Volume 43 Index

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R

rabbits, 102-3

Racine, Jean, 155, 205, 207

Rafinesque, Constantine S., 518

Ragsdale, Benjamin

forwards broadside on conduct of Judge Bowen, 403

letter from, 403

Ramsay, David

Oration, on the Cession of Louisiana, 416

Randal, Stephen

signs memorial, 674

Randolph, Anne (Powhatan Co., Va.)

letters from cited, 41-2n, 691

letter to cited, 42n, 71n, 691

petition regarding her son, 41-2, 148-9

Randolph, Anne Cary (TJ’s granddaughter)

TJ’s affection for, 572

travels to Eppington, 517, 518n

Randolph, Cornelia Jefferson (TJ’s granddaughter)

TJ’s affection for, 572

Randolph, Ellen Wayles, II (TJ’s granddaughter)

and death of Mary Jefferson Eppes, 189n

TJ’s affection for, 572

Randolph, John (of Roanoke), 427n, 685

and impeachment of S. Chase, 196n

and Louisiana Purchase, 304n

as reference, 129

Randolph, Martha Jefferson (Patsy, Mrs. Thomas Mann Randolph, TJ’s daughter)

and Abigail Adams’s letter to TJ, x, 535

affection for TJ, 517

awaits husband’s return, 125

E. Trist writes to, 572

health of, 517

importance to TJ following sister’s death, xi, 359, 652

J. W. Eppes’s affection for, 583

letter from, 517-18

letter to, 427-8

sends family news, 517-18

TJ describes journey to Washington to, xlvi, 427-8

TJ’s affection for, 23, 572

Randolph, Mary Jefferson (TJ’s granddaughter)

TJ’s affection for, 572

Randolph, Thomas Jefferson (TJ’s grandson)

TJ’s affection for, 572

Randolph, Thomas Mann (TJ’s son-in-law)

and C. Peyton’s bill in chancery, 364, 365, 381, 392, 571-2

and death of Mary Jefferson Eppes, vii, 259n

examines route to Monticello, 125-6

forwards news from TJ to family, 96

letter from, 125-6

letter from cited, 694

letter to, 571-2

recommends aspirants for office, 8n

TJ’s affection for, 428

and Trist family, 212

and wife’s health, 517

Randolph, Virginia Jefferson (TJ’s granddaughter)

TJ’s affection for, 572

Ravensworth, Va., 90, 111-12, 139

Rawlings, Benjamin, 684

Rawn, David, 5

Ray, Jacob

arrested for counterfeiting, 624n, 654n

extradition of, 623-4, 626-7, 653-4

Raynal, Guillaume Thomas François, Abbé de, 155-6

Read, George, Jr.

letter from cited, 692

Read, James, 687

Rebecca (ship), 450

Recovery, Fort, 413

Reddick, Miles, 600

Red House Tavern, Va., 90, 111, 125

Red River

descriptions of, 230n

exploration of, ix, 12, 74n, 129, 161-2, 312n, 331, 424-5, 433-4, 471-2

Rapides, 460, 662, 689n

salt deposits on, 429-30, 455n, 617

TJ’s instructions for expedition on, 233-8, 241, 242-3, 263, 523

trees, plants on, 64-5

Reed, Hethcote Johnson, 456

Reed, Joseph, Jr., 18n

Reeder, Jeremiah, 645-6, 663

“Reflexions historiques et politiques sur la Louysiane, en deax parties” (Paul Alliot), 224, 227, 229n, 320

Regolo deli cinque ordini d’architettura (Vignola), 134

religion

freedom of, 298n

separation of church and state, 552-3, 611

See also Christianity; Jefferson, Thomas: Religion; Ursuline Nuns of New Orleans

Renault, John Francis

dedicates artwork to TJ, 53-4

letter from, 53-4

Renault, Philippe, 642n

Renault’s Fork, 640, 642n

Republican Advocate (Frederick, Md.), 148

Republican Argus (Northumberland, Pa.), 220-1

republicanism

importance of freedom of the press to, 666-7

Republicans

in Conn., 313, 315n, 503-4

in Del., 224, 446n, 589

divisions among, viii, 16, 17n, 200-3, 221n, 252-3, 313-14, 397, 500, 523n, 535-6, 547n, 571, 629-32, 670

in Ga., 99

in Ind. Terr., 475

and Louisiana Purchase, 416, 496n

in Mass., 75, 221-2, 248, 249n, 255, 263, 512-13n, 519n, 581, 676-8

in Md., 296, 518n

and navy, 612

in N.H., 184-5, 252, 255, 263, 313, 354-5, 520-1, 523n

in N.J., 72n, 446n

in N.Y., 126n, 200-3, 218n, 255-6, 263-4, 314, 397, 410, 491n, 551-2, 628-32

in Ohio, 71n

in Pa., viii, 16, 17n, 108, 110n, 221n, 535, 536n, 571

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

Quids, 221n

in R.I., 500, 511, 547n, 670, 674n

in S.C., 415-17

seek removal of Federalists, 8n, 16, 75, 126-9, 503-4, 510-11, 512-13n, 613-14, 676-8

