Volume 42 Index

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W

Wade, John, 427n

Wadsworth, Charles, 386, 391-2n

Wagner, Jacob

forwards annual report on the Mint, 266n

letter from, 94-5

letter from cited, 266n

and "salt mountain," 55n

sends list of consular appointments to TJ, 94-5

Wales, 422, 457n

Walker, James (millwright)

letter to, 363

and Shadwell mills, 363, 613n

Walker, John Peter, 626

Wallace, James Westwood, 452, 453n

Wallace, William, 400n

Wallington, Capt., 212

Walters, Mr. (mariner), 466

Walton, Matthew

identified, 186n

letter from, 185-6

recommends aspirants for office, 185-6

Wanscher, Marten (Martin)

hired as plasterer at Monticello, 64

letter to, 64

letter to cited, 627

TJ forwards letter to, 64

War, U.S. Department of

alcoholism in military, 69

compassionate discharges from army, 361-3, 432-3, 460

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

desertion, 69, 77, 583-4

forts, posts, 306n

medical department, 5, 16, 28, 491-2

recruitment, 361-2, 432

regiments of artillery, 5-6, 15, 28, 96

regiments of infantry, 5, 13, 15-16, 28, 96, 597n

regulation of hair length by, 594-7

soldiers compared to slaves, 362

spirit rations in army, 491-2

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

Ward, Robert

Enquiry into the Foundation and History of the Law of Nations in Europe, 599

Wardlaw, William

letter from cited, 418n, 624

letter to cited, 418-19n, 626

payments by, 418, 419n

Warfield, Henry, 235

Warner, Augustine, 617

Warner, Gideon, 5, 16

Warner, John, 518, 519n

War of 1812, 593n

War of Spanish Succession, 294

Warren, Henry, 336n, 337

Warren, Joseph, 21n

Washington, Bushrod, 477n

Washington, D.C.

