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P

packet ships, 95, 453, 454n, 543, 689-90

Page, John

advises on appointments, 53, 85, 108, 157-8, 226

TJ's opinion of, 85, 157-8

and removal of condemned slaves from Va., 722n

Page, Mann

letter from cited, 755

Paine, Thomas

letter from, 191-4

offered passage in the Maryland, 125, 126n

plan for power generation, 189n

sends news of Europe, 191-4

suggests gunboat invasion of Britain, 192, 194n

recommends French plaster of paris, 192-3

works of, 346n

painters, 372

Palfrey, William, 251, 253n

Palladium. See Mercury and New-England Palladium (Boston)

Palyart, Ignatius

letter to, 267

letter from, 137-8

plans leave of absence, 137-8, 267

identified, 138n

Panchaud, Isaac, 417n

Panegyricus (Pliny the Younger), 25n

pans, 758

Panton, Leslie & Co., 559n

Pantops (Eppes estate, Albemarle Co., Va.), 418-20, 504, 510

Paoli, Pasquale, 293, 294n

paper, 214, 370

Papers, in Relation to the Official Conduct of Governour Sargent (Winthrop Sargent), 733n

pardons

petitions for, 41-2, 84, 215, 261-2, 301-2, 457

granted by TJ, 84, 86n, 109, 216n, 261n, 391, 457n

Paris

consuls, commercial agents at, 252n, 382

preliminary peace announced at, 385-6, 395

plan to establish an exchange at, 526, 528n

Louvre, 538, 539n

Paris, Treaty of (1763), 106

Parker, Daniel, 189n

Parker, Jeremiah, 46n

Parker, Thomas, 41, 42n

Parliamentary Debates, 482-3

Parliamentary or Constitutional History of England, 482-4, 542

Parnassian Shop, Opened in the Pindaric Stile (Isaac Story, Jr.), 517n

Parrott, Richard

seeks appointment, 288, 289n, 290

letter from cited, 289n, 750

parsley, 759

Parsons, Enoch, 485-6

parties, political

criticism of, 18

and political "Trimmers," 45-6

based on fluctuating majorities, 55

office hunters rely on, 55

impact of Jay Treaty on, 257

Pascal, Blaise, 461, 465n

passports, 13, 14n, 31, 528n, 557, 704n

patents, 426n, 514, 610-11, 662

Paterson, William (N.J.), 301-2

Patterson (revenue boat), 365

Patterson, Catharine Livingston, 664n

Patterson, John (Demerara), 704-5n

Patterson, John (Pa.), 664

Patterson, Robert, 124n, 213, 412n, 423, 424n

Patterson, Samuel, 705n

Patterson, William (N.Y.), 371, 664

Patton, Robert

and letter for T. T. Tucker, 530-1n, 572n

letter to cited, 530-1n, 751

letter from cited, 572n, 751

Patty. See Hern, Patty (1781-1806, TJ's slave)

Patuxent River, 711n, 738-9

Paul, Thomas

letter from cited, 755

Paulen, John, 434

Payne, Anna, 81, 82n, 265

Payne, Michael, 459-61

Peace and Plenty (ship), 13, 14n, 31

Peace Establishment Act (1801), 639, 641n, 646, 661n, 663

peaches

sent by Mazzei, xlix, 666, 667

Venus peach, xlix, 382 (illus.)

varieties of, 353-4

at Monticello, 354n

Peale, Charles Willson

letter from, 430-6

designs treadmill wheel, xlviii, 431, 433-4, 435n

and mastodon skeleton, xlviii-xlix, 107, 430-6, 699

painting of mastodon exhumation, xlviii-xlix, 382 (illus.)

