Volume 39 Index

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F

Fairfax Court House, Va., 57

Fanny (sloop), 399

Farley, Joseph, Jr., 130, 314, 315n

Farmers' Bank of Wilmington (Del.), 480n

Farmer's Brother (Seneca Indian)

defies customs laws, 502n

identified, 516-17n

leader of Seneca delegation, viii, xlviii, 514-18

letter to, 514-18

Farquhar, Richard, 495n

Fayette in Prison: or Misfortunes of the Great (Samuel Elliot), 97

Federal Gazette (Baltimore), 39n

Federalist (Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison), 86, 642

Federalists

accused of lies, misrepresentations, 22, 151-2, 236-7, 394

attorneys among, 582

and banks, 560

in Boston, 151, 153

clergy allied with, 582

and common law, 152, 474n

in Conn., 93, 273-4, 478, 552, 581

criticize T. Paine, l, 73-4n, 116, 154n, 216, 322n, 331, 554n

in Del., 82-3, 160-1, 188, 398n, 479, 502-4, 557, 571-2

in Detroit, 258n

and discharge of public debt, 24-5n, 82, 83-4

and election of 1804, 552

Essex Junto, 150

former Loyalists among, 587, 588n

in Ga., 34-5, 518-20

hostile toward immigrants, foreigners, 154n, 411-15

and Indian affairs, 518-20, 521

in Indiana Terr., 76

influence on education, 278

and J. T. Callender, 77, 211, 554n

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

jury packing by, 150-1

in Ky., 77, 389

lack confidence in TJ's administration, 236-7

leaders irreconcilable, 135, 418, 451, 467, 547

and Louisiana, 236

in Mass., 97, 115-16, 149, 150-4, 552, 582, 602-6

in Md., 156-7

in Me., 116, 149, 346-7n, 358, 415-16

mismanage, obfuscate public finances, 83-4, 329-30

monopolize public offices, 9, 135, 546-7

in N.H., 425n, 552

in N.J., 258

in Ohio, 226, 336

oppose any Republican proposal, 133, 260

in Pa., 100, 102-3n, 389, 471-3, 552-5

in Philadelphia, 173

printers, newspapers, 8n, 100, 147, 152, 154n, 212n, 331n, 411, 414n, 451, 553, 554-5n

removal of, expected, urged, 115-16, 149, 150-4, 154-5, 161, 346-7n, 415-16, 425, 546-7, 557, 581, 588n

return to Republican ranks, 9, 467, 546, 552

and Sabbatarianism, 154n

in S.C., 174

seized by frenzy, madness, 451-2, 467, 546

and Spain, 236-7

and termination of right of deposit at New Orleans, vii, 306, 328-9, 338-9, 341, 394, 444, 552, 554n, 623

