Volume 43 Index

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Labie, Mr., 346

La Caille, Nicolas Louis de, 568

Lacépède, Bernard Germain Étienne de La Ville-sur-Illon, Comte de

Histoire naturelle des poissons, 74, 114, 538

La Condamine, Charles Marie de, 478, 480, 482n

Lacoudre. See Guertin Lacoudre, Dr.

Ladd, John G., 128n

Ladson, James, 417

Lafayette, Marie Adrienne Françoise de Noailles, Marquise de, 141, 622, 662

Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de

imprisonment of, 622

introduces David Parish, 622

introduces L’Herbette, 40-1

land granted to, 138-9, 140-1, 304-5n, 356, 460-1, 504, 661-3

letters from, 40-1, 622

letters to, 140-1, 661-3

reduced circumstances of, 206, 207

as reference, 503

urged to settle in Louisiana, 139-40, 661-2

La Harpe, Frédéric César de, 267, 268n

Lalande, Joseph Jérôme Le Français de

Astronomie, 568

La Luzerne, Anne César, Chevalier de, 117, 119n

Lamb, Gen. John, 494

Lambert, David, 94n

Lamkin, Peter, 658

Langdon, John

candidate for governor, 184-5, 252, 263, 313, 354

recommends aspirants for office, 355n

La Pérouse (Lapereux), Jean François de Galaup, Comte de, 156, 158n

Laredo, 573

Lastri, Marco

Corso di agricoltura, 21

sends vine cutting, writings to TJ, 21-2, 485

laths, 208

Latin, 106, 154

Latrobe, Benjamin Henry

and Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, 335, 340

design, alteration of U.S. Capitol, viii, xliv-xlv, 131-7, 146, 150-1, 187-8, 335-41, 406 (illus.)

dispute with W. Thornton, viii, 340, 664-5

letters from, 131-7, 150-1, 335-41

letters to, 146-7, 187-8

and polygraphs, xlv, 13-14, 141, 147, 340, 342-3

and President’s House, 146-7, 493n

recommends earth removal, 150-1

streets and roads in Washington, 147, 150-1

Laurel Furnace (Tenn.), 288n

Laussat, Pierre Clément

and administration of New Orleans, 320

and Alliot, 230n

appointments by, 191

departure from New Orleans, 247n, 304n

diplomatic standing in Louisiana, 176n

interferes in Louisiana affairs, 140, 246, 305n

reports insults to French flag, 445n

and transfer of Louisiana, 176n, 216n

law

arbitration, 603-4

corporal punishment, 153n

divorce, 408n

dower right, 604n

extradition of fugitives, 623-4

fraudulent land titles, 466, 468n

Law of the Indies, 347

legal fees, costs, 457

printing, publication of, 220-1, 693

qui tam actions, 457-8n

See also crime; Henderson lands

Law, Thomas, 462

Lawson, William, 469

lead

in Louisiana, 450, 453n, 609-10

mines, 450, 453n

white, 620

Lear, Tobias

annuity for Algiers, 559n

negotiations with Tripoli, 277, 650, 651

and release of Maria Anna Porcile, 417-18, 419, 421n

Leaycraft, George

identified, 495n

letter from, 494-5

seeks appointment, 494-5

Leaycraft, Viner, 494

Leaycraft, William, 494, 495n

Leclerc, Victoire Emmanuel, 449

Lee, Arthur (Norfolk)

identified, 175-6n

letter from, 175-6

recommends father for office, 175-6

Lee, Edmund Jennings

forwards petition for pardon, 153

letter from, 153

Lee, Henry

letter from cited, 691

Lee, Richard Bland, 441, 443n

Lee, Richard Evers, 175-6

Lee, William (1772-1840)

forwards items to TJ, 76, 77, 86, 109, 398, 399, 463, 513

letter from, 492

sends news of creation of French empire, 492

Lee, William R., 186, 187n

Leghorn (Livorno), Italy

American seamen at, 638n

consul at, 39, 86, 89

Jews in, 87

trade of, 86-7, 89-90

wine from, 20

Lego (TJ’s estate), 40, 290-1, 583

Le Havre, France, 305n

Leib, Michael, 114n, 341n

Leiper, Thomas

and divisions among Pa. Republicans, 571

letter to, 571

Leith, Scotland, 448

Lemaire, Étienne

bottles, stores cider, 265, 266, 269

letter from, 265-6

manages President’s House staff, 265-6

payments to, 185, 186, 352

and President’s House accounts, 695-6

Lenox, David, 590

Lenox, Peter

identified, 493n

letter from, 492-3

venetian blinds for Monticello, 492-3

Lenthall, John, 131, 136n, 150, 335, 497, 498

Leonard, James T., 117, 169, 194, 393, 394, 395, 456

Letter to the Right Honourable Lord Sommerville (Thomas Stone), 204

Levant, 86-7

Levy, Nathan, 117, 684, 686

Lewden, Josiah, 694

Lewes, Mr. (surveyor), 430-1

Lewis, Colonel. See Cook, Louis (Colonel Lewis, Caughnawaga Indian)

