Volume 44 Index

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Cabell, Samuel J., 88

Cabinet of Natural History (New York), 194-5, 221-2

Cabrera, Joseph

letter from, 468-73

claims diplomatic immunity, 468-73

identified, 473n

Cadiz, Spain, 186n, 468, 511, 512, 513, 695n

Caisergues, Francis

candidate for appointment, vii, 169, 234, 305, 653

characterized, 16, 18, 20, 21n, 23

Caldcleugh & Thomas (Philadelphia)

letter to, 613

letters from, 595-6, 685-6

and lamps for TJ, 595-6, 613, 685-6

identified, 596n

Caldwell, John (Ky.), 209n

Callender, James Thomson

criticized by A. Adams, 4-6, 600

pardoned by TJ, 4-6

receives financial assistance from TJ, 5-6

Prospect Before Us, 6n, 129

TJ defends his support for, 129-31, 243

Callier, James, 687

Callier, John, 686

Callis, Cleon M.

navy appointment for, 24-5, 77-8, 94-5, 115, 371n

Callis, William O.

letter to, 115

letter from, 24-5

seeks navy appointment for son, 24-5, 77-8, 94-5, 115, 371n

Cambrian (British frigate)

impressments by, 85, 127, 218n, 301n, 556

blockades French frigates, 396n

defies state and federal laws, 578

Cambridge, Mass., 552n

Camden, battle of, 699

Campbell, David

letter from, 453-4

criticizes conduct of W. MacRea, 453-4, 658

Campbell, George W., 719, 722, 726

Campbell, John (army officer), 453-4, 658

Campbell, John (Md.), 717, 724

Campoformio, Treaty of, 317, 321-2

Canada

boundaries, 435n

fur and peltry trade, 635

Cantrelle, Michel

characterized, 20, 22

candidate for appointment, 169, 306, 307, 328, 350, 355, 652-3, 712

declines appointment, 712

Cape Girardeau, 80, 81, 285-6, 286n

Cape Girardeau District, 81, 82, 89-90

Cap-Français, Haiti, 186n, 289n

Capitol, U.S.

praise for, 10, 11

riotous behavior by laborers, 33, 71-2

slave laborers at, 33

House chamber, 164, 467, 483-4

roof, 164

materials for, 164-5, 187, 467

statement of expenditures on, 164-5

workmen, 164-5, 467, 483

walls, 165-6, 187, 483-4

columns, 166n

bricks, 467

stonework, 467

schedule of work for, 483-4

and meridian line at Washington, D.C., 539, 541

criticism of Latrobe’s management of, 696-7

Caracas, 476n

Caraminico, Prince of (Francesco d’Aquino), 317, 321

Carey, Mathew, 163

Carlisle, Pa.

postal service to, 186n, 384-7

Carlos (Charles) III, King of Spain, 98n

Carlos (Charles) IV, King of Spain

letters to, 522, 527-8

letter of recall for C. Pinckney, 522

letter of credence for Monroe, 527-8

Carmichael, William, xlvii

Caroline (schooner), 76n

Carondelet, 80

Carpenter, Mr., 525, 526n

Carpenter, Thomas

payments to, 273, 333

Carpentier, Lewis D., 456

Carr, Dabney (TJ’s nephew), 373-4

Carr, John H., 129, 730

Carr, Peter (TJ’s nephew), 221, 435

Carrick, James

letter from, 449-52

and Louisiana memorial, 449-52

Carroll, Daniel (of Duddington), 245, 246n

Carroll, Bishop John, 441n

cartographers, 300n

Casa Calvo, Sebastián Calvo de la Puerta y O’Farill, Marqués de

continued presence in Orleans Terr., 255n, 281, 363n, 364, 479, 535

and post road through W. Fla., 257, 292

and reinforcement of Spanish posts, 364

and Kemper riot, 608, 630n

and Folch’s visit to New Orleans, 639-40, 704

Casey, Levi, 718, 723

Castor (TJ’s horse), 195

Cathalan, Eulalie (S. Cathalan, Jr.’s, daughter), 418, 420-1

Cathalan, Stephen, Jr.

