Volume 35 Index

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D

Dale, Richard

commands Mediterranean squadron, 188n, 661n, 663

arrival at Gibraltar, 219n, 228, 277

instructions to, 240-1

departs from Gibraltar, 324-5

retained in service, 488

Dallas, Alexander J.

recommends aspirants for office, 57n, 260n

advises on appointments, 100, 102n

and Duane's sedition trial, 125, 148, 480, 652, 653-4n, 655-6

and the Harmony, 410, 420

and W. Patterson, 664

and inquiry into Latimer's conduct, 725-6

Dalton, Tristram

as bank director, 46-7n, 136n, 304

as D.C. commissioner, 46n, 97-100, 131-2, 208-9, 371-3, 450

encloses estimate of commissioners' debts, 371-3

Dana, Francis, 199

Danbury Baptist Association

letter from, 407-9

supports religious liberty, 407-9

identified, 409n

Dandridge, Bartholomew, Jr.

letter from, 312-13

seeks appointment, 312-13, 322

identified, 313n

Darrell, Edward, 54, 756

Davenport, William, 580

Davidson, James, Jr., 303-5, 399

Davidson, John, 232, 233n, 375, 400, 470n

Davidson, Samuel, 47-8

Davie, Mr. (S.C.), 262

Davie, William R., 75, 197n, 253n, 307

Davies, William, 348, 350, 357

Davis, Cornelius, 150, 152n

Davis, Isaiah, 416n

Davis, John, 160n, 299-301

Davis, John (author)

letter to, 258

letter from, 179-81

seeks to dedicate book to TJ, 179-81, 258

identified, 180n

writings, 180n

Burr forwards TJ's letter to, 692

Davis, Matthew L.

recommended, opposed for appointment, vii, 62, 143-4, 161, 204, 233-5, 237, 238, 272-5, 307, 311, 332, 333n, 753

visits Monticello, vii, 272-3, 286, 287, 289n, 307, 311, 314, 316, 340

relationship with Burr, 63-4n, 287

Oration, 234n

Davis, Thomas T.

letter from, 154-5

seeks appointment, 154-5

advises on appointments, 277

Davis, William (Boston)

letter from cited, 754

Davy. See Hern, David (b. 1784, Davy, TJ's slave)

