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saddles, 556

sainfoin, 326

St. Bernard Bay, 555, 561n

St. Clair, Arthur, 230n, 443-4

Saint-Domingue, W.I.

removal of condemned slaves to, x, 720

commercial agents at, 125, 126n, 253n, 312-13, 322, 401, 402n

U.S. relations with, 125, 126n

constitution of, 126n, 527

French prisoners sent to, 259n

coffee from, 312

sugar from, 312

seat of government relocated, 322-3

trade with, 345n

French expeditionary force to, 395-6, 398n, 527-8, 535, 539n

yellow fever at, 539n

See also Toussaint-Louverture

St. Francis River, 554

St. Marks, Fort, 106

St. Mary's Seminary, 203n

St. Petersburg, Russia, 154

St. Vincent, Ill., 77

Salamanca, Spain, xlv

Sally (b. 1792, TJ's slave), 35

Sally (schooner)

suspected of engaging in slave trade, x, 711, 738-9, 740, 741-3

Salonica, 341

saltpeter, 74

Sands, Joshua, 100, 135n, 159n

Sandy (b. 1789, Eppes slave), 34

San Ildefonso, Treaty of (1800), 695n

Sans Pareille (French privateer), 82n

Santa Escolastica (Spanish armed vessel), 110, 111n, 125

Saratoga, battle of, 26n

Sardinia, 714, 715n

Sargent, Paul Dudley, 227, 229n, 230n, 726n

Sargent, Winthrop

Political Intolerance, 501-2, 733

and assault on Fero, 552

appointments by, 553

as governor of Miss. Terr., 733

Papers, 733n

sashes, 754

Savage, Mr., 665

Savage, Edward, 115

Savage, George, 665n

Savage, Nathaniel L., 665n

Savannah, Ga.

collector at, 53, 54, 56n, 85, 108, 133, 159, 226, 229n, 287-8, 314, 374, 693

merchants, 368n

postal service, 559

revenue cutter at, 596n

Sayre, Stephen

letter from, 416-17

seeks appointment, 416-17, 591n

recommended by Bloomfield, 591

Scales, William

letter from cited, 749

scalping, 556

Scammell (revenue cutter), 654

Scannell, Edmund, 759

Schlegel, Johan Frederik Wilhelm

Neutral Rights, 81, 82n

Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr., xi-xii

Schneider, Jacob, 703

Schroeder, Charles, 24-5

Schuylkill Arsenal, 636n

Schuylkill River, 611n

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

Scotland, 82, 219n, 452, 453n

Scott, Gustavus, 97-8, 113n, 349n

Scott, Joseph T.

letter to, 267

New and Universal Gazetteer, 267

and A. Campbell, 440n

Scott, William (U.S. Army), 557, 561n

sculpture

sent to TJ, 292-5, 741

displayed at the Louvre, 538, 539n

seamen, 56n, 335n, 357-8

Second Congregational Church (Marblehead), 516, 517n

Sedition Act (1798)

compensation for victims of, xi, 635, 639-40

criticism of, 26n, 59

persecutions, prosecutions under, 125, 136n, 148, 613

TJ pardons, halts prosecutions under, 480-1, 543-4, 607, 616-17, 647-8, 650, 652, 653-4n, 655-7

seeds, 351-2, 707

Selden, Mr., 453

Seneca Indians

annuity for, 695-8

serpentine (mineral), 716-17

servants

wages, 7, 66-7, 178, 266, 394-5, 421, 422, 437n, 758

clothing for, 66-7, 394, 421n, 422, 437n, 758

free blacks as, 266

drink allowance for, 421n

racism among, 421n

See also cooks; stewards

Sète (Cette), France, 299n

Seton, Mr. (Nassau), 546-7

Settle (Bache estate), 23n

"Seven Friends" (David Fergusson)

suggests taxes, 51-2, 335n

Sevier, John, 19, 402, 403-4n

Seymour, Ledyard

letter from, 546-8

reports on captured American vessels in W. Indies, 546-8

identified, 548n

Seymour, Moses, 598-9n

Shadwell (TJ's estate)

