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Aaron (Hebrew priest; Moses’s brother), 6:616

Aaron (slave)

  • and H. Marks’s estate, 4:511

Abarca de Bolea, Pedro Pablo, Conde de Aranda

  • orders census in Spain, 9:440, 9:441n

Abbaye Royale de Panthémont

  • and education of M. J. Randolph, 8:513, 8:513n

“Abbe Salemankis”

  • letters from, 2:263
  • Letters of Abbe Salemankis to a Friend in Ireland, 2:263, 2:296
  • letters to, 2:296

Abbey (Abby) (TJ’s slave; b. 1804)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:385, 5:462, 6:308, 8:61, 8:255

Abbey (TJ’s slave)

  • on Poplar Forest slave list, 4:382

Abbott, Mr.

  • and P. Mazzei’s Richmond property, 5:562, 5:598

Abbott, Thomas Jefferson

  • letter from, 8:74
  • requests assistance from TJ, 8:74

Abby (TJ’s slave; b. 1753)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:385, 5:462, 6:308, 6:308, 8:60, 8:255
  • spinner, 4:380

L’Abeille Américaine, Journal Historique, Politique et Littéraire, 10:580

Abell, Jesse

  • sells TJ a mule, 9:111, 9:111, 9:112n

Abell, John S.

  • petition to General Assembly, 4:346–4:349

Abeona (brig)

  • sinking of, 10:484–10:485, 10:485n

Abercrombie, John

  • The Gardener’s Pocket Dictionary, 2:83
  • The Propagation and Botanical Arrangements of Plants and Trees, 10:357

Abigail (C. L. Bankhead’s slave), 8:395

Abigail (Old Testament figure), 6:623

Abney, William

  • federal tax assessor, 8:257n

Aborn, Henry, 2:399n

Aboville, François Marie, chevalier (later comte) d’

  • and opossums, 7:210, 7:211n

Abraham (Old Testament patriarch), 6:466, 7:220, 8:189

Abraham H. Quincy & Son (Boston firm), 5:110n

Abrahams, A. D., 2:118

Abram (TJ’s slave; b. ca. 1740)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:386

Abram (TJ’s slave; b. ca. 1794)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387

Abrégé du Système de la Nature, de Linné, Histoire des Mammaires (J. E. Gilibert), 7:626

An Abridgement of Ainsworth’s Dictionary (R. Ainsworth; ed. T. Morell), 8:660, 9:274, 9:464, 9:538, 9:639

Un Abridgment des plusieurs cases et resolutions del Common Ley (H. Rolle), 3:546, 7:126

Abridgment of the Public Permanent Laws of Virginia (E. Randolph), 8:630

Abridgment of Universal History (La Croix), 8:629, 8:632n

An Abridgment of Waldo’s Rudiments of English Grammar (J. Waldo), 7:320, 7:320n

Acacia farnesiana. See sweet acacia

Acacia nilotica. See gum arabic tree

Académie des Sciences et Beaux-Arts des États-Unis, 3:472n

Académie Française, 3:xlvi, 6:405–6:406, 6:407n

Acconci, Francesco

  • family of, 9:673

Acconci, Giovan Battista

  • witnesses will, 9:673

An Account of Expeditions to the Sources of the Mississippi (Z. M. Pike), 3:309, 3:309n, 4:354n, 4:445, 4:457n, 6:374, 6:413, 7:31

An Account of the American Antiquarian Society, 7:47, 7:47n

An Account of the Bilious remitting Yellow Fever, as It Appeared in the City of Philadelphia, in the year 1793 (B. Rush), 10:130–10:131, 10:146n

An Account of the Experiment made … on board the Union Hospital Ship (J. C. Smyth), 10:136, 10:147n

An Account of the life, writings, and inventions of John Napier, of Merchiston (D. S. E. Buchan and W. Minto), 5:416, 7:252, 7:253n, 7:255, 9:228–9:229, 9:229n

“Account of the Origin of the Yellow Fever which prevailed in the City of New-York in the Summer of 1798” (J. McKnight), 10:134, 10:147n

An Account of the People called Shakers (T. Brown), 7:555, 7:555n, 7:633, 8:469, 8:469n

Acherley, Roger

  • J. Adams on, 4:474

Achilles (mythological character), 7:477, 9:432

achilles tendon

  • cut, 2:438

acid, marine (hydrochloric, muriatic), 4:8, 4:8n

acoustics

  • study of, 7:638, 7:639, 7:686

Acta Sanctorum (J. de Bolland and others), 7:220, 8:558–8:563, 8:656–8:657, 8:682, 9:431–9:432

An Act authorising William Waller Hening to Publish an Edition of certain Laws of this Commonwealth, and for other purposes (1808), 8:349n

An Act authorizing a Regular Force for the Defence of the Commonwealth (1815), 8:165, 8:166n

An Act authorizing a subscription for the laws of the United States, and for the distribution thereof (1814), 8:152n

An Act authorizing William Wood of the County of Albemarle, to open and improve the navigation of the Rivannah River, and for other purposes (1814), 8:166, 8:184

An Act, concerning appeals and proceedings in Chancery (1816), 10:189, 10:190n

An Act concerning Consuls and Vice-Consuls (1792), 4:212–4:213n

An Act concerning Election of Members of General Assembly (1787), 5:667–5:668, 5:668n

An Act concerning Executions, and for other purposes (1814), 8:46, 8:525, 8:527n

An Act concerning Grand Juries, Petit Juries, and Venire-men (1792), 10:498, 10:499n

An Act concerning the Bank of Virginia and Farmers’ Bank of Virginia (1814), 8:35, 8:36n

An Act concerning the clearing of the North Fork of James River (1794), 10:614, 10:614

An Act concerning the commercial intercourse between the United States and Great Britain and France (1810), 7:41, 7:44n, 10:290, 10:291–10:292n

An Act concerning the convention to regulate the commerce between the territories of the United States and his Britannic Majesty (1816), 9:551n

An Act directing the publication and distribution of the Journals of the Conventions which assembled in Virginia in the years 1775 and 1776 (1816), 9:364n

An Act erecting Louisiana into two territories, and providing for the temporary government thereof (1804), 2:521

An Act fixing the military peace establishment of the United States (1815), 8:443, 8:444n

An Act for an amicable settlement of limits with the State of Georgia; and authorizing the establishment of a government in the Mississippi Territory (1798), 2:521

An Act for establishing a College in the county of Albemarle (1816), 10:474

An Act for granting lands to the inhabitants and settlers at Vincennes and the Illinois country (1791), 3:70, 3:73n, 3:123

Act for regulating Conveyances (1792), 7:535, 7:535n

An Act for the apportionment of Representatives among the several States, according to the third enumeration (1811), 8:594, 8:596n

An Act for the assessment and collection of direct taxes and internal duties (1813), 6:397, 6:398n, 6:398, 6:398, 6:399n, 6:401, 6:401, 6:411, 7:45–7:46n, 8:126, 9:511

An Act for the better organization of the general staff of the Army of the United States (1813), 6:28n

An Act for the more perfect organization of the Army of the United States (1812), 5:255, 5:257n

An Act for the relief of Oliver Evans (1808), 6:353, 6:354n, 6:379, 6:385, 6:455, 6:455, 6:455, 6:457n, 7:108, 7:109n, 7:171, 7:171, 7:173n

An Act further providing for the government of the territory of Orleans (1805), 2:521

An Act Imposing Taxes for the support of Government (1814), 8:169, 8:393–8:394n

An Act laying an embargo on all ships and vessels in the ports and harbours of the United States (1813), 7:70n, 8:532–8:533, 8:533–8:534n

An Act making appropriations for repairing or rebuilding the public buildings within the city of Washington (1815), 8:313, 8:314–8:315n, 8:591, 8:592, 8:596n

An Act making further provision for filling the ranks of the army of the United States (1814), 8:575n

An Act more effectually to prevent the circulation of notes emitted by unchartered banks (1816), 9:286, 9:287n

Acton, Thomas Harman

  • Reports of Cases Argued and Determined, 3:514n

An Act providing for the distribution of the printed edition of the Journals of the Conventions of one thousand seven hundred and seventy-five, and one thousand seven hundred and seventy-six (1817), 9:364–9:365n

An Act, releasing the Commonwealth’s right to lands, in certain cases, and vesting in the Commonwealth, in certain cases, the title to the undisposed of residuum of personal estates (1813), 9:495, 9:498n

An Act respecting claims to land in the territories of Orleans and Louisiana (1807), 9:585–9:586n

Acts passed at a Congress of the United States of America, begun … in the Year 1789, 3:546

An Act to amend and explain the Act, entitled ‘An act concerning Taxes on Lands’ (1814), 10:464, 10:465n

An Act to amend the act, intituled, ‘an act to establish an academy in the county of Albemarle, and for other purposes’ (1804), 8:93, 8:93n

An Act to amend the judicial system of the United States (1802), 3:127, 3:129n

An Act to authorize a loan for a sum not exceeding three millions of dollars (1814), 8:111n

An act to authorize a loan for a sum not exceeding twenty-five millions of dollars (1814), 8:194, 8:195n

An act to authorize the issuing of treasury notes for the service of the year one thousand eight hundred and fourteen (1814), 8:302, 8:302n

An Act to authorize the President of the United States to accept the services of state troops and of volunteers (1815), 8:575n

An Act to authorize the purchase of the library of Thomas Jefferson (1815), 7:679–7:680, 8:214, 8:270, 8:279–8:280, 8:302n, 8:426

An Act To authorize the several Courts of Equity in this State to grant remedies … and for affording temporary relief to the Soldiers whilst in the service of this state or of the United States, and for other purposes (1814), 8:524–8:525, 8:527n

An Act to change the mode of compensation to the members of the Senate and House of Representatives, and the delegates from territories (1816), 10:379, 10:380n

An Act to confirm an act entitled, an act to incorporate certain Persons in every Christian church or congregation in this state (1810), 2:124–2:125, 2:125n

An Act to create a Fund for Internal Improvement (1816), 9:395, 9:396n, 10:563n

An Act to enable the people of the Territory of Orleans to form a constitution and state government (1811), 3:328, 3:328n

An Act to establish an academy in the county of Albemarle, and for other purposes (1803), 8:92, 8:93, 8:183

An Act to establish an uniform rule of Naturalization, and to repeal the acts heretofore passed on that subject (1802), 9:259, 9:261n

An Act to establish post roads (1810), 3:147–3:148

An Act to establish Public Schools (1796), 7:637, 7:641–7:642n, 8:92–8:93, 9:394, 9:396n

An Act to establish two new banks within this Commonwealth (1817), 10:659, 10:660n

An Act to Incorporate the Union Canal Company, of Pennsylvania, 4:315–4:316

An Act to lay and collect a direct tax within the United States (1798), 6:443, 6:443n

An Act to lay and collect a direct tax within the United States (1813), 6:398, 6:398–6:399n, 6:411, 9:511

An Act to prevent obstructions in the navigable water courses within the Commonwealth (1816), 9:366, 9:395, 9:396n, 9:396n, 9:435, 9:469, 9:497

An Act to prevent settlements being made on lands ceded to the United States until authorized by law (1807)

  • and batture controversy, 2:435–2:436, 2:441n, 2:450n, 2:455, 2:462, 2:516, 2:518, 2:520, 2:522, 2:528, 2:659n, 3:72, 3:176n

An Act to prevent the destruction of Sheep in this Commonwealth (1814), 4:349n

An Act to promote the progress of useful Arts (1793), 7:171–7:172, 7:173n, 7:510n, 10:534

An Act to provide additional revenues for defraying the expenses of government, and maintaining the public credit, by laying a direct tax upon the United States, and to provide for assessing and collecting the same (1815), 8:486n, 9:217, 9:218n

An Act to provide additional revenues for defraying the expenses of government, and maintaining the public credit, by laying duties on household furniture, and on gold and silver watches (1815), 8:255, 8:256n, 8:486n

An Act to provide additional revenues for defraying the expenses of government, and maintaining the public credit, by laying duties on various goods, wares, and merchandise, manufactured within the United States (1815), 9:217, 9:218n

An Act to provide a library room, and for transporting the library lately purchased (1815), 8:333, 8:333n, 8:445n

An Act to provide an accurate chart of each county and a general map of the territory of this Commonwealth (1816), 9:400–9:401, 9:401n, 9:440–9:441, 9:566, 9:567n, 9:590–9:591, 9:592n, 9:621–9:622, 9:623, 9:642–9:643, 9:680–9:681, 9:684–9:692, 10:55, 10:56n, 10:196, 10:196n, 10:293

An Act to set apart and dispose of certain public lands, for the encouragement of the cultivation of the vine and olive (1817), 10:636–10:637n

An Act vesting in Joseph Miller the Commonwealth’s right to the real and personal estate of which Thomas Reed died seised and possessed (1816), 9:261n, 9:360, 9:365, 9:366, 9:394–9:395, 9:401, 9:439–9:440, 9:469, 9:487, 9:495, 9:523

Adair, James

  • The History of the American Indians, 5:122–5:124, 5:125n, 5:182
  • on Indians, 6:137, 6:138
  • TJ on, 5:122–5:124

Adair, John, 6:189, 6:190n

Adam (Old Testament figure), 10:424, 10:505

Adam, Alexander, 7:662

Adams, Abigail (John Adams’s granddaughter), 4:475

  • as J. Adams’s amanuensis, 6:627n

Adams, Abigail Smith (John Adams’s wife)

  • and E. Coles’s visit, 4:314n
  • and E. W. R. Coolidge, 10:583, 10:655
  • correspondence with J. Q. Adams, 10:583, 10:584n, 10:655
  • correspondence with T. B. Hollis, 6:228, 9:176n
  • correspondence with TJ, 3:305, 3:307, 3:356, 4:xlvi, 4:312, 4:313, 4:389, 6:437–6:438, 6:516–6:517, 6:548, 6:551
  • and daughter’s death, 6:388, 6:516–6:517
  • desires to see TJ, 10:583, 10:656
  • family of, 5:24n, 6:438, 6:438
  • health of, 6:437, 7:26, 9:596, 9:596n, 10:583, 10:656
  • house of, 6:xlv, 6:386 (illus.)
  • identified, 6:298n
  • letters from, 6:516–6:517, 10:583–10:584
  • letters to, 6:437–6:438, 10:655–10:657
  • reading habits of, 7:217
  • sends greetings to TJ, 4:475, 5:13, 6:297, 6:466, 8:552, 8:553, 9:434n
  • TJ introduces W. C. Rives to, 7:369
  • TJ sends greetings to, 4:628, 6:437, 7:455, 8:523, 8:658, 9:347, 9:434, 9:434n, 9:649, 9:652, 10:461, 10:553
  • TJ’s friendship with, 10:285, 10:583
  • and TJ’s syllabus on Jesus’s doctrines, 6:440

Adams, George

  • Astronomical and Geographical Essays … and also An Introduction to Practical Astronomy, 8:670, 8:685, 8:686
  • An Essay on Electricity … with corrections and additions, by William Jones, 8:685
  • Geometrical and Graphical Essays, 1:581, 8:670, 8:685
  • Lectures on Natural and Experimental Philosophy, 1:581

