Volume 40 Index

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M

McCalla, Daniel, 721

McClallen, John, 249n

McClean, Archibald

identified, 212-13n

letters to, from cited, 213n

letter to, 212-13

requests copies of laws pertaining to Alexandria, 212-13

McClellan, Robert, 246, 249n

McClenachan, Blair

letter from, 681

seeks appointment, 681

McClintock, John, 262n

McComb. See Macomb

McCrea, James

letter from cited, 722

McCrea, Samuel, 552, 554n

McCreery (Macrery), Joseph, 389

Macdonald, Étienne Jacques Joseph Alexandre, 415, 416n

McEwan, Mr., 436

McGillivray, Duncan, 28n

McGinnis (McGinnas), Daniel, 507-8

McHenry, James, 160-1n, 378, 611n

McHenry, Fort, 195n

McKean, Thomas

and A. Gregg, 329n

advises on appointments, 340, 341n

and funeral for S. T. Mason, 522-3n

introduces Blackburn, 494-5

letter from, 494-5

letter from cited, 341n

patronage practices, 500, 676, 678

Mackenzie, Alexander

Voyages from Montreal, 60, 61n, 173, 549, 602

McLane, Allen

calls for removal of, 68n, 555-6, 557n, 676, 721, 724

as Federalist leader, 68, 76

McLaughlin, Charles, 305, 643

McLellan, Arthur, 243n

McMillan, William, 714

McMurdo & Fisher (Richmond), 459

McNeil, James, 6-7

McNeill, Daniel, 64n, 491, 492, 493n

Macomb, Alexander (1782-1841), 418

Macon, Nathaniel, 148n, 373n

Macon, Col. William, 150, 224

McPherson, William, 91, 93n, 586-7, 589n

McPherson's Blues, 587, 589n

MacRea (McRea), William, 246, 445

McRee, William, 190

McShane, Barnabas

asked to make payment for TJ, 624-5

identified, 625n

letter from cited, 625n, 720

letter to, 624-5

Maddox, William

letter to cited, 110n, 721

payments to, 110

Madeira. See wine

Madison, Dolley Payne Todd, 273, 667

Madison, James

Congress

and Chastellux claim, 488n

letters from, 26-7, 62-4, 79-80, 94-5, 172

letters to, 78, 87-8, 101, 346-7, 667

Personal Affairs

carries cloth to T. M. Randolph, 409

invited to dine with TJ, 667

and Lafayette, 387

president of American Board of Agriculture, 638

tobacco crop of, 622

visits Montpelier, 273, 409

Volney sends translation of Ruines to, 98n

Politics

and B. Austin, 669

and T. Coxe, 586, 588n, 592

President

appointments, 86n, 147n, 165n, 430n

Secretary of State

applications to, for appointments, 58, 427n, 444n, 491, 492, 493n, 608-9, 667

asked to issue commissions, 346-7

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

and Barbary states, 26-7, 63, 64n, 78, 79-80, 81-2, 87-8, 94-5, 101, 116, 196-7n

and Bernadotte, 122n

and Blicher Olsen, 494n

and certificates of citizenship for seamen, 666

and ciphers, 35, 47n, 48n, 62-4, 153n, 228, 332n, 490n

and commercial agents, 719n

and consuls' accounts, 647-53

and DuVal's reappointment, 279-80

and Florida, 684

forwards information, 15

forwards letters for TJ, 78, 574

gun carriages for Morocco, 56, 79, 87, 101

instructions for Monroe, R. R. Livingston, 19, 41, 47, 153-4, 202n, 227-33, 331-2n

instructions for T. Lear, 649, 659n

and J. M. Marshall's resignation, 675n

and Lewis and Clark expedition, 169-70, 172, 182n

and Md. Bank of England stock, 379n

and navigation of rivers through Florida, 418n

and peace negotiations with Tripoli, 153, 196-7n

and proposed amendment on Louisiana, 683-4, 687-8

and purchase of Louisiana, 302-3, 470, 471, 472n, 473n

and quarantines, 139

and R. Claiborne's boat propulsion system, 373

receives dispatches from Monroe, 201-2n, 391, 393n

receives dispatches from R. R. Livingston, 38, 39, 42-3n, 44-5, 47, 48, 62-4, 87-8, 201-3n, 393n

as reference, 58

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

and restoration of deposit at New Orleans, 257n

salaries and compensation for consuls, 648-9

and termination of right of deposit at New Orleans, 26-7, 62, 63n, 78, 79-80, 87, 94-5

and TJ's queries on Louisiana, 693

trade with Portugal, 94-5

See also State, U.S. Department of

Madison, Bishop James

and boundary dispute between Va. and Md., 533-4, 577-80

letter from, 533-4

letter to, 577-80

signs attestation, 188n

Maecenas, 564, 566n

magnets, 425-6

Magruder, John B.

