Volume 40 Index

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Cabanis, Pierre Jean Georges

Rapports du physique et du moral de l'homme, 713

Cabell, Samuel J.

contests election results, 524n

defeated for reelection by T. M. Randolph, 190, 191n, 208, 269-70, 284, 317, 322, 417

letter to, 269-70

TJ's opinion of, 270n

Cadiz, Spain, 370, 707

Caen, University of, 141n

Cagliari, 490-2

Cahoone, John, 339n

Calcutta, 58n

Caldwell, Elias B., 187, 189n

California, Gulf of, 179

Call, Sir John, 108, 109n

Callender, James Thomson, 187, 188-9n, 569n

Campbell, David

letter from, 640-2

and punishment for theft by Indians, 640-2

Campoformio, Treaty of, 484n

Canada

boundary with U.S., 609n

British access to Louisiana from, 170, 179, 201n

immigrants to Louisiana from, 357, 359

smuggling, customs violations from, 91, 93n, 111, 586, 592

canals

Iberville, 234-5, 292, 354-5

See also Potomac Canal Company

canoes

for Lewis and Clark expedition, 246-8, 249-50n

Cape Horn, 180

Cap-Français, Saint-Domingue, 472n

capital punishment. See law

Capitol, U.S.

account of expenditures on, 618-19

brickwork, 410, 443, 528, 572-3

foundation, 262

House chamber, 127-9, 132

Latrobe's plan for, 126, 127-37, 237

north wing, 17, 18n, 134-6, 330n

plumbing, 263

poor workmanship, 133

privies, 136, 263

quoins, 528

roof, 134-6, 262-3, 419

Senate chamber, 127-8

south wing, ix, 17, 18n, 127-34, 237, 330, 410, 443, 528, 572-3, 609, 646, 691

stonework, ix, 330, 374, 410, 443, 528, 572-3, 609, 646, 691

W. Thornton's plans for, 19, 137n

wells and pumps, 618

Carey, Mathew, xliv

Carlos (Charles) IV, King of Spain, 27n, 50, 556, 557n

Carlota Joaquina, Princess of Brazil, 225

Carlton, William, 340n

Carmichael, John F., 10, 11n, 59, 60n, 89

Carpenter, Cephas

asks TJ for money, 599-601

identified, 600-1n

letter from, 599-601

Carpenter, Stephen Cullen, 551, 552, 553, 721

Carpenter, Thomas

account with TJ, 275-6

payments to, 276n

reimbursements by, 436, 437n

Carr, Dabney (TJ's nephew), 304

Carr, Eleanor (Nelly), 271

Carr, Francis, 586, 588n

Carr, Hester Smith Stevenson, 266, 271, 273, 463, 661

Carr, M., 504

Carr, Martha Jefferson (Mrs. Dabney Carr, TJ's sister), 469, 479

Carr, Peter (TJ's nephew)

health of, 463, 469-70, 477, 478-9, 487, 506, 542, 661

visits TJ in Washington, 266, 271, 273, 661

and Walker Affair, 208

Carr, Samuel (TJ's nephew)

fish for, 485, 690-1

letter from, 469-70

and P. Carr's health, 463, 469-70, 478-9, 487n, 542

visits TJ in Washington, 661

carriages, 273

Carrington, Edward, 436, 437n

Carroll, Daniel (of Duddington)

and improvement of Pennsylvania Ave., 421, 440

on Independence Day committee, 624n

letter from, 421

letter to, 440

and surveys in Washington, 535, 536n

and theater in Washington, 66n

Carroll, James

letter from, 507-8

pardoned by TJ, 508

petition for pardon, 507-8

carronades, 22-3

Cartagena, Spain, 150

Carter, Charles (of Cleve), 580n

Cary (b. 1785, TJ's slave)

assaults Brown Colbert, 454

TJ orders sale of, 505

Cassin, John, 88n, 624n

Castiglioni (Castigione), Luigi, 515, 516n

Caswell, Philip, 345, 723

Cathalan, Eulalie, 455-6

Cathalan, Mme Stephen, Jr., 456

Cathalan, Mme Stephen, Sr., 456

Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.

