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M

Mably, Gabriel Bonnot de

Droit public de l'Europe, 76

McCallmont, James, 179n

McCaul. See Henderson, McCaul & Co.

McClary, Andrew, 401, 402n

McClenachan, Blair, 120n

McConnell, James, 446, 447n, 462, 682

McCormick, Alexander, 238n

McCrea, James

letter from cited, 684

McCreery (Macrery), Joseph, 637, 639n

McDermott Roe, Cornelius

claim for compensation, 61-2

identified, 61-2n

letter from, 61-2

McElroy, Archibald, Jr.

letter from cited, 684

McGillis, Randolph, 244n

McGinnis (McGinnas), Daniel, 43

McGruder, Ninian

letter from cited, 685

McGurk, James

letters from, 478-9, 590

petition for pardon, 237-8, 478-9, 590

sentenced to death, 471-2, 537-41

stay of execution for, 268

McHenry, James, 64n, 459-60n

Machiavelli, Niccolò, 555

McIntosh, George, 633, 634n

McKean, Joseph B., 120n, 295n

McKean, Thomas

advises on appointments, 120n

appointments by, 104n, 294

and the Cabo de Hornos, 311, 312n

introduces Gemmil, 288, 289

letter from, 289

letter from cited, 641n, 689

patronage practices, 636, 639n

reelection of, 407, 408n

as reference, 103

and removal of A. Addison, 457n

McKinney, John, 680

McKnight, Anna

letter from, 596-7

seeks charity from TJ, 596-7

McKnight, Charles

letter from cited, 151n, 686

McKnight, Robert, 597

McLane, Allen

calls for removal of, 24-5, 52-3, 159, 637, 639n, 685

and Delaware River piers, 88

McLean, James Sylvanus

identified, 434n

letter from, 431-4

letter to, 567

thoughts on steam engine improvements, 431-4, 567

McLean, Thomas

letter from, 134

theory on telescopes, 134

McLellan, Joseph, 28, 29n, 681

McMillan, William, 417n

McMullen, French, 680

McNeill, Daniel

criticism of, 204n, 305, 306n

and Eaton, 347n

recall of, xlix, 176n, 276, 304-5, 323

reported engagement with Tunisian squadron, 195n, 211, 220, 229, 235, 276, 277n, 305n

Macomb, Alexander (1782-1841), 458, 463

Macon, Nathaniel

advises on appointments, 514-15, 636n, 643-4

letter from, 643-4

letters to, 89-92, 514-15

TJ sends political news, dry dock proposal to, 89-92

McPherson, William, 88, 132-3, 295

McPherson's Blues, 295

Macquer, Philippe

Annales romaines, 76

Maddox, William

letters to cited, 685

Madeira, 118, 230, 261, 417-18n, 687

See also wine

Madison, Ambrose, 376n

Madison, Dolley Payne Todd, 204n, 377n, 400-1, 425, 600, 622

Madison, James

letters from, 116-18, 144-5, 204, 219-21, 252, 263-4, 290-1, 311-12, 332, 346-8, 374-6, 382-3, 400-1

letters to, 104, 143-4, 167, 189-91, 211, 233-4, 245-6, 282-3, 302-3, 318-20, 344-5, 358-9, 380-1, 391-2, 403-4, 425, 515

Personal Affairs

journey from Washington to Orange, 204

Ky. lands of, 375, 376n

and Lafayette, 616-17

and R. Lawson, 48

returns to Washington, 425

tobacco crop of, 25, 311, 319, 345

See also Montpelier

Politics

and J. T. Callender, 38n

and Josiah Smith, 424

and Pa. politics, 408

role as party leader, 13n

Relations with TJ

invited to, visits Monticello, 374-5, 380-1, 382, 383, 384, 392, 400-1, 403-4, 406

TJ visits, at Montpelier, viii, 258-9, 260, 264-5, 268n, 270n, 275, 278

1791 trip to northern states, 502n

and U.S. Constitution, 599n

Secretary of State

advises on Algiers annuity, 116-17, 118n, 135, 143-4

advises on appointments, 117, 145, 263-4, 374, 375-6n, 380, 570-1

advises on orders for Mediterranean squadron, vii-viii, 189, 219-20, 282-3, 318, 403-4, 406, 410, 412, 423

advises on relations with Morocco, vii-viii, 116-18, 189-91, 219-21, 260, 264-5, 278, 282-3, 290-1, 319-20n, 506n

