Volume 44 Index

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D

Daggett, John, 109

Dallas, Alexander J.

letters to, 127-8, 160

letters from, 102-3, 128

and Croghan’s case, 102-3, 127-8, 160

and Cabrera’s claim of diplomatic immunity, 229-30

and divisions among Pa. Republicans, 229-30

and sheriffs’ fees, 232

and eviction of Irvine’s widow, 401

law students of, 413n

as reference, 691n

Damen, Herman Hendrik, 257

Dana, Francis, 532, 533n

Dana, Samuel W., 716

Daniel, Nicholas

letter from cited, 731

Danish West Indies, 75-6n

Darnell, William, 517n

Daugherty, Patrick, 58n

Davenport, John, 716, 724

Davenport, Samuel, 340n

Davenport & Tucker (Boston), 734

Davidson, James, Jr., 190n

Davidson, Samuel

claim regarding alterations to plan of Washington, 76-7, 91-3

Davis, George (surgeon), 274, 275n, 281, 372n

Davis, John, 245n, 601n

Davis, Thomas T.

letter from, 447-8

seeks information on jurisdiction of Indiana Terr. judges, 447-8

Davis, William A., 150-1, 152n

Dawes, Thomas, Jr., 600, 601n

Dawson, John

carries letter to TJ, 556, 557

member of Eighth Congress, 717

dines with TJ, 721, 726

Dawson, Martin

letters to cited, 729, 731

letters from cited, 731

Day, Henny

letter from, 501

petition for pardon, 501

pardoned by TJ, 501n

Dayton, Jonathan, 402, 720, 723

Deakins, Capt., 492

Deane, Mr. (Philadelphia), 369

Dearborn, Dorcas Osgood Marble, 200, 279

DEARBORN, HENRY

Indian Affairs

and public funds for G. Blackburn’s mission, 175, 178-9, 278

and P. Chouteau, 264

and Choctaw debts, 283, 596-7

TJ’s Memorandum on Indian Policy, 570-2

and Indian land cessions, 596-7

settlement of eastern Indians in Louisiana, 597

and Indian trade, 670

and conflict among the Creeks, 691-2

letters to, 178-9, 200-1, 212-13, 256, 314-15, 349-50, 570-2, 631-2, 691-2

letters from, 87, 278, 279, 388-9, 510, 583, 587-8, 594-5, 596-7, 598, 641, 658, 670, 692

Military Affairs

recommends commissions, promotions, 87, 510, 587-8, 598, 641

and W. Irvine’s successor, 200-1, 212-13, 220, 256, 257, 278

and Du Ponts’ gunpowder works, 212-13

and Dunbar and Hunter expedition, 250, 251n

and Louisiana District commandants, 314-15, 388-9, 631-2, 670

redistribution of troops in the west, 349

and TJ’s arrangements for Orleans Terr. government, 349-50

compensation for Tenn. militia, 361n

and Groves, 440

and discharge of John Bryon, 480

attends cabinet meetings, 507

and bill for preservation of peace in harbors and waters, 578, 583

arming of U.S. merchant vessels, 591, 594-5

and bill to regulate the clearance of armed vessels, 594-5

and cases of Vandyke and J. Campbell, 658

advises on annual message to Congress, 662-3, 670

sends list of recess appointments, 692-3

See also War, U.S. Department of

Personal Affairs

health of, 200, 279

visits Maine, 200, 220, 279, 291

receives profile of TJ, 279

returns to Washington, 495

Politics

as reference, 26n, 557

preparing to leave Washington, 105

and elections in eastern states, 279

rumored dissatisfaction with TJ’s administration, 531

Deblois, Lewis, 549

DeButts & Purviance (Leghorn), 419

Debuys, Gaspard

characterized, 16, 19, 20

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

Decatur, James, 499, 500n

Decatur, Stephen, Jr., lii, 661, 703

Declaration of Independence

TJ as author of, 119n

and answer to Lord North’s Conciliatory Proposal, 167

Decout, Jean

letter to, 367

letter from, 286-9

offers medical services to U.S., 286-9, 367

identified, 289n

Defense of the Legislature of Massachusetts, 531-2, 533n

Dei provvedimenti annonarj (Giovanni Fabbroni), 455

De Krafft, Charles, li, 163, 201

De Krafft, Frederick Cornelius, li-lii

Delabigarre, Peter

and character sketches of Orleans residents, 14, 21, 24, 263

characterized, 20, 21, 263

Delacoste, John C.

letter to, 221-2

letter from, 194-5

seeks support for natural history museum, 194-5, 221-2

identified, 195n

DeLacy, John Devereux, 363n, 364

De la méthode iatroliptice, ou observations pratiques sur l’administration des remèdes a l’extérieur, dans le traitement de maladies internes (Jean André Chrestien), 262-3

