Volume 34 Index

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G

Gage, Captain (Boston), 362

Gallagher, John, 529n

Gallatin, Albert

letters to, 242, 396-8, 582, 644-5

letters from, 136, 158-9, 170-1, 190, 226-7, 243, 279-80, 318, 318-19, 320, 339-40, 354-5, 356-7, 379-81, 392-3, 460, 476-7, 517-18, 525-6, 531-4, 543, 543-4, 572-3, 635-6, 637, 651-6, 678-81, 681-2, 683

letters from cited, 171n, 381n, 502-3n, 543n, 698, 699, 702

letter to cited, 357n, 698

Personal Affairs

prepares for residence in Washington, 242

TJ invites to dinner, 242

Politics

as reference, 96, 123n, 528

source for news of Pa. politics, 96

appointment of Joel Lewis, 563-4, 683

Secretary of the Treasury

draft circular to collectors, vii-viii, 635-6, 644-5

Report on Collection of Internal Revenues, viii, 651-6, 677n

urges reorganization of internal revenue offices, viii, 318-19

applications to, for appointments, 6n, 103n, 128n, 355n, 470, 476n, 483, 485n, 489, 490n, 603, 672n

appointed, 22, 110, 111, 112

advises on appointments, 36, 158-9, 310n, 476-7, 480n, 543-4, 681-2

Federalists attempt to thwart nomination, 66-7n, 446

advises on Mediterranean squadron, 114-15, 308

attends cabinet meetings, 114-15, 326

and collection of Direct Tax in S.C., 136, 543

and Duane's sedition trial, 169-70, 297

and conduct of McLane, 170-1, 392-3

and remission of Callender's fine, 190

case of S. Nicholson, 207

operation of General Stamp Office, 226-7, 318-19

confusion over Perth Amboy collectorship, 243

Priestman's case, 279-80, 320, 460

Report on Delinquent Collectors, 280-1

and British debt claims, 316, 326

and appointment for Habersham, 318, 476

and Mullowny's case, 339-40

and T. Coxe, 354-5, 476

and revenue cutters, 356-7, 527n, 637, 644

comments on J. Clark's account, 371-2

and granting of passports, 379-81, 396-8

and P. Edwards's letter, 429

criticized by clerks, 446

case of the Betsy Cathcart, 502-3n

and Dunham's removal, 517-18

circular on health certificates, 525-6

investigation of W. Watson, 531-4

leave of absence for comptroller, 550

collector for Michilimackinac, 572-3, 582

marine hospitals, 678-81, 682n

Gallatin, Hannah Nicholson, 193, 242, 318n

gambling, 327

Ganges (U.S. ship), 278, 339-40, 367n

Gantt, Edward, 462, 471, 581, 640

Gantt, John Mackall, 336n, 647

gardens, 420-1

Gardner, William (N.H.), 357n, 449n

Gardner, William P., 71, 73n

Garrard, James

letter from cited, 232-3n, 698

recommends W. Carr, 232-3n

Garrett, Alexander

letter from cited, 702

Gary, Captain, 11

Gates, Horatio, 386, 391n, 406, 690n

Gatier, R.

letter from cited, 685n, 699

seeks to be TJ's steward, 685n

Gaullier, John F.

letters from, 108-9, 477-9

seeks appointment, 108-9, 477-9

identified, 109n

Gazette of the United States (Philadelphia), 419-20n, 517n

Geismar, Baron von

letter from, 468-70

business affairs, 468-70

letter to cited, 470n

Gelston, David, 127, 513, 515n

General Greene (U.S. frigate), 30, 330, 433-4

Genet, Edmond Charles, 253-4n, 391-2, 601

Geneva, 152, 153, 276

Geneva, Academy of, 154n

geology, 99n, 504n, 551-3

George III, King of Great Britain

illness of, 166, 167n

and U.S. trade with Spain, 278

opens Mediterranean bases to U.S. Navy, 646, 649, 650, 671, 683-4

Georgetown, D.C.

