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Iardella, Francisco

  • as sculptor, 10:511, 11:xlv–11:xlvi

Iberville, Mr. d’. See Le Moyne, Pierre

icehouses

  • at President’s House, 1:155

Icenhower, Samuel

  • letters from accounted for, 3:655

Ideen über die Politik, den Verkehr und den Handel der vornehmsten Völker der alten Welt (A. H. L. Heeren), 9:698

Idéologues, 3:xlvi

ideology

  • study of, 7:638, 7:640, 7:667, 7:686

The Idler, 7:665

Ἱεροκλέους Φιλοσόφου Ἀστεῖα. Facéties. D’Hiéroclès Le Philosophe (Hierocles; ed. A. Coray), 9:88n

Ignatius of Loyola, Saint, 7:26, 9:175, 9:176n, 11:363

Iliad (Homer)

  • cited, 5:595, 5:596n, 8:298, 8:299n, 10:306
  • C. G. Heyne’s edition of, 9:196, 9:455, 10:212, 10:531, 11:205, 11:296, 11:414, 11:414, 11:414, 11:537
  • 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
  • miniature edition of, 10:260, 10:260n
  • Ὁμήρου Ἰλιὰς καὶ εἰς Αὐτὴν Σχόλια τῶν Παλαιῶν. Homeri Ilias, Et Veterum in Eam Scholia (ed. Didymus Chalcenterus), 9:455

Illinois Territory

  • appointments in, 1:25, 1:25, 1:627
  • immigration to, 7:93, 7:93–7:94, 11:609, 11:609n
  • and War of 1812, 8:329n

Illustrations of Prophecy (J. L. Towers), 4:483, 4:485n, 7:36, 7:38n, 7:98, 7:99n

Illustrations of Sterne (J. Ferriar), 7:665

Imlay, Gilbert

  • A Topographical Description of the Western Territory of North America, 8:200

immigration

  • W. H. Crawford on, 10:254, 10:255n
  • from France, 10:107, 10:276, 10:490–10:491
  • from Italy, 10:414
  • from The Netherlands, 10:305
  • W. Short on, 10:254–10:255
  • TJ on, 10:20, 10:249, 10:254, 10:255n

Imogene (ship), 9:57, 9:269

An Impartial History of the late Revolution in France, 8:388, 8:672, 8:673n

impatiens, 5:358

Importance, et Avantages d’une Morale Publique et Privée (Gazzera), 1:522, 1:523n

impressment

  • of American seamen, 1:85–1:86, 5:7n, 5:259n, 5:453, 5:453n, 5:637n, 5:662n, 5:678, 6:14–6:15, 6:131n, 6:205, 6:205, 6:358n, 6:376n, 6:491, 7:464–7:466, 7:542–7:543, 8:112, 8:113n, 8:218, 8:220–8:221, 8:293, 8:380–8:381, 9:88, 9:411
  • of boats, 7:123, 7:135, 7:156
  • laws regarding, 7:374n
  • and Monroe-Pinkney Treaty, 1:170n
  • and Napoleonic Wars, 9:16
  • and Northern Europe, 7:350
  • TJ on, 5:304, 5:304n, 6:141–6:144, 6:205, 6:205, 6:538–6:539, 7:51–7:52, 7:87, 7:96, 7:167, 8:26, 8:107, 8:107, 8:108, 8:259, 8:260, 8:261, 8:267, 8:300, 8:320, 8:351, 8:357, 8:372, 8:540, 8:569, 8:598–8:599, 8:654, 9:335, 9:411

Improvements in Education (J. Lancaster), 1:662, 1:662n, 9:530n

Inaugural Address, delivered in the Chapel of the University at Cambridge, December 11, 1816 (J. Gorham), 11:386, 11:386n

An Inaugural Dissertation on the Malignant Fever, which prevailed in the city of New-York … in the year 1791 (J. S. Addoms), 10:133–10:134, 10:147n

