Volume 34 Index

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R

raisins, 49, 598

Rallying Point For All True Friends To Their Country (James Simons), 187, 188n

Ramsay, Andrew

letter from cited, 702

Ramsay, Ephraim

letter from, 14-15

recommended for office, 6

plantation of, 7n

recommends aspirants for office, 14-15

identified, 15n

Ramsay, William

letter from cited, 702

Ramsdell, Capt., 691

Randall, Paul Richard

letter from, 310-11

seeks appointment, 310-11

Randolph, Anne Cary (TJ's granddaughter)

TJ's affection for, 111, 201, 257, 384, 452, 580, 649

TJ sends items to, 200, 451, 580

health of, 327, 595

Randolph, Ariana Jenings

estate of, 11-12, 44, 53, 97, 101, 611

Randolph, Cornelia Jefferson (TJ's granddaughter)

TJ's affection for, 111, 201, 257, 384, 452, 580, 649

health of, 327, 595

Randolph, David Meade

and remission of Callender's fine, 185, 190

account with U.S., 190

and E. Marchant's case, 363

removal of, 626, 627n

Randolph, Edmund

and estate of Ariana Randolph, 11-12, 44, 53, 97, 101, 611

and Short's salary, 294n

as reference, 331

as secretary of state, 331

L. Lincoln forwards letter from, 344

and E. Marchant's case, 360

letter to cited, 701

Randolph, Ellen Wayles, II (TJ's granddaughter)

TJ's affection for, 111, 201, 257, 384, 452, 580, 649

TJ sends books to, 200-1, 451-2

health of, 327, 595

Randolph, Martha Jefferson (Patsy, Mrs. Thomas Mann Randolph, TJ's daughter)

letters to, 200-1, 451-2, 580

letters from, 389-91, 639

invited to Monticello, ix-x, 378-9, 390, 451-2, 571-2, 580, 649

pregnancy, x, 327

invited to Washington, 111, 196, 200-1, 429

health of, 174, 200, 302, 327, 429, 451, 595, 639

TJ's affection for, 257, 384, 649

TJ sends music to, 257, 580

correspondence with TJ, 389-90

sends news, 389-91

stockings for TJ, 390

Lafayette sends regards to, 404

at Edgehill, 639

Randolph, Peter (d. 1767), 11

Randolph, Peyton, 11

Randolph, Richard, 198n

Randolph, Thomas Jefferson (TJ's grandson)

TJ's affection for, 111, 201, 257, 384, 452, 580

health of, 327, 595

Randolph, Thomas Mann (TJ's son-in-law)

letters to, 110-11, 256-7, 384-5, 649

letters from, 174-5, 327-8, 595

TJ sends wine to, 44, 100, 101, 198, 257

TJ sends news to, 110-11, 257, 384-5, 649

and French possession of Louisiana, 174-5

invited to Washington, 196

letters from cited, 257n, 580n, 702, 704

cares for TJ's affairs at Monticello, Shadwell, 327-8, 384, 595

subscription to National Intelligencer, 384-5, 529n

harvests, 452, 595

TJ's affection for, 580

indebted to G. Jefferson, 595

letters forwarded to, 687

Randolph, Virginia (sister of Thomas Mann Randolph), 174

Ranger (brig), 364n

Rapin, Joseph

and President's House accounts, 38, 42, 705-7

steward of the President's House, 38n, 135

leaves TJ's service, 357-8, 685

Rapine, Conrad & Co. (Washington, D.C.), 706, 708

raspberries, 452

Rastatt (Rastadt), Treaty of, 71, 73n

rattlesnakes, 599

Rawle, William, 279, 320

Read, George, Jr., 130, 171n

Read, Jacob, 67n

Read, John K., 26, 163-4

Reich, John

letter from, 74-5

recommended by Duane, 71-2, 297

medals by, 71-5, 167, 169, 353-4

coins by, 73-4n

identified, 73n

seeks appointment, 74-5, 167-8, 169, 353-4

religion

involvement of clergy in politics, 17, 92-3, 219, 255, 259, 342, 515-16, 606-7, 660

separation of religion, government, 39-41, 259, 490-1, 606-7

deism, 92-3, 388n

national fasts and thanksgiving, 259

clergy supplied with newspapers, 516

newspapers defend, 517n

importance of, in New England, 541

converting ordinances, 658, 668n

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Religion

"Remarks on the War Between the United States and Tripoli" (David Humphreys), 61n

Remus (TJ's horse), 572, 580

Report of the Secretary of the Navy, Accompanying Sundry Documents Marked No. 1, to 5 inclusive, Relative to the Naval Establishment of the United States (Benjamin Stoddert), 329, 331n

Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Court of King's Bench (Sir James Burrow), 321

Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Admiralty (Christopher Robinson), 501, 502n

republicanism

return of government to principles of, viii, 262

strength of, as form of government, 18, 71, 220, 662

in Europe, 71, 99n, 388n, 538

Federalists oppose, threaten, 213, 546, 547

south, west, and middle states unite to defend, 270

conciliatory spirit of, 464-5

considered speculative and theoretical, 538

Federalists and Republicans both republicans, 616-17

Republicans

entitled to fair share of offices, vii, viii, 197, 433, 443, 446, 555-6, 591-2, 606, 635, 644, 671, 684

expect appointments, vii, 95, 223-4, 228, 255, 256, 296-7, 309-10n, 329n, 340-4, 355n, 426, 443-4, 446, 492, 612-13, 616, 660-1

in army, viii, 629

in Conn., xliii, 90-4, 105, 246n, 255, 301-2, 309, 341-3, 344-5n, 357n, 518-20, 557n, 610, 660, 661

in Ga., 3-4, 592-4

in N.J., 5-6, 243, 309, 518n

in S.C., 6-7, 14-15, 187, 188n, 221

in N.Y., 13, 127, 158-9, 164-5, 178, 223-4, 256, 263, 309-10n, 316-17, 513, 522-3

in New England, 17, 343-4, 518-20, 606

in R.I., 17, 66, 93, 195, 340-1, 518, 606, 660

in Vt., 17, 75-6, 93, 520, 533n, 601-2, 606

printers, newspapers, 19-20, 23, 75-6, 224n, 269, 388n, 405, 443, 449n, 516, 547, 549n, 601-2, 603, 620-4, 659-60, 667

in Va., 19-20, 172n, 219, 228, 258, 494, 573-4

former Loyalists, tories among, 37, 256, 522

TJ "father" to all, 75

encourage arts and manufactures, 77-8

must establish national dress and character, 77-8

called anarchists, disorganizers, 91, 93

accused of atheism, deism, 92-3

in Mass., 93, 105, 176n, 218-19, 520, 548n, 606, 659-62, 667, 674n

in N.H., 93, 173n, 520, 606

removal of Federalists will strengthen, unite, 93, 223-4, 296-7, 301-2, 317, 344-5n, 443-4

no removals for difference of opinion, 95, 372, 401, 402, 465

threatened with economic reprisals by Federalists, 95, 187, 221, 298-9, 472, 593, 662

urge moderation in removals, 95, 96-7, 256, 309, 343, 443, 518-20, 660, 661

divisions among, 95-6, 127, 158-9, 169, 224n, 256, 296, 300n, 309-10n, 340, 354, 355n, 431, 465, 471n, 492, 563-5, 578, 587-8, 590-1, 616-17, 626, 661, 683, 689

in Pa., 95-7, 124n, 169, 269-70, 296-7, 300n, 309, 329n, 354, 355n, 445-6, 470-1n, 492, 524, 536, 537n, 626, 689

in Philadelphia, 103n, 168, 269-70

subordinates threatened, replaced by Federalist superiors, 113-14, 168, 171n, 272, 296, 317, 585, 635-6, 662

immigrants support, 175, 435

in New York City, 178, 514n

reduction of diplomatic establishment, 228, 351

former Federalists return to, 258, 341, 484

in D.C., 303-4

in Del., 309, 348, 467, 487-8, 563-5, 578, 587-8, 590-1, 612-13, 616-17, 626, 683

and France, 444, 522

in N.C., 483-4

dislike of Great Britain, 522

in Md., 536, 537n

in Miss. Terr., 560-1

few attorneys, professionals among, 592, 593

appointees must be above exception, 640

in Boston, 693-4

revenue cutters, 356-7, 456, 527, 637, 644

Reynolds, Benjamin, 170-1

Reynolds, James

letter from, 168-9

recommends W. Henderson, 168-9

Rhine River, 284, 286n

Rhode Island

Federalists in, 17, 146-7n, 195, 340-1, 518, 608

Republicans in, 17, 66, 93, 195, 340-1, 518, 606, 660

and Greene's commission, 66

U.S. district court, 66, 130, 131-2, 145-6, 195, 340-1

importance of commerce to, 70-1, 314

legislature, 70-1, 146, 188-9, 314, 607, 608

U.S. attorney for, 121, 130, 132n, 144, 145-6, 178, 195-6, 265, 266, 341

Bristol collectorship, 145, 146-7n, 266

slave trade in, 145, 146-7n

Warren and Barrington surveyorship, 145, 146n, 266

French prisoners in, 158n

attorneys, 195, 341

commissioner of loans, 196n

and smallpox vaccination, 273

trade with Mediterranean, 607-8

French consul for, 649n

collection of internal revenues in, 652

marine hospitals, 679

See also Newport, R.I.; Providence, R.I.