road through, 36

mill at, 343n

taxes on, 350n

lease of fields at, 455, 507-8, 580

Shakespeare, William

Hamlet, 198, 200n

Henry V, 548

Shawangunk, N.Y., 107n, 435-6n

Sheaff, Henry

sells wine to TJ, 226n, 329, 756

letters to cited, 753, 756

letters from cited, 754, 756

Shee, John, 102n, 440n, 609, 704n

sheep, 105n, 463-4, 465n

sheeting, 270

Sheffield, Mr., 362

Sheffield, Enoch, 302

Sheild, Samuel

letter to, 119-20

letter from, 185-6

advises on appointments, 112, 119-20, 185-6

identified, 120n

Shepherd (b. 1782, TJ's slave), 34

Sherman (Shermon), John (Conn. paymaster), 456

Shiflett (Shifflit), Joel, 744n

shipbuilding, 192, 194n, 728-31

shipwrecks, 60n, 543

shoes, 587n

Shore, Dr. John

letter to, 277-8

letter from, 318

TJ sends smallpox vaccine to, 277-8, 312n, 318

identified, 278n

sells horses to TJ, 278n

Short, Peyton

letter from, 7-8

and brother's business affairs, 7-8, 189n, 383, 463, 465n

Short, William

letter to, 380-3

letter from, 461-5

and brother, 7-8, 189n, 383, 463, 465n

business affairs, 50-1n, 128, 171, 350n, 380-1, 463-4

service in Spain, 72, 73n

canal shares of, 128, 137

Wagner forwards packet from, 188, 189n

recommends Osmont, 368n

TJ's opinion of, 377-8

salary due to, 380-1, 383n, 463

settlement of accounts with U.S., 380-1, 463

TJ sends news of politics and personal affairs, 380-3

seeks appointment, 381

Va. lands, 383n

sends books to TJ, 444-5

recounts visit to Auvergne, 461-5

plans return to U.S., 464, 465n

sibyls, 575-6

Sicily

vessel from Ragusa, 149n, 162-3

consul at, 494n

Sidonius Apollinaris, Caïus Sollius, 462, 465n

Sierra Leone, 556

silver

assaying and coining of, 15-16

plate, 153, 367, 492, 544-5

coins, 682

silversmiths, 15-16

Simmonds, William, 601

Simonds, Jonas, 102n

Simons, James

delinquent accounts of, 53-4

replacement as collector sought, 53-4, 85, 713-14

sends pamphlets to TJ, 86n

and "Americanus" letter, 227, 229-30n

business partners, 453n

Simpson, George, 134n, 597

Sims, Joseph, 46n

Sitgreaves, John, 460

Six Introductory Lectures, to Courses of Lectures, upon the Institutes and Practice of Medicine (Benjamin Rush), 736

Skelton, Bathurst, 320-1, 446n, 726-7

Skelton, James, 446

Skelton, Meriwether, 320-1, 445-6, 726

Skinner, John, 459, 460n

Skipwith, Fulwar

letter from, 526-8

letter to cited, 377n, 750

TJ recommends A. Tubeuf to, 377n

restored as commercial agent, 382

proposes establishment of exchange at Paris, 526, 528n

recommends Barnet and Waldo, sends news from France, 526-8

and Louisiana, 535

Slate Run Church (Va.), 568, 581

slavery

French policy toward, 528, 669-70

abolition of, 669-70

slaves

and smallpox vaccination, vii, 34-5, 47, 89, 91, 118-19, 120-1, 166, 170, 174, 178, 213, 278, 472, 490, 495, 572-3

removal of condemned, from Va., ix-x, 683, 712, 718-22

enumeration of, 19, 255

mulattoes, 346n, 557-8, 721n

as part of estates, 378

disputed ownership of, 473n

demand for, 518

ongoing threat of insurrection by, 518, 668-9, 718-22

profitability of, 518

manumission of, 528, 543n, 721n

population growth among, 533n

as cooks, 542-3n

prisoners sold as, 556, 663

free blacks, 557-8, 721n

health of, 660

Gabriel's insurrection, 719, 721n

slave trade, x, 561n, 738-9, 740, 741-3

Small, William, 533n

smallpox

TJ's vaccination experiments, vii, xlix, 34-5, 47, 89, 118-19, 120-1, 166, 170, 174, 178, 198, 213, 278, 318, 490, 495-6, 523, 572-3, 698, 710, 722-3

methods of vaccination, xlix, 35n, 166, 231, 278, 279n, 289-90, 321, 370, 495, 572-3, 604-5, 680, 698

origins of kinepox, xlix, 199-200, 430

portrait of cowpox on a hand, xlix, 382 (illus.)

