Volume 41 Index

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D

Dalbarton (Dalbart). See Bonaparte, Jerome

Dallas, Alexander J.

commissioner of bankruptcy, 233, 570n

and marriage of Jerome Bonaparte, 669n

and P. Bond case, 3n, 35n

party affiliation of, 108

and split among Philadelphia Republicans, 606n

Dana, Francis, 513, 514n

Dana, Samuel W., 545, 550n

Danforth, Joshua

identified, 61n

letter from, 60-1

letter to, 124-5

seeks newspaper subscription from TJ, 60-1, 124-5

Daniel, William, 97-8

Darneille, Isaac

identified, 657n

letter from, 653-8

letter from cited, 657n

reports on political situation of Illinois country, 653-8

Dartmouth College, 422n

Daubenton, Louis Jean Marie, 188n

Dauphin (Dauphine) Island, 175, 325, 330, 332

Daveiss, Joseph Hamilton, 19n

Davenport, John, 545

Davidson, James (Me.), 572n

Davidson, James, Jr., 572n

Davidson, Samuel

claim regarding alterations to plan of Washington, 418-19, 420n, 516, 519, 522n

Davie, William R., 571n

Davies, William

and importation of blacks from French colonies, 164, 165n, 286

letter from cited, 286n, 737

Davis, George (surgeon), 234n, 236n, 259

Davis, Goodorum, 570-1, 734

Davis, Samuel, 511-12

Davis, Simon, 648n

Davis, Thomas T.

letter from, 472-3

letter from cited, 473n, 738

seeks appointment, 473n, 626

sends information on Louisiana, 472-3

Dawson, John

carries ratified convention to France, 219-20, 260

and Jerome Bonaparte, 164, 196, 198n

as member of Eighth Congress, 546

Dawson, Martin

letters to, from cited, 738

Dax (Ax), France, 32

Dayton, Jonathan, 139, 140n, 547

Deane, Silas, 385n

Dearborn, Dorcas Osgood Marble, 276, 343

Dearborn, Henry

Indian Affairs

and acculturation of Indians, 437

and Creek boundary, 437-8

and crimes committed by Indians, 268-9, 294-5, 394

and Indian land cessions, 403n, 437, 623-4

and Indian trading houses, 437

and Kaskaskia address, 161, 276

and return of property taken by Creeks, 143-5

roads through Indian territory, 34n

letter from cited, 677n

letters from, 14-15, 61-2, 85, 86, 92, 101-2, 140, 275, 276, 294, 294-6, 306, 437-8, 453-4, 688-9

letters to, 33-4, 125-6, 160-2, 193, 268-9, 316-17, 343, 571-2, 623-4

Military Affairs

advises on annual message to Congress, ix, 437-8, 439, 453-4

applications to, for appointments, 265n

and arsenals, armories, 389n

attends cabinet meetings, vii, 63-6, 470-1, 624

and courts-martial, 268, 294-5, 343, 395

and du Pont powder mills, 99, 100, 101n, 125-6, 140

and gun carriages for Morocco, 281-2, 315, 316-17, 320, 363

and Jared Mansfield's commission, 677n

and Jerome Bonaparte, 160-2, 275, 604n

and Lewis and Clark expedition, ix, 58, 103n, 116-17, 140, 193, 276

and Louisiana boundaries, 295-6

and minors in the army, 193, 195, 276

plans, instructions for taking possession of Louisiana, 65n, 470-1, 624, 625, 633-5n

recommends commissions, promotions, 61-2, 85, 86, 92, 181n, 688-9

and robberies on Natchez road, 33-4, 295

and Vandyke, 268, 395

and War Department estimates, 502

See also War, U.S. Department of

Personal Affairs

family of, 306

invited to Monticello, 193, 268, 276

removes from Washington for health, 306, 343

returns to Washington, 435

Politics

advises on appointments, 571-2

applications to, for appointments, 101-2

and party affiliation of federal officeholders, 13, 14-15

debt. See United States: Economy; United States: Public Finance

Décade philosophique, littéraire et politique, 652n

De Chanlas, Monsieur

letter from cited, 735

Declaration of Independence

public readings of, 61n

See also Independence Day

Decrès, Denis, 296n

Defermon, Jacques, 158-9, 160n

Delaferre, B.