letters to, 68-9, 120-1

letters from, 156, 175-8, 417-23

payments to, 61, 68-9, 96n, 120-1, 222

TJ orders groceries, wine from, 68-9, 109, 156, 421, 422-3n

forwards letters for TJ, 69

sends reports on negotiations with Tripoli, 175-8, 372n, 421-2

forwards Mediterranean news to Madison, 275n, 281

dispute with W. Baker, 417-18, 422n

defends his conduct as consul, 417-23

Cathalan, Stephen, Sr., 120

Cathcart, James Leander, 275n

Catholic Church

divisions in, 35

in Orleans Terr., 35, 47-8, 312, 313

See also Ursuline Nuns of New Orleans

cats, 31

Cavelier, Antoine, Jr.

characterized, 16, 18, 20

Cavelier, Zenon, 20

Cayenne, French Guiana, 592

Cayes, Haiti, 289n

Ceracchi, Giuseppe, 114, 115n, 332

Ceracchi, Therese, 332

Cevallos (Ceballos) Guerra, Pedro

delays ratification of claims convention, ix, 301n, 397-8, 430-1, 466, 507

protests establishment of Mobile collection district, ix, 301n, 397-8, 430, 431n, 507

and Spanish acquiescence to Louisiana Purchase, 684n

Chaddock, Calvin, 26n

Chamberlain, William, 715, 716

Chambers, Ephraim

Cyclopædia, 415

Chambers, Joseph

letter from, 606

recommended as Indian negotiator, 12

irregularities in recess commission for, 487-8

and death of E. Kirby, 606

identified, 606n

appointed register of land office, 689, 703, 712

Chambersburg, Pa., 384

Champlain, Lake, 202n

Charles II, King of England, 336n

Charleston, S.C.

gunboats for, 127

Saint-Domingue refugees at, 185, 186n

cotton manufacturing in, 192n

banks, 329n

and French privateers, 354, 363, 533-4

construction of gunboats at, 395

Republicans in, 528-9

collector at, 574

Charles Town, Va., 367-8

Charlottesville, Va., 274, 449n, 605n

Charming Mary (schooner), 132

Chastellux, François Jean de Beauvoir, Marquis de, xlvii

Chattahoochee River, 460

Chauncey, Isaac, 661, 703

Chavaniac (Lafayette estate), 503

Chavaniac, Charlotte de Lafayette, baronne Guérin de, 503

Cheetham, James

letter from, 149-52

seeks printing contracts, 149-52, 180

Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company, 519, 599, 695

Chesapeake Bay, 67

Chew, Beverly

characterized, 20, 23

childbirth. See women

children

death of, 57, 58, 105

of immigrants, 93n

illnesses, 97, 160, 521

TJ’s correspondence with, 152, 654

illegitimate, 154, 155n

cared for by slave nannies, 160

slave, 160

education of, 519

Chile, 113n

China

nankeen cloth of, 331-2

Chisholm, Hugh

letter from cited, 733

Chisman, Mount Edward, 201, 203, 228, 476, 730

Chittenden, Martin, 716, 723

Chouteau, Auguste

and White Hair, 72n

and Dog Soldier, 73, 74n

partnership with brother, 523n

deputy to carry Louisiana District petition, 635, 648, 649n, 657-8

Chouteau, Auguste Pierre, 87

Chouteau, Pierre

letters from, 522-4, 656-8

and Osage delegation, xi, 73, 74n, 103, 275, 522, 523, 656-7

and peace medals, xlviii

and White Hair, 72n

appointed Indian agent, 103-4, 523n, 571

description of, 264

seeks exclusive trade with Osage, 264, 523n

reports troubles with Sacs, 523-4, 656, 657

identified, 523n

Chrestien, Jean André

letter from, 262-3

De la méthode iatroliptice, 262-3

identified, 262-3n

Christianity

missionaries to Indians, 175, 178-9, 278, 577-8, 588-9

restorationists, 550n

and slavery, 609-10

See also Jefferson, Thomas: Religion

Christianville, Va., 189

Church, Angelica Schuyler, xlvii

Churchman, Frederick, 225n

Churchman, Mary, 225n

Cicero, 317, 321, 558n

Cincinnati, Ohio, 577-8n, 651

Cincinnati, Society of the, 701n

Cisalpine Republic, 316, 317, 320-1, 322

Clagett, Clifton, 715, 723

Claiborne, Cornelia Tennessee, ix, 442, 477

Claiborne, Elizabeth W. Lewis

death of, ix, 442, 477

health of, 238, 303-4, 311, 359, 388, 411

Claiborne, Ferdinand L., 169

Claiborne, Richard

letter from, 83-4

invents boat propulsion system, 83-4

sends news of Miss. Terr. land office, politics, 83-4

Claiborne, Thomas, 717, 723

Claiborne, William C. C.

