You are here

Current Cumulative Index - H

This index refers to page numbers in the published volumes. Documents subsequently added to the digital editions are marked with a +. Copies of the published volumes are available at a library near you, or may be purchased through this website or from Princeton University Press. The volumes are also available via two online platforms, the Rotunda version through the University of Virginia Press (subscription required) and the Founders Online version (free).

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Habersham, Joseph

  • as postmaster general, 8:667

Habington, William

  • The Historie of Edvvard the Fourth, King of England, 7:629, 7:631n

Hackley, Harriet (Harriet Randolph Hackley’s daughter), 2:393n

Hackley, Harriet Randolph (Richard S. Hackley’s wife)

  • bears daughter, 2:393, 2:393n
  • family of, 1:114n, 9:57n
  • greetings sent to, 7:394, 11:624n, 11:626n
  • makes purchases for TJ, 4:219, 4:233, 4:234n
  • M. J. Randolph’s correspondence with, 7:328

Hackley, Jane Elizabeth Catherine. See Taylor, Jane Elizabeth Catherine Hackley

Hackley, Richard Shippey

  • bankruptcy of, 8:296n
  • consul at Cádiz, 3:342–3:343, 3:523, 4:219
  • dispute over vice-consulship at Cádiz, 1:113–1:114, 1:155, 1:156n
  • identified, 9:57n
  • letter from, 9:57
  • and sugar for TJ, 9:57, 9:269, 9:286

Haden, Mr., 3:244

Hadley, John

  • and astronomical instruments, 3:480, 4:369, 4:370n, 9:223, 9:225n, 9:680, 9:689, 9:691, 9:691–9:692
  • sextant of, 9:622, 9:643, 9:643

Hagers-Town Gazette (Maryland newspaper), 4:37n

The Hague. See also The Netherlands

  • W. Eustis serves as U.S. minister at, 8:434n

Haines, Reuben, 5:415n, 5:630, 5:631

Haines, Samuel

  • identified, 3:122n
  • letters from, 3:120–3:122
  • letters to, 3:163
  • and military desertion case, 3:120–3:121, 3:163

hair powder, 1:190, 1:245

Αἱρέσεων ἀνάστασις or, A New Way of Deciding Old Controversies (“Basanistes”), 10:241, 10:242, 10:242n, 10:381, 10:382

Hairston, George

  • military service of, 7:226–7:227

Haiti

  • and African Americans, 11:501

Αἱ τοῦ Σοφοκλέους τραγῳδίαι ἑπτά. Sophoclis Tragoediæ Septem (Sophocles; ed. T. Johnson), 10:234, 10:237n

Hakluyt, Richard

  • The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation, 8:581, 9:109

Hal (laborer)

  • paid for work, 7:45, 7:45n

Hale, Sir Mathew

  • De jure maris et brachiorum ejusdem, 3:546, 3:546
  • and King v. Taylor, 7:147–7:148, 7:148, 7:148
  • as legal authority, 11:368
  • and witch trial at Bury Saint Edmunds, 7:147, 7:150–7:151n

Hale, Thomas

  • A Compleat Body of Husbandry, 1:581, 2:82, 7:626, 11:164

Hales, Stephen

  • Statical Essays: containing Vegetable Staticks, 2:82, 11:164

Halesia. See silver bells

Haley, Nathan, 3:557–3:558n

Halhed, Nathaniel Brassey, trans.

  • A Code of Gentoo Laws, or, Ordinations of the Pundits, 7:221n

Halifax, Nova Scotia

  • prisoners of war at, 10:168
  • Royal Navy station, 5:354
  • rumored discharge of neutral ships from, 8:97, 8:97n, 8:100
  • TJ on prospects of capturing, 8:264, 8:292, 8:300, 8:312, 8:360

Hall (Hal) (TJ’s slave; b. 1767)

  • hat for, 7:124
  • hog keeper, 4:381, 5:489
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:382, 4:383, 4:384, 4:385, 5:461, 6:308, 8:60, 8:255
  • tasks for, 4:380

Hall, Charles

  • advises on war strategy, 5:172–5:174
  • identified, 5:174n
  • letters from, 5:172–5:174
  • letters from accounted for, 5:174n

Hall, Daniel, 6:570, 6:570, 6:571n, 6:615n

Hall, David

  • and Pennsylvania Gazette, 8:621

Hall, Dominick A.

  • and batture controversy, 3:247n, 6:388, 6:390, 6:392

Hall, Edward

  • The Union of the two noble and illustre famelies of Lancastre & Yorke, 8:581, 8:582n

Hall, Francis

  • Account of a Visit to Monticello, 10:643–10:648
  • and cement, 11:113, 11:114n
  • identified, 10:647–10:648n
  • introduced to TJ, 10:594, 10:643
  • letter from, 11:113–11:114
  • visits Monticello, 10:594, 10:643–10:647, 11:113, 11:114n
  • visits Natural Bridge, 10:648n

Hall, Harrison

  • and American Law Journal, 11:541, 11:599–11:600
  • identified, 11:541–11:542n
  • letter from, 11:541–11:542
  • letter to, 11:599–11:600
  • and Port Folio, 11:541, 11:599–11:600

Hall, James

  • improved planting technique of, 8:42–8:43, 8:43n, 8:104, 8:210, 8:366–8:367, 8:369n, 8:457–8:458
  • visits TJ at Washington, 8:104, 8:104n

Hall, John (master of Rebecca), 1:44

Hall, John Elihu

  • address cover to, 7:xliv, 7:434 (illus.)
  • American Law Journal, 5:176, 5:176n, 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
  • identified, 5:176n
  • letters from, 5:175–5:176, 6:627–6:628, 7:241–7:242
  • letters to, 5:219–5:220, 7:95–7:96
  • sends books for T. Cooper, 5:175–5:176, 5:223

Hall, Parry, 3:243n

Hall, Sergeant

  • identified, 5:295n
  • letters from, 5:294–5:295
  • sends TJ book, 5:294–5:295

Hallet, Stephen, 3:313n

Hallet, Stephen S., 2:319n

Halley, Edmond

  • and barometric calculation of altitude, 9:314, 9:316n

ham, 2:291

Ham, Elijah

  • mentioned, 6:347
  • as overseer at Lego, 4:101, 9:152, 9:604n, 10:387, 10:388n

Hamburg (German city-state)

  • banks in, 6:649, 6:649n
  • glass from, 3:520

“Hamilton.” See Richards, George H.

Hamilton, Alexander (1757–1804)

  • and J. Adams, 2:176, 2:177n, 4:474–4:475, 6:254, 6:284
  • admires British government, 7:102–7:103, 7:103–7:104n
  • and Bank of the United States, 6:534
  • constitutional ideas of, 2:147n, 2:176, 2:177n, 2:252, 2:542, 2:542n, 2:568, 2:578
  • death of, 10:360
  • and J. Delaplaine’s Repository, 7:498, 9:352n, 10:536n
  • P. S. Du Pont de Nemours on, 3:80, 4:328
  • family of, 5:43, 5:43n, 6:515, 10:360
  • The Federalist, 7:628, 9:436, 10:417–10:418, 10:418, 10:419n
  • and P. Henry, 4:604
  • influence over G. Washington, 6:259
  • and judicial tenure, 10:418
  • J. M. Mason’s proposed biography of, 2:145–2:146, 2:147n, 2:176
  • mentioned, 5:615, 5:619, 6:39, 6:576, 10:41
  • and naval expansion, 6:183
  • relationship with TJ, 2:177, 2:272, 8:241
  • secretary of the treasury, 2:273n, 3:205n, 5:13, 5:14n, 6:318, 6:593n, 6:626
  • supporters of, 8:152
  • TJ on, 2:176, 2:177, 3:305, 3:308n, 5:563–5:565, 5:566n, 9:100–9:101, 9:101n, 10:174
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:507

Hamilton, Alexander (1786–1875), 6:515, 6:515n

Hamilton, Elizabeth Schuyler (Alexander Hamilton’s wife), 5:43, 5:43n

Hamilton, Lady Emma (Sir William Hamilton’s wife; Horatio Nelson’s mistress), 6:622–6:623, 6:627n

Hamilton, Henry

  • captured at Vincennes, 4:378, 4:378n, 6:446, 6:510, 6:510n
  • governor of Bermuda, 6:445, 6:446

Hamilton, James

  • identified, 4:619n
  • letters from, 4:618–4:619
  • letters to, 5:14–5:15, 5:174–5:175, 5:328–5:329, 5:639–5:640
  • and W. McClure’s debts, 4:209, 4:209n, 4:618–4:619, 5:14–5:15, 5:17, 5:132, 5:161, 5:174–5:175, 5:328–5:329, 5:575, 5:587, 5:639–5:640, 5:671

Hamilton, Paul (17621816)

  • and J. M. Baker, 2:391
  • and commission for W. J. Harris, 4:91n, 4:171–4:172, 4:178, 4:185
  • and duck cloth, 2:175
  • and R. Fulton’s torpedo, 2:250, 2:251n
  • identified, 2:175–2:176n
  • introduces son to TJ, 4:123
  • and Las Cases’s work, 3:552
  • letters from, 4:123, 4:178–4:179, 5:515–5:516
  • letters to, 2:175–2:176, 4:171–4:172, 5:359, 5:408–5:409, 5:495, 5:502
  • and patronage recommendations, 5:359, 5:408–5:409, 5:495, 5:502, 5:503, 5:515–5:516, 5:547, 5:583, 6:170, 6:211
  • as secretary of the navy, 1:443, 1:475, 3:427, 4:202, 4:372, 5:178, 5:179n, 5:191, 5:550–5:551, 6:163, 6:177n, 8:145n, 11:661, 11:662
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:624
  • visits Monticello, 4:133

Hamilton, Paul (1788–1817)

  • letter of introduction for, from father, 4:123
  • visits Monticello, 4:172, 4:178–4:179

Hamilton, Robert

  • and W. McClure’s debts, 4:618, 4:619n, 5:14, 5:17

Hamilton, Sir William (1730–1803), 6:622

Hamilton, William (ca. 1746–1813)

  • gardens of, at Woodlands, 1:192, 1:479
  • identified, 1:192n
  • letters to, 1:191–1:192
  • and seeds of Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1:192n, 2:302n

Hamilton, William (of Tennessee)

  • militia service of, 7:161

Hamilton Cotton Factory (Baltimore), 9:537n

Hamlet (schooner), 10:409, 11:398

Hammond, Andrew Snape, 6:446

Hammond, George

  • British minister plenipotentiary, 1:516
  • correspondence with TJ, 1:487, 1:487n

Hammond, Jabez Delano

  • Life and Opinions of Julius Melbourn; with sketches of the lives and characters of Thomas Jefferson, John Quincy Adams, John Randolph, and several other eminent American statesmen, 8:243n

Hammond, Judah

  • identified, 1:534n
  • letters from, 1:530–1:534
  • letters from accounted for, 1:533n
  • letters to, 1:568–1:569
  • and meeting of N.Y. Republicans, 1:530–1:534, 1:568–1:569

Hamner, William

  • and Central College subscription, 11:329

Hampden, John

  • British patriot, 4:470

Hampden-Sydney College

  • Presbyterian seminary at, 9:379n
  • and state university for Va., 11:134n

Hampton, James, trans.

  • The General History of Polybius, 1:580

Hampton, Wade

  • death mistakenly announced, 2:43, 2:44n
  • mentioned, 3:344, 5:637n
  • War of 1812 service of, 6:242, 6:529–6:530, 6:619, 6:645, 6:645–6:646n, 7:9, 7:9n, 7:10, 7:12, 7:13n, 7:15, 7:16n, 7:61, 7:91, 7:92n, 7:228, 7:531, 8:263

Hampton, Va.

  • British attack on, 6:332, 6:333n, 6:445, 6:446n, 6:515, 8:218, 8:224, 8:224

Hanah (TJ’s slave)

  • house for, 8:70

Hanah (TJ’s slave; b. 1770). See Hannah (Hanah) (TJ’s slave; b. 1770)

Hanah (TJ’s slave; b. 1796)

  • bed and pot for, 8:186
  • and P. Hubbard’s dispute with J. A. Goodman, 8:173, 8:185
  • laborer, 4:379
  • marriage of, 8:173, 8:173, 8:174, 8:185
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:385, 5:462, 6:308, 6:309, 6:309, 8:61, 8:255

Hanbury, John, & Company (London firm). See John Hanbury & Company (London firm)

Hanbury, Osgood, 3:195–3:196, 5:298

Hancock, John

  • and American Revolution, 11:312
  • death of, 10:360
  • and Declaration of Independence, 5:643
  • and J. Delaplaine’s Repository, 7:498, 10:536n
  • praised, 9:250n
  • as president of Continental Congress, 10:270

Hancock, Mr. W.

  • purchases TJ’s flour, 4:593

Hand, Capt. (captain of Happy Return), 5:558

Hand, Caleb (captain of Unity), 5:130

Hand, Edward, 1:477

Hand, John (captain of Hilan), 10:494, 10:494n

Hand, John (captain of Sally), 1:84, 3:63

handball, 11:390, 11:391n

handbarrows, 2:546, 2:547

A Hand Book for Infantry (W. Duane), 5:256, 5:257n, 8:388, 8:672

A Hand Book for Riflemen (Duane), 5:256, 5:257n

Handbuch der allgemeinen Litterargeschichte nach Heumanns Grundriß (C. J. Bouginé), 8:559, 8:562n

Handbuch der ältesten Christlichen Dogmen-Geschichte (F. Münter), 11:307

The Handmaid to the Arts (Dossie), 1:582

Hannah (Old Testament figure), 6:623, 10:504

Hannah (Hanah) (TJ’s slave; b. 1770)

  • laborer, 4:379, 8:186, 9:713
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:382, 4:383, 4:383, 4:384, 4:385, 5:461, 6:308, 6:308, 6:308, 6:308, 8:60, 8:61, 8:61, 8:61, 8:61, 8:61, 8:62, 8:62, 8:62, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255

Hannibal, 7:24

Hansford, Edward

  • identified, 6:341n
  • letters from, 6:340–6:341
  • witnesses unusual atmospheric phenomenon, 6:340–6:341

Hanson, Alexander Contee, 3:262n, 3:262, 3:263n, 7:xlv–7:xlvi

Hanson, Richard

  • attorney for Farell & Jones, 2:142, 2:184, 2:185, 2:513, 7:174

Happart, Joseph St. Leger d’

  • and his proposed publication, 5:290, 5:664
  • identified, 4:537–4:538n
  • letters from, 4:537–4:538, 5:145–5:147, 5:664
  • letters to, 4:622, 5:290–5:291
  • seeks compensation from U.S., 4:537–4:538, 4:622, 5:145–5:147
  • TJ’s correspondence with, forwarded to J. Madison, 4:622, 4:623n

happiness

  • of agricultural workers, 2:296
  • of future generations, 2:533

Happy Return (ship), 3:557–3:558n, 5:558

Harbaugh, Leonard, 8:592, 8:592

Harden, Benjamin

  • and Central College subscription, 11:325, 11:329

Hardesty, Samuel

  • and Central College subscription, 11:333

Hardie, James

  • The American Remembrancer, 9:60

Harding, Chester

  • portrait of J. Barbour by, 11:xlvi, 11:232 (illus.)

Harding, H., 2:118

Hardouin, Jean

  • scholar, 9:86

Hardware Mills (Albemarle Co.), 3:359

Hardware River (Albemarle Co.), 3:432, 3:433n, 3:596, 4:146, 4:387, 8:392, 8:485, 9:99n

Hardy, Samuel

  • and cession of Northwest Territory, 4:567

Hardy, William

  • scientific-instrument maker, 9:223, 9:223, 9:224

Hare, Dr., 2:470

Hare, Robert

  • A Brief View of the Policy and Resources of the United States, 3:198–3:199, 3:200n
  • greetings sent to, 1:453n

Hare, William B.

  • attends dinner honoring TJ, 1:608+
  • and Central College subscription, 11:333
  • and meeting of Richmond citizens, 1:611n

Hargrave, Francis

  • A Complete Collection of State-Trials and Proceedings for High-Treason, and other Crimes and Misdemeanours, 2:455, 2:456n

Hargraves, George

  • forwards D. Bushnell’s torpedo drawings, 7:512, 7:620–7:621
  • identified, 7:513n
  • letters from, 7:512–7:513
  • letters to, 7:620–7:621

Hargreaves, James

  • and spinning jenny, 4:418n

haricots, 9:532–9:533

Harlow, Brice, 6:20

Harmer, Josiah

  • military service of, 7:692, 7:693n

A Harmony of the Evangelists (J. Priestley), 10:357

Harnest, Mr.

  • transports timothy seed, 4:194

Harper, Charles

  • and Central College subscription, 11:325, 11:329

Harper, Robert Goodloe

  • as political candidate, 1:516
  • on Russia, 7:323, 7:323n

Harpers Ferry, Va.

  • armory at, 10:3
  • description of, 1:197, 1:198–1:199n
  • picture of, 10:453
  • plants from, 11:639

harpsichord, 9:xliv

Harriet (TJ’s slave; b. 1801). See Hemings, Harriet (TJ’s slave and probable daughter; b. 1801)

Harrington, James

  • English political theorist, 6:296, 6:302
  • political opinions of, 1:254n
  • read by J. Adams, 4:474

Harris, Mr.

  • and S. Kingston’s ownership of Philadelphia land, 10:386

Harris, Mr. (of Virginia)

  • and E. Rosson case, 10:463

Harris, Benjamin

  • and TJ’s taxes, 10:467n

Harris, Benjamin James

  • identified, 5:291–5:292n
  • inventions of, 5:286, 5:291, 5:307–5:308
  • letters from, 5:291–5:292
  • letters to, 5:307–5:309

Harris, Clifton

  • and Central College subscription, 11:323, 11:329
  • deputy sheriff, 7:708
  • identified, 7:708–7:709n
  • loans money to TJ, 8:47
  • and TJ’s taxes, 7:708–7:709, 8:47, 9:62, 9:99n, 9:133, 10:467n

Harris, Cunningham

  • identified, 5:361n
  • letters from, 1:84, 5:360–5:361
  • letters to, 1:211–1:212, 5:444–5:445
  • and sesame, 1:84, 1:211–1:212
  • and threshing machines, 5:360, 5:444–5:445

Harris, Frank, 5:210

Harris, Frederick

  • and Agricultural Society of Albemarle, 11:319
  • and Central College subscription, 11:333

Harris, George (trans.)