iron foundry in, 46n

banks, 113, 304n

merchants, 304n, 334n, 647n

turnpike from, suggested, 456

newspapers, 475, 603n

George Washington (U.S. ship), 29, 115n, 330

Georgia

attorneys, 3, 592-3

district attorney, 3

Federalists in, 3, 592-4

courts, 3-4, 455n

Republicans in, 3-4, 592-4

U.S. district court, 4n, 593, 594n

seeks Creek cessions, 129, 130n, 456, 506, 558, 559-60n

Tallassee Co., 129, 558, 559-60n

Cumberland Island, 248

lacks desirable appointments, 318

Council of Safety, 391n

boundaries, 421

clergy, 455

Presbyterians, 455n

and roads to western states, 456-7, 458, 506

collection of internal revenues in, 543, 652

digest of laws, 592

marshal for, 592, 593

postal service, 592, 594

U.S. attorney for, 592

newspapers, 594

marine hospitals, 680

See also Augusta, Ga.; Savannah, Ga.

German language

spoken by U.S. consuls, consular candidates, 49

letters to TJ written in, 72, 75n, 156n

publications in, 449n, 689, 690n

Germans

in Pa., 296, 689

German states

immigrants from, 71, 73n, 74-5

and smallpox vaccination, 276

and French troops along Rhine, 284, 286n

Gerry, Elbridge

letter from, 21-4

advises on politics, 21-4

relationship with J. Adams, 22-3

and Short, 292-3

Gerry, Samuel R., 281n

Gibbon, James, 100

Gibbons, Thomas, 592, 593

Gibbs, Caleb

letter from, 393-4

seeks appointment, 393-4

identified, 394n

Gibraltar

smallpox vaccination at, 277

British naval base at, 646, 649, 650, 671, 684

Gibson, Patrick, 521n, 685n

Gibson & Jefferson

letter to, 227

handle TJ's business affairs in Richmond, 47, 53, 100n, 185, 227, 230-1, 236n, 240, 398, 521n, 595n, 685n

letters from cited, 521n, 685n, 699

and sale of TJ's tobacco, 595n

See also Jefferson, George

Gideon, Jacob, 320

Giles, William Branch

letter from, 227-9

urges removal of Federalists, 227-9

travels to Washington, 228, 229-30

letters from cited, 704

Gilman, Nicholas, 82, 85n, 429

Gilmor, Robert, & Sons, 14n

Gilpin, George

forwards boxes for TJ, 637, 638n

letters to, from cited, 638n

Gilpin, Samuel, 637

ginger, 638n

girandoles, 135

Girard, Stephen, 45n

Glancy, Jesse

letter to, 65

letter from, 7-8

declares support for TJ, 7-8

thanked by TJ, 65

glass, 47-8

Glass, The (Cherokee chief)

heads Cherokee delegation, ix, 505-8

reply to address by, 508-11

Glover, Richard, 386

Godoy y Álvarez de Faria, Manuel de, 641, 643

Goes, Maarten van der, 209n

gold, 480, 506, 567

Goldsmith, Lewis

letter from, 149

Crimes of Cabinets, 149

sends books to TJ, 149

identified, 149n

Gooch, William, 591

Goodrich, Elizur

removal of, as collector, vii, 91, 93, 94n, 301-2, 381-3, 519-20, 547, 555-6, 557n