letters to, 52-4, 101-2, 306-8, 613-14

letters from, 7-9, 303-4, 308-14, 326-7, 359-60, 387-8, 411-12, 442, 477-80, 586-7, 606-8, 630-1, 639-40, 704-5

appointed governor of Orleans Terr., vii, 168, 170, 233, 306, 328, 350, 355, 442n, 477, 689, 712

advises on appointments, viii, 23-4, 52, 170n, 237-9, 303, 308-11, 313n, 326-7, 355, 387-8, 478-9, 652-3n, 711

reports on Louisiana memorial to Congress, viii, 7-9, 217n, 254-5n, 312-13, 606-7

health of, ix, 8, 226, 237-8, 303, 308, 311, 313, 359, 388, 477-8

correspondence with secretary of state, 7, 9n, 35-6, 48n, 252, 281, 363-4, 442, 640

Louisianians not ready for self-government, 7-8, 102n, 217-18n, 313, 607

salary and compensation for, 7-9

appointments by, 14n, 412-13, 586-7

supporters of, 23

and Catholic Church, 35, 47-8, 217n, 312, 313, 639

correspondence with Folch, 35, 36n, 48, 312

investigates French prizes at New Orleans, 35, 48, 363-4n

St. Julien case, 35, 47, 48n

expenses as Louisiana commissioner, 35-6, 48

authorizes charter of Louisiana Bank, 52, 310

communications with TJ miscarry, 52, 308-9, 478

supports TJ’s checkerboard city plan for New Orleans, 53-4, 311

advises on location of Lafayette’s land grant, 54, 102, 313, 614

observations on Louisiana boundaries, 54

correspondence read in Congress, 101-2, 312-13

forwards TJ’s letter to Ursuline Nuns, 102, 226

and postal service to New Orleans, 206, 257, 292-3

discontent among free blacks in New Orleans, 217-18n, 254n

supports ban on slave trade, 217-18n, 254-5n, 607

criticizes E. Livingston, 217n

complains of continued influence of France and Spain in Orleans Terr., 255n, 363n

as reference, 293

reports death of H. B. Trist, 303, 313, 613

arrangements for Orleans Terr. government, 306-8, 328, 652

sends news, observations on Orleans Terr., 308-14, 586-7, 606-8, 639-40

criticizes speculation by Louisianians in W. Fla. lands, 309, 312, 705

and Indian affairs, 311-12, 640

reports on yellow fever in New Orleans, 359-60, 388, 411, 640

threat of slave insurrection in New Orleans, 411-12

death of wife and child, 442

wishes to take leave of absence, 477-8

inaugural address by, 479, 480n

studies French language, 479

takes oath of office, 479

rumored death of, 532

requested to obtain Spanish land records, 598

tensions, threat of war with Spain, 607-8, 640, 704-5

downplays significance of Kemper riot, 608, 630n

and TJ’s letter to J. M. Gelston, 613-14

forwards specimens from Richard King, 630-1

criticized in Esquisse, 705

Clark, Christopher, 718, 722

Clark, Daniel

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

supports memorial to Congress, 7-8, 217n, 254-5n, 312

characterized, 19, 20, 22

provides information on population of Louisiana, 82n

speculates in W. Fla. lands, 312, 705

and tensions at Natchitoches, 640

declines appointment, 712

Clark, William, xi, 650n

See also Lewis and Clark expedition

Claxton, Thomas, 595-6, 613

Clay, Henry, 569n

Clay, John, 551, 568-9, 586

Clay, Joseph (Pa.)

