Volume 39 Index

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S

sabers, 12-13

Sailly, Peter, 628, 629n, 634

Saint Andrew's Society (New York City), 376n

St. Augustine, E. Fla., 158n, 508n

St. Christopher, W.I., 573-4, 575n

St. Clair, Arthur

address to constitutional convention, 47-8, 65-6

and McMillan, 80n

removal of, 65-6, 225, 226n

St. Croix, W.I., 33n

Saint-Domingue, W.I.

French expeditionary force to, 330, 491

immigrants from, 69n

insurrection, 67-8, 276, 491

merchants, 122n

U.S. commercial agents in, 137n

St. Lawrence River, 305

St. Marys River (Michigan), 324

St. Petersburg, Russia, 214n, 532-4, 536-8

St. Stephens, Fort, 277n

Salcedo, Manuel de, 72n, 210n, 236-8, 244n, 275, 348n

Salem, Mass.

calls for removals at, 153

naval officer at, 151, 153n, 631

Salem and Beverly collection district, 132, 313, 437

Salem Register, 150-1, 153-4n

Sally (schooner)

suspected of engaging in slave trade, 257, 258-9n

salt

duties on, 21

manufacture of, 92n

monopolies, 355

as preservative, 488

salt springs, 16, 21, 24n, 79n, 165, 170n, 287, 289n, 354-5

Saltonstall, Dudley, 499

Santa Fe, 292n

Saquiricia

letter from cited, 640

sassafras, 126, 416, 417n

Satan

TJ portrayed as, l-lii, 322 (illus.)

Savage, Edward

letter from, 475-6

proposal to publish the Declaration of Independence, 475-6

Savannah River, 352, 566

Sawyer, David, 191, 194n

Sawyer, Enoch, 410n

Sayre, Stephen

and Lady Anne Stuart, 87-9

letter from, 87-9

Scheelt, Peter, 573

Schuylkill River, 331n

Scioto River, 93, 94

Scotland, 35n, 369n, 416

Scott, Alexander, 131, 132, 314, 315-16n

Scott, Edward, 272, 633

Scott, John B., 182

Scott, John Washington (John Welwood Scott)

identified, 426n

letter from, 425-6

seeks TJ's patronage, 425-6

Scott, Joseph, 314

Scott, Joseph T.

