Volume 39 Index

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M

Macbride, David

Principles of Virtue and Morality, 620n

McCall, Archibald (Va.)

claim against TJ, 35-6

identified, 35-6n

letter from, 35-6

letter from cited, 36n

letter to cited, 36n

McCall, Catherine Flood, 35-6

McCall, Katherine Flood, 35n

McClan, Robert, 267n, 308, 311

McClary, Michael, 425n

McClean, Archibald

letter to cited, 638

McClenachan, Blair

letter from, 84-5

seeks appointment, 84-5, 473, 552

McClintock, John

letter from, 491-2

recommends aspirants for office, 491-2

McComb. See Macomb

McConnell, James, 315

McCoy, Joseph, 426n

McCrea, James

appointed bankruptcy commissioner, 629n, 634

identified, 630n

letter from, 629-30

seeks appointment of special bankruptcy commissioners, 628-9, 629-30

McCreery (Macrery), Joseph, 161

McCurry, A., 456n

McFaden, William

identified, 436n

letter from, 435-6

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

McFetrich, Samuel

forwards writings to TJ, 387-8

letter from, 387-8

McGillivray, Alexander, 379, 380n

McIntosh, Simon, 585n, 633

McKean, Thomas

advises on appointments, 473

and Duane, li

exchanges news of Pa. elections, politics, 471-4, 552-5

letter from, 471-4

letter to, 552-5

patronage practices, 77

reelection of, 552, 553-4n

and removal of A. Addison, 472-3

and rumors of attack on Louisiana, 481-2n

suggests prosecution of newspapers, 473, 553, 554-5n

Mackenzie, Alexander, 354n, 577n

McLane, Allen

accused of misconduct, 569-72

calls for removal of, 82-3, 161, 196, 205, 557, 640

support for, 435-6, 639

McLaughlin, Charles, 642, 643

Maclay, Samuel, 553n

McLellan, Joseph, 612n

McMillan, William, 79, 80n

Macomb, Alexander (1782-1841), 224n, 298

Macon, Nathaniel

advises on appointments, 91

letter to, 238

as speaker of the House, 169n, 236, 238, 278

and termination of right of deposit at New Orleans, 238

Madeira, 273, 436, 438n, 583n, 633

See also wine

Madison, Dolley Payne Todd, 3

Madison, James

letters from, 209-10, 560-1

letters to, 17-18, 106, 241, 481-2, 564-5, 612

Personal Affairs

and C. W. Peale, 523n

friendship with Dallas family, 3

health of, 548

President

applications to, for patents, 54n

appointments, 178n, 293n, 480n

Secretary of State

advises on annual message to Congress, 14-15, 17-18

applications to, for appointments, 39n, 123n, 148n, 214n, 274n, 275n, 334n, 415n, 438n, 585-6n, 594-5n