Rhode Island, College of (Brown University), 137, 196n, 609n, 701

Rhode-Island Republican (Newport), 147n

Rhodes. See Rodes (Rhodes), Matthew

Richardson, Joseph, 138n

Richardson, Richard

letter to, 230-2

letters from, 137-8, 603-4

training in stonecutting and plastering, 104, 138n, 231

inherits Jamaican estate, 137-8, 230-2, 603-4

receives payment, 227, 230-1

TJ offers financial advice to, 231

TJ provides certificate and passport to, 231-2

Richmond, Va.

price of tobacco at, 54

collector at, 100

newspapers, 101

postmaster, 205

Rocketts Landing, 362

jail, 362-3

reputation as unhealthy, 399

Rittenhouse, David, 183n, 184

Rives, Robert

letter to cited, 701

roads

military, 87n, 491-2

through Indian territory, 129, 130n, 315-16, 384, 456-7, 458, 506-8, 509, 511

overseers, 312n

poor condition of, 374

demand for, 456-7

between eastern and western U.S., 456-7

cost of constructing, 530

gravel, 530

in Washington, D.C., 530

Robbins, Asher, 195-6, 265

Robbins, Jonathan, 26, 27n, 125n, 164n

Robbins, Mary Ellery, 195, 196n

Roberts, John

letter to, 271

thanked by TJ, 271

Roberts, M., 707

Roberts, Michael, 332

Roberts & Jones (Philadelphia)

letters to cited, 701, 703

letters from cited, 702, 703

Robespierre, Maximilien François Marie Isidore de, 331

Robinson, Christopher

Reports of Cases Argued and Determined, 501, 502n

Robinson, Moses, 602

Robotham, Richard

letter from, 311-13

sends description of ventilator, 311-13

identified, 312n

Rochambeau, Jean Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur, Comte de, 143n

Rochon, Alexis Marie de, Abbé, 293, 294n

Rockbridge Co., Va., 258, 494, 674n

Rodes (Rhodes), Matthew, 101

Rodgers, John, 454n

Rodney, Caesar A.

travels to Washington, 487

Republican leader in Del., 487-8, 590

opposes appointment of Joel Lewis, 563-4, 683

recommended by T. McKean, 613

Roederer, Pierre Louis, 286n

Rogers, John (R.I.), 607, 609n

Rogers, Richard

letter from, 126-7

seeks to retain office, 126-7

identified, 126-7n

removal of, 127, 158, 256, 316-17

Rogers, Dr. William, 607

Roman askos

TJ orders copy of, 194n, 233

Roman empire, 73n

Rose, Daniel

letter from, 523-5

recommends Ludwig, 523-5

letter from cited, 525n, 699

Rose, Robert H., 50, 51n

Rose, William

letter from, 362-4

and E. Marchant's case, 360, 362-4

identified, 364n

Ross, James, 67n, 444

Ross, James (poet), 417n

Ross, Thomas, 355

Rossell (Rozell), William, 5, 6n

Rotch, F.

letters from cited, 703, 704

Rousseau, Jean Jacques, 496

Rowan, Archibald Hamilton, 473, 474, 475n

Rowe, John

letters from cited, 702, 703, 704

Royal Society of Edinburgh, 153, 154

Royal Society of London, 153, 154

Rühle von Lilienstern, August Friedemann

colonization plan of, 156

identified, 156n

letter from cited, 156n

Ruines; ou, Méditation sur les Révolutions des Empires (Constantin François Chasseboeuf Volney), 438, 440, 441-2n

"Rules by which a Great Empire may be reduced to a Small One" (Benjamin Franklin), 435, 436n

Rumford, Count. See Thompson, Benjamin (Count Rumford)

Rush, Benjamin

students of, 47n

numismatic interests, 251

prescribes bleeding, 269

organizes Academy of Medicine, 270n

and quarantine laws, 526

Ruspoli, Bailli Bartolomeo, 600

Russell, Benjamin, 246n

Russell, Jonathan, 145, 146-7n, 266, 341

Russell, Thomas, 688

Russia

Britain sends emissary to, 281, 285n

Polish insurgence against, 362n

U.S. relations with, 466

See also Paul I, Emperor of Russia

Rutgers, Henry, 513

Rutledge, Edward, 157n

rye, 102

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