Volume 34 Index

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N

Nantes, France, 284

Naples, 49-51, 133, 691

Natchez, 129, 251n, 694

National "Barley Cake," or, The "Rock of Offence" Into A "Glorious Holy Mountain": in Discourses and Letters (David Austin), 377n

National Intelligencer (Washington)

prints news of Barbary affairs, 61n, 221, 222n

as Republican organ, 97

advertises Austin's discourse, 376n, 475

T. M. Randolph's subscription to, 384-5, 529n

advertises for postal contracts, 395n

considerations on appointments and removals, 442, 445, 446, 449n

reports on Cherokee delegation, 506-8

prints circular on health certificates, 526n

publishes appointments, 536n, 682n

and restoration of the Berceau, 549n

publishes Saint-Domingue constitution, 638n

and reorganization of revenue districts, 677n

See also Smith, Samuel Harrison

National Magazine or Cabinet of the United States (Georgetown), 603n, 624n

"Native American" (pseudonym), 420n

Natural Bridge, Va., 673

natural history, 98-9

navigation, 118-20, 480n

Navy, U.S.

reduction of, viii, 28-30, 60-2, 65, 110-11, 173, 257, 384, 398-9

pumps, ix, 627-8, 686

search for secretary, xliii, 65, 123-4, 150, 152, 172-3, 302-3, 354, 408-9, 433, 448, 534, 535, 562

courts-martial in, 15-17, 364-8, 377-8, 597n

alcoholism in, 16n

purchase of navy yards, 26, 27n, 30, 125n, 161, 163n, 329-30, 398

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

construction of 74-gun ships, 30, 300n, 329, 331n

expenses, appropriations, 30

timber for, 30, 329, 331n

returns of public stores, 30-1

cannon for, 46

appointment of navy agents, 88, 158n, 256, 303n, 513, 515n, 667, 669n

frigates carry tribute to Algiers, 115n

construction of frigates, 138-9, 140n

in W. Indies, 139, 296, 300n, 308

disputes over seniority in, 139-40, 201

and French prisoners in U.S., 157-8, 304-5, 668n

gunpowder stores, 210

officers' commissions and warrants, 257, 263-4

vessels laid up, 257

and recovery of specie at Veracruz, 278-9

Federalists in, 296

naval constructors, 296, 300n

applications for commissions, 300n, 646

dock construction, 329-30, 331n

provision ships, 331

registration of ships of war with customs collectors, 339

desertion in, 378n

letter from cited, 378n, 698

salary of navy yard clerks, 393, 394n

urged to blockade Barbary ports, 432

marine hospitals, 624n, 678-81

British open Mediterranean bases to, 646, 649, 650, 671, 683-4

See also Marines, U.S.; Peace Establishment Act (1801); Smith, Robert; Smith, Samuel (Md.); Stoddert, Benjamin

Nelson, Horatio, 281, 285n

Nelson, Rose

letter from cited, 192n, 698

recommends Harwood, 192n

Netherlands. See Batavian Republic

Neufville, John, 543

neutrality, league of armed

and death of Paul I, 61n, 166, 167n, 281

demise of, 282, 285n, 642, 643, 649

and neutral rights, 282-3, 286n

formation of, 285n

U.S. urged to consider joining, 453

neutral rights

TJ's opinion on, 251-4

R. R. Livingston's opinion on, 254-5

T. Paine's opinion on, 282-4

defined in treaties, 286n

New and Universal Gazetteer; or, Modern Geographical Dictionary (Joseph T. Scott), 328-9

Newbury Township, Pa.

letter to, 65

letter from, 7-8

declares support for TJ, 7-8

thanked by TJ, 65

New England

coalition of church and state in, 17, 515-16

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

Republicans in, 17, 343-4, 518-20, 606

scheme to separate from the Union, 23

and immigration and naturalization, 35

people called "Scotch men of America," 411

progress of learning in, 411-12

moderate policy recommended in, 518-19, 538-9

mostly native-born, 519

importance of religion in, 541

trade with Mediterranean, 607-8

Puritans in, 668n

New Hampshire

Republicans in, 93, 173n, 520, 606

Federalists in, 129, 520

marshal for, 129, 131n

U.S. attorney for, 129, 131n

Continental agent for, 173n

postal service, 302

commissioner of loans, 449n

French consul for, 649n

collection of internal revenues in, 652

marine hospitals, 678-9, 681n

See also Portsmouth, N.H.

