Volume 42 Index

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Cabanis, Pierre Jean Georges, 245, 550, 551n

Cadiz, Spain, 167

Cadoudal, Georges, 550n

Calkoen, Jan Frederik van Beeck, 146

Callender, James Thomson, 258n, 465n, 585

Cambrian (British frigate), 624, 626

Campbell, Anthony, 15

Campbell, Arthur

identified, 307n

letter from, 306-7

seeks appointment, 306-7

Campbell, David

advises on relocation of Cherokees, 216-18

letter from, 216-18

Campbell, Hugh G., 83

Campbell, John (army officer), 15

Campbell, John (Md.), 532n

Canada

and American Revolution, 252

boundaries, 39-40, 251-2, 271-2, 280-4, 285n, 292-301, 313-15, 317

emigrants to, 141n

immigrants to Louisiana from, 189, 192, 194n

and Indian trade, 9, 10n

settlers from, near Detroit, 489n

Canary Islands, 581

Canovai, Stanislao

Elogio d'Amerigo Vespucci, 196, 198, 353, 354

Canton, 147n

Cape Girardeau, 191, 194n

Cape Mount, Africa, 427n

Cape Verde Islands, 123n

Caphart, Mrs., 531-2

Capitol, U.S.

alterations to plan of, 559-60, 563, 564-7

appropriations for, xliv, 532-3n

columns, 499, 500n, 563-4

fire at (1851), 618n

heating of, 62, 118-19, 513-14

House chamber, 499-500, 515, 516, 517n, 563

lighting for, 514, 517n

north wing, 513-14, 516, 563

roof, 62, 514, 563

Senate chamber, 118-19, 513-14, 516

south wing, xliv, 500n, 501, 514-17, 563, 566

statement of expenditures on, 516

stone for, 284, 499, 500-1, 503-4, 517

stonework, 569

W. Thornton's plan of, 559-60, 563, 564-6

walls, 514-15

workmen, 514, 515, 569

Cardon, Anthony, xlv

Carey, Mathew

letter from cited, 625

Caritat, Louis Alexis Hocquet de

identified, 4-5n

letter from, 4-5

letter to, 18

sends prospectus to TJ, 4-5, 18

Carlos (Charles) IV, King of Spain

allows slave trade in Louisiana, 594n

orders retrocession of Louisiana, 7

Carmichael, William, 271n

Caroline (schooner), 206

Carpenter, Abraham, 68n

Carr, Mr., 546

Carr, Dabney (TJ's nephew), 248

Carr, Francis, 481, 482-3n

Carr, Peter (TJ's nephew)

health of, 248, 400

introduces J. Comegys, 400

and J. Thomson, 379

letter from, 400

Carr, Samuel (TJ's nephew), 248

carriages, 255

Carroll, Daniel (of Duddington), 231, 586, 587, 588n

Carter, Benjamin B.

identified, 147n

letter from, 145-7

seeks to revise charts of U.S. coast, 145-7

Cary, Robert, & Co., 97-8, 349-50

Cary, Wilson Jefferson, 324

Casa Calvo, Sebastián Calvo de la Puerta y O'Farill, Marqués de, 139n, 140, 581

Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.

letters from, forwarded to TJ, 84, 86n

letter to, 19

TJ orders groceries, wine from, 19, 166

Cathcart, James Leander, 352-3, 384, 386, 390

Cederström, Olaf Rudolf, 387, 392n

Celia (brig), 82, 83n

Ceracchi, Therese, 317

Cevallos (Ceballos) Guerra, Pedro, 148n

Chadbourn, Thomas, 579n

Chadwick, Ebenezer, 579n

Chamberlin, Reuben, 16

Chambers, Joseph, 126-7, 409

Chambertin, France, 36n

Chapman, Nathaniel (physician), 102-3

Chaptal, Jean Antoine, 526, 528

"Character of Thomas Jefferson" (Allan B. Magruder), 414n

Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, 20, 21

Charleston, S.C.

attorneys, 497-8

collector at, 455n

merchants, 425n

slave trade in, 401n

Charlotte, Queen of Great Britain, 565

Chas, Jean, 245

Chase, Jeremiah T., 235

Chase, Samuel

as circuit judge, 477n

impeachment of, 121n, 464-5n

Chastellux, Marie Joséphine Charlotte Brigitte Plunkett, Marquise de, 376

Cheetham, James

and A. Bishop, 122n

criticized for being a foreigner, 65, 67n

seeks printing contracts, 347

View of the Political Conduct of Aaron Burr, 151n

chemistry, 64n, 568n

Chesapeake (U.S. frigate), 50n

Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company, 61-2

Chesterfield, Lady. See Thistlethwaite, Anne

Chew, Richard, 16

Chicago, 491

Chickasawhay River, 109, 112n

childbirth. See women

children

abandoned, 28-9, 278, 280n

apprenticeships, 416-17

books for, xlix, 276 (illus.)