letter from, 455-8

sends news of Barbary affairs, 26, 27n

sends news of family, request for exequatur, 455-8

TJ orders groceries, wine from, 457-8

Cathalan, Stephen, Sr., 455-6

Cathcart, James Leander

appointed consul to Tunis, 196-7n, 257-8, 717, 719n

and Eaton, 94

negotiations with Tripoli, 153n, 196-7n, 547

recommends Pulis, 483

unpopularity of, in Algiers, 79, 80n, 197n

Catholic Church, 402n

Catiline, 676, 678n

Cavender, Thomas S.

asks TJ for money, 100-1

letter from, 100-1

Cazeaux, Gérard, 80n

Cazotte (Casotte), M., 313

Cederström, Olaf Rudolf, 151

census, 670, 671n

Centinel (Albany, N.Y.), 553n

Centinel of Freedom (Newark, N.J.), 185-6, 389n

cents

coined by the Mint, xlv-xlvi, 320 (illus.)

Ceracchi, Giuseppe, 657-8

Ceracchi, Therese, 657-8, 659n

Cevallos (Ceballos) Guerra, Pedro, 139n, 257n, 557n, 706, 708n

Chambertin, France, 313

Chapin, Samuel (seaman), 462

Charlemagne, 327-8

Charles I, King of England, 486n, 579n

Charleston, S.C.

banks, 589

collector at, 551, 553n

elections in, 551

English, Scots in, 551

French in, 711n

merchants, 553n

newspapers, 551-2, 553n, 710, 711n

Charleston Courier, 551-2, 553

Charles Town, Va., 680

Charlotte, Queen of Great Britain

family of, 529n

identified, 233n

and illness of George III, 228

letter of credence for U.S. minister, 233

letter to, 233

Chas, Jean

correspondence with TJ, 328n

letter from, 327-8

sends books to TJ, 327-8, 393

Chase, Samuel

charge to Md. grand jury by, 372-3, 676, 678n

impeachment of, 372-3n

Chastellux, Alfred Louis Jean Philippe, Comte de, 485-6, 487-8, 633-4

Chastellux, François Jean de Beauvoir, Marquis de, 485-6, 487-8, 633

Chastellux, Marie Joséphine Charlotte Brigitte Plunkett, Marquise de

letters from, 487-8, 633-4

seeks compensation for son, 485-6, 487-8, 633-4, 655

Château Margaux (Chateau Margault)

wine of, 539

Chatham (brig), 369n

Chaudon, Louis Mayeul

Nouveau dictionnaire historique, 510, 512

Chavannes de la Giraudière, L. de

L'Amérique délivrée, 290, 291n

Cheetham, James

account with TJ, 601-2

Antidote to John Wood's Poison, 601, 602n

binds newspapers for TJ, 448, 549, 554-5

criticizes W. S. Smith, 257n

Letter Concerning The Ten Pound Court, 602

letter from, 448

letter to, 549

Nine Letters, 601, 602n

sends news of N.Y. politics, 448

TJ orders items from, 549, 601-2, 672n

and Walker Affair, 189n

See also American Citizen and General Advertiser (New York)

Cheney, Benjamin, 525-7, 718

Chesapeake (U.S. frigate)

expiration of crew service on, 56

recalled from Mediterranean, 152

repairs to, 151-2, 547

returns to Washington, 548n, 576

summary of dispatches and voyage of, vii, 150-2, 547-8

chess, 670

Chew, Richard, 300

children

apprenticeships, 384-5

education of, 105-6, 119-20, 384-6, 409

murder of, 630-1, 633n

TJ's hopes for the future of, 105-6

See also Eppes, Francis Wayles (TJ's grandson); Randolph, Anne Cary (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Cornelia Jefferson (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Ellen Wayles, II (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Thomas Jefferson (TJ's grandson); Randolph, Virginia Jefferson (TJ's granddaughter)

