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P

packet ships

between Alexandria and Norfolk, 554, 584n

Page, Mr. (Alexandria clerk), 123

Page, John

letter to, 422-3

letters from, 184-6, 544-5

seeks appointment, 100, 186n, 422-3, 544, 666

TJ describes his political program to, 135, 422-3

denounces Federalist insolence, 184-6

letters to, from cited, 186n

as congressman, 423n

Page, Margaret Lowther (Mrs. John Page), 423

Paine, Elijah, 15n, 113, 683

Paine, Thomas

letter to, 358-9

TJ sends news of personal and public affairs, viii, 358-9

sends packet to TJ, 21

Common Sense, 185

Compact Maritime, 185, 240-1, 358

"On the Jacobinism of the English at Sea," 185

offered passage in the Maryland, 358-9

seeks employment, 665

Palermo, Sicily, 363

Palfrey, William, 57, 226n

paper

from cornstalks, 104n

ruling machine, 104n

manufacture of, 195n, 497, 498n, 529n

Papin, Denis, 224n

Paradise Lost (John Milton), 185-6, 186n

pardons

granted by TJ, x-xi, 251-2, 309-10, 318n, 558-9n

petitions for, x-xi, 252n, 582-3

refused, 79, 80n

Paris

commercial agent at, 52, 173n, 420n, 672, 676

publishing in, 77n, 341n, 420n

building regulations in, 155n

Catholic Church in, 189-90n

schools, universities, 189-90n

booksellers, 339n

education, 408

post office, 469n

chargé d'affaires at, 617n

consul general at, 627, 667

banks, 649n

Parker, Isaac, 219, 377n

Parker, Thomas, 513, 514n

Parrott, Richard

letter from, 289-90

seeks appointment, 289-90

identified, 290n

Parsons, Enoch, 590, 591n, 677

Parsons, Theophilus, 15, 16, 671, 674

parties, political

criticism of, 8, 19, 201, 286, 289, 337-8, 341, 442

newspapers carry away party rage, 262

patents

on saddles, 104

on papermaking, 104n, 497

on steam engines, 166n

applications for, 214

on shipbuilding, 214n

on fireplaces and stoves, 222-4

on nailmaking machine, 435

Paterson, Cornelia Bell, 183, 184n

Paterson, William (N.J.), 183, 184n

Patriot (French schooner), 60n

Patten, William, 652n

Patterson, William (N.Y.), 672, 677

Patton, Robert, 78, 80n, 192, 194n

Paul I, Emperor of Russia

character of, 93

seeks compact with France, 561, 563n

death of, 616, 617n

Peace Establishment Act (1801)

implementation of, vii, 292n, 527

officers retained, discharged under, 250n, 340n, 469, 475n, 545, 555n, 605, 606n, 647, 648n

terms of, 250n, 340, 598n, 606n

vessels sold under, 250n, 340n, 545, 605

peaches, 328

Peale, Charles Willson

letter to, 34-5

letter from, 221-4

forwards music to TJ, xlvii, 98n

sends lecture to TJ, 34

Discourse, 35n, 221

recommends Eckstein, 91n

plan for improving fireplaces, 221-4

lectures on natural history, 224n

receives premium from APS, 224n

Peale, Raphaelle, 224n

Peale, Rembrandt

letters from, 114, 433-4

portraits of TJ, x, xlvii, 34-5, 114, 433-4

seeks aid to study abroad, x, 433-4

writes lyrics, xlvii, 223, 224n

recommends Eckstein, 91n

Apotheosis of Washington, 245n

Peale, Titian Ramsey (1780-1798), 224n

Pearl River, 580

Peck, Henry, 91, 92n

Peck, William, 291

Penniman, Jabez, 125n, 672

Pennsylvania

western, 5

U.S. attorneys, 15, 207n, 219, 230, 392, 671, 674

legislature, 26, 28-9, 42n, 69n, 73n, 93, 94, 337n, 391, 431n

usurpation feared in, 26, 28, 391

election for U.S. Senate, 28-9

Federalists in, 28-9, 41, 71, 78-80, 106n, 207n, 523-4

Republicans in, 29, 69n, 73-4, 78, 95n, 105, 247n, 248, 317, 352n, 391, 539, 543n

supervisor for, 29n, 78, 179, 219, 237, 344n, 387n, 392, 410, 453, 523-4, 543, 612-13, 614, 665, 669, 670, 673, 676

