Volume 38 Index

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S

St. Clair, Arthur

address to constitutional convention, 645-6, 656-7

and C. W. Byrd, 494-6

defeat by Indians in 1791, 661, 663n

opposes statehood, 416, 417n

Saint-Domingue, W.I.

alleged U.S. support for insurrection, 204n, 442, 444

French expeditionary force to, x, 204n, 242, 399n, 480-1, 658-9

insurrection, x, 398, 399n

insurrection as example to slaves in U.S., 54

restoration of slavery on, 303n

resurgence of insurrection, 480-1, 561n

seizure of U.S. vessels at, 589n

U.S. commercial agents in, 203, 279n

U.S. trade with, 441, 443

yellow fever, x, 96, 480n, 658-9

Saint Marys River, 385

Salawi, Muhammad Ibn Abd al-Salam al-, 176n

Salcedo, Manuel de, 217, 315-16, 318, 319n

Salem, Mass.

bankruptcy commissioners, 28n, 272, 273n, 302, 519, 681

county register, 660n

market in, 660n

Salem and Beverly collection district, 12n, 31, 41, 104, 109, 179-80, 242, 373, 518, 660-1, 682

Salmon, George, 460n

Salmon, Thomas

Abrégé chronologique de l'histoire d'Angleterre, 78

salt

duties on, 390-1, 498n, 625n

manufacture of, 67n, 127, 250-2, 391

as preservative, 507

salt springs, 140n, 250-2, 572-3

saltpeter, 227, 228, 591, 626, 627n

sandpaper, 690

Sanford, Nathan, 123n

Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Spain, 419n

Satterley, Samuel, 239

Sayre, Stephen

letter from cited, 689

Scapula, Johann

Lexicon Graeco-Latinum novum, 77

Schardius, Simon

De varia temporum in iure civili observatione . . . libellus. Item: Leges Rhodiorum navales . . ., 77

Schenck, William P., 446-7, 462

Schmidt, Friedrich August von

Abrégé chronologique de l'histoire de Pologne, 76

Schomberg, Alexander Crowcher

Treatise on the Maritime Laws of Rhodes, 78

Schwartz. See Ogden, Schwartz & Co. (Marseilles)

Scioto Gazette (Chillicothe), 645, 646n

Scobell, Henry

Memorials, 79

Scotland, 202n, 457n, 633

Scott, Charles A., 429

Scott, Edward, 469-70

Scott, Hugh, 457, 458n

Scott, Joseph

letter from cited, 152n, 684

letter to, 152

retained as marshal, 36, 38n, 132, 150, 152, 199, 681

Scriptores de Jure Nautico (Johann Gottleib Heineccius), 77

sea letters. See passports

seamen

care of sick and disabled, 3-4n, 254-6, 453, 488

expenditures on distressed seamen, 241, 243n, 244n, 255-6, 259, 461n, 531, 564

See also hospitals

Sedition Act (1798)

and common law, 666

constitutionality of, 68, 69n

criticism of, 45n, 477

persecutions, prosecutions under, 68, 69n, 74n, 89-90, 92, 188n, 249n

remission of J. T. Callender's fine, 448-9, 452

TJ halts, pardons prosecutions under, 92, 448-9, 452, 453n

Séjournant, Nicolas de

Nouveau Dictionnaire Espagnol-François et Latin, 77

Selden, John

Of the Judicature in Parliaments, 79

Sellman (Sillman), John

appointed Symmes commissioner, 109, 110n, 122, 150, 156, 199, 519, 682

Seneca, Lucius Annaeus

Oeuvres, 483, 484n

Seneca Indians. See Indians: Senecas

Senf, John Christian, 145-6, 165

Senter, Horace, 529n

Sergeant, John, 94n, 103, 104n, 512-13

servants

clothing for, 108

cooks, 623

livery, 108

vales given to by TJ, 259n

See also President's House

Sewel, Willem

Large Dictionary English and Dutch, 79

sextants, 14, 504

Seymour, Horatio, 515n

Shadwell (TJ's estate)