An Inaugural Oration delivered at Burlington, August 1, 1811 (J. Chamberlain), 7:357, 7:357n, 7:447, 8:111

inaugurations

  • J. Madison’s presidential, 1:8–1:10
  • J. Monroe’s presidential, 11:14–11:15, 11:15n, 11:122

Inchbald, Elizabeth

  • The British Theatre, 7:665
  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:665

indentures, 1:156, 2:237–2:238, 2:238–2:239n, 3:186–3:188, 3:192–3:194, 3:368–3:369, 3:411–3:413, 4:287–4:288, 4:316–4:319, 5:61–5:62, 5:62n, 11:99–11:101, 11:101n

Independence (brig), 9:460n

Independence Day. See Fourth of July

Independent Chronicle (Boston newspaper), 1:50n, 1:671, 1:673n, 9:403

The Independent Whig: or, a Defence of Primitive Christianity, and of our Ecclesiastical Establishment, against the exorbitant claims and encroachments of fanatical and disaffected clergymen, 11:269–11:270, 11:270n

India (Hindustan; Indostan)

  • ancient philosophers of, 10:504, 11:383
  • and British military, 7:68n, 7:533–7:534
  • and N. G. M. Senter’s travel writings, 5:64–5:65, 5:66, 5:218, 5:407–5:408n
  • and sepoy system, 7:534
  • trade to, 1:449
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:506

Indiam Occidentalem (Bry), 5:123–5:124, 5:125n, 5:182

Indiana

  • senator from, 11:6

Indiana Territory. See also Harrison, William Henry

  • appointments in, 5:445, 5:445–5:446n
  • chancery court in, 2:522
  • governor of, 1:405, 1:406n, 2:73
  • immigration to, 7:93
  • Indian agent for, 1:574–1:575
  • Legislative Council, 1:96
  • and War of 1812, 8:329n

Indian Camp (W. Short’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, 7:197–7:198, 7:271, 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, 9:693
  • sale of to D. Higginbotham, 6:86, 6:87–6:88n, 6:204, 6:274, 6:522, 6:523n, 7:212–7:213, 8:568, 8:568n, 8:688, 9:488, 10:9, 10:11n, 10:21, 10:253, 10:315, 10:465n, 11:245, 11:457, 11:500–11:501
  • W. Short on management of, 3:198, 3:272–3:273, 3:275, 4:268, 4:273–4:274
  • survey of, 5:399–5:402, 5:407n, 7:487, 7:510, 7:511n, 8:568n, 9:488, 9:661, 9:662
  • taxes on, 10:464, 10:529
  • TJ superintends for W. Short, 1:234, 1:235n, 4:59–4:60, 4:197–4:198
  • TJ tries to sell for W. Short, 3:621–3:622, 3:644, 4:5–4:6, 4:59–4:60, 4:268, 4:675, 5:239–5:240, 5:264–5:265, 5:362–5:364, 5:399–5:402, 5:443–5:444, 5:506, 5:567, 5:568–5:570, 5:571–5:572, 5:573, 5:596, 5:622–5:623, 5:623–5:624n, 5:624–5:625, 7:157–7:158n

