Volume 42 Index

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Pace, Henry, 142n

Padouca River. See Kansas River

Page, Jesse

letter from, 69

seeks clemency for son, 69

Page, John

and boundary dispute with Md., 367n

and Burk's History of Virginia, 73n

letters from, 11-12, 79-80, 143-4, 233

letters to, 42-3, 164-5

and Louisiana Purchase, 42-3, 79

recommends aspirants for office, 80

reelected governor, 144n

and removal of condemned slaves from Va., 12, 164-5

and TJ's doctrines of Jesus, 12, 42, 43n, 79-80, 171

and TJ's message to Congress, 11-12

and Twelfth Amendment, 143-4, 233

Page, Margaret Lowther, 42, 80

Page, Shadrach, 69

Paine, Thomas, 334n, 492-3, 573

Painter, George, 535n

Palladio, Andrea, 564

Palmer, Sally

asks TJ for money, 371-2

letter from, 371-2

Pamphilon, Thomas, 512n

Pani River. See Platte River

Panton, Leslie & Co., 130n

Pantops (Eppes estate, Albemarle Co., Va.), xi, 47, 366, 446

Paolina (polacre), 389, 392n

Paradise Lost (John Milton), 223, 225n

Paraguay, 374

Parallèle de Bonaparte avec Charlemagne (Jean Chas), 245

pardons

granted by TJ, 232, 238, 525, 537, 583-4

petitions for, 125-6, 231-2, 236-8

Paris

commercial agent at, 543-4, 603, 604-5

publishing in, 5n

Paris, Treaty of (1763), 281, 295-6, 297, 314

Parker, Isaac, 95, 621n

Parker, Thomas, 477

Parry, Mr.

letter from cited, 626

Parshall, Israel B.

asks TJ for loan, 606-7

identified, 606-7n

letter from, 606-7

Passamaquoddy Bay, 40n

Pasteur, Thomas, 15

patents

apple paring machines, 577-8, 613

bedsteads, 22-3

dyeing, 324n

evaporation, 324n

preparation of oak bark, 310-11

sawmills, 577, 578n

straw, hay cutting machines, 578

tanning, 324n

Paterson, John, 252, 253

Paterson, William (N.J.), 226n, 477n

Patrick, Henry, 119

Patterson, John (Md.), 236n

Patterson, Robert, 568n

Patterson, William (Baltimore), 236n, 261, 340

Paul I, Emperor of Russia, 447, 451n

Payne, John, 119n

Payne, John Coles, 119-20

Payne, Mary Coles

identified, 119-20n

letter from, 119-20

seeks appointment for son, 119-20

Peace Treaty, Definitive (1783), 296-7

peaches, 195, 196, 198n

Peacock, Robert Ware, 561n

Peake, Humphrey

signs memorial on Alexandria collectorship, 576-7

Peale, Charles Willson

fossils sent to, 589

letters from, 553-5, 582-3

letters to, 560, 573-4, 612

museum, 553-4, 573

and polygraph, xi, 533n, 551, 553-5, 560, 573-4, 582-3, 612

promotion of mechanical arts, 554

Peale, Rembrandt, 554, 555n, 560

Peale, Rubens, 554

Pearl River, 433

Pearson, Ephraim, 17

Pearson, William, 535-6

pecans, 589

Pechin, William, & Co. (Baltimore), 506-7n

Pedersen, Peder, 26

Pendleton, Edmund, 248, 251n

Pennington, William S., 23, 619, 621n

Pennsylvania

courts, 486-7

Delaware Co., 328n

election of 1800 in, 68n

Hundred Dollar Act, 487n

Lancaster, 68n

land office, 474

legislature, 486-7

Montgomery Co., 328n

Northumberland, 67n

Supreme Court, 486-7

and Twelfth Amendment, 243, 307, 321

Vine Company, 466, 540

See also Federalists; Philadelphia; Republicans

Pennsylvania, University of, 64n, 239n, 328n

Pennsylvania Hospital, 239n

Perdido (Perdigo) River, 504, 544n

Perkins, Stephen

identified, 121n

letter from, 120-1

seeks appointment, 120-1

Perry, John

buys slave from TJ, 279n

letters from cited, 358n, 623, 624, 625

letters to cited, 623, 625

and Shadwell mills, 363

and timber for Monticello, 357

Perry, Oliver Hazard, 50

Perspective View of the Loss of the U.S. Frigate Philadelphia, xlviii-xlix, 276 (illus.)