identified, 111n

letter from cited, 111n, 721

letter to, 110-11

and lumber for TJ, 110-11, 390n

Mahon, Samuel Sidney, 51

Maine

Castine, 503n

Cumberland Co., 244n

Frenchman's Bay collectorship, 502-3, 723

Hallowell, 223n, 308n

Hampden, 503n

Kennebec River, 222

marshal for, 489n

Passamaquoddy, 11n

Penobscot, 503n

Penobscot collectorship, 466

postmasters, 503n

smuggling in, 243-4n

Vinalhaven, 503n

Waldoboro collectorship, 466

See also bankruptcy commissioners; Federalists; Portland, Me.; Republicans

Maison Carrée (Nîmes), 379-80

Malaga, Spain, 79, 80n, 150-1

Malmaison (château), xliv

Malone, Dumas, 685

Maloy, Patrick (seaman), 462

Malta

British occupation of, 36-8, 40, 43n, 44n, 46, 48n, 49, 303n, 431, 434n

naval base at, 151, 152, 547

U.S. consul at, 483, 484n

mammoth

evidence of, sought, 182n

See also mastodon

Manchac, W. Fla., 695

Manchester, England, 350, 352, 516n

Manco Cápac, 350, 352

Mandan, Fort, 296

Manhattan Company, 384n

Mann, Oliver

identified, 503n

letter from, 502-3

recommends P. D. Sargent, 502-3

Manning, Laurence

letter from cited, 138-9n

and militia returns, 138-9

Mansfield, Jared

appointed U.S. surveyor general, 410-12, 424, 497

Essays, Mathematical and Physical, 412n

identified, 412n

instruments for, 497n

letter from, 673-4

letter to, 410-12

seeks advance on expenses, 497n, 673-4

Manual of Parliamentary Practice. For the Use of the Senate of the United States (Thomas Jefferson), 348, 351, 353n

manufacturing

calico printing, 99-100

iron, 57, 309, 562, 564n

promotion of, 168n, 680n

salt, 591

snuff, 567-8

tapestries, 207n

textiles, 99, 357n

See also mills

Map of the British and French Dominions in North America (John Mitchell), xliii, 89-90

maps

Fry and Jefferson's map of Md. and Va., 89-90n, 534, 580n

for Lewis and Clark expedition, xlii-xliv, 60, 61n, 89-90, 170, 320 (illus.), 445

lining and pasting of, 713

of Louisiana, 302, 304n, 699n

of Mississippi River, 60, 61n, 411, 424

of Missouri River, xliii-xliv, 60, 61n, 320 (illus.)

of North America, xlii-xliii, 8n, 15, 60, 61n, 89-90n, 320 (illus.), 549, 602, 671, 672n

