Volume 39 Index

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C

Cabell, Samuel J.

identified, 551n

letter from, 550-1

recommends aspirants for office, 550-1

Cache (Cash) River, 141

Cadiz, Spain, 122n, 273

Caldwell, John (Del.), 384n

Callender, James Thomson

assaulted by G. Hay, 211-12

criticism of, 77, 96, 102, 215

reports on TJ's relationship with Sally Hemings, 331n, 554n

and T. Paine, 331n

trial in Richmond, 214-15, 265

Calvinists, 622n

Campbell, Hugh G., 451n

Campbell, John (Pa.), 643

Campbell, Mr. (S.C.), 364-5

Canada, 325, 327n, 502n

canals, 560

See also James River Company; Potomac Canal Company

Canby, William

letter from, 426

seeks to increase TJ's spiritual life, 426

Canton, 159-60

capital punishment. See law

Capitol, U.S., xlvii

Carey, Mathew

letter from cited, 638

recommends aspirants for office, 85n, 638

caribou, 578n

Carlos (Charles) IV, King of Spain

and gift for D. Humphreys, 253

grants titles, 293

and letter of credence for Monroe, 499n

letter to cited, 636

and negotiations for W. Fla., 313

and termination of right of deposit at New Orleans, 209, 236, 238n

Carlton, William, 150-1, 153-4n

Carmalt, Alexander, 595, 614, 634

Carmichael, John F., 443n, 634

Carnes, Mr., 520

Carpenter, Thomas, 642

Carr, Dabney (TJ's nephew)

and copy of act for T. Newton, 11, 14, 123

letter from cited, 11n, 123n, 637

letter to, 11

payments to, 180, 482

recommends aspirants for office, 47n

Carr, Eleanor (Nelly, Mrs. Samuel Carr), 11

Carr, Elizabeth Carr, 11

Carr, Francis, 153n

Carr, John (b. 1753)

letter from, 46-7

recommends aspirants for office, 46-7

Carr, Martha Jefferson (Mrs. Dabney Carr, TJ's sister), 11

Carr, Mary (Polly, TJ's niece), 59, 172n

Carr, Overton, 54

Carr, Peter (TJ's nephew)

letters from, 337-8, 409-10

letter to, 383

recommends aspirants for office, 337-8, 383, 392, 409

sends news of Va. politics, 409-10

Carr, Samuel (TJ's nephew), 11

carriages, 58n, 213, 221, 341, 643

Carroll, Daniel (of Duddington)

declines dinner invitation, 106

letter from, 106

Carroll, Bishop John

forwards papers to TJ, 556-7, 579

letter from, 556-7

letter to, 579

as reference, 254, 545

Carroll, Michael B., 600n, 614

Carter, Landon

identified, 54n

introduced by J. Dawson, 34

letter from, 53-4

seeks patent, 53-4

Carter, Robert (“King”), 54n

Carter, Susana

asks TJ for money, 440-1

letter from, 440-1

cartoons, political

"Mad Tom in a Rage," l-lii, 322 (illus.)

"Providential Detection," li

Casanova, Giovanni Giacomo, 371n

Cassius Dio Cocceianus, 42, 44, 46n

Castlereagh, Robert Stewart, second Viscount of, 414n

catalpa trees, 126, 416, 417n

Cathalan, Eulalie (S. Cathalan, Jr.'s daughter), 468, 469n

Cathalan, Mme Stephen, Jr., 468

Cathalan, Mme Stephen, Sr., 468

Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.

letter to, 468-9

TJ orders groceries, wine from, 468-71

Cathalan, Stephen, Sr., 468

Cathcart, James Leander, 169n

Catherine II (the Great), Empress of Russia, 83, 84n, 533, 537, 540n

Catholic Church, 181n, 339, 419, 557n

Cato, William, 187n

cavalry, 12-13

Cavender, Thomas S.

