Volume 37 Index

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L

laburnum, 483

Lacombe, Jacques

Abrégé chronologique de l'histoire ancienne des empires et des républiques, 232

Abrégé chronologique de l'histoire du Nord, 232

Lacrosse, Jean Baptiste Raymond, 93n, 239-40n

Ladvocat, Jean Baptiste

Dictionnaire historique, 113, 114n, 232

Lady Arabella (packet), 179

Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de

financial affairs, 170-1

and French Revolution, 366, 367n, 453-4, 456

and Lequinio de Kerblay, 632, 633

and Madame de Tessé, 481n

proposed compensation for, 93-4, 165-6, 170-1, 320-1, 322, 366, 453-4, 456

La Forest, Antoine René Charles Mathurin de, 79-80

La Grange, N. de, 156, 197, 198n, 233, 234

La Harpe, Jean François de

Lycée, 305, 306n

Laird, John, 181

Lalande, Joseph Jérôme Le Français de

Astronomie, 446, 447n

Lambert, David, 510, 511, 705

Lambert, John

identified, 491n

letter from, 491

recommends aspirants for office, 491

Lancaster Journal, 318n

land speculation, 67n, 448

Lane, Presley Carr, 85n

Lane, Richard, 384, 385n

Langdon, Henry S.

nominated, appointed commissioner of bankruptcy, 462, 463n, 577, 621, 689, 698, 703, 707

Langdon, John

advises on appointments, 326n, 420-1, 462-3, 621, 688-9, 701, 702, 703

candidate for governor, xii, 420-1, 462

and impeachment of J. Pickering, 462

letters from, 462-3, 621-2

letters to, 420-1, 688-9

and New Hampshire Union Bank, 621-2

Langdon, Woodbury, 23n

Langeneker, David, 126

Lanham, Elisha, 654, 655n

Lansing, Abraham G., 515n, 577, 698, 704, 709

Laplace, Pierre Simon, Marquis de

Exposition du systême du monde, 197, 198n, 233, 234

La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, François Alexandre Frédéric, Duc de, 177, 290, 632, 633

La Sarraz du Franquesnay, Jean de

Ministre public dans les cours etrangeres, 229

Lathrop, Joshua, 406, 407n

Latimer, George, 250-1n, 565

Latin

books published in, 113, 197

instruction in, 246, 408, 423-4, 585n, 664

TJ's opinion of, 423-4

Latin and English Dictionary Abridged (Robert Ainsworth), 232

Latrobe, Benjamin Henry, 471n, 543n, 621n, 683n

Latude, Jean Henri Masers de

Histoire d'une détention, 68, 69n, 86

Lavoisier, Antoine Laurent, 564n

law

articles of war, 54-7

capias ad satisfaciendum, 141, 143n

capital punishment, ix-x, 54-7, 207-9, 212-14, 214-17, 283-4

common, 208, 214, 216

copyright, 63n

corporal punishment, 151

court costs and fees, 522n

fieri facias, 141, 143n

imprisonment for debt, 138-40, 141-3, 145-6

insolvency, 139n, 141-3, 145

lawsuits, 654-5

libel, 119, 188-9

naturalization, 6n, 297n

nolle prosequi, 21-2, 451n

privateering, 7, 8-9n

probate, 243

slave trade, 200n

warrant executions, 138-40, 141-3

See also attorneys; Courts, U.S.; courts-martial

Law, Elizabeth Parke Custis, 489n

Law, Thomas

letter from, 488-9

letter to, 519

reports death of M. Washington, xlviii, 488-9, 519

Law of Nature and Nations (Baron Samuel von Pufendorf), 229

Lawson, John Pierce, 520

Lawson, Robert

letter from, 520

seeks charity from TJ, 520

Lawton, George R.

