Volume 43 Index

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N

nails. See Jefferson, Thomas: Nailery

Nancy. See Nuestra Señora de la Merced (Spanish brig)

Nanjemoy, Md.

collectorship, 607, 608, 616-17

customs offices, 594n

Nantes, France, 422

Nantucket, Mass.

collectorship, 221-2, 518-19, 581

Napier, Charlotte Robertson, 287n

Napier, Richard

identified, 287-8n

letter from, 287-8

seeks information about “salt mountain,” 287-8

Naples

banking in, 87

trade of, 87, 90

U.S. relations with, 38-9, 88, 89, 90n, 192n, 211, 303, 596, 597, 598, 599

Napoleon, Emperor of the French (Napoleon Bonaparte)

and crew of the Philadelphia, 191n, 246-7, 326, 648

criticism of, 436, 437

declared emperor, ix, 492n, 596, 598

and indemnification for king of Sardinia, 421n

letter to, 671-2

plots against, 89, 90n, 333, 334, 596, 598

as reference, 516

and resignation of R. R. Livingston, 671-2

and United Irishmen, 200n

Natchez, 191, 233, 236, 237

See also Mississippi Territory

Natchitoches, 46, 64, 65n, 139, 230n, 237n

National Aegis (Worcester), 147, 148n, 496n

National Institute of Arts and Sciences. See France: National Institute of Arts and Sciences

National Intelligencer (Washington), 192n, 476n

Navoni, François

letters from, 417-21, 600

seeks appointment, 600

sends news of Sardinian affairs, Porcile’s release, 417-21, 600

Navy, U.S.

and American Revolution, 218n

appropriations and expenditures, 55, 63-4, 357

clerks, 173-4n, 193-4

courts-martial, 444n

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

criticism of TJ’s naval policies, 602, 603n, 612

Federalists in, 89

instructions for S. Barron, 514-15

medical department, 50

Mediterranean Fund, 64n

navy agents, 38, 160n, 263

purchase, construction of new vessels, 64n, 612

rank, seniority, 559-60

recruits, enlistments in, 265, 266

reinforcement of Mediterranean squadron, 55, 63-4, 231, 329, 357, 558, 572

shortage of lieutenants in, 457n

warrants drawn on Treasury by, 638n

See also gunboats; Smith, Robert; Tripoli

Neilson, William, 642-3, 658

Nelson, Horatio, 418, 420, 421n

Nepean, Evan, 248, 249n

Netherlands

U.S. debt to, 357, 569

See also Batavian Republic

Neutrality Act (1794), 444n

neutral rights

negotiations with Britain on, 25-9, 196, 304n

Neville, Presley, 646, 663-4

New, Anthony

identified, 18n

letters from, 18, 32

recommends aspirants for office, 18, 32

New, Robert Anderson, 684, 688n

New Andalusia (Cumaná), 479, 480

Newark, N.J., 152n

New Bern, N.C., 586

Newbold, Thomas, 546n

Newbold, William, 546n

New Bourbon, 642

Newburgh, N.Y., 491n

Newburyport, Mass.

surveyorship, 75-6

Newcastle, Ky., 471n

New Enquiry into the Suspension of Vital Action, in Cases of Drowning and Suffocation (Anthony Fothergill), 550n

New Hampshire

elections in, 184-5, 248, 252, 255, 263, 313, 354-5

legislature, 354

maps of, 355n

sick and disabled seamen in, 585, 594

state nickname, 355n

U.S. attorney, 71, 354-5, 506, 680

U.S. district court, 71, 680

See also Federalists; Republicans

New Haven, Conn.

sick and disabled seamen in, 585, 594

TJ’s reply to merchants of, 510

New Jersey

and American Revolution, 43, 44, 45n

Burlington collectorship, 72

cider from, 152, 231

Great Egg Harbor collectorship, 72

Hunterdon Co., 446n

newspapers, 446n

Sandyston Township, 262n

Sussex Co., 262n

U.S. attorney, 71, 72n, 680

See also Republicans

New Jersey, College of (Princeton), 55n, 108n, 211n, 491n

New Leon (Nuevo Léon), 573

New London, Conn.

collectorship, 504

relief of seamen, 586

Republicans, 313, 315n

New Madrid, 60, 61, 413, 453n, 689n

New Mexico, 103, 557n

New Orleans

1803 appropriation for acquisition of, 191, 192n

archives at, 176n, 190, 191n, 216n, 322

attorneys, 303n

auctioneers, 321-3

banks at, 214-17, 253-4, 529

black militia at, 356-7

Carondelet Canal, 504, 662

Catholic Church in, 297-9, 356n, 592-3

collector at, 31

commercial regulations at, 176n, 216n, 239, 241n, 304n

continuation of Spanish influence in, 494-5

courts, 177n, 320, 346-7

custom house, 411, 427, 516, 682, 684

demand for slaves at, 216n, 505

descriptions of, 662

difficulty of making appointments in, 411

education in, 297, 298n, 592, 691

establishment of post road from Washington to, 198, 670-1

fires in, 322

foreign consuls, officials at, 245-6, 247n, 268n

freedom of religion in, 298n

French, Spanish administration of, 225, 228, 230n, 322-3, 474n

gunboats for, 602

inspectors, 57n

insults to French flag at, 445

marine hospital at, 50, 51-2, 56, 214, 216n, 251, 586-7, 593, 618, 683-4

merchants, 216n, 303n, 506, 529-30, 563n

militia, 356-7, 505-6

mob violence in, 225, 228

naval officer at, 507, 680

newcomers spread discontent in, 506

newspapers, 216n

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

patrols established in, 177n

physicians, 225, 228, 230n, 316n, 528n, 593

postal service, 304n

prothonotary, 56

public property in, 504-5

reputation as unhealthy, 230n

revenue cutter for, 512

slave trade in, 529

smallpox vaccination in, 316n

Spanish consul at, 305n

surveyor at, 507, 680

threat of arson in, 177n

threat of slave insurrection in, 230n

transfer of, to U.S., 149

western trade with, 236

withdrawal of French, Spanish from, 176-7n, 216n, 239, 304n, 305n

See also Orleans Territory; Ursuline Nuns of New Orleans

Newport, R.I.