mills at, 429-30, 438

Shakespeare, William

Hamlet, 611, 613n

Julius Caesar, 638, 639n

Shays's Rebellion, 169n, 314n

Sheaff, Henry

letter from cited, 689

letter to cited, 686

Shee, John, 338-9

sheep, 200n

Sheild, Samuel

advises on appointments, 349n, 374n

letter from cited, 349n, 687

Sheldon, Daniel, 23n, 286, 302, 613, 614n

Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 551, 560n

Shinn, Isaiah, 28, 681

shipbuilding, 67n, 91

Shoemaker, Jacob, 513

Shore, Dr. John

appointed collector, 260, 277-8, 286, 300, 317, 318, 346, 372, 518, 679, 682

Short, Peyton, 225, 226n, 258, 361, 468

Short, William

arrives in U.S., 161, 164

asked to buy books for Library of Congress, 41, 42, 75, 77, 80, 82, 86, 105, 241-2, 244n, 260, 472, 511

business affairs, 105, 161, 164, 196-7, 205, 225, 258, 427, 430, 450, 454, 465, 517-18, 608

canal shares of, 114, 140-1, 155, 161, 197

in D.C., 203, 205, 225, 258, 302

and J. Barnes, 427

letters from cited, 161n, 203n, 469n, 686, 687, 688, 689

letters to, 86, 105, 205, 468-9, 517-18

letter to cited, 205n, 686

salary due to, 157-8, 242, 244n, 260, 466-7, 468, 517-18

service in Spain, 157-8n

suggested to negotiate alliance in Mediterranean, 305

TJ forwards letters to, 161

TJ's debt to, xii, 468-9, 517, 518n

Va. lands, 263n

visits Monticello, 205, 215, 323, 361, 384n, 392, 400, 469n

Sibbald, George, 459, 460n, 464

Sicily, 18n

Sidney, Algernon, 551

Sierra Leone Company, 54-7, 326, 473-6

Silhouette, Étienne de

Mémoires des commissaires du roi et de ceux de sa Majesté Britannique, 77

silk, 62, 107-8, 312-13, 429n

silver, 517

Simmons, William (army officer), 458, 463

Simonds, Jonas

advises on appointments, 99-100

letter from, 99-100

Simons, James, 534-5

Simpson, James

advises government to write Sulayman, xlvii, 117

blocks wheat shipment to Tripoli, xlvii, 175-6, 189-91, 193, 194, 219, 221n, 269-70

expelled by Sulayman, xlvii, 175, 177, 189-91, 193, 194, 266n, 269

Madison approves actions of, 221n, 506n

negotiations with Morocco, 117-18n, 230, 276, 285, 290-1, 530-1

and passport request for Tripolitan frigate, 195n, 219, 221n

reports on Moroccan naval forces, 195n, 266n, 396n

returns to Morocco, 318, 319-20n, 322, 334-5, 350, 360, 365, 389-90, 395, 402-3, 409, 506

sends circular to U.S. consuls, 266n

See also Morocco; Sulayman, Mawlay, Sultan of Morocco

Sitgreaves, Samuel, 513-14, 523

Sketches of the History of America (James Thomson Callender), 73n

Skinner, Richard, 388n, 515

Skinner, Stephen

Etymologicon Linguæ Anglicanæ, 79

Skinner, Tompson J., 613n

Skipwith, Fulwar

advises on appointments, 419-20

letter from cited, 419-20n, 684

suggested as general commercial agent, 252n

and T. Sumter, Jr., 583n

Slate Run Church (Va.), 74

slavery

abolition of, 563n, 602-5

emancipation and manumission, 55

and Great Britain, 54-7, 473-6

in Jamaica, 474

reestablished by France, 303n

in Russia, xlix, 555, 600

in Va., 54-7

in W. Indies, 302-3

in Washington, D.C., 621n

slaves

children, 10-11, 13, 50, 80

clothing for, 108

as cooks, 623

exiled from Guadeloupe, x, 302-3, 311-12, 317, 318, 364, 376-7, 384-6, 389, 391-2, 400-1, 526-7

