Volume 35 Index

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Wachsmuth & Soullier, 740

Wacksmuth, F. G., 46n

Wadsworth, Jeremiah, 695

Wagner, Jacob

letter to, 370-1

letter from, 188-90

and passport for Peace and Plenty, 14n

and warrants drawn on Treasury, 31, 104

as State Department chief clerk, 37, 39n, 57n, 80n, 86n, 88, 101, 109, 110, 148, 149n, 159, 162, 169, 216, 217n, 266, 311, 383n, 442n, 747n

publication of laws in German, 79

and the Windsor, 79, 80

forwards dispatches, 188-90

and R. R. Livingston's instructions, 370-1

prepares commissions, 371

and Ingersoll's account, 653n

criticism of, 703, 704n, 706n

Waldo, John J., 371n, 526-7

Walker, Benjamin, 675

Walker, Carleton, 467-8, 469n

Walker, John, 467-8, 469n

Walker, Thomas, 343n

Walker & Kennedy, 182n, 329

Walpole, Luke, 559n

Walsh, Antonio Patricio, 557, 562n

Walton, George

letter from cited, 753

Wanscher, Martin

hired as plasterer at Monticello, 49-51, 95, 96n

handles shipments for TJ, 127-8, 171, 178, 210

wages for, 171

Wapikinamouk (Delaware Indian), 599-600

War, U.S. Department of

abuses, improprieties in, 3-4, 83-4, 87, 89, 195, 271-2

purchase of arms by, 10n, 56n, 514-15, 570n, 599, 600n, 624n, 637-8, 662-3

warrants drawn on Treasury by, 14n, 31, 56n, 101n, 169n, 218n, 324, 325n, 375n, 469n, 570n, 588n, 711n

provisional army, 28n, 86n, 112n, 165n, 208n

bounties for Revolutionary War veterans, 76

use of soldiers as laborers, 76-7

and western posts, 76-7

sickness among soldiers, 77

applications for commissions, 83, 93, 346n, 496, 508-9, 746

clerks, 108, 703

arsenals, armories, 117n, 632, 636n, 637-8n

chaplains, 183n

procurement agents, 202n

desertion, 215, 216n

M. Lewis's classification of army officers, 215-16n

accountant of, 215n, 628-9, 635, 636

fortifications, 238, 632, 634, 637-8, 640, 645, 646-7, 650n, 688, 711n

engineers, 564, 567n

clothing, 570n, 637

ordinance, 570n, 637-8

military returns, 600n, 646

reorganization, reduction, 600n, 624n, 628, 632, 635, 636n, 644, 645, 688

quartermaster department, 635, 636n, 637

cavalry, 637

medical department, 637

pay of army, 637

appropriations for, 637-8

letters from cited, 754, 755, 756

courts-martial, 756

See also Dearborn, Henry

Ward, John, 102n

Wardlaw, William

vaccinates TJ's slaves, vii, 35n, 47, 91, 102-3, 120, 166, 198, 213

account with TJ, 12n

warehouses, 187n

War of 1812, 175n, 357n

Warren (U.S. ship), 534

Warren, Henry, 222, 223n

Warren, James

letter from, 221-3

and Plymouth collectorship, 221-3

Warren, Mercy Otis, 221

Washington, George

method of communicating with department heads, x, 576-7

visits Newport, R.I., 5, 6n

TJ hailed as successor to, 21

criticism of, 33n

appointments by, 37n, 222, 281n, 320n, 333n, 364n, 460-1n, 469n, 654, 665n

death of, 37n

and Alexandria collectorship, 43, 46n

and Washington, D.C., 47-8

and Fergusson, 52n

and Poirey, 68-9

aides-de-camp, 82, 83n, 675n, 683n

administration praised, 86n

and the Hope, 86n

as reference, 201, 252n

and collection of internal revenues, 264

busts of, 293, 294n

secretaries, 313n

absences of, from capital, 315

and P. F. Tubeuf, 344n

term limits for foreign missions, 381

portrait of, 391

visits Pearce's factory, 451

and J. Cook, 456, 457n

and L'Enfant, 567n

annual address to Congress, 612, 614

coins and medals sent to, 682, 692

and Lyons, 727n

Washington, William (1752-1810), 335

Washington, D.C.