Indian hemp, 4:667–4:668, 5:22

Indians, American

  • J. Adams on, 4:475–4:476, 5:70, 5:182–5:185, 5:389–5:390, 5:584–5:585, 5:595, 6:183
  • agents for, 8:537
  • ancestry of, 11:49n
  • Arikara, 6:323
  • artifacts of, at Monticello, 1:397n, 10:397, 10:398–10:399, 10:609, 10:644
  • artifacts of, in museums, 9:264
  • battle depicted by, 8:238
  • and Bible Societies, 7:586
  • blankets, 1:510
  • as British allies, 5:320–5:321, 5:336, 7:7–7:8, 7:11, 7:14, 7:15–7:16n, 7:20, 7:30–7:31, 7:51–7:52, 7:87–7:88, 7:91, 8:17, 8:385n
  • burial mounds and fortifications of, 6:322–6:329, 6:516, 6:518
  • cattle raised by, 1:110
  • Cherokee, 1:6–1:7, 1:7–1:8n, 1:110, 1:653, 5:124, 5:125n, 6:419, 7:161, 7:162, 7:162–7:163n, 7:163–7:164, 7:199–7:200, 7:200n
  • Chickasaw, 1:6–1:7, 1:26, 6:423, 6:423, 7:200n
  • Chippewa, 2:57, 2:58n
  • citizenship for, 10:328–10:329
  • Creek, 1:110, 6:389, 7:91, 7:93n, 7:160–7:161, 7:162n, 7:347, 8:222–8:223, 8:329n, 9:67n, 9:383–9:384, 9:384n, 9:453, 9:548–9:549, 9:550–9:551n, 9:551n
  • currency of, 1:334, 1:334n, 1:369
  • Delaware, 11:126
  • dialects of, 1:205, 1:520–1:521, 1:555–1:556, 1:651–1:652
  • education of children, 1:7, 1:660–1:662, 3:369–3:370, 3:543, 3:543n
  • Fox, 2:57
  • hair of, described, 1:478
  • and B. Hawkins, 10:214
  • historical manuscript concerning, 7:520, 7:520–7:521n, 7:595–7:596, 9:65, 9:67n
  • history of, 8:175
  • Houmas, 1:509
  • hunt in circles, 6:138
  • Indiana Territory agent for, 1:574–1:575
  • intoxication among, 6:188
  • Iroquois, 6:324, 7:181, 7:281, 7:521n, 8:630
  • Kaskaskia, 6:324
  • Kickapoo, 6:323–6:324, 8:222
  • kill surveyor, 2:87
  • land claims in Orleans Territory, 1:637
  • languages, 1:205, 1:269, 1:520–1:521, 1:555–1:557, 1:599n, 1:651–1:652, 3:596, 3:596, 3:596–3:597, 3:616, 7:181, 7:182n, 7:243, 7:281, 9:65, 9:65–9:66, 9:372–9:373, 9:373n, 10:377, 10:377, 10:444, 10:445, 11:126–11:127, 11:454
  • Lenni Lenape, 9:65
  • M. Lewis’s vocabularies of, 9:705, 10:377, 10:377, 10:444, 10:445
  • literacy of, 7:281
  • Mandan, 1:520–1:521, 4:8, 4:536, 4:550–4:551, 6:323
  • maps by, 8:238, 10:397
  • Mascouten, 6:323–6:324
  • Mohican, 7:289, 7:521n
  • Miami, 1:652, 1:652n
  • Mingo, 2:204–2:205n, 2:340
  • missionaries to, 10:158–10:159
  • and Missouri Territory, 10:446, 10:446
  • modesty of, 4:181
  • Neponset, 5:184–5:185, 5:186n
  • of Northwest Coast described, 1:446
  • Olmec, 6:328
  • origin of, 6:137–6:138, 6:323
  • orthography of tribal names, 8:151–8:152, 8:179
  • Osage, 1:520, 3:501
  • Ottawa, 4:181, 4:182n, 4:537, 4:538n
  • Pawnee, 1:521, 1:556
  • Potawatomi, 8:151
  • Punkapog, 5:184–5:185, 5:186n
  • plans for civilizing, 1:110–1:111, 7:281, 11:393, 11:394n
  • and post road, 1:351
  • preservation of artifacts of, 6:251
  • recommended readings for, 1:110
  • Sac, 2:57
  • sculpture of, for TJ, 1:473–1:474, 1:475n
  • Seminole, 5:651–5:652, 6:67–6:68, 6:112, 6:113n
  • Seneca, 2:59, 2:175
  • Shawnee, 4:485n, 8:151, 8:552
  • South American, 9:57, 9:272
  • speeches by, 2:59, 2:175, 2:340, 7:373–7:374, 7:374n
  • in Tenn., 1:653
  • threat posed by, on frontier, 2:359, 2:360, 2:360
  • TJ on, 2:59, 2:60n, 2:301, 4:429, 5:122–5:124, 5:367, 7:7–7:8, 7:30–7:31, 7:51, 7:87–7:88, 7:91, 7:281, 9:121, 9:358, 10:155
  • TJ’s policies concerning, 2:158, 6:512, 9:66
  • TJ’s vocabularies of, 1:269, 1:555–1:556, 7:243, 7:244n, 9:372–9:373, 9:373n, 9:705
  • Toltec, 6:328
  • trade with, 9:356, 11:125
  • and trade with Canada, 4:552–4:553, 5:74–5:75
  • training school for, 1:7, 1:660–1:662, 1:662n, 2:55–2:57, 2:58n
  • treaties with, 1:6–1:7, 1:7–1:8n, 8:17, 10:446, 10:446n
  • and War of 1812, 5:637n, 6:358n, 6:389, 6:577, 6:577n, 7:7–7:8, 7:14, 7:15–7:16n, 7:20, 7:30–7:31, 7:51–7:52, 7:160–7:161, 7:162n, 7:531, 8:17, 8:112, 8:217, 8:218, 8:219, 8:221–8:224, 8:227n, 8:228n, 8:329n, 9:66