Adams, George Washington (John Adams’s grandson), 6:279, 6:438, 6:438n

Adams, John

  • on Acta Sanctorum (J. de Bolland and others), 8:558–8:563, 8:682
  • and addresses of Continental Congress, 6:440, 6:612, 6:612–6:613, 8:625–8:626
  • and Alien and Sedition Acts, 6:191, 6:192n
  • on aristocracy, 6:278–6:279, 6:286–6:288, 6:387, 6:388n, 6:466, 6:466–6:467, 6:504, 6:563, 6:621–6:623, 6:624, 6:624–6:625, 6:626, 7:64–7:67, 7:477, 7:479, 8:683
  • on art, 10:589
  • on atheistic philosophers, 9:527–9:529, 9:650, 10:306
  • on banks, 3:357, 6:626, 10:360, 10:360, 10:360
  • and T. Belsham’s Memoirs of the Late Reverend Theophilus Lindsey, 6:145, 6:146, 6:146, 6:180, 6:192, 6:193, 6:226, 6:227, 6:228, 6:277–6:278, 6:367
  • and broadside from B. Rush, 4:17n
  • on A. Burr, 5:4, 5:13, 6:192, 6:623
  • on L. Carnot, 8:553
  • on J. Chandler, 6:284–6:285, 6:625
  • on Christianity, 10:361, 10:507
  • and T. Clark’s naval history, 6:146
  • and Cleanthes, 6:520, 6:520–6:521, 6:521–6:522, 6:540–6:541, 6:542
  • on coining of new words, 4:534n
  • and E. Coles’s visit, 4:312–4:313, 4:314n, 4:389
  • compared to Nestor, 9:374, 9:375n
  • on Condorcet, 5:184, 5:595, 6:287, 7:23–7:24, 7:477, 7:481n, 8:551, 8:552, 10:7
  • congressional journals of, 3:39
  • on T. Cooper, 6:318, 6:318, 6:318
  • correspondence with R. H. Lee and T. L. Lee, 8:642
  • and correspondence with TJ, 5:670, 6:437, 8:152, 8:550, 8:683, 9:627, 10:359
  • criticized by W. Morgan, 9:175
  • criticized by J. Randolph, 5:4
  • criticized by D. Sheffey, 5:4
  • criticizes An Inquiry into the Principles and Policy of the Government of the United States (J. Taylor), 10:211–10:212, 10:212n
  • critics of, 6:255, 6:255
  • on daughter’s death, 6:387–6:388
  • on death and dying, 10:5–10:7, 10:306, 10:306–10:307
  • on deaths of Revolutionary colleagues, 8:135, 8:148
  • and Declaration of Independence, 5:643
  • Defence of the Constitutions of Government of the United States of America, 5:185n, 6:238–6:239, 6:278, 6:287, 6:288, 6:296, 6:388n, 6:504, 6:564
  • and J. Delaplaine’s Repository, 9:405, 9:460–9:461, 10:38, 10:39n
  • depicted in T. Gimbrede engraving, 4:540 (illus.)
  • on destruction of historical records, 6:278, 6:542, 6:616, 6:618
  • and Destutt de Tracy’s writings, 10:586–10:587
  • diplomatic expenses of paid, 2:46n
  • diplomatic service of, 10:115, 10:116, 10:117n
  • Discourses on Davila, 6:287, 6:288, 6:296
  • on the divine right of kings, 8:552
  • on domestic manufacturing, 4:473–4:474, 4:483
  • on druids, 5:70
  • W. Duane on, 5:353
  • on education, 7:480–7:481, 8:550–8:551, 9:529
  • on the eighteenth century, 9:174–9:175, 9:432–9:433, 9:527–9:529
  • on election of 1800, 6:192, 6:625
  • on elections, 6:625
  • on European intellectual conflicts, 9:431–9:434
  • family of, 6:146, 6:300, 6:438, 6:438
  • on France, 8:682, 8:684, 9:432, 9:434
  • and B. Franklin, 6:284, 6:285n, 6:287, 6:622, 8:23
  • on French Revolution, 6:286, 6:297, 6:505, 7:479, 10:508
  • friendship with TJ, 1:185–1:186n, 8:209
  • friendship with F. A. Van der Kemp, 10:120–10:121, 10:241, 10:242n, 10:285, 10:305, 10:305, 10:305, 10:307n, 10:382, 10:382n, 10:503n
  • friendship with B. Waterhouse, 6:38–6:39, 6:99, 6:100–6:101n, 9:5
  • on Genghis Khan, 5:184, 5:185n, 5:584–5:585, 5:585n, 7:477
  • on God, 5:183
  • on governmental systems, 6:296, 8:552, 10:86
  • on Great Britain, 7:477, 9:432, 10:508, 10:587–10:588
  • Greek handwriting of, 6:xlv, 6:386 (illus.)
  • on grief, 10:12–10:13, 10:359–10:361, 10:458
  • and A. Hamilton, 2:176, 2:177n, 6:254, 6:284
  • health of, 4:475, 6:183, 6:501, 6:522, 7:220, 7:451, 9:596, 9:596n
  • on P. Henry, 6:612, 6:612
  • and J. Henry’s mission, 4:627–4:628
  • on E. Hersey, 6:501–6:502, 6:503, 6:504
  • on historians of the American Revolution, 6:258, 8:625–8:626, 8:682–8:683
  • house of, 6:xlv, 6:386 (illus.)
  • on human progress, 6:238–6:239, 6:296–6:297, 6:297, 7:23–7:26, 7:476–7:477, 8:551, 8:552–8:553, 8:683–8:684
  • on D. Hume’s History of England, 10:588–10:589
  • identified, 4:390–4:391n
  • on Indians, 4:475–4:476, 5:70, 5:182–5:184, 5:184–5:185, 5:389–5:390, 5:584–5:585, 5:595, 6:183
  • introduces E. Everett, 8:49, 8:49, 8:148
  • introduces J. Freeman, 10:359
  • introduces F. C. Gray, 8:135, 8:148, 8:232
  • introduces G. Ticknor, 8:148, 8:193, 8:232, 8:260, 8:267
  • on Jesuits, 10:14, 10:306, 10:508, 10:587
  • on Lafayette, 6:287
  • Latin verse provided by, 9:264–9:266, 9:266–9:267n, 9:374
  • letter from to T. McKean, 8:626n
  • letter from, to J. Morse, 9:256, 9:257n
  • letter of intercepted and published, 6:233, 6:234n, 6:283–6:284
  • letter returned to, 7:150
  • letters from, 4:390–4:391, 4:473–4:476, 4:483–4:485, 5:3–5:4, 5:11–5:14, 5:70–5:71, 5:182–5:186, 5:386–5:390, 5:583–5:585, 5:595–5:596, 6:145–6:147, 6:180–6:181, 6:183–6:184, 6:191–6:193, 6:226–6:229, 6:236–6:239, 6:253–6:256, 6:258–6:259, 6:277–6:280, 6:283–6:285, 6:286–6:288, 6:296–6:298, 6:298–6:300, 6:301–6:303, 6:317–6:319, 6:367–6:368, 6:386–6:388, 6:465–6:467, 6:499–6:502, 6:503–6:505, 6:520–6:522, 6:540–6:543, 6:612–6:614, 6:616–6:619, 6:621–6:627, 7:23–7:27, 7:64–7:68, 7:73–7:78, 7:216–7:221, 7:476–7:482, 8:49–8:50, 8:135, 8:148–8:149, 8:550–8:551, 8:552–8:554, 8:558–8:563, 8:625–8:626, 8:682–8:684, 9:174–9:176, 9:431–9:434, 9:526–9:529, 10:5–10:8, 10:12–10:15, 10:305–10:307, 10:359–10:361, 10:424–10:425, 10:507–10:509, 10:573, 10:586–10:590
  • and letters of J. Q. Adams, 10:583
  • letters to, 4:428–4:430, 4:435, 4:626–4:628, 5:122–5:125, 5:508–5:513, 6:137–6:139, 6:193–6:195, 6:231–6:235, 6:438–6:441, 6:548–6:552, 6:562–6:568, 7:146–7:151, 7:368–7:369, 7:451–7:455, 8:522–8:523, 8:656–8:659, 9:345–9:347, 9:649–9:652, 10:284–10:286, 10:458–10:461, 10:549–10:553, 10:657–10:658
  • library of, 8:49
  • on E. Livingston, 5:3
  • and J. Lomax, 6:440, 6:441n
  • on J. Madison’s administration, 5:3–5:4
  • and S. Malcom’s appointment, 5:42, 5:42–5:43, 5:70, 5:95, 5:122
  • on M. Manilius, 5:184, 8:683–8:684
  • meeting with R. Howe, 8:20, 8:20n
  • and memoir on D. Rittenhouse, 5:372n, 7:216–7:217
  • mentioned, 2:604, 3:381n, 5:127n, 5:165n, 5:525, 6:38, 6:89n, 7:471, 8:183, 8:391, 9:250n, 10:258
  • and Midnight Appointments, 3:306–3:307
  • on military glory, 8:683
  • as minister to Great Britain, 5:504
  • on P. Morton, 5:583
  • on Napoleon, 5:13, 7:477–7:478, 8:551, 8:552, 8:683, 8:683–8:684, 10:508
  • nepotism practiced by, 2:183, 2:184n
  • and offer to publish correspondence with TJ, 8:623, 8:658, 8:659n, 8:683
  • opinion of sought, 9:680, 9:681–9:682n
  • opinion on batture case, 5:3
  • on T. Paine, 5:184, 6:297
  • on Peter the Hermit, 5:12, 5:13n
  • on the philosophes, 8:552, 8:562
  • on physical pain, 10:306, 10:359
  • on Plato, 5:183, 5:184, 6:503, 6:504, 6:505, 7:74–7:75, 7:75, 7:75, 7:76–7:77, 7:478–7:480, 10:360
  • political creed of, 9:174
  • portrait of, 4:xlvi, 4:370 (illus.), 10:38, 10:39n, 10:39n, 10:398
  • presidency of, 2:273–2:274n, 2:385, 5:24n, 5:445–5:446n, 7:530, 7:576, 8:600n
  • and presidential addresses, 6:180, 6:180–6:181, 6:195n, 6:237–6:238, 6:253–6:254
  • on J. Priestley, 6:145–6:146, 6:146, 6:236–6:237, 6:302, 6:318, 6:318, 6:319, 7:25, 7:26, 8:551, 8:552
  • and J. Priestley’s writings, 6:302, 6:317–6:318, 6:318, 6:367–6:368, 6:439, 6:441, 6:471, 6:499, 6:499–6:500, 6:510, 6:520, 7:74–7:77, 7:218–7:220, 7:220, 7:221, 7:221n, 8:682
  • print of, 2:127
  • on prophecy, 4:483–4:485, 4:626–4:628
  • on Psalms of David, 6:616, 6:616
  • on publication of correspondence, 6:226–6:227, 6:228, 6:258, 6:259, 9:175–9:176, 9:176n, 9:433
  • and Quakers, 6:284, 8:552
  • quotes Montesquieu, 5:184, 5:185–5:186n
  • reading habits of, 3:356, 3:357n, 6:277, 6:302–6:303, 10:424, 10:459, 10:507, 10:508, 10:509, 10:573, 10:589, 10:657
  • reflects on his life, 9:526–9:527, 9:649–9:650
  • on religion, 6:145, 6:145–6:146, 6:227–6:228, 6:228, 6:236–6:237, 6:238, 6:277–6:278, 6:278, 6:297, 6:298, 6:298–6:299, 6:300, 6:301–6:303, 6:368, 6:499–6:502, 6:503–6:504, 6:522, 6:541, 6:541, 6:542, 6:550, 6:616–6:618, 6:623, 6:624, 7:23–7:26, 7:73–7:77, 7:217–7:220, 7:476–7:477, 8:551, 8:552, 8:558–8:563, 8:682, 9:256, 9:431–9:432, 9:433, 9:527–9:529, 9:649–9:652, 10:7, 10:361, 10:424–10:425, 10:508, 10:573, 10:587, 10:658
  • resumes correspondence with TJ, 4:xlv, 4:312–4:314, 4:338–4:339, 4:340n, 4:389, 4:431, 4:473, 4:486, 4:533–4:534, 4:642, 4:673, 6:160, 10:211–10:212
  • on retirement, 1:513, 6:192
  • review of J. Hillhouse’s pamphlet, 5:12–5:13, 5:13–5:14n
  • on Revolutionary generation, 4:475, 8:682–8:683
  • on R.I., 6:625
  • on riots and insurrections, 6:254, 8:551
  • W. C. Rives proposes to visit, 7:451, 7:476
  • and B. Rush, 3:278, 3:279, 3:304–3:308, 6:15, 6:16n, 6:95, 6:146, 6:183, 6:298
  • on Russia, 4:474
  • on sale of TJ’s library to Congress, 8:49
  • on sedition in northern states, 6:259
  • sends works of J. Q. Adams, 4:390, 4:391n, 4:428, 4:430n, 4:435, 4:473, 4:483
  • W. Short forwards pamphlet to, 3:198, 3:274
  • and speeches of the American Revolution, 10:602, 10:602n, 10:646–10:647
  • and surviving signers of Declaration of Independence, 6:137, 6:183
  • on J. Taylor of Caroline, 6:567, 6:613, 7:217, 7:217, 7:221n, 7:221n, 7:478–7:479, 7:481n
  • and Ten Commandments, 6:616–6:618, 10:508
  • on Theognis’s writings, 6:279, 6:386–6:387, 6:465–6:466, 6:623
  • TJ introduces W. C. Rives to, 7:368–7:369, 8:148, 8:149n
  • TJ on, 3:304–3:308, 4:312, 4:313, 5:670, 6:194–6:195, 8:358, 10:86, 10:609
  • on TJ’s administration, 5:3–5:4, 6:258–6:259
  • on TJ’s batture pamphlet, 5:11–5:12
  • TJ reads letter of, 8:423
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:624, 4:626
  • TJ sends works to, 10:459
  • and TJ’s syllabus on Jesus’s doctrines, 6:440, 6:499–6:500, 6:520, 6:548, 6:616, 6:618, 9:595, 9:596n, 9:703
  • on Turgot, 5:185n, 6:287, 6:287, 6:288n
  • and uninhabited islands, 8:175, 8:176n, 8:229
  • on Union, 4:474–4:475, 10:588
  • on U.S. Constitution, 6:567
  • and U.S. Navy, 6:138, 6:183, 6:184, 6:192
  • on U.S. Senate, 6:624
  • F. A. Van der Kemp’s life sketched by, 10:305–10:306
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:503
  • as vice president, 3:305
  • voyage to France (1778), 4:474, 4:476n
  • on G. Washington, 5:3, 6:254, 6:284
  • on wisdom of ancestors, 6:180, 6:180, 6:181, 6:194, 6:195n, 6:237, 6:237–6:239
  • works sent to, 10:573, 10:657, 10:658

Adams, John Quincy

  • American Principles, 3:356, 3:357n, 4:435n
  • and charges against B. Waterhouse, 1:296
  • correspondence with A. S. Adams, 10:583, 10:584n, 10:655
  • and Destutt de Tracy’s family, 10:583, 10:584n
  • J. W. Eppes on, 6:313
  • on France, 9:256–9:257
  • and J. Henry’s mission, 4:627–4:628
  • Lectures on Rhetoric and Oratory, 4:390, 4:391n, 4:428, 4:430n, 4:435, 4:473, 4:483
  • letters to sons on religion, 6:300
  • A Letter to Harrison G. Otis, Esquire, 4:435n
  • mentioned, 3:205n, 3:333n, 6:287, 7:480, 8:209, 8:371, 10:508–10:509, 10:550
  • minister plenipotentiary to Great Britain, 8:590n, 10:283n
  • minister plenipotentiary to Russia, 1:38, 1:328, 1:328n, 1:360, 1:537, 3:115, 3:116n, 6:175, 7:434, 8:135, 8:378
  • negotiates convention with Great Britain, 8:588, 8:589n, 8:598, 8:654, 8:655n, 9:45–9:46, 9:46n
  • nominated as Supreme Court justice, 3:246
  • as peace negotiator, 6:105n, 6:175, 6:313, 7:201, 7:202n, 7:433, 7:434, 7:473–7:474, 8:569, 9:485
  • presidential prospects of, 7:560
  • professor at Harvard, 4:473
  • rumored as secretary of state, 1:118
  • TJ forwards letters through, 8:589, 10:283n
  • TJ on, 10:609, 10:655

Adams, Samuel

  • death of, 10:360
  • and Mass. Committee of Correspondence, 9:369n
  • mentioned, 6:623, 7:476, 8:358, 8:642

Adams, Samuel G.