reputation as unhealthy, vii, viii, 109, 305, 315

streets and roads in, ix, 115, 131-2, 155, 167-8, 176, 209, 372, 449

post office, 30, 41

banks, 43, 45, 46n, 54, 132, 133-4n, 135-6n, 166, 191n, 304-5

President's Square, 48, 131, 168, 209

financial markets, 54

smallpox vaccination at, 103n, 230-1, 369, 495, 573

government relocates to, 108, 133, 285, 288-9n, 438, 440n, 570n, 629

Capitol Hill, 109, 131, 133, 167, 209

bridges, 131, 167-8

Capitol Square, 131, 209

New Jersey Ave., 131, 167-8, 176, 209

Pennsylvania Ave., 131, 167-8, 176, 209

Washington Navy Yard, 187

Catholics in, 202-3

St. Mary's Church, 203n, 349n

Seven Buildings, 209

justices of the peace, 254n, 592n

mayors, 254n

Orphan's Court, 254n

office-seeking in, 264

surveyors for, 349n, 372, 373, 717n

wharves, 349n

land development, speculation, 402n

F Street, 449

drought at, 471-2

newspapers, 487-8

booksellers, 489

social life, 511

immigrants to, 543

packet service to, from, 543

longitude of, 549n

L'Enfant's plan of, 562-8

breweries, 592n

images of, 657n

hotels, boardinghouses, 706n

taverns, 706n

See also Anacostia River; District of Columbia

Washington, Fort, 477n

Washington (British packet), 543

Washington Federalist, 275n, 282

Washingtoniana: A Collection of Papers Relative to the Death and Character of General George Washington (George Douglas), 9n

Washington Printing and Bookselling Company, 487-8

Waterhouse, Benjamin

letters to, 47, 91, 120-1, 311-12

letters from, 8, 166, 198-200, 213-14, 369-70, 680-1

supplies vaccine matter to TJ, vii, 8, 35n, 47, 89, 103, 120, 170, 174, 277-8, 311, 495, 572

and TJ's vaccination experiments, vii, xlix, 91, 120-1, 166, 311-12, 472, 495, 680-1

supplies vaccine matter to others, 198, 231, 290, 318

successful spread of vaccination, 198-200, 213-14

as professor, 200

Prospect of Exterminating the Small Pox, 200n

reports fraud, rivalry among physicians, 369-70, 680-1

and Lettsom, 425n

Watson, James, 10n, 101

Watson, John

enters trade with Higginbotham, 28

payments to, 400

letter to cited, 400n, 754

Watson, Josiah, 196

Watson, William (Mass.), 53, 56n, 222-3

Watson, William (N.J.), 365-6

Watt, James, 681-2

Wayles, John (TJ's father-in-law), 320-1, 726

Wayles estate, 320-1, 726

Wayne, Caleb P., 693

Wealth of Nations (Adam Smith), xlv

weather

heat, 198

gales, 224, 674

drought, 471-2, 500, 659, 678

Webster, Noah, 79, 80, 80n

weddings, 178

Wedgwood & Bentley, 294

Weems, John, 119

weights and measures, 462, 465n, 659, 660n, 679

Wessel, Gerhard George, 293, 294n

West, Benjamin, xlviii

West, John S., 460n

West Indies

export of firearms to, prevented, 10n

and American Revolution, 257n, 332

and Great Britain, 396

Quakers in, 425n

and Louisiana, 527

American prizes taken to, 546-8

and preliminary peace, 715

removal of condemned slaves to, 720

Weston, Abijah, 325n

whale oil, 60n

Wharton, Isaac, 46n

wheat

price of, 104, 280-1, 659-60

bearded, 504

Hessian fly destroys wheat, 678

grown in Germany, 707

Wheeler, Peter, 748n

Whelan, Patrick, 373

Whelen, Israel, 57n

Whipple, Joseph, 135n, 263n, 652-3, 654

Whiskey Insurrection, 184n

White, Alexander

letters from, 47-8, 297-8

as D.C. commissioner, 46n, 97-100, 132, 349n, 371-3, 450

and S. Davidson's claim, 47-8

and Maryland loan, 113

absent from Washington, 132n

letter from cited, 132n, 750

communications between D.C. commissioners and president, 297-8

and survey of D.C. lots, 349n

estimate of commissioners' debts, 371-3

White, Anthony Walton

resigns as surveyor, 84, 86n, 107, 157, 226, 314

letter from cited, 752

White, Bishop William, 42

White, Samuel, 205, 207-8n

White, Valentine

letters to, from cited, 26n

and Va. marshalcy, 26n

Whitehill, Robert, 104n

Whiten, Peleg

letter from cited, 753

White River, 554

Whiteside, Jenkins, 558

Whiting, John, 306n

Whitlock, Turner Richardson

letter from, 214

seeks appointment, 214

identified, 214n

Whitney, Eli, 514-15, 599-600, 662-3

Whittington, Thomas, 659

whooping cough

TJ's grandchildren suffer from, vii, 578, 579, 589, 590, 677, 690-1, 734, 735, 744