Lewis, Charles (son of Charles Lilburne Lewis), 254

Lewis, Joel, 447, 448n

Lewis, John D., 447-8

Lewis, Joseph, Jr.

identified, 112n

inquires about letter from Germany, 112

letter from, 112

Lewis, Mary Walker, 76

Lewis, Meriwether

letters from, 101-3, 450-3

letters from cited, 445n, 452n, 669n, 691, 692, 693

notes on salt deposits, 455n

and Osage delegation, 669

and presents for western Indians, 445

recommends aspirants for office, 442n

sends plant cuttings to TJ, 101-3

sends specimens, curiosities to TJ, 296, 331, 450-3

servants of, 266n

and Stoddard, 609

TJ’s private secretary, 94

See also Lewis and Clark expedition

Lewis, Morgan, 126n, 202, 255, 397, 552n

Lewis, Mr. (surveyor), 295

Lewis, Seth, 430, 434n

Lewis, William J., 84

Lewis and Clark expedition

departure of, xlix, 453n, 455n

instructions for, 237n, 331

and Osage delegation, 453n

preparations for, 11

safe conduct passes for, 60, 61

sends specimens, maps to TJ, ix, 450-3, 455n

will supersede earlier western expeditions, 295

winter camp on Dubois River, 11

Leyden Gazette. See Gazette de Leide (Leyden Gazette)

L’Herbette, John P., 40-1

Liberty (schooner), 163n

Library of Congress

books for, 398, 399, 443

as temporary House chamber, 337-9

Licking River, 471n

lighthouses

appointment of keepers, superintendents, 512

Franklin Island, Me., 512n

needed at the Balize, 303n

Tybee Island, Ga., 694

Whitehead Island, Me., 512n

Lilly, Gabriel

corn contract with C. Peyton, 137

letters from cited, 131n, 691, 694

letters to cited, 131n, 691, 692, 693

makes payments for TJ, 476

overseer at Monticello, 39-40, 534

payments to, 401

and Shadwell mill, 40

and TJ’s nailery, 130-1, 308, 443

Lima, 479, 481

lime, 208

Linares, Mexico, 555, 556

Lincoln, Benjamin

conduct of, criticized, 511, 512-13n

and duties on TJ’s wine, 113, 352

letter from, 182

letter to, 113

recommends aspirants for office, 511, 512n

Lincoln, Levi

arming of U.S. merchant vessels, 494

attends cabinet meetings, 494

and Haiti, 494

and J. Russell’s appointment, 191-2n, 255, 256n, 267, 303

and legal appeals in Louisiana, 17

letters from, 255-6, 256-9, 495-6, 623-4, 646-50

letters to, 17, 642-3

negotiations for crew of Philadelphia, 494

opinion on extradition of fugitives, 623-4

payments to, 185

pays newspaper subscriptions for TJ, 147, 148n

recommends aspirants for office, 682, 686, 689n

sends election news to TJ, 255-6

sends political pamphlet to TJ, 495-6

and squatters in Louisiana, 256-9

and Tripoli, 494

and violations of Logan Act, 642-3, 646-50, 658, 659n

Lindsay, James

account with TJ, 308

identified, 308n

letter to, 308

Lindsay, Reuben, 308n

linseed oil, 620

List of the Post-Offices in the United States, 19

Liston, Robert, 590

Lithgow, John

letter from, 341-2

letter to, 404

sends pamphlet on manufacturing to TJ, 341-2

thanked by TJ, 404

Little Prairie, 640

Livingston, Edward, 215, 216n, 686

Livingston, Henry W., 410

Livingston, Robert L., 426n

Livingston, Robert R.

and American debt claims, 248-9

books for Library of Congress, 443

and cheese exports from Batavian Republic, 209

correspondence with Madison, 267

expenditures as minister, 490-1

and French actions concerning the Philadelphia, 190, 191n, 326

and French privateers in W. Indies, 442n

and Laussat, 246

and mastodon discoveries, 538, 539n

and Pio, 395

seeks to resign as minister, ix, 191n, 246, 440, 491, 527, 572, 671-2

sends books to TJ, 74, 398, 399

suggests extending powers of U.S. minister to France, 191n

lizard, horned, ix, 451, 453n

Lochner, Johan Frederik, 650-2

Locke, John, 489-90

Loder, John, Jr.

identified, 262n

letter from, 261-2

suggests reducing number of representatives in Congress, 261-2

Logan, George

forwards letters to TJ, 290

letter from, 290

receives recommendations for appointments, 448n

as reference, 221

and T. McKean’s reelection, 17n

Logan, John, 685

Logan Act

violations of, 642-3, 646-50, 658

Logica (Aristotle), 7

Logwood, Thomas (counterfeiter), 218-20, 245, 249-50, 264, 525-6, 543, 544, 551, 614-15, 658