  • merchant, 4:487, 4:522, 7:189

Adams, Sarah Smith (John Adams’s daughter-in-law)

  • as J. Adams’s amanuensis, 6:627n

Adams, Susanna (John Adams’s granddaughter)

  • as J. Adams’s amanuensis, 6:627n
  • family of, 4:475

Adams, Susanna Boylston (John Adams’s mother)

  • family of, 4:473

Adams, Thomas

  • Henrico Co. clerk, 8:170

Addington. See Sidmouth, Henry Addington, Viscount

Addison, Joseph

  • Cato: A Tragedy, 7:312n, 9:247, 9:249n
  • as translator of Horace, 6:616

Additional Facts, Observations, and Conjectures relative to the … Opossum of North-America (B. S. Barton), 8:422, 8:422–8:423n

Addoms, Jonas Smith

  • An Inaugural Dissertation on the Malignant Fever, which prevailed in the city of New-York … in the year 1791, 10:133–10:134, 10:147n

Address at the Opening of the Botanic Garden of Liverpool (Roscoe), 1:164n

An Address delivered in Havre-de-Grace, June 4, 1812 (Wilmer), 5:226, 5:227n, 5:288

Address delivered by Charles W. Peale, to the Corporation and Citizens of Philadelphia, on The 18th Day of July, 1816 (C. W. Peale), 10:308, 10:308, 10:311n

Address of the American Society for the encouragement of Domestic Manufactures (W. Sampson), 10:645–10:646, 10:652–10:653, 10:653n

Address of the Managers of the Bible Society of Virginia, to the Public, 6:607, 6:608, 6:608n

An Address to the Clergy of Massachusetts (W. Cobbett), 9:4–9:5, 9:6n, 9:6n, 9:78, 9:79n

Address to the Clergy of New-England, on Their Opposition to the Rulers of the United States (W. Plumer), 8:175, 8:229

Address to the People of the United States (R. Smith), 1:340n, 3:110n, 3:595, 3:608n, 4:21, 4:31, 4:109

Address to the People of the United States, on the measures pursued by the Executive with respect to the Batture at New-Orleans (Livingston), 2:455, 2:456n, 2:516, 2:518n, 2:658, 2:658n, 3:30, 3:133, 3:173n, 3:235, 3:236n, 3:271, 3:483, 5:45, 5:47n, 5:143–5:144

Adeline (brig), 8:689, 9:114, 9:116, 9:118n

Adeline (schooner), 8:632, 8:633n

Adelung, Friedrich

  • director of Oriental Institute, 4:99n
  • forwards packet through L. Harris, 3:150
  • introduced to TJ, 2:467
  • offers to assist American Philosophical Society, 2:468n
  • Rapports entre la langue sanscrit et la langue Russe, 4:99, 4:99n

Adelung, Johann Christoph

  • Mithridates: Oder Allgemeine Sprachenkunde, 1:265, 1:267n, 1:652n

Adkinson, Mr. See Atkinson, Michael

Adlum, John

  • Adlum on Making Wine, 1:587n
  • and grape cuttings, 9:348, 9:348–9:349, 9:514–9:515, 9:609
  • identified, 1:587n
  • letters from, 2:220–2:223, 2:292–2:293, 2:330, 9:514–9:515
  • letters to, 1:586–1:587, 2:338–2:339, 9:348
  • A Memoir on the Cultivation of the Vine in America, and the Best Mode of Making Wine, 1:587n
  • moves to Georgetown, 9:514
  • and wine, 2:220–2:223, 2:292, 2:293, 2:330, 2:338–2:339, 9:288, 9:288n, 9:311, 9:348, 9:348–9:349, 10:20–10:21

Adlum on Making Wine (Adlum), 1:587n

Adrain, Robert, 5:448n, 5:558–5:559, 5:559n, 6:82

  • experiments of, 9:204

Adresse au Conseil Legislatif du Territoire d’Orleans (Poydras), 2:682, 4:466

Adriano in Siria (P. Metastasio), 7:452, 7:455n

The Adventurer, 7:665

Advice to Shepherds (Daubenton; trans. Bowdoin), 3:96n, 3:343, 3:343n, 5:165, 5:165n

Aeneid (Virgil), 7:661, 9:59, 9:59n, 10:6, 10:8n

Aeolus (British ship), 5:370

Aeschines

  • A. Auger’s translation of, 7:259
  • TJ recommends, 7:447

Aeschines Socraticus

  • Æschinis Socratici Dialogi Tres Græce et Latine, ad quos accessit quarti Latinum Fragmentum (ed. J. Leclerc), 10:233

Æschinis Socratici Dialogi Tres Græce et Latine, ad quos accessit quarti Latinum Fragmentum (Aeschines Socraticus; ed. J. Leclerc), 10:233

Aeschyli Tragoediae Quae Supersunt ac Deperditarum Fragmenta (Aeschylus; ed. C. G. Schütz), 9:196, 9:455, 10:212, 10:531

Aeschylus

  • Aeschyli Tragoediae Quae Supersunt ac Deperditarum Fragmenta (ed. C. G. Schütz), 9:196, 9:455, 10:212, 10:531
  • authenticity of works of, 9:87
  • mentioned, 9:456

Aesculapius (god of medicine), 2:187, 2:188n

Aesculus hippocastanea (Aesculus hippocastanum). See chestnut: horse

Aesop’s Fables

  • advocated for Indians, 1:110
  • copy of bound for TJ, 8:630, 8:661, 8:678
  • quoted by J. Adams, 6:621
  • quoted by W. Short, 7:224, 7:225n
  • referenced by TJ, 8:580, 8:581n, 9:90, 9:91n

Æthelberht I, king of Kent

  • laws of, 7:125, 7:147

Africa

  • colonization of blacks to, 3:267–3:269, 3:318–3:320
  • corn from, 9:672
  • and French colonial and scientific expeditions, 8:244
  • peoples of, 7:533
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:506

African Americans. See also slavery; slaves

  • living at Milton, 9:444
  • military service by proposed, 7:532–7:534

agate, 6:373, 7:261

Agenoria (brig), 9:569–9:570

The Age of Louis XIV (Voltaire), 7:664

The Age of Louis XV (Voltaire), 7:664

Aggregate amount of each description of Persons within the United States of America … in the year 1810, 6:226, 6:226n

Aggy (E. Randolph’s slave), 4:231–4:232n

Aggy (TJ’s slave)

  • directions for, 8:616n
  • medical care of, 7:387, 10:106

Aggy (TJ’s slave; b. 1789). See Hern, Aggy (TJ’s slave; b. 1789)

Aggy (TJ’s slave; b. 1789; daughter of Dinah)

  • family of, 5:463n, 9:40, 9:40n, 9:215–9:216
  • house of, 8:173
  • laborer, 4:379
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:382, 4:384, 4:385, 5:462, 6:308, 6:308, 6:309, 8:61, 8:62, 8:255, 8:255
  • pot for, 8:70–8:71
  • weaver, 4:380, 4:380, 5:663

Aggy (TJ’s slave; b. 1798). See Gillette, Aggy (TJ’s slave; b. 1798)

aging

  • J. Barnes on, 5:393
  • books on, 3:137, 3:137n
  • and dementia, 8:690, 8:690–8:691, 10:285
  • P. S. Du Pont de Nemours on, 8:502, 8:504–8:505, 9:613, 9:616n
  • B. Galloway on, 8:517
  • C. W. Peale on, 8:82, 8:465
  • R. Peters on, 9:598–9:599, 9:600, 9:600–9:601n
  • C. Thomson on, 10:59–10:60
  • TJ on his own, 5:164, 5:366, 5:607, 5:662, 8:109, 8:133, 8:354, 8:377, 8:441, 8:456, 8:539, 8:541, 8:651, 9:341, 10:11, 10:284–10:285, 10:363, 10:442, 10:447, 10:477, 10:654, 10:656
  • TJ on youth, 2:187, 8:101, 8:103, 8:247

Agiorgitiko (St. George) (wine), 3:505, 9:513n

Agrarian Justice, opposed to Agrarian Law, and to Agrarian Monopoly (Paine), 4:168n

L’Agricoltore Sperimentato (Trinci), 2:82

Agricultural Museum, 2:543, 2:544n

Agricultural Society of Albemarle

  • and contour plowing, 6:70n
  • members of, 4:22n, 4:59n, 4:538–4:539n, 5:140n, 5:528n, 5:567n
  • officers of, 1:53–1:54n, 3:136n, 3:146n, 4:416n
  • TJ’s involvement with, 3:351n
  • TJ’s proposed constitution for, 3:347–3:352

Agricultural Society of Bavaria

  • diploma from received by TJ, 5:273 (illus.), 7:505
  • membership conferred on TJ, 5:270–5:271, 5:273, 7:505

agriculture. See also Agricultural Society of Albemarle; crops; dynamometers; Hessian fly; Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture; plows; Société d’agriculture du département de la Seine

  • Agricultural Society of Philadelphia, 1:133
  • along the lower James River, 2:167
  • annual income from, 10:574
  • and Belfast Literary Society, 4:159, 4:175, 4:187–4:188n
  • Berkshire Agricultural Society, 10:661
  • books on, 1:35, 1:35, 1:35, 1:35, 1:35, 1:36, 1:36, 1:37, 1:37, 1:508, 1:581–1:582, 3:321, 3:322n, 4:110n, 6:17, 6:122, 6:219, 6:280, 6:280, 6:380, 6:613, 6:613, 7:626, 8:56, 8:57n, 8:388, 8:388, 8:442, 8:672, 10:234, 10:237n, 10:501, 10:501–10:502n, 10:532
  • British Board of Agriculture, 1:252, 1:252n
  • and cast-iron presses, 2:302
  • cleaning and sowing of clover seed, 8:367, 8:459–8:460, 8:520, 8:535
  • clearing and belting of land, 2:85, 2:86–2:87n
  • and coating seeds with tar and plaster, 2:334
  • Columbian Agricultural Society, 1:23n, 1:40n, 1:133, 1:134n
  • Columbian Society for the Promotion of Rural and Domestic Economy, 3:33, 3:35n
  • contour plowing, 2:254, 6:69–6:70, 6:70n, 7:79–7:80, 8:278, 9:538–9:539, 9:540n, 9:599
  • corn brake, 8:460
  • corn-shelling machines, 7:83–7:84, 8:367, 8:458–8:459, 8:463, 8:535
  • crop rotation, 6:132–6:133, 6:134
  • Domestic encyclopædia, 1:18, 1:19n, 1:252, 1:252n
  • effect of war on, 8:301, 8:536
  • “Essays on the Natural History and Origin of Peat” (R. Rennie), 8:678, 8:679n, 9:75–9:76
  • European methods of, 9:599, 9:599–9:600
  • fences, 7:80–7:81, 8:70, 8:81, 8:305, 9:282
  • and fertilization, 4:179, 4:180, 4:531, 6:486–6:487, 7:83, 8:78, 8:305, 8:366, 10:532–10:535
  • and fodder, 2:271, 2:371, 8:32, 8:71, 8:71, 8:71, 8:109, 8:126, 8:129, 8:158, 10:449
  • government subsidies to, 2:613–2:614, 9:616–9:617
  • happiness of agricultural workers, 2:296
  • harvesting of fruit, 8:548–8:549, 10:32
  • and hawthorn hedges, 2:132n, 2:167, 10:194–10:195, 10:196n, 10:238–10:239, 10:292–10:293
  • hemp brake, 6:442, 6:452, 9:303–9:304, 9:461–9:462, 9:463, 10:32–10:33
  • impact of taxation on, 2:573–2:574, 2:577, 2:580, 2:584, 2:585–2:586, 2:589, 2:590
  • implements of, 3:171, 3:228, 3:245, 3:251, 3:349, 3:456, 3:461, 6:347, 6:347, 8:534–8:535, 8:535–8:536, 9:539, 9:540n, 9:583–9:584, 10:32–10:33
  • improved method of planting, 8:42–8:43, 8:43n, 8:104, 8:210
  • and insects, 2:222, 2:496, 7:194, 7:194, 9:545, 10:526
  • Kentucky Society for Promoting Agriculture, 10:593, 10:593n
  • law on, 4:168
  • and manufacturing interests, 9:334–9:336, 9:534–9:537, 9:616–9:617, 9:618n, 9:620n
  • “Massachusetts Agricultural Journal,” 8:678, 8:679n
  • Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture, 8:678, 8:679n, 10:661
  • pamphlets on bound for TJ, 8:629, 8:630
  • C. W. Peale on farming, 4:136–4:142, 4:179–4:181, 5:324–5:325
  • Pennsylvania moldboard, 1:111, 1:252
  • Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, 1:477, 1:479–1:480n, 2:220, 2:223n, 4:161, 4:161n
  • Richmond Society for Promoting Agriculture, 3:348, 3:351n
  • straw-cutting machine, 7:84, 8:367, 8:459
  • study of, 7:639, 7:639, 7:640, 7:667, 7:686, 9:600
  • surplus products of, 9:476n
  • taxes on exported products of, 8:608
  • threshing machines, 2:5n, 2:36, 2:675, 3:293, 3:349, 3:371, 5:324, 5:325–5:326, 5:360, 5:444–5:445, 7:81–7:82, 8:185, 8:368–8:369, 8:369n, 8:464, 8:520, 8:535–8:536, 10:32–10:33
  • TJ buys fruit trees, 1:40
  • TJ lists works on, 1:581–1:582, 2:81–2:83, 2:195, 7:626
  • TJ on, 1:110, 1:252, 1:559, 7:249, 9:515
  • TJ on farming, 4:93
  • TJ’s farm book, 4:xliv, 4:370 (illus.)
  • tree cultivation, 9:542
  • use of gypsum in, 2:197–2:198, 2:205, 2:226, 2:304, 2:305, 2:329, 2:334, 2:341, 3:313, 3:341, 3:349, 8:520, 8:535, 9:66, 9:493–9:494, 9:538, 9:541, 9:583
  • and weather, 7:194, 8:304, 8:366, 8:457, 8:697, 10:65, 10:74, 10:355, 10:449, 10:526