preparation and transportation of vaccine matter, 8, 47, 89, 121n, 170, 174, 198, 213, 230-1, 277-8, 278-9, 321, 339, 490, 523, 604-5, 680

laws regarding inoculation, 47

growing popularity of vaccination, 198-9, 278, 279, 311-12, 318, 321, 339, 369, 472, 490, 523, 604-5, 685n, 698, 710, 736

clergy encourage vaccination, 199

in British navy, 231

publications on, 312

fraudulent, speculative use of vaccination, 369, 680-1

vaccination of children, 605

Smith, Mr. (John Monroe's son-in-law), 727

Smith, Abigail Adams (Mrs. William Stephens Smith), 237n

Smith, Adam, xlv, 346n

Smith, Benjamin, 390

Smith, Charles, 164, 165n

Smith, Christopher

letter to cited, 754

Smith, Isaac, 469n, 653n, 665, 674

Smith, James, 392n

Smith, Jeremiah, 655n

Smith, John (Pa.), 440n, 711n

Smith, Jonathan, 705n

Smith, Joseph Allen, 162

Smith, Margaret Smith (Mrs. Robert Smith), 270

Smith, Nathaniel, 73

Smith, Robert

letters to, 90-1, 172-3, 217-18, 268, 324-5

letters from, 37-9, 104, 186-8, 211-12, 269, 358, 417-18, 422-3, 512-13, 638-41, 661

return to Washington delayed, viii, 219, 270, 288, 330

advises on annual message to Congress, xi, 614-17, 622, 638-41

appointed secretary of the navy, 22

forwards warrants drawn on Treasury, 31, 32n, 104, 218n

letters from cited, 32n, 218n, 325n, 422-3n, 513n, 749, 750

and French prizes in U.S. ports, 37-9, 90-1

and Létombe's departure, 61

as acting secretary of war, 90, 104, 215n

and Marine barracks, 168, 172-3, 209, 211, 217, 417-18, 512

and ratification of Convention of 1800, 186-8, 211-12, 217, 268

instructions for the Boston, 187-8, 211, 217-18, 268, 316

construction of naval magazine, 217-18

forwards commissions, 218n, 324, 325n, 422-3n

death of son, 219, 269, 270, 316, 325, 723

and French prisoners in U.S., 259, 268

and Barraud, 268, 358

reports on Maryland elections, 269, 324

and R. R. Livingston's travel party, 291, 292n

and Mediterranean squadron, 422-3

books directed to, 445

as reference, 469n

attends cabinet meetings, 488-9, 609

and resignation of J. Church, 512-13

method of communication with the president, 576-8

TJ praises, 577

TJ's notes on conversation with, 599n, 612, 668

forwards statements on navy expenditures, 641n

dismissal of McNeill, 661

advises on navy arrangements, 668

Smith, Robert (Pa.), 46n

Smith, Samuel (Md.)

letters to, 350-1, 426, 496

letters from, 22-3, 173-4, 219, 303, 406-7, 478-9, 663-4, 665, 723

and Yznardi's appointment, 22-3, 39-40

acting secretary of the navy, 168n, 173, 241n

forwards Joshua Barney's letter, 173-4, 265

and ratification of Convention of 1800, 173-4

and death of R. Smith's son, 219, 273

reports arrival of Mediterranean squadron, 219, 303

recommends aspirants for office, 303, 426, 445n, 665, 674

TJ recommends Glendy to, 350-1, 406, 426

and blockade of Gibraltar, 406-7

receives books for TJ, 406-7, 723

as reference, 469n

and S. Quarrier, 478-9, 496

advises on military affairs, appointments, 663-4

offers services to TJ's administration, 723

Smith, Samuel Harrison

letters to, 269-70, 508

letters from, 212-13, 387, 714-15

and J. Blair, 150-1

recommends T. P. Smith, 212-13, 269-70

advises on appointments, 226

forwards letter to TJ, 387

and W. Barton's letter, 423, 508

reprints Jenner's pamphlet on vaccination, 430

receives printing contracts, 570n

reports on preliminary peace treaty, 714-15

See also National Intelligencer (Washington)

