Volume 33 Index

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Cabell, Samuel J.

recommends Custis, 301, 301n

letter from cited, 301n, 686

cabinetmakers, 64n, 306, 377n

Cabot, George, 137

Cadiz, Spain

consul at, 169-72, 173n, 362, 486-7, 667, 672, 678

sickness in, 170, 172

American prizes at, 385, 386

vice consul at, 385, 386

Caines, George

letter to, 389

letter from, 236-7

Enquiry into the Law Merchant, 236-7, 389

identified, 237n

Cairo, Egypt, 563n

Calais, France, 678

Calcutta, 379n, 677

Caldwell, John Edwards

seeks appointment, 189, 663-4, 666-7

appointed commercial agent, 676

Callender, James Thomson

letters from, 46-8, 573-5

pardoned by TJ, x-xi, 309-10

publishes Prospect Before Us, 46, 47-8n

remission of fine, 46, 157-8, 232, 566, 573-5, 596

criticizes Adams, 47

Madison forwards letter from, 100

family, 216

seeks appointment, 216

receives financial assistance from TJ, 639

Cambould, Richard, 467

Camp, Robert, 353, 356n

Campbell, Anthony, 108n

Campbell, Arthur

letter from, 152-3

congratulates TJ, 152-3

recommends Hargrove, 163n

Campbell, David

recommends Vandyke, 665

letter from cited, 667n

Canada, 536n, 652

canals

for TJ's mill, 67

in S.C., 519n

cannon

fired in celebration, 3, 134-5, 273

as gifts, 591, 592n

Capellen van de Marsch, Robert Jasper, Baron van der, 498n

Cap-Français, Saint-Domingue, 644n

capitals (architectural)

design for, 17

Capitol, U.S.

superintendent of, 308n, 462-3

contemporary images of, 406 (illus.)

Caravaggio, Michelangelo Merisi da, 630-2

Carey, Mathew

letters from, 316-17, 502

American Museum, 71

prints TJ's inaugural address, 136, 316-17, 502

sells portrait of TJ, 530n

Carleton, Sir Guy. See Dorchester, Lord (Sir Guy Carleton)

Carlisle, Abraham, 79, 80n

Carlos (Charles) IV, King of Spain

letters of credence to, 259n

bestows titles, 295n

informed of Humphreys's recall, 323n

letter to cited, 323n

and American prizes in Spanish ports, 384, 385

son-in-law, 406n

appoints new minister to U.S., 457

U.S.-Spanish relations, 485

Irujo's recall, 549, 550

Carpenter, Jacob, 72n, 73n

Carpenter, Thomas

account with TJ, 478-9, 502-4

identified, 503-4n

carpenters, 35-6

Carr, Peter, 641

carriages

TJ orders, from Philadelphia, xi, 500-2, 527-9, 600-1, 609-10

improvements to, 104

descriptions of, 501, 527-9, 600-1, 609-10

prices, 600-1

Phaetons, 641

difficulties traveling by, 658-9

Carrington, Edward, 602, 603n, 640

Carroll, Daniel, 205, 345n, 674

Carstairs, Thomas, 36

Caruthers, John, 643, 676

cassimere (cloth), 503

Catawba River, 620

Cathalan, Mme Stephen, Jr., 564

Cathalan, Mme Stephen, Sr., 551

Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.

letters from, 551, 564

forwards dispatches, 551

seeks to retain consulship, 551, 564

appointed commercial agent, 671, 676

Cathalan, Stephen, Sr., 551

Cathcart, James Leander

negotiations with pasha of Tripoli, 364-5n

warns U.S. vessels away from Mediterranean, 365n, 551n

appointed consul at Tunis, 670

appointed consul general at Algiers, 678

Catholic Church, 189n, 241, 628

Cato, Marcus Porcius, 451

Cayenne, French Guiana, 173n, 598n, 667, 676

Cayes, Saint-Domingue, 448n

Cazeno, Mr., 360

census

expenditures on, 277

"Centinel" (Samuel Bryan), 71, 73n

Cervantes, Miguel de

Don Quixote, 269n

Cevallos (Ceballos) Guerra, Pedro, 295n, 483, 484, 485

Charleston, S.C.

