Volume 34 Index

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P

Paca, William, 420

packet ships, 106, 149n, 456, 599n, 631

Page, Charles, 319

Page, Mann

letter from, 207

recommends Vermonnet, 207

Page, Robert, 463

Paine, Elijah, 541-2

Paine, Seth, 221n

Paine, Thomas

letters from, 281-6, 450-1

Maritime Compact pamphlet, 281, 282, 285n

sends news of Europe, thoughts on neutral rights, 281-6

suggests gunboat invasion of Britain, 282, 285n

designs carriage wheels, 284-5, 286n

designs bridges, 285

Compact Maritime, 285n

plan for power generation, 450, 451n

and blockade of Le Havre, 450-1

letter from cited, 451n, 698

paper

stationery, 72, 74n, 169, 332n, 418n, 623

copying, 194

machine for ruling, 312n

pardons

president's authority to issue, 213, 214, 485

petitions for, 240-2, 362-4, 485-6, 583

granted by TJ, 242n, 320n, 364n, 460n, 486n, 583n

terms of, 320, 396, 486n

Paris

consuls, commercial agents at, 13, 63, 154-5, 292, 605n

merchants, 44, 45, 504

debtor's prison, 155n

smallpox vaccination in, 274, 277

hotels, 294n

museums, 455n

Parker, Daniel

letter from, 538-9

advises on New England politics, 538-9

identified, 539n

Parker, Daniel, & Co., 539n

Parsons, Enoch, 130, 131n, 344n

Particular examination of the new French Constitution (George Skene Keith), 407-8

parties, political

criticism of, vii, 88, 93, 95-6, 144-5, 343, 377, 430-1, 465, 538, 561, 608

Passamaquoddy Bay, 79n

passports, 231, 379-81, 396-8

Patapsco (U.S. sloop), 29

patents, 312-13n

Patriot (revenue cutter), 356

Patterson, Robert

letters from, 69-70, 272

recommends aspirants for office, 69-70, 272

and APS loan to C. W. Peale, 628n

Paul, Thomas

seeks appointment, 429

letters from cited, 430n, 703

Paul I, Emperor of Russia

death of, 50, 51n, 61n, 134, 166, 281

formation of league of armed neutrality, 285n

Payne, Anna

letter to, 193

invited to dine with TJ, 103n, 193

resides at President's House, 111

letter to cited, 193n

Peace Establishment Act (1801)

implementation of, viii, 110, 173, 330-1, 384, 398, 434n, 534

officers retained, discharged under, 29, 30, 65, 300n, 378n, 604n, 624n, 681n

vessels retained, sold under, 29-30, 65, 110-11, 257, 330-1, 462n

terms of, 308

Peace Treaty, Definitive (1783), 254n

Peale, Charles Willson

letter to, 686

letters from, 481-2, 627-8

and mastodon skeleton, ix, 481-2, 627-8, 686

portrait of Dearborn, xlii-xliii

numismatic interests, 251

Peale, Rembrandt

portraits of TJ, xlii, 38, 42

pecans, 599

Peck, William Dandridge, 436n

Pedon, John, 485-6

Peerce, Edward, 486, 487n

Peerce, Thomas

letter from, 486-7

seeks appointment, 486-7

peltry, 83, 86n, 216

Peñalver y Cárdenas, Luis, 598

Pendleton District, S.C.

representatives from, 7n

declares support for TJ, 27-8

letter from 16th Regiment, 27-8

thanked by TJ, 268-9

Penington, John

Chemical and Economical Essays, 480-1

Pennsylvania

York County, 7-8

immigrants in, 8-9

Irish in, 9n

legislature, 69, 96, 123n, 296, 300n, 471n, 525n, 690n

elections in, 73, 96, 270, 296, 492

offers land to War Department, 82, 85n

roads, 87n, 491-2

Greensburg, 95, 97

inspectors of the revenue, 95, 354-5, 372, 449n, 470, 523-4

mechanics, 95

postal service, 95, 97, 536

supervisor for, 95, 97n, 183n, 354, 449n, 490n

Democratic Society of Pennsylvania, 123n

U.S. attorneys, 166n, 279, 300n

prothonotaries, 183n

Germantown, 202, 235

state gunpowder magazine, 210

newspapers, 269, 689

Germans in, 296, 449n, 689

U.S. senators, 296, 300n

Luzerne commission, 297, 300n, 442, 449n

progress of learning in, 411

land office, 428n, 449n

militia, 443-4

Northampton Co., 444, 449n

Berks Co., 470, 471n, 523-4, 525n

governors, 492

Baptists, 493n

and ratification of U.S. Constitution, 525n

Quakers in, 553n, 581

sulphur springs in, 604

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

See also Beaver Co., Pa.; Federalists; Newbury Township, Pa; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Republicans

Pennsylvania, Bank of

building of, 47, 104, 128, 211

directors, 123n

Pennsylvania, University of, 418, 481, 609n

Pennsylvania Society for the Encouragement of Manufacturing and the Useful Arts, 123n