  • D. Justiniani Institutionum libri quatuor. The Four Books of Justinian’s Institutions (Justinian), 5:136, 5:137n, 5:275–5:276, 7:125, 10:207, 10:209, 10:209n, 10:209n

Harris, Ira

  • and Central College subscription, 11:324, 11:329

Harris, James

  • Three Treatises … Concerning Art … Music Painting and Poetry … [and] Happiness, 8:388

Harris, John (1758–1815)

  • family of, 4:20

Harris, John (d. 1800)

  • Revolutionary War officer, 4:20

Harris, John (d. 1832)

  • and Albemarle Academy, 7:266, 7:267, 7:335, 9:498n
  • Albemarle Co. justice, 6:481
  • and Central College subscription, 11:329
  • identified, 6:482n
  • tobacco crop of, 9:124
  • and Viewmont estate, 8:308n

Harris, Jordan

  • Revolutionary War officer, 4:20, 4:91n, 4:91n

Harris, Levett

  • and F. Adelung, 2:467, 3:150
  • attentions to J. S. Smith, 2:466–2:467
  • as consul at Saint Petersburg, 1:652, 7:433–7:434, 11:123n, 11:562
  • forwards letters for TJ, 4:99, 7:433
  • identified, 1:379–1:380n
  • and N. Kosloff affair, 10:483, 10:483n
  • letters from, 2:466–2:468, 3:115–3:116, 4:99, 7:433–7:434, 11:562
  • letters to, 1:379–1:380, 11:585–11:586
  • and J. Potocki, 3:43, 3:44n, 3:434
  • returns to U.S., 11:562, 11:585
  • sends book to TJ, 4:99, 11:562, 11:562n
  • TJ introduces J. S. Smith to, 1:379
  • visits Monticello, 11:562, 11:586

Harris, Richard

  • purchases patent shares, 7:553, 8:15

Harris, William Jordan

  • identified, 4:91–4:92n
  • letter of introduction for, from H. Turpin, 4:20
  • letter of introduction for, from P. Turpin, 4:41
  • letters from, 4:91–4:92
  • letters to, 4:185
  • seeks naval commission, 4:20, 4:41, 4:91, 4:171–4:172, 4:178, 4:185
  • visits Monticello, 4:20

Harrison, Mr.

  • letters from accounted for, 4:483n
  • sends recommendations, 4:519

Harrison, Mr. (of Cumberland Co.)

  • and Roanoke chub, 6:122–6:123

Harrison, Benjamin (d. 1791)

  • on dyer’s madder, 3:326–3:327
  • family of, 10:268
  • as governor of Va., 4:433
  • as member of Continental Congress, 4:601, 8:644
  • and Va. Committee of Correspondence, 9:369n

Harrison, Benjamin (17871842)

  • and W. Byrd manuscripts, 10:470, 11:239, 11:450–11:451, 11:477
  • identified, 11:477n
  • letter from, 11:524
  • letter to, 11:477

Harrison, Carter E.

  • and Central College subscription, 11:331

Harrison, Carter H.

  • witnesses documents, 5:624n, 5:624, 5:624–5:625n, 6:88n

Harrison, Evelyn Taylor Byrd

  • and W. Byrd manuscripts, 11:524, 11:524n

Harrison, George

  • Philadelphia naval agent, 8:490n

Harrison, John (of Brunswick Co.), 1:66

Harrison, John (of Philadelphia)

  • and domestic manufactures, 1:170–1:172
  • identified, 1:172n
  • letters from, 1:170–1:172

Harrison, Joseph

  • The Practice of the Court of Chancery, 8:388, 8:672, 11:97n, 11:97n

Harrison, Micajah

  • identified, 4:355n
  • letters from, 4:355
  • seeks TJ’s opinion on cause of fog, 4:355

Harrison, Randolph

  • and Central College subscription, 11:327n, 11:331, 11:590–11:591, 11:640
  • identified, 9:49n
  • letter from, 11:640
  • letters to, 9:49, 11:590–11:592
  • TJ’s architectural drawings for, 9:49, 9:49n
  • wheat crop of, 4:105, 4:105

Harrison, Richard (auditor of the treasury)

  • Auditor’s Report on the Purchase of TJ’s Library, 9:494–9:495
  • identified, 1:43n
  • letters from, 1:43
  • and settlement of TJ’s account, 1:43n

Harrison, Richard (of N.Y.), 5:66, 5:67n

Harrison, Samuel (of Philadelphia)

  • engraver, 9:589

Harrison, Samuel Jordan

  • Answer to Bill of Complaint in Scott v. Jefferson and Harrison, 5:282–5:284
  • on British blockade, 6:24
  • buys land from TJ, 2:148, 2:149n, 2:323, 2:327, 2:328, 2:330, 3:368–3:369, 3:374–3:375, 3:457, 3:461, 3:518, 3:531, 4:528, 4:549, 4:583–4:585, 4:677–4:678, 4:681, 5:31, 5:61–5:62, 5:242–5:243, 5:486
  • buys tobacco from TJ, 3:421n, 3:518, 3:531, 3:561, 3:634, 3:639–3:640, 3:650, 4:6, 4:422, 4:461, 4:467, 4:478–4:479, 4:493–4:494, 4:515, 4:516, 4:549, 5:33, 5:35n, 5:63, 5:64n, 5:91, 5:115, 5:503, 5:531, 5:545, 5:571, 5:593, 5:593, 5:599, 5:600, 5:638, 5:671, 5:672n, 5:673, 6:4, 6:4, 6:5, 6:24–6:25, 6:25n, 6:25–6:26, 6:31, 6:48, 6:48
  • and Central College subscription, 11:333
  • delivers chairs to TJ, 1:287
  • identified, 1:348n
  • letter from to Gibson & Jefferson, 1:346–1:348
  • letter sent to TJ through, 8:49
  • letters from, 2:327, 3:457, 3:634, 3:639–3:640, 4:422, 4:478–4:479, 4:549, 4:677–4:678, 5:337, 5:503, 5:571, 5:638, 6:24–6:25, 6:31
  • letters from accounted for, 3:461n, 5:283–5:284n, 5:359n
  • letters to, 2:330, 3:374–3:375, 3:461, 4:308–4:310, 4:461, 4:493–4:494, 4:583–4:585, 5:31–5:32, 5:63–5:64, 5:337, 5:531, 5:593–5:594, 5:673, 6:5, 6:48–6:49, 11:620–11:621
  • and lost trunk, 1:311, 1:346–1:348
  • and payments for TJ, 6:48
  • recommends H. L. Duffel, 5:359
  • TJ introduces A. F. De Laage to, 11:619, 11:620–11:621
  • and TJ’s land dispute with S. Scott, 2:97, 2:97n, 2:149, 2:232, 2:327, 4:308–4:309, 4:549, 4:583–4:585, 4:647, 4:677–4:678, 4:679, 4:680–4:684, 5:63–5:64, 5:239, 5:264, 5:265n, 5:282–5:284, 5:337, 5:337, 5:339, 5:339, 5:341, 5:361, 6:332, 6:332n, 6:351, 8:285

Harrison, Thomas H.

  • and Central College subscription, 11:331

Harrison, William (1535–93)

  • The First and Second volumes of Chronicles, 8:581, 8:582n

Harrison, William (of Virginia), 3:634

Harrison, William (of Philadelphia)

  • engraver, 9:589

Harrison, William Henry

  • and appointment of territorial delegate, 1:96
  • governor of Ind. Territory, 1:405, 1:406n, 5:445, 5:445–5:446n, 5:449
  • identified, 1:575n
  • introduces J. Johnston, 1:574
  • letters from, 1:574–1:575
  • presidential electors for, 3:333n
  • prospects for military campaign of, 5:396, 5:441, 5:445, 6:370
  • reports on military situation, 6:131
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:625
  • War of 1812 service of, 5:368, 5:385, 5:611, 5:635–5:636, 5:637n, 5:642–5:643, 5:644, 5:644n, 6:172, 6:529, 7:530, 8:221, 8:263

harrows, 2:259

Harry (boatman)

  • carries blankets for slaves, 4:99
  • carries goods from Richmond, 1:319n, 3:434, 3:453, 3:512–3:513, 3:513n, 8:609, 8:609n, 9:273, 9:318, 9:319n
  • and lost trunk, 1:186–1:187, 1:204–1:205, 1:257, 1:268, 1:311
  • transports slave, 3:513, 3:612–3:613, 3:613n

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

Harskel, Joshua. See Haskell, Joshua

Hart, Andrew

  • and Central College subscription, 11:329
  • and proposed Albemarle Co. road, 11:243

Hart, Samuel L.

  • and Central College subscription, 11:329

Hartford, Conn.

  • Federalist convention at, 8:111n, 8:134, 8:134–8:135n, 8:154, 8:163, 8:164n, 8:168, 8:175, 8:254, 8:264, 8:265, 8:518, 9:5, 9:41, 9:42n, 9:78–9:79, 9:89, 9:90–9:91, 9:250n, 9:256, 10:96–10:97, 10:380, 11:353, 11:355n
  • spotted fever in, 1:95n

Hartley, David (ca. 1705–57)

  • J. Adams on, 8:552
  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:662, 7:667
  • Observations on man, his frame, his duty, and his expectations, 3:277–3:278, 3:304, 7:385, 7:386n

Hartley, David (1731–1813)

  • fireproofing method, 5:309n

Harvard University

  • J. Q. Adams’s professorship at, 4:473
  • and Andover Theological Seminary, 9:255, 9:257n
  • books for, 10:508–10:509, 10:550
  • E. Everett’s professorship at, 8:378, 8:378n
  • faculty at, 11:386
  • J. T. Kirkland as president of, 11:142, 11:143n
  • mathematics and astronomy at, 4:196
  • medical school, 1:51n, 1:51n, 1:300n
  • T. M. Randolph (1792-1848) attends, 1:524, 1:572–1:573, 1:574
  • TJ criticized at, 2:352, 2:411
  • TJ on, 9:379, 9:381, 9:382, 9:383
  • and Unitarianism, 9:4
  • B. Waterhouse’s professorship at, 1:299, 1:300n, 6:37, 6:39n, 6:95, 9:5
  • S. Williams’s professorship at, 8:283, 8:283n

Harvey, William, 2:669, 10:163

Harvie, Jacquelin Burwell

  • and Central College subscription, 11:334
  • makes payment to TJ, 8:142

Harvie, John (1706–67)

  • buys lot in Westham, 8:171n

Harvie, John (1742–1807)

  • mentioned, 8:171n
  • sells land to W. Short, 10:529
  • and Southwest Mountain tract, 2:101–2:102, 2:103n, 2:137, 2:227

Harvie, John (1783–1838)

  • debt to TJ, 8:100, 8:127–8:128, 8:157, 8:582, 9:449
  • identified, 2:102n
  • letters from, 2:114–2:115, 2:136–2:139, 2:347, 3:169–3:170, 3:425–3:426, 4:499
  • letters from accounted for, 3:426n
  • letters to, 2:101–2:103, 2:206–2:208, 2:362–2:363, 3:210
  • mentioned, 3:622
  • and sale of Belmont estate, 2:101, 2:102, 2:114, 2:137, 2:138, 2:139, 2:206, 2:207, 2:227, 2:228, 2:347, 3:169–3:170, 3:170–3:171, 3:172, 3:210, 3:425–3:426, 4:499, 4:532–4:533, 4:555, 4:557, 5:671, 5:672n, 6:20, 8:96–8:97, 8:142
  • TJ’s dispute with, 2:101–2:103, 2:114, 2:137–2:139, 2:206–2:208, 2:227, 2:228–2:229, 2:347, 2:362–2:363, 3:169–3:170, 3:170–3:171, 3:172, 3:210

Harvie, Richard

  • and TJ’s debt to J. Lyle, 2:180, 2:217, 3:280, 3:341, 3:488, 4:75, 4:76

Harwood, William

  • Gloucester Co. magistrate, 4:232n

Haskel, William (ship captain), 10:128–10:129

Haskell, Joshua

  • militia service of, 7:161

Hassler, Ferdinand Rudolph

  • family of, 10:579
  • financial claim on U.S. of, 9:220, 9:221n, 9:273, 9:275
  • health of, 10:579
  • identified, 6:342n
  • and instruments for U.S. Coast Survey, 9:126, 9:220–9:221, 9:221n, 9:221–9:226, 9:275, 9:686
  • letter from, to R. Patterson, 10:578–10:579
  • letters from, 6:342–6:343
  • on pendulums, 9:204
  • scientific-instrument maker, 9:205, 9:222–9:223
  • sends works to TJ, 6:46, 6:342, 7:90
  • and U.S. Coast Survey, 9:221, 9:221n, 9:686, 10:579
  • and watchmaker for Charlottesville, 10:578, 10:578–10:579, 10:630

Hassler, Marianne Gaillard (Ferdinand R. Hassler’s wife)

  • and watchmaker for Charlottesville, 10:578

Hastings, Francis Rawdon, 2d Earl of Moira. See Moira, Francis Rawdon Hastings, 1st Marquess of Hastings and 2d Earl of

Hatch, Crowell

  • recommends O. Rich, 8:602n

Hatcher, Benjamin, 3:258, 10:295n

Hatfield, George, 11:166

hats

  • covers for, 6:348
  • for gentlemen, 8:446, 8:449n
  • made by prisoners of war, 4:362
  • for slaves, 7:124, 8:570
  • sugarloaf, 4:361
  • TJ orders, 6:344, 9:566

Hatsell, John

  • Precedents of proceedings in the House of Commons; with observations, 4:400–4:401, 4:464, 4:464n, 7:628

Haut-Brion, Château (wine), 9:513

Hauto, George Frederick Augustus

  • and hydrostatic engine, 7:232–7:233, 7:233n, 7:268–7:269
  • identified, 7:233n
  • letters from, 7:232–7:233
  • letters to, 7:268–7:269

Haüy, René Just

  • and classification of minerals, 7:209, 11:367

Havana

  • cigars, 1:466
  • confitures, 1:505
  • goods lost at, 1:504, 1:510
  • price of flour at, 8:390
  • yellow fever at, 10:128, 10:128

Haven, Nathaniel Appleton, 8:370, 8:371n

Havens, Philetus, 3:505

Havens, Rensselaer

  • The Memorial Of Frederick Jenkins, and Rensselaer Havens, in behalf of the owners, officers, and crew of the late private armed brig General Armstrong, 11:25, 11:26n, 11:65

Haverkamp, Siwart

  • edits Flavii Iosephi Hebraei Opera Omnia Graece et Latine (Josephus), 10:233

Hawker, Edward

  • captain of Melampus, 4:19, 4:20n

Hawkins, Mr. (of Rockbridge Co.), 6:107

Hawkins, Benjamin

  • death of, 10:214, 10:215n
  • as Indian agent, 9:66, 9:67n, 10:214
  • and post road, 1:350, 1:351
  • “A Sketch of the Creek Country, in the years 1798 and 1799”, 9:121, 9:383–9:384, 9:384n, 9:453

Hawkins, John Isaac

  • Catalogue of Hawkins’s Museum of Useful and Mechanical Inventions, 6:574, 6:574n
  • inventions of, 6:560n, 6:574, 6:575n
  • and polygraph, 1:46n, 2:xlii, 6:560n, 8:545, 11:481
  • TJ inquires about, 6:559
  • as tunnel engineer, 6:574, 6:574, 6:574n

Hawkins, William

  • on land litigation, 2:324
  • Treatise of the Pleas of the Crown, 3:546, 6:479

hawks, 8:6

hawthorn. See also thorn, 2:132n, 2:167, 10:238–10:239, 11:228

hay, 2:371, 7:83, 7:123, 8:71–8:72, 8:268n, 8:547, 8:592, 10:533–10:534, 11:172, 11:272, 11:272, 11:272, 11:272, 11:272

hay (rye), 3:65

Hay, Mr., 2:116

Hay, Charles, 5:16, 5:287

Hay, Eliza Monroe (George Hay’s wife)

  • family of, 5:310n, 5:310n
  • illness of, 8:442, 8:537
  • opinion on batture controversy, 2:416n
  • visits Highland, 1:93n

Hay, George

  • attempts to collect debt for TJ, 8:180
  • and batture controversy, 3:31, 3:226–3:227, 3:331–3:332, 3:475–3:476, 3:481–3:483, 3:483–3:488
  • and batture pleadings, 3:401n, 3:420
  • and books borrowed from TJ, 8:285, 8:328
  • consults with TJ on batture case, 2:414–2:416, 2:416–2:417, 2:427, 2:428, 2:432, 2:473–2:474, 2:511, 2:531–2:532
  • family of, 5:310n, 8:518, 8:518n
  • and Gilliam v. Fleming, 3:45, 3:86, 7:99
  • health of, 6:535
  • and Henderson case, 6:572–6:573, 7:29
  • and Highland–Indian Camp dispute, 7:591
  • identified, 2:402n
  • letters from, 2:414–2:416, 2:432, 2:530–2:532, 2:545, 3:201, 3:331–3:332, 4:311, 4:465–4:466, 4:646–4:647, 5:16–5:17, 5:264–5:265, 7:29, 8:328–8:329
  • letters to, 2:401–2:402, 2:473–2:474, 2:659–2:660, 3:152–3:153, 3:203, 3:420, 3:481–3:483, 3:545–3:546, 4:110–4:111, 4:367, 4:594–4:595, 4:678–4:679, 5:239–5:240, 5:245, 5:361–5:362, 6:332, 6:572–6:574, 8:285
  • and Livingston v. Jefferson, 4:292, 4:311, 4:367, 4:594–4:595, 4:646
  • loans money, 2:79n
  • mentioned, 1:454, 2:470, 2:475, 3:60
  • and J. Monroe, 1:93n, 3:543
  • newspaper collection of, 1:288
  • on party spirit, 8:328
  • returns batture materials to TJ, 4:465, 4:466, 4:595, 4:646, 4:679, 5:16, 5:17n
  • and Scott v. Jefferson and Harrison, 4:647, 4:679, 8:285, 8:328
  • and suit of A. J. Randolph’s executors, 4:595, 4:597, 4:646, 4:647, 4:679, 5:16, 5:17n
  • TJ hires as counsel, 2:398, 2:401–2:402, 2:406, 2:494
  • TJ pays, 4:594, 4:594–4:595, 4:618, 4:646, 4:678–4:679, 6:332, 6:337
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:624, 4:646
  • and TJ’s land dispute with S. Scott, 5:239, 5:242–5:243, 5:245, 5:264, 5:337, 5:361, 6:332
  • and TJ’s List of Authorities cited in Statement on the Batture Case, 3:545–3:546, 3:546–3:547
  • and TJ’s Statement of Facts in the Batture Case, 3:481–3:483, 3:499, 4:110–4:111, 4:466
  • and TJ’s statement on the batture case, 2:545, 2:657, 2:659–2:660, 3:42–3:43, 3:134, 3:152–3:153, 3:201, 3:203, 3:226
  • and T. Williamson bet, 5:494, 5:494n

