Volume 35 Index

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F

Fairbanks, Jason, 300, 301n

Fales, Elizabeth, 301n

Faris (Farras) (Albemarle Co.), 379, 380n, 413

"Farmer" (Levi Lincoln), 147n, 305-6

Farmer, Samuel, 726

Farmer of New Jersey; or, A Picture of Domestic Life (John Davis), 180n

Fay, David, 685

Fay, Joseph, 142

feathers, 270

Federal Gazette (Baltimore), 452n

Federalists

criticize absence of department heads, viii, 275n, 288, 315

return to Republican ranks, ix, 33, 45, 64, 70, 74-5, 85, 145, 146, 381, 399, 501, 521

in R.I., 3-5, 6n

clergy allied with, 4, 147, 338, 497, 501, 521

in Conn., 4, 33, 485-6, 519-20, 529, 597-9, 675n

in Mass., 4, 54, 56n, 146-7, 222, 305-6, 521

in N.H., 4, 601, 652-5

printers, newspapers, 4, 56n, 80, 126n, 146-7, 263n, 265, 288, 305-6, 324n, 338, 381-2, 399, 460n, 480-1, 519-20, 521-2, 598, 705n

support among, for TJ's administration, 4, 85

called Tories, British party, 4-5, 164, 236, 238, 529, 653n, 664

leaders irreconcilable, 4-5, 42-3, 45, 64, 70, 80, 145, 399

removal of expected, urged, 4-5, 6n, 13-14n, 42-3, 54, 55, 164, 234, 237, 238, 272-4, 318-19, 365-6, 481n

