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Mabillon, Jean

  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:506

Mably, Gabriel Bonnot de

  • mentioned, 10:671
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:503

McAllister, James

  • mentioned, 4:113
  • newspaper prospectus of, 4:276–4:277

McAllister, John (1753–1830)

  • and eyeglasses, 8:74, 8:159, 8:279, 8:279n
  • identified, 8:159n
  • letter to, 8:159

McAllister, John (1786–1877)

  • identified, 8:159n

McAllister, John, & Son (Philadelphia firm). See John McAllister & Son (Philadelphia firm)

McAllister, John, Jr. (of Lynchburg)

  • identified, 8:119n
  • as proxy, 8:118–8:119

macaroni

  • duty on, 9:470
  • price of, 2:109, 2:154, 8:572
  • sent to TJ, 9:470, 9:569, 10:57, 10:68, 10:109n, 10:170, 10:170, 10:171, 10:171, 10:172n, 10:307, 10:342, 10:411, 10:435
  • TJ orders, 2:109, 2:109, 8:571, 8:571, 9:323, 9:323, 9:421, 9:470

McArthur, Duncan

  • War of 1812 service of, 8:217, 8:218, 8:225–8:226, 8:228n

Macarty, Jean Baptiste

  • and batture controversy, 2:440n, 2:441–2:442n, 2:443n, 3:484, 3:495, 5:86n

Macaulay, Alexander

  • identified, 2:304–2:305n
  • letters from, 2:304–2:305
  • letters to, 2:315
  • seeks return of letters, 2:304, 2:305n, 2:315

Macaulay, Catharine

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

McCaleb, Samuel

  • letters from accounted for, 7:719

McCall, Richard

  • consul at Barcelona, 9:670–9:671

M’Calla, Daniel

  • The Works of the Rev. Daniel M’Calla, 7:518–7:519, 7:519n

McCally, Hugh, 1:96

McCandless, William

  • identified, 1:91n
  • letters to, 1:90–1:91
  • and meeting of Pittsburgh Republicans, 1:90

McCandlish, William

  • and L. L. Paradise estate, 9:322–9:323, 10:579, 10:580n

McCaul, Alexander, 2:433

McCauley, John

  • letters from accounted for, 5:687

McCauley, Thomas, 5:62–5:63

McCleland, Thomas Stanhope

  • identified, 2:303n
  • letter from to J. Martin, 2:303
  • letters from, 2:324
  • letters to, 2:325–2:326
  • and TJ’s land dispute with S. Scott, 2:303, 2:322, 2:323, 2:324, 2:325–2:326, 2:327, 2:328

McClenachan, Blair, 5:25

McClure, Col.

  • and Niagara Campaign, 5:533

McClure, David

  • sells books, 7:282

McClure, George

  • Niagara campaign of, 7:159–7:160, 7:160n, 8:216

McClure (McLure), William

  • and Albemarle Co. cloth factory, 4:143, 4:143n, 4:169, 4:209, 4:667, 4:667n, 6:45n
  • and carding machine, 5:207–5:208
  • debts of, 4:169, 4:209, 4:618–4:619, 5:14–5:15, 5:17, 5:174–5:175, 5:298–5:299, 5:328–5:329, 5:574, 5:574–5:575, 5:575, 5:639–5:640
  • identified, 4:143n
  • letters from accounted for, 6:556n
  • letters to, 4:143, 5:17, 6:556
  • Monticello weaver, 5:335n, 5:356, 5:655, 5:683–5:684, 6:556
  • recommended by TJ and T. M. Randolph, 7:240–7:241
  • witnesses documents, 6:34, 6:36

McClure (McLure), Mrs. (William McClure’s wife)

  • and Albemarle Co. cloth factory, 4:667, 4:667n, 6:45n
  • TJ’s accounts with, 6:343, 6:345, 6:346, 6:347

McCorry, Thomas

  • and East Tennessee College, 2:266–2:267, 2:365–2:366
  • identified, 2:267–2:268n
  • letters from, 2:266–2:268
  • letters to, 2:365–2:366

McCoy, Joseph

  • broadside from accounted for, 1:504n
  • “The Expedient,” 1:322–1:327
  • identified, 1:322n
  • letters from, 1:321–1:322
  • letters to, 1:504
  • “The Moment,” 1:504n
  • sends poetry to TJ, 1:322–1:327, 1:504

McCraw, Samuel

  • and P. Mazzei’s Richmond property, 4:290
  • as E. Randolph’s trustee, 4:231–4:232n

McCreery, William

  • and contested Congressional election, 7:176, 7:177n

McCulloch, James Hugh (father of James H. McCulloh)

  • collector at Baltimore, 7:343, 7:343n, 7:351, 10:275, 10:275n, 10:440
  • identified, 10:407–10:408n
  • letter from, 10:407–10:408
  • letter to, 10:440–10:441
  • and wine for TJ, 10:275, 10:407, 10:411, 10:416, 10:440, 10:440–10:441n

McCulloh, James H. (son of James H. McCulloch)

  • identified, 7:343–7:344n
  • introduced by J. Monroe, 7:351
  • introduced by J. H. Nicholson, 7:343
  • proposed western exploration by, 7:343, 7:351, 7:379
  • Researches on America; being an attempt to settle some points relative to the Aborigines of America, &c., 7:344n
  • scientific interests of, 7:343, 7:351
  • visits Monticello, 7:379
  • visits Natural Bridge, 7:379

McCullough, Thomas

  • letters from accounted for, 5:687

McDermut, Robert

  • and Compendium of Ancient Geography, 4:311–4:312
  • identified, 4:312n
  • letters from, 4:311–4:312

McDonald & Ridgely (Baltimore firm), 2:122

Macdonough, Thomas

  • U.S. naval commander, 7:692, 7:699, 8:264

mace (spice), 1:368, 2:109, 4:211

Macedonian, HMS (frigate), 6:54n

McGavock, Jacob

  • militia service of, 7:161

McGehee, William

  • agreement with TJ, 1:419–1:421
  • identified, 1:420n
  • letters from, 4:12
  • letters from accounted for, 4:12n
  • letters to accounted for, 4:12n
  • J. Madison seeks information on, 3:29, 3:35
  • Tufton overseer, 1:419–1:420, 3:35–3:36, 4:12, 4:58n

McGehee, William, Sr., 1:420n

McGillivray, Alexander

  • and monopoly of commerce with Creek Indians, 9:549, 9:550–9:551n

MacGowty, John

  • and French depredations, 1:162
  • identified, 1:83n
  • letters from, 1:83, 1:162
  • praises TJ, 1:83

McGuire, Edward

  • identified, 8:693n
  • witnesses D. Carr’s deposition in Jefferson v. Michie, 8:693

McHenry, James

  • introduces E. Cruse to TJ, 6:260, 6:260, 6:261n

Machiavelli, Niccolò, 6:52

machines. See also dynamometers

  • briquet pneumatique, 2:145
  • cannon, underwater, 6:243–6:249, 6:272, 6:272, 6:272n, 6:272–6:273, 6:313, 6:330
  • carding, 2:99, 4:417, 5:187, 5:207–5:208, 5:208n, 5:312, 5:321–5:323, 5:335, 5:356, 5:477, 5:515, 5:560, 5:566–5:567, 5:655, 6:3, 6:9, 6:9–6:12, 6:24, 6:24, 6:140, 7:79, 7:114, 7:116, 8:185, 8:554–8:555, 8:605, 8:606n, 9:534
  • cast-iron press, 2:302
  • corn brake, 8:460
  • corn-shelling, 7:83–7:84, 8:367, 8:458–8:459, 8:463, 8:535
  • distiller’s syphon, 1:482
  • drill, 6:382, 6:382, 6:454, 6:514, 6:515n, 7:246–7:247, 7:306, 9:280–9:281, 10:32
  • eprouvette, 6:117
  • O. Evans’s patent machinery, 6:xliv, 6:353–6:354, 6:354n, 6:379–6:382, 6:384, 6:384–6:385, 6:386 (illus.), 6:453–6:454, 6:454n, 6:455–6:457, 6:514, 7:106, 7:106n, 7:107–7:108, 7:109n, 7:131–7:133, 7:154, 7:170–7:173, 7:386, 8:535, 8:536n
  • filtering, 8:196, 8:253, 8:404 (illus.)
  • flax brake, 8:460
  • flax and hemp preparation, 10:548n
  • flying shuttle, 2:591, 6:106, 6:107, 6:140, 8:249
  • hemp brake, 6:442, 6:452, 9:303–9:304, 9:461–9:462, 9:463
  • horse-drawn saw, 2:374–2:375n, 2:553
  • horses provide power for, 10:562
  • hydrostatic engine, 7:232–7:233, 7:233n, 7:268–7:269
  • loom, 2:99, 4:143, 4:428, 5:560, 5:563, 6:107, 6:140, 6:556, 7:438, 7:486, 7:506–7:507, 7:507, 7:508, 7:523–7:524, 7:524n, 7:552–7:553, 7:553n, 7:568, 7:570, 7:572, 8:15, 8:135–8:136, 8:160, 8:161n, 8:195, 8:201, 8:202n, 8:249, 8:252–8:253, 8:402, 9:564–9:565, 9:601–9:602, 10:32
  • manufacture of, 8:460–8:461
  • mules, 5:202
  • and patent rights, 7:606–7:607, 8:535, 8:536n, 8:554–8:555, 8:635n
  • perpetual-motion, 5:xlix–5:l, 5:358 (illus.), 5:471–5:473, 5:473n, 5:474
  • polygraph, 1:46n, 1:307, 2:xlii, 2:380 (illus.), 3:281–3:282, 4:67, 4:182, 5:207, 6:560n, 8:236, 8:514, 8:535, 8:545, 8:672, 8:673n
  • portable bath, 6:570, 6:571n, 6:615, 7:187–7:188, 7:325, 7:326n, 7:345, 9:22–9:25, 9:43–9:44
  • refrigerator, 1:173n
  • roller, 8:104
  • sawing, 7:84–7:85, 9:593n
  • self-acting hydraulic ram, 2:250, 2:301, 2:316, 2:318–2:319, 2:332, 8:252
  • self-feeding nail making, 5:151–5:154
  • spinning, 4:169, 4:417–4:418, 4:424–4:425, 4:425–4:426, 4:512–4:513, 4:514, 4:544, 4:558, 4:558n, 4:571–4:572, 4:579–4:580, 4:588, 4:589, 4:591, 4:592, 4:637, 4:666–4:667, 4:673, 5:24, 5:131–5:132, 5:145, 5:148, 5:151–5:154, 5:175, 5:181, 5:187, 5:207–5:208, 5:209, 5:241–5:242, 5:312, 5:316, 5:560, 6:9, 6:106, 6:203, 6:559, 7:558, 8:535, 8:547, 8:554, 8:605–8:606, 8:634–8:635, 9:534, 10:32, 10:33n
  • spinning billy, 4:426
  • spinning jenny, 1:313, 1:524–1:525, 1:591, 1:661, 4:143, 4:417, 4:418n, 4:426, 4:428, 4:637, 4:667, 5:202, 5:446, 6:107, 6:132, 6:134, 6:140, 6:203, 6:214, 6:214, 6:285, 6:285–6:286, 6:366, 6:487, 6:559, 6:559, 7:240, 7:325, 7:570, 7:593, 8:368, 8:464, 8:535
  • spinning wheel, 4:362, 4:380, 4:417, 4:425
  • steam engine, 7:558, 8:81, 8:82n, 9:138–9:139, 9:140, 9:141–9:143, 9:302–9:303, 9:462–9:463, 10:562, 10:674, 10:675
  • stocking-knitting, 2:591
  • straw-cutting, 7:84, 8:367, 8:459
  • stylograph, 2:xlii
  • textile, 5:268–5:269, 8:464, 8:535
  • threshing, 2:5n, 2:36, 2:675, 3:293, 3:349, 3:371, 5:324, 5:325–5:326, 5:360, 5:444–5:445, 5:445n, 6:203, 7:81–7:82, 8:185, 8:368–8:369, 8:369n, 8:464, 8:520, 8:535–8:536, 10:32–10:33
  • torpedo (mine), 2:250, 2:301, 2:316–2:318, 2:333, 6:56, 6:243, 6:260, 6:261, 6:261–6:262, 6:313, 6:319, 6:321, 7:48–7:49, 7:276, 9:623
  • for transporting milk, 4:140
  • for turning rifle barrels, 5:154n
  • water-raising, 2:553–2:557, 2:563–2:564, 2:663–2:664, 8:80–8:81, 8:195–8:196, 8:196n
  • windmill, 2:458–2:460, 2:460–2:461, 2:479, 8:80–8:81, 8:82n

McIlhenney, Mr. (brother of Joseph E. McIlhenney), 10:351–10:352

McIlhenney, Mr. (father of Joseph E. McIlhenney), 10:351–10:352

McIlhenney, Joseph E.

  • identified, 10:393n
  • letters from, 10:392–10:393, 10:596
  • letter to, 10:436–10:437
  • visits Monticello, 10:393, 10:437, 10:606
  • as watchmaker, 10:351–10:352, 10:392–10:393, 10:436–10:437, 10:596, 10:606–10:607

McIlhenney, William (of Philadelphia)

  • identified, 9:637n
  • letter from, 9:635–9:638
  • on sensory perception, 9:635–9:637

McIlhenny, William

  • and J. Pinkerton’s atlas, 3:296

McIntire, Alexander

  • as postal employee, 4:65, 4:67n

McIntosh, George

  • and bet with T. Williamson, 5:494
  • and fiorin grass, 4:363
  • forwards gooseberry bushes to TJ, 4:535, 4:557, 4:559
  • identified, 4:535n
  • letters from, 4:535
  • letters to, 4:559

Mackay, Andrew

  • The theory and practice of finding the Longitude at Sea or Land, 1:492, 1:498n, 9:60, 10:62, 10:81, 10:158

McKay, George, 6:526n

McKean, Thomas

  • letter to from J. Adams, 8:626n

McKenny. See McKinney, James

Mackenzie, Alexander

  • Voyages from Montreal, 1:443, 1:444–1:445n

McKenzie, William

  • purchases TJ’s flour, 4:12, 4:58

McKeown Hotel (Washington), 8:663

Mackey, John (of Charleston)

  • and Charleston Investigator, 5:285, 5:285–5:286n, 5:329, 5:330n

Mackey, John (of Philadelphia)

  • educational theories of, 10:3, 10:33–10:34
  • identified, 10:3n
  • letter from, 10:3
  • letter to, 10:33–10:34
  • superintends construction of arsenal, 10:3

McKim, Alexander

  • Baltimore manufacturer, 9:537n

McKim, Robert

  • Baltimore manufacturer, 9:537n

Mackinac. See Michilimackinac (Mich. Territory)

McKinney, James

  • debts of, 7:358–7:359, 7:382–7:383
  • and hemp brake, 6:442, 6:452–6:453
  • identified, 1:92n
  • introduces W. G. Arms, 3:51–3:52
  • letters from, 1:91–1:92, 3:51–3:52, 3:184, 6:442
  • letters to, 3:156–3:157
  • mentioned, 3:643
  • partnership with T. M. Randolph, 1:92n, 5:120–5:121, 5:499
  • petition to General Assembly, 4:346–4:349
  • recommended to TJ, 2:383
  • seeks army appointment, 5:586, 5:591, 5:592, 5:611
  • seeks employment, 1:91
  • and Shadwell mills, 3:51–3:52, 3:156–3:157, 3:184, 3:614, 3:642, 3:644, 4:183, 4:183n, 4:233, 4:374n, 5:120–5:121, 5:591n, 8:204–8:205, 8:205n
  • son of, 7:358–7:359
  • whereabouts of, 7:382

Mackintosh, James, 5:615, 5:619

  • quoted, 8:297

Macklin, Thomas

  • and new Bible edition, 5:654, 5:654–5:655n, 5:662

McKnight, John

  • “Account of the Origin of the Yellow Fever which prevailed in the City of New-York in the Summer of 1798,” 10:134, 10:147n

McLane, Thomas, 2:290

MacLaurin, Colin, 3:356, 3:357n

McLaurin, Robert, 3:84

McLean, James Sylvanus

  • apologizes to TJ, 1:209
  • identified, 1:209n
  • letters from, 1:209
  • visits Monticello, 1:209n

McLean, Norman

  • and Georgia Republican, 4:92, 4:127, 4:128n, 4:130
  • letters from accounted for, 4:128n
  • letters to accounted for, 4:128n

McLeod, Alexander

  • Presbyterian clergyman, 8:228, 8:229n, 8:343
  • A Scriptural View of the Character, Causes, and Ends of the Present War, 8:228, 8:228, 8:340–8:341, 8:344, 8:344

McLure. See McClure (McLure), William; McClure (McLure), Mrs. (William McClure’s wife)

Maclure, Mr.

  • and French inheritance law, 4:89

Maclure, Alexander

  • merchant, 7:56, 7:57n

Maclure, William

  • as geologist, 2:375, 2:377n, 2:551, 2:668, 7:56, 7:57n
  • on TJ, 5:463, 5:580

McMahon, Bernard

  • The American Gardener’s Calendar, 1:35, 1:582, 2:83, 3:327, 4:289n, 5:412, 5:477, 5:477n, 9:60
  • forwards seeds from A. Thoüin, 3:604, 3:604, 3:614, 3:619, 5:382
  • identified, 2:91n
  • letters from, 2:89–2:91, 3:439–3:440, 4:523–4:525, 5:346, 5:358, 5:358, 5:412, 5:465, 5:476–5:477, 5:657–5:658
  • letters to, 2:140, 3:544–3:545, 3:604–3:605, 4:497–4:498, 5:382, 5:553, 6:152, 6:195–6:196, 8:615–8:616
  • on madder, 3:327
  • mentioned, 6:29, 6:50, 6:50, 8:663, 10:194
  • and plant catalogues, 3:368, 3:368n
  • on planting celery, 4:180, 4:182n
  • and planting of rutabaga and turnip seeds, 2:481–2:482n, 2:543
  • and seeds from J. Ronaldson, 5:438
  • and seeds of Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1:192n, 2:90–2:91, 2:140, 6:152, 7:35, 7:55
  • sends flower bulbs to TJ, 5:346
  • sends plants to TJ, 4:523–4:524, 4:561, 5:30n, 5:358, 5:358, 5:412, 5:465, 5:476
  • sends seeds to TJ, 2:90, 2:140, 3:439, 3:440n, 3:545, 5:477, 5:657
  • TJ orders plants from, 4:496–4:497, 4:497–4:498
  • TJ orders seeds from, 2:140, 3:545
  • TJ sends seeds to, 4:498, 4:523, 5:553, 5:657–5:658, 6:152, 6:196, 6:615, 7:90, 8:615, 8:615–8:616, 8:640

McMahon, Thomas Paine

  • identified, 6:30n
  • letters from, 6:29–6:30, 8:663
  • letters to, 6:49–6:50
  • military career of, 8:663
  • seeks recommendation from TJ, 6:29–6:30, 6:49–6:50, 8:663

Macomb, Mr. (ship captain), 10:57

Macomb, Alexander

  • as brigadier general, 8:250, 8:264, 8:443
  • identified, 1:571n
  • letters to, 1:571
  • A Treatise on Martial Law, and Courts-Martial, 1:571

Macon, Nathaniel

  • and franking privilege for TJ, 1:191n, 1:349
  • identified, 4:169–4:170n
  • letters from, 4:209, 9:332–9:333
  • letters to, 4:169–4:170, 9:384–9:387
  • and W. McClure’s debts, 4:169, 4:209, 4:618
  • 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
  • and statue of G. Washington for N.C. state capitol, 9:332–9:333, 9:333n, 9:384–9:387
  • as U.S. senator, 9:477n, 9:606

McPherson, Christopher

  • prophetic writings of, 4:483, 4:485n, 5:12, 5:12
  • TJ on, 4:626–4:627

McPherson, Isaac

  • and O. Evans’s patent machinery, 6:353–6:354, 6:379, 6:380, 6:453–6:454, 6:514, 7:106, 7:106n, 7:107, 7:108, 7:109n, 7:131
  • identified, 6:354n
  • introduced to TJ, 6:353, 6:354n
  • letter from TJ published, 7:107, 7:108, 7:109n, 7:128, 7:130n, 7:170, 7:173n, 7:246, 7:247n
  • letters from, 6:353–6:354, 6:453–6:454, 7:106
  • letters to, 6:379–6:386, 6:514–6:515

Macpherson, James

  • Fingal, an Ancient Epic Poem, 4:306n
  • Temora, an Ancient Epic Poem, 4:306n
  • translator of Iliad, 2:51
  • works alluded to by J. Lomax, 6:463, 6:463, 6:464n

McPherson’s Blues (Philadelphia military unit), 7:244, 7:244n

McRae, Alexander

  • as acting consul at Paris, 4:89
  • and H. Banks, 1:616n
  • considered for appointment by TJ, 1:25
  • criticizes W. W. Hening, 1:615–1:616
  • delivers letter, 2:350, 3:229
  • identified, 1:355–1:356n
  • letters from, 1:355–1:356, 1:423–1:425, 1:615–1:616
  • letters to, 1:413, 1:472
  • at Paris, 3:251, 3:260, 3:467–3:468
  • and silk-manufacturing project, 1:341, 1:342n, 1:412–1:413, 1:413, 1:414, 1:423–1:424, 1:472
  • supports D. Fraser’s appointment, 4:545–4:546
  • and viticulture, 4:419–4:420
  • and G. Wythe’s lectures, 3:206

Madan, Domingo

  • and wine purchase, 9:660

madder, dyer’s, 2:271, 3:288–3:289, 3:326–3:327

Maddox, John

  • letter from accounted for, 10:679

Madeira (wine), 1:387, 1:397, 8:571, 8:571, 9:263, 9:288, 9:421, 9:513, 10:443

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

Madison, Dolley Payne Todd (James Madison’s wife)

  • arrives in Washington, 1:53
  • attends inspection of USS Washington, 10:93, 10:94n
  • and British destruction in Washington, 7:616
  • false pregnancy of, 1:200
  • and fever in Washington, 4:200n
  • furnishes President’s House, 1:43n, 1:199
  • and Mrs. H. Galloway, 4:153
  • S. Hunt insults, 7:207n
  • and J. Madison’s inauguration, 1:8
  • mentioned, 3:310n, 3:533n, 8:37
  • and music for M. J. Randolph, 10:554
  • plans to visit Monticello, 3:46, 3:75
  • portraits of, 10:198, 10:199n, 10:258, 10:259n
  • M. J. Randolph sends greetings to, 6:397, 7:366
  • TJ invites to Monticello, 8:377
  • TJ refers gardener to, 1:155
  • TJ sends greetings to, 1:593, 2:127, 3:46, 3:75, 3:543, 5:296, 5:336, 7:366, 8:483, 9:554, 10:288, 10:321
  • TJ’s granddaughter visits, 9:554, 9:579, 9:711, 10:93
  • and visit from TJ, 1:519, 6:397
  • visits Monticello, 1:344, 1:360, 1:441, 1:466, 4:133
  • visits Montpellier (Madison family estate), 7:359, 10:160, 10:288
  • and D. B. Warden, 3:558n
  • and J. Wilkinson, 3:359, 3:360
  • writings on, 1:10n

