Volume 41 Index

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F

fables

Bat and the Weasels, 53, 55n

Fair American (ship), 31, 229

Fairfax Co., Va., 573n

Fairfax Court House, Va., 193

"Fair Play" (Thomas Jefferson). See Jefferson, Thomas: Writings

Falconer, William

and Duncan Brown's case, 74-5

identified, 74-5n

letter to, 74-5

Fallette-Barol, Octave Alexandre

Éclaircissemens sur plusieurs points, 83n

Fanny. See Hern, Fanny Gillette (b. 1788, TJ's slave)

Fantrees (Fontrees), John, 348, 349, 353

Faujas de Saint-Fond, Barthélemy

Essai de géologie, 187-8, 189n, 397-8

forwards book to TJ, 187-9, 397-8

identified, 188-9n

letters from, 187-9, 397-8

recommends bookseller, 397, 398

Fauquier Court House, Va., 193, 305n

Faw, Abraham

letter from, 708-9

orders son arrested, 590-2

and pardon for W. Galloway, 708-9

Faw, Jonathan

identified, 594n

letter from, 586-95

letter to, 605

seeks release from jail, 586-95, 605

Fay, Betsey Broome, 190

Fay, Joseph

congratulates TJ on Louisiana Purchase, 190-2

letters from, 189-90, 190-2, 263

recommends S. Broome, 166, 189-90, 240, 263, 277n

Federal Ark (Wilmington, Del.), 425n, 501n

Federal Gazette (Baltimore), 363n

Federalists

accused of lies, misrepresentations, 68

accused of war mongering, 710

associated with monarchy, 46, 488

banks dominated by, 3-4n, 69

and clerks, 14

coffeehouses, 238, 239

in Conn., 16, 17n, 18, 19n, 24, 25-6n, 207n, 341, 616

Constitution threatened by, 710-11

criticize appointments, removals by TJ, 426n, 703n

in Del., 16, 18, 24, 425-6

and Episcopalians, 149

and France, 7

in Ga., 14, 16, 18, 24

and Great Britain, 7

in Ind. Terr., 24

judiciary dominated by, 14

in Ky., 16, 18, 19n, 24

and Louisiana Purchase, vii, 6-7, 73-4, 139, 170, 185, 190-1, 277, 360-1, 425n, 448, 475n, 485, 488, 507, 611, 647, 667, 710

