Volume 41 Index

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B

Baal, 368, 369n

Baccas, Manuel de, 509n

Bache, Catharine Wistar, 480

Bache, Emma Mary, 480

Bache, William

family of, 480n

letter from, 305-6

and New Orleans marine hospital, 369, 370n

recommends aspirants for office, 305-6

Bachus, DeLucena, 408, 409n

Bachus, Ebenezer, 408

Bachus, Gurdon

identified, 408-9n

letter from, 407-9

seeks appointment, 407-9

Backus (Bacchus), Elijah, 24

Bagwell. See Granger, Bagwell (b. 1768, TJ's slave)

Bailey, Francis, 603n

Bailey, Robert

letters to, 486-7, 569

TJ orders plants and seeds from, 486-7, 644

TJ sends seeds, plants to, 486-7

and trees for Monticello, 569

Bailey, Theodorus, 547, 602-3n

Bainbridge, William, 490, 672-3

Baker, Hilary, 126, 128n

Baker, Isaac, 85n

Baker, John Martin, 699, 700n

Baker, Dr. William (Md.), 704

Baldwin, Abraham, 548, 550n

Baldwin, Michael, 60n, 181n, 213

Baldwin, Simeon, 511, 545

Baltimore, Md.

artisans, 436

churches, 383n

dispensary, 562n

Jerome Bonaparte at, 225, 282

Jews in, 459n

merchants, 720

physicians, 562n

surveyor at, 24, 26n

views of, xliv

Banco de San Carlos, 577

Bankhead, James

identified, 202-3n

letter from, 202-3

seeks appointment, 202-3, 271

Bankhead, John, 202n

Bank of England, 152-3, 195-6, 220, 261

Bank of the United States

and Gallatin, 120

loans money to Treasury, 180, 181n

stock of, 32, 425-6n

Bankruptcy Act (1800), 13

bankruptcy commissioners

appointment of, 12-13, 102n, 111n

in Conn., 277n, 706n

decline, resign appointments, 96, 119, 232, 409n, 459, 570, 627-8, 694

in District of Columbia, 734

in Me., 458n

in N.C., 110-11, 570-1, 599-600, 734

in N.H., 627-8

in N.Y., 340, 524-5, 671-2

in Pa., 96, 102n, 232-3, 409, 459, 474, 496, 505, 570, 734

in Tenn., 694, 734

in Vt., 119, 196, 733

banks

established by Republicans, 3-4n, 35

increase circulation of banknotes, 678

increase in number of, 678

Baptists, 149, 710-11

Barbados, W.I., 375, 560-1, 562n

Barbary states

and religious toleration in U.S., 50n

See also Algiers; Morocco; Tripoli; Tunis

Barbé de Marbois, François

and American debt claims, 158

and deadlines for compliance with Louisiana convention, 552n

and financial arrangements for Louisiana Purchase, 318-19, 348n, 385-6, 552

and Louisiana negotiations, 280n, 298-9, 301n

and P. S. Du Pont, 125

Barbier, Joseph, 237, 266

Barcelona, Spain, 698, 700n, 702, 733

Bard, David, 546

Baring, Alexander

and Louisiana Purchase, 296-301, 319n, 386, 448, 648

Baring, Sir Francis, 298

Baring, Francis, & Company (London), 216, 218n, 234n, 297, 300-1

Barker, John, 70, 75, 76n, 459n

Barlow, Joel, 398, 408, 725

Barnes, John

handles financial transactions, 140, 201-2, 381, 406, 566n, 578, 596, 613-14, 653, 677, 710n, 740-2

and Lemaire, 150, 183

letter from, 613-14

letters from cited, 736, 737, 738

letters to, 555, 578, 613, 653

letters to cited, 736, 737, 738

moves to new dwelling, 679

plans to return to Philadelphia, 89, 201-2

recommended to Muhlenberg, 89

TJ requests bank bills from, 555, 613-14

and W. Short's affairs, 679, 695

Barnes, Joseph

criticized by TJ, 219

letter from, 487-92

sends news of European, Mediterranean affairs, 219, 279, 487-92

Barnet, Isaac Cox, 160n, 698, 702

Barney, Joshua, 164n, 603n

Barré, Isaac, 40n

Barry, James, 419, 420n, 517, 522n

Barry, John, 471-2

Barry, Sarah Austin, 471-2

Barton, Benjamin Smith, xli, 91, 92n

Bartram, George, 69, 70n, 459n

Bastille, 211n

Batavian Republic. See Netherlands

Bath, England, 311

Baton Rouge, La.

