Volume 35 Index

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M

McCall, Archibald, 46n

McClary (McCleary), Michael, 601n

McClenachan, Blair, 57n

McComb, John, Jr., 91-2

MacCreery, William, 495n

McDonogh, Thomas, 111n

McDowell, James, 525

McDowell, Sarah Preston, 525

McGuire, William, 551, 560n

McHenry, James, 10n, 195, 445n

McHoy, Mr., 559

Mackay, Adam, 367, 368n

McKean, Thomas

letter from, 64-6

Irujo's father-in-law, xlvi, 393

and Pa. politics, 64

advises on appointments, 64-6

election of, 184

patronage practices, 202

Republican support for, 424

McKeanites, 553

as reference, 609, 705n

McKee, John (mariner), 134n

McKeen, Levi

letters from, 323-4, 331-3

recommends Bailey, 323-4, 331-3

identified, 324n

Mackel, Samuel, 759

McKnight, Washington, 406, 407n

McLane, Allen, 693

Maclure, Alexander

forwards letter and books to TJ, 708n

letter from cited, 750

McLure, Brydie & Co., 28

Maclure, William

letter from, 706-8

observations on European agriculture and economy, 706-8

letter from cited, 708n

sends pamphlets to TJ, 708n

McLurg, James, 46n

McMillan, William, 392n

McNeill, Daniel, 56n, 187, 268n, 291, 446-7, 488, 661

Macon, Nathaniel

letter from, 347

and J. P. Williams, 347

letter from cited, 347n, 750

recommends aspirants for office, 467, 468n

and Wilmington collectorship, 496-7

McPherson, William, 102n

McRee, Griffith J., 132, 134n, 159n, 389, 390n, 468n

Maddux, John W.

letter from, 21

declares support for TJ, 21

Madeira

consul at, 148, 154, 754

to be restored to Portugal, 714

See also wine

Madison, Dolley Payne Todd

visits Monticello, 79, 81, 374n

returns to Washington, 389

resides at President's House, 471

invited to dine with TJ, 677

Madison, James

letters to, 36, 80-2, 88-9, 124-6, 162-4, 265-6, 276-7, 316-17, 571, 621-2, 638, 712

letters from, 79-80, 94, 110-11, 148-9, 153-4, 266-7, 306-7, 311, 340, 378-9, 677

Constitutional Convention

attends Annapolis Convention, 206

Personal Affairs

note with Bank of Columbia, 179

and Hurt, 183

health of, 217, 263, 265, 266, 277, 306-7, 614, 677

executor of father's estate, 378-9

returns to Washington, 378-9, 389, 497

residence in Washington, 471, 472n

college classmates of, 516

purchases wine, 568

Politics

absence from Washington criticized, viii, 273, 275n

and removal of condemned slaves from Va., x, 712, 721n

and Habersham, 330-1

essays on emigration and population, 533n

character of, defended, 701

President

appointments, 252n, 254n

Relations with Jefferson

invited to, visits Monticello, 36, 110-11, 209, 216, 217, 263, 266, 268, 374n

TJ advises on road conditions, 36

forwards letters to Monticello, 94, 216

potential successor to TJ, 286

resides at President's House, 471

travels with TJ, 529

invited to dine with TJ, 677

Secretary of State

method of communication with the president, x, 576-8

TJ sends draft of circular to, x, 571

advises on annual message to Congress, xi, 613-15, 617, 621-2, 638

sends Claiborne's commission, 17

and A. Moore's appointment, 27

valedictory letter to Létombe, 29

and warrants drawn on Treasury, 31

advises on appointments, 32-3n, 69, 80, 148, 162, 209-10, 306-7, 316

and naval prizes in U.S. ports, 39n, 79-80, 81, 110-11, 124-5, 153-4, 159n, 677

and census of 1800, 49, 532n

publication of laws in German, 79, 80n

and Geffroy letters, 88-9

and Barbary affairs, 148-9, 162-4, 189-90n

impressment of the George Washington, 163-4n

instructions for R. R. Livingston, 217n, 245n, 266-7, 276, 291, 306, 311, 340, 371n, 378

and Barraud's removal, 221n

applications to, for appointments, 253n, 307n, 313, 333n, 388n, 392n, 417n, 559n, 591n, 737

