Volume 33 Index

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M

McAllister, Matthew

letter from, 593-4

seeks appointment, 593-4

identified, 593n

McClean, Archibald

seeks appointment, 123-4

letter from cited, 124n

McClean, Mary Jones (Mrs. Archibald McClean), 123

McCleary, Michael, 668, 669n, 671, 679

McClung, William, 52

McConnell, James, 673

McDowell, Samuel, Jr.

replaced as marshal, 220, 666, 667n, 669, 673, 676

McElroy, George Washington, 678

McGillivray, Alexander, 62, 64n, 177n

McGuire, Thomas, 80n

McHenry, James, 164

McKean, James, 246n

McKean, Robert, 666

McKean, Thomas

letters to, 229-30, 453-4

letters from, 28-9, 391-3

patronage practices, x, 5, 41, 86, 105-6, 247n, 392

election of 1800 and Pa. politics, 28-9, 229-30, 391-3

appointments as governor, 29n, 317, 358n

elected governor, 71, 73n, 179, 247n, 248

recommends aspirants for office, 72, 612, 665, 667

acrimony against, 105, 246, 543n

Irujo's father-in-law, 351, 392

Irujo's recall and Pa. appointments, 453-4

as reference, 538, 539, 646

letter from cited, 644n

McKeen, Levi, 332n

McLane, Allen, 3-4n, 191, 219

McLane, Allen (judge), 4n

Maclay, Samuel

letter from cited, 72n, 685

Maclure, William, 341

McMillan, William, 676

McMunn, Mr., 530, 531

See also Conrad & McMunn (Washington)

McMurdo & Fisher (Richmond)

purchase TJ's tobacco, 7, 50, 461, 639

letter from Jackson & Wharton, 34n

Macon, Nathaniel

letters from, 620-1, 637

advises on N.C. appointments, policies, 620-1, 637

identified, 621n

letter from cited, 621n

recommends Potter, 621n

McPherson, William, 458, 612, 614

McRee, Griffith J., 670, 678

Madeira

wine, 258, 360, 420-1, 554, 584

consul at, 626, 628n, 666, 667n

Madison, Ambrose, 207

Madison, Dolley Payne Todd

TJ sends regards to, 16, 256, 605, 642, 659

and Sarah McKean Irujo, 430

Madison, Francis, 207, 207n

Madison, James

letters to, 16-17, 255-6, 452, 604-5, 642, 658-9

letters from, 99-101, 207, 630

Congress

Dawson successor to, 253n

and Poirey's claim, 594n

Personal Affairs

death of father, vii, 99, 207, 255

health of, vii, 566, 596, 630, 642

regards sent to, 33

prepares for residence in Washington, 99-101, 604-5, 606, 630, 642

executor of father's estate, 207

slaveowner, 218

difficulties in procuring housing, 256, 595

Coxe sends book to, 539

Politics

forwards Gelston's letter, 12n

calls for departmental returns, 100

criticizes Adams, 100

and Mass. elections, 598n

President

appointments by, 182n, 268n, 352n, 625n

Relations with Jefferson

1791 trip to northern states, 131n

and TJ's inaugural address, 135, 137-8

TJ sells slave to, 508n

TJ visits, 566

TJ sends travel advice to, 658-9

Secretary of State

appointed, vii, x, 188, 218, 268, 329, 617n, 671, 674

applications to, for appointment, 163n, 333n, 390n, 419-20, 452n, 514n, 669n

delayed arrival in Washington, 182n, 187, 202, 253, 255, 260, 271, 293, 294, 321, 329, 346, 402, 413, 506

receives consular reports, 250n

arrangement of TJ's cabinet, 255-6, 452

signs letters of credence, 259n

indemnification for loss of Insurgente, 349n

American prizes in Cadiz, 386n

and cession of Louisiana to France, 406n

territorial violations by the British, 559n

and Callender's fine, 574-5n

conduct of Fenwick, 596

Priestman's case, 604

as reference, 622, 623

Burr writes to, 626, 628n

and Fulton, 654n

commissioner to settle Yazoo claims, 678

See also, State, U.S. Department of

Madison, Bishop James

and Mazzei, 329

letter from cited, 691

Madison, James, Sr.

