Volume 43 Index

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D

Daggett, John, 306

Dalton, Tristram, 477n

Dalyell, James, 318, 319n

Damen, Herman Hendrik

identified, 210n

letter from, 208-10

promotes trade between U.S. and Batavian Republic, 208-10

Danae (ship), 448-9

D’Antignac, John

identified, 289n

letter from, 288-9

seeks appointment, 288-9, 682, 683

D’Arcy, John N., 164n, 172, 174n

Darwin, Erasmus

Temple of Nature, 7

Dashields, Sally

boardinghouse of, 426, 427n

Davidson, Richard, 79, 82

Davies, William

resignation of, 175, 244n, 264, 328, 353, 359, 361-2, 409, 438n

Davis, Augustine, 94n

Davis, George (surgeon)

acting consul at Tunis, 83, 118, 170, 194

ransom, release of Maria Anna Porcile, 417-21

Davis, George (surveyor)

identified, 312n

letter from, 309-12

seeks appointment, 309-12, 684

Davis, Thomas B.

letter from cited, 692

Davis, Thomas T.

letter from cited, 694

seeks appointment, 683

seeks information on jurisdiction of Ind. Terr. judges, 440, 441n

Dawson, John

carries ratified convention to France, 83, 117, 169-70, 194

letters from, 160, 211, 423

and McElroy’s case, 423

recommends aspirants for office, 160, 686

as reference, 689n

seeks appointment, 211, 686

Dayton, Jonathan

letter from, 593

recommends aspirants for office, 593

Dearborn, Benjamin, 177n

Dearborn, Henry

Indian Affairs

and Indian debts, 441, 442n

and Indian land cessions, 183-4, 232, 657

and Osage delegation, 657, 669-70

and presents for Indians, 446n

roads through Indian territory, 441, 442n

settlement of eastern Indians in Louisiana, 543

letters from, 57-8, 70, 78-9, 115, 139, 161, 212-14, 231-2, 263-4, 520-3, 533, 549, 658

letters to, 149-50, 183-4, 241, 254-5, 324, 531-2, 542-3, 635, 657, 669-70

Military Affairs

applications to, for appointment, 289n, 440, 442n, 519n, 528n, 689n

and Arkansas and Red River expedition, 149-50, 161-2, 237n, 241, 263, 425n

arming of U.S. merchant vessels, 494

attends cabinet meetings, 494

courts-martial, 115, 145n

division of Louisiana District, 542

and fortifications at St. Louis, 446n

and Haiti, 494

and insults to French flag, 445

method of communication with the president, 183-4, 231

and militia returns, 57-8

negotiations for crew of Philadelphia, 494

and R. B. Lee’s land offer, 441, 443n

recommends commissions, promotions, 78-9, 139, 549, 658

sends list of Continental Army officers, 70, 78, 154

and Spanish duties charged at Mobile, 212-14, 254-5

squatters in Louisiana District, 183-4, 188, 231-2, 325

and T. Blount’s appointment, 689n

and Tripoli, 494

and violations by British frigates, 635

and W. A. Barron’s petition, 324

See also War, U.S. Department of

Politics

advises on appointments, 325, 585

defends conduct regarding Seth Hunt letter, viii, 520-3, 531-2

and elections in eastern states, 263-4

as reference, 676n

TJ expresses confidence in, viii, 531-2, 533

Deas, William A., 416

Deblois, Lewis

identified, 477n

letter from cited, 694

letter to, 476-7

makes payments for TJ, 476-7

signs memorial, 128n

Deblois, Ruth Hooper Dalton, 477n

Decatur, Stephen, Jr.