threaten, abuse freedom of the press, 147n, 473, 553, 554-5n

threaten, remove Republican subordinates, 571-2, 581

and TJ's appointments, 485

and TJ's dry dock proposal, 20, 173

and TJ's letter to the National Institute, 8n

in Va., 147, 211-12, 327, 328n

in Vt., 346n

Felix, Louise Françoise, 93-6, 202-3

fencing, 12-13

Ferdinand IV, King of Naples (and King of Sicily), 191

ferries, 57, 58n, 310n

fireproofing, 189

fires

at New Haven, 478n

at Portsmouth, N.H., xi, 311-12, 393-4

First Presbyterian Church (Philadelphia), 176n

fisheries, 168, 171n

Fisk, Moses, 272, 633

Fitz, Gideon, 99, 341

Fitzhugh, William

letters to, from cited, 640

Fitzjames, William, 48, 49n

FitzSimons, Thomas, 123n

Flagg, Samuel, 582n

Flanders, 74-5

flax

spinning, 246-53, 259

Flood, Nicholas, 35

Florida

acquired by U.S. (1819), 122n

boundaries, 279n, 303

descriptions of, 430, 508n

Indian affairs in, 381n

Spanish administration of, 179n

and Spanish cession of Louisiana to France, 302-3, 312-13

U.S. seeks to acquire, 241, 302-5, 324, 329, 430, 446n, 565n, 584n, 623-4, 625

Flowers of Modern History (Rev. John Adams), 619, 620n

food and drink

acorns, 535, 538

ale, 478

almonds, 470

anchovies, 470, 485

apricots, 541n

artichokes, 470

barley, 463, 485-6

brandied fruit, 470

brandy, 471, 556

bread, 536, 539, 541n

capers, 470, 485

chestnuts, 534, 538

crackers, 463, 485, 486n, 549

dates, 470

figs, 470

flour, 485

food preservation, 255n, 545

gin, 406n

grapes, 541n

macaroni, 470

molasses, 480

mushrooms, 535, 538

oil, 470, 485

olives, 470, 485, 534, 538

pancakes, 405

peaches, 532, 535, 536, 538, 541n

pistachios, 470n

plums, 541n

porter, 463, 485, 486n, 549

preserved fruits, 470

prunes, 470

raisins, 485

rice, 463, 485-6

soups, 470

strawberries, 541n

truffles, 470

tuna, 470

whiskey, 643

See also cider; coffee; corn; sugar; tea; wine

Ford, Elizabeth

asks TJ for assistance, 119

letter from, 119

forgery, 23n, 88

Forrest, Uriah, 309n, 361n

Fort Wayne, 289n, 332n, 355, 356

Fosdick, Nathaniel

removal of, 116, 149, 151, 346-7n, 415-16, 437, 634

Fossett, Joseph (1780-1858, Joe, TJ's slave), 405n

fossils, 220n, 269-70n

Foster, Dwight

as committee member, 438n, 524n

invited to dine with TJ, 241

letter to, 241

Foster, Peregrine, 315

Foster, Theodore

as committee member, 169n

letters to, from cited, 638

Fowler, Alexander

defends reputation to TJ, 99-103

identified, 102n

letter from, 99-103

Fowler, John

letter from, 486-7

as reference, 389

and road through Indian territory, 486-7

Fox (brig), 191, 194n

France

Agriculture

agricultural societies, 105, 106-7

Architecture

Halle aux Bleds, xlvi-xlvii, 124n

Art

exhibited at Louvre, 419n

Colonies

insurrections, 67-8, 276, 491

See also Saint-Domingue, W.I.

Economy

china manufacturing, 75

Foreign Relations

and Italy, 194

as mediator in Barbary affairs, 192, 195n

rivalry with Great Britain, 219n

Military

cavalry, 12

National Institute of Arts and Sciences

letter to, 7-8

members of, 109, 110, 459n, 577n

TJ elected to, 7-8, 463-4

Navy

desire to strengthen, 219n

Politics and Government

Council of Five Hundred, 181n

coup of 18 Brumaire, 181n

decline of republicanism in, 83

and immigration, 414n

newspaper restrictions, 83

See also Bonaparte, Napoleon

Science and Learning

boarding schools, 181n

École Polytechnique, 181n

Linnean Society of Paris, 45n

zoology, 577n

Society

Catholic Church in, 181n

optimistic spirit, 509, 510

U.S. Relations with

affected by cession of Louisiana to France, vii, 163-4, 429-30, 452, 468

consular convention (1788), 18-19, 23n

and discriminating duties, 170n, 374-6

extradition of deserted seamen, 18-19, 23-4n

and Florida, 430, 623

French as U.S. consuls, 468, 469n, 615n

French consuls in U.S., 508n

immigrants to U.S., xlviii, 89-90, 230n, 257

and Indian affairs, viii, 286, 290n, 497n, 518n, 521, 522-3n, 529, 530n, 591-2

interference with U.S. shipping, commerce, 274n, 317n

and Ky., 219n

See also Convention of 1800; Louisiana; New Orleans

Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor, 194, 616

Franklin, Benjamin

library of, 419-21, 427-8, 447, 448-9, 511-13, 608-9

Works, 619-20

Franklin, Bernard, 178n

Franklin, Jesse

advises on appointments, 178

identified, 178n

letter from, 178

Franklin, Mary Cleveland, 178n

Franklin (brig), 164, 170n

Fréart de Chambray, Roland

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

Frederick II, King of Prussia (Frederick the Great), 83, 88n

Fredericksburg, Va., 195n, 633, 635n

Freeman, John, 309, 310n, 341, 343

Freemasons, 208n, 265, 384

French language

dictionaries, 575, 588

in Indiana Terr., 229, 230

Indian language translated into, 270n

instruction in, 5-6, 9-10, 30-1, 243n, 562, 575

neologies, 370-1, 382

spoken by candidates for office, 277

TJ letters translated to, from, 578-9n

French Revolution

causes of, 12n

impact of, on French spirit, 509, 510

Reign of Terror, 74n, 458n, 577n

TJ's opinion on, 418

Friends, Society of, 611, 612n

Fulton, Samuel, 71, 72n

Fumfrey (Pumphry), Samuel, 36-7

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