advantageous location of, 619n

and Iberville River, 177n

plan to take possession of, 632, 635n

Spanish district of, 292n, 579

trade of, 173

Baukatubba (Choctaw Indian)

identified, 402-3n

letter from, 401-3

offers land to clear Choctaw debts, 401-3

Bauman, Sebastian, 602

Bay, Elihu H., 619n

Bayou Goula, 326

Bayou Manchac. See Iberville (Ybberville) River

Bayou Pierre, 249, 623

Bayou Plaquemine, 249, 433-4n

Bayou Sara, 292n

bears, 627

Beaujon, Anthony, 716n

Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de, 310, 384-5, 526, 542-3

Beckley, John, 272-3

Bedford Co., Va. See Poplar Forest (TJ's estate)

Bedinger, George M., 359n, 547, 584n, 683

Beiler, Mr., 664

Bell, William (Ky.), 664, 675, 683

Bellona, 367, 369n

"Benevolence" (Daniel Waldo Lincoln), 366-9

Bennett, Jeremiah, Jr., 696, 703

Bentley family (Va.), 683, 684n

Berceau (French corvette), 425n

Bermuda, 411

Bernadotte, Jean Baptiste, 118, 526

Betsy Walk (ship), 483

Betton, Silas, 545

Bible

Apostles, 147n

Corinthians, 28n

Daniel, 710, 711n

Deuteronomy, 482

Haggai, 482

Isaiah, 482

Kings, 369n

Moses, 134

Paul, 28n, 369n

Rachel, 367, 369n

Romans, 369n, 710, 711n

See also Christianity

Bickham, Caleb

Essay on the Falling and Rising of the Tides, 31n

identified, 31n

letter from, 28-31

letter to, 585-6

sends theory on tides to TJ, 28-31

thanked by TJ, 585-6

Bidwell, Barnabas, 60, 61n

Big Bone Lick, ix, 89-90, 187-9, 463-8, 533

Biggs, Davis

identified, 711n

letter from, 710-11

praises TJ's administration, 710-11

Biggs, Zaccheus, 24

Biloxi, W. Fla., 325-6

Biot, Jean Baptiste, 430, 431n

Bird, John

forwards publication, 425-6

letter from, 425-6

birds

from Algiers, 483

mockingbirds, 150-1

nightingales, 150n

specimens of, 311n

birthdays

TJ declines letting his be known, 290

Bishop, Abraham

compiles digest of revenue laws, 194, 195n

criticism of, 341-2, 703n

description of, 233

identified, 207n

letter from, 206-8

recommended, appointed collector, 194, 226, 276-7, 278, 289, 317, 341-2n, 382-3, 510, 511n, 697, 702, 703n, 734, 737, 738

seeks appointment, 206-8, 233

writings by, 207n

Bishop, Betsey Law, 208n

Bishop, John, 206, 207n

Bishop, Mary Ann, 206, 207n

Bishop, Mehetabel Bassett, 207n

Bishop, Nancy Dexter, 208n

Bishop, Phanuel, 422, 545

Bishop, Samuel

appointed collector, 289, 341n

death of, 166, 189, 194, 206, 226, 231, 240, 243, 278, 293, 382, 697, 702, 734, 737