museum, 434, 436n

seeks specimens in S. America, 435, 436n

and Louis of Parma, 695n

children of, vaccinated, 710

Peale, Rembrandt, xlviii, 128, 434, 436n, 699

Peale, Rubens, 436n

Pearce, William, 451

Pearson, Lawrence, 418n, 512

pecans, 351, 352n, 454n, 504

Peirce, Charles, 522n

Peirsoll, Jeremiah, 703

Pendleton, Edmund, 380-1, 383n

Penniman, Jabez, 37n

Pennsylvania

Catholics in, xlvi

Germans in, 79, 80n, 513

Lancaster, 79, 549n

newspapers, 79, 80n, 263n

Reading, 79

need for removals in, 147

French consul for, 161n

legislature, 164, 172n, 416n, 457-8, 740n

Lancaster Co., 164-5

attorneys, 165n

clerks, 165n

inspectors of the revenue, 165n

master of the rolls, 165n

Wayne Co., 172n

elections in, 184, 457-8, 740n

militia, 184

"Neville connection," 184n

land office, 206, 207n, 423-4

Presbyterians in, 213n

Wright's ferry, 225

Germantown, 352n

Montgomery Co., 416n

and American Revolution, 477n

too many federal appointees from, 508

supervisor for, 584n

circuit court cases in, 658

agriculture, 706

census in, 711n

and ratification of U.S. Constitution, 740n

See also Federalists; Republicans

Pennsylvania (ship), 741

Pennsylvania, Bank of, 700, 705n

Pennsylvania, University of, 213, 341, 490, 491n, 698

"Pennsylvanian" (Tench Coxe), 263

Pensacola, Fla., 106, 557

Perot, Elliston and John, 530n

Perry, Reuben

carpenter at Monticello, 735

letter from cited, 756

Peter, Thomas, 46n, 136n

Peters, Abigail Willing, 118n

Peters, Richard, 118n

Peters & Johnson (Baltimore), 723

Petit, Mr., 203n

Peyton, Craven

letters to, 412-14, 507-8, 545-6

letters from, 379-80, 454-5, 580-1

purchases land for TJ, xlvi, 342-4, 359-61, 412-14, 454-5, 743-4

reports on division of Henderson lands, xlvi-xlvii, 363-4n, 379-80, 580-1

Declaration of Trust with TJ, 342-4

payments to, 400, 412, 454, 545-6, 580

and lease of Shadwell fields, 455, 507-8, 580

family of, 546n

supplies firewood, 580

Peyton, Jane Lewis (Mrs. Craven Peyton), 343n

Philadelphia

artists, 9

silversmiths, goldsmiths, 15

Ladies Association, 23n

naval officer at, 23n, 57n, 102n, 583

Republicans in, 23n, 100-1, 102n, 457-8

cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 24n

newspapers, 41, 80n

as center of finance, 54

collector at, 55, 57n, 100-1, 102n, 664, 740n

custom house, 55, 57n, 100-1, 102n

purveyor of public supplies, 57n

French in, 65

merchants, 65, 96, 102n, 172n, 425, 594-5

Germans in, 80n

surveyor at, 102n

roads to, from, 115-16

Federalists in, 118n

taverns, 118n

Portuguese consul general at, 138n

bills of exchange drawn on, 275-6

yellow fever, 304

banks, 374n

observatory at, 424n

trade of, 425, 550

manufacturing in, 451

butchers, 457-8

stage lines to, from, 486n

fortifications, 567n, 634

post office, 572n

collector of internal revenues, 582-4

smallpox vaccination in, 604-5, 698, 710, 736

medical education in, 605

growth of, 631

arsenals, 636n

navy yard at, 641n

ironmongers, 676n

as market for tobacco, 710

Philadelphia (U.S. frigate), 219, 303, 325, 668

Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce

letter from, 425

protests the blockade of Gibraltar, 425

Phill. See Hubbard, Philip (1786-1819, Phill, TJ's slave)

Phillips, Gabriel

letter from, 458-61

recommends M. Payne, 458-61

"Philopoemen" (pseudonym)