Hay, Hortensia, 5:309, 5:310n

Hay, Jehu

  • captured at Vincennes, 4:378, 4:378n, 6:510, 6:510n

Hay, William, 6:356

Hayes, Joseph

  • business partner of J. Miller, 7:485, 8:35, 8:79, 9:279, 9:523
  • executor of T. Reed’s estate, 9:258

Hayne, Robert Young

  • identified, 6:90n
  • letters from, 6:88–6:90, 8:315–8:316
  • letters to, 6:124–6:125
  • and Seventy-Six Association, 6:88–6:90, 6:124–6:125, 8:315

Hazard, William, 1:312

The Heads of Illustrious Persons of Great Britain (T. Birch, J. Houbraken, and G. Vertue), 7:399, 7:400n

health. See also aging; medicine; yellow fever

  • achilles tendon cut, 2:438
  • albinism, 9:12
  • alcohol abstinence, 11:293
  • alcohol abuse, 2:87, 2:191–2:192, 9:131–9:132, 10:461–10:462, 10:537
  • apoplexy, 1:526
  • appetite loss, 10:650
  • and bathing, 8:544, 10:513
  • bile, 2:542, 6:276–6:277, 10:60
  • blindness, 11:359
  • blisters, 3:569, 6:570
  • calculus, 5:58
  • cancer, 6:293, 6:516–6:517
  • cataracts, 10:323–10:324, 11:283
  • colds, 11:625
  • colic, 4:140, 10:306, 10:306, 10:359
  • cough, 7:619, 8:82
  • cowpox, 2:88, 2:89n, 2:149
  • in Culpeper Co., 8:433
  • deafness, 8:133, 9:361, 9:395, 9:396n, 9:397, 9:654–9:655, 9:656n, 10:39, 10:60, 10:343, 10:489, 10:650
  • dental, 5:108n, 5:252–5:253, 8:462, 10:60, 10:306, 11:158
  • diarrhea, 7:84, 10:135, 10:592, 10:593n
  • diphtheria (throat distemper), 8:233
  • dysentery, 1:354, 1:416, 1:483, 4:361, 5:669, 6:277, 8:636, 9:185
  • earache, 10:306
  • epilepsy, 7:566
  • erysipelas, 9:583, 9:583n
  • exercise, 8:82, 10:557, 10:600
  • exercise, TJ on, 3:257, 3:304, 3:315
  • fever, 2:53, 2:469, 2:542, 3:63, 3:64n, 4:200, 4:200n, 4:361, 5:670n, 6:131, 6:189, 6:241, 6:256, 6:501, 6:569–6:570, 7:187, 7:187–7:188, 7:194, 8:46, 8:232, 8:304, 8:442, 9:238, 10:60, 10:288, 10:313, 10:450, 10:510, 10:546, 10:570, 11:461
  • fractured bones, 2:289, 9:567, 10:106, 10:106
  • frostbite, 3:36–3:37, 3:196, 3:250
  • gallstones, 10:306
  • gangrene, 3:250, 3:284
  • gout, 1:192, 2:353, 7:69, 7:143, 7:187, 8:82, 8:388, 10:306, 10:306
  • gravel, 4:183
  • headaches, 4:140, 10:306, 10:306
  • hemorrhages, 8:99n, 10:135
  • hernia, 3:180–3:181, 8:690, 9:114, 9:115
  • hypochondria, 2:336, 10:529
  • impact of farming on, 4:139–4:140, 4:180
  • inflammation, 8:245, 8:330, 8:494
  • influenza, 6:397
  • jaundice, 10:130, 10:135
  • of R. Jefferson, 4:183, 4:416, 4:481, 4:607
  • kidney stones, 10:285–10:286, 10:286n, 10:306
  • malaria (ague and fever), 8:232, 8:233
  • Means of Preserving Health, and Preventing Diseases (Ricketson), 1:257, 1:257n, 1:294–1:295
  • measles, 11:460
  • melaena (black vomit), 6:377–6:378, 6:378n, 10:128, 10:130, 10:135, 10:136, 10:152, 10:152
  • memory loss, 10:649
  • mental illness, 1:209n, 3:276–3:277, 3:279n, 3:304, 3:308n, 8:355, 8:356n
  • and mineral waters, 8:688–8:689
  • mortality rates, 3:373–3:374, 8:84–8:85
  • motion sickness, 6:103–6:104
  • muscle strain, 2:408
  • obesity, 8:688
  • palsy, 7:566
  • pamphlets on, 1:257, 1:257n, 1:294–1:295
  • paralysis, 6:183, 8:99, 8:390, 8:391n
  • in Petersburg, Va., 8:609
  • phobias, 8:332
  • plague, 9:207, 10:127, 10:131, 10:132, 10:133, 10:134, 10:136
  • pleurisy, 6:569
  • pneumonia, 7:26, 7:27n
  • pregnancy and childbirth, 7:82, 7:178, 11:15, 11:15n
  • rheumatism, 1:192, 1:223, 1:644n, 2:197, 2:226, 2:232, 2:269, 2:329, 2:368, 2:378, 3:163n, 3:395–3:396n, 3:449, 3:548, 4:57, 4:60, 4:61, 4:83–4:84, 4:88, 4:90, 4:98, 4:132, 4:459, 4:573, 5:26, 5:252, 6:569, 6:615, 6:646, 7:69, 7:143, 7:187, 7:188, 7:566, 7:648, 8:74, 8:82, 8:180, 8:232, 8:494, 9:63, 9:250, 9:408, 9:415, 10:314, 10:324, 11:229, 11:292, 11:396
  • scarlet fever, 6:74
  • sciatica, 8:442
  • scurvy, 5:30, 5:550–5:551
  • skin diseases, 10:107n
  • of slaves, 3:180–3:181, 7:387, 8:636, 9:40, 9:238, 9:238n, 9:494, 9:505, 9:567, 10:105–10:107, 10:355, 11:497
  • smallpox, 2:88, 10:127
  • smallpox vaccination, 1:300n
  • speech impairment, 10:650
  • spotted fever (typhus), 1:95n
  • stroke, 9:98, 10:649–10:650
  • sunburn, 10:60, 10:61n
  • in Tidewater Va., 1:306, 8:84–8:85, 8:233, 8:565
  • TJ describes correspondents as insane, 2:683, 3:209n, 3:226n, 11:607n
  • of TJ’s family, 1:387, 1:391, 1:392, 1:395, 1:410, 1:519, 1:536, 7:178, 8:85, 8:163, 11:172, 11:631n
  • and treatments, 3:36–3:37, 3:196, 3:283, 5:393, 5:669, 5:670n, 8:453–8:454, 10:105–10:107, 10:183
  • tuberculosis, 6:501
  • typhoid pleurisy, 7:345
  • typhus, 6:570, 7:194, 8:233
  • venereal diseases, 10:107n, 10:107n
  • vertigo, 9:598
  • vision loss, 3:280–3:281, 3:341–3:342, 3:488, 8:133, 10:60, 10:120, 10:550, 10:603
  • and warm springs, 1:192, 1:451, 4:90, 4:107, 4:132, 7:512–7:513, 10:183, 10:256, 10:313, 11:666
  • weather’s effect on, 9:456–9:457, 10:128, 10:128, 10:136–10:137, 10:579
  • and weight, 10:275
  • whooping cough, 7:178
  • works on, 9:143, 9:144n, 10:280, 10:486

Heard, Josiah

  • publishes Zanesville Muskingum Messenger, 11:177, 11:177n

Hearne, Samuel

  • Journey from Fort Prince Wales in Hudson’s Bay to the Northern Ocean, 1:443, 1:444–1:445n

Heaton, John

  • English estate of, 10:501–10:502n

Hebe (ship), 5:514

Hebrew language

  • study of, 7:715
  • writings in, 8:5, 9:652

Heckewelder, John

  • and Indians, 9:65–9:66, 9:121

Hector, Cape, 1:448

Hederich, Benjamin

  • Graecum Lexicon Manuale (ed. J. A. Ernesti), 9:276, 9:277n, 10:234

Heeren, Arnold Hermann Ludwig

  • Ideen über die Politik, den Verkehr und den Handel der vornehmsten Völker der alten Welt, 9:698

The Heidelberg Catechism, 10:506

Heineccius, Johann Gottlieb

  • Scriptorum de Jure Nautico et Maritimo Fasciculus, 8:387, 8:387–8:388n
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502

Heinrich, A. P. (of Baltimore), 10:296, 10:297n, 10:639, 10:641

Heleborine, 1:436–1:437n

Helen (schooner), 6:163

Heliodorus

  • Αἰθιοπικῶν βιβλία δέκα, 11:452

Hellenica (Xenophon), 1:580

Hellings, John. See also Delaplaine & Hellings (Philadelphia firm)

  • and book trade, 1:256, 3:50–3:51, 3:589n
  • identified, 3:51n

Helmont, Jan Baptista van

  • physician and chemist, 9:633

Helsham

  • Lectures on Mechanics, 1:581

Helvétius, Claude Adrien

  • J. Adams on, 7:479, 7:480
  • criticism of, 10:13
  • on equality of mankind, 6:286–6:287
  • letter of on Montesquieu’s Esprit des Lois, 3:6, 3:7n, 3:9, 3:13, 3:17, 3:87, 3:89n, 3:330
  • Œuvres Complettes, 7:414, 7:455n
  • TJ on, 7:414
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502

Hemings, Beverly (TJ’s slave and probable son; b. 1798)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:388

Hemings, Critta (TJ’s slave; b. 1769)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387

Hemings, Elizabeth (Betty) (TJ’s slave)

  • family of, 5:163n

Hemings, Eston (TJ’s slave and probable son; b. 1808)

  • family of, 3:610–3:611n
  • marries Julia Ann Isaacs, 7:321–7:322n
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:388
  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717

Hemings, Harriet (TJ’s slave and probable daughter; b. 1801)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387

Hemings, Julia Ann Isaacs

  • as wife of Eston Hemings, 7:321–7:322n

Hemings, Madison (TJ’s slave and probable son; b. 1805)

  • family of, 3:610–3:611n
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:388
  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717

Hemings, Nance (TJ’s slave; b. 1761)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:386

Hemings, Sally (TJ’s slave; b. 1773)

  • family of, 5:163n
  • identified, 3:610–3:611n
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387
  • and smallpox vaccination, 9:717
  • and TJ, 3:610, 8:7n, 8:312n

hemlock, 6:293

Hemmenway, Moses, 6:501

Hemmings, Betsy (J. W. Eppes’s slave)

  • carries books, 1:321

Hemmings, John (TJ’s slave; b. ca. 1776)

  • constructs round table for Poplar Forest, 4:xlv, 4:307, 4:370 (illus.)
  • English dictionary for, 10:491–10:492n
  • health of, 10:516–10:517
  • and S. A. R. Meikleham, 10:516
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387
  • and seed press, 1:xlviii, 1:380 (illus.), 1:397n
  • tools of, 3:119
  • travels to and from Poplar Forest, 10:389, 10:516, 10:570
  • as woodworker, 10:570n, 11:179

Hemmings, Peter (TJ’s slave; b. 1770)

  • as cook, 1:162n
  • greetings to, 10:571
  • and Monticello brewery, 6:507n, 8:438–8:439, 8:439n, 8:565, 9:4, 9:4n, 10:340, 10:462, 11:189, 11:189n, 11:216, 11:216n
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387

Hemmings, Priscilla (T. M. Randolph’s slave; John Hemmings’s wife), 10:492n, 10:516–10:517

Hemmings, Robert (former TJ slave), 2:111, 2:111n

hemp

  • brake, 6:442, 6:452, 9:303–9:304, 9:461–9:462, 9:463, 10:32–10:33
  • as cash crop, 2:359, 2:360, 3:348, 5:676, 8:460, 10:532, 10:534
  • fabric, 6:345, 6:345, 8:185
  • grown at Monticello, 4:428, 9:303
  • grown at Poplar Forest, 4:379, 4:380, 5:489, 6:486, 8:71
  • grown at Tufton, 1:420, 2:371
  • Indian, 4:667–4:668, 5:22
  • preparation of, 10:548n
  • price of, 3:550
  • purchased by TJ, 5:33, 5:35n
  • Russian, 4:427
  • spinning of, 1:525, 8:554
  • substitute for, 5:560, 11:136
  • weaving, 4:380, 4:440–4:441, 4:637

Hénault, Charles Jean François

  • Nouvel Abregé Chronologique de l’Histoire de France, 10:235, 10:237n

Henderson, Bennett

  • lands of, 1:415–1:416n, 1:439–1:441, 1:454, 1:459–1:463, 1:463, 1:470, 3:92n, 4:386, 5:138–5:141, 5:147–5:148, 5:149–5:150, 5:156–5:157, 5:280, 5:424n, 6:78, 6:196, 6:197, 6:197, 6:473, 6:474, 7:118, 7:352–7:353, 7:672–7:673, 7:675, 10:103, 10:104–10:105, 10:117, 10:471, 10:499–10:500, 10:590–10:591, 10:591, 10:619–10:622, 10:623–10:624, 10:624, 10:624, 11:15, 11:16–11:18, 11:263n
  • legatees of, 4:115n, 7:676, 10:103, 10:104–10:105, 10:117, 11:19–11:20, 11:20–11:42, 11:42, 11:42–11:43n
  • mill of, 6:473–6:474, 9:53, 9:443–9:444, 11:521, 11:576–11:577, 11:577n, 11:651

Henderson, Bennett Hillsborough

  • identified, 3:594–3:595n
  • letter from to C. Peyton, 3:594–3:595
  • and Milton lands, 1:440, 1:454, 1:454, 1:454, 1:454n, 1:459, 1:460, 1:461, 1:462, 3:594–3:595, 3:617–3:618n, 5:421, 5:422, 5:423, 5:424n, 5:427, 5:427, 5:427, 6:472, 10:620, 10:622, 10:623n, 10:624, 10:624n, 11:57

Henderson, Blair Munro

  • and J. Blair’s will, 9:93, 9:94n

Henderson, Charles

  • and Henderson estate, 1:440, 1:454, 1:459, 1:460, 5:141n, 5:274–5:275, 5:275n, 5:280, 5:364, 5:371, 5:422, 5:422, 5:651, 5:651n, 6:196, 6:196, 6:315, 6:472

Henderson, Eliza. See Bullock, Eliza Henderson (Bennett Henderson’s daughter; John H. Bullock’s wife)

Henderson, Elizabeth Lewis (Bennett Henderson’s wife)

  • and deposition in Jefferson v. Michie, 7:596–7:597, 7:597, 9:52–9:54, 9:63, 9:443–9:444, 9:444n
  • identified, 7:119n
  • and Jefferson v. Michie, 5:192–5:194, 5:280, 6:196, 6:197, 6:198, 6:198, 6:198, 6:198, 6:199, 6:200, 6:200, 6:472, 6:480, 7:117, 7:118–7:119, 7:119n, 7:597n, 7:597, 7:676–7:678
  • poverty of, 10:622
  • and rights to millrace, 6:201n, 6:201n, 6:201n, 7:117–7:118, 7:676–7:678
  • and sale of Henderson lands, 1:415n, 1:439–1:440, 1:454, 1:459, 1:461, 5:422, 5:422, 5:426, 6:75, 6:78, 6:78, 6:107, 6:315, 6:315, 6:316, 6:367, 6:367n, 6:609–6:610, 6:611n, 7:118n, 7:118–7:119, 7:351–7:352, 7:673, 10:499, 11:57
  • Statement by, 7:118–7:119

Henderson, Frances. See Hornsby, Frances Henderson (Bennett Henderson’s daughter; Thomas Walker Hornsby’s wife)

Henderson, Isham, 1:440, 1:454, 1:459, 1:462, 3:594, 5:422, 5:422, 6:315, 6:472

Henderson, James

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

Henderson, James (1764–1818)

  • and J. Blair’s will, 9:27–9:28, 9:29n, 9:29n, 9:93–9:94, 9:94n
  • and hawthorn hedges, 10:194–10:195, 10:197
  • identified, 10:197–10:198n
  • letter to, from T. Main, 10:197–10:198

Henderson, James (son of James Henderson [d. 1818])

  • and M. B. Andrews’s will, 9:94n

Henderson, James L.

