Volume 35 Index

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G

Gaines's Tavern (Va.), 568

Gallatin, Albert

letters to, 31-3, 84-6, 117-18, 157-9, 216-17, 263, 314-15, 374-5, 420-1, 449, 580, 595-6, 606, 622, 655-7, 674, 740

letters from, 12-14, 41-2, 52-7, 91-2, 100-2, 107-9, 132-6, 168-70, 226-30, 272-5, 284-9, 329-30, 391-2, 404, 410-11, 467-9, 496-7, 570-1, 586-8, 596-7, 622-4, 626-30, 630-6, 652-4, 693, 711, 725-6, 738-40, 741-3

letter to cited, 416n, 750

letter from cited, 711n

Personal Affairs

residence in Washington, viii, 109, 133

family, 109, 133, 168, 170n, 188, 216, 266, 273, 283, 284n, 315

health of, 273, 496-7

returns to Washington, 330

and John Davis, 692

Politics

and M. L. Davis, vii, 272-5, 286, 287

and election of 1804, xi, 286

and S.C. appointments, 12-14, 53-4

admiration for, 43, 183

criticism of, 43, 222, 703

urges moderation in removals, 55, 272-3, 316

as reference, 180

and ratification of the Convention of 1800, 228

observations on Pa. and N.Y. politics, 285-7

suggests amending the Constitution, 286, 314

Secretary of the Treasury

advises on appointments, ix, 52-7, 84-6, 100-2, 107-9, 117-18, 120, 133, 157-9, 169, 170n, 216, 226-30, 263, 284-9, 314, 374-5, 467-9, 496-7, 570-1, 580, 622

method of communication with the president, x, 576-8, 586, 595-6, 596-7, 606

advises on annual message to Congress, xi, 613, 614-15, 617, 622-4, 626-30, 630-6

collectors and collectorships, 13, 693, 713, 725-6

sends abstracts of Treasury warrants, 13, 14n, 31, 54, 56n, 86, 100, 102n, 117, 133, 135n, 169, 216, 227, 229n, 288, 329-30, 374-5n, 469n, 570-1n, 587-8n, 597, 606, 711n, 738n

and pardon for D. Hopkins, 41-2, 84, 86n, 109, 158-9, 261-2

appointment of, commended by Federalists, 43

and Bank of the U.S., 43, 132, 133-4n, 135-6n, 603, 604n, 606, 731-2

marine hospitals, 52-3, 57n, 84-5, 107-8

applications to, for appointments, 52n, 55, 57n, 195, 230n, 260n, 288, 289n, 290, 330, 333n, 665

and delinquent accounts, 53, 57n, 108, 109n, 133, 134-5n, 169-70, 226, 317, 374, 467, 587n

and internal taxes, 54, 693

and repayment of Dutch loan, 54, 227-8, 288n, 597n, 623

reappointment of W. P. Gardner and A. Campbell, 55, 86, 108, 158, 284-5, 314, 437, 439, 440-1n, 449, 702, 704-5n

and the Beguine, 57n

and Indian affairs, 76, 696-7

and Geffroy letters, 90

and lighthouses, 91-2, 133, 135n, 159, 738

naval prizes in neutral ports, 108, 132-3, 134n, 158

and Mediterranean affairs, 108-9

and Bank of Columbia, 135n, 191n, 545-6n

issues circulars, 169-70, 216, 606n

and Northwest Terr., 170n, 587n

and orders for the Boston, 211, 216

and land office fees, 230n

and Barraud's removal, 358

and the Harmony, 404, 410-11, 420-1

and B. Rittenhouse's application, 416n

attends cabinet meetings, 488-9, 609

correspondence with C. Pinckney, 538

TJ praises, 577

and T. Coxe, 584

explains routine Treasury correspondence, 586-8

and revenue cutters, 596, 653n

and J. Nourse's accounts, 622-3, 674

discharge of public debt, 623-4, 627-9, 632

estimates revenue and expenditures, 623-4, 626-30, 631-3, 645, 693

difficulty of gaining thorough knowledge of his department, 629

reduction of civil list, 633

communications with Congress, 633-4, 635-6n

misapplication of public money, 635

Memorandum on Reporting of Expenses, 636-8

and postage on newspapers, 650n

and Duane's sedition trial, 652, 655-7

and New Hampshire Bank, 652-3

and conduct of McLane, 693

and the Sally, 711, 738-40, 740, 741-3

Gallatin, Albert Rolaz, 168, 170n, 188, 216, 273, 315

Gallatin, Catherine, 170n, 315

Gallatin, Hannah Nicholson, 86, 170n, 273, 315

galleys, 488

Gallois, Jean Antoine, 730

Gálvez, Bernardo de, 327

Gamble, James, 57n

Ganteaume, Honoré Joseph, 192, 194n

Gantt, Edward

letters to, 170-1, 321

letters from, 102-3, 230-2, 289-90, 430

and smallpox vaccination, vii, 47, 89, 91, 102-3, 166, 312, 604-5, 698

identified, 103n

TJ sends vaccine matter to, 120, 121n, 170-1, 230-1, 289-90, 311, 321, 495, 573

letter to cited, 121n, 750

and J. Barnes, 179

Waterhouse sends vaccine matter to, 198, 231

recommends R. Parrott, 290

as reference, 364

as attending physician at President's House, 383

forwards Mitchill's "Memorandum," 430

Gantt, Thomas T., 371

Gardiner, John

letter from, 543

proposal for a ship company, 543

Gardiner, William (Baltimore)

letter to, 264

letter from, 197

seeks appointment, 197, 264

Gardner, William (N.H.), 263n, 654

Gardner, William P.

