Volume 44 Index

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B

Babbit, Thomas, 661, 704

Bache, William, 229-30, 690, 702

Backus (Bacchus), Elijah, 170, 476, 485, 690, 703

Baden, Electorate of, 217n

Badollet, John, 525n, 688, 703

Bailey, Robert

letter to, 366

TJ orders plants and seeds from, 366

death of, 408, 430

Bailey, Theodorus

letter from, 37

and champagne for TJ, 37

Bainbridge, William, 275n

Baker, Dr. William (Md.), 7n, 139-41, 273, 333

Baker, Jerman (1776-1828), 400

Baker, John H., 141n

Baker, John Wayles, 400n

Baker, Martha Bolling Eppes, 400n

Baker, Philip Thomas, 140-1

Baker, Samuel H.

letter from, 6-7

seeks appointment, 6-7

identified, 7n

Baker, William (Boston), 417-18, 422n

Baldwin, Abraham

potential minister to Spain, 464

as committee member, 663

dines with TJ, 715, 720, 724n, 726

member of Eighth Congress, 719

Baldwin, Daniel

letter from, 496-7

seeks appointment, 406-7, 603

recommends removal of navy yard, 496-7, 533

identified, 497n

veteran’s pension of, 574-5

Baldwin, Henry, 412, 413n, 480

Baldwin, Michael, 414, 546

Baldwin, Mr., 170

Baldwin, Phebe

letter from, 574-5

seeks financial assistance, appointment for husband, 497n, 574-5, 603

identified, 575n

Baldwin, Simeon, 715, 716, 724

Ballston Spa, N.Y., 117

Baltimore, Md.

Osage delegation visits, xlix, 78, 103

construction of gunboats at, 33, 395, 396n

navy yard at, 63-7, 117

poor relief in, 159n

art restorers, 272n

Fells Point, 289n

Saint-Domingue refugees at, 289n

yellow fever at, 289n

French frigate at, 301

booksellers, 502n

academies, schools, 519

paper hanging factors, 596n

stationers, 596n

Bangor & Waterman (Philadelphia)

