Volume 34 Index

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Lady Washington's Chapel (Washington, D.C.), 369n, 406n

Lafayette, Anastasie Louise Pauline du Motier de. See La Tour-Maubourg, Anastasie du Motier Lafayette de

Lafayette, George Washington Louis Gilbert du Motier de, 403

Lafayette, Marie Adrienne Françoise de Noailles, Marquise de, 403, 404n

Lafayette, Marie Antoinette Virginie du Motier de (Virginie, daughter of the Marquis de Lafayette), 403

Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de

letter from, 403-4

and Madame de Tessé, 336, 338, 404

congratulates TJ, sends family news, 403-4

La Fontaine, Jean de, 141, 142, 143n

La Grange, France, 403

Lamb, John, 311n

Lambert, John, 243

Lambert, William

letter from, 171-2

seeks appointment, 171-2

letters from cited, 172n

presentations on eclipses, 172n

Lamorinnière, Fournier

letter from, 44-5

seeks TJ's assistance, 44-5

lampblack, 327

lamps, 135, 194, 332n

land speculation

in D.C., xli

in Ohio, 86n

Yazoo lands, 197n, 318, 461n

criticism of, 605

Langdon, Elizabeth Sherburne, 173, 409

Langdon, John

letters to, 172-3, 408-9

letters from, 302-3, 409-10

offered, declines secretaryship of the navy, 172-3, 302-3, 309, 408-10, 433, 461, 534, 535

identified, 173n

as reference, 394

letters from cited, 410n, 699, 703

Langdon, Woodbury, 303, 409

Larimore, Jane, 332, 333n

La Rochefoucauld, Alexandrine Charlotte Sophie de Rohan-Chabot, Duchesse de, 287, 293n

Latimer, George

delinquent accounts of, 281n

deters advertising in the Aurora, 298-9

as Federalist partisan, 426, 428n, 444

removal of, sought, 671-2

Latimer, John, 368n, 378

La Tour-Maubourg, Anastasie du Motier Lafayette de, 403, 404n

La Tour-Maubourg, Charles de, 404n

Latrobe, Benjamin Henry, 128, 211

law

contempt, 213-16

and neutral rights, 253-4n

and naval prizes, 320-1, 497-503, 584

U.S. maritime law in its infancy, 500

quarantine laws, 526n

admiralty law, 534n

qualifications for judges, 542

common law, 584, 597

judges should be given opportunity to do right, 597

militia laws, 645

clerks, 674n

military judge advocates, 674n

installment laws, 696

Laws of Maryland (William Kilty), 544

Lawson, Robert

letter to, 410

letter from, 307-8

seeks charity from TJ, 307-8, 360-1, 398, 410

identified, 307n

Leach, Gean

letter from, 583

seeks pardon for husband, 583

Leach, Thomas, Jr.

seeks pardon, 583

letter from cited, 583n, 699

lead, 82

Leamy, John, 278n

Lear, Tobias

letter from, 637-8

appointed general commercial agent, 65

forwards liqueurs and sweetmeats to TJ, 637-8

Learner, Michael, 102

leather

morocco, 201, 235

Lebon, Philippe, 331

Lebrun, Charles François, 424n

Leçons d'Anatomie Comparée (Georges Cuvier), 68

Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres (Hugh Blair), 322n

Lee, Charles, 584

Lee, John (Me.), 130, 131n

Lee, Richard (English barrister)