Peter I (the Great), Emperor of Russia, 20, 21

Petry, Jean Baptiste, 549

Peyroux de la Coudrèniere, Henri, 137, 139n

Peyton, Craven

letters from, 92, 328-9, 476

letters to, 48-9, 291-2, 372, 545-6

and mill seat on Henderson lands, 92, 476, 545-6

payments to, 48-9, 142, 179, 291-2, 328-9, 372, 546

purchases land for TJ, 92, 292, 476

wagon of, 174

Peyton, Francis

signs memorial on Alexandria collectorship, 576-7

Pharmacopœia of the United States of America, 239n

Phelps, Oliver

identified, 408n

letter from, 408

recommends aspirants for office, 408

and sulfur springs, 227-8

Philadelphia

almshouse, 239n

Baptists in, xlvii-xlviii, 276 (illus.)

boarding houses, 256-7

booksellers, 568n

cabinetmakers, 23n

collector at, 455n

druggists, 324n

education in, 242

Irish in, 584-6

merchants, 85n

militia, 205

naval officer at, 225

pharmacies, 64n

physicians, 85n, 239n

post office, 205

Presbyterians in, 205

printers, 568n

publishers, 49n

revenue cutter, 72n

smallpox vaccination in, 145

St. Patrick's Society, 584-6, 612-13

surveyor at, 225, 445-6

ward committees seek removal of Federalists, 585n

yellow fever, 24, 25n, 431

Philadelphia (U.S. frigate)

burned by U.S., 2, 356n

captured by Tripoli, xlviii-xlix, 196, 198-9, 276 (illus.), 396

and capture of the Mirboka, 83n

negotiations for release of crew, xlviii, 354, 355, 396-7, 398n

surgeon on, 391n, 392n

Philadelphia Anabaptist Immersion during a Storm, xlvii-xlviii, 276 (illus.)

Philadelphia College of Physicians, 239n

Philadelphia Dispensary, 239n

Philadelphia Gazette, 42n

Phillips, Robert

letter from cited, 623

letter to cited, 624

Philosophical Magazine (London), 375n

Physical Investigations & Deductions, From Medical and Surgical Facts (William Barnwell), 452, 453n

physiognotrace, xlv-xlvi, 443n

Pichegru, Jean Charles, 550n

Pichon, Alexandrine Émilie Brongniart, 154, 235

Pichon, Louis André

invited to dine with TJ, 235-6

and Jerome Bonaparte, 235-6

letter to, 235-6

and Louisiana stock, 260, 311-13, 328

and Merry controversy, xi, 154, 332

moves from Georgetown to Washington, 615, 616n

Pickens, Andrew, 112n

Pickering, Danby

Statutes at Large from the Magna Charta, 599

Pickering, John

impeachment of, 121n, 464-5, 579

Pickering, Timothy

criticism of, 253

letters from, 277, 292-3, 293, 313-15

letters to, 251-2, 271-2, 285, 292, 317

and Louisiana Purchase, 8n

and Merry controversy, 155

and northern boundary of Louisiana, 251-2, 271-2, 277, 285, 292-301, 313-15, 317

opposes Twelfth Amendment, 243-4

supports Eaton, 392n, 407n

and Z. Cox, 38-9n

Pike, Zebulon Montgomery, 55n

Pinckney, Charles, 148-9, 248, 251n

Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth, 498n

Pinckney family, 459

Pine, Mary, 171

Pine, Robert Edge, 171n

Pintard, John M., 338n

Pio, Louis (Chevalier de Pio)

friendship with TJ, 377-8

letter to, 377-8

Plan for the Ladies Fund, in the United States of America, for the Relief of Those Afflicted with Cancers (James Houston), 405n, 444n

Plaquemine, Fort, 491

Platte River, 7, 8n, 164, 375, 378

Pleasants, Samuel, 142n

Plessis-Piquet, France, 447, 450

plows

Beverstone, 79

TJ's moldboard, 78-9

Plumer, William, 8n, 149n, 464-5n

plums

seeds, cuttings, sent to TJ, 195, 196, 198n, 353, 354, 507

varieties of, 198n, 507, 508n

Pointe Coupee, 473n

Poirey, Joseph Léonard

claim against the U.S., 86-7

letter from, 86-7

Political, Commercial and Moral Reflections, on the Late Cession of Louisiana (Allan B. Magruder), 413-14, 458