letter from, 699-706

seeks appointment, 55, 86, 108, 158, 284, 314, 702

reimbursement of moving expenses, 289n

exposes delinquent Treasury accounts, 439, 440n

defends his conduct to TJ, 699-706

visits Washington, 702, 704n

identified, 705n

Garland, Hudson M.

letter from cited, 756

Garonne River, 325, 461

Garrett, Alexander, 232, 349, 350n, 375, 757

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

Gates, Horatio, 311

Gavino, John, 219n

Gazette de Leide (Leyden Gazette), 295-6

Gazette of the United States (Philadelphia), 154n, 480-1, 607, 693

"Geffroy, Nicholas" (pseudonym)

letter to, 87

letter from, 3-6

reports Federalist abuses in R.I., urges removals, 3-6, 83-4, 90

identified, 5n

letter from cited, 6n, 749

letters declared forgeries, 6n, 156-7, 271-2, 309-10

TJ requests further information from, 87

Gelston, David

collector at New York City, 13, 135n, 237n

recommends M. L. Davis, 234n, 274n

relationship with R. Rogers, 236-7

member of Democratic Society, 275n

reputation of, among merchants, 291-2

and beacon at Sandy Hook, 738

General Greene (U.S. frigate), 548n, 668

Genesee River, 695, 697

Genet, Edmond Charles, 244, 246n

Geneva, 199, 672

geology, 716-17

geometric progression, xi, 531-3, 545, 643

George III, King of Great Britain, 294n

Georgetown, D.C.

banks, 44, 46n, 546n

physicians, 119n

roads in, 131, 172

Federalists in, 190

merchants, 190, 289n, 546n

collector at, 191n, 288, 289n, 290

post office, 218n

smallpox vaccination at, 278, 289-90, 311

booksellers, 356n

ferry at, 590n

See also District of Columbia

Georgetown College, 203n

George Washington (U.S. ship), 13, 163-4

Georgia

collection of internal revenues in, 54

seeks Creek cessions, 72-3

Tallassee Co., 73

governors, 144n

militia, 144n

Republicans in, 145, 288n, 324

attorneys, 288n

Federalists in, 288n

marshal for, 288n

U.S. attorney for, 288n

Brunswick, 366-7, 368n

postmasters, 367, 368n

smuggling, 367

courts, 368n

Glynn Co., 368n

galleys in, 488n

commissioner of loans, 570, 580

circuit court cases in, 658

See also Savannah, Ga.

Georgia, University of, 71, 73n

German language, 79, 80n

Germans

in Pa., 79, 80n, 513

Germany, 236, 396, 706-8, 715

Gerry, Elbridge

and Létombe, 61

as reference, 142

letter from cited, 316n, 754

recommends W. R. Lee, 316n, 754

and Short, 463, 465n

Gerryites, 516

Gerry, Samuel R., 108, 109n, 586, 587n

Getz, Mr. (Lancaster, Pa.), 523-4

Gibbon, Edward, 346n

Gibbs, George, 595n

Giberson (Gilbertson), Gilbert

letter from cited, 752

Gibraltar

Tripolitan vessels at, 219, 228, 277, 325, 389, 415, 630-1, 639

U.S. squadron arrives at, 219, 228, 277, 303, 324-5, 630-1

consul at, 219n

American vessels touch at, 406, 425, 593-5

Spain declares blockade of, 406, 407n, 425, 488, 507, 545, 593-5

Gibson, Patrick, 103-4

Gibson & Jefferson

letter to, 349-50

handle TJ's business affairs in Richmond, 23-4, 127-8, 179n, 225, 270, 328, 349-50, 659, 757