identified, 605n

letter from, 604-5

seeks appointment, 604-5

De la France et des États-Unis (Etienne Clavière and Jacques Pierre Brissot de Warville), 652n

Delarue, Eugénie Beaumarchais, 385n

Delarue, Louis André Toussaint, 385n

Delassus, Charles Dehault, 654, 658n

Delaware

abolition societies, 501n

congressional delegation from, 546, 547

Duck Creek, 354n

education in, 354n, 501n

elections in, 425-6n

Episcopalians in, 500-1

gunpowder manufacturing in, 101n

Kent Co., 354n, 425n, 501n

Newport, 501n

newspapers, 501n

party affiliation of federal officeholders in, 16, 18, 22, 24, 27n

Smyrna, 354n

Society of Friends in, 354n

U.S. attorney, 23n

See also Federalists; Republicans; Wilmington, Del.

Delaware Abolition Society, 501n

Delaware Bible Society, 501n

Delaware River, 26n, 29, 175, 185

Delesdernier, Lewis Frederick, 23, 25n

Delille, Jacques

L'Homme des champs, 361-2

Delozier, Daniel, 24, 26n

Demerara, 562n, 714-16

Denmark, 279, 280n

Dennis, John, 546

Derieux, Justin Pierre Plumard

allowance for expenses, 219, 234, 237n, 259, 260, 261n, 279, 306-7, 344, 345

carries dispatches, Louisiana treaty from France, 167-9, 285-6, 344, 345

and F. Skipwith's certificate, 285, 306-7, 344, 345

letters from, 167-9, 285-6, 344-6

letter to, 306-7

and seeds for TJ, 344-6

Dering, Henry P., 24, 26n

Dermott, James Reed, 420n

Dernieres decouvertes dans l'Amerique septentrionale de M. de la Sale; mises au jour par M. le Chevalier Tonti, gouverneur du Fort Saint Loüis, aux Islinois (Henri de Tonti), 323-4, 328n

Description of the English Province of Carolana. By the Spaniards call'd Florida, and by the French, La Louisiane (Daniel Coxe), 324, 326

desertion

in U.S. Navy, 153-4, 269-70

Dessalines, Jean Jacques, 380n

Destutt de Tracy, Antoine Louis Claude

Éléments d'idéologie, 309, 666

and idéologistes, 652n

Detroit, 21n, 575-6

Diana (goddess), 146

Dick, Elisha Cullen

as health officer at Alexandria, 592

letter from, 708-9

and pardon for W. Galloway, 708-9

Dickerson, Mahlon, 233, 570n

Dickinson, James

encourages exploration of Louisiana, 493-5

letter from, 493-5

Dickinson, John

letters from, 132-3, 599

letter to, 169-71

offers advice on acquiring Florida, 132-3

praises TJ's annual message, 599

TJ sends his opinions on Louisiana to, 169-71

Dickson, William, 214, 547, 675n

Didama, Simon

identified, 541n

letter from, 540-1

plans to settle European immigrants in Louisiana, 540-1

Digges, Thomas

carries papers to TJ, 267

letter from, 620

recommends plasterer, 620

Dill, Thomas

letter from, 481-2

offers religious advice, seeks charity, 481-2

Dinsmoor, Silas, 45, 403n

Dinsmore, James

housejoiner at Monticello, 636

letter from cited, 736

letter to cited, 739

payments to, 653

Direct Tax (1798), 698, 702, 731n

disease. See medicine

Disquisitions Relating to Matter and Spirit (Joseph Priestley), 372, 373

District of Columbia

alterations to plan of, 418-21

bankruptcy commissioners, 734

commissioners, 272n, 418-19, 420n

courts, 97-8, 242-3, 272, 572-3

government of, 364n

Md. loans to, 476, 478-9, 498

no quarantine in, 473

sale of lots in, 390, 418-19, 420n, 479n, 515, 516, 518-19, 524n, 576

See also Alexandria, D.C.; Georgetown, D.C.; Washington, D.C.

