Volume 40 Index

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Sabine River, 660, 661-2n

Sackets Harbor, N.Y

petition from cited, 723

Sacred Minstrel, No. 1 (Uri K. Hill), 501n

St. Augustine, E. Fla., 354

St. Clair, Arthur, 29, 630, 632

Saint-Cloud, France, 214, 215, 470

Saint-Domingue, W.I.

Cul-de-Sac plain, 597, 598, 599n

declares independence from France, 598n

French expeditionary force to, 108, 187, 430n

Habitation Frère, 597, 598, 599n

insurrection, 108, 597-9

Petit-Goâve, 597, 598

planters, 486

seizure of U.S. vessels at, 472n

trade with U.S., 597-9

Ste. Genevieve, 180, 211n, 653, 654n

St. Francis River, 423

St. Germain-en-Laye, France, 392, 393n

St. Louis, 180, 653, 654n

St. Marys River (Michigan), 93n

St. Petersburg, Russia, 109n, 216, 217, 717, 718-19n

Saint-Pierre, Jacques-Henri Bernardin de

Études de la nature, 398-9

St. Vincent, John Jervis, earl of, xliv

Salcedo, Manuel de

and Laussat, 112, 114n

and termination of right of deposit at New Orleans, 26-7, 62, 63n, 70, 79-80, 520

Salem, Mass.

naval officer at, 267, 268n, 276, 339-40, 346, 427n, 466, 718

Salem and Beverly collection district, 144

Salem Register, 340n

salt

manufacture of, 591, 593-4

salt springs, 544-5, 591, 593-4

from Sardinia, 491, 492, 493n

saltpeter, 74

Sanbourn, Paul (seaman), 462

Sandwich, Thomas K., 190

Sanford, Nathan, 645

San Ildefonso, Spain

royal palace at, 652, 653n

San Ildefonso, Treaty of (1800)

and boundaries of Louisiana, 304n, 354, 433n

and cession of Louisiana to France by Spain, 256, 257n, 258, 259-60, 269-70, 286, 292, 304n, 326, 354, 372

Sansom, Joseph

identified, 380-1n

letter from, 379-81

Letters from Europe, 380n

letter to, 430-1

offers models of Roman antiquities to TJ, 379-81, 430-1

Sansom, William, 380n

Santa Fe, 60, 61n

Santiago, Cuba, 341n

Saquiricia

letter from cited, 76n

Saratoga, battle of, 290-1

Sardinia, 490-3

Sargent, Paul Dudley, 502-3, 723

Saskatchewan River, 61n

Sassenay (Sarsnet), Marquis de, 314

Satan, 402-3n, 560

Saturn, 399

Savage, Edward

letter from, 27-8

letter to, 9

proposal to publish the Declaration of Independence, 9, 27-8

sends description of mountain ram, 27-8

Savoy, House of, 493n

Sayre, Samuel W., 190

Scapula, Johann

Lexicon Graeco-Latinum novum, 511, 512

Schardius, Simon

De varia temporum in iure civili observatione . . . libellus. Item: Leges Rhodiorum navales . . ., 510, 512

Schuylkill River, 564n

science

compatible with Christianity, 396-403

fireproofing, 625, 627

galvanism, 475

learned societies, 515-16

museums, 476, 477n

necessary support of republican government, 408

perpetual motion, 425-7

See also astronomy; botany; fossils

Scioto Gazette (Chillicothe), 420-1, 715

Scipio Africanus, 205, 206, 213-15

Scot, Robert, xlvi

Scotland, 551, 709n

Scott, Capt., 362

Scott, John (Md.), 527n

Scott, Joseph, 93n

Scott, Joseph T.

letter from, 281

letter from cited, 14n, 18n

letters to, 18, 159

proposed biography of Washington, 14, 18, 159, 281

Scriptores de Jure Nautico (Johann Gottleib Heineccius), 510, 512

Scudamore, H. B.

letter from, 413

plan for a national registry office, 413-14

Scull, John, 722

sea letters. See passports

seamen

blacks as, 462

certificates of citizenship for, 331, 666

extradition of deserters, 307, 308-9n

health and care of, 461-3

impressment of, 477-8

join French privateers, 430n

See also hospitals

Sebastian, Benjamin, 461n

Sedition Act (1798), 186n, 467, 483

Seine River, 344, 629n

Seitz, John A., 460n

Seneca, Lucius Annaeus, 158, 253

Sergeant, John, 115n

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

and annuity for Stockbridge Mohicans, 610-12

identified, 611n

letter from, 610-12

sends reports on Indian affairs, 163

Sergeant, John, Sr. (Stockbridge, Mass.), 611n

Serraire, François, 34

servants

clothing for, 275-6, 356, 726

disputes among, 391

footmen, 391n

for TJ's private secretary, 33

washerwomen, 391n

white servants preferred at President's House, 391n

See also President's House

Sète (Cette), France, 457, 458n

Seven United Islands, Republic of the (Septinsular Republic; Sept-Îles), 483, 484n