  • death of, 7:117, 7:186, 7:345, 7:346n
  • deposition of, 7:596–7:597, 7:597n
  • health of, 6:189
  • and Henderson estate, 1:440, 1:459, 1:460, 3:594, 3:617–3:618, 5:141n, 5:192–5:194, 5:275n, 5:280, 5:422, 5:426, 5:651n, 6:51n, 6:76, 6:78, 6:81, 6:128, 6:189, 6:196, 6:196, 6:198, 6:198, 6:198, 6:199, 6:199, 6:200, 6:200, 6:200, 6:201n, 6:201n, 6:315–6:316, 6:316, 6:472, 6:479, 6:479, 6:480, 6:480, 6:609–6:610, 6:610, 6:611n, 6:614, 7:118, 7:118n, 7:118–7:119, 7:186, 7:325, 7:345, 7:346n, 7:351–7:352, 7:673, 7:677, 9:63, 10:499, 10:620, 10:621, 10:622, 10:623n, 10:624n, 11:17–11:18, 11:19
  • letters to accounted for, 6:82n, 7:188n

Henderson, Jane Blair (James Henderson’s [d. 1818] wife)

  • and J. Blair’s will, 9:27–9:28, 9:29n, 9:29n, 9:93, 9:94n

Henderson, John

  • Deed of Milton Property to C. Peyton, 7:352, 7:352n, 7:352–7:353, 10:624, 10:624, 11:5, 11:5n, 11:16, 11:19
  • deed to J. Lewis and M. Henderson, 5:192–5:194, 6:197, 6:478, 6:479, 6:572, 6:574n, 7:673
  • and division of father’s estate, 6:196, 7:673–7:674
  • and B. H. Henderson, 3:594
  • identified, 7:353n
  • and Milton mill, 11:521, 11:577n, 11:651
  • and Milton warehouses, 4:114, 4:114–4:115n
  • and Peyton v. Henderson, 1:415–1:416n, 4:401–4:402, 5:138–5:141, 5:149–5:150, 5:224, 6:153, 6:197, 6:200, 6:472–6:473, 6:475
  • receipt to C. Peyton for Milton lands, 7:352, 7:352n, 7:352n, 10:624, 10:624
  • and rights to millrace, 7:117–7:118, 7:119n, 7:676–7:678, 9:52–9:53
  • and sales by minor heirs, 6:78, 6:609, 6:610, 10:624, 10:624, 11:17
  • sells Milton properties, 1:440, 1:454, 1:459, 1:460, 5:138–5:141, 5:149–5:150, 5:422, 5:422, 5:423, 5:424n, 6:197–6:198, 10:621
  • TJ makes payment for, 7:708
  • and TJ’s land dispute with D. Michie, 5:149–5:150, 5:260–5:261, 5:280, 6:198, 6:198, 6:198, 6:201n, 6:201n, 6:201n, 6:201n, 6:201n, 6:201n, 6:464–6:465, 6:475, 6:475–6:476, 6:480, 6:480, 6:481–6:482n, 6:572–6:573, 6:573–6:574n, 7:596–7:597, 7:635, 7:675, 7:676–7:678, 9:3, 9:53, 9:63, 9:443, 11:209

Henderson, Lucy. See Wood, Lucy Henderson (Bennett Henderson’s daughter; John T. Wood’s wife)

Henderson, Matthew

  • co-security for J. Henderson, 5:139–5:141, 5:192–5:194, 6:197, 6:197, 6:478, 6:572, 6:574n
  • and Henderson estate, 1:440, 7:673
  • and TJ’s land dispute with D. Michie, 5:139–5:141, 5:260–5:261, 7:673

Henderson, Nancy Crawford. See Nelson, Nancy Crawford Henderson (Bennett Henderson’s daughter; Matthew Nelson’s wife)

Henderson, Richard, 10:150

Henderson, Sarah. See Kerr, Sarah Henderson (Bennett Henderson’s daughter; John B. Kerr’s wife)

Henderson, Thomas

  • offers medical instruction, 7:121

Henderson, Thomas Hamilton

  • and J. Blair’s will, 9:27–9:28, 9:29n, 9:93, 9:94n

Henderson, William, 1:459, 1:461

Henderson case. See also Michie, David

  • and J. Brand, 8:528–8:529
  • chancery case of 1795, 11:72, 11:93n
  • claims by minor heirs, 6:50–6:51, 6:51n, 6:75–6:76, 6:78–6:79, 6:107, 6:315–6:316, 6:367, 6:460, 6:608–6:610, 7:117–7:118, 7:118n, 7:118–7:119, 7:119n, 9:443–9:444, 10:471, 10:499–10:500, 10:590–10:591, 10:591, 10:619–10:622, 10:623–10:624, 10:624, 10:624, 11:5, 11:15, 11:16–11:18, 11:19–11:20, 11:42, 11:56–11:57, 11:58, 11:263
  • deeds related to, 5:274–5:275, 5:277, 5:364, 5:651, 5:651n, 5:658, 6:5, 6:50–6:51, 6:51n, 6:148, 6:572, 6:572–6:573, 6:574n, 7:352, 7:352–7:353, 7:673–7:674, 10:624, 10:624, 11:5, 11:5n
  • Deposition by James Lewis, with Queries Posed by Thomas Jefferson and David Michie, 5:192–5:197, 6:153
  • described, 1:415–1:416n, 11:70
  • Draft Agreement for Sale of Henderson Lands by John T. Wood, 10:102–10:104
  • Draft Conveyance of Henderson Lands by John T. Wood and Lucy Henderson Wood, 10:104–10:105
  • and B. H. Henderson, 3:594–3:595
  • and F. H. Hornsby, 3:617–3:618, 6:50, 6:51n, 6:78, 6:78–6:79, 6:315–6:316, 6:608–6:610, 7:117–7:118, 10:117
  • and Peyton v. Henderson, 4:401–4:402, 5:138–5:141, 5:261, 5:371, 6:153, 6:200, 6:572, 6:609, 7:117, 7:677, 7:677, 7:678n, 8:692–8:693, 8:693n
  • TJ purchases Henderson estate, 1:459–1:463, 6:78, 6:78, 6:476, 10:117, 10:499, 10:619, 10:621, 10:622, 10:623n
  • TJ’s role in, 1:415, 1:439–1:441, 1:453–1:454, 5:147–5:148, 5:149–5:150, 5:156–5:157, 5:158, 5:179, 5:180, 5:224, 7:119n

Henderson, McCaul & Company (Scottish firm). See also Lyle, James

  • B. Skelton’s debt to, 2:433
  • TJ’s debt to, 2:180, 2:216–2:217, 3:280, 3:341, 3:488, 3:538, 3:627–3:628

Hening, Mr.

  • and dispute of C. L. Lewis and C. Peyton, 11:485, 11:485, 11:486, 11:514, 11:515, 11:517, 11:518, 11:520

Hening, William Waller

  • as court clerk, 5:265n, 8:351, 8:351n
  • criticized by A. McRae, 1:615–1:616
  • identified, 1:158–1:159n
  • letters from, 1:158–1:159, 1:333–1:334, 1:369–1:370, 1:403–1:404, 1:472–1:473, 1:488–1:489, 1:619–1:620, 2:30, 8:348–8:349, 8:399–8:400, 8:424–8:425, 10:404
  • letters to, 1:570, 2:50, 2:50, 8:329–8:330, 8:379, 8:418–8:419, 8:439–8:440, 10:390, 10:457
  • library of, 8:425
  • and Peyton v. Henderson, 4:402n
  • Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia (Hening & Munford), 1:334, 1:370, 1:404
  • The Statutes at Large, 1:158–1:159n, 1:333–1:334, 1:489, 1:619–1:620, 2:30, 2:50, 2:50, 3:169n, 5:135, 5:137n, 5:253, 5:254n, 5:278, 6:122, 6:374, 6:412–6:413, 7:190, 7:228, 7:292, 7:292n, 8:175, 8:231, 8:330, 8:348–8:349, 8:379, 8:399–8:400, 8:418–8:419, 8:424–8:425, 8:440n, 8:474, 8:475n, 9:107, 9:237, 9:318, 10:390, 10:404, 10:404n, 10:457
  • and TJ’s collection of Va. laws, 1:158–1:159, 1:334, 1:381, 3:191, 5:509, 5:513n, 7:249, 7:250, 7:292, 8:329–8:330, 8:348–8:349, 8:379, 8:399–8:400, 8:418–8:419, 8:424–8:425, 8:439–8:440, 8:474, 8:475n, 9:107, 9:237, 9:318, 10:404, 10:457

Henkel, Solomon

  • as beekeeper, 11:503–11:504, 11:504n
  • identified, 11:504n
  • letter from, 11:503–11:504

Henrico County, Va.

  • Chesterfield Co. created from, 7:228, 7:228n
  • sheriff of, 10:388n

Henry (C. L. Bankhead’s slave), 8:395

Henry (TJ’s slave; b. 1805). See Hern, Henry (TJ’s slave; b. 1805)

Henry (TJ’s slave; b. 1812)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 5:460, 5:463n, 6:309, 6:310, 8:62, 8:255

Henry, Dorothea Dandridge (P. Henry’s second wife), 10:365

Henry VII, king of England

  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:501

Henry II, king of France

  • edicts of, 3:174n

Henry III, king of France, 7:66

Henry IV, king of France

  • print of, 11:403
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:501, 4:504, 4:504

Henry, John

  • mission of, 4:541, 4:542, 4:547, 4:568, 4:574, 4:627–4:628, 4:674, 5:4, 5:188, 5:282n, 5:305, 5:316–5:317, 5:330, 7:11, 7:530, 8:540, 8:543, 8:545n, 8:566, 8:569–8:570
  • picture of, 8:5

Henry, Patrick (173699)

  • J. Adams on, 6:612, 6:612
  • and bill of attainder against J. Philips, 8:334, 8:335, 8:335, 8:336, 8:338n, 8:620, 10:438
  • cowardice of, 10:421–10:422, 10:423n
  • declines federal appointments, 4:604, 4:605n
  • and J. Delaplaine’s Repository, 10:536n
  • as delegate to Continental Congress, 8:620, 8:643–8:644, 10:422, 10:488
  • governor of Va., 3:381n, 3:580n, 4:378, 4:432, 4:578, 4:602, 4:625, 7:495, 7:495, 7:496n, 7:548–7:549, 7:549, 11:399, 11:472, 11:474–11:475n
  • and A. Hamilton, 4:604
  • identified, 4:604–4:605n
  • as lawyer, 4:598, 4:603, 7:493–7:494, 10:365–10:366, 10:366n
  • as legislator, 4:598–4:601, 4:602, 7:493, 7:494–7:495, 7:544–7:546, 7:548, 8:620, 8:621, 8:621
  • library of, 10:384
  • military service of, 10:421–10:422, 10:423n
  • opposes U.S. Constitution, 4:604
  • oratorical abilities of, 4:599, 4:599, 4:600, 4:602, 4:603, 7:493–7:495, 7:545–7:546, 7:548, 7:550–7:551n, 8:141, 8:335, 10:384, 10:422
  • and Parsons’ Cause, 7:493, 7:493–7:494, 7:496n, 7:546
  • and E. Pendleton (1721–1803), 10:384, 10:421, 10:422, 10:423n, 10:488
  • projected biography for Port Folio, 7:318
  • proposed as dictator, 7:496, 7:549, 8:122, 8:122n, 8:140–8:141
  • as reader of Livy, 10:365, 10:384, 10:384n
  • and Stamp Act, 7:493, 7:494–7:495, 7:544–7:545, 7:546–7:547, 7:549, 7:550–7:551n, 8:621
  • and Stamp Act Resolves, 7:496–7:497, 7:546–7:547, 7:549, 7:550–7:551n, 8:619, 8:620n, 8:642, 10:269
  • TJ’s recollections of, 4:595–4:596, 4:597, 4:598–4:605, 4:616, 7:411, 7:492–7:495, 7:496n, 7:544–7:550, 8:140–8:141, 8:335, 8:620, 8:642, 8:643–8:644, 8:645, 10:365, 10:421–10:422
  • and Va. Committee of Correspondence, 9:367, 9:369n
  • W. Wirt’s book on, 2:155–2:156, 2:314, 7:492–7:496, 7:551, 8:140, 8:619–8:621, 9:219, 9:407, 10:315–10:316, 10:337, 10:346–10:347, 10:347n, 10:365–10:366, 10:384, 10:406, 10:408, 10:419–10:420, 10:421–10:423, 10:423n, 10:431, 10:434, 10:437–10:438, 10:487–10:488, 10:523–10:524
  • and Yazoo land scheme, 4:603, 4:604

Henry, Patrick (of Rockbridge Co.)

  • identified, 11:397–11:398n
  • as tenant at Natural Bridge, 11:397, 11:428, 11:589, 11:590n, 11:629, 11:630

Henry, Robert, 7:664

Henry, William

  • cowardice of, 10:421

Henry County

  • militia of, 6:265, 7:226–7:227

Henrys, Claude

  • Œuvres, 3:174n

Henschen, Godfrey

  • Acta Sanctorum, 7:220, 8:559, 8:561, 8:562n

Ἡ Παλαιὰ Διαθήκη κατὰ τοὺς Ἑβδομήκοντα. Vetus Testamentum Græcum, 10:233

Hepburn, David

  • The American Gardener, 4:289n, 6:118, 6:167, 6:214, 6:214, 6:215, 8:388, 8:672, 11:165

Heraclitus (ancient Greek philosopher), 10:398, 11:527, 11:527n

Herbert, Edward

  • The Life and Reign of King Henry the Eighth, 7:629, 7:631n

Herbouville, Charles Joseph Fortuné, marquis d’, 8:558, 8:561, 8:562n

Hercules (TJ’s slave; b. 1794)

  • hat for, 7:124
  • laborer, 4:379
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:386, 5:462, 6:308, 8:61, 8:255
  • as runaway, 6:331

Hercules (mythological character), 10:459

Heredia, José de

  • secretary to L. de Onís, 9:478

Heriot, Thomas, 5:440, 5:561

Hermitage (wine)

  • described, 9:209, 9:209–9:210, 9:212n, 11:246
  • sent to TJ, 9:470, 9:569, 10:68, 10:109, 11:531
  • tariff on, 9:513
  • TJ orders, 8:570–8:571, 8:571, 8:572, 9:323, 9:421, 9:421
  • TJ recommends, 11:405

Hern, Aggy (TJ’s slave; b. 1789)

  • on Monticello slave lists, 4:387, 8:62n

Hern, Celia (Calia) (TJ’s slave; b. 1806)

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

Hern, David (Davy) (TJ’s slave; b. 1755)

  • family of, 1:464n
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:386

Hern, David (Davy) (TJ’s slave; b. 1784)

  • identified, 1:464n
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387
  • wagoner, 1:464n, 1:467, 1:467, 1:480, 1:481, 1:486, 5:145, 5:148, 5:177, 5:177, 5:181, 6:167

Hern, David (Davy) (TJ’s slave; b. 1803)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387
  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717

Hern, Ellen (TJ’s slave; b. 1809)

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

Hern, Fanny Gillette (TJ’s slave; b. 1788; wife of David Hern [b. 1784])

  • on Monticello slave lists, 4:387, 8:62n
  • and smallpox vaccination, 9:717
  • trained as chef, 1:162, 1:188, 1:189n

Hern, Henry (TJ’s slave; b. 1805)

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

Hern, Indridge (TJ’s slave; b. 1797)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:388

Hern, Isabel (TJ’s slave; David Hern’s wife [b. 1758])

  • family of, 1:464n, 6:36
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:386

Hern, James (TJ’s slave; b. 1776)

  • carries letters for TJ, 5:570n, 5:572n, 5:573, 5:622, 5:624n
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387, 4:388

Hern, James (TJ’s slave; b. 1815)

  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717

Hern, Jenny (TJ’s slave; b. 1811)

  • on Monticello slave list, 8:62n
  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717

Hern, John (TJ’s slave; b. 1800)

  • as messenger, 11:624, 11:626n, 11:626, 11:628
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387
  • sent to Poplar Forest, 10:517, 10:517–10:518, 10:536
  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717

Hern, Lilburn (TJ’s slave; b. 1809)

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

Hern, Lilly (TJ’s slave; b. 1791)

  • on Monticello slave lists, 4:387, 8:62n
  • and smallpox vaccination, 9:718

Hern, Lovilo (TJ’s slave; b. 1801)

  • clothes for, 8:570, 9:562
  • health of, 9:238, 9:238n, 9:494, 9:505
  • hired out, 2:371
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387

Hern, Mary (TJ’s slave; b. 1780)

  • on Monticello slave lists, 4:387, 8:62n
  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717

Hern, Matilda (TJ’s slave; b. 1811)

  • on Monticello slave lists, 8:62n
  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717

Hern, Milly (TJ’s slave; b. 1807)

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

Hern, Moses (TJ’s slave; b. 1779)

  • family of, 9:147, 9:148n
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387
  • and smallpox vaccination, 9:717

Hern, Patsy (TJ’s slave; b. 1815)

  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717

Hern, Randal (TJ’s slave; b. 1802)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387
  • sent to Poplar Forest, 10:517, 10:517–10:518, 10:536
  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717

Hern, Thrimston (Thrimson) (TJ’s slave; b. ca. 1799)

  • clothes for, 8:570
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387, 4:388

Hern, Thruston (TJ’s slave; b. 1795)

  • escapes slavery, 11:438–11:439, 11:439n, 11:522
  • given to T. J. Randolph, 6:36
  • hired out, 2:371
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:388

Hern, Tucker (TJ’s slave; b. 1810)

  • on Monticello slave list, 8:62n
  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717

Hern, William (TJ’s slave; b. 1801)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387
  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717
  • transports goods, 9:147, 9:148n

Hern, Zacharias (TJ’s slave; b. 1812)

  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717

hernia, 3:180–3:181, 8:690, 9:114, 9:115

Herodian

  • Ἡρωδιανοῦ Ἱστοριῶν βιβλία ηʹ. Herodiani Historiarum Libri 8, 10:233

Ἡρωδιανοῦ Ἱστοριῶν βιβλία ηʹ. Herodiani Historiarum Libri 8 (Herodian), 10:233

Herodoti Musae sive Historiarum Libri IX (Herodotus; ed. J. Schweighaeuser), 9:195, 9:455, 10:213, 11:414–11:415, 11:632

Ἡροδότου Ἁλικαρνησσῆος Ἱστοριῶν (Herodotus; eds. G. H. Schaefer and F. W. Reiz), 11:414–11:415

Herodotus

  • W. Beloe’s translation of, 8:22, 8:23n, 8:671, 8:672n
  • cited in batture case, 3:132–3:133, 3:226
  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:447, 7:662
  • Herodoti Musae sive Historiarum Libri IX (ed. J. Schweighaeuser), 9:195, 9:455, 10:213, 11:414–11:415, 11:632
  • Ἡροδότου Ἁλικαρνησσῆος Ἱστοριῶν (eds. G. H. Schaefer and F. W. Reiz), 11:414–11:415
  • Littlebury translation, 1:580
  • mentioned, 6:403
  • Oxford edition of, 9:195, 9:455, 10:213
  • TJ quotes, 4:604, 4:605n

Herodotus, Translated From The Greek, With Notes (Herodotus; trans. W. Beloe), 11:268

Heroine (ship), 11:170, 11:302

Herrera, Simón de

  • and Louisiana Territory, 9:658

Herrera y Tordesillas, Antonio de

  • quoted, 10:399

Herrick, Ebenezer

  • and Domestic Spinner (spinning machine), 4:417–4:418, 4:425, 4:425–4:426, 4:514, 4:544, 4:545n, 4:571–4:572, 4:589, 4:591, 4:637, 5:131–5:132, 5:142–5:143, 5:175, 5:201, 5:202, 5:211, 5:220
  • identified, 4:514n
  • letters from, 4:571–4:572, 5:142–5:143
  • letters to, 4:514, 4:591, 5:131–5:132, 5:202
  • roving and spinning machine of, 5:208

herring

  • sent to TJ, 1:176, 5:164, 6:336, 6:337
  • TJ orders, 1:77, 1:115, 1:369, 2:109, 2:422–2:423, 2:430, 2:502, 2:503, 5:155, 7:448, 7:448, 7:448, 8:536, 11:336–11:337
  • works on, 5:602, 5:604n, 5:604–5:605