applications to, for appointments, 36, 38n, 143n, 263-4n, 515n, 613n, 636n, 664n

and appointment of bankruptcy commissioners, 220, 221n, 233-4, 259, 302, 346, 358, 391, 392n, 515

attends cabinet meetings, 506, 530-1

and black exiles from Guadeloupe, x, 302-3, 311-12, 318n, 364n, 389, 391-2, 400-1

and capture of the Fame, 583n

and capture of the Franklin, 282, 290, 291n

compiles information on courts, 318, 346, 347n, 358-9

consulted on letter to Sulayman, xlvii, 117-18n, 143, 167, 189, 219, 221n, 270n, 290-1

forwards commissions, 88, 104, 109

forwards letters, 137, 144-5, 204, 211

instructions to, reports from Rufus King, 22, 23n, 383n, 417n

instructions to Cathcart, 190n, 232-3n, 236, 275, 277n, 290, 291n

and Louisiana, 319n, 382-3, 391

and naval prizes in U.S. ports, 346, 348n, 359

and patents, 154, 204, 645n

and Pichon, 49, 144-5

and reduction of diplomatic establishment, 167

and relations with Spain, 217-18n, 220, 221n, 245-6, 318, 319n, 332, 344-5, 374, 375n, 380

on relations with Sweden, 190n

and relations withTunis, 220, 290

relief of distressed seamen, 243n, 259, 531

rumored visit to Md., 85

and Spanish-Chickasaw relations, 315, 316n, 318, 319n

and T. Sumter, Jr., 167, 252, 380, 382

and Vienne's claim, 589n

and W. Short's salary claim, 517-18n

See also State, U.S. Department of

Madison, Bishop James

invited to Monticello, 384n, 392, 400, 401n, 404

Madison, James Catesby, 401n

Madrid, 17, 206, 207, 208, 483

Magruder, John B., 423, 449

Maine

banks, 297n

Bath, 296-7n

constitutional convention, 296-7n

Freemasons in, 426n

marshal, 612, 613n

merchants, 296n

militia, 296n

physicians, 426n

Portland, 28-9, 222, 296-7n, 679, 681

Saco, 426n

U.S. attorney, 612, 613n

Waldoboro collectorship, 256-7, 277, 518, 682

See also bankruptcy commissioners; Federalists; Republicans

Mainwaring, William, 560, 564n

Majorca, 264n

Malaga, Spain, 261, 305n, 306n

Malaspina, Alejandro, 18n

Malcolm, Henry, 33, 34n, 501-2

Malynes, Gerard de

Consuetudo, vel, Lex Mercatoria, 78

mammoth

false reports of fossils of, 591-2, 593n, 635

fossils of, sought, 96

molars, 97n

Manchester, Va., 509

Manning, Owen

Dictionarium Saxonico et Gothico-Latinum, 79

Manning, Phineas, 28, 681

Mansfield, Isaac

letter from cited, 248n, 686

and Mugford's claim, 248

Mansfield, Jared, 619n

manufacturing

candles, 33n, 128n

gunpowder, 227, 228

iron, 563n, 653

paper, 46

rope, 33n

salt, 67n

silk, 312-13

soap, 128n

soda water, 434n

whale oil, 33n

maps

of Barbary states, xlviii, 314 (illus.)

of Del., 546

mapmakers, 238, 273, 288

of Miss. Terr., 174

of southern frontier, l-li, 314 (illus.)

Marblehead, Mass.

and American Revolution, 248n

bankruptcy commissioners, 28n, 136, 145, 160, 161-2, 199, 216, 222, 253, 266-7, 315, 342, 362n, 380, 681, 687

collector at, ix, 12, 20-1, 31, 41, 51, 104, 109, 122, 156, 178-9, 180-9, 199, 218, 246-8, 261, 307, 313, 317, 372, 518, 612, 613n, 661, 682

letter from, 246-8

seeks restoration of S. R. Gerry, 246-8, 317

March, John

account with TJ, 483-4

bookbinding by, 155

Mare liberum (Hugo Grotius), 78

Maria Antonietta (María Antonia), Princess of the Two Sicilies, Princess of Asturias, 17, 18n, 370, 496

Maria Fedorovna, Empress of Russia, 555

María Isabel (Maria Isabella), Infanta of Spain, Princess of the Two Sicilies, 17, 18n, 496