and appointment of bankruptcy commissioners, 106, 612

attends cabinet meetings, 241

and Blicher Olsen, 206n

consulted about rumored attack on Louisiana, 481-2

corresponds with Irujo, 72n, 481n, 494n

and E. Preble, 33n

and Ellicott's claim, 282n, 327

forwards commissions, 321n

and Indian affairs, 224n

instructions for C. Pinckney, 316-17, 561

instructions for Monroe, R. R. Livingston, 445-6n, 564-5

and J. I. Hawkins's polygraph, 307

letter from, returned, 342

and McLane, 83n

and patents, 307

receives dispatches from Barbary Coast, 169n

and relations with Spain, 72n, 122, 317n, 481n, 494n

reports on Hendrick case, 493, 495n, 560-1, 564-5, 573-5

and resignation of Rufus King, 66

and return of deserted seamen, 23n

and royal present for D. Humphreys, 253-4n

and St. Clair's removal, 65-6n

and suppression of the slave trade, 158n

and termination of right of deposit at New Orleans, 72n, 105n, 208-10

and use of public vessels by ministers, 330-1n

and W. Short's salary claim, 162n

See also State, U.S. Department of

Madison, Bishop James, 12n

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

Magasin encyclopédique, 578n

magnolia, 416, 417n

"Maid's Tragedy Alter'd" (Edmond Waller), 606n

Maine

constitutional convention, 358n

Kennebec River, 453-4

militia, 358n

Portland, 612, 634

Portland collectorship, 116, 149, 153, 346-7n, 415-16, 437, 485, 634

textile manufacturing, 358n

Waldoboro collectorship, 130, 314

See also bankruptcy commissioners; Federalists; Republicans; York, Massachusetts

Maitland, James, 373n

Majorca, 436, 634

Malcolm, Henry, 155n

Maley, William, 560-1

Malta, 192-3, 194-5n

Malta, Knights of, 458n

mammoth

fossils of, sought, 144, 145n, 220n

living examples of, sought, 576, 578n

See also mastodon

"Mammoth Cheese," 554n, 604, 605-6n

Manchester, Isaac, 400

Manhattan Company, 300n

Manual of Parliamentary Practice. For the Use of the Senate of the United States (Thomas Jefferson), 195, 214, 235, 467

manufacturing

chemicals, 137n

china, 75

glass, 13n, 478n

glue, 13n

iron, 115n, 137n

paper, 175

promotion of, 115n

salt, 16, 21, 24n, 92n

soap, 13n

textiles, 246-53, 259, 358n, 525-6

type, 175

maps

of Mass., 46, 381

of Md., 619, 620n

of southwestern U.S., 281-2

Marbury, Horatio, 169n

Marcus Aurelius, 42, 44, 45n

Maria (ship), 556

Maria Fedorovna, Empress of Russia, 532, 536-7, 616

María Luisa, Queen of Spain, 253n

Marines, U.S.

appropriations for, 345, 346, 347n, 349, 377, 378

reduction of, 21, 484, 565-6

Marks, Anna Scott Jefferson (Mrs. Hastings Marks, TJ's sister), 309, 310n

Marks, Hastings (TJ's brother-in-law), 309, 310n

Marks, Peter S.

letter from, 13

seeks appointment, 13

Marmontel, Jean François, 532, 537, 540n

Marschalk, Andrew, xlv

Marsden, Alexander, 413n

Marseilles, France, 273, 468-9

Marshall, Humphrey, 148n, 332, 333n

Marshall, James M., 267n, 404

Marshall, John, 333n, 409n

Marshall, William, 215n

Martin (slave), 309, 310n

Martin, Luther, 257

Martin, Robert, 49-50

Maryland

Allegany Co., 157

Annapolis, 157, 508n

Anne Arundel Co., 157

Baltimore Co., 157

bankruptcy commissioners, 612, 634

Calvert Co., 157

Caroline Co., 157

Cecil Co., 157

Charles Co., 157

choice of presidential electors in, 156-7

courts, 467n

Dorchester Co., 157

elections in, 156-7

Frederick Co., 157

Fredericktown, 245n

gambling, 266, 267n, 308, 310

Harford Co., 157, 447n

insurance companies, 118n

judges, 497-8

Kent Co., 157

legislature, 267n

loans to D.C. commissioners, 199, 285, 388

maps of, 619, 620n

merchants, 245n

militia, 157n, 271n

Montgomery Co., 157

Nanjemoy collectorship, 131, 132, 314, 316n

Nottingham custom house, 257, 259n

Prince George's Co., 157

Queen Anne's Co., 157

Saint Mary's Co., 157

and sale of D.C. lots, 197

and slave trade, 257, 258-9n

Somerset Co., 157

Talbot Co., 157

turnpike roads in, 117-18

Washington Co., 157

Worcester Co., 157

See also Baltimore, Md.; Federalists; Republicans

Maryland Mutual Insurance Company, 118n

Mason, John (Georgetown merchant)