education of, 254, 324

illnesses, 279

military instruction for, 289-90

orphans, 257

See also Eppes, Francis Wayles (TJ's grandson); Eppes, Maria Jefferson (TJ's granddaughter); 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)

Childress, John, Jr., 95, 97n, 619, 620

China, 146, 147n, 210, 298

Choate, Thomas, 367, 488

Chouteau, Auguste, 356n, 458n

Chouteau, Pierre, 356n, 458n

Christianity

evangelicals, xlvii

universalism, 53n

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Religion; Jesus

chronometers, 146

Church, Angelica Schuyler, 383, 384

cider

Hughes crab apple, 370, 508

ordered by TJ, 370, 520, 630

Cimarron River, 55n

Cincinnati, Society of the, 86, 531, 532n

Citizen (schooner), 51n, 468

Claiborne, Elizabeth W. Lewis, 287

Claiborne, Ferdinand L., 469, 589

Claiborne, Richard

invents boat propulsion system, 484-5

letter from, 484-5

sends news of Miss. Terr. land office, politics, 484-5

Claiborne, William C. C.

appointed acting governor of Louisiana, 7

appointments by, 373n, 437, 439, 441n

correspondence read in Congress, 339-40, 483

and deserters in Louisiana, 584n

and discord between French and newcomers, 439, 440, 441n

establishes temporary court, 288, 471, 472, 473n

and J. Sibley, 88n

letter from cited, 543n, 625

letters from, 89-91, 286-8, 542-3, 581

opponents of, 470n, 542-3, 556

and postal service to New Orleans, 337, 555-6

praises Miss. Terr. militia, 483

reluctant to exercise executive authority, 581

requests leave of absence, 287

sends descriptions of Louisiana, New Orleans, 286-8, 581

sends news of affairs in Miss. Terr., 90

and slave trade in Louisiana, 593-4

and temporary government for Louisiana, viii, 222-3, 339-40, 543

and transfer of Louisiana to U.S., 7, 89-91, 139-40, 301-2, 469, 483, 491n

and withdrawal of Spanish troops, officials from Louisiana, 504, 505n, 581

Clamorgan, Jacques, 10n, 11n

Clark, Adrial

letter from, 116-17

seeks removal of collector, 116-17

Clark, Daniel

and discord between French and newcomers in Louisiana, 441n

provides information on Louisiana, 27n

and transfer of Louisiana to U.S., 140, 177

and W. Bache, 141

Clark, George Rogers, 241n, 414n

Clark, William, 7, 8, 137, 139, 270

See also Lewis and Clark expedition

Clark, William (Mass.), 95, 620

Clay, Joseph (Pa.)

letter from, 326-8

seeks appointment for M. Leib, 326-8

clerks

applications for appointment as, 414n

court, 423-4n

Clinton, DeWitt

introduces W. Cutting, 218

letter from cited, 625

letters from, 44-5, 218

letter to, 70-1

recommends aspirants for office, 44, 70, 382

sends news of N.Y. politics, 44-5

TJ sends news of Congress to, 70-1

Clinton, George

accused of criticizing TJ, 150-1, 214-15

advises on appointments, viii

appointments by, 226n

declines reelection as governor, 45, 318-19

letters from, 150-1, 318-19

letter to, 214-15

nominated for vice president, 546-7

as reference, 253

Clinton family, 218n, 346, 349n

Clinton River, 496

Clisby, William, 123n

clocks

Great Clock at Monticello, 357-8

cloth

duck, 466

clothing

ribbon, 630

servants', 630

stockings, 47

clover, 536, 562

Clyma, William P., 16

Coalter, John, 221

Coates, Moses

identified, 578n

letter from, 577-8

letter to, 613

recommends machines to TJ, 577-8, 613

Cobb, Howell, 15

Cochran, Robert (N.C.), 14

Cocke, John Hartwell, 520n

Cocke, Richard, 520n

Cocke, William, 13n, 547n

coffee, 210, 388

Coffin, Charles

identified, 108n

solicits donation from TJ, 108

TJ's notes on conversation with, 108

Coffin, George G., 386, 391-82n

Coffyn, Francis, 94, 95, 620

Cohagan, John

signs memorial on Alexandria collectorship, 576-7

Coleman, Samuel

letter from cited, 80n

recommended for office, 80

Coleman, Samuel (mariner), 567

Coles, Isaac A., 245

Coles, John, 245

Collection of All Such Acts of the General Assembly of Virginia, of a Public and Permanent Nature, As Are Now in Force (1803), 142, 179