Hersey, Ezekiel

  • J. Adams on, 6:501–6:502, 6:503, 6:504

Hertford, Isabella Anne Ingram Conway, 2d marchioness of, 5:156, 5:156n

Herty, Thomas

  • A Digest of the Laws of the United States of America, 11:120n, 11:147n

Hervey, James

  • The whole works of the late Rev. James Hervey, 2:322n

Hesiod (Greek poet)

  • Hesiodi Ascraei Quae Exstant (ed. C. F. Loesner), 9:196, 9:455, 9:697, 10:212
  • quoted, 7:23, 7:27n
  • quote misattributed to, 7:23, 7:27n

Hesiodi Ascraei Quae Exstant (Hesiod; ed. C. F. Loesner), 9:196, 9:455, 9:697, 10:212

Hessian fly, 2:496, 3:607, 3:630, 3:634, 3:639, 3:644, 4:32, 4:532, 6:119, 6:156, 6:210, 6:290, 6:331, 7:360, 10:309, 11:345, 11:366, 11:385, 11:475, 11:482–11:483, 11:536, 11:537n, 11:588, 11:644

Heston, Jacob Franklin

  • dedicates book to TJ, 4:43–4:47, 4:466
  • identified, 4:47n
  • letters from, 4:43–4:47
  • letters to, 4:466
  • Moral & Political Truth; or Reflections Suggested by reading History and Biography, 4:43–4:47, 4:466

Heth, John, 1:615, 1:616

Heth, William

  • and Revolutionary War claimants, 4:267, 4:267n

Hewat, Alexander

  • An Historical Account of the Rise and Progress of the Colonies of South Carolina and Georgia, 1:581

Hewes, Nimrod. See Hughes, Nimrod

Hewes Crab apple, 7:381, 7:382, 7:382n, 7:444, 7:445n

Hewson, Thomas Tickell

  • acknowledges gifts to American Philosophical Society, 1:608–1:609, 2:536, 2:536–2:537n
  • and American Philosophical Society elections, 2:128, 2:170, 3:284–3:285, 3:312, 4:411–4:412, 4:462
  • identified, 1:609n
  • letters from, 1:608–1:609, 2:128, 3:284–3:285, 4:411–4:412
  • letters to, 2:170, 3:312, 4:462

Heylen, Adrian, 8:558, 8:560–8:561

Heyne, Christian Gottlob

  • and authenticity of works of Homer, 9:86–9:87, 9:88n
  • classical scholar, 9:84, 9:698
  • edits Albius Tibullus, 9:196
  • edits Διόδωρος. Bibliothecae Historicae Libri qui Supersunt (Diodorus Siculus), 10:233, 10:236n
  • edits Pindari Carmina (Pindar), 9:196, 9:197n
  • edits The Iliad (Homer), 9:196, 9:455, 10:212, 10:531, 11:205, 11:296, 11:414, 11:414, 11:414, 11:537
  • edits Virgil, 9:196, 9:455, 10:212, 10:212, 10:531, 11:205, 11:296, 11:414, 11:414

Hibbert, Thomas, 2:477, 3:29

Hichborn (Hitchbourne), Benjamin, 6:283

Hickes, George

  • J. Adams on, 11:268
  • Institutiones Grammaticæ Anglo-Saxonicæ, 10:358

Hickman, Mr. (of Albemarle Co.)

  • and cedar trees, 11:566

hickory nuts

  • Gloucester-nut, 1:657, 3:544, 4:524
  • requested from TJ, 9:348n
  • P. Tabb’s, 1:111n, 1:252

Hicks, Mr., 2:223

Hicks, Robert D., trans.

  • Lives of Eminent Philosophers (Diogenes Laertius), 7:24, 7:221n

Hierobotanicon (O. Celsius), 7:715, 7:716n

Hierocles (Greek author of witticisms)

  • A. Coray edition of, 9:195, 9:455, 11:251
  • Ἱεροκλέους Φιλοσόφου Ἀστεῖα. Facéties. D’Hiéroclès Le Philosophe (ed. A. Coray), 9:88n
  • stories attributed to, 9:85, 9:88n

Hierozoicon (S. Bochart), 7:715, 7:716n

Hiester, Joseph

  • as Pa. gubernatorial candidate, 11:597–11:598n, 11:599n, 11:647

Higginbotham, David

  • and Belmont appraisal, 3:169, 3:170–3:171, 3:172, 3:426n
  • carries letter, 6:552
  • and clover seed for TJ, 4:548
  • crops of, 11:385
  • forwards books to TJ, 5:447, 5:455, 5:493
  • and Highland–Indian Camp boundary dispute, 7:136, 7:157, 7:159, 7:168, 7:169n, 7:197–7:198, 7:271, 8:568, 9:289–9:290, 9:319, 9:357, 9:519, 9:520
  • identified, 4:154n
  • invited to dine with TJ, 8:95
  • letters from, 11:142, 11:245, 11:366
  • letters from accounted for, 1:139n, 2:422n, 3:513n, 4:11n, 4:154–4:155n, 4:288n, 4:548n, 4:582n, 5:76n, 5:314n, 5:444n, 5:448n, 5:493n, 6:366n, 6:545n, 7:272n, 8:95n, 9:290n, 9:519n, 10:255n, 11:470n
  • letters to, 4:154–4:155, 5:75–5:76, 5:443–5:444, 6:365–6:366, 8:95, 9:289–9:290, 9:519, 11:197–11:198, 11:385
  • letters to accounted for, 1:139n, 2:113n, 3:513n, 4:11n, 4:24n, 4:155n, 4:288n, 4:557n, 4:581–4:582n, 5:314n, 5:448n, 9:290n
  • loans money to TJ, 8:95, 8:95n
  • mentioned, 3:119–3:120, 3:465, 5:51
  • as merchant, 2:112, 2:392, 2:421, 3:183, 3:394, 3:512–3:513, 3:551, 4:581, 5:222, 5:425, 6:122, 11:142
  • and paint for TJ, 11:142, 11:197–11:198
  • and payments made for TJ, 8:48
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254
  • plans to order wine, 11:584
  • presents bill to TJ, 9:449
  • purchases Richmond lot from TJ, 4:xliv, 4:154, 4:287–4:288, 5:75–5:76, 5:76n, 5:362–5:363, 6:304, 6:365–6:366, 6:371
  • and T. M. Randolph’s will, 6:20n
  • and repair of TJ’s watch, 6:552
  • Rivanna River Company commissioner, 3:254n
  • seeks consulship at Lisbon, 5:313, 5:313–5:314, 5:314n, 5:319
  • and W. Short’s land, 5:399–5:402, 5:443–5:444, 5:446, 5:506, 5:622–5:623, 5:623–5:624n, 5:624–5:625, 6:86, 6:87–6:88n, 6:204, 6:274, 6:604, 7:136, 7:157, 7:157n, 7:159, 7:166, 7:168, 7:169n, 7:212–7:213, 7:271, 7:510, 7:591, 8:568, 8:568n, 8:688, 8:689n, 9:319, 9:320, 9:357, 9:519, 9:520, 9:693, 10:21, 10:253, 10:464, 10:465n, 10:529, 11:245, 11:457, 11:500–11:501
  • TJ orders groceries from, 4:210, 4:211
  • TJ orders salt from, 8:95, 8:95n
  • TJ pays, 4:10, 4:24, 4:233, 4:557, 6:306, 6:321, 6:544, 7:72, 7:72n, 7:155
  • TJ’s account with, 4:557–4:558n, 6:343–6:349, 7:180–7:181, 8:95n, 10:159n
  • TJ’s debt to, 1:137, 1:138–1:139, 1:353, 1:364, 1:407, 1:421, 11:385
  • and TJ’s mill, 11:576–11:577
  • and TJ’s Westham lots, 11:366, 11:385

Higginbotham, Mary Elmslie Garrigues (David Higginbotham’s wife), 3:635, 5:362–5:363, 8:95, 9:290

Highland (J. Monroe’s Albemarle Co. estate)

  • boundary dispute, 6:522–6:523, 6:524, 6:524, 6:575, 6:604, 6:604–6:605, 6:636, 7:70–7:71, 7:136, 7:157, 7:159, 7:168, 7:169n, 7:197–7:198, 7:271, 7:405, 7:487, 7:510, 7:591–7:592, 7:594–7:595, 7:655, 8:50–8:51, 8:107, 8:129, 8:332, 8:382, 8:428–8:429, 8:556, 8:567–8:568, 8:588, 8:598, 8:687–8:688, 9:289–9:290, 9:319, 9:357, 9:362, 9:388, 9:488, 9:519, 9:519, 9:519–9:520, 9:648, 9:649n, 9:661, 9:662
  • family dispute over, 5:310n
  • B. Galloway proposes to visit, 7:272, 8:419, 8:433
  • G. Hays plan to visit, 1:93n
  • J. Monroe at, 8:588–8:589, 10:363
  • J. Monroe plans to visit, 6:575, 7:272, 7:351, 8:382, 8:419, 8:428–8:429, 8:433, 8:588, 8:589, 9:710, 11:258, 11:439–11:440, 11:569
  • sale of, 6:523n, 6:523n, 7:487, 7:510, 8:53n
  • TJ visits, 2:42, 2:44
  • visitors to, 10:400

High Mountain. See Montalto (part of TJ’s Monticello estate)

Hilan (schooner), 10:494, 10:494n

Hill, Aaron

  • identified, 2:412n
  • letters from, 2:411–2:412
  • sends pamphlet to TJ, 2:411, 2:412n

Hill, Henry, 1:26

Hill, John

  • militia service of, 7:160

Hill, Rowland, Lord

  • British general, 8:53, 8:53n

Hill, William (1618–1667)

  • edits Διονυσίου Οἰκουμένης Περιήγησις, μετὰ τῶν Εὐσταθίου Ὑπομνημάτων. Dionysii Orbis Descriptio (Dionysius Periegetes), 10:234, 10:237n

Hill, William, Rev.

  • and Theological Seminary of Virginia, 9:379n

Hillard, Isaac

  • identified, 3:75n
  • letters from, 3:74–3:75
  • letters to, 3:156
  • A Retaliation: Containing some Strictures on Doctor Parish’s Infamous Sermon, 3:74–3:75, 3:156

Hillet, John

  • letters from accounted for, 2:683

Hillhouse, James

  • opposes Embargo, 3:639, 3:639n
  • Propositions for Amending the Constitution of the United States, 5:12–5:13, 5:13–5:14n
  • as U.S. senator, 2:70

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

Hinckley, Capt., 1:124

Hinduism

  • books on, 7:218–7:219, 7:220, 7:221, 7:221n
  • deities of, 7:77
  • sacred texts of, 7:76–7:77, 7:77, 7:78n, 7:218, 7:219, 7:221n

Hiort, Henry

  • identified, 1:196n
  • letters from, 1:195–1:196
  • and C. Morneveck’s stucco, 1:195–1:196

Hippocrates (Greek physician)

  • medical theories of, 8:669
  • Τὸ Περὶ Ἀέρων, Ὑδάτων, Τόπων (ed. A. Coray), 11:251, 11:251n
  • Traduction des œuvres médicales d’Hippocrate, sur le texte grec, d’après l’édition de Foës (ed. D. J. Tournon; trans. J. B. Gardeil), 11:152, 11:193, 11:297, 11:395
  • works of, 11:127

Hirzel, Hans Caspar

  • The Rural Socrates, 8:388, 8:678, 8:679n, 11:165

Histoire d’Angleterre (P. de Rapin Thoyras), 1:580, 8:235

Histoire de France (F. E. Toulongeon), 3:340, 3:340n, 5:436, 6:45–6:46, 6:342–6:343n, 7:90, 7:90, 7:349–7:350, 8:291, 8:309, 8:359, 8:359n, 8:656, 10:235, 10:237n

Histoire de Gil Blas de Santillane (A. R. Le Sage), 4:163n, 7:665, 9:598, 9:600n, 10:573

Histoire de la fièvre jaune qui fut observée parmi les troupes françaises, en Espagne, en 1812 (J. C. A. Peysson), 10:147n

Histoire de la jurisprudence romaine (Terasson), 5:276, 5:277n

Histoire de l’Anarchie de Pologne, et du Démembrement de Cette République (Rulhière), 1:35, 3:516, 3:517n, 3:517n

Histoire de la Virginie (R. Beverley), 5:509, 8:388

Histoire de l’empire de Russie sous Pierre le Grand (Voltaire), 1:580

Histoire des Animaux d’Aristote, Avec la Traduction Françoise (Aristotle; trans. A. G. Camus), 8:656, 8:659n, 10:233

Histoire des arbres forestiers de l’Amerique septentrionale (F. A. Michaux), 2:680, 2:681n, 3:320–3:321, 3:322n, 3:561–3:562, 5:7, 5:8n, 5:83, 7:52, 7:53n, 8:194, 8:248, 8:248n, 8:363, 8:363n

Histoire des Causes Premières (C. Batteux), 6:439, 7:75, 7:148

Histoire des Chênes de l’Amerique (Michaux), 6:421

Histoire des Croisades pour la delivrance de la Terre Sainte (L. Maimbourg), 11:274n

Histoire des Croisades (J. F. Michaud), 7:664, 7:666n

Histoire des Mathématiques (J. E. Montucla and J. Lalande), 6:381, 7:250, 7:626, 10:235

Histoire des Républiques Italiennes du moyen âge (Sismondi), 10:234, 11:308, 11:308n, 11:313, 11:409

Histoire Generale de la Naissance & des progrès de la Compagnie de Jesus, 10:508

Histoire Naturelle de l’Homme (Lacépède), 1:250n

Histoire Naturelle des Oiseaux (Buffon), 1:581

Histoire Naturelle Du Genre Humain (J. J. Virey), 7:458, 7:458n, 8:481–8:482, 8:482n

Histoire Naturelle Économique et Politique des Poissons Utiles (Noël de la Morinière), 5:601, 5:603–5:604n

Histoire Naturelle, Générale et Particulière (Buffon), 6:225n, 7:626

Histoire Philosophique et Politique (G. T. F. Raynal), 3:175n, 7:664, 10:646

Histoire Romaine de Tite-Live (Livy; ed. G. A. Ruperti; trans. J. B. Dureau de la Malle), 11:632

Historia Alexandri Magni Regis (trans. Digby), 1:580

Historia Animalium (Aristotle), 10:208, 10:209n

Historia Critica Philosophiæ (J. J. Brucker), 6:548, 6:548, 6:551n, 7:148

Historia de la Conquista de Mexico, poblacion, y progresos de la America Septentrional, conocida por el nombre de Nueva España (A. de Solís y Rivadeneira), 11:179, 11:193, 11:395

Historia del Nuevo-Mundo (Muñoz), 7:562–7:564, 7:611–7:612, 7:612, 7:613

Historia de Nueva-España (H. Cortés), 1:390, 1:396n, 8:236, 8:237n

Historiæ Anglicanæ Scriptores X (R. Twysden), 7:127

Historiæ Byzantinæ Scriptores Tres Graeco-Latini (G. Akropolites, L. Chalcocondylas, and N. Gregoras), 11:452

Historia et Concordia Evangelica (A. Arnauld), 10:233

Historiarum Libri Aliquot, qui extant, opera & studio Vincentii Obsopoei in lucem editi (Diodorus Siculus), 1:580

An Historical Account of the Rise and Progress of the Colonies of South Carolina and Georgia (Hewat), 1:581

Historical Law-Tracts (Kames), 3:546

Historical Letters; originally written for and published in the Virginia Argus (Colvin), 6:32, 6:32n, 6:58, 6:58–6:59

Historical Memoir of the War in West Florida and Louisiana in 1814–15 (Latour), 9:129n

An Historical Narrative and Topographical Description of Louisiana, and West-Florida (T. Hutchins), 10:626

Historical Register of the United States (T. H. Palmer), 6:77n, 6:124, 8:260

An Historical Review of the State of Ireland (Plowden), 1:580

The Historie of Edvvard the Fourth, King of England (W. Habington), 7:629, 7:631n

The Historie of the Reigne of King Henry The Seventh (F. Bacon), 7:629, 7:631n

Historiettes Nouvelles (J. Manesca and V. Value), 9:97, 9:97n, 9:129

historiography

  • of American Revolution, 1:288–1:289, 1:334, 1:634n, 6:231n
  • of U.S., 2:145–2:146, 2:347–2:348, 2:505–2:506, 7:139–7:140, 7:140n, 7:190, 7:232, 7:256, 7:256, 7:317–7:318
  • of Va., 1:619, 4:467, 7:140, 7:190, 7:492–7:496, 7:544–7:550, 9:137, 9:138n
  • of Va. statutes, 1:334, 1:381–1:384, 1:489, 2:30, 2:50, 3:190–3:191, 3:569–3:570, 5:136, 5:137n

history. See also books: on history

  • bound pamphlets on, 8:630
  • classifications of, 6:409
  • collegiate education in, 7:480, 7:480, 7:638, 7:638, 7:640, 7:641, 7:664, 7:667, 7:686, 7:686–7:687
  • naval, 6:146, 6:167, 6:206–6:207, 6:289, 7:139, 7:155, 7:190, 7:198–7:199, 7:199n
  • of New England, 5:386–5:390, 5:390n, 5:508–5:513, 5:513n, 5:583–5:584, 5:585n
  • of New York, 6:352
  • R. Peters on, 11:483–11:484
  • TJ asked to write, 6:375, 11:346
  • TJ donates historical manuscripts, 7:520, 7:595–7:596, 8:207, 9:383–9:384, 9:453
  • TJ on, 2:50, 2:505–2:506, 2:529, 6:52–6:53, 8:143, 8:203, 8:252, 10:523
  • TJ on study of, 4:162, 4:162, 6:58, 8:341
  • TJ orders books on, 2:264, 3:122–3:123, 3:635–3:636, 8:581, 8:581, 8:582n
  • TJ recommends books on, 1:508, 1:580–1:581, 3:5–3:6, 3:7n, 7:629
  • works of proposed, 11:460–11:461, 11:461n
  • works on, bound for TJ, 1:36, 1:36

The History and Fall of Caius Marius (Otway), 4:479, 4:480n

The History and Proceedings of the House of Commons (R. Chandler), 7:373

History of America (W. Robertson), 1:521, 1:521n, 1:581, 1:620n, 6:326, 7:629, 7:664

The History of Ancient Greece, its Colonies, And Conquests (J. Gillies), 11:26, 11:110

The History of Charles XII (Voltaire), 1:580, 7:664

An History of Early Opinions Concerning Jesus Christ (J. Priestley), 6:302, 6:440, 7:627, 8:682

The History of England from the Accession of James I. to that of the Brunswick Line (C. Macaulay), 1:580, 3:635–3:636, 4:22n, 7:629