banks, 105n, 588

bridges, 460-1, 533

building regulations in, 199-200, 398-9, 561

Capitol Hill, 499

crops, livestock raised in, 502-3

gardens, 174n

Hamburg, 533

hotels, boardinghouses, 122n, 330n

jail, 398

justices of the peace, 626

lack of society in, 174n

markets, 398

militia, 330n

obstruction of streets in, 502-3

Pennsylvania Ave., 499

petition from inhabitants of, 561

plan for national university in, 461

public buildings, xliv, 513-17, 532-3

snow storms in, 329

streets and roads in, 502-3

surveyors, 586, 587

Washington Navy Yard, 626

See also Capitol, U.S.; District of Columbia; President's House

Washington, George

appointments by, 307n, 436

biographies of, 315

and Buchan, 245-6, 399, 400n

calls for impeachment of, 84n

children named after, 253

and Choctaws, 112n

and design of U.S. Capitol, 563, 567n

and diplomatic protocol, 154, 155

and District of Columbia, 200n, 561, 563

eulogies on, 265

family of, 120n, 461n

and Hanstein claim, 412n

monuments to, 400n

and Poirey, 86, 87n

portraits of, 19, 20, 21n

as reference, 309

relationship with J. Adams, 347-8

treated for cancer, 405n

Washington, George Steptoe, 120n

Washington, Lucy Payne, 119, 120n

Washington City Hotel, 122n

Washington Federalist

and Merry controversy, 156-7, 162-3, 334n

sued for libel, 368n

Washington Republican (Washington, Miss. Terr.), 91n

Waterhouse, Benjamin, 55n

Waties, Thomas, 497, 498n

Watson, John (surgeon's mate), 5, 16

Watson, William (N.J.), 534n

Wayles, John (TJ's father-in-law), 98n

Wayne, Anthony, 392n

weather

ice, 611

meteorological observations, 359, 360n

snow, 329, 446, 603, 605

wind, 611

Webb, William (Bath, Me.), 92, 93n, 96, 621n

Webley, Benjamin, 367, 488

Webster, Noah, 76n

Webster-Ashburton Treaty, 285n

Welch (Welsh), Wakelin, Jr., 97, 98n, 349-50, 608

Wells, William H., 8n

Wendell, Oliver, 115

West, Cato

identified, 470n

letter from, 469-70

seeks reimbursement for provisions, 469-70

West Indies

admiralty courts in, 209

slavery in, 473n

trade with, 209, 608

U.S. consuls in, 26

U.S. vessels captured, looted in, 122-4, 208-9, 609, 610n

whaling in, 122-3

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

Weston, Isaiah, 557n

whaling, 122-4

Wheaton, Mr., 377

Wheeler, Jeremiah, 38n

Whetcroft, Burton, 235

Whipple, John, 15

Whipple, Joseph, 579n

White, Levi, 626

White, Samuel, 8n, 149n

White, Bishop William, 424, 425n

Whitely, William, 512n

Wichelhausen, Frederick Jacob, 94, 95n

Widow's Son (schooner), 589

Wilkinson, Benjamin, 16

Wilkinson, James

and Butler court-martial, 594, 597n

departure from New Orleans, 581

and discord between French and newcomers in Louisiana, 441n

and Indian treaty negotiations, 110, 111, 112n

recommends aspirants for office, 127n

source of information about west, 10n

and Tenn. militia, 498

and transfer of Louisiana to U.S., 89-91, 139-40, 152, 184, 301-2, 469-70, 490-1

and Z. Cox, 38n

Wilkinson, James B., 15

Wilkinson, Stephen, 411-12

Willard, Prentiss, 6

William and Mary, College of

alumni, 495n

faculty, 366, 367n, 539

Williams, David, 245

Williams, Elisha O., 569

Williams, Helen Maria, 5n

Williams, Nathan, 255-6n

Williams, Robert

appointed governor of Miss. Terr., 470n

and board of land commissioners, 73, 230-1n, 288, 484, 485, 555

travels to Washington, D.C., 484, 542, 543, 555, 556, 581, 589, 600

Williams, Thomas (N.C.), 93, 96

Williamson, Charles, 176, 207, 228, 229n

Williamson, Samuel, 5, 16

Willing, Thomas, 104, 105n, 106

Willis, John (Md.), 511-13, 522, 538, 541, 620

Willis, Philemon, 511n, 512n

Willis, William, 95

Wilmington, N.C.

collector at, 88

fortifications at, 305-6

merchants, 365n

Wilson, Bryan, 628

Wilson, Henry, 36, 94, 95, 620

Wilson, Richard, 200

wine

burgundy, 36n

Cahuzac, 269, 310

champagne, 340, 381, 520, 627

Dufour's vineyards, 416-18

duties on, 233

freight on, 232-3

Hermitage (white), 19

increasing popularity of French wine, 381

Madeira, 340-1, 381, 627

Montepulciano, 317

ordered by TJ, 19, 167, 181-2, 215, 232-3, 269, 317, 340-1, 350-1, 381, 456, 520, 627

prices, 340

sherry, 167, 181-2, 206, 215, 232-3, 456

sherry (pale), 350-1

Termo, 181, 206, 215, 232-3, 456

vine companies, 466, 540

Wingate, William

letter from, 480-3

seeks appointment, 480-3

Winner, Joseph, 117n, 124-5

Winnipeg, Lake, 194

Winnipeg River, 194

Winslow, Edward, 200

Wirt, William, 495n

Wise, Mr. (penmaker), 553, 555n

Wistar, Caspar

forwards items for R. R. Livingston, 182

forwards pamphlet to TJ, 506-7

introduces Benger, 310-11

letters from, 12-13, 182, 310-11

letter to, 506-7

medical students of, 64n

prepares M. Lewis for expedition, 6, 8n

and Priestley, 24

recommends aspirants for office, 12-13, 452

Wiswall, Oliver, 437n

Wiswall, Samuel, 437n

Witherspoon, John (Tenn.), 469

Wolcott, Alexander, 490n

Wolcott, George

appointed surveyor at Saybrook, 92, 93n, 96, 490, 620

identified, 490n

letter from, 490

Wolcott, Oliver, Jr., 430

Wolf, Captain, 411

Wollstonecraft, Charles, 44-5, 70

Wollstonecraft, Mary, 45n

women

abandoned, 28-9, 50

ask TJ for money, 57-8

and diplomatic etiquette, 154-5

education of, 171n, 254

keep boarding houses, 256-7, 531-2

nursing, 611

pregnancy, childbirth, xi, 47, 48n, 171, 248, 278-9, 329-30, 442, 443n, 547-8, 611

prostitution, 45n

seamstresses, 531

shopkeepers, 57

widows, widowhood, 57-8, 120n, 171n, 174n, 256-7, 371-2, 416-18, 531-2

Wood, Francis, 599n

letter from cited, 599n, 624

Wood, Joseph, xlv

Wood, William (N.J.), 535n

Woodbridge, John

asks TJ for money, 610-11

letter from, 610-11

Woodward, Park

identified, 53-4n

letter from, 51-4

pamphlets, 53n

urges emancipation of slaves in U.S., 51-4

Woodward, William W.

identified, 568n

letter from, 567-8

sends book subscriptions to TJ, 567-8

Wooldridge, William H., 15

Worth, David, 123n

Worthington, Thomas

letter from, 311

and Twelfth Amendment, 311

and Z. Biggs, 572n

Worthington, William, 561n

Wren, James, 611

Wright, Robert, 34n, 103, 512n

Wylly, Alexander, 367

Wylly, Richard, 367

Wynne, Joshua, 14n

Wynns, Thomas, 93n

Wythe, George, 617-18n

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