Volume 41 Index

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Cabanis, Pierre Jean Georges

letter to, 42-3

member of idéologistes, 652n

Rapports du physique et du moral de l'homme, 42, 43n, 309, 666

thanked by TJ, 42-3

Cadiz, Spain, 661, 663

Caen, France, 431

Cagliari, 220-1

Calcasieu River, 619n

Callender, James Thomson, 594

Campbell, Anthony, 86

Campbell, David

advises on relocation of Cherokees, 614-15

arrest of, 155-6, 157n

letter from, 614-15

letter to, 394-5

and punishment of theft by Indians, 268-9, 294-5, 394-5

Campbell, Farquhard, 110-11, 599

Campbell, George W., 547

Campbell, James (jailer), 591, 594n

Campbell, John (Md.), 546

Campbell, John (N.C.), 110-11, 599

Campbell, Neill, 392, 393n

Campo del Esperanza, 176, 177n

Canada

Acadia, 327-8

boundary with Louisiana, 322, 325, 327

boundary with U.S., 184, 450, 453n, 536, 539n, 600-2

feudal rights in, 250-1

as French colony, 323-4, 329-30, 332

immigrants to Louisiana from, 326

and Indian trade, 91

U.S. ambition to acquire, 411

canals, 651n

cannons, 529-31

Canso, Cape, 328

Cantine, John, 549n

Cape Fear River, 600n

Cape Horn, 494

Capel, Thomas Bladen, 153, 154n

Cape St. Vincent, Portugal, 673n

Cap-Français, Saint-Domingue, 3n

capital punishment. See law

Capitol, U.S.

accounts of expenditures on, 303-4, 390

columns, 423

north wing, 302, 303

roof, 303, 319

Senate chamber, 461

skylight, 303

south wing, 302

stonework, 423, 461, 670

Carey, Mathew, 54n, 459n

Carlos (Charles) IV, King of Spain, 236n, 355-7, 610-11

Carmalt, Alexander, 696

Carmichael, John F., 696, 703

Carr, Dabney (TJ's nephew), 348, 349n, 400, 405

Carr, Eleanor (Nelly), 704

Carr, Martha Jefferson (Mrs. Dabney Carr, TJ's sister), 704

Carr, Overton, 683

Carr, Peter (TJ's nephew)

health of, 246

letter from, 97-8

and Monroe, 400

recommends aspirants for office, 97-8

Carr, Samuel (TJ's nephew)

fish for, 104n, 174

and John Freeman, 704

letter from, 704

Carr, Thomas, Jr., 405

carriages, 426n, 741

Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton, 667

Carroll, Bishop John, 282, 283n

Carrsbrook (Carr estate), 704

Carson, James, 69

Carter, Charles (of Shirley), 406, 407

Carter, Robert, 406-7

Carter, Robert Wormeley, 525

Carthage, 560

Cartouche, Louis-Dominique, 607, 608, 609n

Carver, John, 51, 54n

Carver, Samuel, 69, 70n

Casa Calvo, Sebastián Calvo de la Puerta y O'Farill, Marqués de, 427-8, 429n

Case of Stephen Sayre (Stephen Sayre), 575, 576n

Casey, Levi, 547

Cathalan, Eulalie, 32

Cathalan, Mme Stephen, Jr., 32

Cathalan, Mme Stephen, Sr., 32

Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.