The History of England, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the Revolution in 1688 (D. Hume), 3:5, 3:7n, 3:7n, 3:86, 6:551, 6:552n, 7:249, 7:527–7:528, 7:532n, 8:235, 8:581, 10:164n, 10:552–10:553, 10:553n, 10:588–10:589

History of Great Britain (Belsham), 1:580, 3:122–3:123

The History of Greece (W. Mitford), 2:264, 2:264n, 3:122, 3:635–3:636, 4:22n, 7:662

The History of Herodotus (trans. W. Beloe), 8:22, 8:23n, 8:671, 8:672n

The History of Hindostan, Translated from the Persian (A. Dow), 7:664

The History of Land Titles in Massachusetts (Sullivan), 3:125

The History of Modern Europe (C. Coote), 3:296–3:297, 8:152

History of Modern Europe (W. Russell), 1:580, 7:629

History of New-England (Neal), 5:387, 5:390n

The History of New-Hampshire (J. Belknap), 1:581

A History of New York (Irving), 3:625, 5:397n

The History of North Carolina (H. Williamson), 9:178, 9:179n

The History of Pennsylvania in North America (Proud), 1:581

The History of Persia (J. Malcolm), 10:509, 11:363

The History of Philosophy (W. Enfield), 1:576, 6:439, 6:548, 6:548–6:549, 6:549, 6:551n, 7:148, 7:627, 9:60, 10:580, 10:642–10:643, 11:30, 11:31, 11:283

The History of Philosophy (Stanley), 1:580

The History of Printing in America (Thomas), 1:333, 1:334n

The History of Scotland (W. Robertson), 1:580, 7:629, 7:664

The History of the American Indian (Adair)

  • J. Adams on, 5:182
  • TJ on, 5:122–5:124, 5:125n

A History of the American Revolution (Allen), 6:231, 6:231n, 6:373

History of the American Revolution (D. Ramsay), 1:581, 6:258, 7:512, 7:629

The History of the Ancient Borough of Pontefract (B. Boothroyd), 7:389

The History of the British Plantations in America … Part I. Containing the History of Virginia (Keith), 5:509

The History of the Colony of Massachusetts-Bay (Hutchinson), 1:581, 5:387, 5:390n, 5:508–5:509

The History of the Colony of Nova Caesaria, or New-Jersey (S. Smith), 1:581

The History of the Commerce and Navigation of the Ancients (P. D. Huet), 10:486

History of the Corruptions of Christianity (J. Priestley), 1:581, 6:302, 6:440, 7:627

The History of the Crusade; or, the Expeditions of the Christian Princes for the Conquest of the Holy Land (L. Maimbourg; trans. J. Nalson), 11:274, 11:274n, 11:447

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (E. Gibbon), 1:580, 3:546, 7:629, 7:662

“The History of the Dividing Line” (W. Byrd [16741744])

  • manuscript of, 9:178, 9:179n, 9:384, 9:453, 10:470n, 11:21, 11:22, 11:125–11:126, 11:127n, 11:206, 11:426, 11:477, 11:487, 11:524, 11:524n

A History of the Early Part of the Reign of James the Second (C. J. Fox), 1:36, 1:37, 1:580, 7:629

A History of the English Law (J. Reeves), 7:127

History of the Expedition under the command of Captains Lewis and Clark (N. Biddle), 6:417, 7:63–7:64, 7:64n, 7:289, 7:289n, 7:290, 7:517–7:518, 7:555, 7:555n, 7:556, 9:704, 9:705, 9:706–9:707n, 10:60, 10:257, 10:257n, 10:377, 10:444, 10:445

The History of the First Discovery and Settlement of Virginia (W. Stith), 5:508–5:509, 10:365

The History of the General Council (Caines), 3:522n, 4:157

History of the Insurrection, in the Four Western Counties of Pennsylvania (Findley), 1:581

The History of the Insurrections (Minot), 1:581

The History of the Late War between the United States and Great Britain (G. J. Hunt), 9:414n, 9:522, 10:457–10:458, 11:493–11:494, 11:495n

History of the Late War in the Western Country (R. B. McAfee), 11:364, 11:382

The History of the Life of Henry the Second, and of the Age in which he lived (Lyttelton), 2:51

History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero (Middleton), 1:35, 1:580

The History of The Life, Reign, and Death of Edward II (E. Cary), 7:629, 7:631n

“The History of the Linen Manufacture” (Stephenson), 3:280n, 3:309, 3:309n

The History of the Lives of Abeillard and Heloisa (J. Berington), 7:664

The History of the Peloponnesian War, Translated from the Greek of Thucydides (Smith), 1:580

The History of the Province of New-York (Smith), 1:581

The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, Begun in the Year 1641 (E. Clarendon), 8:581, 8:582n, 9:109

The History of the Reign of Charles V (W. Robertson), 1:580, 7:629, 7:664

The History of the Reign of Philip the Second, King of Spain (R. Watson), 7:664

History of the Rise, Progress, and Establishment of the Independence of the United States of America (W. Gordon), 1:581, 6:258, 6:258, 7:629, 7:664

History of the Rise, Progress and Termination of the American Revolution (Warren), 1:37, 1:581

The History of the Wars which arose out of the French Revolution (A. Stephens), 7:664

The History of the World, from the reign of Alexander to that of Augustus (J. Gillies), 1:539, 1:539n, 7:662, 11:26, 11:110

A History of Tom Jones, a Foundling (H. Fielding)

  • characters in, 1:174, 1:175n, 8:238, 8:242n

The History of Virginia (J. D. Burk, S. Jones, and L. H. Girardin)

  • on A. Cary, 8:122n
  • dedication page, 10:xlvi, 10:240 (illus.)
  • W. W. Hening criticizes, 1:619, 1:620n
  • mentioned, 8:482n, 9:137, 9:369n, 9:407, 10:278
  • publication of, 11:296
  • sources for, 7:547, 7:550n, 9:108, 9:109n, 11:283, 11:283n
  • TJ recommends, 1:581, 7:629, 8:478, 8:482n
  • TJ’s role in the preparation of, 1:288–1:289, 1:331, 1:457, 1:634n, 3:569–3:570, 8:121–8:122, 8:140–8:141, 8:200, 8:203, 8:266, 8:309, 8:334–8:337, 8:338n, 8:359–8:360, 8:384–8:385, 8:385–8:386n, 8:423, 8:431, 8:478–8:479, 8:481, 9:367, 10:xlvi

History of Virginia, from Its Discovery Till the Year 1781 (Campbell), 4:350, 4:467–4:468

Hoadley, Benjamin

  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:505

Hoban, James

  • oversees repair of President’s House, 8:592, 8:592, 8:596n

Hobart, John Henry

  • as bishop of N.Y., 11:607, 11:608n

Hobbes, Thomas

  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:667
  • De Cive, 10:208, 10:209, 10:209n
  • De Cive quoted by TJ, 1:507–1:508, 1:508n, 3:508, 3:509n, 10:226, 10:228n
  • on justice, 10:460
  • quoted, 4:25, 4:26n, 10:208, 10:209
  • read by J. Adams, 4:474
  • TJ on philosophy of, 10:155
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502
  • writings of, 8:4, 10:207–10:208

Hobbs, Hubbard, 1:66

Hobson, Mr.

  • land owned by, 2:237, 2:239n

Hochie, James

  • and Antient Plymouth Society, 1:58, 1:59, 1:102
  • letters from, 1:58
  • letters to, 1:102

Hock (wine), 9:513

Hodges, Nathaniel

  • Loimologia: or, an Historical Account of the Plague in London in 1665, 10:131, 10:146n

Hodgson, George, 8:460

Hodgson, Isaac, 8:460

Hodgson, Joseph, 3:69n

Hodgson, Portia

  • and L. L. Paradise estate, 11:59, 11:59n

hoes, 2:546, 2:548, 11:163

Hoffingan & Company (Paris firm), 2:219, 3:558, 4:418, 5:60

Hog, David, 1:26

Hogan, David, 3:51n

Hogg, William

  • paid for oats, 5:6, 5:6n, 5:6n

hogs. See pigs

Holbach, Paul Henri Dietrich, Baron d’

  • Le Bon-Sens, ou Idées Naturelles Opposées aux Idées Surnaturelles, 9:650, 9:652n
  • philosophy of, 9:650, 10:7
  • Systême de la Nature. Ou Des Loix du Monde Physique & du Monde Moral, 9:650, 9:652n
  • System of Nature; or, The Laws of the Moral and Physical World, 9:652n
  • TJ on, 7:413, 9:651

Holcombe, John

  • payment to, 9:588, 9:589n

Holcombe, Thomas Anderson

  • and festivities for A. Jackson, 9:145, 9:147n
  • identified, 6:451–6:452n
  • invited to visit TJ, 6:451, 6:649
  • letter from, 9:145–9:147
  • letters to, 6:451–6:452, 6:649, 8:512–8:513
  • militia service of, 6:531
  • school principal, 6:451, 6:451, 6:648, 6:649
  • students’ opinion of, 6:64
  • tutor to F. W. Eppes, 6:497–6:498, 6:498n, 7:483, 7:647, 7:647n, 9:608, 9:712
  • visits Poplar Forest, 8:512

Holcroft, Thomas

  • Memoirs of Bryan Perdue: A Novel, 7:467, 7:468n
  • translates Posthumous Works of Frederic II. King of Prussia (Frederick II, king of Prussia), 9:709n

Holcus sorghum (Johnsongrass), 1:436–1:437n

Holeman, George

  • and Central College subscription, 11:325, 11:332

Holinshed, Raphael

  • The First and Second volumes of Chronicles, 8:581, 8:582n

Holland. See The Netherlands

holland (textile), 6:345, 6:346, 9:565, 9:566n

Holland, Henry Richard Vassall Fox, 3d Baron, 3:462–3:463, 3:464n, 3:481, 5:156, 7:541

Holland, James

  • and E. Earle’s ironworks, 7:162, 7:162–7:163n, 7:199, 7:200n
  • TJ writes to, on behalf of I. Briggs, 9:509, 9:510n, 9:515

Holland, Thomas, 5:110n

Hollins, Jane Smith (John Hollins’s wife)

  • family of, 2:198n
  • proposed visit to Monticello, 5:345, 5:357, 5:404
  • sends greetings to TJ, 2:205, 3:341, 8:421
  • TJ sends greetings to, 2:226

Hollins, John

  • family of, 5:345, 5:356–5:357
  • friends of, 8:432
  • and gypsum, 2:197–2:198, 2:205, 2:226, 2:304, 2:329, 2:341, 3:313, 3:341, 3:525–3:526, 3:531, 5:357, 8:421
  • identified, 2:197–2:198n
  • letters from, 2:205, 2:304, 2:341–2:342, 3:341, 3:567–3:568, 5:356–5:357, 5:404, 8:421–8:422
  • letters to, 2:197–2:198, 2:226, 2:329, 3:313, 3:525–3:526, 3:606–3:607, 5:345, 5:404, 8:432
  • and J. Peyton’s estate, 5:345, 5:346, 5:350
  • plans visit to Monticello, 5:357, 5:404, 5:404
  • requests letter of introduction, 8:421–8:422
  • residence of, 8:422n
  • and R. Smith’s dismissal, 3:567–3:568, 3:568, 3:595, 3:606, 3:608
  • TJ pays, 3:525–3:526, 3:531, 3:550, 3:551, 3:567
  • TJ sends letters through, 8:432

Hollis, Thomas Brand

  • and J. and A. Adams, 6:227, 6:228, 6:228–6:229n, 9:176n

holly (shrub), 10:195, 10:195, 10:238, 10:293

Holman, George

  • and fish for TJ, 4:668, 4:677

Holman, John

  • ship captain, 9:572

Holmes, Andrew Hunter

  • War of 1812 service of, 7:530, 7:532

Holmes, David

  • appointed governor of Miss. Territory, 1:25
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:625

Holmes, Hugh

  • and Central College subscription, 11:334
  • and Chinese pigs, 4:109
  • identified, 6:114–6:115n
  • as judge, 6:573, 6:631, 7:709
  • letters from, 6:114–6:115, 6:335–6:336, 6:631–6:632, 7:309–7:310, 7:460–7:461
  • letters to, 6:314
  • proposed visit to Monticello, 7:309, 7:460
  • TJ pays, 6:306, 6:321
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:625
  • and TJ’s letters on Va. constitution, 10:405
  • and TJ’s merino wool, 6:114, 6:306n, 6:314, 6:335, 6:631, 6:631–6:632n, 7:309–7:310, 7:460

Holmes, John

  • on future of U.S., 8:649, 8:650n
  • identified, 8:649n
  • letter from, 8:648–8:650
  • letters to, 9:41–9:42
  • opinion on War of 1812, 8:649, 8:649–8:650n
  • An Oration, Pronounced at Alfred, on the 4th of July, 1815, 8:648–8:649, 8:649–8:650n, 9:4, 9:6n, 9:41–9:42, 9:78

Holt, Charles

  • and American Magazine, 8:470n, 8:471n
  • identified, 3:185–3:186n
  • letters from, 3:185–3:186
  • letters to, 3:227
  • and N.Y. Daily Columbian, 3:185, 3:227

Holt, David

  • identified, 7:49n
  • note from, 7:49
  • recommends B. Fosgate, 7:49

Holt, John, Sir

  • and Ashby v. White, 8:526, 8:527n

Holt, Thomas, 5:81n

Holy Alliance

  • and Alexander I, 10:265, 10:266n
  • formation of, 10:266n
  • mentioned, 11:383, 11:384n

The Holy Bible (Clarke), 3:356–3:357

The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Covenant (C. Thomson), 3:596, 3:596n, 10:214, 10:300, 10:450

Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments (T. Scott), 2:321–2:322n, 2:337, 2:349, 7:36–7:37, 7:195

Homans, Benjamin

  • and Bunker Hill Association, 2:504–2:505, 2:666
  • identified, 2:505n
  • letters from, 2:504–2:505
  • letters to, 2:666
  • reference for J. L. Edwards, 4:92

Home, Everard

  • on platypuses, 7:153, 7:153n

Home, Francis

  • The Principles of Agriculture and Vegetation, 2:82, 11:164

Home, Henry, Lord Kames. See Kames (Kaim), Henry Home, Lord

home manufacturing. See manufacturing, household

Homer

  • authenticity of works of, 9:86–9:87
  • blindness of, 11:359
  • Clavis Homerica: sive Lexicon Vocabulorum Omnium, Quæ continentur in Homeri Iliade Et potissimâ parte Odysseæ (ed. S. Patrick), 11:205
  • A. Coray edition of, 9:195, 9:455, 11:251
  • C. G. Heyne edition of Iliad, 9:196, 9:455, 10:212, 10:531, 11:205, 11:296, 11:414, 11:414, 11:414, 11:537
  • Ὁμήρου ἅπαντα. h. e Homeri opera omnia (eds. S. Clarke and J. A. Ernesti), 10:234, 10:237n
  • Ὁμήρου Ἰλιὰς καὶ εἰς Αὐτὴν Σχόλια τῶν Παλαιῶν. Homeri Ilias, et Veterum in Eam Scholia (ed. Didymus Chalcenterus), 9:196, 9:455
  • Ὁμήρου Ἰλιὰς σὺν τοῖς σχολίοις (ed. Villoison), 11:414
  • Iliad, 10:260, 10:260n, 10:306
  • The Iliad of Homer (trans. A. Pope), 5:595, 5:596n, 8:121, 8:298, 8:299n, 10:284, 10:286n, 10:417
  • The Iliad of Homer (trans. A. Pope/J. Macpherson), 2:51
  • mentioned, 10:589
  • Odyssea Græce et Latine, 3:546
  • Odyssey, 8:121, 10:260, 10:260n, 11:414
  • study of, 7:448, 7:661, 7:661
  • TJ cites, 8:617, 8:617n, 8:658, 8:659n, 10:284, 10:286n
  • TJ on, 4:396, 6:403, 9:700
  • works of translated by J. H. Voss, 9:84

Ὁμήρου ἅπαντα. h. e Homeri opera omnia (Homer; eds. S. Clarke and J. A. Ernesti), 10:234, 10:237n

Ὁμήρου Ἰλιὰς σὺν τοῖς σχολίοις (Homer; ed. Villoison), 11:414

Homes, Governor. See Holmes, David

Homes, Judge. See Holmes, Hugh

Homo’s Letters on a National Currency, addressed to the People of the United States (T. Law), 11:61, 11:62n

honey, 11:503

Hooe, James Hewitt

  • identified, 2:361n
  • letters from, 2:360–2:361
  • letters to, 2:379
  • and merino sheep, 2:360–2:361, 2:379, 2:453–2:454, 2:491, 2:496, 3:178

Hooe, Nathaniel Harris

  • account with, 4:556
  • identified, 3:55n
  • letters from, 3:55, 4:81, 4:142, 6:471–6:472
  • letters from accounted for, 6:315n
  • letters to, 3:111–3:112, 3:180–3:181, 3:302–3:303, 4:183, 4:217–4:218, 4:558, 6:314–6:315
  • mentioned, 1:48n, 5:104
  • offers to sell slave to TJ, 4:397
  • and spinning machines, 4:558, 4:558n
  • TJ hires slaves from, 3:55, 3:111–3:112, 3:181, 3:302, 4:81, 4:142, 4:183, 4:217–4:218, 4:221, 4:397, 4:556, 6:306n, 6:314
  • TJ pays, 4:556, 4:557, 4:558, 6:306, 6:314–6:315, 6:321, 6:471
  • on wheat and corn prices, 6:472

Hooe, Sarah Daingerfield (Nathaniel H. Hooe’s wife)

  • TJ hires slaves from, 2:41, 2:661, 3:55, 3:111–3:112

Hooke, Nathaniel

  • The Roman History, 7:662

Hooker, Richard

  • The Works Of that Learned and Judicious Divine, Mr Richard Hooker, in Eight Books of Ecclesiastical Polity, 10:208, 10:209n

Hooper, William

  • Rational Recreations, 10:486

Hope (steamboat), 4:199

Hope, Robert, 5:419, 5:426, 5:426

Hope (sloop), 11:216

Hope, Thomas (European banker), 2:245

Hope, Thomas (of Philadelphia)

  • Hope’s Philadelphia Price-Current, and Commercial Record, 5:133, 5:133n, 8:307, 8:629, 8:632n

Hope & Company (Amsterdam firm), 3:54, 3:314, 3:315n

Hope’s Philadelphia Price-Current, and Commercial Record (T. Hope), 5:133, 5:133n, 8:307, 8:629, 8:632n

Hopkins, Arthur, 3:432

Hopkins, Arthur Francis

  • identified, 9:43n
  • introduced to TJ, 9:42

Hopkins, Cornelia

  • and L. L. Paradise estate, 11:59, 11:59n

Hopkins, David K.