Madison, George (clerk in Frankfort, Ky.), 1:129, 1:131n

Madison, James

  • J. Adams on, 5:3–5:4
  • administration of, 3:27–3:28, 3:266, 3:331, 3:473, 3:502, 3:508, 4:113, 4:544–4:545, 6:529, 7:137, 7:139n, 7:642, 8:143, 8:572, 9:41n, 9:571, 9:610, 9:611n
  • administration of supported, 1:29n, 1:405, 1:610–1:611, 6:250, 7:500, 7:578, 8:532–8:533
  • and American Board of Agriculture, 3:35n
  • annual message to Congress by, 2:70, 2:70n, 3:244, 3:244n, 3:260, 7:15, 7:16n, 7:21, 7:23n, 7:88, 7:90, 7:694, 9:113–9:114, 9:150, 9:151n
  • and Antiquarian Society of Charleston, 6:376–6:377
  • applications to, 4:124, 4:186–4:187, 4:508, 4:509, 4:623, 7:204–7:205, 7:657, 8:530, 8:530n, 8:597n, 8:598, 8:667, 9:408, 9:408, 9:653–9:654, 10:334, 10:534
  • and appointments, 1:20n, 1:23n, 1:26n, 1:38, 1:44n, 2:212n, 3:423, 3:436, 3:436n, 3:443, 3:523, 4:5, 4:20, 4:274, 4:275n, 4:339, 4:340, 4:374, 4:375, 4:376, 4:488–4:489, 4:513n, 5:26n, 5:81, 5:94, 5:95, 5:313, 5:313–5:314, 5:314n, 5:319, 5:373, 5:405, 5:435–5:436, 5:445, 5:446n, 6:27, 6:28n, 6:28, 6:29n, 6:63–6:64, 6:64, 6:74, 6:74n, 6:105n, 6:113, 6:113n, 6:119, 6:169, 6:229, 6:230n, 6:250–6:251, 6:290, 6:292, 6:365, 6:365n, 6:397, 6:398, 6:411, 6:412, 6:442–6:443, 6:443n, 6:461, 6:469, 6:469n, 6:547, 7:197n, 7:365, 7:366n, 8:25n, 8:126, 8:126, 8:128, 8:129, 8:153–8:154, 8:154n, 8:162n, 8:206, 8:206n, 8:407, 8:408n, 8:596n, 8:600–8:601n, 8:667, 9:203n, 9:271, 9:273–9:274, 9:276, 9:305–9:306, 9:320, 9:322, 9:388–9:389, 9:511, 9:511, 9:653–9:654, 10:298, 10:427n, 10:477, 10:482, 10:496, 10:496n, 10:545
  • and J. Armstrong, 3:274, 3:275n, 3:577, 3:578n, 7:623
  • arrives in Washington, 1:53
  • autobiographical sketch by, 10:524, 10:524n
  • and J. M. Baker, 2:391n
  • and Baltimore postmastership, 7:243, 7:244, 7:262
  • and batture controversy, 2:427, 2:435–2:436, 2:439, 2:440–2:441n, 2:443n, 2:443n, 2:444n, 2:444n, 2:449, 2:450n, 2:451n, 2:511, 2:568, 2:657, 2:675, 2:678–2:679, 3:31, 3:316, 3:424, 3:485–3:486, 3:487–3:488n, 3:497
  • and W. Birch engraving, 5:221
  • book manuscript sent to, 6:355n, 8:665
  • borrows books from TJ, 7:366, 8:387, 8:387–8:388n
  • on British government, 3:462–3:463, 3:577–3:578, 3:638–3:639, 4:480, 4:586, 4:587, 5:82–5:83, 5:587
  • and T. Bruff’s shot factory, 5:107, 5:107–5:108n
  • J. Brunt requests assistance from, 1:402–1:403
  • and A. Burr conspiracy, 3:128, 3:129n, 7:236, 7:238n
  • cabinet of, 3:28, 3:182, 3:527–3:528, 3:567–3:568, 3:568, 3:586, 5:608, 8:17, 8:18n
  • and C. Caines, 3:522n
  • calls for military expansion, 2:130, 2:131n
  • and S. Cathalan’s claim, 9:211, 9:212n
  • and Central College, 10:473n, 10:474, 10:474n
  • and charges against B. Waterhouse, 1:297–1:298, 1:299, 1:300n, 6:38
  • charity requested from, 4:16n
  • and G. Churchman, 2:382
  • circulars sent to, 6:359n
  • and E. Coles, 2:124, 2:124n, 2:127, 4:51–4:52, 4:314n, 4:541n, 8:99
  • and I. A. Coles account of Niagara Campaign, 5:609–5:610
  • and I. A. Coles’s court-martial, 7:610n
  • J. B. Colvin on, 3:360
  • convenes Congress early, 4:78–4:79n
  • and conveyance of plow to France, 2:312–2:313, 2:326, 2:333, 2:345
  • J. Corrêa da Serra plans visit to, 8:557
  • on W. H. Crawford, 8:45
  • criticized, 2:412n, 5:330–5:331, 7:21–7:22, 7:642, 8:84, 9:110, 9:218, 9:218n, 10:186, 10:333
  • and A. J. Dallas’s Exposition, 8:338–8:339
  • and A. Daschkoff’s letter of credence, 1:484, 1:485n
  • debts owed to, 6:230n
  • and declaration of war, 5:82, 5:142, 5:142n, 5:156, 5:156n, 5:191
  • and defense of Chesapeake Bay, 6:120–6:121, 6:216–6:218, 9:591, 9:624–9:625, 9:629n
  • and defense of Washington, 7:617, 7:623, 7:624, 8:5, 8:153, 8:153, 8:155n, 8:176, 8:264
  • and J. Delaplaine’s Repository, 7:429, 9:352, 9:460, 10:38, 10:39n, 10:198, 10:199n, 10:493, 10:494n, 10:497, 10:524, 10:536
  • depicted in T. Gimbrede engraving, 4:539, 4:540 (illus.), 4:541n
  • described, 8:239
  • on destruction in Washington, 8:57n
  • and W. Duane, 3:549, 3:563–3:564, 3:574, 3:575n, 3:584, 3:585–3:586, 3:591–3:592, 3:600, 3:601, 3:634, 3:638
  • and G. Du Jareau, 2:485, 2:665n
  • P. S. Du Pont de Nemours plans visit to, 8:557
  • and P. S. Du Pont de Nemours’s essay on American financial system, 2:570, 2:654n, 3:515, 3:517n, 3:559, 4:22, 4:24n
  • and Dutch accounts of Va., 2:502–2:503, 2:511, 2:567
  • and E. Earle’s claim for compensation, 7:164n, 7:203
  • and East Tennessee College, 2:268n
  • and 1808 election, 8:104n, 10:332
  • and 1812 election, 5:285, 5:303, 5:329
  • and R. Elliott, 3:431
  • and Embargo of 1812, 4:586–4:588, 4:622–4:623
  • and Embargo of 1813, 7:290, 7:291n, 8:532–8:533
  • employs carpenters, 8:479
  • endorses note for TJ, 1:212–1:213, 1:217–1:218, 1:246, 1:281, 1:285, 2:260, 2:261n, 2:282, 3:289
  • engraving of, 5:580n, 8:8, 8:34
  • on D. M. Erskine agreement, 1:409
  • European opinion of, 9:714
  • An Examination of the British Doctrine, which subjects to capture a Neutral Trade, not open in Time of Peace, 8:387, 8:388n
  • and excise taxes, 9:217, 9:218n
  • The Federalist, 7:628, 9:436, 10:417–10:418, 10:418, 10:419n
  • Federalist opposition to, 4:541, 4:544–4:545, 4:547, 7:21–7:22
  • on Federalists, 1:246–1:247
  • and feuds among Republicans, 2:146, 2:224–2:225, 2:236, 2:272
  • and foreign affairs, 2:35n, 2:345–2:346, 2:358n, 8:339, 10:286, 10:286n
  • and V. de Foronda, 5:20, 5:21n, 5:296, 6:80
  • forwards books to TJ, 4:586, 6:598
  • forwards carving by Italian sculptors, 4:66
  • forwards letter, 2:152, 5:296
  • Fourth of July reception of, 4:26
  • and France, 8:331
  • and D. Fraser’s request for loan, 5:160
  • and P. Freneau’s poems, 3:243
  • and R. Fulton, 2:250
  • and A. Gallatin, 1:664, 1:665–1:666, 3:626–3:627, 6:202, 7:202n
  • F. W. Gilmer on, 8:299
  • and governorship of Indiana Territory, 2:73
  • and G. Granger, 3:246, 7:196, 7:197n, 7:238–7:240
  • greetings sent to, 2:127, 7:160, 10:321
  • on gunboats, 6:169–6:170
  • and A. Hamilton’s political ideals, 2:145–2:146, 2:147n, 2:542, 2:568
  • and J. S. L. d’Happart’s claim, 4:538n, 4:622, 4:623n, 5:146–5:147
  • and F. R. Hassler’s claim, 9:273, 9:275
  • and J. Henry’s mission, 4:541, 8:569–8:570
  • hospitality of, 10:443
  • hypothetical impeachment of, 6:276
  • identified, 1:7n
  • illness of, 2:542, 6:203, 6:236, 6:236, 6:241, 6:241, 6:242, 6:256, 6:272n, 6:281, 6:283, 6:289–6:290, 6:362–6:363, 6:397, 6:443, 8:106
  • and Indian training school, 1:661, 1:662n, 3:369, 3:370n, 3:543, 3:543n
  • inspects USS Washington, 10:93, 10:94n
  • and interview with J. Melish, 5:628–5:629
  • introduces M. C. Gray, 9:180
  • introduces W. R. Gray, 9:180, 9:187
  • invitations to, 8:454
  • G. Jefferson on, 4:217, 4:217n
  • and Lafayette, 2:8–2:9, 2:72–2:73, 2:243, 2:244, 2:245, 2:418, 3:54, 3:55n, 3:105, 3:212, 3:248, 3:314, 3:445, 3:447n, 4:29–4:30, 4:31, 4:649, 4:650n, 5:69, 5:213, 5:215n, 7:541
  • and W. Lambert, 2:401, 2:401n
  • and land claims in Orleans Territory, 9:584–9:585, 9:585–9:586n
  • and learned societies, 6:179, 6:180n, 6:484n
  • and H. Lee’s medal, 2:104, 2:224, 2:253
  • T. Lehré on, 5:244
  • letter from S. Brown forwarded to, 7:269
  • letter from, to W. C. Nicholas, 8:600–8:601n
  • letter from, to P. S. Physick, 9:22–9:23
  • letters from, 1:65, 1:85, 1:87, 1:113–1:114, 1:160, 1:183–1:184, 1:246–1:247, 1:271, 1:292–1:293, 1:313–1:314, 1:327–1:328, 1:331–1:332, 1:359–1:360, 1:408–1:410, 1:437–1:439, 1:464, 1:518–1:519, 1:584–1:585, 1:632–1:633, 1:658–1:659, 2:35–2:36, 2:72–2:73, 2:326, 2:345–2:346, 2:366–2:367, 2:418–2:419, 2:435–2:436, 2:453–2:454, 2:470–2:471, 2:480, 2:496, 2:502–2:503, 2:542, 2:567–2:568, 3:29, 3:177–3:179, 3:245–3:246, 3:462–3:464, 3:518–3:519, 3:577–3:578, 3:600–3:601, 3:638–3:639, 4:31–4:33, 4:480–4:481, 4:539–4:540, 4:541, 4:586–4:588, 4:664–4:665, 5:82–5:83, 5:156, 5:319–5:321, 5:395–5:397, 5:587–5:588, 5:684–5:685, 6:169–6:170, 7:196–7:197, 7:359–7:360, 8:16–8:18, 8:44–8:45, 8:45–8:46, 8:338–8:340, 9:180–9:181
  • letters from accounted for, 1:627n, 4:23–4:24n, 6:398n
  • letters of introduction to, 6:568n, 10:396
  • letters of recommendation to, 7:165, 7:203–7:204, 7:204, 7:244, 8:600, 8:602n, 8:606–8:607, 8:616, 8:616, 8:617, 8:655–8:656, 9:237n, 10:319
  • letters to, 1:60–1:62, 1:77–1:78, 1:92–1:93, 1:96, 1:154–1:156, 1:168–1:170, 1:212–1:214, 1:284–1:285, 1:343–1:344, 1:441–1:442, 1:519–1:520, 1:536, 1:592–1:593, 1:626–1:627, 1:657–1:658, 2:33–2:35, 2:42–2:44, 2:55–2:58, 2:312–2:313, 2:333–2:334, 2:388–2:390, 2:416–2:417, 2:427, 2:468, 2:491–2:492, 2:511–2:512, 2:568–2:569, 2:675, 3:35–3:36, 3:45–3:46, 3:75, 3:165–3:166, 3:248–3:249, 3:436–3:437, 3:542–3:543, 3:585–3:586, 3:634, 4:21, 4:186–4:187, 4:376–4:377, 4:509, 4:574–4:575, 4:622–4:623, 5:11, 5:81–5:82, 5:95, 5:107–5:108, 5:191–5:192, 5:296, 5:313, 5:313–5:314, 5:336, 5:372–5:373, 5:435–5:436, 5:445–5:446, 5:609–5:610, 5:646–5:648, 6:64, 6:119–6:122, 6:216–6:218, 6:289–6:291, 6:397–6:398, 6:442–6:443, 7:203, 7:203–7:204, 7:238–7:240, 7:244, 7:269, 7:365–7:366, 7:691–7:693, 8:23–8:24, 8:26–8:29, 8:371–8:374, 8:376–8:377, 8:381, 8:482–8:483, 8:537, 8:606–8:607, 8:616, 9:273–9:274, 10:288, 10:319
  • letter to, from S. Cathalan, 9:574–9:578
  • letter to, from P. S. Du Pont de Nemours, 1:584–1:585, 1:592
  • letter to, from P. Freneau, 1:113n
  • letter to, from W. Jones, 6:524n
  • letter to, from J. Melish, 3:386–3:392, 8:78n
  • letter to, from W. C. Nicholas, 8:597n
  • letter to, from C. A. Ruelle, 9:149, 9:150–9:151
  • M. Lewis’s papers sent to, 2:31, 2:34, 2:72
  • and L. Lincoln, 3:246n
  • and Literary and Philosophical Society of South Carolina, 6:377
  • and Macon’s Bill No. 2, 3:255, 3:256n, 3:463, 3:600, 7:463
  • memoranda to, 1:6–1:8
  • mentioned, 2:106, 2:309, 2:320, 2:320, 2:456, 3:251, 3:381n, 3:638, 4:4, 4:4n, 4:90–4:91, 4:172, 5:108, 5:165n, 5:174n, 5:177–5:178, 6:89n, 6:192, 6:260, 6:261, 6:317, 6:522, 6:624, 7:93n, 7:227, 7:347, 7:697n, 8:314, 8:406, 8:424, 9:250n, 9:256, 9:271, 9:340, 10:334
  • and merino sheep, 2:166, 2:233, 2:234n, 2:313, 2:326, 2:334, 2:346, 2:360–2:361, 2:362, 2:366, 2:379, 2:379, 2:388–2:389, 2:409, 2:418, 2:436, 2:451, 2:453–2:454, 2:480, 2:481, 2:491, 2:496, 2:511, 2:567–2:568, 3:178, 3:190, 5:596, 6:6, 6:6
  • messages to Congress, 4:234, 4:236, 4:237n, 4:541, 4:542, 4:544, 5:7n, 6:131, 6:131n, 6:154, 8:17, 8:18–8:19, 8:27, 8:223, 8:224, 8:569–8:570
  • “Money” (essay), 8:442, 8:443n
  • and J. Monroe, 2:35, 2:42, 2:43, 2:45, 2:72, 2:417, 3:542–3:543, 3:567–3:568, 4:213n, 6:171–6:176, 8:153–8:154
  • on Napoleon, 5:587
  • and neutral rights, 7:366
  • notes on the Constitutional Convention, 8:657–8:658, 8:659n, 8:683
  • Notes on TJ’s Statement on the Batture, 2:678–2:679
  • opposes U.S. Bank, 2:92, 2:93n
  • and outbreak of War of 1812, 6:512
  • and pardon in Olmstead case, 1:213–1:214n
  • pardons Barataria pirates, 8:85n
  • and party politics, 5:352–5:353, 5:355, 7:21–7:22
  • and peace with Great Britain, 6:512–6:513, 7:42, 7:43–7:44, 7:359–7:360, 8:17, 8:44, 8:541
  • and C. Pinckney, 1:513–1:514
  • and W. Pinkney, 2:69, 2:70n
  • plans to visit TJ, 8:339
  • plows of, 2:312–2:313, 2:313n
  • and D. Porter’s voyage of discovery, 1:445n
  • portrait of, by G. Stuart, 7:295, 8:9n, 8:389, 10:258
  • portrait of sent to TJ, 7:613n
  • and portrait of TJ by G. Stuart, 7:296, 7:303, 7:341, 7:342n, 7:497–7:498, 9:352, 9:405, 10:71, 10:71n
  • portraits of, 8:239, 10:38, 10:39n, 10:198, 10:199n, 10:258, 10:259n
  • and preparations for war, 4:480, 4:481n, 4:520n, 4:586–4:587, 4:664
  • and presidential election, 5:393, 5:581, 6:185, 6:185n
  • presidential inauguration, 1:8–1:10
  • presidential proclamations of, 1:170n, 1:436–1:437n, 1:439n, 1:441–1:442, 4:30, 4:31n, 4:552–4:553, 4:554n, 6:558n
  • and prize cases, 2:480
  • and proposed Va. road, 6:651n
  • purchases J. Freeman indenture, 1:156
  • purchases items from TJ, 1:41, 1:155
  • J. Randolph breaks with, 2:42, 2:235, 2:236n
  • recommendations by, 2:467, 5:300n
  • religious exhortations to, 7:590n
  • religious work sent to, 4:621n
  • and report of S.C. House of Representatives, 4:343n
  • and representative government, 10:417–10:418, 10:419n
  • C. A. Rodney on, 2:190
  • and row galleys, 6:169–6:170
  • R. Rush on, 10:442–10:443
  • and R. Rush’s cabinet proposal, 5:79–5:80n
  • and sale of TJ’s library to Congress, 8:16, 8:369
  • second inaugural address, 5:636, 5:637–5:638n
  • as secretary of state, 1:62n, 3:248n, 4:21, 4:31–4:32, 4:32–4:33n, 9:575, 9:658n, 9:658n, 10:281, 10:282
  • seeks advice from TJ, 1:65
  • seeks documents from TJ, 3:96–3:97n
  • sends books to TJ, 1:667, 8:339, 8:371
  • sends sheepskin to TJ, 1:328
  • and W. Short, 1:232, 1:233, 2:33, 2:200n, 2:477, 2:477, 3:107, 7:223, 8:51–8:52, 8:331, 10:22, 10:22n
  • signs legislation, 9:46n
  • slaves of, 10:403n, 10:443
  • on R. Smith’s dismissal, 3:600, 3:622–3:623, 5:646–5:647, 5:647–5:648, 5:648n, 5:684
  • and solar eclipse, 4:197n, 4:238n
  • and H. G. Spafford, 2:145n, 6:450, 6:450n, 7:275, 7:313, 7:314n, 7:668–7:669, 7:669n, 8:106, 9:184, 9:194, 9:274, 9:276, 9:297, 9:298n, 9:344
  • and L. Spalding, 3:374n
  • and Spanish policy, 4:283, 4:284n
  • and R. Stuart’s journal, 6:557, 6:603
  • and subscriptions, 4:281, 4:408, 4:663n, 6:77n
  • supported by Enquirer, 3:601
  • and Supreme Court appointments, 3:126, 3:151, 3:178, 3:245–3:246
  • and surrender of Alexandria, 7:644
  • Taurino fabric sent to, 7:73n
  • A. Thweatt recommended to, 2:468
  • TJ invites to Monticello, 8:377
  • TJ on, 2:259, 5:367, 5:368, 6:283, 7:179, 7:179n, 7:648, 8:532–8:533, 10:609
  • TJ plans visit to, 5:336, 6:397, 8:376–8:377, 8:656, 10:288
  • TJ retrieves merino sheep from, 2:666
  • TJ’s alleged opposition to, 7:299n, 7:310–7:312
  • and TJ’s batture pamphlet, 4:574, 4:586, 4:624, 4:664
  • TJ’s granddaughter visits, 9:531, 9:553, 9:554
  • and TJ’s letters on finance, 6:532, 7:510, 8:16–8:17, 8:27–8:29, 8:29, 8:31–8:32, 8:44
  • and TJ’s statement on the batture case, 3:69n, 3:118, 3:152, 3:226
  • TJ’s supposed influence over, 6:154, 6:275, 6:461
  • TJ visits, 8:664, 8:670, 8:676, 10:314, 10:318
  • on trade licenses, 5:636, 5:637n
  • and transportation of TJ’s library, 8:268–8:269n, 8:333, 8:333n, 8:339
  • and J. Trumbull’s historical paintings, 10:655
  • and J. Tyler, 2:386–2:387, 2:416, 2:420
  • and underwater cannon, 6:272, 6:272n, 6:290, 6:313, 6:330
  • as U.S. representative, 9:550
  • and Va. land warrants, 4:566, 4:567, 4:585
  • visitors to, 10:253–10:254, 10:357
  • visits Monticello, 1:344, 1:360, 1:441, 1:466, 3:64, 3:75, 4:133, 4:163, 4:219, 4:272, 4:274n, 8:331, 8:332n, 8:454
  • visits Montpellier (Madison family estate), 2:480, 4:123n, 5:336n, 5:364, 7:309, 7:323, 7:359, 7:365, 8:339, 8:376–8:377, 8:588, 9:48, 10:18, 10:160, 10:253, 10:314, 10:318
  • and volunteer troops, 5:107
  • and D. B. Warden, 3:292, 3:309, 3:313, 3:340, 3:427, 3:427n, 3:463, 3:464, 3:518–3:519, 3:539, 3:540n, 3:557–3:558, 3:577, 4:325, 4:326, 4:574–4:575, 7:428n, 7:506, 7:506n, 8:23–8:24, 8:37, 8:45, 8:244, 8:291
  • on wartime finance, 6:131n, 7:360, 8:16–8:17, 8:44
  • and war with Great Britain, 5:82–5:83, 5:319–5:321, 8:18, 8:44, 8:216, 8:218, 8:219, 8:221, 8:339
  • and B. Waterhouse, 6:98–6:99, 6:169
  • weather journal of, 1:518, 1:519n
  • and W. Fla., 3:264–3:265, 3:344n
  • wheat crop of, 7:360
  • and J. Wilkinson, 3:359, 3:519, 3:519n, 4:480, 4:481n
  • F. H. Wollaston introduced to, 4:35n
  • works sent to, 5:259n, 6:90n, 6:513, 7:36, 7:141n, 9:61n, 9:308n, 10:23, 10:31n

Madison, James, Bishop

  • and College of William and Mary, 1:251, 5:577, 5:579n, 7:5n, 7:127, 7:130n, 8:294
  • forwards letter, 3:458n
  • identified, 1:251n
  • and W. Lambert’s astronomical calculations, 1:497, 2:399, 4:276, 4:368, 4:369, 4:407
  • letters from, 1:251, 4:246
  • letters from accounted for, 3:458n
  • letters to, 4:369–4:370
  • and mammoth teeth, 4:43n
  • and map of Va., 4:369–4:370
  • and observations of solar eclipses, 4:235, 4:246, 4:368
  • W. C. Rives on, 4:108
  • on temperance, 4:17
  • TJ recommends books to, 5:577

Madison, Va., 3:104

madrepore, 6:373

Madrid, Treaty of (1721), 9:480n

Madrid, Treaty of (1801)

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

Maella, Mariano Salvador

  • painter, 7:xliii–7:xliv, 7:563

Magellan, Ferdinand

  • portrait of owned by TJ, 7:342n, 8:239

Mager, John (captain of Dolphin of York ), 1:64, 1:186–1:187

Magnalia Christi Americana: or, the Ecclesiastical History of New-England (C. Mather), 7:199

magnetism

  • study of, 7:663, 7:686

magnets

  • for U.S. Coast Survey, 9:224

magnolia trees, 7:122

Magnum Lexicon Juridicum (J. Calvinus), 10:235

Magruder, Allan B., 1:639–1:640, 1:642n

Magruder, James

  • purchases Shadwell mills, 6:xliii

Magruder, John Bowie

  • and clover seed, 4:525, 4:525
  • identified, 4:421n
  • letters from, 4:464–4:465
  • letters from accounted for, 1:110n, 4:421n
  • letters to, 4:420–4:421, 4:509–4:510, 4:525
  • letters to accounted for, 4:421n
  • and W. McClure’s debts, 5:174–5:175, 5:298, 5:328–5:329, 5:639–5:640
  • milldam of, 2:97–2:98
  • purchases Shadwell mills, 6:xliii
  • Rivanna River Company commissioner, 3:254n
  • and Rivanna River navigation, 3:287
  • riverine locks of, 10:434–10:435, 10:466
  • TJ’s dispute with, 2:168–2:169, 4:420–4:421, 4:464–4:465, 4:498, 4:509

Magruder, Patrick

  • clerk of U.S. House of Representatives, 2:463, 2:682, 3:26n, 3:475, 3:475n, 3:535, 4:521–4:522, 4:565, 4:575, 4:581, 4:582, 5:392
  • identified, 2:428n
  • letters to, 2:427–2:428, 3:475, 4:575
  • TJ seeks batture documents from, 2:427–2:428, 2:463, 2:682

Magruder’s Mill (Fluvanna Co.), 1:109, 1:110n, 3:218, 3:254n

Mahanes, Lewis

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

Maille, Antoine

  • vinegar syrup of, 1:188, 1:188, 1:189n

Mailly, Jean Baptiste

  • L’Esprit de la Fronde, 7:664, 7:666n
  • L’Esprit des Croisades, 7:664

Main (Maine), Thomas

  • J. Barlow wishes to hire, 2:146, 2:177
  • Directions for the Transplantation and Management of young Thorn or other Hedge Plants, 2:132n, 10:195, 10:196n
  • and hawthorn hedges, 2:132n, 2:167, 10:194–10:195, 10:197, 10:238, 10:293
  • identified, 2:132n
  • letter from, to J. Henderson, 10:197–10:198
  • letters from, 2:131–2:132
  • letters to, 2:167
  • plant nursery of, 1:51, 1:170, 10:197
  • TJ on, 2:177, 10:238

Maine

  • British claims to portion of, 8:17, 8:27, 8:112, 8:163, 8:168, 8:186–8:187, 8:260–8:261, 8:261n, 8:329n
  • gold found in, 1:330
  • survey of border of with Canada, 10:18, 10:19n

Maintenon, Françoise d’Aubigné, madame de, 6:623

Mair, John

  • An Introduction to Latin Syntax, 8:482, 8:482n
  • The Tyro’s Dictionary, Latin and English, 9:274, 9:464, 9:538, 9:639, 10:358

Mairan, Jean Jacques d’Ortous de, 7:667

Maisonneuve, Dubois, ed.

  • Peintures des Vases Antiques, 1:452, 1:453n, 1:482

Maison Rustique, or the Countrie Farme (Estienne and Liebault), 2:82, 4:139, 4:142n

Maittaire, Michael, 5:501, 5:501n, 5:549, 5:594, 5:625

maize. See corn

Maklure, Mr., 3:468

Málaga

  • yellow fever in, 10:128, 10:129–10:130, 10:134–10:135, 10:137

Málaga (wine), 9:513

malaria (ague and fever). See also fevers

  • P. Carr’s, 8:232
  • in militia encampment, 8:233

Malcolm, Sir John

  • The History of Persia, 10:509

Malcom, Catharine Van Rensselaer Schuyler (Samuel Malcom’s wife), 5:42, 5:43n

Malcom, Samuel Bayard

  • identified, 5:43n
  • letters from, 5:42–5:43
  • seeks federal judgeship, 5:42–5:43, 5:43n, 5:70, 5:95, 5:122

Malesherbes, Chrétien Guillaume de Lamoignon de

  • introduces F. De Masson to TJ, 8:250, 8:251n

Malet, Claude François de, 10:53–10:54n, 10:54n

Mallory, Charles King

  • as collector at Norfolk, 10:118–10:119, 10:119n, 10:343, 10:356, 10:356n, 10:358–10:359
  • identified, 10:344n
  • letter from, 10:343–10:344
  • letter to, 10:358–10:359
  • and wine for TJ, 10:118–10:119, 10:343, 10:358

Malmsey (wine), 9:513

Malta

  • melon from, 3:501

Malthus, Thomas Robert

  • economic theories of, 4:440, 4:442, 4:444, 7:557, 7:560
  • An Essay on the principle of population, 1:35, 7:195, 7:628, 10:327, 10:331n

Mamely, José, 10:130, 10:146n

mammoth. See also mastodon (mammoth, Ohio)

  • B. S. Barton on, 2:507–2:509
  • bones of found, 4:43, 4:43n, 8:448
  • bones of found in Ky., 5:572, 5:573n
  • A. Clarke on, 3:357
  • compared to elephants, 2:507, 2:508–2:509, 5:94, 5:94n, 5:572–5:573, 10:398, 10:399
  • G. Cuvier on, 5:94, 5:94n, 5:572–5:573
  • frozen specimen found, 2:507
  • in hall at Monticello, 1:397n
  • Institut de France analyzes bones of, 1:100–1:101, 1:103–1:104, 1:187, 5:572–5:573
  • lost in transit, 1:509, 1:509n, 1:510
  • and Notes on the State of Virginia, 5:460, 5:460n
  • and F. A. Van der Kemp, 5:459–5:460, 5:572–5:573
  • C. Wistar on, 8:243, 8:448

mammoth, Asiatic (Chemung mammoth), 2:507–2:508, 2:509

“Mammoth Cheese”

  • J. Adams mentions, 9:528, 9:529n

mammoth, Ohio. See mastodon (mammoth, Ohio)

manatee, 7:210

Manby, George William, 6:642n

Manchester, Va.

  • postal service to, 2:178
  • TJ visits, 2:180

Manchester Academy (Va.), 2:134n

Mancius, George W.

  • as postmaster of Albany, 7:273, 7:275–7:276n, 7:313, 7:669n

Mandan Indians, 1:520–1:521, 4:8, 4:536, 4:550–4:551, 6:323, 6:422

Mandeville, Bernard

  • The Fable of the Bees, 3:273, 3:275n, 10:508

Manesca, John

  • Historiettes Nouvelles, 9:97, 9:97n, 9:129
  • identified, 9:97–9:98n
  • letter from, 9:97–9:98
  • letter to, 9:129

mangel-wurzel, 10:501, 10:501–10:502n, 10:547

Mangel Wurzel. Account of a Crop of this most valuable Root grown in the Year 1815 (G. Turnbull), 10:501, 10:501–10:502n, 10:547

Manilius, Marcus

  • J. Adams on, 5:184, 8:683–8:684
  • Astronomica, 8:683–8:684, 8:684n
  • quoted by TJ, 4:626, 4:628n

Manis. See pangolin

Mann, William

  • delivers letter, 2:406
  • deputy federal marshal, 4:231, 4:231n, 4:366, 8:35, 9:259, 9:261n
  • identified, 4:231n
  • letters from, 4:231–4:232
  • letters to, 4:366
  • and rattlesnake, 1:660

Manners, John

  • and classification of animals, 7:152–7:153, 7:207–7:211
  • identified, 7:153n
  • letters from, 7:152–7:153
  • letters to, 7:207–7:211

“Man of Ross.” See Kyrle, John

Mansco’s Lick, Tenn.

