Volume 33 Index

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R

Ramsay, Dennis, 173n

Ramsay, Ephraim, 513-14, 658

Randolph, Anne Cary (TJ's granddaughter)

TJ's affection for, 21, 204, 260, 369, 456

health of, 290

Randolph, Ariana Jenings

estate of, 39-40

annuity of, 299-300, 428-9

Randolph, Cornelia Jefferson (TJ's granddaughter)

TJ's affection for, 21, 204, 260, 369, 456

health of, 290

Randolph, David Meade

refuses to celebrate TJ's election, 47

and Callender's fine, 47n, 158n, 573, 574n

replaced as marshal, 117n, 219, 260, 437, 438n, 668, 673, 675

family connection to TJ, 159, 160n

family of, 311, 312n

Randolph, Edmund

and estate of Ariana Randolph, 39

and Mazzei's finances, 328-9

and Callender's fine, 573, 574n

Madison wishes to consult, 630

letters to, from cited, 690

Randolph, Ellen Wayles, II (TJ's granddaughter)

TJ's affection for, 21, 204, 260, 369, 456

health of, 290

Randolph, Martha Jefferson (Patsy, Mrs. Thomas Mann Randolph, TJ's daughter)

pregnant, xi, 459

TJ's affection for, 21, 204, 260, 369, 456, 570

acquaintances, 48, 576

health of, 290

relationship with sister, 552

education, 577n

at Monticello, 641

Randolph, Mary (Mrs. David M. Randolph, sister of Thomas Mann Randolph), 260n

Randolph, Thomas Jefferson (TJ's grandson)

TJ's affection for, 21, 204, 260, 369, 456

health of, 290

Randolph, Thomas Mann (TJ's son-in-law)

letters to, 20-1, 203-4, 259-60, 369, 456

letter from, 290

copies Bayard's letter, 4n

TJ forwards clover seed to, 158, 203

TJ sends news to, 203-4, 259-60, 456

family of, 260n

cares for TJ's affairs at Monticello, Shadwell, 290, 369

indebted to G. Jefferson, 462

business affairs, 640

completes road work, 641

at Monticello, 641

Rapin, Joseph

letter to, 605

letter from, 530-1

steward of the President's House, xi, 96-8, 181, 201, 269n, 302, 507, 530, 549, 550

recommended by Létombe, 96-8

recommends Julien, 366-7, 449, 450

attention to M. Lewis, 530

reports on TJ's household affairs, 530-1

returns to Philadelphia, 531n

instructions to, 605

Rapin, Mrs. Joseph, 96-8, 181, 531n

Rapine & Conrad (Washington, D.C.), 478

Rapport Fait au Nom de la Commission (Edme Bonaventure Courtois), 76, 77

Rawle, William, 206-7n, 559n

Rawlings, Benjamin

seeks appointment, 266-7, 667

letter from cited, 267n, 686

Read, George, 547-8

Read, Jacob, 52, 52n, 173n

Read, John, 547-8

Read, Martha Meredith, 547-8

Read, Nathan, 320n

Reading, Pa.

congratulatory address from, 247n

letter from cited, 247n, 686

Reed, John, 320n

Reed, William

letter from cited, 72-3n, 685

as reference, 388n

Reeves, Thomas, 300

Reily, John, 671, 677

Reinagle, Alexander, 99n

Reinhart (Rhinehart), George, 219, 343

Reintzel, Daniel, 674

religion

involvement of clergy in politics, 106-7, 182n, 338, 393, 423-4, 491, 588

deism, 163n

calls for religious tolerance, 285

clergy enemies of science, 285

national fasts and thanksgivings, 304

importance of, in New England, 304-5, 338, 491

Federalists as "Jesuits," 588

See also Bible; Christianity; Jefferson, Thomas: Religion

Rely, Mr. C., 243

Rémusat, Augustin Laurent de, 577n

Report of the Secretary of the Navy, Accompanying Sundry Documents Marked No. 1, to 5 inclusive, Relative to the Naval Establishment of the United States (Benjamin Stoddert), 276, 277, 281

Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Superior Court of the State of Connecticut from the Year 1785 to May 1788 (Ephraim Kirby), 353n

Republic (Plato), 97-8

Republican (Petersburg, Va.), 47

republicanism

spreading in Europe, 21, 130, 353

principles of, stated in TJ's inaugural address, 135, 206, 261

associated with Jacobinism, 137

strength of, as form of government, 140, 261-2, 394, 398-9, 403, 524-5, 638

Federalists oppose, threaten, 149, 157, 197, 559-60, 638, 656

American republic precursor to second coming, 227n

conciliatory spirit of, 286

beneficial to Jews, 358n

Republicans

in S.C., xlvi, 209-10, 441n, 513-14, 623

printers, newspapers, 27-8, 320, 656

divisions among, 28-9, 247n, 391, 539, 543n

in Pa., 28-9, 69n, 73-4, 78, 95n, 105, 247n, 248, 317, 352n, 391, 539, 543n

in Conn., 46n, 108n, 330, 353n, 442-3, 499, 588-90

called Jacobins, 57, 60, 137, 652

in Boston, 59, 598n

expect appointments, 63, 127, 138, 256-7

in N.Y., 63, 330, 475n, 573n

in Md., 73n, 268n

estimated numbers in U.S., 84

TJ "common Father" to all, 103

in Vt., 111, 113, 125, 130, 442, 532-3

in Va., 116, 123-4, 273, 643n, 657

urge bold and magnanimous policy, 126

friends to France, 130

as supporters of Constitution, 130

reactions to inaugural address, 137-8

in N.C., 165n

in N.J., 184n, 432n, 477n, 539

subordinates threatened, replaced by Federalist superiors, 184n, 317, 458, 493, 523-4, 560, 584-5, 665

would accept Burr as president, 229-30, 391

called anarchists, disorganizers, 235

in Philadelphia, 246n, 358n, 535, 538n, 543n

removal of Federalists will strengthen, unite, 256-7, 589-90, 657

in Mass., 338, 442, 520-1, 558, 597, 598n, 655-6

in New England, 338

in N.H., 366n, 442, 560, 669, 677

entitled to fair share of offices, 436, 493, 589-90, 634-5, 663, 669, 672-3

in R.I., 442, 650

in Ga., 479n

conduct in office must be beyond reproach, 590

majority in Senate, 622

in Del., 628-9

Réunion. See Bourbon Island (Réunion)

Rhapsody on the Present System of French Politics (Henry Lloyd), 218-19n

Rhine River, 87, 89

Rhoades, Ebenezer, 664, 666

Rhode Island

secretary of state, 188n

marshal, 291

and American Revolution, 365

Republicans in, 442, 650

and Greene's commission, 553, 651

U.S. district court, 553, 651, 651n, 670, 671, 675

legislature, 650, 651

U.S. attorney, 650, 651n, 670, 675

Pawcatuck surveyorship, 669, 672, 678

Bristol collectorship, 671, 675

See also Newport, R.I.; Providence, R.I.

Rhode Island College, 104n

Rhodes, Matthew. See Rodes (Rhodes), Matthew

Rhodes, William

letter from cited, 320n, 686

recommends Frost, 320n

Richardet, Mr. and Mrs., 360

Richards, John

handles financial transactions, 251, 253, 289n, 388, 595

Richardson, Hezekiah

letter from cited, 689

Richardson, Jacob, 192, 194n

Richardson, Richard

letter to, 67

seeks employment, 67

receives payment, 639

Richardson, Robert, 574n

Richmond, Va.