identified, 216n

letter from, 216

states support and admiration for TJ, 216

cedars, 126, 416, 417n

Cederström, Olaf Rudolf, 173-4

Ceracchi, Giuseppe, 39-45, 107-8, 203-5

Ceracchi, Therese

identified, 108n

letters from, 107-8, 203-5

seeks compensation for husband's work, 40-1, 43-4, 45n, 107-8, 203-5

Certain Bar against the Approach of the Yellow Fever, Written for the Good of the Public (Joseph Hamilton), 626n

Cevallos (Ceballos) Guerra, Pedro, 317n

Chadbourn, Thomas, 423-4n

Chambertin, France, 471

Champlain, Lake, 58n, 346n, 437, 596n, 633

Champlin, John, 400

Chanoine Monron, M.

vineyard, 469, 471

Chapin, Israel, Jr., 497n

Charles Emanuel IV, King of Sardinia, 533, 537, 540n

Charles II, King of England, 514n

Charleston, S.C.

attorneys, 364-5

bankruptcy commissioners, 633

Charleston Marine Society, 292n

custom house, 364-6

merchants, 406

naval officer at, 365

newspapers, 292n

Charleston Courier, 292n

Charlevoix, Pierre François Xavier de

Histoire de la Nouvelle France, 275-6

Chase, Salmon, 415n, 612n

Chateaubriand, François René de

Atala, xlix

Chaudron, Simon, 407

Cheetham, James, 322n

Chemical Society of Philadelphia, 33n

Cheney, Benjamin, 131, 132, 143, 632

Chew, William L., 298, 551, 614

Chiassi, Gaetano, 107, 108

Chickasaw Bluffs, 232, 332n, 356, 494n

Chickasawhay River, 279-80

children

child labor, 248

deaths of, in infancy, 48, 49n

education of, 575

illnesses, 48, 309, 338, 489

Indian, xlvii-xlix, 322 (illus.)

named after TJ, 243n

orphans, 111-12

slave, 48, 49n, 405

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)

China, 159-60, 207n

Chipman, Darius, 633

Chipman, Nathaniel

Sketches, 86

Chisholm, Hugh

letter from cited, 638

letter to cited, 638

payments to, 639

Chribbs, William, 315

Christianity

among Indians, l, 290n, 530n

apocrypha, 339-41

Arianism, 422n

millennialism, 206-8

Sabbatarianism, 154n, 339-40

See also Bible; Jefferson, Thomas: Religion; religion

Church, Angelica Schuyler, xlviii, 418, 527, 528

Church, Catherine. See Cruger, Catherine Church

Church, Thomas, 400

cider

bottling of, 51

brandy added to, 556

from N.J., 234-5

ordered by TJ, 51, 234-5, 465, 480, 491, 543

Citizen and Farmer's Almanac (Bonsal & Niles), 620n

City Point, Va., 6, 7, 489

Claiborne, Ferdinand L., 159n

Claiborne, Richard

invents boat propulsion system, 140

letter from, 140

Claiborne, William C. C.

advises on appointments, 158-9

appointments by, 95n

clerks, 334n

and Indian affairs, 381n

and land claims in Miss. Terr., 20

and removal of John Steele, 196

and termination of right of deposit at New Orleans, 209-10, 236, 237n, 238n, 244n

Clark, Cary, 299

Clark, Daniel, 95n

Clark, George Rogers

identified, 142n

land speculations by, 332, 333n

letter from, 141-2

and site of Fort Jefferson, 141-2

Clark, William, 141-2

Clark, James West, 632

Clarke, Elijah, Jr., 69-70

Clarke, Jeremiah, 360n

Clarke, William (d. 1802)

death of, 76, 78n, 112, 142n, 148, 195, 229, 230, 437, 633

Clay, Joseph (Pa.), 612n

Clay, Matthew

identified, 594n

letter from, 594-5

recommends aspirants for office, 594-5

Clayton, Joshua, 398n

clerks

competition for positions as, 6, 7

county, 514n

court, 467n

custom house, 284n, 346n, 364-6

mercantile, 6, 7, 200, 210

post office, 292n

State Department, 56n

territorial, 142n, 334n

town, 358n, 359n

Treasury Department, 135n

Cleveland, Benjamin, 178n

Clinton, DeWitt

advises on appointments, 300n, 640

as committee member, 223n, 315-16n, 525n

letters from cited, 640

opposes Ross resolutions, 554n

as reference, 374

Clinton, George

advises on appointments, 595

and election of 1796, 519, 522n

and Indian affairs, 222n, 517n

as reference, 587

clocks

clockmakers, 505-6

great clock at Monticello, 505-6

cloth

sail cloth, 248

clothing

Native American, xlviii-l, 322 (illus.)