as a Republican, 19n

bison, 188n, 465

Bissel, John, 201-2

Bissell, Daniel, 21n, 24

Bissell, Nathaniel C., 596, 597n

Biston, Mr., 158

Black, William, 501n

Blackburn, Richard Scott, 86

Blackledge, William, 546

Black River, 326

blacks

attend horse races, xlvi

calls for removal of, to western states and territories, 133-5

free, 133-5, 250, 428

in militia, 250

perceived inferiority of, by TJ, 559, 563n

unlawfully held as slaves, 354n

See also slaves

blacksmiths, 741-2

Blagden, George

and columns for U.S. Capitol, 423

letter from, 423

payments to, 304

Blagge, Pascal, 31, 192

Blake, George, 458n

Blicher Olsen, Peder, 279

Bloomfield, Joseph

letter from, 712-14

recommends aspirants for office, 712-14

Blount, John Gray, 142n

Blount, Thomas

defeated for Congress, 571n

identified, 142-3n

introduces Schenck, 142-3

letter from, 142-3

Blount, William, 139, 142n

Blow, Thomas, 26n

boats

bateaux, 257, 378

conducted by slaves, 141-2n, 405

for French invasion of Britain, 411-12, 413, 414n

galleys, xli, 623

for Lewis and Clark expedition, ix, xli-xlii, 58, 103, 351-3, 394 (illus.)

pirogues, 351, 352, 378

Bob, Peter, 70

Bonaparte, Elizabeth Patterson, 603n, 666-7, 668-9n, 681

Bonaparte, Jerome

arrives in U.S., 161n

at Baltimore, 225, 282

dines with TJ, 603-4

identified, 603n

letter from, 603-4

marriage of, 666-7, 668-9n, 681, 690

obtains polygraph, 311n

portrait of, 311

seeks passage in U.S. frigate, 160-2, 164-6, 194, 196, 224-5, 275

visits Washington, 603-4n

Bonaparte, Napoleon

accused of atrocities, 145-6, 147n, 148n

and ban on British imports, 490

and cession of Louisiana by Spain to France, 335-6, 355, 356, 611n

criticism of, 247, 447-8, 607, 608

Egyptian campaign, 145-6, 147n, 148n, 652n

and Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte, 603n

and Jerome Bonaparte, 161, 162, 164, 165, 194, 224, 603n, 666-7

and Louisiana negotiations, 125, 442, 445, 447-8, 453n

and planned invasion of Britain, 411-12, 413

and ratification of Louisiana treaty and conventions, 64n, 298, 348n, 551, 552n, 582, 667-8

reconsiders Louisiana Purchase, vii-viii, 209, 219, 221, 233, 297-9

and renewal of war with Britain, 44

role in financial arrangements for Louisiana sale, 318-19n, 348n

and Say, 652-3n

Bond, Phineas, 3, 4n, 34-5, 37-8

Bonsal, Vincent, 501n

books

booksellers, 501n

mathematics, 681-3

price of, 373n, 500

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Library

Boqueta, John L.

letters from cited, xlv

view of New Orleans, xliv-xlv, 394 (illus.)

Borbone Parma, Ferdinando, Duke of Parma, 610-11

Bordeaux, France

American seamen at, 375, 376

embarkation of immigrants from, 462-3

wine from, 457, 595-6, 613n

Boston

American Revolution in, 51-2

Board of Health, 148n

Boston Massacre, 51-2

merchants, 247n

naval officer at, 23

quarantine of New York vessels by, 148n

surveyor at, 23

views of, xliv

Boston (British frigate), 197, 198-9n, 234n, 237n

botany, 223n

Boudinot, Elias, 20n, 566n

Boulton, Matthew, 566

Bourbon, Louise Marie Adélaide de, Duchesse d'Orléans, 33n

Bowdoin, James, 240

Bowie, Walter, 546, 550n, 680n

Bowles, Davy, 569

Bowles, William Augustus, 8, 10-11

Bowyer, Michael, 79n

Boyd, Adam, 545

Boyd, John P., 458n

Boyd, Joseph C., 458

Boyd, Julian P., xliii

Boyle, John, 359n, 547

Bracken, John

letter from cited, 739

Bradford, Thomas G., 578

Bradley, Abraham, Jr.

