Volume 40 Index

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G

Gage, Thomas, 570

Gallatin, Albert

letter from cited, 592n, 720

letters from, 59-61, 91-4, 125-6, 156-7, 173-4, 339-40, 525-7, 538-9, 544-6, 585-6, 586-9, 593-4, 634-6, 645, 660, 666, 689-90

letters to, 89-90, 111-12, 162, 250-1, 317, 497, 544, 592, 592-3, 644-5, 688, 689

Personal Affairs

family of, 155, 156n, 311n

health of, 525

Politics

and B. Austin, 669

and N.Y. elections, 311n

in Pa., 91-4, 111-12, 586-7

as reference, 388

Secretary of the Treasury

advises on acquisition of new territory, 681-2

advises on appointments, 11n, 211n, 256, 339-40, 344, 525-7, 586-8, 592-3, 689

advises on Barbary affairs, 92, 93-4n, 111, 153

applications to, for appointments, 120n, 339-40n, 526-7n, 586, 588n, 643, 715

appointments in Miss. Terr., 11n, 59, 60-1n, 259, 689

attends cabinet meetings, 152-4, 317, 330-2

and certificates of citizenship for American seamen, 666

and collection of Direct Tax in S.C., 125-6

on commissions for revenue officers, 59-61, 89

and complaints against Wilmington, N.C., naval officer, 538-9, 544

and conduct of McLane, 557n

consults with DeWitt Clinton, 545-6, 645

and copper coinage by the Mint, xlv, 156-7, 162

and customs violations on the Great Lakes, 91, 92-3n, 111, 586, 592

and Delaware River piers, 250-1

and discontinuance of the office of supervisor, 634-6, 644-5, 659, 660

and dual office holding, 538

and E. Livingston's removal from office, 544-6, 645

and J. Mansfield's duties and expenses, 411, 497, 673-4

and J. Story, 268n

and Lewis and Clark expedition, xlii-xliii, 60-1, 89-90, 169-70, 173-4, 182n, 445

and lighthouses, 345n

and Louisiana, 92

and Louisiana Purchase, 473n

and Nathaniel Fosdick's removal, 243-4n

and Niagara collection district, 585-6, 592

on organization of revenue districts, 525-7, 585-6

and passports, 331n

and potential alliance with Great Britain, 153

and queries on Louisiana, viii-ix, 688, 689-90, 693-4, 695-9

and renewal of war between Britain and France, 330-2

and revenues collected at New Orleans, 689-90

and Rutgers case, 167, 256

seeks removal of U.S. marshal, 587-8, 592-3

and T. Coxe, 544-5, 586-9, 592

and TJ's proposed amendment for incorporation of Louisiana into U.S., viii, 683-4, 688, 690

and Wabash saline, 544-5, 593-4

See also Treasury, U.S. Department of the

Galloway, John, 507-8

Gallup, Oliver, 452n, 718

galvanism, 475

Gamble, Robert (midshipman), 343

Gameau, Auguste, 511, 512

Ganges River, 234

Gantt, John Mackall, 718

Gardeners Dictionary (Philip Miller), 613, 614n

Garnett, John, 288-9, 377

Garrard, William, 689

Gates, Horatio

advises on appointments, 672-3

health of, 54

and J. Garnett, 289n

letter from, 672-3

victory at Saratoga, 291

Gates, Mary Vallance, 673

Gazetteer (Boston), 164n

Gazette of the United States (Philadelphia), 189n, 554n, 679n

Geismar, Baron von

business affairs, 23-5

letter from, 23-5

letters to cited, 25n

Gelston, David

and E. Livingston's debt to the Treasury, 545-6, 645

forwards letters for TJ, 567

letter from, 567

recommends aspirants for office, 608-9n

General Armstrong (brig), 608n

General History of the Christian Church from the Fall of the Western Empire to the Present Time (Joseph Priestley), 610

Genesee River, 586n

Genet, Edmond Charles, 113

Genoa, 457, 458n, 492n

Geoponica (Cassianus Bassus), 316, 317n

George II, King of Great Britain, 494n, 577

George III, King of Great Britain

calls for war preparations, 40, 43n, 46, 49, 314

family of, 529n

illness of, 228

letter of credence for U.S. minister, 230-1

letter to, 230-1

and resignation of Rufus King, 302

Georgetown, D.C.

