Volume 34 Index

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F

facsimiles, 414

Fair, William, 676n

Falmouth, Eng., 149

Fantrees (Fontrees), Valentine, 5, 110, 390, 701

Faris, George, 595

Farmer's Journal (Danbury, Conn.), 56

Farnsworth, Oliver, 146, 147n

farriers, 102

Fauchet, Jean Antoine Joseph, 260

Faw, Abraham

letter from, 20

seeks appointment, 20

Federalist: Containing Some Strictures upon a Pamphlet, Entitled, "The Pretensions of Thomas Jefferson to the Presidency, examined, and the Charges against John Adams, refuted" (Tench Coxe), 449, 450n

Federalists

in Conn., vii, xliii, 90-4, 105, 246-7n, 255, 301-2, 309, 341-3, 344-5n, 377, 431, 518-20, 547, 557n, 606-7, 610, 660

misinterpret Inaugural Address, vii, 606, 626

in army, viii, 22, 96, 629

attorneys as, 3, 195, 592, 593

in Ga., 3, 592-4

in N.J., 5-6, 78, 517n

called aristocrats, 6, 105

in S.C., 7n, 15n, 187, 188n, 221

compromise with, impossible, 17, 246n, 546

and Great Britain, 17, 77-8, 612

leaders irreconcilable, 17, 66, 105, 258-9, 262, 265, 340, 431, 466, 518, 546, 616, 625, 626, 659-60

lose public support, 17, 340, 608

in New England, 17, 21, 23, 105, 343-4, 518-20, 538-9, 546-7

in R.I., 17, 146-7n, 195, 340-1, 518, 608

in Vt., 17, 76, 601-2

associated with monarchy, 20, 93, 443, 445, 472-3, 513-14, 518-19, 547, 616-17, 625-6, 684

in Va., 20, 228, 258-9, 494, 574

in Boston, 21, 344, 660

in Mass., 21, 105, 130, 218-19, 220n, 343-4, 515-16, 548n, 608, 658-62, 667, 674n

in New York City, 21, 514n

in N.Y., 21, 76, 77n, 127n, 223-4, 256, 309-10n, 316-17, 513-14, 608, 609n

in Pa., 21, 95-6, 296, 329n, 340, 442, 445-6, 492, 536

in Philadelphia, 21, 72, 168, 269-70, 425n, 426

printers, newspapers, 21, 76, 246n, 389n, 405, 445, 446, 516, 517n, 547, 549, 594, 601-2, 659-60, 684

removal of, expected, urged, 21, 78, 91-4, 187, 223-4, 228, 255, 296-7, 301-2, 309-10n, 316-17, 329n, 340-5, 426, 444-5, 518-19, 592, 593, 612, 616, 660-1

and militias, 22, 246n

Constitution threatened by, 23, 213, 223-4, 228, 466, 472-3, 513, 546

seized by frenzy, madness, 66, 76, 658

attempt to block TJ's nominations, 66-7, 446

interfere with postal service, 72, 95, 377, 536, 559, 573-4, 577, 585, 592, 594

called Tories, British party, 77, 213-14n, 215, 219, 228, 297, 310n, 513, 522, 574, 588n, 593, 612

speculate in B.U.S. stocks, 88n

clergy allied with, 92-3, 255, 259, 342, 515-16, 606-7

party organization of, 92-3

threaten disunion, 93

removal of, for political opinions unjust, 95, 177, 372, 445, 465

threaten, use economic reprisals, 95, 187, 221, 298-9, 427, 472, 517n, 593, 662

threaten, remove Republican subordinates, 113-14, 168, 272, 296, 297, 317, 445, 585, 635-6, 662, 684