letter from cited, 213n, 730

member of Eighth Congress, 717

dines with TJ, 720, 726

Clay, Lucretia Hart, 569n

Clay, Matthew, 717, 722

Clermont I (Osage leader), 72n

Clinton, DeWitt

letter to, 488-9

and printing contracts for Cheetham, 150-1

and Delacoste’s museum, 195n

and British frigates at New York, 218n, 252, 301n

seeks removal of J. Swartwout, 488-9

and Moreau, 489

letter from cited, 489n, 732

advises on appointments, 603

Clinton, George, Jr., 721, 725n

Clopton, John, 717, 722

cloth

linen, 162

sheeting, 252

cotton, 331-2

nankeen, 331-2

silk, 475-6

Clouet, Louis Brognier de

characterized, 16, 18, 20, 23, 479

candidate for appointment, 168, 169, 170, 307, 328, 350, 355, 479

letter from cited, 363n

Clyde River, 255n

coal, 635

See also household and personal articles

Cobbett, William, 131n, 556

Cocke, William

letter from, 37-8

describes Independence Day among Chickasaws, 37-8

and compensation for Tenn. militia, 361n

member of Eighth Congress, 719

dines with TJ, 721

Cockle, John

letter from, 393

seeks settlement of claim on France, 393

identified, 393n

coins

Roman, 627-8

counterfeit, 637

eagles, 637

French, 637

Colbert, George, 37, 38n

Colbert, James, 37, 38n

Colbert, James Logan, 38n

Colbert, Levi, 37, 38n

Colbert, Melinda. See Freeman, Melinda Colbert

Colbert, Susan (Susannah) James, 37-8

Colbert, William, 37, 38n

Colden, Cadwallader

History of the Five Indian Nations of Canada, 484, 485n

Coleman, William, 118, 166-7

Coles, John

letter from, 412

and timber for TJ, 412

Coles, John (Boston)

letter from, 246-7

Emblem of the United States of America, 246-7

identified, 247n

Collins, Theophilus, 239, 309

Collis, Solomon, 75n

Colorado River, 47, 50

Columbia, Bank of (Georgetown)

TJ’s account with, 273, 274n, 333

Columbia College, 628n

Columbian Centinel (Boston), 102n, 131n

Columbus, Christopher, 552n

Comfort (schooner), 426n

Commodore Thomas Truxtun’s Vindication (Thomas Truxtun), 268-70, 302

compasses, 107-8

Compendio della storia geografica, naturale, e civile del regno del Chili (Juan Ignacio Molina), 112, 113n

Condit, John

as reference, 496

member of Eighth Congress, 719

dines with TJ, 721, 726

Congregationalists, 552n

CONGRESS, U.S.

Continental

and “Olive Branch Petition,” 166-8

House of Representatives

and L’Enfant’s claim, 55

contested elections to, 336, 337n

appointment of members criticized, 337

preservation of peace in U.S. ports and harbors, 578-9

gunboats, 579

arming merchant vessels, 591-2

and Treasury estimates for 1805, 633n

forms quorum, 654, 663

members return to Washington, 695

and burning of the Philadelphia, 733

message from cited, 733

See also Annual Message to Congress (1804)

Legislation

arming merchant vessels, x, 592

preservation of peace in U.S. ports and harbors, x, 579

cargoes of distressed vessels, 31-2n

and navy appropriations, 34

compensation for diplomats, 48

and L’Enfant’s claim, 55

land grant for Lafayette, 59

and sale of public lands, 63, 70, 642-3

division, government of Louisiana, 123, 237n, 284-5, 649n

and settlement of American debt claims, 537n

Senate

messages to, 702-3, 703-4

and TJ’s nominations, xiii, 690-1n, 693n, 703n, 704n, 711n

arming merchant vessels, 592

transcripts of Senate records, 602

delays in forming quorum, 654, 663

members return to Washington, 695

See also Annual Message to Congress (1804)