letter from cited, 201n, 730

Bank of America (New York), 429n

Bank of the United States

TJ’s account with, 58, 59n, 60-1, 62, 124n, 273, 274n, 333, 482n, 734

counterfeit notes of, 190n, 694, 706

Washington branch, 190n

Charleston branch, 329n

Baltimore branch, 706

bankruptcy, 7n, 108n, 516, 640-1

Bankruptcy Act (1800), 379-80, 381n

bankruptcy commissioners, 121n, 245n, 379-80

Banks, Sir Joseph, 438, 441n

Baptists, 374n, 481n, 550n

Barbary states. See Algiers; Morocco; Tripoli; Tunis

Barcelona, Spain, 422n

Barclay, Thomas (British consul), 265-7, 301n

Bard, David, 717, 723

Baring, Alexander, 536, 537n

Baring, Francis, & Company (London), 537n, 673

Baring Brothers & Company, 507

Barker, John, 159, 230

barley, 612

Barlow, Joel

letter from, 261

introduces T. A. Emmet, 261

Barnes, John

letters to, 245, 332-4

letter from, 272-4

will no longer make payments for TJ, 58, 117

handles financial transactions, 131, 136, 141n, 162, 245, 259, 273, 274n, 646

letters to cited, 162n, 274n, 730, 731

TJ’s account with, 272-4, 332-4

invited to Monticello, 274, 334

letters from cited, 334n, 730, 731

and W. Short’s affairs, 416, 646

handles shipments for TJ, 443

dines with TJ, 715

and Kosciuszko, 734

Barnes, Joseph

letter from, 497-500

and gunboats for Mediterranean squadron, 354n

sends news of European, Mediterranean affairs, 497-500

seeks appointment, 498

Barnes, Joseph (Pa.), 691n

Barnet, Isaac Cox, 218n, 252, 253-4

Barney, Joshua, 253-4, 281, 423, 424n

Barr, William, 340n

Barriere, Miguel Bernardo, 35, 47-8

Barron, Samuel, 274, 497, 499, 500n, 675n

Barry, John, 66

Barton, Benjamin Smith, 143, 144n, 293

Basel, Switzerland, 272n

Bassett, Thomas, 687

Bastrop, Baron de (Philip Hendrik Nering Bögel), 90-1, 157

Batavian Republic, 195n

Bates, Frederick, 170, 207n, 476, 485, 690, 703

Bates, Tarleton, 206, 207n

Bath, Maine, 517

Baton Rouge

candidates for appointment residing near, 22, 239

establishment of post office at, 206, 256, 292-3

“riot” in vicinity of, 217n

and Kemper riot, 608, 629, 630n

immigrants to, 636n

Montesano, 636n

Batture case, 57n

Bayard, James A., 543

Bayou Manchac. See Iberville River

Bean, Thomas, 33, 93

Bean, Timothy, 33

Beaufort, N.C., 286, 288, 367

Beaussier, André, 178n

Beaussier, Bonaventure, 175-8, 275n, 421-2n

Beckley, John

letter from, 589-90

letter from cited, 201n, 730

and court costs, 232

recommends aspirants for office, 589-90

and polygraphs, 626, 660

Bedford, Pa., 384

Bedford Co., Va. See Poplar Forest (TJ’s estate)

Bedinger, Daniel, 222

Bedinger, George M., 718, 723

Beecher, Thaddeus, 75n

beekeeping, 416

Beers, Elias, 75n

Beers, Isaac, 75n

Belden, H., & Co. (New Haven, Conn.), 75n

Bellechasse, Joseph Deville de Goutin

candidate for appointment, vii-viii, 169, 234, 305, 307, 309, 328, 350, 355, 652-3, 712

characterized, 20, 22

recommended for appointment, 23, 238, 309

Bellini, Carlo, 112, 113n

Bennett, Caleb Prew, 701

Benson, Henry, 354n

Bergerac, Mr., 472-3n

Berlin, Conn., 41

Berquin-Duvallon, Pierre Louis

Vue de la colonie Espagnole du Mississippi, 645

Betton, Silas, 715, 723

Biddle, Charles, 548

Big Black River, 570

Big Bone Lick, 407n

Bingham, Anne Willing, 376

Bingham, William, 376

Bird, John

letter from, 585

rumored appointment as Wilmington collector, 585

Bishop, Abraham

letter from, 75

forwards memorial of New Haven merchants, 75

denies authorship of “Aristides” pamphlet, 206, 207n

Oration, in Honor of the Election of President Jefferson, 338n

appointed collector, 590n

Bishop, Phanuel, 716, 722

Bishop, Samuel, 76n, 590n

Blachly, Cornelius C.

letter from, 628-9

sends plan for American alphabet to TJ, 628-9

identified, 628-9n

Blachly, Ebenezer, Jr.

letter from, 406-7

recommends D. Baldwin, 406-7, 533

identified, 407n

Blackburn, Gideon, 175, 178-9, 278

Black Dog (Osage leader), 74n

Blackledge, William, 718, 722

blacks

free, 33, 141n, 209-10, 217n, 452n, 610n, 623-5

refuse to join labor riot, 33

seek pardons, 209-10

and Louisiana memorial, 217n, 254n

racial tensions with whites, 254n

criticism of free blacks, 452n

returned to bondage, 610n

possible removal of, to Louisiana or Haiti, 624

in Va., 624

See also slaves

Black Sea, 185n, 354n, 424n

Blackston, William, 559

Bladensburg, Md., 58n

Blagden, George, 164-5, 166n, 187, 467, 541

Blatchly. See Blachly, Cornelius C.