Shadwell (TJ's estate)

burning of, 578

lease of, 320, 452-3, 479

mills at, 110, 111n, 283n, 318, 453n, 506, 533n

properties adjoining, 362

roads to, from, 322

Shakespeare, William

Macbeth, 677, 678n

As You Like It, 565-6

Sharples, Ellen, xlii

Sharples, Felix, xlii

Sharples, James, xlii

Shaw, John, 651

Sheaff, Henry

letters to, from cited, 722

Shee, John, 522n

sheep, 264

Shenandoah Valley, 336

Sherburne, John Samuel, 261-2

Sherman, Capt., 405

Sherwood, John R., 439

Shields, William B., 642, 643n

Short, William

business affairs, 28, 436, 437n

and Castiglioni, 516n

epistolary record, 326n

letter from cited, 326n, 720

letters from, 28, 124, 168-9, 381

letters to, 106-7, 218-19, 326

TJ's debt to, x, 28, 106-7, 124, 168, 218-19, 326, 381

Va. lands, 28, 107, 124, 168-9, 219, 381

to visit Ky., 219

Shorter, John (Jack)

proposed sale of, to TJ, 59

Sicily, 480-2, 484n, 627-8

Sierra Leone Company, 363-4

Signing of the Declaration of Independence (Edward Savage), 9

Silby, Mr., 25

Sillery, Marquis de

vineyard of, 313

silver, 359, 361

Simmons, Leeson

letter from cited, 723

Simmons, William, 191, 193, 195n

Simms, Charles, 212n

Simond, Louis, 12-13

Simons, James, 551, 553n

Simpson, James, 87, 101, 116, 151-2

Sinclair, Sir John

Essay on Longevity, 605

letter to, 637-9

TJ sends agricultural information, opinions on European affairs to, vii, 637-9, 711

Siren (U.S. brig), 23n, 498n

Skipwith, Evalina Barlié van den Clooster, 529n

Skipwith, Fulwar

accused of financial improprieties, 393n

and D. Clark, 202n

family of, 529n

letter from, 146-7

letter to, 312-14

and Louisiana negotiations, 201n

and Monroe's health, 303n

recommends aspirants for office, 146-7

seeks appointment, 393, 528-9

and Vanderlyn, xli

and wine for TJ, 312-14, 343-4, 376n, 405

Skipwith, Henry (TJ's brother-in-law), 28

slavery

abolition of, 680n

in Barbary states, 650

in Missouri, 185n

reestablished by Bonaparte, 108, 350, 352

slaves

assaults among, 454, 505

as boatmen, 25

health of, 285, 455

hiring of, 59

jailed, 454, 505

manumission of, 59, 364n

ongoing threat of insurrection by, 108, 364n

relocation of T. M. Randolph's, 285

removal of condemned, from Va., 363-4

sale of, 59, 285, 453n, 505

See also blacks; Jefferson, Thomas: Slaveholder

slave trade

arrest, prosecution of participants in, 279, 337-8, 342-3

laws on, 338

in R.I., 279

Slocum, John, 644, 645

smallpox

growing popularity of vaccination, 98, 141-2, 281-2, 656-7

publications on, 141-2, 281-2, 656-7

TJ administers vaccine, 98

vaccine matter, to be carried by Lewis and Clark, 169, 175, 176n, 179, 182n

Smilie, John, 348n

Smith, Bernard

identified, 185n

letter from, 184-6

seeks appointment, 184-6

writings by, 185-6

Smith, Cephas, 30-2

Smith, Daniel, 588, 589n

Smith, Elihu Hubbard, 679n

Smith, Gilbert H., 667-8

Smith, Israel, 30

Smith, John (N.Y.), 645

Smith, John (Ohio)

letter from, 186-7

sends news from New Orleans, 186-7

Smith, John (seaman), 462

Smith, John (Va. congressman), 667

Smith, Jonathan Bayard, 300n

Smith, Margaret Bayard

invited to dine with TJ, 265

letter to, 265

Smith, Melancton, 167n

Smith, Robert

abstracts of warrants drawn on Treasury, 305-6, 381-2

advises on appointments, 343

and annuity payments to Algiers, 26, 56, 78, 81-2, 88, 116

applications to, for appointments, 527n

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

and carronades for small vessels, 22-3

forwards commissions, warrants, 10, 343, 439, 498, 667-8

and the Gloria, 649

gun carriages for Morocco, 56, 87, 88, 116

letters from, 9, 10, 22-3, 56, 82, 160-1, 305-6, 343, 381-2, 439, 498, 558, 667, 667-8, 704-5

