Volume 43 Index

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Cabanis, Pierre Jean Georges

Coup d’oeil sur les révolutions et sur la réforme de la médicine, 332-3, 334

health of, 332-3, 334

Cadoudal, Georges, 333, 334

Cadron, Étienne, 455n

Cagliari, 600

Calcutta, x, 405-8

Calhoun, John C., 232n

Calhoun, Joseph, 416

California, 482n, 557n

Calvit, Thomas, 608

Cambrian (British frigate), 635

Camden, N.C., 585, 594

Campbell, Arthur, 686

Campbell, Edward

letter from cited, 693

Campbell, Edward R., 658

Campbell, George W.

identified, 55-6n

letter from cited, 691

letters from, 55-6, 107-8

recommends aspirants for office, 55-6, 107-8, 683, 691

Campbell, Hugh G., 268n

Campbell, James (jailer), 153n

Canada

Acadia, 61, 62

boundaries, 26, 31n

duties on imports from, 250, 251n, 324

immigrants from, 61, 62, 410

Canandaigua, N.Y., 34n

Canary Islands, 176n

cannon

brass, 558-9

Cape Girardeau, 413, 414, 453n

Cap-Français, Haiti, 174n, 299, 300, 449

Capitol, U.S.

alterations to plan of, viii, xliv-xlv, 131-7, 150, 187-8, 335-41, 664-5

appropriations for, 131, 136n, 146, 150

columns, 131-5, 146, 187, 336-7, 340n

committee rooms, 665

demolition of portions of, 337-9, 340n

entablature, 133, 135, 146

gallery, 131, 337

heating of, 131-2, 134

House chamber, xliv, 134, 150, 187, 337-9, 340n

lighting for, 132-3, 135

lobby, 337

materials for, 146, 150-1, 338

north wing, 133, 146, 335

offices in, xlv, 132, 337

privies, 133

roof, 135, 146, 336

schedule of work for, 146, 339

Senate chamber, 187

south wing, xliv-xlv, 131-7, 146, 150, 187, 335-9, 340n, 406 (illus.)

staircases, 132, 187, 336

statement of expenditures on, 675-6

W. Thornton’s plan of, 131, 340, 664

walls, 131, 134, 146, 335-6, 339

windows, 133, 135

workmen, 338-9

See also Library of Congress

Caracas, 398, 399, 479, 480

Carey, Mathew, 426n

Carleton, Joseph, 264n

Carleton, William, 147, 148n

Carlos (Charles) IV, King of Spain, 302, 304n

Carmichael, John F., 528, 593, 618

Carondelet, Francisco Luis Hector, Baron de, 61, 62, 634n

Carpenter, Thomas

account with TJ, 143-4

payments to, 144, 185

Carr, Dabney (TJ’s nephew)

and C. Peyton’s bill in chancery, 346, 371n, 572

letter from, 457-8

letter from cited, 694

letters to cited, 468n, 693

letter to, 476

and TJ’s legal action against R. Johnson, 457-8, 468n, 472n, 476

Carr, Francis, 75-6

Carr, Garland, 40

Carr, Overton

death of, 110n

letter from, 109-10

recommends son for navy, 109-10

Carr, Overton, Jr., 109-10

Carré, John Thomas, 164n

Carriere, Marguerite, 298

Carrigain, Philip, Jr.

identified, 355n

letter from, 354-5

seeks appointment, 354-5

Carrington, Paul, Jr., 469n

Carroll, Daniel (of Duddington), 178, 462

Cartagena, Colombia, 479, 480

Carter, Benjamin B., 685

Casa Calvo, Sebastián Calvo de la Puerta y O’Farill, Marqués de

and Ciriaco Cevallos, 555, 556

informs Claiborne of news from Spain, 176n

and Morales, 305n

payments to Wilkinson, 634n

and Pedesclaux, 321n

and W. Fla., 656n

Casey, Levi, 416, 525n, 686

Casiquiare River, 479, 480

Caspian Sea, 155

Cassin, John, 63n, 268n, 602, 603n

Castlereagh, Robert Stewart, second Viscount, 28

Castor (TJ’s horse), 427-8

Catalano, Salvador, 47, 48n

Cathalan, Eulalie (S. Cathalan, Jr.’s daughter), 307

Cathalan, Marie Hugues (Mrs. Stephen Cathalan, Sr.), 307

Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.

