Volume 34 Index

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Cabanis, Pierre Jean Georges, 439, 441, 442n

Cabinet (Georgetown), 603n

Cabinet and National Magazine, 603

Cadell & Davies (London), 14n

Cadiz, Spain

consul at, 58, 166n, 311n, 625, 657

observatory at, 120

Spanish naval forces at, 642, 643

Caesar, Julius, 634

Calais, France, 656

Calcutta, 536n, 657n

calendars, xli, 686

Callender, James Thomson

receives financial assistance from TJ, 100, 109, 185-6, 205

Prospect Before Us, 114

remission of fine, 185-6, 190

Political Progress of Britain, 205

threatens TJ, 205, 229-30

TJ ends relationship with, 205, 229-30

Calvert, Thomas

forwards R. Richardson's letter, 603

letter from cited, 604n

Camden, Charles Pratt, Earl of, 214, 216n

Camillus, 576, 577n

Campbell, David

letter from, 315-16

and inns on Cherokee lands, 315-16

letters to, from cited, 316n

Campbell, Hugh G., 378n

Campoformio, Treaty of, 73n

Canada, 178-9, 461n

canals

for TJ's mill, 327, 328n

candles, 312n

candlesticks, 135

cannon

manufacture of, 46, 83, 86n

return of, in army, 82

Canton, 657

Cape of Good Hope, 275, 551-4

Cap-Français, Saint-Domingue, 16n, 44, 45, 638n

Capitol, U.S.

temporary building for House of Reps., 225, 234-5

D. Austin's Fourth of July discourse at, 376-7

Carey, Mathew

letter from, 471-2

Carey's American Pocket Atlas, xli, 471-2

and TJ's copying press, 194

as bookseller, 322n

prints maps, 328n

requests census data, 471-2

Carey's American Pocket Atlas (Mathew Carey), xli, 471-2

Carlos (Charles) IV, King of Spain

and David Humphreys's recall, 59

and U.S.-Florida boundary, 249

permits U.S. to trade at Veracruz, 278

U.S.-Spanish relations, 641, 642-3

letter to cited, 698

Carmichael, William, 63, 289

Carne, John

forwards books for TJ, 149

letter from cited, 149n, 698

Carpentaria, Gulf of, 156

Carpenter, Thomas

account with TJ, 488-9

carpenters, 370-1

carpets

for Monticello, 52-3, 89-90, 235

for President's House, 135

Carr, Mr. (Va.), 574-5

Carr, Eleanor Carr (Nelly, Mrs. Samuel Carr), 5

Carr, John (b. 1801), 5

Carr, Martha Jefferson (Mrs. Dabney Carr, TJ's sister), 4, 5n, 390

Carr, Overton, 5

Carr, Peter (TJ's nephew), 4

Carr, Samuel (TJ's nephew)

letter to, 4-5

TJ orders fish from, 4-5

and W. Baker, 208n

Carr, Walter

letter from, 232-3

seeks appointment, 232-3

identified, 232n

carriages

descriptions of, 52, 79, 90, 201-2, 235, 496, 530

TJ orders, from Philadelphia, 52-3, 55, 79, 89-90, 194, 201-2, 235, 496, 530

accidents, 113n

prices, 201-2, 289, 496

coachees, 202, 235, 496, 530

Paine's design for carriage wheels, 284-5, 286n

phaetons, 374, 530

breaking horses to, 374-5

covers for, 530

landaus, 530

Carrington, Edward, 101, 319, 521

Carrol, John, 102

Carson, James, 476

Carswell, Samuel, 103n

Carter, John (R.I.)

letter from cited, 702

Caruthers, John, 258, 494

Caruthers, William

letter from, 672-4

theory on military uses of electricity, 672-4

identified, 673-4n

letters to, from cited, 673-4n

Case of Jonathan Robbins (Charles Pinckney), 125n

Cashell, George, 102

Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.

letter from, 333-4

seeks to retain consulship, 333-4

Cathalan, Stephen, Sr., 334

Cathcart, James Leander

provides estimate of Tripolitan forces, 31n

consul at Tripoli, 159, 160n, 334n

negotiations with bey of Tripoli, 221-2, 308

Catholics, 599n, 600

Catlett, Kemp, 327

Catlett, Peter, 360n

Cavendish, Henry, 436n

Cayenne, French Guiana, 146, 147n, 266

census

returns for 1800 delayed, 471-2

Chaillot, Grille de (Paris), 289, 294n

chairs, 135

Chalmers, George

Estimate of the Comparative Strength of Britain, 324

Chambers, Joseph Gaston

letter from, 147-8

congratulates TJ, 147-8

plan for repeating firearms, 147-8

identified, 148n

Charleston, S.C.

