Volume 41 Index

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W

Wabash River

as boundary, 655

claimed by France as part of Louisiana, 332

and Illinois and Wabash Company, 617-18n

Wabash saline, 214, 217n, 626, 627, 643n, 664, 675, 683, 695

Wadsworth, Peleg, 545

Wagner, Jacob

and advertisement for Serraire, 237

and ciphers, 238

and commission for A. Bishop, 382-3

and Derieux, 169n, 307, 344, 345

forwards letter from Irujo, 355-7, 374-5

letters from, 266, 355-7

letters to, 184, 237, 382-3

and pardons, 184, 196, 198n, 266

and preparation of Account of Louisiana, 649, 676n

as State Department chief clerk, 118, 119, 128, 169n, 220, 221n, 237n, 295, 387n, 509n, 530n, 551n, 582n, 699

wagoners, 405-6

wagons, 581

Walker, David (Ky.), 739

Walker, James (millwright)

letter from, 460

letter to, 403

and Shadwell mills, 403, 460

Walker, John, 145

Wall, Mr. (Savannah), 270

Wallace, James (astronomer)

letter from cited, 28n

letter to, 27-8

thanked by TJ, 27-8

Wallace, James Westwood, 304-5, 363-4, 369-70

Walton, Matthew, 359n, 547

War, U.S. Department of

accountant of, 24, 27n

appropriations and expenditures, 498-9, 502

arsenals, armories, 389

chaplains, 384n

clerks, 275n

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

engineers, 676-7

forts, posts, 65n

gun carriages, 281-2, 315-17

gunpowder for, 99, 100, 101n, 125

medical department, 61

military agents, 179, 181n

military storekeepers, 389n

minors in the army, 193, 195

party affiliation of officers in, 13, 14, 15n, 24

regiments of artillery, 85-6, 282n, 294n

regiments of infantry, 85-6, 202n

regulation of hair length by, 155-7, 295

saltpeter for, 99, 100, 101n, 137n

superintendent of military stores, 24

See also Dearborn, Henry; Indians: U.S. Indian Affairs

Ward, Samuel, 87n, 697, 702

War of 1812, 484n, 571n

War of Polish Succession, 326

War of Spanish Succession, 325, 330

War of the Quadruple Alliance, 325, 333

Warren, Henry, 52-3, 696, 702

Warren, James, 52-3, 241

Warren, James, Jr., 53, 55n

Wartman, Lawrence

asks TJ for money, 723-4

identified, 724n

letter from, 723-4

Washington, D.C.

alterations to plan of, 418-21, 514-23

attorneys, 574n

bridges, 520

canals, 520, 522n

Capitol Hill, 238, 239, 302

churches, 232n

coffeehouses, 238-40

costs of living in, 273-4

education in, 575n

Georgia Ave., 420n, 517, 522n

Hamburg, 520

horse racing at, xlv-xlvi, 394 (illus.)

hotels, boardinghouses, 239n, 302, 574n

insurance companies, 268n, 523-4, 576-7

jail, 574n, 586-94, 708

lack of capital in, 523, 576

lack of port facilities in, 644

maps of, 418-21, 516, 522n

markets, 517

merchants, 273

New Jersey Ave., 302, 522n

Pennsylvania Ave., 302, 390

plan for marine hospital in, 517

plan for national university in, 517

postal service, 680

President's Square, 418, 419, 420-1n

public buildings, 418, 670

relationship with Georgetown, 576

reputation as unhealthy, 306, 343, 363, 419

residence of Portuguese minister, 521, 523n

sale of spirituous liquors in, 515

shoe stores, 273

streets and roads in, 302, 303, 389-90, 476

surveyors, 420n

taverns, 239n

wages at, 476

Washington Navy Yard, 316n, 503n, 517, 521

waterfront lots in, 518-21, 522n

water street in, 419, 420n, 522n

wharves, 418-19, 420n, 515, 517, 520, 521, 522n

See also Anacostia River; Capitol, U.S.; District of Columbia

Washington, George

appointments by, 25n, 26n, 27n, 422n

declines writing letters of condolence, 471

and District of Columbia, 418, 420n, 515-19, 522n

foreign policy of, 413

and Lafayette's emancipation experiment, 309

and Morocco, 510n

and passports for U.S. ships, xlii

portraits of, xlv

and R. Harvey, 40n

as reference, 474

relationship with J. Adams, 471

Washington Hotel, 239n

Washington Jockey Club

notice of annual races, xlv-xlvi, 394 (illus.)

