Volume 33 Index

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G

Gadsby, John, 271

Gadsby's Hotel (Alexandria), 236n, 271n

Gaines, Mr., 659

Gallatin, Albert

letter to, 372

letters from, 197-8, 275-7, 637

Personal Affairs

as reference, 212-13, 330, 623

and S. Nicholson, 474-5

visits New Geneva, 614n, 637

prepares for residence in Washington, 637

Secretary of the Treasury

appointed, vii, x, 329, 670, 675

appointment delayed, vii, 255, 260, 271, 505, 506

sketch of public finances, x, 275-81

attends cabinet meetings, xi, 220, 232

confusion over Perth Amboy collectorship, 184n

recommends clarifying Land Act of 1800, 197-8

applications to, for appointments, 217n, 231n, 387-8, 668n

and TJ's appointments, 219, 413

and Harper's Letter, 372

collectors to render accounts, 514n

respect for, among Federalists, 535

and Coxe, 614n

Senate may reject nomination of, 614n

Burr writes to, 626, 628n

commissioner to settle Yazoo claims, 678

Gallatin, Hannah Nicholson, 475n

Galloway, Benjamin

letter from, 281-2

recommends Rochester, 281-2

Ganganelli, Giovanni Vincenzo Antonio (Pope Clement XIV), 241

Ganges (U.S. ship), 248-50, 690

Gantt, Edward

letter from cited, 290n, 686

recommends Parrott, 290n

Gantt, Thomas, 672, 677

Gardiner, John

letter from, 64-5

seeks clerkship, 64-5

identified, 64n

Gardner, William (N.H.)

replaced, restored as commissioner of loans, 219, 560, 664, 669, 672, 675

letter from cited, 690

Gardner, William P., 108, 665, 679

Gardoqui, Diego de, 622, 623n

Garrett, Mr. (Milton, Va.), 92-3

Gassaway, John, 217, 218n

Gates, Horatio

letter to, 215

TJ explains political principles to, 215

Gautier, Jean Antoine, 370, 370n

Gazette of the United States (Philadelphia), 136, 358n

Gelston, David

associated with Burr, 11

candidate, appointed collector, 11, 330-2, 389, 390n, 419, 669, 672, 676

General Greene (U.S. frigate), 545

General Putnam (schooner), 407

Genesee River Valley, N.Y., 282, 464, 467, 468n

Genet, Edmond Charles, 526n, 654n

George III, King of Great Britain

illness of, 90n, 597, 598n

lacks humility, 305

George Tavern (Philadelphia), 227, 387

Georgetown, D.C.

merchants, 19n, 231, 289n, 339, 402n

Federalists board at, 126, 127n

inns, 133n, 415n

printers, 133n

proprietors, 205

collector at, 231, 289, 290n, 670, 672, 677

yellow fever in, 231n

notaries, 240

manufacturers, 290n

attorneys, 380n

stagecoaches, 415n

banks, 478

land speculation in, 508

price of tobacco at, 542

rivalry with Alexandria, 575n

flour and tobacco inspectors, 681

See also District of Columbia

Georgia

seeks Creek cessions, x, 175-8, 220

settlement patterns in, 175, 177

Tallassee Co., 175, 177, 178n

boundaries, 175-6, 183, 220

legislature, 175-8, 479n

and American Revolution, 192

King's Council, 192

loan officer, 220

timber for navy vessels from, 263-4

Republicans in, 479n

land speculation in, 521

attorney general, 593

Superior Court, 593

U.S. attorney for, 593-4, 668, 672, 679

U.S. district court, 593-4n, 670, 677

marshal for, 668, 672, 679

commissioner of loans, 670, 677

Brunswick collectorship, 673

and Yazoo claims, 678

See also Savannah, Ga.

Gérard, Conrad Alexandre, 373-4

Gérard de Rayneval, Joseph Mathias

letter to, 373-4

presses claim of brother's family, 373-4

German language

publications in, 71, 529

TJ's inaugural address printed in, 138

decline of, in U.S., 529

German Reformed Church (Philadelphia), xlvii, 99n, 224n

German Republican Society (Philadelphia), 543n

German states

French gains in, 130, 131n

immigrants from, 374-5, 529n, 543n

Germantown, battle of, 116

Gerry, Ann Thompson (Mrs. Elbridge Gerry), 492, 656

Gerry, Catharine, 656

Gerry, Elbridge

letter to, 490-2

letters from, 56-8, 655-6

recommends W. Lee, 56-8, 225n, 419, 666

26 Jan. 1799 letter to, 135, 492n

candidate for governor, 338, 339n, 520, 558, 597, 598n, 655

as reference, 379

exchanges news, advises on politics, 490-2, 655-6

Geyer, Andrew, Jr., 247n

Gibbon, Edward, 647

Gibbs, Caleb, 473, 474n

Gibbs, George, 396

Gibout, John, 672

Gibson & Jefferson

letter to, 461-2

and sale of TJ's tobacco, 8, 461-2

handle TJ's business affairs in Richmond, 36, 37, 460, 461-2, 478-9, 595

TJ's account with, 639-40

See also Jefferson, George

Gilbert, Cass, 205n

Giles, Aquila

replaced as marshal, 11, 12n, 330, 668, 673, 675

cares for French prisoners, 291

Giles, William Branch

letter to, 413-15

letter from, 310-12

advises on appointments, x, 310-12, 413-15

resigns from Congress, 117n

as reference, 494

Gilpin, George

appointed justice of the peace, 173n, 674

appointed judge, 368, 675

recommends C. Moore, 452n

Girard, Stephen, 431n

Glasgow, 331, 333n, 667, 676

Glenholmes, Mary

letter from, 242-4

seeks favor from TJ, 242-4

Globe (ship), 474n

Glover, James, 331

Godoy y Álvarez de Faria, Manuel de

adviser to king of Spain, 294, 295, 483, 484, 485, 549, 550

given title prince of the peace, 295n

Goforth, William, 671, 677

Goliah (1731-1810, TJ's slave), 570

Goodrich, Elizur

and New Haven collectorship, 45, 46n, 219, 232, 330, 489-90, 493, 498, 566, 588, 596, 671, 675, 682