letter from, 306-8

letter to, 69-70

and olive trees for J. Couper, 69-70

recommends Olivier, 307, 308n

seeks U.S. citizenship, 307

TJ orders groceries, wine from, 306-8

Cathalan, Stephen, Sr., 307

Cathcart, James Leander, xlviii, 63n, 83, 90, 277, 494n, 650-1, 652n

Cathcart, Jane Bancker Woodside, 652n

Catholic Church

criticism of, 87

in Italy, 87

in New Orleans, 356n, 592-3

See also Ursuline Nuns of New Orleans

Catlett, Hanson, 79, 82

Catlett, Kemp, 367

Catorce, 555, 557

Caucasus Mountains, 155

Cavanilles, Antonio José, 402

Cazenove, Anthony Charles, 128n

Cecil, James, first Marquess of Salisbury, 28

Centreville, Va., xlvi, 90, 111, 125

Ceracchi, Giuseppe, 20, 22n

Ceracchi, Therese, 19-20, 22n

Cevallos (Ceballos), Ciriaco, 555, 556

Cevallos (Ceballos) Guerra, Pedro, 302, 304n, 402

Chalmers, David

letter from cited, 692

Chamberlin, Reuben, 79, 81

Chambers, Joseph, 182, 274, 513n, 585

Champlain, Lake, 212n, 410

Chance (brig), 603n, 643n

Chapman, Charles T., 105, 106n

Chapman, Nathaniel (physician)

identified, 542n

letter from, 541-2

letter to, 574

sends book to TJ, 541-2

thanked by TJ, 574

Chappe d’Auteroche, Jean Baptiste, 478, 480, 482n

Chaptal, Jean Antoine, 479, 481

Charcas, 555, 557

Charity Chapel, Va., 125

Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, 154, 158n

Charles Felix, duke of Genevois, 418, 420, 421n

Charleston, S.C.

climate of, 28

French instructors in, 129n

gunboats for, 602, 612

marine hospital, 586

merchants, 36n, 316n

naval officer, 316n

Charlottesville, Va., 251, 465

Charlton, Thomas U. P., 99, 683

Chase, Samuel

impeachment of, 196, 580, 638n

Chatham Co., 403n

Chattahoochee River, 350

Chaudron, Simon, 13

Chauncey, Isaac, 456-7

Cheesborough, William E.

letter from cited, 693

seeks appointment, 692-3

cheese

exports of, from Batavian Republic, 209, 210n

Cheetham, James

and divisions among N.Y. Republicans, 201-2, 203n

pays newspaper subscriptions for TJ, 147, 148n

reports violations of Logan Act, 643n

and Vacher, 155, 158n

chemistry, 334-5, 645-6

Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company, 335, 340

Chesapeake Bay, 330n

Chickasaw Bluffs, 453n

Chickasawhay River, 348

childbirth. See women

children

education of, 298n, 582-3

illnesses, 582

in military, 404-8

orphans, 297, 534

spoiled, 53

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)

Chimborazo, 479, 481, 509

China, 156

Chipman, Nathaniel

Sketches, 7

Chisholm, John D., 589-90, 595

Chol, Mr., 563n

Chouteau, Auguste, 451

Chouteau, Auguste Pierre, 440, 442n, 501

Chouteau, Pierre

accompanies Osage delegation, 453n, 670n

appointment of son to military academy, 440, 442n, 500-1

garden of, 101-2

sends specimens, curiosities to TJ, 450, 453n

Christianity

criticism of Christians, 19

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Religion; Jesus

cider

bottling, storage of, 265, 266, 269

manufacture of, 547

Newark, 152, 231, 266n

ordered by TJ, 152, 231, 265, 266, 269

price of, 231n

cinchona (Peruvian bark), 479, 481, 509

Cincinnati, Ohio

land office, 107n

Cincinnati, Society of the, 495n

ciphers, 190

Citizen (schooner), 469

Citoyenne (schooner), 299, 300

City Bank of New York, 179n

City Militia (New Orleans), 356

Claiborne, Elizabeth W. Lewis, 460-1, 592

Claiborne, Ferdinand L., 123, 296, 685

Claiborne, William C. C.