shirts, 405

tippets, 642

Coasting Act (1793), 262, 264n

Cochran, Charles Burnham, 315

Cochran, John (N.Y.), 630n

Cochran, Robert E. (S.C.), 315

Cocke, William

advises on appointments, 272-3

letters from, 272-3, 486-7, 549-50

letter to, 566-7

letter to cited, 273n

opposes Ross resolutions, 554n

and road through Indian territory, 486-7, 549-50, 566-7

Codman, Richard, 253

coffee, 463, 485, 486n

Coffin, Alexander, 155n

Coit, Thomas, Jr., 299

Collected Wisdom of the Ages (John Lithgow), 369n

Collection des moralistes anciens (Pierre Charles Lévesque), 391n, 448

Collier, Jeremy, 634

Collier, Thomas (Ga.), 522, 523n

Collins, Charles, Jr., 400

Collins, Charles, Sr., 401n

Collins, Josiah, 514n

Columbia, Bank of (Georgetown), 118n, 560

Columbia College, 583n

Columbian Centinel (Boston), 152, 154n

Columbian Gallery of Painting and City Museum (New York City), 476n

Columbian Orator (Caleb Bingham), 619, 620n

Columbia River, 292n

commerce. See United States: Economy

Common Sense (Thomas Paine), l, 73

Complete History of Connecticut, Civil and Ecclesiastical (Benjamin Trumbull), 81n

Concise History of the Autumnal Fever (Dr. John Vaughan), 367, 386

Condit, John

letter from, 234-5

obtains cider for TJ, 234-5

Condorcet, Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas de Caritat, Marquis de, 532, 537, 540n

Confederation, Articles of, 324, 327n

Congregationalists, 605n

Congress, U.S.

Continental

bounty and pension claims, 442n, 499-500

Committee for Foreign Affairs, 285n

House of Representatives

appropriations and expenditures, 134, 170-1n, 183-4, 202, 212, 347n, 410, 584n

and Barbary states, 171n

bounty and pension claims, 442n, 499-500, 586-7, 588n

contingent expenses, 357-8

and countervailing duties, 171n, 374-6

and damage claims for ship captures, 560-1, 564, 573-5

and discharged seamen in foreign ports, 171n, 357

and District of Columbia, 388-9

and fisheries, 171n

foreign intercourse expenditures, 584n

funding for internal improvements, 118n

and Indian affairs, 350-7

and Indiana Territory, 227-8n, 525

injunction of secrecy, 236, 237, 354n, 584n

investigates termination of right of deposit at New Orleans, 208-10, 236-8, 348, 443n

and J. Pickering impeachment, 443-4

journals of, 237

Ky. memorial on New Orleans, 105n

and Louisiana, 236-7

and Marine Corps, 484, 565-6

messages to, 208, 212, 225, 237-8, 238, 271-2, 318, 350-4, 354-5, 357-8, 388-9, 443-4, 525, 573, 611

message to, not sent, 65-6

and militia, 171n, 271-2, 579-80, 611

and the Mint, 318

naturalization, 412, 414-15n

printing contracts, 212n

and proposed dry dock, xlvi, 171n, 225, 395, 396n, 402, 488, 505, 506n

and proposed western expedition, ix, 352-4, 584n

public support for education, 258n

quorum assembled, vii, 133n, 169n, 174

and repeal of bankruptcy law, 554n

sale of public lands, 239-40, 432-3n

and sedition, 154n

and small vessels for navy, 366-7

and St. Clair's removal, 65-6

See also Annual Message to Congress (1802)