TJ forwards letters to, 265-6

and the Hope, 301n, 677

and Norton, 302

receives consular reports, 322-3

and C. Pinckney, 340, 378, 538

and Irujo, 393n, 599

and blockade of Gibraltar, 407n, 425n, 488n

and the Harmony, 410-11n, 677

forwards letters to prince regent of Portugal, 441-2n

attends cabinet meetings, 488-9, 609

and British debt claims, 507n

and Whitney, 514n

and J. Morton, 534n

TJ praises, 577

and T. Coxe, 584

revises system for expenditures, 629, 630n

and Duane's sedition trial, 653-4n

circular on circuit court cases, 658n

and W. P. Gardner, 704n

Madison, Bishop James

visits Madison, 267

recommends Barraud, 268

letter from cited, 268n

and T. P. Smith, 269-70

Madison, James, Sr., 378, 379n

Madrid, 239, 494n

Magellan, Ferdinand, 105n

magnetism, 716-17

magnolias, 352n

Magruder, William B., 46n

Maher, Edward

letter from, 421-2

leaves TJ's service, 421-2

identified, 421-2n

payments to, 758

Mahican Indians, 600n

Maine

Knox's estate in, 3

St. George River, 3

Kennebunk collectorship, 54, 57n, 85, 108

timber from, 87

Portland, 154n

Penobscot collectorship, 195, 227, 229n, 230n, 314

Republicans in, 195

U.S. attorney for, 195

circuit court cases in, 658

Frenchman's Bay collectorship, 726n

Malta

British naval base at, 74, 663

donkeys from, 105n

descriptions of, 124n

restored to Knights of St. John, 395, 398n, 714

Maltbie, Jonathan, 675

Malthus, Thomas Robert, 532-3n

"Mammoth Veal"

presented to TJ, 458, 479, 486, 513

Manhattan Company, 62, 143

Manual of Parliamentary Practice. For the Use of the Senate of the United States (Thomas Jefferson), 501

manufacturing

of paper, 214

cotton, 451

muskets, 514n, 599-600, 662-3

and principle of interchangeable parts, 514n, 600n, 662-3

one of four pillars of prosperity, 647

hemp, 746n

mustard, 746n

manure, 247

maps

of southwestern U.S., 106-7, 423-4, 548-9

of Federal District, 564, 568n

marble

Carrara, 293-4, 482-3

March, John

account with TJ, 355-6, 418

identified, 356n

Marchant, Elihu, 301-2

Marchant, Sarah Norton, 301, 302n

Maria I, Queen of Portugal, 442n

Maria Theresa, Archduchess of Austria, 297n

Marie Antoinette, Queen of France, 297n

Marines, U.S.

barracks for, 167-8, 172-3, 187, 211, 217, 417-18, 512

officers' commissions, 218n

resignations from, 512-13

appropriations for, 637

Marks, Anna Scott Jefferson (Mrs. Hastings Marks, TJ's sister)