Republicans in, 14-15, 187, 188n

collector at, 15, 187, 188n, 221, 281n, 680

Federalists in, 15n, 187, 188n, 221n

merchants, 104n

navy agent at, 157, 158n

workhouse, 157

French prisoners at, 157-8, 304-5, 374, 675

custom house, 187

elections in, 187, 188n

intendant and wardens, 187, 680

newspapers, 221n

and American Revolution, 391

Democratic-Republican societies in, 392n

French consul at, 392n

market for foreign and western commerce, 457

perceived threat from Saint-Domingue, 637, 644

revenue cutter at, 637, 644

militia, 675

marine hospital, 678-80, 681n

Charlottesville, Va.

hailstorm at, 390

Chase, Samuel, 186n

Chattahoochee River, 558

Chauveau, Pierre, 44-5

cheese, 457

Cheetham, James

identified, 224n

See also American Citizen and General Advertiser (New York); Denniston & Cheetham

Chemical and Economical Essays (John Penington), 480-1

chemistry, 418, 480-1

Cherokee Indians

land cessions sought from, ix, 129, 130n, 315, 456-7, 505-11, 558-9

send delegation to Washington, ix, xlii, 130n, 505-11

agent to, 83, 86n, 315-16

trading houses, factories, 83, 86n, 506

annuity for, 129

road through lands of, 129, 130n, 315, 384, 456-7, 458, 506-11

ferry leased by, 315

inns on lands of, 315-16, 509, 511

Green Corn ceremony, 316

acculturation of, 505, 507, 509, 511

boundary with U.S., 505, 507, 509, 510

Tellico treaty, 505

murder of, 505-6, 508, 509, 511

land dispute with Creeks, 506

desire presents, 507

and American Revolution, 508

Lower Towns, 508

migration to Arkansas, 508

cherries, 257

Chesapeake (U.S. frigate), 29, 30, 330

Chesapeake Bay, 207, 261n, 679

Chester, John, 130

Chew, Mrs., 420

Chickamauga Indians, 508

Chickasaw Indians, 129, 130n, 151, 508, 558

China, 88, 140n, 251, 609n

See also Canton

Chipman, Nathaniel

Sketches, 19

Chisman, Mount Edward, 280n

Choctaw Indians, 129, 130n, 250, 508, 558

Chotohocha River. See Apalachicola River

Christ, Henry, 471n

Christ, John

letter from, 470-1

seeks appointment, 470-1

identified, 471n

opposition to, 523-4

Christianity

union among all denominations of, 112

Christian VII, King of Denmark, 451n

Christopher (ship), 501, 502n

chronometers, 118, 119, 120n

Church, Angelica Schuyler, 141, 142, 143

Church, Catherine

letter from cited, 702

Church, John Barker, Sr., 142, 143

cider

Hughes crab apple, 55

ordered by TJ, 55, 106, 124

Cilley, Bradbury, 129, 131n

Cincinnati, 413, 654, 682

Cincinnati, Society of the, xliii

citron, 638n

City Gazette and Daily Advertiser (Charleston, S.C.), 221n

Claiborne, William C. C.

letter to, 560-2

advice, instructions on Miss. Terr., 560-2

Clark, Bowling, 174

Clark, Daniel

letter from, 598-9

consul at New Orleans, 561, 562n

shipments for TJ, 598-9

Clark, James

letter from, 212, 369-72

design for closets, 212

seeks payment of account with U.S., 369-72

letter from cited, 702

Clark, Waters, 630n

Clark, William, 73n

Clarke, Samuel, 494, 495n

Claxton, Thomas

letter to, 233

letter from, 134-6, 193-4

and furnishings for the President's House, 134-6

purchases items for TJ, 194, 706

and inscription for silver ewer, 233

letter to cited, 233n, 702

account with TJ, 332-3

Clay, Charles

letter from cited, 699

Clay, Joseph (Pa.)

letter from, 168-9

recommends W. Henderson, 168-9

Clay, Joseph, Jr. (Ga.)

