Volume 40 Index

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P

Pacific Northwest

exploration of, 369n

maps of, 60, 61n

Pacific Ocean

ports, settlements on, 180

rivers emptying into, 61n, 170-1, 173-4, 177, 182n, 367, 368-9

Page, John

elected governor, 84-5, 272

family of, 271

friendship with John Walker, 84, 272

friendship with TJ, 84-5, 271-2, 319-20

health of, 271

introduces J. Murray, 75-6, 264n

letters from, 75-6, 271-2

letter to, 84-5

and militia returns, 76

Page, Mann, 271

Page, Margaret Lowther, 84, 271, 272, 320

Page, Octavus A., 306

Paine, Amasa, 30-2

Paine, Elijah, 32n

Paine, Seth, 710, 711n

Paine, Thomas

Age of Reason, 396-8, 402n

as reference, 340

Palermo, 547, 627

Palladium (Boston). See Mercury and New-England Palladium

Palladium (Frankfort, Ky.), 460, 461n

Palmyra, 354

Panton, Leslie & Co., 422

Pantops (Eppes estate, Albemarle Co., Va.), 322

paper, 178, 182n, 670-1

Papin, Denis, 476n

Paradise Lost (John Milton), 401, 402-3n

Parallèle de Bonaparte avec Charlemagne (Jean Chas), 327-8

Pardo, El (Spain), 652, 653n

pardons

denied by TJ, 338, 342

granted by TJ, 15n, 84n, 508

petitions for, 14-15, 82-4, 279, 337-8, 507-8

Parent, M., 314

Paris

art, xliv

banks, 312, 314

chamber of commerce, 618n

convent of the Rue des Fossés Saint-Victor, 456

Fulton demonstrates steamboat at, 629n

museums, 477n

newspapers, 39, 43n, 45, 334

publishers, 98n

Société de Médecine (Paris), 141-2

source for books, 509-14

source for wine, 312-14

Parkyns, George Isham, 506-7

Parrish, Jasper, 610-11, 612n

Pascal, Blaise

Pensées, 156, 183, 184, 300, 301, 316

passports

for Lewis and Clark expedition, 8-9

sea letters, 331, 332n, 666

Pasteur, Thomas, 418

patents, 426n

“Patriotic Ode” (William C. White), 69, 70n

Patterson, Robert

and Briggs's request for use of transit, 300n

formula for calculating longitude, 70-4

letters from, 70-4, 573

prepares M. Lewis for expedition, 16n, 70-4, 170, 263, 278, 374-5, 377, 444, 573

proposes cipher, 295

Patton (Pattin), Mr., 621-2

Peace Establishment Act (1801), 88-9n

Peale, Charles Willson

displays mastodon skeleton, 238-41

interest in new fossil discoveries, 622

and J. I. Hawkins's inventions, 476

letters from, 238-41, 474-7

and sons' mastodon exhibition, 238, 240n, 474-7

Peale, Rembrandt

displays mastodon skeleton, 238-40, 474-7

portraits by, 475, 476n

portraits of TJ, xliv

writings on mastodon by, 238, 241n

Peale, Rubens, 238, 240n, 475, 476n, 477n

Pearl River, 3n, 557, 642

pecans, 90, 99, 424

Peck, Abijah, 429

Peck, Pascal Paoli, 343

Peck, William, 660

Pedersen, Peder, 494n

Pedesclaux, Peter, 520, 521n

Pelion, Mount, 397, 402n

Penn, William, 578, 580n

Pennsylvania

agriculture in, 337n

bankers, 329n

Baptists in, 168n, 212n

Brownsville (Redstone), 680, 681n

Carlisle, 630-1, 633n

Centre Co., 329n

collection of internal revenues in, 636n

Dauphin Co., 329n

Germans in, 630

newspapers, 722

Norristown, 337n

Pittsburgh, 172, 249n, 568n, 680

Presque Isle, 585, 586n

supervisor for, 636n

surveyor general, 329, 388n

Uniontown, 680, 681n

Whiskey Insurrection, 630-1, 633n

See also bankruptcy commissioners; Federalists; Philadelphia; Republicans

Pennsylvania, Bank of, 132, 197

Pennsylvania, University of, 53

Pennsylvania Packet and Daily Advertiser (Philadelphia), 571n

Penn v. Lord Baltimore, 578, 580n

Pensées (Blaise Pascal), 156, 183, 184, 300, 301, 316

Pepys, William Hasledine, 475, 476n

Perdido (Perdigo) River, 302, 304n, 433n

Perkin, Joseph, 249n

perpetual motion, 425-7

Perrin, John

Grammar of the French Tongue, 670, 672n

Perry, Mr., 225

Perry, John

account with Brown, Rives, & Co., 285, 317

assistant for, 503-4

letters from cited, 504n, 723

Peter I (the Great), Emperor of Russia, 109n

Petry, Jean Baptiste, 487, 488n

Pettigrew, John, 439

Petty, James, 362

Peyroux de la Coudrèniere, Henri

letter to, 653-4

and Lewis and Clark expedition, 653-4

Peyton, Craven

John Henderson's deed to, 287-8

letter from cited, 540n

letters from, 283, 504

letters to, 304-5, 540

and mill seat on Henderson lands, 283, 304-5, 318-19, 320n, 454, 504, 533n, 540, 541, 595

