Volume 38 Index

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Cabanis, Pierre Jean Georges

identified, 525n

letter from, 524-5

Rapports du physique et du moral de l'homme, 524-5, 615, 616

sends writings to TJ, 524-5, 586, 615, 616

Cabo de Hornos (Spanish brig), 206, 207, 311, 312n

Cadbury, Henry, 496n

Cadiz, Spain, 261, 296n

Cahokia

calls for troops from, 314, 342n

letter from cited, 315n, 687

Cahoone, John, 491n

Calais, France, 437n

Calcutta, 664n

Caldwell, Timothy, 655

Calepino, Ambrogio

Dictionarium Undecim Linguarum, 77

Calhoun, John C., 113n

Callender, James Thomson

and Duane, 324n, 513

editor of the Recorder, 37n, 456

feud with Meriwether Jones, 37-8n

History of the United States for 1796, 72, 73n

and Leiper, 319

Political Progress of Britain, 72, 73n

Prospect Before Us, 37n, 68, 74n, 90, 92

receives financial assistance from TJ, xii, 36-8, 72-4, 90, 92-3, 131

remission of fine, 448-9, 452

reports on TJ's relationship with Sally Hemings, xii, 37n, 323-5n

sedition trial, 68, 69n, 74n, 89-90, 92

Sketches of the History of America, 73n

TJ's opinion of, 477

Callender, John

identified, 409n

letter from, 408-9

seeks appointment, 408-9, 595, 596n

Callières, François de

De la Manière de negocier avec les souverains, 76

Calvinists, 560, 564n

Calvinus, Johannes

Lexicon Iuridicum, 79

Campbell, Hugh G., 189

Canada, 22-3, 88

canals, 280-2, 438, 544-8

See also Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company; James River Company; Potomac Canal Company

Cap-Français, Saint-Domingue, 279n, 398, 399n, 658n

capital punishment. See law

Capitol, U.S., 4n, 16n, 62n, 568-9, 575-6

Caractacus, A Dramatic Poem: Written on the Model of the Ancient Greek Tragedy (William Mason), 559, 563n

Carey, Mathew

advises on appointments, 99-100

criticism of, 119n

and J. T. Callender, 324n

letter from, 99-100

literary fair organized by, 651n

works published by, 284n

Carey, William

letter from cited, 349n, 687

and Yorktown collectorship, 349, 374n, 390, 392, 400, 446, 462, 519, 679, 687

Carlos (Charles) IV, King of Spain

and cession of Louisiana to France, 480n

family of, 17-18, 370, 496-7, 588n

identified, 17-18n

letters from, 17-18, 370

letter to, 496-7

letter to cited, 370n

Carlota Joaquina, Princess of Brazil, 572

Carmichael, John F., 255n

Carnes, Thomas P., 113, 114n

Carpenter, Thomas

account with TJ, 107-8

Carr, Dabney (TJ's nephew), 5, 160, 369

Carr, Eleanor (Nelly, Mrs. Samuel Carr), 5

Carr, Elizabeth Carr, 5

Carr, Hester Smith Stevenson (Hettie, Mrs. Peter Carr), 5, 19

Carr, John (b. 1753), 372, 397

Carr, Martha Jefferson (Mrs. Dabney Carr, TJ's sister), 5

Carr, Mary (Polly, TJ's niece), 480, 608

Carr, Peter (TJ's nephew)

carriage of, 18-19, 690

letter to, 18-19

to visit Washington, 5

Carr, Samuel (TJ's nephew), 5, 18-19, 53, 108n

Carr, Thomas, Jr.