Connecticut

elections in, 206, 429

calls for new state constitution, 335, 336n, 337-8

“Sufferers’ Land,” 452-3

See also Federalists; New Haven, Conn.; Republicans

Connecticut Courant (Hartford), 335-6

Connecticut Gazette (New London), 338n

Conrad, Frederick, 717, 723, 726

Conrad, John, & Co. (Philadelphia), 291n

Constellation (U.S. frigate), 63, 66, 129n, 500n

Constitution (U.S. frigate), li, lii, 65, 275n, 499, 500n

Constitution of the United States

and presidential appointments, 3

judicial review, 380

separation of powers, 380

freedom of the press, 380-1, 601

criticism of, 564-7

and apportionment of Congressional representatives, 609

Bill of Rights, 609

and slavery, 609-10

admired by Alexander I of Russia, 654, 655

See also Twelfth Amendment

Cook (Cooke), Mr., 515-16

Cooke, John (Va.), 467

Cooper, Henry, 75-6

Cooper, Thomas, 144

Cooper, Thomas, Jr., 144, 730

Cooper’s Run Church, Ky., 374n

Copenhagen, 628n

Cork, Ireland, 190

corn, 200

Cornells, Alexander (Oche Haujo), 460, 461n

Cornwallis, Charles, Lord, 556

Cosway, Maria Hadfield, xlvii, 495

Cottineau, Dennis, 457

cotton

yellow, 331-2

cultivation of, 332, 642

Cours historique et élémentaire de peinture ou Galerie complette du museum central de France (Antoine Michel Filhol), 645, 646n

COURTS, U.S.

Circuit

District of Columbia, 59-60, 137-9, 209-10, 224-5, 449n, 604-5

appointments to, 121, 449n

District

Orleans Terr., 106, 121, 207, 355

appointments to, 121

Public Opinion

proper sphere of judicial branch, 380

threats to judicial independence, 532, 533n

Supreme Court

payments to, 28n

and Bank of Alexandria, 368, 369n

courts-martial, 202n

Cowes, England, 518n

cowpox. See smallpox

Cox, George, 661, 703

Cox, John, 273, 274n, 333

Coxe, Tench

and divisions among Pa. Republicans, 229-33, 341

electioneering by, 413

Craig, Reuben, 297

Cranch, William

letters from, 209-10, 227

and pardons, 138, 209-10, 227, 391, 486, 501

and Burr conspiracy, 449n

Craven, John H.

dispute with Lilly, 521, 616

letter from cited, 732

letter to cited, 732

Crawford, Lewis, 625

Creighton, William, Jr., 414, 546

Crèvecoeur, Michel Guillaume St. John de, xlvii

crime

riot, 33, 71-2, 92, 93, 224-5, 391, 604-5n

perjury, 59-60, 492n, 559-60, 567n, 687n

stealing, theft, 139n, 209, 227

counterfeiting, 189-90, 637-9, 694-5, 705-6

fraud, 234-5

falsifying wills, 348

slander, 380-1

forgery, 417-18, 422n, 472-3n

assault, 422n, 485, 604-5n

larceny, 604

See also law; murder; pardons; smuggling

Croft, Edward, 142-3, 161

Croghan, Col. George, 102-3, 127-8, 160

Cropper, John, 547n

Crowley, Mark, 33, 72n

Crowley, Thomas, 33, 93

Crowninshield, Jacob

letter to, 127

letter from, 84-6

sends fish to TJ, 84-7, 127, 137n

observations on politics, foreign affairs, 85-6, 127

candidate for appointment, 170

dines with TJ, 715, 720, 726

member of Eighth Congress, 716

Cuba, 86

Cuivre River, 523n

Cumings, Jonathan

letter from, 500

seeks silver mine concession, 500

Cummichael, Mr. (Md.), 347-8

Curling, Robert B., 194-5n

Curtis, William (Va.)

letter to, 248-9

letter from, 299

and estate of Ariana Jenings Randolph, 248-9, 299

identified, 249n

letter from cited, 249n, 730

Cushing, Isaac, 418-21, 422n

Custis, Edmund

letter from, 575

seeks appointment, 575

Cutler, Manasseh, 716, 723

Cutts, Anna Payne, 95

Cutts, Richard

letter from, 95

and glass for TJ, 95, 734

member of Eighth Congress, 716

dines with TJ, 720, 724n

Cybele (French frigate), 396n

Cyclopædia, or An Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences (Ephraim Chambers), 415

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