China, 550, 553n

Chisholm, Hugh

letters to, from cited, 723

Chittenden, Martin, 32n

Christianity

among Indians, 139-40, 384, 494-5, 611-12n

books on, 156n, 269, 270, 271n

compatible with science, 396-403

criticized, by T. Paine, 396-7, 402n

divinity of Jesus, 332-3

enslaved by Barbary states, 650

universalism, 561n

writings on, 609-10

See also Bible; Jefferson, Thomas: Religion; Jesus; religion

Christian VII, King of Denmark

identified, 494n

and leave of absence for Blicher Olsen, 493-4

letter to, 493-4

Cicero, 158, 253, 676, 678n

cider

ordered by TJ, 7, 25-6, 574-5, 679

ciphers

for Lewis and Clark expedition, 180, 182n, 293-9

R. Patterson's system of, 295

used by French, 473n

used by Madison, 153n, 228, 332n

used by R. R. Livingston, 35-6, 38-40, 42n, 44-6, 47n, 62-4, 302, 303n, 470-1, 474n, 490n

used by TJ, 489-90

use of key words, 294-5, 297, 298

Citizen (schooner), 490n

City Gazette and Daily Advertiser (Charleston, S.C.), 551-2, 553n, 710, 711n

City Point, Va., 266

City Tavern and Merchants' Coffee House (Philadelphia), 395-6n

Claiborne, Elizabeth W. Lewis, 596

Claiborne, Ferdinand L., 410

Claiborne, Richard

invents boat propulsion system, 373-4, 404

letter from, 373-4

seeks Miss. Terr. appointment, 299, 300n, 404

Claiborne, William C. C.

advises on appointments, 448-9

appointments by, 450n

awards printing contracts, 711n

and Dunbar, 517

forwards militia returns, 245

forwards petition from Miss. Terr. House of Representatives, 51n

health of, 596

and I. Briggs, 404

and Indian affairs, 422-4

letters from, 245, 448-50, 596-7

letters to, 417-18, 422-5

and militia appointments, 410

and navigation of rivers through Florida, 417-18, 422

requests leave of absence, 596-7

sends news of politics, New Orleans affairs, 448-50, 596

and termination of right of deposit at New Orleans, 26, 27n, 372

TJ sends advice on European and Indian affairs, elections, 422-5

TJ sends salutations to, 11

and TJ's queries on Louisiana, 688, 693

Clark, Bowling, 285

Clark, Christopher, 602

Clark, Daniel

forwards letters to Madison, 723

and marine hospital at New Orleans, 112, 114n, 462

and TJ's queries on Louisiana, 688, 689, 693

travels to Paris, 199, 201n

Clark, George Rogers, 170-1

Clark, William

and interpreter for expedition, 249n

invited to join western expedition, ix, 172

Clarke, John (Ga.), 722

Clarkson, William, 288

Claxton, Thomas, 9n

Clay, Joseph (Pa.)

as bankruptcy commissioner, 115n

letter from, 115

recommends aspirants for office, 115

Cleirac, Estienne

Us, et coustumes de la mer, 510, 512

clerks

applications for appointment as, 643

competition for positions as, 259

court, 212n, 261, 538, 539n, 544

dominated by Federalists, 184

in land offices, 259, 643n

salary, 411

State Department, 37-8, 184, 186n

Treasury Department, 635

Clermont, Monsieur de, 314

Clinton, DeWitt

advises on appointments, 256-7, 458n, 505n, 545-6, 609n, 645, 722

consulted on E. Livingston's removal, 545-6, 645

letters from, 166-7, 310-11, 376-7

letters from cited, 256-7n, 458n, 722

letter to, 256-7

as presidential candidate, 1812, 262n

as reference, 155, 643

reports on N.Y. elections, 310-11

and Rutgers case, 166-7, 256

and Yates's case, 376-7

Clinton, George

advises on appointments, 608

appointments by, 167n

letter from cited, 608n, 724

clocks

price of, 499, 581

purchased by TJ, 277n, 299, 300n, 363, 404, 499, 581-2

See also watches

cloth

animal skins, 264, 445

calico, 99-100

cassimere, 275-6, 409

cotton, 356-7

flannel, 275, 531

muslin, 320

price of, 357n

ticking, 356, 357n

vicuña, 264, 445, 446

waterproof, 276, 409

wool, 445, 446n

clothing

aprons, 276

blankets, 445, 446n

breeches, 275-6

buttons, 275-6

coats, 273, 275-6, 409

effect of, on health, 320

for laborers, 356

for servants, 275-6, 356, 726

sherryvallies, 276

shirts, 320

shoes, 531

socks, 445

surtouts, 276

waistcoats, 275-6

waterproof, 273, 275-6, 409

Clyma, William P., 190

Coach, William

letter from cited, 724

Cobb, Daniel, 243n

Cocke, William, 588, 589n

Code de l'humanité (Fortunatio Bartolomeo de Felice), 510, 511

coffee

smuggling of, 243-4n

coffeehouses, 395-6n

Coffin, Isaac

identified, 221n

letter from, 220-1

recommends M. Barney, 220-1

Cohen, Jacob I., 488-9

Colbert, Brown (1785-1833, TJ's slave)