Delano, Jonathan, 455-6, 474

De la Planche, Jean Lazare, 145, 146, 147n

De la possibilité d’eteindre les dettes publiques (N. D. F. de Saint-Paul), 611

Delaware

Cape Henlopen lighthouse, 154, 155n, 179-80

elections in, 232n, 542-3, 585

Swedes in, 232n

abolition societies in, 509n

millers, 509n

black population of, 542

Kent Co., 542, 543n

New Castle Co., 542, 543n, 701n

Sussex Co., 542, 543n

merchants, 699-700

state constitution, 699-700, 701n

and American Revolution, 699-701

legislature, 700, 701n

notaries public, 700, 701n

militia, 701n

Society of the Cincinnati in, 701n

See also Federalists; Republicans; Wilmington, Del.

Delaware, Bank of, 701

Delaware Bay, 66

Delaware River, 43, 66

Demerara, 195n

De natura rerum (Titus Lucretius Carus), 317, 322, 325n

Denmark, 218n, 301n, 628n

Denna, Mr. (Lancaster, Mass.), 170

Dennis, John, 717

Denniston, David, 149

Denon, Vivant

Voyage dans la Basse et la Haute Égypte, 172

Denoon, Charles, lii

Dent, Charles, 33, 71, 93

Dent, Hatch, 365-6

Dent, John H., 661, 704

Derbigny, Pierre (Peter) Augustin Bourguignon

candidate for appointment, vii, 169, 305, 307, 328, 350, 355, 478, 652-3

characterized, 17, 19, 20, 23, 447, 535

deputy to carry Louisiana memorial, 23, 24n, 255n, 449, 451, 478, 535, 536n, 653n

presumed author of anonymous letter, 555n

Desbureaux, Charles François, 288-9n

Desilets, Mr. (Orleans Terr.)

characterized, 19, 20

Des Moines River, 625

Dessalines, Jean Jacques, 288-9n

Destréhan, Jean Noël

candidate for appointment, vii, 168, 234n, 305, 307, 328, 350, 355, 478, 652-3

characterized, 15, 17, 20, 22, 24, 535

deputy to carry Louisiana memorial, 24, 255n, 449, 451, 478, 535, 653n

Detroit

land office at, 169, 170, 476, 485, 689, 690, 703

collector at, 207n

DeVille, Charles, 37

Dewhurst, Edward, 75-6n

De Witt, Simeon

letter from, 300

sends map to TJ, 300

identified, 300n

letter to cited, 300n, 728

Dexter, Samuel, 4, 6n

D’hébécour, Mr. (Orleans Terr.)

characterized, 18, 20, 21n

Dickerson, Mahlon

offered appointment as U.S. attorney for Orleans Terr., 106, 153, 154-5n, 168, 170, 227-8, 233, 279, 307, 350, 355, 412, 689, 712

considered for U.S. attorney general, 180, 181, 201, 216, 263, 327, 412

health of, 227

Dickey, John, 397n

Dickinson, John, 112, 167, 558, 656, 701

Dickinson, Philemon, 358

Dickson, William

dines with TJ, 715, 723, 727

member of Eighth Congress, 719

Dictionnaire universel d’agriculture (François Rozier), 475, 476n

Didon (French frigate), 396n

Dinsmoor, Silas, 283, 360, 571, 597n

Dinsmore, James

TJ sends instructions to, 137n, 344n

and R. Richardson, 191, 226, 290

housejoiner at Monticello, 226, 427

and G. Fitz, 407

TJ’s memorandum of tasks for, 427

letter from cited, 732

letters to cited, 732

Direct Tax (1798), 142, 161, 621

disease. See illness and disease

District of Columbia

courts, 59-60, 137-9, 209-10, 224-5, 449n, 604-5

U.S. attorney, 172-3, 189-90, 203, 213-14, 689, 702, 712

See also Alexandria, D.C.; Georgetown, D.C.; Washington, D.C.

Dixon, John (Alexandria), 138

Dobrée, Thomas, 172n

Dobson, Thomas, 290, 291n

Dodge, James, 661, 704

Dog Soldier (Soldat du Chien, Osage leader)

