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C

cabbage, 706

Cabot, John, 160n, 300

Cabot (Continental brig), 674

Caddo Indians, 554-5, 561n

Cadiz, Spain

consul at, 22, 39-40, 493-5, 498, 585

Cairo, Egypt, 239n, 415n

Calais, France, 65n

Caldwell, Hannah, 253n

Caldwell, James, 249, 253n

Caldwell, John Edwards, 253n

Callaway, Richard, 659

Callender, James Thomson, 136n

Callender, Thomas, 390, 468, 469n

Calvert, Thomas

letter from cited, 750

Camder, M., 343n

camels, 105n

Campaign of General Buonaparte in Italy (trans. John Davis), 180

Campbell, Anthony

letter from, 437-41

removed from office, seeks reappointment, 55, 57n, 86, 108, 158, 284-5, 314, 449, 699-700, 704n

reimbursement of moving expenses, 289n

defends conduct to TJ, 437-41

identified, 440n

Campbell, Hugh G., 488

Canada, 249, 719

canals

for TJ's mill, 343n

in D.C., 373

candles, 134n

Cannae, battle of, 319n

Cape Girardeau, 599n

Cape Verde Islands, 739

Cap-Français, Saint-Domingue, 312-13, 322

Capitol, U.S.

roads around, ix, 167

appropriations for, 48, 372-3

temporary building for House of Representatives, 97, 132, 153, 167, 176

elliptical room, 372, 373, 384

images of, 657n

Capua, 318, 319n

Caracciolo de Brienza, Francesco, 725n

Caracciolo de Brienza, Giuseppe

letter from, 724-5

asks TJ for money, 724-5

identified, 725n

Carey, Mathew, 440n

Carleton, Joseph, 136n

Carlos (Charles) IV, King of Spain, xlv, 106, 392-3, 442n, 695n

Carlota Joaquina, Princess of Brazil, 442n

Carmichael, William, 72, 73n

Carpenter, Thomas

account with TJ, 12, 283, 329

Carpenter, William, 705n

carpenters, 66-7, 92n, 372

carpets, viii, 153, 181, 309

Carr, Mr. (Va.), 310, 454

Carr, Dabney (TJ's nephew), 383n

Carr, Hester Smith Stevenson (Hettie, Mrs. Peter Carr), 501

Carr, Martha Jefferson (Mrs. Dabney Carr, TJ's sister), 34

Carr, Mary (Polly, TJ's niece), 446

Carr, Peter (TJ's nephew)

letter to, 501-2

TJ sends Manual, political news to, 501-2

letters to, from cited, 501n

Carrel, John, 453, 454n, 588

carriages

TJ orders from Philadelphia, viii, 115-16, 128, 155, 181-2, 224-5, 270, 282, 309, 328-9, 429-30

landaus, 116

descriptions of, 116n, 181-2, 309

prices, 116n, 182, 270

tax on, 602, 604n

Carroll, Bishop John

letter to, 202-3

seeks to purchase church lot in Washington, 202-3

identified, 202-3n

letter from cited, 203n, 752

and Female Humane Charity School, 471, 475

Carroll, Daniel (of Duddington), 131, 190-1, 417n

Carroll, William, 681

carrots, 759

Carter, Edward, 581n

Carter, John, 522n

Carter, John, Jr., 521, 522n

Caruthers, John, 26, 27

Cary (b. 1785, TJ's slave), 34

Cary, Wilson Jefferson, 266n

Catahoula River, 554

Cathalan, Stephen, Jr., 189n, 494, 495n

Cathcart, James Leander, 163, 188, 189n, 477, 663-4

Catholic Church

in Pa., xlvi

in France, 194n

in Washington, D.C., 202-3

education, 202-3n

in Spain, 494

in Africa, 556

Irish, 671n

Catlett, George W., 744n

Catlett, Kemp, 581n

Caton, John

letter from cited, 753

cattle

for Tunisian minister, 148, 149n, 162

feed for, 326

in France, 461

in Europe, 706-7

Cayes, Saint-Domingue, 312-13

Cenas, Claudine

letter from cited, 754

census

returns for 1800 delayed, 19, 49, 255, 531

in Tenn., 19, 531, 532n

in Va., 49, 255, 570n

in Conn., 288n

expense of, 288n, 375n, 624n, 711n

in N.C., 288n

in S.C., 288n

shows population increase, 382, 507, 531-3, 545, 627, 643, 661

in N.J., 469n

in Md., 531, 532n

in Pa., 711n

Ceracchi, Giuseppe, 293, 294n, 482-4, 542

Ceylon, 398n, 715

chairs, 23-4, 137, 232

Chancellor, William, 46n

Chancognie, Simon Jude, 114-15, 258, 268

chandeliers, viii, 153

Chanlas. See De Chanlas, Monsieur

Channing, Walter, 595n

Chapman, John, 481n

Chaptal, Jean Antoine, 542n

Charles Emmanuel IV, Duke of Savoy and King of Sardinia, 714, 715n

Charleston, S.C.