TJ's affection for, 419

letter to cited, 752

Marks, Peter S., 551, 560n

Marseilles, France, 59, 251, 494

Marsh, Amos

letter to, 708-9

letter from, 574-5

congratulatory address from, 574-5

identified, 575n

letter from cited, 575n, 751

thanked by TJ, 708-9

Marsh, Daniel, 118n, 693

Marshall, Andrew

letter from, 442-4

criticizes St. Clair, 442-4

identified, 444n

Marshall, John, 46n, 493, 494n

Martin, Thomas, 135n, 159n, 263n

Martinique, W.I., 160n, 395

Mary (ship), 60n

Maryland

elections in, 22, 147, 169, 223, 269, 273, 303, 324, 529, 684, 686n

Harford Co., 22

Charles Co., 83n

legislature, 97-8, 99-100n, 384

loan to D.C. commissioners, 97-100, 113, 129-30, 175-6, 371-3

Bladensburg, 109n

Frederick, 168, 387, 388n

Calvert Co., 223

Frederick Co., 223

Prince George's Co., 223, 289-90, 444

ferries, 225, 328

Havre de Grace, 225, 270, 328

Oldtown, 228n

roads in, 270

smallpox vaccination in, 289-90

courts, 335-6, 452n

U.S. district court, 336

Portuguese vice consul in, 349n

Nottingham collectorship, 364, 711, 738, 743n

medical societies, 384n

presidential electors, 384n

inspectors of revenue in, 388n

Presbyterians in, 388n

maps of, 412n

too many federal appointees from, 426, 508

Montgomery Co., 444, 717n

taxes in, 444

Queen Anne's Co., 451, 452n

registers of wills, 451, 452n

Anne Arundel Co., 499

census in, 531, 532n

French consul for, 562n

circuit court cases in, 658n

agriculture, 706

smuggling, 711

Brookeville, 717n

surveyors, 717n

U.S. attorney for, 739, 742-3n

admiralty court, 743n

See also Baltimore, Md.; Federalists; Republicans

Maryland (U.S. sloop)

ordered to give passage to T. Paine, 125, 126n

returns to U.S., 173, 174n, 175n, 176, 187n, 188, 189, 216, 263, 268, 394, 445n, 587n

