Volume 33 Index

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F

Falkener, William

letters from, 155-6, 156

forwards Warren Co. address, 155

identified, 155n

congratulates TJ, 156

Farell & Jones, 603n

Farley, Joseph, Jr., 673

Fauchet, Jean Antoine Joseph, 526n

Faw, Abraham, 173n, 674

Fay, Betsey Broome (Mrs. Joseph Fay), 571

Fay, David

appointed U.S. attorney, 125, 219, 533, 664, 668, 672, 674

Fay, Joseph

letter to, 401-2

letters from, 32-3, 570-1

congratulates, thanked by TJ, 32-3, 401-2

identified, 33n

family, 125n

TJ and Madison visit, 131n

recommends Broome, 570-1

Fay, Stephen, 125n

Fayetteville, N.C.

congratulatory address from, 156-7

TJ's election celebrated at, 157n

thanked by TJ, 319

Federal Gazette (Baltimore), 138

Federalists

judiciary dominated by, ix, 127, 260, 274, 311, 414, 437, 454, 461, 493, 555, 604, 635, 663, 672, 674, 675, 679

conciliatory measures by, distrusted, x, 79, 442, 491, 519-20, 588, 608

renewed opposition by, expected, x, 311, 442-3, 587

fear change of administration, 10n

former Loyalists among, 11, 12n, 183, 559-60, 668-9, 672, 673, 676-7

jury packing by, 11, 117n, 206, 260, 437, 454, 461, 491, 493, 658, 670n, 673, 675

conduct in House of Representatives criticized, 16, 21, 37-8, 100, 185, 208, 583-4, 588

prefer TJ to dissolution of government, 16, 33, 208

in Md., 17n, 513

in Philadelphia, 19, 535

in Pa., 29, 41, 71, 78-9, 79-80, 106n, 206-7n, 523-4

demise of, predicted, 38, 185-6, 256-7, 337-8

called tories, British party, 41, 59, 126, 127

removal of, expected, urged, 41, 63, 78-80, 85-6, 206, 256-8, 311, 356, 588-90, 633-6, 657

associated with monarchy, 42, 84, 102, 126, 256, 257, 261, 442, 465-6

in Conn., 45, 46n, 107n, 442, 588-90

lose public support, 46-7, 126, 127, 185, 208-9, 289, 338

interfere with postal service, 47, 587, 654n, 655, 658

called oligarchs, 57

Constitution threatened by, 59, 194

divided by election, 66-7, 208, 215, 257, 289, 353-4, 402-3

called aristocrats, 71, 112, 123-4, 125, 559, 588

hope to intimidate TJ, 74-5

merit no respect, 86

music composed for, 99n

seized by frenzy, madness, 102, 337-8

in Vt., 112, 125, 130, 533

Scots merchants as, 123, 125n

in Va., 123-4

compromise with impossible, 126, 588

reactions to inaugural address, 137, 216, 261

misunderstand term "federalism," 152

in N.C., 165n

Essex Junto, 167

in Mass., 167, 337-8, 442, 597, 655-6

threaten, remove Republican subordinates, 184n, 212n, 317, 341, 343n, 458, 493, 523-4, 535, 560, 561n, 584-5, 665, 675

in N.J., 196n, 432n, 477n

enemies of science and philosophy, 197, 393, 423-4

navy dominated by, 234, 473-4

removal of, for political opinions unjust, 256-7, 286, 356, 366, 414, 493, 633

stigmatized by Alien Law, 298

in N.Y., 309n

and France, 337, 341

and Great Britain, 337, 657n

in New England, 338, 367, 399, 423, 466, 652

criticize Dawson's appointment, 350, 460

appointment of, opposed, 354-5

heads of departments should render accounts, 355-6

in army, 369

talents, accomplishments of, 372

monopolize public offices, 436, 493, 588-90, 635-6

in S.C., 513-14, 623

support among, for TJ's administration, 535, 578

in N.H., 560, 669, 675

as political "Jesuits," 588

conduct in office criticized, 590

in Del., 629n

printers, newspapers, 656

Fenner, Arthur, 412n

Fenwick, Joseph

letters from, 402, 596

conduct as consul, 334-5, 402, 596

writes to wife, 615

candidate for office, 666

letter from cited, 689

Fenwick, Mrs. Joseph, 615

Ferdinand IV, King of Naples (and King of Sicily), 363, 364n

Ferguson, Hugh, 246n

Ferrall, Patrick, 479n

fever, 41

See also yellow fever

Fielding, Mr. (carriage maker), 601

Findlay, James, 676

Findley, Mary Cochran, 78

Findley, William

letter to, 427-8

letters from, 77-80, 178-80

advises on appointments, 77-80, 178-80, 427-8

recommends Bryan, 78-9, 387

identified, 80n

fireplaces

improvements to, 221-4

First Presbyterian Church (Philadelphia), 206n

Fish, Nicholas, 330, 669, 673, 678

Fitch, Jabez G.