  • and hydraulic screw, 1:646–1:649
  • identified, 1:649n
  • letters from, 1:646–1:649

Hopkins, Henry, 2:177, 2:178n

Hopkins, John

  • and P. Allen’s History of the American Revolution, 6:231, 6:373
  • letters from, 6:231
  • letters to, 6:373

Hopkins, John (commissioner of loans)

  • and L. L. Paradise estate, 11:59

Hopkins, Judith Jefferson (TJ’s cousin; Field Jefferson’s daughter)

  • family of, 9:42, 9:43n

Hopkins, Matthew (of Snow Hill, Md.), 1:649

Hopkins, Samuel

  • American theologian, 6:302

Hopkinson, Francis

  • and J. Delaplaine’s Repository, 10:536
  • and lunette, 5:507

Horace

  • J. Adams on, 11:269, 11:269
  • allusions to, 7:405, 7:405n, 9:695, 9:696n, 10:7, 10:8n, 11:270n
  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:448, 7:659, 7:659, 7:661, 7:661, 7:685
  • Oeuvres d’Horace (ed. A. Dacier), 10:235
  • quoted by J. Adams, 6:504, 6:505n, 7:26, 7:27n, 7:64, 7:67n, 7:477, 7:481n, 9:432, 9:434n, 10:424
  • quoted by J. Corrêa da Serra, 9:467, 9:469n
  • quoted by Destutt de Tracy, 4:240, 4:243n
  • quoted by P. Freneau, 1:226, 1:228n
  • quoted by B. Galloway, 4:151, 4:153n
  • quoted by W. Jones, 6:644, 6:644n
  • quoted by J. Lakanal, 10:108
  • quoted by C. A. Rodney, 8:275, 8:276n
  • quoted by W. Short, 8:52
  • quoted by F. A. Van der Kemp, 10:121, 10:122–10:123n
  • quoted by A. Woodward, 6:411, 6:411n
  • quote misattributed to, 7:582, 7:590n
  • study of, 11:396
  • TJ quotes, 2:389, 2:390n, 6:156, 6:605, 6:606n, 7:629, 7:631n, 8:384, 8:386n, 9:374–9:375, 9:375n, 11:346, 11:346–11:347n, 11:417, 11:418n
  • TJ reads, 3:227, 3:257, 4:472
  • translators of, 6:551, 6:552n, 6:616
  • works of, 11:205

horehound

  • as snakebite remedy, 1:57

horizon. See artificial horizon

Horne, John. See Tooke, John Horne

Hornet, USS (schooner), 11:662, 11:662

Hornet, USS (sloop), 2:544, 3:76, 4:273, 4:587, 4:649, 4:650n, 4:665, 4:665n, 5:72, 5:73n, 5:82, 5:82, 5:114, 6:45, 7:90, 7:350

Hornsby, Frances Henderson (Bennett Henderson’s daughter; Thomas Walker Hornsby’s wife)

  • and Milton lands, 1:440, 1:459, 1:460–1:461, 1:463, 3:617–3:618, 5:422, 5:423, 6:50, 6:51n, 6:78, 6:79, 6:315, 6:315, 6:367, 6:367n, 6:472, 6:609, 6:610, 7:117–7:118, 7:118–7:119, 7:119n, 7:352, 7:352n, 7:352n, 7:352, 10:117, 10:471, 10:471–10:472n, 10:499–10:500, 10:590–10:591, 10:591, 10:619–10:622, 10:623–10:624, 10:624, 11:18, 11:19, 11:20, 11:20, 11:20, 11:42, 11:42–11:43n, 11:56–11:57

Hornsby, Joseph

  • death of, 6:315, 6:367
  • and Henderson case, 6:78–6:79
  • identified, 6:79n
  • letters to, 6:78–6:80
  • on TJ, 6:315

Hornsby, Joseph, Jr., 6:315

Hornsby, Thomas Walker

  • and Henderson estate, 7:117–7:118, 7:352
  • identified, 6:316n
  • letters from, 6:315–6:316, 7:117–7:118
  • letters to, 6:608–6:611, 7:596–7:597
  • and Milton lands, 3:617, 3:618n, 6:50, 6:51n, 6:78, 6:78–6:79, 6:315–6:316, 6:367, 6:367, 6:608–6:610, 7:117–7:118, 7:596–7:597, 10:471–10:472n, 10:590, 10:591

Horrors of Slavery: or, The American Tars in Tripoli (W. Ray), 1:33, 1:33–1:78n, 1:77–1:78, 8:388, 9:237, 9:531

Horry, Peter

  • The Life of Gen. Francis Marion, 8:633, 8:634n, 8:638

Horse-Hoeing Husbandry: or, An Essay on the Principles of Vegetation and Tillage (J. Tull), 1:581, 2:82, 6:219, 6:280, 7:626, 11:164

horses

  • and batture controversy, 2:546, 2:548
  • books on, 5:447, 5:448n, 5:455, 8:388, 8:672
  • S. Carr loans, 7:625, 7:632
  • and carriage accidents, 11:622
  • cost to hire, 8:268n
  • death of, 10:611
  • disabled, 2:368, 8:390, 9:269, 11:475, 11:558, 11:659
  • as draft animals, 10:561–10:562
  • fed, 2:543
  • fodder for, 8:32, 8:71, 8:109, 8:126, 8:129, 8:158, 8:158, 8:163, 8:268n, 9:562, 9:624, 11:171–11:172, 11:272
  • grooming equipment for, 6:343, 6:343, 6:346, 6:347, 6:347
  • and hemp brakes, 9:303–9:304
  • horseshoes, 8:313
  • and H. Marks’s estate, 5:73
  • medical conditions of, 7:301, 7:301n
  • mentioned, 8:241, 10:647, 10:656
  • owned by E. Randolph, 4:231–4:232n
  • owned by TJ, 1:51, 1:51, 1:52n, 5:497n, 5:498n, 8:390, 8:392
  • and plows, 7:80, 9:599–9:600
  • at Poplar Forest, 4:373, 4:381, 5:653, 5:653n, 7:124, 8:10, 8:70, 8:71, 8:71, 8:174, 8:174n, 8:520, 10:466
  • price of, 8:307
  • provide power for machinery, 10:562
  • returned to TJ, 2:112
  • saddlery, 8:233
  • for sale, 3:180, 5:497, 5:497–5:498, 5:498, 5:499
  • Spanish, 1:478
  • tavern charges for, 9:19, 9:19, 9:19, 9:20, 9:20n, 9:20, 9:21, 9:21
  • taxes on, 7:708, 8:256, 8:392, 9:430, 11:44
  • and threshing machines, 5:444, 7:83, 11:200
  • TJ loans, 7:625
  • TJ purchases, 2:155, 3:453–3:454, 3:454, 5:404–5:405, 5:406–5:407, 5:663, 7:300, 7:300n, 7:301, 7:513–7:514, 7:608, 8:41, 8:42n, 8:47, 8:66, 8:71, 8:78, 8:79n, 8:174, 8:174n, 8:497n, 8:515n, 9:52n, 9:58n, 9:255n, 10:73, 10:539n
  • TJ rides, 8:236, 8:639, 8:697
  • transport tobacco, 4:373
  • value of, 4:15
  • and veterinary treatment, 5:668–5:670
  • wartime treatment of, 5:411, 7:649, 8:6

Horsey, Outerbridge

  • forwards TJ’s letter, 5:601n

Horsley, James

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

Horsley, John

  • Britannia Romana: or the Roman Antiquities of Britain, 8:581, 9:109

Horsley, Samuel

  • English theologian, 6:302, 6:440

Horticultural Society of London

  • transactions of, 5:514, 5:514–5:515n

Hortus Siccus (Crowninshield), 1:37, 1:189, 1:191n

Hosack, David

  • American Medical and Philosophical Register: or, Annals of Medicine, Natural History, Agriculture, and the Arts, 11:4, 11:4n
  • botanical studies of, 10:287
  • and Elgin Botanic Garden, 2:90, 2:91n, 10:239–10:240, 10:240n, 10:287
  • identified, 8:467–8:468n
  • letter from, 10:287–10:288
  • letters to, 8:467–8:468, 10:239–10:240, 11:4
  • letter to, from R. C. Moore, 10:150–10:151
  • as medical educator, 11:350, 11:351n
  • Observations on the Laws Governing the Communication of Contagious Diseases, 8:467, 8:468n, 10:133–10:134, 10:147n
  • sends books to TJ, 11:4, 11:4n
  • TJ sends seeds to, 10:287
  • on yellow fever, 10:133–10:134, 10:147n

Hosford, E. & E. (Albany firm). See E. & E. Hosford (Albany firm)

hospitals

  • European, 6:650
  • marine, 5:178, 5:179n, 5:206, 5:370, 5:439, 5:641, 5:642n

Hottinguer, Jean Conrad

  • and T. Kosciuszko, 4:469

Hottinguer & Compagnie (French firm)

  • and books for TJ, 10:233, 10:236n, 10:243, 10:243–10:244n, 10:244–10:245, 10:394
  • identified, 10:244n

Hoüard, David

  • Anciennes loix des François, 3:130–3:131, 3:175n, 3:546
  • Traités sur les Coutumes Anglo-Normandes, 7:125

Houbraken, Jacobus

  • as engraver, 7:399, 7:400n

Houdetot, Elisabeth Françoise Sophie de La Live de Bellegarde, comtesse d’

  • letters from accounted for, 4:377n
  • marital arrangement of, 1:121, 1:122n
  • and military appointment for C. Despinville, 4:374, 4:377n, 5:405
  • sends regards to TJ, 3:198
  • TJ’s acquaintance with, 4:376, 5:431, 7:404

Houdon, Jean Antoine

  • bust of J. Barlow, 5:l, 5:358 (illus.)
  • bust of J. Necker, 9:328n
  • bust of TJ, 8:40, 8:41n, 11:267
  • bust of G. Washington, 9:352n
  • statue of G. Washington for Va. state capitol, 9:385–9:386, 9:387n

Houmas Indians, 1:509

House, James, 2:122

House, Mary, 1:475, 1:513

House, Samuel

  • death of, 1:475, 1:476n, 1:513

House, William S.

  • midshipman, 8:84, 8:85n

houseflies, 11:39

household articles. See also building materials; clocks; clothing; furniture; tools

  • alabaster lamp, 1:190, 1:309
  • artwork, 8:393, 8:485, 8:486, 10:200
  • bags, 6:346, 6:346
  • basins, 6:348
  • beds, 4:231–4:232n, 4:383, 6:309, 6:310, 8:71, 8:186
  • beer jugs, 7:154, 7:155, 7:204, 7:710, 7:712, 7:716, 8:11, 8:11, 8:12
  • blankets, 4:99, 4:231–4:232n, 4:382–4:383, 5:33, 5:34, 5:460–5:463, 6:308–6:309, 6:310, 6:344, 6:344, 8:68, 8:132, 8:158, 8:186, 9:76, 9:147
  • bolts, 11:548, 11:588
  • bottles, 8:11, 8:12, 9:371, 9:371–9:372, 9:418, 9:512
  • brooms, 1:3, 5:119, 6:345
  • brushes, 6:344, 6:448
  • buttons, 6:344, 6:345, 9:565
  • candles, 1:31, 1:31, 1:31, 1:32, 3:202, 3:301, 11:617
  • candlesticks, 8:393, 8:485, 8:486, 10:575
  • carpet, 4:231–4:232n, 7:73, 7:73n
  • carriage handles, 7:360
  • carts, 2:112
  • charcoal, 2:299, 3:625, 6:517
  • chariots, 1:41
  • clocks, 1:85, 1:96
  • cloth, 2:98–2:100, 2:175, 5:119, 9:565
  • coal, 1:155
  • coffeepots, 4:231–4:232n, 8:393, 8:485, 8:486
  • comforters, 1:64, 1:76, 1:153, 1:286, 1:310
  • corks, 2:109, 4:522, 4:530, 5:394, 7:155, 7:188, 7:189, 7:710, 7:717, 7:717, 8:186, 9:371, 9:371–9:372, 9:418, 9:523, 9:542, 9:582, 9:602–9:603, 10:416, 10:462–10:463, 10:571, 11:189, 11:193, 11:204, 11:204n, 11:216
  • cotton cards, 8:185
  • counterpanes, 7:348
  • cups, 4:231–4:232n, 4:477, 6:348, 8:235, 8:393
  • curtains, 8:393, 8:485, 8:486
  • decanters, 8:393, 8:485, 8:486
  • dishes, 4:231–4:232n, 4:477
  • distiller’s syphon, 1:482
  • drawknives, 1:135, 1:136n
  • dumbbells, 5:xlix, 5:310n, 5:358 (illus.)
  • earthenware, 7:154, 7:602, 7:602
  • and 1810 census, 3:202
  • eyeglasses, 3:280–3:281, 3:341–3:342, 3:488, 8:74, 8:159, 8:192, 8:212–8:213, 8:246, 8:279, 8:279n, 10:609, 10:649
  • fig blue, 6:343, 6:349n
  • forks, 4:102, 6:347
  • gigs, 1:488, 2:55, 2:60, 2:453
  • hair powder, 1:190, 1:245
  • inkstands, 5:38, 5:39n, 5:109, 5:111
  • iron combs, 4:102
  • knitting needles, 4:362
  • knitting pins, 6:344
  • knives, 6:347, 6:348, 8:222
  • lamps, 4:362–4:363
  • lanterns, 1:303
  • lightning rods, 11:341–11:342, 11:342n, 11:469–11:470
  • linseed oil, 1:55n, 1:77, 1:97, 5:33, 5:379
  • locks, 6:346, 11:548, 11:588, 11:589
  • milkpans, 1:303
  • mirrors, 1:303, 8:393, 8:485, 8:486, 10:555n
  • napkins, 7:348
  • needles, 5:33, 6:345, 6:345
  • padlocks, 1:302–1:303, 6:344, 6:344, 6:348
  • pipes, tobacco, 8:109
  • pots, 8:70–8:71, 8:113+, 8:186
  • powder puff, 10:534
  • putty, 6:344, 6:348
  • razors, 8:23
  • razor strops, 7:260, 7:270
  • saddles, 1:3
  • sal ammoniac, 1:467, 1:467, 3:183, 3:200
  • saucers, 4:477
  • sheets, 4:231–4:232n
  • shot, 9:301
  • sifters, 8:71, 10:534
  • soap, 3:202
  • spoons, 4:231–4:232n
  • stoves, 1:122, 3:530, 3:609, 4:191–4:192, 4:215–4:216, 4:232–4:233, 4:560, 5:38, 5:38–5:39n
  • sugar dishes, 4:231–4:232n
  • tablecloths, 3:551, 7:348, 8:xlvii, 8:241
  • tallow, 3:301, 10:467n
  • tea chests, 1:44
  • teapots, 4:231–4:232n, 8:485, 8:486
  • thread, 4:358, 6:344, 6:344, 6:345, 6:345, 6:345, 6:349n, 9:565, 9:566, 9:597
  • toothbrushes, 11:626n
  • tooth powder, 11:626n
  • towels, 11:626n
  • wafers (for sealing letters), 4:647
  • waiters (trays), 4:231–4:232n, 8:241
  • wax, 5:119, 8:81
  • wine glasses, 6:344
  • wool cards, 4:362, 4:417, 4:612, 6:345, 8:185

House of Representatives, U.S. See also Congress, U.S.; Magruder, Patrick

  • and batture controversy, 2:428, 3:203–3:204
  • chamber of, 3:555–3:556, 10:615, 11:480, 11:571, 11:612
  • Claims Committee, 9:508–9:509
  • clerical salaries in, 8:115
  • clerkship of, 1:275
  • and commercial edicts by foreign powers, 2:195, 2:195n
  • and convoy bill, 2:253, 2:254n
  • Currency Committee, 11:165–11:166, 11:166n
  • debates in, 7:560n
  • and declaration of war, 5:142n
  • and duration of wartime taxation, 6:311, 6:313n
  • and electoral districts, 10:611n
  • and Embargo Act of 1812, 4:586, 4:587n
  • Foreign Relations Committee, 4:377n
  • and R. Fulton’s torpedo, 2:251n
  • honor disputes in, 2:53, 2:106–2:107, 2:124, 3:425, 3:425n
  • and implementation of treaties, 9:548–9:550, 9:550–9:551n, 9:551n, 9:551–9:552n
  • journals of, 2:427–2:428, 7:701, 8:631
  • and Macon’s Bill No. 1, 2:130, 2:131n, 2:169
  • and Macon’s Bill No. 2, 2:345, 2:346n, 2:418, 2:419n, 3:255, 3:256n, 3:463, 3:464n, 3:600
  • members subscribe to book, 11:110
  • mentioned, 1:512, 1:534, 2:570
  • number of members in, 8:594, 8:596n
  • and office of postmaster general, 7:196
  • party sentiment in, 3:473, 3:474n, 3:502
  • petitions to, 11:8–11:12, 11:498–11:499, 11:500n
  • and public works, 2:589, 2:613–2:614
  • and purchase of TJ’s library, 7:679–7:680, 7:680, 8:26, 8:26n, 8:36, 9:409, 9:409–9:410n
  • qualifications for membership in, 7:144–7:145, 7:176–7:177, 7:184, 8:526, 8:528n
  • and removal of U.S. capital from Washington, 8:14–8:15n
  • Report of the Committee Appointed to Inquire Into the Conduct of General Wilkinson, 3:428–3:431
  • Roads and Canals Committee, 9:338, 9:338–9:339n
  • and taxes, 4:529, 4:529n, 4:539, 4:540n, 9:513n
  • TJ’s proposal to limit debate in, 2:153–2:154
  • and trade licenses, 5:637n
  • and Va. land warrants, 4:568–4:569n
  • on War of 1812, 5:282, 5:282n
  • Ways and Means Committee, 2:59n, 4:519, 4:520n, 5:23n, 6:220, 8:16, 8:32, 8:33n, 8:155n, 9:510n

Howard, Mr.

  • and Niagara Campaign, 5:536

Howard, Mr. (of Philadelphia)

  • travels of, 11:305

Howard, Benjamin

  • governor of La. Territory, 4:53, 4:71
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:625
  • U.S. representative from Ky., 1:199, 1:200n, 1:224

Howard, Benjamin (Bedford Co. clerk), 5:32, 5:32–5:33, 5:33n, 5:35, 5:233

Howard, E.

