Volume 34 Index

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McAllister, Matthew, 3

McArthur, John, 19-20

McCall, Hugh, 464

McCandless, George, 625

McClean, Archibald, 492

McClenachan, Blair

letter from, 124

seeks appointment, 124

identified, 124n

McClenachan, Robert, 495n

McCrea, Jane, 386, 389n

McCullough, William, 243

McDonald, John

letter from, 578-9

seeks appointment, 578-9

identified, 579n

McDowell, Samuel, Jr., 233n, 243-5

McElroy, Archibald, Jr.

dismissed from navy, 296

letter from cited, 300n

seeks reappointment, 300n

McGuire, Thomas, 95, 97n

McHenry, James, 84, 87n, 250

McIver, John, 221n

McKean, Joseph, 613

McKean, Robert, 613

McKean, Thomas

letter to, 625-7

letter from, 612-13

advises on appointments, 78, 355n, 612-13, 625-7

letter from cited, 78n, 701

elected governor, 96

patronage practices, 96, 183n, 431, 612-13

appointments by, 210, 296, 300n

recommends aspirants for office, 470

as chief justice of Pa., 553n

images of, 690n

McKeehan, David, 95, 97n

McLane, Allen

accused of misconduct, 170-1, 348, 392-3, 402, 467

and Mullowny's case, 339-40

Maclure, Alexander

letter from cited, 504n

Maclure, William

letter from, 503-4

and Volney, 438, 440, 441-2n, 503

observations on conditions in France, 503-4

identified, 504n

letter from cited, 699

McMullan, James

letter from cited, 704

McNeill, Daniel, 378n

Macon, Col. (Va.), 101, 185

Macon, Nathaniel

letter to, 109-10

letters from, 176-7

advises on N.C. appointments, policies, 109-10, 176-7

as reference, 484

letter from cited, 697

McPherson, William

removal of, sought, 426-7, 428n, 444, 447, 448

as militia leader, 443-4, 449n

McPherson's Blues, 428n

McRee, Griffith J., 484n

Madagascar, 156

Madeira, 331, 363, 646

See also wine

Madison, Dolley Payne Todd

letter to, 193

returns to Washington, 5

invited to dine with TJ, 103n, 193

resides at President's House, 111, 196, 200, 246n, 257

letter to cited, 193n

Madison, James

letters to, 67, 193, 395, 396-8, 429-30, 597-8

letters from, 396, 583-5

Congress

and T. Coxe, 449

Personal Affairs

arrives in Washington, 5, 7n, 26, 68

health of, 68, 399, 535, 547

difficulties in procuring housing, 111, 193n

and Lawson, 307

See also Montpelier

Politics

and appointments and removals, viii, 7n, 536-7n, 557n, 683

President

appointments, 104-5n, 157n, 534n

Relations with Jefferson

TJ visits, 7n

invited to dine with TJ, 103n, 193

resides at President's House, 111, 193, 196, 246n, 257

Secretary of State

applications to, for appointments, 4n, 146n, 164n, 172n, 232, 357n, 415, 429, 592, 594n, 624n, 646, 656

