Volume 39 Index

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eagle, American, li

Eaker, Joseph

asks TJ for assistance, 441-2

identified, 442n

letter from, 441-2

Early, Peter

advises on appointments, 606

letter from, 486-7

and road through Indian territory, 486-7

Eason, John (Va.), 131, 314, 315n

Eastburn, Robert

letter from, 488

sends ideas on ship preservation, 488

Eastern Branch. See Anacostia River

eastern states

opposition to acquisition of Louisiana in, 304-5

Eastin, Augustine

identified, 422n

letter from, 422

Letters on the Divided Unity, 422n

seeks appointment for son, 422

Eastin, Zachariah, 422n

East Indies, 276

Eaton, Joseph, 196n

Eaton, William, 77, 78n, 169n, 494n

Eddins, Samuel, 327, 328n

Edgar, William

identified, 300n

letter from, 299-300

resigns as bankruptcy commissioner, 299-300

Edgehill (Randolph estate), 70n, 310n, 338, 343, 489

Edinburgh, 385n

Edinburgh, University of, 598n

Edkin, George, 246-8, 250, 252, 259

education

academies, schools, xi, 181n, 186-8, 188-9, 242-3n, 243, 278-9, 456-7, 508n, 613-14

art, 363-4

benefits of, 186-7

of blacks, 426n

bookkeeping, 243n, 292n

of children, 575

essential to a free society, 613-14

foreign languages, 5-6, 9-10, 30-1, 243n, 562, 575

geography, 575

of Indians, 517n

influence of Federalists in, 278

legal, 334

public support for, 79n, 258n

of women, 508n, 619, 620n

See also attorneys; Jefferson, Thomas: Educational Theories; medicine

Edwards, Ninian, 292-3

Edwards, Pierpont

letter from, 581

recommends aspirants for office, 581

Elbert, Samuel, 600n, 614

Eldridge, Rolfe

identified, 514n

letter from, 513-14

suit re Granville estate, 513-14

Eldridge, Susanna Everard Walker, 513-14

election of 1796, 519, 522n

election of 1800, 77, 156-7

election of 1804, 472, 552

elephants, 145, 269-70n, 577

Eliza (ship), 422-5

Elizabeth Alekseevna, Empress of Russia, 532, 536-7, 540n

elk, 578n

Elk Run Church (Fauquier Co., Va.), 57

Ellery, Christopher

forwards letters to TJ, 56

and Geffroy letters, 610

letters from, 398-9, 610

letters from cited, 638, 640

letter to cited, 638

and N. Ingraham's case, 398-9

recommends aspirants for office, 638, 640

Ellicott, Andrew

astronomical research, 220n, 607

claim for reimbursement, 281-2, 327, 493

Journal of Andrew Ellicott, 282

letter from, 214

letter to cited, 640

map of southwestern U.S., 281-2

recommends aspirants for office, 214, 274

Elliot, James, 96-7

Elliot, Martha Day, 97n

Elliot, Samuel

Fayette in Prison, 97

forwards play, sends political news to TJ, 96-8

identified, 97-8n

letter from, 96-8

letter to cited, 98n, 636

Ellwood, John, 609

Elmendorf, Lucas C., 443n

Elmer, Ebenezer, 258

Elmer, Eli, 257-8

Elucidation of Regulations for the Formations and Movements of Cavalry (Robert Hewes), 13n

Elwyn, Thomas, 393, 394n

Emery, Ephraim, 298, 316n, 476-7, 586

Empress of China (ship), 160n

Enabling Act (1802), 79, 80n

Encyclopédie, ou dictionnaire raisonné des sciences, des arts et des métiers (Denis Diderot and Jean Le Rond d'Alembert), 461n

Encyclopédie méthodique

volumes of, owned by TJ, 458, 459-62

Enterprize (U.S. schooner), 24n, 193, 378, 379n, 568

Epicurus, 511, 512, 609-10

Epimenides, 40, 43, 45n

Epistle to a Friend on the Means of Preserving Health (Charles Willson Peale), 407, 523-4

Eppes, Francis (TJ's brother-in-law), 35

Eppes, Francis Wayles (TJ's grandson)

health of, 139, 309, 310n, 338, 489

TJ's affection for, 343

Eppes, John Wayles (TJ's son-in-law)

Albemarle lands of, 489, 560

elected to Congress, 343, 344n

to escort TJ's daughters to Washington, 57

and family's health, 488-9

invited to Monticello, 560

letters from, 147, 177-8, 211-12, 214-15, 265, 361, 488-90

letters from cited, 560n, 637, 638

letters to, 61-2, 138-9, 338-9, 560

makes payments for TJ, 61-2, 560

recommends aspirants for office, 361

reports on J. T. Callender's trial, 214-15, 265

sends legislative news to TJ, 147, 177-8, 211-12

sends news of family, plantation affairs, 488-90

TJ's affection for, 343

TJ sends news of politics, family to, 138-9, 338-9

Eppes, Mary Jefferson (Maria, Polly, Mrs. John Wayles Eppes, TJ's daughter)

descriptions of, x

health of, 139, 174, 488-9

invited to Monticello, 560

invited to Washington, 343-4

letter from, 309-10

letter to, 343-4

praise for, 527, 528

recipes for, 343, 344n

returns to Edgehill, x, 309-10, 338, 343

TJ gives money to, 136n

visit to Washington, ix-x, 3n, 58n, 61, 64, 643

worries about TJ, 309-10

Equality-A Political Romance (John Lithgow), 369n

Ernest, Matthew, 258n, 353n

Errard, Charles

Parallèle de l'architecture antique avec la moderne, 99n

Ervine, Samuel, 298

Essay on the First Principles of Government (Joseph Priestley), 86

Essay on the Manufacturing Interest (John Lithgow), 369n

Essays on Happiness of the Life to Come (Charles-Michel Villette), 620n

Essex (U.S. frigate), 33n

Europe

Americans should not stay too long in, 392

Eustis, Jacob, 368n

Eustis, William

advises on appointments, 368n, 615n

and Boston marine hospital, 196, 205

and proposed dry dock, 396n

as reference, 12, 160, 291, 604

as Republican leader, 97

and small vessels for navy, 366-7

Everard, Sir Richard, 513-14

Examiner (Richmond), 327, 328n

Experiments and Observations of Urinary and Intestinal Calculi (William S. Jacobs), 32-3

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