Volume 38 Index

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P

Page, John

advises on appointments, 446, 447n

health of, 192-3, 283-4

letters from, 192-3, 291

offered, declines Petersburg collectorship, 31, 32n, 104, 109, 192-3, 242, 260, 261, 277, 283-4, 286, 291, 300

Page, Margaret Lowther (Mrs. John Page)

Dodsley, 284n

identified, 284n

letter from, 283-4

reports on husband's poor health, 283-4, 291

Paine, Elijah, 299n

Paine, Thomas

and the Bonnevilles, 320-2

Common Sense, 605n

and Deblois, 309-10, 634

and J. H. Stone, 560n

letter from, 634

and religion, 289n, 333n, 638

returns to U.S., 310n, 634, 638

Rights of Man, 551, 553n

and TJ, 430

Paine versus Religion; or, Christianity Triumphant. Containing the Interesting Letters of Sam. Adams, Tho. Paine, and John Gemmil, 289n

Pajou, Jacques Augustin Catherine, l

Palladium (Boston). See Mercury and New-England Palladium

Palladium (Frankfort, Ky.), 44, 45n

Palmer, Elihu

identified, 333n

letter from, 333

Principles of Nature, 333

sends book to TJ, 333

Pannill, Joseph

identified, 387n

letter from, 387

seeks appointment, 387

Pantops (Eppes estate, Albemarle Co., Va.), 87

paper, 46, 62

Paradise, John, 149n

Paradise, Lucy Ludwell (Mrs. John Paradise)