letter from, 359

criticizes TJ's removal policies, 359

Philosophical Magazine (London), 122, 716, 717n

Philosophical Transactions (Royal Society of London), 699

Philosophie de Kant (Charles François Dominique de Villers), 708n

philosophy, 708

Pichon, Louis André

and recognition of commercial agents in U.S., 114-15, 258

and naval prizes in U.S. ports, 125

and French prisoners in U.S., 259n

seeks refund of duties, 586, 587n

and proclamation of Convention of 1800, 609

Pickens, Andrew

letter to, 307-8

appointed Indian commissioner, 196, 197n, 305n, 307, 316

and Indian treaty negotiations, 307-8, 402, 518n

Pickering, Timothy

dispute with Irujo, xlv

accused of misusing public funds, 55, 437-41, 635, 636n, 704-6n

and the Hope, 160n, 300, 301n

and Seneca annuity, 695-6

Pierce, John, 263n

Pigalle, Jean Baptiste, 482-4

Pike, Zebulon, 551, 560n

Pilgrim (U.S. privateer), 160n

Pinckney, Charles

letters from, 239, 295-7, 395-9, 534-9, 540-1

advises on S.C. appointments, 12, 14n, 31-2, 53, 85, 86n, 100, 102n, 319

arrives in Europe, 53, 239, 295

correspondence with Madison, 80, 398n

cost of diplomatic outfit, 101n

as reference, 252n, 253n

and pardon for D. Hopkins, 261

sends news, observations from Europe, 295-7, 534-9, 540-1

family of, 296, 297n

revised instructions for, 340, 378

use of ciphers by, 340n

reports signing of preliminary peace treaty, 395-9

and blockade of Gibraltar, 406, 407n, 488n

Grant forwards letters from, 452-3

wishes to remain in Europe, 537-8, 541

fears nomination will be rejected, 538

Pinckney, Frances Henrietta, 297n

Pinckney, Mary Eleanor, 297n

Pinckney, Thomas, 73, 681-3, 692, 695n

Pinkney, William, 445n

Pintard, Lewis Searle, 148

piracy, 125, 711

Pisces (constellation), 549n

Pitt, William, 395

plasterers

at Monticello, 11, 31, 49-51, 83, 95-6, 178

at President's House, 66-7, 96n

wages for, 96n

at Madisons' house, 471

plaster of paris

ordered by TJ, 11, 31, 83, 95, 103, 128, 171, 178

French superior to American, 192-3

Platt, Jeremiah, 142

Pliny the Younger, 25, 180n

Poems Written at Coosohatchie, in South Carolina (John Davis), 180n

poetry, 516, 517n, 677

Poindexter, Mr., 659

Poinsett, Joel R., 94n, 125, 126n

Poirey, Joseph Léonard, 68-9, 201

Political Essays (James Workman), 670-1n

Political Intolerance, or The Violence of Party Spirit; Exemplified in a Recent Removal from Office (Winthrop Sargent), 501-2, 733

Polk, Charles Peale, 387-8

Pollock, Oliver

letter from, 326-8

seeks appointment, 326-8

claim presented to Congress, 328n

Pontchartrain, Lake, 106

Poole, England, 281n

Pope, Piercy Smith, 560n

Poplar Forest (TJ's estate)

overseers, 21-2, 350n, 525

land from, given to T. M. Randolph and J. W. Eppes, 414-15, 418-20, 503-4, 510, 659, 677-8

in marriage settlement of Martha Jefferson Randolph, 415n

TJ visits, 589n

harvest at, 659-60

hogs at, 660

slaves at, 660

population

rates of increase, 382, 507, 531-3, 545, 627, 643

study of, 532-3n

Port-au-Prince, Saint-Domingue, 312-13, 322-3

porter, 118, 137n, 210

Porterfield, Charles, 502

Port Républicain. See Port-au-Prince, Saint-Domingue

Portsmouth, N.H.

lighthouse at, 135n, 159

collector at, 159, 653

newspapers, 522n

revenue cutter at, 596n

naval officer, 601

navy agent, 601

harbor defenses, 634

navy yard at, 641n, 654

banks, 652-3

Portugal

prospects for peace with France and Spain, 108

consul general in U.S., 137-8, 267, 349n

U.S. legation to, discontinued, 157, 159n, 507, 519

South American colonies, 192, 720

treaty with France, 192, 194n, 398n

U.S. relations with, 244, 245-6n, 441

accounts from, 295

royal family, 441-2

invaded by France, 442n

minister to Great Britain, 442n

African colonies, 556

and preliminary peace treaty, 714

See also Lisbon

Portuguese language, 197

postal service

distrusted, 7-8, 87, 127, 145, 221-2, 396, 597-9, 612, 619

unsealed letters, 7-8, 127, 305

schedules, efficiency of, 29, 41, 49, 77-8, 79, 94, 153, 173, 188, 211, 214, 216, 217, 218, 266, 273, 305, 412, 507, 510, 677, 735

improvement, reorganization of, 30, 330n

postmasters, 30, 37n, 142, 156-7, 186n, 228n, 302n, 324n, 357n, 365n, 367, 368n, 443, 444n, 597-9, 649-50n

