Volume 39 Index

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Lacépède, Bernard Germain Étienne de La Ville-sur-Illon, Comte de

Discours d'ouverture et de clôture du cours de zoologie, 576-8

forwards books to TJ and others, 576-9, 584, 588, 589n

Histoire naturelle, 461, 578n

letter to, 576-9

Lacretelle, Pierre Louis de, 73

Ladd, Eliphalet, 425n

Ladd, John G., 485, 486n

Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de, 12n, 97, 137n, 527, 528

La Harpe, Frédéric César de, 95n

Lake Champlain, battle of (1814), 58n

Lamar, Marien, 436, 438n, 633

Lambert, John

letter from cited, 640

land speculation, 239-40, 332-3, 380, 432-3

Lane, Samuel, 551, 614

Langdon, Henry S., 368n

Langdon, John

advises on appointments, 368, 492n

and impeachment of J. Pickering, 368

letters from, 368, 393-4

letter to, 311-12

and Portsmouth fire, 311-12, 393-4

Langdon, Woodbury, 368n, 393, 394n

Lange, Adam, 406

Lange, John Conrad

asks TJ to forward papers, 406

letter from, 406

La Porte du Theil, François Jean Gabriel de, 7-8n

La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, François Alexandre Frédéric, Duc de, 106, 532, 537, 540n

La Rochelle, France, 614, 615n, 634

Latimer, George, 229, 314

Latimer, Henry, 189n, 243, 279n

Latimer, Mr. (Va.), 327

Latin, 10

Latrobe, Benjamin Henry

criticism of, 301-2

declares respect and esteem for TJ, 110-11

health of, 81

letters from, 10-11, 63-4, 81, 110-11, 173-4

letters from cited, 257n, 638, 639

letters to cited, 257n, 638, 639

letter to, 4

and plan for dry dock, xlv-xlvii, 4, 10-11, 110-11, 123-5, 168, 171n, 173-4, 225, 322 (illus.), 394-6, 504-5

and Potomac Canal, 63-4, 81

TJ buys sheet iron from, 257n

Laurance, John, 23n

Laussat, Pierre Clément, 522n

law

bankruptcy, 375

Bill of Rights, 265n

books, 97

capital punishment, 88, 515

collection laws, 260-4

common, 152, 474n

conflicts of interest by judges, 332-3

corporal punishment, 37

extradition and outlawry, 23n

freedom of the press, 265n

libel, 150-1, 153-4n, 211, 215, 473, 553, 554-5n

mercantile, 468n

and neutral rights, 573-5

patents, 545, 546n

preservation of the peace, 214-15

quarantine, 435

salvage, 495-6n

sedition, 154

See also attorneys; Courts, U.S.; crime

Law, Rufus

letter from cited, 638

Laws of the United States of America, 264n

Lea, James, 188-9n

Lear, Tobias, 486

Lebrun, Charles François, 624, 625, 626n

Leçons d'Histoire (Constantin François Chasseboeuf Volney), 620n

Lectures on Female Education (J. Burton), 619, 620n

Lectures on History (Constantin François Chasseboeuf Volney), 619, 620n

Lee, Edmund Jennings

letters to, from cited, 638

Lee, William (1772-1840), 471n

Lee, William (Vt.), 427, 437

Lee, William, Jr., 585n, 633

Lee, William R., 132, 313

Leghorn (Livorno), Italy, 191-2, 194n, 273

Le Havre, France, 6, 7, 68, 69, 417, 458

Leib, Michael

advises on appointments, 611-12

as committee member, 415n

letter from, 611-12

and Louisiana, 218n

recommended for appointment, 449-50

Leiper, Thomas

letter from, 435-6

recommends continuation of A. McLane in office, 435-6

Lemaire, Étienne

health of, 48

orders groceries, supplies for Monticello, 549n

orders groceries, supplies for President's House, 468-9, 470-1n

and President's House accounts, 641-3

sends recipes to TJ's daughters, 343, 344n, 405

Lenox, Peter, 641

Leonard, John West, 399

Lequinio de Kerblay, Joseph Marie

letter from, 56-7

seeks TJ's esteem, 56-7

Le Roi voyageur ou examen des abus de l'administration de la Lydie (Jean Andre Perreau), 619, 620n

Leslie, Robert

criticizes Latrobe's dry dock plan, 301-2, 394-6, 402, 504-7

letters from, 301-2, 394-6, 504-7

letter to, 402

plan of a dry dock, 397-8

retires from clock and watch business, 505-6

Letters from a Father to His Son (John Aikin), 619

Letters on the Divided Unity (Augustine Eastin), 422n

Letters to the Citizens of the United States (Thomas Paine), li, 73-4, 322n

Letter to George Washington (Thomas Paine), l

Lévesque, Pierre Charles

Collection des moralistes anciens, 391n, 448

Levy, Simon M., 298

Lewis, Charles Lilburne (TJ's brother-in-law), 480

Lewis, Lilburne (TJ's nephew)

letter from cited, 638

letters to cited, 481n, 637, 639

payments to, 480

Lewis, Meriwether

account with TJ, 57-8

delivers messages to Congress, 169n, 175n, 182n, 208n, 223n, 224n, 236, 280n, 315n, 317n, 356n, 357n, 389n, 438n, 524n, 563n, 573n, 615n

escorts TJ's family to Washington, 57-8

"Estimated Costs of Missouri River Expedition," 342-3

health of, 48

letter from, 342-3

payments on behalf of, 642

payments to, 575

and preparation, delivery of annual message, vii, 168-9n

servant of, 49n

TJ's opinion of, ix, 588-9, 598-9, 602, 618

TJ's private secretary, 13, 15, 17, 102n, 209n, 241n, 272n, 341, 353n, 372n, 451n, 597, 598n, 610n