assaulted by Cary, 454, 455n, 505

Colcaster, Daniel, 453n

Coleman, William

criticizes removals by TJ, 464-7

as editor of New-York Evening Post, 450n

and Walker Affair, 187, 189n

Collection des moralistes anciens (Pierre Charles Lévesque), 301

Collins, Minton, 266

Colorado River, xlii-xliii, 179, 180

Columbia, Bank of (Georgetown), 437n

Columbian Centinel (Boston), 189n, 243n

Columbian College, 165n

Columbia Rediviva (ship), 369n

Columbia River, 8n, 173, 180, 182-3n, 367-9

commerce. See United States: Economy

Commercial Register (Norfolk), 569n

Comparative view of the Natural Small-Pox, Inoculated Small-Pox, and Vaccination, 281-2

Compleat French Master for Ladies and Gentlemen (Abel Boyer), 670, 671n

Condit, John, 186n

Confederation, Fort, 365

Congress, U.S.

Confederation

consular conventions with France, 307, 308n

Continental

paper currency, 570-1, 632

House of Representatives

bounty and pension claims, 164

and Chase impeachment, 373n

contested elections to, 407-8n, 524n

doorkeeper, 9, 27

establishment of revenue districts, 11-12n, 418n

foreign intercourse expenditures, 202n

and Louisiana, 202n

and Nantucket harbor survey, 220, 221n

sale of public lands, 411

and Valenzin's case, 576n

and W. Eaton's claim, 650

Legislation

and continuation of the Mint, 162

and copper coinage, xlv-xlvi, 156-7

and Corps of Engineers, 662-3

De Grasse's pension, 488n, 633

discontinuation of the office of supervisor, 636n, 644

and District of Columbia, 16-17, 17-18, 217-18, 237-8, 440

division of Louisiana, 683

establishment of revenue districts, 11-12, 525, 527n, 585-6

foreign intercourse expenditures, 202n

land grant for Lafayette, 4, 387, 485, 563

lighthouses, 250-1

and militia and arsenals in west, 22-3

and Miss. Terr., 3n, 209, 259, 260n, 387-8, 460

navy expenditures, 17

publication of statutes, 414

and slave trade, 338, 342-3

and small vessels for the navy, 23n

and Valenzin's case, 576n

and Wabash saline, 545n

and western expedition, ix, 176, 183n

and Zanesville land office, 386, 715, 716n

Senate

and Adams's nominations, 341n

and consular convention with France, 309n

and convention with Spain, 7-8n

and death of S. T. Mason, 523n

doorkeeper, 9, 27

establishment of revenue districts, 11-12

journals, 712

and Louisiana, 37-8, 201-2n

secretary of, 7-8

and termination of right of deposit at New Orleans, 19, 21n, 63n

and TJ's nominations, 32n, 60-1n, 190n, 211n, 268n, 270n, 274n, 300n, 341n, 419n

Connaissance des temps, 713

Connecticut

clergy in, 407

collection of internal revenues in, 636n

elections, x, 11, 366, 405-6, 407, 408-9, 414-15, 423, 464n, 550

Hartford, 336n, 366, 501n, 554n

Hartford Co., 62

legislature, 62

Meriden, 426n

Middletown, 86n, 165n

militia, 68

New London, 339, 344, 718

newspapers, 336n

revenue cutters, 339, 344, 347, 718

Saybrook surveyorship, 61-2, 85-7

Society for Promoting Agriculture, 515-16, 613, 626

supervisor for, 636n

and Western Reserve, 579, 580n

See also Federalists; New Haven, Conn.; Republicans

Connecticut Land Company, 429n

Connecticut River, 86

Conner (Connor), John, 245-6, 249n, 278

Constantinople, 628

Constellation (U.S. frigate)

carries T. Lear to Mediterranean, 659

expiration of crew service on, 56

repairs to, 150-1

returns to Washington, 69, 70n, 82, 92

summary of dispatches and voyage of, vii, 150-2

Constitution (U.S. frigate), 82, 115, 160-1, 343n, 498n, 548

Constitutional Republicanism, in Opposition to Fallacious Federalism (Benjamin Austin, Jr.), 620, 621n, 669