María Luisa, Queen of Spain, 18n, 588n

Marines, U.S., 15, 444-5, 520

Marks, Anna Scott Jefferson (Mrs. Hastings Marks, TJ's sister)

letter to cited, 686

supplies for, 622-3

Marquand (Markwan), Joseph, 28, 29n, 51-2, 53, 681

Marseilles, France, 42, 59, 419-20

Marshall, James M.

and Carrigo's case, 46-7

letter from, 46-7

and McGurk's case, 471

Marshall, John

Life of George Washington, 406-7

as secretary of state, 632n

Marsteller, Ferdinand

letter from cited, 151n, 686

Martin, Arnold, 248n

Martin, Luther, 15, 16n

Martin, Sarah Mugford, 248

Martinique, W.I., 373n

Martinsburg, Va., 75n

Maryland

and Bank of Baltimore, 459-60n

boundary dispute with Va., 325-6, 336-8

and Chesapeake and Delaware canal, 545-7

elections in, 465-6, 477, 664

Elk River, 546, 548n

Frederick Co., 465-6

Havre de Grace, 545-6

House of Delegates, 13n

insolvency law, 67n

iron manufacturing in, 563n

loans to D.C. commissioners, xi, 30, 35-6, 85, 175n, 405, 576-7, 593-5, 607-8, 654

register of land office, 522n

Sassafras River, 545-7

St. Mary's Co., 13n

supervisor for, 12-13, 522n

Western Shore, 522n

See also Baltimore, Md.; Federalists; Republicans

Maryland Insurance Company, 632n

Masaniello (Tommaso Aniello D'Amalfi), 603, 604-5n

Maskelyne, Nevil, 562n

Mason, George, 325, 326n, 337

Mason, John Thomson

and D.C. commissioners' note, 405

and J. Carroll's case, 43

letter to cited, 175n, 686

and McGurk's case, 238n

and sale of D.C. lots, 174-5, 196, 381

and slave conspiracy in Georgetown, 423n

Mason, Stevens Thomson

and J. T. Callender, 72-4, 93

letter to, 348-9

as reference, 45

urged to stand for reelection, 348-9

Mason, William (author)

Caractacus, 559, 563n

masons

stone, 61-2, 429-30n, 576n

See also Freemasons

Massac

customs district, 12, 21, 121, 156, 518, 682

Massachusetts

and American Revolution, 248n

Andover, 153

architecture in, 461n

attorneys, 32n, 248n, 611

Beverly, 681

claim on the U.S., 63-4, 340-1, 350

constitutional convention, 64n

courts, 409n

Duxbury (Duxborough), 314n

elections, 124, 125, 126n, 428, 503, 595, 596n, 611-13, 662

Essex Co., 179, 180n, 261, 660n

Gloucester collectorship, 179, 180n, 199, 218, 272, 372-3, 518, 682

Gloucester surveyorship, 501, 566

Hampshire Co., 169n, 428

and Indian affairs, 344n

insurance companies, 168n

Ipswich collectorship, 31, 32n

legislature, 611, 612-13n, 660n

marshal, 313, 612, 613n, 662

postmasters, 424, 662, 663n

Society of the Cincinnati in, 409n

Suffolk Co., 613n

trade of, 168-9n

U.S. attorney, 475n

U.S. circuit court, 595, 596n

Worcester, 124

See also bankruptcy commissioners; Boston; Federalists; Maine; Marblehead, Mass.; Newburyport, Mass.; Plymouth, Mass.; Republicans; Salem, Mass.