Bloodworth, Timothy, 367

Bloomfield, Joseph, 464, 497

Blount, Thomas, 169

Boanson, John

letter from, 148

asks TJ to forward a letter, 148

Bodley, Thomas

letter from, 569

recommends aspirant for office, 569

Bolling, Mary Jefferson (Mrs. John Bolling; TJ’s sister), 98n

Bollmann, Justus Erich

letter to, 549-50

letters from, 514-15, 612

candidate for appointment, 77

and Burr conspiracy, 449n

and wine for TJ, 514-15, 549, 612, 691

offered, declines appointment as commercial agent at Santo Domingo, 549-00, 612

Bologna, 113n

Bomford, George, 587-8

Bonaparte, Jerome, 186n, 396n

Bonaparte, Lucien, 418

Bonaparte, Napoleon. See Napoleon, Emperor of the French

Bond, Lewis, 169

Booker, George

recommends aspirants for office, 203, 730

letter from cited, 204n, 730

books

booksellers, 260n, 502n, 573n

price of, 645

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Library; Library of Congress

Boqueta, John L.

letter from cited, 730

Bordeaux, France, 28, 57, 186n, 270, 271, 393n, 515-18, 707

Bordley, John Beale, 248, 249n

Boré, Jean Étienne

letter from, 449-52

candidate for appointment, vii-viii, 169, 234, 305, 307, 328, 350, 355, 652-3, 712

and Louisiana memorial, viii, 449-52, 607

resigns as mayor of New Orleans, 14, 49

criticizes plan of territorial government, 14n

characterized, 15, 17, 19, 22, 607

supporters of, 18, 19

criticism of, 49-50

and threat of slave insurrection in New Orleans, 411n

declines appointment, 712

Boré, Jeanne Marguerite Marie Destréhan, 607

Borromeo, Carlo (Saint), 639

Boston

navy yard at, 64, 65, 493n

painters, engravers, 246-7

booksellers, 260n

libraries, 260n

publishers, 260n

slop shops, 331n

construction of gunboats at, 395

marine hospital, 493n

elections in, 532

Republicans in, 532, 646

Federalists in, 646

Boston (British frigate), 301n

botany, 143-4, 163-4

Boudinot, Elias

letter to, 175

and support for G. Blackburn’s mission, 175, 178, 179n, 278

letter from cited, 175n, 730

Bouis, Pascal Vincent, 87

Bouligny, Dominique

characterized, 19, 20

Boulton, Matthew, 44

Bourbon family, 200, 223-4

Bourne, Sylvanus

letter from, 325

criticizes establishment of French empire, 186n

and German, Swiss immigration to U.S., 186n, 198

and Winckelblech, 325

Bours, John, 294

Bowdoin, James, 77, 463-4

Bowen, Jabez, 201, 429, 731

Bowie, Walter, 717

Boyd, Adam, 628, 717, 722

Boyd, Hugh, 467

Boyle, John, 718, 723, 727

Bracken, John, 403

Braddock, Gen. Edward, 220

Bradford, John

letter from, 569

recommends aspirant for office, 569

Bradley, Abraham, Jr.

letter from, 384-7

signs New Haven memorial, 75n

explains changes to mail routes, 335, 336n, 384-7

Map of the United States, 596n

Bradley, Philip B.

letter from, 452-3

seeks extinguishment of Indian title to “Sufferers’ Land,” 452-3

Bradley, Stephen R., 719, 722, 726

Bradley, William (British naval officer), 301n

Bradley & Mulford (New Haven, Conn.), 75n

Bramah, Joseph, 133n

Brand, Joseph, 131, 162

Brandywine Creek, 10, 11, 509n

Breckinridge, John

letter from, 586

recommends aspirants for office, 586

dines with TJ, 715, 720

member of Eighth Congress, 719

Bremen, Germany, 219n

Brent, Daniel (clerk)

letter from, 193

forwards list of recommendations, 193

applications to, for appointments, 550n

Brent, Daniel Carroll

letter to, 131

letter from, 245-6

and justices of the peace for Washington, 131, 193, 245-6

supplies stone for public buildings, 467

forwards pardon petitions and recommendations, 486n, 604n

letter from cited, 486n, 728

Brent, John, 170, 690, 702, 711

Brent, Robert, 71-2n, 246

Brent, William (1775-1848), 141n

Breuil, Francis, 357-8

Brewer, John, 446, 457, 465, 489, 490

Briggs, Caleb, 26n

Briggs, Hannah Brooke

informed of husband’s situation, 461

Briggs, Isaac

letters from, 334-5, 459-61

asked to purchase scientific, mathematical instruments, 60-1, 188n

advises on appointments, 169

surveys post road between Washington and New Orleans, 184, 260, 334-5, 459-61, 555