Pensacola, Fla., 216

Perkins, Benjamin

letter from cited, 697

Perkins, Thomas

letter from cited, 701

Perry, John

letter from cited, 369n, 702

letter to cited, 369n, 703

Perry, Reuben

carpenter at Monticello, 295

letters from cited, 369n, 702, 703

letters to cited, 369n, 703

Perth Amboy, N.J., 130, 243

Peter, Robert, Jr, 485, 486n

Petty, James, 595

Peyton, Craven

letter to, 567-8

letter from, 540

purchases land for TJ, 540, 567-8

Peyton, Francis

letter to, 177-8

letters from, 179-80, 692-3

offered, declines marshalship of Potomac District, 177-8, 179-80

horse nettings for TJ, 692, 693n

sends tax estimates, 692

letter to cited, 693n, 699

Peyton, John

letter from cited, 701

Philadelphia

prime meridian calculated at, xli

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

navy yard at, 29, 30, 330

iron manufacturing in, 46n

merchants, 46n, 123n, 278n, 332-3n, 359n, 425n, 589, 672

glass, glaziers, 47-8

cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 48n

artists, 52, 53n, 80

carriage makers, 53n, 201-2

lumber inspectors, 69n

newspapers, 72, 516, 517n, 689

postal service, 72, 536

engravers, 73n

former seat of government, 78

arsenals, 82, 85n

collector at, 103n, 281n, 298-9, 381n, 426, 428n, 447, 671-2

grocers, 103n

Republicans in, 103n, 168, 269-70

schools, 103n

naval officer at, 122, 168, 426-7, 428n, 447

purveyor of public supplies, 122

surveyor at, 122, 420n, 428n, 450n

TJ's election celebrated in, 123n, 418n

Irish in, 124n

waterworks, 128, 211

custom house, 168, 426, 428n, 443-4

coopers, 170n

gaugers, 170n

silversmiths, goldsmiths, 194n, 333n

militia, 211n, 428n

trade of, 217, 553n, 607

alms house, 269

churches, 269

physicians, 269-70

Academy of Medicine, 270n

yellow fever, 270n, 359n

Bartram's Garden, 306n

booksellers, stationers, 332n, 418n

shopkeepers, 333n

collector of internal revenues, 354-5, 372, 476

confectioners, 359n

inns, hotels, 359n, 473

prices at, 371

African Episcopal Church, 417n

lotteries, 417n

inspector of the revenue at, 420n

libraries, 579n

marine hospitals, 679-80, 681n

Germans in, 689

attorneys, 695n

Philadelphia (U.S. frigate), 29, 267, 308

Philadelphia, College of, 412n, 488n

Philadelphia Gazette, 112n

Philadelphia Society for the Encouragement of Domestick Manufactures, 123n

Phill (d. 1809, TJ's slave), 572, 580

Phillips, Nathaniel, 145, 146n, 266

Phillips, Samuel, Jr., 218, 219n

Phillips Academy, 219n

Phrygian cap, 73n

Physick, Philip Syng, 418

Piattoli, Scipione, 361, 362n

Pichon, Louis André

arrival in U.S., 230n

and French prisoners in U.S., 374, 666

Lafayette writes to, 404

and publication of Volney's Ruines, 438, 440, 441n

and the Berceau, 547, 548n, 570n, 662-6

forwards copy of Saint-Domingue constitution, 638n

presents credentials, 668n

restitution of prize vessels, 668n

Pickens, Andrew, 7, 559, 560n

Pickens, Ezekial, 188n

Pickering, Timothy

removals by, 63

as secretary of state, 125, 251n

withdraws printing contracts, 221

and Ellicott, 250

and Jay Treaty, 283, 286n

applications to, for appointments, 331, 332n

and J. D. Burk, 387, 389n

correspondence with Irujo, 419n

and T. Coxe, 446

and case of A. H. Rowan, 473, 475n

private secretary, 517n

and Saint-Domingue constitution, 638n

Pickford, Mr. (Georgetown), 42

Pictet, Marc Auguste

letter from, 152-4

recommends Esch, sends writings, 152-4

Pierce, Isaac, 303, 304n

Pinckney, Charles

letters from, 46-7, 186-8, 528-9

recommends Blyth, 46-7

and convention with Spain on fugitives, 125

Case of Jonathan Robbins, 125n

advises on S.C. appointments, 186-8

letter from cited, 187-8n, 698

recommends T. L. Dart, 187-8n

criticizes South-Carolina State Gazette, 221n

appointed minister to Spain, 228, 453, 528-9

and Spanish quarantine laws, 526n

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

fears nomination will be rejected, 528-9

Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth, 344, 608

Pinckney, Thomas, 290

Pinckney Treaty, 250

pineapple, 638n

Pintard, John, 646

Pintard, John M., 165, 166, 646n

Pintard, Lewis Searle, 646

Piper, George, 584n, 597

Pitcairn, Joseph, 605-6n

Pitman, Thomas G.