in Va., 373

Wichelhausen, Frederick Jacob, 407, 426

Wickham, John, 467

Wilcox, Joseph (of Killingworth), 485

Wildman, Daniel, 409n

Wilkins, Nathaniel, 226, 314, 317, 347, 449

Wilkinson, James

letter to, 307-8

letter from, 196-7

praise for, 75, 557

appointed Indian commissioner, 75-6, 78n, 305n, 307

and removal of troops from western posts, 77

at Wilkinsonville, 78n

forwards correspondence with Dearborn, 196-7

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

in Miss. Terr., 551-2, 551-3

and Burr conspiracy, 670n

and murder of Cherokee woman, 748n

Wilkinsonville, Cantonment (army post), 75, 77, 78n

Willard, John, 33n, 684-5, 686n

Willcox, Joseph

letter from, 475-6

seeks appointment, 475-6, 485-6, 691n

identified, 476n

Willes, Sir John

Reports of Adjudged Cases, 489

Willett, Marinus

letter from, 238

committee of correspondence member, 235n

recommends M. L. Davis, 238

and harbor fortifications at New York, 447

William (British ship), 148, 149n

William and Mary, College of

graduates, 26n, 355n, 357n

curriculum, faculty, 212-13, 269, 533n

housekeeper, 503n

Williams, John Pugh, 347, 389, 468n

Williams, Robert

recommends James Read, 467, 468n

letter from cited, 468n, 750

Williamsburg, Va., 27, 503n

Williamson, Hugh

letter from, 257-8

introduces his brother to TJ, 257-8

Williamson, John, 257-8

Williamson & Stoney (Charleston), 257n

William V, Prince of Orange (stadtholder of Netherlands), 295, 296n, 714, 715n

Willing, Thomas

letters to, 166-7, 399-400

letter from, 303-5

director of Bank of the U.S., 46n

family of, 118n

and establishment of Bank of the U.S. branch in Washington, 132, 133-4n, 135-6n, 191n

TJ recommends Hanson to, 166-7, 303-5, 321-2, 399-400

Willink, Van Staphorst, & Hubbard, 371n

Willis, Abel, 453-4

Willson, Richard

letter from, 451-2

seeks appointment, 451-2

identified, 452n

Wilmington, Del., 567n

Wilmington, N.C.

collector at, 132, 134n, 389-90, 467-9, 496-7, 622, 656n, 755

Spanish privateer at, 132, 134n, 154, 158, 159n

inspector of naval stores, 389

naval officer at, 467-9

surveyor, 468, 469n

Wilson, Alexander, xlviii

Wilson, Leighton, 368n

Wilson, William (Va.), 82n

Wilson v. Mason, 46n

Winchester, James, 336

Windsor (British snow)

seized by prisoners of war, 37-9, 57n, 79, 81, 86, 110-11, 124-5, 158, 159n, 677

wine

ordered by TJ, 165, 226n, 255, 317, 348, 568, 588-9, 723, 756

prices, 165n, 348, 568

Madeira, 317, 348

merchants, 345n

Brazil, 348, 588, 589n

London Particular, 348, 568

hock, 406, 426

licenses to retail, 602, 604n, 643

measurement of, 679

Malaga, 723

sauterne, 756

Wingate, William

letter from cited, 754

Winship, Winn, 229n

Winter, Jan Willem de, 537, 539n

Wistar, Caspar, 434

Wolcott, Alexander, 486

Wolcott, Frederick, 598-9

Wolcott, Oliver, Jr.

and D. Hopkins's pardon, 41, 261

and Fergusson, 51

and oaths of citizenship, 559n

recommends aspirants for office, 598

and Seneca annuity, 695-6

and case of W. P. Gardner and A. Campbell, 700-1, 705n

removes Republican clerks, 703

and Austin, 737

women

education of, vii, 471, 475

dower rights, xlvii, 362-4, 413n, 454, 455n, 581n

in American Revolution, 23n

widows, widowhood, 249

childbirth, 498, 510-11

Wood, Basil, 706n

Wood, Richard, 13, 14n

Wood, William

letter from cited, 752

Woodhouse, James, 124n, 341, 342n, 433, 435n

Woodruff, George, 288n

Woods, William, xlvi-xlvii, 454, 455n, 580-1

Woodside, John

letter from, 476-7

forwards reprint of Inaugural Address in Italian, 476-7

identified, 477n

reimbursed for moving expenses, 570n

Woodson, Tarleton, 757

Woodson, Tucker, 455n

Woodward, Abishai, 91-2, 118n

Woodward, Augustus Brevoort

letter from cited, 755

Workman, James

letter from, 669-71

sends pamphlet, urges occupation of Louisiana and Florida, 669-71

identified, 670n

writings, 670n

letter to cited, 671n

thanked by TJ, 671n

Wormely. See Hughes, Wormley (1781-1858, TJ's slave)

Worthington, Charles, 290

Worthington, Thomas

advises on appointments, 170n, 227, 229n

as register of land office, 170n, 227, 229n

and land office fees, 227, 229n, 230n

offered appointments, 227, 229n, 314

political allies of, 277n

correspondence with Gallatin, 586

Wortman, Tunis, 274n, 275n

Wray, George, 186n

Wray, George, Jr., 185, 186n

Wray, Jacob, 186n

Wrede, John Frederic

letters from cited, 753, 756

Wren, James, 757

Wright, Robert, 269n

Wright, Samuel, 452n

Wycombe, John Henry Petty, second Marquis of Lansdowne, Lord, 491

Wylly, Richard, 229n, 570, 580

Wythe, George

law students of, 26n

letter from cited, 84n

recommends S. Quarrier, 84n, 478, 496

Decisions of Cases, 466

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