letters from, 31-3, 210-11

as navy agent, 236n

recommends aspirants for office, 32-3, 210-11

recommends Olivier, 32-3

request for exequatur, 31-3, 159, 210

TJ orders groceries, wine from, 31, 192n, 210, 229

Cathalan, Stephen, Sr., 32

Cathcart, James Leander, 50n, 62, 95n, 698, 701

Catherine, Queen of Westphalia, 603n

Catholic Church

and Kaskaskia Indians, 443, 444n

in New Orleans, 139-40n, 254, 387n, 685

Catlett, Kemp, 612, 679, 695

Cavelier, Jean, 324, 330

Cayenne, French Guiana, 308, 309n

Cazenove, Théophile, 215

Celia (brig), 490, 491n, 658, 672-3

Centinel of Freedom (Newark, N.J.), 713n

Centre College, 485n

cents, 565-6

Cervantes, Miguel de

Don Quixote, 530n

Cevallos (Ceballos) Guerra, Pedro

and Florida, 236n, 551n

and Louisiana Purchase, 355, 356, 357n, 551n, 553n

Chaddock, Calvin

identified, 422n

letter from, 421-3

seeks removal of E. Pope, 421-3

Chaddock, Joseph, 422

Chaddock, Meletiah Nye, 422n

Chaddock, Sara Bruce, 422n

Chamberlain, William, 545, 548n

Chamberlin, Reuben, 92

Chambers, Joseph, 700n, 733, 734n

Chambertin, France, 612

Champion de Cicé, Jérôme Marie, 210

Champlain, Lake, 5

Chanlas. See De Chanlas, Monsieur

Chanlatte, François Desrivières, 380n

Chanlatte, Juste

Cri de la nature, 380n

identified, 380n

letter from, 379-80

returns to Saint-Domingue, 379-80

Chaptal, Jean Antoine, 431n

Charles II, King of England, 180, 181n, 219

Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor, 326

Charles Carter (ship), 197, 198-9n, 237n

Charleston, College of, 731n

Charleston, S.C.

attorneys, 629n

custom house, 451

education in, 731n

merchants, 200

newspapers, 114

revenue cutter at, 26-7n

ships captured near, 318, 319n

surveyor at, 19n, 26n

views of, xliv

Charleston Courier, 114, 319n

Charlottesville, Va., 680

Chattahoochee River, 56

Cheetham, James, 597, 598n

Chemical Society of Philadelphia, 223n

chemistry, 136-7

Cherry, William, Jr., 570-1, 734

Chevallié, Catherine Lyons, 310n

Chevallié, John Augustus (Jean Auguste)

and Beaumarchais heirs' claim, 310, 384-5, 526, 542

identified, 385n

letters from, 384-5, 526

Chevallié, Pierre François, 385n

Chickasaw Bluffs, 176, 177n, 470, 623

Chihuahua, 212n

Chilcott, John, 39, 40n

children

apprenticeships, 691

deaths of, 472n, 502, 503n

illnesses, 435-6, 438, 470, 472, 476-7, 513

named after TJ, 513

orphans, 691

See also Randolph, Anne Cary (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Cornelia Jefferson (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Ellen Wayles, II (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Mary Jefferson (TJ's granddaughter); Randolph, Thomas Jefferson (TJ's grandson); Randolph, Virginia Jefferson (TJ's granddaughter)

Chisman, Mount Edward, 26n

Chittenden, Martin, 545

Chouteau, Auguste, 472-3

Chouteau, Pierre, 472-3

Christianity

among Indians, 402n

books on, 500-1, 532, 726n

compatible with science, 28n

impact of, on slavery, 557, 562

Swedenborgianism, 383n

See also Bible; Jefferson, Thomas: Religion; Jesus; religion

Christophe, Henri, 380n

Church, Angelica Schuyler, 203, 204, 205n

Church, John (physician), 480

Church of England, 383n, 719n

Cicé, Jérôme Marie Champion de. See Champion de Cicé, Jérôme Marie

cider

ordered by TJ, 456-7

ciphers

for Lear, 198n

for Lewis and Clark expedition, 58n

used by French, 348n

used by Madison, 118

used by Monroe, 238

used by R. R. Livingston, 219, 238, 279, 280n

Circassia, 591

Citizen (schooner), 503n, 644-6, 674, 679

City Gazette and Daily Advertiser (Charleston, S.C.), 328n, 619n

Clagett, Clifton, 545

Clagett, William, 506, 507n

Claiborne, Elizabeth W. Lewis, 47

Claiborne, Richard, 378, 379n

Claiborne, Thomas, 546

Claiborne, William C. C.

advises on appointments, 47, 350

appointed acting governor of Louisiana, x, xliv, 63, 187, 640, 641n, 684, 685, 692, 707, 734

appointed governor of Miss. Terr., 21n

and arrest of D. Campbell, 157n

authorized to suppress offices, make removals, 684, 685, 692, 734

background of, xliv

family of, 379n

forwards pecans for TJ, 47-8, 192

and I. Briggs, 349-50, 429

and Indian affairs, 44-6

introduces W. Lattimore, 227

and legal system in Louisiana, 580

letters from, 44-8, 187, 227, 248-59, 427-9, 618-20

letters to, 71-2, 84

portrait of, xliv, 394 (illus.)

requests leave of absence, 84, 187

sends news of affairs in Miss. Terr., 44-8

and temporary government for Louisiana, 633n, 634n, 639-41, 692

and terms of Louisiana treaty and conventions, 64n

and TJ's queries on Louisiana, viii, 71-2, 187, 248-59, 322, 427-9, 618-20, 686n

and transfer of Louisiana to U.S., x, xliv, 65n, 84, 187, 318, 428, 621-2, 625, 632-5, 668, 734