Agrippa II, king of Judea, 7:575–7:576, 7:590n

Agrostis stolonifera. See fiorin grass

ague and fever. See malaria (ague and fever)

Aikin, John

  • Letters to A Young Lady on a Course of English Poetry, 7:664

Ainsworth, Robert

  • An Abridgement of Ainsworth’s Dictionary (ed. T. Morell), 8:660, 9:274, 9:464, 9:538, 9:639
  • Latin and English Dictionary abridged, 1:35

Aird, John

  • vouches for J. Melish, 4:423

Akbar, emperor of India

  • Ayeen Akbery: or, the institutes of the Emperor Akber, 10:486

Akers, John, 1:415

Alard, Marie Joseph Louis Jean François Antoine

  • Éloge historique de François Péron, 5:463, 5:464n, 6:489, 6:509, 7:50, 7:50n

Albaflor (wine), 1:345, 1:346n, 1:365–1:366, 1:366, 1:366, 4:4, 4:529–4:530, 4:530n, 6:163

Albany Congress (1754)

  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:504

Albany Register (newspaper), 5:318, 5:319n, 5:354n

Albemarle Academy. See also Central College; Virginia, University of, 3:540n, 5:102, 5:171–5:172, 5:567n

  • Board of Trustees, members of, 7:265, 7:266–7:267, 7:282, 7:283, 7:293, 7:335, 7:427, 7:535–7:536, 7:570, 7:571, 8:90, 8:92, 8:93n, 8:93n
  • Board of Trustees, Minutes of, 7:266–7:268, 7:282–7:283, 7:293–7:294, 7:335–7:340, 7:426–7:427, 7:570–7:571
  • Board of Trustees, officers of, 7:283, 7:293, 7:339, 7:426, 8:183
  • Board of Trustees, rules and regulations of, 7:283, 7:335–7:337
  • creation of, 7:127–7:128, 7:264–7:266, 8:92, 8:93, 8:646, 8:646–8:647
  • location of, 7:427, 7:535–7:536, 7:570–7:571
  • lottery for, 7:265, 7:337–7:338, 7:339, 7:426–7:427, 8:92, 8:183, 9:93n, 9:361, 9:361n, 9:498n
  • petition of, 8:183, 8:316–8:317, 9:47, 9:47–9:48n, 9:92, 9:92–9:93n, 9:329, 9:331
  • requests Literary Fund dividend, 8:92, 8:93n, 8:183, 8:317, 9:360
  • and sale of glebe lands, 7:265, 7:337, 7:338–7:339, 7:339, 7:339–7:340, 7:571, 7:714, 7:714n, 8:92, 8:183, 8:317, 9:496
  • subscription for, 7:265, 7:337, 7:338, 7:339
  • TJ considers selling library to, 7:128
  • TJ’s Estimate and Plans for Albemarle Academy/Central College, 8:86–8:90, 9:626–9:627
  • TJ solicits planning advice, 7:606, 7:607–7:608, 7:636, 7:649, 7:678, 7:684, 7:688n
  • TJ’s proposed curriculum for, 7:636–7:641, 7:684, 7:714, 7:716n, 9:396

Albemarle Baptist Church of Christ. See Buckmountain Baptist Church (Albemarle Co.)

Albemarle County Court, Va., 1:415n, 2:227, 3:225, 6:36n, 6:36–6:37n, 6:115, 6:186, 6:196–6:200, 6:294, 6:472–6:481, 6:482n, 6:488, 6:576, 6:596, 6:596, 8:92, 8:258, 8:258n, 8:390, 8:391n, 8:396–8:397n, 8:398n, 8:692, 8:693n, 10:464, 10:666, 10:667

Albemarle County Superior Court of Law, Va., 6:153, 6:153n, 6:182, 6:554, 6:555, 6:573, 6:573, 6:630, 8:93

Albemarle County, Va. See also Agricultural Society of Albemarle; Central College; Nicholas, John: as Albemarle Co. clerk; Virginia, University of

  • Agricultural Society of, 1:53–1:54n, 3:136n, 3:146n, 3:347–3:352, 4:22n, 4:59n, 4:416n, 4:538–4:539n
  • Barringer Creek, 3:432
  • Buckmountain Baptist Church, 1:63–1:64, 1:126
  • climate of, 8:304–8:305
  • cloth factory in, 4:143, 4:143n, 4:169, 4:209, 4:667, 5:14–5:15, 5:17, 5:639–5:640, 6:45n
  • Convention Army in, 8:359, 8:359–8:360n
  • culture of inhabitants of, 8:305
  • delegation to General Assembly, 5:526–5:528, 5:528n, 5:556n, 5:638–5:639
  • and dogs, 4:161, 4:161n, 4:170, 4:346–4:349
  • elections in, 7:310–7:311
  • grape cultivation in, 4:177
  • Hardware River, 4:146, 4:387, 8:392, 8:485, 9:99n
  • health of inhabitants, 8:304
  • inhabitants of address TJ, 1:46–1:47, 1:74
  • inhabitants of meet with TJ, 1:79
  • jail and jailer, 8:92
  • land prices in, 3:622, 3:644, 8:167, 8:306–8:307, 8:320
  • mail service in, 8:172, 9:317
  • map of, 1:xliii (illus.), 2:xxxvii (illus.), 3:xli (illus.), 4:xxxix (illus.), 5:xliii (illus.), 6:xxxix (illus.), 7:xxxix (illus.), 8:xli (illus.), 9:xxxix (illus.), 10:xli (illus.)
  • peaches in, 8:697
  • petitions to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254, 4:346–4:349, 9:287, 9:287n, 9:328–9:329, 9:498n, 10:581–10:582, 10:582–10:583, 10:629, 10:664
  • population of, 8:305
  • prices in, 8:167, 8:307
  • rain devastates, 2:254
  • requires military draft, 5:107
  • and road orders, 3:527, 3:527n
  • roads in, 10:581–10:582, 10:582–10:583, 10:629, 10:659, 10:664, 10:666–10:667
  • schools in, 1:82n, 4:493, 6:73, 6:130, 6:131, 6:426, 6:426, 8:353, 8:624, 8:646, 9:396–9:397, 9:713
  • sheriff of, 10:464, 10:466, 10:467n
  • Statement of TJ’s Taxable Property in Albemarle County, 9:430–9:431
  • Statement of TJ’s County Taxes and Court Fees, 7:708–7:709
  • surveyor of, 8:567–8:568, 8:568n, 9:362, 9:363n, 9:488, 9:519, 9:519n, 9:519, 9:519n, 9:519–9:520, 9:520n, 9:648, 9:649n, 9:662, 10:239, 10:239n, 10:666, 10:667
  • taxation of property in, 9:99, 9:99n, 9:133, 9:133, 10:464, 10:465n, 10:466, 10:467n, 10:467n
  • TJ addresses inhabitants of, 1:102–1:103
  • TJ on, 8:167–8:168, 8:304–8:307
  • volunteer troops, 5:344–5:345
  • wages in, 8:307
  • wheat harvest in, 2:495, 4:95
  • Woods, Micajah (deputy sheriff), 1:590, 1:595

Albemarle pippin. See Newtown pippin (Albemarle pippin)

Alberoni, Giulio

  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502

Albigensian heresy, 7:65–7:66

albinism, 9:12

Albizia julibrissin. See silk tree

Albuquerque, Don José Miguel de la Cuerva, duque de, 2:247

Alcaeus

  • mentioned, 6:403

Alcidamas (Greek rhetorician)

  • TJ on, 9:456

Alcocke, Elliott, 2:452

alcohol. See also drunkenness; wine

  • abuse of, 2:87, 2:191–2:192, 9:131–9:132, 10:461–10:462, 10:537
  • ale, 3:241–3:242, 8:12
  • beer, 1:299, 2:116, 5:31, 8:185, 8:186, 8:235, 8:410–8:411, 8:412n, 8:413, 8:438–8:439, 9:4, 9:29, 9:30n, 9:329, 9:371, 9:542, 10:340, 10:462
  • books on distilling of, 8:388
  • bottles and jugs for, 8:11–8:12, 8:12, 9:371, 9:512
  • brandy, 4:182, 4:209, 4:210, 4:210, 4:210, 4:211, 4:419, 6:487, 7:78, 8:xlvii–8:xlviii, 8:30–8:31
  • brandy made from porter, 9:3
  • cider, 1:582, 1:657, 2:223, 4:140–4:141, 4:210, 5:464, 7:381, 7:381, 7:444–7:445, 7:445n, 8:12, 8:196, 8:235, 8:253, 8:402–8:403, 8:404–8:405, 9:124, 9:151, 9:262, 9:262n, 9:267, 9:269, 9:270n, 9:371, 9:512, 9:542, 10:553–10:554, 10:577, 10:577n
  • claret, 1:387, 1:397
  • excise tax on, 3:80, 3:82n
  • French brandy, 1:268, 1:368, 2:109, 2:221, 2:222, 2:223
  • gin distilling, 1:465
  • licenses for sale of, 8:233
  • Madeira, 1:387, 1:397
  • Bishop J. Madison on, 4:17
  • medicinal uses of, 1:483
  • porter, 3:241–3:242, 3:252, 4:630
  • production of, 3:241–3:242
  • rum, 1:299, 6:345
  • B. Rush on, 4:17
  • shared purchase of, 9:20, 9:21n
  • spirits, 6:347, 6:501, 7:180
  • stills, 3:171, 3:359, 3:521, 6:311
  • taxation of, 9:642n
  • temperance, 9:598
  • toddies, 8:235, 10:554
  • whiskey, 1:31, 1:465, 3:359, 4:210, 4:483, 6:344, 6:346, 6:346, 6:346, 6:347, 7:491n, 8:xlvii–8:xlviii, 8:30–8:31, 8:70, 8:109, 9:329, 9:483, 9:512, 10:41, 10:462, 10:537

ale, 3:241–3:242, 8:12

Aleck (TJ’s slave; b. 1806)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:385, 5:461, 6:309, 6:310, 8:62, 8:255

Alembert, Jean Le Rond d’

  • J. Adams on, 9:527, 9:528, 10:6
  • criticized, 7:587, 10:13
  • Encyclopédie, 6:381, 6:408, 8:580–8:581, 8:581n
  • mentioned, 10:306
  • philosophy of, 9:650
  • and religion, 8:682, 9:527, 10:6, 10:8n
  • TJ on, 7:413
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502
  • on Voltaire, 9:709

Aleutian Islands, 1:447

Alexander (“the Great”), king of Macedon, 2:274, 6:541–6:542, 6:543n, 7:24, 7:477, 8:683, 10:398

Alexander I, emperor of Russia

  • and abolition of slave trade, 10:265, 10:265–10:266n
  • and R. de Bécourt’s book, 5:467n
  • criticized, 7:104, 9:217–9:218
  • diplomatic appointments, 1:537
  • education of, 8:671
  • and Holy Alliance, 10:265, 10:266n
  • and N. Kosloff affair, 10:483
  • and letters of credence, 1:328, 1:343–1:344, 1:359, 1:484, 1:485n
  • mentioned, 6:522, 7:298, 7:405, 7:433, 7:506, 8:569, 9:347
  • and Napoleon, 7:410n, 7:423, 7:452, 7:537
  • and Napoleon’s defeat in Russia, 6:293
  • as peace mediator, 6:131n, 6:144, 6:175, 6:538–6:539, 7:198, 7:198n, 7:424, 7:528, 7:541, 7:542, 7:543, 7:544n
  • and Polish territories, 9:714–9:715, 9:716n
  • political views of, 8:671, 9:110–9:111, 10:54n, 10:54n
  • and J. S. Smith, 2:466
  • TJ on, 2:277, 2:512, 3:208, 7:97, 7:213, 7:452, 9:90, 10:265, 10:608
  • TJ’s relationship with, 1:38, 1:433, 1:659n, 2:467, 2:487–2:488, 2:512, 2:513, 7:434, 7:541
  • and U.S., 1:115–1:116, 1:233, 1:328, 1:659n, 5:685, 5:685n, 7:478, 9:9
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:507
  • work dedicated to, 7:416–7:417, 7:421n

Alexander, Eli

  • and corn for TJ, 6:181–6:182
  • forwards mail to TJ, 5:455
  • grinds wheat, 1:109, 1:353
  • identified, 1:137–1:138n
  • lands of, 10:621
  • letters from, 1:353, 2:198–2:199, 2:213, 5:455
  • letters to, 1:137–1:138, 1:353, 2:85–2:87, 2:150–2:151, 2:200, 2:212–2:213, 2:239–2:240, 2:421–2:422, 3:328, 6:181–6:182
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254, 4:346–4:349
  • and rent, 1:353, 1:353, 2:421–2:422, 2:422n, 3:328
  • TJ’s dispute with, 2:85–2:86, 2:150–2:151, 2:199, 2:200, 2:212–2:213, 2:239–2:240, 2:240, 2:277–2:280, 2:281, 2:282, 2:286, 2:286–2:287, 2:294, 5:409

Alexander, James, 2:221, 2:223n, 3:247n, 9:348, 9:348n

Alexander, William

  • claims title of Lord Stirling, 7:67, 7:68n

Alexander Spiers, John Bowman, & Company (Glasgow firm). See Wilson, Thomas

Alexandria, Egypt

  • library at, 6:278, 6:542, 6:542

Alexandria, Va.

  • banks in, 8:19, 8:19
  • British raid on, 7:623–7:624, 7:642, 7:648
  • commerce at, 4:26, 7:141
  • merino sheep shipped to, 2:166, 2:233, 2:313, 2:360–2:361, 2:362, 2:366, 2:379, 2:481
  • port of, 4:27, 7:623–7:624, 7:642
  • as site for cotton manufactory, 8:179
  • surrender of, 7:618, 7:642, 7:643–7:644, 7:644n, 7:648, 8:153
  • threatened by British forces, 8:153, 8:154
  • TJ on, 7:648
  • yellow fever in, 10:35

Alexandria Gazette, 5:173

Alfonso X, king of Castile and León

  • Las Siete Partidas, 3:53n, 3:175n, 3:546

Alfred (“the Great”), king of England, 2:571

  • The Anglo-Saxon Version, From the Historian Orosius. By Ælfred the Great, 8:236, 8:237n
  • laws of, 7:125, 7:147

Algiers

  • American captives at, 6:164
  • conflict with Great Britain, 10:216–10:217, 10:218n
  • dey of, 10:216, 10:218n, 10:286, 10:286n
  • 1815 U.S. treaty with, 9:17, 9:18n, 10:216–10:217, 10:218n
  • D. Humphreys’s mission to, 10:676–10:677
  • mentioned, 10:483
  • 1795 U.S. treaty with, 6:159–6:160n
  • U.S. consulate at, 6:158, 6:159–6:160n, 6:164, 6:164–6:165, 10:217, 10:218n

Ali, Hadji, dey of Algiers, 6:159–6:160n, 6:208, 6:208, 7:224

alidades

  • for U.S. Coast Survey, 9:222

Alien and Sedition Acts, 1:278, 3:452n, 3:473, 6:191, 6:192n, 6:537–6:538n

Alisma plantago-aquatica. See water plantain

Allegany County, Md.