Smith, Samuel Stanhope, 497, 499n

Smith, Thomas Peters, 212-13, 269

Smith, William (1727-1803), 164, 165n

Smith, William Loughton

forwards dispatches from the Mediterranean, 109n

recall of, as minister to Portugal, 159n, 507n, 519

secretary to, 175n

as congressman, 257

Smith, William Stephens

letter from, 235-8

seeks appointment, 235-8

Smith & Buchanan, 229n, 307

smuggling

in Mass., 222

in Va., 226, 317, 347

in Ga., 367

in Md., 711

Smyrna, 341, 406

Sneed, John, 375, 380n, 757

Snelson, Robert, 362

Snyder, Adam, 24n

soap, 134n

Society for the Improvement of Naval Architecture, 698-9, 722

Söderström, Richard, 148, 149n

sofas, 152-3, 204

Somerset House, 293, 294n

Songster's Tavern (Va.), 568

Sons of Liberty, 654n

Sophia (brig), 453, 454n

South America, 435, 436n, 717n, 720, 721n

South Carolina

appointments and removals in, 12-14, 31-2, 53-4, 85, 100, 101-2n, 117, 145, 201-2, 319-20

elections in, 32, 100, 101-2n, 118, 147, 201-2

attorneys, 42n

commissioners of Direct Tax, 54

migrants to Ky. from, 75

banks, 101n

and camels, 105n

Beaufort collectorship, 109n

French commercial agent at, 114-15

supervisor for, 201-2

lighthouses, 202n

and American Revolution, 257-8

Chester District, 262n

legislature, 262n, 531n

census, 288n

Spanish agent in, 453n

galleys in, 488n

and Whitney's cotton gin patent, 514n, 663

Camden, 531n

medical societies, 531n

Ninety Six District, 531n

physicians, 531n

circuit court cases in, 658

See also Charleston, S.C.; Federalists; Republicans

South Carolina Medical Society, 531n

South-Carolina State Gazette, and Timothy's Daily Advertiser (Charleston), 229n, 519, 520n

southern states

demand few removals, 145, 618

prejudice against, 267

New England subordinated to, 522n

perceived as hostile to navigation and commerce, 652

Southwest Point, Tenn., 78n, 196n, 308n, 325n

Spain

and Irujo's recall, xlv

U.S. relations with, xlv, 17-18, 72, 73n, 106-7, 392-3, 488, 550, 670n

cedes Louisiana to France, 18, 340, 396, 507, 527, 535, 695n

trade with U.S., 18

consul at Baltimore, 40

immigrants to Spanish territories, 75

sheep from, 105n, 463-4

and Florida, 106-7, 559-60n

naval prizes in U.S. ports, 110, 111n, 125, 132-3, 134n, 154, 158, 159n

prisoners of war, 110, 125

secretary of U.S. legation, 189, 190n

declares blockade of Gibraltar, 406, 407n, 425, 488, 507, 545, 593-5, 660-1

and C. W. Peale's petition to collect specimens, 435, 436n

agent in S.C., 453n

agriculture, 462

Valencia, 462

Catholics in, 494

privateers, 494n

and New Orleans, 550

and Nuevo León, 553-4, 561n

horses imported by, 555

and Indian relations, 555

missionaries, 556

possessions in the Americas, 670n, 719

relations with France, 695n

and preliminary peace, 714

removal of condemned slaves to territories of, 719

See also Algeciras, Spain; Cadiz, Spain

Spanish language, xlv, 197, 328

Sparks, Mr., 726

Spectator (London), 562n

Spence, John, 318

Spooner, Alden, 265n

Sprigg, Osborn, 228n

springs, 727-8

Sproat, Ebenezer, 169, 216

stagecoaches, 52n, 486n

Stamp Act (1797), 104n, 602, 604n, 633, 643

Stanton, Joseph, Jr., 4, 5n

Stanwix, Fort, 76, 78n

Stark, Theodore, 148, 149n, 162

stars, 549n

State, U.S. Department of

passports, 13, 14n, 31

warrants drawn on Treasury by, 31

consular appointments, 57-60, 65-6n, 71, 82-3, 101, 107, 125, 148, 157, 247-53, 259, 277, 279-80, 298-9, 312-13, 322, 327, 341-2, 371, 388n, 493-5, 498, 500, 526-7, 528n, 585, 705n, 754

contracts sought from, 79, 80n, 265, 570n

publication of laws in German, 79, 80n

letters of credence, 125, 217n, 258, 266, 270-1

secretaries of legation, 144n, 189, 190n, 237n

and exequaturs, 148, 162, 163n, 258

and abuses by British admiralty courts, 163

and Dutch loan, 276-7

clerks, 311n, 378, 379n, 445n

compensation of consuls, 327, 401, 633

uses ciphers, 340n

reduction of diplomatic establishment, 382, 519, 633, 644

and blockade of Gibraltar, 406

revised system for making expenditures, 629, 630n

expenses of, 633, 738n

accountant of, 636

oaths required by, 700

See also Madison, James; United States: Foreign Relations; Wagner, Jacob

Staunton, Va., 49

staves, 277n

steamboats, 560n

Steele, John (comptroller of Treasury)