Treatise of Captures in War, 254n

Lee, Silas, 131n, 344, 345n, 682n

Lee, William (1772-1840)

carries letter for E. Gerry, 21

seeks appointment, 23

appointed commercial agent by Adams, 333-4

recommends Forbes, 415n

Lee family, 456

Leghorn (Livorno), Italy

consul at, 48, 51, 132, 657

Lego (TJ's estate), 595

Le Havre, France

British blockade, 284, 286n, 450-1, 618, 619

commercial agent at, 415

merchants, 454n

vice consul at, 614n

Leib, Michael, 355n, 704

Leiper, Thomas, 257, 270n

Lemaire, Étienne

and W. Bingham, 544-5, 546n, 568

wages, 568

hired as steward of President's House, 685

lemons, 49

L'Enfant, Pierre Charles, 647

Leslie, Robert

letters from, 236-9, 694-5

carries letters for TJ, 167, 236

proposes new method of coining, 167, 236-9, 352-3

letter from cited, 239n, 699

suggests staff reduction at Mint, 239n

recommends Adam Gordon, 694-5

Létombe, Philippe André Joseph de

letters to, 568, 648-9, 685-6

letters from, 357-9, 544-6

and French prisoners, 157-8n, 305n, 374, 668n

finds steward for TJ, 357-9, 544-6, 568, 685-6

forwards letter, 400, 620n

TJ recommends, to Bonaparte, 545, 546

returns to France, 545-6, 568, 648

and the Berceau, 547

visits Washington, 620n

TJ's bids farewell to, 648-9

summary of diplomatic services, 648-9n

Letters from His Excellency George Washington, President of the United States of America (Sir John Sinclair), 414