letter from cited, 715

Lawton, Robert, 715

Leacock, Joseph

letter from cited, 194n, 716

method for proving gunpowder, 193, 194n

Lear, Tobias

appointed general commercial agent, 235n

expelled by Leclerc, 427-8, 453, 455

invited to dine with TJ, 599

letter to, 599

as Washington's private secretary, 46n

Leaycraft, John R., 416

Le Brun, Charles

commercial house of, 48-9n

identified, 49n

letter from, 47-50

publications by, 49n

seeks letters of recommendation, 47-50

Leclerc, Victoire Emmanuel

arrests Rodgers and W. Davidson, 427-8, 463-4, 521, 574-7

criticism of, 574, 576n

expels Lear, 427-8, 453, 455

hostility toward U.S., 453, 455-6

and surrender, arrest of Toussaint, 600, 659

TJ's opinion of, 366

Leçons d'anatomie comparée (Georges Cuvier), 114, 115n

Lee, Arthur (Norfolk), 668

Lee, Richard

Treatise of Captures in War, 229

Lee, Richard Bland, 478n

Lee, Richard Evers, 533, 668, 690, 705, 710

Lee, Richard Henry, 710

Lee, Thomas Sim, 181

Lee, William, Jr., 711

Lefèvre de La Boderie, Antoine

Ambassades de monsieur de la Boderie, 229

Legaux, Peter

letter from cited, 159n

letter to, 159

sends vine cuttings to TJ, 159

Leghorn (Livorno), Italy, 202, 203, 252-3

Le Havre, France, 82

Leib, John L., 85n, 316

Leib, Michael

advises on appointments, 353, 704

letter from, 353

as reference, 282

Leinan, Andrew, 478n

Leiper, Thomas

letters from, 657, 657-9

reported appointment of, as commissioner of bankruptcy, 657-9, 704

snuff mills of, 658

and TJ's tobacco crops, 657

Lemaire, Étienne

identified, 441-2n

inventories items needed for President's House, 508-9

letters from, 441-2, 492

letters to, 463, 475

prepares for TJ's return, 476

and President's House accounts, 719-21

reports on President's House staff, 441-2, 463, 475, 492, 536

and Süvermans, 331-2

L'Enfant, Pierre Charles

dispute with D.C. commissioners, 62-4, 72

letter from, 62-4

letter to, 72

and plan of Federal District, 63-4

Lenox, Peter, 719, 721

Leonard, John West, 199, 200n

Lequinio de Kerblay, Joseph Marie

forwards letters to TJ, 632-4

identified, 633-4n

letter from, 632-4

Lescallier, David, 432, 434n

Leslie, Robert

and clocks for TJ, 347-8, 394

letter from, 347-8

letter to, 394

Létombe, Philippe André Joseph de

and the Berceau, 238n

and Lemaire, 442n

letter from, 180-1

returns to France, 180-1

Letters from His Excellency George Washington, President of the United States of America (Sir John Sinclair), 536-7

Letters to the Inhabitants of Northumberland and its Neighborhood (Joseph Priestley), 595n

Letter to a Friend, Giving Some Account of the Proceedings in the Case of the Ailesbury Electors, 231

Lettres, memoires et negociations de monsieur le comte d'estrades (Godefroy d'Estrades), 229

Lettres et negociations de Jean de Witt (Jan de Witt), 229

Lévesque, Pierre Charles

Collectien des moralistes anciens, 113, 114n

Levy, Moses, 85n

Levy, Samson, 353, 704

Lewis, Lucy Meriwether, 129n

Lewis, Meriwether

advises on Georgia lands, 127, 129n, 196

and American Board of Agriculture, 340n

assists with travel arrangements, 128

commission as captain, xlix, 318 (illus.)

