Volume 44 Index

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G

Gabriac, Mr., 421

Gadsden, Christopher, 392

Gaillard, John, 719, 721

Gaines, Edmund P., 26, 31, 306, 360n, 690, 703, 711

Gaines, Ren. I.

letter from cited, 732

GALLATIN, ALBERT

letters to, 31-2, 70-1, 161, 179-80, 196, 201, 279-80, 327-9, 361-2, 474, 526, 632, 705-6

letters from, 25-7, 27-8, 57, 106-7, 141-2, 142-3, 153-5, 227-9, 263-7, 315-16, 345-6, 412-13, 455-6, 463, 480, 524, 536-7, 546-7, 555, 598, 603-4, 619, 629, 632-3, 642-3, 659, 670-1, 671-5, 676-7, 677-8, 678, 686, 694-5

Personal Affairs

visit to New York, 27-8, 31, 105, 202

asked for assistance by poor, unemployed, 93, 480

asked to sit for Peale, 259

portrait of, 259n

returns to Washington, 315, 350, 355, 412

Politics

favors removal of Federalists in New England, 26

observations on death of Hamilton, 107

opposes Alien and Sedition acts, 347, 349n

Secretary of the Treasury

advises on appointments, 24, 26, 106-7, 141-3, 153-5, 161, 169, 170n, 179-80, 181, 196, 201, 216, 227-9, 263-4, 278, 279-80, 315-16, 327-8, 412-13, 455-6, 463-4, 474, 547n, 619, 629, 632

arming of U.S. merchant vessels, 25, 264, 327, 671

cargoes of distressed vessels, 25, 26n, 31

Mobile collection district, 26, 671-2

sends lists of Treasury warrants, 27-8n

Louisiana boundaries, 50, 672

renewal of Gibson’s commission, 57

sale of public lands, 70-1, 106, 107n, 642-3

applications to, for appointments, 163, 228n, 316n

trade with western Indians, 264

and the Eugenia, 265-7, 327, 345-6

commissioner of loans for S.C., 315

defense of U.S. coasts and harbors, 361-2, 671

electioneering by federal officeholders, 413

list of candidates for minister to Spain, 463-4

as reference, 491

attends cabinet meetings, 507

and delinquent accounts, 524, 526, 546-7

condemnation of schooner Eliza, 533-4, 603-4

delivery of Louisiana Purchase stock, 536-7, 672-3

recommends removals from office, 546-7

accusations against Wilkinson, 555

forwards anonymous letter, 555

request for Spanish land records, 598

Treasury estimates for 1805, 632-3

duties on personal baggage, 659

advises on annual message to Congress, 662-3, 670-5, 676-8

repair of navy vessels, 663, 674

state of public finances, 663, 670-1, 676-8

use of military volunteers, 663, 674, 675n

discharge of public debt, 670-1, 676-8

claims convention with Spain, 671-2

appointment of Louisiana District commandants, 673

questions expectations regarding Mediterranean squadron, 673

supports TJ’s gunboat policy, 674

and impressments, 674-5

and counterfeiting, 686, 694-5, 705-7

See also Treasury, U.S. Department of the

Gallatin, Hannah Nicholson, 27

galleys, 709, 710n

Gallo, Marzio Mastrilli, Marchese di, 318, 322

Galloway, William, 60n

Gálvez, María Rosa de, 473n

Gamble, James

letter from, 547-8

explains opposition to M. Leib, 547-8

requests information on Philadelphia prisoners, 548

gambling, 473n

Gano, John S., 577n

Gantt, Edward, 333

Gantt, William S., 467

Garland, William G., 690

Garrard, James, 374

Garrett, Alexander, 482

Garrity, Timothy, 33

Gates, Horatio

letter from, 556-7

observations on harbor defense, 556

recommends aspirants for office, 556-7

and battle of Camden, 699

Gavino, John, 218-19n, 252

Gazette of the United States (Philadelphia), 131n

Gelston, David

letter from, 414

gives printing contracts to opposition newspapers, 149-52, 180

forwards items for TJ, 202, 414

and the Eugenia, 266-7n, 327, 328n

family of, 329n

and charts of New York harbor, 362

Gelston, John M.