Constitution of the United States

and acquisition of new territory, 681-2

benefits, blessings of, 669

and commerce clause, 250-1

Federalists threaten, 466-7

and libel, 408

proposed amendment to, for incorporation of Louisiana into U.S., viii, 681-8, 690, 704-5

and Sedition Act, 186n

and states' rights, 29

Convention of 1800

ratified by Senate with qualifications, 471, 473n

and restoration of previous treaties and consular conventions, 308n

spoliation claims, 38-9, 40-1, 42n, 44-5, 46, 48, 49, 203n, 303n, 308n

Cook, Capt. James, 60, 61n

Cook, John

Voyages and Travels, 109n

Cooke, Betsey, 532n

Cooper, Dr. Samuel, 144

Cooper, Thomas

letter from, 90-1

letter to, 154-5

seeks appointment for his son, 90-1, 154-5

Cooper, Thomas, Jr., 90-1, 154-5

copper

coinage of, xlv-xlvi, 156-7, 162

mined in N.J., 25n

Corfu, 484n

corn

corn mills, 288, 289n

Corny, Marguerite Victoire de Palerne de

health of, 543

letter from, 542-4

recommends Ledet, 542-4

TJ sends tea to, 489-90

Corps universel diplomatique du droit des gens (Jean Dumont), 509, 511

Corunna. See La Coruña, Spain

Cosbrough, Robert W.

identified, 156n

letters from, 155-6, 643

seeks appointment, 155-6, 643

Cosway, Maria Hadfield, 393n

cotton, 99-100, 113, 319, 689

cougars, 368, 369

Courier, and New-York and Long Island Advertiser (Brooklyn), 385-6n

Courrier de la Louisiane (New Orleans), 711n

Courts, U.S.

Circuit

clerks, 212n

District of Columbia, 15n, 507-8, 675

District

clerks, 538, 539n, 544

N.C., 538, 539n, 544

N.H., 261-2

Southern District of N.Y., 167n

Public Opinion

dominated by Federalists, 32n, 466

impeachment, removal of judges, 372-3

Supreme Court

and Granville estate, 6

nominations, appointments to, 86n

cowpox. See smallpox

Coxe, John Redman, 281n

Coxe, Tench

appointed purveyor of public supplies, 544, 545n, 681

as commissioner of the revenue, 589n

Granger's admiration for, 323

seeks appointment in Philadelphia custom house, 586-7, 588n

as supervisor of the revenue, 636n

Coyer, Gabriel François, 510, 512

Cramond, William, 562, 564n

Cranch, William, 507-8

Craven, John H.

payments to, 110, 285, 317

as TJ's tenant, 362, 639, 640n

Crawford, William H., 6-7

crime

abuse of authority, 85-6

among slaves, 454, 505, 506n

assault, 83-4n, 454, 505, 507-8

between blacks and whites, 507-8

embezzlement, 167n

extortion, 257n

forgery, 588

between Indians and whites, 640-2

manslaughter, 506n

receipt of stolen property, 15n

retailing liquor without license, 82-4

robbery, 216n

theft, 244n, 428, 640-2

See also law; murder; smuggling

Crowninshield, Jacob

advises on appointments, 267, 268n, 276, 503n, 723

letter from cited, 503n, 723

Cuba. See Havana, Cuba; Santiago, Cuba

Cumpston, Thomas, 115n

Currie, James

introduces J. Murray, 74-5, 264n

letter from, 74-5

letters to, from cited, 724

Curwen, Joseph

carries book, dispatches to U.S., 96, 97, 98n, 349, 351, 515, 516n

Cushing, Thomas H., 590n

Cutbush, Edward, 721

Cutler, James, 189n

Cutler, Manasseh, 356, 357n, 613, 614n

Cutts, Charles, 262n

Cutts, Edward, 262n

Cutts, Richard, 261

Cuvier, Georges

Leçons d'anatomie comparée, 301n, 316

Tableau élémentaire de l'Histoire naturelle des animaux, 300, 301, 316, 394, 395

Cuyahoga River, 428

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