Volume 35 Index

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A

Abigail & Rebecca (sloop), 11, 95

Abram (b. 1794, TJ's slave), 35

accountants, 215n, 628-9, 636, 703

Adams, Abigail, 3, 237n

Adams, John

Minister to Great Britain

negotiates treaties, 245n

Politics

and election of 1800, 256

meets with L. Lincoln, 299

President

criticism of, xlv, 21, 33n, 456

and fortifications at Newport, 3

and Fergusson, 51

makes appointments, 54, 57n, 58, 320n, 460n, 469n, 493, 494n, 601n

administration praised, 86n

late-term appointments, 252n, 301n, 371n

removals by, 263n, 277n, 654

absences of, from capital, 315, 577

and surveyors for D.C., 349n

and term limits for foreign missions, 381

leaves horses and carriages for TJ, 391

and President's House accounts, 391

and Spain, 393n

method of communicating with heads of departments, 577

annual address to Congress, 612

applications to, for appointments, 676n

removal from office an act of God, 737

Adams, Samuel

letter from, 687

portrait of, 115

congratulates TJ on return of peace, 687

Adams, Fort, 308n, 549, 550, 560n

Adams, Fort (R.I.), 3

Adams (U.S. frigate), 663, 668

Addington, Henry, 715n

Adet, Pierre Auguste, 189n

Adriatic Sea, 398n

Aeolus, 294

Africa

removal of condemned slaves to, x, 720, 721n

smallpox in, 199

Africans compared to American Indians, 556

and slave trade, 561n, 739n

Aggy. See Gillette, Agnes (b. 1798, Aggy, TJ's slave)

agriculture

U.S. an agricultural nation, 240, 652

measurement of bushels, 280-1, 659, 660n, 679

"artificial" meadows, 326

viticulture, 326n

books on, 605

one of four pillars of prosperity, 647

comparison of European to American, 706-7

erosion, 707

Aikin, Charles Rochemont

Concise View, 490, 491n, 573, 698

Alabama Indians, 555, 561n

Albemarle Co., Va.

descriptions of, 22n, 461-3

land taxes, 350n

surveyor, 455n

midwives in, 511n

clerk of court, 744n

alcoholism

among Monticello artisans, 50

among candidates for office, 184, 347n, 350

among Irish immigrants, 350

as cause of suicide, 570

among mariners, 653n

Alembert, Jean Le Rond d'

Synonymes Français, 203

Alès, France, 345n

Alexandria, Bank of, 682

Alexandria, Egypt, 239n, 296, 297n, 341

Alexandria, Va.

collector at, 43, 46n, 682, 683n

surveyor at, 43

merchants, 82n, 734, 740

packet service to, from, 453, 454n, 689-90

stage lines to, from, 486n

breweries, 592

banks, 682

Alexandria Advertiser and Commercial Intelligencer, 46n

Alfred (Continental ship), 674-5

Algeciras, Spain

naval battle near, 192, 194n, 239, 407n

American vessels taken to, 406, 407n, 425, 488, 507, 545, 593-5, 660-1

Alger, James, 229n, 570, 580

Algiers

consuls at, 109n, 163

tribute for, 148, 163, 456, 474, 643, 690, 705n, 706n

U.S. warships depart for, 219n

support for military action against, 474

attacks U.S. shipping, 701

See also Mediterranean Sea; Mustafa Baba, Dey of Algiers

Alicante, Spain, 498

Alien Enemies Act (1798), 621n

Alien Friends Act (1798), 26n, 621n

aliens. See immigrants

Allan (Allen), John, 653n

Allen, Captain. See Takinowtha (Captain Allen, Delaware chief)

Allen, John, 598

Allison, Patrick (Baltimore), 406, 407n

Almon, John

Remembrancer, 482-4

almonds, 12, 95, 96n

Alston, Theodosia Burr, 539

Altona, 17

alum water, 16

amaranth, 759

American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 299, 516

American and Daily Advertiser (Baltimore), 355, 356n

American Citizen and General Advertiser (New York), 409n, 439, 589n, 607

See also Denniston & Cheetham

American Philosophical Society

elects members, xlv, 165n, 490, 491n, 670n

receives communications, specimens, 122, 124n, 412n, 423, 424n, 491n

publishes Transactions, 124n

secretary, 165n

vice president, 213n

loans money to C. W. Peale, 434-5

displays mastodon skeleton, 436n

library, 699

American Revolution

Eastern Navy Board, 6n

relief efforts for troops, 23n

women in, 23n

veterans of, 26n, 36, 37n, 68-9, 83n, 144, 172n, 249, 257, 262, 279n, 302n, 315-16, 332, 335, 339n, 352n, 429n, 447n, 456-7, 460n, 473-4, 476n, 477n, 485, 502-3, 591n, 592n, 608, 691n