letter from cited, 702

Pittsburgh, Pa., 490n, 491, 536

"Plan of the New Town of Thurso, in the County of Caithness, North Britain now Building on the Property of Sir John Sinclair of Ulbster, Bart." (Sir John Sinclair), 414

plasterers, 295

plaster of paris, 78-9, 302

Pleasants, Samuel, 101

Ploughman; or, Republican Federalist (Bennington, Vt.), 77n, 601, 602n

Plutarch's Lives, 577n

poetry

TJ dislikes, 400-1

Poinsett, Joel R.

letter from, 628

seeks passage in the Boston, 628

identified, 628n

Poland, 361, 362n

Polar Star and Boston Daily Advertiser, 388n

Political Mirror (Staunton, Va.), 19-20

Political Progress of Britain (James Thomson Callender), 205

Pollard, John

letter from, 168-9

recommends W. Henderson, 168-9

Polly (ship), 670n

pomatum, 210n

Poplar Forest (TJ's estate), 18, 174

porcelain, 88n

Port Folio (Philadelphia), 516, 517n

Portsmouth, N.H.

navy yard at, 30, 330

harbor defenses, 82, 85n

merchants, 173n

postal service, 302

navy agent, 303n, 409

collector at, 357n, 449n

marine hospital, 681n

Portugal

U.S. legation to, discontinued, 129, 130-1n, 176, 209n, 309

prospects for peace with France and Spain, 166

threatened, attacked by France and Spain, 167n, 284, 286n, 641, 643

closes ports to Britain, 284, 286n

See also Lisbon

Portuguese language, 331

postal service

schedules, efficiency of, ix, 161, 197, 227, 302, 390, 407, 530, 536, 548, 585, 594, 657-8, 686

distrusted, 72, 95, 296, 344, 377, 559, 573-4, 577, 585, 592, 594, 657-8, 687

postmasters, 77n, 95, 97, 113-14, 205, 240n, 573-4, 577n, 585, 594, 601-2, 702

postmaster general, 95, 110, 460-1, 476

removals in, expected, 95

printers should not be postmasters, 110

contracts for carrying mail, 395-6

improvement, reorganization of, 461n

assistant postmaster general, 536

safe to carry money, 567

unsealed letters, 631-2

See also Habersham, Joseph

Potocki, Ignacy, 361, 362n

Potomac District

marshal for, 177-80, 191-2, 208

creation of, 208

Potomac River, 620n

Potter, Henry, 109-10, 176

Potter, Samuel J.

letter from cited, 703

Pougens, Charles, 287, 292

Poulson's American Daily Advertiser (Philadelphia), 222n

Powell, Mr., 407

Powell, Anthony, 531, 532-3n

Powell, James, 280, 318

Preble, Edward, 29, 263-4, 378n

Preble, Henry, 58, 61n

Presbyterians, 368, 412n, 455n, 459n, 514n

President (U.S. frigate), 29

President's House

Independence Day festivities at, viii-ix

construction, alterations to, xli, 135-6n, 313, 314n

contemporary images of, xli, 356 (illus.)

descriptions of, xli, 135-6, 212

groceries and supplies for, 18, 38n, 100, 229, 705, 706-7

furnishing of, 64, 134-6, 151-2, 267

stable and household accounts, 102, 705-8

Madisons temporarily reside at, 111, 193, 196, 200, 246n, 257

M. Lewis resides at, 200

TJ criticized for hosting boarders at, 245-6

servants at, 489n, 685-6n

wine sent to, 650, 701

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Personal Affairs

"President's March," viii

press, freedom of

Federalist judges threaten, 213

abuses by press inseparable from its freedom, 268-9

Price, Chandler, 278n

Price, Richard, 436n

Priestley, Joseph, 147

Priestman, William, 279-80, 320, 460

Prince Edward Co., Va., 307n

Prince Ernest Packet (packet ship), 149n

Prince of Susa: A Tragedy (John Daly Burk), 389n

Principes du Droit Politique (Jean Jacques Burlamaqui), 254n, 500, 502n

Pringle, John Julius, 6, 7n

Prize Dissertation, on the Excellence of the British Constitution (George Skene Keith), 407-8

prizes, naval

ownership of, 320-1, 497-503

restitution of, 547-50, 568-71, 584, 586-7, 596-7, 662-7

Procter, Thomas

letter from, 210-11

removal of federal gunpowder, 210-11

identified, 211n

letter from cited, 211n

as reference, 480

Projet de Code Civil, Présenté par la Commission Nommée par le Gouvernement, le 24 Thermidor An 8, 504

Prospect Before Us (James Thomson Callender), 114

Prospect of Exterminating the Small Pox, Part II, Being a Continuation of a Narrative of Facts Concerning the Progress of the New Inoculation in America (Benjamin Waterhouse), 277n

Proudfit, James, 270

Prout, William, 199, 202

Providence, R.I., 607, 702

prunes, 598, 707

Prussia

U.S. legation to, discontinued, 129, 130-1n, 176, 309

joins armed neutrality, 285n

occupies Bremen and Hanover, 285n

U.S. relations with, 453

pumps, ix, 627-8, 686

Purdie, George, 229

Puritans, 668n

Purviance, John H., 288, 293n

pyramids

model of, sent to TJ, 454

 
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