estate of, 148-50

letter from, 148-50

pardons

denied by TJ, 43, 471-2

granted by TJ, 43n, 47, 452, 453n

of Indians, 274n

petitions for, 43, 46-7, 237-8, 478-9, 590, 606

stays of execution, 268

Paris

consul at, 252n

descriptions of, 321n

Halle aux Bleds, 619, 620-1n

printing in, 437, 559, 560n

source for books, 76-7, 82, 86, 135n, 241, 260, 472, 511, 649, 650

Paris, Treaty of (1763), 573n

Parke, Benjamin, 140n

Parker, Copland, 591n

Parker, Isaac, 612, 613n

Parker, John (Va.), 590, 591n

Parker, Thomas, 452-3n

Parma, 584, 588n

Parrish, Jasper, 343n

Parsons, Joseph

letters from, 480, 484-5, 516

seeks charity, appointment, 480, 484-5, 516

Parsons, Theophilus, 595, 596n

Passe Partout Galant, 483, 484n

passports, 535-7, 580-1

patents

astronomical instruments, 153, 154n

British, 507

cost of, 507

food preservation, 507-8

forwarded to TJ, 204

medical devices, 102-3

patent laws, 535

piano fortes, 434n

supervisor of patent office, 384n, 645n

Patterson, Robert

advises on appointments, 99-100

and Groves, 154n, 504-5, 617-18, 643

letters from, 99-100, 617-18

letter to, 504-5

letter to cited, 505n, 684

and longitude, 618

as member of APS, 46n, 617-18

proposes cipher system, 588n

Patterson, William (N.Y.), 374, 375-6n, 380

Patton, Robert

advises on appointments, 99-100

and Leiper's appointment, 293

letter from, 99-100

Paul I, Emperor of Russia, 554n, 556, 599

Pawley, Percival, 526-7n

Payne, James, 567n

Payson, Henry, 460n

Peace Establishment Act (1801), 129n

Peace Treaty, Definitive (1783), 573n

Peale, Charles Willson

diagrams of bison skull, 98-9

displays mastodon skeleton, 96, 97, 115, 116n, 591, 635

forwards letters for TJ, 83

interest in new fossil discoveries, 96, 591-3, 626, 634-5

and J. I. Hawkins's inventions, 97

letters from, 95-7, 591-3

letter to, 634-5

museum, 83, 97n, 592

receives bison skull, 66, 95-9, 115, 116n

and yellow fever, 96-7, 592, 593n

Peale, Raphaelle, 96, 97n

Peale, Rembrandt, 115, 116n, 592, 593n, 635

Peale, Rubens, 592, 593n

Peale, Titian Ramsay (1780-1798), 96, 97n

Pease, Seth, 174n

Pecquet, Antoine

Discours sur l'art de negocier, 76

Peggy (French schooner), 144n

Pendleton, Edmund, 467

Penhallow, Samuel, Jr., 241, 243n, 259

Penington, Edward, 112n, 154

Pennsylvania

breweries, 508n

capital punishment in, 538-9, 541n

and Chesapeake and Delaware canal, 545-8

Chester Co., 289n

common law, 669

Delaware Co., 289n

Democratic Society of Pennsylvania, 119n

education, 289n

and election of 1800, 225n

elections in, ix, 407-8, 511-14, 523-4, 636

Germans in, 407, 512, 523

Lancaster Co., 626n

Lancaster turnpike, 545

legislature, 93, 99-101, 115, 151, 289n

Ligonier, 495

Luzerne commission, 550, 552n

marshals for, 27, 681

Montgomery Co., 513-14

newspapers, 44-5

Pittsburgh, 456-8, 508n

postal service, 456-8

Presbyterians in, 289n

prothonotaries, 101, 626n

Rising Sun tavern, x, 407-8, 421-2

Society of the Cincinnati in, 100, 101n

supervisor for, 31, 32n, 88, 109, 122, 156, 518, 519, 681

Supreme Court, 101

Washington, 456

Wyoming Valley, 550, 552n

See also bankruptcy commissioners; Federalists; Republicans

Pennsylvania, Bank of, 111-12, 452n, 464, 465n, 652

Pennsylvania, University of, 103n, 104n, 289n

Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Company, 111n

Pericles, 557

Perkins, Benjamin, 655

Perrin, Captain, 658

Perrow, Daniel P., 379

Perry, John

letters from cited, 685, 688

letter to cited, 689

and locks for Monticello, 497

payments to, 689

and Shadwell mills, 429

Peters, John T.

identified, 575n

letter from, 573-5

statement of support from Conn. Republicans, 573-5

Petersburg, Va.

bankruptcy commissioners, 32, 33n, 68, 529, 530n

collector at, 31, 32n, 104, 109, 192-3, 242, 260, 261, 277-8, 283-4, 286, 291, 300-1, 317, 318, 372, 518, 682

