Volume 38 Index

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Bache, Benjamin Franklin, 513

Bache, Catharine Wistar, 3, 30, 66, 480, 608

Bache, Richard, Jr., 513

Bache, William

appointed physician to New Orleans marine hospital, 3-4, 6, 65-6, 214, 217, 254

attends Randolph children, 50

letter from, 29-30

letter from cited, 608n, 689

letters to, 3-4, 480-1, 608

payments to, 608, 615

postal address, 11

removal to Miss. Terr., 5, 29-30, 404, 480-1, 608

Backus, Mathew, 7n

Bacon, Matthew

New Abridgment of the Law, 78

Bacon, Nathaniel

Historicall Discourse of the Uniformity of the Government of England, 79

Bailey, Theodorus, 241, 242n, 243n, 498n, 571

Bainbridge, William, 195n, 223

Baker, John Martin, 263-4

Baker, Dr. William (Md.), 108n

Baker, William (N.Y.), 239

Balance (Hudson, N.Y.), 521n

Balch, Stephen Bloomer, 691

Baldwin, Abraham

letter to cited, 515n, 688

Baldwin, Luther, 90

Balfour, George

letter from cited, 686

seeks appointment, 687

Baltimore, Charles Calvert, fifth Lord, 325, 336, 338n

Baltimore, Md.

accountants, 103n

banks, 459-60

booksellers, 498

and Chesapeake and Delaware canal, 545-8

insurance companies, 632n

justices of the peace, 429n

merchants, 429n, 632n

physicians, 103n

rivalry with Philadelphia, 545-6

Society of Friends in, 498

surveyors, 67

yellow fever, 565

Baltimore Weekly Magazine, 605n

Baltimore, Bank of, 459-60, 464

Bangs, Edward, 37n, 125, 126n

Bank of the United States

bills of, 449, 453-4, 511, 676

branches, 253n, 297n, 449, 460n, 464, 475n, 678n

criticism of, 294

employees, 111n

foreign investment in, 459, 460n, 569-70

and the Mint, 233

relationship with federal government, 294, 459-60, 464

bankruptcy

of merchants, 247, 420n

bankruptcy commissioners

commission serves as proof of appointment, 189, 220, 221n, 391

in Conn., 173-4, 189, 220, 224, 225n, 391, 392n, 679, 680

decline, resign appointments, 29n, 144, 145n, 173, 174n, 199, 224, 515n, 634n, 644n, 679-81

in Del., 679, 680

locations for, 221-2, 233, 241, 242n, 259, 298-9, 303, 388, 514

in Mass., 28-9, 37n, 38n, 51n, 125, 136, 145, 160, 161-2, 199, 200n, 216, 220, 221-2, 253, 254n, 266-7, 272, 273n, 300, 302, 361-2, 369-70, 378, 380, 408-9, 424, 519, 595, 596n, 612, 679, 681

in Me., 28-9, 222, 679, 681

in N.C., 514-15, 643-4

in N.J., 28, 679, 681

in N.Y., 241, 242n, 259

in Pa., 25-6, 93-5, 99-101, 103, 115, 117, 119-20, 122, 123n, 143, 151, 156, 293-5

in S.C., 617n

in Tenn., 469-70

TJ on qualifications for, 32, 161-2, 298, 303, 514

TJ seeks recommendations for, viii, 25-6, 32-3, 68, 216, 224, 298, 302, 303, 346, 358, 387-8, 389n, 508-9, 514-15, 632-3, 643-4, 677-8

in Va., 27, 28n, 32-3, 68, 145n, 221n, 233, 508-9, 529-30, 632-4, 677-8, 679, 680

in Vt., 298-9, 302, 303, 387-9, 515

Bankrupt Law of America, Compared with the Bankrupt Law of England (Thomas Cooper), 483, 484n

Banks, Sir Joseph, 562n

banks

currency exchange, 641n

specie preferred over bank bills, 517

See also Baltimore, Bank of; Columbia, Bank of (Georgetown); Pennsylvania, Bank of