Gabriel's insurrection, 54-7

health of, 10, 13, 50, 80-1, 302n, 364

hiring of, 108n, 480, 621-2

importation of, 505-6, 532, 534, 601, 607, 623-4

maroons, 474

ongoing threat of insurrection by, x, 54-7, 302-3, 312n, 384-6, 422-3, 475n, 480-1n, 526-7, 603, 634n

paternalism toward, 597

punishment, maltreatment of, 602-5

relocation of T. M. Randolph's, 505-6, 532-3, 534, 601, 607, 623-4

removal of condemned, from Va., 54-7, 326, 337, 473-6, 530

runaways, 539

seized for payment of debts, 597

transportation of, 505

vales given to, by TJ, 259n

See also blacks; Jefferson, Thomas: Slaveholder

slave trade

arrest, prosecution of participants in, 606

and France, 204n, 311-12, 317, 318n, 364, 384-6, 391-2, 400-1

opposition to, 563n

renewal of, 204n

sale of rebellious slaves, 423n

smuggling of slaves, 311, 317, 318n, 389, 392

Sleidanus, Johannes

Abrégé chronologique de l'histoire universelle, 76

smallpox, 19-20, 67-8, 142

Smallwood, S., 516

Smirnov, Yakov, 149-50

Smith, Anna Kent, 303n

Smith, Christopher, 622n

Smith, Daniel (Vt.), 303n

Smith, George W., 508

Smith, Israel

advises on appointments, 298, 299n, 302, 303-4, 388-9, 515n

identified, 303-4n

letter to, 303-4

Smith, John (Ohio)

forwards St. Clair's speech, 656-7

identified, 657n

letter from, 656-7

Smith, John (Pa.), 27, 324n, 681

Smith, Jonathan

identified, 111-12n

and Kosciuszko's dividends, 111-12, 140, 154

letter from, 111-12

letter to cited, 112n

Smith, Joseph Allen, 149n

Smith, Josiah (Mass.)

appointed commissioner of bankruptcy, 28, 681

denies writing to TJ, 222n, 369-70, 424

letter from, 369-70

letter from cited, 222n, 686

letters to, 221-2, 424

and Mass. appointments, 221-2, 424

Smith, Margaret Bayard, 377n

Smith, Nathan, 102n

Smith, Noah, 304n

Smith, Robert

acquisition of gunboats, 328, 350

advises on appointments, 218, 418n

attends cabinet meetings, 530-1

family of, 632n

forwards commissions, warrants, 128-9, 248-9, 264, 306, 322

and instructions to R. V. Morris, 222, 232, 235-6, 265, 275-7, 304-6, 322-3, 328, 334

letters from, 128-9, 235-6, 248-9, 265-6, 304-6, 306, 327-8, 328, 334-5, 394-6, 542-3, 674-5

letters to, 193, 248, 264-5, 275-7, 284-5, 322-3, 350, 360, 406, 412-13, 506, 533

and Mass. claim on the U.S., 63-4, 350

and McNeill, 176n, 235, 304-5, 323

and Mediterranean squadron, vii-viii, 116, 193, 222, 230, 235-6, 265-6, 278, 282-3, 285, 304-5, 318, 327-8, 334, 359, 360, 389-90, 394-6, 402-3, 409, 410, 412-13, 423, 506

and Morocco, vii-viii, 193, 235-6, 261, 264-5, 265-6, 270n, 275-7, 278, 284-5, 290, 318, 322, 328, 334-5, 350, 360, 389-90, 394-6, 402-3, 409, 410, 506

and Mugford's claim, 248

Opinion on the Common Law and Hardin's Case, 667-8, 674-5

orders, instructions to officers, 327-8, 350

and proposed dry dock at Washington, 506, 542-3, 653n

and repair of navy vessels, 233n

TJ recommends applicants to, 63n, 533

and W. Barry, 533

in Washington, 53

Smith, Samuel (Md.)