and burning of the Philadelphia, ix, 39n, 159, 476n

promoted, 456, 457n, 476

deer, 434

Degen, Frederick, 303

Delabigarre, Peter

letter from, 289

sends Louisiana sugar to TJ, 289

DeLacy, John Devereux

letter from, 473-4

seeks to recover papers from New Orleans, 473-4

Delaferre, B., 686

Delassus, Charles Dehault, 60, 61, 633, 634n

Délattre, Marthe, 298

Delaware

elections in, 196, 224, 589

militia, 57-8

newspapers, 446n, 589

sick and disabled seamen in, 585, 594

See also Federalists; Republicans

De Masson, Francis, 79, 82

Democrat (Boston), 147, 148n

Democrat Press (Philadelphia), 221n

Demosthenes, 340n, 341n

Demouy, Charlotte, 297

Deneale, George, 129n

Den Helder, 209-10

Denmark, 47, 650, 651, 652n

Derbigny, Pierre (Peter) Augustin Bourguignon, 411n, 634n

Derieux, Justin Pierre Plumard, 217

Deserted Village (Oliver Goldsmith), 310

Deshon, Daniel, 607

Destréhan, Jean Noël, 303n

Destutt de Tracy, Antoine Louis Claude

Éléments d’idéologie, 7

Detroit

collector at, 34n

Indian population in vicinity of, 441, 443n

land office at, 34n, 120, 357, 511

postmaster, 33

Detroit, Fort, 317-18

DeVille, Charles, 606n

Dickinson, James, 684

Dickson, William

letters from, 55-6, 107-8

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

Dinmore, Richard

letter from cited, 693

payment to, 147, 148n

Dinsmoor, Silas, 212, 213n, 255n

Dinsmore, James

housejoiner at Monticello, 40

as legal witness, 359n, 361n

letters from cited, 478n, 693, 694

letters to, 477-8, 581-2, 638-9

letter to cited, 691

TJ sends instructions to, 477-8, 581-2, 638-9

Discord (goddess), 158n

disease. See illness and disease

distilling, 301-2, 334-5, 412

District of Columbia

billiard tables, 80-1

British vice consul, 507n

courts, 66, 111-12

Md. loans to, 177, 199

removal of Fenwick’s houses, 177-8, 199

See also Alexandria, D.C.; Washington, D.C.

Doctor Watts’s Imitation of the Psalms of David, Corrected and Enlarged (Joel Barlow), 7

Doctrines of Heathen Philosophy, Compared with Those of Revelation (Joseph Priestley), 19, 463, 611

Dog Soldier (Soldat du Chien, Osage leader), 692

Domestic Encyclopædia (James Mease), 6, 123, 124

Donaldson, Joseph, Jr., 118

Donath, Joseph

letter from, 619-20

letters to, 568-9, 639

TJ orders glass from, 568-9, 619-20, 639

Dorsey, Nathan, 684

Dorsière, Eugene, 356n

Dougherty, Joseph

family of, 265, 266

forwards letter to TJ, 214

letter from, 214

makes payments for TJ, 42, 454n, 669n

stable accounts, 695-6

Dougherty, Robert, 265, 266

Doughty, James, Jr., 686

Douglas, Nathaniel

identified, 36n

letters from, 34-6, 36-7

seeks settlement of claim against U.S., 34-7

Douglas, Samuel, 36n

Douglass, John

identified, 487n

letter from, 486-7

requests information on Philadelphia prisoners, x, xlvii, 486-7, 510

Douglass, Joseph, 487n

Douglass & Mandeville (Alexandria, Va.), 128n

Dowlf, Ellis, 511, 512n

Drayton, William, 69n

drowning, 550n

Duane, William

bookselling, stationery business of, 426n

books for Library of Congress, 443

and divisions among N.Y. Republicans, 201

and divisions among Pa. Republicans, 535, 536n, 571

See also Aurora (Philadelphia)

Duane, William J., 535

Dubroca, Jean-Louis, 129n

duels, 340, 523n

Duffey, John

petition for pardon, 66, 111-12, 139

Dumas, Charles William Frederick, 117, 119n

Dumfries, Va., 125

Dunbar, William

asked to lead western expedition, 9-13, 424-5

description of the Mississippi River, 9, 84, 423, 523-4

develops cotton press, 548n

and George Davis, 312n

instructions for western expedition, 161n, 236-7, 241, 242-3, 263, 331, 523

letters from, 423-5, 523-4

letters to, 9-13, 242-3

and Louisiana boundaries, 423-4

recommended for appointment, 295, 434

and “salt mountain,” 430

sends botanical descriptions, 65n

and T. Fenton, 430

Duncan, William (plasterer’s assistant), 477, 478n

Duncanson, William Mayne, 178

Dundas, John, 128n

Dunlap, William (Alexandria, Va.), 127, 128n

Dunlop, John, 128n

Dunn, Thomas, 152, 269

Du Ponceau, Peter Stephen, 162, 165n, 251, 683

du Pont, Victor Marie, 393, 394

du Pont de Nemours, Éleuthère Irénée, 393, 394

Du Pont de Nemours, Françoise Robin Poivre, 393, 394

Du Pont de Nemours, Pierre Samuel

and L. Harvie’s mission to France, 393, 394

letter from, 392-4

praises Louisiana Purchase, 392-3

promotes family gunpowder business, 393, 394

Duralde, Martin Milony, 57n

Duvall, Gabriel

and auditor’s office, 5

and Banning’s removal, 68

and E. Stevens claim, 164-5n, 578n

letters from, 50, 516

recommends aspirants for office, 50, 516, 525, 684, 688n

D’Wolf (DeWolf), Mr.

letter from cited, 691

dyes, 64-5

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