and John Thompson's impressment, 67

advises on Mediterranean squadron, 115

attends cabinet meetings, 115, 326

briefs consuls and ministers on Barbary affairs, 115n

and Sargent's removal, 125-6n, 184-5

and reduction of diplomatic establishment, 130-1n, 209n

Priestman's case, 279, 320n

and British debt claims, 324-5, 326, 696n

and Cathcart's citizenship, 333, 334n

as reference, 395

and postal contracts, 395-6

and granting of passports, 396-8

advises on appointments, 429, 564

and P. Edwards's letter, 429

W. C. Nicholas's letter to, 430

issuing of health certificates, 525-6

and C. Pinckney, 528

investigation of W. Watson, 532, 533n

sends Claiborne's commission, 560, 561n

restitution of naval prizes, 569, 570n, 584, 587n

and W. Duane's sedition trial, 583-4, 597-8

and Saint-Domingue constitution, 637

relations with Great Britain, 646n

valedictory letter to Létombe, 648

publication of laws in German, 690n

See also State, U.S. Department of

Madison, Bishop James

letter to, 68

and Munford and Barraud, 68

letters from cited, 68n, 704

Magoffin, James

letter to, 19

sends copy of Chipman's Sketches, 19

Maher, Edward, 489n

Mahón, Minorca

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

Maine

and immigration and naturalization, 35

army garrisons in, 82

Portland, 82, 681n

Federalists in, 129

U.S. attorney for, 129, 131n, 344, 345n, 682n

Penobscot collectorship, 130

boundary, 178

Hallowell, 651

removals expected in, 661

marine hospitals, 678, 681n

Mainoni, Étienne-Bernard, 73n

Malcolm, William, 360n

Mallet Frères & Cie. (Paris), 504

Malta

consul at, 49

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

Malta, Knights of, 294n

Maltbie, Jonathan, 357n

Mangourit, Michel Ange Bernard de, 392n

Manhattan Company, 241, 242n, 256

Mansfield, William Murray, Lord, 214, 216n, 321, 584

manufacturing

of cannon, 46, 83, 86n

promotion of, 77-8, 123n, 456, 457

maps, xli, 14n, 84, 87n

Marbois. See Barbé de Marbois, François

Marchant, Elihu

seeks pardon, 360, 362-4, 429

Marchant, Sarah Norton, 363, 364n

Margaret Tingey (schooner), 259

Marines, U.S.

band, viii, 476

barracks for, 198-200, 202-3, 331

reduction of, 373, 384, 398

Maritime Compact (Thomas Paine), 281, 282, 285n

Mark, Jacob, 468-9

Marks, Anna Scott Jefferson (Mrs. Hastings Marks, TJ's sister), 151n, 572, 580, 639

Marks, Hastings (TJ's brother-in-law), 151n

Marks, Joanna Sydnor, 151n

Marks, Peter, 151n

Marks, Peter S.

letter from, 150-1

seeks appointment, 150-1

identified, 151n

marriage, 565-6

Marseilles, France, 333, 334n

Marsh, Daniel, 243

Marshall, Humphrey, 456

Marshall, James M.

letter from, 485-6

as reference, 456

case of Pedon and Morris, 485-6

Marshall, John, 323

Martens, Georg Friedrich von

Summary of the Law of Nations, 500, 502n

Martin, Wheeler

letter from cited, 702

Maryland

militia, xliii

U.S. attorney for, 130, 131n

French prisoners in, 158n, 666, 668n

Chester collectorship, 281n

Vienna collectorship, 281n

Montgomery Co., 303

Federalists in, 340

education, 433n

legislature, 534n, 537n

elections in, 536, 537n

Harford Co., 536, 537n

Republicans in, 536, 537n

compilation of laws of, 544

collection of internal revenues in, 652, 655, 676-7

marine hospitals, 679

See also Baltimore

Maryland (U.S. sloop)

carries Dawson to France, 29, 286n

ordered to give passage to T. Paine, 281

searched by British, 284

returns to U.S., 287, 288, 293n, 450, 454n, 588, 589, 615

Maskelyne, Nevil

Astronomical Observations, 249, 251n

Mason, Anna Maria Murray, 193

Mason, John (Georgetown merchant)