family of, 632n

letters from, 42, 194-5

recommends aspirants for office, 42

sends news of Barbary affairs, 194-5

TJ orders, receives wine from, 565

Smith, Samuel Harrison

and Geffroy letters, 529n

letter to, 544

and Pichon, 49

prints lists of appointments, 178

receives printing contracts, 451n

as reference, 626

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

and Sally Hemings, 324n

TJ forwards papers to, 9n, 544

See also National Intelligencer (Washington)

Smith, Thomas

De republica Anglorum, 79

Smith, William (member of Parliament), 560, 564n

Smith, William C. (surgeon), 9

Smith, William Loughton, 149, 487-8n

smuggling

of slaves, 311, 317, 318n, 389, 392

in Spanish colonies, 345

Smyth, William C., 456

Snow, Daniel, 424

Society of the Sons of St. George (Philadelphia), 102n

Sodus Bay, N.Y., 88, 89n

Somers, John

Judgment of Whole Kingdoms and Nations, 79

Songes philosophiques (Louis Sébastien Mercier), 321n

Sonnenfels, Joseph von, 399n

Southall, Dr. James Barrett, 590, 591n

Southall, Turner, 590, 591n

South America, 56n, 302n, 303n

See also Buenos Aires

South Carolina

American Revolution in, 617n

bankruptcy commissioners, 617n

banks, 452n

Baptists in, 121n

and black exiles from Guadeloupe, x, 384-6, 526-7

elections in, 452-3n

Georgetown, 526-7n

and importation of slaves, 505-6, 532, 534, 601, 607, 623-4

and Indian affairs, 316-17, 389

marshal, 515, 682

militia, 385, 526-7

Rocky Mount armory, 145-7, 160, 165

slavery in, 602-5

treasurers, 121n

Waccamaw neck, 526-7

See also Charleston, S.C.; Federalists; Republicans

southern states

and black exiles from Guadeloupe, 302n

Southwest Point, Tenn., 251, 252n

Spain

Agriculture

merino sheep from, 200n

Colonies

and foreign consuls, 216-18, 254, 319n

regulation of commerce, 216-18, 220, 221n, 233, 245-6, 332, 344-5, 374, 375n, 380

relations with Chickasaw Indians, 315-16, 318, 319n

Río de la Plata viceroyalty, 332, 375n

Foreign Relations

and Algiers, 390

and black exiles from Guadeloupe, 302-3n

blockade of Gibraltar, 246n

cedes Trinidad, 585, 588n

with France, 17-18n, 69, 383, 480n, 584-6, 588n

with Great Britain, 18n, 585, 588n

and Treaty of Amiens, 588n

See also Cadiz, Spain

Politics and Government

ministers of state, 17-18n

movements of royal court, 18n, 206, 207

See also Carlos (Charles) IV, King of Spain

Science and Learning

scientific explorations, 118n

U.S. Relations with

and the Cabo de Hornos, 206, 207, 312n

consuls in Spain, 263-4, 296n

and Louisiana, 69, 90, 319n, 383, 391, 441, 443, 585-6

and Miss. Terr., 173, 174n

navigation of Mississippi River, 441, 443

possession of Florida, 383n

and royal weddings, 17-18, 370, 496-7

spoliation claims, 206, 207-8, 245, 345n, 631-2

trade with U.S., 171, 172n, 220, 221n, 233, 245-6

treaties, 383n, 441, 443

and U.S. Mediterranean squadron, 261, 305n, 306n

See also New Orleans

Spalding, Asa, 575n

Spanish language, 263n

Spelman, Sir Henry

English Works, 79

Glossarium Archaiologicum, 78

Spencer, Ambrose

advises on appointments, 34n, 501-2, 521n

identified, 502n

letter from, 501-2

Sperry, Jacob & Co., 293

Spooner, Ephraim, 663n

springs

Augusta Springs, 74, 75n

Berkeley Springs, 75n, 225, 226n, 258, 302, 323

Green Springs, 60, 87

medicinal, 14

Sulphur Springs, 597, 627n, 635n

Sweet Springs, 288, 289, 591, 593n, 626, 634, 635n

Sprogell, Thomas Y., 53

Squire (1727-1810, TJ's slave), 13

Stanford, William

Plees del Cron, 78

Stanly, John, 11

Stanton, Joseph, Jr.