Mason, Mr. (Georgetown, D.C.), 289-90

Mason, George, 224n, 387n

Mason, John (Georgetown merchant), 46n, 191, 223-4, 290

Mason, John Thomson

letters from, 223-4, 387-8, 444

as bank director, 136n, 191n

as attorney, 144

Notes on Candidates for Bank Director, 190-1

recommends aspirants for office, 223-4, 290, 387-8

as reference, 386

letter from cited, 388n, 750

sends tax estimates, 444

Mason, Mary Elizabeth Armistead, 519, 520n

Mason, Mary Thomson, 387n

Mason, Stevens Thomson

letter to, 519-20

and S.C. appointments, 12, 13-14n, 31, 53

C. Pinckney sends regards to, 398, 538

TJ sends newspapers, foreign news to, 519-20

and Miss. Terr., 553

and W. P. Gardner, 700

Mason, Thomson, 224n

masons. See Freemasons

Massac

customs district, 391-2

Massac, Fort (Illinois), 77, 560n

Massachusetts

union of clergy and Federalists in, 4

Plymouth collectorship, 53, 56n, 221-3

Marblehead collectorship, 108, 587n

roads in, 155

U.S. attorney for, 160, 687n

courts, 160n, 299, 689

privateers from, 160n

heat wave in, 198

kinepox reported in, 199, 430

Massachusetts Medical Society, 199

paper manufacturing in, 214

smuggling in, 222

Dedham, 300, 301n

Martha's Vineyard, 302n

postmasters, 302n

elections in, 305, 498

newspapers, 305-6

Worcester, 305-6

Salem and Beverly collectorship, 315-16, 352, 498

legislature, 498

attorneys in, 516, 517n

Congregationalists in, 516, 517n

Marblehead, 516

Brookfield, 520-1

Springfield armory, 521, 522n

Stockbridge, 521, 522n

circuit court cases in, 657

hospitals, 681n

smallpox vaccination in, 681n

American Revolution in, 686

bankruptcy laws in, 689

See also Boston; Federalists; Republicans

Massachusetts Spy (Worcester), 147n, 306n

Massena, André, 528

Masten, John, 435n

mastodon

C. W. Peale's painting of exhumation of, xlviii-xlix, 382 (illus.)

remains discovered in Hudson Valley, 107, 430-6, 699

Matagorda Bay, 555, 561n

mathematics

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

logarithms, 531-3, 625

Mathews, Mr. (Nassau attorney), 547

Matilda (slave of Randolph Lewis), 346n

Matlock, Timothy

letter from, 164-5

reports on Federalists in Pa., 164-5

identified, 165n

mattresses, 205

Maurepas, Lake, 106

Maximilian Franz, Elector of Cologne, 295, 296-7n

Maxwell, Robert

letter to, 30

removed as postmaster, 30

Mazzei, Philip

letters from, 353-4, 666-8, 694-5

exchanges seeds, plants with TJ, 353-4, 666, 667

prints Italian translation of inaugural address, 666-7

seeks U.S. position in Italy, 666-7

finances of, 666-8

reports arrival of king of Etruria, 694-5

Mease, James

letter from, 341-2

seeks appointment, 341-2

medals, 231, 599, 681, 683n, 702

Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland, 384n

medicine

rheumatism, 52n, 334

mental illness, 74, 170n, 195, 406, 407n, 442n, 502-3

seasoning, 75, 77, 350, 357

hygiene, 77

surgeons, 93, 183n, 358n

medical schools, education, 103n, 200, 278n, 279n, 490, 491n, 531n, 605, 698

physicians, 103n, 119n, 198-9, 252n, 278n, 279n, 289n, 369, 592n, 684-5

anatomists, 183n

eyesight, 197, 383-4

medical societies, 199, 384n

chicken pox, 200, 578

diarrhea, 297

autumnal diseases, 318

ruptures, 334

importation, cost of drugs, 341

head inflammation, 346n

strokes, 348

fraud, unethical behavior by physicians, 369

deafness, 382

fevers, 433

childbirth, 498

influenza, 500

invalids, 505

midwives, 510, 511n

gout, 513, 523

worms, 590

epilepsy, 694-5

dentists, 718n

See also hospitals; smallpox; whooping cough; yellow fever

Mediterranean Sea

Mediterranean passes, 13, 14n, 31

British navy bases in, 74

navy squadron sent to, 74, 108-9, 163, 187, 188n, 211, 240, 277, 422, 638-9, 663-4

squadron arrives at, 219, 228, 303, 630-1, 638

U.S. trade in, 341-2, 593-5, 630-1, 638-9, 642, 664

Britain to withdraw from, 398n, 714

Meeks, Richard, 383n

Meeks, William, 383n

Meigs, Return Jonathan, 403, 404n, 456, 473-4, 748n

Melinda (b. 1787, Eppes slave), 34

Mello e Castro, João de Almeida de, 442n

"Memorandum on the Vaccine Disease" (Samuel L. Mitchill), 430

Menou, Jacques François de Boussay, Baron de, 296, 297n

Mercer, Mr., 11

Mercer, John (Va.)

letter from cited, 755

Mercer, John F.

letter to, 529-30

letter from, 499

invites TJ and Madison to visit, 499, 529-30

Mercer, Sophia Sprigg, 499, 530

Mercury and New-England Palladium (Boston), 146-7, 519, 521, 598

Meredith, Margaret Cadwalader, 172

Meredith, Samuel

letter to, 210

letter from, 172

warrants issued on, 56n, 169n

resigns as treasurer of the U.S., 169, 172, 209-10, 216, 223, 253, 281-2, 303, 307, 321, 330, 364, 530, 571-2

identified, 172n

letter to cited, 572n, 751

commission on Seneca annuity, 696-8

Merrick, Pliny, 521

Merry, Anthony, 295, 297n

"Metempsychosis Doctrine, in a Limited Sense, Defended" (Isaac Story), 516-17

Mexican Association, 670n

Mexico, 122, 561n, 717n

Michaux, François André, 352n

Michilimackinac

collection district, 13, 31

microscopes, 198

Middleton, James R., 218n

Mifflin, Jonathan, 705n

militia

fines for non-service, 246

preferable to standing armies, 645

milk, 757, 759

Milledge, John

advises on appointments, 53, 85, 133, 226, 229n, 287-8, 314, 570, 580

recommends E. Clark, Jr., 144n

Miller, Henry, 263n

Miller, John, Jr., 46n

Miller, Lillian B., xlviii

Miller, William

commissioner of the revenue, 91, 92n, 101, 117, 133, 135n, 159n, 584n

mills

Warren, 22n

Somerville's, 568

Poindexter's, 659

See also Henderson lands

Mills, Jared, 409n

Millspaw, Peter, 435n

Milton, Va.