Indian Speeches Delivered by Farmer’s Brother and Red Jacket, Two Seneca Chiefs, 2:59, 2:175

indigo

  • export tax on, 8:608
  • grown in Europe, 4:85
  • wild, 3:461–3:462

Indigofera tinctoria. See indigo: wild

Indostan. See India (Hindustan; Indostan)

Indridge (TJ’s slave; b. 1797). See Hern, Indridge (TJ’s slave; b. 1797)

Ine (Ina, Ini), king of the West Saxons, 7:125, 7:147

Infantado, Duke of. See Pedro Alcántara de Toledo y Salm-Salm (Duke of Infantado)

Inferno (Dante), 9:467, 9:468n

Ingalls, William

  • on Republican committee, 11:569–11:570n

Ingersoll, Charles Jared

  • address to constituents of, 6:375, 6:375–6:376n
  • education of, 10:443n
  • family of, 10:443
  • identified, 5:106n
  • letters from, 5:225–5:226
  • letters from accounted for, 7:248n
  • letters to, 5:106, 7:247–7:248
  • Mr. Ingersoll’s Speech on the Loan Bill, Tuesday, 15 February, 1814, 7:247–7:248, 7:248n
  • An Oration delivered at Mr. Harvey’s, Spring Garden, before a Very Numerous Meeting of Democratic Citizens, July 4, 1812, 5:225–5:226
  • sends works to TJ, 5:225
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:625, 5:106
  • as U.S. representative from Pa., 7:113n, 7:247–7:248, 7:248n, 7:468, 7:468–7:469n
  • A View of the Rights and Wrongs, Power and Policy, of the United States of America, 5:106

Ingersoll, Jared

  • on batture controversy, 2:455, 2:456n, 2:658, 3:235, 3:271, 3:483, 5:3, 5:4n
  • family of, 5:106n
  • Philadelphia lawyer, 2:320

Ingham, Samuel D., 5:559n

Ingle, Henry, 1:41, 1:42

Ingles, Joseph L., 5:623n

Ingraham, Nathaniel G.