letters from cited, 685, 686

reelected to Congress, 394n

Starr, Isaac H., 680

Starr, Jehosaphat, 680

State, U.S. Department of

consular appointments, 38n, 42, 58-60, 200, 203, 263-4, 295-6, 309-10, 374, 375-6n, 377-8, 380, 417-18n, 419-20, 663-4

and distressed seamen, 241, 243n, 244n, 259

land patents, 311

memorandum of commissions issued by, 518-19, 679

patent office, 645n

reduction of diplomatic establishment, 167, 416

secretaries of legation, 252, 582-3

uses ciphers, 367n, 586, 588-9n

See also bankruptcy commissioners; Madison, James; Wagner, Jacob

Statutes at Large from the Magna Charta, to the End of the Eleventh Parliament of Great Britain, Anno 1761 (Danby Pickering), 78

steamboats, 271-2

steam engines, 431-4, 567, 652-3

steel, 160

Steele, John (comptroller of Treasury)

defends conduct as comptroller, 394n

and E. Randolph's case, 467

forwards commissions, 88

invited to dine with TJ, 7

and James Simons, 534-5n

letters from, 8, 434-5

letter to, 7

and regulation of the Mississippi trade, 170-2, 217

requests, granted leave of absence, 8

resignation of, 434-5, 541, 542n, 614, 625, 639

and trade between U.S. and Canada, 22-3n

Steele, John (Va.), 346, 347n, 348n, 359

Steele, Mary Nesfield, 434

Stephens, Samuel

Address to the People Called Quakers, 106n

identified, 106n

letters from, 106, 413-14

sends pamphlets to TJ, 106, 413-14

Sterett, Andrew, 194, 347n

Sterne, Laurence, 293

Stevens, Edward, 103n

Stevensburg, Va., 74

Stevensburg Academy, 598n

stewards, 485-6

Stewart, Charles, 306n

Stewart, John (Alexandria)

letter from cited, 151n, 686

Stewart, Robert

letter from cited, 151n, 686

Stewart, William (blacksmith)

family of, 62, 63n

letters from cited, 689

letter to cited, 688

and TJ's mill, 429

Stewart, William G.

identified, 63n

letter from, 62-3

seeks appointment, 62-3, 533

Stiff-Armed George (Seneca Indian), 274-5n, 343n, 358

Stocker, Ebenezer, 168n

Stockholm, Aaron, 242n

Stockton, John, 159-60n

Stockton, Richard, 605n

Stoddert, Benjamin

and dredging of Potomac River, 548, 549n

letter from cited, 175n, 686

letter to, 196

and reports on TJ's health, 222

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

Stone, David

advises on appointments, 6, 7n, 11, 542, 635-6, 643-4

consideration of, for appointment, 522

letter from, 635-6

Stone, John Hurford

correspondence with Priestley, xlix, l, 550-1, 554-64, 598-600

identified, 560-1n

Stone, Thomas, 325, 326n

Stone, William, 560n

Story, Isaac

appointed bankruptcy commissioner, 28-9n, 136

commission rescinded, 145, 160, 161-2, 199, 216, 253, 266-7, 315, 342, 362n, 380, 681, 687

criticism of, 179n

letters from, 136, 253, 266-7

letter to, 161-2

seeks appointment, 253, 267, 315

Story, Joseph

appointed commissioner of bankruptcy, 29n, 145, 161-2, 199, 253, 266-7, 361-2, 378, 380, 519, 681

offered, declines appointment as naval officer, 660n

straw, 361

Strickland, William, 15-16n

Strobel, Daniel, 336

Strode, John

tavern of, xiii, 532-3, 640

Strong, Caleb

calls for reconciliation and harmony, 89, 92n

identified, 64n

letters from cited, 64n, 341n, 685, 687

letter to, 63-4

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

Strong, Selah, 240

Stuart, Gilbert (historian)