Legislation

coasting trade, 264n

collection laws, 260-4

compensation for revenue officers, 284, 285n

and continuation of the Mint, 319, 320n

discharge of public debt, 24n, 170n

and District of Columbia, 197-200, 371, 373n, 389n

establishment of revenue districts, 442-3, 493, 494n

foreign intercourse expenditures, 584

Indian affairs, ix, 287, 289n, 351, 356-7n, 379, 380n, 515, 517n, 522n

Indiana Territory, 177

and judiciary, 543

Library of Congress, 419-21, 447, 448, 608-9

lighthouses, 455-6n

and Miss. Terr., 594-5, 613, 621-2

navy expenditures, 347n, 379n, 568

Ohio statehood, 79, 80n

patents, 254, 545, 546n

and Portsmouth fire, 394n

publication of statutes, 264n

registration of vessels, 264n

regulation of the Mississippi trade, 442-3

sale of public lands, 239-40n, 594-5

and slave trade, 399, 400-1n

and small vessels for the navy, 366-7

and Twelfth Amendment, 472

and Wabash saline, 355n

and western expedition, ix, 343n, 354n, 584, 588, 618

See also Bankruptcy Act (1800)

Public Opinion

calls to shorten sessions of, 243, 278

Senate

appropriations and expenditures, 347n

contingent expenses, 357-8

and convention with Spain, 316-17

and damage claims for ship captures, 560-1, 564, 573-5

and discharged seamen in foreign ports, 357

and District of Columbia, 388-9

foreign intercourse expenditures, 584n

and Indian affairs, 350-7

and Indiana Territory, 227-8n, 525

and Indian treaties, 60, 221-3, 223-4, 279-80, 562-3

injunction of secrecy, 223n, 354n

and J. Pickering impeachment, 444n

letter to president of, 384

and Marine Corps, 566n

messages to, 175, 182, 221-3, 223-4, 225, 279-80, 312-13, 313-16, 316, 316-17, 318, 350-4, 354-5, 357-8, 388-9, 436-8, 524, 525, 562-3, 573, 614-15

message to, not sent, 65-6

and the Mint, 318

naturalization, 412, 414-15n

presentation of members' credentials, 384n

president pro tempore, 134n, 169n

and proposed dry dock, 225

and proposed western expedition, 352-4, 584n

quorum assembled, vii, 133-4, 138-9, 169n, 174

sale of public lands, 432-3n

and St. Clair's removal, 65-6

and termination of right of deposit at New Orleans, vii, 105n, 554n

and TJ's nominations, 131-3, 143, 175, 182, 306, 312-13, 313-16, 316, 328, 333, 436-8, 485, 490, 524, 552n, 586, 614-15, 631-2

See also Annual Message to Congress (1802)

Coningham (Conningham, Cunningham), Cornelius, 308, 311

Connecticut

attorneys, 93

brewers, 478-9

Farmington, 92-3

Hartford, 92-3

Hartford Co., 581

histories of, 80-1

Middletown, 581

militia, 611

New London, 612, 634

Norwich, 207n

Saybrook surveyorship, 581

settlers from, in Pa., 626n

sheriffs, 581

Windsor, 581

See also bankruptcy commissioners; Federalists; New Haven, Conn.; Republicans

Connecticut Republicans

letter to, 8-9

thanked by TJ, 8-9

Connecticut River, 98n

Conner (Connor), John

and Buckongahelas's address, 289-90n

claim for travel expenses, 296-7

identified, 297n

letter from, 296-7

Connor, William

letter from, 266-7

seeks pardon, 266-7

Conrad, John

identified, 176n

Conrad, John, & Co. (Philadelphia)