Essex Junto, 6n

monopolize public offices, 6n, 85, 145, 381

in S.C., 13-14n, 32, 100, 101-2n, 201-2

associated with monarchy, 21, 46, 85, 145, 146-7, 161, 236, 501, 701

renewed opposition by, expected, 32, 64

in Vt., 36, 265, 575n, 684-6

seek to retain offices, 36-7

called aristocrats, 42, 183, 478, 506

refuse to resign, 42

calls to sweep, from office, 42-3

judiciary dominated by, 43, 147

oppose foreigners, 43

lax departmental oversight by, 53-4

seized by frenzy, madness, 54, 56n, 310

removals would unite, 55

former Loyalists among, 62, 274n, 332, 481n, 601, 655, 679

in Del., 69-70, 207-8n, 427-9

appointment of, opposed, 85, 108

TJ considers most to be republicans, 85, 146

become cautious, prudent, 88, 497-8

in N.Y., 101, 275n, 675n

in Philadelphia, 118n

and restoration of the Berceau, 147n

offices their source of strength, 164

in Pa., 164-5, 184, 205

cannot be trusted, 173

and France, 173-4

in Va., 183, 256, 529, 570, 665

in D.C., 190

in N.J., 226, 365, 591n

in New York City, 236-7, 238

Constitution threatened by, 265, 528, 576

accused of waste, fraud in public spending, 276-7

in Ga., 288n

in Boston, 299

interfere with postal service, 331, 440n, 597-9, 619

in N.C., 389-90

seek to divide Republicans, 427

threaten, remove Republican subordinates, 439, 440n, 630n, 654n, 700-1, 703

in Ohio, 456, 473-4, 477-8

claim no removals made for political opinions, 459

removals destroy stability of public office, 460n

threaten, use economic reprisals, 474, 653n

in New England, 520-1

in Md., 529

misinterpret TJ's visits in Va., 529

in Miss. Terr., 553

as clerks, 702, 703, 704n

"Federal Republican" (pseudonym), 305-6

Female Humane Association (Baltimore), 471, 475

Fenner, Arthur, 4, 6n

Fenwick, Joseph, 101, 108

Ferdinand IV, King of Naples (and King of Sicily), 724-5

Fergusson, David

letters from, 51-2, 334-5

advises TJ on taxation, 51-2

identified, 52n

"Seven Friends," 52n, 335n

forwards petition, 334-5

Fernando Póo, Africa, 561n

Fero, David, Jr., 551-2, 560n

Ferrall, Patrick, 703, 706n

ferries, 224-5, 329, 590n

Fetter, Daniel, 228n

Fetter, George, 228n

Few, William

advises on appointments, 226, 287-8

carries letter to Gallatin, 440n

letter from cited, 753

figs, 12

Findlay, James, 392n

Finley, Samuel, 170n, 227

firearms, 10

fires, 259n

firewood, 580, 759

Fish, Nicholas, 101, 102n, 118, 272

Fisher, Caleb, 347

Fisher, James C., 46n

Fitch, Jabez G., 686n

Fitzgerald, John, 682, 683n

Fitzhugh, Henry, 569n

Fitzhugh, Nicholas, 569n, 581

Fitzhugh, Richard, 569n, 581

Fitzhugh, William, 569n, 581

FitzSimons, Thomas, 425n

Flagg, Samuel, Jr., 56n

Flamand, James, 24-5

Fleming, Col. John, 320, 446

Fleming, William

letter to, 320-1

letter from, 445-6

and Wayles estate, 320-1, 445-6

Florence, Italy, 538

Florida

attempt to introduce camels in, 105n

acquisition of, urged, 106

boundary of W. Fla., 106, 561n

Spanish militia in, 106

French interest in, 228, 669-70

map of, 423

and Indian trade, 559n

U.S. attorney for, 560n

settlement of emancipated slaves in, 669

U.S. occupation of, urged, 669-70

See also Pensacola, Fla.

flour, 95

Folsom (Folsome), Nathaniel, 601

Forbes, John Murray, 493-4, 498

Forfait, Pierre Alexandre, 194n

forgeries

letters, 6n, 156-7, 309

state certificates, 37n

ship registers, 236-8

Forman, Mr., 370

Forrest, Uriah

and Bank of Columbia, 44-5, 191n

reputation of, 44-5, 46n, 166, 190

and Maryland loan, 97-8, 113n, 129-30

suit against Hanson, 399-400, 479

Forsyth, Jacob, 481n

Forton prison, 675

Fossett, Joseph (1780-1858, Joe, TJ's slave), 34, 35n

fossils, 121-2, 124n, 433

Foster, Mr., 635

Foster, Dorothy Dwight, 520, 522n

Foster, Dwight, 520, 522n

Foster, Theodore

letter to, 260

letter from, 520-2

plans for annual publication, 260, 520

reports on New England politics, newspapers, 520-2

Fouché, Joseph, 193, 194n

Foulis Press (Glasgow), 542n

Foushee, John H., 279n

Foushee, William

letter from, 278-9

TJ sends vaccine matter to, 278-9, 312n

identified, 279n

letter to cited, 279n, 750

Fowler, Alexander, 499-500

Fowler, John, 14n, 155

Fox, Samuel M., 705n

France

Agriculture

olive trees, 105n

sheep, 105n, 463-4, 465n

"artificial" meadows, 325-6

dairy production, 461

Art

exhibited at Louvre, 538, 539n

Economy

coal, 345n

seeks to restore commerce, 535, 729

Foreign Relations

with Spain, 18, 535, 695n

with the Vatican, 194n

expeditionary force to Saint-Domingue, 395-6, 398n, 535, 539n

increasing influence of, 396

acquires Belgium, 535, 539n

territories gained in preliminary peace, 714-15

South American interests of, 720

Navy

captures British warships, 192, 194n

gunboats, 192, 194n

size, strength of, 509, 535

timber for, 730

Politics and Government

constitution, 296, 396-7, 495n, 536

list of banned émigrés, 344, 345n

not a republic, 378, 535-7

emancipation in French colonies, 528

Senate, 535

Code Civil, 708n

Science and Learning

source for books, 20

shipbuilding, 192, 194n

plaster of paris, 192-3

smallpox vaccination, 199, 490, 491n

engineers, 448n

weights and measures, 462, 465n

National Institute of Arts and Science, 465n

Society

Catholic church in, 194n, 536

U.S. Relations with

immigrants to U.S., 5n, 156, 216n, 325-6, 344-5, 368n

and Louisiana, 18, 228, 396, 507, 509, 527, 535, 540, 669-70, 695n

and naval prizes, 22, 38-9, 56, 57n, 79, 86, 88, 90, 108, 110, 111n, 125, 145-6, 158, 276, 498-9, 513n, 528n, 677