  • fossils found at, 8:448

Mansfield family

  • as aristocrats, 7:67

Mansfield, Jared, 5:395–5:396, 5:417–5:418

Mansfield, Reuben

  • and Albemarle Volunteer Company subscription, 5:344
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254

Mansfield, William Murray, 1st Earl of

  • and Christianity in common law, 7:148, 7:148
  • cited in Livingston v. Jefferson, 4:293, 4:297n, 4:300, 4:302n
  • opinion in Mostyn v. Fabrigas, 2:455
  • TJ on, 3:125, 3:165, 5:135

Mansuy Pelletier, Charles V.

  • and batture surveys, 2:445n, 3:70–3:71, 3:123, 3:484, 4:xliii, 4:xliv, 5:86n, 5:86n, 5:86n, 5:86–5:87n

Mantua

  • yellow fever in, 10:131

A Manual of Parliamentary Practice (Thomas Jefferson)

  • and M. Carey, 4:xliii, 4:430, 4:464, 4:493
  • French demand for, 7:350
  • and J. Milligan, 4:xliii, 4:288, 4:370 (illus.), 4:397, 4:400–4:401, 4:464, 4:471–4:472, 4:493, 4:560, 8:22
  • W. Prichard sells, 3:243, 3:296, 3:334, 5:222, 5:254
  • and S. H. Smith, 4:397, 4:401n, 4:430
  • TJ on, 1:486–1:487, 1:487n
  • TJ’s revisions to, 4:xliii, 4:401, 4:464
  • D. B. Warden requests, 3:309, 3:427, 8:291, 9:562n

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

Manuel D’Histoire Naturelle (J. F. Blumenbach), 7:626

manufacturing

  • of clothing, 9:535, 9:536–9:537
  • cotton, 9:534–9:537, 9:537n, 9:616
  • encouragement of in U.S., 9:248–9:249, 9:334–9:336, 9:403, 9:457, 9:533–9:537, 9:613, 9:616–9:617, 9:620n, 10:205n, 10:489, 10:652–10:653
  • foundries, 2:258, 10:370
  • W. Lee on, 10:489
  • protection of U.S. interests in, 9:534, 10:489, 10:653n
  • relationship to agricultural production, 9:334–9:336, 9:534–9:537, 9:616–9:617, 9:618n, 9:620n
  • shot towers, 1:319–1:320n, 1:367n, 5:107, 5:107–5:108n, 5:108, 10:454, 10:520, 10:555
  • TJ on, 9:334–9:336, 9:336n, 9:457, 10:609, 10:609, 10:645–10:646
  • wool, 9:535–9:537, 9:616

manufacturing, household

  • J. Adams on, 4:473–4:474, 4:483
  • Albemarle Co. cloth factory, 4:143, 4:143n, 4:169, 4:209, 4:667, 6:45n
  • books on, 1:37
  • J. Clarke on, 5:675–5:679
  • cloth, 1:100n, 1:561, 1:573–1:574, 1:591, 1:667, 2:4, 2:98–2:100, 4:343, 6:114, 6:282, 6:285–6:286, 6:314, 6:335, 6:556, 6:631, 6:631–6:632n, 7:72–7:73, 7:81, 7:187, 7:240–7:241, 7:347–7:348, 7:569–7:570, 7:593, 8:252–8:253, 8:356, 8:368, 8:460, 8:535, 8:544, 8:545–8:546, 8:547–8:548, 9:564–9:565
  • T. Cooper on, 7:558–7:559
  • cotton, 8:146–8:148, 8:179–8:180, 8:460, 10:547
  • dyeing and printing, 2:271, 2:376, 7:558–7:559, 9:355, 9:447–9:448
  • expansion of, 2:163, 2:271, 2:358n, 2:431, 2:534, 2:538, 2:569, 2:570, 2:590, 2:595, 2:599, 2:602, 2:605, 2:607–2:608, 2:617, 5:627–5:628, 7:53–7:54, 8:303–8:304, 8:351, 9:476n, 9:515
  • forges, 2:557
  • and government subsidies, 2:608, 2:613–2:614
  • household linen, 7:347–7:348
  • ironworks, 1:210n, 6:290, 7:162, 7:162–7:163n, 7:163–7:164, 7:199–7:200, 7:200n, 7:203, 7:558
  • of machines, 8:460–8:461
  • mills, 1:92n, 3:218, 3:326–3:327, 5:120–5:121, 7:32
  • national brewery proposed, 8:412–8:413
  • paper mills, 1:489, 8:146
  • and protection of industry, 2:602–2:603, 2:605, 2:607, 9:476n, 9:515
  • J. S. Ravenscroft on, 5:207–5:208, 5:208n, 5:268–5:269
  • silk, 5:439
  • silk manufacturing in Va., 1:341, 1:342n, 1:412–1:413, 1:413, 1:414, 1:425, 1:472
  • society for, 1:170–1:172
  • spinning jennies, 1:313, 1:524–1:525, 1:591, 1:661, 4:417, 5:202, 5:446, 7:240, 7:325, 8:605, 8:634–8:635, 10:32
  • textile manufactories, 2:592, 8:547, 10:32
  • TJ on, 1:94, 1:99, 1:315–1:316, 1:591, 3:238–3:239, 3:559–3:560, 4:417, 4:428, 4:637, 5:187, 5:501–5:502, 5:560, 5:562–5:563, 6:205, 7:11–7:12, 7:13–7:14, 7:35, 7:52–7:53, 7:53–7:54, 7:88, 7:92, 7:191–7:192, 7:325, 7:406, 7:569–7:570, 7:593, 8:108, 8:261, 8:267, 8:285, 8:303–8:304, 8:351, 8:356, 8:544, 9:303, 9:447–9:448, 9:515, 9:601, 10:32, 10:547, 10:547
  • use of iron, copper, lead, and tin in, 2:376
  • use of slaves in, 8:634, 8:635
  • wool, 4:346, 7:52–7:53, 8:544, 10:547

Manzoni, Antonio

  • public official in Florence, 9:294

Map of the Country Thirty Miles Round the City of New York (Eddy), 5:263, 5:263n, 5:305–5:306

Map of the Northern Part of the State of New York (Lay), 5:581

Map of the Seat of War in North America (J. Melish), 5:417, 6:157, 7:286

A Map of the State of New York (DeWitt), 5:581

Map of the United States with the contiguous British & Spanish Possessions (J. Melish), 10:542–10:543, 10:543, 10:626–10:627

Map of the Western Part of the State of New York (Eddy and Maverick), 3:597–3:598

Map of Upper Canada (Smyth), 5:581, 5:582, 5:582n

maps. See also geography; Melish, John

  • of Albemarle Co., 1:xliii (illus.), 2:xxxvii (illus.), 3:xli (illus.), 4:xxxix (illus.), 5:xliii (illus.), 6:xxxix (illus.), 7:xxxix (illus.), 8:xli (illus.), 9:xxxix (illus.), 10:xli (illus.)
  • biblical, 2:321, 2:322n
  • of Canada, 8:77n
  • of Coahuila, Mexico (now part of Tex.), 8:77n
  • from D’Entrecasteaux expedition, 5:202–5:203, 5:203–5:204n, 5:292
  • of Europe, 8:77n
  • in hall at Monticello, 1:397n, 8:238
  • imported for TJ, 2:143n
  • Indian, 8:238, 10:397
  • by J. C. Komarzewski, 2:536
  • of Lewis and Clark Expedition, 9:705, 10:377, 10:377, 10:400, 10:444, 10:445, 10:445, 10:445
  • of Louisiana, 1:247, 1:248n, 10:542–10:543, 10:626–10:627
  • Bishop J. Madison’s map of Va., 4:369–4:370
  • of Mediterranean, 1:247–1:248
  • of Mexico, 7:29, 8:77n
  • of Mississippi Territory, 9:508, 9:510, 9:510n
  • of Missouri Territory, 3:418, 3:616
  • of New Jersey, 10:543
  • of New Orleans, 2:351, 2:446n, 2:463, 2:517–2:518n, 3:83, 3:83n, 3:487n, 3:488n, 3:500n
  • of New Orleans batture, 4:xliii–4:xliv, 4:370 (illus.), 4:521, 4:522n, 5:86–5:87n
  • of New York, 5:263, 5:263n, 5:305–5:306, 5:581
  • of Ohio, 8:77n
  • of Pennsylvania, 8:77n, 10:543, 10:543n, 10:543–10:544n
  • of Poplar Forest, 4:310n, 4:370 (illus.)
  • of projected Erie Canal, 3:459–3:460, 3:521, 3:597–3:598
  • of Rivanna River, 5:638
  • sent by T. Bailey, 5:263, 5:305–5:306, 5:581, 5:582n, 5:606
  • of TJ’s Virginia, 1:xliv–1:xlv (illus.), 2:xxxviii–2:xxxix (illus.), 3:xlii–3:xliii (illus.), 4:xl–4:xli (illus.), 5:xliv–5:xlv (illus.), 6:xl–6:xli (illus.), 7:xl–7:xli (illus.), 8:xlii–8:xliii (illus.), 9:xl–9:xli (illus.), 10:xlii–10:xliii (illus.)
  • of Upper Mississippi, 1:247
  • of U.S., 1:37, 1:480n, 8:75–8:78, 8:133, 9:589, 9:590n, 10:542–10:544, 10:626–10:627
  • of Virginia, 1:251n, 8:76, 9:400–9:401, 9:401n, 9:440–9:441, 9:566, 9:590–9:591, 9:592n, 9:621–9:622, 9:623, 9:642–9:643, 9:680–9:681, 9:684–9:692, 9:711, 10:18, 10:55–10:56, 10:196, 10:196n, 10:239, 10:288–10:289, 10:293, 10:324, 10:543
  • of West Indies, 8:77n

Marat, Jean Paul

  • leader of French Revolution, 8:230, 8:265, 8:265, 8:343

Marbeuf, Louis Charles René, comte de

  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:507

marble

  • Carrara, 8:161, 9:127, 9:384–9:385, 9:670, 9:671, 10:413–10:414
  • clocks, 10:673n
  • in N.Y., 8:209n
  • Pennsylvanian, 1:473
  • sent to TJ, 4:215, 4:220, 4:220, 4:487

Marbois. See Barbé Marbois, François de, marquis de

Marbury v. Madison

  • and J. Marshall, 4:302n
  • TJ on, 2:417, 2:473

Marcet, Jane Haldimand

  • Conversations on Chemistry: in which the elements of that science are familiarly explained, 1:36, 1:37, 1:581, 7:626

March, John, 1:37n

Marcus Aurelius Antoninus (121–180), Roman emperor, 6:299, 7:447

  • writings of, 9:60

Margaux (wine), 9:513n

Maria (TJ’s slave)

  • medical care of, 7:387, 7:387, 9:40
  • pot for, 8:70–8:71

Maria (TJ’s slave; b. 1776)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:382, 4:383, 4:383, 4:384, 4:385, 5:460, 6:309, 6:309, 6:310, 8:61, 8:61, 8:61, 8:62, 8:62, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255

Maria (TJ’s slave; b. 1797). See Lazaria (Maria) (TJ’s slave; b. 1797)

Maria (TJ’s slave; b. 1798)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:385, 5:461, 6:308, 8:61, 8:255
  • spinner, 4:380, 5:489, 5:663, 6:107

Maria (TJ’s slave; b. 1807). See Fossett, Maria (TJ’s slave; b. 1807)

Maria Amalia Teresa, duchesse d’Orléans, 10:353

Maria I, queen of Portugal, 2:276

Maria Theresa, archduchess of Austria and queen of Hungary and Bohemia

  • and Acta Sanctorum (J. de Bolland and others), 8:560, 8:561
  • daughter’s marriage, 2:242, 2:246n
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:504

Marie Antoinette, queen of France, 1:250n, 2:592, 9:317, 9:318n

Marie Louise, empress of France, 2:242, 2:246n, 5:215n, 7:97, 7:426n, 7:490, 7:491n, 9:391, 9:393n

Marie Thérèse Charlotte, duchesse d’Angoulême

  • ambitions of, 9:317, 9:318n
  • compared to Marie Antoinette, 9:318n

The Mariner’s Compass Rectified (A. Wakely), 4:244, 4:244n, 9:690

Marinot, Michael, 1:60, 1:60n, 1:71

Marion, Robert, 3:61, 3:62n

Mariotte, Edme

  • and barometric calculation of altitude, 9:314, 9:316–9:317n

Marius, Gaius

  • P. S. Du Pont de Nemours on, 4:329

Mark, Jacob, 5:454n

Markham, Mary, 1:67, 1:68n

Markley, Benjamin A.

  • An Oration Delivered on the 4th July, 1811, in commemoration of American Independence, before the ’76 Association, 4:105, 4:106n

Markoe, John, 3:624

Markoe, Peter

  • J. Adams on, 4:474, 4:476n
  • mentioned, 6:255

Marks, Dr., 6:291

Marks, Anne Scott Jefferson (TJ’s sister; Hastings Marks’s wife)

  • health of, 4:416, 4:481, 10:107
  • identified, 6:35n
  • and J. L. Jefferson, 9:488
  • and R. Jefferson, 6:134–6:135, 6:215, 8:636
  • letters from accounted for, 3:655
  • letters to accounted for, 2:683, 3:655, 4:134n, 4:416–4:417n, 5:687, 8:563n, 8:636n, 9:32–9:33, 9:33n, 9:489n
  • and H. Marks’s estate, 4:510–4:512, 5:17–5:18, 5:73, 5:73n, 5:96, 5:428–5:429, 6:34, 6:136, 6:136n, 6:378, 7:518, 10:666
  • mentioned, 6:348, 8:235, 8:563, 10:537
  • moves to Monticello, 4:417n
  • sends greetings to M. Minor, 6:136
  • visits R. Jefferson and family, 7:518, 7:534, 8:390, 8:400, 9:32
  • will of, 6:34–6:35

Marks, Hastings (TJ’s brother-in-law; Anne Scott Jefferson Marks’s husband)

  • death of, 4:416
  • estate of, 4:510–4:512, 5:17–5:18, 5:18n, 5:73, 5:95–5:96, 5:428–5:429, 6:34, 6:135–6:136, 6:338n, 6:378, 6:413, 7:518, 10:665–10:666
  • TJ makes payment for, 7:708, 10:666n

Marks, James

  • and Southwest Mountain tract, 2:101, 2:103n, 2:227

Marks, John, 2:34, 2:294

Marks, Lucy Meriwether Lewis (Meriwether Lewis’s mother)

  • books for, 10:445, 10:446n

Marlborough, John Churchill, Duke of, 8:683

Marlborough, Sarah Jennings Churchill, Duchess of, 8:683

Marmontel, Jean François, 10:13

Marr, George Washington Lent

  • militia service of, 7:161, 7:161

Marr, James

  • and firewood lease, 5:607–5:608

marriage

  • contracts, 2:17, 4:616
  • P. S. Du Pont de Nemours on, 5:612, 8:502, 9:612–9:613, 10:46
  • in France, 1:121, 1:122n, 5:214, 5:215n
  • laws on, 8:374, 8:376n
  • in literature, 3:634n
  • of Napoleon, 2:242, 2:246n, 2:287, 2:466, 3:198
  • and old bachelors, 8:332
  • of slaves, 8:173, 8:173, 8:174, 8:185, 8:185, 8:186
  • of M. E. Thweatt, 2:68, 2:70n, 2:142n

marrons d’Inde. See chestnut: horse

Mars (C. Bellini’s slave)

  • and C. Bellini estate, 9:491

Marseille. See also Cathalan, Stephen (Étienne) (1757–1819)

  • during French Revolution, 10:171
  • memorial from merchants of, 9:471, 9:471n, 9:570, 9:573n
  • political situation in, 9:210–9:211, 9:570
  • TJ on, 8:326
  • visitors to, 10:119, 10:119n, 10:119n, 10:216

Marshall, Edward, 6:453, 6:454, 6:454n

Marshall, John

  • and batture controversy, 2:396n, 2:462, 2:473, 2:474n, 2:517, 2:518n, 2:660, 2:662
  • and A. Burr’s treason trial, 2:417, 2:417n, 2:473, 5:143–5:144, 5:145n, 7:148, 7:151n
  • as chief justice of U.S. Supreme Court, 10:229n
  • and J. Delaplaine’s Repository, 9:352
  • and Fletcher v. Peck, 2:417, 2:417n
  • identified, 4:302n
  • Life of George Washington, 1:589, 1:590n, 1:619, 1:634n, 3:564, 3:565n, 6:258, 6:258, 6:258, 6:440, 7:216–7:217, 7:494–7:495, 7:546–7:547, 7:549–7:550, 7:550–7:551n, 7:664, 8:472, 8:619, 8:620n, 8:657, 8:659n, 8:672, 9:219, 9:368, 9:549, 9:550–9:551n, 10:276
  • and Livingston v. Jefferson, 4:291–4:292, 4:304
  • and Marbury v. Madison, 2:417, 2:417n, 2:473
  • mentioned, 5:127n
  • opinion in Livingston v. Jefferson, 4:297–4:303, 5:58, 5:59n, 5:176n
  • and Richmond Society for Promoting Agriculture, 3:351n
  • as secretary of state, 6:195n
  • TJ on, 2:416, 2:420, 2:421n, 2:473, 3:118, 3:119n, 3:124, 3:125n, 3:204, 5:135, 6:195, 10:609
  • J. Tyler on, 2:387
  • witnesses stucco demonstration, 1:195n

Marshall, William

  • circuit court clerk, 2:396n, 4:304n, 5:240, 5:240n, 6:90–6:91, 6:106, 6:116, 9:449, 9:449, 9:449n
  • identified, 5:240n
  • letters from accounted for, 5:240n
  • letters to, 5:240–5:241, 9:449–9:450

martagon. See lily

Martial (Roman poet)

  • C. Thomson quotes, 10:59, 10:60–10:61n
  • TJ quotes, 9:341, 9:342n

martial law

  • and American Revolution, 10:422–10:423, 10:423n
  • and batture controversy, 3:120–3:121

Martin (J. W. Eppes’s slave)

  • delivers letter, 4:131, 8:100n, 10:600n
  • training of, 10:600, 10:673

Martin (TJ’s slave; b. 1809)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:385, 4:385, 5:462, 6:308, 6:309, 8:62, 8:255

Martin, Mr.

  • and D. B. Warden, 7:428n

Martin, Benjamin

  • Philosophia Britannica, 7:626
  • The Philosophical Grammar: being a view of the Present State of Experimental Physiology, or Natural Philosophy, 1:581

Martin, Cyril

  • ship captain, 9:569–9:570

Martin, François Xavier

  • and batture controversy, 6:389, 6:395, 6:434–6:436, 6:437n
  • identified, 2:212n
  • judicial appointment of, 1:25, 2:211–2:212, 2:333
  • letters from, 2:211–2:212
  • term reports of, 3:233, 3:235, 3:247n
  • TJ on, 2:333

Martin, James

  • identified, 2:6n
  • letter from T. S. McCleland to, 2:303
  • letters from, 2:50–2:51, 2:148–2:149, 2:303
  • letters to, 2:5–2:6, 2:78–2:79, 2:232–2:233
  • and sale of TJ’s Ivy Creek tract, 1:670–1:671, 2:5–2:6, 2:6, 2:50–2:51, 2:78–2:79, 2:148, 2:149n, 2:232, 4:677
  • and TJ’s land dispute with Scott, 2:149, 2:303, 2:303
  • and TJ’s timber, 10:356, 10:389

Martin, James (of New York)

  • on British corruption, 6:432, 6:433n, 6:632
  • identified, 6:433n
  • letters from, 6:431–6:433, 6:632–6:633
  • and J. Quincy, 6:432, 6:433n, 6:518, 6:518
  • sends newspaper articles to TJ, 6:632–6:633
  • 1796 oration of, 6:431–6:432, 6:433n, 6:518, 6:518
  • on term limits, 6:432, 6:433n, 6:433n
  • as Treasury Department official, 6:432
  • on treaty powers, 6:433n

Martin, Luther, 2:204, 2:204–2:205n

Martin, Maria Margherita. See Derieux, Maria Margherita Martin (Peter Derieux’s wife)

Martin, Richard G., 2:149n, 2:234n

Martin, Thomas C.

  • drill of, 6:382, 6:382, 6:454, 6:514, 6:515n, 7:106, 7:246, 7:306, 10:32

Martin, William Peters

  • Campbell Co. surveyor, 1:671, 2:232n, 2:322–2:323, 2:324n, 4:308–4:309, 4:309–4:310n, 4:680, 5:34, 5:40–5:41, 5:48–5:50, 5:229, 5:236n
  • identified, 5:41n
  • letters from, 5:48–5:50
  • letters to, 5:40–5:41, 5:339–5:340
  • and TJ’s land dispute with S. Scott, 5:339–5:340, 5:361, 5:361n

Martin Dawson & Company (Milton firm), 4:74, 4:74n, 5:92n, 6:54

  • letters from, 7:225, 7:231
  • and TJ’s corn contract with C. Peyton, 7:225, 7:231

Martin du Colombier, Joseph

  • identified, 10:633n
  • and Société Agricole et Manufacturière Française, 10:631–10:632, 10:635, 10:636n, 10:670

Martin v. Hunter’s Lessee, 9:44, 9:46n, 9:72–9:73, 9:120–9:121

marvel-of-Peru, 1:57, 1:58n

marvel-of-Peru, sweet-scented, 5:358

Marx, George, 5:624–5:625n

Mary (TJ’s slave; b. 1776)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387

Mary (TJ’s slave; b. 1780). See Hern, Mary (TJ’s slave; b. 1780)

Mary (TJ’s slave; b. 1788)

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

Mary (TJ’s slave; b. 1792)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:382, 4:383, 4:384, 4:385, 5:461, 6:309, 8:61, 8:62, 8:255, 8:255
  • pot for, 8:70–8:71

Mary (TJ’s slave; b. 1801). See Colbert, Mary (TJ’s slave; b. 1801)

Mary (Jesus’s mother; New Testament figure), 10:505, 10:506

Mary and Her Cat (Fenwick), 1:294, 1:294n

Mary Anne (TJ’s slave)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 5:462, 6:308, 8:62, 8:255

Maryland

  • Allegany Co. citizens, TJ writes to, 1:94
  • British raids on Eastern Shore, 6:546n
  • calls for federal assistance from, 6:154–6:155, 6:155n
  • elections in, 1:515–1:516, 1:517n, 4:36–4:37, 4:151–4:152, 4:153n, 4:177–178, 5:396, 5:397n
  • Federalists in, 8:419–8:420
  • Frederick Academy, 2:173, 2:174n
  • Hagerstown, 1:26–1:28
  • legislature of, 1:361n, 2:124–2:125, 2:125n, 6:155n, 6:170n, 7:111, 7:112, 7:113n, 7:177n
  • militia of, 6:155n
  • newspapers in, 1:28n, 1:99n, 1:107n, 1:303–1:304, 4:37n, 4:177–178, 4:234, 4:336, 4:338n
  • Queen Annes Co. Republicans, 1:62–1:63, 1:127–1:128
  • sheep husbandry in, 1:478
  • study of law in, 6:208
  • U.S. circuit court in, 6:354n, 6:453, 6:454, 7:108, 7:109n, 7:131, 7:170
  • Washington Co. Republicans, 1:26–1:28, 1:98–1:99, 4:36–4:37
  • wheat harvest in, 2:496
  • wine from, 4:176–4:177

Maryland Herald, and Hagers-Town Weekly Advertiser (newspaper)

  • prints Republican essay, 4:37n
  • prints TJ’s correspondence, 1:28n, 1:99n

Maryland Republican (Annapolis newspaper), 1:303–1:304

Mascouten Indians, 6:323–6:324

Maskelyne, Nevil

  • W. Lambert uses rules of, 4:254, 4:261, 5:249
  • Tables requisite to be used with the Nautical Ephemeris for finding the Latitude and Longitude at Sea, 4:55, 4:55n, 4:244, 4:244–4:245n, 8:674n

Mason, Anna Maria Murray (John Mason’s wife), 2:481, 2:544

Mason, Armistead Thomson

  • gubernatorial prospects of, 8:47
  • as U.S. senatorial candidate, 8:47, 10:672

Mason, Charles

  • surveyor, 9:689

Mason, Elizabeth Beltzhoover (John T. Mason’s wife)

  • mentioned, 7:347, 7:348, 7:570
  • sends textile samples to TJ, 7:348, 7:460, 7:569–7:570, 7:593

Mason, George

  • and G. R. Clark’s 1779 expedition, 4:378
  • introduces I. McPherson to TJ, 6:353, 6:354n
  • and revision of Va. laws, 1:381–1:382, 3:570, 5:136, 7:549
  • TJ on, 7:411, 7:411, 7:548

Mason, Jeremiah

  • as U.S. senator, 7:202n

Mason, John (British author)

  • Essays on poetical and prosaic numbers, and elocution, 1:576, 7:629

Mason, John (of Georgetown)

  • agent for S. Cathalan, 9:576
  • chairs meeting of Georgetown Republicans, 1:21–1:22
  • commissioner of Cumberland Road, 1:173
  • correspondence for TJ forwarded through, 7:505–7:506, 8:534
  • and customs collectorship, 4:488
  • Georgetown ferry of, 1:52n, 8:290
  • gives seeds to TJ, 2:481, 2:543
  • identified, 1:23n
  • introduces J. Eliason to TJ, 6:92
  • letters from, 2:542–2:544, 6:92, 8:534
  • letters to, 2:481–2:482
  • and merino sheep, 2:3, 2:246

Mason, John Mitchell

  • proposed biography of A. Hamilton, 2:145–2:146, 2:147n, 2:176
  • as provost of Columbia College, 9:297–9:298, 9:298n
  • TJ on, 2:176

Mason, John Thomson (1765–1824)

  • and domestic manufacturing, 7:347–7:348, 7:569–7:570, 7:593
  • and election of 1800, 2:173, 2:173
  • identified, 7:348n
  • letters from, 7:347–7:348
  • letters to, 7:569–7:570
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:625

Mason, John Thomson (1787–1850)

  • identified, 4:53n
  • letter of introduction for, from R. Wash, 4:53

Mason, Maria Jefferson, 3:xlvii

Mason, Richard

  • The Gentleman’s New Pocket Companion, 5:447, 5:448n, 5:455

Mason, Stevens Thomson

  • family of, 4:53
  • as U.S. senator, 6:255

Mason, William, 2:543

Mason’s Island (Analostan Island; later Theodore Roosevelt Island)

  • chicory grown on, 4:19
  • ferry to, 4:26, 4:28n

Massa, Maria Beatrice d’Este, duchess of

  • and export duties, 10:414

Massachusetts. See also newspapers

  • and canals, 2:674, 10:674
  • charters American Antiquarian Society, 7:47, 8:208, 8:208n
  • commissioner of loans for, 8:407, 8:408n
  • Committee of Correspondence, 9:219–9:220, 9:368, 9:369n
  • constitution of, 2:367n
  • Council of, 6:285
  • deference to certain families in, 6:564, 6:626
  • elections in, 2:348, 2:349n, 2:367, 2:429–2:430, 2:533, 2:537, 3:638, 4:612, 5:453, 5:453n
  • Essex Co. Republicans, 1:85–1:86
  • Federalists in, 4:83, 4:84n, 4:84n, 4:612, 5:125–5:126, 5:303, 5:317–5:318, 7:92, 8:110, 8:286, 8:358, 10:65, 10:259
  • gardening in, 1:671–1:673
  • governor of, 7:65, 7:67n, 7:520, 7:596, 8:358, 8:444n
  • and Hartford Convention, 8:163, 9:89, 9:250n
  • historical manuscript concerning, 7:520, 7:520–7:521n, 7:595–7:596
  • legislature of, protests Embargo, 1:86n
  • Medical Society, 1:35, 1:51n
  • naturalization in, 2:343
  • newspapers, 4:92
  • racial definitions in, 8:374–8:375, 8:376n
  • relations with Great Britain, 6:519, 6:519, 7:92, 7:92, 7:452–7:453, 7:478, 8:110, 8:230–8:231, 8:265, 8:358
  • Republicans in, 3:28, 4:92, 4:475, 5:317–5:318, 8:110
  • sedition in, 5:317–5:318
  • Senate, 3:553, 3:553n, 6:633n
  • supreme court, 6:599, 6:599n, 7:129, 8:374, 8:376n
  • TJ on, 8:110, 8:134, 8:230–8:231, 8:265, 8:358
  • and trade restrictions, 2:538
  • and U.S. fishing rights, 7:452–7:453, 7:455n, 7:478
  • U.S. Marine Hospital, 1:295–1:300, 5:641–5:642, 5:642n
  • works on, 6:44, 6:82