forwards sample of American printing to TJ, 175-6

letter from, 175-6

Conrad & McMunn (Washington), 72-3n

Constellation (U.S. frigate), 117

Constitution of the State of Ohio, 210

Constitution of the United States

and acquisition of new territory, 302-5, 324-7, 328

and appointments and removals, 9

Bill of Rights, 265n

and commerce clause, 352-3

declaring war, enacting peace, 19

and executive power, 332

limits on federal authority, 405-6

as model for others, 86

ratification of, 450n, 551n

and Tenth Amendment, 326

and Twelfth Amendment, 472

"Construction of Iron Bridges" (Thomas Paine), 331n

Convention of 1800, 25, 276, 277n

Coombs (Combs), William, 258-9n

Cooper, Thomas

forwards letter, thoughts on government, 83-4

letter from, 182-3

letter from cited, 84n, 637

letter to, 83-4

"Propositions" on civil government, 86

seeks appointment for his son, 73n, 84, 182-3

Cooper, Thomas, Jr., 73, 84, 182-3

copper

coinage of, 319

Coppinger, Joseph

letters from, 254-5, 545-6

letter to cited, 579n, 640

recommendations of, 556-7, 579

seeks patent, 254-5, 545-6

Coppinger, William, 557n

copying press, 407, 597

corn, 62, 192-3, 480, 481n

Cornplanter (Seneca Indian)

leader of Allegheny River Senecas, 517n

letter to, 496-7

opposes sale of Seneca lands, viii, xlviii, 496-7, 501

Corny, Marguerite Victoire de Palerne de

health of, 527-9

letter from, 527-9

letter to, 417-18

TJ reaffirms friendship with, xi, 417-18

Cosway, Maria Hadfield

and Czartoryski, 540n

letter to, 418-19

proposal to publish Louvre etchings, 419

TJ reaffirms friendship with, 418-19

cotton

manufacturing, 358n, 525-6

Cotton, William Crow, 605n

cougars, 577, 578n, 579n

Council Bluffs, 292n

Courts, U.S.

Circuit

District of Columbia, 266-7, 308-9, 310-11, 360, 403-4

and Granville estate, 513-14

and Hendrick case, 560-1

in N.C., 513-14

District

Ky., 332-3

N.H., 368, 422-5, 491-2

in Ohio, 614, 634

R.I., 399

and slave trade, 399

Public Opinion

and common law, 152

conflicts of interest by judges, 332-3

dominated by Federalists, 150-2, 153-4n

impeachment, removal of judges, 368, 422-5, 472-3, 474n, 491, 492n

Supreme Court

and extradition of deserters, 23-4n

and Granville estate, 513-14

courts-martial, 13

cowpox. See smallpox

Coxe, John Redman

letters from, 129, 267-8

letter to, 113

and smallpox vaccination, 113, 129, 220n, 267-8

Coxe, Tench, 314, 638

Cranch, William, 267n, 308n, 361n, 403

Crane, Silas, 131, 132, 314

crime

counterfeiting, 533, 537

embezzlement, 598n

fraud, 364-5

gambling, 266-7, 308-9, 310-11, 360, 403-4

robbery, 535-9

theft, 36-7, 319

See also law; murder; smuggling

Crockett, Joseph, 148n

Cross, Ralph, 314, 315n

Croswell, Andrew (1709-1785), 604, 605n

Croswell, Joseph

identified, 605n

letter from, 602-6

New World Planted, 604, 605n

seeks appointment, 602-6

Croswell, Lucy Allen, 605n

Crowninshield, Jacob

advises on appointments, 116n, 149, 485, 490, 491n

calls for removals by, 153n

as Republican leader, 97

Crozier, John, 272, 633

Cruger, Catherine Church, 418, 527, 528, 529n

Cuba, 179, 325

See also Havana, Cuba

Currie, James

account with TJ, 435

letter from, 435

Cutler, Manasseh, x, 525-6

Cutter, Daniel, 357n

Cutts, Charles

letter from, 491-2

recommends aspirants for office, 491-2

Cutts, Edward

letter from, 491-2

recommends aspirants for office, 491-2

Cutts, Richard, 358, 359n, 360n

Cuvier, Georges, 576, 577n

Cuyler, Stephen, 628-9, 634

Czartoryski, Adam Jerzy, 532-3, 536-7, 540n

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