Massie, Nathaniel, 496n

mastodon

C. W. Peale displays skeleton of, 96, 97, 115, 116n, 591

molars, 97n

Peales exhibit in London, 115, 116n, 592, 593n, 635

mathematics, 533

Matthews, Thomas, 663n

Maupin, George W., 627

Maury, Fontaine, 302, 303n, 311, 312n, 317

Maxwell, Robert, 159n

Mayo, John, 430

Mayo, John (N.C.), 447n

Mazzei, Philip, 537n

medals, 169-70

medicine

amputations, 256, 661, 663n

apothecaries, 104n

bilious diseases, 81, 286, 415

bubonic plague, 163n

colds, 605

cost of, 30, 255-6

dispensaries, 19, 20n

dysentery, 279, 503-4n

eye injuries, disease, 29n

fever, 428, 434

fractures, 256

in France, 525n

gout, 102n

impact of urban planning on health, 165, 166n

inflammation, 202-3

insanity, mental illness, 153-4, 280n, 434n, 550n

lameness, 61

laudanum, 153

leprosy, 240n

measles, 4, 10, 13, 50, 60-1, 80-1, 86-7, 192n, 215n, 239

medical devices, 102-3

medical schools, education, 239-40

medicinal bark, 13, 30

medicinal springs, 60, 74, 75n, 226n, 258, 288, 289, 302, 323

medicines for marine hospital, 254, 256

physicians, 3-4, 34n, 103n, 202n, 238-40, 254-6, 426n, 490n, 502, 525n

rheumatism, 514, 517

scurvy, 238-40

sprains, 288

stomach ailments, 415

surgeons, 9, 627

surgical instruments, 256

venereal disease, 240n

vertigo, 192, 283-4

See also hospitals; quarantine; smallpox; yellow fever

Mediterranean Sea

U.S. trade in, 229-31, 261, 499

See also Navy, U.S.

megalonyx, 591-2, 593n, 626-7, 634-5

Meigs, Return Jonathan, Jr., 241, 244n

Mello e Castro, João de Almeida de, 572n

Mémoires des commissaires du roi et de ceux de sa Majesté Britannique, sur les possessions & les droits respectifs des deux couronnes en Amérique (Étienne de Silhouette), 77

Memoirs and Adventures of Captain Matthew Phelps: Formerly of Harwington in Connecticut, Now Resident in Newhaven in Vermont (Anthony Haswell), 402

Memoirs of the American Revolution (William Moultrie), 617n

Memoirs of the House of Brunswic-Lunenburg (William Belsham), 553n

Memoirs of the Reign of George III (William Belsham), 551, 553n

Memorials of the Method and Manner of Proceedings in Parliament (Henry Scobell), 79

Ménage, Gilles

Dictionnaire etymologique de la langue françoise, 77

Mendenhall, Thomas, 638

Mentges, Francis

claim for compensation, 34-5, 71

letter from, 34-5

letter to, 71

Mercer, Gen. Hugh, 418

Mercer, Hugh (son of Gen. Mercer), 221n

Mercer, John (Va.)

advises on appointments, 418-19

identified, 418-19n

letter from, 418-19

Mercer, John F.

advises on appointments, 664-5

expects visit from TJ and Madison, 85

letter from cited, 687

letters from, 85, 576-7, 664-5

letter to, 35-6

letter to cited, 686

and repayment of Md. loans, 30n, 35-6, 85, 576-7

Mercer, Sophia Sprigg, 85

Mercier, Louis Sébastien

identified, 321n

letter from, 320-2

recommends Madame Bonneville, 320-2

works by, 321n

Mercure de France, 649, 650

Mercury and New-England Palladium (Boston), 81n, 125n

Meriwether, Nicholas, 137n

Meriwether, William D.

letter to cited, 687

Merry, Anthony, 584, 588n, 589n

Messina, 194, 195n

Methodists, 471, 567n

Michau, Paul, 526n

Michigan, Lake, 23n

Michigan Territory, 22, 119n

Michilimackinac

collection district, 22-3

Middlebury College, 299n, 304n

Miguel, Prince (Portugal), 572

militia

arms for, 332, 338-9

militia laws, 157

resignations from, 150-1, 175, 208, 297n

and slave uprisings, 526-7

TJ's appointments to, 680

Milledge, John

advises on Ga. lands, 601

invited to Monticello, 287

letter to, 287

letter to cited, 515n, 688

Milledge, Martha Galphin, 287

Miller, Joseph I., 123n

Miller, Simon, 379, 380n

Miller, William

authorization for T. Coxe, 110n

correspondence with Gallatin, 177

discontinuation of revenue supervisors, 447-8, 482

health of, 286, 302

lighthouse surveys, 490

Miller, William (Va.), 379, 380n

Milliner, William, 379

milliners, 600-1

mills

canals for, 438, 543n

construction of, 429-30

grist, 67n

at Shadwell, 429-30, 438

wages for millwrights, 429

Mills, Robert, 4

Milton, John, 551

Milton, Va.