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

Dawes, Abijah, 46n

Dawson, Mr., 331

Dawson, John

letter from, 105

returns to U.S., 101, 105n, 142, 385

forwards letter from Volney, 105

sends dispatches to U.S., 105, 161, 187n, 188, 193-4n, 217, 445n

carries letters, news to Europe, 141, 380, 381

proposed as peace negotiator, 173-4n

carries ratified convention to France, 178n

appointment of, criticized, 288

letter from cited, 473

letter to cited, 473n

Dawson, Martin

letter from cited, 753

Dayton, Jonathan

accused of misusing public funds, 55, 108, 437-41, 704n, 705n

and S. A. Otis, 514n

Deakins, Francis, 417n

Deakins, William, Jr., 46n

Deane (Continental frigate), 654

Dearborn, Dorcas Osgood Marble, 195

Dearborn, Henry

letters to, 83-4, 116-17, 215-16, 271-2

letters from, 74, 195, 254-5

absent from Washington, viii, 90, 275n, 330

advises on annual message to Congress, xi, 614-15, 622

and fortifications, 6n, 83-4, 195, 271-2, 309, 448n, 688n

advises on Mediterranean squadron, 74

family of, 74, 169, 170n, 195, 215, 216

and military contracts, 74, 116-17, 254-5

and Indian affairs, 76, 196-7, 307, 324, 325n, 404n, 696-8, 748n

forwards information, pamphlets, 86n, 600n

acting secretary of the navy, 168n

advises on appointments, 195, 227, 229n, 314, 440n

cases of Landais and Rowe, 215-16

as reference, 352

and Barraud's removal, 358

applications to, for appointments, 452

attends cabinet meetings, 488-9, 609

and Ellicott's map of southwestern U.S., 549n

and L'Enfant's claim, 564, 567n

method of communication with the president, 576-8

TJ praises, 577

conveys thanks to Lorimier, 599

and War Department appropriations and expenditures, 636n, 638n, 645

and Jordan, 726

debt. See United States: Economy; United States: Public Finance

De Butts, Elias, 711n, 739n, 742, 743n

Decatur, Stephen, Sr., 488

De Chanlas, Monsieur

letter from, 325-6

offers to manage TJ's farms, 325-6

letter from cited, 326n

Decisions of Cases in Virginia, By The High Court of Chancery (George Wythe), 466-7

Declaration of Independence, 6n, 15n, 165n, 610n

deeds, 310, 359-61, 379

DeLacy, John Devereux

letter from, 549-62

sends news, descriptions of southwestern territories, 549-62

identified, 559-60n

Delage de Volude, Nathalie. See Sumter, Nathalie Delage de Volude

Delaware

marshal for, 32-3

Kent Co., 69, 70, 428, 429n

elections in, 69-70, 147, 207n, 324, 427-9

need for removals in, 147

French consul for, 161n

attorneys in, 207-8n

governor, 427-9

legislature, 427-9

district attorney, 428

sheriffs, 428, 429n

Sussex Co., 428, 429n

and American Revolution, 429n

New Castle Co., 429n

circuit court cases in, 658

See also Federalists; Republicans; Wilmington, Del.

Delaware Indians, 599-600

Delaware River, 23n

Demerara, 702, 704-5n

Democratic-Republican societies, 275n

Democratic Society of the City of New-York, 275n

Den Helder, 239, 295

Denison (Dennison), Jabez, 594, 595n

Denmark

U.S. relations with, 13, 14n, 31, 148, 149n, 163n, 189n

armistice with Britain, 32n

prisoners of war, 39n, 110, 111n, 125

Denniston & Cheetham

letter from, 480-1

supports halt to Duane's sedition trial, 480-1, 543-4, 607

See also American Citizen and General Advertiser (New York)

Densley, Hugh, 95

Dent, George, 303, 330, 374, 426

Derieux, Justin Pierre Plumard

letter from cited, 756

Dering, Henry P., 52, 57n

Description topographique, physique, civile, politique et historique de la partie française de l'Isle Saint-Domingue (Médéric Louis Elie Moreau de St. Méry), 356

De Senectute (Cicero), 429n

desertion, 81n, 215, 216n, 219n

Dexter, Samuel, 447-8

Dickerson, Mahlon, 440n

Dickinson, John, 206

Dickson, William, 19n

Dictionnaire Biographique et Historique des Hommes Marquans de la Fin du Dix-Huitième Siècle (attributed to Baron Coiffier de Verseux), 482-4, 542

Diderot, Denis

Synonymes Français, 203

Didot, Pierre and Firmin, 20

Digges, Edward, 502-3

Digges, Elizabeth, 502

Digges, Maria (Molly)

letter from, 502-3

asks TJ for money, 502-3

identified, 503n

letters to, from cited, 503n

Digges, Susannah, 502

Digges, Thomas

letter to, 692

letter from, 681-3

forwards information on coins and counterfeiting, 681-3, 692

Dinmore, Richard, 487n

Dinsmore, Andrew, 11, 12n, 31

Dinsmore, James

and brother's account, 11

letters to, from cited, 756

Direct Tax (1798), 54, 628

Discorso del Signor Tommaso Jefferson (Philip Mazzei), 666, 667, 668n

Dissertation on the Freedom of Navigation and Maritime Commerce (William Barton), 610n