  • identified, 4:491n
  • letters from, 4:489–4:492
  • seeks TJ’s aid, 4:489–4:492

Ingraham, Phoenix & Nexsen (New York firm)

  • bankruptcy, 4:489–4:492, 5:41–5:42, 5:42n
  • identified, 4:492n

Ingraham’s tract (TJ’s estate), 4:386

Ingram, Ira

  • letter from, 10:192–10:193
  • solicits book subscriptions, 10:192–10:193

inkstands

  • stone, 5:38, 5:39n, 5:109–5:110, 5:111

Innes, Harry

  • conveys wartime intelligence to TJ, 6:370
  • as federal judge, 5:644
  • identified, 6:370–6:371n
  • letters from, 6:369–6:371
  • letters to, 6:511–6:512
  • and shepherd dogs, 6:369–6:370, 6:511–6:512

Innocent III, pope, 7:66

Innocent XII, pope

  • and Spanish Inquisition, 7:220

An Inquiry into the Causes and Consequences of the Orders in Council (Baring), 1:35

An Inquiry into the Principles and Policy of the Government of the United States (J. Taylor), 6:504, 6:505n, 6:567, 6:613, 6:613, 6:622, 7:146, 7:217, 7:221n, 10:86–10:89, 10:210, 10:211–10:212, 10:212n

An Inquiry into the Rights of the British Colonies (R. Bland), 8:643, 8:645n

An Inquiry into the Use of the Omentum (Rush), 1:185, 1:558–1:559

An Inquiry into the Various Systems of Political Economy (Ganilh), 6:53, 6:54n

insanity. See health: mental illness

insects. See also beekeeping; Hessian fly

  • effect of on agriculture, 10:526
  • entomology, 11:190–11:191
  • fireflies, 11:39
  • houseflies, 11:39
  • grasshoppers, 8:6
  • sawyers (beetles), 11:39
  • weevils, 8:643, 8:645n
  • works on, 8:6, 8:423n, 8:645n

Inskeep, Abraham H., 6:417, 6:427n

Inskeep, John

  • and Bradford & Inskeep, 6:427n, 7:289–7:290n
  • identified, 7:289–7:290n

Institut de France

  • academies of, 11:633, 11:634n
  • and Acta Sanctorum (J. de Bolland and others), 8:558, 8:682
  • and J. Corrêa da Serra, 4:319–4:320, 4:350, 4:353, 6:252
  • and P. S. Du Pont de Nemours, 3:516, 3:517n, 3:517n
  • fossils analyzed by, 1:100–1:101, 1:103–1:104, 1:187, 1:248–1:249, 1:250n
  • members of, 1:201n, 1:250n, 1:259n, 1:262n, 3:472n, 3:517n, 4:319–4:320, 5:101n, 5:301, 5:433, 9:267, 9:268n, 9:300, 9:630
  • Notice des travaux de la Classe des Beaux-Arts de l’Institut Royal de France, 7:350, 7:350n
  • and R. M. Patterson, 2:162
  • TJ and C. Wistar give fossil bones to, 1:100–1:101, 1:248, 1:510–1:511
  • TJ on, 7:608
  • and weights, measures, and coinage, 4:227
  • and work on ancient vases, 1:452, 1:453n, 1:482

An Institute of The Laws of England (T. Wood), 7:148, 7:148

The Institutes of Justinian. With Notes (T. Cooper), 5:275–5:276, 5:277n, 5:588, 6:598, 7:125, 8:472, 8:672, 11:369, 11:369, 11:370n, 11:433–11:434

Institutes of Natural Philosophy, Theoretical and Practical (W. Enfield), 11:30, 11:30n

Institutes of the Laws of England (E. Coke), 1:382, 7:125, 7:126, 7:126, 7:127, 7:127, 7:127, 7:129, 7:130, 10:417

Institution au droit maritime (Boucher), 3:72, 3:73n, 3:546

Institutiones Grammaticæ Anglo-Saxonicæ (G. Hickes), 10:358

Institutiones Historiae Philosophicae (J. J. Brucker), 10:357

Institution Nationale des Sourdes-Muettes, 10:39, 10:40n

Institutions Astronomiques (trans. P. C. Le Monnier), 7:626

Institutions Commerciales (Boucher), 3:629–3:630, 3:638

Institutions du Droit de la Nature et des Gens (J. M. Gérard de Rayneval), 7:627, 8:285, 8:328