death of, vii, 99, 207, 255, 329

Magill, Charles, 15n, 556n, 683

Magoffin, James

letter from, 417-19

sends copy of Chipman's Sketches, 417-19

Magoffin & Son (Philadelphia), 418n

Maher, Edward

porter at President's House, 504n, 531n

complains of mistreatment, 530-1, 531, 605

Maine

marshal for, 219, 375-7

Penobscot collectorship, 219, 669, 673, 677

U.S. attorney for, 219, 521, 668, 670, 677

isolation of, 304

merchants, 375

Columbia, 652

Kennebunk inspectorship, 671, 677

Portland collectorship, 673

Waldoborough collectorship, 673

Malartic, Anne Joseph Hypolite, 379n

Malta

Russia to retain control of, 87, 89

Britain captures, controls, 363, 561

consul at, 676

Mancius, George, 192, 194n

Manhattan Company, 309

Mansfield, William Murray, Lord, 438n, 455

Manual of Parliamentary Practice. For the Use of the Senate of the United States (Thomas Jefferson), 54

manufacturing

promotion of, 85, 93, 169, 247n, 431n

maps

of Indian lands, 109

Alexandria, Va., 205n

"Appropriation Map" of Federal District, 205n

Marbury, William, 264-5, 272, 291-2

Marengo, battle of, 653

Marine Insurance Company of Alexandria, 235n

Marines, U.S.

reduction of, 275, 277n, 281

expenses of, 278, 281

barracks for, 307-8

Marion, Francis, 195n

"Married Female" (pseudonym)

letter from, 548-9

congratulates TJ, 548-9

Marseilles, France

commercial agent at, 173n, 419, 551, 563, 564, 671, 676

merchants, 564n

Marsh, Charles

replaced as U.S. attorney, 125, 533, 534n, 668, 672, 674

Marsh, Daniel

appointed collector, 669, 672, 676

drowns, 670, 679

Marshall, James M., 52n, 173n, 380, 380n

Marshall, John

letter to, 119-20

letter from, 120-1

appointed chief justice, vii, 120n, 671, 674

continues as secretary of state, vii, 119, 120, 121n

letter from Adams, 47, 48n

family, 47n

as secretary of state, 68n, 169, 171, 250, 379

administers oath of office to TJ, 119, 120, 134

letters to, from cited, 120-1n, 685

reaction to inaugural address, 137

recommends W. Lee, 225-6n, 666

leaves Washington, 595

resides at Conrad & McMunn's, 595n

and John Monroe, 643n

Marshall, William, 46, 47-8n

Martin (b. 1777, TJ's slave), 641-2

Martin, James

letter from, 44

recommends J. Lewis, 44, 379

Martin, Thomas, 561n, 669, 672, 675

Maryland

casts blank ballots, 3, 17n, 20

and election of 1800, 3, 4n, 16, 17n, 20

Federalists in, 17n, 513n

Frederick Co., 73n

legislature, 73n, 203n, 282n, 380n, 509, 510n

Republicans in, 73n, 268n

marshal for, 134, 219, 668, 673, 675

British vice consul at, 190n

judges, 202-3, 244

Prince George's Co., 202-3n

merchants, 203

courts, 203n, 268n, 417

preparation of food in, 222

governor, 239, 546-7

loan to D.C. commissioners, 276, 480-1, 509, 510-11n, 546-7

Hagerstown, 282n

French prisoners in, 291

postal service, 380

sheriffs, 390n

attorneys, 417n

chancellor, 417n

Council of State, 546-7

health officer, 683

See also Allegany Co., Md.; Baltimore

Maryland (U.S. sloop)

carries Dawson to France, viii, 340, 362, 382, 485, 486

ordered to give passage to Paine, 359

Maryland Point, 545, 546n

Maryland Republican (Annapolis), 579n

Mason, John (Georgetown merchant)