Federalists in, 14n

Republicans in, 14n

attorneys, 42n

marine hospital, 53, 108

collector at, 53-4, 85, 713-14

Spanish consul at, 114, 115n

French prisoners at, 114-15, 268

election of 1800 in, 202

lighthouses, 202n

merchants, 202n, 257, 453n

custom house, 229n, 713-14, 739

and American Revolution, 257

British influence in, 257

and Jay Treaty, 257

navy agent at, 259n

revenue cutter at, 596n

banks, 602-4

anonymous letters from, 714n

Charlottesville, Va.

mail service to, from, 41

whooping cough in, 373

descriptions of, 462-3

travel to, from, 568-9, 581

Charlton, John, 46n

Chas, Jean

letter to, 203-4

TJ receives books from, 203-4

letter from cited, 203-4n, 750

wishes to visit U.S., 203-4n

R. R. Livingston carries letter to, 292n

Chastellux, François Jean de Bauvoir, Marquis de, 179-80

cheese, 461

chemistry, 212-13, 269, 542n

Cheriot, Henry

letter from cited, 755

Cherokee Indians

demand new negotiation site, 196n, 308, 402, 747n

land cessions sought from, 196n

murder of, 196n, 308, 747-8

send delegation to Washington, 308

inns on land of, 308n

road through lands of, 308n

consult with Hawkins, 325n

hold negative view of TJ's administration, 402-3

agent to, 403, 404n

trading houses, factories, 554

removal of, 559n

Chesapeake (U.S. frigate), 663, 668

Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, 207n

chess, 81

Chew, Benjamin, 42

Chickasaw Bluffs, 196n, 518n

Chickasaw Indians, 196n, 403, 518n, 559n, 748n

China, 105n, 180

Chisholm, Hugh, 34

Chisman, Mount Edward

recommended, appointed to office, 53, 85, 86n, 89, 92, 112, 119, 127, 157-8, 169, 185-6, 216, 263

Choctaw Indians

agent to, 55, 86, 108, 403

proposed conference with, 196, 308, 324

trading houses, factories, 554

removal of, 559n

Chribbs, William, 392

Christian VII, King of Denmark, 111n

Church, Edward, 277

Church, Jonathan, 512-13

Cicero, 428, 429n

cider, 453-4, 588, 689-90, 734, 740

Cilley, Bradbury, 601

Cincinnati, Society of the, 69n

ciphers, 340n

"Citizen" (pseudonym)

letter from, 689

complains about bankruptcy laws in Mass., 689

"Citizen of Delaware" (pseudonym), 693n

Claiborne, Clarissa Duralde, 562n

Claiborne, Cornelia Tennessee, 733n

Claiborne, Elizabeth W. Lewis, 732, 733n

Claiborne, William C. C.