Baptists, 121n, 333n, 657n

Barbary states

special U.S. agent to, proposed, vii, 222-3

See also Algiers; Morocco; Tripoli; Tunis

Barbeyrac, Jean

Recueil de discours sur diverses matieres importantes, 76

Barcelona, Spain, 18n, 206, 207, 497n

Barde, Robert G., 40

Baring, Alexander, 460n

Barlow, James, 579

Barlow, Joel

asked to write history of U.S., 407n

and J. H. Stone, 556

letters from cited, 419n, 686

as reference, 419

translates Volney's Ruines, 560n

Barnes, John

declines new business, 609-10

handles financial transactions, xi, 73n, 107, 108n, 112n, 128n, 130-1, 140-1, 142n, 154-5, 210, 226, 258, 361, 392-3, 423-4, 450, 459n, 485n, 494, 549n, 676, 690-1

and Kosciuszko, 140, 154

and Lemaire, 172-3, 226, 258

letters from, 141-2, 154-5, 196-7, 225-6, 257-8, 323-5, 361, 392-3, 415-16, 422-3, 427, 494, 499-500, 500, 608-10

letters to, 107, 140-1, 164, 511, 519, 544, 676

letters to cited, 361n, 393n, 416n, 427n, 494n, 500n, 687, 688

obtains items, handles shipments, 141, 155, 164, 196

and Oldham's suit, 427, 609

plans to return to Philadelphia, 479, 499-500

and published criticism of TJ, 323-5

recommended to Muhlenberg, 479, 493, 499-500

reports on slave conspiracy in Georgetown, 422-3

sends political news to TJ, 141-2

TJ requests bank bills from, 511, 519, 544

TJ's account with, 155, 258, 323, 361, 392-3, 494, 608-10, 676n

TJ's opinion of, 479

and W. Short's affairs, 105, 114, 140-1, 155, 161, 164, 196-7, 205, 225-6, 257-8, 323, 361, 415, 427, 454, 465, 469, 608

Barnet, Isaac Cox

letters from, 58-60, 377-8

seeks appointment, 58-60

thanks TJ, 377-8

Barnwell, William, 65

barracks, 15

Barron, James, 236, 248-9, 306, 327-8, 334

Barron, Samuel, 62-3, 533

Barry, William (marine)