recommended by S. Smith, 339

as reference, 341, 379, 646

partnership with Fenwick, 402, 402n

appointed justice of the peace, 674

Mason, John Thomson

letters from, 380, 508-11

recommends aspirants for office, 202, 380, 667

letter from cited, 203n, 686

as reference, 231, 341, 446, 540

appointed U.S. attorney, 238n, 312, 380n, 664, 671, 675

identified, 380n

sale of D.C. lots, 508-11

Mason, Jonathan, 102n, 118n

Mason, Stevens Thomson

as reference, 231n, 341, 446

relation to J. T. Mason, 238, 380n

recommends E. Jones, 667

Massac

customs district, 599, 600n, 670, 671, 676, 678, 683

Massachusetts

U.S. attorney for, 15, 16, 219, 245-6, 596, 672, 675, 677

lieutenant governor, 48n, 66n, 182n

governors, 56n, 182n, 520, 655

legislature, 56n, 66n, 520, 558

emigration from, 133

influence in Vt., 133

Federalists in, 167, 338, 442, 597, 655-6

midnight appointments in, 167

governor's council, 168n, 182n

presidential electors, 168n

Dedham, 252n

justices of the peace, 320n

Republicans in, 338, 442, 519-21, 558, 597, 598n, 655-6

and American Revolution, 366n, 377n, 571

elections in, 379, 520, 558, 597, 598n, 655-6

attorneys, 411-12

election of 1800, 442

prejudice against southerners, 473

marshal for, 596, 626, 628n

secretary of, 638

Salem and Beverly collection district, 670, 673

Gloucester customs district, 672

Newburyport collectorship, 672

Plymouth collectorship, 673

See also Boston

Massachusetts (ship), 474n

mastodon

skeleton sought for APS, 19-20, 511

remains discovered in Hudson Valley, 20n, 325, 327n, 511, 557, 608

called "mammoth," 199, 323-7, 608

distinct from the elephant, 199, 327n

teeth of, 199, 323-5, 497, 608, 609n

appearance of, 325

believed extinct, 325-6

TJ on, 326, 327n

Mather, Ralph

letter from, 467-9

seeks appointment, 467-9, 469n

letter from cited, 469n, 687

Mathers, James, 153n

Matlack, Timothy, 73n

Mattawoman Creek, 545-6

Matthieu, John S. M., 364, 365n

Mattoon, Ebenezer, 320n

Mauritius. See Île de France (Mauritius)

Maury, Fontaine, 3n

Maury, James, 266, 267n

Maxwell, George

appointed U.S. attorney, 183, 184n, 196n, 671, 676

Mayer, Jacob, 644, 667

Mazzei, Philip

letter to, 328-9

prints Italian version of inaugural address, 138

TJ's letter of 24 Apr. 1796, 229n

exchanges seeds, plants with TJ, 328

marriage of, 328

finances of, 328-9

TJ's correspondence with, 328-9

Meade, David, 311-12

Meade, Elizabeth Randolph, 311, 312n

Meade, Everard

candidate for office, 665

letters from cited, 667n, 691

Meade, George

letters from, 8-9, 367-8

supports TJ's election, 8-9

advises on appointments, 367-8

"Meal Tub Plot" (1679), 208, 209n

Mease, James, 381n

Mease, Sarah Butler

letter to, 454

letter from, 380-2

opposes Hall's removal, 381, 454

identified, 381-2n

Medical Repository (New York), 20n, 200n

medicine

physicians, 13n, 111, 288n, 381n, 395n, 407, 543n

pleurisy, 41

plague, 172n

medical schools, education, 288n

See also fever; yellow fever

Mediterranean Sea

navy squadron sent to, xi, 233, 298n, 597

vessels warned to stay out of, 365n

megalonyx, 200, 325-6, 327n

Memoirs of the Late Reverend Theophilus Lindsey (Thomas Belsham), 395n

Mendenhall, Thomas

letter from, 644-6

seeks appointment, 644-6

congratulates TJ, 646n

letter from cited, 646n, 685

Mennonites, 233n, 498n

Mentges, Francis

letter from, 161-2

accused of Federalist sympathies, 124

seeks appointment, 161-2

identified, 162n

Mercer, John F.

letter from, 217-19

family of, 10, 11n

advises on appointments, military affairs, 217-19

Meredith, Mr. (Philadelphia), 377

Meredith, Margaret Cadwalader (Mrs. Samuel Meredith), 547-8

Meredith, Samuel, 547-8, 670, 678

Merry, Anthony, 191n

Methodists, 163n, 243

Miami Exporting Company (Cincinnati), 166n

Middletown, Conn.