appointed professor of law, 94n

Goodwin, George, 601, 602n

Goodwin (Goodwyn), Charles, 7n, 15, 221

Gordon, Adam, 694-5

Gordon, Ambrose, 592, 593

Gourlay, Robert, 11, 53, 611

Govan, James, 44, 101

Govan & Weir (London), 44

Governor Jay (revenue cutter), 356n

Graff, John, 428n

Granger, Erastus, 105

Granger, Gideon

letters to, 17, 610

letters from, 105-6, 518-21

exchanges political news, 17, 105-6

health of, 105, 342, 520, 610

advises on Conn. appointments, 341-2, 344n, 518-21, 610

Grave Creek, Va., 492, 493n

Gray, Lloyd, 707

Great Britain

Agriculture

Board of Agriculture, 414n

Economy

market for U.S. agriculture, 54, 351

shortage of grain, 167n

Foreign Relations

with Denmark, 60, 61n, 285n

embargo of Baltic and North Sea ports, 281, 285n

with Russia, 281, 285n

with Portugal, 284

with Prussia, 285n

with Sweden, 285n

with Batavian Republic, 554n

Laws

contempt and libel, 213, 214, 216n

principles of neutral rights, 251-3

admiralty courts, 261n, 501, 502n, 533n, 671, 684

ownership of prizes, 320-1, 321n, 497-502, 586

Navy

attacks Danish fleet, 61n, 285n

impressment of American seamen, 67, 291, 294n, 296, 671, 684

blockades the Sémillante, 230, 267

and smallpox vaccination, 276-7

strength of, 281-2, 439, 441

blockades Le Havre, 284, 286n, 450-1, 618, 619

enters Baltic Sea, 285n

threatened by combined French and Spanish fleets, 642, 643

Politics and Government

definitions of citizenship, 32

change of ministry, 50, 51n, 134, 324

fear of revolutions, 436n

political parties, 465

Science and Learning

medical training, 117

learned societies, 153, 154

meridian at Greenwich, 184

smallpox vaccination, 273, 276-7, 468

Society

Jews in, 149n

impact of immigration on, 434-5

Annual Register, 634-5

Puritans, 668n

U.S. Relations with

and American political parties, 17, 77-8, 522, 612

and extraditions, 26, 27n, 125, 163-4, 206

immigrants to U.S., 46n, 77n, 89, 126n, 199n, 221, 242n, 312n

Britain nominates U.S. consuls, 49

interference with U.S. shipping, 58, 260, 261n, 282, 310-11, 531, 603, 613n

spoliation claims, 176n

dispute over neutral rights, 251-4, 254-5, 282-4

reaction to TJ's election, 281

resolution of debt claims, 323-7, 649, 696

pre-Revolutionary War trade with U.S., 324

and granting of passports, 397-8

and Louisiana, 419n, 646n

detains Benjamin Franklin, 450, 451n

accuses U.S. customs officers of fraud, 532, 533-4n

opens Mediterranean bases to U.S. Navy, 646, 649, 650, 671, 683-4

TJ seeks friendly relations with, 646, 671, 684

refuses to issue exequatur, 657n

reforms admiralty courts, 671, 684

War with France

and Two Sicilies, 49-50, 133

prospects for peace, 50, 99, 134, 167n, 281-2, 284, 438-41, 474

signs armistice with Denmark, 60

and Egypt, 134, 167n, 281-2, 285n, 439, 441, 642-3

defense against French invasion, 281, 285n

seizes Cape of Good Hope, 554n

and league of armed neutrality, 642-3

Greene, Ray

receives erroneous commission, 66, 131-2, 145

resigns from Senate, 195, 196n

supports D. L. Barnes's appointment, 341

Greenup, Christopher, 232n

Greenwich, England, 184, 249

Greetham, William, 379, 381n, 396

Gregg, Andrew, 355n

Grenville, William Wyndham, Lord, 323-4

Griffith, William, 213-14n

Griffiths, Elijah

letter from, 269-70

makes recommendations, offers opinions, 269-70

Grigsby, Joseph, 494

Griswold, Roger, 94n

Griswold, Stanley, 377, 493

Grotius, Hugo

De Jure Belli ac Pacis, 254n, 500, 502n

Groves, Matthew

letter from, 687-9

seeks appointment, 687-9

letter from cited, 689n

Grubb, George Gray, 257, 258n

Grymes, Ariana, 11, 44, 53, 97, 101, 611

Grymes, Charles Wyndham

letter to, 53-4

letters from, 11-12, 97-8

asks TJ to be guardian, 11-12, 53-4, 97-8, 611

and estate of Ariana Randolph, 44, 101

Grymes, John Randolph, 44

Grymes, Mary, 11, 44, 53, 97, 101, 611

Grymes, Philip, 11

Guadeloupe, W.I., 570n

Guardian of Liberty (Newport), 146, 147n

Guerard, Robert G., 281n

Gulliver's Travels (Jonathan Swift), 457-8n

Gunnell, Presly, 304

gunpowder, 82, 617-20, 651

gypsum. See plaster of paris

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