letter to, 537-8

letter from, 329

and death of H. B. Trist, 329, 520-1, 537, 613

forwards petition of New Orleans merchants, 329, 613

identified, 329n

death of, 411, 613, 616

and recommendation of W. Brown, 537-8, 542, 613

Geneva, 145, 146

Genoa, Italy, 18, 173, 419, 695

Georgetown, D.C.

free blacks in, 209-10

postmaster, 474n

George Washington (U.S. ship), 420

Georgia

land speculation, 41

and Twelfth Amendment, 274-5, 281

Franklin Co., 334

and French privateers, 354, 363

hurricanes in, 410

St. Simons Island, 410

Clarksborough, 459

Yazoo land grants, 531

and Spanish possession of the Floridas, 617

U.S. attorney for, 617-18

counterfeiting in, 639n

See also Savannah, Ga.

Germantown, battle of, 497n

Germany

immigrants from, 62-3, 70-1, 186n, 502n

threatened by France, 498

See also Hamburg, Germany; Prussia

Ghiselin, Reverdy, 563

Giannini, Anthony, 416, 417n

Gibbs, Abraham, 143n, 497, 500n

Gibbs, Caleb, 169, 314, 389, 711

Gibraltar, 173, 218-19n, 512, 513-14

Gibson, John, 57, 90, 689, 702, 711

Gibson & Jefferson

handles shipments for TJ, 76, 162, 346-7, 407, 482, 570

handles TJ’s business affairs in Richmond, 159, 482, 729

payments to, 273, 333, 482n

TJ’s account with, 475, 502-3, 518

See also Jefferson, George

Gilchrist, Adam, 328-9n

Giles, William Branch

letter from, 211

introduces W. Newsum, Jr., 211

elected to U.S. Senate, 221

member of Eighth Congress, 719

dines with TJ, 720, 726

Gillespie, James

declines dinner invitation, 715, 726, 727n

member of Eighth Congress, 718

death of, 722, 724n

dines with TJ, 722

Gillet & Townsend (New Haven, Conn.), 75n

Gilman, Nicholas, 335, 351n, 440

Gilmer, George, 687

Gilmer, Peachy Ridgeway, 520

Gilmer, Rodominick H.

letter from, 686-7

seeks appointment, 686-8

claims acquaintance with TJ, 687

identified, 687n

Gilmor, Robert, 418-19

Gilpin, George, 225

ginger, 190

Gireaudeau, Mr. (Orleans Terr.)

characterized, 17, 19, 20

Girod, J. F., & Chol, 90-1

Glasgow, 255n, 695

glass, 76, 95, 137, 252, 734

Glatz, Germany, 515, 612

Goddard, Calvin, 716

Goddard, Ebenezer, 266, 267n, 346n

Godoy y Álavarez de Faria, Manuel de, 647-8

Goetschius, John M., 695

Goforth, William, Jr., 650-1

Goldsborough, Charles W.