of Pacific Coast, 60, 61n, 445, 446n

of Rio Grande, 60, 61n, 89

of United States, 424

of Washington, D.C., 65

March, John

account with TJ, 712-13

Marengo, battle of, 113

Maret, Hugues Bernard, 433n

Mark, Jacob, 23, 24

Markland, Edward, 527n

Marseilles, France, 34, 456-7

Marsh, Amos, 32n

Marshall, James (midshipman), 343

Marshall, James M., 675

Marshall, John

Life of George Washington, 14

signs attestation, 188n

Martin, William (R.I.), 345

Mary Ann (ship), 91n

Maryland

artists in, xliv

Baltimore Co., 604n

and Bank of England stock, 377-9

boundary dispute with Va., 533-4, 577-80

Caroline Co., 532n

Centreville, 59n

and Chastellux claim, 486n, 487, 488n, 634

claim for arms and supplies, 378-9, 441-2

collection of internal revenues in, 635-6n

constitution, 372n

and District of Columbia, 534-6, 724

Easton surveyorship, 525-7, 718

elections in, 323

Frederick, 680

grand jury, 372-3, 676, 678n

Havre de Grace, 5n

joint stock companies, 421n

legislature, 421n, 604n

maps of, 89-90n, 534

militia, 379n, 441-2

postmasters, 5n

Queen Anne's Co., 59n

Society of Friends in, 259

stage lines, 5n

supervisor for, 635-6n

universal suffrage, 372-3n

See also Baltimore, Md.; Federalists; Republicans

Maskelyne, Nevil

Tables Requisite, 670, 672n

Mason, Charles, 578

Mason, John (Georgetown merchant), xli, 65, 66-7n

Mason, John Thomson

advises on appointments, 675

law students of, 33

letter from, 675

and Veitch's case, 83-4n

and W. Pickering's case, 15n

Mason, Jonathan, 308n

Mason, Stevens Thomson, 11n, 58, 321, 522-3

Massac, Fort, 246, 249n, 445

Massachusetts

appointments and removals in, 465-6, 467

Beverly, 357n

Bridgewater, 503n

claim on the U.S., 160-1

collection of internal revenues in, 635-6n

elections, 11, 163-4, 275, 285-6, 308n, 405, 406n, 408, 423, 550

fisheries, 621n

Gloucester custom house, 466

legislature, 161n, 163-4n, 220, 221n, 405, 406n, 503n, 554n, 621n

Marblehead, 143

marshal, 466, 468n

Nantucket Island, 220-1

Newburyport custom house, 466, 586, 588-9n, 593

newspapers, 70n, 468n

Plymouth collectorship, 59, 60n, 89, 274-5

postmasters, 466

Society of Friends in, 220, 221n

Suffolk Co., 584, 585n

supervisor for, 635-6n

textile manufacturing in, 357n

U.S. attorney, 243-4n

Worcester, 69-70, 488-9, 718

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

mastodon, 238-41, 474-7

mathematics

books on, 402, 403n, 412n, 585n

calculation of interest, 315-16

calculus, 402-3n

fluxions, 399, 402-3n

instruction in, 397, 398, 401-2, 585n

knowledge of, essential for surveyors, 424

square roots, 143-4

See also astronomy

Mathers, James, 9n

Mathieu, John S. M., 483, 491, 492, 627

Maury, Mr., 567

Mayo, Ebenezer, 243n

Mazzei, Philip

exchanges seeds, plants with TJ, 216

forwards letters to TJ, 481, 482, 484n

journey to St. Petersburg, 216, 217

letter from, 216-17

letter from cited, 484n, 723

summary of correspondence with TJ, 216-17

works by, 216-17

Mease, James

and Angerman's pamphlet, 625, 627

Domestic Encyclopædia, 625, 627, 712

letter to, 625

Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Duchy of, 233n

medals, xlvi, 726

Medical Repository (New York), 28n

medicine

abscesses, 462

anasarca, 462

asthma, 226n, 456

back injuries, 303n

bathing, 52, 53, 54-5

bilious diseases, 478

bladder, 349, 351, 353n, 469, 478-9

bleeding, 226n

blistering, 53, 463, 469, 478

books on, 225-6

breast milk as cure, 320-1

chills, 463, 469

colds, coughs, 474

contracts to supply, 495-6

deafness, 36, 38, 40

dentists, 713

diarrhea, 52-4, 320-1, 462

diet, 52

disinfecting "bad air," 530n

dislocations, 462

dispensaries, 281-2n

dropsy, 321

education in, 141n, 226n

exercise, 52-3

fees, 100

feet, 54-5, 531

fever, 309, 321, 462, 463, 469, 530

fractures, 121-2, 204, 206, 387, 454, 455n, 487, 543

gout, 52, 456

impact of climate on health, 126n, 142, 268, 270-1, 273, 349, 351, 353n, 552

influenza, 474, 547

insanity, mental illness, 54, 55n, 228, 494n

kidneys, 77

malaria, 462

measles, x, 190, 270, 273

medical devices, 122, 387, 487

medical schools, societies, 141-2, 226n

medicines, treatments, 53, 226n, 530-1

opiates, 53

perspiration, 52, 530

physicians, 31-2n, 281-2n, 501n, 679n

pneumonia, 462

rheumatic fever, 462

rheumatism, 303n

Rush's advice to M. Lewis, 530-1

scarlet fever, 462

surgeons, 100

syphilis, 462

whooping cough, 226n

See also hospitals; smallpox; yellow fever

Mediterranean Sea

Jewish merchants in, 197n, 576n

trade in, 125, 627-8

See also Navy, U.S.

megalonyx, 240, 621-2

Meigs, Josiah

expresses approbation of TJ's administration, 164-5

identified, 165n

letter from, 164-5

letter to, 408-9

thanked by TJ, sends election news to, 408-9

Meigs, Return, 165n

Meigs, Return Jonathan, 495n, 641

Melville, Viscount. See Dundas, Henry

Memoirs of the Late Reverend Theophilus Lindsey, M.A. (Thomas Belsham), 159n

Mendenhall, Thomas, 677, 678n

Mercer, John F.