creation of, xlvii

and Henderson lands, xlvii, 343n, 360-1, 363n, 379, 380n, 581n, 743

merchants, 28

roads to, from, 36

post office, 41, 173, 510

shipments received at, 171, 210, 361n

tobacco sent from, 232

whooping cough in, 373

demand for firewood in, 580

mineralogy, 212

Minor, John, Jr.

letter from cited, 755

Minorca, 199, 714

Mint, U.S.

coining process at, 15

treasurer of, 135n, 375n, 597n

salaries of officers, 375n

applications for appointment in, 416n

rumored to be discontinued, 530

copper for, 587n, 596-7

expense of, 628

establishment of, 682

mirrors

ordered by TJ, 12, 96

Mississippi River

as transportation system, 77

Spanish settlements along, 106

Dunbar studies, 121

maps of, 423

defense of, 562n

French interest in, 670

Mississippi Territory

relations with Spain, 17-18

politics, 18, 732-3

descriptions of, 121, 550

U.S. attorney for, 149n, 162

governor of, 154

collection of internal revenues in, 264

immigrants to, 376, 377n

salaries in, 376

courts, 376-7, 550-1, 552, 560n, 734n

trade with New Orleans, 549-50

military in, 550-2, 550-3, 734n

Adams Co., 553, 561n

attorney general, 553

election of 1800 in, 553

Federalists in, 553

Republicans in, 553

sheriffs, 553, 561n

code of laws, 733

legislature, 733-4

See also Adams, Fort; Claiborne, William C. C.; Natchez

Missouri River, 553-4

Mitchell, John (Georgetown)

letters from cited, 750

Mitchell, Nathaniel, 428

Mitchill, Samuel Latham

and New York City Republicans, 235n

"Memorandum on the Vaccine Disease," 430

and New York Mineralogical Society, 716

letter from cited, 753

Mobile, W. Fla., 106, 557, 561n

molasses, 134n

Molly (servant), 178

Molly (ship), 594-5

Moniteur (Paris), 527

Monitor (Litchfield, Conn.), 519-20

Monroe, James

letters to, 662-3, 718-22

letters from, 354-5, 683

and removal of condemned slaves, ix-x, 683, 712, 718-22

recommends aspirants for office, 59, 354-5, 478, 496

travels between Albemarle and Richmond, 81, 110-11

and Hay, 136n

and I. C. Barnet, 249-50, 252-3n

View, 253n

applications to, for appointment, 298-9n

Albemarle Co. property, 309

letters from cited, 355n, 750

as reference, 356, 357n

and J. H. Purviance, 445n, 683

secretaries for, 445n

advises on appointments, 494n

service in the American Revolution, 502

TJ recommends Whitney to, 662-3

Monroe, John

letter from, 727-8

seeks loan to open tavern, 727-8

Monticello

M. L. Davis visits, vii, 272-3, 286, 287, 289n, 307, 311, 314, 316

renovation and expansion of, vii, 735, 745

smallpox vaccination at, vii, xlix, 34-5, 47, 89, 91, 118-19, 120-1, 166, 170, 174, 178, 198-9, 213, 277-8, 369, 472, 490, 495, 572-3, 681n, 698