letter to, 64

TJ sends pecan trees to, 64

Mason, John Thomson

as bank director, 531, 532n

and Fumfrey's case, 36-7

and John Henderson's case, 361n

law students of, 363n, 597

letter from, 36-7

and Mattox's case, 404n

and W. Connor's case, 267n

Mason, Stevens Thomson

as committee member, 358n

opposes Ross resolutions, 554n

as reference, 54

urged to stand for reelection, 138-9, 182, 211

masons. See Freemasons

Massac

customs district, 131, 132, 143-4, 315

Massac, Fort, 481, 494n

Massachusetts

American Revolution in, 290

Berkshire Co., 622n

Beverly, 526n

courts, 150-2, 153-4n, 622n

Danvers, 153-4n

elections, 150, 603-4, 605n

Essex Co., 115, 150, 153n

Gloucester collectorship, 314

Gloucester surveyorship, 115-16, 149, 437, 634

Haverhill, 477n

Ipswich, 154n

legislature, 284, 358n

maps of, 46, 381

Marblehead, 150

Marblehead collectorship, 130, 314

marshal, 152

militia, 611

Nantucket Island, 454

Newburyport collectorship, 314

Newburyport surveyorship, 153n

Plymouth, 605n

Plymouth collectorship, 425, 604, 634-5

postmasters, 477n

secretary of, 46n

Springfield Armory, 59

state constitution, 622n

Stockbridge, 622n

textile manufacturing in, 526n

voting rights in, 622n

Worcester, 582

See also bankruptcy commissioners; Boston; Federalists; Maine; Republicans; Salem, Mass.; York, Massachusetts

Massillon, Jean Baptiste

Sermons, 510-11, 567, 610

Masten, John, 306, 307n

mastodon, 144-5, 306, 307n, 383, 577

mathematics

books on, 619

instruction in, 575

mathematical instruments, 342, 343n

Mathieu, John S. M., 190, 194n

Mattox (Maddox), William

letter from, 403-4

seeks pardon, 403-4

Maumee River, 355

Maupin, George W., 298

May, Frederick, 404

Mazzei, Antonia Antoni, 510

Mazzei, Elisabetta, 510

Mazzei, Marie Hautefeuille “Petronilla” Martin, 510n

Mazzei, Philip

exchanges seeds, plants with TJ, 532, 534, 536, 538, 541n

family, 510

journey to St. Petersburg, 532-4, 536-8, 540n

letter from, 532-41

sends news from Europe, 190

sends observations on weather, climate, 534-6, 538-40

works by, 533-4, 537-8, 540-1n

Mead (Meade), Cowles, 522, 523n, 612, 634

Meade, George

family of, 122

letter from, 277

seeks appointment, 277

Meade, Henrietta Worsam, 122n

Meade, Margaret Coates Butler, 122n

Meade, Richard Worsam

identified, 122-3n

letter from, 122-3

seeks appointment, 122-3, 277

Meade, Susanna Everard, 513-14

Meara, Francis O., 556

Mease, James

Domestic Encyclopædia, 128

letter from, 128

medals, 265, 384

Medical Repository (New York), 85

medicine

bilious diseases, 11

bills of mortality, 566

books, 367, 385, 386

colds, 139, 489

colic, 489

cost of, 342, 343n

coughs, 70

dentists, 415n

diarrhea, 599-600

digestive disorders, 33n

eye injuries, disease, 458n

fever, 367, 386

fractures, 527, 528

gout, 548, 626

headaches, 548

impact of climate on health, 454-5

impact of diet on health, 599

impact of urban planning on health, 589-90, 592-3n

influenza, 503

insanity, mental illness, 635

measles, 309, 338, 575

medical schools, education, 33n, 373-4n, 385n, 439, 598n

medicines for marine hospital, 59

obstetrics, 373n

palsy, 441-2

physicians, 272n, 373-4n, 385, 404, 405-6, 492n, 626-7

pleurisy, 78n

promotion of good health, 523-4

quarantine, 435

rheumatism, 344n, 505, 548

surgeons, 441-2

ulcers, 33n

wens, 404

See also hospitals; smallpox; yellow fever

Mediterranean Sea. See Navy, U.S.

Meeker, Williamson & Patton (New Orleans), 72n, 91, 92n

megalonyx, 33n, 144, 145n, 576, 578n

megatherium, 144, 145n, 576, 577-8n

Megeath (McGeath), Affinity

asks TJ for money, 111-12

letter from, 111-12

Meigs, Return Jonathan, Jr., 493, 529, 530n

Mélicerte, pastorale héroique (Molière), 382

Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire du jacobinisme (Augustin Barruel), 12

Mendenhall, Thomas

defends his reputation to TJ, 502-4, 583

letter from, 502-4

letter to, 583

Mercer, John (Va.), 393n

"Merchant of Charleston" (pseudonym)

criticizes Charleston custom house, 364-6

letter from, 364-6

Mercier, Louis Sébastien

letter to, 463-4

Néologie, 370-1n

recommends Madame Bonneville, 464

and TJ's election to National Institute, 463-4

Meriwether, David

advises on appointments, 128, 606

appointed Indian commissioner, 178n

elected to Congress, 129n

letter from, 486-7

and road through Indian territory, 486-7

Merrill, George, 601

Messina, 190, 192-3, 194n

meteors, 269, 270-1n

Meuse, M.

