Volume 43 Index

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P

Pacific Ocean, 158n, 233

Padouca River. See Kansas River

Page, John

and Anne Randolph, 41-2, 148-9

extradition of Ray and Williams, 623-4, 626, 627, 653-4

invited to Monticello, 653

letters from, 148-9, 218-20, 488, 525-6, 614-15, 653-4

letters to, 41-2, 249-50, 551, 627, 652-3

and Logwood’s case, 218-20, 245, 249-50, 264, 525-6, 543, 544, 550, 551, 614-15, 658

sends condolences on death of Mary Jefferson Eppes, x, 488, 652

TJ expresses lament over lost friends to, 652-3

Page, Mann, 687

Page, Margaret Lowther, 488, 653

Paine, Thomas, 686

Palladio, Andrea, 639

Palmer, Beriah, 203n, 410, 683

Pani River. See Platte River

Panton, Leslie & Co., 441, 442n

Pantops (Eppes estate, Albemarle Co., Va.), 23, 534, 535n, 583

paper

birch used as, 234

for polygraphs, 14

Papin, Lebert, 694

Paradise Lost (John Milton), 156

Parallèle de l’architecture antique avec la moderne (Roland Fréart de Chambray and Charles Errard), 137n

pardons

granted by TJ, 66n, 81, 153n, 444

petitions for, 41-2, 66, 80-1, 111-12, 148-9, 153

Paris

cost of living at, 30

Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle, 479, 480

Parish, David, 622

Parish, John, 622

Parke, Benjamin

identified, 475n

letter from, 475

seeks appointment, 446, 475

Parker, James

asks TJ for money, 676

letter from, 676

Parshall, Israel B.

asks TJ for loan, 77-8

letter from, 77-8

Pascagoula River, 348, 351, 513

Pascalis Ouvrière, Felix, 687

passports

fraudulent use of, 485-6

Pasto, Colombia, 479, 481

Patapsco River, 330n

patents

cider making, 547

cotton gins, 489n

cotton presses, 547, 548n

cottonseed oil, 547

hydraulic blasts, 547

knapsacks, 41n

lifesaving devices, 489n

medical devices, 489n

pest control, 547

stills, 302n

tub mills, 547

washing machines, 547

Paterson, John, 410

Patterson, Daniel Todd, 456

Patterson, Robert

letter from, 262-3

letter to, 331

prepares G. Hunter for expedition, 161

recommends aspirants for office, 262-3, 331, 685

Patterson, William (N.Y.), 422

Patterson (Patteson), Peter, 219-20

Patton, James (Alexandria, D.C.)

forwards letter, 507

identified, 507n

letter from, 507

signs memorial, 128n

Paulding, William, Jr., 630, 631, 632n

Payne, Anna. See Cutts, Anna Payne

Payne, Thomas (bookseller), 7n

Peace Treaty, Definitive (1783), 83

peaches, 99

Peale, Charles Willson

accompanies Humboldt to Washington, 499n, 508, 532-3

asks TJ to sit for profile, 601, 625

exhibits grizzly bear, 49-50

improvements to bifocals, 540n

letters from, 13-14, 49-50, 342-5, 458, 482-3, 532-3, 601, 616, 644-6, 663-4

letters to, 141-2, 293-5, 439, 464-5, 588, 625

and mastodon skeleton, 645-6, 663-4

museum, 49n, 84n

payments to, 185, 625n

and polygraph, xlv-xlvi, 13-14, 141-2, 147, 293-5, 340, 342-5, 439, 458, 464-5, 482-3, 533n, 588, 601, 616, 625, 644-5, 664

portrait of Humboldt, xlviii-xlix, 406 (illus.), 664

TJ sends horned lizard to, 453n

Peale, Raphaelle, 49n, 601

Peale, Rembrandt, 49n, 427n, 601, 616, 663

Pearl River, 198, 348, 351, 671

Pechin, William, 148n

Pedesclaux, Peter

identified, 323-4n

letter from, 322-4

seeks restoration of offices, 320-1, 322-4

Pelham, Thomas, second earl of Chichester, 28

Penington, Edward, 85n

penitentiaries

federal prisoners confined in, 525-6, 544, 551

Pennington, William S., 72n, 680

Pennsylvania

Blair Co., 108n

constitution of 1790, 15-17, 110n

Fayette Co., 110n

Germans in, 16

inns, taverns, 423n

Lancaster Co., 110n

land office, 16, 17n

legislature, 18n

marshal, 16, 17n

newspapers, 147, 220-1

Northampton Co., 18n

Northumberland Co., 221n

Presbyterians in, 108n

and ratification of U.S. Constitution, 110n

Rising Sun tavern, 535, 536n

ship building, 270, 612

Supreme Executive Council, 487n, 491n

See also Federalists; Philadelphia; Pittsburgh; Republicans

Pennsylvania, Bank of, 85n, 487n

Pennsylvania, University of, 542n, 593, 605n

Pensacola, W. Fla.