Democratic Republican Society of Pennsylvania, 42n, 358n, 543n

treasurer, 69n, 72n

gubernatorial elections in, 71, 72n, 105, 247n

Lancaster Co., 71, 72-3n

and ratification of U.S. Constitution, 71, 73-4n, 80n

relocation of state government in, 71

Adams Co., 73n

comptroller-general, 73n, 212n

constitution of 1776, 73n

and election of 1800, 73n, 364, 391

Irish in, 73n, 80n

militia, 73n, 80n, 162n, 337n, 391

Presbyterians in, 73n, 80n

register general, 73n, 78, 387

supreme court, 73n, 535, 536n

and election of 1796, 77-8, 247n, 248

postmasters, 77-8, 80n

land office, 105, 206n

marshals for, 105, 205-7, 219, 247n, 367, 381, 437, 438n, 454, 535, 585, 668, 671, 673, 674, 675

opposition to federal excise in, 178-80, 247n

U.S. district court, 207n

courts, 317, 337n

judges, judiciary system, 317, 392

commissioners of bankruptcy, 343n

interpreters, 358n

notary publics, 358n

participation in presidential election in doubt, 364

Centre Co., 392

Antifederalists in, 458n

collectors of the excise, 523-4

newspapers, 535

inspectors of the revenue, 543, 613, 614

See also Beaver Co., Pa.; Lancaster, Pa.; Northumberland Co., Pa.; Philadelphia; Reading, Pa.

Pennsylvania, Bank of, 289n

Pennsylvania, University of, 35n, 124n, 206n, 224n, 395n, 647

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 406n

Pennsylvania Packet and Daily Advertiser (Philadelphia), 73n

Pentemont (Panthemont), Abbaye Royale de

TJ's daughters attend, 577n

"People's Friend" (John Isaac Hawkins and Rembrandt Peale), xlvii, 223, 224n, 369, 406 (illus.)

Perkins, Benjamin

letter from, 17

sends architectural drawings, 17, 435n

identified, 17n

letter from cited, 435n

Perkins, James & Thomas H., 474n

Perkins, Thomas

letter to, 434-5

family, 17n

nail-making machine, 434-5

letters from cited, 435n

persimmon trees, 648n

Perth Amboy, N.J.

collector at, 184n, 219, 669, 670, 672, 676, 679

Peruzzi, 631

Peter, John, 675

Peter, Thomas, 173n, 674

Peters, Richard (judge), 206n, 207n, 261, 431n, 557

Peters, Theodore

letter from, 129

seeks appointment, 129, 666

appointed vice commercial agent, 677

Peyton, Craven

letter to, 18

purchases land for TJ, 18

Peyton, Francis (Alexandria, Va.)