and Bank of England stock, 377-9

and claim for arms and supplies, 378-9, 441-2

hopes to visit TJ, 264

letters from, 264, 377-9

Mercury and New-England Palladium (Boston), 308n

Meredith, Samuel, 162

“Meridies de Democrat,” 713

Meriwether, William D.

lumber business of, 389, 390n

makes offer for T. M. Randolph's mill seat, 454, 542n

and mill seat on Henderson lands, 283, 304, 318, 454, 504

Merry, Anthony, 63, 64n, 661

Mery, Mr., 486

Methodists, 30n, 561n

Mexicano (Mexicana) River. See Sabine River

Mexico

threats to Spanish possession of, 350, 352, 353n, 359, 361, 520

Mexico, Gulf of

lack of ports in Florida, 39, 45, 48

outlets for rivers on, 42n, 50-2, 179, 293, 355, 417-18

Meyer, Henry, 207n

Michaux, André

Histoire des chênes de l'Amerique, 613, 614n

proposed western expedition, 171, 182n, 278n

Michel, Capt., 34

Michigan, Lake, 61n, 411, 424, 497

Michigan Territory, 429n, 489n

Michilimackinac

collection district, 91, 93n, 111

Michilimackinac, Fort, 411

Midas (horse), 409

Middlebury Female Seminary, 32n

Middleton, John, 670, 671n

Mifflin, Fort, 195n

Miguel, Prince (Portugal), 225

militia

appointments, 410

arms for, 137-8, 379n, 441-2

federal government should furnish arms to state militias, 441

importance of, 101-2, 137-9, 245

militia laws, 29-30

militia returns, 29-30, 68, 101-2, 137-9, 245

preferable to standing armies, 29

resignations from, 721

in western states and territories, 22-3

Millar, Dr. John

forwards book to TJ, 225-6

identified, 226n

letter from, 225-6

Observations on the Change of Public Opinion in Religion, Politics, and Medicine, 225-6

Milledge, John

letter from cited, 722

recommends aspirants for office, 722

Miller, Isaac

makes offer for T. M. Randolph's mill seat, 454, 542n

and mill seat on Henderson lands, 283, 304, 318, 454, 504

Miller, William, 586, 634, 635-6n

Miller (Millar), Philip

Gardeners Dictionary, 613, 614n

Milligan, Robert (seaman), 462

mills

destroyed by floods, 599-600

on Henderson lands, 283, 304-5, 318-19, 454, 504, 506, 533, 540, 541-2, 546, 595-6

portable corn mills, 288, 289n

Porter's, 706

Shadwell, 110, 111n, 283n, 318, 453n, 506, 533n

T. M. Randolph's mill seat at North Milton, 319, 454-5, 506, 540, 541

Union Mills, 111n

Milton, John

Paradise Lost, 401, 402-3n

Milton, Va., 283, 285, 305n

See also North Milton, Va.

Minerva (British frigate), 629

Minifie, Charles

and improvement of Pennsylvania Ave., 421, 440

letter from, 421

letter to, 440

Minor, John

letter to cited, 720

Mint, U.S., xlv-xlvi, 156-7, 162

Mirabeau, Honoré Gabriel Riquetti, Comte de

works by, 290, 291-2n

Mirror of the Times, & General Advertiser (Wilmington, Del.), 324n, 678n

Mississippi River

as boundary, 198, 286, 422, 682-3

and connection to Lake Pontchartrain, 234-5, 292-3, 354-5

expansion of settlement along, 286, 292, 422-3, 682-3

and France, 42n, 75n, 113, 227, 332n

free navigation of, vii, 19-21, 42n, 51, 52n, 75n, 77n, 80n, 108, 227, 229, 256, 257n, 258-9, 259-60, 286, 292, 332n, 350, 352, 451, 582, 595

and Great Britain, 332n

gunboats on, 58

maps of, 60, 61n, 411

navigation difficulties on, 112, 114n, 234-5

need for new place of deposit on, 292, 354

pilots on, 114n

ports of entry on, 154n

source of, 179

Spanish settlements on, 180, 182n

St. Anthony Falls, 411, 424

steam navigation on, 628

suitability of region for agriculture, 170

survey of, 411, 424, 497

trade on, 11, 26n, 29n, 94, 95n, 113

Mississippi Territory

Adams Co., 3, 6, 250n, 449

attorney general, 450n

collection district, 10-11, 59, 89

commissioners of land offices in, 3, 4, 6-7, 259-60, 449, 460, 555, 557, 642, 643n, 689, 722