and the Mammoth Cheese, 54

in Mass., 16, 17n, 18, 25n, 52-3, 360, 366n, 421-3, 512, 512n, 616

in Md., 14, 16, 17n, 18, 24, 482-3, 507, 729-30

in Me., 17n, 23, 25n, 458, 512, 572n

merchants dominated by, 69

military dominated by, 13, 14, 15n

in Miss. Terr., 21n, 46-7, 350

monopolize public offices, 12, 68, 75-6

in N.C., 14, 16, 18, 19n, 24, 311-12, 571n, 600n

in N.H., 16, 17n, 18-19, 25n, 616

in N.J., 16, 18, 27n, 37n

in N.Y., 16, 17n, 18, 24, 26n

in Ohio, 15n, 16, 18, 532-3

in Pa., 16, 18, 24, 68-9, 71n, 75-6, 149

patronage controlled by, 76

printers, newspapers, 114, 139, 341, 360, 501n

removal of, expected, urged, 2, 12-14, 68-71, 75-6, 107-10, 421-3, 729-30

return to Republican ranks, 8, 11n

in R.I., 3-4n, 13-14, 16, 17n, 18, 19n, 24

in S.C., 14, 16, 18, 19n, 24, 74n, 114, 199-200

seized by frenzy, madness, 8, 11n

and Society of Friends, 149

in State Dept., 14

in Tenn., 16, 18

in Treasury Dept., 14, 15n

in Va., 14, 16, 17-18n, 18, 24, 26n, 572-3, 683

in Vt., 16, 17n, 18, 19n

in Washington, D.C., 238

Felix, Louise Françoise, 41-2, 315n

Fellowes, Julia Hixon, 247, 248n

Fellowes, Nathaniel, 247-8

Fellowes, Nathaniel, Jr., 247-8

Fénelon, François de Salignac de La Mothe-, 415, 416

Fenner, James, 549n

Fenwick, Joseph, 552n

Ferdinand IV, King of Naples (and King of Sicily), 487

Ferguson, Benjamin, 294, 343

Fidler, Peter, 57

Findlay, James, 24, 464, 468n

Findlay, John, 126-7

Findley, William, 546

Finley, Samuel, 24

firearms

muskets, 621

owned by TJ, 485, 486

pistols, 485, 486, 506

rifles, 621

fireplaces, 636-7, 638n

Fisk, James, 722n

Fitz, Gideon

letter from cited, 738

travels to Miss. Terr., 178, 405

Fitzhugh, Henry, 242n

Fitzhugh, Nicholas

identified, 242-3n

letter from, 242-3

seeks appointment, 242-3, 572-3

Fitzhugh, Sarah Battaile, 242n

Fleischer, William, 397, 398

Fletcher, Thomas C.

letter from cited, 200n, 736

payments to, 200n

Flood, Nicholas, 525-6

Florence, 490

Florida

boundaries, 177n

British administration of, 578

calls to exchange part of Louisiana for, 132, 170, 176, 185, 291, 357-8, 432, 553n

ceded to Britain by Spain, 334, 337

ceded to Spain by Britain, 326, 327, 335-7, 404, 578-9

census of, 212n

division of, 327, 328n, 335, 578

France seeks to acquire from Spain, 610n

maps of, 257-8n, 628-9

navigation of rivers through W. Fla., 44, 63, 66n, 77, 170, 175, 185

negotiations with Spain to purchase, 44, 63-4, 66n, 77, 118, 119n, 132, 139, 173, 236n, 291, 312, 504, 551n

potential British acquisition of, 66n

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

settlement of, 291, 325

Spanish administration of, 327, 328n, 335, 404, 578-9

Spanish desire to retain, 236n

trade of, 257

U.S. acquisition of, seen as inevitable, 64, 66n, 77, 170, 176, 185, 216, 291, 358

U.S. considers taking possession of, 295-6, 318, 633n

W. Fla. claimed as part of Louisiana, 77n, 234n, 244, 245, 295-6, 318, 321, 327, 335-7, 404, 427-8, 429n, 578-9, 619n

See also Pensacola, W. Fla.; Perdido (Perdigo) River

flour

as cargo, 3n

imports of, permitted by Portugal, 424

Foncin, John

carries letters for Lafayette, 665

and Lafayette's emancipation experiment, 308, 309n

letter from cited, 739

seeks appointment, 204, 205-6, 225-6, 308

food and drink

brandy, 417

cabbage, 344, 345, 486

capers, 229

cocoa, 408, 490

dried and glazed fruit, 229

fish, 104, 140, 174

grapes, 607, 608, 609n

nuts, 192, 228, 229, 404, 457, 473, 595-6

oil, 229

olives, 229

peaches, 223n

pork, 417

rum, 408

strawberries, 486

syrup of punch, 104

tarragon, 345, 346

See also cider; coffee; corn; flour; hams; molasses; pecans; sugar; tea; wheat; wine

Forbes, John Murray, 374, 375n

Forrest, Uriah, 390

Fort Wayne, 643n

Fosdick, Nathaniel, 699n

Fosdick, Nicoll

criticizes T. Paine, 705-7

identified, 706n

letter from, 705-7

fossils. See Big Bone Lick; mammoth; mastodon; megalonyx; megatherium

Foster, Dwight, 360

Foster, John

letter from, 710-11

praises TJ's administration, 710-11

Fourth of July. See Independence Day

Fowler, John, 359n, 547

Foxall, Henry, 315, 316n

France

Colonies

and Canada, 323-4, 329-30, 332

insurrections, 556-7

reestablishment of slavery in, 556-7

and Seven Years War, 331, 334

See also Louisiana; Saint-Domingue, W.I.