letter from cited, 640

recommends aspirants for office, 85n

Scott, Thomas Hobbes

asks TJ to forward pamphlet to T. Paine, 482-3

identified, 483n

letter from, 482-3

Scott, William, Lord Stowell, 495-6n

Scott's Philadelphia Price-Current and Commercial Remembrancer, 426n

Scriptural Account of the Millennium (Benjamin Gorton), 206-7

Scull, John, 103n

Seagrove, James, 519, 522n

sea letters. See passports

seamen

discharged in foreign ports, 163, 170n, 190, 194n, 357

expenditures on distressed seamen, 15, 20, 357

extradition of deserters, 16, 18-19, 22-4n, 28

impressment of, 23n

wages, 375

See also hospitals

Sebastian, Benjamin, 142n, 148n

Sébastiani, Horace François Bastien, 195n

Sedition Act (1798), 553, 622n

Selawy, Sidi Mohammed ben Absalom, 169n

Sellman (Sillman), John, 315

Semler, Caspar, 406

Sergeant, John (New Stockbridge, N.Y.), 530n

Sermons (Jean Baptiste Massillon), 510-11, 567, 610

servants

medical care for, 48-9

See also President's House

Sète (Cette), France, 315

Sevier, John, 550n

Sèvres, France, 75

Sewall, Daniel, 360n

Sewall, Samuel, 150, 154n, 605n

Seymour, Benjamin

letter from cited, 637

Seymour, Henry, 633, 635n

Seymour, Horatio, 633

Shadwell (TJ's estate), 560

Shakespeare, William

Hamlet, 102, 103n

King Lear, li

Othello, 100, 102, 103n

Shannon, Richard Cutts, 423n, 424n

Shannonhouse, James L., 131, 132, 143, 632

Shaw, Samuel, 160n

Sheaff, Henry

letter from cited, 640

letter to cited, 638

sheep, 122n

Sheffey, Daniel, 489n

Sherburne, John Samuel, 368, 422-3, 492n

Shore, Dr. John, 314

Short, William

asked to buy books for Library of Congress, 31-2, 50-1, 458, 459n

asked to pay for seeds and plants, 105, 106-7, 416

epistolary record, 162n

letter from, 162

letters from cited, 637, 639

letters to, 106-7, 627-8

salary due to, 52-3, 162

TJ forwards letters to, 283

TJ's debt to, 628

TJ's statement on loan certificates for, 52-3

Va. lands, 162, 627-8

Shütz, Christian Gottfried

Aeschyli Tragoediae quae supersunt ac desperditarum fragmenta, 461

Sicily, 190-4

Sierra Leone Company, 184-5

silver, 342, 533, 537

Simmons, William (army officer), 298

Simons, Charles Dewar, 364, 365, 366n

Simons, James, 364-6

Simpson, James, 169n

Sitcomb, Henry, 415n

Skelton, Reuben, 36n

Sketches of the Principles of Government (Nathaniel Chipman), 86

Skinner, Tompson J., 97

Skipwith, Fulwar, 471n

Skipwith, Henry (TJ's brother-in-law), 35

slavery

abolition of, 89n, 92n, 480n

and Great Britain, 184-5

and Indiana Territory, 227-8n

regulation of, by states, 64-5, 70-1, 174-5, 341

slaves

and American Revolution, 184, 185n

children, 48, 49n, 98, 99, 405

as cooks, 405n

fear overseers, 489

freedom purchased by, 49n

hiring of, 61, 62, 172n, 323, 480, 481n, 483-4n, 489, 560

importation of, 341

medical care for, 48, 49n

ongoing threat of insurrection by, 67-8, 184

owned by Indians, 380n

relocation of T. M. Randolph's, 64-5, 70-1, 174-5, 341

removal of condemned, from Va., 67-8, 184-5

sale of, 88, 310n

transportation of, 70

wagoners, 310n

See also blacks; Jefferson, Thomas: Slaveholder

slave trade

arrest, prosecution of participants in, 399-401

and insurance, 401n

prohibition, suppression of, 158, 400-1n

in R.I., 399-401

seizure of vessels engaged in, 257, 258-9n

smuggling of slaves, 158

Small, Abraham, 128n

smallpox, 113, 129, 220n, 267-8, 458n, 615-16, 626n

Smilie, John, 389

Smith, Barnard, 400

Smith, Benjamin (R.I.), 600n, 614

Smith, Charles (Va.)

identified, 483n

letter to, 483-4

TJ hires slaves from, 323, 480, 481n, 483-4

Smith, Christopher

letter to, 323

letter to cited, 483-4n, 636

TJ hires slaves from, 323, 480, 481n, 483-4n

Smith, Israel, 77, 346n

Smith, John (N.Y.)

advises on removals, 154-5

identified, 155n

invited to dine with TJ, 272

letter from cited, 155n, 638

letters to, 154-5, 272

Smith, John (Ohio)