payments to, 14, 69, 149-50, 319, 690

purchases land for TJ, 106, 107n, 287-8, 304, 305n, 319

Peyton, Francis, 542n

Phelps, Oliver, 585, 592

Philadelphia

artists, 380n

banks, 132, 168n, 197

Baptists in, 168n

booksellers, 183-4, 271n

clockmakers, 299, 499n

coffee houses, 395-6n

Common Council, 388n

custom house, 91-3, 111, 586-7

dispensaries, 281-2n

education in, 679n

Friends Latin School, 679n

furriers, 264

Germans in, 566n

gunsmiths, 620

inns, hotels, 55n

insurance companies, 388n

Irish in, 625n

iron manufacturing, 57, 263, 309, 562, 564n

Market St., 264

merchants, 196n, 380n, 388n, 562-3, 589n, 625n

military agent at, 680

militia, 522-3n, 625n

navy agent at, 587, 589n

newspapers, 93n, 188, 189n, 221, 461n, 522-3n, 554n, 566n, 571-2n, 679n

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

Presbyterians in, 610n

purveyor of public supplies, 544, 545n, 586-7, 681

quarantine of vessels of, by Spain, 139n

smallpox vaccination in, 281-2

Society of Friends in, 380n, 499n, 679n

stock exchange, 395-6n

storekeepers, 329n

taverns, 395-6n, 625n

tobacco manufacturing, 568n

tobacco market at, 485

ward meetings in, 91-2, 93n, 111, 323, 324n, 348n, 371-2, 406, 522, 523n, 587

waterworks, 57n

yellow fever, 225-6

See also Republicans

Philadelphia (U.S. frigate)

captured by Tripoli, 343n

to prepare for Mediterranean, 82, 115, 498n, 548, 659

Philadelphia Bank, 168n

Philadelphia Baptist Association, 168n

Philadelphia Dispensary, 281-2n

Philadelphia Society for the Encouragement of Domestic Manufactures, 168n

Philosophical Magazine (London), 74, 238, 241n

Philosophical Transactions (Royal Society of London), 578

physiognotrace, 476, 501

Piattoli, Scipione, 216, 217

Pichon, Louis André

appoints commercial agents, 79, 80n

assists French citizens, 149n, 203, 205, 710

letter from, 8-9

and Lewis and Clark expedition, 8-9, 177, 182n, 653

and Louisiana, 62, 63n, 470, 471, 473n

and termination of right of deposit at New Orleans, 62, 63n, 79-80

Volney sends translation of Ruines to, 98n

Pickering, Timothy, 340n, 444n, 610, 611n

Pickering, William

letters from cited, 14-15n, 721

pardoned by TJ, 15n

seeks pardon, 14-15

Pickett, Pollard & Johnston, 691n

Pickman, William, 267, 268n, 466

Pierry (Pierrij), France, 313

Pinckney, Charles

absent from Madrid, 139n

and boundary of Louisiana, 433n

and free navigation of Mississippi River, 21, 257n

and navigation of rivers through Florida, 417, 418n

and negotiations for New Orleans, 77n

Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth, 552, 554n

Pinckney Treaty

and boundaries, 683

and navigation of Mississippi, 51, 52n, 227, 256, 257n

and removal of Spanish posts, 365n

and right of deposit at New Orleans, 62, 256, 257n

terms of, to be observed by France, 62, 63-4n, 121, 227, 256, 257n, 258, 269-70, 286, 292, 326, 354, 372

Pine, John (seaman), 462

Pinkney, William, 378, 379n

Pio, Louis (Chevalier de Pio)

friendship with TJ, 122-4

identified, 123-4n

letter from, 122-4

letter from cited, 123n

Pitt, Fort, 643

Pitt, William, 475, 477n

Pittman, John

letter from cited, 723

Pittsburgh Gazette, 722

Plantarum Belgii (Stephanus Joannes van Geuns), 613, 614n

plaster of paris

as fertilizer, 541-2, 575, 637, 639

Plato, 254

Playfair, William

Tableaux d'arithmétique linéaire, 511, 512

Plumer, William, 262n

Plumstead, George, 192, 194, 196n

Plunkett family (Ireland), 486n

Plutarch, 712

Poindexter, George

letter from cited, 450n, 723

seeks appointment, 449, 450n, 723

Pointe Coupee, 234

Poland, 510, 512

Political Observatory (Walpole, N.H.), 211n

Pontchartrain, Lake, 235, 293, 354

Pont de Gard, 379, 381n

Pope, Alexander, 85n

Poplar Forest (TJ's estate)

land from, given to T. M. Randolph and J. W. Eppes, 322, 361-2

sale of tobacco from, 149-50, 502

slaves at, 285

Porter's Mill, Va., 706

Portland, Me.

bankruptcy commissioners, 488, 489n

collector at, 241-4, 267, 268n, 466, 717

petition from, 241-4

seeks continuation of Fosdick as collector, 241-4, 267

Portsmouth, N.H.