Divers, George

architectural ornaments for, 49-50

letter from, 49-50

letters from cited, 50n, 738

letters to cited, 50n, 738

and Monroe, 400

Dobell, Peter, 698, 702

Doctrine of Philosophical Necessity Illustrated (Joseph Priestley), 372, 373

Dodd, John (N.J.), 713n

Domestic Encyclopædia (A. F. M. Willich), 171

Domestic Encyclopædia (James Mease), 171-3

Donald, James and Robert, & Co., 392, 393n

Donald, Scott & Co., 392, 393n

Don Quixote (Miguel de Cervantes), 530n

Dorr, Elisha, 671, 672n

Dorsay (d'Orsay), M., 158

Dougherty, Joseph

delivers bank bills to TJ, 614

health of, 150

and Meriwether Lewis, 11

stable accounts, 740-2

Doughty, James, Jr.

identified, 647n

letter from, 646-7

seeks appointment, 646-7

Douglas, John Erskine, 197, 198-9n, 234n, 235n

Douglass, John, 69, 70n

Doyle, Joseph, 86

D'Oyley, Daniel

letter from, 114

letter to, 199-200

Oration, Delivered in St. Michael's Church, 114, 199, 200n

sends oration to TJ, 114

thanked by TJ, 199-200

Dryad (British frigate), 40n

Duane, William

and British response to Louisiana Purchase, 196-7, 198n, 208

letter to, 107-10

and party affiliation of federal officeholders, 12

and Philadelphia ward committees, 69, 70-1n, 75, 76n, 107-10, 115, 178-9, 208

recommends aspirants for office, 459n

as Republican leader, 606n

seeks to be official organ of TJ's administration, 197, 198n, 208, 238, 286

TJ's opinion of, 208, 286

See also Aurora (Philadelphia)

Dublin, 376, 411, 414n, 562n

Duck River, 34n, 44

Ducoigne, Jean Baptiste, 643n

Dudley, Thomas, 696, 703

Duffee, Neal, 85

Dufief, Nicolas Gouin

letter from, 371-3

Nature Displayed, 371-3

TJ orders books from, 136

Dumas, Mathieu, 384-5, 526

Dumont de Montigny, Louis François Benjamin

explores Arkansas River, 326

Mémoires historiques sur la Louisiane, 323-6, 328n

Dunbar, John D., 53, 55n

Dunbar, William

letters from, 227-8, 432-4, 578-80

letters to, 73-4, 404

and Louisiana boundaries, 322, 404, 432-4

observations on cold weather, 293n

observations on rainbows, 292-3

and terms of Louisiana treaty and conventions, 64n

and TJ's queries on Louisiana, viii, 73-4, 227-8, 404, 432, 578-80

western expedition of, 137n

Duncan, David, 21n, 24

Duncan, Samuel E., 572n

Dunkirk, France

commercial agent at, 159, 160n, 737

sale of, to France (1662), 180, 181n, 219

Dunlap, John, 572n

du Pont, Victor Marie, 101n, 163

Du Pont (de Nemours), Père, Fils et Compagnie, 158

du Pont de Nemours, Éleuthère Irénée

and gunpowder manufacturing, 98-101

identified, 101n

letter from, 98-101

and saltpeter refining, 99-101

seeks government contracts, 98-101, 125-6, 140

Du Pont de Nemours, Françoise Robin Poivre, 648

Du Pont de Nemours, Nicole Charlotte Marie Louise Le Dée de Raucourt, 101n

Du Pont de Nemours, Pierre Samuel

letter from, 205-6

letter to, 647-8

and Louisiana Purchase, 65n, 125, 647-8

offers financial services, 648

plan to manufacture gunpowder, 98-100

recommends Foncin, 205-6

TJ's correspondence with, 399

du Pont de Nemours, Sophie Madeleine Dalmas, 101n

Durfee, Thomas, 13, 25n, 697, 702

Durrett, John, 678-9, 695

Dutch East Indies, 569n

Duvall, Gabriel

and E. Livingston's removal, 341

and J. Story, 86-7

letters from, 86-7, 482-3

and Md. elections, 482-3

party affiliation of, 20n

Dwight, Thomas, 545

D'Wolf (DeWolf), Charles, 648n

dyes, 408

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