letter to cited, 687

carriages, 18-19, 288, 361, 425, 624, 625n

Carrigo, Michael, 46-7

Carroll, Daniel (of Duddington), 543n

Carroll, James

letter from, 43

petition for pardon, 43, 47n

Carswell, Samuel, 294

Cartagena, Colombia, 302n

Cartagena, Spain, 390n

Carter, Mr. (Boston), 336

Carter, Joshua, 28, 29n, 681

Carter, William Champe, 372n

Casenave, John, 264n

Catawba River, 147n

Catesby, Mark

Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands, ix, 16-17

Cathalan, Stephen, Jr., 42, 346, 347n, 419n

Cathcart, James Leander

and Ahmad Qaramanli, 347n

funds sent to, 232-3

instructions to, 262, 275-7, 285, 290, 291n, 305n

as prisoner in Algiers, 223n

receives dispatches from Eaton, 367n

and reported naval engagement with Tunis, 195n, 236

and Sweden, 190n

unpopularity of, in Algiers, xlviii, 222-3, 236, 395, 509-10

Catherine II (the Great), Empress of Russia, xlix, 149n, 499n, 553n, 599

Catholic Church, 215n, 508n, 560, 564n

Catlett, Kemp

letter to cited, 687

Cavendish, Henry, 116n

Cayes, Saint-Domingue, 203

Cazenove, Théophile, 485, 486n

Cevallos (Ceballos) Guerra, Pedro, 17n

Chancognie, Simon Jude, 385-6

Chapin, Israel, Jr., 273, 274n, 275n, 299-300, 301

Chappell, Rhody, 529n

Charbuy, François Nicolas

Abrégé chronologique de l'histoire des Juifs, 76

Charles II, King of England, 421

Charles, Richard, 516

Charleston, S.C.

and American Revolution, 617n

banks, 452n, 464

collector at, 121n, 534

merchants, 399n

Charleston Courier, 434n

Charlottesville, Va., 74, 225, 257, 427

Charlton, Thomas U. P.

Oration in Commemoration of American Independence, 191-2

Chas, Jean

Tableau historique et politique, 483, 484n

Chase, Salmon, 28, 681

Chase, Samuel, 69n

Chaudet, Denis Antoine, 377n

Chaudon, Louis Mayeul

Nouveau dictionnaire historique, 76

Cheetham, James

criticizes Eustis and A. Bishop, 225n

Life of Thomas Paine, 321-2n

Nine Letters, 418n

and Sally Hemings, 324n

View of the Political Conduct of Aaron Burr, 94n, 225n, 357, 417, 418n

Cherokee Indians. See Indians: Cherokees

Chesapeake (U.S. frigate)

blockades Tangier, 319n

in the Mediterranean, 175, 177, 189, 193

recalled to the U.S., 530, 531n

Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company, 544-8

Chesapeake Bay, 544-8

chess, 641

Chew, William L., 458, 463

children

childbirth, 60

deaths of, in infancy, 244-5

education of, 258

illnesses, 503n

named after TJ, 201

orphans, 248n

slave, 10-11, 13, 50, 80

See also Eppes, Francis Wayles (TJ's grandson); Randolph, Anne Cary (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Cornelia Jefferson (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Ellen Wayles, II (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Thomas Jefferson (TJ's grandson); Randolph, Virginia Jefferson (TJ's granddaughter)

Chipman, Darius, 388n, 515

Chittenden, Martin, 357n

Chribbs, William, 12, 21, 121, 682

Christianity

dissenters, 559, 563n

publications on, 39-40

Christie, Charles, 417-18n

Christie, Gabriel, 416, 417-18n

Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms Amended (Isaac Newton), 78

cider, 568

Cincinnati, Society of the, 49n, 100, 101n, 409n

ciphers

R. Patterson's system of, 586, 588-9n

used by Eaton, 367n

"Citizen free Born" (pseudonym)

calls on TJ to abolish slavery, 602-5

letter from, 602-5

City Tavern and Merchants' Coffee House (Philadelphia), 485-6n

Claiborne, Richard

identified, 271-2n

invents boat propulsion system, 271-2

letter from, 271-2

seeks appointment, 271-2

Claiborne, William C. C., 21n, 166n, 347n, 359

Clark, Christopher

collects bonds for TJ, 158, 378-80, 386

letter from cited, 379n, 689

letter to, 378-80

Clark, Daniel

leaves New Orleans, 214, 215n, 217, 218n

and marine hospital at New Orleans, 3-4, 254-6

reports fear of French possession of Louisiana, 319n

sends news of Indian affairs, 315-16, 318, 319n, 346

Clark, James West, 11-12, 541, 542n, 680, 682-3n

Clarke, John, 338-9

Clarke, John, Jr., 379

Clarke, John, Sr., 379

Clarke, Samuel (Pa.)