Goodwin (Goodwyn), Charles

letter from, 657-8

advises on S.C. appointments, 513

seeks appointment, 657-8

identified, 658n

Gordon, Ambrose, 668, 672, 679

Gordon, Nathaniel, 604, 642

Gourlay, Robert

letter from, 39-40

executor of Ariana Randolph's estate, 39-40

Graham, James G., 199, 325, 327n

Graham, John, 335, 677

Grandcour, Comte de

letter from cited, 691

Granger, Gideon

letter to, 492-4

letters from, 441-3, 587-91

advises on Conn. appointments, 232, 492-4, 587-91

recommended for office, 330

forwards address, sends political news, 442-3

conveys letters from TJ, 443n

appointed postmaster general, 670, 677

grapes, 328, 430-1

Grasse, Alexandre François Auguste de, Comte

letter from, 517-19

seeks federal appointment, 517-19

identified, 519n

Grasse, François Joseph Paul de, Comte de Grasse and Marquis de Grasse-Tilly, 517-19

Grasset de Saint-Sauveur, Jacques

Encyclopédie des Voyages, 75-6, 253-4

Grattan, Robert, 52, 556n, 672, 677

Gray, Thomas, 52

Great Britain

Agriculture

Board of Agriculture, 598n

Art

Americans study, in Britain, 434

Conflict with League of Armed Neutrality

embargo of Baltic ports, 203, 204n

league checks British power, 451n

British treatment of neutral nations, commerce, 467

and provisions shortage in Britain, 467

Britain will resist claims of, 597

on brink of war with, 599n

battle of Copenhagen, 616, 617n

Economy

source of investment capital, 9

baneful effects of manufacturing and commerce, 287-8

shortage of grain, 421, 467, 556

cloth production in, 467-8

food prices, 468

copper coinage, 522

dominance of manufactures in world markets, 562

stoppage of specie issues, 648, 649n

Foreign Relations

Ottoman Empire, 561-3

Portugal, 562, 563n

Denmark, 618n

Navy

attacks Danish fleet, 616, 618n

impressment of American seamen, 617n

in American Revolution, 645

Politics and Government

change of ministry, 87, 89, 90n, 501, 597, 598n, 648

"Meal Tub Plot," 208, 209n

opposition to American Revolution, 455

Science and Learning

deficient in military science, 218

meridian at Greenwich, 581

Society

Grand Tour of Europe, 631n

U.S. Relations with

interference with U.S. shipping, 30-1, 41, 68n, 93-4, 185, 240, 278, 280, 363-4, 467-9, 501, 552, 562, 597

and Federalists, 41, 337, 657n

treatment of prisoners of war, 126-8, 645

reaction to TJ's inaugural address, 138

undue influence of British in U.S., 185, 261

resolution of debt claims, 190, 275-6

TJ seeks friendly relations with, 190, 402

delayed appointment of new minister to U.S., 190n

land speculation in U.S., 373-4

refuses to issue exequatur, 379n

U.S. minister to, 398

would exploit French occupation of Louisiana, 405n

immigrants to U.S., 406n, 455n, 645, 658n

reforms admiralty courts, 468, 469n, 552

capture of the Niger, 470-1, 475n

Olive Branch affair, 534-6

violates U.S. territory, 558, 559n, 604

U.S. embargo suggested, 562

U.S. should stand up to Britain, 562

American politics in British press, 615, 618n

See also Jay Treaty

War with France

prospects for peace, 87, 89, 421, 467, 501, 597

defense against French invasion, 218n

and Two Sicilies, 363-4, 564n, 586n

check on British power, 451n

and Egypt, 561, 563n

Green, Thomas, Sr., 49

Greene, Nathanael, 162n, 539

Greene, Ray

appointed district judge, 15

receives erroneous commission, 553, 604, 651, 675

Greenleaf, James, 122n, 480, 481n, 508-9

Greenleaf, Thomas, 27

Greenwich, England, 580, 581

Gregg, Andrew, 29n, 79, 178, 387, 666

Gregorie, John

letter from, 444

seeks appointment, 444

Gregory, Uriah M.

letter from cited, 691

Grenville, William Wyndham, Lord, 90n, 468

Grey, Charles, 571

Griffin, Cyrus

letter to, 254

letter from, 157

congratulates, thanked by TJ, 157, 254

as Indian commissioner, 176, 178n

Griffith, Thomas W., 173n

Griffith, William, 15

Griffiths, Elijah

letter to, 402-3

letter from, 40-2

opinions on domestic, foreign affairs, 40-2, 402-3

Grimes, James, 377

Griswold, Stanley

Truth its own test, 106

Overcoming Evil, 353n

Grymes, Ariana, 40

Grymes, Charles Wyndham, 40

Grymes, John Randolph, 40n

Grymes, Mary, 40

Grymes, Philip Ludwell

letter to, 428-9

Ariana Randolph annuity, 40, 299-300, 428-9

Grymes, Susanna Randolph, 40n

Guadeloupe, W.I.

French prizes taken to, 60n

U.S. Navy stationed at, 132n

commercial agent at, 267n, 667, 676

governor of, 406n

circular letter sent to, 598n

Guercino, 630-2

Guidi family, 285

Gulliver's Travels (Jonathan Swift), 393

gunboats, 166n

Gustav IV Adolf, King of Sweden, 93-4

 
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