Economy

gunpowder manufacturing, 101n

royal charters for Louisiana trade, 325

Foreign Relations

and Etruria, 489-90

and German states, 490

and Naples, 489

and Parma, 610n

and Portugal, 489, 491n

and Russia, 607-9

with Spain, 228, 236n, 248-9, 323-9, 330-8, 552-3n, 579, 609-11, 647, 667-8

Law

Coutume de Paris, 577

marriage, 666-7, 668-9n

National Institute of Arts and Sciences

members of, 430, 431n

TJ's standing with, 399

Politics and Government

Conseil d'État, 160n

idéologistes, 652n

National Assembly, 211n

and neutral ships, 158, 159-60n

Tribunate, 652-3n

See also Bonaparte, Napoleon

Science and Learning

Collège Royal, 101n

Jardin des Plantes, 397, 398

L'Aigle meteor, 430-2

Linnaean Society, 223n

Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle, 187-9, 397-8

and seizure of natural history collections, 188n

Société des Observateurs de l'Homme, 417n

U.S. Relations with

American debt claims, 151, 152n, 158-60, 180, 181n, 215, 234n

and Beaumarchais heirs' claim, 384-5, 526, 542-3

and death of B. Franklin, 471

French as U.S. consuls, 31-2

immigrants to U.S., 32-3, 82n, 101n, 223n, 310n, 385n, 469, 575n, 604

impact of renewed war with Britain on, ix, 247, 295n, 439, 441, 446, 450-1, 453-5, 489, 537-9

and Indian affairs, 437n

and Jerome Bonaparte, 160-2, 164-6, 194

and land titles in Louisiana, 250

and Louisiana boundary, 228, 248-9, 321-2, 323-9

rates of exchange, 301n

and T. Paine, 706

TJ considers embargo against, 439, 444, 446, 451, 454-5

TJ seeks peace and amity with, 7, 43

and treaty of amity and commerce, 347, 348n

and U.S. restrictions on entry of blacks, 164-5, 213, 286

and use of U.S. ports by Britain and France, 208-9, 259-60, 441, 538

and violations of neutrality laws, 3, 34-5, 37-8, 317, 319n

See also Convention of 1800; Louisiana; Louisiana Purchase; New Orleans

War with Britain

ban on British imports, 158, 159-60n, 489, 490-1

blockade of Toulon, 491, 492n

closes European ports to Britain, 489

and decision to sell Louisiana, 7, 65n, 73-4, 215-16

economic consequences of, 489-90

in Egypt and Palestine (1799), 145-8

formal declaration of, 43, 238

and French violations of neutrality laws, 3, 34-5, 37-8

imminence of, 44, 215-16, 236n

in Mediterranean, 220-1

occupation of Hanover, 129n, 225n

occupation of Naples, 489

and Russian neutrality, 217, 218n, 607-9

and Spanish neutrality, 597

threatens Bremen and Hamburg, 225

threatens Naples, 236n

threat of French invasion of Britain, 411-12, 413, 414n, 489

and U.S. neutrality, 43, 439, 441, 489

Franchimastabé (Choctaw Indian), 45, 48n, 402n

Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor, 490

Franklin (brig), 62

Franklin, Benjamin, 231, 368, 398, 471, 725

Franklin, Jesse, 548

Franklin, Sarah Howell, 474-5

Franklin, Thomas, 474

Franklin, Walter, 474-5

Franklin Insurance Company (Washington, D.C.), 268n

Fredericksburg, Va., 112, 113-14n, 193

Freeland, Alexander, 342, 343n

Freeman, John, 704

Freeman, Thomas, 437-8n

French and Indian War, 638

French language, 605n

French Revolution, 42-3

Freneau, Peter, 12

Freneau, Philip, 603n

Frethy, Edward, 740, 741

Freylinghuysen, Frederick, 701n

Friedrich II, Duke and Elector of Württemberg, 603n

Friends, Society of

in Del., 354n

and education, 354n

in England, 310

and free blacks, 135

in Md., 354n

in N.J., 135n

opposition to slavery by, 354n

in Pa., 31n, 475n

support Federalists, 149

Friendship (schooner), 404

“Frien to Jefferson” (pseudonym)

accuses G. Lilly of misappropriating provisions, 417

letter from, 417

Fry, Joshua (b. ca. 1760)

letter from, 484-5

recommends aspirants for office, 484-5

Fundy, Bay of, 328, 600-1n

fur trade, 92n, 494

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