Claims of Literature (David Williams), 400n, 725-6

Clark, Daniel

on administration of Louisiana by Spain, 683-6, 689, 692

advises on appointments, 684, 685n

and indemnification for termination of deposit at New Orleans, 233, 234n, 235-6n, 259

letter from, 211-12

letter to, 72-3

on Louisiana law and courts, 577n

military information on Louisiana, 382n, 432

provides miscellaneous information on Louisiana, 211-12, 228, 249, 250, 255, 258-9n, 433n, 579-80, 676n, 721n

and Sibley, 619n

and tensions between France and Spain at New Orleans, 236n

TJ sends queries on Louisiana, viii, 71-3

and transfer of Louisiana to U.S., 63, 65n, 77, 233, 318, 382, 625, 632-3, 635n

Clark, George Rogers, 105n, 480n

Clark, Harriet Kennerly Radford, 105n

Clark, Julia (Judith) Hancock, 105n

Clark, William

and boat for western expedition, xli-xlii, 394 (illus.)

commission for, 106

and exploration of lands south of Missouri River, 468

identified, 105n

joins western expedition, ix, xlii, 104-5, 105-6, 117n, 193, 276

letter from, 104-5

M. Lewis considers alternates for, 116-17, 140

portrait of, xlii, 394 (illus.)

See also Lewis and Clark expedition

Clark, William (Massachusetts), 198n, 208

Clark (Clarke), Jonas, 23, 25n

Clarke, Elijah, Jr.

identified, 493n

and internal improvements in Ga., 492-3

letter from, 492-3

Clarke, Elijah, Sr., 493n

Clarke, Hannah Arrington, 493n

Clarke, John (Del.), 425n

Clavière, Etienne

De la France et des États-Unis, 652n

claviols, 79, 80n

Clawges, Daniel, 70

Claxton, Thomas

and furniture for the President's House, 569-70

letter from, 569-70

and roads in Washington, 302, 476

Clay, Joseph (Pa.)

dines with TJ, 550n

letter from, 570

as member of Eighth Congress, 546

recommends aspirants for office, 570

as Republican leader, 179

resigns as bankruptcy commissioner, 96, 232, 409n, 459, 474, 496, 570

Clay, Matthew, 546

clerks

applications for appointment as, 32

appointment of, 12

bank, 715

Navy Department, 128n

party affiliation of federal, 12, 13, 14, 109

postal, 268n

salary, 76, 109, 715

State Department, 602n, 699n

Treasury Department, 96n, 239n, 715

War Department, 275n

Clinton, DeWitt

advises on appointments, 240, 263n, 340-2

as committee member, 539n

and E. Livingston's removal, 121, 179, 340-1

letters from, 340-2, 598

letters from cited, 263n, 737

as member of Eighth Congress, 547

as reference, 672n

resigns from Senate, 549n

sends marble specimen to TJ, 598

Clinton, George

advises on appointments, 263n

letter from cited, 263n, 737

as reference, 241

clocks, 104

See also watches

Clopton, John, 546

cloth

nankeens, 3n

clothing

burnous, 483

shoes, 273

stockings, 680

Cloupet, Capt., 164-5, 286

Coahuila, 212n

coal, 463n, 626

Cobb, Howell, 86

Cobbet, William, 388n

Cochran, Charles Burnham, 26n

Cochran, Robert (N.C.), 599

Cochran, Robert (Pa.), 69, 70n

Cochran, Robert E. (S.C.), 19n, 26n

Cocke, John Hartwell, 403

Cocke, William

election to Senate, 358, 359n

letter from, 694

letter from cited, 739

as member of Eighth Congress, 548

recommends aspirants for office, 694, 739

coffee, 221, 408, 426n, 490

coffeehouses, 238-40

Coffyn, Francis, 159, 160n, 737

coins, 565-6

Coleman, Samuel

letter from cited, 737

Colhoun, John Ewing, 505

Colorado River, 619n

Coltman, William, 177

Columbia General Insurance Company, 523-4, 576-7

Columbian Agricultural Society (Alexandria, D.C.), 243n

Columbian Centinel (Boston), 361n

Columbian Repository (Georgetown, D.C.), 578

Columbia River, 57

Columbus, Christopher, 28n

commerce. See United States: Economy

Common Sense (Thomas Paine), 705

Concise Natural History of East and West-Florida (Bernard Romans), 248, 257-8n, 427

Condit, John

advises on appointments, 37n, 342n, 713-14n

letter to, 456-7

as member of Eighth Congress, 547

TJ orders cider from, 456-7

Congregational Church, 195n, 422n

Congress, U.S.