newspapers, 530n

postmaster, 301n

Pettit, Andrew, 120n

Pettus, Sir John

Constitution of Parliaments in England, 79

Petty, William. See Pudsey, William

Petyt, William

Antient Right, 79

Jus Parliamentarium, 79

Peyton, Craven

and certificate for John Peyton, 234-5, 309

letter from, 577

letters from cited, 234n, 687

letters to, 234-5, 309, 621-2

letter to cited, 687

purchases land for TJ, 577-80, 621-2

recovers books for TJ, 263n

Peyton, Francis

advises on appointments, 297n

appointed militia officer, 680

introduces Groves, 485

letter from, 485

Peyton, John, 234-5, 309, 689

Pfeffel, Chretien Frédéric

Nouvel abrégé chronologique de l'histoire et du droit public d'Allemagne, 76

Philadelphia

apothecaries, 104n

attorneys, 93, 99-101, 115, 143, 151, 333n, 513

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

Baptists in, 333n

Board of Health, 104n

book fairs, 101, 648, 650, 651n

booksellers, 101, 102n

chamber of commerce, 88, 221n, 464, 488

and Chesapeake and Delaware canal, 545-8

collector at, 31-2, 41, 87-8, 89n, 104, 109, 180n, 518, 681

collector of internal revenues at, 88, 109, 110

custom house, 133n, 493

and Delaware River piers, 88, 464, 488-9

dispensary, 19, 20n

elections in, 357, 523

Germans in, 523

insurance companies, 111n

iron manufacturing, 653

measles in, 215n

merchants, 220, 221n, 245-6, 344-5, 374, 375n, 507, 531

milliners, 600-1

observatory proposed for, 134n

pilots, 88

prostitution in, 119

Republicans in, 93, 100, 115, 119-20, 357, 407-8

revenue cutters, 88

Rising Sun tavern, 407-8

rivalry with Baltimore, 545-8

soap and candle manufacturing in, 128n

Society of Friends in, 513

Society of the Sons of St. George, 102n

source for artisans, mechanics, 567

taverns, 485-6

tea dealers, 479

waterworks, 652-3

yellow fever, xi, 94n, 95, 96-7, 117, 220-1n, 292, 333n, 565, 592, 593n, 651n

Philadelphia (U.S. frigate), 62, 533

Philadelphia Bank, 104n

Philadelphia Gazette, 49, 218n, 393n

Philosophie de Kant (Charles François Dominique de Villers), 483

Phinney, Elihu, 550n

Piacenza, 584, 588n

pianos, 83, 84n, 130, 434n

Pic, Marie Ann, 600-1

Pichon, Alexandrine Émilie Brongniart

family of, 481n

identified, 376-7n

invited to Monticello, 376-7

letter from, 376-7

Pichon, Louis André

appoints commercial agents, 386n

and black exiles from Guadeloupe, x, 302, 311, 364, 376-7, 389, 392, 400-1

family of, 481n

forwards exequaturs, 70, 71

forwards letters for TJ, 144, 167

invited to Monticello, 302, 323, 376-7

letters from, 49, 376-7

and misinformation in the Philadelphia Gazette, 49

and the Peggy, 144n

Pickens, Andrew, 113, 140n, 273n

Pickering, Danby

Statutes at Large from the Magna Charta, 78

Pickering, John, 243n

Pickering, John (Essex Co.), 660n

Pickering, Timothy, 187, 466, 468, 518n, 661n

Pinckney, Charles

creation of claims commission, 206, 207-8, 245, 345n

and D'Oyley, 121n, 534

instructions to, 207n, 318

and interference with commerce at Buenos Aires, 220, 245, 345, 375n

negotiations over U.S. consul at New Orleans, 217-18n

sends news of European affairs, 18n

successor to, as senator, 452n

Pinckney Treaty, 383n

Pitt, William, 238, 564n

Placita Parlamentaria (William Ryley), 79

"Plain Citizen" (pseudonym)

and remission of J. T. Callender's fine, 448-9

planes, 690

Playfair, William

Tableaux d'arithmétique linéaire, 77

Pleasants, Tarlton W., 529, 530n

See also Anthony & Pleasants (Richmond)

Pleas of the Crown (Sir Matthew Hale), 78

Plees del Cron (William Stanford), 78

Plumard de Bellanger, Mme, 535, 536, 537n, 581

Plymouth, Mass.

bankruptcy commissioners, 424

collector at, 41n, 313, 314n, 411-12, 612, 613n, 661-3

politics in, 181, 662-3

Poetica de Aristoteles dada a nuestra lengua Castellana, 483

Point Brewery (Pittsburgh), 508n

Political Disquisitions: or, An Inquiry into Public Errors, Defects, and Abuses (James Burgh), 79

Political Progress of Britain (James Thomson Callender), 72, 73n

Pombal, Sebastien José de Carvalho e Mello, Comte d'Oeyras, Marquis de, 565

Ponsonby, John

letter to, 62

sends publications, samples of waterproofing, 62

Poplar Forest (TJ's estate)

mortgage on, 517, 518n

postal service to, from, 440

sale of tobacco from, 25-6

taxes on, 423

Porcupine's Gazette (Philadelphia), 456

See also Cobbett, William

portages, 22-3

Port-au-Prince (Port Républicain), Saint-Domingue, 203n, 658

Porter, Andrew, 100-1, 151

Porter, John

advises on appointments, 99-100

letter from, 99-100

Porter, Robert

recommended for office, 93, 94, 99-101, 115, 151, 156

Port Folio (Philadelphia), 284n

Portsmouth, N.H.