letters from, 78-80, 225-6, 336-7

sends news of Ohio politics, advises on appointments, 78-80, 225-6, 336-7

Smith, John (Pa.), 314

Smith, Joseph, Jr. (R.I.), 400

Smith, Josiah (Mass.), 604, 605n

Smith, Larkin, 147, 177-8

Smith, Margaret Bayard, x, 562

Smith, Robert

abstracts of warrants drawn on Treasury, 600-1

advises on annual message to Congress, 15-17, 28

advises on appointments, 600

applications to, for appointments, 410-11, 415-16n, 555

attends cabinet meetings, 241

and consuls as navy agents, 192

and E. Preble, 33n

estimates of navy expenditures, 39, 134, 167, 212, 347n, 376, 411

and extradition of deserted seamen, 28

forwards commissions, warrants, 621

letter from cited, 134, 636

letters from, 28, 39, 123-5, 134, 366-7, 385, 410-11, 484, 555, 600, 600-1, 621

letters to, 241

and Louisiana, 16-17, 28

and Marine Corps, 484, 565-6

and Mediterranean squadron, 39, 568

and Morocco, 493, 494n

orders, instructions to officers, 19, 24n

and proposed dry dock at Washington, 4, 123-5, 225

and release of captured Tripolitan crews, 19, 24n

and small vessels for the navy, 366-7

and Tingey, 385

TJ recommends applicants to, 58, 183n

and Washington Navy Yard, 385

See also Navy, U.S.

Smith, S., & Buchanan

identified, 323n

letter to, 323

and wine for TJ, 321, 323, 480

Smith, Samuel (Md.), 24n, 323

Smith, Samuel Harrison

letter to, 11

and printing of TJ's annual message to Congress, 171n

prints account of lifeboat invention, 11

prints building regulations, 336n

See also National Intelligencer (Washington)

Smith, William C. (surgeon), 427, 437, 438n

Smith, William Stephens, 490, 491n, 640

smuggling

from Canada, 501, 502n

on Great Lakes, 324, 327

of slaves, 158

Snelson, Robert

identified, 200n

letters from, 200-1, 210

seeks mercantile clerkship, 200-1, 210

Snetlage, Leonhard Wilhelm

Nouveau Dictionnaire Français, 371n

Snow, Daniel, 605n

Société d'Agriculture du Departement de la Siene, 107n

Söderström, Richard, 495n

Some Cursory Observations on the Conversion of Pasture Land Into Tillage (Nehemiah Bartley), 255n

Some Interesting Hints on the Utility of Applying the Potatoe as Food for Sheep (Nehemiah Bartley), 255n

Someruelos, Salvador de Muro y Salazar, Marqués de, 179, 238n

South America. See Buenos Aires

South Carolina

American Revolution in, 187n

attorney general, 598n

bankruptcy commissioners, 585-6, 631, 633

banks, 585n

Beaufort, 158n

Camden District, 617n

Clarendon District, 585n

Columbia, 187n

education in, xi, 186-8, 613-14, 616-17

Fairfield District, 186-8, 617n

horse racing in, 585n

and importation of slaves, 64-5, 70-1, 174-5, 341

legislature, 174, 186-8, 585n

marshal, 315

militia, 617n

Monticello, 187n

Mount Sion Society, 617n

Ragtown, 89n

Rocky Mount armory, 16, 28

slave trade in, 158

supervisor for, 586n

See also Charleston, S.C.; Federalists; Republicans

South Carolina, Bank of the State of, 585n

South Carolina College, 617n

southern states

political influence of, feared by northern states, 304

Spain

Agriculture

merino sheep from, 122n

Colonies

administration of, 179n

role, powers of intendants, 72n

See also Florida; Louisiana; New Orleans

Politics and Government

and immigration, 414n

See also Carlos (Charles) IV, King of Spain

U.S. Relations with

convention on claims, 37-9, 122-3, 136, 277, 316-17, 582-3

decision to revoke right of deposit, 72n, 139, 179, 209, 236-8, 244n, 347-8, 428-30, 579-80

and Federalists, 236-7

and Indian affairs, 290n, 380, 381n

letter of credence for Monroe, 498-9

and Louisiana, 163-4, 236-7, 312-13

spoliation claims, 37-9, 122-3, 136, 277, 561

and TJ's proposed western expedition, 353-4

See also Florida; Monroe, James; New Orleans; Pinckney Treaty

Spalding, Lyman

letter from, 566

sends annual bill of mortality, 566

Spanish language, 243n, 277

Sparhawk, Jonathan H., 552, 614

Speake, Josias M., 403, 404n

Speake, Samuel, 403, 404n, 448

Speed, James, 91, 92n

Spencer, Ambrose, 155n

Spencer, Jesse, 324, 327, 437, 633

Sprigg, William O., 498n

Sprogell, Thomas Y., 485, 486n, 549, 581

Spurck, Peter, 505-6

Stanislas II Augustus, King of Poland, 533, 537, 540n

Stanley, John

letter from cited, 638

Stanton, Joseph, Jr.