House of Representatives

chaplain, 384n

and Columbia General Insurance Company, 523-4

contested elections to, 550n, 600n

convened early to consider Louisiana treaty, vii, 59, 60, 63, 67, 73, 209, 301n, 358, 438

and death of B. Franklin, 471

government of Louisiana, 535, 583-4

and Illinois and Wabash Company, 618n

and Ind. Terr., 657-8n

and Jay Treaty, 313, 314n

and Louisiana stock, 176, 296, 299-301, 439, 584n

members of, 545-7

messages to, 583-4, 672-4, 721

and Morocco, 672-4

and petition of R.I. merchants, 648n

and proposed amendment on Louisiana, 305, 312-13, 346-7, 448-9

quorum assembled, 539n

ratification, execution of Louisiana treaty and conventions, 439, 442-3, 446-7, 535, 667

receives information on Louisiana, viii, 675-6, 721

representatives attend horse races, xlv-xlvi

and settlement of American debt claims, 584n

speaker of, 539n

transfer and occupation of Louisiana, 448-9, 535, 583-4, 609-11

and Twelfth Amendment, 616

See also Annual Message to Congress (1803)

Legislation

and District of Columbia, 418, 479, 514-15, 517, 520, 521, 522-3n

establishment of revenue districts, 700n

foreign intercourse expenditures, 426n, 447, 453n

and Indian affairs, 268-9

land grant for Lafayette, 665-6

and Louisiana stock, 584n

and militia and arsenals in west, 319n

navy expenditures, 497n

patents, 638n

and the President's House, 570n

protection of seamen, 422-3n

and settlement of American debt claims, 584n

and slave trade, 182-3n, 243

and small vessels for the navy, 536, 537, 539n

temporary government of Louisiana, 583-4, 639-41

transfer and occupation of Louisiana, 583-4

and western expedition, 449

Senate

and boundary convention with Great Britain, 600-2

and Columbia General Insurance Company, 523-4

convened early to consider Louisiana treaty, vii, 59, 60, 63, 67, 73, 209, 301n, 358, 438

and convention with Spain, 152n

and death of B. Franklin, 471

government of Louisiana, 535, 583-4

and Illinois and Wabash Company, 617-18

and Ind. Terr., 576n, 655

and Indian treaties, 449, 535, 642-3

and Louisiana stock, 584n

members of, 547-8

messages to, 551-4, 583-4, 600-2, 642-3, 672-4, 701-3, 721

and Morocco, 672-4

president pro tempore of, 132n, 539n

and proposed amendment on Louisiana, 305, 312-13, 346-7, 448-9

quorum assembled, 539n

ratification, execution of Louisiana treaty and conventions, viii-ix, 65n, 209, 439, 442-3, 446-7, 535, 551-4, 582, 583, 667

receives information on Louisiana, viii, 721

and Sayre's claim, 576n

senators attend horse races, xlv-xlvi

and settlement of American debt claims, 584n

and TJ's nominations, 699-700, 701-3

transfer and occupation of Louisiana, 448-9, 535, 583-4

and Twelfth Amendment, 616

See also Annual Message to Congress (1803)

Connecticut

congressional delegation from, 545, 547

dysentery in, 361n

Fairfield Co., 377

judges, 693n

legislature, 693n

Middletown collectorship, 226n

New London, 26n, 241, 293, 375, 510, 706n

newspapers, 341-2

party affiliation of federal officeholders in, 16, 17, 18, 19n, 22, 24, 25-6n

Saybrook surveyorship, 226n

Stamford, 377n, 693n

Stonington, 413, 414n, 705

Suffield, 277n

Windham, 408n

yellow fever in, 413

See also Federalists; New Haven, Conn.; Republicans

Connecticut Journal (New Haven), 510, 511n

Connecticut Republicanism: An Oration, on the Extent and Power of Political Delusion (Abraham Bishop), 207n