New Harmony, Ind., 504n

New Haven, Conn.

collector at, vii, xliii, 91, 93, 94n, 117, 130, 301-2, 381-4, 463, 519-20, 554-6

Remonstrance of the Merchants of, vii, 301-2, 381-4, 547, 606, 610

TJ's reply to merchants of, vii, 554-8, 606, 626, 644, 658, 672n

contemporary images of, xliii, 356 (illus.)

newspapers, xliii

mayor of, 93, 94n, 301, 382, 555

jail, 241

physicians, 242n

silversmiths, 242n

banks, 383n

Chamber of Commerce, 383n

New Haven Insurance Company, 383n

Court of Common Pleas, 520

New-Haven Chronicle, xliii

New Holland, 156

New Jersey

French vice commissary of commercial relations, xlii, 424n

marshal for, 5

U.S. attorney for, 5

Federalists in, 5-6, 78, 518n

Republicans in, 5-6, 243, 309, 518n

supervisor for, 5-6, 517-18

commissioner of loans, 43n

Legislative Council, 243

few removals demanded in, 309

legislature, 426, 428n

copper mining, manufacturing in, 470n

and election of 1800, 523

collection of internal revenues in, 652

marine hospitals, 681n

See also Perth Amboy, N.J.

New Jersey, College of (Princeton), 157n, 534n

New London, Conn., 357n, 681n, 687n

Newman, John, 505, 630n

Newman, Samuel, 149n

New Orleans

population, 216

consul at, 218n, 561, 562n

inconvenience of trading at, 218n

packet service to, from, 456

and U.S.-Spanish relations, 560

Newport, R.I.

harbor defenses, 81, 85n

newspapers, 147n

attorneys, 195, 196n

marine hospital, 678, 681n

newspapers

Republican, 19-20, 23, 75-6, 221, 405, 443, 449n, 516, 547, 549n, 601-2, 603, 620-4, 659-60, 667

seek printing contracts, 19-20, 221

distort truth, 28

Federalist, 75-6, 221n, 405, 445, 446, 516, 517n, 547, 549, 594, 601-2, 659-60, 684

confuse Algiers with Tripoli, 308-9

distribution of, interfered with, 573-4

content of, 621-2

cost of publishing, subscriptions, 621-3

book and stationery business as adjuncts to, 623

journeyman printers, 623

exaggerate opposition to TJ's administration, 660

German, in Pa., 689

Newton, Isaac, 41n

Newton, Thomas

letters to, 55, 68-9

letters from, 106, 124-5, 230, 527, 537

and Norfolk navy yard, 27n, 68-9, 125n

supplies wine to TJ, 38, 55, 68-9, 106, 124-5, 230, 259

TJ orders cider from, 55, 106

letter from cited, 125n, 697

and navy squadron's departure, 230

recommends Bright, 527

recommends Myers, 537

forwards packages, goods to TJ, 599n

New Translation of Volney's Ruins (Constantin François Chasseboeuf Volney), 438, 440, 441-2n

