Volume 39 Index

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P

Pace, Henry, 212n, 214-15, 265n

Pacific Northwest, 292n

Pacific Ocean, 354n

Page, John

arrives in Richmond, 212

elected governor, 147

letter from, 617

letter to, 369-70

and militia returns, 617

TJ introduces Blicher Olsen to, 369-70, 382

Page, Mann, 509n

Page, William, 489

Paine, Thomas

Age of Reason, l, li, 73

and the Bonnevilles, 464

and Cavender, 216n

Common Sense, l, 73

criticism of, l-lii, 73-4n, 116, 154n, 216, 322n, 331n, 554n

designs bridges, 322, 331

designs carriage wheels, 322n

forwards letters to TJ, 463, 576, 588

letters from, 217, 322

Letters to the Citizens of the United States, li, 73-4, 322n

letter to, 331

Letter to George Washington, l

memorandum on Louisiana, 217-18

opponents condemn relationship with TJ, l, 117, 322, 331

pamphlet forwarded to, 482

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

and religion, 116

returns to U.S., l, 73n

Palermo, 190-1

Palisot de Beauvois, Ambroise Marie François Joseph, Baron de, 45n

Palladium (Frankfort, Ky.), 112-13n

Palmer, John H., 97n

Panckoucke, Charles-Joseph, 461n

Panton, Leslie & Co., 280n, 380, 381n, 529, 530n

Pantops (Eppes estate, Albemarle Co., Va.), 62, 489, 560

Paoly, Paolo, 560, 561n

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

Parcae, 285n

pardons

granted by TJ, 37, 267, 308, 309n, 360-1, 404

petitions for, 266-7, 308-9, 310-11, 360-1, 399-401, 403-4, 639

recommendations for, 36-7, 267n

Paris

Halle aux Bleds, xlvi-xlvii, 124n

schools, 181n

source for books, 458-9n

TJ's recollections of, 419

Parke, Benjamin, 596-7

Parny, Évariste Désiré de Forges, Vicomte de

Guerre des dieux, 109-10

Parrish, Jasper, 516, 517n

Pascagoula River, 401

passports (sea letters), 113, 119-20, 217

patents

applications for, 53-4, 446

food preservation, 254, 255n, 545

importance of, 457

locks, 54n

methods for improving spirits, 307

Patent Office building, xlvii

polygraphs, 307n, 407, 408n

receipts from, 26

textile manufacturing, 526

Patterson, Robert

letter to, 618

as member of APS, 374n

prepares M. Lewis for expedition, ix, 618

Patterson, William (N.Y.), 437, 438n, 634

Patton, Robert (Va.), 633

Paul I, Emperor of Russia, 532-3, 537, 540n

Payson, Henry, 612n

Peace Establishment Act (1801), xlv-xlvi

Peachey, William, 35, 36n

Peale, Charles Willson

displays mastodon skeleton, 144-5, 306, 307n, 383

Epistle to a Friend, 407, 523-4

and J. I. Hawkins's inventions, 306-7, 383-4, 406-8, 408-9

letters from, 144-5, 306-7, 406-8, 523-4

letter to, 383-4

museum, 307, 322n, 383, 406-7

painting of mastodon exhumation, 306, 307n

Peale, Raphaelle, 524n

Peale, Rembrandt

Account of the Skeleton of the Mammoth, 306, 307n, 383

displays mastodon skeleton, 145, 306, 383, 407, 523, 577

Peale, Rubens, 145, 306, 407, 523

Pearson, Philip

identified, 187n

letter from, 186-8

letter to, 613-14

seeks support for Jefferson Monticello Academy, 186-8, 613, 616

Pearson, Philip Edward, 187n

pecans, 64, 558

Pechin, William, & Co. (Baltimore)