letter from cited, 640

State, U.S. Department of

appointment of foreigners as consuls, 190

appropriations and expenditures, 25

clerks, 56n

consular appointments, 190-4, 214, 273-4, 274-5, 290-2, 315, 436-8, 524, 614, 615n, 633, 634, 635

consuls as navy agents, 191-2, 194n

and expiration of marshals' commissions, 127n

furnishes blank sea letters, 120n

reduction of diplomatic establishment, 329-30

salaries and compensations, 330, 331n

secretaries of legation, 69-70, 333-4, 337-8, 361-3, 383

use of public vessels by ministers, 330-1

See also bankruptcy commissioners; Madison, James; Wagner, Jacob

Statistical and Geographical Atlas of North America, Showing the Latitude and Longitude of the Capital Cities, Their Distances from Each Other in Every Direction, from Quebec to Panama (Samuel A. Ruddock), 292n

steamboats, 140

Stebbins, Edward, 34, 632

Steele, John (comptroller of Treasury)

and A. McLane, 82-3n

letter to, 134-5

resignation of, 82n, 134-5, 175, 631, 632

Steele, John (Va.), 195-6, 594, 634

Steele, Jonathan, 368, 423n, 424n, 491-2

Stephen, John, 612, 634

Stevens, Daniel, 586n

Stevens, Zachariah

recommended, appointed surveyor, 149, 151, 415, 437, 438n, 485n, 490, 634

Stewart, James A.

advises on countervailing duties, 374-6

identified, 376n

letter from, 374-6

Stewart, M. (Richmond), 4

Stewart, William (blacksmith)

bar iron for, 114, 115

letter from cited, 639

letters to cited, 637, 638

supervises boys at TJ's nailery, 98

Stiff-Armed George (Seneca Indian), 515, 517n

Stinking Fish (Kenjauaugus, Seneca Indian), 496

Stoddert, Fort, 209n, 277n

Stokes, Joseph

identified, 447n

invents machine for river navigation, 446-7

letter from, 446-7

Stone, David, 316n, 410

Stone, John Hurford, 83, 85-6, 87n

Stone, William S., 635n

Storch, Heinrich Friedrich von

Historisch-statistisches Gëmalde des russischen Reiches, 534, 538, 540n

Storer, Clement

identified, 492n

letter from, 491-2

recommends aspirants for office, 491-2

Story, Joseph

offered, declines appointment as naval officer, 150-1, 153n, 415, 437, 438n, 485n, 490, 491n, 631

Strode, John

tavern of, 58n, 70

Stroganov, Paul, 533, 537, 540n

Stuart, Lady Anne, 87-9

Stuart, Pallus P., 427, 437, 438n

Stuart, Thomas, 315

Student's Chemical Pocket Companion (William S. Jacobs), 32-3

suffrage, 228n

sugar, 463, 485-6

suicide, 334n

Sulayman, Mawlay, Sultan of Morocco, 169n, 493, 494n

See also Morocco

Sumter, Thomas, Jr., 445, 446n

Sumter, Thomas, Sr., 64-5, 174

Superior, Lake, 324, 327n

surveyors, 292n

Susquehannah Company, 626n

Susquehanna River, 352

Süverman, Betsy, 48, 49n

Süverman, John Christoph, 49n

Swaine, Thomas, 298, 299n

swamp laurel, 126

Swartwout, John, 314

Swearingen, James S., 299

Sweden

and Barbary states, 192, 193, 195n, 494n

dry docks in, 173-4

Swift, Joseph G., 298

Switzerland, 95n

Symmes, John Cleves, 239n, 258n, 315, 433n

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