distilleries, 22n

District of Columbia

Rock Creek, ix, 131, 168, 209

streets and roads in, ix, 97, 131-2, 167-8, 172-3, 176, 208-9, 372, 449

commissioners, 46n, 113

U.S. circuit court, 46n

alterations to plan of, 47-8

letters to, from commissioners, 97-100, 129-30, 131-2, 167-8, 208-9, 371-3, 450

Maryland loan to, 97-100, 113, 129-30, 175-6, 208, 371-3

sale of lots in, 113, 129-30, 373, 384-5, 450

TJ on the functions of commissioners, 130

marshal for, 191n, 290

U.S. attorney for, 191n

education in, 203n

letter to commissioners cited, 203n, 750

communications between commissioners and the president, 297-8

survey of lots in, 348-9

estimate of commissioners' debts, 371-3, 384-5

superintendent of public buildings, 372

canals in, 373

James Creek, 373

Tiber Creek, 373

TJ's notes on commissioners' accounts, 384-5

divided into counties, 444

taxes, 444

and L'Enfant, 562-8

maps of, 564, 568n

commissioner of public buildings, 717n

See also Georgetown, D.C.; Washington, D.C.

Dixon, Roger, 552, 560-1n

Dobrée, Pierre Frédéric, 494, 495n

Dodge, Nehemiah

letter from, 407-9

supports religious liberty, 407-9

identified, 409n

Doll (b. 1757, TJ's slave), 35

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

Dolton, Mr., 301-2

Donath, Joseph, 225, 676n

donkeys, 105n

Donnell, John, 469n, 665

Dorsey, Mr., 95

Dorsey, William H., 136n

Dougherty, Joseph

handles payments, 128

and delivery of TJ's carriage, 224, 270, 282, 328-9, 421

and E. Maher, 421n

hauls coal, 470n

stable accounts, 757-9

Douglas, George

letter from, 8-9

and engraving of Va. Capitol, 8-9

writings, 9n

D'Oyley, Daniel

advises on appointments, 13-14n, 32, 53

reports on S.C. politics, 100, 101-2n

recommended for office, 320n

drapery, viii

Drayton, John

letter to, 258-9

letter from, 114-15

appoints commissioner of Direct Tax, 54

and recognition of Chancognie, 114-15, 258-9

and return of French prisoners, 114-15, 259, 268

letter from cited, 756

Drayton, Stephen, 189n

Dresden, 237n

Driskell, James

letter from cited, 752

Duane, William

letter to, 41

forwards books to TJ, 20

recommends aspirants for office, 23n, 55, 57n, 108, 285

TJ advises on postal schedules in Va., 41

urges removals, 100

sedition trial of, 125, 148, 480-1, 543-4, 607, 613, 617, 651n, 652, 653-4n, 655-7

as reference, 326n

alleges misuse of public funds, 438, 440-1n, 700-1, 704n, 706n

printing and binding contract, 469n

evaluates political sympathies of government clerks, 477n

TJ pledges support for, 479

sends regards to TJ, 513

See also Aurora (Philadelphia)

Dublin, Ireland, 93

Ducarne de Blangy, Jacques Joseph, 194n

duels, 551, 560n, 701, 705-6n

Dufief, Nicolas Gouin

letter to, 542

letters from, 20, 482-4

bookseller, 20

offers books from Franklin's library, 482-4, 542

letter to cited, 483n, 753

letter from cited, 542n, 751

sends books to TJ, 542n

Dugnani, Antonio

letter from cited, 189n

Duhamel du Monceau, M.

Traité des arbres fruitiers, xlix

Duke, Henry

letter to cited, 752

Dunbar, William

letter from, 121-4

TJ recommends, 18

meteorological observations, 121, 124n

scientific pursuits, 121-4

Dunkirk, France, 65, 280

Dunlop, James, 190, 191n

Dunlop, John, 136n

Dunwoody's Tavern (Philadelphia), 118n

du Pont, Victor Marie, 464, 465n

du Pont de Nemours, Éleuthère Irénée, 74

Du Pont de Nemours, Pierre Samuel, 74, 448n

Duralde, Martin Milony, 121-2, 124n

DuVal, William, 104n

Dwight, Timothy, 369, 370n, 497

Dyson, Joseph, 759

 
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