attorneys, 33

banks, 436, 437n

education, 402n

relationship to Washington, 440

taverns, 643n

Georgetown College, 402n

George Washington University, 165n

Georgia

Brunswick collectorship, 59, 60n, 89, 274

collection of internal revenues in, 635, 636n

cotton production in, 319

education in, 165n

lighthouses, 274n

slave trade in, 505

St. Simons Island, 274n

supervisor for, 635, 636n

and western land claims, 6

See also Federalists

Georgia, University of, 165n, 408

Gérard, Conrad Alexandre, 148, 149

Gérard de Rayneval, Joseph Mathias

letter from, 148-9

presses claim of brother's family, 148-9

German language, 566n, 625

Germany, 25n, 358, 360, 481

See also Hamburg, Germany; Hanover, Germany; Prussia

Gerry, Elbridge, xli

Gerry, Samuel R., 468n

Geuns, Stephanus Joannes van

Plantarum Belgii, 613, 614n

Gibraltar

American vessels touch at, 92, 111, 151, 547

naval base at, 150, 152

Gibraltar Chronicle, 707, 708n

Gibson, Charles, 525-7, 718

Gibson, Jacob, 439, 526n

Gibson & Jefferson

handle shipments for TJ, 499

handles TJ's business affairs in Richmond, 14n, 67, 197, 436, 575, 581, 602

TJ's account with, 224

See also Jefferson, George

Gila River, xliii

Giles, Aquila, 166

Giles, William (seaman), 462

Giles, William Branch, 191n

Gillender, James, 567

Gilmer, Dr. George, 11n

Gilmer, Mary House (Mrs. Peachy R. Gilmer), 11n

Gilmer, Peachy Ridgeway, 11

glass, 262-3

Gloria (ship), 649, 650

Gobelins, Manufacture des, 207n

Goddard, John

identified, 262n

letter from, 261-2

recommends aspirants for office, 261-2

Godoy y Álvarez de Faria, Manuel de, 706, 708n

Goetschius, John M., 458n, 722

Goforth, William, 714

Golden, Abraham, 391

Goldsborough, Charles W.

letter from, 576

principal clerk of Navy Dept., 152n

and Valenzin's case, 576

Goldsmith, Lewis, 39, 43n, 45

Goldsmith, Oliver, 295

Gooch, Sir William, 579n

Good Hope, Cape of, 180, 331n

Gordon, Mr., 586

Gordon, John

letter from cited, 722

Gordon's Tavern (Gordonsville, Orange Co., Va.), 165

Gore, John, 12

Gorter, David de

Flora Belgica, 613, 614n

Graecum Lexicon Manuale (Benjamin Hederich), 511, 512

Graham, John, 706, 708

Graham, William P., 300

Grammar of the French Tongue (John Perrin), 670, 672n

Granger, Gideon

advises on appointments, 86n, 339n, 443, 452, 689

as "Algernon Sidney," 335-6n, 449, 450n

criticized by Federalists, 389n

and divisions among Pa. Republicans, 323, 371

forwards letters, papers, 77, 427, 429n

health of, 77

and Hudson Bee, 189n

letter from cited, 443n, 723

letters from, 77, 323-4, 366, 427, 452

letters to, 334-5, 407-8

as postmaster general, 214, 216, 389n, 466

and R. Claiborne's boat propulsion system, 373

as reference, 58, 210

and S. Hunt, 210, 211n

sends news of elections, politics in northeast, 323-4, 366, 414

TJ sends Va. election results to, 334-5, 407-8

Vindication of the Measures of the Present Administration, 286, 335-6, 420-1, 449, 450n, 614-15

Grant, Sibbald & Balfour (Leghorn), 515, 516n

Granville, John Carteret, first Earl of, 6

Grasse, François Joseph Paul de, Comte de Grasse and Marquis de Grasse-Tilly, 487, 488n, 629, 633