and A. W. White's resignation, 107

forwards letters from Simons, 227, 229n

and Richard Harrison's appointment offer, 405n

and Wilmington collectorship, 468, 496-7

and dismissal of James Read, 469n

and Bank of Columbia, 545-6n

and S. R. Gerry's accounts, 587n

and request for rowboat, 693

and Seneca annuity, 696-7

and conduct of Latimer and Jordan, 726

and the Sally, 739, 743n

Steele, Richard, 562n

steelyards, 679

Sterett, Andrew

defeats Tripolitan corsair, 588-9, 642-3, 663

arrives at Baltimore, 589n, 688, 690

Stevens, Daniel, 201-2

Stevens, Ebenezer, 13, 14n, 238

Stevensburg, Va., 568

stewards

TJ seeks to hire, 7, 24-5, 89-90

wages for, 7, 66-7

TJ's former, 524

See also Lemaire, Étienne; Rapin, Joseph

Stewart, James H., 392n

Stewart, Mary, 676n

Stewart, William (blacksmith)

asks for money, 676

returns to Monticello, 691

letter from cited, 755

Stewart's Kentucky Herald (Lexington), 392n

Stillman, Amos

musket contract of, 116-17, 254-5

letters from cited, 117n, 752, 754

Stillman, Ethan

letters from cited, 117n, 752, 754

musket contract of, 117n, 254-5

stills, 41, 261-2

stockings, 587n

Stoddert, Benjamin

letter to, 175-6

letter from, 113

and Bank of Columbia, 46n, 190-1, 400n

sale of D.C. lots, 97-9, 113, 130, 175-6, 191n, 373

and Warren mission to Veracruz, 534n

Stoddert, Fort, 557, 561n

Stone, David, 376, 460

Stone, John H., 82

Stony Point, N.Y., 456

Story, Bradstreet, 516

Story, Isaac

letter from, 515-17

seeks appointment, sends writings, 515-17

"Metempsychosis doctrine," 516-17

identified, 517n

Story, Isaac, Jr., 516, 517n

Story, Joseph, 517n

Story, Rebecca Bradstreet (Mrs. Isaac Story), 516, 517n

Strasbourg, France, 351

Strong, Caleb, 111n

Stuart, Alexander, 356

Stuart (Stewart), Archibald

letter to, 27-8

advises on appointments, 27-8

letter from cited, 27-8n, 749

TJ sends vaccine matter to, 174, 278, 339

visits Monticello, 745

Stuart (Stewart), Mrs. Archibald, 745

Stuart, Gilbert

portraits of the Irujos, xlv-xlvi

portrait of TJ, 225, 226n, 282-3, 329, 418

Stuart, William

letter from, 508-9

seeks appointment, 508-9

submarines, 509-10

Suckey (b. 1796; TJ's slave), 35

Suddarth, Martha, 510, 511n

Suddarth, William, 511n

sugar

ordered by TJ, 83, 87, 118, 128

from Guadeloupe, 134n

from Saint-Domingue, 312

tax on, 602, 604n, 632

captured, 674-5

suicide, viii, 542-3, 569-70

Sullivan, James

letter from, 686-7

and cowpox, 199

recommends W. R. Lee, 686-7

Sully, Lawrence, 9

Sully, Thomas, 9n

Summary Journal of Letters

description of, xlv, 382 (illus.)

Sumter, Nathalie Delage de Volude, 292n

Sumter, Thomas, Jr., 271n, 292, 378, 570n

Sumter, Thomas, Sr., 32, 101n, 378, 511n

Sur Bonaparte, Premier Consul de la République Française (Jean Chas), 203

Surinam, 395

surveying, 715-17

Susquehanna River, 224-5

Swan, John, 336

Swartwout, John, 273-4n, 275n

Sweden

prisoners of war, 39n, 111n, 125

U.S. relations with, 149n

U.S. treaty of amity and commerce with, 244, 245n

raising of sheep in, 464

Sweeny, Doyle, 440n, 630n, 706n

Swiftsure (British ship-of-war), 192, 194n

Switzerland, 199, 672, 715

Syme, John

letter to, 399

letter from, 318-19

offers political advice, horses to TJ, 318-19, 399

identified, 319n

Symmes, John Cleves, 391-2

Synonymes Français (Denis Diderot, Jean Le Rond d'Alembert, and Louis de Jaucourt), 203

Syria, 105n

syrup of punch, 11, 12n, 118, 137n, 225

 
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