descriptions of, 230n, 350-1

reinforced by Spain, 176n, 216n, 239, 656n

peppermint, 517

Perdido (Perdigo) River

claimed as Louisiana boundary, 11, 190, 191n, 423-4, 483

Perkins, Stephen, 685

Perkins, Thomas H., 512, 513n, 585, 602, 680

Pernier, John, 266n

Perrin, Joseph Marie, 128n

Perrin, Mathurin, 128n

Perrin & Brothers, 128n

Perry, Alexander, 472, 477

Perry, John

carpenter at Monticello, 40, 477, 581

leases land at Shadwell, 290, 291n

as legal witness, 361n

letters from cited, 693, 694

Perry, Matthew C., xlvii

Perry, Oliver Hazard, 456

Persia, 154

Petersburg, Va., 604n

Petit, Pierre, 304n

Pettey, James

signs memorial, 674

Pettit, Charles, 172, 174n

Peyroux de la Coudrèniere, Henri

letters from, 60-1, 61-2

and Lewis and Clark expedition, 60-1

seeks appointment, 61-2

Peyton, Craven

bill in chancery against John Henderson, vii, 137, 346, 363-92, 400, 401, 571-2

declaration of trust with TJ, vii, 360-1, 365

and deeds for Henderson lands, 572

letters from, 137, 400

letters to, 346, 401

and mill seat on Henderson lands, 359n, 363-5

payments to, 137, 399-400, 401

purchases corn for TJ, 40, 137, 400

purchases land for TJ, 360-1, 368-70, 387-8

TJ’s crop rotation plan for, 291n

Peyton, Francis

advises on appointments, 607, 608, 616-17

letter from, 616-17

letter to, 608

recommended for appointment, 8

Peyton, Robert, 79, 82

Phelps, Oliver

candidate for lieutenant governor, 552n

and divisions among N.Y. Republicans, 200-3, 314, 315n

letter from, 200-3

recommends aspirants for office, 33, 683

Philadelphia

aldermen, 487n

astronomical, scientific instruments from, 568

banks, 487n

booksellers, 438n

charitable institutions, 262

construction of gunboats at, 612

courts, 487n

and Louisiana Purchase, xliii

marine hospital, 586

merchants, 180n

militia, 302n

navy agent at, 263

newspapers, 147, 221n

opticians, 540n

physicians, 550n, 593

printers, xliv, 401, 402, 426n

sheriff, 487n

ship brokers, 180n

Society of Artists and Manufacturers, 341-2

specie shortage in, 357

St. Patrick’s Society, 535-6, 571

surveyor at, 680

Philadelphia (U.S. frigate)

burned by U.S., ix, 38-9, 47, 48n, 86, 159, 457n, 476n

captured by Tripoli, 63-4, 196, 217n, 231, 558, 567, 596, 598

commanded by S. Barron, 515n

condition of imprisoned crew, xlvii-xlviii, 406 (illus.)

negotiations for release of crew, ix, x, 190, 191n, 246-7, 266-8, 302, 326-7, 328-9, 486-7, 494, 510, 541, 590-1, 648

physiognotrace, 601

Pichegru, Jean Charles, 333, 334

Pichincha, 509

Pichon, Louis André

and French privateers in W. Indies, 442n

and insults to French flag, 445

introduces Esménard, 516

letters from, 91, 516

and Martel’s exequatur, 190-1, 266, 268n

protests armed U.S. merchant vessels trading with Haiti, 440, 442n, 494

and wine for TJ, 91, 560

Pickering, John, 680

Pickering, Timothy

and E. Stevens claim, 163n, 164n, 168, 172, 174n, 194, 285, 286n

Pickett, Pollard & Johnston, 68n, 130

Pierson, Isaac, 549n

Pinckney, Charles

correspondence with Madison, 267

criticism of, 190

and Louisiana Purchase, 217, 302, 304n

and negotiations over Floridas, 217

uses ciphers, 190

Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth, 416

Pinckney, Roger, 416

Pinckney, Thomas, 117, 119-20n

Pinckney Treaty

cargoes of distressed vessels, 635, 637, 644, 657

Pinkney, Ninian (Md. clerk; d. 1824)

identified, 138n

letter from, 137-8

letter to, 182-3

and ratification of Twelfth Amendment, 137-8, 182-3

Pinkney, William, 138n, 683

Pio, Louis (Chevalier de Pio)

friendship with TJ, 394-5

letter from, 394-5

Pisa, Italy, 650, 651

Pitman, Thomas G.

letter from cited, 691

Pitt (British ship), 635n

Pitt, William, 304n

Pittsburgh, 270, 612

Plaquemine, Fort, 176n

Platte River, 11, 331, 453n

Plattin Creek, 640

Pleasants, Samuel, 94n

plows

Beverstone, 124, 125n

TJ’s moldboard, 123-5

Plumer, William, 31n

poetry, 78

Poindexter, George, 357, 525

Pointe Coupee, 230n, 505

Political Economy: Founded in Justice and Humanity (William Thornton), 136, 137n

Polk, Charles Peale, 646n

Pollard, Robert, 68n

Pollock, Oliver, 684

Pollok, Allan, 537

Pollok, Robert, 537

polygraphs

Brunel’s, 13-14, 141-2, 147

demonstrations of, 533n

Hawkins & Peale Patent, xlvi, 406 (illus.)