letters from, 17-19, 402-4, 732-4

prepares to assume governorship of Miss. Terr., 17-19, 402

and census in Tenn., 19, 532n

withdraws as candidate for Congress, 19, 402, 403-4n

rumored to have declined governorship, 154

recommends aspirants for office, 392

advises on Indian affairs, 402-4

as reference, 478

and DeLacy, 559n

and Workman, 670n

sends news of Miss. Terr. politics, 732-4

Clark, Bowling

letter from, 659-60

leaves TJ's employment, 21, 22n, 525

TJ's account with, 349, 350n, 375, 660, 757

letters to cited, 350n, 753, 754, 755

surveys Poplar Forest lands, 414, 419, 659

reports on harvest at Poplar Forest, 659-60

letters from cited, 752, 753, 754

Clark, Daniel

and Claiborne, 18, 670n

consul at New Orleans, 327, 560n

shipments for TJ, 454n

and DeLacy, 557

Clark, Jonas, 54, 57n, 85, 108, 158

Clark (Clarke), Elijah, Jr., 144

Clark (Clarke), Elijah (d. 1799), 144

Clarke, Samuel, 409-10

Clarkson, Matthew

bank director, 46n

letters from cited, 284n, 750, 751

resigns as loan commissioner, 284n, 518

as reference, 345

Claxton, Thomas

letters to, 204-5, 480

letters from, 23-4, 152-3, 466

and furnishings for Monticello, 23-4, 152-3, 204-5

and furnishings for President's House, 152-3, 391, 466, 469n, 480, 588n, 758

letter to cited, 153n, 753

account with TJ, 391

forwards letter to TJ, 400

Clay, Charles

letter from cited, 22n

recommends overseer to TJ, 22n

examines Poplar Forest lands, 659

Clay, Henry

letters from cited, 754, 755

Clay, Joseph (Pa.)

recommended for office, 23, 100-1, 102n, 118, 125, 148

declines consular appointment, 107, 157

as reference, 440n

Clayton, Solomon, 452n

Clérisseau, Charles Louis

letter from cited, 175n

clerks

Treasury Department, 55, 108, 170n, 284-5, 288-9n, 388n, 437-40, 477n, 570n, 629, 630n, 681, 700-1, 703, 705n, 706n

Navy Department, 60n, 703

bank, 102n, 700, 705n

War Department, 108, 703

Continental Congress, 165n

Pa. senate, 165n

applications for clerkships, 214, 479, 496

territorial, 229n

State Department, 311n, 370, 371n, 378, 379n, 445n

for D.C. commissioners, 372

illness among, 423-4

political sympathies of, 477n

House of Representatives, 479, 513

custom house, 481n, 713

revenue, 582

salaries, 582, 629, 630n, 705n

removal of, 700, 704n, 706n

offered bribes, 700-1, 702

Federalists as, 702, 703, 704n

postal service, 705n

Clermont-Ferrand, France, 461-3, 465n

Clinch River, 344n

Clinton, DeWitt

letter from, 283-4

member of council of appointment, 275n

recommends aspirants for office, 283-4

identified, 284n

opposes M. L. Davis's appointment, 311

and Iroquois resettlement, 316, 317n

Clinton, George

letter from, 447-8

as reference, 142

elected governor, 235n

removal policies of, 275n, 287

secretary for, 284n

and harbor fortifications at New York, 447-8, 688

letter from cited, 754

Clopton, John, 214

clover, 326, 707

Clymer, George

letter from, 610-11

seeks patent for pump, 610-11

identified, 611n

Clymer, George E., 610-11

Clymer, Henry, 118n

Clymer, Mary Willing, 118n

coal

ordered by TJ, 171, 232, 275-6, 375, 470

mining of, in Va., 233n

in France, 345n

Coalter, John

letter to, 409-10

obtains judgment against S. Clarke, 409-10

letter from cited, 410n, 754

Coates, Samuel, 46n

Cobb, Henry J., 325n

Cobbett, William, xlv

Cocke, William, 404n

cod, 134n

coffee

ordered by TJ, 83, 87, 118, 128

cargoes of, 134n

from Saint-Domingue, 312

Coffyn, Mr., 534

Cohen, Jacob J., 104n

Coiffier de Verseux, Henri Louis, Baron

Dictionnaire, 484n

coins, 15-16, 681-3, 692

Colbert, Brown (1785-1833, TJ's slave), 34

Colbert, Burwell (TJ's slave), 34, 35n

Coleman, Mary Littlepage, 473n

Coleman, Nathan

letter to, 486

letter from, 457-8

presents "Mammoth Veal" to TJ, 457-8, 479

thanked by TJ, 486, 513

Coleman, Robert S.

letter to, 491

letter from, 473

and L. Littlepage, 473, 491

identified, 473n

Coleman, William, 460n

Colles, Raymond, 134n

Collier, Thomas, 519n

Columbia, Bank of (Georgetown)

directors of, 44, 46n, 56n, 254, 400n, 545n

presidents of, 56n

TJ's account with, 128, 178-9, 283n

distrusted by Gallatin, 135n, 191n, 545-6n

cashier, 166

Madison's note with, 179

stockholders, 191

TJ predicts demise of, 399, 412, 545-6, 580

notes of, 412, 413n, 454, 545-6, 580

Columbia College, 190n, 284n, 662n

Columbian Centinel (Boston), 147n

Columella, Lucius Junius Moderatus, 326

Comanche Indians, 555, 561n

commerce

one of four pillars of prosperity, 647

Complete Collection of All the Protests of the Peers in Parliament Entered on their Journals, Since the Year 1774 (House of Lords), 482-4

Complete Collection of the Lords' Protests (House of Lords), 482-4

Concise View of All the Most Important Facts which have Hitherto Appeared Concerning the Cow-Pox (Charles Rochemont Aikin), 490, 491n, 573, 698

Congregationalists, 409n, 516, 517n

Congress, U.S.