letter from cited, 640

Peck, Nicholas, 400

Peck, William, 175, 632, 638

Pedesclaux, Peter, xlv

Pendleton, John, 147

Penhallow, Samuel, 424n

Penniman, Jabez, 346n, 437, 596n, 633

Pennsylvania

Allegheny Co., 102n

American Revolution in, 49-50, 450n

bankruptcy commissioners, 611-12

Berks Co., 450n

Clapboard Junto, 102-3n

constitution of 1790, 450n

Democratic Society of Pennsylvania, 450n

elections in, 100, 102-3n, 471-2, 552, 553-4n

Germans in, 32, 450n

glass manufacturing, 478n

immigration and naturalization, 414n

impeachment of A. Addison, 472-3, 474n

Indian affairs, 496, 497n

Lancaster, 32

legislature, 220n, 473, 474n

marshals, 314

merchants, 450n

militia, 50n, 102n

Montgomery Co., 478n

newspapers, 32, 100, 102n, 389, 554-5n

Pittsburgh, 100, 102-3n, 288n, 296, 478n, 494n, 556

and ratification of U.S. Constitution, 450n

Reading, 450n

supervisor for, 314

Washington, 450n

Wyoming Valley, 626n

See also Federalists; Republicans

Pennsylvania (ship), 228, 229n, 475

Pennsylvania, Bank of, 301, 302, 504

Pennsylvania, University of, 33n, 373n

Pennsylvania Society for the Promotion of Manufactures and Mechanic Arts, 115n

Pen Park (Gilmer residence), 309, 310n

Pensacola, W. Fla., 381n

pentagraphs, 281, 282n

Percy, Hugh, Earl of, 89n

Perdrix (French corvette), 19, 23n

Perreau, Jean André

Le Roi voyageur, 619, 620n

Perrey, Jean François

identified, 230n

letter from, 229-30

recommends aspirants for office, 229-30

Perry, John

letters from cited, 637, 638

payments to, 61-2, 121n

and roofing at Monticello, 256

Peru, 136, 137n

Peters, Alexander A., 91

Peters, Samuel A.

General History of Connecticut, 81n

Petersburg, Va.