advises on appointments, 253, 505-6, 528

appointments by, 321, 324n

authority as acting governor, 214-15, 216-17n

and B. Tupper, 303-4n, 570n

and Baudin’s case, 45-6, 254, 346-8

candidate for office in Louisiana, 683

commercial regulations in Louisiana, New Orleans, 239, 241n, 304n

communications with TJ miscarry, 506

correspondence with secretary of state, 176-7n, 302, 303-4n

criticism of, 176n, 232

and DeLacy’s case, 473, 474n

establishes temporary court, 177n, 320, 346-7

family of, 57n, 287n, 460-1

and George Davis, 310

and Girod & Chol, 561, 563, 655-6

and Indian affairs, 543, 655-6

issues ordinances, 303n

and Lafayette’s land grant, 138-9, 140, 141, 356, 460-1, 504, 661-3

and land fraud, speculation in Louisiana, 176n

and land fraud in Miss. Terr., 305n

letters from, 239-41, 320-1, 346-8, 356-7, 460-1, 504-6, 529-31, 592-3, 655-6

letters to, 45-6, 138-9, 253-4

letter to cited, 46n, 690

and Louisiana Bank, 214-17, 253-4, 255, 259, 302, 303n, 529-31

and Louisiana boundaries, 190, 191n

and opposition to U.S. governance, 240, 241n

and Pedesclaux’s petition, 320-1, 323-4n

popularity of, 232

and postal service to New Orleans, 304n

presents flags to city militia, 356-7

as reference, 129

reluctant to exercise executive authority, 529

salary and compensation for, 189

sends news, observations of Louisiana, New Orleans, 239-41, 504-6

sends sugar to TJ, 289

and slave trade in Louisiana, 177n, 239-40, 303-4n, 505

and Spanish duties on U.S. exports at Mobile, 213n

suspicions of Wilkinson, 634n

and temporary government for Louisiana, 176n, 505

and transfer of Louisiana to U.S., 176n

and Ursuline Nuns, 298n, 592-3

and W. Fla., 656

and withdrawal of French, Spanish from Louisiana, 176n, 239, 304n, 305n

Clark, Daniel, 216n, 232, 634n

Clark, Thomas (surveyor), 685, 688n

Clark, William

appointed second lieutenant, 79, 82

letter from, 450-3

sends specimens, curiosities to TJ, 450-3

See also Lewis and Clark expedition

Claude, Dennis, 79, 113

Claxton, Thomas, 338

Clay, Henry, 57n

Clay, John, 56-7, 686

Clay, Joseph (Pa.)