Massachusetts Agricultural Journal

  • sent to TJ, 8:678, 8:679n, 9:75–9:76

Massachusetts Historical Society

  • collections of, 9:177

Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture

  • publishes Massachusetts Agricultural Journal, 8:678, 8:679n
  • I. H. Tiffany on, 10:661

Masséna, André, Duc de Rivoli and Prince d’Essling, 1:371, 1:372

Massie, Charles

  • identified, 9:124–9:125n
  • letter from accounted for, 9:267n
  • letters from, 9:269–9:270
  • letters to, 9:124–9:125, 9:267
  • TJ buys cider from, 8:12, 8:12n, 9:124, 9:262n, 9:267, 9:269, 9:270n

Massillon, Jean Baptiste

  • Sermons, 7:627

Massinger, Philip, 7:664

Masson, Francis De

  • identified, 8:251n
  • as instructor at United States Military Academy, 8:249–8:250, 8:251n
  • introduced to TJ, 8:250, 8:251n
  • letter from, 8:249–8:251
  • military writings of, 8:250, 8:251n
  • pursues consular appointment, 8:250, 8:251n
  • on thermometrical navigation, 3:93, 3:95n
  • TJ forwards letter of, 8:482
  • and United States Military Philosophical Society, 8:250

mastodon (mammoth, Ohio)

  • B. S. Barton on, 2:507, 2:508–2:509
  • bones analyzed by Institut de France, 1:100–1:101, 1:103–1:104, 1:187, 1:248–1:249
  • G. Cuvier on, 5:94, 5:94n, 5:572–5:573, 8:238
  • dinner held in skeleton of, 1:104
  • in Entrance Hall at Monticello, 8:238, 10:397, 10:398, 10:398, 10:644
  • excavated by C. W. Peale, 1:101n, 1:103–1:104
  • jawbone of, 1:380 (illus.)
  • at Philadelphia Museum, 1:46n, 1:187, 10:397, 10:399
  • C. Wistar on, 6:253, 6:415–6:416

mastodonte. See mastodon (mammoth, Ohio)

Mat (laborer)

  • paid for work, 7:45, 7:45n

A Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary (C. Hutton), 7:251, 7:253n

The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy (I. Newton; ed. W. Davis; trans. A. Motte), 7:282, 7:286n, 7:292, 7:293n, 7:305, 7:324, 8:4699:317n

Mathematical Tables (C. Hutton), 1:576, 4:148, 4:149n, 8:674n, 9:60, 9:131, 9:274

Mathematical Tables (Sherwin), 4:148, 4:149n

mathematics

  • algebra, 7:638, 7:658, 7:659, 7:663, 7:666, 7:686, 10:357, 10:386
  • books on, 1:37, 1:576, 4:148, 4:149n, 5:14, 5:416–5:417, 5:442, 5:443n, 5:447, 5:447, 5:448n, 5:455, 5:493, 5:501, 5:523, 6:157, 6:381, 6:381, 7:250–7:253, 7:286, 7:458, 7:458, 7:458n, 7:458n, 7:626, 7:683, 8:56, 8:301, 8:309–8:310, 8:469, 8:481–8:482, 8:482n, 8:640, 8:660, 8:670, 8:670, 8:674n, 8:685, 8:685, 8:686, 9:60, 9:60, 9:69–9:70, 9:82n, 9:107, 9:229n, 10:235, 10:336, 10:357, 10:386, 10:645
  • Boscovich’s curve, 7:557, 7:560n
  • calculus, 7:638, 7:658, 7:659, 7:663, 7:666, 7:686, 9:191–9:192
  • collegiate education in, 7:480, 7:480, 7:637, 7:638, 7:638, 7:639, 7:640, 7:641, 7:658, 7:662–7:663, 7:666, 7:667, 7:686, 7:686, 9:529
  • diagrams, 9:154–9:156
  • elementary education in, 7:637, 7:640, 7:685, 10:336, 10:338
  • geometry, 7:638, 7:639
  • logarithms, 9:189–9:192, 9:314, 9:315
  • Napier’s theorem, 7:250–7:253, 7:253–7:255, 9:79, 9:80n, 9:107, 9:227–9:229, 9:229n
  • statistics, 7:663, 7:667, 7:686
  • study of, 1:520, 1:535, 1:557, 1:576, 7:481, 7:668, 8:341, 9:608, 10:485n, 10:542
  • TJ on, 1:633, 2:110, 2:134, 2:295, 2:536, 4:162, 5:366, 7:625–7:626, 9:608
  • trigonometry, 7:638, 7:659, 7:662, 7:666, 9:69–9:70, 9:79, 9:80–9:82, 9:107, 9:159–9:168, 9:188, 9:227–9:229, 9:313–9:314, 9:314–9:315

Mather, Cotton

  • Magnalia Christi Americana: or, the Ecclesiastical History of New-England, 7:199

Mather, James

  • and batture controversy, 2:441n, 2:444–2:445n, 2:446n, 2:471, 2:657, 2:658n, 2:662, 2:681–2:682, 3:159–3:161, 3:233–3:235, 3:235–3:237, 3:247n, 3:475n, 3:477, 3:484, 3:486n, 5:86n, 5:86–5:87n
  • and G. Du Jareau, 2:373, 2:484, 2:487n, 2:657, 3:233, 3:234n, 3:484
  • identified, 2:662–2:663n
  • letters from, 3:233–3:235, 3:258
  • letters to, 2:662–2:663, 3:478–3:479, 4:639
  • letters to W. C. C. Claiborne from, 3:52–3:53, 3:157–3:158, 3:159–3:161
  • procures batture documents for TJ, 3:258, 3:326, 3:478–3:479
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:624, 4:639

Mathers, James

  • death of, 4:124, 4:164

Mathews, Benjamin

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

Mathews, George

  • signs document, 2:443n
  • as U.S. agent in E. Fla., 4:665

Mathurin, Antoine René Charles, comte de La Forest, 1:537

Matilda (TJ’s slave; b. 1811). See Hern, Matilda (TJ’s slave; b. 1811)

Matlack, Timothy

  • identified, 5:25–5:26n
  • and perpetual-motion machine, 5:558, 5:559n
  • recommended by C. Wistar, 5:25, 5:26n, 5:81
  • TJ on, 5:94

mattocks, 8:313

Maturin, Charles Robert

  • The Wild Irish Boy, 1:391, 1:397n

Maupin

  • Nouvelle méthode non encore publiée pour planter et cultiver la vigne, 2:82

Mauray, George. See Murray, George

Maurice, Duke of Saxony

  • and sectarian violence, 8:551

Maury, Fontaine

  • and death of G. Jefferson, 5:258, 5:289–5:290, 5:306, 5:309
  • identified, 5:258–5:259n
  • introduces M. H. M. Eggleston and J. S. Maury to TJ, 8:628
  • letters from, 5:258–5:259, 8:628
  • letters to, 5:309

Maury, James

  • on Anglo-American relations, 9:16–9:17
  • on British economy, 10:512–10:513
  • as consul at Liverpool, 8:538
  • family of, 8:628, 9:17, 10:513
  • friend of TJ, 4:669–4:671, 5:251
  • friendship with R. Gwathmey, 10:513
  • J. Graham forwards letter to, 4:668, 5:72, 5:73n
  • health of, 5:252, 5:252–5:253, 8:453–8:454, 10:513
  • identified, 1:82n
  • letters from, 1:82–1:83, 5:251–5:253, 8:453–8:454, 9:16–9:18, 10:512–10:513
  • letters to, 4:669–4:671, 8:538–8:539, 8:539–8:541, 8:542–8:545
  • and purchase of books for TJ, 8:302, 8:538, 8:538–8:539, 8:580
  • and W. Roscoe’s financial difficulties, 10:512
  • sends produce prices, 1:82, 1:82, 4:664, 4:665n
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:625, 4:671

Maury, Mrs. James, 5:253

Maury, James, Sr., 1:82n

  • and Parsons’ Cause, 7:493–7:494, 7:546
  • and TJ’s education, 9:713

Maury, James Sifrein

  • health of, 9:17
  • identified, 8:628n
  • visits Monticello, 8:628, 9:17, 10:513

Maury, Matilda Hill. See Eggleston, Matilda Hill Maury

Maury, Matthew, 1:82, 1:83n, 5:646n, 6:426, 6:426n

Maury, Reuben

  • payments to, 3:215
  • petition to General Assembly, 4:346–4:349, 5:378–5:380

Maury, Thomas T.

  • militia service of, 7:161

Maury, Thomas Walker

  • Albemarle Co. school of, 4:493
  • and Central College, 7:266, 9:361, 9:365, 9:406–9:407
  • health of, 10:659
  • identified, 4:500n
  • introduces R. N. Smith, 4:499
  • letters from, 4:499–4:500, 9:365, 9:400–9:401
  • letters to, 9:406–9:407, 9:439–9:441, 10:582–10:583
  • and petition of J. Miller, 9:279, 9:365, 9:401, 9:439–9:440, 9:523, 9:523n
  • and proposed Albemarle Co. road, 10:582, 10:582–10:583, 10:659, 10:664
  • as Va. legislator, 9:331, 9:365, 9:400–9:401, 9:406–9:407, 9:439–9:441, 9:496
  • welcomes TJ, 1:47n

Maury, Walker, 3:540n

Maverick, Peter

  • engraves portrait, 7:xliii–7:xliv
  • Map of the Western Part of the State of New York, 3:597–3:598

Maxcy, Jonathan

  • president of South Carolina College, 8:353, 8:354n

Maximes of Reason: or, the Reason of the Common Law of England (E. Wingate), 7:147–7:148

Maximus of Tyre

  • Dissertations de Maxime de Tyr, philosophe platonicien, 1:35

Maxwell, James, 6:429n, 7:63, 7:64n

May, John

  • sells horse to TJ, 9:51, 9:52n

May dukes cherry, 3:644–3:645, 3:645n

Mayer, Christian. See also Mayer & Brantz (Philadelphia firm)

  • identified, 1:50n

Mayer & Brantz (Philadelphia firm)

  • identified, 1:50n
  • letters from accounted for, 1:50n
  • letters to, 1:50
  • TJ orders books from, 1:50

Mayetiola destructor. See Hessian fly

Mayo, John, 6:304

Mayo, Philip, 3:432

Mayo, William

  • draws plan of Richmond, 4:288n
  • surveyor, 9:686–9:687, 9:692n

Mazarin, Jules

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

Mazzei, Antonia Antoni (Philip Mazzei’s second wife)

  • and P. Mazzei’s estate, 9:644, 9:674, 9:675, 9:675, 10:272, 10:273, 10:476
  • and P. Mazzei’s finances, 3:377, 3:381n, 8:691, 9:126

Mazzei, Domenico

  • family of, 9:673

Mazzei, Elisabetta. See Pini, Elisabetta Mazzei (Philip Mazzei’s daughter; Andrea Pini’s wife)

Mazzei, Marie Hautefeuille “Petronille” Martin (Philip Mazzei’s first wife), 6:305, 6:306n

Mazzei, Philip

  • Albemarle Co. lands of, 6:523
  • and C. Bellini’s sisters, 3:375–3:377, 3:381n, 4:68–4:69, 4:80, 7:694, 9:113, 9:118n, 9:136, 9:491, 9:491, 10:249
  • and bust of G. Washington, 8:161
  • S. Cathalan forwards letter to, 4:325
  • commissions copies of paintings for TJ, 7:342n
  • death of, 9:583, 9:644, 9:669–9:670, 10:57, 10:91, 10:201, 10:247–10:248, 10:249n, 10:272, 10:273n, 10:411
  • death record of, 9:669, 9:672–9:673n, 10:250
  • and P. Derieux, 3:395, 3:576, 6:269, 6:270, 6:320–6:321, 6:332, 6:334, 6:335, 6:337, 7:89, 9:114–9:115, 9:118n, 9:118n, 9:119n, 9:119n, 9:251–9:252, 9:399–9:400, 9:400n, 9:451–9:452, 10:201–10:202, 10:203n, 10:251, 10:252n, 10:272–10:273, 10:494–10:495, 10:538
  • desires to visit Monticello, 3:377
  • family of, 3:77n, 3:381n, 3:395n, 8:690, 8:691, 9:349–9:350, 10:201, 10:203n, 10:272, 10:273
  • health of, 6:306, 6:320, 7:694, 7:697, 8:689–8:691, 9:114, 9:115, 9:118n, 9:126, 9:349–9:350, 9:400, 9:583
  • identified, 3:380–3:381n
  • invites TJ to Italy, 9:115, 9:115, 9:115, 9:118n
  • and A. F. Jaucourt, 10:201, 10:202
  • letters from, 3:375–3:382, 7:693–7:697, 9:112–9:120
  • letters from accounted for, 5:577n, 9:583n
  • letters from mentioned, 6:45, 8:36, 9:102, 9:102n, 9:122
  • letters to, 4:34–4:35, 7:87–7:89, 8:323–8:324, 8:653–8:655
  • letters to mentioned, 4:35, 7:349, 8:673
  • Memorie della Vita e delle Peregrinazioni del fiorentino Filippo Mazzei (ed. G. Capponi), 9:669–9:670, 9:673n
  • naturalization of, 6:106n
  • plans to move to Va., 8:690, 9:115, 9:115
  • as Polish chargé d’affaires, 9:115
  • power of attorney from, 3:382–3:383, 5:597–5:598, 5:598n, 5:621–5:622, 9:291
  • Recherches historiques et politiques sur les États-Unis de l’Amérique Septentrionale, 3:381n, 5:595–5:596n, 8:326, 9:219, 9:220n, 9:407–9:408, 9:531, 9:673n
  • Richmond property of, 3:375, 3:381n, 3:382, 3:383n, 3:396n, 4:34, 4:290–4:291, 5:264, 5:562, 5:575, 5:576n, 5:597–5:598, 5:599, 5:621–5:622, 5:656, 5:657, 5:657n, 5:660, 6:4, 6:12, 6:21, 6:43, 6:90–6:91, 6:106, 6:108, 6:113, 6:115, 6:116, 6:147, 6:168–6:169, 6:185–6:186, 6:268, 6:268n, 6:269, 6:294, 6:295, 6:305–6:306, 6:306, 6:306, 6:320–6:321, 6:321, 6:332, 6:334, 6:335, 6:337, 6:396, 7:88–7:89, 7:694–7:695, 7:697, 8:653–8:654, 8:689–8:690, 9:114, 9:118n, 9:119n, 9:119n, 9:120n, 9:120n, 9:126, 9:350, 9:583, 9:644, 9:670, 10:251, 10:252n, 10:272
  • sale of Colle, 3:541n
  • and sculptors for U.S. Capitol, 1:78, 1:113, 1:114n, 9:350, 9:351n, 9:670
  • TJ introduces B. S. Barton to, 8:323–8:324, 8:326
  • TJ on, 10:247–10:248
  • TJ’s debt to, 6:294–6:295, 8:653–8:654, 8:689–8:691, 9:583, 9:644, 9:670, 10:248, 10:251–10:252, 10:272
  • TJ’s letter forwarded to, 1:207, 7:693
  • and Vergennes, 10:202
  • visitors to, 9:102, 9:134, 9:135n
  • will of, 9:673–9:679, 10:57, 10:201, 10:250, 10:272, 10:273, 10:411, 10:494–10:495, 10:538
  • and winemaking in Va., 4:177

Mazzionetti, Mr.

  • compared to Napoleon, 7:477

Meacham, Banks

  • family of, 7:121, 7:122n
  • letters from accounted for, 5:687

Mead, Richard

  • De Peste Liber, 10:136

Mead, William, 5:32, 5:33n, 5:233

Meade, Richard Worsam

  • U.S. naval agent at Cádiz, 1:155, 1:156n

Meade, Simeon, 8:592

Means of Preserving Health, and Preventing Diseases (Ricketson), 1:257, 1:257n, 1:294–1:295

Mease, James

  • on apples, 7:381–7:382, 7:444–7:445, 7:492, 7:713
  • Archives of Useful Knowledge, 3:51n, 3:95n, 5:364–5:365, 5:365n
  • “Description of some of the Medals, Struck in relation to Important Events in North America,” 9:55n
  • edits Domestic encyclopædia (Willich), 1:18, 1:19n, 1:252, 1:252n
  • and J. Hall’s agricultural improvements, 8:210
  • A. von Humboldt sends greetings to, 1:453n
  • identified, 7:382n
  • and W. Janes’s loom, 7:492, 7:552, 7:568, 8:15
  • letters from, 7:381–7:382, 7:492, 9:54–9:55, 10:303
  • letters to, 7:444–7:445, 9:91–9:92, 10:325–10:326
  • and medals, 9:54–9:55, 9:91–9:92
  • and merino wool, 1:16, 1:18, 1:18, 1:19n
  • The Picture of Philadelphia, giving an Account of its Origin, 3:51n, 4:186, 4:186n
  • and publication of B. Rush’s letters, 10:303, 10:325–10:326, 10:527
  • and F. A. Van der Kemp’s work on copper, 4:614

mechanics

  • study of, 7:638, 7:639

Mechanics Hall (New York City), 1:171

Mechunk River (Albemarle Co.), 3:314, 3:315n

medals

  • commemorating Declaration of Independence, 9:54, 9:91
  • commemorating Franco-American alliance, 9:91, 9:91–9:92n
  • commemorating Revolutionary War service, 9:54–9:55, 9:55n, 9:91, 9:91–9:92n
  • honoring TJ, 10:116, 10:117n

Medical Inquiries and Observations, upon the Diseases of the Mind (B. Rush), 4:674, 4:674n, 6:15, 6:16n, 6:60–6:61, 7:26

Medical Reports, on the Effects of Water, Cold and Warm, as a remedy in Fever, and Febrile Diseases (J. Currie), 7:187–7:188, 7:188n

Medical Repository (1810), 3:333, 3:333n

Medici, Lorenzo

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

medicine. See also health; public health

  • antihemorrhagic powder, 7:387
  • antihysteric pills, 7:388
  • bandages, 10:364n
  • bird pepper, 6:127–6:128, 6:187–6:188
  • bloodletting, 5:181, 6:277, 7:345, 8:13, 10:105, 10:106, 10:150
  • books on, 1:237n, 1:257, 1:257n, 4:674, 7:458, 7:458n, 7:700–7:701, 8:388, 8:472, 8:472n, 8:672, 8:673n, 10:163–10:164, 10:234, 10:237n
  • bougies, 4:416
  • bound pamphlets on, 8:630
  • camphor, 4:102
  • cantharides, 7:387, 7:387
  • cataract surgery, 10:323–10:324
  • cathartics, 10:107n
  • cayenne pepper, 4:102, 6:377–6:378, 6:378n
  • chests, 6:103
  • cinchona (Peruvian bark), 4:18n, 5:670n, 6:241, 9:44, 9:44n, 10:150
  • collegiate education in, 7:638, 7:640, 7:641
  • colocynth, 10:107, 10:107n
  • cream of tartar, 10:107, 10:107n
  • dumbbells, 5:xlix, 5:310n, 5:358 (illus.)
  • electricity and theories of disease, 7:566, 7:567–7:568n
  • electric shock therapy, 5:22, 5:23n
  • flannel, 5:393
  • flores sulphuris, 10:107, 10:107n
  • Glauber’s salts, 6:343, 6:347, 6:349n
  • guaiacum (guajacum), 4:102
  • gum arabic, 7:387
  • horehound, 1:57
  • ipecac, 10:106, 10:107n
  • lancing, 10:106
  • laudanum, 2:226, 2:364, 10:286n
  • laxatives, 7:387
  • lead cerate, 10:106, 10:107n
  • lemon acid, 8:613, 8:627, 8:641
  • lunar caustic (silver nitrate), 4:416
  • mercury, 5:669, 7:345, 8:13, 9:44, 10:106, 10:106, 10:107n, 10:107n
  • molasses, 4:102, 4:381, 10:107n
  • nosology, 7:152, 7:207, 7:565–7:567, 7:687
  • ointments, 10:107, 10:107n, 10:107n
  • operations, 6:516–6:517, 8:245
  • opium, 4:102, 9:44, 10:106, 10:107n
  • paregoric, 7:387
  • and physicians, 3:435–3:436
  • plants used as, 1:56–1:57, 1:84, 1:84n, 3:419, 3:604, 5:30, 9:185
  • plasters, 7:387, 9:40, 9:40n
  • professional education in, 7:639, 7:639, 7:640, 7:687
  • reforms in practice of, 10:163–10:164
  • Russian Castor (medicinal plant), 7:387
  • sassafras, 4:102
  • smallpox vaccination, 3:183n, 4:495, 9:78, 9:256, 9:717–9:718, 9:718n
  • snakebite cures, 1:57, 1:58n
  • soap, 4:102
  • spirit of hartshorn (ammonia), 4:102
  • sulfur, 4:62, 4:102, 10:107, 10:107n
  • sweet oil, 4:102
  • sweet spirit of nitre, 7:387, 7:388n
  • tartar emetic, 3:466–3:467
  • theories of, 8:668–8:669
  • TJ on, 2:178, 2:187, 5:669–5:670, 8:12–8:13, 8:341, 8:341, 8:342, 10:163–10:164
  • turpentine, 4:102, 4:102
  • use of heat in, 6:569–6:570, 6:615, 7:187–7:188, 8:232, 9:22–9:25, 9:43–9:44
  • vitriolic ether, 5:22, 5:23n
  • volatile salts, 4:102
  • wine, 8:232, 10:150
  • works on, bound for TJ, 1:36
  • works on, forwarded to TJ, 4:336, 4:338n, 4:394, 4:422–4:423, 4:494–4:495, 10:163–10:164

Mediterranean Sea

  • American trade on, 2:391

Médoc (wine), 9:513, 9:513n

Medway v. Natick

  • and legal definition of mulatto, 8:374, 8:376n

Meer, John

  • banknote engraved by, 10:165–10:166, 10:167 (illus.), 10:256
  • identified, 10:166n
  • letter from, 10:165–10:166
  • letter to, 10:256

Meerfeldt, Maximilian

  • death of, 9:391, 9:393n

megalonyx, 3:357, 3:472n, 8:348n, 10:165, 10:165n

Meibomius, Marcus

  • edits Diogenis Laertii De Vitis, Dogmatibus et Apophthegmatibus clarorum philosophorum Libri X. Græce et Latine (Diogenes Laertius), 9:195, 9:456

Meigs, Josiah

  • and British atrocities, 6:445–6:446, 6:515, 6:515
  • forwards book to TJ, 9:526, 9:647
  • health of, 6:446
  • identified, 5:297–5:298n
  • on Indians, 6:577
  • letters from, 5:297–5:298, 6:445–6:447, 6:576–6:577, 8:273, 9:526
  • letters to, 5:373, 5:417–5:418, 6:515, 8:351–8:352, 9:647
  • promises to visit TJ, 8:273
  • Republican sympathies of, 5:297–5:298n, 8:273
  • seeks appointment, 5:297, 5:372–5:373, 5:395–5:396, 5:469
  • as surveyor general of U.S., 5:417–5:418
  • TJ recommends for position, 5:373, 5:373–5:374
  • on War of 1812, 6:576–6:577, 8:273

Meigs, Return Jonathan (1740–1823), 1:6

  • as Cherokee Indian agent, 7:164

Meigs, Return Jonathan (ca. 1765–1825), 5:336, 5:337n

  • identified, 8:352n
  • letter to, 8:352
  • as postmaster general, 7:197n, 7:273, 7:275, 7:275n, 7:313, 7:314n, 8:352, 8:415, 9:184, 9:184n, 9:194, 9:653–9:654

Meigs, Timothy, 1:26

Meikle, Andrew

  • inventor of threshing machine, 7:86n, 8:369n

Meikle, George

  • inventor of threshing machine, 8:369n

Meikleham, Septimia Anne Randolph (TJ’s granddaughter), 6:438n

  • birth of, 7:178, 7:179n
  • and P. S. Du Pont de Nemours, 9:231, 9:234n, 9:235n, 9:235n, 9:271, 9:317–9:318, 9:613, 10:47, 10:328
  • and J. Hemmings, 10:516

Meister, Jacques Henri

  • Lettres sur la Vieillesse, 3:137, 3:137n, 3:393

melaena (black vomit), 6:377–6:378, 6:378n

Melampus, HMS, 4:19, 4:20n

Melia azedarach. See azedaracs (chinaberry)

Melinda (TJ’s slave; b. 1809)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:385, 4:385, 5:461, 6:308, 8:62, 8:255

Melish, John

  • on American politics, 8:152
  • on banking, 3:384, 3:388–3:391
  • on British government, 3:383–3:384
  • as cartographer, 8:76, 8:77n
  • circular letter of, 8:77n
  • A Description of the British Possessions in North America, 5:443n, 5:492, 5:493n, 5:501
  • engravers hired by, 8:77n, 8:77n
  • A Geographical Description of the United States, 10:543
  • Geographical Intelligence, 10:543, 10:543n
  • identified, 3:385–3:386n
  • letters from, 3:383–3:386, 4:423–4:424, 5:492–5:493, 5:625–5:630, 7:70, 8:75–8:78, 10:542–10:544
  • letters to, 3:440, 4:494, 5:562–5:566, 7:143–7:144, 8:133–8:135, 10:626–10:627
  • letters to J. Madison from, 3:386–3:392, 3:440, 8:78n
  • “List of Works Lately Published,” 8:77n
  • Map of the Seat of War in North America, 5:417, 6:157, 7:286
  • Map of the United States with the contiguous British & Spanish Possessions, 10:542–10:543, 10:543, 10:626–10:627
  • A Military and Topographical Atlas of the United States, 7:70, 7:70n, 7:143
  • proposal for printing a general atlas, 7:70n, 7:143–7:144, 8:76
  • proposal for printing an American atlas, 8:76, 8:77n, 8:77n, 8:133
  • and revised edition of TJ’s Notes on the State of Virginia, 8:76–8:77, 8:133–8:134
  • The Sine Qua Non: A Map of the United States, 8:75–8:76, 8:77n, 8:78n, 8:133
  • seeks TJ as subscriber, 4:423–4:424
  • store of, 8:77n, 8:77n
  • Travels in the United States of America, 3:386n, 3:386n, 4:423–4:424, 4:494, 5:492, 5:493n, 5:562–5:566, 5:628–5:629, 5:629–5:630n, 8:77n, 8:140
  • visits TJ at President’s House, 4:424n, 5:625–5:626, 5:628–5:629, 5:629–5:630n
  • works of, 8:75–8:78

Mellimelli, Sidi Soliman

  • TJ on, 5:218, 5:218n

Mélon, J. B.