watches, 566n

Waterman, Thomas

identified, 96n

letter from, 96

seeks appointment, 96

Waterson, William, 504n

Watson, Elkanah

letter from, 568-9

sends book to TJ, 568-9

Tour in Holland, 568-9

Watson, George

letter from cited, 737

Watson, Richard (Bishop of Llandaff)

Apology for the Bible, 368, 369n

Watson, William (Mass.), 696, 702

Wayles, John (TJ's father-in-law), 525

Wayne, Anthony, 105n, 126

Wayne, Elizabeth Iddings, 126, 128n

weather

cold, 292n

drought, 461

Webb, William (Bath, Me.), 511-12, 572n

Wells, William H., 547, 553n

West, Cato, 21n, 22n, 350

West, Hugh, 26n

West, John S., 19n

western states

settlement of, 450

West Indies

admiralty courts in, 214, 217n

slavery in, 222, 558

trade with, 214, 217n, 407-8

See also Guadeloupe, W.I.; Jamaica; Saint-Domingue, W.I.

West New Jersey Society (London), 342n

Westphalia, Kingdom of, 603n

Weyman, Edward, 19n, 24, 26n

wharves

in Washington, D.C., 418-19, 420n, 515, 517, 520, 521, 522n

wheat, 262, 345, 346, 483, 486

Wheatcroft, John, Jr., 431n

Wheatcroft, John, Sr.

forwards account of L'Aigle meteor, 430-2

letter from, 430-2

letters from cited, 431n

Wheaton, Mr., 364, 365

Wheaton, Seth, 3-4n

Wheeling, Va., ix, 352, 378

Whelen, Israel, 20n, 41, 698, 702, 733

Whipple, John, 86

Whipple, Joseph, 19n

Whiskey Insurrection, 155n

White, Mr. (Rouen), 612

White, Alexander

as D.C. commissioner, 418, 522n

letter from, 271-2

seeks appointment, 271-2

White, James (Tenn.)

identified, 688n

letter from, 687-8

resolution of approbation for TJ's administration, 687-8

White, Reuben, 34n

White, Samuel, 425, 547

White, William (Va.), 26n

Whitehill, John, 546

White River (Arkansas), 615

Whitworth, Charles, 216

Wilkes, Charles, 203, 204

Wilkins, Alexander, 34n

Wilkinson, Benjamin, 86

Wilkinson, Fort, 10, 437n

Wilkinson, James

and Indian treaty negotiations, 44, 47, 402n, 403n, 437n, 643n, 698

sends information on Louisiana, 322

and T. Butler court-martial, 157n

and transfer of Louisiana to U.S., 621-2, 625, 632-5, 668, 707, 734

Willard, Joseph, 365, 366n

Willcox, Joseph, 19n, 276, 277n, 289

William I, King of England, 51

William III, King of England, 554n

William V, Prince of Orange (stadtholder of Netherlands), 188n

William and Mary, College of, 242-3n, 364n, 373n, 615, 719n

Williams, David

Claims of Literature, 400n, 725-6

identified, 726n

letters to, 725-6, 726-8

sends book to TJ, 398-9, 725

thanked by TJ, 725-8

works by, 726n

Williams, Lemuel, 422, 545

Williams, Marmaduke, 546

Williams, Robert, 41, 180, 213, 350, 429, 733

Willich, A. F. M.