Gray, Robert, 367, 368, 369n

Gray, Thomas

“Elegy in a Country Churchyard,” 337n

Great Britain

Agriculture

Board of Agriculture, vii, 336, 337n

Art

landscaping, 507n

Colonies

Board of Trade and Plantations, 89-90n

See also Canada; Jamaica

Economy

and Indian trade, xliii, 170, 173, 179

industrialization, 350, 352

shipbuilding, 109n

Foreign Relations

and French acquisition of Louisiana, 39, 45

with Russia, 431, 434n

and Sicily, 628

with Spain, 707-8

Laws

capital punishment, 476n

Navy

commences war with France, 303n

model for U.S. navy, 88

only check on French power, 637

strengthening of, 37, 40, 43n

Politics and Government

and Sierra Leone Company, 363-4

Whig Party, 708

Science and Learning

exploration of Pacific Northwest, xlii-xliii, 89-90n, 369-70n

Iberville canal, 234-5

learned societies, 516n

mathematics, 402, 403n

medicine, 226n

smallpox vaccination, 656-7

U.S. Relations with

Britain contemplates seizure of New Orleans, 229, 331, 332n, 335, 472n

British attitude toward U.S., 39

and customs violations on the Great Lakes, 91, 93n, 111, 586, 592

exequaturs for U.S. consuls, 57-8

and Florida, 201n

immigrants to Britain, 89n

immigrants to U.S., 30n, 142, 168n, 289n, 330n, 358, 360, 453n, 551

impact of renewed war with France on, vii, 330-2, 392, 515, 637, 639-40, 708-9

impressment of American seamen, 477-8

and Indian affairs, xliii

influence of Whig principles on Americans, 708

interference with U.S. shipping, 90, 91n

and Lewis and Clark expedition, 8-9, 170, 173, 177, 278

and Miss. Terr., 3n

potential alliance to secure Louisiana, vii, 75n, 121, 153-4, 201n, 227-33, 472n, 515, 717

and retrocession of Louisiana to France, 39, 43n, 45

rivalry in upper Louisiana, 170, 173, 302

secretary of U.S. legation to, 210

TJ seeks peace and amity with, vii, 708-9

U.S. minister to, 199, 202n, 210, 227-9, 230, 717

U.S. vessels stopped, searched by British, 473n

and U.S. politics, 334, 637, 639, 712

and W. Indies trade, 12-13, 145-6

War with France

arrest of British soldiers, citizens in France, 432, 434n, 481

and blockade of French controlled ports, 481

Britain issues letters of marque, 432, 434n

British army and navy strengthened, 37, 40, 43n, 46, 49

capture of French vessels near Spain, 707-8

causes of, 35-41, 43n, 45-6, 49, 303n, 326, 372, 422, 431-2, 434n, 637, 639-40, 708

commencement of naval war, 303n

communications disrupted by, 413n

economic consequences of, 139, 432

effect on insurance rates, 328

formal declaration of, 301, 303n

French, Batavian vessels detained, 432, 434n, 481, 707-8

and French expeditionary force for Louisiana, 114n

and French occupation of Hanover, 529

French views of, 97-8, 350, 352

imminence of, 64n, 97, 199, 200, 310, 311n, 320, 334, 335, 392, 407, 442, 450, 475, 553, 556, 595

may restore British commerce and influence, 530n

occupation of Sicily, 628

role of British sea power, 350, 352, 637

and Spanish neutrality, 707-8

suspected French reoccupation of Egypt, 37, 40, 46, 49

threat of French invasion, 37, 40, 46, 49, 482

See also United States: Foreign Relations

Great Lakes

customs violations on, 91, 93n, 111, 586, 592

survey of, 411

Greek language, 156, 316

Green, Abner, 103-4n

Green, Thomas Marston, 60n, 103-4n

Greenville, Treaty of, 420

Gregg, Andrew

identified, 329n

letter from, 329

opposes calls for removal of Federalists, 348n

recommends aspirants for office, 329, 388, 439

Griffin, Burgess

letters from cited, 363n, 502n, 721, 723

letters to cited, 363n, 721, 722

and tobacco crop at Poplar Forest, 150n, 362, 502n

Griffin, Thomas, 334, 335n

Griffiths, Elijah

letter from, 499-501

recommends removal of Federalists, 499-501

Grymes, John, 579n

Guadeloupe, W.I., 108, 472n

Guardian of Freedom (Frankfort, Ky.), 77, 101

gunboats, 58, 721

gun carriages

for Morocco, 56, 79, 87, 101, 490n

gunpowder, 63, 64n, 87

gunsmiths, 620

Gunter's scale, 73

gypsum. See plaster of paris

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