Volume 44 Index

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F

Fabbroni, Giovanni

letter from, 455

Dei provvedimenti annonarj, 455

Fabius (ship), 382-3

Fahey, Mark, 33, 71, 93

Fairfax, Ferdinando

letter to, 390

letter from, 367-9

asks TJ for a loan, xii, 367-9, 390

offers to sell iron works to the government, 367-8, 390

letter from cited, 369n

Fame (ship), 630

Farjon, Thérèse

letter to, 78-9

Ursuline Nuns property rights confirmed by TJ, 78-9, 102, 226

Farquhar, Richard, 198

Farthing, John H., 426

Faujas de Saint-Fond, Barthélemy

Essai de géologie, 501-2, 525

Faurie, Joseph

characterized, 15, 17, 19, 20, 23

recommended for appointment, 23

candidate for appointment, 234, 305

recommends aspirants for office, 330n

Faurrat, Marc Antoine, 422n

Favorite (ship), 28

Favorite (sloop), 252

Faw, Abraham, 225

Federalists

Federalist opposition gives TJ confidence, xi, 258

and TJ’s dinner guest records, xi-xii, 724-5n

and death of Hamilton, l, 107, 232, 302

in Mass., 26, 85, 206, 350, 530-3, 707

removal of, expected, urged, 26, 232, 302, 509, 543-4, 574, 585, 656, 700

and navy, 63, 67, 674, 676

printers, newspapers, 63, 67, 101-2, 104n, 118-19, 129-30, 131n, 150-1, 152n, 166-8, 180, 335-6, 511, 567, 647, 674, 696-7, 707, 709n

receive printing contracts, 75, 149-52, 180

in Miss. Terr., 83

accused of lies, misrepresentations, 85, 110, 111-12, 167, 206, 257, 511, 654

decline, demise of, 85, 110, 111, 127, 707-8

in N.H., 85, 350, 351n, 550, 707

and Louisiana, 101-2

print Claiborne’s letters, 101-2

and Osage delegation, 104n

attack TJ’s private affairs, 110

leaders irreconcilable, 110, 530, 707-8

and election of 1804, 111-12

influence TJ’s decision to seek reelection, 111-12, 654

and TJ’s involvement with “Olive Branch Petition,” 118-19

plan to separate eastern states from union, 127

in Conn., 206, 335, 336n, 337-8, 429, 707

in Pa., 220-1, 231, 232, 257-8, 302

seek to divide Republicans, 220-1, 257-8

benefit from Republican divisions, 231

recommended for appointments, 245-6

attorneys dominated by, 310-11, 622

possess more professional talents than Republicans, 310-11

find asylum in western territories, 311

in New England, 335

in N.C., 336, 337n

in Md., 347-8, 511, 559-64, 566

judiciary dominated by, 380, 532

fear ignorance of the people, 381

hope for war to regain influence, 433, 530

in S.C., 528-9, 573-4

clergy allied with, 530, 531-2

and Great Britain, 530, 566

encourage sectional divisions, 530-1, 533n, 708n

and Twelfth Amendment, 531, 533n

in Del., 542-4

criticism of, during Adams’s administration, 619-22

social intercourse with Republicans, 646-7

disapprove of newspaper attacks on TJ, 647

in Ohio, 651

and gunboats, 674

criticize Latrobe’s management of public buildings, 696-7

criticize TJ at public dinners, 707, 708n

and impeachment of judges, 708n

and Louisiana Purchase, 708n

in Va., 709n

Fenner, Arthur, 429

Fenner, James, 634n

Fenno, John, 130, 131n

Ferdinand IV, King of Naples (and King of Sicily), 498

Ferebee, Thomas C., 690, 702

Ferguson, Hugh, 400

Ferrand, Louis, 549

Few, William, 77, 689, 702

Filhol, Antoine Michel

Cours historique et élémentaire, 645, 646n

Finch, Edmund, Jr., 75n

Finch, Susannah Bolton

letter from, 88

asks TJ for money, 88

identified, 88n

Finch, William, 88n

Finch, William Bolton, 88n

Findley, William, 717, 721, 726

Finlay, William M.