letters to, 81-2, 88-9, 115-16, 548, 574

and Lewis and Clark expedition, 169

and Louisiana, 683

and Mass. claim on the U.S., 160-1

and medical supply contracts, 495-6

and Mediterranean squadron, 56, 82, 88, 101, 115-16, 151, 498, 547-8, 558

and potential alliance with Great Britain, 153

and recall of R. V. Morris, 152n, 548, 558, 574

and small vessels for the navy, 116

and Tingey, 9, 56, 88-9

and TJ's proposed amendment for incorporation of Louisiana into U.S., 683-4, 704-5

and Tripoli, 153

and Valenzin's case, 576

See also Navy, U.S.

Smith, S., & Buchanan

letter from, 67

letter from cited, 209n, 720

letter to, 209

and wine for TJ, 67, 150, 209, 345-6

Smith, Samuel (Conn.)

identified, 561n

letter from, 558-61

sends views on church and state to TJ, 558-61

Smith, Samuel (Md.)

as committee member, 221n

house of, 419

letters from, 469, 477

and P. Carr's health, 469, 477, 478, 487n

as reference, 340

Smith, Samuel (Ohio), 480

Smith, Samuel Harrison

on Independence Day committee, 624n

invited to dine with TJ, 265

letters to, 265, 414-15

and publication of Vindication of the Measures, 335-6n

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

TJ sends Conn. election news to, x, 414-15, 464n

See also National Intelligencer (Washington)

Smith, William (1727-1803), 171

Smith, William (1728-1793), 54

Smith, William (seaman), 462

Smith, William Stephens, 256-7, 673

smuggling

from Canada, 91, 93n, 111, 586, 592

in Me., 243-4n

Snodgrass, Gabriel, 108, 109n

Société de Médecine (Paris), 141-2

Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce (London)

Abstract of the Premiums Offered, 613, 626

Rules and Orders, 613, 626

Transactions, 613, 614n

Society of Antiquaries (Edinburgh), 515, 516n

Society of Antiquaries (London), 516n

Society of Antiquaries, Scotland, 709n

Society of Fine Arts. See American Academy of Fine Arts

Socrates, 157, 158, 236, 252, 253

Socrates and Jesus Compared (Joseph Priestley), 157, 159n, 236, 255n, 265, 269, 332, 609-10

Soler, Miguel Cayetano, 27n

Sonnini de Manoncourt, Charles Nicolas Sigisbert

Voyage en Grèce et en Turquie, 671

Sophrona (ship), 567

South America, 350, 352, 353n

See also Buenos Aires

South Carolina

Beaufort, 551, 552

Beaufort District, 551

Catholics in, 402n

Cheraw, 551

collection of internal revenues in, 125-6, 635

commissioners of Direct Tax, 125-6, 717

education in, 402n

elections in, 551

geographical divisions of, 138

Georgetown, 551

militia, 137-9

Orangeburg, 551

rice cultivation in, 549-50

supervisor for, 635

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

South Carolina College, 402n

southern states

advancement of science in, 408

demand few removals, 467

Southwest Point, Tenn.

continuation of post at, 640

garrison at, 246, 249n

proposed road through, 365

recruits for Lewis and Clark expedition sought from, 246, 249n, 445

surgeon at, 641

Spa, Belgium, 349, 351, 353n

Spafford, Amos, 429-30

Spaight, Richard Dobbs, 525, 527n

Spain

Colonies

New Mexico, 660

threats to, 108-9, 201n, 350, 352, 359, 361, 520

See also Florida; Louisiana; New Orleans

Foreign Relations

with France, 519-21, 596, 707-8

with Great Britain, 707-8

neutrality, 707

Politics and Government

royal residences in, 652, 653n

See also Carlos (Charles) IV, King of Spain

Science and Learning

learned societies in, 516n

royal academy, 510, 511

U.S. Relations with

convention on claims, 7-8n

decision to revoke right of deposit, 19, 26-7, 108-9, 519-21, 706

and free navigation of Mississippi River, 21n, 51, 256, 257n, 258-60, 269-70, 286, 326

