, 134n

printers, 31n, 220, 221n, 447n

and rumor of TJ's death, 42n, 44-5, 111

almshouse, 44, 45

iron, nailrod ordered from, 46, 92, 171-2, 406n, 472

waterworks, 46

yellow fever in, 46, 112, 166, 206, 345n

churches, 46n

merchants in, 62n, 64-5, 89n, 135n, 171, 210n, 573

grocers, 65n

as source for window sashes, 71

P. Butler's residence, 91

political attitudes in, 91

postal service, 104

as market for tobacco, 107, 209, 210n, 235, 240, 259, 297, 301, 471, 516, 545-7, 549

as source for books, 112, 150, 212, 213n, 214, 217n, 343-5

prisons at, 123, 335

financial center, 127, 130, 151, 561

former seat of government, 139, 168

wine ordered from, 171, 406n

stoves ordered from, 172, 405n, 472

XYZ addresses from, 197, 199, 200, 201

quarantine, 206

elections, 209, 210n, 221-2, 224-5

militia, military units, 210n

attorneys, 218n

sewers, 230-1

Bishop's pamphlet printed in, 263

Federalists hold federal positions in, 308, 309n, 348, 541-4

taverns, 309n

museums, 317n

hotels, boarding houses, 320

jewelers, goldsmiths, watchmakers, 320, 419-20, 497, 560-1

émigrés from France, Saint-Domingue, 320n, 345n, 447-8

Freemasons, 320n

French schools, 345n

Universal Book Store, 345n

lodgings cheaper than in Washington, 347

Burr, S. Smith meet in, 399-400

Presbyterians, 411n

French consul, 419-20

Republicans seek federal positions in, 433-4, 457n

auctioneers, 434, 435n

superintendent of military stores, 435n

dancing instructors, 447

debtors' prison, 462-4, 574-5

Priestley in, 480

Federalist holdouts seek any alternative to TJ, 483

commerce with Del., 496-7

travelers, communication with Washington, 572

heavy snowfall, 573

McPherson's Blues, 573, 574n

confident TJ will become president, 574

sugar refining, 575, 576n

customs collectorship, 575-7

transportation routes to Baltimore, 602

See also Aurora (Philadelphia)

Philadelphia Gazette

reports TJ's death, 42n

news on foreign affairs in, 134n

reports comments by Burr, 400n

articles by T. Coxe in, 572n

Philippines, 52n, 454

Phill. See Hubbard, Philip

Phill (d. 1809, TJ's slave), 417

Philosophia Botanica (Carolus Linnaeus), 178

Philosophical Transactions (Royal Society of London), 231, 233n, 479, 480n

Philosophical Works (Viscount Bolingbroke), 179

Philosophi opera (Lucius Annaeus Seneca), 179

philosophy

works on ethics, 179

TJ's election a victory for philosophy, morality, 313, 315

physics

books on, 178, 180, 237, 298-9

Newtonian, 299, 444-5

magnetism, 350n

and standard units of measure, 361-3, 444-5

perpetual motion, 512-13

physiognotrace, xxxvii

Phytologia; or, The Philosophy of Agriculture and Gardening (Erasmus Darwin), 112