  • witnesses document, 8:346

Melvin, James, 1:41, 1:42

“A Memoir concerning … Various Species of Serpents” (B. S. Barton), 8:422, 8:422–8:423n

Mémoire a Consulter, sur la Réclamation de la Batture, Située en Face du Faubourg Sainte-Marie de la Nouvelle-Orléans (Derbigny), 2:439, 2:441n, 2:446n, 2:531, 2:532n, 4:466

“Mémoire au soutien des droits des Etats-unis à la Batture du faubourg Ste Marie” (Moreau Lislet)

  • W. C. C. Claiborne searches for, 3:25, 3:168
  • summarized, 3:173–3:176n
  • L. W. Tazewell seeks, 3:271
  • TJ on, 3:109, 3:203, 3:226
  • TJ seeks, 3:30–3:31, 3:69, 3:118
  • TJ sends to counsel, 3:476, 3:482, 3:484, 3:499

“Mémoire aux républiques équinoxiales” (P. S. Du Pont de Nemours), 8:503, 8:508n, 9:231, 9:234n, 9:270–9:271, 9:306, 9:317, 9:611–9:612, 9:615–9:616n, 9:699, 10:40, 10:44–10:45

Memorie della Vita e delle Peregrinazioni del fiorentino Filippo Mazzei (P. Mazzei; ed. G. Capponi), 9:669–9:670, 9:673n

Mémoire en forme de consultation (Du Ponceau), 2:532n, 2:657, 2:658n

Mémoires Agricoles de 1806, 1:35

Mémoires de Frédérique Sophie Wilhelmine de Prusse, Margrave de Bareith (Frédérique Sophie Wilhelmine, margravine de Bayreuth; included in Book of Kings compiled by TJ). See also Book of Kings, 4:323, 4:324n, 4:676, 5:189, 5:363, 5:505–5:506, 6:274, 7:33–7:34, 8:33, 8:240

Mémoires de la Société d’Agriculture du département de la Seine

  • bound by J. Milligan, 1:35, 1:37
  • and A. F. Silvestre, 1:258, 1:259n, 1:611–1:612, 1:629, 1:630n
  • TJ receives, 2:536
  • TJ recommends, 2:83

Memoires de Maximilien de Bethune, Duc de Sully (Sully), 7:664, 10:234

Mémoires du Cardinal de Retz (Gondi), 7:664

Mémoires soumis à Troisième Classe de l’Institut (Du Pont de Nemours), 3:516, 3:517n, 3:517n

Mémoire sur la culture d’olivier et la maniere d’extraire l’huile des olives, 2:82, 2:83n

Mémoire sur le micromètre de cristal de Roche (A. M. Rochon), 4:676, 4:676n, 5:363, 5:507, 7:53

Mémoire sur les Etats-généraux, leurs droits, et la maniere de les convoquer (Antraigues), 4:270, 4:274n

Mémoire sur les Inconvéniens de la Franchise du Port de Marseille, 9:471, 9:471n

Memoir on American Forest Management (L. P. G. de Lormerie), 1:131–1:134, 1:342, 1:354

Memoir on a subterranean graphometer (Komarzewski), 1:535, 1:536n

A Memoir on the Cultivation of the Vine in America, and the Best Mode of Making Wine (Adlum), 1:587n

Memoirs (E. Ludlow), 1:37, 1:580, 7:629

Memoirs (W. Sampson), 8:388, 8:672

Memoirs of Bareuth. See Mémoires de Frédérique Sophie Wilhelmine de Prusse, Margrave de Bareith

Memoirs of Bryan Perdue: A Novel (T. Holcroft), 7:467, 7:468n

Memoirs of General Wilkinson (Wilkinson), 3:78–3:79, 3:100–3:102, 3:323–3:324, 3:325n, 3:359, 3:440–3:441, 3:543

Memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland (J. Dalrymple), 7:664

Memoirs of My Own Times (J. Wilkinson), 10:541

Memoirs of the Hon. Thomas Jefferson (Carpenter), 1:456, 1:457n

Memoirs of the Kings of Great Britain of the House of Brunswic-Lunenburg (W. Belsham), 3:122–3:123, 7:664

Memoirs of the Late Reverend Theophilus Lindsey, M.A. (T. Lindsey; T. Belsham), 6:145, 6:146, 6:146, 6:180, 6:192, 6:193, 6:204, 6:219, 6:226, 6:227, 6:228, 6:277, 6:278, 6:280, 6:367, 9:175, 9:176n, 9:595, 9:596n, 10:381

Memoirs of the Life of David Rittenhouse (W. Barton), 5:371, 5:372n, 7:150, 7:151n, 7:216–7:217, 7:398, 7:512, 7:554, 8:469, 9:204

Memoirs of the Life of the Rev. Richard Price (W. Morgan), 9:175, 9:175–9:176, 9:176n, 9:176n, 9:433

Memoirs of the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, 1:477, 1:479–1:480n, 4:161, 4:161n, 7:381, 7:382n, 7:492, 9:539n

Memoirs of the Protectorate-House of Cromwell (M. Noble), 7:389, 10:486

Memoirs of the Reign of George III (Belsham), 3:122–3:123

Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States (H. Lee), 6:122, 8:178, 8:179n

Memoirs of Thomas Brand-Hollis, Esq. (J. Disney), 9:175, 9:176n

Memoirs written by himself (R. Cumberland), 1:35, 7:659, 7:666n

Memoria Istorica del Contagio della Città di Messina Dell’anno MDCCXLIII (O. Turriano), 10:136, 10:147n

Memorial on the Natural, Political, and Civil State of the Province of Cohauila (M. Ramos Arizpe), 8:77n

Memorial to Congress on Evans’ Patent, 7:106, 7:106n, 7:108, 7:109n, 7:109n, 7:128–7:129, 7:130n, 7:170, 7:173n

Memoria sobre la Calentura Amarilla de las Américas (F. Piguillém and others), 10:129, 10:146n

Memoria sulla Peste di Smyrne del 1784 (E. G. Valli), 10:136, 10:147n

Memorie di matematica e fisica della Società Italiana delle scienze, 6:468, 6:469n

Memorie Idraulico-Storiche sopra la Val-di-Chiana (V. Fossombroni), 6:468, 6:469n, 7:302

Mengotti, Francesco

  • Del Commercio de’ Romani Dalla prima Guerra Punica, 1:36

Mennonites, 10:305, 10:587, 10:671

mental illness

  • of George III, 8:355, 8:356n
  • phobias, 8:332

Mentor (ship)

  • carries dispatches, 1:7, 1:169–1:170, 1:229, 1:314, 1:373, 1:374, 1:375
  • carries packages to TJ, 1:50n, 1:452, 1:522
  • departs France, 1:536
  • shepherd dogs carried on, 1:457

Mercantile Advertiser (New York City newspaper), 1:96n, 5:684–5:685, 5:685n

Mercer, Charles Fenton

  • as inspector general, 7:632, 7:633n
  • as Va. legislator, 9:287n, 9:332n, 9:398–9:399, 9:399n, 9:506, 10:295n

Mercer, Hugh

  • recommended for military appointment, 4:529

Mercer, John (1705–68)

  • owns manuscript of Va. laws, 8:418

Mercer, John (1788–1848)

  • meets Lafayette, 9:69
  • W. Scott recommends, 9:392
  • and trial of M. Ney, 9:391–9:392

Mercer, John Francis

  • family of, 9:69
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:625

merchants

  • and bills of exchange, 8:19, 8:430, 8:509
  • British sympathies of, 7:57–7:58, 7:248
  • TJ on, 7:248, 8:177, 8:178, 8:265, 8:306, 8:355

Mercier, Louis Sébastien

  • L’An Deux Mille Quatre Cent Quarante, 10:656
  • letters to mentioned, 6:8, 6:8n

mercury

  • as medicine, 8:13, 9:44, 10:106, 10:106, 10:107n, 10:107n
  • as treatment for syphilis, 5:669
  • used in thermometers, 8:214, 8:304, 10:xlvii

Meredith, Samuel

  • and P. Henry’s eloquence, 7:493

Meredith, William

  • and H. Marks’s estate, 7:518

meridian (astronomical instrument), 4:369, 4:370n

merino sheep. See also sheep

  • advertised for sale, 2:361, 2:361n
  • Aguirre breed, 2:667, 3:111, 3:168, 3:177
  • and J. Armstrong, 5:8n
  • arrive from Portugal, 4:40
  • and P. Bauduy, 1:667–1:668
  • books on, 3:321, 3:322n, 3:343, 3:343n
  • breeding of, 2:380, 2:389, 2:390, 2:457, 4:93, 6:31, 6:504, 7:93, 8:311
  • and R. Brent, 1:481
  • and A. Buffum, 5:495–5:496
  • and W. Caruthers, 3:201, 5:31, 5:596, 6:31
  • and W. J. Cary, 4:58, 4:61
  • and J. H. Cocke, 3:136, 3:147, 4:59, 4:61, 4:62
  • and W. Cranch, 5:142
  • and G. W. P. Custis, 1:667–1:668, 1:668n
  • and dogs, 4:161, 4:346, 6:369–6:370
  • and J. Dougherty, 1:199, 1:225, 1:286, 1:286, 1:310, 1:320–1:321, 1:467, 3:241, 3:242, 3:252, 5:454, 5:455n, 5:500
  • and E. I. du Pont de Nemours, 5:454, 5:455n, 9:236, 9:237n
  • French, 1:375–1:376, 1:479, 1:537–1:538, 1:584–1:585n, 2:32, 2:39, 2:39n, 7:404, 7:404
  • infected with scab, 2:418, 3:442, 3:453, 3:637, 5:80, 5:181, 5:182n
  • and W. Jarvis, 3:239–3:240, 4:62, 5:496
  • J. Koontz requests, 1:573
  • Lafayette to send to TJ, 1:529, 1:537–1:538, 1:629
  • and J. Madison, 5:596, 6:6, 6:6
  • and J. Mason, 1:23n
  • in Pa., 1:69n
  • Paular breed, 2:667, 3:111, 3:177
  • at Poplar Forest, 5:600
  • procurement from Spain, 2:3–2:4, 2:31–2:32, 2:165–2:166, 2:246, 2:480, 2:480n, 2:481, 2:667
  • Rambouillet flock, 2:379
  • sent to TJ and J. Madison, 2:165–2:166, 2:233, 2:234n, 2:313, 3:111, 3:148–3:149, 3:153, 3:154, 3:168, 3:176–3:177
  • W. Short on, 3:198
  • in Spain, 3:342–3:343, 3:343n, 5:198–5:199
  • and W. Thornton, 1:477–1:478, 3:63
  • TJ on, 2:31, 2:32, 3:240, 3:252, 5:129–5:130, 5:500, 5:600, 6:6, 6:397, 7:13, 7:52–7:53, 7:88, 8:311, 8:544
  • TJ raises, 4:637, 5:448, 8:234
  • TJ to provide Va. with, 2:388–2:389, 2:390, 2:409, 2:413, 2:418, 2:431, 2:457, 2:490–2:491, 2:492, 2:496n
  • wool of, 1:15–1:16, 1:17, 1:19n, 1:667, 3:637, 4:62, 4:686, 5:129–5:130, 5:130, 5:187, 6:6, 6:6, 7:52–7:53, 7:54, 7:460, 8:185, 8:234, 8:544, 10:547, 10:547

Meriwether, Mr. (son of William D. Meriwether)

  • as surveyor, 10:239, 10:293

Meriwether, David, 1:350

Meriwether, Thomas, 1:483–1:484, 3:432

Meriwether, William Douglas

  • borrows books from TJ, 4:562, 6:507
  • chairs Albemarle Co. meeting, 1:46–1:47, 1:74, 1:79
  • family of, 10:239
  • and Henderson case, 3:617, 6:50–6:51, 6:51n, 6:78–6:79, 6:79, 6:315, 6:316, 6:367, 7:117, 10:117, 10:471, 10:471–10:472n, 10:499–10:500, 10:590–10:591, 10:591, 10:622n, 10:623–10:624, 10:624
  • identified, 1:74n
  • letters from, 1:74, 1:483–1:484, 2:282, 2:286, 2:294, 3:650, 4:562, 10:117, 10:471–10:472, 10:590–10:591
  • letters to, 1:79, 2:97–2:98, 2:281–2:282, 2:293–2:294, 3:49, 6:507, 10:499–10:500, 10:591, 10:623–10:624
  • as M. Lewis’s executor, 2:123, 2:336, 2:567, 3:49, 3:110
  • and W. McClure’s debts, 5:174–5:175, 5:328–5:329, 5:574, 5:639–5:640
  • as member of Va. legislature, 2:97–2:98, 2:213
  • mentioned, 6:73
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254, 5:378–5:380, 10:581–10:582, 10:582–10:583, 10:629, 10:664
  • purchases land in Albemarle Co., 9:554, 9:554n
  • recommends C. Veltenair, 3:650
  • and Rivanna Company, 6:634, 10:601
  • and Rivanna River navigation, 3:287, 5:440–5:441, 5:441n, 10:348
  • road proposed by, 10:581–10:582, 10:582–10:583, 10:629, 10:664
  • sends barley to TJ, 4:562
  • and TJ’s dispute with E. Alexander, 2:240n, 2:280, 2:281, 2:286, 2:286–2:287, 2:294
  • trees retrieved from, 2:293, 2:294

Merrimack Boating Company, 10:674, 10:675, 10:675, 10:676n

Merrimack River

  • improved navigation on, 10:674, 10:676n

Merry, Anthony

  • British minister to U.S., 4:670

Message from his Excellency the Governor (Gerry)

  • sent to TJ, 5:6, 5:7n

Message from the President of the United States, communicating Further Information in relation to a Public Road from the City of Washington to New-Orleans (1805; Thomas Jefferson), 9:510n

Message from the President of the United States, communicating A Report of the Surveyor of the Public Buildings at the City of Washington (1806), 3:537n

A Message of the President of the United States to Congress Relative to France and Great-Britain (George Washington), 1:487, 1:487n, 1:569–1:570, 1:570n

Messages to Congress (Thomas Jefferson), 1:569–1:570

Messina

  • yellow fever in, 10:131

Metamorphoses (L. Apuleius), 10:589

Metamorphoses (Ovid)

  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:661
  • J. Minellius’s notes on, 8:670, 8:685
  • ordered by TJ, 9:274, 9:464
  • quoted by TJ, 10:191, 10:192n

metaphysics

  • books on, 5:223, 5:276
  • study of, 7:480, 7:662–7:663, 7:667, 7:686, 7:715, 9:529

Metastasio, Pietro

  • Adriano in Siria, 7:452, 7:455n
  • Poesie, 7:455n

Meteor (brig), 4:360

meteorological observations. See also weather

  • in Arkansas by J. B. Treat, 1:97, 1:98n, 1:482, 1:608–1:609, 1:609n, 2:46–2:47, 2:135, 2:198, 2:226
  • N. Chapman seeks, 1:663, 2:70–2:71
  • by C. Clay, 3:396–3:397
  • in Ky., 7:194
  • by J. Madison, 1:518, 1:519n
  • by A. Partridge, 9:10, 9:187–9:188, 9:238, 9:239–9:244, 9:313
  • by C. W. Peale, 8:457
  • sought by Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, 10:526
  • by TJ, 2:70–2:71, 4:33, 4:33n, 5:xlviii, 5:57n, 5:358 (illus.), 5:576n, 8:366, 10:65
  • unusual atmospheric phenomenon reported at Portsmouth, Va., 6:340–6:341
  • by S. Williams, 2:71n
  • by H. Williamson, 2:71–2:72n

meteorology

  • study of, 7:666

meteors, 2:406

Méthode de Nomenclature Chimique (Guyton de Morveau), 6:408, 6:408, 6:411n, 10:68–10:69

Methodists

  • mentioned, 10:587
  • and religious conversion, 7:581–7:582, 7:585, 7:587
  • in Va., 9:380, 9:382

The Method of Fluxions (Saunderson), 1:576

Methuen, John

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

Methuen Treaty (1703)

  • described, 2:277n
  • TJ on, 2:275
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:505

Methuselah (Old Testament figure), 6:618

Metternich, Klemens Wenzel Nepomuk Lothar von

  • and Napoleon, 7:423

Meusel, Johann Georg

  • Bibliotheca Historica, 8:559, 8:562n

Mexico

  • astronomy of ancient, 1:521, 1:521n, 1:556
  • histories of, 1:521, 1:521n
  • A. von Humboldt’s work on, 1:24, 1:25n, 1:25n, 1:264, 1:267n, 1:267n, 7:29, 7:31, 10:127, 10:128
  • independence movement in, 10:161, 10:373, 10:374
  • maps of, 8:77n
  • and potato, 1:196
  • M. Ramos Arizpe’s work on, 8:77n
  • TJ on, 1:20, 1:169, 7:29–7:30, 10:374
  • and U.S., 1:183–1:184n, 9:476n
  • yellow fever in, 10:127–10:128, 10:136–10:137

Mezentius (mythological Etruscan king), 6:440

Mézières, Athanase de

  • and B. de La Harpe manuscript, 9:445, 9:447n, 9:518, 9:518n, 9:658n

Miami Indians, 1:652, 1:652n

Micali, Giuseppe

  • L’Italia avanti il dominio dei Romani, 10:234, 10:237n

mice, 2:542–2:543, 4:536

Michaud, Joseph François

  • Histoire des Croisades, 7:664, 7:666n

Michaux, André

  • accounts of travel through U.S., 1:57n
  • catalogs American trees, 4:524, 4:525n
  • Flora Boreali-Americana, 1:436–1:437n, 6:421

Michaux, François André

  • and American Philosophical Society, 3:320–3:321, 8:362
  • and books for the U.S. Coast Survey, 9:226n
  • catalogs American trees, 4:524, 4:525n
  • and cotton cultivation, 1:258
  • foreign member of American Philosophical Society, 1:452, 1:453n, 8:363n
  • Histoire des arbres forestiers de l’Amerique septentrionale, 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 Chênes de l’Amerique, 6:421
  • identified, 2:681n
  • letters from, 2:679–2:681, 3:320–3:322
  • letters from accounted for, 2:681n
  • letters to, 3:561–3:562, 7:52–7:53
  • mentioned, 8:377
  • North American Sylva, 2:681n
  • prospectus of, 7:350
  • ships goods to France, 1:128, 1:131n, 1:342, 5:432
  • and western exploration, 6:417, 6:420–6:421

Michie, David

  • claim to part of Henderson lands, 1:415–1:416n, 5:138–5:141, 5:147–5:148, 5:149–5:150, 5:156–5:157, 5:158–5:159, 5:179, 5:180, 5:260–5:262, 5:269–5:270, 6:198, 6:198, 6:198, 6:198, 6:198–6:199, 6:199, 6:475–6:476, 6:477–6:478, 6:480, 6:481–6:482n, 6:572–6:573, 7:29, 9:443–9:444
  • and depositions on Henderson lands, 6:76–6:77, 6:81, 6:152–6:153, 6:153, 6:153, 6:479–6:480, 6:480, 6:630, 7:596–7:597, 8:692–8:693
  • identified, 5:140n
  • and inquisition regarding Henderson lands, 5:278
  • Jefferson v. Michie, 5:149–5:150, 5:156–5:157, 5:179, 5:180, 5:192–5:198, 5:260–5:262, 5:274, 5:278–5:279, 5:280–5:281, 6:76, 6:153, 6:153n, 6:182, 6:196–6:200, 6:215–6:216, 6:464–6:465, 6:472–6:481, 6:554–6:555, 6:555, 6:573, 6:576, 7:29, 7:596–7:597, 7:597–7:598, 7:601, 7:635, 7:672–7:674, 7:676–7:678, 8:613, 8:627, 8:641, 8:652, 8:692–8:693, 9:52–9:54, 10:649
  • letters from, 5:138–5:141, 5:149–5:150, 5:180, 5:260–5:262, 6:81, 6:153
  • letters from accounted for, 5:262n
  • letters to, 5:147–5:148, 5:156–5:157, 5:179, 6:76–6:77, 6:152–6:153, 7:597–7:598
  • letters to accounted for, 5:141n, 5:262n, 5:281n, 6:77n
  • ordered to restore land, 5:280–5:281
  • and Peyton v. Henderson, 8:692–8:693, 8:693n
  • Plea and Answer in Jefferson v. Michie, 6:472–6:482
  • and proposed duel with C. Peyton, 5:150, 5:158–5:159, 6:479
  • writ against, 5:274

Michie, John A.

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

Michigan Territory. See also Detroit, Mich. Territory; Michilimackinac (Mich. Territory)

  • Indian training school in, 1:7, 1:660–1:662, 2:55–2:57, 2:58n, 3:369–3:370, 3:543, 3:543n
  • and War of 1812, 5:321, 5:321n, 5:644, 8:329n

Michilimackinac (Mich. Territory)

  • surrender at, 5:321n, 5:354

Michilimackinac Company (Canadian firm), 4:552

micrometers

  • for U.S. Coast Survey, 9:224, 9:225n

microscopes, 9:108

The Microscope made easy (Baker), 1:581

Middlesex Canal, 10:674

Middleton, Arthur

  • family of, 5:547n

Middleton, Conyers

  • History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero, 1:35, 1:580
  • Miscellaneous Works, 1:580
  • writings of, 6:440, 10:424

Middleton, Henry

  • governor of S.C., 4:343n
  • identified, 5:547n
  • letters from accounted for, 5:547n
  • letters to, 5:546–5:547
  • and support for War of 1812, 5:546, 5:547n

Mifflin, Anne Emlen

  • antislavery activities of, 3:267, 3:318
  • identified, 3:269n

Mifflin, Daniel

  • family of, 7:711

Mifflin, Elizabeth Johns (Warner Mifflin’s wife)

  • family of, 7:712n

Mifflin, Samuel Emlen

  • defends Mifflin family, 7:706–7:707, 7:710–7:711
  • defends reputation of T. Mifflin, 7:706–7:707, 7:710
  • identified, 7:707n
  • letters from, 7:706–7:707, 7:710–7:712

Mifflin, Thomas, 6:254

  • identified, 7:707n
  • reputation of defended, 7:706–7:707, 7:710
  • and D. Rittenhouse, 7:217

Mifflin, Warner (1745–ca. 1799), 3:269n

  • family of, 7:711, 7:711, 7:712n

Mifflin, Warner (1777–1840)

  • family of, 7:711, 7:712n

mignonette, 4:497, 4:498n, 4:498n

military

  • academy to train officers, 1:206, 1:207n, 2:258, 2:261n, 2:387, 3:93–3:94, 4:516–4:517
  • and collegiate curriculum, 7:640
  • conscription, 9:74–9:75, 9:75n
  • expansion of, 2:130, 2:131n, 4:377n, 4:393, 4:394n, 4:480, 4:481n, 4:568, 8:66, 8:67n, 8:163, 8:168, 8:177, 8:178, 8:259, 8:575, 8:575n
  • glory of command, 8:683
  • Peace Establishment Act (1802), 3:120, 3:122n, 3:163
  • in peacetime, 2:127, 8:443, 8:444n
  • preparedness, 2:190, 2:257–2:259, 2:588, 2:603, 2:606, 2:614, 7:201, 9:88
  • professional education for, 7:639, 7:639, 7:640, 7:687, 8:344–8:345
  • TJ receives books on, 1:36, 8:672
  • United States Military Philosophical Society, 8:250
  • and Va. land warrants, 4:566–4:567, 4:568–4:569n, 4:585
  • works on, 8:250, 8:251n, 8:388

A Military and Topographical Atlas of the United States (J. Melish), 7:70, 7:70n, 7:143

A Military Dictionary (Duane), 3:38, 3:40n, 5:611

militia

  • camp conditions of, 7:649
  • J. H. Cocke on, 8:66–8:67, 8:67n
  • I. A. Coles disparages, 5:410, 5:531–5:532, 5:537
  • and increasing regular army enlistments, 7:16–7:20, 7:158, 7:159
  • F. De Masson on, 8:251n, 8:251n
  • of N.Y., 10:97, 10:100n, 10:661, 10:662, 10:663
  • organization of, 7:600–7:601, 7:608, 7:608–7:609n, 7:619–7:620, 7:624, 7:632–7:633, 7:669, 8:46, 8:67n, 8:165, 8:168, 8:259, 8:267, 10:175, 10:176n, 10:205n
  • payment of, 7:690
  • TJ on, 6:154–6:155, 6:209, 7:10, 7:648, 7:652–7:653, 7:655n, 7:678, 8:27, 8:31, 8:41–8:42, 8:177, 8:260, 8:293, 8:357, 9:624, 9:625
  • use of under U.S. Constitution, 6:209, 6:599n, 8:442–8:443, 8:443–8:444n
  • of Va., 8:199n, 8:233, 9:625
  • and War of 1812, 7:226–7:227, 8:42n, 8:64, 8:111–8:112, 8:112n, 8:178, 8:219, 8:220, 8:575, 8:575n, 9:151n, 9:236

milk

  • J. Adams drinks, 6:501
  • in American workers’ diet, 9:616, 9:620n, 9:620n
  • machine for carrying to market, 4:140
  • preservation of at sea, 6:103

milkpans, 1:303

Mill Brook (J. W. Eppes’s Buckingham Co. estate)

  • TJ visits, 10:540, 10:570

Milledge, John

  • absence of, 1:286
  • and cottonseed, 1:259n, 1:596, 1:666, 4:40
  • identified, 1:596–1:597n
  • letters from, 1:666–1:667, 4:39–4:40
  • letters to, 1:596–1:597, 3:636–3:637, 9:38–9:39
  • and merino sheep, 1:225, 4:40
  • and rice, 4:39–4:40
  • sends wool samples to TJ, 1:667
  • and sesame oil production, 3:636–3:637, 4:39–4:40
  • and sesame seed, 1:211–1:212, 1:596n, 1:667, 4:39–4:40
  • TJ introduces J. Corrêa da Serra to, 9:38
  • TJ introduces F. W. Gilmer to, 9:38
  • TJ sends Iceland ram to, 1:596, 1:666
  • TJ sends rice seeds to, 1:596

Milledge, Martha Galphin (John Milledge’s wife), 1:596, 1:667, 3:637, 4:40

Miller, Mr. (of New York)

  • and Edinburgh Encyclopedia, 3:589

Miller, Mr. (of Virginia)

  • and T. M. Randolph’s will, 6:19

Miller, Aldersea

  • and T. Reed estate, 9:258, 9:259, 9:261n

Miller, Daniel

  • and T. Reed estate, 9:258, 9:259, 9:261n

Miller, Elizabeth

  • and T. Reed estate, 9:258, 9:259, 9:261n

Miller, Frances Reed (John Miller’s wife; Joseph Miller’s mother)

  • and T. Reed estate, 9:258, 9:259–9:260

Miller, James

  • War of 1812 service of, 7:530

Miller, John (Joseph Miller’s father)

  • and T. Reed estate, 9:258, 9:259–9:260, 9:261n

Miller, John (of Maryland), 3:105, 3:106n

Miller, Joseph

  • An Act vesting in Joseph Miller the Commonwealth’s right to the real and personal estate of which Thomas Reed died seised and possessed (1816), 9:261n, 9:360, 9:365, 9:394–9:395, 9:401, 9:401n, 9:439–9:440, 9:469, 9:487, 9:495, 9:523
  • as brewer, 6:507, 6:517–6:518, 6:536, 8:34, 8:35, 8:79, 8:438–8:439, 8:439n, 8:565, 9:3, 9:4, 9:279, 9:329, 10:340
  • and corks for TJ, 9:523, 9:542, 10:462–10:463, 10:571
  • citizenship of, 6:536, 6:536, 6:536, 7:484–7:485, 7:485–7:486, 8:35
  • health of, 10:571
  • identified, 6:537n
  • invests in overseas trade, 8:79
  • letters from, 8:79, 9:3–9:4, 9:523, 10:340, 10:571
  • letter from accounted for, 8:565n
  • letters to, 7:484–7:485, 8:565, 9:487, 10:462–10:463
  • letter to accounted for, 10:340n
  • and Norfolk property, 6:536, 6:536, 6:536, 6:545, 6:545, 7:484–7:485, 7:485–7:486, 9:106–9:107, 9:258–9:261, 9:277–9:278, 9:279–9:280, 9:416, 9:417n, 9:487, 9:523, 10:340, 10:571
  • petition to General Assembly, 9:92, 9:106, 9:106–9:107, 9:258–9:262, 9:277–9:278, 9:279–9:280, 9:329, 9:331, 9:331, 9:332n, 9:366, 9:396n, 9:416, 9:417n, 9:435, 9:487
  • plans to visit TJ, 10:340, 10:571, 10:571
  • sends alcohol to TJ, 9:3
  • sends biscuits to TJ, 8:79, 8:97, 8:100, 8:565
  • sends greetings to P. Hemmings, 10:571
  • TJ intercedes for, 6:536–6:537, 7:484–7:485, 7:485–7:486, 8:34–8:35
  • visits Monticello, 9:3–9:4, 9:278, 9:279

Miller, Philip

  • The Gardeners Dictionary, 2:83
  • The Gardeners Kalendar, 2:83

Miller, Robert (overseer)

  • at Bear Creek plantation, 8:493n, 9:34, 9:34n

Miller, Robert (patent agent)

  • as patent agent, 7:507, 7:508

Miller, Samuel, 2:544

Miller, Samuel (of New York)

  • as corresponding secretary of New-York Historical Society, 7:120n

Miller, Sylvanus

  • and D. Fraser’s application, 4:546

Miller, William

  • as clerk of Goochland Co., 1:644, 2:33, 2:83
  • identified, 1:644n
  • letters from, 2:33
  • letters to, 1:644

Miller, William (governor of N.C.)