merchants, 263n, 454

postal service, 257, 259, 260, 265, 332, 380, 687

on route to Monticello, 74

shipments received at, 54

town lots in, 578

Minifie, Charles

identified, 128n

letter from, 126-8

and TJ's dry dock proposal, 126-8

Ministre public dans les cours etrangeres (Jean de La Sarraz du Franquesnay), 76

Minor, Gabriel, 379

Minor, John

letter from cited, 686

recommended for appointment, 221n

and W. Short's salary claim, 157-8

Minor, William, 379

Minorca, 263-4

Mint, U.S., 220-1n, 233, 253n

Mirror (Washington, Ky.), 44, 45n

Mirror of the Times, & General Advertiser (Wilmington, Del.), 567n, 639n

Mississippi River

acquisition of lands on, 139n

as boundary, 585

British access to, 22-3

Chickasaw Bluffs, li

free navigation of, 383n, 441, 443

Indian settlements on, 209

maps of, l-li

regulation of trade on, 170-2, 178, 216-18, 254, 255n, 277, 491-2

unhealthiness of, 29

Mississippi Territory

collection district, 255n, 491

cotton production in, 491

immigrants to, 5, 29-30, 66, 387n

and Indian affairs, 299

Jackson, 166n

judges, 682

and Spanish land grants in, 173, 174n

surveyor general, 174n, 387

See also Claiborne, William C. C.; Natchez; Steele, John (Va.)

Mitchell, Francis, 410, 428, 533

Mitchell, James (Alexandria), 688

Mitchell, Thomas, 410

Mitchell, William, 410, 428

Mitchell & Buel

letter from cited, 684

Mitchill, Samuel Latham, 138n

Modus Tenendi Parliamentum (William Hakewell), 79

Molinos, Jacques, 620n

Moniteur (Paris), 202, 557, 562n

Monitor; or, Delaware Federalist (Wilmington, Del.), 456

Monroe, James

advises on appointments, 28n, 36-7, 38n, 132, 300, 349, 508-9, 529-30, 632-4, 677-8

Albemarle Co. property, 131, 203n, 380, 392, 396, 400, 404

appoints quarantine superintendent, 215n

and arms for Va. militia, 332, 338-9

and boundary dispute with Md., 325-6, 336-8

declines to stand for Senate, 348

family of, 529, 530n

forwards letters to TJ, 202-3

as governor, 193n

injures leg, 202-3

and J. T. Callender's writings, 36-8, 72-4, 92-3, 131-2

letters from, 36-8, 131-2, 202-3, 325-6, 332, 529-30, 632-4, 677-8

letters from cited, 685, 689

letters to, 72-4, 92-3, 110-11, 336-8, 338-9, 349, 508-9

and Louisiana, 392n, 419n

and R. Lawson, 48, 110-11

and removal of condemned slaves, 54, 56n, 326, 530

visits Norfolk, 131

and W. Short's arrival, 202, 203

Monthly Magazine, and American Review, 483, 484n

Monticello

architectural ornaments for, vii, 108-9

bedrooms, vii, 108-9, 622n

biannual visits to, planned by TJ, vii, 5, 52, 53, 64, 66, 73, 81, 90, 105, 107, 109, 111, 221

blinds, 141, 622n

closets, 497

cooks at, 382

dependencies, outbuildings, 622n

descriptions of, 382, 401n

directions to, from, 380, 401n

dry rot at, 109

furnishings for, 369, 383-4, 415, 416n

groceries and supplies for, 50, 53-4, 141, 160, 161, 164, 203, 399-400, 565n, 621, 622n

heavy year end expenses incurred at, 468, 621

icehouse, 622n

iron and steel for, 160

kitchen, 497

library, 497

locks, 497

masons at, vii, 429-30n, 651-2n

meal times at, 382

measles at, 10, 13, 50, 80-1, 86-7

Mulberry Row, 622n

offices, 622n, 651n

parlors, 109

plastering, vii, 676n

postal service to, from, 229, 257, 258-9, 260, 265, 310, 380, 427

privies, 497, 622n

rats at, 109

renovation and expansion of, vii, 621, 622n

screen doors, 109n

servants' rooms, 497

slaves at, 10-11, 50, 80-1

smallpox vaccination at, 20n

TJ invites family to, 4-5, 10, 13, 19, 60-1, 80-1, 86-7

TJ invites friends to, 74-5, 205, 225, 258, 260, 287, 302, 323, 361, 376-7, 380-1, 382, 383, 384, 392, 400-1, 403-4, 406

various visitors to, 374-5, 392, 434n, 469n, 532n, 535, 536, 550n

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Nailery

Montpelier

descriptions of, 382

Madisons travel to, 143-4, 144, 204

proximity to Monticello, 74

Thorntons visit, 374, 384n

TJ visits Madison at, viii, 258-9, 260, 264-5, 268n, 270n, 275, 278

Mooney, Laurence, 6, 7n

Mooney, Richard, 160, 203

Moore, William, Jr., 529n

Moran, Joseph

letter to cited, 652n, 689

payments to, 651-2

Moreau de St. Méry, Médéric Louis Elie, 486n, 588n

Moreri, Louis

Grand dictionnaire historique, 76

Morgan, Benjamin R., 143n

Morgan, John (bookseller, publisher), 473n

Mornay, Philippe du Plessis, 553n

Morocco

bubonic plague in, 163n

Fez, xlviii, 276

Larache, 395, 396n

map of, xlviii, 314 (illus.)