identified, 445n

letter from cited, 445n

letters from, 444-5, 520

seeks discharge of W. W. Burrows, 444-5, 520, 533

Bartgis's Republican Gazette (Frederick, Md.), 466n

Bartlett, Joseph

Aphorisms, 613n

identified, 612-13n

letter from, 610-13

seeks appointment, 610-13

Barton, Benjamin Smith, 66, 115, 116n, 532

Barton, William

letters from, 531-2, 625-6

recommends aspirants for office, 531-2

seeks appointment, 625-6

Batavian Republic. See Netherlands

Battels (Battles), Jeremiah, 401, 452, 489-90

Battista, Giovanni

Gli animali parlanti, 558-9, 563n

Baugean, Jean Jérôme, xlviii-xlix

Bayard, James A., 455-6, 498, 636-7

Beaumont, William Henry, 44-5

Beck, William, 380, 381n

Beckley, John

health of, 74, 75n

invited to Monticello, 74-5

and J. T. Callender, 324n

letter from, 16-17

letter to, 74-5

as librarian of Congress, ix, 16-17, 74-5

and R. Claiborne, 271

Bee (Edinburgh), 72, 73n

Bee (Hudson, N.Y.), 34n, 521n

Bee (New London, Conn.), 92

Bell, Abraham, 440

Bell, John, 336

Bell, Thomas, 687

Bellers, Fettiplace

Delineation of Universal Law, 78

Bellini, Aurora

asks TJ to forward letter, 213-14

letter from, 213-14

Bellini, Carlo, 213-14

Bellini, Luisa

asks TJ to forward letter, 213-14

letter from, 213-14

Belsham, William

Memoirs of the House of Brunswic-Lunenburg, 553n

Memoirs of the Reign of George III, 551, 553n

Bénézech, Pierre, 658n

Benjamin, Asher, 461n

Bennett, James, 632-3, 677

Bennett, William, 677-8

Benson, William, 6

Bentley, William (Mass.), 179, 180n

Berceau (French corvette), xlix

Berlié, L'Abbé de

Essai historique et chronologique, 76

Bermuda Hundred, Va., 5, 10

Bernadotte, Jean Baptiste, 204n

Berry, Mr., 617

Betton, Samuel, 104n

Betton & Jackson (Philadelphia), 104n

See also Jackson, Susanna Kemper

Beurnonville, Pierre Riel, Marquis de, 584, 585, 588n

Bible

allusions from, 603

as basis for laws, 668-9

casting lots, 137, 138n

Gideon, 426

Lazarus, 239

New Testament, 559, 563n

Peter, 267

Tower of Babel, 559

Biblíotheca Legum Anglíae. Davis's Law Catalogue for 1802 . . . 1803 (George Davis), 101n

Bicker, Walter, 676-7, 689

Biddle, Charles, 123n

Biddle, Clement, 123n

Bird, John

identified, 159n

letter from, 159-60

letters from cited, 159n, 363n, 685, 687

seeks appointment, 159-60, 362-3

Bishop, Abraham

and Burr, 225

and Conn. Republicans, 575n

Proofs of a Conspiracy, 310, 311n, 356

reports on elections, 357

bison

Bison latifrons, 66, 95-9, 115, 116n

Bissell, Daniel, 12n, 21, 518, 682

Black, William, 456n

Black Hoof (Shawnee Indian), 251-2n

Blackledge, William, 643-4

Black River (N.Y.), 88

blacks

assaults on, 43

free, 505n

importation of, 505n

in Nova Scotia, 474, 475n

removal of, from U.S., 54-7, 473-6

See also slaves

Blackstone, William

Commentaries on the Laws of England, 263n

Blagden, George

identified, 576n

letter from, 575-6

and repairs to temporary House chamber, 568, 575-6

TJ purchases plinths from, 691

Blake, Joseph, 28, 681

Blanchard, Thomas, 27, 508, 680

Bloodgood, Abraham

appointed surveyor, 301n, 317, 318, 346, 518, 679, 682

Bloodworth, Timothy, 643

Bloomfield, Joseph

advises on appointments, 28n

and Burr, 417, 418n

and electoral tie in N.J., 605n

patronage policies of, 636, 639n

Blount, William, 9n, 316n

Blow, Thomas, 482, 484, 682, 688

boats, 297-8

Bogert, Henry J., 682

Bogue, David, 559, 563n

Bohun, William

Collection of Debates, 79

Boileau, Nathaniel B., 513-14

Bolling, John (TJ's brother-in-law), 386

Bonaparte, Joseph, 18n, 584-5, 588n

Bonaparte, Josephine, 589n

Bonaparte, Napoleon

appointments by, 587n

assassination plots against, 204n, 214-15

and Austria, 558, 562n

brings stability to France, 584

criticism of, 321n, 525n, 557

declared consul for life, 19, 202n, 204n, 556-8, 561n

enemy to republicanism, 551-2

family of, 659n

hostility toward U.S., 476-7

and Louisiana, x, 90, 227, 228, 229n, 585

manifesto against Great Britain, 558, 562n

and Prussia, 558, 562n

reestablishes slavery in colonies, 303n

relations with Protestant churches, 559-60, 564n

reputation, character of, 106, 564n

restoration of Catholic Church, 215n, 560, 564n

restricts freedom of press, 551, 552-3n, 557, 561-2n

and Russia, 558, 562n

and Spain, 18n

TJ's opinion of, 476-7

tours northern France, 586, 589n

Bond, John (Va.)

declares support for TJ's administration, 470-1

identified, 471n

letter from, 470-1

Bond, Phineas, 592, 593n

bonds, 378-80, 386-7

Bonne, Rigobert

Atlas portatif, 77

Bonneville, Benjamin Louis Eulalie de, 322n

Bonneville, Marguerite Brazier de, 320-2

Bonneville, Nicolas de, 321n

Bonsal, Vincent, 498

Bonsal and Niles' Town and Country Almanac, 498n

bookkeepers, 340

books

bookbinding, 155, 483-4

book fairs, 648, 650, 651n

booksellers, 101, 102n, 135, 498

law, 101, 102n, 473

market for foreign editions, 135n

price of, 472-3, 648, 650

printing costs, 559

subscriptions for, 648, 650

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Library; Library of Congress