Instruction sur l’art de faire le vin (Cadet-de-Vaux), 2:82, 2:83n

Instruction sur les bêtes à laine et particulièrement sur la race des mérinos (A. H. Tessier), 3:321, 3:322n, 7:52–7:53

Istruzioni elementari di agricoltura (A. Fabbroni), 11:164

insurance. See also Mutual Assurance Society

  • companies, 8:109

The Intellectual Flambeau (“Discipulus Libertatis atque Humanitatis” [J. Torrey]), 9:641, 9:642n

Intercepted Letters; or, the Twopenny Post Bag (T. Moore), 6:644, 6:645n, 7:34, 7:60, 7:62n

interest

  • rate limits in Va., 9:696n, 10:11n, 10:666, 10:666n, 11:378, 11:379n, 11:385
  • TJ’s calculations of, 5:490, 11:378–11:379

An Interesting Companion for a Leisure Hour (D. Fraser), 7:656, 7:657n, 10:185, 10:187n

An Introduction to Algebra (J. Bonnycastle), 10:357, 10:386

An Introduction to Latin Syntax (J. Mair), 8:482, 8:482n

An Introduction to Natural Philosophy (Nicholson), 1:581

An Introductory Discourse, delivered before the Literary and Philosophical Society of New-York (D. Clinton), 8:347, 8:348n

The Introductory lecture of Thomas Cooper, Esq., professor of chemistry at Carlisle College, Pennsylvania, 5:223, 6:598, 7:124–7:125, 7:130n

inventions. See also machines; patents

  • bell ringer, 10:344–10:345, 10:345 (illus.), 10:345, 10:345, 10:352
  • clarification of liquids, 10:606, 10:606n, 11:5
  • cotton gin, 8:408
  • distilling, 2:458n, 7:509
  • diving apparatus, 10:15–10:16, 10:16, 10:16 (illus.), 10:16–10:17, 10:68–10:69
  • duck-foot paddle, 11:497–11:499
  • O. Evans on patent protection for, 7:110–7:113
  • fireproof ceiling, 5:286, 5:291
  • fireproofing, 5:307–5:308
  • fruit picker, 8:548–8:549
  • gaslights, 10:177–10:179, 10:180 (illus.), 10:181 (illus.), 10:310, 10:310 (illus.), 10:310–10:311
  • impenetrable stucco, 1:195–1:196
  • invisible ink, 1:111n
  • manufacturing alkali, 2:283
  • matches, 1:376–1:377, 1:377n
  • mechanical, 10:184, 10:279
  • metallic pen, 1:106
  • movable type, 10:364n
  • odometer, 11:504, 11:506n
  • perpetual-motion machine, 5:xlix–5:l, 5:108n, 5:358 (illus.), 5:474, 5:506–5:507
  • for platting roads, 11:504–11:506, 11:581
  • refrigerator, 1:173n
  • of H. G. Spafford, 7:274–7:275, 7:275, 7:313–7:314, 7:322, 8:209, 8:209n, 8:211, 8:271, 8:271n, 8:273, 8:274n, 8:280–8:281, 8:281 (illus.), 8:350, 8:367, 8:369n, 8:414–8:416, 8:463, 8:470, 8:471n, 8:488, 11:6, 11:496
  • textile machinery, 8:554–8:555, 8:605–8:606, 8:634–8:635
  • of W. Thornton, 8:253, 8:402–8:403, 8:404–8:405
  • TJ on American, 10:72, 10:645
  • water filtration system, 5:286, 5:291, 8:253, 8:402–8:403, 8:404 (illus.)
  • windmill pump, 8:80–8:81

Investigator (Charleston, S.C., newspaper)

  • prospectus of, 5:329, 5:330n

Involuntary, Unmerited, Perpetual, Absolute, Hereditary Slavery, Examined (D. Barrow), 8:365n