collectorship, 691, 692, 693, 694

potential site of loan office, 547n, 668, 670, 672-4

relief of seamen, 586

New Santander (Nuevo Santander), 555, 556, 573, 574n

New Spain

boundary with Louisiana, 554

geography and population of interior provinces, 555-7, 573-4

Indians of, 556, 557

See also Mexico; Texas

newspapers

Federalist, 201, 203n, 589, 678n

Republican, 201, 203n, 220-1, 446n, 495-6, 589, 677, 678n

seek printing contracts, 220-1, 693

TJ sends writings, information to, 465-9

TJ’s subscriptions to, 147-8

Newton, Sir Isaac, 482n, 489-90

Newton, Thomas

and fire at Norfolk, 3

letters from, 3, 464

letters from cited, 439n, 693

recommends aspirants for office, 438-9n, 693

reports French soldiers in Norfolk, 464

TJ orders wine from, 464

Newton, Thomas, Jr., 427, 438-9

New York

American Revolution in, 628-9

Burrites, 200-3, 263-4, 314, 315n, 410, 552n, 589, 631

Clinton Co., 212n

Clintonians, 211-12n

commissioner of loans, 178-9, 218, 409-10, 506, 680, 692

courts, 632n

Dutchess Co., 491n

elections in, 200-3, 248, 255-6, 263-4, 314, 315n, 397, 410, 551-2, 631

manufacturing in, 426n

militia, 57n

Montgomery Co., 58, 59

newspapers, 147, 148n

Niagara Co., 34n

Saugerties, 426n

state penitentiary, 544

Suffolk Co., 211n

Ulster Co., 426n

See also Federalists; Republicans

New York City

banks, 179n

booksellers, 438n

British frigates at, 635

construction of gunboats at, 612

custom house, 495n

Fly Market, 229n

French commissary at, 560n

houses of entertainment, 495n

inns, 229n

insurance companies, 642-3

Jews in, 610

marine hospital, 586

merchants, 408n

newspapers, 147, 148n

quarantine, 635n

shoemakers, 77

specie shortage in, 357-8

Tontine Coffee House, 408n

yellow fever, 77, 155, 158n

New-York Evening Post, 147, 148n, 216n, 602, 603n, 612

Nicholas, John, Jr., 468n

Nicholas, Philip Norborne, 328, 359, 361, 362

Nicholas, Robert C., 122, 411, 427, 507, 680, 683

Nicholas, Wilson Cary

appointment as collector at Norfolk, 264, 325, 327-8, 353, 359-60, 361-2, 409, 438-9, 470, 680

arming of merchant vessels trading with Haiti, 658, 659n

and impressed seamen, 31n

letters from, 352-3, 470

letters from cited, 692, 694

letters to, 327-8, 359-60, 438-9

and Nuestra Señora de la Merced, 635-8

sends condolences on death of Mary Jefferson Eppes, x, 352-3, 359

Nicholls, Edward C., 305n, 687, 689n

Nichols, William (R.I.), 692, 693

Nicholson, James

family of, 179n

health of, 409, 410

identified, 218n

letter from, 218

resigns as commissioner of loans, 178, 218, 409-10, 680

Nicholson, John, 477n

Nicholson, Joseph H., 97n, 100n, 684

Nickolls, James B., 128n

Nicola, Félicité de St. Jean, 298

Nissen, Nicholas C., 63n

Noailles, Louis Marie, Vicomte de, 206, 208

Norfolk, Va.

bankruptcy commissioners, 176n

collector at, 175-6, 244, 264, 325, 327-8, 353, 359-60, 409, 427, 438-9, 470, 680, 692, 693

construction of gunboats at, 612

fire at, 3, 357, 358n, 435

French soldiers in, 464

Jews in, 610

marine hospital at, 586

navy agent at, 360

navy yard at, 515n

Republican in, 360

Spanish consul at, 635-8

Norte, Rio del. See Rio Grande (Rio Bravo)

North, Thomas, 324

Northampton, Mass., 676-8

North Carolina

counterfeiting in, 220, 264n

Edenton, 586

gold from, 508-9

Indiantown surveyorship, 180-1, 243, 264, 680

Johnston Co., 547

legislature, 95n

marine hospitals, 586

militia, 57n

Rutherford Co., 615n

sick and disabled seamen in, 585, 594

textile manufacturing, 547

Northwest Territory, 250-1

Notes on the State of Virginia

and Indians, 155

maps in, 463n

and mastodon, 480, 481

praise for, xlviii, 21

Nourse, Joseph

forwards Treasury documents to TJ, 487-8

letter from, 487-8

Novosiltsov, Nikolai, 305n

Nuestra Señora de la Merced (Spanish brig), 635-8, 644, 657

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