Volume 41 Index

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P

Pacific Ocean, 417n, 493-4

Page, John

health of, 262

invited to Monticello, 119-20, 137-8, 201, 260, 262, 286, 346, 470

and J. D. Burk's History of Virginia, 718

letters from, 137-8, 262, 377-8, 470

letters to, 119-20, 201

and Louisiana Purchase, vii, 138

and son's health, 470

and TJ's doctrines of Jesus letter, 377-8

Page, Mann

letter from, 102

seeks appointment, 102, 739

Page, Margaret Lowther, 119, 137, 201, 262, 377

Paine, Thomas

Age of Reason, 368, 369n, 705-6

and British response to Louisiana Purchase, 196, 197n, 198n, 208

criticism of, 127, 705-6

and Didama, 540

farm at New Rochelle, 412, 413, 414n, 706, 707n

and J. Breckinridge, 138, 139-40n, 177, 184, 186n, 197n

letters from, 138-40, 410-14

letters to, 175-7, 221

quoted, 575

as reference, 408

and religion, 412, 705

sends ideas, advice on Louisiana government, 138-40

sends thoughts on Louisiana, European affairs, 410-14

suggests gunboat invasion of Britain, 411-12, 413, 414n

TJ sends information on Louisiana to, viii, 175-7, 221, 705, 706-7n

works by, 412, 705

Palestine, 148n

Palladium (Frankfort, Ky.), 394n

Palmer, Beriah

identified, 671-2n

letter from, 671-2

as member of Eighth Congress, 545

recommends aspirants for office, 671-2

Panuco River, 326, 330, 331

Paraguay, 397, 398

pardons

granted by TJ, 82n, 128, 184, 196, 198n, 266n, 592, 594-5n, 709

petitions for, 80-2, 118-19, 122-3, 128, 266, 708-9

Paris

commercial agent at, 283-4

education in, 406, 407

source for books, 397, 398

source for wine, 612

Paris, Treaty of (1763), 248-9, 326, 327, 334, 336-7

Parke, Benjamin, 547, 625

Parker, Isaac, 458n

Parker, Samuel S., 512

Parma, 610-11

Pascagoula River, 56, 643n

Pascalis Ouvrière, Felix

Account of the Contagious Epidemic Yellow Fever, 223n

identified, 223n

letter from, 221-3

offers suggestions for exploring, describing Louisiana, 221-3

Pascault, Lewis (Louis), 282, 283n

Passamaquoddy Bay, 601n

passports

for Americans in Spanish colonies, 292n

counterfeiting of, 50n

sea letters, xlii-xliii, 394 (illus.), 423n

patents

churns, 84-5

fireplaces, 638n

plow moldboards, 172n

sea salt production, 137n

steam engines, 638n

windmills, 135n

Paterson, James (Ireland)

letter from cited, 738

Paterson, John, 545

"Patriot of Our Glorious Revolution" (pseudonym)

letter from, 129-32

warns TJ of assassination plot, 129-32

Patterson, Mr., 740

Patterson, Dorcas Spear, 667, 669n

Patterson, Robert, 480

Patterson, William (Baltimore), 667, 669n

Patterson, William (N.Y.), 699, 700n

Patterson, William Ewing, 480

Payne, Anna, 550n

Payne, James, 288, 289n

Peace Treaty, Definitive (1783), 326, 327, 335, 336, 337-8, 347, 601n

Peachey, William, 525

Peacock, Robert Ware

identified, 574-5n

letter from, 573-5

letter to, 596

sends proposal for lecture series, 573-5, 596

Peale, Charles Willson

displays mastodon skeleton, 189n, 464-5

and Faujas de Saint-Fond, 188n

health of, 79

and J. I. Hawkins's inventions, 78-80

letters from, 78-80, 89-90, 310-11

mammoth skeleton offered to, 89-90

and megalonyx, 78, 79n

museum, 78-9, 90, 311

and polygraph, 79, 461

and sons' mastodon exhibition, 78, 310-11

Peale, Raphaelle, 78-9

Peale, Rembrandt, 78, 79, 310-11

Peale, Rubens, 311

Pearl River, 56

Pearson, Hurbert

letter from, 110-11

seeks appointment of bankruptcy commissioners, 110-11

pecans, 47, 192, 228, 626-7

Pedersen, Peder, 279, 280n

Pemberton family, 342n

Penn family, 342n

Penniman, Jabez, 36

Pennington, William S., 701, 712-14

Pennsylvania

agriculture in, 172, 638n

Bucks Co., 172-3

Carlisle, 103

congressional delegation from, 546, 547

Dauphin Co., 155n

drought in, 461

election of 1800 in, 606n

elections in, 68, 71n

Germans in, 149

Harrisburg, 155n

iron manufacturing, 461

land speculation in, 342n

militia, 618n

party affiliation of federal officeholders in, 16, 18, 19n, 22, 24, 108-9

Pennypack Creek, 470n

Pittsburgh, 56, 116, 351

and ratification of U.S. Constitution, 155n

Reading, 724

textile manufacturing, 470n

Whiskey Insurrection, 155n

See also bankruptcy commissioners; Federalists; Philadelphia; Republicans

Pennsylvania, Bank of, 715

Pennsylvania, University of, 70n, 305n, 459n

Pensacola, W. Fla., 250, 325, 326, 330, 331, 333, 578

Perdido (Perdigo) River

claimed as Louisiana boundary, viii, 170, 175, 176, 185, 244, 245, 260, 321, 326, 331, 333-4, 335, 336, 404, 428, 578