declines judgeship, 3, 4n, 197, 592-3, 594n

Clement, Lieutenant, 666, 668n

clerks

Treasury Department, 71, 73n, 103n, 272, 603

applications for clerkships, 171-2, 183n, 331-2, 429, 430n, 479-80, 482-3

House of Representatives, 172n

law, 244, 674n

salaries, 393, 394n

criticize Gallatin, 446

Clinch River, 458n

Clinton, DeWitt, 224n

Clinton, George

letter to, 127-8

letter from, 674

elected governor, 13, 127, 128n

advises on N.Y. appointments, 36-7, 127-8, 158n

family of, 165n, 256

and Cheetham, 224n

gubernatorial election of 1792, 515n

introduction for D. Tudor, 674

images of, 690n

letter from cited, 702

clock weights, 46n

closets, 212

cloth

cotton, 456

duck, 456, 457

prices, 488

clothes

mourning, 11, 44, 53

military, 82, 84, 85n

Cloud, Abner, 303

coal, 705

Coalter, John

letter from, 494-5

advises on appointments, 494-5

Coane, Robert

letter from, 189

seeks to be TJ's steward, 189

Cochran, Charles Burnham, 15

coffee

trade, 45n, 49

urns, 194

coins

cap of liberty removed from, 72, 73-4n

by Reich, 73-4n

methods of coining, 236-8, 352-3, 354n

Chinese, 251

found in Ohio, 251, 412-14

Coit, Joshua, 357n

Coke, Sir Edward, 535, 536n

Colhoun, John Ewing, 6, 7n

Collier, Thomas, 76, 77n, 601, 602n

Collins, Charles, Jr., 147n

Collins, Charles, Sr., 145, 146n

Colmar, France, 99n

Columbia, Bank of (Georgetown), 113, 420, 684

Columbia College, 624, 625n

"Columbiad" (John Daly Burk), 385-9, 400-1

Columbian Centinel (Boston), 246n, 549n, 644

Columbian Foundry (Georgetown), 46n

Compact Maritime (Thomas Paine), 285n

Concise View of All the Most Important Facts which have Hitherto Appeared Concerning the Cow-Pox (Charles Rochemont Aiken), 274-5, 277n

Confusion of Babel Discovered; or, An Answer to Jeremy Belknap's Discourse upon the Lawfulness of War (William Scales), 41n

Congregationalists, 542n

Congress (U.S. frigate), 30, 330

Congress, U.S.

House of Representatives

investigation of Sargent, 80-1

and Schuylkill Arsenal, 85n

clerk of, 172n

temporary building for, 225, 234-5

meets in Senate chamber, 225n

speaker of, 300n

and J. Clark's petition, 372n

chamber, 376n, 406n

and citizenship of W. L. Smith, 425n

doorkeeper, 430

and lease of salt springs, 493n

Legislation

diplomatic establishment, 12, 13n, 62-3

Library of Congress, 14n

naturalization, 34-5, 271-2, 435-6

president's salary, 38n

and allowances for consuls, 57-8

superintendent of military stores, 69

medal for Truxtun, 74n

proposed military academy, 87n

construction of frigates, 138-9, 140n

and the Mint, 167, 353, 354n

recording of laws, 172n

enforcement of neutral rights, 251-2

and District of Columbia, 304n, 647-8, 692-3n

appropriations for army, navy, 329-30, 331n, 596

revenue cutters, 356-7n

granting of passports, 379-80, 397

and Treasury Department, 450n, 482

and Northwest Terr., 493n

and naval prizes, 499-500, 548n, 568-9, 570n, 584, 585n, 586

and Convention of 1800, 548n, 550, 596

western land claims, 559-60n

customs collectors, 572, 582

militia laws, 645

temporary appointments, 651n

collection of internal revenues, 655n, 675

marine hospitals, 678, 679, 681n

publication of laws in German, 689

See also Alien Friends Act (1798); Judiciary Act (1801); Peace Establishment Act (1801); Sedition Act (1798)

Public Opinion

president's communications should be by letter, 110

Senate

and Adams's nominations, 64n, 139, 218n, 304n, 334n, 592

may reject TJ's nominations, 66-7, 355, 372, 426, 444, 446, 528-9

Greene's commission, 131-2

chamber, 225n

doorkeeper, 430

pension requests, 541, 542n

and Convention of 1800, 550, 668n

and TJ's nominations, 561n

Connaissance des temps

ordered by TJ, 292, 294n

Connecticut

commissioner of loans, 42-3

merchants, 43n

support for TJ in, 56

Danbury, 56n

newspapers, 56n, 76, 77n

council, 92

governor, 92

union of clergy and Federalists in, 92-3, 255, 606-7, 660

marshal for, 130, 131n

supervisor for, 130, 131n

French prisoners in, 158n

elections, 246n

legislature, 246n, 301, 309, 520, 547, 555

militia, 246n

settlers from, in Pa., 300n

postmasters, postal service in, 344

moderate removal policy recommended, 518-20

influence in Vt., 519

French consul for, 649n

collection of internal revenues in, 652

marine hospitals, 679

See also Federalists; Middletown, Conn.; New Haven, Conn.; New London, Conn.; Republicans; Suffield, Conn.