letters from, 271, 368

and Alexandria collectorship, 124

mayor of Alexandria, 125n

and public dinner for TJ, 271

identified, 271n

letter to cited, 271n, 686

recommends Gilpin, 368

appointed justice of the peace, 674

Peyton, Francis (Loudoun Co., Va.), 271n

Phelon (Philne), Patrick, 407

Philadelphia

contemporary images of, xlvi

churches, clergy in, xlvii, 99n, 105, 206n, 224n

TJ's election celebrated in, xlvii, 30, 97, 98, 203, 224n, 247n, 265

music publishers, xlviii

collector at, 4n, 352n, 410, 411n, 428n, 458, 458n, 612-13, 614, 666, 670

as market for tobacco, 7, 34n, 215-16, 497, 542

rolling mill near, 10n

Federalists in, 19, 535

carpenters, housejoiners, 36, 377

postal service, 39n, 426-7

almshouse, 41

innkeepers, 42n, 458n

Jews in, 42n, 358n

livery stables, 42n

sheriff, 42n, 247n, 468n

French, 43

labor demand at, 67

removal of state government from, 71

newspapers, 73n, 136, 224n, 529n

register of wills, 73n

postmaster, 78, 80n, 192, 194n

artists, 91n

attorneys, 99n, 189n, 543n

theaters, 99n

saddlers, 104, 116n

and American Revolution, 116

customhouse, 121, 122n, 458, 535, 537, 584, 666

public market, 121-2

taverns, 122, 227, 387

building regulations in, 155n

artisans, 166

superintendent of military stores, 180n, 219, 392, 393n

shoemakers in, 182n

printers, 211n, 451n

merchants, 216, 217n, 246n, 352n, 358n, 418n, 538n, 539-40, 556, 669n

militia, military units, 216, 246-7n, 357, 458n, 584n, 643n

Morris's wharf, 217n

keeper of public stores, 219

hotels, boarding houses, 227, 288n, 458n

confectioners, 233n

timber prices at, 264, 265n, 292

cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 306, 377n

gunlock factory in, 337n

customs inspectors, 342n, 458

prostitution, 343

accountants in, 343n

Republicans in, 358n, 535, 538n, 543n

Tammany Society, 358n

coffeehouse, 360

wine merchants, 360n, 477-8

houses, 377

physicians, 381n, 543n

museums, 406n

naval officer at, 410, 411n, 458, 612-14

surveyor at, 410, 411, 458, 584-5, 613

stagecoaches, 415n

economy of, 418

shipbuilding, 418

carriage makers, 500-1, 600-1, 601n

tailors, 504n

Germans, 529n, 543n

framemakers, 530n

purveyor of public supplies, 530n

yellow fever, 538n

patronage opportunities in, 612

inspector and collector of internal revenues, 614n

Philadelphia (U.S. frigate), 545, 546n

Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, 68n

Philadelphia Committee of Arrangements and Correspondence

letter from cited, 246n, 686

recommends J. Smith, 246n

Philadelphia Gazette, 99n

Philadelphia Militia Legion

letter from cited, 246n, 686

recommends J. Smith, 246n

physiognotrace, 104n

pianos, xlviii, 223

Pichon, Louis André

letter from, 525-6

successor to Létombe, 59, 97, 98, 385, 386, 440, 450, 451

carries letters, 270, 289, 338, 373, 615

indemnification for loss of Insurgente, 349n

pamphlets attributed to, 419, 420n

misses meeting TJ in Washington, 525-6

identified, 526n

circular letter by, 597, 598n

Pickens, Andrew, 70n, 175n, 677

Pickering (U.S. revenue cutter), 278, 347-8, 349n

Pickering, Timothy

bullies Adams, 74

accused of misusing public funds, 108n

as secretary of state, 120n, 169, 171, 250n, 334n, 349n, 378-9, 457, 513n

as quartermaster general, 365

Olive Branch affair, 534-6

attempts to deport Priestley, 567

and Fulton, 654n

Pickett, Pollard & Johnston, 158, 203

Pickman, William, 673

Pierce, John, 669, 672, 675

Pinckney, Charles

letters to, 201-2, 335

letters from, 186-7, 259, 621-3

appointed minister to Spain, ix, 259, 335, 441n, 457, 483-4, 484, 671, 676

advises on appointments, 186-7, 201-2, 220, 331, 332n, 333, 513, 514, 514n, 657-8, 667

not respected in S.C., 209-10

and Irujo's recall, 230

sketch of public life, 259n

memorandum from, 333

letters from cited, 333n, 623n, 690

Yznardi's accounts, 604

fears nomination will be rejected, 621-3

Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth, 225n, 666

Pinckney, Thomas, 25n

Pinckney Treaty, 278

Pinkney, Ninian (army officer; d. 1825), 530

Pinkney, Ninian (Md. clerk; d. 1824), 10-11n

Pinkney, William

notes on letter from, 10-11

supports TJ's election, 10-11

Pintard, John M., 558, 604, 666, 667n

Pintard, Lewis Searle, 666, 667n

Pitcairn, Joseph, 413n, 677, 678

Pitt, William, 41, 90n, 468, 649n

plasterers, 531

Plato, 98n

Platt, Jeremiah, 572n

Pleasants, Samuel, 602, 603n, 640

Pleasonton, Stephen, 512, 513n

Plumer, William, 561n

Plutarch's Lives, 506n

Plymouth, England, 397

Poirey, Joseph Léonard

letter from, 594-5

claim against the U.S., 594-5

Polacca (steamboat), 10n

Political and Military Rhapsody, on the Invasion and Defence of Great Britain and Ireland (Henry Lloyd), 218-19n

Pollock, Oliver

letter from, 537-8

seeks appointment, 537-8

polygraph, 104n

Poole, John, 166

Pope, Alexander

Essay on Man, 656

Poplar Forest (TJ's estate)

groceries, supplies from, 37, 570

sale of tobacco from, 50, 603

TJ's absence from, 50

poplar trees, 370

Poquette, Francis, 559n

Porcupine's Gazette (Philadelphia), 262

Porter, Charles J., 52

Porter, David, Jr., 451

porters, 504n, 531n

Port Folio (Philadelphia), 206n

Portsmouth (U.S. ship), 68n

Portsmouth, N.H.