collector at, 314

merchants, 68, 69, 121n

Peyton, Craven

letters from, 4-5, 180, 555, 627

letters to, 52, 482, 569

payments to, x, 482, 555, 569, 581-2, 627

purchases land for TJ, x, 4-5, 52, 180

Phelps, Oliver, 222

Philadelphia

arts in, 407, 408n

booksellers, 176n

brewers, 486n

chemists, 612n

collector at, 314

courts, 436n

custom house, 120n

dentists, 415n

donations from, 394

druggists, 612n

gardens, 106, 107n, 523, 524n

Germans in, 32

Gray's gardens, 106, 107n

hairdressers and barbers, 3n

horticulturists, 337n

immigrants in, 412, 413-15n

insurance companies, 115n, 436n

Irish in, 412, 413-15n

iron manufacturing, 115n, 172-3n

laborers, 125n

manufacturing in, 115n, 137n

merchants, 122-3, 137n, 143-4, 275n, 435-6

navy agent at, 4

newspapers, 32, 369, 426n

perfumers, 3n

physicians, 373-4n, 439

Presbyterians in, 176n

printers, 176n, 425-6, 523n

prothonotaries, 436n

quarantine laws, 435

Republicans in, 85n

shipbuilding in, 505

Society of Friends in, 611, 612n

State House, 523, 524n

vice-consuls at, 137n

watchmakers, 407, 505-6

waterworks, 301, 302, 504

workmen in, 301, 302

yellow fever, 319

Philadelphia Medical Society, 33n

Philadelphia Merchants and Others

letter from, 435-6

recommend continuation of A. McLane, 435-6

Philadelphia Repository, and Weekly Register, 426n

Phillips, Alman, 628-30

Philoctetes, 511, 512, 513n

Philosophiae Epicuri syntagma (Pierre Gassendi), 511, 512, 609-10

Philosophical Transactions (Royal Society of London), 269, 270-1n

Philostratus, 448, 449n

physiognotrace, 306-7, 383-4, 406-9

Piattoli, Scipione, 532, 533, 536, 537, 540n

Pic, Marie Ann, 642

Pickens, Andrew, 223-4, 519, 522n

Pickering (U.S. revenue cutter), 495n, 573

Pickering, John

impeachment of, 368, 422-5, 443-4, 491, 492n

Pickering, Timothy, 52-3, 153n, 496n, 517n

Pickering, William

letter from cited, 639

Pickett, Pollard & Johnston, 465

Pickman, William, 151, 153n, 415, 437

Pictet, Marc Auguste

letter to, 456-7

TJ sends thoughts on science, society to, 456-7

Pike, Nicolas

New and Complete System of Arithmetic, 619

Pinckney, Charles

and convention with Spain, 316-17

denied use of public vessel, 330

instructions to, 316-17, 561

and negotiations for W. Fla., 313, 321n, 445, 499n, 633

and spoliation claims, 561n

Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth, 472, 552

Pinckney Treaty

article concerning ship captures, 561

and navigation of Mississippi, vii, 623

and right of deposit at New Orleans, 72n, 104-5, 179, 206n, 428-9

Pintard, John M., 438n

Pintard, Lewis Searle, 438n

Pisa, Italy, 535, 539

Pitt, William, 412

Pittsburgh Gazette, 100, 103n

plow, moldboard, 128n

Plumard de Bellanger, Mme, 68, 69

Poellnitz, Baroness de. See Stuart, Lady Anne

Poellnitz, Baron Friedrich Karl Hans Bruno, von, 87-9

Pointe Coupee, 286

Poland, 532-3, 537, 540-1n

polygraphs, 306-7, 407, 408n

Port Folio (Philadelphia), 554-5n, 578-9n

Portsmouth, N.H.

bills of mortality for, 566

custom house, 422-5

fire at, xi, 311-12, 393-4

merchants, 425n, 492n

physicians, 492n

revenue cutter at, 633, 635n

revenue inspector at, 313

selectmen, 492n

surveyor at, 130, 313

Portugal, 274n, 543

postal service

clerks, 292n

contracts, 144n

postmasters, 96, 97n, 119, 342n, 360n, 477n

receipts from postage, 26

returns undeliverable letters, 342

schedules, efficiency of, 511, 512

See also Granger, Gideon

Potomac Canal Company, 20, 63-4, 81, 456, 457n

Potomac River

access to Atlantic from, 352

and canals, 20, 63-4

ice in, 405, 433

as water supply source, 124-5n

Potts, Joshua, 91, 632

Pougens, Charles

and books for Library of Congress, 50, 51n

identified, 458-9n

letter from cited, 459n

letter to, 458-9

recommended to Volney, 466

TJ orders books from, 458-9, 459-62

Poulson's American Daily Advertiser (Philadelphia), 268

Powell, Cuthbert

letter to cited, 638

Powers of Genius, A Poem in Three Parts (John Blair Linn), 175, 176n

Practical Observations on the Inoculation of Cowpox (James Bryce), 268

Preble, Edward

identified, 33n

invited to dine with TJ, 33

letter to, 33

papers of, 495n

Preble, Enoch, 415n

Presbyterians, 176n, 208n, 290n, 622n

President's House

cooks at, 405n

groceries, supplies for, 468-71, 641-3

icehouse at, 642

medical care for servants at, 48-9

pump for, 213

receptions, dinners at, 526n

servants at, 309, 310n, 641, 642

stable and household accounts, 641-3

views of, xlvii, 322 (illus.)

See also Dougherty, Joseph; Jefferson, Thomas: Personal Affairs; Lemaire, Étienne

press, freedom of

abuse of, 147n, 457, 473, 553, 554-5n

Federalists threaten, 153n, 389, 553

importance of, to free society, 100, 244-5

and J. T. Callender, 265n

legislative, rather than judicial, matter, 265n

Price, Joseph, 627

Priestley, Joseph

Essay on the First Principles, 86

General History of the Christian Church, 86-7

letter to, 85-7

Princeton, battle of, 38

Principles of Virtue and Morality: Or Essays and Meditations on Various Subjects (David Macbride), 620n

prizes, naval, 26, 27n

“Propositions respecting the Foundation of Civil Government” (Thomas Cooper), 86

Prospect of Exterminating the Small Pox, Part II, Being a Continuation of a Narrative of Facts Concerning the Progress of the New Inoculation in America (Benjamin Waterhouse), 615-16

“Providential Detection” (cartoon), li

Public Characters of 1802-1803, 616

Pucelle d'Orléans (Voltaire), 109, 110n

Puerto Rico, 480n

Pumphry. See Fumfrey (Pumphry), Samuel

Putnam, Henry, 34, 35n

pyrites, 74-5

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