  • and statue of G. Washington, 9:332–9:333, 9:333n, 9:386–9:387, 9:387, 9:387n, 10:413, 10:415, 10:476

Miller, William J. (overseer)

  • at Tomahawk plantation, 8:493n, 9:34, 9:34n

millet, 2:335, 3:348, 5:48

Milligan, Joseph

  • account with TJ, 1:35–1:38, 4:201, 4:289, 8:660, 8:671–8:673, 8:674, 8:676, 8:677, 9:59–9:60, 9:130, 9:131n, 9:463, 9:537
  • assists with packing and transportation of TJ’s library, 8:142, 8:287–8:288, 8:288–8:289, 8:309, 8:310n, 8:366, 8:369, 8:373–8:374, 8:376, 8:385, 8:386–8:388, 8:431, 8:439, 8:440n, 8:471, 8:474, 8:474–8:475, 8:566, 8:629, 8:629n
  • binds books for TJ, 1:35–1:38, 1:225, 1:286, 4:289, 8:33, 8:566, 8:629–8:632, 8:671, 8:672–8:673n, 8:674, 8:678, 9:60, 9:274, 9:275n, 9:464, 9:538, 9:639
  • carries letter for TJ, 8:474
  • and catalogue of TJ’s books, 7:698, 8:22, 8:33, 8:54, 8:54, 8:56, 8:83, 8:83, 8:106, 8:287, 8:428, 9:237, 9:238n, 9:409, 9:531–9:532
  • and Destutt de Tracy’s Treatise on Political Economy, 4:243n, 8:33, 8:83, 8:105, 8:106, 8:182, 8:266, 8:268n, 8:566, 8:628–8:629, 8:674, 9:463–9:464, 9:537–9:538, 9:568n, 9:638–9:639, 9:640–9:641, 9:664, 10:62–10:63, 10:63, 10:64n, 10:66n, 10:67, 10:120, 10:260, 10:290–10:291, 10:327, 10:380, 10:452, 10:479, 10:480, 10:618, 10:618, 10:625, 10:637–10:638, 10:649, 10:652
  • financial difficulties of, 10:618
  • health of, 8:629, 10:120
  • identified, 1:37–1:38n
  • invoices from, 8:472, 8:629–8:632
  • letter from, to J. Barnes, 10:480
  • letters from, 1:384, 2:193, 4:288–4:289, 4:397, 4:471–4:472, 7:697–7:699, 8:22–8:23, 8:83, 8:142, 8:366, 8:471, 8:628–8:629, 8:638, 8:672n, 8:677–8:678, 8:694, 9:537–9:538, 10:120, 10:618–10:619, 10:649
  • letters to, 1:332–1:333, 2:264, 3:122–3:123, 4:201, 4:400–4:401, 4:560, 8:33–8:34, 8:54–8:55, 8:106, 8:118, 8:287–8:288, 8:386–8:388, 8:514, 8:566, 8:660–8:661, 8:674, 9:59–9:60, 9:130–9:131, 9:274–9:275, 9:463–9:464, 9:638–9:640, 10:67–10:68, 10:260, 10:380, 10:637–10:638
  • letters to accounted for, 2:483n
  • List of Books Bound and To Be Bound, 8:629–8:632
  • mentioned, 8:423, 8:473, 9:80
  • on military preparations, 7:697–7:698
  • and office of librarian of Congress, 7:698
  • and Potomac and Shenandoah Navigation lottery, 4:288
  • publishes books, 2:101, 2:193, 10:120, 10:120n
  • reprints TJ’s Manual of Parliamentary Practice, 4:xliii, 4:288, 4:289n, 4:370 (illus.), 4:397, 4:400–4:401, 4:464, 4:471–4:472, 4:493, 4:560
  • and sale of TJ’s library to Congress, 7:679, 7:680, 7:698, 8:33, 8:54, 8:56, 8:83, 8:83, 8:106, 8:214, 8:270
  • seeks government business, 10:618
  • sends books to TJ, 1:332–1:333, 1:384, 2:193, 2:264, 2:482, 2:483n, 3:122–3:123, 3:623, 6:643, 7:698, 8:22, 8:33, 8:48, 8:54, 8:106, 8:471, 8:472, 8:628, 8:629n, 8:660, 8:661, 8:678, 9:531–9:532, 9:538, 9:555
  • and size of TJ’s library, 8:637, 8:638
  • solvency of, 9:579
  • Statement on the Size of TJ’s Library, 8:637
  • TJ on, 5:292, 9:554
  • TJ orders books from, 4:201, 6:118, 8:118, 8:181, 8:388, 8:514, 8:660–8:661, 8:671–8:673, 8:678, 9:274, 9:464, 9:464, 10:260
  • TJ orders paper from, 8:514, 8:628
  • TJ pays, 1:41, 4:555, 4:560, 4:576, 8:672n, 8:676, 9:133
  • and transmission of packages to and from TJ, 8:25, 8:48, 8:48, 8:142, 8:566, 8:674
  • visits Monticello, 9:537

Millot, Claude François Xavier

  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:664
  • Élemens de l’Histoire de France, depuis Clovis jusqu’à Louis XV, 1:580
  • Elements of General History, 1:580, 7:629
  • works by, 2:51

mills. See also Monticello: sawmill at; Shadwell mills

  • advice on requested, 7:32
  • Blackwater (Bedford Co.), 4:87
  • and clover seed separation, 8:460
  • dam for, 3:286–3:288, 8:236, 8:241
  • fulling, 2:557, 7:32, 8:464, 8:545–8:546, 8:547–8:548
  • and grinding gypsum, 3:500–3:501, 3:509–3:510, 8:535, 8:536n, 8:610
  • grist, 2:557, 7:32, 8:393, 10:466
  • gudgeon for, 8:534–8:535, 8:536n
  • and hemp brakes, 9:303, 10:32–10:33
  • Henderson family’s, 6:473–6:474, 6:475, 9:53, 9:443–9:444
  • iron castings for, 1:158n, 7:602
  • manufacturing, 1:92n, 8:393, 9:475, 9:533–9:537, 9:537n
  • mechanics of, 1:646–1:649
  • and navigation rights, 3:138–3:146
  • paper, 1:489, 8:146
  • on Patapsco River, 6:455
  • at Pen Park, 1:136n
  • on Rivanna River, 1:108–1:110, 1:560, 3:218, 6:473–6:474, 6:475
  • saw, 2:553, 2:556, 7:32, 8:367–8:368, 8:393, 8:612, 8:695–8:696, 10:356, 10:449
  • screws for, 7:154, 7:154n, 7:155
  • slitting, 7:32
  • steam, 9:302–9:303, 9:304n
  • stones, 3:643, 5:385, 5:397, 5:397n
  • taxes on, 7:708, 8:393
  • wind, 1:647–1:648, 2:458–2:460, 2:460–2:461, 2:479, 8:80–8:81, 8:82n, 8:367, 8:458, 8:546–8:547

Mills, Mr. or Mrs.

  • letter from accounted for, 8:699

Mills, Eliza Barnwell Smith (Robert Mills’s wife), 2:437, 7:204

Mills, Joseph

  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254, 4:346–4:349

Mills, Robert

  • and Columbian Society of Artists, 7:166, 7:166n, 7:401, 7:443–7:444
  • and drawings of Monticello, 5:324
  • identified, 2:438n
  • letters from, 2:437–2:438, 5:114, 7:165–7:166, 7:401
  • letters to, 5:166–5:167, 7:204, 7:443–7:444
  • mentioned, 8:314, 8:479
  • seeks office, 7:165–7:166
  • and Society of Artists of the United States, 2:437, 4:356, 4:400, 5:114, 5:166–5:167, 7:401
  • thanks TJ, 2:437
  • TJ recommends, 7:203–7:204, 7:204

Millwood (Frederick Co.), 3:276

Milly (TJ’s slave; b. 1797)

  • laborer, 4:379
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:385, 5:462, 6:308, 6:309, 6:310, 8:61, 8:62, 8:255, 8:255
  • pot for, 8:70–8:71

Milly (TJ’s slave; b. 1806)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:386, 5:461, 6:309, 8:62, 8:255

Milly (TJ’s slave; b. 1807). See Hern, Milly (TJ’s slave; b. 1807)

Milton, Homer Virgil, 2:118, 2:255

Milton, John

  • mentioned, 6:296, 6:302, 7:480, 10:589
  • Paradise Lost, 1:228–1:229n, 3:631, 3:633n, 5:585, 8:235, 8:358, 8:359n
  • The Poetical Works, 8:581, 9:109
  • quoted by TJ, 4:72, 4:74n, 8:358, 8:359n

Milton, Va. See also Henderson case

  • abandonment of, 6:610, 9:443–9:444
  • African Americans living at, 9:444
  • boats traveling to and from, 2:335, 2:392, 2:423, 2:438, 7:448, 9:582
  • cloth factory in, 4:143
  • commerce in, 3:104, 3:607
  • J. W. Eppes at, 3:195
  • flooding near, 3:205n
  • ford near, 8:233
  • Henderson mill at, 6:351, 6:352, 6:361, 6:362, 6:362n, 6:473–6:474, 6:475, 7:673, 7:676–7:678, 9:53, 9:443–9:444
  • manufacturing mill at, 1:92n
  • meetings at, 5:260, 7:634
  • order on inspectors in, 2:370
  • postmaster at, 1:505–1:506, 7:311, 7:312n, 7:602, 8:420, 8:420n
  • post office at, 1:107, 1:139n, 1:310, 1:480, 1:514, 2:333, 3:438, 3:438n, 8:376, 8:425, 8:426n, 8:432, 8:566, 10:390
  • T. E. Randolph’s lands at, 1:488n
  • and Rivanna Company, 3:192, 3:193, 3:266, 3:287, 5:227–5:228, 5:516–5:522, 10:667
  • and Rivanna River Company, 3:253–3:254
  • schools in, 6:73, 8:624
  • stagecoach to, from Richmond, 10:452
  • stage office at, 2:338
  • stonemason needed at, 7:297
  • stores at, 6:476
  • TJ orders fish shipped to, 2:423, 2:503
  • TJ’s land at, 4:386
  • tobacco warehouse and toll mill at, 2:314n
  • warehouses at, 4:114–4:115, 5:315–5:316, 5:316n, 5:338, 6:78, 6:315, 6:360–6:361, 6:610, 8:528–8:529n
  • watermen at, 3:310n, 3:630, 7:154, 9:371, 9:541, 9:542

mimosa tree. See silk tree

Mims, Linah

  • as member of Va. Council of State, 10:637

Minckelers, Jan Pieter, 10:230

Minellius, John

  • annotates Ovid’s Metamorphoses, 8:670, 8:685, 9:464, 9:538, 9:639

Minellius Anglicanus, sive Publii Ovidii Nasonis Metamorphoseon (Ovid; ed. N. Bailey), 9:464, 9:538, 9:639

Miner, Charles

  • identified, 1:431n
  • “Poem on Thomas Jefferson,” 1:428, 1:429–1:431, 2:51–2:52

Miner, Daniel G.

  • ship captain, 9:102

Mineralogical and Statistical Survey of Estates (Bakewell), 3:263–3:264

mineralogy. See also geology

  • and the American Philosophical Society, 1:452
  • books on, 3:263–3:264, 8:429, 8:429, 8:429–8:430n
  • collection of N.Y. minerals, ores, and fossils, 8:209, 8:209n
  • and T. Cooper, 2:375–2:376, 2:489, 2:550, 2:551–2:552, 3:79
  • German School (Neptunism), 3:263–3:264, 3:264n
  • and S. Godon, 2:404, 2:404n, 2:472, 9:692
  • lectures on, 1:104, 1:187, 1:189, 1:193
  • and C. Linnaeus, 2:489, 2:490n
  • mineralogist introduced to TJ, 2:48
  • and museums, 9:264
  • and Sardinian mineral samples, 2:297, 2:299, 2:391, 3:524, 4:4
  • study of, 7:638, 7:639, 7:640, 7:641, 7:663, 7:667, 7:686, 8:13, 9:84, 9:644
  • of Va., 8:400–8:401, 9:401, 9:401n, 9:440, 9:591n, 9:622, 9:692

Minerva (TJ’s slave; b. 1771)

  • family of, 6:36
  • medical treatment for, 10:105–10:106
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387
  • and smallpox vaccination, 9:717

Mingo Indians, 2:204–2:205n, 2:340

Mingus, William A., 5:18n

mink, 6:470, 7:302, 7:302n

El Mino (ship), 10:128

Minor, Dabney

  • and Albemarle Academy, 7:267, 7:335, 7:339, 7:570
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254, 5:378–5:380
  • and Rivanna Company, 7:185, 7:185n
  • sells corn to TJ, 2:116
  • TJ pays, 4:24n
  • welcomes TJ, 1:47n

Minor, Garrett, 6:442–6:443

Minor, James

  • petition to General Assembly, 5:378–5:380

Minor, John (1761–1816)

  • delivers letter to TJ, 5:428, 5:429n
  • identified, 1:204n
  • introduces J. F. Dumoulin to TJ, 9:125
  • and law studies of John Minor (1797–1862), 7:625–7:631, 7:643
  • letters from, 1:204, 1:519, 7:643–7:644, 9:125
  • letters to, 1:338–1:339, 1:585, 7:625–7:631
  • mentioned, 8:126, 8:128, 8:206
  • and B. Moore’s estate, 1:200, 1:204, 1:338, 1:519, 1:585
  • and surrender of Alexandria, 7:643–7:644

Minor, John (1797–1862)

  • TJ recommends legal curriculum for, 7:625–7:631, 7:643

Minor, Lancelot

  • identified, 4:511n
  • letters from, 8:198–8:199
  • letters from accounted for, 4:416n, 4:512n, 5:96n, 5:429n, 6:136n, 6:136–6:137n, 7:519n, 8:199n, 9:416n, 10:666n
  • letters to, 4:510–4:512, 5:17–5:18, 5:73, 5:95–5:96, 5:428–5:429, 6:135–6:137, 7:518–7:519, 10:665–10:666
  • letters to accounted for, 4:512n, 6:137n, 6:413n, 7:519n, 8:199n, 10:666n
  • and H. Marks’s estate, 4:510–4:512, 5:17–5:18, 5:73, 5:95–5:96, 5:428–5:429, 6:135–6:136, 6:337, 6:338n, 6:378, 6:378, 6:413, 7:518, 10:665–10:666
  • and military appointment for W. T. Minor, 8:198–8:199, 8:206

Minor, Lucy Walker Gilmer (Peter Minor’s wife), 6:443, 6:443n

Minor, Mary Overton Tompkins (Lancelot Minor’s wife), 6:136

Minor, Peter

  • and Albemarle Co. meeting, 1:47
  • and appointment of principal assessor, 6:398, 6:401, 6:412, 6:412, 6:442–6:443, 6:443, 6:443n, 8:126–8:127, 8:128–8:129, 8:129, 8:153, 9:511, 9:511n, 10:476, 10:496
  • and appointment of revenue collector, 9:511, 9:511n, 10:476–10:477, 10:519, 10:602
  • crops of, 7:601
  • and dogs, 4:161, 4:170, 4:346–4:349
  • and horse for TJ, 5:404–5:405, 5:406–5:407
  • identified, 3:146n
  • as juror, 5:278, 5:279
  • letters from, 3:161, 3:225, 3:271–3:272, 3:527, 4:161, 5:406–5:407, 5:574, 6:401, 6:628–6:629
  • letters from accounted for, 3:422n
  • letters to, 3:138–3:146, 3:191–3:192, 3:216–3:219, 3:224, 3:421–3:422, 4:7, 4:170, 5:404–5:405, 5:574–5:575, 6:398–6:399, 6:633–6:635, 10:74, 10:347–10:348
  • letters to accounted for, 3:422n
  • letter to T. M. Randolph, 5:227–5:228
  • and W. McClure’s debts, 5:174–5:175, 5:328–5:329, 5:574, 5:574–5:575, 5:639–5:640
  • marriage of, 6:443, 6:443n
  • mentioned, 7:179
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254, 4:346–4:349, 5:378–5:380
  • and Rivanna Company, 3:138–3:146, 3:161, 3:191, 3:192–3:194, 3:216–3:219, 3:224, 3:225, 3:271–3:272, 3:288n, 3:421–3:422, 3:527, 5:227–5:228, 6:595, 6:595, 6:597, 6:598, 6:628–6:629, 6:633–6:635, 6:635, 7:185, 10:347–10:348, 10:601, 10:601
  • and sesame, 4:7
  • TJ invites to Monticello, 10:74
  • witnesses warrant, 5:280

Minor, S. O.

  • carries letter to TJ, 9:416n

Minor, William Tompkins

  • identified, 8:199n
  • recommended for military appointment, 8:198–8:199, 8:199n, 8:206

Minot, George Richards

  • The History of the Insurrections, 1:581

Mint, U.S.

  • analyzes gold nugget, 1:330
  • TJ and, 1:487, 1:487n
  • treasurer of, 6:28n, 6:74, 6:74n, 6:123, 6:124n, 6:169

Minto, Walter

  • An Account of the Life, Writings, and Inventions of John Napier, of Merchiston, 7:252, 7:253n, 7:255, 9:228–9:229, 9:229n

Minutes of the Kentucky Abolition Society (D. Barrow), 8:365n

Mirabaud, Jean Baptiste de. See Holbach, Paul Henri Dietrich, Baron d’

Mirabeau, Victor Riqueti, marquis de

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

Mirabilis jalapa. See marvel-of-Peru

Mirabilis longiflora. See marvel-of-Peru, sweet-scented

Miranda, Francisco de, 1:577–1:578, 1:604, 6:293

Mirifici Logarithmorum Canonis descriptio (J. Napier), 7:255n

The Mirror, 7:665

mirrors

  • at Monticello, 8:393, 8:485, 8:486, 9:xliv
  • at Poplar Forest, 10:555n
  • TJ purchases, 1:303

miscegenation

  • F. C. Gray on, 8:374–8:375
  • in Mass., 8:374–8:375
  • TJ on, 8:310–8:311

Miscellaneous and philosophical pieces (Franklin), 1:581

Miscellaneous Works (Middleton), 1:580

Mississippi River. See also Batture Sainte Marie, controversy over

  • and commerce, 3:203–3:204, 8:17, 8:27, 8:329n
  • compared to Nile, 3:133–3:134
  • floods, 6:128, 6:189, 10:449, 10:450n
  • as geographical boundary, 7:91, 9:690
  • and D. Porter’s proposed expedition, 1:448, 1:449
  • sawmills on, 10:449
  • silver ore at, 3:647–3:648
  • slaves sold at, 3:648
  • and steamboats, 7:56
  • use of windmills along, 2:458
  • water level of, 2:375n, 2:522, 3:26n, 3:45–3:46, 3:70–3:71, 3:72–3:73, 3:123, 10:449
  • and W. Fla. annexation, 3:264, 3:325–3:326

Mississippi scheme, 6:586, 6:593n, 9:329, 9:331n, 9:353–9:354, 9:407

Mississippi Territory

  • appointments in, 1:25, 5:493, 5:494n
  • courts of, 2:522
  • Fort Adams, 2:118, 2:360
  • government of, 2:521
  • judgeship in, 2:211
  • land claims in, 1:638, 1:639, 4:15
  • legislature of, 3:176n
  • post road in, 7:347, 9:474–9:476, 9:507–9:508, 9:510n
  • TJ on, 2:360, 7:141–7:142

Missonnet, Pierre François, 5:86n, 5:86–5:87n

  • and batture controversy, 6:390–6:391, 6:392–6:393, 6:394
  • identified, 6:392n

Missouri River

  • hunting at, 4:8
  • stone from, 1:473, 1:475n

Missouri scaly bark, 1:657

Missouri Territory

  • W. Clark on, 10:445–10:446
  • and Indians, 10:446, 10:446
  • judgeship in, 7:365, 7:366n
  • maps of, 3:418, 3:616
  • migration to, 7:93, 7:93, 7:105
  • population of, 10:446
  • roads in, 9:338, 9:338–9:339n, 9:521, 9:521–9:522

Mitchell, Mr.

  • and TJ’s wheat, 6:487, 8:70, 8:173, 8:186

Mitchell, Andrew Caldwell

  • identified, 8:564–8:565n
  • letter from, 8:564–8:565
  • letter to, 8:608
  • The Second Crisis of America, 8:564, 8:564n, 8:608, 8:608n

Mitchell, C.

  • and payment to W. & R. Mitchell, 8:69

Mitchell, David Brydie

  • Ga. governor, 8:223–8:224

Mitchell, John

  • address to Maryland citizens by, 2:261
  • identified, 2:262n
  • letters from, 2:261–2:262
  • letters to, 2:282–2:283
  • seeks loan from TJ, 2:262, 2:282

Mitchell, Reuben. See also William & Reuben Mitchell (Lynchburg firm)

  • identified, 4:86–4:87n
  • letters to, 4:341–4:342
  • and TJ’s wheat, 4:341–4:342

Mitchell, Samuel A., 10:193, 10:193n

Mitchell, Thomas

  • principal of New London Academy, 9:608, 9:712–9:713, 9:714n, 10:72

Mitchell, Thomas Rothmaler

  • visits Monticello, 1:555, 1:654, 1:655, 2:301

Mitchell, William. See also William & Reuben Mitchell (Lynchburg firm)

  • identified, 4:86–4:87n
  • letters to, 4:341–4:342, 5:32
  • TJ’s debt to, 8:417
  • and TJ’s wheat, 4:308, 4:341–4:342, 8:118–8:119

Mitchell, William & Reuben (Lynchburg firm). See William & Reuben Mitchell (Lynchburg firm)

Mitchill, Samuel Latham

  • and botany, 4:427n
  • correspondence with S. K. Jennings, 9:23
  • and education of deaf and mute, 9:656n, 10:343
  • and franking privilege, 4:408
  • identified, 8:604n
  • letters from, 8:603–8:604
  • letters to, 8:675
  • and Literary and Philosophical Society of New-York, 8:603, 8:675
  • and mineralogy, 3:333, 3:333n, 7:363
  • tours Canada, 1:597, 1:597n
  • and Walden, 3:251
  • work dedicated to, 10:544

Mitford, William

  • The History of Greece, 2:264, 2:264n, 3:122, 3:635–3:636, 4:22n, 7:662

Mithridates: Oder Allgemeine Sprachenkunde (Adelung), 1:265, 1:267n, 1:652n

Mobile, W. Fla. (later Ala.)