"New Year's Anthem" (Michael Fortune), 417n

New York

French vice commissary of commercial relations, xlii, 424n

elections in, 13, 128n

legislature, 13, 165n, 514n

supervisor, 36-7, 127, 164-5, 256

Albany District, 127

marshals for, 127

French prisoners in, 158n

presidential electors, 164-5

congressmen, 165n

lieutenant governor, 165n

commissioner of loans, 178, 179n

overseers of roads, 312n

American Revolution in, 360n

militia, 360n

gubernatorial election of 1792, 513, 515n

Presbyterians, 514n

Clinton Co., 515n

Otsego Co., 515n

Tioga Co., 515n

and election of 1800, 523

collection of internal revenues in, 652

See also Federalists; Republicans

New York (U.S. frigate), 30, 330, 624n

New York City

Federalists in, 21, 514n

navy vessels at, 29, 30

navy yard at, 30, 330

naval officer, 126-7, 158-9n, 256, 316-17

collector at, 127, 281n, 316, 513

packet service to, from, 149n, 631

navy agent at, 158n, 256, 513, 515n, 686

Republicans in, 178, 514n

trade with Louisiana, 217

British admiralty court in, 316-17

revenue cutter, 356n

militia, 360n

newspapers, 389n

merchants, 474, 475n, 605n, 607, 609n

attorneys, 514n

Court of General Sessions, 514n

Democratic Society, 514n

Tammany Society, 514n

postmaster, 631

French prisoners in, 668n

marine hospitals, 679-80, 681n

Niagara River, 84, 87n

Nicholas, Col. J., 574

Nicholas, Joshua, 150, 151n

Nicholas, Margaret Smith, 309

Nicholas, Philip Norborne, 164n

Nicholas, Wilson Cary

letter to, 308-10

letter from, 430-2

TJ sends foreign, domestic news to, 308-10

advises on policy, 430-2

Nichols, J. H.

letter from cited, 704

Nichols, Jeremiah, 281n

Nichols, Walter, 702

Nicholson, James

and M. L. Davis's appointment, 36

recommended, appointed commissioner of loans, 178, 179n

family of, 318n

as reference, 474

Nicholson, Joseph H.

letter from, 206-7

defends S. Nicholson, 206-7

Nicholson, Samuel

accused of misconduct, 88, 206-7

seniority of, 139-40

on furlough and half pay, 378n

Niemcewicz, Julian Ursin

letter to, 481

letter from, 361-2

requests plant specimen, 361-2, 481

Niles, Elizabeth Watson, 533n

Niles, Nathaniel, 533n

Nîmes, France, 233

Nisus, 386

Noble, E. (Naples), 51

Nomeny (servant, Paris), 289, 294n

Norfolk, Va.

British consul at, 26, 163-4, 173, 206

marine hospital at, 26, 27n, 68n, 678-9, 681, 682n

navy yard at, 26, 27n, 30, 125n, 161, 163n, 330

navy squadron assembles at, 29, 30, 114, 181n, 230, 308, 462n

exports from, 54

cider from, 55

packet service to, from, 106, 599n

harbor defenses, 207

Sémillante blockaded at, 230

smallpox vaccination in, 273

collector at, 356, 681

revenue cutter at, 356

merchants, 504n, 537n

banks, 567

Norfolk (U.S. brig), 604

Norris, Kezia

letter from, 432-3

sends plan for charity school, 432-3

Norris, Nicholas, 433n

North American Review, 674n

Northampton (brig), 527

North Carolina

Edenton collectorship, 177

Federalists in, 483-4

Republicans in, 483-4

American Revolution in, 484n, 696

governors, 484n

legislature, 484n, 645

collection of internal revenues in, 543, 652, 655, 676-7

Camden collectorship, 544

Currituck surveyorship, 544

western land claims, 558

militia laws in, 645

medicine, hospitals, 645n, 678-9, 681n

New Bern, 681n

See also Wilmington, N.C.

Northwest Territory

collection of internal revenues in, viii, 652, 655, 676-7, 681

less attractive to immigrants than Louisiana, 175

judges, 183n

secretary, 217n

artifact found in, 251, 412-14

marshal for, 359

prehistoric Indians in, 412-14

salt springs, 492

missionaries in, 493n

See also Ohio

Norton, Beriah

seeks pardon for son-in-law, 360, 362

identified, 364n

letter from cited, 364n

Notes on the State of Virginia

and F. Barbé de Marbois, xlii, 424n

republication of, 98, 631n

TJ esteemed as author of, 98, 99n

information supplied from, 328n

on seashell fossils, 630-1

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