removal of, 111, 666, 668, 673-4

marshal for Vt., 533, 534n

Fitch, Jonathan, 46n

FitzGerald, Thomas

recommends Vandegrift, 315-16n

letter from cited, 315n

Fitzhugh, William, 452n, 674

FitzSimons, Thomas, 68, 666, 667n

Flamand, James, 96, 98, 449, 450

Flanders, 467

flax, 467

Fleming, John

letter from cited, 64-5n, 686

seeks clerkship, 64n

Florence, Italy, 631

Florida

boundary with Ga., 175

marking of U.S.-Spanish boundary, 372n

British East Florida, 413n

efforts to annex, by U.S., 654n

Spanish militia in, 654n

Folsome, Nathaniel, 220n, 669, 672, 679

Forbes, John & Bennet (New York), 412

Forbes, John Murray

seeks appointment, 173n, 411-12, 666

appointed consul, 412-13n, 677, 678

replaced as commercial agent, 671, 676

Forbes, Ralph Bennet

partnership with brother, 412

defends brother, 413n

letter from cited, 413n, 686

signs address to Monroe, 413n

Ford, Paul Leicester, 135

forgeries

letters, 48n, 654n

paintings, 631n

Forrest, Richard, 173n, 320n

Forrest, Uriah

business partner of Stoddert, 19n

as reference, 231

death of, 242n

sale of D.C. lots, 480, 481n, 509-10

surety for Md. loan, 480, 509-10

Fortune, Michael

"Jefferson and Liberty," 99n

Fosdick, Nathaniel, 673

Foster, Dwight, 181n, 412n

Foster, Theodore

letters from, 411-13, 650-1

recommends aspirants for office, 411-13, 664, 666-7

identified, 412n

sends news of R.I. politics, 650-1

letter from cited, 664

Foster, William, Jr., 173n, 671, 678

Fowler, John

letter from cited, 667n, 686

recommends Wilkins, 667n

Fox, Charles James, 455-6

Fox (snow), 563n

France

Art

Americans study in France, 434

Economy

cloth production, 468

food prices, 468

arms purchased from, 534-5

Foreign Relations

with Spain, 295n, 384-6, 404-6, 457, 562, 563n

expeditionary force to Saint-Domingue, 519n

French legation at The Hague, 526n

and Canada, 536n

and Ottoman Empire, 561, 563

Navy

potential sea power, 94

Spain to build ships for, 406n

Politics and Government

outcome of French Revolution, 87-8, 89

opposition to Jesuits, 241n

coup of 18 Brumaire, 345n

as a republic, 547-8

Science and Learning

influence of French military science, 210, 211n, 218, 308n

new books available in U.S., 437

National Institute of Arts and Sciences, 647n

U.S. Relations with

interference with U.S. shipping, commerce, vii, 170, 171-2, 249, 334, 335n, 384-5, 457, 564

U.S. minister to, viii, ix, 3, 3n, 16, 30-1, 61, 94, 188-9, 226n, 255, 314, 349, 359, 405n, 412, 413n, 440, 457, 615-16, 671, 674

prospects for tobacco trade, 7, 542, 641

resumption of trade, 7, 347, 412, 418, 461, 599n, 615, 617n

indemnification and spoliation issues, 22n, 60, 132n, 170, 172, 349n, 665

French as U.S. consuls, 88, 89

French legation in U.S., 99n, 526n

U.S. commercial agents in, 173n, 266, 331, 397, 666-7, 671, 672, 676

U.S. consul general to, 226n, 627, 666

U.S. merchants in, 266

disrupted communications, 270, 378

French prisoners in U.S., 273, 278, 291, 347

Federalists and, 337, 341

TJ pursues friendly relations with France, 348

secretary of U.S. legation, 397, 433, 457, 607-8, 624-5, 675

and Louisiana, 404-6, 654n

French ministers to U.S., 408, 526n, 598n, 617n

and recall of Monroe, 412, 413n

French attitudes toward U.S., 469n

respect for TJ in France, 515-16, 516-17

riot among sailors at Norfolk, 527, 545

French role in American Revolution, 594n

American politics in French press, 615, 617n

and Mississippi Valley, 616, 617n, 654n

Americans in French army, 653

See also Convention of 1800; XYZ affair

War with Britain and Second Coalition

acquires Belgium, 87, 89

Austria capitulates, 87, 89, 203, 204n

in Egypt, 87, 89, 562, 563n

left bank of Rhine ceded to France, 87, 89

prospects of peace with Britain, 87, 89, 297, 421

Treaty of Lunéville, 87, 89, 561, 653

French successes in Germany, 130, 131n

spreads republicanism in Europe, 130-1

news of French victories, 203, 204n

TJ hopes for speedy termination of, 348

armistice with Naples, 363, 364n

poetry composed in commemoration of, 451n

treatment of neutral nations, commerce, 562, 563n

Francis, John, 288n

Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor, 87, 89, 90n, 561-2

Franck, George

letter from cited, 690

Franklin, Benjamin, 241

Franklin Society of Pendleton (S.C.), 455n

Frederick II, King of Prussia (Frederick the Great), 90, 91n, 444

Frederick William II, King of Prussia, 375

Frederick William III, King of Prussia, 94, 616

Fredonia Rebellion, 641n

Freeman, John, 507, 508n, 531, 605

Freire, Cipriano Ribeiro, 96, 98

Frelinghuysen, Frederick, 183, 196, 219, 671, 676

French and Indian War, 373

French language

TJ's inaugural address printed in, 138

taught in U.S., studied by Americans, 266

spoken by commercial agents in France, 412

French Revolution

history of, 21

brought instability to France, 89

support for in U.S., 212n

Friends, Society of, 446n, 492

Frost, Amariah

seeks appointment, 319-20

letters from cited, 319-20n, 686

Fulton, Robert, 10n

Fulton, Samuel

letter from, 653-4

seeks appointment, 653-4

and French intrigues in Mississippi Valley, 654n

Furman, Moore, 539, 540n

furniture

for President's House, 23-4n, 153n

purchased by TJ, 306n

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