Collins, Charles, Jr.

appointed collector, 238n, 538, 539n, 541, 545, 620, 625

Collot, Georges Henri Victor, 4-5, 18

Colter, Mr., 404

Columbia, Bank of (Georgetown), 615-16

Columbia College, 226n

Columbian Courier (New Bedford, Mass.), 336n

Columbus, Christopher, 198n

Comegys, John, 400

Commentary and Review of Montesquieu's Spirit of Laws (Antoine Louis Claude Destutt de Tracy), 521n

commerce. See United States: Economy

Compendious View of the Trial of Aaron Burr (William Thomson), 373n

Compton, William, 38n

Condit, John, 93n, 547n

Congress, U.S.

House of Representatives

bridge across the Potomac, 461n

contingent expenses, 216

and discontinuance of commissioners of loans, 60-1, 272, 273n

and duties on African slave importations, 401n

government of Louisiana, 164, 171, 246, 248, 339-40

House chamber, 499-500, 515, 516, 517n, 563

impeachment of J. Pickering, 464n

impressed seamen, 80n

and Ind. Terr., 87

and indemnification for captors of Moroccan cruisers, 83-4n

and Indian treaties, 43

and Jefferson College, 360

and land fraud in territories, 230-1, 570, 571n

letter to Speaker of, 303

messages to, 38-9, 43, 58-9, 82-4, 87, 216, 272, 301-2, 339-40, 488-9, 532-3, 570, 593-4

and the Mint, 272

and Morocco, 82-4

printing contracts, 132n

and public buildings in Washington, 532-3, 559, 560n, 565-6

and public lands near Detroit, 488-9, 497n

receives information on Louisiana, 58-9

and reduction of public expenses, 63n

and sinking fund, 401-2n

and slave trade, 593-4

transfer and occupation of Louisiana, 301-2, 303

and Twelfth Amendment, 103, 107, 244n

and Z. Cox's claim, 13-14n, 38-9

Legislation

commercial regulations at New Orleans, 475, 545n

compensation for public ministers, 509, 510n, 529, 530n

division, government of Louisiana, vii, 34-5n, 164, 410, 422n

and Indian affairs, 43, 128, 130n

and Jefferson College, 360

and Louisiana stock, 303-4, 313n

and the Mint, 266-7n

and Miss. Terr., 118n, 600-1

and Norfolk fire, 582n

and the President's House, xliv

protection of seamen, 212

and public buildings in Washington, xliv, 532-3

and sale of public lands, 43n, 73n

and slave trade, vii, 525

transfer and occupation of Louisiana, 6-7, 8n

and western exploration, 7, 163, 378

Senate

and boundaries of Louisiana, 148

and boundary convention with Great Britain, 283n, 293

contingent expenses, 216

and convention with Spain, 148-50

division, government of Louisiana, vii, 164, 171, 246, 248, 339-40, 422n

heating of Senate chamber, 118-19

impeachment of J. Pickering, 464-5n

impressed seamen, 80-2, 623

and Ind. Terr., 87

and indemnification for captors of Moroccan cruisers, 83

and Indian treaties, 43

injunction of secrecy, 149n

and land fraud in territories, 570

letter to President of, 339

and Logan Act, 149n

messages to, 14-17, 23-4, 43, 58-9, 80, 82-4, 87, 95-7, 148-50, 216, 272, 301-2, 339-40, 488-9, 532-3, 541, 570, 593-4

and the Mint, 272

and Morocco, 82-4

printing contracts, 131, 132n

and public buildings in Washington, 532-3

and public lands near Detroit, 488-9, 497n

receives information on Louisiana, 58-9

and relations with Spain, 148-50

resolution by, not found, 80n, 623

and second auditor for the Treasury, 614, 616n

Senate chamber, 118-19, 513-14, 516

sergeant at arms, 113-14n

and sinking fund, 401-2n

and slave trade, vii, 593-4

subscribes for engraving of New Orleans, 359n

and TJ's nominations, 6n, 14-17, 23-4, 26n, 28n, 36n, 41n, 95-7, 541, 619

transfer and occupation of Louisiana, 301-2

and Twelfth Amendment, 103, 107, 243-4

Connecticut

Falkner Island, 549n

Hartford Co., 490n

lighthouses, 548-9

Lynde Point, 549n

New London, 53n, 548-9

Saybrook, 467

Saybrook surveyorship, 92, 93n, 96, 490, 620

See also Federalists; Republicans

Conrad, Frederick

identified, 328n

letter from, 326-8

as reference, 445

seeks appointment for M. Leib, 326-8

Conrad, John, & Co. (Philadelphia)