collect payments, handle transactions for Short, 128

and sale of TJ's tobacco, 171n

letter to cited, 350n, 750

letter from cited, 749

See also Jefferson, George

Giles, Aquila, 101

Giles, William Branch

letter from, 344-5

recommends A. Tubeuf, 344-5, 377

character of, defended, 701

Gillespie, James, 390

Gillette, Agnes (b. 1798, Aggy, TJ's slave), 35

Gillette, Barnaby (b. 1783, TJ's slave), 34

Gillette, Edward (b. 1760, Ned, TJ's slave), 35

Gillette, James (b. 1796, TJ's slave), 35

Gillette, Priscilla (b. 1794, Scilla, TJ's slave), 35

Gilliam, Lucy Skelton, 321n, 753

Gilliam, Robert, 320-1, 753

Gilmanton Rural Gazette (Gilmanton, N.H.), 37n

Gilpin, George

forwards items to TJ, 282, 283n, 437n

letter from cited, 749

letter to cited, 750

girandoles, viii, 153

Girard, Stephen, 65

Gist, Major (Ky.), 77

Glasgow, 82

glass, 12, 30, 95, 225, 676n

Glass, The (Cherokee chief), 196n, 308, 748n

Glendy, John, 183, 184n, 350-1, 406, 426

Glenn, Noble W., 325n

Godwin, William, 346n

Goforth, William, 392n

gold, 343n

Golden, Abraham, 394-5, 590

Goldsborough, Charles W., 447n

Good Hope, Cape of, 395, 715

Goodrich, Elizur, 80, 80n, 600n

Gordon, Ambrose, 288n

Gordon's Tavern (Gordonsville, Orange Co.), 569

Gore, Christopher, 160n

Goupy, J. B., 368n

Graham, Mr. (Richmond coal dealer), 232

Graham, John, 80, 189, 190n, 218, 311, 340

Graham, William, 433-4, 435-6n

Graham, William H.

letter from cited, 756

Grand Turk (ship), 219n

Granger, Francis, 505, 506n

Granger, Gideon

letters to, 404-5, 449, 528-9

letters from, 504-6, 511, 515, 584-5

as reference, 71

offered Treasury appointment, 404-5

letters from cited, 405n, 511n, 750, 754

offered, accepts postmaster generalship, 449, 504-6, 511, 515, 528-9, 584-5, 607

political influence of, 476n, 505

advises on appointments, 486, 675n

family of, 505, 506n

recommends aspirants for office, 511n, 754

Granger, John Albert, 505, 506n

Granger, Mindwell Pease (Mrs. Gideon Granger), 505, 506n

Granger, Ralph, 505, 506n

Grant, Hary

letter from, 452-3

forwards letter from C. Pinckney, 452-3

identified, 453n

grates, 152, 466, 480

Gray, Vincent, 43, 46n

Great Britain

Agriculture

horses, 105n

wheat prices, 280-1

seeds, 707

Economy

roads, 155

merchants, 281n

packet lines, 543

and Indian trade, 559n

and slave trade, 561n

copper, 587n, 682

coinage, 681-2

manufacturing, 682

scarcity of timber, 730

Foreign Relations

with Denmark, 32n

with Russia, 32n

and Barbary states, 78

with Spain, 111n

with Portugal, 192, 194n, 246n, 442n

influence in Mediterranean, 341

dwindling influence in continental Europe, 396

and West Indies, 396

Laws

principles of neutral rights, 81, 244

admiralty courts, 163, 333n, 367, 402n, 545, 547, 548n

dower rights, 363n

common law, 655

Navy

enters Baltic, 192

naval action near Algeciras, 192, 239, 407n

warships captured by France and Spain, 192, 194n

deserters from, 219n

and smallpox vaccination, 231

blockades French ports, 280-1, 406, 407n

off Dutch coast, 295, 297n

attacks French ships at Boulogne, 297n

size of, 509

timber for, 730

Politics and Government

Parliament, 482-4

terms of preliminary peace condemned, 714-15

Science and Learning

smallpox vaccination, vii, 231, 490

public health, 425n

U.S. Relations with

interference with U.S. shipping, 10, 280-1, 367, 401, 402n, 546-8

and naval prizes, 37-9, 56, 57n, 79, 80-1, 86, 90, 108, 110-11, 124-5, 153-4, 158, 404

immigrants to U.S., 51, 52n, 180n, 356n, 451, 595n

and French privateers in U.S. ports, 56, 57n, 79-80, 677

opens Mediterranean bases to U.S. Navy, 74, 663

slowness of replies by British ministry, 80-1

and extraditions, 81-2n

secretary of U.S. legation, 144n, 237n

use of fraudulent ship registers by British, 236-8

resolution of debt claims, 506-7, 519, 525, 545, 615, 628, 630, 635n, 660

and Florida, 557

share of U.S. funded debt, 672

refuses to issue exequatur, 705n

and removal of condemned slaves from Va., 719

War with France

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

defense against French invasion, 192, 194n, 297n

and Egypt, 192, 239, 415n

may threaten Portuguese colonies, 192

prospects for peace, 228, 239, 295-7

peace with northern powers, 239

Greenleaf, James, 401, 402n

Gregorie, John, 279-80

Gregory of Tours, 462, 465n

Grenada, W.I., 82n

Grenville, William Wyndham, Lord, 715n

Griffin, Burgess

hired as overseer at Poplar Forest, 21-2, 525, 659-60

letter to cited, 507n, 755

letter from cited, 756

Griffin, Cyrus, 72, 73n

Griffing, Joseph, 492n

Griffith, Dennis

letter from, 411-12

theory for calculating longitude, 411-12

Grigsby, Joseph, 27-8

Grove, William Barry, 376

Guadeloupe, W.I., 134n

Guerard, Robert G., 109n

guilders, 228

Guinea, Gulf of, 561n

Guion, Isaac, 551, 560n

Gulf of Mexico, 106

gunboats, 192

gunpowder

manufacture of, 74

ordered by TJ, 118, 137, 171

for dey of Algiers, 148, 163

price of, 171

gypsum, 707

 
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