  • letter to citizens of, 1:94

Allegheny lily, 1:660, 2:36, 4:523

Allegheny Mountains

  • altitude of, 9:10, 9:10n, 9:172n, 9:193
  • and map of Va., 9:687

Allen, Mr. (judge), 10:498

Allen, Hancock, 2:168, 2:169n

Allen, Paul, 3:632, 3:633n

  • and N. Biddle’s history of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 6:357, 6:417, 6:417, 6:418–6:424, 6:427, 6:429, 6:430, 6:430, 6:531, 6:531–6:532, 7:63–7:64, 7:64n, 7:289, 9:704, 9:706–9:707n, 10:60
  • A History of the American Revolution, 6:231, 6:231n, 6:373
  • identified, 6:357n
  • letters from, 6:427, 7:63–7:64
  • letters from accounted for, 6:357n
  • letters to, 6:357, 6:418–6:426, 6:429

Allen, Solomon

  • seeks postmastership, 7:313

Allen, William, 2:319

Allen, William O.

  • identified, 2:204n
  • letters from, 2:204–2:205
  • letters to, 2:339–2:340
  • and Logan’s speech, 2:204, 2:339–2:340

Allison, Mr.

  • and Niagara Campaign, 5:540

Allison, Burgess

  • and American Philosophical Society, 4:167n
  • and J. I. Hawkins, 6:559, 6:574
  • identified, 6:559–6:560n
  • and W. Lambert’s astronomical calculations, 4:637n
  • letters from, 6:574–6:575
  • letters to, 6:559–6:560
  • spinning machine of, 6:559, 7:406, 8:535, 8:547, 10:32, 10:33n

Allison, Mary D., 2:87, 2:88n

Allison, Thomas, 2:87

Allone, William B. W.

  • letters from, 1:101–1:102, 2:241
  • requests money from TJ, 1:101–1:102, 2:241

allspice, 1:45, 6:348

almanacs, nautical. See also Blunt, Edmund March; Garnett, John

  • TJ on, 4:55
  • TJ purchases, 4:289, 8:118, 8:142, 9:60, 10:580, 10:630, 10:642

Almeida, Portugal

  • French forces besiege, 2:667

almonds

  • planted at Monticello, 3:455
  • sent to TJ, 4:4, 4:215, 4:220, 4:220, 4:487, 4:522, 4:530, 6:163

Alpha (sloop), 10:342

Alpine strawberry, 2:481, 2:482n, 2:543, 3:353, 4:34, 4:561, 4:562

Alrichs, Jacob

  • identified, 5:312–5:313n
  • letters to, 5:312–5:313
  • mentioned, 5:268, 10:4, 10:4

Alrichs & Dixon (Wilmington, Del., firm)

  • account with TJ, 5:670, 5:671, 5:672n, 5:683, 6:3
  • and carding machine, 5:312, 5:321–5:322, 5:335, 5:356, 5:477, 5:515, 5:560, 5:566–5:567, 5:655, 5:656, 5:683–5:684, 6:3, 6:24, 6:24
  • identified, 5:322–5:323n
  • on large factories, 6:24
  • letters from, 5:321–5:323, 5:477–5:478, 5:515, 5:683–5:684, 6:24
  • letters to, 5:335, 5:356, 5:566–5:567, 5:655, 6:3
  • TJ pays, 6:20

Alston, Joseph

  • death of, 10:443, 10:443n
  • education of, 10:443n

Alston, Lemuel James

  • identified, 2:218n
  • letters from, 2:218
  • letters to, 2:252–2:253
  • and merino sheep, 2:218, 2:252

Alston, Willis, 3:330, 4:39, 5:206, 5:207n

althaea (rose of Sharon), 3:354, 9:533

altitude

  • barometers used to calculate, 9:9–9:10, 9:10n, 9:11, 9:12n, 9:71–9:72, 9:187, 9:188–9:192, 9:193, 9:241, 9:313–9:315, 9:316–9:317n, 9:642
  • calculations for Peaks of Otter, 9:18, 9:18, 9:27, 9:71, 9:72, 9:131, 9:144, 9:145, 9:148, 9:153, 9:154–9:156, 9:156–9:172, 9:173, 9:183, 9:187, 9:315–9:316
  • mathematical source for calculating, 9:69–9:70, 9:80–9:82
  • of Monticello, 9:71, 9:314–9:315, 9:317n
  • of Peter’s Mountain, 9:316
  • tools for calculating, 9:205–9:206

Ama, Italy. See Casanuova di Ama, Italy

Amanda (TJ’s slave; b. 1815)

  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717

amaryllis, 3:545

Amaryllis atamasco (Zephyranthes atamasco). See Atamasco lily

Amaryllis belladonna. See belladonna lily

Ambler, John

  • house of, 9:502n
  • and TJ’s Richmond lot, 4:154

Ambrose (TJ’s slave; b. 1799)

  • medical care of, 7:387, 7:387
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:386, 5:462, 6:308, 6:309, 8:61, 8:255

Amedie (ship), 3:514n

Amelia County, Va.

  • TJ visits, 2:76, 2:77n, 2:183

Amelia Island

  • and ports in E. Fla., 4:593, 4:594n, 4:623, 4:665n

Amendments and Notes to Statement on the Batture Case (Thomas Jefferson), 3:226–3:227, 3:316, 3:424–3:425

Americae Pars Quinta, part five of The Great or American Voyages, Parts I to XI, in Latin (T. de Bry), 7:xliii–7:xliv, 7:522–7:523, 7:562, 7:563–7:564, 7:564, 7:612, 7:612, 7:612–7:613, 7:614–7:615, 7:615n, 7:616, 8:8, 8:236, 8:237n

American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 4:196, 4:197n, 4:228, 4:229n

American, and Commercial Daily Advertiser (Baltimore newspaper)

  • mentioned, 2:173, 2:174n
  • prints TJ’s correspondence, 1:178n, 1:221n

American Antiquarian Society

  • An Account of the American Antiquarian Society, 7:47, 7:47n
  • S. Burnside as recording secretary of, 7:47, 7:115, 7:520, 7:521n, 7:595–7:596, 8:207–8:208
  • incorporation of, 8:208, 8:208n
  • TJ elected a member, 7:47, 7:115, 7:520, 7:521n, 7:596, 8:207
  • TJ sends historical manuscript to, 7:520, 7:520–7:521n, 7:521n, 7:595–7:596, 8:207

American Artillerist’s Companion, or Elements of Artillery (Tousard), 1:412, 1:412n, 2:332n

The American Artist’s Manual (J. Cutbush), 5:633n, 5:634n, 5:661, 6:571, 6:571n, 8:43, 8:195, 8:196n

American Bible Society, 10:507, 10:509n

American Biography: or, An Historical Account Of those Persons who have been distinguished in America (Belknap), 5:387

American Citizen (New York newspaper), 10:332–10:333, 10:333, 10:334–10:335n

American Colonization Society, 1:30n, 1:39n, 2:196n

The American Distiller (M. Krafft), 8:410, 8:412n

American Edition of the British Encyclopedia, or Dictionary of Arts and Sciences (W. Nicholson), 10:192–10:193, 10:193n

The American Edition of the New Edinburgh Encyclopedia (Parker and Delaplaine), 3:51n, 3:589, 3:609

American Fur Company, 4:551, 4:552, 4:553, 5:74–5:75

The American Gardener (J. Gardiner and D. Hepburn), 4:289n, 6:118, 6:167, 6:214, 6:214, 6:215, 8:388, 8:672

The American Gardener’s Calendar (B. McMahon), 1:35, 1:582, 2:83, 3:327, 4:289n, 5:412, 9:60

American Jurisprudence (R. Rush), 9:107, 9:107n, 9:129

American Law Journal (J. E. Hall), 5:176, 5:219–5:220, 5:222, 5:245, 5:254, 5:294, 6:627–6:628, 7:95–7:96, 7:96n, 7:241–7:242

American Magazine

  • edited by H. G. Spafford, 1:106n, 8:470, 8:470, 8:470–8:471n, 8:488, 9:183, 9:184n, 9:297–9:298, 9:298n, 9:339, 9:340n, 9:344, 9:344n, 9:378, 10:544, 10:545, 10:545n, 10:586, 10:586n, 10:595
  • TJ subscribes to, 8:488

American Mineralogical Journal, 5:554n

American Ornithology (A. Wilson), 2:483n, 3:623n, 4:289, 7:626, 8:22, 8:22–8:23n, 8:671, 8:672n, 9:59–9:60, 9:130

American Philosophical Society

  • Adelung offers to assist, 2:468n
  • B. S. Barton as vice president of, 8:193, 8:194n, 8:318, 8:319, 8:321, 8:321, 8:323, 8:324, 8:327
  • B. S. Barton to present paper to, 2:509
  • and S. Brown’s work, 5:553–5:554, 5:554n
  • collections of, 9:178, 9:179n, 9:453–9:454
  • and compensating thermometer, 5:558
  • and corn-shelling machine, 7:83, 8:459
  • and J. Corrêa da Serra, 4:351, 8:167, 8:193
  • and Destutt de Tracy, 6:458, 6:459–6:460n, 9:441–9:442, 9:485, 9:485, 9:630
  • and G. Du Jareau, 2:372, 2:375n, 2:663, 2:664, 2:665n, 3:41–3:42
  • P. S. Du Pont de Nemours sends works to, 4:24n
  • expresses its thanks to and regard for TJ, 8:202, 8:206, 8:246
  • and fish, 5:601–5:602, 5:604n
  • forwards publications to TJ, 1:452, 1:453n, 4:167, 4:167n, 4:325
  • and S. Godon, 2:404n
  • T. T. Hewson acknowledges gift to, 2:536, 2:536–2:537n
  • and J. Houdon’s bust of TJ, 8:40, 8:41n
  • and B. de La Harpe manuscript, 9:446, 9:658, 9:658–9:659n
  • and W. Lambert, 2:54–2:55, 2:68n, 2:337–2:338, 2:541, 2:566, 4:637n, 4:651, 4:660n, 5:251, 5:311, 7:436–7:437, 7:437n, 7:486
  • C. P. De Lasteyrie sends work to, 3:461–3:462
  • letter from, 8:202–8:203
  • librarian of, 1:452–1:453, 1:455, 1:482
  • and mastodon bones, 1:510–1:511, 5:572–5:573, 5:573n
  • membership diplomas, 6:xliv–6:xlv, 6:75, 6:84, 6:115–6:116, 6:386 (illus.), 6:458, 6:460n
  • members of, 1:101n, 1:152n, 1:172n, 1:194n, 1:453n, 1:482, 1:521n, 1:571–1:572, 1:609n, 1:663n, 2:75n, 2:236n, 2:377n, 2:404n, 3:40n, 3:94n, 4:431n, 4:501n, 4:617n, 4:638n, 5:19n, 5:25n, 5:79n, 5:101n, 5:372n, 5:459n, 6:459n, 7:437n, 8:42, 8:43, 8:101–8:102, 8:242n, 8:363n, 9:xlv, 9:179n, 9:342n, 10:76n, 10:364n, 10:486, 10:616n
  • members of, foreign, 1:72n, 1:146n, 1:452, 1:453n, 1:471n, 2:510n, 3:63n, 3:115n, 3:461–3:462, 3:472n, 4:538–4:539n, 5:514n, 5:604n, 8:362, 8:363n, 9:135n
  • F. A. Michaux sends works to, 3:320–3:321, 8:362
  • and A. Michaux’s western exploration, 6:420–6:421
  • and Noël de la Morinière’s works, 5:601–5:602, 5:604n
  • and papers of Lewis and Clark Expedition, 10:377
  • R. Patterson as vice president of, 8:193, 8:194n
  • R. M. Patterson as secretary of, 7:113, 7:142, 8:102, 8:122, 8:202, 8:206, 8:246–8:247
  • and Philadelphia Museum, 1:46n, 10:204
  • and B. Rush portrait, 4:xlvi
  • and sale of TJ’s library to Congress, 8:40–8:41, 8:41n
  • and H. G. Spafford’s works, 9:340n
  • TJ as president of, 1:540, 4:411–4:412, 4:462, 4:637n, 5:601–5:602, 5:603n, 6:59–6:60, 6:83, 7:407, 7:436–7:437
  • TJ donates fossils to, 8:447, 8:449n
  • TJ forwards material to, 1:97n, 1:98n, 1:100–1:101, 1:140, 1:152n, 1:482, 1:535, 1:571–1:572, 1:608–1:609, 1:609n, 4:147, 4:149n, 5:92, 6:516, 6:518, 7:243, 7:281, 7:281n, 7:281n, 7:288–7:289, 7:446, 7:486, 7:621, 7:621n
  • TJ proposes to donate minerals to, 6:84
  • TJ reelected president of, 2:128, 2:170, 3:284–3:285, 3:312, 6:60n, 6:83, 7:113, 7:142, 8:102, 8:102, 8:102–8:103n
  • TJ resigns from presidency of, 8:41n, 8:101–8:102, 8:102, 8:103, 8:122, 8:123n, 8:167, 8:193, 8:194n, 8:202, 8:206, 8:246, 8:247, 8:445
  • TJ’s purported offer to give books to, 8:41, 8:41n
  • Transactions, 1:36, 2:71, 2:222, 2:404n, 4:651, 6:206, 7:621, 7:621n, 8:643, 8:645n, 9:10, 9:10n, 9:12n, 9:26n, 9:193, 9:194n
  • and J. B. Treat, 2:46–2:47, 2:135, 2:226
  • trunks and cases for, 6:45
  • W. Vaughan sends works to, 5:513–5:514, 5:514–5:515n
  • and D. B. Warden, 2:536, 2:536–2:537n
  • and weights, measures, and coins, 4:167, 4:167n, 4:222, 4:228, 4:409
  • and C. Wistar, 1:100, 1:677, 8:103, 8:193, 8:194n, 8:202, 8:246, 8:247n, 8:247, 8:445, 8:449n
  • works given to, 6:84, 6:84n, 6:458, 6:459n, 8:40
  • works offered to, 10:500–10:501

American Philosophical Society, Historical and Literary Committee

  • formation of, 9:177–9:178, 9:178–9:179n, 9:383–9:384, 9:453–9:454
  • identified, 9:179n
  • members of, 9:177, 9:178–9:179n, 9:180n
  • resolution by, 9:180
  • TJ sends works to, 9:383–9:384, 9:453

The American Practical Brewer and Tanner (J. Coppinger), 6:510, 6:511n, 6:533, 6:597, 6:647, 7:259, 7:285, 7:292, 8:410–8:411, 8:412n, 8:439, 9:29, 9:30n, 9:50n