and Lewis and Clark expedition, 170, 173, 177

and Louisiana boundary, 660

and marine hospital at New Orleans, 112

and Miss. Terr., 3n

and navigation of rivers through Florida, 50-2, 293, 417-18, 422

quarantine of vessels, 139, 706

and retrocession of Louisiana to France, 229, 258, 302, 472n, 519-21

secretary of U.S. legation, 147n, 708n

Spanish consuls in U.S., 139n

Spanish posts in upper Louisiana, 173

U.S. threat to Spanish colonies, 108-9, 359, 361

and western states and territories, 77n, 109

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

Spanish language

dictionaries, 510, 511

Spear, John, 457

Spence, Keith, 305

Spotswood, Alexander, 159n

Spotswood, Alexander (1676-1740), 159n

Spotswood, Elizabeth Washington, 159n

Spotswood, George W., 306

Sprague, Joseph, 427n

Sprigg, Osburn, 334, 335n

Sprigg, William O., 624n

springs

Green Springs, Va., 537, 575, 595, 706

stagecoaches, 370n

Stanton, Joseph, Jr.

letter from cited, 527n

State, U.S. Department of

appointment of foreigners as consuls, 456-7

and certificates of citizenship for American seamen, 666

clerks, 37-8, 184, 186n

consular appointments, 79, 80n, 94, 147n, 286-7, 340-1, 458n, 717-19

and consuls in Barbary states, 648-9

and passports, 331, 332n

salaries and compensations, 286-7, 648-9

translators, 291n

uses ciphers, 35-6, 62-4, 153n, 228, 490n

and W. Eaton's accounts, 647-53

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

State Bank of South Carolina, 589

steamboats, 628, 629n

Steele, John (comptroller of Treasury), 167n

Steele, John (Washington Navy Yard), 306

Steele, Jonathan, 261-2

Steele, Matthew, 429

Stelle, Pontius D., 205, 206, 623, 624n

Stephenson, James, 334, 335n

Sterett, Andrew, 576

Sterett, Joseph, 589n

Sterett, Samuel, 587, 589n

Steuben, Friedrich Wilhelm, Baron von, 384n

Steube zu Schnaditz, Christoph Erdmann Freiherr von, 24, 25n

Stewart, Dugald, 709n

Stewart, William (blacksmith)

letter from cited, 723

payments to, 726

Stewart, William G., 726

Stoddert, Fort, 449

Stone, John Hurford, 97, 98n, 348, 351

Storer, Clement, 262n

Story, Isaac

commission rescinded, 143-4, 176

letter from, 143-4

Story, Joseph

appointed commissioner of bankruptcy, 143

offered, declines appointment as naval officer, 144, 267, 268n, 276, 339, 427n, 718

Strickland, William

letter to, 639-40

Observations on the Agriculture, 336, 337n

TJ sends agricultural information, opinions on European affairs to, vii, 639-40

Strobel, Daniel, 719n

Strode, John

letter from, 614-15

letters to, 668, 706

recommends aspirant for office, 614-15, 667

tavern of, 668

TJ asks for travel directions from, 706

TJ sends news of Louisiana Purchase to, 668

Strong, Caleb, 160-1, 163-4

Strong, David, 664

Stuart, Gilbert, xlvi

Stuart (Stewart), John, 621-2

submarines, 628, 629n

Success (schooner), 581

sugar, 53, 695, 700, 702

suicide, 576n

Sulayman, Mawlay, Sultan of Morocco

declares war, 152

gun carriages for, 56, 79, 87, 92, 101, 116, 490n

wheat for Tripoli, 92, 94n

Sullivan, James, 339n, 427n

Sumner, Fort, 244n

Sumter, Thomas, Jr., 530

Sumter, Thomas, Sr.

letter from cited, 250n, 722

sun, 399-400

Superior, Lake, 93n, 411, 424, 497

Sur Bonaparte, Premier Consul de la République Française (Jean Chas), 327n

surveyors

astronomical instruments for, 497n

education, skills necessary for, 120n, 424

errors by, 410-11

surveyor chains, 445

in territories, 12n, 410-12

of Washington, D.C., 718

Susquehanna River, 629

Süssmilch, Johann Peter

Ordre divin, 511, 512

Süverman, John Christoph, 725

Swanwick, John, 204, 205

Sweden, 92, 93n, 151, 516n

Swedish language, 499n

Sweeney, Mrs. (Washington, D.C.), 185

Switzerland, 37, 303n, 358, 360, 619n

“Sybiline Voice” (pseudonym), 222n

“Sybill Leafe” (pseudonym), 222n

Symmes, Daniel, 715

Syracuse, 547

Systema Vegetabilium (Carolus Linnaeus), 613, 614n

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