and establishment of ports of entry, 418n

fraudulent land titles in, 102-4

and Indian affairs, 12n, 422-4

judges, 448-9, 555, 557, 642, 723

land offices in, 3, 10, 208-9, 259, 260n, 329, 387-8, 449, 460

legislature, 516-17, 521n

militia, 245, 410

newspapers, 449

political factions in, 103-4

proposed expansion of, 10

receivers at, 259

river access to Gulf of Mexico, 50-2, 417-18, 422

secretary of, 10, 11n, 59, 61n

settlement of, 682

surveyor general, 12, 92, 120n, 259, 410n, 424, 717

Washington, 449, 516-17, 521n

Washington Co., 3n, 6, 418n, 449

See also Claiborne, William C. C.; Natchez

Mississippi Territory House of Representatives

petition from, 50-2

seeks navigation of rivers through Florida, 50-2, 417-18, 422

Missouri, 185n

Missouri River

exploration of, 8n, 177, 367-9, 653

extent of watershed, 170, 173-4, 179

Great Bend of, xliii

Indians along, xliii, 178

lack of knowledge about, xliii-xliv

maps of, xliii-xliv, 60, 61n, 320 (illus.)

and Michaux's proposed western expedition, 171, 182n

potential for settlement along, 169-70, 174

traders on, 174

upper branches of, xliii-xliv

white settlements on, 180

See also Lewis and Clark expedition

Mitchell, John

Map of the British and French Dominions in North America, xliii, 89-90

Mitchell, John (Le Havre)

forwards books for Library of Congress, 513n

forwards dispatches, seeks confirmation of appointment, 340-1, 412-13, 486n

identified, 341n

letters from, 340-1, 412-13

Mitchell, John (seaman), 462

Mitchill, Samuel Latham

letter from cited, 723

publishes Medical Repository, 28n

Mobile, W. Fla., 431, 433, 689

Mobile Bay, 50

Mobile River, 234, 293, 354-5, 418n

molasses

from Jamaica, 12-13, 145-6

for TJ, 25-6

Monnier, Sophie Richard de Ruffey, Marquise de, 291n

Monroe, Eliza, 22n, 392, 393n

Monroe, Elizabeth Kortright, xli, 22n, 542, 543

Monroe, James

accused of financial improprieties, 393n

advises on appointments, 146-7n, 341n, 393, 489n

Albemarle Co. property, 21-2n

appointed minister to Great Britain, 153-4n, 227-9, 230n, 231n, 628

appointed special envoy to France, vii-viii, 38, 41, 44, 46-7, 49, 75n, 77n, 117-18, 145n, 187, 227, 334, 541, 682

appointments by, as president, 185n

assists with claims, memorials, 387, 415

carries books to Volney, 21, 348, 351

carries letters for TJ, 19, 21n, 367, 368, 393

and ciphers, 489-90

commissions for, 21n, 199-200

and delivery of Louisiana treaty and conventions, 412-13n

family of, 392, 393n

forwards papers, 15

and fossil discoveries, 622

and free navigation of Mississippi River, 19-22, 87, 332n

goes to France, 19-22, 198, 200n, 332n, 334

health of, 302, 303n

instructions to, 21n, 331-2n, 684

letters from, 19-22, 391-3

letters of credence for, 21n

letter to, 489-90

and navigation of rivers through Florida, 418n

and negotiations for Florida, 392

opinion on Louisiana boundary, 433-4n

payments to, by TJ, 393n

portrait of, xlii, 320 (illus.)

potential candidate for Congress, 270n

presented to French government, xliv, 199-200, 201n, 202n, 301-2, 303n

and purchase of Louisiana, 302-3, 391-2, 412-13n, 456-7, 470, 471, 472-3n, 553, 596, 660, 707

as reference, 340, 341n

relationship with R. R. Livingston, 198, 201n, 302-3

and renewal of war between Britain and France, 331-2n, 392-3, 450

special envoy to Spain, 41, 47, 77n, 229, 392, 432

and tea for Mme de Corny, 489-90

and U.S. consuls, 387, 457, 480

and Vanderlyn, xli

Monroe, Maria Hester, 22n

Montague, William, 722

Montebello (Samuel Smith estate), 419n

Montezuma, 350, 352

Monthly Magazine; or, British Register (London), 226n

Monthly Review, 402, 403n

Monticello

architectural drawings for, 390-1

architectural ornaments for, 80-1, 277n, 389, 726

artwork at, xlii, 214, 215

balusters, balustrade, 447

biannual visits to, planned by TJ, 7, 14, 17, 98, 107, 147n, 219, 506, 575, 644, 661, 668, 690, 691, 706