advises on appointments, 99-100

letter from, 99-100

claviols, 83-5, 97, 130

Claxton, Thomas

and furnishings for Monticello, 369n, 383, 415, 416n

health of, 383

letter to, 568-9

payments to, 609

and repairs to temporary House chamber, 568-9, 575

Clay, Joseph (Pa.), 94n, 522, 571n

Cleirac, Estienne

Us, et coustumes de la mer, 77

clerks

circuit courts, 47n

custom house, 182, 184, 186, 314n

Federalists as, 542n

health of, 286, 302, 501, 613

mercantile, 399n

Navy Department, 11n

salaries, 129, 156, 182, 241, 242-3n, 288n

Senate, 29n

state legislatures, 529, 530n

Treasury Department, 242, 286, 288n, 302, 435n, 501, 541, 542n, 613, 614n

War Department, 296n, 402n, 544, 545n

Cleveland, William, 272, 273n, 300, 302, 519, 681

Clinton, DeWitt

advises on appointments, 34n, 571

elected mayor of New York City, 123n

letter from cited, 34n, 685

and N.Y. elections, 357

supporters of, 89, 173, 287, 502n

Clinton, George

advises on appointments, 301

appointments by, 571n

and black exiles from Guadeloupe, 302

criticism of, 141, 142n

and Indian affairs, 274n, 342, 343-4n, 358

as reference, 374n

cloth

bombazet, 108

linen, 160

nankeen, 108

theft of, 47n

velvet, 107

waterproof, 62

See also silk

clothing

boots, 690

breeches, 108

buttons, 107-8

coats, 62, 107, 108

hats, 690

jackets, 108

for servants, 108

for slaves, 108

summer, 62

waistcoats, 107

waterproof, 62

coal, 126-8, 172-3, 203

Cobb, John, 28, 681

Cobbett, William, 456, 477, 560-1n

Cochran, Mr., 311

Cochran, Charles Burnham, 515, 682

Cochran, Robert E. (S.C.), 515, 682

Cocke, John Hartwell, 429

Cocke, William

letter to cited, 515n, 688

Code de l'humanité (Fortunatio Bartolomeo de Felice), 77

coffee, 164, 390, 391n, 625n

coffee houses, 485-6n

Coffin, Alexander

advises on appointments, 501-2

identified, 502n

letter from, 501-2

Cohen, Jacob I., 529, 530n

Colbert, Edwin (b. 1793, TJ's slave), 10, 11n, 13

Colbert, Mary (b. 1801, TJ's slave), 10, 11n, 13

Colbert, Robert (b. 1799, TJ's slave), 10, 11n, 13

Coleman, William (Va.), 150n

Collection in English, of the Statutes now in force, continued from the beginning of Magna Charta (William Rastell), 78

Collection of Debates, Reports, Orders and Resolutions of the House of Commons (William Bohun), 79

Collection of the State Papers of John Thurloe, Esq., Secretary, First to the Council of State, and afterwards to the Two Protectors, Oliver and Richard Cromwell, 79