letter from, 447-8

recommends aspirants for office, 447-8

Clay, Joseph, Jr. (Ga.), 403n

Clay, Matthew, 8n

clerks

applications for appointment as, 18

Navy Department, 173-4n, 193-4

salaries and compensation, 173-4n, 193-4, 519

Treasury Department, 5

Clinton, Cornelia Tappen (Mrs. George Clinton), 405, 408n

Clinton, DeWitt, 635n, 642-3

Clinton, George

letter from, 397

letter from cited, 179n, 692

and Margaret Mitchell, 405, 408n

political faction led by, 211-12n, 630

recommends aspirants for office, 179n, 687, 692

reports on N.Y. election, 397

Clinton, Mr., 683

cloth

corduroy, 143, 144

crape, 143

duck, 678

fustian, 143

lace, 143

price of, 143

satinet, 144

clothing

breeches, 143, 144

collars, 144

drawers, 143

pantaloons, 143

price of, 143-4

servants’, 143

sherryvallies, 144

slaves’, 144

surtouts, 144

waistcoats, 143

Clouet, Louis Brognier de

letter from cited, 692

clover, 6, 291, 695

Clyma, William P., 79, 81

Coahuila, 555, 556, 573, 574n

Coalter, John, 686

Coatzacoalcos, 555, 556

Cobbett, William, 332, 334

Cochran, Samuel, 17n

Cocke, William

letters from, 55-6, 95, 107-8

recommends aspirants for office, 55-6, 95, 107-8, 683

Coffin, Daniel, 222, 519n, 581

Coffin, Isaac

advises on Nantucket collectorship, 221-2, 518-19, 581

letters from, 221-2, 581

Coffin, Micajah, 519n

coins

half Johannes, 308

moidores, 308

Colbert, Mary (b. 1801; TJ’s slave), 260n

Colbert, Melinda. See Freeman, Melinda Colbert

Coleman, William, 148n, 602, 612

Coles, Isaac, 685, 688n

Coles, Isaac A., 398n

Coles, John

exchanges plank for nails with TJ, 397-8

identified, 397-8n

letter from, 397-8

Coles, Rebecca Elizabeth Tucker, 398n

Collin, Nicholas

accompanies Humboldt to Washington, 508, 531

invited to dine with TJ, 531

letter to, 531

Collins, Abraham, 614, 615n

Collins, Minton, 222-3

Collot, Georges Henri Victor, xlix

Colombia, 478-82

Colorado River, 555, 556

Columbia, Bank of (Georgetown), 185

Columbia River, 295

Colvin, John B., 148

Commercial Advertiser (New York), 203n

Company of the Indies, 298n

Concord, N.H., 355n

Condit, John

letter from, 152

letter to, 231

recommends aspirants for office, 549n

TJ orders cider from, 152, 231

Condorcet, Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas de Caritat, Marquis de, 200n

Congdon, James

letter from cited, 693

Congress (U.S. frigate), 63-4n, 231, 508, 514n

Congress, U.S.