Ireland

  • agitation in, 4:587, 8:551, 8:551n
  • Belfast Literary Society, 4:159, 4:175
  • and British military, 7:31, 7:533
  • British policy toward, 7:39
  • fiorin grass from, 4:192–4:193
  • George III’s death rumored in, 4:172, 4:173n
  • and introduction of potato to U.S., 1:197
  • Orange Society of, 5:641, 5:642n
  • plants in, 3:280n, 3:294–3:295, 3:339–3:340, 5:657

Ireland, John

  • on education, 7:658

irises, 3:633, 5:358

iron. See also naileries: nailrod and iron stock

  • for axles, 2:453, 8:350
  • bar (Swedish), 5:133, 6:343, 6:344, 6:344, 6:344, 6:344, 6:345, 6:346, 6:346, 6:347, 6:347, 8:313, 8:380, 11:11
  • and construction of TJ’s canal, 11:73
  • hoop, 8:313, 8:380
  • manufacture of, 2:376, 7:162, 7:162–7:163n, 7:163–7:164, 7:199–7:200, 7:200n, 9:339–9:340, 11:11
  • mentioned, 6:344, 6:346, 8:109, 9:555
  • in N.Y., 8:209n
  • purchased by TJ, 7:180, 7:180, 8:313, 8:380, 8:519
  • for sawmill, 7:181n
  • sheet, 8:81
  • specimens sent to TJ, 2:299
  • and surface resistance, 10:562
  • tin-iron, 6:347, 6:348
  • in Va., 11:65
  • wire, 5:439

Iroquois Indians, 6:324, 7:181, 7:281, 7:521n, 8:630

Iroquois League

  • formation of, 9:65, 9:67n

Irujo, Carlos Fernando Martínez de. See Yrujo (Irujo), Carlos Fernando Martínez de

Irvin, Mr. See Erving, George William

Irvine, Capt., 11:280

Irvine, Alexander

  • as boundary commissioner, 11:22, 11:22, 11:23n, 11:23n

Irvine, Callender

  • identified, 10:410n
  • letter from, 10:409–10:410
  • and package for TJ, 10:408, 10:409
  • recommends A. Macaulay, 2:304
  • as superintendent of military stores, 5:81n

Irvine, William, 5:339

Irving, Anne Reed (Joseph Miller’s half-sister)

  • and T. Reed estate, 9:258, 9:261n

Irving, David

  • The Elements of English Composition, 7:662

Irving, Washington

  • A History of New York, 3:625, 5:397, 5:397n

Irving, William

  • U.S. representative from N.Y., 7:276

Irwin, James, 1:290, 1:335

Isaac (Old Testament figure), 8:405–8:406

Isaac (TJ’s slave; b. 1768)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:386
  • and TJ’s flour, 10:474

Isaac (TJ’s slave; b. 1809)

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

Isaac (slave)

  • with T. M. Randolph at Varina, 11:172

Isaacs, David

  • and Central College subscription, 11:322, 11:329
  • identified, 7:321–7:322n
  • letters from, 7:321–7:322, 7:332–7:333, 7:441–7:442, 10:366–10:367
  • merchant, 7:435, 7:441–7:442, 11:545n
  • sells TJ fish, 7:321, 7:332, 7:333n
  • sends work to TJ, 10:366
  • thanks TJ, 10:366
  • TJ’s account with, 7:442n

Isabel (H. Marks’s slave)

  • death of, 7:518

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

Isabel (TJ’s slave; b. 1800)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387

Isabella I, queen of Aragon and Castile

  • and C. Columbus, 7:612, 7:612, 7:614, 7:616
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:501

Isaiah (Hebrew prophet), 6:542

Isaiah (TJ’s slave; b. 1800)

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

Isatis tinctoria. See woad, blue

Iselin, Isaak

  • Über die Geschichte der Menschheit, 11:422, 11:423–11:425

Islam, 10:611

Isocrates (Athenian orator)