Connecticut Courant (Hartford), 601, 602n

Connelly, John (Pa.), 270n

Connolly, John (S.C.), 646

Conrad & McMunn (Washington), 399n

Constantinople, 277

Constellation (U.S. frigate), 30, 139, 140n, 164n, 365

Constitution (U.S. frigate), 29, 30, 139, 140n, 207n, 330-1

Constitution of the United States

Federalists threaten, 23, 223-4, 472-3, 513

revision and amendment called for, 23, 419n

and citizenship, 34-5

principles of, affirmed, 70

freedom of the press, 213

and presidential pardons, 213, 214, 485

opposition to ratification, 220n, 461n, 484n, 525n

and judiciary, 228

and funds for President's House, 267

and Sedition Act, 297

and appointments and removals, 343

TJ, Republicans best able to defend, 512

and freedom of speech, 554

declaring war, enacting peace, 568-9, 587, 664

contempt of court, 213-16

Convention of 1800

ratification of, 209n, 286n, 450, 615, 641, 643, 662-3, 665-6, 668n

signed, 260

and free trade, 282-4, 286n

exchange of ratifications, 403

disposal of prizes in U.S. ports, 498-9

restitution of prizes, 548, 568-70, 596, 662-7

implementation of, 548n, 570n, 596, 665, 668n

submitted to Senate, 550

spoliation claims, 668n

convoys

impracticality of, for American vessels, 282

in W. Indies, 350n, 351-2

Cooke, William (S.C.)

letter from, 104-5

seeks appointment, 104-5

identified, 104-5n

recommendation of, 105n

cooks, 685-6n, 695n

Cooper, Thomas

letter from, 128, 168-9

attorney for Duane, 74n, 297

recommends aspirants for office, 128, 168-9

as Luzerne commissioner, 297, 300n

coopers, 170n

Copenhagen, 61n, 285n

copper

from Italy, 49

for Monticello, 295

Indian artifacts, 412-14

mined in N.J., 470n

printing plates, 472n

copying press, 194

Coquebert, Felix, 388n

Corcoran, Thomas, 583n

cordials, 638n

corn, 78, 240n

Cornwell, J. C.

letter from, 247-8

seeks appointment, 247-8

letter from cited, 248n, 701

Corny, Anne Mangeot Ethis de, 143n

Corny, Louis Dominique Ethis de, 143n

Corny, Marguerite Victoire de Palerne de

letter from, 141-3

renews correspondence with TJ, 141-3

identified, 143n

letter to cited, 143n

Cosway, Maria Hadfield

letter from, 599-600

and Madame de Corny, 143n

TJ's friendship with, 599-600

cotton, 216-17, 390, 456, 457

Couley, Mr. (New York), 49, 133

counterfeiting, 240-2

Courts, U.S.

Circuit

Fifth, 3-4, 14-15, 110n, 186, 188n, 197, 591-5

prosecutions by, under Sedition Act, 73, 74n, 186n, 597-8n

Third, 74n, 213-14, 298, 299, 424, 598n

and prosecutions against Duane, 213-16, 297-8, 299, 424-5, 597-8n

Second, 240, 241n

clerks, 241n

Fourth, 364n

and Marchant's case, 364n

and case of Pedon and S. Morris, 485-6

District of Columbia, 485-6, 583n

First, 668n

District

clerks, 244

Public Opinion

dominated by Federalists, 129-30, 197, 213, 228, 445, 487, 591-2

and freedom of the press, 213, 576

Supreme Court

appointments to, 7n

courts-martial

in navy, 15-17, 364-8, 377-8, 597n

in army, 150-1

of militia officers, 675, 676n

cowpox. See smallpox

Coxe, Daniel W., 278n, 598

Coxe, Tench

letter to, 372-3

letters from, 425-8, 442-50

Republican convictions of, 3-4

as commissioner of the revenue, 183n, 381n

furnishes export data to J. T. Scott, 328n

seeks appointment, 354-5, 372-3, 425-8, 442-50, 476

Federalist, 449, 450n

family of, 449n

and reform of revenue service, 655n

Coxe, William, Jr., 426, 428n

Crady, Timothy, 514n

Crafts, William, 157, 158n, 305n

Cranch, William

letter from, 485-6

case of Pedon and S. Morris, 485-6

Craven, John H.

as TJ's agent, 240n, 571

leases land, 327

letter forwarded to, 580

letter to cited, 580n, 704

Crawford, William H., 592-3

cream, 705, 707

Creek Indians

conferences, treaties with U.S., 129, 130n, 250, 558-60

B. Hawkins's agency, 250, 251n, 490

acculturation of, 490

land dispute with Cherokees, 506

boundary with Georgia, 558-60

Crèvecoeur, Michel Guillaume St. John de, 286n

Crimes of Cabinets; or, A Review of their Plans and Aggressions for the Annihilation of the Liberties of France and the Dismemberment of her Territories (Lewis Goldsmith), 149

Cromwell, Oliver, 606

cucumbers, 452

Cummings, Mr. (Pa.), 328

Cunningham, Noble E., 557n

Currie, James, 183n

curtains, 135

Cushing, Thomas H., 84, 86n

Cutler, Richard, 383n

Cutting, John Browne, 291-2, 294n

Cutting, Nathaniel, 294n

Cuvier, Georges

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