Republicans in, xlvi, 514n

TJ's election celebrated at, xlvi

French prisoners at, 291

navy agent at, 291, 333, 513, 514

collector at, 331, 332n, 333, 513, 514n

merchants, 333n, 513

sheriff, 333n, 514

and American Revolution, 357

newspapers, 455n

naval officer at, 513

notary publics, 513

surveyor at, 513, 514n

post office, 658

and election of 1800, 668

Charlton, Thomas U. P.

letter from, 479

congratulates TJ, 479

identified, 479n

Chas, Jean

letter from, 515-17

sends Histoire to TJ, 515-17

Sur Bonaparte, 516, 517

Chase, Samuel, 252n

Chaudron, Simon, 316, 431n, 451n

Chaville, France, 370

Cheauprouge, John de, 468n

Cheney, Benjamin, 679

Cherokee Indians

land cessions sought from, x, 70, 174-5, 220

commissioners to, 64n, 676, 677

superintendent of, 665

Chesapeake (U.S. frigate), 555n, 584

Chester, John, 669, 672, 676

Chestnut Street Theatre (New Theatre; Philadelphia), 99n

Chickasaw Indians, 109, 676, 677

Chipman, Nathaniel

in U.S. Senate, 113

Sketches, 417-19

Chisman, Mount Edward, 669, 673, 677

Chittenden, Thomas, 112, 114n, 133

Choctaw Indians, 109, 676, 677

Chribbs, William, 670, 678

Christian, Peter, 246n

Christianity

"most friendly" to liberty and science, 424

portrayed in art, 632

Christian VII, King of Denmark, 93

Christie, Gabriel, 17n

Church, Angelica Schuyler, 459

Church, Catherine

letter to, 459

letter from, 48-9

congratulates, thanked by TJ, 48-9, 459

sends regards to Mary Jefferson Eppes, 482

Church, John Barker, 459

Church of England, 413n

cider, 290

Cilley, Bradbury, 668, 671, 679

Cincinnati, Society of the, 96n, 417n

City of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania North America (William Russell Birch), xlvi

Claiborne, William C. C.

