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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 to, 7:394
  • makes purchases for TJ, 4:219, 4:233, 4:234n
  • M. J. Randolph’s correspondence with, 7:328

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

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
  • 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

Hales, Stephen

  • Statical Essays: containing Vegetable Staticks, 2:82

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., 3:247n

  • and batture controversy, 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
  • identified, 10:647–10:648n
  • introduced to TJ, 10:594, 10:643
  • visits Monticello, 10:594, 10:643–10:647
  • visits Natural Bridge, 10:648n

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, 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 (1762–1816)

  • 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
  • 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
  • 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

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

Hampden, John

  • British patriot, 4:470

Hampden-Sydney College

  • Presbyterian seminary at, 9:379n

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

  • 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

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

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

Hardie, James

  • The American Remembrancer, 9:60

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., 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, Robert Goodloe, 1:516

  • on Russia, 7:323, 7:323n

Harpers Ferry, Va., 1:197, 1:198–1:199n

  • armory at, 10:3
  • picture of, 10:453

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

  • 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, 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, 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
  • 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
  • consul at Saint Petersburg, 1:652, 7:433–7:434
  • 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
  • letters to, 1:379–1:380
  • and J. Potocki, 3:43, 3:44n, 3:434
  • sends book to TJ, 4:99
  • TJ introduces J. S. Smith to, 1:379

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 (1787–1842)

  • and W. Byrd manuscripts, 10:470

Harrison, Carter H.

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

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

Harrison, Micajah

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

Harrison, Randolph

  • identified, 9:49n
  • letters to, 9:49
  • 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
  • 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
  • and lost trunk, 1:311, 1:346–1:348
  • and payments for TJ, 6:48
  • recommends H. L. Duffel, 5:359
  • 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, 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

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
  • 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
  • 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

  • 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

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), 9:513n

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

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

Haverkamp, Siwart

  • edits Flavii Iosephi Hebraei Opera Omnia Graece et Latine (F. 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
  • 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

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

hay (rye), 3:65

Hay, Mr., 2:116

Hay, Charles, 5:16, 5:287

Hay, Eliza Monroe (George Hay’s wife), 1:93n, 2:416n, 5:310n, 5:310n

  • illness of, 8:442, 8:537

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 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
  • blisters, 3:569, 6:570
  • calculus, 5:58
  • cancer, 6:293, 6:516–6:517
  • cataracts, 10:323–10:324
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • of TJ’s family, 1:387, 1:391, 1:392, 1:395, 1:410, 1:519, 1:536, 7:178, 8:85, 8:163
  • 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
  • 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

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

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

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
  • 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
  • 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
  • legatees of, 4:115n, 7:676, 10:103, 10:104–10:105, 10:117
  • mill of, 6:473–6:474, 9:53, 9:443–9:444

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

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), 1:415n, 1:439–1:440, 1:454, 1:459, 1:461, 5:192–5:194, 5:280, 5:422, 5:422, 5:426, 6:75, 6:78, 6:78, 6:107, 6:196, 6:197, 6:198, 6:198, 6:198, 6:198, 6:199, 6:200, 6:200, 6:201n, 6:201n, 6:201n, 6:315, 6:315, 6:316, 6:367, 6:367n, 6:472, 6:480, 6:609–6:610, 6:611n

  • 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, 7:117, 7:118–7:119, 7:119n, 7:597n, 7:597, 7:676–7:678
  • poverty of, 10:622
  • and rights to millrace, 7:117–7:118, 7:676–7:678
  • and sale of Henderson lands, 7:118n, 7:118–7:119, 7:351–7:352, 7:673, 10:499
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 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
  • 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, 9:53, 9:63, 9:443

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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Deposition by James Lewis, with Queries Posed by Thomas Jefferson and David Michie, 5:192–5:197, 6:153
  • described, 1:415–1:416n
  • 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, 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, 8:398–8:400, 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, 8:398–8:400, 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, 8:398–8:400, 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

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

  • 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

  • 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
  • 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, 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

Heracleitus (ancient Greek philosopher), 10:398

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
  • sent to TJ, 9:470, 9:569, 10:68, 10:109
  • tariff on, 9:513
  • TJ orders, 8:570–8:571, 8:571, 8:572, 9:323, 9:421, 9:421

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)

  • 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)

  • 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

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
  • Littlebury translation, 1:580
  • mentioned, 6:403
  • Oxford edition of, 9:195, 9:455, 10:213
  • TJ quotes, 4:604, 4:605n

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
  • 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

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

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
  • edits Virgil, 9:196, 9:455, 10:212, 10:212, 10:531

Hibbert, Thomas, 2:477, 3:29

Hichborn (Hitchbourne), Benjamin, 6:283

Hickes, George

  • Institutiones Grammaticæ Anglo-Saxonicæ, 10:358

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
  • 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

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
  • 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 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • and payments made for TJ, 8:48
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254
  • 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
  • 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

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
  • 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), 8:669

Hirzel, Hans Kaspar

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

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 (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 (J. C. L. S. de Sismondi), 10:234

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

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 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

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

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

Historiarum Libri Qui Extant (Livius), 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
  • TJ asked to write, 6:375
  • 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 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 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

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

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 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 [1674–1744]), 10:470n

  • manuscript of, 9:178, 9:179n, 9:384, 9:453

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

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

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
  • sources for, 7:547, 7:550n, 9:108, 9:109n
  • 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

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

hoes, 2:546, 2:548

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

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 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

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

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

home manufacturing. See manufacturing, household

Homer

  • authenticity of works of, 9:86–9:87
  • A. Coray edition of, 9:195, 9:455
  • C. G. Heyne edition of The Iliad, 9:196, 9:455, 10:212, 10:531
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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

Homes, Governor. See Holmes, David

Homes, Judge. See Holmes, Hugh

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, 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, 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, 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

  • allusions to, 7:405, 7:405n, 9:695, 9:696n, 10:7, 10:8n
  • 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
  • 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
  • TJ reads, 3:227, 3:257, 4:472
  • translators of, 6:551, 6:552n, 6:616

horehound

  • as snakebite remedy, 1:57

horizon. See artificial horizon

Horne, John. See Tooke, John Horne

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

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

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
  • cost to hire, 8:268n
  • death of, 10:611
  • disabled, 2:368, 8:390, 9:269
  • 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
  • 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
  • and threshing machines, 5:444, 7:83
  • 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, 2:90, 2:91n

  • botanical studies of, 10:287
  • and Elgin Botanic Garden, 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
  • letter to, from R. C. Moore, 10:150–10:151
  • Observations on the Laws Governing the Communication of Contagious Diseases, 8:467, 8:468n, 10:133–10:134, 10:147n
  • 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
  • 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

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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • linseed oil, 1:55n, 1:77, 1:97, 5:33, 5:379
  • locks, 6:346
  • 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, 8:186
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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, 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, 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 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 (F. Josephus), 10:233

Hudson Bay, 1:448

Hudson River, 3:333, 3:459–3:460, 3:597–3:598, 9:558

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, 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

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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Tableaux de la Nature, 1:264, 1:267n, 1:482, 1:483n
  • TJ praises scientific writings of, 1:482
  • 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

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
  • 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

Humphreys, Solomon

  • agent for E. Kimber, 9:589

Humphreys, Thomas, 5:283

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
  • 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, 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

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, Jean Guillaume

  • as French ambassador to U.S., 9:656–9:657, 10:253–10:254, 10:483, 10:484n
  • 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

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