  • address to citizens of, 6:503n
  • defended by Spain, 3:265, 3:326, 3:344
  • seized by U.S. forces, 6:293, 6:294n, 8:84

mockingbirds

  • TJ brings from Washington, 1:162

Modern Atlas (Pinkerton), 3:296

Modern Geography (J. Pinkerton)

  • recommended by Kimber & Conrad, 1:256
  • TJ recommends, 1:576, 1:581, 7:626

The Modern Griselda: A Tale (Edgeworth), 3:623n, 3:633, 3:633n, 3:634n, 4:289

Modern Reports, or Select Cases Adjudged in the Courts of King’s Bench, Chancery, Common Pleas, and Exchequer, 2:455

modesty shrub, 1:631–1:632

Mœurs des Sauvages Ameriquains (Lafitau), 5:122–5:123, 5:125n, 5:182, 6:324

Mohican Indians, 7:521n

Moira, Francis Rawdon Hastings, 1st Marquess of Hastings and 2d Earl of, 3:462–3:463, 3:464n, 3:481

molasses

  • consumed, 10:187
  • mixed with medicine, 4:102, 4:381, 10:107n
  • provided to TJ, 1:77, 1:81, 1:115, 2:109, 4:211, 4:522, 4:530, 6:346, 6:448, 6:451, 10:157
  • stored in Washington, 4:27
  • used as construction material, 8:253n, 8:402

moldboards. See also plows

  • cast for TJ, 8:58
  • Pennsylvania, 1:111, 1:252, 8:458

moles, 4:536

Molesworth, St. George

  • quoted by T. E. Birch, 4:286, 4:287n

Molière, Jean Baptiste Poquelin, 7:665

  • Psyche, 10:359

Molitor, Gabriel Jean Joseph, comte, 1:372

Moll, Karl Marie Ehrenbert von, baron

  • and Agricultural Society of Bavaria, 5:270–5:271, 5:273, 7:505
  • identified, 5:272n
  • letters from, 5:270–5:272
  • letters to, 7:505
  • G. Ticknor conveys letter to, 8:549, 8:550n, 9:83, 9:560

“The Moment” (McCoy), 1:504n

Monasticon Anglicanum (W. Dugdale), 8:581, 9:108

“Money” (essay by J. Madison), 8:442, 8:443n

Mongault, Nicolas Hubert

  • translates Lettres de Ciceron a Atticus (Cicero), 9:354, 9:420

Moñino y Redondo, José, conde de Floridablanca

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

Le Moniteur Universel (Paris newspaper). See Gazette nationale, ou, Le Moniteur universel (Paris newspaper)

Monitor (Washington newspaper), 1:107

Monroe, Daniel, 3:91n, 8:647, 8:647

Monroe, Eliza (James Monroe’s daughter). See Hay, Eliza Monroe (George Hay’s wife)

Monroe, Elizabeth Kortright (James Monroe’s wife), 3:607, 5:309, 5:310, 6:524

  • and British destruction in Washington, 7:616
  • greetings sent to, 8:420
  • health of, 8:433, 8:442
  • popular opinion of, 9:578–9:579
  • visits Highland estate, 7:272, 8:419

Monroe, Harriet, 5:26, 5:27n

Monroe, James

  • appointed secretary of state, 3:519, 3:527–3:528, 3:539, 3:558, 3:567–3:568, 3:607, 3:623, 5:648n
  • appointed secretary of war, 8:18n, 8:153–8:154
  • and appointments, 6:525, 8:32, 8:125n, 8:126, 8:128–8:129, 8:153, 8:162n, 8:205–8:206, 8:530, 8:536, 8:602n, 9:184, 9:320, 9:358, 9:388, 9:389n, 9:446, 9:511, 9:693, 10:9–10:10, 10:21–10:22, 10:298, 10:441, 10:442, 10:477, 10:482, 10:524–10:525
  • and batture controversy, 2:415–2:416
  • and C. Bellini estate, 4:80, 9:491
  • and R. Brent, 2:42, 2:44–2:46
  • and A. Burr conspiracy, 3:128, 3:129n
  • buys Highland estate, 6:523n, 6:523n, 8:53n
  • and S. Cathalan’s claim, 9:211, 9:212n
  • and Central College, 10:473n, 10:474, 10:474n
  • and cession of Northwest Territory, 4:567, 4:585
  • conversation with TJ, 8:536
  • and conveyances to and from Europe, 4:26, 7:437, 10:250, 10:250, 10:296, 10:376n
  • correspondence with W. B. Giles, 1:93n
  • at Culpeper Court House, 8:588–8:589
  • debt owed W. C. Carter, 8:50–8:51, 8:687–8:688
  • on defense of Chesapeake Bay, 6:121, 6:202, 6:210, 6:216
  • and J. Delaplaine’s Repository, 9:352, 9:352n, 9:460, 10:38, 10:39n
  • and diplomatic outfit, 1:118
  • on disposition of U.S. Navy, 6:201–6:202, 6:210
  • and G. Easterly, 2:283
  • on European affairs, 8:588
  • on executive-legislative relations, 6:241, 6:242, 6:242
  • on expansion of U.S. military, 8:66, 8:67n, 8:163, 8:168, 8:177, 8:178, 8:259, 8:575, 8:575n
  • family of, 5:158–5:159n, 5:309–5:310, 5:310n, 8:442
  • J. W. Ford portrait of, 5:xlviii
  • forwards bond to TJ, 6:535
  • and A. Gallatin’s nomination, 6:175–6:176, 6:178, 6:202–6:203, 6:241, 6:241
  • F. W. Gilmer on, 8:299
  • government business sought from, 10:618
  • on government finance, 6:534–6:535, 8:18, 8:154
  • as governor of Va., 3:319, 3:320n, 3:322–3:323, 3:332–3:333, 4:684n
  • and governorships of Louisiana and Orleans territories, 2:35, 2:42–2:43, 2:44, 2:46n
  • greetings sent to, 8:420
  • and Hartford Convention, 8:154
  • and G. Hay, 3:543
  • health of, 8:269, 8:442
  • and J. Henry’s mission, 4:541, 4:542
  • and Highland–Indian Camp boundary dispute, 6:522–6:523, 6:524, 6:524, 6:575, 6:604, 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, 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, 9:362, 9:388, 9:488, 9:519, 9:520, 9:648, 9:649n, 9:662
  • identified, 1:349n
  • on impressment, 8:112, 8:113n
  • introduces M. C. Gray to TJ, 9:181n
  • introduces W. R. Gray to TJ, 9:181n
  • introduces J. H. McCulloh to TJ, 7:351
  • introduces T. Pahlen, 3:567
  • invited to dinner, 10:352–10:353, 10:353n, 10:356
  • and W. F. Jones, 6:126, 6:162
  • and N. Kosloff affair, 10:483, 10:483n
  • and B. de La Harpe manuscript, 9:445–9:446, 9:658
  • land surveyed, 8:588, 8:589n, 8:598, 9:519, 9:519n, 9:520
  • and Laws of the United States of America, 8:151, 8:152n
  • letter from accounted for, 9:181n
  • letters from, 1:348–1:349, 1:498–1:499, 2:283, 3:266–3:267, 3:322–3:323, 3:527–3:528, 3:567, 3:637–3:638, 4:398, 4:542, 5:309–5:310, 5:336–5:337, 5:453, 6:171–6:178, 6:201–6:203, 6:241–6:242, 6:256, 6:524, 6:525, 6:534–6:535, 6:575, 6:636–6:637, 7:197–7:198, 7:351, 7:487–7:488, 8:11, 8:18–8:19, 8:112–8:113, 8:153–8:155, 8:269, 8:442–8:444, 8:588–8:589, 8:659, 9:44–9:46, 9:388–9:390, 9:516–9:517, 9:710, 10:352–10:353, 10:425–10:426, 10:482–10:484
  • letters from mentioned, 2:411
  • letters of introduction to, 6:568n
  • letters to, 1:500, 3:286–3:288, 3:303, 3:332–3:333, 3:607–3:608, 3:629–3:630, 4:412–4:413, 5:84–5:87, 5:310, 5:440–5:441, 6:154–6:155, 6:209–6:210, 6:226, 6:524, 6:532–6:533, 7:159–7:160, 7:355, 7:510–7:511, 7:699–7:700, 8:31–8:33, 8:128–8:129, 8:176–8:179, 8:205–8:206, 8:598–8:599, 9:362–9:363, 9:444–9:447, 9:487–9:488, 9:519, 9:658–9:659, 9:683, 10:352, 10:356, 10:441–10:442, 10:468–10:470, 10:653–10:654
  • letter to, from J. J. Monroe, 7:310–7:313
  • letter to, from W. Scott, 9:390–9:393
  • and Lisbon consulship, 4:212, 4:213n, 4:216–4:217, 4:218
  • L. P. G. de Lormerie seeks passport from, 5:304, 5:375, 5:377n, 5:417, 5:431–5:432
  • and L. P. G. de Lormerie’s passage, 6:102
  • Loudon Co. land of, 7:487, 7:488n
  • and W. McClure’s debts, 5:174–5:175, 5:328–5:329, 5:639–5:640
  • and J. Madison, 2:35, 2:42, 2:43, 2:45, 2:72, 2:417, 3:567–3:568, 4:213n, 6:171–6:176, 6:241, 6:242, 6:256
  • memorandum of on U.S. military, 6:173, 6:176, 6:176–6:177n, 6:209, 8:575n
  • mentioned, 3:275, 5:265, 5:361, 9:256, 9:271, 9:340, 10:400
  • as minister plenipotentiary to France, 8:588, 8:589n
  • and Monroe-Pinkney Treaty, 1:170n, 2:412n, 10:518, 10:519n
  • and national observatory, 5:251n
  • and peace negotiations with Great Britain, 8:76, 8:77n, 8:112–8:113
  • and C. Pinckney, 1:514, 10:339, 10:339n, 10:363
  • plans to visit Highland estate, 6:575, 8:382, 8:419, 8:428–8:429, 8:433, 8:556, 8:588, 8:589
  • plans to visit Loudoun Co., 2:42, 2:44, 8:428–8:429
  • plans to visit TJ, 6:535
  • and G. Poindexter, 6:26
  • praised, 9:48
  • as president, 4:292, 9:477n, 10:65
  • as presidential candidate, 9:506, 9:563, 10:339, 10:339n
  • presidential prospects of, 8:332, 8:419, 10:21, 10:22n, 10:379–10:380
  • and proposed inscription for U.S. Capitol, 10:425–10:426, 10:468–10:470, 10:482
  • and J. Randolph, 2:42, 2:43
  • and T. M. Randolph, 2:46n
  • recommends C. Buckner, 4:460
  • refuses U.S. Army commission, 2:45
  • regrets death of M. Lewis, 2:44
  • relationship with W. C. Nicholas, 10:441, 10:441–10:442n, 10:482, 10:525
  • and remittances to T. Kosciuszko, 7:334, 7:353, 7:355, 7:380, 7:456, 10:250, 10:296, 10:599, 10:642
  • reports on federal authority over militia, 8:442–8:443, 8:443–8:444n
  • reports on reduction of military, 8:443, 8:444n
  • on Republican unity, 3:266, 3:528
  • resigns as Va. governor, 3:527–3:528
  • return to public service, 2:43
  • and Richmond junto, 1:92–1:93
  • and Rivanna Company, 3:266, 3:271, 3:286–3:288, 3:322
  • and R. Rush’s cabinet proposal, 5:79–5:80n
  • R. Rush visits, 10:352, 10:352–10:353
  • and J. Russell’s nomination, 6:241, 6:241, 6:242
  • and sale of TJ’s library to Congress, 8:18
  • and sculpture of G. Washington, 10:412
  • as secretary of state, 3:628, 3:629, 3:637–3:638, 4:32, 4:47n, 4:55n, 4:78n, 4:124, 4:234, 4:277–4:278n, 4:392, 4:468, 4:546, 4:565, 4:568, 4:665n, 4:674, 5:72, 5:75n, 5:84–5:85, 5:259n, 5:265–5:266, 5:304n, 5:319, 5:372n, 5:440, 5:453, 5:494n, 6:171–6:176, 6:529, 7:41, 7:44n, 7:156n, 7:158n, 7:197, 7:198, 7:224, 7:225n, 7:428–7:429n, 7:499, 7:541, 7:656n, 7:698, 7:699–7:700, 8:274, 9:44–9:46, 9:203n, 9:320, 9:358, 9:362, 9:362–9:363, 9:388–9:389, 9:416, 9:417, 9:420, 9:422, 9:422n, 9:429, 9:454, 9:478, 9:480n, 9:487, 9:488n, 9:516–9:517, 9:518, 9:522, 9:570, 9:571–9:572, 9:573n, 9:574, 9:621n, 9:648, 9:658, 9:693, 9:710, 10:217, 10:334
  • as secretary of war, 8:11, 8:178, 8:419, 9:74, 9:75n, 10:482
  • and seeds for TJ, 6:26
  • sends book to TJ, 1:348
  • sends handbill to TJ, 8:659
  • sends lists of patents to TJ, 6:282
  • sends manuscripts to TJ, 9:44, 9:72, 9:120–9:121
  • sends military intelligence to TJ, 6:524, 6:525
  • sends pamphlets to TJ, 9:710, 9:710n
  • and W. Short’s land, 4:60, 5:443–5:444, 5:444n, 5:569–5:570n, 7:70–7:71, 7:157, 7:157–7:158n, 7:487, 7:487, 7:510, 7:591–7:592, 7:594–7:595, 7:655, 8:428–8:429, 8:588, 8:687–8:688, 9:519, 9:662
  • signature on petition to General Assembly deleted, 3:253–3:254
  • subscribes to pay W. McClure’s debts, 4:169
  • as surety for D. Higginbotham, 5:400–5:402
  • and J. Taylor, 2:417n
  • TJ advises on U.S. naval policy, 6:154–6:155
  • TJ forwards letters through, 8:584, 8:589, 8:598, 8:653, 9:417, 9:429, 9:683, 9:710
  • TJ on, 5:367, 10:609
  • TJ requests publications from, 6:226
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:624
  • and TJ’s letters on finance, 6:532, 6:533n, 6:534, 6:535, 7:488, 7:510, 7:692, 7:699, 8:16, 8:18, 8:31–8:32, 8:154, 8:178, 8:206, 8:442, 9:44–9:45, 9:46n
  • TJ visits Highland estate of, 2:42, 2:44
  • and Treaty of Ghent (1814), 8:269, 8:443
  • and J. Trumbull’s historical paintings, 10:653–10:654, 10:654–10:655
  • on U.S. foreign relations, 8:443
  • as U.S. senator, 4:124
  • visits Highland estate, 4:123, 4:123n, 4:133, 7:272, 7:308, 7:351, 8:537, 8:588–8:589, 9:710, 10:363
  • visits Ky., 2:35
  • visits Monticello, 4:272, 4:274n, 6:524
  • visits Montpellier (Madison family estate), 9:48
  • visit to Monticello canceled, 5:309, 5:310
  • and viticulture, 9:349
  • and J. Walker’s health, 1:498–1:499
  • and D. B. Warden’s removal as U.S. consul, 8:291, 8:292n
  • and War Department, 5:352–5:353, 6:171–6:175
  • and War of 1812, 5:336–5:337, 6:171–6:176, 6:242, 6:637, 8:11, 8:18–8:19, 8:153, 8:176–8:177, 8:177–8:178, 8:178, 8:218, 8:227n, 8:228n, 8:269
  • on J. Wilkinson, 2:43, 4:398, 4:412–4:413
  • and J. Wilson, 6:415n

Monroe, John

  • and E. Glover, 2:249
  • identified, 1:406n
  • letters from, 1:404–1:406
  • letters to, 2:73–2:74
  • seeks TJ’s recommendation, 1:404–1:406, 1:626–1:627, 2:73

Monroe, Joseph Jones

  • accuses TJ of opposing J. Madison, 7:310–7:312, 7:312n
  • dispute with P. Carr, 7:310–7:311
  • family of, 5:26, 5:27n, 5:158–5:159n, 5:309, 5:310n
  • identified, 5:158–5:159n
  • and Jefferson v. Michie, 6:554
  • letter from to James Monroe, 7:310–7:313
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254
  • and possible D. Michie–C. Peyton duel, 5:158–5:159
  • statement by, 5:158–5:159

Monroe, Martha Amanda Carr Lewis (TJ’s niece; Daniel Monroe’s wife)

  • assisted by W. Woods, 8:647, 8:647
  • correspondence with M. J. Randolph, 8:647
  • financial situation of, 3:90–3:91, 6:358, 8:647
  • identified, 3:91n
  • letters from, 3:90–3:91, 8:647
  • marriage of, 8:647, 8:647
  • sends greetings to TJ, 6:358

Monroe, Thomas. See Munroe (Monroe), Thomas

Monroe-Pinkney Treaty (1806), 1:169, 1:170n, 1:414n, 2:412n, 10:518, 10:519n

Montalto (part of TJ’s Monticello estate). See also Carter’s Mountain (Albemarle Co.), 7:400n, 8:233, 8:233, 8:277, 8:398, 8:398, 8:398n, 10:399

Montandon, Pierre Henry

  • and L. A. Leschot, 10:578
  • watchmaking establishment of, 10:578, 10:630–10:631

Montbeillard, Philibert Guéneau

  • and Buffon’s Histoire Naturelle, 7:626

Monteagle (C. Peyton’s Albemarle Co. estate), 1:415n, 7:535, 7:535

Montebello, Duc de. See Lannes, Jean, Duc de Montebello

Montebello, Duchesse de. See Lannes, Louise Antoinette, Duchesse de Montebello

Montemerli, Filippo

  • and P. Mazzei’s will, 9:675

Montepulciano (wine)

  • mentioned, 10:411
  • produced on Jesuit land, 9:351, 9:351n, 9:416
  • TJ orders, 9:350–9:351, 9:351n, 9:416, 9:671, 10:58, 10:91, 10:249

Monterey, Calif., 1:446, 1:447

Montesquieu, Charles Louis de Secondat. See also Destutt de Tracy, Antoine Louis Claude: Commentary and Review of Montesquieu’s Spirit of Laws

  • J. Adams quotes, 5:184, 5:185–5:186n
  • cited by P. S. Du Pont de Nemours, 2:579, 2:592
  • Esprit des Lois, 3:xlvi, 3:6–3:7, 3:7n, 3:89n, 3:311, 3:334–3:335, 5:579n, 10:417, 10:417
  • mentioned, 6:296
  • TJ on, 5:557
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:503

Monteverde y Molina, Joseph de

  • identified, 9:661n
  • letter from, to J. F. Oliveira Fernandes, 9:660–9:661
  • and wine for TJ, 9:659, 9:660

Montfaucon, Bernard de

  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:506

Montfort, Simon de, 7:66

Montgaillard, Jean Gabriel Maurice Roques, comte de

  • Situation de l’Angleterre en 1811, 4:672, 4:672n

Montgolfier, Joseph, 2:319n

  • hydraulic ram of, 8:252

Montgomery, John, 1:516, 5:525

Montgomery County, Pa., 1:68–1:69n

Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, 2:338n, 3:285

Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature

  • publishes TJ’s syllabus of Jesus’s doctrines, 9:595, 10:120, 10:124n
  • F. A. Van der Kemp recommends, 9:595, 10:123

Monticello (TJ’s estate). See also naileries

  • acreage at listed, 4:xliv, 4:370 (illus.), 4:386–4:387, 8:392, 8:485
  • altitude of, 9:71, 9:314–9:315, 9:317n
  • annual income of, 5:400–5:402
  • approach to, 8:233–8:234
  • architecture of, 9:501
  • asparagus grown at, 2:334
  • barn at, 5:311, 5:338n, 6:257, 7:44, 8:610
  • bedrooms, 8:235
  • beverages served at, 8:235, 8:235
  • blacksmiths at, 1:419n, 1:464n
  • brewery at, 6:507, 6:507n, 7:712, 8:12, 8:185, 8:186, 8:438–8:439, 8:565, 10:340, 10:462
  • builders at, 1:136n, 1:192n, 1:215n, 3:520n, 7:448–7:449, 8:314, 8:610, 9:147, 9:148n
  • burials at, 4:59n, 4:134, 4:135, 4:156n, 8:612
  • butchering at, 4:306
  • butter for, 4:380, 4:381, 9:656
  • carpentry supervisors at, 2:167–2:168, 7:619–7:620, 7:620n
  • cast-iron press at, 2:302
  • cattle at, 3:437, 8:392
  • cisterns at, 2:201n, 2:338, 3:67, 4:4n, 8:130, 8:166, 8:252, 8:253, 8:253n, 9:309, 9:466–9:467, 9:468n
  • climate at, 7:302, 9:310
  • clocks at, 4:396–4:397, 4:527, 8:393, 8:485, 8:486, 10:420n, 10:437, 10:607, 10:673n
  • closet at, 9:147
  • clover crop at, 4:93, 8:535
  • corn crop at, 1:592–1:593, 4:93, 6:290, 6:331, 6:544, 6:605, 6:620, 7:431, 10:388–10:389
  • cotton used at, 8:xlvii–8:xlviii, 8:30–8:31, 8:97, 8:625, 9:133
  • cuisine at, 1:162, 1:389, 10:74
  • daily schedule of, 1:389, 8:235, 8:235, 8:235, 8:236, 8:639
  • deer at, 7:260, 7:260n, 8:521
  • described, 1:386–1:387, 1:389–1:390, 1:398, 1:399–1:400, 8:238–8:241, 8:297–8:298, 8:298, 10:607–10:608, 10:609
  • dining at, 8:xlvii, 8:235, 8:235, 8:239, 8:240–8:241, 8:639, 10:74, 10:356
  • dining room (breakfast room) at, 8:xlvii, 8:234, 8:235, 8:235, 8:235, 8:238, 8:240, 8:240, 8:272 (illus.)
  • distance from Montpellier (Madison family estate), 1:562–1:563
  • dog-proof enclosure at, 2:511, 2:569
  • dome of, 8:314
  • dome room at, 4:560
  • domestic manufacturing at, 5:207–5:208, 5:446, 6:139–6:140, 7:240–7:241, 7:507, 7:508, 8:249, 8:249, 8:252, 8:544
  • drawings of by R. Mills, 5:324
  • earthworks at, 7:400
  • east front, 1:380 (illus.), 8:234
  • eggplants grown at, 2:481
  • and 1810 census, 3:202
  • Entrance Hall, 1:397n, 7:593, 7:621, 8:238, 10:397–10:398, 10:398, 10:399, 10:644
  • fig trees at, 1:395, 1:398, 2:412–2:413, 2:456, 4:38
  • fireplace mantles, 8:234
  • fish for, 2:423, 2:503, 4:629, 4:650, 4:651n, 4:651, 4:662–4:663, 4:668, 4:677, 4:684, 6:116, 6:122–6:123, 6:132, 6:134, 6:134, 6:215, 8:536
  • fishpond at, 6:132
  • flour from, 4:10, 5:656, 7:72, 7:115, 7:123, 7:166–7:167, 7:433, 7:457, 7:513–7:514, 7:514–7:515, 7:515, 7:572, 8:48, 8:157, 8:284, 8:284, 8:284, 8:390, 8:582, 8:624, 8:625n, 9:99, 9:124, 9:133, 9:133, 9:133n, 9:254, 9:313, 9:313, 9:370, 9:567–9:568, 9:594, 10:387–10:388, 10:388, 10:435, 10:466, 10:539, 10:617
  • flowers at, 2:103, 10:536–10:537
  • forest surrounding, 8:233–8:234
  • freight charges to, 1:3, 1:3, 1:3
  • frost damage, 2:313
  • fruit grown at, 2:334
  • furnishings at, 8:xlv–8:xlvi, 8:xlvii, 8:55, 8:234, 8:289, 8:393, 8:485–8:486, 9:xliv
  • garden pavilion at, 5:xlvii, 5:99n, 5:358 (illus.)
  • gardens, 1:388, 1:398, 1:436–1:437n, 2:92, 2:110, 2:128, 2:140, 2:254, 2:259, 2:266, 2:302, 2:481, 3:xlv, 3:358 (illus.), 3:455–3:456, 3:501–3:502, 3:545, 4:561, 5:98, 6:290, 7:116, 10:644
  • gardens, locks for, 1:302
  • gardens, TJ’s plans for, 1:400–1:401, 1:410
  • gate to, 8:233
  • glass for, 2:80, 2:188, 2:346, 2:362, 8:21, 8:142–8:143, 8:234–8:235
  • greenhouse at, 2:xli, 2:80, 2:103, 3:544, 10:xlvi, 10:240 (illus.), 10:517
  • gypsum for, 2:197, 2:198n, 2:205, 2:226, 2:304, 2:305, 2:329, 4:93, 8:421, 8:639
  • heavy rain at, 2:254, 3:204–3:205, 5:82
  • hedges at, 10:195, 10:196n, 10:238–10:239
  • hemp grown at, 4:428
  • hogs at, 8:158, 8:184
  • horses at, 8:392
  • household consumption at, 4:209–4:212, 8:xlvii–8:xlviii, 8:30–8:31, 8:272 (illus.), 8:280
  • icehouse at, 2:177, 8:392
  • insurance on, 6:351, 6:360, 6:361–6:362, 6:362
  • invitations to visit, 6:207–6:208, 6:374, 6:399, 6:400, 6:532, 6:569n, 6:597, 6:630, 8:68, 8:122, 8:320, 8:351–8:352, 8:354, 8:358–8:359, 8:359, 8:377, 8:476, 8:519, 8:524, 8:565, 8:568–8:569, 8:569, 8:639, 10:74, 10:335, 10:472
  • landscape view of, 1:346, 1:366, 1:434, 1:596
  • latitude of, 4:238, 4:345, 4:403, 9:70, 9:415
  • library at, 2:xli, 2:259, 8:xlv–8:xlvi, 8:235–8:236, 8:239–8:240, 8:240
  • longitude of, 1:54–1:55n, 4:235–4:236, 4:239, 4:246, 4:247–4:266, 4:276, 4:344, 4:368, 4:369, 4:402–4:406, 4:407, 8:455, 8:456n
  • management of, 8:555
  • mentioned, 3:374–3:375, 8:226, 8:339
  • mules at, 8:392, 10:517
  • notes on planting at, 3:455–3:456
  • oat crop at, 2:491, 7:461
  • padlocks for buildings at, 1:302–1:303
  • papers stored at, 2:169, 2:169–2:170n
  • parlor (drawing room), 8:234–8:235, 8:239, 8:240, 8:240, 9:xliv, 9:344 (illus.)
  • peas grown at, 6:86n, 6:139, 6:140n, 8:71
  • plants grown at, 1:57n, 1:632n, 10:517–10:518, 10:536–10:537
  • plow moldboards at, 2:312, 8:367
  • poem about, 6:463, 6:463
  • portraits and paintings at, 1:46n, 1:593, 8:xlvii, 8:234, 8:238–8:239, 8:239, 8:393, 9:xliv, 10:71, 10:72n, 10:274, 10:398, 10:443
  • public roads to, 8:398, 8:518
  • requests for directions to, 8:106, 9:111
  • roads at, 1:388, 1:391, 1:398, 7:400, 10:643–10:644
  • routes to, 9:234n, 9:234–9:235n, 10:71
  • R. Rush on, 10:443
  • rye crop at, 6:620
  • salt for, 8:67
  • sawmill at, 3:293, 3:520–3:521, 4:50, 4:51, 5:130n, 5:133, 5:311, 6:xliii–6:xliv, 6:70–6:71, 6:85, 6:88, 6:125, 6:203, 6:214, 6:331, 6:386 (illus.), 6:452, 8:393
  • schooling at, 1:181–1:182, 1:245, 1:389, 1:416, 2:28, 2:51, 2:58, 2:92, 2:103, 2:129, 2:206, 2:341, 2:378, 3:327–3:328, 3:501, 7:647, 8:68, 8:240, 8:512–8:513, 8:513–8:514, 8:585, 9:250–9:251, 10:672, 10:672
  • shoemaker for, 2:132, 2:132, 2:133n
  • skylights at, 8:xlvii
  • slave dwellings at, 1:388
  • slaves at, 1:399, 8:234, 8:241, 10:403n, 10:600, 10:610, 10:647, 10:673
  • slaves at listed, 4:386–4:388, 8:62n, 8:485
  • solar eclipse observed by TJ at, 4:188, 4:195, 4:235, 4:237–4:239, 4:246, 4:368, 4:369
  • stables at, 1:317
  • stage stops at, 9:324, 10:71
  • statues at, 10:399
  • stew stove at, 1:76, 1:122
  • stonework at, 7:297, 7:331, 7:448–7:449
  • strawberries grown at, 2:481, 2:482n
  • study at, 2:xli, 2:380 (illus.), 8:238, 8:240
  • sundial at, 10:xlvii, 10:240 (illus.), 10:350, 10:350 (illus.), 10:350, 10:351n (illus.), 10:510
  • Swedish stove for, 4:191–4:192, 4:215–4:216, 4:232–4:233, 4:560
  • taxes on, 8:392–8:394, 8:485–8:486, 9:50–9:51, 9:99n, 9:133, 9:568, 9:594, 10:59, 10:464, 10:465n
  • tea room at, 8:xlvii, 8:234
  • threshing machines at, 2:675, 6:203
  • TJ describes architecture of, 1:595–1:596
  • TJ’s bedroom, 8:236
  • TJ’s cabinet, 2:xli, 2:380 (illus.)
  • tobacco crop at, 2:151, 2:491, 7:710, 9:604
  • treatment of visitors at, 10:156
  • vegetables for, 2:37–2:38
  • view from, 1:388, 1:389, 1:390–1:391, 1:399, 8:298
  • viticulture at, 2:338, 9:197–9:199, 9:199, 9:287–9:288, 9:288–9:289, 9:311, 9:348, 9:348n, 9:362
  • water for, 2:338
  • weather recorded at, 5:xlviii, 5:57n, 5:358 (illus.)
  • weaving at, 6:556, 7:240–7:241
  • wedding at, 4:58–4:59n
  • wheat crop at, 2:151, 2:313, 4:93, 4:95, 4:376, 4:623, 5:444–5:445, 6:156, 6:290, 6:366, 6:544, 6:605, 6:620, 7:166–7:167, 7:461, 7:710, 8:185, 8:284, 8:284, 9:313, 9:594, 9:604
  • wild geese at, 2:103
  • windows at, 8:234
  • wine cellar at, 8:xlvii, 10:420n
  • workshops at, 2:92, 2:110, 2:128
  • Overseers at. (See also Bacon, Edmund; Freeman, John Holmes; Goodman, Jeremiah Augustus; Griffin, Burgess; Lilly, Gabriel; Richardson, Richard)
    • attempt to capture runaway slaves, 3:513, 3:612–3:613, 3:613n
    • deliver messages for TJ, 2:422
    • hire slaves, 1:48n
    • and nailery, 4:464–4:465
    • plantation accounts of, 1:81n, 2:155, 3:643, 4:557n
    • plantation management by, 2:670, 3:394, 4:543, 5:6n, 9:594, 10:168
    • retrieve merino sheep for TJ, 2:666
    • TJ’s instructions to, 4:306–4:307
    • TJ removes, 9:604, 9:604n
  •  