letter from, 599-600

recommended for office, 49, 666

J. T. Mason's letter to, 446n

recommends J. Irwin, 599, 600n

identified, 599n

appointed governor, 669, 671, 675

Clark, Bowling

and TJ's Poplar Forest tobacco, 8, 34, 50, 602-3

letter from cited, 603n, 690

letters to cited, 689, 690

Clark, Daniel, 677

Clark, George Rogers, 127n

Clark, Hannah Chittenden (Mrs. Isaac Clark), 114n

Clark, Isaac, 111-14, 666

Clark (Clarke), Jonas, 671, 677

Clark, William, 51n

Clarke, Caleb

letter from, 194-5

congratulates TJ, 194

identified, 195n

Clarkson, Matthew, 670, 677

Clarkson, William & Julius, 603, 640

Claxton, Thomas

letter from, 153

takes possession of President's House, 153

identified, 153n

memorial of, 684

Clay, Joseph (Pa.), 358n

Clay, Joseph, Jr. (Ga.), 52, 593, 596

Clay, Matthew, 49

Clérisseau, Charles Louis

letter from cited, 691

clerks

applications for clerkships, 64, 342-3, 356n

duties of, in State Department, 512-13

Clinton, George, 11, 64n, 212n, 419

clocks

manufacture of, 337n, 374-5

for Senate chamber, 681, 683

cloth

for military, 467-8, 469n

linen, 468

sail, 468

cassimere, 503

prices, 503

clover seed, 158, 203

Clymer, George, 261

Coalter, John, 555, 556n, 659

Coats, William

recommends J. Smith, 246n, 247n

letter from cited, 247n, 686

Cobbett, William

as P. Porcupine, 262, 656

Cochran, Charles Burnham

removal of, sought, 331, 332n, 333, 513, 657

Cochran, Robert (N.C.), 157, 319n

Cochran, Robert E. (S.C.), 332n

Cocke, Buller, 584

Cocke, William

letters from, 69-70, 174-5

seeks Cherokee cessions, x, 69-70, 174-5

as reference, 341

Coffin, Elisha, 652n

Cogswell, Thomas

letter from, 365-6

congratulates TJ, 365-6

identified, 366n

Colaud, Claude Sylvestre, 406n

Cole, Levy P., 559n

Coles, Mr., 290

Coligni family, 285

Colle (Mazzei's Va. estate), 329

Collot, Georges Henri Victor, 404, 406n

Colonna, Fabio, 497, 498n

Columbia, Bank of (Georgetown), 478

Columbia, S.C.

congratulatory address from, 194-5, 621

thanked by TJ, 409

Columbia Manufacturing Company (Washington, D.C.), 242n

Columbian Advertiser (Alexandria), 362n

Columbian Inn (Georgetown), 415n

Columbianum, 105n

Columbus, Christopher, 397

Commercial Advertiser (New York), 204n

Committee of Correspondence (New York), 212n

Common Sense (Thomas Paine), 185

Compact Maritime (Thomas Paine), 185, 241

Comte, Benjamin, 318

Condit, John

recommends aspirants for office, 183, 432

letter from cited, 432n, 685

Congregational Church, 228n, 353n

Congress, U.S.

Confederation

proposed treaty with Spain, 622, 623n

Continental

treatment of prisoners of war, 127-8n

naval affairs, 256n

supplies purchased by, 538n

House of Representatives

letter to, 25-6

elects TJ president, xlv, 3, 12n, 16-17, 20, 54, 134, 241, 383, 391, 414, 432n, 442, 681

meets in Senate chamber, xlvi

conduct of Federalists in, criticized, 16, 21, 37-8, 100, 185, 194, 442, 583-4, 588

thanked by TJ, 25, 54

clerks, 25n

committees, 25n, 54, 100, 427n

journal of, 54

speaker, 91, 118n, 321n

chaplains, 104n

and TJ's inauguration, 118n, 128-9, 134-5

doorkeeper, 153n

Legislation

Mine and Metal Company, 9-10

president's household, 23-4n, 153n

Indian cessions, 70, 174, 175-8

monument for Washington, 91

oaths of office, 120

salt springs, 123, 124n

doorkeepers, 153n

establishment of customs districts, 164, 165n, 599, 600n

fortification of ports and harbors, 164, 309n

cabinet vacancies, 181-2

Ga. boundary, 183n

postal service, 191-2

taxes, 194n, 614n

public lands, 197-8, 373-4

agricultural societies, 200

jurisdiction of D.C., 239

appropriations for army, navy, 276-7, 280-1

marines, 277n, 308n

construction of frigates, 496n

De Grasse's pension, 519n

regulation of imports, 559n

Poirey's claim, 594-5

suspension of trade with France, 615, 617n

See also Alien Friends Act (1798); Direct Tax (1798); Judiciary Act (1801); Peace Establishment Act (1801); Sedition Act (1798)

Public Opinion

actions in election of 1800 criticized, 8, 115, 156, 208, 391, 583-4

compared to conclave of cardinals, 241

sessions too long, 276

TJ compares to a "clock run down," 394

president's communications should be by letter, 620

Senate

letters to, 101-2, 131-2, 188-9

may reject TJ's nominations, vii, x, 38, 57, 614n, 621-2

and TJ's nominations, vii, x, 61n, 188-9, 190n, 226n, 259n, 557n, 614n, 643n, 664, 665, 669n

chamber, viii, xlvi, 134, 681, 683

TJ's farewell address to, viii, 101-2, 118, 681

and TJ's inauguration, viii, 117-18, 119, 128-9, 134-5

and Adams's nominations, 3n, 15n, 120n, 173n, 196, 219n, 335n, 367, 411, 412-13n, 521, 671, 675, 678, 681-4