Confederation

and western land claims, 72

members, 172n

instructions to treaty commissioners, 244, 245-6n

journals of, 310

Continental

TJ as member of, 14

appoints TJ peace commissioner, 126n

clerks, 165n

and the Hope, 300, 301n

journals of, 310

commercial agent for, at New Orleans, 328n

members, 531n

House of Representatives

chamber, viii-ix

and Lehman's petition, 10-11

committees, 10-11n

temporary building for, 97, 132, 153, 167, 176

and spoliations by Spain, 407n

clerk of, 479, 513

and L'Enfant's petition, 567n

Legislation

relief of Lehman, 10-11n

exoneration from French treaties, 38, 39n

and District of Columbia, 47-8, 98, 99n

Indian cessions, 73

western land claims, 76

lighthouses, 91, 92n

Logan Act, 162, 163n

and Barbary states, 163, 588, 688

Marine barracks, 168, 172-3, 187n, 217

and Northwest Terr., 170n, 587n, 719

President may not forward petitions to, 201

court fee bills, 215, 216n

marine hospitals, 220

excise tax, 262

election reform, 289n

commissions busts of Washington, 293

compensation of collectors, 374n, 693n, 714n

appropriation for naval galleys, 488n

and Sterett's victory, 589n

naturalization, 618, 621n

communications from secretary of the Treasury, 623-4, 633-4, 635-6n, 645

construction of 74-gun ships, 640-1n, 646

and fortifications, 650n, 688

regulation of coasting trade, 711n

collection laws, 714n

and slave trade, 739-40

and the Sally, 743n

See also Alien Enemies Act (1798); Alien Friends Act (1798); Judiciary Act (1801); Peace Establishment Act (1801); Sedition Act (1798); Stamp Act (1797)