letter from, 303-4

wife of, 193n

and justices of the peace for D.C., 303-4

identified, 304n

and Cathalan, 334n

president of Bank of Columbia, 420

Mason, John Thomson

as reference, 20

letter from cited, 192n, 698

recommends Harwood, 192n

and W. Duane, 297

as attorney, 371

and pardon for T. Leach, 583n

Mason, Jonathan, 67n

Mason, Stevens Thomson, 297

Massachusetts

physicians, 16n

exports from, 79n

army garrisons in, 82

Marblehead, 82, 281n

Salem, 82

Springfield armory, 83, 86n

elections in, 105, 218-19

governors, 105, 218

legislature, 105, 218, 344, 516, 674n

marshal for, 130, 131n, 393-4

French prisoners in, 158n

lieutenant governor, 218

and smallpox vaccination, 273, 277

Ipswich collectorship, 281n

Newburyport collectorship, 281n

militia, 344, 345n, 364n, 548n

U.S. attorney for, 344, 345n, 682n

western, 345n

American Revolution in, 364n

Martha's Vineyard, 364n

Nantucket, 364n

clergy, 515-16

Worcester, 517n, 658

Plymouth collectorship, 531-4

U.S. district court, 533n, 548n, 549n

supervisor for, 548n

newspapers, 549n, 667

trade with Mediterranean, 607-8

French consul for, 649n

collection of internal revenues in, 652, 655, 676-7

postal service, 657-8

Hampshire Co., 662

influence of, in New England, 667

marine hospitals, 679

See also Boston; Federalists; Republicans

Massachusetts Gazette, or the Springfield and Northampton Weekly Advertiser, 77n

Massachusetts Historical Society, 411

Massachusetts Mercury (Boston), 517n

Massachusetts Spy (Worcester), 77n

Masson, Francis, 436n

Masten, John, 627

mastodon

remains discovered in Hudson Valley, ix, 481-2, 627-8, 686

Mathews, George, 593

Matthieu, John S. M., 49

Mawney, John, 146

Maxcy, Jonathan

letter from cited, 701

Maxwell, George, 5

Maxwell, Robert

letters from, 113-14, 585

removed as postmaster, 113-14, 585

identified, 114n

Mayer, Jacob, 78

Mayo, John, 198

Mazzei, Philip

letter from, 691-2

exchanges seeds, plants with TJ, 306n

sends news from Europe, 691-2

letter from cited, 692n, 703

Meade, David, 323n

Meade, Everard

letter from, 322-3

supports Daly, 322-3, 388

letters from cited, 323n

letter to cited, 323n

Mease, James

letter to, 480-1

letter from, 418-19

Observations, 418

sends pamphlet, lecture outlines, 418-19, 480-1

Mease, Sarah Butler, 193

Mecca, 404

medals, 71-2, 73-4n, 75

Medem, Anna-Dorothea von (Grand Duchess of Courland), 361, 362n

Medical and Physical Journal (London), 277

Medical Repository (New York), 418, 575, 577n

medicine

physicians, 16, 46-7, 117, 242n, 269-70, 404, 462, 488n, 591, 624-5, 645n

apothecaries, 16n, 117

medical schools, education, 117, 322n, 624-5

dentists, 118n

bleedings, 269, 418

treatment by stimulation, 269, 270n

political differences among physicians, 269-70

lack of patronage for, 270

medical societies, 270n

opiates, 270n, 541

rabies, 418

health certificates, 525-6

fevers, 527

rheumatism, 596

sulphur springs, 604

See also hospitals; smallpox; yellow fever

Mediterranean Sea

navy squadron sent to, 29-30, 114-15, 140n, 159, 160n, 181n, 230, 266-8, 308-9, 330-1, 461, 462n, 607-8, 646, 649, 664, 683-4

trade of, 49, 133-4, 431-2, 607-8, 691

sending of warships to, urged, 60-1, 133-4

Barbary cruisers, 134, 646

vessels warned to avoid, 308

Mediterranean passes, 379-81, 396-8

proposed naval hospital in, 624n

British navy bases in, 646, 649, 650, 671, 683-4

See also Algiers; Tripoli; Tunis

Meeks, Edward

letter from, 359-60

seeks appointment, 359-60

identified, 360n

megalonyx, 554n

Meigs, Return Jonathan, 86n, 315, 506, 507

Memoirs of the American Revolution (William Henry Drayton), 157n

Mendenhall, Thomas, 348-9, 402, 467

Mercer, John F.

letter from cited, 192n, 698

recommends Harwood, 192n

and establishment of Republican newspapers, 603

Mercury and New-England Palladium (Boston), 516, 517n

Meredith, Margaret Cadwalader, 476

Meredith, Samuel, 476, 477n, 627

Merrimack (U.S. ship), 596

Mexico, 175, 628n

Miami Indians, 211n

Michilimackinac

collection district, 572-3, 582, 704

Middletown, Conn.