letter to, 95-6

receives peace medal, xlviii, 73, 74n, 96

speech by, 73-4

identified, 74n

assured of TJ’s friendship, 95-6

Doherty, George

letter from, 360-1

seeks compensation for militia service, 360-1

identified, 361n

Domestic Medicine (William Buchan), 55

Donaldson, William, 238, 309

Donath, Joseph

letter from, 76

TJ orders glass from, 76, 252

payments to, 333

donkeys, 97, 98n

Donoughue (Donnahoo), Patrick, 33

Doolittle, Amos B., 279n

Dorsey, Dr. (Md.), 564

Dorsey, John Sword, 499, 500n

Dorsière, Eugene

characterized, 15, 17-18, 19, 20, 22

candidate for appointment, 169, 305

recommends aspirants for office, 330n

Dorville, Francisco

letter from, 449-52

and Louisiana memorial, 449-52

D’Oubril, Pierre, 185

Dougherty, Joseph

house of, 50-1

and death of R. Bailey, 408

Douglas, John Erskine, 301n

Douglass, John, 230, 548

Douglass, Joseph (Md.), 547n

Dover, Pa., 386

Dow, Angélica Monsanto, 24n

Dow, Robert

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

characterized, 20, 22, 309

and Wilkinson, 24n

recommended for appointment, 238, 309

declines appointment, 712

Downs, Martin, 33

D’Oyley, Daniel, 142-3, 161, 228, 279, 574

Drake, Daniel, 577n

Drake, Francis (British diplomat), 255n

Drake, Joseph, 75n

Drayton, John, 392

Driver (British sloop of war), 301n, 396n

Duane, William

and J. Sergeant, 228n

and divisions among Pa. Republicans, 229-30, 233n

assault on in 1801, 232, 233n

publishes TJ’s annual message, 685n, 697

advises on appointments, 732

letter from cited, 732

See also Aurora (Philadelphia)

Dublin, 261

Dubuche (Dubouclet?), Mr. (Orleans Terr.), 239, 309

Duckett, Allen Bowie

letter from, 448-9

recommends aspirant for office, 448-9, 465

identified, 449n

Duckett, John Bowie, 172-3, 214, 256

Duckett, Thomas, 449n

Ducourneau, Simon

characterized, 17, 19, 20

duels, 233n, 243, 249n

See also Burr, Aaron; Hamilton, Alexander

Duffy, Thomas (Thomas Rustic)

letter from, 137-9

petitions for pardon, 137-9, 157, 171, 604-5

identified, 139n

pardoned by TJ, 139n, 605n

Dufief, Nicolas Gouin

letter from, 443-4

offers books from Franklin’s library, 415n

Nature Displayed, 443-4

sends his book to TJ, 443-4

Dufour, John James, 63

Duhamel du Monceau, Henri Louis

Traité des arbres et arbustes, 645

Dumas, Joseph, 364

Dumfries, Va., 185

Dunbar, John D., 26n

Dunbar, William

letter to, 103-4

letters from, 250-1, 534-6, 693-4

instructions for western expedition, 103-4, 105-6, 212

proposes exploration of the Ouachita River, 250-1

and speculation in W. Fla. lands, 314n

reports preparations for expedition, 534-6

characterizes deputation carrying Louisiana memorial, 535

reports on progress of expedition, 693-4

See also Dunbar and Hunter expedition

Dunbar and Hunter expedition

G. Hunter joins, 250, 536

boat for, 250-1, 534-5, 693

preparation and supplies for, 250-1

soldiers join expedition, 534-5

astronomical observations, 535, 693-4

journals of, 693

Dundas, John, 225

Dunham, Barnabas, 40

Dunmore, John Murray, fourth Earl of, 168n, 205, 214

Dunn, James (Alexandria), 138

Duplantier, Armand Gabriel Allard

characterized, 20, 22

recommended for appointment, 23

Duplessis, Francis

characterized, 16, 18, 20, 309

recommended for appointment, 239, 309

recommends aspirants for office, 330n

Du Ponceau, Peter Stephen, 364

du Pont, Victor Marie

letters to, 61, 213

letter from, 96

loan to French government, 11n

makes payments for TJ, 61, 68, 69, 96, 120-1

TJ forwards letter to, 213

Du Pont (de Nemours), Père, Fils et Compagnie, 96, 120-1

du Pont de Nemours, Éleuthère Irénée, 10, 11

Du Pont de Nemours, Françoise Robin Poivre, 10, 11

Du Pont de Nemours, Pierre Samuel

letters from, 9-11, 462-3

considers emigrating to Louisiana, 9-11, 462-3

loan to French government, 10, 11

promotes family gunpowder business, 10, 11, 212-13

and J. Armstrong, 120

and Louisiana Purchase, 120

TJ’s opinion of, 120

Duralde, Martin Milony, 239, 309

Durrett, John, 416, 417n

Duvall, Gabriel

letters from, 153, 239, 340, 375

advises on appointments, 142

and I. Neufville, 153, 161, 239, 364, 375

sends circular letters, 186n

and Duckett, 256

and commissioner of loans for S.C., 315, 340

as reference, 458

carries pamphlets for TJ, 557

and J. F. Mercer, 568n

Duvall, Lewis, 489, 491

Dwight, Thomas, 716, 723

Dyer, Henry O., 333

Dyer & Smith (Georgetown), 273, 274n

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