Public Opinion

proposal to reorganize, 247

president's communications should be by letter, 612

need to guard against misapplication of public money, 635

Senate

and L. Lehman's petition, 10-11n

and Convention of 1800, 105n, 188, 189n, 316, 501, 506, 519, 525, 609

Republicans gain majority in, 147, 269, 303, 324

and TJ's nominations, 299n, 327, 377n, 382, 539n

and Adams's nominations, 494n

secretary of, 513-14

may reject TJ's nominations, 538

L'Enfant's petition to, 567n

and Sedition Act, 613, 635, 652, 653-4n, 655-7

Congress (U.S. frigate), 668

Coningham, Cornelius

letter to, 611

letter from, 592

seeks government loan, 592, 611

identified, 592n

letter from cited, 592n, 754

Connecticut

elections in, ix, 169, 409n, 506, 519-20n

union of clergy and Federalists in, 33, 338

attorneys, 71

Wallingford, 71

Episcopalians in, 71n, 409n

Falkner Island lighthouse, 91-2, 118n, 492

Farmington, 117n

need for removals in, 147

Hartford, 169

Middletown collectorship, 260n

census, 288n

letters to, from the 12th Regiment, 338-9, 517

Lebanon, 339n

legislature, 339n, 475-6

militia, 339n, 475-6

physicians, 369

smallpox vaccination in, 369, 430

Baptists, 407-9

calls for disestablishment in, 407-9

Universalists, 409n

and American Revolution, 457n

marshal for, 475-6, 484-6, 691

Killingworth, 476n

emigrants from, 477-8

Whitneyville, 514n

newspapers, 519-20

Litchfield, 597-9

postmasters, 597-9

supervisor for, 598, 599n

circuit court cases in, 658

courts, 691n

See also Danbury Baptist Association; Federalists; New Haven, Conn.; Republicans

Connelly, John (Pa.), 100, 102n

Conrad, Frederic, 416n

Conrad & McMunn (Washington), 12n, 96

Constantinople, 163n, 341-2

Constellation (U.S. frigate), 663, 668

Constitution (U.S. frigate), 663, 668

Constitution of the United States

and Sedition Act, xi, 647-8, 652, 655-6

ratification of, 26n, 679n, 740n

and revenue collection, 264

Federalists threaten, 265, 528, 576

revision and amendment called for, 286, 289n, 314

oaths to uphold, 439

and use of nolle prosequi, 480-1

and citizenship, 559n, 649

signers of, 610n

and president's annual message to Congress, 612

and executive authority to call on departments for information, 634

declaring war, enacting peace, 642-3

freedom of the press, 656

TJ's opinion of, 708

Convention of 1800

ratification of, 56, 101, 105n, 161, 173-4, 176-8, 186-8, 189n, 191, 193-4n, 211-12, 216, 217, 228, 245n, 265, 268, 276, 291, 303, 311, 314-15, 316, 410-11, 492-3, 501-2, 506, 519, 525, 545, 593

spoliation claims, 105n, 186, 187-8n, 188, 189n, 211-12, 228, 268, 276, 316, 501-2, 519, 527

restitution of prizes, 146, 316, 410-11

impact of, on commerce, 492-3

proclamation of, 609

execution of, 609n

Cooch, William

letter from cited, 752

Cook, Johnson

letters from, 455-7, 473-4, 477-8

seeks back pay, 455-7

identified, 457n

reports on Ohio politics, 473-4, 477-8

Cook, Thomas Jefferson, 456

Cooke (Cook), John Travers, 386-7

cooks, 542-3

Coolidge, Joseph, Jr., 589n

Cooper, Thomas, 23n, 533n

copper, 587n, 596-7, 681-2

Corcoran, Thomas

letter from, 457

and pardon for T. Leach, 457

Corey, Isaac, & Sons (Newry), 274n

Corey, Trevor, 274n

corn, 659-60, 757

Corny, Marguerite Victoire de Palerne de, 189n

Corsica, 105n

Cosby, John L., 744n

cotton, 451, 518, 527, 535

cotton gin, 514-15, 662-3

Coulon, Paul, 56n

counterfeiting, 681-3, 692

counterpanes, 270

Courts, U.S.

Circuit

District of Columbia, 46n

and the Hope, 160n, 299-300

and Marchant's case, 302n

TJ's notes concerning cases of, 599n, 612, 658

District

admission to practice before, 335-6

Public Opinion

dominated by Federalists, 43, 147

court fees excessive, 215

statement of cases decided and pending, 620, 648

trial by jury, 620

reduction of, 628

need impartial method to summon juries, 635, 639, 648

Supreme Court

to save country from anarchy, 43

sessions, 43, 46n

cases, 46n, 160n

courts-martial, 513n, 756

Coutinho, Luís Pinto de Sousa, 246n

Coutts, Thomas, & Co. (London), 17

cowpox. See smallpox

Coxe, Charles, 65

Coxe, Charles D.

seeks consular appointment, 64-6, 126, 148, 154

letter from cited, 65n, 749

Coxe, Francis Sidney, 582-3, 584n

Coxe, John Redman, 490, 572, 604-5, 698, 710

Coxe, Rebecca Coxe, 65

Coxe, Rebecca Wells, 65

Coxe, Tench

letters from, 205-8, 298-9, 582-4

family of, 65, 126

seeks appointment, 205-8, 582-4, 653, 654n

defends TJ's removals, 263

memorandum on internal revenues, 264

forwards letter from J. Anderson, 298-9

as secretary of Pa. land office, 424n

as commissioner of the revenue, 583

Coxe, Tench, Jr., 582-3, 584n

Coxe, William, xlix

Coyle, John, 703, 706n

Crane, Silas, 365, 366n

Craven, John H.

leases land, 510, 745

letter to cited, 754

Crawford, William, 703

"Crazy Jane," 471, 472n

Creek Indians, 72-3, 554, 559n

Crèvecoeur, Michel Guillaume St. John de, 162n

Critta. See Hemings, Critta (1769-1850)

Crockett, Joseph, 155

Cromwell, Mr., 329n

Cromwell, Oliver, 730

Croudson, Samuel, 27-8

Cuba, 717n

Cumberland (British ship), 752-5

Cumberland River, 77

Cummings, Mr. (Pa.), 267

Cunha, John, 754

Cunningham, Noble E., xi-xii, 612

Currie, James

letters to, 174, 466-7

letters from, 93-4, 339-40

assists with arbitration, 93-4, 174, 339-40, 466-7

TJ sends vaccine matter to, 174, 279, 312n, 339

curtains, 153

Cutting, John Browne, 380, 383n

Cuvier, Georges, xlviii, 435n

 
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