former Loyalists among, 126n, 213-14n, 297, 316-17, 513, 616, 684

in Me., 129

in N.H., 129, 520

judiciary dominated by, 129-30, 197, 213, 228, 445, 487, 591-2, 593

appointment of, opposed, 177, 492

renewed opposition by, expected, 177, 218-19, 246n, 608, 609n, 612, 621, 659-60

return to Republican ranks, 258, 265, 484, 489, 518, 658-61

in navy, 296

jury packing by, 297, 386, 627n

in Md., 340

plan for election of 1804, 344, 608, 659

will accept some removals, 426, 442-3, 612

removals would unite, 431, 518-19

monopolize public offices, 443, 467, 555-6, 591-3, 635, 644, 671, 684

attempt to thwart TJ's election, 445

appointments to reconcile, 466, 520

in Del., 467, 487, 588n, 612, 616-17

in N.C., 483-4

refuse to resign from office, 489-90

flatter J. Adams, 512

support among, for TJ's administration, 523, 539, 546-7, 601, 658-61

TJ accused of punishing, 536

Essex Junto, 546, 548n, 608, 616, 626, 660, 668n

in southern states, 547

and restoration of the Berceau, 547-50

in Miss. Terr., 560-1

offices their source of strength, 612

favor strong executive branch, 616, 625, 665-6

TJ considers most to be republicans, 616-17, 625-6

divisions among, 660

Felice, Cyrille, 263-4

Female Humane Association (Baltimore), 432-3

Female Patriotism, Or The Death of Joan d'Arc (John Daly Burk), 389n

Fenner, Arthur

letter to, 266

letters from, 70-1, 121

congratulates TJ, 70-1

and address by R.I. legislature to TJ, 71n, 189n

letters from cited, 71n, 697, 701

and Howell, 121, 145-6, 266

forwards letters, 144

letter to cited, 189n, 698

Fenwick, Joseph, 334n

Fenwick, Mason & Co. (Georgetown), 304n, 334n

Ferdinand III, Grand Duke of Tuscany, 691-2

Ferdinand IV, King of Naples, 51

Ferguson, David, 102

Ferguson, Hugh

letter from, 122-3

seeks appointment, 122-3

Ferrer y Cafranga, José Joaquín, 120-1n

ferries, 567n

Ferrol, Spain, 642, 643

Few, Catherine Nicholson, 318n

Few, William, 318, 474

figs, 49, 598

Filbert, Peter

letter from, 523-5

advises on appointments, 471n, 523-5

letter from cited, 525n

Findley, William

letter from, 95-7

advises on Pa. appointments, 95-7

fireplaces, 46n

fires

insurance against, 56-7, 684, 685n

firewood, 102

First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England. Or, A Commentary upon Littleton (Sir Edward Coke), 535, 536n