proposed post office tax, 52n, 335n

removals in, expected, 55

postmaster general, 77-8, 303n, 330-1, 334, 364, 374, 449, 460, 504-6, 511, 515, 528-9, 754

wages for private messengers, 266

and Federalists, 331, 597-9, 619

postage on newspapers, 616, 643, 649-50n, 651

income from, 632, 643, 649-50n

commissions for postmasters, 649-50n

clerks, 705n

potatoes, 759

Potsdam, 237n

Potts, John, 82n

Powell, James

replaced as collector, 53, 133, 226, 314, 693

delinquent accounts of, 374

Power, Nicholas, 324n

Preble, Edward, 488, 489n, 494n

Preble, Henry

letter from, 493-5

seeks appointment, 493-5

identified, 494n

Prentiss, Charles, 282n

Presbyterians

in Va., 184n, 350

in Pa., 213n

in N.J., 253n, 499n

in N.C., 376n

in Md., 388n, 407n

in N.Y., 407n

President (U.S. frigate), 219, 668

President's House

bedrooms, viii, 66-7, 152

construction, alterations to, viii, 66-7, 152-3, 372, 384

furnishing of, viii, 12, 14n, 66-7, 152-3, 205, 270, 391, 469n, 544-5, 588n, 758

servants at, 7, 24-5, 31, 178, 335, 421, 422, 437n

keys for, 11

stable and household accounts, 12n, 395n, 437n, 470, 757-9

appropriations for, 48

drawing room, 66-7

plastering, 66-7, 96n

physician at, 103n, 383

grates, 152, 466, 480

fence, 372

ice house, 372

dinners held at, 437n

groceries and supplies for, 437n, 757, 759

Madisons temporarily reside at, 471, 472n

images of, 657n

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Personal Affairs; Lemaire, Étienne; Rapin, Joseph

press, freedom of, 67-8, 656

Preston, Francis, 307, 316

Preston, James Patton

letter from, 356-7

seeks appointment, 356-7, 525

identified, 357n

Prevost, John B.

letter from cited, 143-4n, 750

recommends M. L. Davis, 143-4n

Price, Richard, 626n

Pride, John, 701, 705n

Priestman, William, 440-1n

printing presses, 611n

Priscilla (d. 1830, Randolph slave), 34

prisms, 123

prisoners of war

seize British vessel, 39n, 110, 111n, 124-5, 158

French, in U.S., 114-15, 259, 268

agents for U.S., 250, 253n

privateers

in U.S. ports, 56, 57n, 79-80, 111n, 132-3, 134n, 158, 404, 677

American, 160n, 249

Spanish, 494n, 593-5

French, 594

Continental, 674-5

prizes, naval

and neutral ports, 37-9, 56, 57n, 79, 81, 86, 90, 108, 110-11, 124-5, 132-3, 134n, 153-4, 158, 247, 404, 677

restitution of, 145-6, 276, 316

U.S. cargoes aboard, 404, 410-11, 420

French Council of Prizes, 528n

taken to the W. Indies, 546-8

Proceedings Relative to the Danish Brig Hope, and Cargo (William Bingham), 160

Projet de Code Civil, Présenté par la Commission Nommée par le Gouvernement, le 24 Thermidor An 8, 708n

Prospect of Exterminating the Small Pox, Part II (Benjamin Waterhouse), 200n

Provence, France, 105n

Providence, R.I., 4, 6n, 521, 522n

Providence Gazette, 522n

Providence Journal, and Town and Country Advertiser, 521, 522n

prunes, 12

Prussia

U.S. treaty of amity and commerce with, 111n, 126, 244, 245-6n

and Holy Roman Empire, 297n

increasing influence of, 396

Pulis, Joseph

letter from cited, 755

pumps, 430-1, 435n, 610-11

Purdie, George, 137

Purviance, John H.

letter from, 444-5

carries dispatches from France, 173, 174n, 188, 194n

forwards books to TJ, 444-5, 463

identified, 445n

letter from cited, 445n, 753

carries letters from Short, 463

Purviance, Robert, 445n, 587n

Purviance, Samuel, 445n

Putnam, Rufus, 586, 587n, 738n

Puy de Dôme, France, 461-3, 465n

pyramids

model of, sent to TJ, 426

 
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