collector at, 93, 94n, 130

Mifflin, Fort, 82, 85n

Mifflin, Thomas, 122, 690n

Milan, Italy, 48

militia

Federalists and, 22

reformation, reorganization of, 22, 645

importance of, to republican government, 675, 676n

milk, 102, 705, 707

Milledge, John

letter from cited, 455n, 698

recommends J. F. Hull, 455n

millennialism, 41n

Miller, Arthur, 250, 251n

Miller, Edward, 575, 577n

Miller, Henry, 95, 97n, 444, 449n, 492

Miller, Peter, 707

Miller, Samuel

letter from, 410-12

progress of learning in U.S., 411-12

Brief Retrospect of the Eighteenth Century, 412n

Miller, William

commissioner of the revenue, 226-7, 318, 355, 427, 449n, 677n

mills, 416

Milton, John, 258, 387

Milton, Va., 44, 390

Mincio River, battle of, 403

Minor, John

letter from cited, 109n

recommends Gaullier, 109n

Mint, U.S.

silver and gold for, 64, 237, 267, 353, 354n

designs of coins, 72, 73-4n

Federalists in, 72

chief coiner, 73n, 353, 354n

engravers, 73n, 75, 353, 354n

applications for employment in, 75, 167

expense of, criticized, 167, 353

staff of, 236, 239n

production of, 236-7, 352-3

coining process at, 237, 352-3, 354n

secrecy at, 238, 239

Mirror of the Times, & General Advertiser (Wilmington, Del.), 459n

Miscellaneous Works (David Humphreys), 61n

Mississippi Gazette, 151n

Mississippi River, 59, 218n

Mississippi Territory

governor of, 81n, 125-6n

judges, 81n

source for patronage, 318

C. Pinckney's speech on, 528

establishment of, 559n, 562n

relations with Spain, 560

descriptions of, 560-1

politics, 560-1

legislature, 561, 562n

collection of internal revenues in, 652

See also Claiborne, William C. C.; Natchez; Sargent, Winthrop

Mitchell, William, 102

Mitchill, David Brydie, 592

Mitchill, Samuel Latham

letter from, 624-5

publishes Medical Repository, 575, 577n

recommends G. Davis, 624-5

Mobile, W. Fla., 216

Mobile River, 120

Molière (Jean Baptiste Poquelin)

"L'Amour Médecin," 294n

Monongahela River, 456

Monroe, Elizabeth Kortright, 141, 142, 143n, 399, 614

Monroe, James

letters to, 161-3, 185-6, 205-6, 206, 398-9, 614

letters from, 24-7, 163-4, 173-4, 229-30, 345-7, 347-8, 360-1, 399

as minister to France, 24, 260, 261n, 283, 286n, 293n

and recall of King, 24

on correspondence between governors and president, 24-7, 161-2, 173-4, 205

correspondence with J. Adams, 26, 27n, 164n

and extradition of H. Jones, 26, 163-4, 173, 206

and Norfolk navy yard, 68, 69n, 125n, 161

and Callender, 100, 185-6, 205, 229-30

letters from cited, 205-6n, 614n, 699, 702

recommends aspirants for office, 205-6n, 614n

correspondence with Madison, 209n

and removal of condemned slaves, 345-7, 614

and guard for federal armories in Va., 347-8, 614

and Marchant and Lawson, 360-1

as reference, 394

TJ sends news to, 398-9

Albemarle Co. property, 399, 614

introduces G. Hay, 399

forwards mail, 504n

Monroe, John

letter from, 19-20

appointed U.S. attorney, 19

recommends aspirants for office, 19-20, 495n

criticism of, 258

Montgomery, Capt. (Pa.), 449n

Montgomery, John (Md.), 536, 537n

Montgomery, Richard, 386

Montgomery Co., Ky.