Domestic Encyclopædia, 171

Willis, John (Pa.), 69, 75

Willis, William, 698, 700n, 702

Willson, Richard

asks TJ for loan, 238-9

letter from, 238-9

proposes to open national coffeehouse, 238-40

Wilmer, James Jones

identified, 383-4n

letters from, 383-4, 681

letter to, 688

seeks appointment, 681

sends publication to TJ, 383-4

thanked by TJ, 688

works by, 383-4n

Wilmington, Del.

booksellers in, 501n

collector at, 426n

education in, 501n

Episcopalians in, 500-1

Republicans in, 124

Wilmington, College of, 501n

Wilson, James (Baltimore)

letters from, 391, 436

seeks appointment, 391, 436

Wilson, John

letter from, 272-4

seeks appointment, 272-4

Wilson, John, Sr., 273, 274

Wilson, Robert Thomas

History of the British Expedition to Egypt, 145-6, 147n, 148n

Wilson, William, Jr., 274n

windmills, 135n

wine

adulteration of, 424

Arruda, 613

Brazil, 49

from Burgundy, 158, 612, 717

Carrasqueira, 613

champagne (still), 158, 612, 694-5, 717

duties on, 229n, 595-6, 613n

effect of heat on, 158

Hermitage (white), 31, 229, 404

Madeira, 49, 174-5

Malaga, 409-10

Montrachet (Monrachet), 158

Oeiras, 424

ordered by TJ, 31, 49, 96-7, 158, 163-4, 174-5, 192, 228-9, 404, 423-5, 457, 473-4, 511, 595, 596-7, 612, 613, 659-60, 662, 694-5, 710, 717

Portuguese, 423-5, 613

prices, 229, 457n, 596, 597n, 612

Rausan-Margaux (Rozan-Margau), 457

sauterne, 457

sherry, 596-7

Termo, 423-4, 613

theft of, 417

vineyards, 609n

Wingate, Joshua, Jr., 275, 643n

Wingate, Julia Cascaline Dearborn, 276

Winn, Richard, 547

Winner, Joseph, 342, 343n

Winslow, John, 572n

Winston, Joseph, 546

Wisdom, which “Cometh Down from Above” (James Jones Wilmer), 384n

Wise, Peter, Jr.

letter from, 708-9

and pardon for W. Galloway, 708-9

Wistar, Caspar

and Faujas de Saint-Fond, 188n

forwards books to TJ, 83

letter from cited, 736

letters from, 83, 91-2, 479-80, 711-12

and mastodon, 467

prepares M. Lewis for expedition, 91-2, 479-80

recommends aspirants for office, 711-12

sends suggestions on Louisiana, western exploration, 479-80

Wolcott, Alexander

advises on appointments, 226, 289

letter from, 226

party affiliation of, 19n

Wolcott, George, 226n

Wolcott, Oliver, Jr., 38n

Wollaston, Frederick Hyde, 211, 698, 702

Wollstonecraft, Mary, 431n

women

abandoned, 307

adultery, 9

ask TJ for money, 307-8, 527-9, 629-31

attend horse races, xlvi

divorce, separation, 208n

education of, 207n, 254, 685n

Indian, 9-10, 614-15

marriage, 666-7, 668-9n

midwives, 680, 681n

pregnancy, childbirth, 680, 681n

prostitution, 490

seamstresses, 528, 529, 630, 631

slaves, 212n

widows, widowhood, 563

Wood, Joseph, 24

Woodward, Augustus Brevoort

exchanges books with TJ, 577

letters from, 267, 577

sends memoir on Louisiana to TJ, 267

Wooldridge, William H., 86

Woolsey, Melancthon Lloyd, 24, 26n

Works of Flavius Josephus, 501n

Worthington, Thomas

attends opening of Congress, 457n

and Kosciuszko's lands, 41

and Louisiana Purchase, 358, 359n

as member of Eighth Congress, 548

and Wabash saline, 664

Wright, Robert, 238, 547, 602n, 680n, 703n

Wright, Thomas (Pa.), 69

Württemberg, Electorate of, 603n

Wynns, Thomas

identified, 571n

letter from, 570-1

as member of Eighth Congress, 546

recommends aspirants for office, 570-1

Wythe, Anne, 304n

Wythe, George

law students of, 394n

letters from, 304-5, 712

recommends aspirants for office, 304-5, 369, 370n, 712

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