pianos

fortepiano for Monticello, xxxv, 39, 538

illustrated, 328

Piatolli (Piattoli), Scipione, Abbé, 274, 277

Pichon, Alexandrine Émilie Brongniart, 430, 431-2n

Pichon, Louis André

sent to U.S., 291-2, 296n, 431n

and Swan, 354

to press Gérard claim, 384-5

friendly to U.S. interests, 429

marriage, 430, 431n

carries letters, 431n

Pickering, John, 218n

Pickering, Timothy

Robbins case, 33-4

and Short's salary, 74-6

maligned, 189, 193n, 194-5, 465-6, 491-2

Federalist leader, 386n, 492

dispute with Spanish minister, 396-7

defends Yznardi, 397n

and E. Randolph's resignation, 426n

as secretary of war, 435n

reports on Gerry-Talleyrand correspondence, 465-6, 468, 469n, 491-2

land speculation, 466, 469n

and northern boundary of U.S., 479, 480n

sends recall to envoys, 490, 495n

Ellicott's reports to, 548

Pickett, Pollard & Johnston

financial transactions, 14, 470-2

letters from cited, 472n

Pickford, Mr. (Georgetown), 496, 501

Pierce, John, 90n

Pike, Nicolas

New and Complete System of Arithmetic, 180

Pinckney, Charles

letter to, 242-3

letters from, 214-17, 256-8, 266-9, 279-81, 332-3, 412-13, 505-6, 568-9

essays as "Republican," "Republican Farmer," 214, 217n, 242, 267, 280, 281n

introduces jury bill, 214, 217n

and Ross election bill, 214, 217n

seeks to prohibit officeholding by judges, 214, 217n

Speeches, 214, 217n, 242, 280, 281n

exchanges political information, 214-17, 242-3, 256-8, 266-9, 279-81, 300, 332-3, 505-6, 568-9

relationship with C. C. Pinckney, T. Pinckney, 215, 217n, 256, 267

letters from cited, 216-17n, 243n

essential Republican leader, 266

confers with TJ, 267, 280

cautions TJ about entreaties from S.C., 268, 333, 413

takes Senate seat, 269n

addresses common law issue, 280

ill, injured, 412-13, 505, 568

Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth

presidential candidacy, 91, 217n, 272n

support for, in New England, 97, 116, 229, 263, 271

and S.C. politics, 215, 217n, 256, 267, 280

support for, in Del., 217-18, 263

Hamilton supports, 239, 254, 255, 256n

electoral vote, 263, 271, 300, 307, 322, 324, 347, 358n

in state senate, 268

in Md. electoral vote, 271

potentially joined on ticket with TJ, 280, 281n, 505-6

and Federalists' patronage expectations, 308

and divisions among Federalists, 341n

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

fêted on return from France, 493

Pinckney, Frances Henrietta, 412, 413n

Pinckney, Henry Laurens, 412, 413n

Pinckney, Mary Eleanor, 412, 413n

Pinckney, Mary Eleanor Laurens, 413n

Pinckney, Thomas

in Callender's Prospect, 213n

and S.C. politics, 214, 217n, 290

vacates House seat, 258n

as minister to Britain, 436, 439n

Pinckney Treaty, 397n

pineapples, 206

Pintard, John M., 397n

piracy

Barbary States associated with, 192n, 195

case of Ranger, 212, 213n, 236

Pisa, Italy

university, 273, 276, 279n

trial of suspected Jacobins, 553-4, 555-6

pisé construction, 72, 89n

Pitcairn, Joseph

consul at Hamburg, 174n

forwards correspondence, 584, 585n

Pitt, William, 173, 339, 379, 478

Pittsburgh, Pa.

Republicans, 221, 486, 519

Brackenridge at, 319n, 484

Federalists, 486, 488n, 518-20

physicians, 518

Pittsburgh Gazette, 486, 488n

Pius VII, Pope, 88, 90n

Platt, Jonas, 419n

Pleasants, Samuel

publishes paper, pamphlets, 124, 125n

and Callender, 238

See also Virginia Argus (Richmond)

plow, moldboard, 8

Plutarch

works of, 177

Plymouth, Mass., 197

"Poem on the Death of General Washington" (David Humphreys), 162

Poésies Choisies (Simon Chaudron), 320n

poetry

on list of recommended readings, 180

Poland

L. Littlepage in, 4n, 40, 68-9, 368, 478

partitioned, 40, 368

Mazzei in, 274, 277

expatriots of, in France, 445

Political, Miscellaneous, and Philosophical Pieces (Benjamin Franklin), 180

Political Disquisitions: or, An Inquiry into Public Errors, Defects, and Abuses (James Burgh), 179

Political Progress of Britain (James Thomson Callender), 179

Polk, William, 61n

Pollard, Robert

and James River Co., 258, 427

letters to, from cited, 258n

Pollio. See Asinius Pollio, Gaius

polygraph, xxxv

Poor Clares, 392-5

Pope, Alexander

in M. Carey's reader, 319n

Messiah, 488n

Poplar Forest (TJ's estate)