Lettsom, John Coakley, 641

Levant, 134

Levy, Nathan, 16

Lewis, Eli

letter to, 65

letter from, 7-8

declares support for TJ, 7-8

thanked by TJ, 65

Lewis, Elizabeth Jane Woodson Lewis, 390-1n

Lewis, Jacob

letter from, 656-7

resignation of, expected, 433, 535

opposition to, 461

appointed consul at Calcutta, 536n

seeks appointment, defends conduct, 656-7

Lewis, Joel

letter from, 578

recommended, appointed marshal, 131n, 437

appointment criticized, 563-4, 578, 587-8, 590-1, 683

identified, 578n

Lewis, Lilburne (TJ's nephew), 390-1n

Lewis, Lucy Jefferson (Mrs. Charles Lilburne Lewis, TJ's sister), 390-1n

Lewis, Mary

letter from cited, 702

Lewis, Mary Howell Lewis, 390-1n

Lewis, Meriwether

classification of army officers, viii, 629-30

western expedition of, 73n

TJ's private secretary, 151n, 200, 502n

resides in President's House, 200

insulted by Callender, 205, 229

and S. Tinsley's debt, 421

Lewis, Randolph (TJ's nephew), 390-1n

Lewis, Samuel

letter from cited, 702

Lexington, Ky., 455, 654

Lexington, Va., 673n

libel, 213, 214, 216n

Liberty

depicted on U.S. coins, 72, 73-4n

liberty poles, 428n

Library of Congress

books for, 13-14, 72, 74n

librarian of, 270n

Lilly, Gabriel

overseer at Monticello, 327, 571, 580, 639

agreement with T. M. Randolph, 595

letters from cited, 701, 703, 704

letters to cited, 702, 703

lime, 327

lime syrup, 638n

Lincoln, Benjamin, 81, 85n, 533n

Lincoln, Levi

letters to, 320-1, 546-9

letters from, 340-5, 497-503, 515-17, 657-69

attends cabinet meeting, 114-15

advises on appointments, 130, 343, 518, 661-2

acting secretary of state, 131, 132n, 156n, 160n, 166-7n, 297, 300n, 666

and remission of Callender's fine, 190n

absent from Washington, 213, 460, 534

and Duane's sedition trial, 297, 300n, 584

case of Betsy Cathcart, 320-1, 497-503, 515

reports on New England politics, 340-5, 657-62

as reference, 394

influence of clergy in New England, 515-17

resigns as attorney general, 534n

and restoration of the Berceau, 546-9, 550, 662-7

relations with Great Britain, 646n

Linn, James

letter from, 5-6

advises on N.J. appointments, 5-6, 517-18n

seeks appointment, 6n

recommended for office, 243

lions, 554n

liqueurs, 637-8

Lisbon

consul at, 176, 261-2, 429, 526n, 657

Liston, Robert, 125, 584

Litchfield Monitor, 77n

Little (British subject), 125

Little, George, 597n

Little Kanawha River, 456

Littlepage, John Carter

letter to, 62

brother's return to U.S. expected, 62

Littlepage, Lewis, 62, 63, 64n, 361, 481

Littleton, Sir Thomas, 535, 536n

Little Turkey (Cherokee chief), 505-8

Livermore, Edward St. Loe, 129, 131n

Livermore, Samuel, 521n

Livingston, Edward, 158-9n, 624n

Livingston, Robert R.

letters to, 62-4, 213-14, 251-4

letters from, 12-13, 214-16, 254-5, 263

unable to speak French, 12

advises on appointments, 12-13, 165n, 255, 256

and T. Sumter, Jr., 12-13, 62-4

plans visit to Washington, 13

declines secretaryship of the navy, 173n

and W. Duane's contempt case, 213-14, 214-16

and TJ's opinion on neutral rights, 251-4, 254-5

notes on conversations with, 255, 256

criticizes Denniston & Cheetham, 263

letter to cited, 263n, 698

appointed minister to France, 281, 284, 311, 453

and Convention of 1800, 284

prepares to depart for France, 309, 545, 546, 568, 628

as reference, 394

and Sayre, 452

as gubernatorial candidate, 514n

gubernatorial election of 1792, 515n

and Louisiana, 528

letter from cited, 703

Livy, 465

Lloyd, James, 207n

Locke, John, 41n

locks, 191, 194

Logan, Deborah Norris, 78

Logan, George

letter from, 77-8

advises on appointments, 77-8, 355n

candidate for U.S. Senate, 300n, 492

as reference, 474

Lomax, John Tayloe, 200

Lomax, Thomas

letter from, 200

recommends sons, 200

London

booksellers, 14n

medical education in, 117, 270n, 322n

consul at, 176n, 429

mint at, 237

St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 270n

physicians, 276

merchants, 436n

London Vaccine Institution, 273

Long, Frederick, 102

longitude, xli, 183-4, 249, 480n, 687-8

Loomis, Lebeus, 609n

Lora, Reverend, 705

Lormerie, Louis Philippe Gallot de

letter from, 203-4

offers tapestries to U.S., 203-4

letters to, from cited, 204n

lotteries, 417n

Louis I, King of Etruria, 691, 692n

Louis XVI, King of France, 167n

Louisiana

applications for appointment in, 105n

ceded to France by Spain, 111, 174-5, 186, 205, 528, 560, 646n

immigration to, 174-5, 216, 456

military forces of, 216

population, 216

cotton production in, 216-17

imports and exports, 216-17

sugar production in, 216-17

acquisition of, 417n

and Great Britain, 419n, 646n

Opelousas, 598, 599n

Catholics, 599n

Love, John S., 705

Lovell, William

letter from cited, 702

"Lover of Republicanism" (pseudonym)

letter from, 41

urges TJ to be independent, 41

Low, Rufus

letter from, 263-4

seeks navy commission, 263-4

identified, 264n

Lowell, John, 659, 665

Lower, Christian, 525n

Loyalists. See American Revolution

Ludlow, Daniel

candidate for supervisor, 37

criticism of, 37, 513, 522-3

appointed navy agent, 158n, 256, 513, 515n, 522

loan of pump to C. W. Peale, 686

Ludwig, John, 523-5

Lunéville, Treaty of, 286n, 691

Lyman, Micah J., 601-2

Lyman, William, 547, 548n, 661-2

Lynchburg, Va., 620

Lyon, James

letters from, 404-5, 602-3, 620-4

publishes Political Mirror, 20n

seeks appointment, 404-5, 602-3

seeks loan, 602-3

plan for establishing country newspapers, 620-4

 
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