letter from, 251

forwards essay on equinoxes to American Philosophical Society, 251

identified, 251n

fish

preservation of, 87

as food for slaves, 190

See also food and drink

Fisher, William, 690

Fishkill, N.Y., 509n

Fitz, Gideon

letter to, 407

letter from, 554-5

assists R. Claiborne with invention, 84

and recovery of mammoth bones, 407, 554-5

Fitzhugh, Nicholas

letters from, 209-10, 227, 604-5

and pardons, 60, 138, 209-10, 227, 391, 486, 604-5

and Burr conspiracy, 449n

Fitzpartner (horse), 195

Fitzpatrick, Thomas

location of, unknown, 122, 126, 169, 410

appointed register, 170, 476, 485, 689, 703

FitzSimons, Thomas, 254n, 281

Flaherty, James, 33

Fleischer, William

letter to, 525-6

letter from, 501-2

forwards letter, book to TJ, 501-2, 525

identified, 502n

payment to, 525

TJ asks for titles and prices from, 525-6, 644, 645

Flint River, 459-61

Flora Boreali-Americana (André Michaux), 143, 645

Florence, 112, 331

Florence, Treaty of (1801), 316, 319, 321, 323, 325n

Florida

W. Fla. claimed as part of Louisiana, ix, 185, 301n, 312

Spanish armed vessels in W. Fla., 36

calls to exchange part of Louisiana for, 47, 50, 409, 704-5

U.S. urged to acquire, 86, 466, 528n, 617

post road through W. Fla., 206, 256-7, 292-3

unrest among Americans in W. Fla., 217n, 358

land sales in W. Fla. by Spain, 309, 312, 313-14n, 705

Spanish forces in, 363n, 704

See also Baton Rouge, La.; Mobile, W. Fla.; Perdido (Perdigo) River

flour, 11n

Folch y Juan, Vicente

and Mobile collection district, 12, 35, 36n, 48, 312

and postal service through W. Fla., 206, 292, 293n

and reinforcement of Spanish posts, 364

and cargo of the Mary, 365

visits New Orleans, 639-40, 704-5

food and drink

fruit, 68

cod sounds and tongues, 87, 127, 136, 137n

halibut, 87, 127

butter, 93n, 190

strawberries, 112

cheese, 136, 215

sausages, 136

macaroni, 137

pecans, 137

prunes, 137, 383

sugar, 137

beef, 190

herring, 190

pork, 190

poultry, 341

preserved fruits, 382-4, 493

apricots, 383

peaches, 383

oranges, 492

almonds, 493

figs, 493

See also wine

Forbes, John Murray, 186n

Forfait, Pierre Alexandre

Lettres d’un observateur sur la marine, 556, 557n

Forrest, Uriah

letters from cited, 210n, 227n, 728

Fortier, Jacques

letter from, 449-52

and Louisiana memorial, 449-52

Fortier, Michel (1750-1819)

characterized, 16, 18, 20

and threat of slave insurrection in New Orleans, 411n

Fortune, Michael

letter from, 179

“Acquisition of Louisiana,” 179

Fossett, Edith Hern (1787-1854, TJ’s slave), 408

Foster, John (mariner), 87

Foster, Theodore

seeks appointment, 77, 180, 729

letter from cited, 729

Fourth of July. See Independence Day

Foutenet (Fontenot, Fonteneau?), Mr. (Orleans Terr.), 239, 309

Fowler, George

letter from, 576

asks for return of letter, 576

letter from cited, 576n, 731

Fowler, John, 719, 723

Fox, Josiah, 34

FRANCE

Foreign Relations

with Russia, 185n, 498

with Sweden, 185n, 498

and Electorate of Baden, 217n

with Spain, 432-3

with Germany, 498

Law

bankruptcy, 516

Navy

frigates at New York, 396, 674-5

and harbor defense, 556, 557n

Politics and Government

imperial government established, 186n, 216, 219n, 290n

See also Napoleon, Emperor of the French (Napoleon Bonaparte)

Science and Learning

system of secondary schools, 145, 146, 147n

U.S. Relations with

and crew of the Philadelphia, x, 275n

French privateers in W. Indies, x, 85-6, 127, 254n, 354, 363, 533-4, 578, 591, 664-5, 680

change in form of French government, xiii, 216, 219n, 253, 290n, 362-3

emigrants to U.S., 23-4, 110n, 143n, 193n, 195n

French prizes brought to New Orleans, 35, 36n, 363-5

American debt claims, 110n, 185-6, 199, 217-19n, 234, 252-4, 393, 423, 435, 537n, 677-9, 684

and Louisiana boundary, 185n

declining influence in Louisiana, 224

and British violations of U.S. neutrality, 253-4

impressments by French frigates, 301, 674-5

French privateers in Mediterranean, 418, 422n

See also Haiti (Saint-Domingue); Louisiana Purchase; New Orleans

War with Britain

alleged alliance between Britain and Bourbons, 200, 223-4

blockade of French frigates in U.S. ports, 254n

execution of the Duc d’Enghien, 255n

Francis, Tench, 66

Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor, 498

Frankfurt am Main, 502n

Franklin, Benjamin

and G. Croghan’s silver, 103, 127-8, 160

and “Olive Branch Petition,” 167

library of, 415

Franklin stove, 636

Franklin, Jesse, 719, 722

Franklin, William Temple, 128, 160, 415n

Frazer, Mr.

letter from cited, 131n

Frazier, James, 546-7

Fredericksburg, Va., 274

Freeman, Constant, 250, 251n, 411, 534

Freeman, John

asks TJ to purchase himself and Melinda Colbert, 97, 195

contract for TJ’s purchase of, 139-41, 273

manumission of, 139-41

description of, 141n

payments to, 141n

Freeman, Melinda Colbert

engagement to John Freeman, 97-8, 195

offered to TJ, 97-8, 195

Freeman’s Journal and Philadelphia Daily Advertiser, 232n

French, Daniel

letter from, 39-46

seeks support for steamboat plan, 39-46

identified, 46n

French, Eben

letter from, 618

asks TJ for money, 618

French and Indian War, 377

French language

knowledge of, desired in Louisiana appointees, vii-viii, 9-11, 168-9, 238-9, 263, 307-8

Freneau, Peter

letters from, 34-5, 528-9

recommends aspirants for office, 34-5, 77n, 161, 228, 279-80, 315

introduces Moser, 528-9

sends news of S.C. elections, 528-9

Frere, John Hookham, 432, 435n

Friends, Society of

and Indians, 178-9, 610n

in Va., 374n

in N.Y., 429n

and slavery, 429n, 610n

in Pa., 610n

in N.J., 628n

“A Friend to Merit” (pseudonym)

letter from, 489-92

advises on commissioner of loans candidates, 489-92

Fromentin, Eligius, 649n

Fulton, Robert, 46n

fur and peltry trade, 523n, 635

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