French prisoners at, 291

shipbuilding at, 398n

Federalists at, 588

collector at, 590, 627, 669, 672, 678

Mifflin, Thomas, 78, 105

Mifflin, Fort, 162n

millennialism, 227n

Miller, Mr. (Philadelphia), 467

Miller, Henry

replaced as supervisor, 78, 179, 219, 237, 344n, 392, 410, 453, 614, 665, 669, 673, 676

dismisses Republican subordinates, 317, 523-4

Miller, John (S.C.)

letter from, 455-6

congratulates TJ, 455

identified, 455n

Miller, John C., 512, 513n

Miller, Phineas, 263

Miller, Sylvanus, 20n

Miller, William, 410, 411n, 614

Millet, J. B., 386n

mills

grain, 282n, 435n

in western N.Y., 282n

spinning and carding, 290n

paper, 497

Milton, John

Paradise Lost, 185-6, 186n

Milton, Va.

merchants, 65n

tobacco sent from, 92, 619

shipments received at, 290

tobacco inspection at, 603, 628

letters sent by way of, 654n

Minchin, John

account with TJ, 182

identified, 182n

signs petition, 400n

Mine and Metal Company, 9

Minor, John, Jr.

letter from cited, 687

Minot, George R., 666, 668n

Mint, U.S.

applications for employment in, 100, 186n, 422, 423n, 521-2, 522-3, 544, 563, 666

expenses of, 277

establishment of, 343, 423n

continues at Philadelphia, 422

director of, 422, 423n, 522, 544, 667

treasurer of, 422, 423n, 667

and depiction of Liberty on coins, 423n

Mississippi Company, 373

Mississippi River

French interest in, 404, 616, 617n, 654n

U.S. rights to navigate, 622, 623n

Mississippi Territory

organization of, 49n

Natchez, 70n

governor of, 133, 353n, 382, 439, 477, 599n, 666, 669, 671, 673, 675

land agents, 331

disputed land claims in, 353n

yellow fever in, 353n

French gather information on, 406n

U.S. district court for, 442, 521

secretary, 671

Mitchel, George

letter from cited, 691

Mitchell, David Brydie, 668, 672, 679

Mitchell, John (Georgetown)

letter from, 231

seeks appointment, 231

identified, 231n

letters from cited, 231n

Mitchell, John (N.J.), 173n, 666, 672, 677

Mitchill, Samuel Latham

publishes Medical Repository, 20n

carries Providence address, reply, 188n, 476n

letters to, from cited, 188n, 476n, 686

scientific research, 200n

molasses, 93

Môle St. Nicolas, W.I., 467

Molier, Henry, 678

Molton, Michael, 157, 319n

monarchy

weakness of, as form of government, 261

Moniteur (Paris), 617n

Monmouth, battle of, 365

Monroe, Eliza, 116

Monroe, Elizabeth Kortright (Mrs. James Monroe), 116, 209

Monroe, James

letter to, 208-9

letters from, 126-8, 182-3, 256-8, 334-5, 353-6, 419-20, 543-4, 657

as minister to France, viii, 226n, 334-5, 370n, 412, 413n, 654n

advises on appointments, x, 256-8, 353-6, 419-20, 657

warns of Federalist intransigence, x, 126-7

informed of election results, 3n

Albemarle Co. property, 126, 356

reaction to inaugural address, 137-8

Legaux writes to, 160, 161, 431

recommends aspirants to office, 182-3, 413n, 419-20, 543-4, 666

and Callender's fine, 216, 574

TJ to meet with, 230

family, 253n, 341, 643n

secretaries for, 309, 625n

defends Fenwick's conduct, 334-5, 402

View, 335n, 412, 413n, 654n

health of, 353

letters to, from cited, 420n, 654n, 657n, 687, 689

as congressman, 622, 623n

as reference, 653

and Fulton, 654n

and recall of King, 657n

and John Monroe, 659

Monroe, John

letter to, 643

letter from, 659-60

appointed U.S. attorney, 643, 659-60, 671, 675

identified, 643n

Montesquieu, Charles Louis de Secondat, Baron de, 403

Montgomery, Daniel, 247n

Montgomery, Richard, 244

Montgomery Co., Ky.