American Principles (Adams), 3:356, 3:357n, 4:435n

The American Remembrancer (J. Hardie), 9:60

American Revolution. See also Revolutionary War

  • J. Adams on, 8:682–8:683
  • books on, 3:41, 3:41n, 3:98, 6:55, 6:122, 6:231, 6:231n, 6:258, 6:373, 8:178, 8:179n, 8:266, 10:276–10:277, 10:646–10:647
  • and Bunker Hill Association, 2:504–2:505
  • and S. Chew’s speech, 4:152, 4:153n
  • and committees of correspondence, 8:200, 8:200–8:201n, 9:219–9:220, 9:220n, 9:289, 9:289n, 9:367–9:369, 9:369n
  • P. S. Du Pont de Nemours on, 10:41
  • and fugitive slaves, 3:319
  • historiography of, 1:288–1:289, 1:334, 1:634n
  • and Lafayette, 2:10–2:11, 3:314, 3:315n, 8:266
  • and martial law, 10:422–10:423, 10:423n
  • materials for study of, 6:373, 8:200, 8:266, 8:625–8:626, 8:657, 8:682–8:683
  • and meeting with R. Howe, 8:20, 8:20n
  • mentioned, 2:604, 6:358n, 7:465–7:466
  • and N.Y. loyalists, 2:289
  • Seventy-Six Association, 4:105–4:107
  • speeches delivered during, 10:601–10:602, 10:602n, 10:646–10:647
  • J. S. Stake’s service in, 4:623, 4:624n
  • TJ on, 2:421, 2:505, 2:529, 2:541, 4:470–4:471, 8:231, 8:481, 8:533, 8:575, 10:548
  • J. Tyler on, 2:384, 2:385, 2:386
  • U.S. financing of, 6:223, 6:490–6:491, 6:588, 6:593n, 6:601
  • and U.S. Navy, 6:15, 6:183, 6:184n
  • and U.S. territorial boundaries, 9:690, 9:692n
  • and Va. land warrants, 2:74, 2:94, 4:134–4:135, 4:135n, 4:176, 4:566–4:567, 4:568–4:569n, 4:585
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:504, 4:507

American Society for the Encouragement of Domestic Manufactures

  • addresses of, 10:645–10:646, 10:652–10:653, 10:653n
  • memorials to Congress of, 10:653, 10:653n

The American Speaker (A. Small), 7:331–7:332, 7:332n, 7:373–7:374, 7:374n, 7:378n, 7:630

American State Papers and Public Documents, 1:36

American Unitarianism or a Brief History of “The Progress and Present State of the Unitarian Churches in America” … Extracted from his “Memoirs of the Life of the Reverend Theophilus Lindsey,” printed in London, 1812 (T. Belsham), 8:553, 8:553–8:554n, 8:658

American Weekly Messenger; or, Register of state papers, history and politics (Philadelphia newspaper), 6:599, 6:599n

Ames, Fisher

  • J. Adams on, 9:432
  • criticized by J. Q. Adams, 3:356, 3:357n, 4:435, 4:435n
  • death of, 10:360
  • and J. Delaplaine’s Repository, 7:498, 9:352n, 10:536n

Ames, Horace, 10:193, 10:193n

Amherst, Sir Jeffery, 1:290

Amicus. See Cerus

Amiens

  • treaty of (1802), 6:205, 7:298, 7:298–7:299, 7:300n

Amiot, Mme, 1:450

ammonia (spirit of hartshorn), 4:102

ammonium chloride (sal ammoniac)

  • for copper utensils, 1:467, 1:467, 3:183, 3:200

Amonett, Thomas

  • petition to General Assembly, 4:346–4:349

Ampthill (R. Harrison’s Cumberland Co. estate), 9:49n

Amsterdam

  • exchange rate in, 9:181–9:182
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:504

Amy (C. L. Bankhead’s slave), 8:395

Amy (TJ’s slave; b. 1756)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:386

Amy (TJ’s slave; b. 1797)

  • laborer, 4:379
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:385, 5:462, 6:308, 6:309, 8:61, 8:255

Anabasis (Xenophon), 7:662

The Anabasis (Xenophon; trans. E. Spelman), 1:580

Anacreon, 7:448, 10:357

Anacreon Teius, poeta lyricus (J. Barnes), 10:357

The Analectic Magazine, 8:626, 8:626n

The Analogy of Religion (Butler), 3:590, 3:590n

Analostan Island. See Mason’s Island

Analyse Raisonnée de l’Origine de Tous les Cultes, ou Religion Universelle (Destutt de Tracy), 10:459, 10:507, 10:550, 10:573, 10:573, 10:584n, 10:586–10:587, 10:604

Analysis of Green Tobacco (Vauquelin), 1:142–1:146, 1:482

Analysis of Prepared Tobacco (Vauquelin), 1:147–1:152, 1:482

An Analysis of the Experiment in Education, made at Egmore, near Madras (A. Bell), 7:342, 7:342n

“Anas” (Thomas Jefferson), 2:92, 2:93n

anatomy

  • books on, 1:35, 1:307, 7:626, 8:429, 8:429n
  • study of, 1:101n, 6:253, 7:638, 7:640, 7:641, 7:663, 7:667, 7:687, 8:13

Anatomy of the Human Body (John Bell), 1:35, 1:307, 7:626

anchovies, 1:366, 1:366, 9:371, 9:371–9:372, 9:418

Anciennes loix des François (Hoüard, Littleton, and Pothier), 3:130–3:131, 3:175n, 3:546

Andalusia, Spain

  • yellow fever in, 10:128

Anderson (TJ’s slave; b. 1806)

  • death of, 4:388n

Anderson (TJ’s slave; b. 1810; Nanny’s son)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:386, 5:461, 8:62, 8:255

Anderson (TJ’s slave; b. 1810; Sarah [Sally] Hubbard’s son)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:385, 5:460, 6:309, 6:310, 8:62, 8:255

Anderson, Mr.

  • and transport of book, 8:121

Anderson, Mr. (of Richmond), 5:489

Anderson, David, 5:371, 5:651n

Anderson, Edmund

  • and Albemarle Academy, 7:267, 7:282, 7:293, 7:335, 7:339
  • and package for TJ, 8:641

Anderson, Jasper

  • and E. Rosson case, 10:463

Anderson, Joseph

  • comptroller of the Treasury, 9:495n, 10:665, 10:665n
  • letters to, 4:164
  • as U.S. senator, 1:119, 1:473, 4:163, 4:164n, 6:241

Anderson, Richard

  • and account with J. H. Craven, 2:116, 2:371
  • and Henderson lands, 1:440, 1:454, 1:459, 1:460, 5:423, 5:424n
  • and Shoemakers, 3:318

Anderson, William

  • merchant, 4:510, 5:428

Anderson, William C., 1:444, 1:445n, 2:241, 2:242n

Anderson, William Preston

  • letters from accounted for, 5:327n
  • and N. B. Pryor’s military appointment, 5:300, 5:327, 5:328

L’An Deux Mille Quatre Cent Quarante (L. S. Mercier), 10:656

Andover Theological Seminary, 9:255, 9:257n, 9:379, 9:379, 9:382, 9:382

André, Antoine Balthazar Joseph d’

  • as head of French police, 8:138, 8:139n

André, John

  • medal commemorating capture of, 9:54, 9:91, 9:92n

Andrei, Giovanni

  • and carving for TJ, 1:473–1:474, 1:595, 4:66, 4:459, 5:206
  • sculptor for U.S. Capitol, 1:78n, 5:206, 5:238, 9:350, 9:351n, 9:670–9:671, 10:413–10:414

Andrew (ship), 8:632, 8:633n

Andrews, Henry

  • letters from, 4:479–4:480
  • seeks aid from TJ, 4:479–4:480

Andrews, Mary Blair

  • and J. Blair’s will, 9:27–9:28, 9:28–9:29n, 9:29n, 9:93–9:94, 9:94n
  • identified, 9:28n
  • letter from, 9:93–9:94
  • letter to, 9:27–9:29
  • seeks TJ’s legal advice, 9:27–9:28, 9:28–9:29n, 9:93–9:94

Andrews, Robert

  • and C. Bellini estate, 3:376, 9:490
  • family of, 9:29n
  • surveys of, 6:217
  • TJ purchases theodolite from, 9:xliii

anemone, 3:545

anemone, double, 4:497, 4:498n, 4:498n

L’Angleterre Vue a Londres et dans ses Provinces, pendant un séjour de dix années, dont six comme prisonnier de guerre (R. M. Pillet), 10:219–10:220, 10:220n, 10:247, 10:259

Anglo-Saxon language

  • books on, 10:358, 10:358, 10:465
  • TJ’s essay on, 8:236, 8:237n
  • TJ’s study of, 8:236

Anglo-Saxon laws, 1:383, 7:147

The Anglo-Saxon Version, From the Historian Orosius. By Ælfred the Great (P. Orosius), 8:236, 8:237n

Angus, Samuel, 5:535–5:542

Ann (ship), 2:672

M. Annaei Senecae Rhetoris Opera (Seneca), 10:233

Annales de Chimie, 2:406n

Annales du Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle

  • and J. Corrêa da Serra, 4:319–4:320
  • TJ asked to contribute to, 6:17

Annales of England. Containing the Reignes of Henry the Eighth. Edward the Sixt. Queene Mary (F. Godwin; trans. and rev. M. Godwin), 7:629, 7:631n

Anne (TJ’s slave; b. 1807). See Hughes, Anne (TJ’s slave; b. 1807)

Anne, queen of Great Britain

  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502

Annesley, William

  • Description of William Annesley’s New System of Boat and Ship Building; Patented in the United States, 9:558n, 9:559n
  • identified, 9:558n
  • letters from, 9:555–9:559
  • letters to, 9:601
  • as naval architect, 9:555–9:558, 9:601

Anniversary Oration (Latrobe), 3:624, 3:625n

Ann Smith Academy (Lexington), 1:367, 1:368n, 1:506, 1:507n, 3:155, 3:201

Annuaire de La Librairie (G. Fleischer), 9:354, 9:355n, 9:420

Annual Register

  • and E. Aram’s defense, 7:373

anonymous correspondence

  • letters from, 1:69–1:70, 1:291–1:292, 1:654, 1:655n, 1:671–1:673, 2:263, 3:225–3:226, 3:577–3:578, 3:585, 3:590, 4:109, 4:606–4:607, 4:611–4:612, 5:97–5:98, 5:326–5:327, 5:644, 6:503, 8:3–8:7, 8:94–8:95, 9:533–9:537, 10:76–10:80
  • letters from accounted for, 3:655
  • letters to, 2:296
  • in newspapers, 4:36–4:37, 4:37n, 6:98, 6:99, 6:100n, 8:3–8:7, 9:550–9:551n
  • TJ writes anonymously for newspapers, 9:378, 9:380–9:381, 9:381–9:383, 9:548–9:552

Anquetil, Louis Pierre

  • L’Esprit de la Ligue, 7:664
  • Louis XIV, Sa Cour, et le Régent, 7:664
  • works attributed to, 7:664, 7:666n

An Answer to Mr. Jefferson’s Justification of His Conduct in the Case of the New Orleans Batture (E. Livingston), 4:292, 6:627–6:628, 7:96, 7:96n, 7:175

An Answer to the Question, Why are you not a Trinitarian? (R. Wright), 10:382n

anteater, 7:210

anteater, giant, 6:470

Antholiza aethiopica (Chasmanthe aethiopica). See flag lily

Anthony, Benjamin, 1:257n

Anthony, Christopher

  • and Campbell Co. land, 4:680, 5:34, 5:40, 5:48, 5:49, 5:230

Anthony, Mark (Marcus Antonius)

  • J. Adams on, 10:360

Anthony of Egypt, Saint, 7:26

Antichrist

  • Napoleon as, 4:484

Antient Plymouth Society (New London), 1:58, 1:59, 1:102

antimony

  • antimony sulfide (stibnite), 6:230
  • ore, 8:166–8:167
  • rumored source of, 1:189, 3:39, 3:88–3:89
  • sought in Europe, 1:18, 1:283, 1:314, 4:360
  • used in casting type, 1:19n, 1:315–1:316

Antiquarian Society of Charleston, 6:179, 6:180n, 6:251, 6:376–6:377, 6:378n, 6:483, 6:561

antiquities

  • and government, 1:254n
  • Indian burial mounds and fortifications, 6:322–6:329, 6:516, 6:518
  • paintings of, 1:522, 1:523–1:524n, 8:xlvii
  • TJ’s fondness for, 8:239
  • and vases, 1:452, 1:453n, 1:482
  • Villas of the Ancients Illustrated (Castell), 1:390, 1:397n

antiquity

  • financial systems of Egypt, Israel, and China, 2:582–2:586
  • Husbandry of the Ancients (Dickson), 1:581, 2:82
  • Punic wars, 2:606

antislavery

  • in Va., 3:267–3:269, 3:318, 3:319
  • and W. Wilberforce, 3:319, 3:320, 3:513–3:514, 3:514n

Antisthenes (Greek historian)

  • TJ on, 9:456

ant lion, 6:409, 6:411n

Antoninus. See Marcus Aurelius Antoninus (121–180), Roman emperor

Antraigues, Emmanuel Henri Louis Alexandre de Launay, comte d’

  • on British politics, 4:270–4:271
  • Mémoire sur les Etats-généraux, leurs droits, et la maniere de les convoquer, 4:270, 4:274n

Antwerp

  • fortification of, 10:392

Anville, Jean Baptiste Bourguignon d’

  • Compendium of Ancient Geography, 4:311–4:312
  • works of, 3:296n

Aperçu des Résultats obtenus de la fabrication des Sirops et des Conserves de Raisins (A. A. Parmentier), 7:54, 7:54n

Aperçu présenté au Comité des monnoies de l’Assemblée Nationale (Rochon), 5:303n, 5:500

Apis (Egyptian god), 7:33, 7:35–7:36n

Apocynum cannabinum. See Indian hemp

Apodaca, Juan Ruiz de

  • viceroy of New Spain, 10:374

Apollonii Rhodii Argonauticorum libri quatuor (Apollonius Rhodius; ed. J. Shaw), 10:234

Apollonius Rhodius

  • Apollonii Rhodii Argonauticorum libri quatuor (ed. J. Shaw), 10:234

Apologeticus et ad Scapulam Liber (Q. S. F. Tertullianus), 7:458, 7:458n, 8:481–8:482, 8:482n

apoplexy, 1:526

An Appeal to the Nations of Europe against the Continental System (Staël Holstein), 6:513, 6:514n

An Appendix to the Notes on Virginia Relative to the Murder of Logan’s Family (Thomas Jefferson), 10:115, 10:117n

apples

  • Calvite, 3:455, 3:456n
  • crab, 8:12
  • as crop, 4:141, 8:258
  • Detroit, 3:448, 3:448n
  • Hewes Crab, 7:381, 7:382, 7:382n, 7:444, 7:445n
  • from M. W. Lewis, 5:357, 7:78
  • Newtown (Albemarle) pippin, 3:448, 3:448n, 3:455
  • Spitzenburg, 3:448, 3:448n, 3:455
  • Taliaferro (Robinson), 3:455, 3:455, 3:456n, 7:381, 7:444–7:445, 7:445n, 7:492, 7:492n, 9:533

Appleton, Charles H.