House of Representatives

and capture of the Philadelphia, 63-4

collection of taxes, 357, 358n

confidential report on New Orleans and Floridas, 191, 192n

convening of next session, 67n

correction of enrolled bill, 25

division, government of Louisiana, 46, 99-100

division of Indiana Terr., 270n

and E. Stevens claim, 174n

encouragement of manufacturing, 341-2n

House chamber, xliv, 134, 150, 187, 337-9, 340n

impeachment of S. Chase, 196n

and indemnification for captors of Moroccan cruisers, 25

and land grant for Lafayette, 139

and Marines, 114n

messages to, 25, 63-4, 73

and militia returns, 73

post road to New Orleans, 198

and public buildings in Washington, 131, 136n, 150, 151n

and slavery, 108n

and W. A. Barron’s memorial, 197n

and western exploration, 73, 74n, 424, 425n, 433-4

Legislation

arming merchant vessels, 544-6

and Bank of the United States, 214, 215, 216n, 253, 254n, 255, 259, 302

and Barbary States, 277, 514-15

collection laws, 636, 637, 638n

commercial regulations in Louisiana, New Orleans, 97n, 239, 241n, 304n

convening of next session, 67n

division, government of Louisiana, 12, 99-100, 118, 120n, 145, 682

establishment of land offices, 513n

establishment of Mediterranean Fund, 64n, 612

and establishment of Mobile customs district, 23n, 122, 513-14

foreign intercourse fund, 116-20, 167-8, 275, 277-8, 286n, 569-70

fugitives from justice, 623-4, 626

and indemnification for captors of Moroccan cruisers, 25

land grant for Lafayette, 138-9, 140

land titles in Louisiana, 184n

and lighthouses, 512n

and militia returns, 57-8n

and Miss. Terr., 97n, 428, 434n

and navy appropriations, 64n

and Norfolk fire, 357, 358n

payment of departmental clerks, 173-4n

and public buildings in Washington, 146, 150

and sale of public lands, 70, 71n, 120, 121, 122n

trade with France and colonies, 175n

and western exploration, 11-12, 74n, 139n, 149, 161, 242, 309, 331, 471-2, 682

Public Opinion

calls to reduce number of representatives, 261-2

Senate

and boundary convention with Great Britain, 26

and capture of the Philadelphia, 63-4

convening of next session, 67

correction of enrolled bill, 25

division, government of Louisiana, 46, 99-100

division of Indiana Terr., 270n

and E. Stevens claim, 174n, 578n

encouragement of manufacturing, 341-2n

impressed seamen, 26, 31n

and land grant for Lafayette, 139

and Marines, 114n

messages to, 63-4, 71-2, 73, 81-2, 113-14

and militia returns, 73

post road to New Orleans, 198

and public buildings in Washington, 131, 136n

removal of seat of government to Baltimore, 74, 75n

and TJ’s nominations, 71-2, 81-2, 113-14, 243, 507n, 679

and W. A. Barron’s memorial, 197n

Connecticut

American Revolution in, 97-8, 503

commissioner of loans, 504

cotton manufacturing, 621, 622n

elections in, 313, 315n

Fairfield Co., 313, 315n

free blacks in, 97-8

Groton, 503

legislature, 315n

Methodists in, 98n

Milford, 622n

Moosup, 98n

newspapers, 147, 148n

sick and disabled seamen in, 585, 594

Sterling, 98n

Tolland Co., 313, 315n

See also Federalists; New Haven, Conn.; Republicans

Connecticut (ship), 442n

Conner, William, 431, 434n

Connor, Benjamin, 306

Conrad, John, & Co. (Philadelphia), 426n

Constantinople, 217n, 597, 599

Constellation (U.S. frigate), 231, 527n

Constitution (U.S. frigate), 39n, 508n, 514n, 537n, 587n

Constitution of the United States

and apportionment of Congressional representatives, 261

and authority to make treaties, 167, 647

and fugitives from justice, 623

provides for a single executive, 554

ratification of, 110n

See also Twelfth Amendment

Convention of 1800

conveyance of ratified copy to France, 83, 117, 169-70, 194

Conway, Richard, 128n

Cook, Louis (Colonel Lewis, Caughnawaga Indian), 155, 158n

Cooke, William (S.C.), 686, 689n

Cook Islands, 158n

Cooper, Isaac

account with TJ, 669

identified, 669n

payments to, 669n

Cooper, John, 448-9

Cooper, Thomas

and J. Binns, 221n

letter from, 18-19

recommends aspirants for office, 685

and TJ’s correspondence with Priestley, 18-19

Corfu, 418, 420, 421n

corn, 40, 137, 290-1, 400

Corneille, Pierre, 155

Cornell, George

identified, 319n

letter from, 317-19

seeks land grant in Louisiana, 317-19

Corran, Michael, 450

Corsica, 418, 420, 421n

Corso di agricoltura di un accademico georgofilo autore della Biblioteca georgica (Marco Lastri), 21

Cosby, Fortunatus, 684, 688n

cotton

cottonseed oil, 547, 548n

mills, manufacturing, 547, 548n, 621-2

presses, 547, 548n

statistical tables on, 659-60n

Cottrell, Stephen, 27

Coup d’oeil sur les révolutions et sur la réforme de la médicine (Pierre Jean Georges Cabanis), 332-3, 334

Couper, John, 60, 69-70, 99

courts, 320

Courts, U.S.

Circuit

District of Columbia, 66, 111-12, 153n

District

appointments to, 71, 680

Supreme Court

appointments to, 71, 679

courts-martial, 115, 144-5, 444n

courts of inquiry, 268, 328, 444n, 587n

Cowperthwait, Mr., 684

cowpox. See smallpox

cows, 538

Cox, Edward N., 456

Cox, George, 456

Coxe, Daniel W.

letters from cited, 691

Coxe, Mr., 684

Coxe, Tench, 342n, 684

Cramond, William, 163n, 174n, 193

Crane, William M., 456

Craven, John H.

boats of, 620

clover seed for, 6, 695

letter to cited, 691

as TJ’s tenant, 39, 179

tobacco crop of, 179, 399-400, 454, 537, 620-1

crime

arson, 177n

counterfeiting, 218-20, 245, 249-50, 264, 525-6, 614-15, 624n, 626-7, 653-4

fratricide, 47

fugitives from justice, 349-50

highwaymen, 303n

keeping a disorderly house, 66, 111

kidnapping, 404-8

larceny, 153n

penal colonies, 436, 437

receiving stolen goods, 66, 139

thrives in isolated, remote areas, 273

unlicensed billiard tables, 80-1

violations of Neutrality Act, 444n

See also law; murder; pardons; smuggling

Crockett, Joseph

letter from, 56-7

recommends aspirants for office, 56-7, 684, 686

Cross Keys Tavern (Bristol, Pa.), 423n

Croudson, Samuel, 127, 128n

Crowninshield, Jacob

letter from, 75-6

recommends aspirants for office, 75-6, 122, 410-11

crystals, 450

Cuba

French privateers operate from, 442n

and Humboldt, 479, 480

Santiago, 442n

See also Havana, Cuba

Culp, Mr., 582

Culpeper Court House, Va., xlvi

Cumaná, 479, 480

Curaçao, W.I., 248n

Custis, Edmund, 684

Custis, Peter, 65n

Cutler, Ephraim, 32-3

Cutler, Manasseh, 33n

Cutting, John Browne, 117, 119n

Cutts, Anna Payne, 520-1, 523n, 619

Cutts, Richard

as committee member, 338

and glass for TJ, 619

letter from, 75-6

letter to, 619

recommends aspirants for office, 75-6, 519n

slandered by Federalists, 520-1, 523n

Cuvier, Georges, 480, 481

Czartoryski, Adam Jerzy, 305n

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