TJ invites family to, vii, 266n, 419, 510-11

various visitors to, vii, 79, 93, 94, 501n, 745

TJ's correspondence from, vii-viii, 31, 260

groceries and supplies for, 11, 12, 30-1, 83, 87, 95-6, 103, 118, 137n, 171, 210, 225

plastering, 11, 31, 49-51, 83, 95-6, 178, 373, 579, 691

glass for, 12, 95, 225, 676n

TJ invites friends to, 21, 27, 36, 81, 110-11

furnishings for, 23-4, 137, 152, 181, 232-3, 270

biannual visits to, planned by TJ, 26n, 305, 315, 471

architectural ornaments for, 30-1, 95, 127, 418

cellars, 96n

dining room, 96n, 418

insurance of, 103-4

Madison visits, 209, 216, 217, 263, 266, 268, 374n

De Chanlas offers to take charge of, 325-6

peach cultivation at, 354n

masons at, 373, 579, 735, 745

octagonal chamber, 373, 374n

study, 414

descriptions of, 462-3

too many visitors, interruptions at, 471, 510-11

pecan trees at, 504

James Hemings as cook at, 543n

kitchen, 543n

nursery, 579

wings, 579

catalog of artwork at, 657n

sash weights for, 754

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Nailery; Jefferson, Thomas: Travels

Montmollin & Herron (Savannah), 368n

Moore, Andrew

letters to, 26, 49

letters from, 27, 255

appointed marshal, 26, 27, 32, 49, 255, 371

identified, 26n

health of, 27n

prepares census return, 255, 570n

as reference, 356

Moore, Duncan, 390

Moore, Thomas (Va.), 726

Morale de Jésus-Christ et des Apôtres; ou, La Vie et les Instructions de Jésus-Christ, 20

Moran, Joseph

leaves Monticello to work at Milton, 579, 678

masonry work at Monticello, 691, 735, 745

letter to cited, 752

Moreau de St. Méry, Médéric Louis Elie

Description, 356

Morgan, Daniel, 26n

Morgan, Jacob, 416n

Morgan, William, 758

Morphy, Diego, 114, 115n

Morris, Gouverneur

letter to, 544-5

letters from, 492-3, 660-1

and naval prizes, 158

offers silver service to TJ, 492, 544-5

and Convention of 1800, 492-3

comments on foreign, domestic affairs, 660-1

Morris, Richard Valentine, 488

Morris, Robert

and D.C. land speculations, 113n, 384, 401, 402n

bankruptcy of, 565, 568n

and Seneca annuity, 695-7

Morris, Thomas, 695

Morton, George C., 534, 547-8

Morton, John

resigns as consul, 388n, 534n

TJ's notes on, regarding Warren mission, 534

Möser, Justus, 294, 295n

Moses. See Hern, Moses (b. 1779, TJ's slave)

Mountflorence, James Cole, 174n, 463

Muhlenberg, John Peter Gabriel

forwards letter to TJ, 252n

letter from cited, 252n, 751

appoints T. Coxe, 582, 584n

mules, 105n

Mumford, Paul M., 4, 5n, 6n

Munroe, Thomas, 373

Munsee Indians, 600n

Murad Rais (Peter Lisle), 219, 228, 277, 303, 325

murder

by Indians, 77, 344, 345n, 599-600

of Indians, 196n, 308, 747-8

executions for, 301n

by thieves, 345n, 377

attempted, 547-8, 551-2

unpunished, 553

duelists accused of, 705n

reward for apprehending, 747-8

Murray, Alexander, 488

Murray, William Vans

dispatches from, 80

and ratification of Convention of 1800, 105n, 173-4, 186-8, 189n, 211-12, 216, 217, 265, 276, 306, 315, 316

commission for, 266-7

secretary to, 313n

music

books, 355

muskets, 116-17, 254-5, 662-3

Mustafa Baba, Dey of Algiers

writes to bashaw of Tripoli, 108, 109n

impressment of the George Washington, 163-4

Dale's instructions regarding, 241n

See also Algiers

mustard, 746n

Mutual Assurance Society, 104n

 
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