Perrot, Mr., 163

Perrot & Lee (Bordeaux), 457

Perry, John, 417

Perseverance (French frigate), 319n

Peters, Richard (judge), 230-1

Peters, Thomas T., 69

Petersburg, Va., 26n, 408, 719n

Petersburg Intelligencer, 719n

pets

mockingbirds, 150-1

Peyroux de la Coudrèniere, Henri, 91, 479

Peyton, Craven

letters from, 262, 349, 400

letters to, 263, 348-9, 353, 401

and mill seat on Henderson lands, 348-9, 353, 400

payments to, 400, 401, 405

purchases land for TJ, 401, 564n

and TJ's tenants, 262, 263

wagon of, 581

Peyton, John, 117, 118n

Phelps, Oliver, 180, 181n, 277n, 545

Phelps, Oliver Leicester, 276, 277n

Phelps, Timothy, 240, 241-2n

Philadelphia

accountants, 96n

aldermen, 70n

artisans, 75

attorneys, 75, 459n

auctioneer, 606n

bankruptcy commissioners in, 96, 102n, 232-3, 409, 570

Baptists in, 149

Board of Health, 146, 148n, 606n

commissioners, 70n

Common Council, 70n

custom house, 76, 108-9

druggists, 137n

education in, 406, 407

Episcopalians in, 149

Germans in, 149

healthiness of, 311

Jews in, 459n

mayors, 70n, 126, 128n

merchants, 31n, 33n, 75, 82n, 152n, 567, 606n

Methodists in, 149

militia, 70n, 75, 76n, 618n

naval officer at, 606, 607n

physicians, 480

post office, 267-8n

Presbyterians in, 149

and privateers, 3

quarantine of New York vessels, travelers by, 146, 148n, 166

revenue cutter, 76

scientific societies, 223n

Select Council, 70n

sheriff, 70n

shipbuilding, 647n

Society of Friends in, 31n, 149, 475n

Southwark, 647n

surveyor at, 606

views of, xliv

ward committees seek removal of Federalists, 12, 68-71, 75-6, 107-10, 114-15, 178-9, 213

weather conditions in, 292n

yellow fever, 146, 148n, 166, 223n, 386, 460, 461, 485, 528, 529, 531, 565, 677, 723-4

Philadelphia (U.S. frigate)

captured by Tripoli, 2

and capture of the Mirboka, 2, 490, 491-2n, 672-3

departs for Mediterranean, 224, 477

Philadelphia Medical Museum, 223n

Philadelphia Militia Legion, 618n

Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, 231n

Philanthropic Society (Easton, Md.), 354n

Philippi, 581

Phillips, Arabella Solomon, 459n

Phillips, Robert

letter from cited, 738

letter to cited, 739

Phillips, Zalegman

identified, 459n

letter from, 459

seeks appointment, 409, 459

Philosophical Transactions (Royal Society of London), 292n, 467, 468n

physiognotrace, 78, 79-80n, 311n

Piakemines River. See Bayou Plaquemine

pianos, 79, 80n

Pichon, Louis André

and Beaumarchais heirs' claim, 542, 543n

and British impressments, 197, 198-9n

and exchange of ratified Louisiana treaty, 295, 296n, 299, 551, 554n, 667, 668, 674

and importation of blacks from French colonies, 164-5, 736

and Jerome Bonaparte, 161n, 196, 275, 603n, 668-9n

receives, forwards dispatches from France, 348n

and Spain's opposition to Louisiana Purchase, 553n

and transfer of Louisiana to U.S., 299-300, 318, 374, 611, 633n

and use of U.S. ports by British armed vessels, 197, 209n

Pickens, Andrew, 402n, 437n

Pickering, Fort, 265n

Pickering, Timothy, 268n, 547, 602n

Pickett, George, 120

Pickett, Joseph, 599, 600n

Pickett, Pollard & Johnston, 49, 141

Pierce, Joel, 85n

Piesch, Abraham, 710

Pigou (ship), 311

Pinckney, Charles

discussions with Spain on Louisiana Purchase, 233-4, 236n, 259, 374, 551n, 553n

rumored wish to resign, 661, 663

Pinckney Treaty

and boundaries, 336-7

and land grants, 251

and removal of Spanish posts, 177n, 351n

and right of deposit at New Orleans, 236n

Pinkney, William, 152-3, 196, 220, 261

Pintard, John, 386-7

Pintard, John M., 505n

Pittsfield Sun, 60-1, 124-5

Plaquemine, Fort, 251

plasterers, 49, 620

plaster of paris, 627

Plater, Thomas, 546

plows

comparisons of, 172

TJ's moldboard, 171-3, 230-1

Plumard de Bellanger, Mme, 167, 168, 169n

Plumer, William, 547, 703n

Plutarch, xlv

poetry, 366-9

Pointe Coupee, 170, 176, 185, 249, 326, 428

Poland, 157n

Polk, David, 730n

Polk, Elizabeth Gillis, 730n

Polk, William (Md.)