Borbone Parma, Ferdinando, Duke of Parma, 584, 588n

Bordeaux, France

commercial agent at, 58-60, 263, 376n, 378, 561n

distressed seamen at, 243n, 244n, 531, 564n

political refugees at, 481n

boring machines, 297

Bossuet, Jacques Benigne

Discours sur l'histoire universelle, 78

Boston

architecture of, 4, 461n

bankruptcy commissioners, 28-9, 37n, 136, 222, 408-9, 595, 596n, 612, 679, 681

Castle Island, 64n, 183, 188n, 341n

Charlestown Navy Yard, 195, 233n

custom house, 348n

elections in, 124

insurance companies, 345n

marine hospital, 183, 460-2

mariners, 310n

merchants, 154n, 220, 221n, 245-6, 344-5, 374, 375n

militia, 409n

navy agent at, 437n

postmaster, 310, 311n

revenue cutter at, 445-6

selectmen, 4n

statehouse, 4n

surveyor at, 254n

Boston (U.S. frigate)

and the Berceau, xlix

carries R. R. Livingston to France, xlix

delays in preparation of, 322

description of, xlix

portrait of, xlviii-xlix, 314 (illus.)

recalled from Mediterranean, xlix, 175, 176n, 177, 189, 194-5, 223, 232, 285, 304, 306n

reported engagement with Tunisian squadron, xlix, 194, 195n, 229, 290, 305n, 365

retention of, suggested, 230, 231, 235, 265, 276, 285

Boston Gazette, 188n

Boston Marine Insurance Company, 345n

botany, 45-6

Boudinot, Elias

and impact of yellow fever on Mint, 220-1n, 233

letter from, 197-8

letter to, 309

sends "animated oats" to TJ, 197-8, 309

Bouldin, Jacob

identified, 67n

letters from, 66-7, 297-8

letters to, 107, 363

seeks TJ's patronage, 66-7, 107, 297-8, 363

Bouldin, Jehu, 67

Bounds, Joseph, 368n

Bourbon family, 18n

Bowdoin, James, 223, 258

Bowles, Davy, 459, 514, 517, 533

Bowyer, John, 626, 627n

Bowyer, Michael

identified, 627n

letter to, 626-7

TJ requests fossils from, 626-7, 634, 635n

Boyd, Joseph C., 28, 681

Brackenridge, Hugh Henry, 45n

Bracton, Henry de

De Legibus et Consuetudinitis, 78

Bradford, Samuel, 612, 613n, 662

Bradley, Stephen R.

advises on appointments, 298-9, 302, 303, 387-9

identified, 298-9n

letter from, 387-9

letter to, 298-9

Bradman, Mr.

letter to cited, 686

Brady, Robert

Introduction to the Old English History, 79

Branch, James, 379

Branch, John, 11n

Brent, Daniel (clerk)

advises on appointments, 375n

and black exiles from Guadeloupe, 364n, 377n, 400-1

forwards papers, communications to TJ, 167n, 204n, 290, 302, 347n, 361-2, 380

letter from cited, 204n

letters from, 199, 361-2

letters to, 150, 378

reports on slave conspiracy in Georgetown, 422-3n

as State Department clerk, 199, 219, 270n, 291n, 301, 311, 316n, 320n, 346, 372, 374, 382, 392n, 519