informs Adams of election results, 12

informs Burr of election results, 12n, 681, 682

called into session by Adams, 16, 29

ratification of Convention of 1800, 21, 22n, 346-9, 378, 379n

and TJ's parliamentary manual, 54

president pro tempore, 102n

scheme to select president, 126, 127n

congratulates TJ, 131-2

adjourns, 189n, 193

records, 245

treaty with Tunis, 592n

Republican majority in, 622

bills and motions, 681-4

Coningham (Conningham, Cunningham), Cornelius

letter from, 180

appointed justice of the peace, 173n, 674

recommends More, 180

Connaissance des temps, 338

Connecticut

election of 1800, 44, 442

Federalists in, 45, 46n, 107n, 442-3, 588-90

merchants, 45n

Republicans in, 46n, 107n, 330, 353n, 442-3, 499, 588-90

Litchfield Co., 107n

and Western Reserve, 107n

emigration from, 133

churches, clergy in, 228n, 352, 588

French prisoners in, 291

marshal for, 291, 330, 590-1, 627, 671, 674n, 677, 678

commissioner of loans, 330

postmasters, postal service in, 330, 352-3, 492, 587, 627

U.S. attorney for, 330

supervisor, 352, 353n, 566, 590, 627, 669, 672, 676

TJ's election celebrated at, 353n

navy agents in, 396

shipbuilding in, 396, 398n

legislature, 499

militia, 499

and American Revolution, 571

Stratford, 583n

See also Middletown, Conn.; New Haven, Conn.; Suffield, Conn.

Connecticut (U.S. ship)

ordered to Île de France, 249

sold, 249-50n

crew to be discharged, 292n

design of, criticized, 396-7

construction of, 398n

Connecticut Land Company, 107n, 353n

Conrad & McMunn (Washington)

TJ resides at, viii, xi, 16, 134, 153n

quality of food at, 202

Republicans reside at, 256n

Supreme Court justices reside at, 595n

Constable, William, 406n

Constantinople, 561

Constellation (U.S. frigate), 349n, 647

Constitution (U.S. frigate)

Nicholson relieved of command, 471, 474, 475n

courts-martial held on board, 473

launch sold, 474n

construction of, 496

Constitution of the United States

and charters of incorporation, 9

needs "fair trial," 42

Federalists threaten, 59, 194

opposition to ratification, 71, 73n, 80n, 301n, 458n

revision and amendment called for, 85

and Adams's late-term appointments, 100

inaugural oath, 117, 119, 120, 128

TJ, Republicans best able to defend, 130, 310, 383, 442, 506

praise for, in Great Britain, 138

power, importance of states, 141, 146

and election of 1800, 144, 149, 383

election of Burr as president agreeable to, 229

and fasts and thanksgivings, 304

and treaty ratifications, 347

Convention of 1800

conveyance of ratified copy to France, viii, 3n, 209, 226, 253n, 294, 295-6, 321, 337, 340, 350, 460

exchange of ratifications, viii, 344, 346-9, 359, 405n, 421, 433, 440, 460, 616

ratified by Senate with qualifications, viii, 21, 22n, 346-9, 378, 379n, 616

terms of, 22n, 132n, 347-8, 349n

and British, French prize captures, 60, 132n, 386n

ratification by France, 61

navy commanders informed of, 132n

conveyance to French colonies, 248-9, 292n, 598n

negotiation of, 349n, 526n

nomenclature of, 448n

and free trade, 562, 563n

return of captured vessels, 598n

See also Dawson, John

Conway, Richard, 674

Cook, Mr. (Philadelphia), 377

cooks

TJ seeks to hire, 43, 268-9, 302-3, 350-1, 366-7, 430n, 449-51, 477, 478, 505, 506-7