  • merchant, 9:128, 9:128n, 9:359, 9:386–9:387, 9:387

Appleton, Nathaniel W.

  • merchant, 9:128, 9:128n, 9:359, 9:386–9:387, 9:387

Appleton, Thomas

  • account with TJ, 10:58, 10:58n, 10:411, 10:416
  • consul at Leghorn, 3:375, 3:381n, 3:646, 8:598, 8:599–8:600, 8:600–8:601n, 8:606–8:607, 8:617, 8:639, 8:655, 8:673, 9:359, 9:387, 9:388, 9:394, 9:416, 9:417, 9:514, 9:552, 9:583, 9:645n, 9:649, 10:10
  • desires transfer to U.S. consulate in Paris, 8:161–8:162, 8:162n
  • forwards letters to TJ, 8:689, 9:114, 9:116, 9:119n
  • identified, 8:162n
  • on Italy, 10:92, 10:414
  • letters from, 8:161–8:162, 8:689–8:691, 9:126–9:128, 9:583, 9:669–9:673, 10:57–10:58, 10:91–10:92, 10:274–10:275, 10:411–10:415, 10:475–10:476
  • letters to, 8:318, 9:349–9:351, 9:416, 10:247–10:249
  • and P. Mazzei’s estate, 9:126, 9:583, 9:645n, 9:669–9:670, 9:678n, 10:57, 10:91, 10:248, 10:251, 10:411, 10:476
  • on P. Mazzei’s health, 8:689–8:691, 9:583
  • recommends L. Bartolini, 9:127–9:128
  • and sculptors for U.S. Capitol, 9:350, 9:351n, 9:670–9:671, 10:413–10:414
  • and sculptures of G. Washington, 8:161, 8:162n, 9:386, 9:387n, 9:671, 10:412–10:413, 10:414–10:415, 10:476
  • TJ introduces B. S. Barton to, 8:318, 8:326
  • TJ on, 8:599–8:600, 8:606–8:607, 8:617
  • TJ pays, 9:359, 9:359, 9:360n, 9:416, 9:514, 9:552, 9:649, 10:58, 10:58n
  • on U.S. commercial competiveness, 10:91–10:92
  • and wine for TJ, 9:350–9:351, 9:351n, 9:359, 9:416, 9:671, 10:58, 10:58n, 10:91, 10:157, 10:249, 10:274–10:275, 10:299, 10:407, 10:411, 10:416, 10:440, 10:475, 10:476

Appomattox River, 3:103, 3:104n, 3:140, 3:195, 4:146

apricots

  • planted at Monticello, 3:455
  • trees, 1:40, 1:40, 2:294n, 2:294, 2:313

Apuleius, Lucius

  • Metamorphoses, 10:589

Apuntes ligeros sobre la nueva constitución (Foronda), 1:470–1:471, 1:577, 1:604, 1:606n, 4:282, 4:284n

Aquinas, Saint Thomas. See Thomas Aquinas

Arabic language

  • writings in, 8:3, 8:5

Arago, Dominique François Jean

  • and standard measures, 9:223

Aram, Eugene

  • Defense at his Trial for Murder, 7:373, 7:374, 7:374n, 7:374–7:379, 7:511, 7:569, 7:630
  • identified, 7:378n

Aranda, Conde de. See Abarca de Bolea, Pedro Pablo, Conde de

Arata, Teophane

  • and consulship at Civitavecchia, 3:645–3:646, 3:647
  • letters from, 3:647
  • recommended by A. Gerna, 4:376

Arator; being a series of Agricultural Essays, Practical & Political (J. Taylor), 6:122, 6:613, 6:613, 7:146, 7:217, 7:221n, 8:383–8:384, 8:442, 8:623

Arblay, Madame d’. See Burney, Fanny, Madame d’Arblay

arborvitae, 10:197

Arbuckle, William B.

  • letters from accounted for, 5:443n
  • letters to, 5:441–5:442
  • seeks TJ’s assistance, 5:441–5:442, 5:443

Archaeologiae Americanae Telluris Collectanea et Specimina (B. S. Barton), 2:510n, 8:422, 8:422n

Archæologia Græca: or the Antiquities of Greece (J. Potter), 10:358

Archaeologia, or, Miscellaneous tracts relating to antiquity, 5:513, 5:514–5:515n

Archaionomia (W. Lambarde), 7:126, 7:127

Archbald, James, 1:238–1:240, 2:202

Archbald, Mary Ann Wodrow

  • identified, 1:240n
  • letters from, 1:238–1:240, 2:201–2:203
  • seeks TJ’s advice on sheep husbandry, 1:238–1:240, 2:202

Archer, John, 5:524, 5:526n

Archer, Stevenson, 5:525, 5:526n

Archimedes

  • lever of, 8:167
  • screw of, 6:380, 6:382, 7:108, 7:131, 7:132

architecture. See also building materials

  • books on, 9:500, 10:235, 10:237n
  • construction at U.S. Capitol, 3:534–3:537, 3:555–3:556, 8:313, 8:314, 8:591–8:596
  • Diocletian’s palace, 3:581–3:582
  • B. H. Latrobe’s drawings, 3:535–3:536, 3:537n, 3:581–3:582, 3:590–3:591
  • study of, 7:165, 7:639, 7:639, 7:687
  • TJ advises J. H. Cocke, 9:500–9:501
  • TJ advises R. Harrison, 9:49, 9:49n
  • TJ’s opinion on Monticello as, 1:595–1:596

Architecture Hydraulique (B. F. de Bélidor), 6:381, 7:386

Archives of Useful Knowledge (Mease), 3:51n, 3:95n, 5:364–5:365, 5:365n

Archy (TJ’s slave; b. 1808)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:388
  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717

Archytas (Greek philosopher), 7:75

Arco, L. Graf von, 5:273n

Arctomys, 4:536

Arcueil, Société de, 1:264, 1:267n, 1:316

Arden, Daniel D.

  • publisher, 4:312n

Aréjula, Juan Manuel de

  • Breve Descripcion de la Fiebre Amarilla Padecida en Cadiz y Pueblos Comarcanos en 1800, 10:130, 10:146n

Argand lamps, 4:362–4:363

Argentina

  • independence movement in, 10:373, 10:373–10:374

Argentré, Bertrand d’

  • Coûtumes generales du paîs et duché de Bretagne, 3:130–3:131, 3:174n

Argus, USS (brig), 6:190

Argus, USS (sloop; second)

  • destruction of, 7:xlv

Ariadne (mythological character), 10:399

Arikara bean, 3:150, 3:150n, 3:166

Arikara Indians, 6:323

Aristides “the Just”

  • TJ addressed as, 4:469

Aristophanes

  • Comœdiæ (ed. R. F. P. Brunck), 8:581
  • works of bound for TJ, 8:630

Ἀριστοτέλους περὶ ποιητικῆς. Aristotelis de Poetica (Aristotle; ed. T. Goulston), 10:357

Aristotle

  • and animal classification, 7:209, 10:208, 10:209n
  • Ἀριστοτέλους περὶ ποιητικῆς. Aristotelis de Poetica (ed. T. Goulston), 10:357
  • Aristotle’s Ethics and Politics, comprising his Practical Philosophy, Translated from the Greek (trans. J. Gillies), 10:304, 10:304–10:305n, 10:349
  • Histoire des Animaux d’Aristote, Avec la Traduction Françoise (trans. A. G. Camus), 8:656, 8:659n, 10:233
  • Historia Animalium, 10:208, 10:209n
  • historical writings of, 6:278, 7:479
  • Politics, 7:686
  • Les Politiqves d’Aristote (Leroy), 3:546
  • quoted, 7:25, 7:27n, 10:208, 10:418
  • read by J. Adams, 4:474
  • referenced, 9:78, 9:637, 10:227, 10:228n
  • and Scottish philosophy, 3:277–3:278
  • study of, 7:24, 7:667, 10:417
  • TJ on, 10:349
  • A Treatise on Government. Translated from the Greek of Aristotle (trans. W. Ellis), 10:349, 10:349n

Aristotle’s Ethics and Politics, comprising his Practical Philosophy, Translated from the Greek (Aristotle; trans. J. Gillies), 10:304, 10:304–10:305n, 10:349

Arkansas (trading post)

  • meteorological observations at, 1:97, 1:482, 1:608–1:609, 1:609n, 2:46–2:47, 2:135, 2:198, 2:226

Arkansas District (Louisiana Territory)

  • judges in, 4:71
  • land claims in, 4:70–4:71

Arkansas River, 1:97n, 4:536

Arkwright, Sir Richard

  • spinning jenny of, 1:525, 4:512, 5:202, 7:570, 8:368, 8:535, 8:605

Armand, Colonel. See La Rouërie, Armand Charles Tuffin, marquis de

Armistead (TJ’s slave; b. 1771)

  • hat for, 7:124
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:385, 5:460, 5:462, 6:309, 8:60, 8:255

Armistead, Ann (Anne) Cary Norton (wife of William Armistead [ca. 1773–1840]), 10:426, 10:426, 10:438, 10:441

Armistead, George

  • War of 1812 service of, 10:426, 10:439, 10:441

Armistead, William (ca. 1773–1840)

  • family of, 10:426, 10:438–10:439, 10:439, 10:441
  • identified, 10:427n
  • seeks federal appointment, 10:426, 10:427n, 10:438–10:439, 10:441, 10:442, 10:482, 10:496, 10:524–10:525, 10:525

Armistead, William (of Amherst Co.)

  • appointment of, 6:443n, 8:126, 8:128–8:129, 8:141, 8:153, 10:476, 10:519n
  • rumored resignation of, 10:496, 10:519

armor

  • coat of mail, 10:398

Arms, William G.

  • carries letter, 6:229
  • letters of introduction for, 3:51–3:52

Armstead (Manuel) (TJ’s slave; b. 1794)

  • hat for, 7:124
  • laborer, 4:379
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:385, 6:308, 8:61, 8:255

Armstrong, John

  • advocates war against France and Great Britain, 1:536–1:537
  • anti-administration activities of, 3:260, 3:274, 3:275n, 3:330, 3:553
  • and J. Barnes, 7:284, 7:294, 7:323
  • carries W. Short’s letters to U.S., 1:115, 1:120
  • comments on I. A. Coles, 1:260
  • criticized by Federalists, 5:352–5:353, 5:354n
  • and A. Crozat’s charter, 5:8–5:9, 5:85
  • dispatches mentioned, 1:65, 1:113, 1:117, 1:229–1:230, 1:370, 1:658, 2:35–2:36, 2:36n, 2:242, 2:256, 2:257, 2:287, 2:287, 2:410, 2:463, 2:470, 2:471n, 2:480, 2:536, 2:672
  • donates books, 6:291
  • and P. S. Du Pont de Nemours, 1:314
  • and E. Earle, 7:200n
  • and Embargo Act (1813), 7:299
  • An Enquiry respecting the Capture of Washington by the British, on the 24th August, 1814, 9:710, 9:710n
  • identified, 1:20n
  • and Lafayette’s La. lands, 2:243
  • letters from, 1:260, 1:536–1:538, 3:228–3:229, 5:8–5:9
  • letters to, 1:19–1:21, 1:412–1:413, 3:251–3:252, 5:608–5:609, 5:645–5:646
  • mentioned, 6:525, 7:572
  • and merino sheep, 2:39, 5:8n
  • and minerals for TJ, 6:373, 7:261–7:262, 7:323
  • and R. C. Nicholas’s appointment, 5:645–5:646, 5:648
  • and D. Parker’s double plow, 3:228, 3:245, 3:251
  • and profit-making scheme, 3:577, 3:578n
  • returns to U.S., 3:106, 3:251–3:252, 3:252n
  • rumored as secretary of war, 1:118, 1:140, 1:375
  • as secretary of war, 5:608–5:609, 5:609n, 5:610, 5:610n, 5:611, 6:173–6:174, 6:177n, 6:209, 6:242, 6:242n, 7:13n, 7:160n, 7:262, 7:609, 7:610n, 7:610n, 7:610n, 7:623, 7:624n, 7:648, 7:657, 8:18n, 8:153, 8:153–8:154, 8:176, 8:205–8:206, 8:206n, 8:264, 9:710, 9:710n
  • sends dynamometer to TJ, 1:20
  • sends Guillaume plow to TJ, 1:313
  • sends spinning wheel to TJ, 1:313
  • TJ on, 3:542, 7:648
  • TJ reimburses, 7:261, 7:261–7:262, 7:284, 7:294, 7:323
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:624, 5:8
  • TJ’s letters of introduction to, 1:402, 1:423
  • U.S. minister to France, 1:235n, 1:331, 1:374–1:375, 1:413, 1:528, 1:529, 1:627, 2:288, 2:295, 2:310, 2:366, 2:418, 2:419n, 3:54, 3:96n, 3:105, 3:105, 3:114, 3:177, 3:224, 3:229, 3:444, 3:524, 5:8, 5:8–5:9n
  • and D. B. Warden, 1:141n, 3:107–3:108, 3:248–3:249, 3:251, 3:279–3:280, 3:309, 3:330, 3:340, 3:463, 3:518–3:519, 3:538–3:539, 3:542, 3:557–3:558

Armstrong, Robert

  • militia service of, 7:161

Army, U.S.