identified, 267-8n

letter from, 284-5

letters to, 267-8, 371

and mail for TJ at Monticello, 371

Map of the United States, 267-8, 284-5

Bradley, Stephen R., 36, 132n, 547, 550n

Bradley, Thomas, 70

Brandywine, battle of, 126, 691, 692n

Brandywine Creek, 101n

brass, 529-31

Braxton, Carter, 120

Brazos River, 619n

Breckinridge, John

advises on appointments, 265n, 351n

as committee member, 539n

and Darneille, 657, 658n

letter from, 357-9

letters to, 184-6, 209

and Louisiana Purchase, 313-14, 357-9

as member of Eighth Congress, 548

and Monroe, 280n

and proposed constitutional amendment on Louisiana, 209, 305n

as reference, 729n

and T. Martin, 389n

and T. Paine, 138, 139-40n, 177, 184, 186n, 197n

TJ sends information, opinions on Louisiana to, viii, 184-6

and transfer and government of Louisiana, 583-4n

and Wabash saline, 664

Breckinridge, Robert, 389n

Bremen, Germany, 225

Brent, Daniel (clerk), 582n

Brent, Daniel Carroll

appointed marshal, 21n

family of, 305n

letter from cited, 709n

and pardon for W. Galloway, 709n

as reference, 590

Brent, Richard, 369-70

Brent, William L., 85

Brewster, Caleb, 24

bricks, 530-1

Bridges, Thomas

letter from, 112-14

seeks release from jail, 112-14

Briggs, Isaac

appointed surveyor general of Miss. Terr., 14-15n, 47, 697, 702

arrival of, in Miss. Terr., 349, 429

and G. Fitz, 178, 405

health of, 349-50

letter from, 349-51

letter to, 178

sends news of Miss. Terr. affairs, 349-51

Bright, Francis, 24, 26n

Brissot de Warville, Jacques Pierre

De la France et des États-Unis, 652n

Broadbent, John

letter from cited, 735

Brooke, Humphrey B., 712

Broome, John, 206, 240, 289, 341n

Broome, Samuel

letters from, 143, 166, 240-2, 293, 371, 510-11

seeks appointment, 143, 166, 189-90, 206, 240-2, 263, 276, 277n, 289, 293, 341-2n, 371, 510-11, 737, 738

Broughton, William Robert, 57

Brown, Duncan, 74-5

Brown, Gustavus, 304n

Brown, Henry, 554, 585

Brown, James (Ky.)

identified, 394n

letter from, 393-4

seeks appointment, 393-4, 475-6

Brown, John (D.C. assault victim), 266n

Brown, John (Ky.)

elected president pro tempore of the Senate, 132n, 539n

family of, 394n

letter from cited, 738

as member of Eighth Congress, 548

as reference, 729n

and T. Martin, 389n

Brown, Robert (Pa.), 546

Brown, Samuel (Boston), 241, 247n

Brown, William

tavern of, 193

Brown, William (collector of New Orleans), 585

Browne, Liberty, 69, 70n

Bruce, Phineas, 545, 550n

Bruff, James, 294n

Brush, Ebenezer, 714, 716n

Brush, Nathaniel, 19n

Bryan, Joseph, 547, 548n

Buchanan, Andrew

handles shipment for TJ, 85

letter from cited, 85n, 738

Buchot, Philibert, 543n

Buckner, William, Jr.

letter from, 414

seeks appointment, 414

Buckongahelas (Delaware Indian), 643n

Buel, Samuel, 36n

Buenos Aires, 152n

Bulfinch, Charles, xliii

Bulkeley, John, & Son, 425n

Bulkeley, Thomas, 424, 425n

Bunton, Aaron, 476

Burbeck, Henry, 281, 282n

Burgess, B., 578

Burgoyne, John, 721n

Burk, John Daly

History of Virginia, 373n, 717-19

Oration, Delivered on the Fourth of March, 1803, 719n

Burk, William, 218

Burke, Edmund, 586, 590, 593

Burnes, David, 516

Burr, Aaron, 130, 131n, 341n, 539n, 672n

Burt, Joel, 26n

Butler, Edward, 86

Butler, John (Pa.), 69

Butler, Pierce

appointed U.S. senator, 505n

dines with TJ, 550n

letter from, 505

letter from cited, 739

and Louisiana Purchase, 553n

as member of Eighth Congress, 548

recommends aspirants for office, 496n, 505, 567, 739

as reference, 241

Butler, Thomas

court-martial of, 155-7, 268-9, 295, 395

Butler, William, 547

Byrne, William, 620

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