clocks in, 499n

dining room, xlii, 80-1

fig trees, 409

fireplaces, 80, 389, 390-1

floors, 111n, 318, 389-90

glass for, 263

groceries and supplies for, 191n, 277n, 345, 361, 362-3, 485, 575, 690-1, 723

gutters, 446-7

kitchen, 499n

landscaping at, 190, 191n, 507n

library at, 60

lumber for, 284-5, 318, 389-90

orchards and gardens at, 409

parlors, 80-1, 389-90

peach trees, 111, 409

pecans planted at, 99

plastering, 503-4

postal service to, from, 317, 320

roofing, 18n, 263, 446-7, 485

seeds for, 266, 277

sheet iron for, 263, 446-7, 485

slaves at, 503

tea room, 80-1

terras, 446-7

TJ invites family to, 190, 270-1, 362, 575, 595

TJ invites friends to, 107, 219, 272, 319, 533

various visitors to, 33, 284n, 488n, 640n

windows, 80-1

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Nailery

Montpelier, 273

Montpellier, France, 456

Moore, Alexander, 93n

Moore, Andrew, 407-8

Moore, Cleon, 83n

Morales, Juan Ventura

eases restrictions on U.S. provisions, 94, 95n

Irujo intervenes with, 26, 94

ordered to restore deposit at New Orleans, 256, 257n, 269, 286, 326, 372, 557n

terminates right of deposit at New Orleans, 26-7, 62, 63n, 70, 78, 186, 519-21, 522n

and transfer of Louisiana to France, 113, 114-15n

Moran, Joseph

letter to cited, 110n, 721

payments to, 110, 150, 224

Morocco

consul at, 87, 101, 116, 152

threat of war with, 152

U.S. policy toward, 87, 88, 101, 116

wheat from, 92, 94n

See also Sulayman, Mawlay, Sultan of Morocco

Morris, Gouverneur, 69-70

Morris, Lewis R., 452

Morris, Richard Valentine

criticism of, 92, 111, 152, 153n

and Eaton, 94

instructions to, 111, 112n, 151

and Navoni, 491, 492, 493n

recalled from Mediterranean, vii, 152n, 548, 558, 574

reports regarding Tripoli expected from, 79

summary of dispatches from, 150-2, 547-8

and Valenzin's case, 576n

and W. Eaton, 647

Morrison, James, 460n, 654

Morrow, Jeremiah, 714

Morsell, James S., 718, 719n

Morton, Jacob

letter from cited, 723

Moultrie, Fort, 590n

Mount Vernon, xli, 65

Muhammad, 333

Muhlenberg, John Peter Gabriel

and collection of internal revenues in Pa., 636n

and divisions among Pa. Republicans, 91-3

forwards letters to, from TJ, 370, 595

letter from, 595

letters to, 370, 636-7

recommends aspirants for office, 343

and removals in custom house, 91-3, 111

TJ recommends J. Barnes to, 636-7

Munroe, Thomas

Account of Public Expenditures, 618-19

advertises for building materials, 22

on Independence Day committee, 624n

and James Williams's claim, 534-6

and landscaping in Washington, xli, 19n, 64-7, 95-6

letters from, 64-7, 217-18, 534-6

letters to, 22, 95-6, 147, 237-8

request for a theater in Washington, 65, 66n, 96, 147

seeks clarification on authority, date of appointment, 217-18, 237-8

as superintendent of public buildings, 16, 18, 137n

Muratori, Lodovico Antonio, 510, 512

murder

by, of Indians, 419-20, 428, 541n

Murray, Alexander

criticizes R. V. Morris, 92

and increase in Mediterranean squadron, 101

returns with Constellation, 82

summary of dispatches of, 150-2

Murray, Charles

identified, 657n

letter from, 656-7

sends smallpox publication to TJ, 656-7

Murray, John, 74-6, 263, 264n

music, 501-2

Muskingum River, 715

Mustafa Baba, Dey of Algiers

objects to Cathcart, 80n, 197n

presents for, 116

threatens war with France, 79, 80n

TJ urged to write to, 63, 64n

Muter, George, 461n

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