Hawkins’s improvements, xlv-xlvi, 345, 439

inkpots for, 625, 645

modifications to, xlv-xlvi, 13-14, 141-2, 147, 293-5, 340, 342-5, 439, 458, 464-5, 482-3, 588, 601, 625, 664

paper for, 14

pens for, 588, 616, 625, 644-5

TJ commences use of, xlv

Pontiac’s Rebellion, 318

Pont Saint Esprit, France, 298n

Popayán, Colombia, 479, 481

Pope, Alexander, 98n, 517, 518n

Pope, Thomas, 85n

Poplar Forest (TJ’s estate), 398n, 535, 583

Porcile, Antonio

ransom, release of his daughter, 418, 420-1

Porcile, Giovanni, Conte di Sant’Antioco, 420n

Porcile, Maria Anna

ransom, release of, 417-21, 600

Po River, 87

Port-au-Prince (Port Républicain), Haiti, 174n, 438n

See also Stevens, Edward

Porter, Andrew, Jr., 411n

Porter, David, Jr., 63n

Porter, James, 79, 81

Portsmouth, N.H., 585, 594

Portsmouth, R.I., 317

Portsmouth, Va., 3

Portuguese language, 154

postal service

appointments and removals in, 676-8

distrusted, 304n

establishment of post road between Washington and New Orleans, 198, 670-1

list of post offices, 19

between Monticello and Washington, 251-2, 292, 293, 313

See also Granger, Gideon

Postell, James, 416

Potocki, Count Jan, 597, 599

Potomac, Bank of, 507n

Potomac River, 471

Potter, Ebenezer, 687, 689n

Potter, Samuel J.

letter from cited, 693

recommends aspirants for office, 684, 693

Potts, William, 638n

Poulson, Zachariah, Jr., 147

Poulson’s American Daily Advertiser (Philadelphia), 147

Pouncey’s tract (TJ’s land), 468n

Powell, Cuthbert, 128n

Power, Thomas, 633, 634n

Poydras, Julien, 505

Preble, Edward

and burning of the Philadelphia, 38, 39n, 86, 476n

captures Tripolitan cruiser, 217, 231, 241, 244, 246, 266, 329

commander of Mediterranean squadron, 90, 596, 599, 600, 648

and Eaton, 80

and plan to displace Yusuf Qaramanli, 47, 48n

seeks to acquire gunboats, 38-9

and Tunis, 308n

Preble, Henry, 305n

pregnancy. See women

Prentis, Joseph, 469n

Prentiss, Joshua, 410-11, 506, 680

Presbyterians, 108n

Present State of Great-Britain (Arthur O’Connor), 200

President (U.S. frigate), 63-4n, 231, 537

President’s House

amendment for Congress to be accommodated in, 131, 136n

appropriations for, 131, 136n

carpenters for, 493n

cellars, 502

dinners hosted by TJ at, xlviii, 533n, 573

floors, 146-7

furniture, 185, 186n, 695, 696

groceries, supplies for, 186n, 265, 266, 269, 454n

repairs to, 146

roof, 146

servants at, 265-6, 695-6

slaves at, x, 260n

stable and household accounts, 695-6

windows, 146

See also Dougherty, Joseph; Jefferson, Thomas: Personal Affairs; Lemaire, Étienne

Press (Dublin), 200n

press, freedom of

compared between France and U.S., 332, 334

importance to republican government, 666-7

Prevost, John B., 31, 683

Price, Chandler, 684

Price, Richard (Milton, Va.), 367-8

Priestley, Joseph

and Alexander I, 267, 268n

attacked for religious, political views, 548

and Binns, 221n

Doctrines of Heathen Philosophy, 19, 463, 611

General History of the Christian Church, 611

History of the Corruptions of Christianity, 462-3, 552-3, 611

as inspiration to science, 157

TJ’s admiration for, 463, 611

TJ’s correspondence with, 18-19

Priestley, Joseph, Jr., 18-19

Pringle, John Julius, 36, 37n

privateers

French, 442n, 602, 603n, 643n, 647

illegally outfitted in U.S., 444n

Procter, Thomas, 684

Providence, R.I.

memorial from inhabitants of, 673-4

opposition to removal of loan office from, 547n, 667-8, 670, 672-4

Provincial Glossary (Francis Grose), 7

Prussia, 75n, 479, 481

Purcell, Joseph, 129n, 685

Putnam, Henry, 679

Pyomingo (ship), 20, 485, 540, 546, 595, 598, 608, 620

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