attorneys, 241

naval officer at, 244n

revenue cutter at, 241, 243n, 244n, 301, 373, 403, 425

surveyor at, 241, 243n, 244n, 259, 317, 373, 518, 682

Portugal

and export of Spanish merino sheep, 200n

threatened, attacked by France and Spain, 18n

wine from, 200-1, 565

See also João, Prince Regent of Portugal

Post, Nathan, 491n

postal service

appointments and removals in, 279-80, 287n

contracts, 173

distrusted, 74n, 310, 356

and Federalists, 279-80

postmasters, 7n, 90, 173, 174n, 287, 296n, 301n, 424, 440n, 502n, 644n, 663n

post roads, 279, 280n

and Republicans, 279-80

schedules, efficiency of, 11, 160, 225, 229, 257, 258-9, 260, 265, 300, 380, 427, 440-1, 456-8

See also Granger, Gideon

Potomac Canal Company, 543n, 575n

Potomac River

as boundary, 325-6, 336-8

and canals, 281-2

dredging of, 91, 548-9

as water supply source, 542-3n, 620

Potter, Henry, 636n

Potter, Samuel J.

letters from cited, 685, 687, 688

Pougens, Charles, 135, 511

Poulson's American Daily Advertiser (Philadelphia), 448-9

Pouncey's tract (TJ's property), 369

Poyntell, William, 293

Practical Observations on Vaccination: Or Inoculation for the Cow-Pock (John Redman Coxe), 19-20, 142

Preble, Henry

letter from, 295-6

seeks appointment, 295-6

Prentiss, Joshua, 199, 200n, 216

Prentiss, Samuel, 299n, 303, 388n, 515

Presbyterians, 289, 333n, 563n

President (U.S. frigate), 306n, 530, 531n

President's House

construction of, 16n, 61, 62n

cooks at, 623

groceries, supplies for, 172-3, 197, 226, 690

pump for, xi, 172-3, 210-11, 244-5, 258

stable and household accounts, 690-1

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Personal Affairs; Lemaire, Étienne

press, freedom of, 551-2, 557, 561-2n, 600

Prevost, John B., 529, 530n

Price, Richard, 186, 189n, 560n

Price, Richard (Milton, Va.)

letter to cited, 689

payments to, 689

Priestley, Joseph

correspondence with J. H. Stone, xlix, 550, 554-64, 598-600

General History of the Christian Church, 559, 561n, 563n, 598-9

health of, 598

History of the Corruptions of Christianity, 563n

letter from, 598-9

Letters to the Inhabitants of Northumberland, 561n

and TJ's contributions to the U.S. Constitution, 598-9

Principio iron works, 563n

Principles of Equity (Henry Home, Lord Kames), 78

Principles of Nature; or, a Development of the Moral Causes of Happiness and Misery among the Human Species (Elihu Palmer), 333

Prine, William, 445

prisoners of war, 261-2

Privilegia Parliamentaria (William Brown), 79

prizes, naval, 346, 348n, 359, 583n

promissory notes

issued by TJ, 359-60

Proofs of a Conspiracy, Against Christianity, and the Government of the United States (Abraham Bishop), 310, 311n, 356

Prospect; or, View of the Moral World (New York), 333n

Prospect Before Us (James Thomson Callender), 37n, 68, 74n, 90, 92

prostitution, 119

Protector (ship), 283n, 319n

Prussia, 558, 562n

Prynne, William

First Part of a Brief Register, 79

Pudsey, William

Constitution and Laws of England Consider'd, 79

Pufendorf, Samuel, Baron von

Devoirs de l'homme, 76

Introduction à l'historie générale de l'univers, 78

pumps, xi, 172-3, 210, 244-5, 258

Punderson, Dr., 239

Purcell, Joseph, 273n, 299

Purcell, Pierce, 238n

Purdie, George

letter from cited, 490n, 688

seeks son's appointment, 490, 590

Purdie, John Hyndman

letter from cited, 490n, 688

seeks appointment, 490, 590

Putnam, Bartholomew, 660, 661n

Putnam, David, 7n

Putnam, Rufus, 7n

Pym, John, 551

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