congratulatory address from, 583-4

Monthly Magazine (London), 138

Monticello

TJ invites family to, 21, 37, 350, 459-60, 570, 611, 641

wagons, carts at, 22-3, 641

mules, 23

brickmason at, 23n

kitchen oven at, 23n

slaves at, 23n, 36, 37, 214, 570, 611, 641

carpenters, housejoiners at, 35-6, 265n, 478-9, 603n

management of work at, 35-6, 67

renovation and expansion of, 35-6, 570, 675

distance from Richmond, 36

glass doors for, 36

sashes for, 36, 265

groceries and supplies for, 37, 93, 462, 570, 602, 603n

efforts to clear land for Craven's lease, 67

stone, brickwork at, 67

various visitors to, 241n, 477-8, 598n

wine cellar, 290

wine sent to, 290

and Tarleton's raid, 369n

horses delivered to, 482

plastering, 531

biannual visits to, planned by TJ, 570, 641

garden at, 570, 641

copper for, 595

smoke house, 641

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Nailery; Jefferson, Thomas: Slaveholder; Jefferson, Thomas: Travels

Montmoranci family, 285

Montpelier

TJ visits, 566

Moody, John

letter from, 53

congratulates TJ, 53

letter from cited, 690

Moody & Price (Milton), 65n

Moody & Price (Richmond), 65n

moon, 580-1

Moore, Andrew, 672, 677

Moore, Cleon, 173n, 451, 675

Moore, George, 78

Moore, Henry, 173n, 240n

Moran, Joseph

letters to cited, 690, 691

More, Benjamin, 180, 319, 320, 674

Moreau, Jean Victor, 131n

Morgan, Benjamin, 42-3n

Morlaix, France, 671, 678

Morris, Gouverneur

letter from, 554

opposes mine and metal works bill, 9-10

committee member, 102n, 118n, 128

presents Senate congratulations, 131n

reaction to inaugural address, 137

and Tate, 201

offers silver service to TJ, 554

letter to cited, 554n

Morris, Lewis R., 3, 4n, 16, 17n, 20

Morris, Mary White (Mrs. Robert Morris), 121, 201

Morris, Robert

letters to, 81-2, 201

letter from, 121-2

assists TJ in hiring a steward, xi, 81-2, 121-2, 201

imprisonment for debt, 121, 122n, 255-6

D.C. land speculations, 480, 481n, 508-9

Morrison, John, 80n

Mosby, Littleberry, 338

Mountflorence, James Cole

appointed, replaced as commercial agent, 52, 173n, 420n, 666, 672, 676

letter from cited, 406n, 686

Mount Vernon, 244, 448n, 508n

Moustier, Elénore François Elie, Comte de, 616, 617n

Moylan, Stephen, 389

Muhlenberg, Mr., 467

Muhlenberg, Frederick Augustus Conrad, 73n, 428n, 666

Muhlenberg, John Peter Gabriel

elected to U.S. Senate, 28-9

suitable appointment for, 28-9, 230

appointed supervisor, 29n, 219, 392, 453, 523-4, 612, 614, 666, 669, 673, 676

resigns Senate seat, 29n

dispute with W. Irvine, 179

and N.J. patronage, 184n

as reference, 212, 530n, 543

rumored as candidate for governor, 246

appointed collector, 458n, 670

and Coxe, 614n

Mullowny, John

commander of the Ganges, 248, 249-50n

letter from cited, 690

Munich, Germany, 131n

Munroe, Thomas, 303, 444

Munson, William

letter from, 44-6

seeks appointment, 44-6, 330, 490n, 627

letter to Adams, 45, 46n

identified, 45-6n

recommended for office, 665

Murray, Alexander, 472

Murray, John J., 331, 332n, 667, 676

Murray, Margaret Ryers DeHart (Mrs. John J. Murray), 331, 332n

Murray, William Vans

instructions to, regarding exchange of ratifications, viii, 349-9

as envoy to France, 22n, 209, 337, 344, 448, 526n, 564

and cession of Louisiana to France, 405n

Mustafa Baba, Dey of Algiers, 365n

Myers, Solomon, 388n

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