wages, 269, 303n, 366, 449, 450

French, 477, 478

See also Julien, Honoré

Cooper, Samuel S., 379n

Cooper, Thomas

letter to, 600

letters from, 317-18, 523-4

prejudices against, 230

nominated to county judgeship, 317

reinstatement of T. Hamilton, 317-18, 523-4, 600, 665

friendship with Priestley, 392

McKean offers appointments to, 392

recommended for office, 665

Copenhagen, 616, 618n

Copland, Charles

letter from, 299-300

and annuity of Ariana Randolph, 299-300, 428

letter to cited, 299n, 686

copper

production of, 9-10, 10n

from London, 467-8

for Monticello, 595

Corcoran, Thomas, 674

corn, 602, 603n, 640

Cornwallis, Charles, Lord, 357, 365, 519n

Corny, Marguérite Victoire de Palerne de

letter to cited, 690

Cosway, Maria Hadfield (Mrs. Richard Cosway), 308n, 463n

cotton factories, 64n

cottonseed oil, 195n

Courtois, Edme Bonaventure

Rapport Fait au Nom de la Commission, 76, 77

Courts, U.S.

Circuit

District of Columbia, xlvi, 52n, 173n, 240, 242n, 244, 267-8, 312, 345, 372, 380, 382, 416-17, 439, 670, 677

First, 15, 553, 651

lists of Adams's appointments to, 15, 52

Second, Third, Fourth, 15

clerks, 47n, 242n

Fifth, 52, 332n, 389, 558, 559n, 593, 594n, 596, 620-1, 670, 676, 678-9

Sixth, 52

prosecutions by, under Sedition Act, 251

salary of judges, 267

District

clerks, 47n

list of Adams's appointments to, 52

Public Opinion

dominated by Federalists, 127, 274, 555, 604, 635, 674, 676, 677, 678, 679

and freedom of the press, 186

Supreme Court

offices of, xlvi

nominations to, 182n, 268n

justices reside at Conrad & McMunn's, 595n

Cowper, William, 606

Coxe, Charles D., 672, 677

Coxe, Furman, & Coxe, 539, 540n

Coxe, Tench

letters from, 237-8, 300-1, 410-11, 539-40, 612-14, 633-6

and election of 1800, 73n

seeks appointment, 237-8, 392, 453, 535, 612-14

political lieutenants of, 247n

writings on Jay Treaty, 300-1

"Juricola," 301n

advises on appointments, 410-11, 539-40, 633-6

articles on "Neutral Spoliations," 539

opposition to, 543n

appointed supervisor, 670

Coxe, William, 539

Crafts, William, 291, 333, 513

Craik, William, 17n

Cranch, William

appointed circuit judge, 52n, 173n, 380, 380n

administers oath to Gallatin, 614n

recommended for office, 665

Crane, Silas, 669, 669n, 673, 679

Craven, John H.

leases land, 67

letter from cited, 689

Crawford, William, 512, 513n

Creek Indians

conferences, treaties with U.S., x, 62-4, 175-8, 220, 676-7

language, 109

B. Hawkins's agency, 109-10

indebtedness of, 176-7

Crete, 561

Crèvecoeur, Michel Guillaume St. John de, 190n

Cripps, John Splatt, 333, 514

Crockett, Joseph

appointed marshal, 220, 667n, 669, 673, 676

Croft, Edward, 665, 679

Crooke, Robert, 670, 679

Cross, John, Jr., 669, 672, 678

Cross, Ralph, 672

Cuba, 538n

Cumberland River, 536

Cunningham, Cornelius. See Coningham (Conningham, Cunningham), Cornelius

Cunningham, John, 320n

Curran, Capt., 40n

Currie, James

letter from, 586-7

assists with arbitration, 586-7

Cushing, George A., 667

Cushing, Thomas

letter from Adams, 48n

Custis, Edmund

letter from, 301

seeks appointment, 301

identified, 301n

Cutting, John Browne

letter from, 618-19

congratulates TJ, 618-19

identified, 619n

Cuvier, Georges

Leçons d'Anatomie Comparée, 437-8, 511-12

"Extrait d'un ouvrage," 647n

Cyprus, 561

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