  • letters from, 2:219–2:220
  • seeks loan from TJ, 2:220

Howard, Mrs. E., 2:220

Howard, John Eager

  • medal commemorating Revolutionary War service of, 9:54

Howard, Thomas, 8:592, 8:592

Howard family

  • as aristocrats, 7:67

Howe, Caroline, 3:87–3:88

Howe, Richard, Earl Howe

  • as British admiral, 3:87–3:88, 8:20, 8:20n

Howe, William

  • as British general, 8:20, 8:20n

Howel, Dr.

  • and E. Aram’s murder trial, 7:378

Howell, Mr., 5:121

Howell, Mr. (of Philadelphia)

  • and payment made for TJ, 11:118–11:119

Howell, David

  • identified, 3:232n
  • letters from, 3:229–3:232
  • letters from accounted for, 3:232n
  • letters to, 3:257
  • and R.I. politics, 3:229–3:232, 3:257

Howell, Jeremiah Brown, 3:229–3:230, 3:232n, 8:147

Howell & Jones. See Jones & Howell (Philadelphia firm)

Hoyle, Charles

  • identified, 9:21n
  • Lynchburg innkeeper, 9:20–9:21

Hubbard, Cate (TJ’s slave; b. 1747)

  • family of, 3:412n
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:382, 4:383, 4:383, 4:384, 4:385, 5:460, 5:460, 5:460, 6:309, 6:309, 6:309, 6:310, 6:310, 8:60, 8:60, 8:61, 8:62, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255
  • spinner, 4:380

Hubbard, Jame (TJ’s slave; father of James Hubbard)

  • delivers letter to TJ, 5:306
  • family of, 3:412n
  • hat for, 7:124
  • hog for, 8:72
  • hog keeper, 4:381, 5:489
  • mentioned, 5:34
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:385, 5:460, 6:309, 8:60, 8:255

Hubbard, James (Jame) (TJ’s slave)

  • capture of, 4:620, 5:5, 5:5n, 5:34
  • identified, 3:412–3:413n
  • reward for return of, 3:612–3:613, 3:613n
  • sold by TJ, 3:411–3:412, 3:513, 7:45
  • witness in court, 5:381

Hubbard, Phill (TJ’s slave)

  • delivers message, 4:12
  • dispute of with J. A. Goodman, 8:173–8:174, 8:174, 8:185
  • hat for, 7:124
  • laborer, 4:379, 8:185, 8:185–8:186
  • marriage of, 8:173, 8:173, 8:174, 8:185
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:385, 4:388n, 5:462, 6:308, 8:61
  • TJ on, 8:186
  • works at Poplar Forest, 2:89, 2:149, 2:150, 5:403

Hubbard, Sally (TJ’s slave; b. 1797)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:385, 5:461, 6:308, 8:61, 8:255
  • spinner, 4:380, 5:489, 5:663

Hubbard, Sarah (Sally) (TJ’s slave; b. 1788)

  • family of, 5:463n
  • hempen bed for, 8:71
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:382, 4:384, 4:385, 5:460, 6:309, 6:309, 6:310, 8:61, 8:62, 8:62, 8:62, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255

Hubbard, William H.

  • purchases TJ’s flour, 9:708, 10:37

Hubbs, Charles (of Germantown, Pa.), 10:151–10:152

Hubbs, Mary Clemens (of Germantown, Pa.), 10:151–10:152, 10:152

Hubens, Ignace, 8:559, 8:560

huckaback (fabric), 5:394

Huckstep, Charles

  • as juror, 5:278, 5:279
  • witnesses warrant, 5:280

Huckstep, David

  • witnesses land conveyance, 4:288, 5:280

Hudson, Charles

  • and Limestone Survey lawsuit, 3:432–3:433, 3:433n, 10:302, 10:302n

Hudson, Christopher

  • exchanges tree cuttings with TJ, 9:542
  • identified, 8:653n
  • letters from, 9:542
  • letter to, 8:652–8:653
  • and Limestone survey, 3:433n, 8:392, 8:393n, 8:485
  • and W. McClure’s debts, 5:174–5:175, 5:328–5:329, 5:574, 5:639–5:640
  • mentioned, 5:658–5:659
  • petition to General Assembly, 4:346–4:349
  • TJ lends hedge shears to, 8:652–8:653

Hudson, John

  • and Central College subscription, 11:329
  • and Limestone Survey lawsuit, 3:432–3:433, 3:433n, 10:302, 10:302n

Hudson, John (editor)

  • edits Flavii Iosephi Hebraei Opera Omnia Graece et Latine (Josephus), 10:233

Hudson Bay, 1:448

Hudson River, 3:333, 3:459–3:460, 3:597–3:598, 9:558, 11:219n, 11:259

Hudson strawberry, 2:140, 3:439, 3:545, 4:497, 4:498n, 4:498n, 4:523, 4:561, 5:382, 9:563

Huet, Pierre Daniel

  • The History of the Commerce and Navigation of the Ancients, 10:486

Huger, Daniel Elliott

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

Hughes, Mr.

  • convicted of perjury, 10:498

Hughes, Anne (TJ’s slave; b. 1807)

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

Hughes, Cornelius (TJ’s slave; b. 1811)

  • on Monticello slave lists, 8:62n
  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717

Hughes, Dolly (TJ’s slave; b. 1809)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:388

Hughes, E. P.

  • witnesses land conveyance, 4:318n

Hughes, Jesse

  • and Central College subscription, 11:331

Hughes, Joe (TJ’s slave; b. 1805)

  • medical treatment for, 10:106
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:388
  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717

Hughes, Nimrod

  • prophecies of, 4:483, 4:626, 5:12
  • A Solemn Warning To All Dwellers Upon the Earth, 4:483, 4:484n, 5:12

Hughes, Thomas (TJ’s slave; b. 1813)

  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717

Hughes, Wormley (TJ’s slave; b. 1781)

  • brings A. Marks to Monticello, 4:417n
  • and earthworks at Monticello, 3:244, 7:400, 7:400n
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387
  • sends plants and seeds to TJ, 10:517–10:518, 10:536
  • transports TJ’s horses, 8:390
  • transports wine, 10:300, 10:300n, 10:434–10:435, 10:435

Hughes Crab apple. See Hewes Crab apple

Hulbert, John

  • and proposed national board of agriculture, 11:279n

Hũlings, William E., 1:521, 1:521n

Hull, Isaac

  • American naval commander, 6:645, 6:645n, 7:465

Hull, William

  • American general, 8:215, 8:222, 8:227n, 8:540
  • governor of Mich. Territory, 1:660–1:661, 2:58n, 11:277
  • J. Madison on, 5:319–5:320
  • papers of captured, 5:635–5:636, 5:637n
  • and surrender of Northwest Army, 5:330, 5:331n, 5:336n, 5:336–5:337, 5:345, 5:352–5:353, 5:355, 5:357, 5:366, 5:368, 5:385, 5:437, 5:445, 5:449, 5:493, 5:538, 5:580, 6:112, 6:171, 6:209, 6:276, 6:645, 6:645n, 7:8, 7:9n, 7:10, 7:11, 7:12n, 7:14, 7:87, 7:89n, 7:91, 7:92–7:93n, 7:525, 8:215, 8:219, 8:219, 8:259, 8:263, 8:357
  • TJ compares to B. Arnold, 5:366
  • TJ favors execution of, 6:619

Human Longevity (J. Easton), 10:486

Humbert, Jean Joseph Amable

  • filibustering expedition of, 9:389

Humbert, Jonas

  • identified, 10:334n
  • letter from, 10:332–10:335
  • political views of, 10:332–10:334, 10:335n
  • seeks federal appointment, 10:334, 10:335n

Humboldt, Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Alexander, Baron von

  • B. S. Barton’s acquaintance with, 8:325–8:326
  • De Distributione Geographica Plantarum, 11:395, 11:395n, 11:434
  • engravings of, 2:310, 2:487, 2:512, 3:503–3:504, 3:504n, 3:563
  • Essai politique sur le royaume de la Nouvelle-Espagne, 1:24, 1:25n, 1:264, 1:267n, 1:267n, 3:107, 3:108n, 3:623n, 4:289, 4:352, 4:354n, 6:323, 6:326, 6:329, 7:29, 10:127, 10:128, 10:130, 10:145n
  • Essai sur la géographie des plantes, 1:265, 1:267n
  • family of, 7:541
  • identified, 1:24–1:25n
  • influence of, 9:392
  • introduces J. Corrêa da Serra, 4:353, 4:539n, 4:547
  • and Lafayette, 4:358
  • letters from, 1:264–1:267, 3:107–3:108, 4:352–4:354
  • letters from accounted for, 4:354n
  • letters to, 1:24–1:25, 3:553–3:555, 7:29–7:32, 11:434–11:435
  • likeness of, at Monticello, 1:593
  • and map of Mexico, 4:352–4:353, 4:354n
  • and Mémoires de Frédérique Sophie Wilhelmine de Prusse, Margrave de Bareith, 4:323, 5:189
  • mentioned, 2:287, 11:463, 11:618
  • Nivellement barométrique, 1:452, 1:453n, 1:455, 1:455n, 1:482
  • observations in natural history, 7:210
  • Personal Narrative of Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of the New Continent, during the years 1799–1804. by Alexander de Humboldt, and Aimé Bonpland (trans. H. M. Williams), 10:243, 10:244n
  • proposed letter of introduction to, 8:322n
  • Recueil d’observations astronomiques, 1:24, 1:25n, 1:264, 1:267n, 1:455, 1:455n, 4:352, 4:354n, 7:29
  • rumored trip to Tibet, 4:353
  • sends books to TJ, 4:352–4:353, 4:354n, 4:586
  • sends greetings to TJ, 1:141, 1:629, 3:106, 10:243
  • sent geophysical work, 2:536
  • and South American independence, 9:391, 11:434
  • Tableaux de la Nature, 1:264, 1:267n, 1:482, 1:483n
  • TJ praises scientific writings of, 1:482
  • TJ sends greetings to, 11:417
  • and TJ’s Notes on the State of Virginia, 4:352, 4:354n
  • travels to India, 3:447
  • and University of Berlin, 4:354n
  • visits Germany, 4:325
  • Voyage aux régions équinoxiales du nouveau continent, 1:25n, 1:37, 1:267n, 1:482, 3:447n, 3:554, 3:555n
  • Voyage de Humboldt et Bonpland, 1:24–1:25n, 1:455, 1:455n
  • and D. B. Warden, 3:557–3:558n, 7:506, 7:506n, 10:243
  • on yellow fever, 10:127, 10:128, 10:130, 10:145n

Humboldt, Karl Wilhelm von

  • Prussian ambassador, 4:352, 4:354n, 7:541

Hume, David

  • autobiography of, 10:553, 10:553n
  • cited by TJ, 6:582, 6:593n, 10:163, 10:164n
  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:664
  • criticized, 7:74, 8:328
  • death of, 10:6
  • The History of England, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the Revolution in 1688, 3:5, 3:7n, 3:7n, 3:86, 6:551, 6:552n, 7:249, 7:527–7:528, 7:532n, 8:235, 8:581, 10:164n, 10:552–10:553, 10:553n, 10:588–10:589
  • mentioned, 6:228, 6:238, 6:296, 6:302, 7:480, 7:480, 7:629, 7:715, 10:589
  • political opinions of, 1:254n, 6:296, 8:328, 8:328–8:329n
  • A Treatise of Human Nature, 9:635–9:636, 9:638n, 10:587
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:507
  • works of, 8:49, 8:657, 11:383

humhums (textile), 6:345, 6:349n

Humphrey, Hosea

  • A Dissertation on Fire, 9:307, 9:307, 9:307n, 9:308n, 10:163–10:164
  • identified, 9:308n
  • letter from, 9:307–9:308
  • letter to, 10:163–10:164
  • Long Talk, spoken at Seekhonk, on the Fourth of July, 1812, 9:307, 9:307–9:308n, 10:164
  • sends works to TJ, 9:307–9:308
  • works of, 10:163–10:164

Humphrey, John, Jr., 5:443n

Humphreys, David

  • imported sheep of, 1:16, 1:17, 1:18, 1:19n, 1:666–1:667, 2:431, 2:431, 5:496, 6:504
  • and medals commemorating Revolutionary War, 9:91
  • mentioned, 1:647, 3:241n
  • mission to Algiers of, 10:676–10:677, 11:60
  • secretary of legation in Paris, 2:126
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:507
  • wool factory of, 4:40

Humphreys, Richard

  • captain of Saucy Jack, 10:411, 10:475, 11:131, 11:171

Humphreys, Solomon

  • agent for E. Kimber, 9:589

Humphreys, Thomas

  • on emancipation of slaves, 11:7–11:8, 11:8–11:12, 11:60–11:61
  • identified, 11:8n
  • as justice of the peace, 5:283
  • letters from, 11:7–11:8, 11:497
  • letter to, 11:60–11:61
  • as physician, 11:497
  • Plan for Emancipating and Colonizing American Slaves, 11:8–11:12

Humphries, George

  • recommended for military appointment, 4:529

Hunn, John, 2:454, 2:456n

Hunt, Gilbert John

  • The History of the Late War between the United States and Great Britain, 9:414n, 9:522, 10:457–10:458, 11:493–11:494, 11:495n
  • identified, 9:414n
  • letters from, 9:414, 10:457–10:458
  • letters to, 9:522
  • sends prospectus to TJ, 9:414, 9:522

Hunt, Samuel

  • dispute with G. Granger, 7:206, 7:207n
  • and D. Madison, 7:207n

Hunt, Seth, 3:280

Hunt, T. & R. (London firm). See T. & R. Hunt (London firm)

Hunt, Thomas, 3:426

Hunt, Wilson Price

  • expedition of, 4:550, 4:553, 4:554n

Hunter, Mr.

  • and H. Marks’s estate, 5:73

Hunter, Alexander, 2:82

Hunter, George

  • expedition of, 11:574, 11:574n

Hunter, Joseph

  • identified, 4:397n
  • letters from, 4:527, 6:213–6:214
  • letters to, 4:396–4:397, 6:213
  • and TJ’s clocks, 4:396–4:397, 4:527, 6:213, 6:213, 6:214n

Hunter, Robert

  • Campbell Co. innkeeper, 9:20, 10:491, 10:518
  • identified, 9:20n

Hunter, William, 5:496

Hunter, William (coachmaker)

  • partner of A. Quarrier, 9:531

Hunter’s ordinary (Campbell Co.; proprietor Robert Hunter), 8:79, 8:79n, 10:491, 10:492n, 10:518

Hunter v. Fairfax. See Martin v. Hunter’s Lessee

Huntingdon, Selina Hastings, countess of

  • address of, 1:110, 1:111n

Huntington, N.Y.

  • yellow fever in, 10:137

Huntington, Samuel

  • as district attorney, 1:277, 1:278
  • president of Continental Congress, 4:468n

Hunton, Charles B.

  • identified, 7:709n
  • sheriff, 7:708
  • and TJ’s taxes, 7:708–7:709

Hus (Huss), Jan (John), 8:551

The Husbandry of the Ancients (A. Dickson), 1:581, 2:82, 7:626, 11:164

Huskisson, William

  • The Question concerning the Depreciation of our Currency, 4:271, 4:274n

Hus, Jan, 9:431

Hutcheson, Francis

  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:662
  • A Short Introduction To Moral Philosophy, 7:458, 7:458n, 7:627

Hutchins, Thomas

  • An Historical Narrative and Topographical Description of Louisiana, and West-Florida, 10:626

Hutchinson, Israel P.

  • and consulship at Lisbon, 5:313n

Hutchinson, James, 6:254, 7:217

Hutchinson, Thomas

  • correspondence of published, 6:258, 6:259
  • The History of the Colony of Massachusetts-Bay, 1:581, 5:387, 5:390n, 5:508–5:509
  • mentioned, 6:258

Hutchinson, Travers & Company (Lisbon firm), 8:694

Hutton, Charles

  • A Course of Mathematics, 5:447, 5:448n, 5:455, 5:493, 7:250–7:251, 7:253n, 9:192n
  • A Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary, 7:251, 7:253n
  • Mathematical Tables, 1:576, 4:148, 4:149n, 8:674n, 9:60, 9:131, 9:274
  • and velocity of fired cannonballs, 6:245, 6:249n

hyacinths, 3:545, 3:633, 4:523, 5:358, 5:465, 5:553, 10:517, 10:536–10:537, 10:537

Hyacinthus monstrosus. See feathered hyacinths

Hyde, Edward, 1st Earl of Clarendon. See Clarendon, Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of

Hyde de Neuville, Anne Marguerite Joséphine Henriette Rouillé de Marigny (Jean Guillaume Hyde de Neuville’s wife), 11:166, 11:167n

Hyde de Neuville, Jean Guillaume

  • family of, 11:166, 11:167n
  • as French ambassador to U.S., 9:656–9:657, 10:253–10:254, 10:483, 10:484n, 11:267, 11:267n
  • identified, 4:374–4:375n
  • letters from, 4:434–4:435, 5:405–5:406
  • letters from accounted for, 4:375n
  • letters to, 4:374–4:375, 5:430–5:431
  • and Louis XVIII, 7:404
  • and military appointment for C. Despinville, 4:374, 4:375n, 4:376, 4:434, 5:405, 5:430–5:431, 5:435–5:436
  • proposed visit of to Monticello, 10:253, 10:314

hydraulics

  • and manufacturing, 7:558
  • study of, 7:638, 7:639, 7:663, 7:666, 7:686

hydrochloric acid. See acid, marine (hydrochloric, muriatic)

hydrodynamics

  • study of, 7:638, 7:639

hydrostatic engine, 7:232–7:233, 7:233n, 7:268–7:269

hydrostatics

  • and manufacturing, 7:558
  • study of, 7:638, 7:639, 7:663, 7:666, 7:686

hygrometers

  • TJ purchases, 5:xlviii

Hylton, Daniel L.

  • appointment considered, 1:25
  • death of, 4:35
  • E. Randolph’s trustee, 4:231–4:232n

Hylton, William

  • and lima beans, 9:608–9:609

L’Hymen et La Naissance, ou Poésies en l’honneur de leurs majestés Impériales et Royales, 5:214, 5:215n

Hymn to Zeus (Cleanthes), 6:520–6:521, 6:521–6:522, 6:522n, 6:540–6:541, 6:542–6:543n, 6:550, 6:551

hypochondria, 2:336, 10:529

hysteria, 7:388

[return to top]

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Participate

Login or register to participate in our online community.