consults with Rapin, 469-71

delivers messages to Congress, 24n, 52n, 53n, 121n, 137-8n, 149n, 156n, 181n, 187n, 240n, 246n, 349n, 350n, 406n

gathers information on nominees, 465

notes for TJ, on Bank of Columbia, 439, 440n

servant of, 442n

TJ's private secretary, xlix, 5n, 144n, 155n, 170n, 239n, 250n, 267, 269, 273n, 276n, 350n, 382n

visits Philadelphia, 471-2n, 536, 551, 552n, 658

western expedition of, 598-9n

Lewis, Nicholas, 472

Lewis, Philip, 679n

Lewis, Seth, 4n

Lewis, Stephen, 679n

Lewis, William, 85n

Lexicon Graeco-Latinum Novum (Johann Scapula), 232

Lexicon Ivridicvm Ivris Cæsarei simvl, et canonici, fevdalis item, civilis, criminalis, theoretici, ac practici (Johannes Calvinus), 230

Lex Mercatoria Rediviva: or, The Merchant's Directory (Wyndham Beawes), 230

Lex Parliamentaria (George Petyt), 231

L'Hommedieu, Ezra

identified, 173n

letter from, 172-3

proposal for convention of agricultural societies, 172-3, 217, 227, 339

Liberty

depicted on medals, l

libraries. See Jefferson, Thomas: Library; Library of Congress

Library Company of Philadelphia, 64n

Library of Congress

books for, xi, 227-33, 433, 435n

catalog of, 228n

librarian of, 228n

TJ sells personal library to, 332n

Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy (Laurence Sterne), 114n

Life of George Washington (John Marshall), xii, 401

lighthouses

appointment of keepers, superintendents, 716

appropriations for, 667n

improvements to, 561, 563n

neglect of, 502-3, 518, 519n, 549

Lillie, John Sweetser

identified, 189n

letter from, 188-9

seeks appointment, 188-9

TJ orders newspapers from, 312n

Lillie, Thomas Jefferson, 188, 189n

Lilly, Gabriel

letter from cited, 715

letter to cited, 716

overseer at Monticello, 172, 176, 289, 507, 587

supervises digging, 86

and W. Short's tenants, 472

lime, 695

Lincoln, Abraham, 708

Lincoln, Benjamin

letter from cited, 307n, 716

and plan for marine hospital, 649n

recommends aspirants for office, 307n, 716

Lincoln, Levi

acting secretary of state, 135, 183, 238n, 673-4n

advises on appointments, 676, 701, 702

and the Berceau, 183, 184n, 185n, 238n, 239n

and the Cabo de Hornos, 450n

and "Farmer" letters, 410n

and federal clerks, 409-10

and Jay Treaty commissioners, 191

and land claims, 251-2, 343-4, 382-3

letter from cited, 344n, 714

letters from, 212-14, 568, 676

letters to, 207-9, 251-2, 355, 382-3, 409-10

and McGurk's case, ix-x, 207-9, 212-14, 284n

reports on New England politics, 676

and St. Clair, 355, 568-72

TJ forwards libelous papers to, 119-20

Lindley's Mill, battle of, 152, 153n

Lindsay, Reuben, 719-20

Linet, Eugene, 486-7

Lingan, James M., 548n

Linguet, Simon Nicolas Henri

Esprit de l'histoire générale de l'Europe, 232

Linn, James, 331n, 670n, 692n, 704

Linnard, William, 194-5, 325, 349

Lisbon, 674n

L'Isle, Guillaume de, 232

Liston, Robert, 457n

Lithgow, John, 318

Little, Thomas

letter from, 491

recommends aspirants for office, 491

Littlepage, Lewis

asks TJ to hold letter, 610, 617

death of, 617n

letter from, 610

letter to, 617

Little Turtle (Miami Indian), 31, 627, 628n

Lively, Charles, 472, 474

Livermore, Edward St. Loe, 53

Livingston, Brockholst, 326n, 403n, 704

Livingston, Edward

appointed U.S. attorney, 331n

forwards proceedings of House of Commons, 168-9

letter from, 168-9

as mayor of New York City, 412n

Livingston, Edward Philip, 415n

Livingston, Elizabeth Livingston, 410, 415n

Livingston, Henry W., 461n, 517

Livingston, John (cadet), 553

Livingston, Margaret Maria Livingston, 410, 415n

Livingston, Mary Stevens (Mrs. Robert R. Livingston), 410, 415n

Livingston, Robert L., 411, 415n

Livingston, Robert R.