fish

ordered by TJ, 4-5, 109, 185

Fish, Nicholas, 127, 158n, 164-5, 256

Fisher, Elisha, 332

Fisher, Philip, 707

flags

exchanged by U.S. and France, 260, 261n

flax, 457

Fleurieu, Charles Pierre Claret, 286n

Flint River, 183

Flood, Joseph

letter to, 490-1

letter from, 458-60

congratulates, thanked by TJ, 458-60, 490-1

flooring, 312n

Florida

marking of U.S.-Spanish boundary, 119, 120, 183-4

governor of, 125n

rumored to have been ceded to France, 186, 205

Spanish militia in, 216

acquisition of, urged, 456

Catholics in, 599n

Flower, Benjamin, 69, 70n

Foncin, John, 81

Fontrees. See Fantrees (Fontrees), Valentine

Forbes, John Murray, 415, 433

Forlorn Hope (New York City), 514-15n

Forrest, Uriah, 225, 614n

Fortune, Michael

letter from, 417-18

sends TJ a copy of "Jefferson and Liberty," 417-18

identified, 417-18n

Fosdick, Nicholl, 344n

Fossett, Joseph (1780-1858, Joe, TJ's slave), 104n

fossils, 630-1

Foster, Theodore

letters to, 66-7, 266-7

letters from, 144-7, 607-10, 632-5

and R.I. politics, appointments, 66-7, 144-7, 266-7, 607-10

health of, 607, 609

plans annual publication, 609, 632-5

antiquarian interests, 610n

letter from cited, 701

Fourth of July. See Independence Day

Fowler, Alexander, 489, 490n

Fowler, John

letter from cited, 232-3n, 698

recommends W. Carr, 232-3n

Fox (brig), 49

Foxall, Henry, 46

Frailey, Peter

letter from, 523-5

recommends aspirants for office, 355n, 523-5

advises on appointments, 471n

letter from cited, 525n

France

Agriculture

horticulture, 306n, 337, 339

agronomy, 496n

improved state of, 503

Art

interest in Egyptian art, 455n

Economy

whale oil imported from U.S., 455n

Foreign Relations

with Spain, 59

with Austria, 284

with German states, 284, 286n

with Batavian Republic, 554n

Navy

blockade of Sémillante, 230, 267

in W. Indies, 260

American officers in, 260-1

gunboats, 282

weakness of, 282

reinforced by Spanish navy, 642, 643

Politics and Government

Conseil d'État, xli-xlii, 356 (illus.), 424n

coup of 18 Brumaire, xlii, 424n, 438, 440

Tribunate, 423n

exile of suspected royalists, 424n

military events dominate, 503

civil code, 504

Science and Learning

influence of French military science, 87n

philosophes, 94n

scientific societies, 99n

smallpox vaccination, 273, 276-7

medical schools, 277

astronomy, 293

Bureau des Longitudes, 294n

expedition to Egypt, 294n

manufacture of gunpowder, 617-18, 619

Society

calendar, xli, 686

altered condition of, 403, 503-4

impact of land redistribution, 503-4

U.S. Relations with

French consuls in U.S., xlii, 392n, 424n

resumption of trade, xlii

secretary of U.S. legation, 12-13, 62-4

U.S. commercial agents in, 13

and Louisiana, 111, 174-5, 186, 205, 528, 560, 646n

U.S. consul general to, 154-5

French prisoners in U.S., 157-8, 304-5, 374, 665-7, 668n, 674-5

French role in American Revolution, 207

and free ships, free goods, 253-4n, 282-3

exchange of flags, 260, 261n

reaction to TJ's election, 281

delays ratification of Convention of 1800, 282-3, 450

and treaty of amity and commerce, 283, 286n, 498-9, 502n

French attitudes toward U.S., 310

Americans in French service, 391-2

and granting of passports, 397

U.S. market for French goods, 439, 441

friendly relations with France encouraged, 466-7, 549n, 664

and naval prizes, 498-9, 547-50, 568-70, 586, 596-7, 662-7, 668n

consular convention between U.S. and France, 570n

immigrants to U.S., 571

French consul general, 649n

French minister plenipotentiary, 649n

War with Britain and Second Coalition

prospects of peace with Britain, 50, 99, 134, 167n, 281-2, 284, 438-9, 440-1, 474

armistice with Naples, 51

in Egypt, 134, 160n, 282, 285n, 439, 441, 455n, 642, 643

considers expedition to England, 282

occupies forts on Rhine, 284, 286n

treaty with Portugal, 286n

Francis's hotel (Philadelphia), 473

Franklin, Benjamin

commissioner in Paris, 64n, 261n, 442n

family of, 72, 87n, 298

"Rules by which a Great Empire may be reduced to a Small One," 435, 436n

and T. Coxe, 446

age of, 555

Franklin, Robinson & Co. (New York City), 474

fraud

insurance, 79n

ship's register, 531-4

Frazier, James, 281n

Frederick, Prince, Duke of York and Albany, 273

Frederick II, King of Prussia (Frederick the Great), 634

Fredericksburg, Va., 109n

Frederick William III, King of Prussia, 73n

Freeman, John, 208n, 489

Freeman, Lewis

letter from, 240-2

seeks pardon, 240-2, 396

Freemasons, 689n

French Guiana, 424n

French language

Livingston, Gerry unable to speak, 12, 292-3

spoken by U.S. consuls, consular candidates, 49, 63, 146, 155, 248, 310, 331-2

TJ translates Volney's Ruines, 438, 440, 441n

French Revolution

support for, 99n

resistance to, 293, 294n

refugees, 336-7, 338-9

impact of, 503-4

Freneau, Peter, 221n

Freneau, Philip, 476-7n

Frethy, Edward

account with TJ, 210

Friends, Society of, 553n, 581

Fries, John, 428n

Frost, Amariah

letter from cited, 699

Frost, Elisha, 241

Furman, Gabriel, 514n

 
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