  • and African Americans, 7:532–7:534
  • arsenal at New London, 5:81, 5:104–5:105, 5:107
  • artillery and small arms for, 2:258, 2:588, 2:603, 2:606, 2:614
  • atrocities of in Canada, 8:57, 8:57n, 8:214–8:215, 8:215–8:218, 8:219, 8:221, 8:222, 8:224, 8:225–8:226
  • chaplains for, 6:525, 6:526n
  • court-martial of I. A. Coles, 7:609, 7:609–7:611n
  • employment of foreigners in, 10:391–10:392
  • enlistment for, 7:16–7:20, 7:158, 7:159
  • expansion of, 2:130, 2:131n, 2:190, 8:66, 8:67n, 8:108, 8:168, 8:177, 8:178, 8:259, 8:575, 8:575n
  • funding for, 2:358n, 7:669, 7:670–7:671
  • impressment of boats for, 7:123, 7:135, 7:156
  • light artillery, 2:304
  • medical department, 6:27, 6:28n, 6:46, 6:64, 6:169
  • military academy, 2:258, 2:261n, 2:387
  • military stores for, 2:257
  • and militia, 2:130, 2:131n, 2:258, 2:259, 2:588, 7:16–7:20, 7:532, 7:669, 8:27, 8:31, 8:46, 8:168, 8:177, 8:178, 8:251n, 8:251n, 8:259, 8:442–8:443, 8:443–8:444n, 8:575, 8:575n
  • J. Monroe refuses a commission in, 2:45
  • morale of, 8:19–8:20
  • and Niagara Campaign, 5:531–5:532, 5:532–5:545
  • officers’ commissions sought, 1:583, 1:583n, 4:186–4:187, 8:129, 8:198–8:199, 8:205–8:206, 8:663
  • opinions on standing army, 7:652, 7:678, 8:251n, 10:215
  • payment of soldiers in, 10:433
  • Peace Establishment Act (1802), 3:120, 3:122n, 3:163
  • reduction of, 8:443, 8:444n, 8:536–8:537
  • resignations from, 2:107n, 2:539
  • supplies purchased for, 10:653n
  • TJ on, 8:357, 8:360, 10:609
  • volunteer act, 5:319–5:321

Arnaud, Felix

  • and batture controversy, 8:64n

Arnauld, Antoine

  • Historia et Concordia Evangelica, 10:233
  • The Primitives of the Greek Tongue, 10:358

Arnobius

  • quoted, 7:25, 7:27n

Arnold, Benedict

  • TJ compares W. Hull to, 5:366, 5:368
  • TJ’s plan to capture, 8:423, 8:423n
  • Va. invasion of, 4:15, 4:432, 4:434n, 8:178, 8:481, 8:482n, 10:xlvi, 10:267

Arrian (Flavius Arrianus)

  • Arriani Nicomedensis Expeditionis Alexandri Libri Septem et Historia Indica Græc. et Lat. cum Annotationibus (ed. G. Raphel), 10:233, 10:236n
  • writings of, 6:317

Arriani Nicomedensis Expeditionis Alexandri Libri Septem et Historia Indica Græc. et Lat. cum Annotationibus (Arrian; ed. G. Raphel), 10:233, 10:236n

Arrowsmith, Aaron

  • New and Elegant General Atlas, 4:352, 4:354n, 7:31

arsenic

  • used in manufacture of shot, 8:98, 8:98n

arson

  • in Great Britain proposed by TJ, 5:186, 5:293, 7:11

Arson, Mr.

  • family of, 9:472, 9:573, 9:574n

artichokes, 8:305

artificial horizon

  • instructions for use of, 9:205–9:206, 9:275
  • made for TJ, 3:479–3:480, 4:167, 4:167n
  • owned by TJ, 4:369
  • sent by R. Patterson, 9:76–9:77, 9:77n, 9:125–9:126, 9:205, 9:275
  • for U.S. Coast Survey, 9:222, 9:222, 9:222

artillery

  • columbiads, 6:244–6:246, 6:247, 6:248, 6:249n, 6:273
  • underwater, 6:243–6:249, 6:272, 6:272, 6:272n, 6:272–6:273

Artimino (Artiminiano), Italy

  • wine from, 10:275, 10:411, 10:416

Artois, Charles Ferdinand d’, duc de Berry

  • Lafayette on, 7:539

Artois, Charles Philippe, comte d’ (later Charles X, king of France)

  • and Louis XVIII, 7:540
  • and Napoleon, 7:423–7:424, 7:538

Artzt, Charles

  • constructs textile machinery, 1:524–1:525, 1:525n, 5:151–5:154, 5:155, 5:215
  • identified, 5:154n
  • invents self-feeding nail machine, 5:151–5:154
  • letters from, 5:151–5:154
  • letters to, 5:215–5:216
  • G. Sullivan recommends, 5:155

Aruda (wine), 3:240, 3:241n

Asciano, Pisa, Italy

  • fountain at, 9:674, 9:679n

Asclepias. See milkweed

Ashby v. White

  • TJ references, 8:526, 8:527n

Ashlin, John

  • identified, 4:629n
  • letters to, 4:629
  • mill of, 1:560, 2:97, 2:98n
  • TJ procures fish from, 4:629, 4:668, 4:677

Asia

  • corn from, 9:672
  • and Great Britain, 7:31
  • immigrants from, 1:253
  • peoples of, 7:533
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:506

asparagus, 2:334, 2:368, 3:353, 3:394, 5:48, 6:93, 6:94, 7:288, 8:78, 8:305, 9:702

asparagus beans, 3:454, 3:454, 3:454, 3:456, 3:501–3:502

aspen trees, 1:398, 3:353, 3:354, 3:448, 5:482n, 9:533

Aspern-Essling, Battle of (1809), 1:371–1:372, 1:377n, 1:436

Aspland, Robert

  • identified, 10:123–10:124n
  • letter to, from F. A. Van der Kemp, 10:123–10:124
  • publishes TJ’s syllabus on Jesus’s doctrines, 10:124n

Ast, William Frederick, 1:219n, 1:244n

Astley, Thomas

  • letter from accounted for, 10:19–10:20n
  • and Port Folio, 10:19

Astor, John Jacob

  • and Astoria settlement, 6:556–6:557, 6:557–6:558, 6:603, 10:627
  • and fur trade, 4:550–4:553, 5:74–5:75, 6:557, 6:557
  • identified, 4:554n
  • letters from, 4:550–4:554, 6:556–6:558
  • letters to, 5:74–5:75, 6:603
  • meets TJ, 4:550, 4:554n
  • and R. Stuart’s journal, 6:557, 6:603
  • subscribes to U.S. war loan, 6:602n

Astoria (trading settlement on Northwest coast), 6:556–6:557, 6:557–6:558, 6:603, 10:627

Astronomica (M. Manilius), 8:683–8:684, 8:684n

Astronomical and Geographical Essays … and also An Introduction to Practical Astronomy (G. Adams), 8:670, 8:685, 8:686

Astronomical Tables and Precepts, For calculating the true Times of New and Full Moons (J. Ferguson), 7:407, 7:408n, 7:409, 7:409, 7:409, 7:626

Astronomie (J. Lalande), 4:244, 4:244n, 7:626, 10:235

L’Astronomie, Poëme en Quatre Chants (Gudin de la Brenellerie), 4:147, 4:149n, 4:167, 4:167n, 10:235, 10:237n

astronomy

  • ancient Mexican, 1:521, 1:521n, 1:556
  • astronomical instruments, 4:237, 4:238n, 4:238n, 4:369, 4:370n
  • and B. Banneker, 1:588, 1:590n
  • books on, 1:24, 1:35, 1:35, 1:576, 1:581, 2:466, 4:195–4:196, 4:213–4:214, 6:75, 6:84, 6:84n, 7:626, 8:388, 8:670, 8:685, 8:686, 10:233, 10:235, 10:237n, 10:508–10:509, 10:550, 10:580, 10:587, 10:642
  • and calculations of Monticello’s latitude, 9:70, 9:415
  • and calculations of Monticello’s longitude, 4:235–4:236, 4:239, 4:246, 4:247–4:266, 4:276, 4:344, 4:368, 4:369, 4:402–4:406, 4:407, 8:455, 8:456n
  • and calculations of Poplar Forest’s latitude, 3:361–3:367, 9:245–9:246, 10:514–10:515
  • and calculations of prime meridian, 1:54–1:55n, 1:275–1:276, 1:356–1:358, 1:359n, 1:489–1:498, 1:511–1:512, 1:534, 2:54, 2:55n, 2:337–2:338n, 2:398–2:399, 2:541, 2:566, 4:275–4:276, 4:651–4:660
  • and calculations of Willis’s Mountain’s latitude, 10:571–10:572, 10:572n
  • Jupiter, 3:480, 4:368, 4:369, 9:687, 9:691
  • and lunar calculations, 1:540–1:554, 2:54, 2:60–2:68, 4:368–4:369, 4:369, 5:245–5:251, 7:407, 7:408–7:409
  • and observations of Lewis and Clark Expedition, 10:377, 10:377, 10:444, 10:444, 10:445
  • D. Rittenhouse’s orrery, 7:217
  • solar eclipse of 1806, 4:246, 4:263
  • and solar observations, 4:188, 4:195, 4:235, 4:237–4:239, 4:246, 4:263, 4:368, 4:369, 4:403, 4:407, 9:36
  • study of, 1:535, 7:480, 7:480, 7:638, 7:639, 7:663, 7:686, 9:84–9:85, 9:529
  • TJ on, 3:480, 9:691–9:692

Astronomy explained upon Sir Isaac Newton’s principles (J. Ferguson), 1:576, 1:581, 2:466, 7:626

Astruc, Jean

  • Conjectures sur les Memoires Originaux Dont il paroit que Moyse s’est servi pour composer le Livre de la Genese, 10:504, 10:506–10:507n

Asturias, Prince of. See Ferdinand VII, king of Spain

Atamasco lily, 4:523

Athanasius, Saint

  • creed of, 6:286, 6:287, 6:503, 6:508
  • criticized, 7:220

Athens

  • democracy in, 3:8, 3:12, 3:15
  • TJ on, 10:546

Atkinson, John, 5:141n

Atkinson, Michael

  • identified, 8:612n
  • letter to, 8:612
  • and millwork for TJ, 7:461, 7:515, 8:63, 8:71, 8:612, 8:613, 9:51, 9:52n

Atkinson, William K., 3:122n

Atkyns, John Tracy

  • Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery, 6:477

Atlantic Ocean

  • and northwest passage, 1:443
  • passage across, 2:202, 2:289

Atlas Historique, Généalogique, Chronologique et Géographique (Las Cases), 3:552, 3:552n, 3:578

Atlas Portatif à l’usage des Colleges (Grenet and R. Bonne), 7:116, 7:116–7:117n

attainder

  • of J. Philips, 7:495, 7:496n, 7:548–7:549, 8:334–8:337, 8:337–8:338n, 8:483–8:484, 8:620, 8:620, 8:643–8:644, 10:xlvi, 10:438

Attwater, Reuben, 3:370, 3:370n

Auerstaedt, Duke of. See Davout, Louis Nicolas, Duc d’Auerstädt, Prince of Eckmühl

Auger, Athanese, trans.

  • Discours de Lycurgue, d’Andocide, d’Isée, de Dinarque, avec un Fragment sous le Nom de Démade, 7:259
  • Œuvres complettes de Dêmosthene et d’Eschine (Demosthenes; Aeschines), 7:259
  • Œuvres Complettes d’Isocrate (Isocrates), 7:259, 9:456
  • works of Lysias, 7:259, 7:285, 8:630, 9:456

augers

  • TJ orders, 4:315

Augusta County, Va.

  • springs at, 1:192
  • Weyers Cave, 1:309, 1:309n

Auguste, Henry, 3:557–3:558n

Augustin, Mr.

  • as secretary to Destutt de Tracy, 9:484

Augustine (Austin) (TJ’s slave; b. ca. 1775)

  • hat for, 7:124
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:382, 4:383, 4:384, 4:385, 5:461, 6:309, 8:61, 8:255

Augustine, Saint, 7:24

Augustus (Gaius Octavius; 1st Roman emperor), 8:505, 8:508n

Auldjo, Thomas, 10:21, 10:22n

auricula, 3:545, 4:497, 4:498n, 4:498n, 4:523, 5:477, 5:477n, 5:553

Auriol, M., 1:536

Aurora (Philadelphia newspaper)

  • advertisements in, 6:510, 7:282
  • anti-Republican writings of, 3:574, 3:585, 3:586n, 3:591, 3:600
  • and J. Delaplaine’s Repository, 10:536
  • and W. Duane, 1:48, 1:49n, 1:49n, 3:331, 4:174, 4:174n, 7:527, 7:564–7:565, 9:568n, 10:79, 10:652n
  • financial difficulties of, 3:450–3:452, 3:507, 3:515, 3:549–3:550
  • publishes An Exposition of the Causes and Character of the War (A. J. Dallas), 8:381, 8:381n
  • publishes essay by P. S. Du Pont de Nemours, 9:617–9:618n, 9:619–9:620
  • on R. Smith’s dismissal, 3:622–3:623
  • TJ’s election as American Philosophical Society president announced in, 6:83, 6:83n
  • TJ’s subscription to, 1:48, 1:49n, 1:49n, 2:175n, 4:56, 7:554, 7:564–7:565, 8:435, 8:436n, 8:468, 8:469n, 8:469, 9:439

Austin (TJ’s slave; b. ca. 1775). See Augustine (Austin) (TJ’s slave; b. ca. 1775)

Austin, Mr., 2:397

Austin, Benjamin, 6:255, 6:296, 6:297

  • as commissioner of loans, 8:407, 8:408n
  • Constitutional Republicanism, 9:249, 9:250n
  • correspondence with TJ published, 9:249n, 9:336n, 9:403, 9:457–9:458, 9:533–9:534
  • identified, 9:249n
  • letters from, 9:247–9:250, 9:403
  • letters to, 9:333–9:337, 9:457–9:458
  • and manufacturing, 9:248–9:249, 9:333–9:336, 9:403, 9:457
  • Observations on the Pernicious Practice of the Law, 9:249, 9:249n, 9:333
  • recommends book for TJ, 8:391
  • on War of 1812, 9:247–9:248

Austin, David

  • and millenial sermons, 5:12, 5:13n

Austin, Eli

  • petition to General Assembly, 4:346–4:349

Austin, James, 2:397

Austin, James Trecothick

  • E. Gerry’s son-in-law, 5:318, 9:4, 9:6n
  • identified, 4:38n
  • letters from, 4:37–4:38, 8:585–8:586
  • letters to, 4:67–4:68, 8:614
  • An Oration, Pronounced at Lexington, Mass., 8:585–8:586, 8:614, 9:4, 9:6n, 9:78
  • Resistance to the Laws of the United States (“Leolin”), 4:38n, 4:67–4:68
  • sends pamphlet to TJ, 4:37, 5:318–5:319n

Austin, John

  • and Gilliam v. Fleming, 1:608
  • letters to, 1:608

Austin, John (British writer)

  • quoted, 7:582, 7:590n

Australia

  • endemic species of, 7:210

Austria. See also Francis I, emperor of Austria

  • Charles, archduke of Austria, 1:371, 1:372
  • and Congress of Vienna, 7:528–7:529, 9:91n, 9:218n
  • and Declaration of Pillnitz, 4:430n
  • Habsburg dynasty, 6:192
  • John, archduke of Austria, 1:372
  • and partitions of Poland, 6:212, 6:212n, 7:298, 9:345, 9:347n
  • relations with France, 8:138, 9:347
  • relations with Great Britain, 2:275
  • relations with Prussia, 9:347
  • relations with Spain, 9:347
  • Schwarzenberg, Karl Philipp (Austrian Ambassador), 1:117, 1:121n
  • and Treaty of Tilsit, 1:516, 1:517n, 1:529, 1:627
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502
  • war with Napoleon, 1:140–1:141, 1:328, 1:370–1:371, 2:7, 2:9n

“Authentic Anecdote,” 3:261–3:262

The Author Turned Critic; or The Reviewer Reviewed (J. Delaplaine), 10:493, 10:493n, 10:497, 10:520

Autobiography (T. Jefferson), 7:605n

Les Aventures de Télémaque (Fénelon), 7:195, 7:195n

avisos, 1:19, 1:21n, 1:117, 1:230

axes, 7:83, 8:23, 8:222, 8:313

Ayeen Akbery: or, the institutes of the Emperor Akber (Akbar), 10:486

Aylett, Philip, 2:535

azedaracs (chinaberry), 3:354, 3:355n

Azuni, Domenico Alberto

  • in law curriculum, 7:688

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