and exoneration from treaties, 38, 39n, 108, 228

and treaty of amity and commerce, 38-9, 105n, 111n, 228, 244, 245n, 420

French privateers in U.S. ports, 56, 57n, 79-80, 132, 134n, 154, 404

French role in American Revolution, 68-9

interference with U.S. shipping, commerce, 82-3n, 593-5

French consuls in U.S., 114-15, 161n, 258, 292, 562n

French prisoners in U.S., 114-15, 146, 147n, 259, 268, 513n

Americans in French service, 125

TJ offered passage on the Romulus, 125, 126n

French chargé d'affaires, 161-2n, 292

Federalists undermine relations, 173-4

and Florida, 228, 669-70

claims commission, 252n

U.S. minister to, 270-1

French attitudes toward U.S., 396, 537

and Saint-Domingue, 398n, 527-8

French as U.S. consuls, 494, 528

proposed American bank at Paris, 526, 528n

France seeks friendly relations with U.S., 540

resumption of trade, 540

French minister plenipotentiary, 609n

See also Convention of 1800

War with Britain and Second Coalition

preliminary articles of peace signed, ix, 193-4n, 385-6, 395-8, 401, 641-2, 687, 707-8, 714-15, 723, 734, 735, 736

and the Windsor, 39n, 110, 111n, 125

Austria capitulates, 192

in Egypt, 192, 194n, 239n, 415n

Portugal invaded, 192, 194n

potential expedition to England, 192, 297n

prospects for peace with Britain, 228, 295-7

treatment of neutral nations, commerce, 244

blockade of French ports, 280-1

invades Portugal, 442n

left bank of Rhine ceded to France, 535, 539n

occupation of Naples, 725n

Francis, Dorothy Willing, 118n

Francis, Thomas Willing, 118n

Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor, 539n

Franklin, Benjamin

family of, 23, 102n

friendship with TJ, 23

and Le Ray de Chaumont, 65

and introduction of redbirds to France, 105n

as scientist, 200

commissioner in Paris, 245n

library of, 482-4, 542, 699

observations on population growth, 533n

Franklin, Deborah Read, 23n

Franklin; or, A Political, Agricultural and Mechanical Gazette, 487-8

Franklin, William Temple, 482, 483

Frederick (servant), 178

Frederick (ship), 281n

Frederick Academy, 387, 388n

Fredericksburg, Va., 41, 569

Frederick William III, King of Prussia, 396, 702

Freeman, John, 421n

Freemasons, 71n

freight, 232-3, 276n

French, George, 523

French Guiana, 194n

French language

spoken by U.S. consuls, consular candidates, 58, 59, 65n, 249, 250

spoken by office seekers, 197

French Revolution

impact of, 204n, 280, 397, 535-6, 564, 567n

refugees from, 325

Reign of Terror, 351, 397

support for, 459

Freneau, Peter

letter from, 261

and pardon for D. Hopkins, 41-2, 261, 391

Freneau, Philip, 533n

Freret, Nicolas

“Lettre de Trasibule à Leucippe,” 482-4, 542

Friends, Society of, 4, 324n, 425n

fruit

dried, 95, 96n

Fry, Michael

letter to, 486

letter from, 457-8

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

identified, 458n

thanked by TJ, 486, 513

Fuller, Benjamin, 702

Fulton, Robert

experiments with submarines, 509-10

letter from cited, 510n, 755

and steamboat navigation, 560n

Fuqua, Daniel, 22n

 
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