Polk, William (Md.), 56n

Polygnotus, 20, 21

polygraphs

Brunel's, 560, 582, 612

modifications to, xlix, 551-2, 554-5, 560, 573, 582

pens for, 553, 573, 583

TJ commences use of, xi, 532-3n

Pontchartrain, Lake, 296, 475, 504

Pope, Edward, 557

Poplar Forest (TJ's estate), 269, 413n, 418

Portas, Louis, 416, 417

Port-au-Prince (Port Républicain), Saint-Domingue, 123n

Porter, John

letter from, 98

recommends aspirants for office, 98

Portsmouth, N.H.

bills of mortality for, 459

Portsmouth, Virginia, Baptist Society

letter to, 321-2

thanked by TJ, 321-2

Portugal

relations with U.S., 332

postal service

establishment of post roads, routes, 29, 337, 410

postmasters, 337, 338n, 615, 616n

salaries and compensations, 615

schedules, efficiency of, 365, 410, 555-6

See also Granger, Gideon

Potocki, Count Jan

Dynasties du second livre de Manethon, 353-55, 356n

Histoire primitive des peuples de la Russie, 354, 355, 356n

Potomac River

bridges, 460-1, 533

ice in, 381

Potomac River Company, 44n

Potter, Samuel J.

and discontent in R.I., 524

identified, 122n

letter from, 121-2

recommends aspirants for office, 121-2

and Twelfth Amendment, 612n

Powell, Emma, 423n

Powell, James, 455n

Powell, James (N.Y.)

identified, 423n

letter from, 422-3

letter to cited, 423n, 626

seeks information on father's family, 422-3

Powell, Joseph, 422-3

Powell, Joseph, Jr., 423n

Powell, Martha, 422

Powell, Peggy, 422

Powell, Thomas, 422-3

Powell, Thomas (brother of James), 423n

Poyntell, William, 24-5

Preble, Edward

attack on Tripoli, xlviii

captures Tripolitan cruiser, 354, 355, 356n, 396

commander of Mediterranean squadron, 152, 196, 198

and crew of the Philadelphia, 396, 398n

and negotiations with Morocco, 75n, 76, 83

pregnancy. See women

Prentis, William

and Burk's History of Virginia, 72-3

letter to, 72-3

Presbyterians, 108n, 205, 506n

President's House

accounts of expenditures on, 516

appropriations for, xliv

dinners hosted by TJ at, 122, 154, 171n

floor plan, xliv, 276 (illus.)

furniture, xlvi, 629

groceries, supplies for, xlvi-xlvii, 628-31

Hoban's plan of, 563

ice house, 629

New Year's Day celebrations at, 157, 171-2, 331-2

removal of earth in vicinity of, 566

repairs to, xliv, xlix, 499, 504, 515-16

servants at, xlvi-xlvii, 630

slaves at, xlvi-xlvii

stable and household accounts, xlvi-xlvii, 276 (illus.), 628-31

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

Price, Chandler, 539n

Price, Isaac, 256, 257n

Price, John

letter from, 124-5

seeks removal of collector, 124-5

Price, Joseph, 267-8, 480

Priestley, Joseph

analyzes sulfur spring, 206-7, 228

and Binns, 67n

death of, 411, 485, 537-8

Doctrine of Phlogiston Established, 101, 102n, 145, 368

Doctrines of Heathen Philosophy, 368, 369n, 538

and G. Logan, 394

Harmony of the Evangelists, 102, 368

health of, 24, 101, 145, 171

letter from, 101-2

letter to, 368-70

Letter to the Reverend John Blair Linn, A. M., 25n

"Observations and Experiments," 24, 25n

Second Letter to the Revd. John Blair Linn, 24, 25n, 101, 102n, 145, 368

sends writings to TJ, 101-2

Socrates and Jesus Compared, 101, 102n, 171

TJ discusses religion, politics with, 368-70

Priestley, Joseph, Jr., 368

Prince, Isaac, 26, 95, 620

Prince, James, Sr., 26

Princeton, battle of, 173n

Pringle, John Julius, 477, 497, 498n

printing, 324n

privateers

French, 4n, 148n

prizes, naval

French Council of Prizes, 124n

Procter, Thomas

letter from, 98

recommends aspirants for office, 98

prostitution, 45n

Prout, William, 561n

Prussia, 332

Puckshunubbee (Choctaw Indian)

letter to, 127-31

meets with TJ, 108-12, 127-31

speech by, 108-12

Pulteney, Sir William, 229n

Purdy, Robert, 15

Purviance, Robert

forwards letter, package to TJ, 567

letter from, 567

and vessel to carry Louisiana stock, 337n

Putnam, Henry

removal of, viii, 69n, 367-8, 456, 466-8, 487-8

TJ's notes on case of, 466-8

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