Mogador, 191n, 232n, 261

naval forces of, 163n, 191n, 194, 195n, 230-1, 261, 266n, 328, 395, 396n

political disruptions in, 163n, 230, 232n, 261-2

ports blockaded by Sulayman, 232n

Rabat, 261, 266n

relations with Great Britain, 163n

Salé, 230, 261, 395, 396n

Tetuán, 261, 266n, 395, 396n

treatment of prisoners by, 261-2

treaty with U.S., 117-18n, 175n, 230, 261-2, 322

U.S. policy toward, vii-viii, 222-3, 229-33, 235-6, 305n, 322, 334, 410, 413, 506, 530-1

wheat exports from, 232n

See also Sulayman, Mawlay, Sultan of Morocco; Tangier, Morocco

Morris, Andrew, 208n, 282, 510n

Morris, Richard Valentine

carries letters from Mediterranean, 509n

instructions to, 164n, 219, 221n, 222-3, 230, 235-6, 265, 275-7, 304-6, 322-3, 328, 334, 531n

and Morocco, 176, 177, 189-91, 193, 194, 266n, 290-1, 319n, 350, 506n

Morse, Mr. (attorney), 427

Morse, Jedidiah

American Universal Geography, l-li

criticizes TJ, 123, 125n

Geography Made Easy, li

Morse, Samuel

forwards Independence Day oration, 191-2

letter from, 191-2

partnership with J. Lyon, 450, 451n

Môrtefontaine, France, 588n

Morton, Perez, 408-9, 595, 596n

Moultrie, William

identified, 617n

letter from, 617

Memoirs of the American Revolution, 617n

sends compliments to TJ, 617

Moultrie, William A., 617

Mountflorence, James Cole, 583n

Mount Hope (schooner), 148

Mount Vernon, 62n, 137-8

Mugford, James, 248

Muhammad, 163n

Muhammad ibn Abd Allah, Sidi, Sultan of Morocco, 117n, 163n

Muhlenberg, John Peter Gabriel

advises on appointments, 115

appointed collector, 31, 32n, 104, 109, 179, 180n, 518, 679, 681

influence among Germans in Pa., 407, 512

letter from cited, 641n, 688-9

letters from, 115, 493

letter to, 479

resigns from militia, 101n

and Society of the Cincinnati, 101n

TJ recommends J. Barnes to, 479, 493, 499-500

Muley Suliman. See Sulayman, Mawlay, Sultan of Morocco

Mun, John, 565

Munroe, Thomas

appointed superintendent of Washington, D.C., 519

and appointment of D.C. surveyor, 211-12, 234, 287-8, 327

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

and Hoban's salary, 15, 16n

letters from, 211-12, 287-8, 404-5, 654, 654-5

letters to, 174-5, 234, 327, 381, 411

and M. Lewis, 691

and Md. loans, 593-4, 654

and new market in Washington, D.C., 654-5, 659n

and pump for President's House, 172-3, 210

and sale of D.C. lots, 36n, 174-5, 211-12, 381-2, 384, 411, 593-4, 654

Munson, Elihu, 680

Murat, Caroline (Marie Annonciade Bonaparte), 659n

Murat, Joachim, 659n

Muratori, Lodovico Antonio, 77

murder

by, of Indians, xi, 139-40n, 274n, 299, 314-15, 341-3, 358, 641-3, 665-8, 671, 672

as capital offense, 237-8, 268, 274n, 537-41, 667

of spouses, 237-8

Murray, Alexander, 189, 368n

Mustafa Baba, Dey of Algiers

identified, 510n

letter from, xlviii, 314 (illus.), 509-10

mediates with Tripoli, xlviii, 208n, 509-10

objects to Cathcart, xlviii, 222-3, 236, 395, 509-10

See also Algiers

mutiny, 195n

Mutual Assurance Society, 372n

Myers, Moses, 27, 145n, 508, 680

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