Historical Dissertation Concerning the Antiquity of the English Constitution, 79

Stuart (Stewart), John, 626, 627n

Stuart, Thomas, 28, 29n, 681

sugar, 164, 256, 340, 390, 391n, 624, 625n

suicide, 182-3

Sulayman, Mawlay, Sultan of Morocco

declares war, vii, xlvii, 175, 177, 189-91, 193, 194, 230, 235, 261, 265-6, 269-70, 278, 282, 284-5, 290, 305n

demands annuity, 506

demands passport for Tripolitan frigate, 194, 195n, 219

identified, 163n

letters to, xlvii, 162-4, 268-70, 314 (illus.)

responds to rebellions, 230, 232n, 261-2

restores peace, 318, 319-20n, 322, 334-5, 350, 360, 365, 389-90, 395, 402-3, 409, 413, 484, 506

suggested as mediator, 231, 269, 275

TJ drafts letter to, 117-18, 143, 162-4, 167, 175, 177, 189, 193, 230, 268-70, 275

TJ's letter to detained, 219, 282, 285, 290-1, 305n

U.S. seeks to conciliate, 230, 235, 236n, 276, 285, 365, 395, 530-1

and U.S. squadron, 162-4, 268

wants gun carriages, xlvii, 116-18, 135, 162, 175, 177, 189, 193, 219, 222, 230, 235, 266, 269, 275, 282, 285, 290-1, 305n, 360

wheat for Tripoli, vii, xlvii, 118n, 175-7, 189-91, 193, 194, 195n, 219, 262n, 266n, 269-70, 275, 510n

See also Morocco; Simpson, James

Sullivan, James

advises on appointments, 180n

elected governor, 64n

History of Land Titles in Massachusetts, 670, 672n

Summerville, William, 597

Sumter, Thomas, Jr.

as reference, 420n

resignation of, 167, 204n, 242, 252, 375n, 380, 381n, 382, 582-3, 586, 587, 589n

Sumter, Thomas, Sr.

advises on appointments, 486, 534-5

advises on T. M. Randolph's slaves, 532, 534, 607, 623

election of, as senator, 452n

letter from, 607

letter to, 534-5

and Rocky Mount armory, 145-6, 160, 165

surveyors

of canals, 548n

in D.C., 211-12, 234, 238n, 280n, 287-8, 327

of Indian boundaries, 273n

for Miss. Terr., 174n, 387

in Va., 329, 330n, 354, 356n

Susquehanna River, 545-6

Süssmilch, Johann Peter

L'ordre divin, 77

Swaine, Thomas, 40

Swan, Caleb, 21

Swartwout, John, 681

Sweden

and Barbary states, 118n, 176n, 189, 190n, 194, 208n, 283, 285, 291n, 305, 347n

Swedish dictionaries, 79

Swedenborg, Emanuel

Du Commerce de l'Ame et du Corps, 483, 484n

Sweeney, William, 249

Swift, Foster

letter from cited, 687

Swift, Joseph G., 458, 463

Switzerland

and France, 562n, 584, 586, 588n, 589n

Helvetic Republic, l, 599-600

immigrants from, 398-9

revolution in, 554n

Vaud, xlix-l, 553n

"Sybill Leafe" (pseudonym)

letter from, 430

and T. Paine, 430

Symmes, Daniel, 417n

Symmes, John Cleves, 109, 110n, 122, 150, 156, 416, 417n, 682

System of Exchange Operations between the Principal Places of Europe (Peter Kuhn, Jr.), 641n

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