Loyalists, 62, 253n, 274n, 332, 481n, 601, 655, 679

and France, 68-9

persistent principles and spirit of, 127, 203, 338

privateers, 160n, 249

chaplains, 183n

histories of, 203

in S.C., 257

and West Indies, 257n, 332

and Louisiana, 328n

in Va., 328n, 502-3

in N.Y., 337n

quartermasters, 447n

hospitals, 531n

physicians, 592n

in Vt., 601

naval affairs, 654, 674-6

Sons of Liberty, 654n

"Americanus" (pseudonym)

argues against unwarranted removals, 229-30n

Americanus (schooner), 547

Ames, Fisher, 299-300

Amsterdam

bills of exchange on, 228, 229n, 597

C. Pinckney at, 239, 295

banks, 371n

consul at, 401-2

prospects for revival of trade, 540

See also Batavian Republic; Netherlands

Anacostia River

road to, 167-8, 172

wharves on, 349n

navy yard at, 641n, 646

Anderson, Charles, 429n

Anderson, David, 343n, 380n

Anderson, James, 298-9

Anderson, Joseph, 404n

Andrews, George, 30-1, 95, 127, 418

Andrews, Hannah Shelton, 71

Andrews, Joseph (La.), 557

Andrews, Philo

letter from, 71

seeks consular appointment, 71

identified, 71n

recommended for office, 754

Andrews, Samuel, 71

Anmours, Charles François, Chevalier d', 558-9, 562n

Annapolis Convention (1786), 206, 208n

Annual Message to Congress (1801)

drafting of, x-xi, 611-52

fair copy, 641-50

Annual Register, and Virginian Repository, for the Year 1800 (George Douglas), 8-9

Anomabo, Africa, 561n

anonymous letters

and proposals for government reform, 246-7

recommend aspirants for office, 364

recorded in SJL, 752, 755

António, Prince of Beira, 441-2

Antwerp, 252n, 540

Apollo Belvedere (sculpture), 538, 539n

Appleton, Thomas, 664n, 666, 667, 694

Aranjuez, Treaty of, 695n

architects, 92n

Argument Against Continuing the War (James Workman), 670-1n

Argus (revenue cutter), 675n

Arkansas Territory, 175n

Armstrong, Gen. John

advises on appointments, 62, 63n

letter from cited, 63n

political influence in N.Y., 287

Armstrong, John (Nassau), 547, 548n

Army, U.S. See War, U.S. Department of

Arnold, Benedict, 674

art

lack of patronage for, 388n

France collects, from Europe, 538, 539n

Artois, Charles Philippe, Comte d', 714, 715n

Ash, James, 582, 584n

Ashe, John Baptista, 390

Ashley, Warren, 406, 487

Aspinwall, William, 681n

Ast, William Frederick, 103-4

astronomy, 411-12, 423, 424n, 548-9

attorneys

mentioned, 5n, 42n, 71, 136n, 155, 165n, 207n, 288n, 337, 355n, 516, 517n, 547-8, 559n, 661n

overabundance of, 155

deemed an unproductive profession, 246

seek admission to the bar, 335-6

conveyancers, 336n, 367

auctions, 602, 604n

Augean stable, 5

Auldjo, Thomas

letter from, 280-1

sends news from England, 280-1

Aurora (brigantine), 546-7, 548n

Aurora (Philadelphia)

delivery of, in Va., 41

prints T. Coxe's writings, 263

subscriptions to, 310

publishes accounts from Egypt, 415n

reports misuse of public funds, 438-41, 700, 704-5n

as source of news and information, 455

See also Duane, William

Austin, David

letters from, 138-41, 176-8, 281-2, 736-7

observations on Barbary affairs, 138, 140n

offers plans, advice, 138-41, 176-8

removes to Washington, 140

letters from cited, 140-1n, 178n, 282n, 750, 752

sends draft of message to Congress, 140-1n

seeks appointment, 178n, 281-2, 736-7

Austria, 192, 396

Auvergne, France, 326, 461-5

Avery, John, 687n

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