  • J. Adams reads, 6:277
  • A. Auger’s translation of, 7:259, 9:456
  • works of bound for TJ, 8:630

Israel

  • financial system in ancient, 2:583–2:585

Israel (TJ’s slave; b. 1800). See Jefferson, Israel Gillette (TJ’s slave; b. 1800)

Istoria delle guerre civili di Francia (E. C. Davila), 8:235, 8:237n

Ἱστοριῶν … Historiarum (Polybius; trans. I. Casaubon; ed. J. Gronovius), 8:581, 9:109

L’Italia avanti il dominio dei Romani (G. Micali), 10:234, 10:237n, 11:313

Italian language

  • dictionaries of, 9:394, 10:619, 10:642, 11:13, 11:31, 11:547, 11:592
  • documents in, by
    • G. B. Fancelli, 9:292–9:297
    • P. Mazzei, 3:382–3:383, 9:673–9:679
  • letters in, from
    • C. G. G. Botta, 9:343
    • G. Carmignani, 9:644–9:645, 11:249–11:250
    • P. Mazzei, 3:375–3:382, 7:693–7:697, 9:112–9:120
    • E. G. Valli, 9:707, 10:127–10:150
  • study of, 7:480, 7:661
  • TJ on study of, 4:163, 11:252
  • writings in, 8:6

Italy

  • agriculture in, 11:171–11:172
  • American property seized in, 2:342
  • T. Appleton on, 10:92, 10:414
  • climate of, 11:34
  • commerce in, 10:414, 10:415n
  • conditions in southern, 9:671–9:672
  • earthquake in, 4:189, 4:190n
  • emigration from, 10:414
  • M. A. Jullien’s mission to, 2:503, 2:504n
  • literacy in, 9:669–9:670
  • macaroni from, 2:154, 9:470
  • marble from, 8:161, 9:127, 9:384–9:385, 9:670, 9:671, 10:413–10:414
  • sale of foreign goods in, 10:91–10:92
  • stonecutters from, 11:570, 11:579, 11:602
  • strawberries from, 2:481
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502, 4:503, 4:507
  • F. A. Van der Kemp studies history of, 11:231, 11:308
  • weakness of, 9:347
  • wheat crop in, 9:470
  • wine from, 1:387, 9:359, 10:58, 10:58n, 10:91, 10:92n, 10:157, 10:249, 10:274–10:275, 10:299, 10:407, 10:407n, 10:411, 10:416, 10:475, 10:476
  • yellow fever in, 10:131, 10:136

Ivernois, François d’. See D’Ivernois, Sir Francis

Ivy Creek (Campbell Co.)

  • S. Scott claims TJ’s land on, 2:96–2:97, 2:148–2:149, 2:232, 2:233n, 2:303, 2:303, 2:322–2:323, 2:324n, 2:325–2:326, 2:327, 2:327–2:328, 4:308–4:310, 4:549, 4:583–4:585, 4:647, 4:677–4:678, 4:679, 4:680–4:684, 5:39–5:40, 5:40–5:41
  • TJ sells lands on, 1:670–1:671, 2:5–2:6, 2:6, 2:50–2:51, 2:78–2:79, 2:148, 2:149n, 2:232, 2:323, 2:328, 2:330, 3:368–3:369, 3:374–3:375, 3:457, 3:461, 4:583, 4:584–4:585n, 4:677, 5:xlvii–5:xlviii, 5:31, 5:342–5:343, 6:332, 6:332n, 8:285

Izard, Elizabeth Farley Shippen (George Izard’s wife)

  • family of, 9:319

Izard, George

  • as major general, 7:531, 8:44, 8:45n

Izard, Ralph

  • relationship with B. Franklin, 8:23

Iznardi, Josef. See Yznardy, Josef

Izquierdo de Ribera y Lauzan, Eugenio, 3:96

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