letter to, 271

thanked by TJ, 271

Monticello

postal service to, from, ix, 530, 548

TJ invites family to, ix-x, 374, 378-9, 428-9, 451, 571-2, 580, 649

groceries and supplies for, 4-5, 46n, 109, 185, 227, 571, 580, 598

sashes for, 47-8, 185

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

insurance of, 56-7, 684, 685n

biannual visits to, planned by TJ, 64-5, 196

various visitors to, 68n

wine sent to, 100, 227, 257, 650, 701

carpenters, housejoiners at, 102, 295, 369n

stonecutters for, 104, 231

management of work at, 104n

TJ invites friends to, 141, 142

furnishings for, 194

shelves and closets, 212n

brickmason at, 231, 685n

plastering, 231, 295

wine cellar, 257

copper for, 295

dome, 295

floors, 295

plants, trees for, 306n, 599

efforts to clear land for Craven's lease, 327, 384

damaged by hail, 390, 429, 451

housing for artisans, 407

TJ prepares for visit to, 451

threshing machine at, 452

wheat harvest at, 452

pyramid model displayed at, 455n

slaves at, 572, 580

livestock, 580

sheep flock, 580

smallpox vaccination at, 580, 581-2, 640

Native American art, 599n

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Nailery; Jefferson, Thomas: Travels

Montpelier

TJ visits, 7n

Madisons return to, 193n, 559, 572, 614, 650, 656

Moody, John, 591

Moore, Elieb, 28n

Moore, Henry

letter from cited, 319n, 702

letter to cited, 319n, 698

Moore, Stephen, 230, 259

Moore, Thomas (Del.), 171n

Moorhead (British subject), 125

Moreau de St. Méry, Médéric Louis Elie, 417n

Morgan & Price (Philadelphia), 589

Morlaix, France, 656

Morris, Gouverneur

letters to, 64-5, 267-8

letter from, 151-2

offers silver service to TJ, 64, 151-2, 267

TJ sends news of foreign affairs to, 267-8

as minister to France, 289

Morris, Richard Valentine, 378n

Morris, Robert

letter from, 46

recommends Foxall, 46

Morris, Robert, Jr., 46

Morris, Samuel, 485-6

Morse, Jedidiah, 328, 329n

Morse, Samuel, 56

Morton, Jonathan, 138n

Mosby, Littleberry, 197

Moses (Bible), 93, 94n

Mott, James, 6n

Moultrie, Alexander, 14-15

Moultrie, William, 14, 15n

Mountflorence, James Cole, 64n

Mount Vernon, 475n

Mr. Charles Pinckney's Speech, in Answer to Mr. Jay (Charles Pinckney), 528, 529n

Muhlenberg, Frederick Augustus Conrad, 296, 300n, 309

Muhlenberg, John Peter Gabriel

appoints inspectors, 103n, 355

and divisions among Pa. Republicans, 300n, 492

elected to U.S. Senate, 300n

appointed supervisor, 354, 355, 427, 492

recommends aspirants for office, 470

and T. Coxe, 476

letter from cited, 704

Mullowny, John, 278, 339-40

Mumford, John P., 609n

Mumford, Paul M.

letter from cited, 702

Mumford, William, 263, 264n

Munford, William G. (d. 1804), 68

Munson, Elijah, 242n

Munson, Walter, 242n

murder

by British subjects in U.S., 125

by Indians, 389n

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

Murphy, Mary (Maria), 565-6

Murray, Alexander, 378n

Murray, John B., 609n

Murray, William, 244

Murray, William Vans

recall of, 130n, 208-9

and ratification of convention of 1800, 282, 285-6n

sends dispatches to U.S., 293n

Murray & Mumford (New York), 607

Museum (Georgetown), 475

Muskingum River, 492

Mustafa Baba, Dey of Algiers, 115n

mutiny

case of the Hermione, 26, 27n, 163-4, 173

rumors of, in British army, 167n

Mutual Assurance Society, 56-7, 684, 685n

Myers, Moses, 537

 
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