collector, 219, 220n, 560, 669, 672, 675

naval officer, 219, 220n, 561n, 669, 672, 679

shipbuilding, 256n, 263

navy agent, 396, 398n

surveyor and inspector, 561n, 670

Portugal

British ambassador to, 190n

poor reputation of military, 218

wine from, 258

U.S. minister to, 323n, 428n, 625n

relations with Britain, 562, 563n

threatened, attacked by France and Spain, 562-4

postal service

postmaster general, vii, 191-4, 330, 332n, 415n, 432, 670, 678

schedules, efficiency of, 39n, 99, 184, 191-2, 207, 255, 314, 380, 427, 524, 544, 566, 604, 610, 642, 655

distrusted, 42, 47, 77-8, 270, 274, 304, 305n, 323, 328-9, 339n, 442, 453, 492, 587, 654n, 655, 658

removals in, expected, 77-8, 178, 192, 429, 587

postmasters, 78, 80n, 84n, 192, 194n, 216, 303n, 330, 332n, 352, 415n, 426-7, 579n, 627

expansion of, 191-2

abuse of franking privilege, 192

branch of Treasury Department, 193, 429-30

and collection of revenue, 193

printers should not be postmasters, 332n, 637

mail contracts, 415

assistant postmaster general, 427n

TJ proposes transferring to State Department, 429-30

letter carriers, 444-5

in Conn., 492, 587

post roads, 683

See also Habersham, Joseph

Potomac District

U.S. attorney for, 288n, 558, 596, 671, 678

marshal for, 545, 558, 676

Potomac River, 3n, 345n, 545, 546n

Potter, Henry, 620, 621n, 670, 678-9

Pougens, Charles, 338

Poughkeepsie Journal, 320n

Powell, Cuthbert, 173n, 674

Powell, James

replaced as collector, 220, 669, 673, 677

Power, Nicholas, 330, 332n

Pratt, John W.

letter from, 202-3

seeks appointment, 202-3

Preble, Henry

appointed, replaced as consul, 172n, 173n, 293, 294, 667, 672, 678, 682

Presbyterians, 73n, 80n, 206n, 227n

President (U.S. frigate), 132n, 292n, 545, 546n

President's House

TJ takes up residence at, xi, 153n

Adams's household accounts, 23-4n, 153n

furnishing of, 23-4n, 153n

staircase, 377

TJ expected to decorate, 477

cleaning of, 531

painting of, 531

location of, criticized, 575n

Madisons temporarily reside at, 595n

preparations to receive visitors, 605

levees at, should be discontinued, 620

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Personal Affairs

press, freedom of

as essential principle, 141-2, 145-6, 151, 409

Federalist judges threaten, 186

in Great Britain, 455

Prevost, John B., 309, 420, 667

Price, Alexander P., 65n

Price, Meredith, 65n

Price, Nathaniel W.

letter from cited, 65n, 686

seeks clerkship, 65n

Priestley, Joseph

letter to, 393-5

letter from, 567-8

health of, 317, 351, 393-4, 482, 567, 600

friendship with Cooper, 392

strength of republican government, 393-5

Letters to the Inhabitants of Northumberland, 567

Pickering attempts to deport, 567

thanks TJ, encloses writings, 567-8

Doctrine of Phlogiston Established, 568

"Experiments on the Production of Air," 568n

Priestman, William, 557-9, 604

prisoners of war

treatment of, 127-8

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

Procter, Thomas

recommended by Sheaff, 360

letter from cited, 690

Prospect Before Us (James Thomson Callender), 46, 47n

Prosperity (ship), 562

prostitution, 343

Prout, William, 205, 320n

Providence, R.I.

congratulatory address from, 187-8

merchants, 188n

French prisoners at, 291

thanked by TJ, 475-6

newspapers, 651

Prussia

U.S. relations with, 94

ports embargoed by Britain, 203

appoints consuls, 444

invades Netherlands, 497

and league of armed neutrality, 563n

occupies Hanover, 616

Puerto Rico, 568, 569

Pulaski, Casimir, 357

Pulis, Joseph, 676

Pulteney, Sir William, 464, 467-8, 469n

 
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