southern, 523n

and Twelfth Amendment, 415-16

in Va., 126-9, 360, 470

Republican Spy (Northampton, Mass.), 677, 678n

Reunion (brig), 448

Revenge (Edward Young), 653

revenue cutters, 512, 679

Revett, Nicholas

Antiquities of Athens, 134, 136-7n

Rey, Antoine Gabriel Venance, 560n

Reynolds, George

identified, 45n

letter from, 42-5

seeks financial relief, appointment, 42-5

Rhea, John

letters from, 55-6, 107-8, 113

recommends aspirants for office, 55-6, 107-8, 113, 683, 685

Rhoades, Ebenezer, 147, 148n

Rhode Island

commissioner of loans, 510-11, 547, 691, 694

relocation of loan office in, 547, 667-8, 670, 672-4

sick and disabled seamen in, 586

See also Federalists; Providence, R.I.; Republicans

Rhode Island, College of (Brown University), 524, 672n, 674n

Rice, Henry & Patrick, 426n

Richards (prisoner of war), 485-6, 596, 598

Richards, Edward

letter from, 448-50

seeks assistance with his claim, 448-50

Richardson, James Burchell

letter from, 526

and Twelfth Amendment, 315-16, 526

Richardson, Joseph (assayer), 508

Richardson, Robert R., 304n

Richmond, Va.

apothecaries, 435n

grocers, 51

and inland navigation, 67-8, 91-4

insurance companies, 435-6

jail, 615

Memorial on Proposed James River Tolls, 92-4

Rockett’s Landing, 92-4

Rock Landing, 92-3

Richmond James River Company, 67-8, 91-4, 143

Ricketts, John Thomas, 127n

Rights of Man (Frederick, Md.), 148

Rillieux, Marie Anne, 298

Rio Grande (Rio Bravo), 233, 554, 555, 556, 573

Rio Negro, 479, 480

Rising Sun tavern

meeting of Pa. Republicans at, 535, 536n

Rivanna River, 360, 363, 366

roads

footpaths, 497-8

muddy, xlvi, 427-8, 625

robberies on, 303n

through Indian territory, 441, 442n

to, from Monticello, xlvi-xlvii, 90, 111, 125, 139, 406 (illus.), 427-8

See also postal service

Roane, Spencer, 687, 689n

Robbins, Asher, 687

Robertson, James (Tenn.), 287n

Robertson, William (Va.), 687

Roche de Fermoy, Alexis Matthias, 288

Rodgers, John R. B., 635n

Rodney, Caesar A.

comments on political, diplomatic events, 195-6

letters from, 195-6, 589

letters from cited, 691, 694

letter to, 142

recommends aspirants for office, 691, 694

as reference, 224

reports on Delaware elections, politics, 589

runs for reelection to Congress, 589

TJ returns paper to, 142, 195

Rodney, Thomas

candidate for office in Louisiana, 683

descriptions of Mississippi, Louisiana, Indian mounds, fossils, 295-6, 428-35

letters from, 428-35, 483-4, 608-9

letter to TJ, not sent, 295-6

as reference, 224

reports on proceedings of land commissioners, 428-9, 609

sends information on Louisiana boundary, Indian affairs, 483-4

sends reports of silver in Louisiana, 608-9

Roederer, Pierre Louis, 332, 333, 334n

Rogers, Benjamin, 416

Rogers, John, 6

Rogers, John (Md.), 52

Rogers, William (surgeon), 50, 51-2, 684

Rome, 19, 20, 87

Roney, John (army officer), 79, 82

Root, Erastus, 201-2, 203n, 314, 315n, 410, 683

Rose, Alexander, 8n

Rose, Hugh (son of Hugh Rose of Amherst Co., Va.), 694

Royal Humane Society, 550n

Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh, 605n

Rush, Benjamin

introduces A. Fothergill, 502-3

introduces N. Chapman, 542n

letter from, 502-3

TJ sends his views on the doctrines of Jesus to, 18

Rush, Mr., 684

Russell, Jonathan

and B. Tupper, 569, 570n, 574, 584

identified, 672-3n

letter from, 672-3

not considered for Louisiana appointment, 411

offered, declines appointment as consul at Tunis, 72, 170, 190, 191-2n, 194, 255, 256n, 267, 303, 326, 672, 673n, 679

and relocation of R.I. loan office, 672-4

signs memorial, 674

Russia

influence on Ottoman Empire, 88, 267n

reforms in, 305n

reinforces Corfu, 418, 420, 421n

relations with France, 421n

relations with U.S., 591

trade with, 591

See also Alexander I, Emperor of Russia

Rutter, Thomas, 272, 296, 506, 680

Ryan, Mr., 218-19

rye, 291n

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