See also Lewis and Clark expedition

Lewis, Samuel (Philadelphia), 281

Lewis and Clark expedition

appropriation for, 353, 354n, 584

astronomical observations, 608n

confidential message to Congress about, ix, 16, 20-1, 24n, 350-4

expenses, 342-3

journals, 176n

leadership of, 142n, 597

preparations for, 576, 588-9, 598-9, 601-2, 618

L'Hommedieu, Ezra, 222n

libraries. See Jefferson, Thomas: Library; Library of Congress

Library of Congress

books for, 50-1, 445n, 458, 459n

funds for, 31-2, 608-9

offered Benjamin Franklin's library, 419-21, 427-8, 447, 448, 608-9

TJ sells his library to, 462n

lifeboats, 11

lighthouses

appointment of keepers, superintendents, 324, 327, 328n, 640

appropriations for, 25

Dearborn's N.C. lighthouse contract, 452-6

Ligny, France, 90n

Lilly, Gabriel

and icehouse at Monticello, 129, 405

and J. W. Eppes, 489

letters from cited, 405n, 638, 639

letters to cited, 99n, 172n, 637, 638, 639

overseer at Monticello, 70, 560

payments to, 61, 62n, 172n

supervises nailery, 98, 99, 115n

and W. Short's tenants, 162, 627

Lincoln, Abraham, 582n

Lincoln, Benjamin, 196n, 205

Lincoln, Levi

advises on acquisition of new territory, 302-5, 324-5, 328

advises on annual message to Congress, 15-17, 28-9, 29-30, 170n

advises on appointments, 149, 415-16, 425, 490, 491n

attends cabinet meetings, 241

and Hendrick case, 493, 495n, 560, 561n

invited to dine with TJ, 415

letters from, 29-30, 115-16, 150-4, 302-5, 415-16, 425, 582

letters to, 28-9, 149, 241

recommends removals, 115-16, 151-3, 425

reports on New England politics, 150-4, 582

as Republican leader, 97

requested to consult with TJ, 305n

and T. Paine, 116

Lincoln, Levi, Jr., 582n

Lindemann, Wilhelm Anton, 574

linguistics, historical, 458n

Linn, John Blair

Powers of Genius, 175, 176n

Linnean Society of Paris, 45n

Lisbon, 273, 321, 323

Liston, Robert, 473

Lithgow, John

identified, 369n

letter from, 369

sends newspapers to TJ, 369

works by, 369n

Little Turtle (Miami Indian), 233-4n, 288n, 289n

Livermore, Edward St. Loe, 425n

Liverpool, 259, 273

Livingston, Cornelia Schuyler, 583n

Livingston, Edward

letter from, 363-4

and society for promotion of fine arts, 363-4

Livingston, Eliza Barclay, 583n

Livingston, Robert R.

advises on appointments, 149, 438n

agricultural interests, 74-5

and books for Library of Congress, 31-2, 50-1, 458

and the Boston, 330

commission for, 320-1

and discriminating duties in Europe, 170n

instructions to, 445-6n, 564-5

and Kosciuszko, 96n

letter from, 74-5

letters to, 50-1, 444-6

to negotiate for New Orleans, viii, 312-13, 320-1, 429, 444-6, 468, 498, 564-5, 633

sends artwork to N.Y., 363n

and T. Sumter, Jr., 445, 446n

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

Livingston, Schuyler

identified, 583n

letter from, 582-3

seeks appointment, 582-3

Livingston, Walter, 583n

Livingston, William Mallet, 600n, 614

Loche, M. de

vineyard, 469, 471

Logan (Mingo Indian), 290n

Logan, George, 369n, 415n

Lombardy, 534, 538

London, 145n, 220n, 306, 419, 577, 627n

Long Beard. See Owl (Miami Indian)

Long Island, battle of, 450n

longitude

calculation of, 606-8

Looking-Glass for the Mind (Arnaud Berquin), 619, 620n

L'Orient (Lorient), France, 437, 438n, 524, 634

Louisa (ship), 190, 194n

Louisiana

attack on, rumored, 481-2, 493, 494n

ceded to France by Spain, 217, 218n, 236, 312, 521, 623

consequences of cession to France, vii-viii, 15, 16-17, 21, 28, 86, 163-4, 219n, 312-13, 428-31, 528, 623

constitutional issues involving, 302-5, 324-7, 328

descriptions of, 276

fossils found in, 269-70n

French expeditionary force expected at, viii, 71, 218, 219n, 330, 591

French officials arrive at, 521, 522n

and French policy, 217, 219n, 275, 624-6

Indians in, 269-70

may include Florida, 312, 430

meteor impact in, 270n

Opelousas, 269-70

potential acquisition of, 217-18, 276, 304

rumors of French agents in, 72n

Spanish administration of, xlv, 179n

See also New Orleans

Louis XVIII, King of France, 90n

Louvre, 419n

Lovell, James

and compensation as naval officer, 283-5

identified, 284-5n

letter from, 283-5

letter from cited, 285n

recommends aspirants for office, 615n

Lovell, Thomas, 614, 615n, 634

Lowndes, Thomas, 169n

Lucas, John B. C., 389, 474n

Ludlow, Charles (N.Y.), 300n, 612, 634

Ludlow, Daniel, 200-1, 210, 410, 411n, 640

Lur-Saluces (Salus), Comte de

vineyard, 471

Lyman, Moses

identified, 358n

letter and memorial from, 358-60

opposes removal of J. Tucker, 358-60

Lyman, William, 149, 151

Lyon, Matthew

advises on appointments, sends political news, 76-8

letter from, 76-8

Lyttelton, George, Baron

Dialogues of the Dead, 619, 620n

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