Collier, Jeremy

Great Historical, Geographical, Genealogical and Poetical Dictionary, 78

Collot, Georges Henri Victor, 135n

Columbia, Bank of (Georgetown)

bills of, 676

D.C. commissioners' note on, 405, 411

TJ's notes on, 361, 393, 494, 609

Columbian Centinel (Boston), 195n, 448, 462n

Commentaries on the Laws of England (William Blackstone), 263n

commerce. See United States: Economy

Commercial Advertiser (New York), 417n

Commercial Register (Norfolk), 195n, 286

Common Sense (Thomas Paine), 605n

Communication, to Those Citizens of the North-Western Territory (Thomas Worthington), 646-7

Compendium of Natural Philosophy (John Wesley), 362n

Comstock, Dr., 239

Comyns, Sir John

Digest of the Laws of England, 78

Condillac, Étienne Bonnot de, 647, 649, 651n

Condit, John, 605n

Condorcet, Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas de Caritat, Marquis de, 525n

Congress (U.S. frigate), 265

Congress, U.S.

Continental

bounty and pension claims, 248n

offers citizenship to R. Price, 189n

House of Representatives

appropriations and expenditures, 394n

and Bouldin's petition, 67n

bounty and pension claims, 248

journals of, 16

and marine hospitals, 461n

printing contracts, 451

Republican majority in, 348-9

and taxes, 391n

temporary building for, 568-9, 575-6

Legislation

arsenals and magazines, 146, 147n

claims on Congress, 471n

compensation for revenue officers, 185, 188n

contingent funds, 531n

and District of Columbia, 30, 35-6, 327, 405n, 411n, 594-5, 607-8

establishment of revenue districts, 6, 7n, 89n, 170, 171n

Indian affairs, 628, 630n

and judiciary, 666-7, 669-70, 675

Library of Congress, 42, 75n, 81, 86

lighthouses, 487-8n, 490-1

marine hospitals, 3-4n, 453n

Ohio statehood, 417n, 646-7n, 656-7

patents, 535n

punishment of crimes, 667, 671, 672n, 675

quarantine laws, 390n

regulation of the Mississippi trade, 170, 171n, 491

Senate

and British debt claims, 417n

clerks, 29n

and Indian affairs, 140n, 358

printing contracts, 451

Republican majority in, 348-9

and TJ's nominations, 9n, 521n, 636n, 683n

Connecticut

commissioner of loans, 173, 174n

and common law, 666-7, 668-9

elections in, ix, 357, 420, 427-8

Falkner Island lighthouse, 177, 210

Hartford, 123-4, 125n, 173-4, 224, 225n, 680

lighthouses, 491n

Luzerne commission, 552n

Middletown, 453

New Haven, 289n, 680

New London, 177, 491n, 680

postmasters, 173, 174n

Presbyterians in, 289

supervisor for, 420, 447-8

See also bankruptcy commissioners; Federalists; Republicans

Connecticut Republicans

declare support for TJ's administration, 573-5

letter from, 573-5

Conrad, Frederick, 513-14, 524n

Constantine Pavlovich, Grand Duke of Russia, xlix, 553n, 599

Constantinople, 73, 74n

Constellation (U.S. frigate)

in the Mediterranean, 175, 177, 189, 193, 445

mistaken for other warships, 189, 190n, 193, 530, 531n

recalled to the U.S., 530, 531n

Constitution (U.S. frigate), 64n, 189, 190n, 193, 232, 233n

Constitution and Laws of England Consider'd (William Pudsey), 79

Constitution of Parliaments in England (Sir John Pettus), 79

Constitution of the United States

calls to amend, 81

and commerce clause, 486-8

and common law, 666-7, 669-70, 673, 674-5

and judiciary, 81n, 453n

as model for others, 598

ratification of, 40n

and Sedition Act, 68, 69n

and state boundaries, 337

TJ's contributions to, 598-9

Consuetudo, vel, Lex Mercatoria: or, the Ancient Law-Merchant (Gerard de Malynes), 78