and T. Sumter, Jr., 381n

TJ forwards papers to, 150, 302, 378, 380

Brent, Daniel Carroll

and Carrigo's case, 47n

letter from, 155-6

letter from cited, 47n, 684

letters to, 164-5, 471-2

and McGurk's case, 471-2

and Parsons, 485n

and plans for new jail, 155-6, 164-5

Brent, Richard, 45

Brent, Robert, 655n

Brest, France, 58-60, 303n

Brevoort, Henry B., 40

brewers, 508n

bricks, 61

Brobson, James, 680

Brodeau, Ann, 384n, 400, 401n, 425

Brongniart, Alexandre Théodore, 376n, 481n

Brongniart, Louise d'Egremont

family of, 376n

identified, 481n

letter from, 481

returns to France, 476, 481

Brooke, Sir Robert

Graunde abridgement, collecte & escrie, 78

Brown, Abraham, 28, 681

Brown, Andrew, Jr., 393n

Brown, Benjamin (Albemarle Co.)

identified, 372n

letters from cited, 372n, 615n, 685, 687, 689

letters to cited, 372n, 450n, 615n, 688, 689

payments to, 449, 614-15, 689

TJ purchases land from, 354-6, 359-60n, 370-2, 396-7, 621

Brown, Betty (b. 1759, TJ's slave), 10-11, 13

Brown, David, 90, 92, 452, 453n

Brown, David (Philadelphia)

identified, 362n

letter from, 362

solicits endorsement from TJ, 362

Brown, John (Boone Co., Ky.), 115, 116n, 214, 215n

Brown, John (Ky.)

conflated with John Brown of Boone Co., 214, 215n

and J. Steele, 346, 348n

letter to, 214-15

TJ sends news of western territories to, 214-15

Brown, John (S.C.), 526n

Brown, Rives & Co.

agents of, 263n, 454

letter from cited, 688

See also Rives, Robert

Brown, Robert (Pa.), 524n

Brown, Samuel, 66, 592, 635

Brown, Samuel (Boston), 28, 29n, 64n, 681

Brown, William

tavern of, 74, 532

Brown, William (legal writer)

Privilegia Parliamentaria, 79

Brown & Relf (Philadelphia), 392-3

See also Relf, Samuel

Brumley, Joseph, 655

Brunt, Jonathan

identified, 550n

letter from, 550

seeks appointment, 550

works by, 550n

"Brutus" (pseudonym), 141, 142n

Brutus, Stephanus Junius, the Celt

Vindiciae, Contra Tyrannos, 551, 553n

Bryan, Wilson, 128n

Buckner, Elizabeth Monroe, 529, 530n

Buckner, William, 530n

Buel. See Mitchell & Buel

Buell, John H., 401

Buenos Aires

capital of Río de la Plata, 332n

seizure of American vessels at, 220, 221n, 233, 245-6, 344-5, 374, 375n, 380

Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, Comte de

Histoire Naturelle, générale et particulière, 16-17

Histoire Naturelle des Oiseaux, 16-17

Bulfinch, Charles

designs almshouse, 461n

identified, 4n

letter from cited, 685

letter to, 4

TJ introduces R. Mills to, 4

Bull, Jonathan, 173, 174n, 224, 680

Bullus, John, 102

Burd, Edward, 101-2n

Burdett, Francis, 560, 564n

Burgh, James

Political Disquisitions, 79

Burke, Aedanus, 452-3n

Burley, William, 28-9n, 145, 216n, 681

Burr, Aaron

advises on appointments, 264n, 677n

criticism of, 89, 94n, 357, 417, 418n, 512

defeated for governor (1804), 33n

and election of 1800, ix, 94n, 225n, 417, 418n, 529n

family of, 530n

and Le Guen, 340n

and N.J. elections, 357

as reference, 123n

reported visit to Boston, 294

supporters of, 89, 141, 142n, 173, 287

western conspiracy of, 657n

Burrows, William Ward, 444-5, 520

Burrus, Bartholomew, 209n

Burt, Joel, 89n

Büsching, Anton Friedrich

New System of Geography, 79

Busnach, Naphtali, 510n

Busti, Paul, 342, 343-4n, 358

Butler, Dr., 14-15

Butler, Pierce, 121n, 241, 243-4n

Bynkershoek, Cornelius van

Observationum Juris Romani, 78

Byrd, Charles Willing

letter from, 494-6

letter from cited, 688

and St. Clair, 494-6

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