Volume 35 Index

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Eagle (British brig), 132, 134n

Early, Joshua, 659

Eastern Branch. See Anacostia River

Easton, David, 82-3, 500

Easton, Sarah Harrison, 82, 83n

Eaton, William

dispatches from, 108, 109n, 162, 189-90n

charters vessel, 148, 149n, 162-3

consul at Tunis, 240

estimates marine force of Tunis, 664

eclipses, 423, 424n

economics, 341

Eddins, Samuel

seeks appointment, 112

letter from cited, 112n

Edgehill (Randolph estate), 373, 471, 578, 579

Edinburgh, 103n, 278n, 279n, 425n, 531n

education

legal, 144, 335-6, 670n

Catholic, 202-3n

of women, 471, 475

See also medicine

Edwards, Enoch

letters to, 155, 309, 429-30

letters from, 115-16, 181-2

TJ orders carriage from, viii, 115-16, 155, 181-2, 224, 282, 309, 429-30

and G. Stuart's portrait of TJ, 225, 282-3, 329

health of, 329

TJ's account with, 418

letter from cited, 755

Edwards, Frances Gordon, 181, 309, 429

Edwards, John, 229n

Edwards, Pierpont

letters from, 259-60, 484-6, 514-15

as reference, 71

family of, 229n

recommends aspirants for office, 259-60, 484-6, 511, 754

letters from cited, 260n, 511n, 754

recommends E. Whitney, 514-15

advises on appointments, 515

Edwin (b. 1793; TJ's slave), 34

Egypt

donkeys from, 105n

accounts from, 108, 192, 239, 295, 415

France attempts to reinforce, 194n

French army in, capitulates, 239n, 296, 297n, 415n

restored to Ottoman Empire, 395, 398n

pyramids, 426

Britain and France to evacuate, 714

Elam, Samuel

letter from, 593-5

and Spanish seizures of U.S. vessels, 593-5

identified, 595n

election of 1800

in Va., 185, 256

in S.C., 201-2

in Del., 207n

in N.Y., 233, 234n, 332

in New York City, 235n

in Md., 303n

in Miss. Terr., 553

in Vt., 686n

election of 1804, xi, 286

Elgar, John, 717n

Elgar, Joseph, Jr.

letter from, 715-17

seeks to acquire sample of serpentine, 715-17

identified, 717n

Elgin, Thomas Bruce, Earl of, 415

Eliza (sloop), 454n

Elk Island, Va., 321n

Elk Run Church (Fauquier Co., Va.), 568, 581

Ellery, Christopher

letter to, 309-10

letter from, 156-7

recommended for office, 4, 6n

and Geffroy letters, 6n, 87n, 156-7, 272, 309-10

elected to U.S. Senate, 78

letters from cited, 752

Ellery, William, 4, 5, 6n

Ellicott, Andrew

letters from, 106-7, 423-4, 548-9

as surveyor of Federal District, 47

advises on southwestern territories, 106-7

boundary surveys, 106-7, 249, 253n, 561n

Journal of Andrew Ellicott, 107n

astronomical research, 423, 424n, 548-9

appointed secretary of Pa. land office, 423-4

map of southwestern U.S., 423-4, 548-9

Ellicott, Sarah Brown, 549n

Ellsworth, Oliver, 173

Emory, Arthur, 451, 452n

Encyclopédie Méthodique, 356

engineers, 448n, 564, 567n

English Channel, 239

English language, 5n

Enquiry, Concerning the Liberty, and Licentiousness of the Press, and the Uncontroulable Nature of the Human Mind (John Thomson), 67-8

Enterprize (U.S. schooner), 219n, 588-9, 642, 663, 668n

Episcopal Church, 71n, 409n

Eppes, Elizabeth Wayles (Mrs. Francis Eppes, TJ's sister-in-law), 685n

Eppes, Francis (TJ's brother-in-law)

manages TJ's affairs, 453n, 524n

introduction to, sought, 684

family of, 685n

letters to cited, 754, 755, 756

letter from cited, 755

Eppes, Francis Wayles (TJ's grandson)

birth of, vii, 374n, 511n

health of, vii, 373, 419, 504, 510, 578, 579, 590, 690, 735, 744-5

in-laws of, 508n

nurses for, 580n

Eppes, John Wayles (TJ's son-in-law)

letter to, 418-20

letters from, 373-4, 503-4, 578-9

and smallpox vaccination, 278, 495, 572

purchases horses for TJ, 278n

sends news of family, work at Monticello, 373-4, 578-9

TJ gives Poplar Forest land to, 414-15, 418-20, 503-4, 510, 659

invited to Monticello, 419, 510

TJ's correspondence with, 471

TJ's affection for, 472, 511

family of, 685n

letter to cited, 754

letter from cited, 756

Eppes, Mary Jefferson (Maria, Polly, Mrs. John Wayles Eppes, TJ's daughter)

letter to, 510-11

letter from, 579-80

invited to Monticello, vii, 419, 510-11

health of, 373, 419, 504, 510-11, 735

invited to Washington, 471

wishes to spend more time with TJ, 579

reports on illness among Eppes, Randolph children, 579-80

Epsilon Piscium (star), 549n

Erie Canal, 284n

erosion, 707

Essay on the Liberty of the Press (George Hay), 136n

Essay on the Principle of Population (Thomas Robert Malthus), 532-3n

Essequibo, 705n

Essex (U.S. frigate), 219, 668

Essex Junto, 6n

Esther (b. 1796, TJ's slave), 35

Etruria, 694-5

Euler, Leonhard, 532n

Eulogium on the Death of Gen. George Washington (Samuel G. Bishop), 37n

Euphrates River, 105n

Europe

and neutral rights, 81, 241-6

republicanism in, 236, 295-6, 540-1

impact of peace on, 396-7, 707-8

population growth in, 533n

agricultural practices in, 706-7

merchants of, use American vessels, 728-31

timber markets in, 730

smallpox vaccination in, 736

Eustis, William, 352, 687

Evans, Lewis (Miss. Terr.), 553, 561n

Evans, Philip (b. 1790; Randolph slave), 34

Evans, William

letter to, 542-3

letter from, 569-70

and suicide of James Hemings, 542-3, 569-70

Evelina (b. 1797, TJ's slave), 35

Ewing, John, 213

Examination of the New-Haven Remonstrance with an Appendix, Containing the President's Inaugural Speech, the Remonstrance and Reply (Lucius Junius Brutus), 459, 460n

Examiner (Richmond), 233n

exequaturs, 148, 162, 163n, 258, 528n, 599

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