advises on appointments, 527

agricultural interests, 173n, 217, 688

appointment of French minister to U.S., 79-80

and ciphers, xlix, 263-4, 267, 271, 332-3, 498

and Ellicott-Delambre correspondence, 45, 46n

forwards letters, 177, 178

and Fulton, 482-3

imports merino sheep, 674n

and Létombe, 180

letters forwarded to, 446

letters from, 410-16, 481-5

letters to, 79-80, 263-7, 421-2

and Louisiana, viii-ix, 264-6, 333, 372, 375, 419, 482, 495, 498, 500

and P. S. Du Pont, 320, 322, 332-4, 421-2

and Paine, 82, 83, 484

and Saint-Domingue, 427-8, 464, 576-7n

sends news from France, 481-5

and T. Sumter, Jr., 362, 410-16, 512-13

and Treaty of Aranjuez, 501n

Logan (Mingo Indian), 631, 632n, 660

Logan, George

and American Board of Agriculture, 340n

carries books for TJ, 389, 648n

as committee member, 228n, 350n

forwards watch to TJ, 13

and Library of Congress, 228n

M. Lewis visits, 471n

mission to France, 222, 223

and settlement of British debt claims, 326n

Lois civiles dans leur ordre naturel (Jean Domat), 230

London, 107, 108-9n, 233, 446-7n

Long, Frederick, 151-2

Long, Mrs. Frederick, 151

longitude, 46, 431, 434n, 487n

Lord Hollis his Remains: Being a Second Letter to a Friend, Concerning the Judicature of the Bishops in Parliament (Denzil Holles), 231

L'Orient (Lorient), France, 527n

Loring, David, 429-30

lotteries, 678, 679n

Loudoun Co., Va., 650n

Louisiana

ceded to France by Spain, viii, 65, 264-6, 333, 365, 368, 372-3, 418-19, 437, 482, 494-8, 501n, 620n

French expeditionary force expected at, viii, 482, 484n, 497, 500, 501n, 600, 620n, 651, 661

P. S. Du Pont advises on, 367-75

purchase of, by U.S., 371, 375

threat of slave insurrection in, 93

trade of, 265

See also New Orleans

Louvre, 347

Love and Madness (Sir Herbert Croft), 631, 632n, 660, 678

Lovering, William

identified, 611n

letter from, 610-11

letter to, 617

offers mangle to TJ, 610-11, 617

"Lover of his Country" (pseudonym)

criticizes TJ, Republicans, 27-8, 436-7

letters from, 27-8, 435-7

Lowitz, Johann Tobias, 433, 435n

Lowndes, James, 511

Lucas, Thomas, 719

Lucretius Carus, Titus

De Rerum Natura, xi, 197, 198n, 233, 234, 252, 253

Ludlow, Charles (midshipman), 248-9

Ludlow, Charles (N.Y.), 308, 439, 476, 572, 708

Ludlow, Daniel, 248n

Ludlow, Daniel, & Co., 48n

Lufborough, Nathan

identified, 635n

memorandum on delinquent collectors, 634

Lull, Jesse, 120-1n, 182

Lutherans, 305n

Lycée, ou cours de littérature ancienne et moderne (Jean François de La Harpe), 305, 306n

Lydia (schooner), 576n

Lyle, Andrew

appointed surveyor, 23, 53, 324n, 325

sheriff of Middlesex Co., 23n, 465, 474

Lyman, Cornelius, 120-1n, 176-7

Lynch, Mr., 111n

Lynch, Simon, 526-7, 538, 539

Lynchburg, Va., 460n, 494

Lyne, James, 711

Lyon, James, 312

Lyons, Peter, 289

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