price of tobacco at, 7, 50, 461, 497, 542, 602

tobacco warehouses, 23n, 215-16

travel to, from, 36, 565

jail, 46

TJ's election celebrated in, 46-7

newspapers, 47-8, 574, 603n

merchants, 65n, 267n

postmaster, 84n, 216

description, 115-16

postal service, 184

Riggin, William, 665, 678

Rind, William A., 232n

Ring, Benjamin

letter from, 224-5

congratulates TJ, 224-5

Rio de Janeiro, 625n

Rittenhouse, Benjamin

letter from, 336-7

as reference, 233

recommended by Barton, 236

seeks appointment, 336-7

identified, 337n

rumored appointment as director of U.S. Mint, 522

Rittenhouse, David

family, 236, 336, 337n, 343, 522n

director of the Mint, 423n, 544

president of APS, 580

Rives, Robert

letter from cited, 691

roads

through Indian territory, x, 70n

turnpikes, 395n, 658-9

in Washington, D.C., 507-8

poor condition of, 530, 642, 658-9, 664

public work upon, 641

post roads, 683

Robbins, Jonathan, 471

Roberts, John (Ky.)

letter from, 583-4

congratulates TJ, 583-4

Roberts, John, III, 79, 80n

Robertson, James (Tenn.), 175

Robinson, Jonathan, 125

Robinson, Mary Fay, 125n

Robinson, Moses

letter to, 423-4

letter from, 129-31

family, 125

congratulates, thanked by TJ, 129-31, 423-4

identified, 131n

Robinson, Samuel, 125n

Rochester, Nathaniel, 281-2

Rockingham, Charles Watson-Wentworth, second Marquis of, 456n

Rodes (Rhodes), Matthew, 602, 640

Rodgers, John, 340, 359

Rodney, Caesar A.

letter from, 628-9

forwards information to TJ, 10

congratulates TJ, sends news of Del. politics, 628-9

Rogers, John, 639

Rogers, Richard

replaced as naval officer, 11, 12n, 330, 332n, 673

Rogers, Dr. William, 124n

Rohan family, 285

Roman Empire, 74

Roosen, Henry

letter from, 233

seeks appointment, 233

identified, 233n

Roosevelt, Nicholas J.

letter from, 9-10

seeks support for metal works, 9-10

identified, 10n

rope

manufacture of, 282n, 290n

Rose, Henry

letter from, 395

seeks appointment, 395

identified, 395n

Rose, Hugh (Amherst Co., Va.), 369

Rose, Hugh (son of Hugh Rose of Amherst Co., Va.)

letter from, 369

seeks appointment, 369

identified, 369n

Rose, Robert H.

recommends aspirants for office, 562, 563n, 586n

letter from cited, 563n, 686

Rose, William

Richmond jailer, 47, 574

Ross, David, 586

Ross, James

and Pa. appointments, 5

candidate for governor of Pa., 71

committee member, 118n, 128, 682

and excise taxes, 178

Ross, Thomas, 614

Rounsavell, Andrew

letter to, 425

letters from, 424-5, 435-6

invention for raising water, 424-5, 435-6

identified, 425n

Royal Academy of Arts (London), 463n

Royal Institution of Great Britain, 483

Ruines; ou, Méditation sur les Révolutions des Empires (Constantin François Chasseboeuf Volney), 341-2

rum, 582, 661

Rumford, Count. See Thompson, Benjamin (Count Rumford)

Rundle, George, 173n

Rush, Benjamin

letter to, 436-8

letter from, 260-2

recommends Caldwell, 189n, 666-7

praises TJ's inaugural address, 260-1

teaches medicine, 381n, 543n

treats Priestley, 394n

treasurer of the Mint, 422, 423n

TJ explains removal policy to, 436-8

Rush, William, 91n, 246n

Russell, David, 125, 672

Russell, Eleazer, 561n

Russell, Jonathan

letter to, 475-6

letter from, 187-8

congratulates, thanked by TJ, 187-8, 475-6

appointed collector, 671, 675

Russell, Joseph, 666, 668n

Russia

commerce to benefit from peace, 87, 89

to retain Malta, 87, 89

relations with U.S., 93

British embargo against, 203, 204n

relations with France, 561

threatens Ottoman Empire, 561, 563n

in league of armed neutrality, 563n

relations with Sweden, 563n

assassination of emperor, 616, 617n

Ryers, Gosen, 331, 332n

 
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