Connecticut River, 601n

Conner (Connor), John, 467, 468n

Conrad, Frederick, 546

Conrad, John, 147n

Constitution (U.S. frigate)

at Cadiz, 661, 663

departure of, 224

in the Mediterranean, 477

near Gibraltar, 673

officers on, 51n

at Tangier, 509n

Constitutional Telegraphe (Boston), 512-14

Constitution of the United States

and acquisition of new territory, 410-11, 447

and admission of new states, 312, 346-7

and appointments, 107

and authority to make treaties, 312-13, 347, 447

and citizenship, 35n

and convening Congress, 67n

criticism of, 207n

declaring war, enacting peace, 411

Federalists threaten, 710-11

and presidential succession, 131-2n

proposed amendment to, for incorporation of Florida into U.S., 244, 261, 288, 290

proposed amendment to, for incorporation of Louisiana into U.S., viii, 73, 83, 170, 176, 186, 209, 219, 221, 244, 245, 260-1, 288, 290, 305, 312-14, 346-8, 360-1, 410-11, 447

ratification of, 155n

and slavery, 586

strict vs. broad construction of, 347

TJ's opinions on, 347

Twelfth Amendment, 616

Convention of 1800, 64n, 159n, 219-20

Cook, Capt. James, 417n

Cooper, Ann Folwell, 342n

Cooper, Benjamin Brown

identified, 342-3n

letter from, 342-3

recommends aspirants for office, 342-3

Cooper, Dr. Samuel, 247, 248n

Cooper, William (N.J.), 342n

copper

coinage of, 565-6

corn, 262, 263, 417, 740

Cornwallis, Charles, Lord, 231, 719n

Corny, Marguerite Victoire de Palerne de

health of, 203, 204, 645

letter from, 203-5

letter to, 645-6

TJ sends tea to, 203, 204, 645-6, 668, 674

values friendship, correspondence with TJ, 203-5

Coster (Koster), Laurens Janszoon, 569n

cotton, 408, 615, 653n

Cotton Planter (ship), 317, 319n

Count de Grasse (ship), 231

Courts, U.S.

Circuit

District of Columbia, 97-8, 242-3, 266n, 272, 572-3

District

Potomac, 119n

Public Opinion

party affiliation of federal judges, 14

Supreme Court

seal of, 554, 555n

courts-martial, 155-7, 268, 294, 343, 395

Cowes, England, 319n

cowpox. See smallpox

Coxe, Charles D., 160n

Coxe, Daniel

Description of the English Province of Carolana, 324, 326

Coxe, Tench

appointed purveyor of public supplies, 20n, 41, 698, 702, 733

party affiliation of, 20n, 75, 108

as supervisor of the revenue, 76n

Craig, Capt., 613

Craig, Isaac, 116

Cranch, William

and J. Faw's case, 590, 593

letter from, 122-3

and pardons, 122-3, 128, 184, 709

Crandon, Benjamin, 53

Craven, John H.

extends lease with TJ, 396-7

letter to cited, 738

payments to, 117-18

as TJ's tenant, 405

and transportation of TJ's goods, 405

Crawford, John

identified, 562-3n

letter from, 555-63

letter to, 586

urges peaceful end of slavery in America, 555-63, 586

Crevecoeur, Fort, 323, 329

Crèvecoeur, Michel Guillaume St. John de

Letters from an American Farmer, 111, 112n

Crew, Robert

identified, 85n

letter from, 84-5

sends churn to TJ, 84-5

Cri de la nature (Juste Chanlatte), 380n

crime

assault, 266n

bribery, 256

burglary, 80-2, 123, 266

counterfeiting, 50n, 296

false identity, 708

forgery, 308n, 574n

fraud, 350, 351n

between Indians and whites, 268-9, 294-5, 394

jailbreaks, 708

prostitution, 490

receipt of stolen property, 708

robbery, 33-4, 46, 74, 268-9, 294-5, 394, 609n

theft, 112-14, 417, 722n

See also law; murder; smuggling

Critic or A Tragedy Rehearsed (Richard Brinsley Sheridan), 581

Crockett, Joseph

letter from, 728-9

recommends aspirants for office, 728-9

Cromwell, Oliver, 181n

Cross, George, 739

Cross, John, Jr., 25n

Croswell, Andrew (1709-1785), 51

Croswell, Joseph

letter from, 51-5

New World Planted, 51, 54n

seeks appointment, 51-5

Crothers, Anthony, 70

Crowninshield, Jacob, 545, 550n

Crozat, Antoine, 322, 325, 327, 328n, 332

Cuba, 269, 334-5, 337

See also Havana, Cuba

Culpeper Court House, Va., 193

Cumming, William, 47

Cumpston, Thomas, 570n

Currie, James

letter from, 120

letter from cited, 120n

letter to cited, 120n

TJ's debt to, 120

Cushing, Thomas H., 34n

Custis, Edmund

letter from, 704

seeks appointment, 704

Cutler, John (Md.), 729-30

Cutler, Manasseh, xlv-xlvi, 545

Cutting, Nathaniel, 160n

Cutts, Richard, 458, 512, 545

Cuvier, Georges, 188n, 189n, 417n

 
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