French vice commissary at, 80n

merchants, 262n

newspapers, 336n

physicians, 262n

Portugal, 94, 95n, 225, 346

See also Lisbon

Post, Nathan, 339n

postal service

appointments and removals in, 466

contracts, 370n

distrusted, 31, 163, 388n

establishment of post roads, routes, 424

mail stages, 370n

postmasters, 5n, 429n, 503n, 679n

removal of postmasters, 388-9

schedules, efficiency of, 163, 265-6, 317, 320

See also Granger, Gideon

Potomac Canal Company, 373

Potomac River

agricultural lands along, 336, 337n

as boundary, 533-4, 577-80

Mason's Island, xli, 65, 66-7n

Pougens, Charles

Bibliothèque française, 509, 511, 513n

and books for Library of Congress, 41, 47, 432-3, 509-13, 529

invoice of Encyclopédie méthodique, xlv, 320 (illus.), 513-14

letter from, 509-13

TJ orders books from, 509-13

Trésor des origines et dictionnaire, 509, 511, 513n

Poulson's American Daily Advertiser (Philadelphia), 461n

Pouncey's tract (TJ's property), 453n

Powell, Catherine Simms, 212n

Powell, Cuthbert

identified, 212-13n

letters to, from cited, 213n

letter to, 212-13

requests copies of laws pertaining to Alexandria, 212-13

Power, Thomas, 520, 521n

Powers of Genius, A Poem in Three Parts (John Blair Linn), 713

Pownall, Thomas, 238, 241n

Pratt, John W., 508n, 726

Preble, Edward, 244n, 498n

Preceptor's Assistant (John Vinall), 585n

Précis Historique de la Maladie qui a Régné dans l'Andalousie en 1800 (Jean Nicholas Berthe), 670, 671n

Précis historique de la Révolution Françoise (Jean Paul Rabaut Saint Étienne), 712, 713n

Prentis, Joseph

letter from, 283-4

letter to, 325

and Walker Affair, 283-4, 325

Presbyterians, 386n, 494-5, 608n, 610n

President's House

furniture, 726

groceries, supplies for, 150, 266, 362-3, 457-8, 575, 725-6

Independence Day festivities at, 624n

plumbing, 263

privies, 263

roof, 17, 18n, 419

servants at, 59n, 391

slaves at, 59n

stable and household accounts, 725-6

window glass for, 262-3

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

Press (Richmond), 569n

press, freedom of

Federalists threaten, 39, 45, 340n, 408

restricted by Bonaparte, 39, 43n, 45, 334

TJ attempts to influence, 187-8

and Walker Affair, 187-9

Price, Joseph, 219

Priestley, Joseph

Disquisitions Relating to Matter and Spirit, 316, 317n

Doctrine of Philosophical Necessity Illustrated, 316, 317n

General History of the Christian Church, 610

Harmony of the Evangelists, 156, 183-4, 316

health of, 54, 158

History of Early Opinions Concerning Jesus Christ, 316, 317n, 394, 395

History of the Corruptions of Christianity, 270, 271n, 273, 671, 672n

Institutes of Natural and Revealed Religion, 316, 317n, 394, 395, 713

letters from, 332-3, 609-10

letters to, 157-9, 268-9

Letter to the Reverend John Blair Linn, A. M., 609-10

opinion on the divinity of Jesus, 332-3

public dinner for, 54, 55n

sends pamphlet to TJ, 609-10

Socrates and Jesus Compared, 157, 159n, 236, 252, 255n, 265, 269, 332, 609-10

TJ sends his views on the doctrines of Jesus to, ix, 157-9, 265, 268-9, 332-3

Prince, William, 593, 594n

Principia (Sir Isaac Newton), 399

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), 98

Prussia, 303n, 516n

Pulis, Joseph, 483, 484n

Purviance, Robert

forwards letter for TJ, 540-1, 574

identified, 541n

letter from, 574

letter to, 540-1

Purviance, Samuel, 541n

Putnam, Rufus, 410-11, 412n, 497

Pyomingo (ship), 458n

pyramids, 353n

pyrites, 515, 516n

Pythagoras, 158, 253

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