TJ visits, 241, 248

sale of tobacco from, 245, 546

TJ declines to sell, 476, 535

value of timber at, 535

Porcupine (London), 405

porter, 29n, 31, 115n, 260n, 472

Portsmouth (U.S. frigate)

sent to France, 72, 149

returns with Davie, 185, 191, 202, 222, 360

carries letters, 191, 202, 325, 326, 327, 360

Portsmouth, N.H., 387, 603

Portugal

U.S. ministers in, 75-6

history of, 177

relations with U.S., 440

colonies, 454

postal service

distrusted, xxxvi, 17, 214, 216, 246-7, 251, 257, 304, 307, 309, 310, 321-2, 333, 357, 375, 376, 421, 434, 465, 498, 510, 517, 533, 537, 538, 594

Granger made postmaster general, 7n

schedules, efficiency of, 15, 30, 104, 129, 138, 171, 208, 213, 259, 266, 271, 364, 390, 417, 436, 488, 498, 499, 500, 503-4, 516, 556, 557

as conveyance for packages, seeds, 20, 66-7, 92, 128, 161, 207, 214, 246-7, 313, 314, 360, 376, 474

TJ's memorandum on, 104, 202n

abuse of franking privilege, 128

in New England, 155

payments sent through, 251, 254, 402, 414, 472n

could interfere with distribution of newspapers, 255

postmasters, 286-7, 324, 357, 358n, 386, 387n, 498

post roads bill, 323, 324n, 336-7

benefits of post roads, 423

1803 survey for New Orleans post road, 502-3n

See also Habersham, Joseph

Postell, James, 265

Postlethwaite, Samuel, 308

potatoes, 206, 527

Potomac Canal Company, 143n

Potomac River, 551n

Potter, John

Archaeologica Graeca: Or, the Antiquities of Greece, 176

Pottstown, Pa., 201

Pougens, Charles

source of books, 147, 158

Pouncey's tract (TJ's property), 418, 419n

Powell, Mr.

expected at Monticello, 47, 341, 347, 390, 414, 418, 488, 499, 517, 598

Powell, Leven, 259n

Pratt (schooner), 497n

Preble, Henry, 162

Precedents of Proceedings in the House of Commons (John Hatsell), 179, 286n

Précis du droit des gens moderne de l'Europe (Georg Friedrich von Martens), 179

Presbyterians, 135n, 317-18n, 411n, 567n

President (U.S. frigate), 114n

press, freedom of

toasted, 60

as essential principle, 96

and Federalist postmasters, 255

Price, Richard (Milton, Va.), 418

Priddy, Thomas, 20, 29

Pride, Thomas, 566, 567n

Priestley, Joseph

letter to, 95

letter from, 30

on design of steam engines, 9, 11n

on higher education, 30, 95, 114n

Chart of Biography, 177

New Chart of History, 177

Essay on the First Principle, 179

History of the Corruptions of Christianity, 179

responds to Cobbett, 467, 469n

Letters to the Inhabitants of Northumberland, 469n

in Philadelphia, 480

primogeniture, 123, 125n

Prince George Co., Va., 196, 244

Princeton, N.J.

Dufief in, 345n

battle of, 370

See also New Jersey, College of (Princeton)

Prince William Co., Va., 272n, 460n

Principia (Sir Isaac Newton), 445n

Pringle, Sir John, 112

Prospect Before Us (James Thomson Callender)

TJ sees early pages, supplies information, 100, 129-30, 174, 211-12, 233, 236, 254, 414

second volume of, 137, 138n, 255n

advertised, 212, 213n

TJ subsidizes second volume, 235, 238, 240

Madison subscribes to, 238, 250

Prospect of Exterminating the Small-Pox (Benjamin Waterhouse), 264, 355

Prospectus, Charter, Ordinances and Bye-Laws of the Royal Institution of Great Britain, 4, 311

Prospectus of a Daily Paper, Called The Porcupine (William Cobbett), 405

Prospectus of a National Institution (Joel Barlow), 144n

Prosser, Thomas, 138n

Prosser, Thomas Henry, 131n, 136, 138n

Proud, Robert

History of Pennsylvania, 178

Providence, R.I., 166, 199-200

Prussia

seeks neutral status, 170

joins armed neutrality, 192n, 293-4, 296-7n, 586

news from, 223

U.S. relations with, 293-4, 296n

and 1780 league of armed neutrality, 453, 455-6

Puerto Rico, 453, 454

Pufendorf, Samuel, Baron von

Les devoirs de l'homme, 179

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