letter from, 222

forwards letters for TJ, 222

Goldsmith, Oliver, 499-500

Good Hope, Cape of, 268-9, 591, 595

Goodrich, Hezekiah, 338n

Goodwyn, Peterson, 718, 721

Goosely, George, 426

Gordon & Co. (Jerez), 396, 397n

Gore, Christopher, 659

Gothenburg, Sweden, 218n

Gouan, Antoine

letter from, 614-15

sends writings, seeds to TJ, 614-15

identified, 615n

Gourlay, Robert, 249n

Grace, Walter, 346n

Grand, Ferdinand, 128

Grand, Ferdinand, Jr., 128

Grand & Cie., 599n

Granger, Gideon

letters from, 206-7, 335-6, 350-1, 429

advises on appointments, 75, 180, 310

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

sends election news to TJ, 206, 335, 350, 429

establishment of post road between Washington and New Orleans, 206-7

forwards letters to TJ, 206-7

and J. W. Gurley, 310, 350

and changes to mail routes in Pa., 335, 336n, 384-7

sends news of New England politics to TJ, 335-6

letter to cited, 336n, 731

and Louisiana memorial, 350-1

and R.I. loan office, 429

Grant, Mr. (Albemarle Co., Va.), 687

Granville, John Carteret, first Earl of, 336, 337n

Gratiot, Charles, 649n

Gratiot, Charles, Jr., 87

Graves, France, 68

Gray, Edwin, 718, 721

Gray, George, 623n

Gray, Thomas (Tenn.), 732

GREAT BRITAIN

Foreign Relations

threat of war with Spain, 432, 434, 435n

Navy

British frigates in U.S. harbors, ix-x, 85, 127, 300-1, 354, 355, 364, 396, 402-3, 529-30, 556, 578, 629, 664, 671, 674-5, 680

blockades ports in W. Indies, 85

blockades ports in Europe, 186n, 514-15, 707

and Haitian Revolution, 289n

Politics and Government

change of ministry, 217n, 403

journal of House of Commons, 414-15

and Sierra Leone Company, 623, 625n

Science and Learning

Board of Longitude, 438

patents, 438

U.S. Relations with

violations of U.S. sovereignty, ix-x, 85-6, 127, 224, 253-4, 300-1, 328, 364, 578, 629, 663-4, 671, 674-5, 680

blockades in W. Indies, 85

interference with U.S. shipping, 85-6, 127, 216n, 218n, 265-7, 300-1, 327-8, 345-6, 354, 355, 364, 396

emigrants to U.S., 88n, 238

and trade with Ottomans, 354n

and Indian affairs, 377

convention on U.S. boundaries, 435n

trade with U.S., 442

resolution of debt claims, 659n, 671, 676-9, 684

See also impressment; Jay Treaty

War with France

alleged alliance with Bourbons, 200, 223-4

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

execution of the Duc d’Enghien, 255n

Great Miami River, 588n

Great Track (Grand Piste, Cashesegra, Osage leader), 100, 101n, 103, 656, 657

Green, Thomas Marston, 188

Greene, Griffin, 26-7, 154, 170, 181

Greene, Philip

recommended, appointed collector at Marietta, 27n, 154, 170, 179, 181, 690, 702

Greenlaw, David, 639, 705-6, 707

Greenleaf, James, 26n

Greenock, Scotland, 255n

Greensburg, Pa., 384

Greenup, Christopher

letter from, 551

recommends aspirants for office, 30n, 551

elected governor of Ky., 209

Greenville, Treaty of, 589n

Gregg, Aaron, 587

Gregg, Andrew, 341, 717, 722

Griffin, Burgess

letter to cited, 732

Griffin, John, 447-8

Griffin, Larkin, 661, 704

Griffin, Thomas, 717, 724

Griffith, Dennis, 263

Griswold, Gaylord, 716

Griswold, Roger, 663, 716

Groves, Matthew

letter from, 437-41

astronomical quadrant, 437-8, 441n

method of calculating longitude, 437-9, 441n

seeks appointment, 437-41

Grymes, Charles Wyndham, 249

Grymes, Philip, 248, 299

Grymes, Philip Ludwell, 248, 249n

Guillot, Pierre

characterized, 16, 19, 20, 23, 479

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

gunboats

and defense of U.S. harbors, x, 127, 328, 556, 667-8, 674, 683

and Preble’s attack on Tripoli, lii

Gunboat No. 1, 33, 36, 51, 127, 129

instructions for commanders of, 33, 51

recruitment of crews, 33

construction of, 33-4, 36, 355, 395, 663, 667, 676, 683

distribution of, 33-4, 36

officers, 51, 94, 115, 129

Gunboat No. 2, 127

sent to south Atlantic ports, 127

hire of, in the Mediterranean, 177, 275n, 354n, 499, 500n

Gunboat No. 5, 395, 396n

legislation concerning, 579

advantages of, 667-8, 683, 709-10

cost of building, maintaining, 674

criticized by Federalists, 674

gun carriages, 37

gunner’s rules, 60-1n

gunpowder, 10, 11, 212-13

Gurley, John Ward, 52-3, 310, 350, 351n

Guy, Richard, 88n

gypsum, 635

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