vineyard, 469, 471

Michaux, André, 220n

Michaux, François André, 220n

Michie, William, 555n

Michigan, Lake, 324, 327n

Michigan Territory, 78n

Michilimackinac

collection district, 132, 133n, 258n, 324, 327-8

Mifflin, Thomas, 278

militia

arms for, 20

importance of, 167, 171n, 579-80, 617

militia laws, 15, 20, 271n

militia returns, 271-2, 579-80, 611, 617

Milledge, John

advises on Ga. lands, 174-5n

and Indian affairs, 542n

letter from, 69-70

recommends aspirants for office, 69-70

millennialism, 206-8

Miller, James (Ohio)

letters from, 239-40, 432-3

letters from cited, 240n

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

Miller, John (Md.), 427, 437, 438n

Miller, William, 531-2

mills, 560

Milton, Va., 200n, 210, 321, 549

Minor, John, 162

Minorca, 436, 634

Mint, U.S.

continuation of, 264-5, 319, 320n, 384

employees, 319

report of director of, 318-20

rumored to be discontinued, 21, 201

theft at, 319

treasurer of, 274n

Mississippi Herald (Natchez), xlv, 322 (illus.)

Mississippi River

as boundary, 164, 231-2, 303, 305, 624

consolidation of settlement along, 231-2, 351-2, 529, 530n, 624

description of, 269, 270n

exploration of, 576, 577n

fortifications on, 141-2

free navigation of, viii, xlv, 104-5, 302-3, 304, 312-13, 428-30, 623-4, 624-5

Indian settlements on, 494n

maps of, 281-2

and military security, 401-2, 430

ports of entry on, 442-3

regulation of trade on, 386-7

See also New Orleans

Mississippi Territory

Adams Co., 594, 621

collection district, 386-7, 442-3, 493, 494n, 634

establishment of land offices in, 20, 294, 296, 357n, 390n, 594-5, 613, 621-2

immigrants to, 159n

and Indian affairs, 15, 16, 20, 164-5, 231-2, 279, 355, 356n

judges, 315

legislature, 159n, 269, 270n

militia, 551

newspapers, xlv, 390n

proposed expansion of, 302-5, 324

secretary of, 195-6, 594, 595, 615, 634

settlement of, 20, 29, 30n, 164-5, 240, 243, 279, 624

surveyor general, 158-9, 294, 296

and termination of right of deposit at New Orleans, 92n, 386-7, 443n

Washington Co., 594n

and Wilkinson, 294

See also Claiborne, William C. C.; Natchez

Missouri River

to be explored, ix, 16, 20, 342, 352, 588, 598, 601, 608n, 618

Indians along, 352, 353n

lack of knowledge about, 576, 577n

See also Lewis and Clark expedition

Mitchell, David Brydie, 34-5

Mitchell, Francis

identified, 58n

letter to, 58

seeks appointment, 58, 621

Mitchell, Nahum, 603, 605n

Mitchell, Samuel, 530n

Mitchill, Samuel Latham, 75n, 274n, 396n, 506n

Mobile River, 224n, 279-80, 401

Molière (Jean Baptiste Poquelin)

Mélicerte, 382

Monroe, Elizabeth Kortright, 418, 419

Monroe, James

Albemarle Co. property, 295

allowance for salary and expenses, 329-30

appointed special envoy to France, viii, xlv, 300, 306, 312-13, 320-1, 322, 328-31, 333, 334n, 338, 348, 391, 429, 445, 473, 624, 625, 633

appointed special envoy to Spain, viii, 236, 312-13, 321n, 338, 348, 391, 445, 633

and appointment of bankruptcy commissioners, 106n

briefed for mission to Europe, 429, 445

carries books to Volney, 449, 466

carries letters for TJ, 417, 419, 449, 452, 466, 468, 511, 512, 567, 584, 610

commissions for, 320-1

instructions to, 445-6n, 564-5

introduces John B. Scott, 182

and L. Harvie, 337-8, 361-3, 392

letters from, 182, 295

letters of credence for, 498-9

letters to, 67-8, 139, 306, 322, 328-31, 584

and Mercer, 393n

prepares for departure, 282n, 402

as reference, 438n

and removal of condemned slaves, 67-8

and S. J. Cabell, 551n

and S. T. Mason, 138, 139, 182

secretary, 337-8, 361-3, 383, 392, 393n

TJ attempts to locate, 300, 335

TJ's opinion of, 417, 419

visits Washington, 295, 338, 341, 342, 392

Montgomery, Richard, 414n

Monticello

architectural ornaments for, 98-9, 563-4

balusters, 99

biannual visits to, planned by TJ, 338-9, 383, 405, 482, 549, 560, 562, 584, 588, 597-8, 627