Convention of 1800, 583n, 585, 588n

Conversations on the Divine Government (Theophilus Lindsey), 563n

Coombs, William, 168n

Cooper, Isaac, 690

Cooper, Thomas

Bankrupt Law of America, 483, 484n

forwards letter, thoughts on government, xlix, 550-4

letter from, 550-4

as Luzerne commissioner, 550, 552n

TJ recommends books to, 525n

transcribes letter for Priestley, 561n, 598

Copineau, Abbé

Essai synthétique, 649, 650, 651n

Coppinger, Joseph

American Practical Brewer and Tanner, 508n

identified, 508n

letter from, 507-8

letter to, 535

seeks patent, 507-8, 535

Coppinger, William, 508n

Cordell, George E.

identified, 466n

letter from, 465-6

reports on Md. politics, 465-6

corn, xi, 621, 622n

Cornplanter (Seneca Indian), 273, 275n

Corps universel diplomatique du droit des gens (Jean Dumont), 77

Corpus juris civilis Romani (Denys Godefroy), 79

Correct Statement of the Various Sources from which The History of the Administration of John Adams was Compiled (John Wood), 179, 180n

Cosway, Maria Hadfield, 621n

cotton

plantations, 505-6, 532-3

regulation of trade in, 171, 172n, 487n, 491

waterproof cotton, 62

Couasnon, Jean Louis, 377n

Country Builder's Assistant (Asher Benjamin), 461n

Courts, U.S.

Circuit

and capital punishment, 237n, 268

clerks, 47n, 346

District of Columbia, 43, 46-7, 237n, 268

in Mass., 595, 596n

oppose repeal of Judiciary Act, 453n

District

and common law, 642n

Ky., 642n, 666, 668

Va., 68, 69n

Public Opinion

calls to reduce judicial tenure, 81n

and common law, 665-75

competence of, 595

dominated by Federalists, 32

dual officeholding by judges, 81n

duties of justice of the peace, 548

little work to be done by, 318, 346

Supreme Court

and common law, 670, 671-2n

constitutionality of repeal of Judiciary Act, 453n

cowpox. See smallpox

Coxe, Daniel W., 487n

Coxe, John Redman

letters from, 19-20, 142

letter to, 67-8

Practical Observations on Vaccination, 19-20, 142

and smallpox vaccination, 19-20, 67-8, 142

Coxe, Tench

advises on appointments, 100-1

appointed purveyor of public supplies, 122, 123n, 156

appointed supervisor, 31, 32n, 88, 104, 109, 110, 122, 518, 519, 679, 681

asked to stand for Congress, 122

letter from, 100-1

and Pa. politics, 408, 512-13

reports on France and Louisiana, 242

Coxe, William, Jr., 605n

Coyer, Gabriel François, 76

Craig, James, 578n, 580n

Cranch, William, 420n, 471-2, 478, 590

Crane, Silas, 680, 683n

Creek Indians. See Indians: Creeks (Muskogees, Muscogees)

Cromwell, Oliver, 321n

Cross, Ralph

appointed commissioner of bankruptcy, 28, 681

recommended, appointed collector, 51-2, 53, 178, 179, 199, 218, 372, 518, 596n, 679, 682

Cross, Stephen, 595-6

Crowninshield, Jacob

advises on appointments, 12n, 145, 178-9, 180n, 199, 210, 216, 218, 242, 272, 372-3, 501

appointed, declines bankruptcy commission, 28-9n, 199, 216, 681

Crozier, John, 469-70

Crutchelow, John, 641-3, 665

Cullen, William, 239

Cumberland, Richard

Treatise of the Laws of Nature, 78

Cumpston, Thomas, 94n, 293-5

Cunningham, Mr., 590

Cunningham, Timothy

New and Complete Law-Dictionary, 78, 473

Cushing, Isaac, 42

Cushing, Thomas H., 209n, 452n

Cushing, William, 595, 596n

Custis, Edmund

letter from, 203

seeks appointment, 203

Cutler, Samuel, 169n

Cutter, Daniel, 564

Cuvier, Georges, 97n, 377n

Cyrus the Great, 564n

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