letter from, 49

letter to, 71-2

sends Literary Magazine to TJ, 49, 71-2

conscientious objectors, 77-8, 229-30

Constellation (U.S. frigate), 387

Constitution (U.S. frigate), 356n

Constitutional Telegraphe (Boston), 48

Constitution of the United States

and Annapolis Convention, 184-5n

and copyright, 444

and duties on slave importations, 401n

foundation of good, moral government, 51-2

and offenses against federal laws, 342-3

and patents, 613

strict vs. broad construction of, 444

See also Twelfth Amendment

Convention of 1800, 148n, 209

Conway, Thomas B., 284, 500-1

Cook, Thomas, 425, 426-7n, 428n

Cooke, John (Va.), 500-1, 503-4

Cooper, Benjamin Brown, 117n

Cooper, Mahlon, 578n

Cooper, Thomas

convicted of libel, 465n

and J. Binns, 67n

letter from cited, 626

letters from, 411, 485-7

letter to, 537-8

recommends aspirants for office, 626

reports Priestley's death, 411, 485

sends observations on Malthus, politics, 485-7, 538

copper

coinage of, 272-3

copyright, 444

Coquimbo, Chile, 574, 575n

corn, 328, 476

Cornelius, William, 267-8

Cornwallis, Charles, Lord, 21n

Corny, Louis Dominique Ethis de, 383, 384

Corny, Marguerite Victoire de Palerne de

health of, 264, 383, 384

letter from, 382-4

TJ sends tea to, 264, 382, 383, 468n

values friendship, correspondence with TJ, 382-4

Cosway, Maria Hadfield, 565

Cosway, Richard, xlv

cotton, 89, 210, 466, 512n

Courts, U.S.

Circuit

District of Columbia, 23, 231-2, 236-8, 399n, 619

table of circuit court judges, 477n

District

New Hampshire, 579

Rhode Island, 425-8, 431n

Public Opinion

extent of judicial review, 486-7

impeachment of federal judges, 464-5, 579

Supreme Court

appointments to, 226n, 477, 488, 497-8

courts-martial, 44-5, 406-7, 594-7

Coward, Thomas, 512-13n, 512n

cowpox. See smallpox

Cox, Zachariah, 13-14, 38-9

Coxe, Charles D., 95

Coxe, John Redman, 145

Coxe, Tench

letter from, 98

recommends aspirants for office, 98

Coxe, William, Jr., 535

Cranch, William, 232, 309

Crane, Silas, 534n

Craven, John H., 536, 562

crime

arson, 169n

assault, 535-6, 562, 585n

bribery, 467, 548, 549n

contempt of court, 398-9

embezzlement, 455n

forgery, 620

fraud, 533-4, 602, 604

keeping a disorderly house, 236-8

riots, 336, 337, 342-5, 351

robbery, 494

theft, 231, 344, 345, 467

See also law; pardons; smuggling

Crocker, Mr., 344

Crowninshield, Jacob

and foreign cargoes covered by U.S. vessels, 202-3

letter from, 208

letter to, 202-3

remarks on American commerce, ix, 208-12

Crow Wing River, 194

Crozat, Antoine

Louisiana grant of, 277, 283n, 285, 292, 294-5, 313

Cruger, Catherine Church, 383, 384

Cruger, Eugene, 384n

Cuba, 211, 478-80

See also Havana, Cuba

Currahee Mountain, 29, 433

Curry, Robert, 578n

Curtis, William

Curtis's Botanical Magazine, xliii

Curtis's Botanical Magazine (William Curtis), xliii

Curwen, Joseph, 46, 47

Cushing, Thomas H., 45n, 460n

Cushing, William, 477n

Custis, George W. P.

and bridge across the Potomac, 460-1, 533

identified, 461n

letter from, 460-1

letter to, 533

Cutler, John (Md.), 56, 93, 96, 620

Cutler, Manasseh, 174n, 340n

Cutting, Gertrude Livingston, 226n

Cutting, William, 218, 225-6

Cutts, Richard

as committee member, 532n

letter from, 40-1

recommends aspirants for office, 40-1

Cuvier, Georges, 64n, 374

Cyropaedia (Xenophon), 324

Cyrus the Great (Persia), 324

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