information on Miss. Terr. politics, 188

travels to Washington, 188n

visits Monticello, 188n, 555

and J. Briggs, 226n

asks TJ to write to his wife, 461

and meridian line at Washington, D.C., 539-41

Briggs, Joseph

letters from, 226, 237-8

death of, ix, 411

health of, 217n

acknowledges receipt of letters, 226

identified, 226n

forwards Claiborne’s recommendations, 237-8, 308-9, 313n

Bristol, R.I.

collector at, 673

Brobson, James

letter from, 656

seeks appointment, 509, 656

Brodie, David, 228, 474, 476, 690, 702, 731

Bronough, Mr. (supercargo of the Rebecca), 418-19

Brooks, Samuel, 637-8, 686, 706-7

Brooks, William S., 517n

Broome, John, 150

Brough, Mr., 731

Brown, Charles

petition for pardon, 209-10, 227n

pardoned by TJ, 210n, 303

Brown, Henry, 303, 304n, 311, 313, 326, 375

Brown, James (Ky.)

letter to, 120

letter from, 291-2

offered, accepts appointment as secretary of Orleans Terr., 120, 209, 233, 291-2, 306, 328, 350, 355, 478, 689, 712

candidate for appointment, 168, 170

travels to New Orleans, 555

Brown, John (Ky.)

letter from, 209

sends news of Ky. elections, 209

member of Eighth Congress, 719

dines with TJ, 721

Brown, John (Scottish physician), 287, 288, 289n

Brown, Rives & Co., 436

Brown, Robert (Pa.), 717, 721

Brown, Scipio

seeks pardon, 227

pardoned by TJ, 227n, 303

Brown, William (collector of New Orleans)

recommended as Trist’s successor, 303, 304n, 326, 330, 375, 520-1

considered for appointment, 537-8, 542, 613-14

appointed collector, 616

Brownson, John, 692

Bruce, Phineas, 716, 724, 725n

Bryan, Joseph, 718, 720

Bryon, David H., 480

Bryon, John, 480

Buchan, William

Domestic Medicine, 55

Buckland, William, 458n

Buenos Aires, 255n, 468

Builder’s Universal Price Book (John Evans), 520

Bulloch, Archibald, 617

Bulloch, William B., 617-18

Bullock, David

letter from cited, 729

letter to cited, 729

Burchmore, John, 422n

Burford, Mr., 333

Burke, Edmund, 373

Burkhard, Johann Gottlieb

Elementary or Fundamental Principles of the Philosophy of Natural History, 573

Burr, Aaron

dines with TJ, xii, 721, 726

duel with Hamilton, xii, l-li, 105n, 118, 144

and J. B. Prevost, 124-5n

and Cheetham, 149-50

and Delacoste’s museum, 195n

and Van Ness’s pamphlet, 206, 207n

flees indictments, 410

western conspiracy of, 449n, 651n

and J. Swartwout, 489n

and D. Baldwin, 496, 497n

president of Senate, 719

Burr, Theodosia Bartow Prevost, 124n

Burrall, Jonathan, 28n

Burras, Mr. (Short tenant), 416

Burritt, Abel, 75n

Burroughs, Elzy, 733

Burwell, William A.

as legal witness, 140-1

carries items for TJ, 162, 252

prepares drafts, fair copies, 578, 591, 593n

and delivery of annual message, 685n

delivers messages to Congress, 703n, 704n

salary, 734

Butler, Pierce

letter from, 468

orders wine, 156, 423n

and Burr, 410n

recommends aspirants for office, 468

Butler, Robert

letter from, 533-4

and claim regarding schooner Eliza, 533-4, 603

identified, 534n

Butler, Thomas

letter from cited, 731

Butler, Thomas V., 37, 333

Butler, William, 718, 723

buttons

manufacture of, 40-1

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