Chinese railing, 257n

cooks at, 405n

dome, xlvi

gardeners at, 126n, 416-17

great clock at, 505-6

groceries and supplies for, 51, 321, 463, 480, 485-6, 549, 581

icehouse, 129-30, 256, 405

iron and steel for, 256-7

landscaping at, 560

masons at, 481n

offices, 61-2, 98, 256, 257n

parlors, 99n

places named after, 187n

plastering, 135n

renovation and expansion of, x, 61-2

roofing, x, 98-9, 256-7

tea room, 98, 99n

terras, 98-9, 256-7

TJ invites family to, 489, 560

various visitors to, 70n, 95n, 106, 234n

water supply at, 130n

windows, 465

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Nailery

Moore, Thomas (Del.), 570

moose, 577, 578n, 579n

Morales, Juan Ventura

Irujo intervenes with, 348

issues proclamation, xlv, 71, 72n, 91-2, 104-5, 209n

object of American rage, 219n, 275, 444, 481n

powers as intendant, 72n

relations with governor, 72n, 238n

terminates right of deposit at New Orleans, vii, 139, 179, 209, 244n, 347, 429, 623

Moral Library, 619, 620n

Moran, Joseph

letters to cited, 311n, 481n, 638, 639

payments to, 120, 311, 480, 481n

Moravians, 288-90n, 297n

Mordacai, Mr. (Washington, D.C.), 266

More, Benjamin, 267, 361n

Morgan, Joseph, 59

Morning Chronicle (New York), 364n

Morocco

and Denmark, 206n

U.S. policy toward, 19, 164, 169n, 378

See also Sulayman, Mawlay, Sultan of Morocco

Morris, Andrew, 164, 169n, 170n

Morris, Gouverneur

as committee member, 223n, 358n, 491n

and convention with Spain, 317n

letter from cited, 639

and Ross resolutions, 554n

Morris, Lewis R., 228n

Morris, Richard Valentine, 190, 494-5n

Morris, Robert, 199, 223n, 332, 333n, 435n, 517n

Morris, Thomas, 501

Morrison, William, 143-4

Morriss, Thomas B., 448n

Morsell, James S., 498n

Morton, John

forwards account of Havana to TJ, 85

letter from, 85

Morton, Thomas, 102n

Motte, Samuel, 633

Moultrie, Alexander

forwards letter for T. M. Randolph, 598

letter from, 598

Moultrie, Catherine Moultrie, 598n

Moultrie, James, 598

Moultrie, William, 585n

Mounier, Jean Joseph

conflated with Demouriez, 61n, 108, 109, 110n

De l'influence attribuée aux philosophes, 12

TJ's acquaintance with, 12

Muhlenberg, John Peter Gabriel

advises on appointments, 450n

appointed collector, 314

letter from cited, 436n, 639

letters from, 475, 499

letters to, 464, 561-2

receives items for TJ, 475

as reference, 274

TJ pays import duties to, 464, 499, 561-2

Muley Suliman. See Sulayman, Mawlay, Sultan of Morocco

Mulligan, Francis, 585-6n, 633

Munroe, Thomas

and building regulations in Washington, 336n

elected bank director, 532n

letters from, 197-200, 285

and Md. loans, 285, 388-9

and sale of D.C. lots, 197-200, 285, 388-9

murder

by, of Indians, 287, 289n, 515, 517n

as capital offense, 515

extradition of murderers, 23n

of travelers, 535, 539

Murray, Daniel, 601

Mussey, John, 154n, 612, 634

mutiny, 23n

Mutual Assistance Society of Hair Dressers and Surgeon Barbers (Philadelphia), 3n

Myers, Moses, 121n

Myers, S. & S.

identified, 121n

letter from, 139

letter to, 121

payments to, 120, 121, 139

Myers, Samuel

identified, 121n

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