Lohra, Peter, 473

Loja, 479, 481

Lomax, John Tayloe, 122, 162, 264, 683

Lomax, Thomas

letter from cited, 693

London

banking in, 87

cost of living at, 29-30

Hyde Park, 406

medical education in, 542n

physicians, 550n

London Corresponding Society, 221n

longitude

calculation of, 479, 480, 490, 568

López de Armesto, Andrés de, 474n, 530

L’Orient (Lorient), France, 225, 228, 230n

Lorimier, Louis, 440, 442n

Lorimier, Louis, Jr., 440, 442n

Louisiana

Acadians, 61, 62

animals in, 49-50, 102-3, 430-1, 434, 451

appropriations for, 118, 120n

Balize (Balise), 303n

bilingual officials, government needed for, 99

botanical products of, 64-5, 101-3

boundaries of, 10-11, 26, 190, 191n, 423-4, 483, 554-7, 656n

commercial regulations in, 239, 241n, 303n

Concord District, 176n

demand for slaves in, 177n, 239-40, 303-4n, 505, 661

descriptions of, 10-11, 224, 227, 229n, 230n, 429-31, 454-5, 484, 608-9

discord between French and newcomers, 177n

division of, 46, 99-100

exploration of, 11-12, 65n, 73-4, 129, 233-8, 262-3, 295, 309, 331, 471-2, 682, 684-5

foreign consuls, officials in, 245-6

fossils, 296

free blacks in, 356-7

freedom of religion in, 298n

governor of, 25-6

immigration to, 58-9, 61, 62, 176-7n, 209, 240

Indians in, 429-31

Indian trade in, 561-4, 655-6

inhabitants of, not ready for self-government, 505

land fraud in, 176n, 183-4, 267

lead mines in, 450, 453n, 609-10

legal system in, 17, 177n, 320, 346-7

list of candidates for office in, 682-9

maps of, 12, 452, 453n, 455n

marshal, 316n

militia in, 356-7, 641

Mine à Breton, 450, 453n

newcomers spread discontent in, 506

notaries public, 320-4

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

prohibition of slave importations to, 239-40, 303-4n, 661

purchase of offices in, 322-4

recorder of mortgages, 320-4

removal of eastern Indians to, 99n, 413-14, 657

salt deposits in, 277-8, 429-30, 434, 451, 454-5, 484, 617

settlement of, 452

silver in, 608-9

smallpox vaccination in, 316n

Spanish administration of, 17, 45, 183, 250, 322-3, 530, 561-4, 655-6

squatters in, 183-4, 188, 250-1, 256-9, 267, 324-5

sugar production in, 77n, 289, 347-8

surveyors, 129, 685

temporary government for, 12, 176n, 682

threat of slave insurrection in, 239

transfer of, from France to Spain, 190, 191n

transfer of, from Spain to France, 610n

transfer of, to U.S., xlix, 149, 610n, 682

W. Fla. claimed as part of, 11, 13n, 23n, 191n, 423-4

withdrawal of French, Spanish from, 176-7n, 239

See also Louisiana District; New Orleans; Orleans Territory

Louisiana Bank

chartering of, 216n, 253-4, 255, 259, 302, 303n, 529-31

criticized by Gallatin, 214-17, 529, 531n

Louisiana District

blacks in, 640-1

commandants for, 106, 265, 269, 292, 325, 410, 445, 682, 685-6, 689n

division of, into districts, 145-6, 413, 445, 452, 453n, 542, 640-2

establishment of, 99n

Indians in, 445, 446n

interpreters in, 445

land titles in, 543

lead mines in, 609-10

militia, 106, 145, 641

placed under jurisdiction of Indiana Terr., 99n, 145, 440, 441n

population of, 640

settlement of eastern Indians in, 99n, 413-14, 543, 657

squatters in, 183-4, 188, 231

whites in, 640-1

Louisiana Purchase

accomplished through peaceful means, 238-9, 565

anniversary celebrations of, xliii, 356-7, 416, 496n

British reaction to, 26

comments on, in Europe, 191, 192n

creation, transfer of stock for payment of, 169, 174n, 194

criticism of, 304n

impact on Indians, 234-5

negotiation of, 304n

patronage potential of, 682

praise for, 49, 58, 88, 101n, 209, 230n, 238-9, 287, 289, 392-3, 565

price of, 304n

and property rights, 297, 323, 656n

and settlement of American debt claims, 248-9, 304n

songs composed to commemorate, xliii-xliv, 406 (illus.), 425-6

Spanish opposition to, 217n, 302, 304n

Louisiana Territory, 34n

Louisville, Ky., 292n, 688n

Love, Andrew, 417

Low, James, 686

Lowell, John (lighthouse keeper), 511, 512n

Lowry, Mr., 684

Lucas, John B. C., 688-9n

Luckett, John R. N., 79, 82

Ludlow, Augustus C., 537

Ludlow, Charles (N.Y.), 204, 470n

Ludlow, Daniel, 470

Luzières, Pierre-Charles de Hault de Lassus de, 61n, 642

Lyman, William, 682

Lynch, Edward, 685

Lyon, James, 148n, 215, 216n

Lyon, Matthew

family of, 216n

letters from, 55-6, 103-5

recommends aspirants for office, 55-6, 103-5, 683

and squatters in upper Louisiana, 183, 184n

Lyons, France, 230n

Lysicrates, Monument of, 340n

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