identified, 730n

letter from, 729-30

recommends aspirants for office, 729-30

Pollock, Lucetta, 567, 568n

Pollock, Margaret O'Brien, 568n

Pollock, Oliver

letter from, 567-8

seeks appointment, 567-8

polygraphs, 79, 80n, 311n, 461, 462n

Pond, Peter, 91, 92n

Ponshaba Wela (Choctaw Indian)

identified, 402-3n

letter from, 401-3

offers land to clear Choctaw debts, 401-3

Pontchartrain, Lake, 177n

Pope, Edward, 421-3

Poplar Forest (TJ's estate), 119, 201

Port-au-Prince (Port Républicain), Saint-Domingue, 165n, 380n

Portsmouth, Virginia, Baptist Society

letter from, 710-11

praises TJ's administration, 710-11

Portugal

and Algiers, 287n

minister's residence in Washington, 521, 523n

slavery in colonies of, 558

and war in Europe, 489, 491n

wine from, 423-5, 613

See also Lisbon

postal service

appointments and removals in, 12, 602-3

establishment of post roads, routes, 46, 499n

increase in number of post offices, 284-5

maps of postal routes, 267-8

postmasters, 53, 55n, 342

revenue generated by, 498, 499n

robbery of mail carriers, 34n

schedules, efficiency of, 286, 621-2, 680

See also Granger, Gideon

Potomac District, 17n, 119n

Potomac River

controlled entirely by U.S., 175, 185

lots on, 519

paintings of, 112n

wharves on, 418-19, 420n

Potter, Henry, 110

Potter, Samuel J., 547

Poulson's American Daily Advertiser (Philadelphia), 147n

Powell, Cuthbert

letter from, 708-9

letter to, 200

and pardon for W. Galloway, 708-9

requests copies of laws pertaining to Alexandria, 200

Preble, Edward

commander of Mediterranean squadron, 488, 661, 663

and negotiations with Morocco, 509-10n, 673

as reference, 51

Prentis, Joseph

letter from, 145

and Walker affair, 145

Prentis, William

identified, 719n

and J. D. Burk's History of Virginia, 717-19

letter from, 717-19

Prentis, William (d. 1765), 719n

Presbyterians, 149, 155n, 562n

President's House

accounts of expenditures on, 304, 391

dinners hosted by TJ at, 549-50n, 668n

furniture, 569-70, 740-2

groceries, supplies for, 229, 404, 740-2

Jerome Bonaparte visits, 603-4

keys, 150

privies, 461

repairs to, 302-3

roof, 303, 319

servants at, 740-1

sheet iron for, 460

slaves at, 397n

stable and household accounts, 740-2

staircase, 303

See also Dougherty, Joseph; Jefferson, Thomas: Personal Affairs; Lemaire, Étienne

press, freedom of

in Louisiana, 689

Prestwould (Mecklenburg Co., Va.), 612, 678

Price, Mr.

tavern of, 201

Price, Joseph, 679, 695

Price, Richard (Milton, Va.), 117, 118n

Price, William Charles

History of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, 500, 501n

Priestley, Joseph

Disquisitions Relating to Matter and Spirit, 372, 373

Doctrine of Philosophical Necessity Illustrated, 372, 373

Harmony of the Evangelists, 136, 201-2, 292, 372, 373

and Pascalis, 223n

Priestley, Joseph, Jr., 136

Prince William Co., Va., 193

Prince William Court House, Va., 193

privateers, 3, 34-5, 37-8n, 220-1, 706n

Procter, Thomas, 89, 90n, 459n

Proofs of a Conspiracy, Against Christianity, and the Government of the United States (Abraham Bishop), 207n

Providence Bank, 3-4n

Prudhomme, Fort, 323, 329

Prussia, 129n

Pryce, William

identified, 501n

letter from, 500-1

letter to, 532

sends book subscription to TJ, 500-1, 532

Puckshunubbee (Choctaw Indian)

identified, 402-3n

letter from, 401-3

offers land to clear Choctaw debts, 401-3

Pudeaux, Joshua, 730n

Purdon, John, 69, 70n, 75, 459n

Pursuits of Literature (Thomas James Mathias), 589, 594n

Purviance, Samuel D.

advises on appointments, 599-600

elected to Congress, 312n

forwards bankruptcy case, 111n, 599

identified, 600n

letter from, 599-600

as member of Eighth Congress, 546, 550n

Putnam, Rufus, 15n, 698, 702, 733

Pyomingo (ship), 31, 33n

Pyrenees, 163

Pyrenees, Treaty of the, 328

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