  • Visitors to
    • Bankhead, Ann Cary Randolph, 9:131
    • Bankhead, Charles Lewis, 9:131
    • Bankhead, John, 9:132
    • Barton, Benjamin Smith, 2:670
    • Barziza, Philip I., 9:8n
    • Bradbury, John, 1:164n, 1:435–1:436, 2:534n
    • Brown, Harriot, 1:210, 1:509
    • Brunt, Jonathan, 1:402, 4:168
    • Burwell, William A., 2:105, 5:663
    • Caldwell, Charles, 7:319n
    • Carr, Dabney (1773–1837), 9:219
    • Carr, Peter, 2:329, 2:469–2:470, 7:536
    • Caruthers, William, 8:97, 8:120
    • Cate (TJ’s slave; b. 1797), 8:132
    • Claiborne, William C. C., 2:434, 2:462, 2:471, 2:658–2:659n, 2:659–2:660, 3:314, 3:315n
    • Clark, William, 2:31, 2:72
    • Coles, Edward, 2:127, 4:163
    • Coles, Isaac A., 1:536, 1:632, 1:655, 1:657, 2:68, 3:290, 3:644–3:645, 3:645, 9:488, 9:500–9:501, 9:501n
    • Coles, John, 2:127
    • Corrêa da Serra, José, 4:539n, 4:621, 6:359, 6:360n, 6:415, 6:532, 7:7, 7:29, 7:55, 7:716n, 9:66, 9:231, 9:234n, 9:235n, 9:263, 9:308, 9:308, 10:352, 10:352n, 10:465
    • Crafts, Erastus, 4:7
    • Darnall, Joseph R., 7:121, 7:122
    • Daschkoff, André, 1:120, 1:433, 1:484, 1:519
    • Dearborn, Henry and Sarah Bowdoin, 9:46–9:47, 9:46–9:47, 9:76, 9:247, 9:404
    • Dehon, Theodore, 7:368n
    • Delaplaine, Joseph, 10:80
    • Divers, George, 10:356
    • Dumoulin, John Franklin, 9:666, 10:20
    • du Pont, Victor Marie, 9:231, 9:234n
    • Du Pont de Nemours, Pierre Samuel, 9:231, 9:234–9:235n, 9:270, 9:304
    • Eggleston, Matilda Hill Maury, 8:628
    • Erving, George William, 3:45–3:46, 3:342
    • Eustis, William, 4:133
    • Fletcher, Elijah, 3:610–3:611
    • Flower, George, 10:560, 10:570, 10:574–10:575, 10:575n
    • Fontaine, William, 1:525–1:527, 1:645–1:646
    • Freeman, James, 10:430, 10:447, 10:459, 10:528
    • Gallatin, Hannah and Albert, 1:441, 1:464, 1:466, 1:599n, 1:664
    • Galloway, Benjamin, 8:588–8:589, 8:598, 10:275, 10:275
    • Gilmer, Francis Walker, 10:352
    • Gilmer, Peachy Ridgeway, 10:214, 10:215n
    • Godefroy, Maximilian and Eliza C. A., 10:420n, 10:453–10:454, 10:520–10:521
    • Gray, Francis C., 8:232–8:238, 8:247, 8:310, 8:553
    • Hall, Francis, 10:594, 10:643–10:647
    • Hamilton, Paul, 4:133
    • Hamilton, Paul, Jr., 4:123, 4:172, 4:178–4:179
    • Harris, William J., 4:20
    • Hollins, Jane S. and John, 5:357, 5:404
    • Jefferson, Randolph, 9:30–9:31
    • Jones, Col., 10:40, 10:125
    • Jordy, Frederick, 6:547
    • Julien, Honoré, 1:60, 1:76
    • Kingsbury, Cyrus, 10:158, 10:159n
    • Latrobe, Benjamin Henry, 1:366, 1:474, 1:595–1:596
    • Lomax, Judith, 6:440
    • McCulloh, James H., 7:379
    • McIlhenney, Joseph E., 10:393, 10:437, 10:606
    • McLean, James S., 1:209n
    • Madison, Dolley and James, 1:344, 1:360, 1:441, 1:466, 4:133, 4:163, 4:219, 4:272, 4:274n, 8:331, 8:332n, 8:454
    • Mason, John Thomson, 4:53
    • Maury, James Sifrein, 8:628, 9:17, 10:513
    • Miller, Joseph, 9:3–9:4, 9:278, 9:279
    • Milligan, Joseph, 9:537
    • Mitchell, Thomas Rothmaler, 1:555, 1:654, 1:655, 2:301
    • Monroe, James, 4:272, 4:274n, 6:524, 10:356
    • Montlezun, 10:397–10:400
    • Murray, John, 9:212–9:213, 9:213n
    • Nelson, Hugh, 8:376
    • North Carolinians, 10:420n
    • Ogilvie, James, 8:113
    • Otis, Bass, 10:38, 10:71, 10:71, 10:80, 10:90
    • Pahlen, Nicolas, 3:532, 3:532n, 3:539, 3:563, 3:567
    • Pahlen, Théodore, 3:532, 3:539, 3:563, 3:567
    • Pell, Mr. and Mrs., 8:659
    • Poletika, Petr Ivanovich, 3:532, 3:539, 3:563, 3:567
    • Rathbone, Martha M. V. and William P., 8:675
    • Rives, William Cabell, 4:107
    • Roane, Spencer, 9:120
    • Ross, Edward, 6:568–6:569n
    • Rush, Richard, 10:352, 10:443, 10:443n, 10:527
    • Short, William, 8:331, 8:332n
    • Smith, Margaret Bayard and Samuel Harrison, 1:386–1:401, 1:410, 1:434–1:435, 10:261–10:262
    • Smith, Thomas, 8:509
    • Stevens, John, 9:215n
    • Stevenson, Elizabeth G. and George P., 5:404
    • Stewart, Alvan, 10:378
    • Sthreshley, Robert B., 4:675
    • Stuart, Josephus Bradner, 10:568–10:569, 10:607–10:611
    • Thornton, Philip, 8:96n, 8:123
    • Ticknor, George, 4:596, 8:232, 8:238–8:242, 8:247, 8:253, 8:260, 8:267, 8:325, 8:360, 8:553, 8:650–8:651, 10:383
    • Torrey, Jesse, 8:668–8:669, 8:669n, 9:641n
    • Trist, Elizabeth, 1:210, 1:396n, 1:509
    • Valaperta, Giuseppe, 10:389
    • Warden, David Bailie, 3:273
    • Webster, Daniel, 4:596
    • Weems, Jesse Ewell, 8:633, 8:634
    • Wistar, Caspar, 10:352, 10:465
    • Woodward, Augustus E. B., 1:165n, 7:309n, 7:353
  •  

Monticello (Italian mountain), 9:679n

“Monticello” (Lomax), 6:463–6:464

Montignot, Henri

  • État des étoiles fixes au second siecle, par Claude Ptolemée, comparé a la position des mêmes étoiles en 1786 (Ptolemy), 10:233

Montlezun de Labarthette, Barthélémy Sernin du Moulin, baron de

  • Account of a Visit to Monticello, 10:397–10:404
  • identified, 10:403n
  • introduced to J. Madison, 10:396
  • introduced to TJ, 10:396
  • visits Highland, 10:400
  • visits Monticello, 10:397–10:400

Montlezun de Labarthète, Jean François du Moulin, chevalier de

  • Revolutionary War service of, 10:396

Montmorin de Saint-Herem, Armand Marc, comte de, 2:10, 2:14–2:15, 5:437–5:438n

Montpellier (Montpelier; J. Madison’s Orange Co. estate)

  • Blackmeadow farm, 2:451, 3:190
  • distance from Monticello, 1:562–1:563
  • hospitality at, 10:443
  • D. Madison at, 10:160, 10:288
  • J. Madison at, 2:480, 2:542, 7:323, 7:359, 7:365, 8:588, 10:160, 10:288, 10:314, 10:318
  • J. Madison plans to visit, 8:339, 10:18
  • meteorological observations at, 1:518, 1:519n
  • overseers at, 3:29, 3:178
  • R. Rush on, 10:442–10:443
  • and shepherd dogs, 2:490, 2:492, 2:511–2:512
  • slaves at, 10:403n
  • G. Stuart’s portrait of TJ at, 7:303, 7:341, 9:352, 9:352, 9:405
  • TJ visits, 3:64, 3:69n, 6:524, 8:656, 8:664, 8:670, 8:676, 10:314, 10:318
  • visitors to, 2:468, 2:469, 2:511, 2:568, 2:569, 2:675, 2:679n, 3:46, 6:397, 6:524, 8:656, 9:48, 10:253–10:254, 10:357, 10:403n, 10:442–10:443, 10:443n
  • work at, 1:136n, 1:155, 3:67, 3:68n, 3:119–3:120, 4:4n, 8:314, 8:479

Montpellier, France

  • TJ on, 8:326
  • University of Medicine at, 4:189, 4:190n

Montpensier, Antoine Philippe d’Orléans, duc de

  • seeks refuge in U.S., 9:575, 9:578n

Montreal, 5:319–5:320, 7:8, 7:9, 7:9n, 7:10, 7:12, 7:14, 7:16n, 7:30–7:31, 7:90, 7:90–7:91, 7:91, 7:531

Montreal Herald (newspaper), 8:57n

Montucla, Jean Étienne

  • Histoire des Mathématiques, 6:381, 7:250, 7:626, 10:235

Moody, John

  • as agent for O. Evans, 6:386n
  • identified, 4:468n
  • letters from, 4:468
  • seeks military appointment, 4:468

moon

  • calculations of motion, position, and distance of, 1:489–1:498, 1:540–1:554, 1:571–1:572, 2:54, 2:60–2:68, 2:338n, 8:144, 8:181
  • TJ’s observations of, 4:368–4:369, 4:369

Moon, Mr. (merchant)

  • debt of R. Jefferson to, 9:31

Moon, William

  • mill built for, 4:661–4:662

Mooney, William, 6:526n

Moor, James

  • Elements of the Greek Language … Being a Translation of Dr. Moor’s Celebrated Greek Grammar (eds. S. Blatchford and G. Ewing), 8:660, 9:464, 9:464n, 9:538, 9:639

Moore, Mr., 5:173

Moore, Mr. See Moor, James

Moore, Andrew

  • identified, 6:537n
  • health of, 6:545
  • letter from, 6:545–6:546
  • letters to, 6:536–6:538, 7:485–7:486, 8:34–8:35
  • as federal marshal for Va. district, 3:250n, 6:536–6:537, 6:537–6:538n, 6:545, 6:545, 7:484–7:485, 7:485–7:486, 8:34–8:35, 9:259, 9:261n, 9:279, 9:280n
  • and package for TJ, 7:33, 7:145
  • and Revolutionary War, 8:431
  • as Va. legislator, 7:549
  • on War of 1812, 6:545

Moore, Bernard (d. ca. 1775), 1:200, 1:204, 1:338, 1:585

  • identified, 7:631n
  • TJ recommends books for son of, 7:625–7:631

Moore, Bernard, Jr.

  • TJ recommends books for, 7:625–7:631
  • TJ retranscribes letter to, 7:625–7:630

Moore, Edward, 1:440, 1:561, 1:562n

Moore, Gabriel

  • attorney in Miss. Territory, 4:116

Moore, Sir John

  • death of, 1:108
  • Spanish campaign of, 1:108, 4:271

Moore, John, trans.

  • Lettres D’Un Voyageur Anglois Sur La France, La Suisse Et L’Allemagne, 7:389

Moore, Mildred Lewis, 1:562n

Moore, Richard Channing

  • identified, 10:151n
  • letter from, to D. Hosack, 10:150–10:151
  • on yellow fever, 10:137, 10:150–10:151

Moore, Thomas (1779–1852)

  • Intercepted Letters; or, the Twopenny Post Bag, 6:644, 6:645n, 7:34, 7:60, 7:62n

Moore, Thomas (of Campbell Co.), 5:49

Moore, Thomas (of Montgomery Co., Md.)

  • and Cumberland Road, 1:172–1:173
  • identified, 1:173n
  • letter from accounted for, 1:173n
  • letter to, 1:172–1:173
  • and TJ’s proposed canal, 6:216

Moore’s Ford (Albemarle Co.), 3:286–3:288, 5:378–5:379, 5:391–5:392, 10:581–10:582, 10:582–10:583, 10:629, 10:664, 10:667, 10:667, 10:667

Moorhead, Forgus

  • and lead mines, 4:8

Moorman, Mr.

  • recommended by C. Clay, 4:86n

Moors, Spanish, 1:478

Morabin, Jacques

  • translates Cicero, 9:354, 9:420

Moraea flexuosa (iris), 5:412

Moral & Political Truth; or Reflections Suggested by reading History and Biography (Heston), 4:43–4:47, 4:466

Moral Essays (Pope), 4:391, 4:392n

moral philosophy

  • works on, 10:234–10:235, 10:580, 10:603–10:604, 10:642–10:643, 10:657–10:658

Moral Tales for young people (M. Edgeworth), 3:623n, 3:635, 3:635n, 4:289, 8:234

Moravians

  • mentioned, 10:587
  • missions to Indians, 9:65

Mordecai, Mr.

  • and gypsum, 9:542, 9:581

More, Hannah

  • Practical Piety, 5:98n, 7:586, 7:590n

More, Thomas, 1:254n

  • The workes of Sir Thomas More Knyght, 7:629, 7:631n

Moreau, Jean

  • child named after, 1:653
  • death of, 7:61, 7:63n, 7:228
  • N.J. residence of, 3:197
  • proposed visit of to Monticello, 4:674–4:675, 5:363, 6:87
  • W. Short on, 6:277n, 7:224, 7:403–7:404
  • TJ on, 6:87
  • visits New Orleans, 2:444n

Moreau de Saint Méry, Médéric Louis Elie

  • Loix et constitutions des colonies françoises de l’Amerique sous le vent, 3:160, 3:175n

Moreau Lislet, Louis

  • on batture controversy, 2:355, 2:357n, 2:427, 2:435, 2:436n, 2:444n, 2:444n, 2:452, 2:455, 2:462–2:463, 2:471, 2:511, 2:568, 2:568–2:569, 2:658, 2:679, 4:110, 5:85–5:86n, 6:389, 6:392–6:393, 6:393
  • A Digest of the Civil Laws Now in Force in the Territory of Orleans, 3:168, 3:546
  • Examen de la Sentence rendue dans la Cause entre Jean Gravier et la Ville de la Nouvelle-Orléans, 2:658, 3:483, 4:466
  • identified, 4:639–4:640n
  • The Laws of Las Siete Partidas, 3:52, 3:53n, 3:160–3:161, 3:168
  • letters to, 4:639–4:640
  • “Mémoire au soutien des droits des Etats-unis à la Batture du faubourg Ste Marie,” 3:25, 3:30–3:31, 3:69, 3:109, 3:118, 3:168, 3:173–3:176n, 3:203, 3:226, 3:271, 3:476, 3:482, 3:484, 3:499
  • TJ differs with, 4:639, 4:640n
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:624, 4:639

Morell, Thomas

  • edits An Abridgement of Ainsworth’s Dictionary, 8:660, 9:274, 9:464, 9:538, 9:639

Morellet, André

  • sends regards to TJ, 3:198

Moreman, John H., 5:487

Moreton, Mr. See Morton, John Archer

Morgan, Abel

  • letters from accounted for, 5:554n
  • letters to, 5:553–5:554
  • and saltpeter, 5:553–5:554

Morgan, Benjamin

  • and batture controversy, 4:110
  • identified, 2:117–2:118n
  • letter from accounted for, 8:140, 8:140n
  • letters from, 2:254–2:255, 2:482, 2:495, 3:149, 3:480, 4:48, 5:314–5:315
  • letters to, 2:116–2:118, 2:383, 3:59–3:60, 3:186, 3:648–3:649, 4:640–4:641, 5:383
  • letters to accounted for, 2:482n
  • letters to mentioned, 2:179n
  • mercantile business of, 5:37, 5:37n, 5:81
  • and J. Peyton’s estate, 2:116–2:117, 2:118n, 2:119, 2:254–2:255, 2:255, 2:383, 2:482, 2:495, 3:59–3:60, 3:149, 3:186, 3:480, 3:481, 3:648–3:649, 4:48, 4:640–4:641, 4:641–4:642, 5:314, 5:346, 5:351, 5:383
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:624, 4:640, 5:314–5:315

Morgan, Daniel

  • medal commemorating Revolutionary War service of, 9:54

Morgan, George

  • and A. Burr conspiracy, 7:236, 7:238n

Morgan, Rufus

  • identified, 1:210n
  • letters from, 1:209–1:210
  • and nail manufacture, 1:209

Morgan, William

  • criticizes J. Adams, 9:175, 9:347, 9:433
  • Memoirs of the Life of the Rev. Richard Price, 9:175, 9:175–9:176, 9:176n, 9:176n, 9:433

Morgan, Willoughby

  • and Niagara Campaign, 5:532–5:542

Morgan & McDaniel (Lynchburg firm)

  • TJ pays, 9:51, 9:52n

Morizot, Gratepain

  • account of Lafayette’s finances, 2:10–2:13, 2:16, 2:17

Morneveck, Charles

  • patent of, 1:196n
  • stucco of, 1:195–1:196

Morrell, Robert

  • forwards book to TJ, 5:579, 5:580n, 5:600–5:601
  • identified, 5:580n
  • letters from, 5:579–5:580
  • letters to, 5:600–5:601

Morrice, Alexander

  • A Treatise on Brewing, 8:411, 8:412n

Morris, Ann Cary Randolph (Gouverneur Morris’s wife; Martha Jefferson Randolph’s sister-in-law)

  • and Bizarre Scandal, 8:296n
  • marriage of, 10:478n
  • mentioned, 6:47
  • plans visit to Va., 10:477–10:478
  • and M. J. Randolph, 10:537
  • TJ sends greetings to, 10:478

Morris, Gouverneur, 2:14, 3:306, 6:626

  • death of, 10:537, 10:546
  • identified, 10:478n
  • letter to, 10:477–10:478
  • marriage of, 10:478n
  • plans visit to Va., 10:477–10:478
  • on the role of government, 7:500, 7:500n
  • TJ on, 10:546

Morris, Richard Valentine

  • TJ on naval campaign of, 6:206–6:207, 6:207n

Morris, Robert (miller)

  • and gypsum, 4:180

Morris, Robert (1735–1806)

  • and congressional medals, 2:126
  • provides sheep to TJ, 2:252, 2:492
  • and public finance, 6:588, 6:593n, 6:626
  • A Statement of the Accounts of the United States, 9:237, 9:238n, 9:531, 9:544

Morris, Tandy

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

Morris, William, 3:254n

Morris, Zachariah

  • identified, 5:129n
  • letters to, 5:128–5:129
  • and TJ’s land dispute with S. Scott, 5:88, 5:128–5:129

Morris & Dunnington (Lynchburg firm), 3:413n, 3:421, 3:550, 3:551, 3:561

Morrison, James, 2:35, 2:36n

Morse, Mr., 6:355

Morse, Jedidiah

  • and Andover Theological Seminary, 9:255
  • letter to, from J. Adams, 9:256, 9:257n
  • mentioned, 8:358, 8:359n, 9:5
  • and N. G. M. Senter’s works, 5:64, 5:67n
  • writings of, 6:449, 6:450n, 9:137, 9:299, 9:300n

Morse, Samuel

  • and Georgia Republican, 4:92, 4:127, 4:128n, 4:130–4:131

Morse, Samuel Finley Breese

  • and J. Delaplaine’s Repository, 9:352, 10:38, 10:39n

Mortimer, John

  • The Whole Art of Husbandry, 6:380

Morton, Jacob

  • and D. Fraser’s application, 4:546

Morton, John Archer. See also Morton & Russell (Bordeaux firm)

  • identified, 4:592n
  • letters from, 4:665–4:666
  • letters to, 4:591–4:592, 8:324
  • TJ introduces B. S. Barton to, 8:324
  • TJ on, 4:589
  • and TJ’s line of credit, 8:625, 8:625
  • and TJ’s payments to T. Kosciuszko, 4:462, 4:591–4:592, 4:629, 4:665–4:666, 4:684, 5:27–5:28, 5:28n, 5:59–5:60, 5:188, 5:380, 5:393, 5:484, 5:531, 6:151, 6:166, 6:307, 6:507, 6:577–6:578, 6:606–6:607, 7:9–7:10, 7:431n, 7:442, 8:573
  • and wine for TJ, 4:529, 4:592, 4:666, 6:240

Morton, Nathaniel

  • New-England’s Memorial, 5:509–5:513, 5:513n, 5:583

Morton, Perez

  • family of, 5:583
  • and Supreme Court appointment, 3:126–3:127, 3:165, 3:178
  • TJ on, 3:165

Morton, Sara Wentworth Apthorp (Perez Morton’s wife)

  • writes as Philenia, 5:583

Morton, Thomas

  • on Indians, 6:137, 6:138, 6:138
  • mentioned, 6:145, 6:146n
  • N. Morton on, 5:509, 5:509–5:512
  • New English Canaan or New Canaan, 5:386–5:390, 5:390n, 5:390n, 5:512–5:513, 5:513n, 5:583–5:584, 5:585n, 5:595, 5:596n

Morton, Walter

  • vouches for J. Melish, 4:423

Morton, William

  • J. Barnes seeks appointment for, 4:488–4:489

Morton & Russell (Bordeaux firm), 5:59–5:60, 6:211–6:212, 6:239–6:240, 6:262, 6:507, 6:558, 6:578, 7:46

Morveau. See Guyton de Morveau, Louis Bernard

Mosby, Mr.

  • and T. M. Randolph’s will, 6:19

Mosby, Ben, 3:84

Moscadello de Montalcino (wine), 3:377

Moseley, Anne

  • buys Bedford Co. land, 2:237, 2:238–2:239n, 3:187, 3:187–3:188

Moseley, Edward

  • as boundary commissioner, 9:178

Moselle (wine), 9:513

Moses (Hebrew prophet), 6:183, 6:298, 6:500, 6:520, 6:541, 6:541, 6:542, 6:548, 6:616, 6:617, 7:146, 7:220, 8:229, 9:651, 10:241, 10:504, 10:506, 10:506–10:507n

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

Moses (TJ’s slave)

  • broken leg of, 9:567, 10:106

Moses (TJ’s slave; b. 1779). See Hern, Moses (TJ’s slave; b. 1779)

Moses (TJ’s slave; b. 1792)

  • identified, 4:527n
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:388
  • travels to Poplar Forest, 4:526

Moses (TJ’s slave; b. 1803). See Gillette, Moses (TJ’s slave; b. 1803)

Moses (TJ’s slave; b. 1811)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:385, 4:385, 5:462, 6:308, 8:62, 8:255

Moses, Myer

  • identified, 4:107n
  • letters from, 4:105–4:107
  • letters to accounted for, 4:107n
  • and Seventy-Six Association, 4:105, 4:107n

Moses Myers & Sons (Norfolk firm), 8:363

Mosheim, Johann Lorenz

  • An ecclesiastical history, ancient and modern, from the birth of Christ to the beginning of the eighteenth century, 1:581

mosquitoes, 1:478, 7:649

Moss, Mr.

  • militia service of, 7:161n

Mostyn v. Fabrigas, 2:455, 2:455, 2:456n, 4:300, 4:302n

The Mother-In-Law: or Memoirs of Madam de Morville (H. G. Spafford), 10:545, 10:545n

Motte, Andrew

  • translates The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy (I. Newton; ed. W. Davis), 7:282, 7:286n, 7:292, 7:293n, 7:305, 7:324, 8:469, 9:317n

Motte, Richard, 6:508

Moultrie, William, 6:251n

mountain laurel, 2:203–2:204n

Mount Crillon, 1:448

Mount Dougherty, Va., 3:392

Mount Prospect (Christopher Henderson Clark’s Bedford Co. estate)

  • on route to Natural Bridge, 9:35, 9:35
  • TJ visits, 8:696, 9:18, 9:26–9:27, 9:33, 9:33n, 9:145, 9:148, 9:148n, 9:153, 9:168, 9:171

Mount St. Elie, 1:446–1:447

Mourelle de la Rúa, Francisco Antonio

  • Journal of a Voyage in 1775, 1:446, 1:449n

Mourning (slave), 4:231–4:232n

mourning bride, 3:645, 3:645n, 3:645

Moussier, J. B.

  • art collection of, 1:522, 1:597–1:598, 1:665, 2:37
  • forwards package to TJ, 1:522, 2:37
  • letterhead of, 1:380 (illus.)
  • letters from, 1:522–1:524
  • letters to, 2:37

Moussier, Jean Baptiste, 1:523n

Moustier, Clément Edouard, comte de, 2:287, 2:288n

Moustier, Eléonore François Elie, marquis de, 2:287, 2:288n

Mouton, Georges, comte de Lobau, 1:372

Mr. Ingersoll’s Speech on the Loan Bill, Tuesday, 15 February, 1814 (C. J. Ingersoll), 7:247–7:248, 7:248n

Muhammad (founder of Islam), 2:592, 6:192, 6:298, 6:466, 7:477, 10:92, 10:506

Muhlenberg, Henry (Gotthilf Heinrich Ernst)

  • as botanist, 3:167
  • Catalogus Plantarum Americæ Septentrionalis, 5:22, 5:23n, 7:244, 7:245n
  • Descriptio Uberior Graminum et Plantarum Calamariarum Americæ Septentrionalis Indigenarum et Cicurum, 7:244, 7:245n
  • identified, 7:245n
  • letters to, 7:244–7:245
  • sends work to TJ, 7:244–7:245

Muhlenberg, John Peter Gabriel

  • letter to mentioned, 8:423, 8:423n

Muir, William

  • buys TJ’s tobacco, 10:37

mulberry

  • American, 1:40
  • English, 1:40, 1:40
  • European, 3:354
  • paper, 2:404n, 3:353, 3:354, 9:183, 9:183n, 9:533, 9:544–9:545
  • trees, 2:404n, 5:482n, 9:542

mules

  • as draft animals, 2:546, 2:548, 8:132, 9:147, 10:517
  • at Monticello, 8:392
  • TJ purchases, 5:298, 5:299n, 9:111, 9:111, 9:112n

mules (textile machines), 5:202

Muller, Jacob, 3:60

Mumford, W. C., 3:159

Mun, Alexandre François, comte de

  • health of, 3:447, 4:649
  • Lafayette visits with, 1:627

Muncaster, John, 2:453, 2:454n

Munford, Robert

  • as burgess, 8:621

Munford, William

  • clerk of Va. House of Delegates, 9:487, 9:487n, 9:507n, 10:439
  • as examiner of The Statutes at Large (W. W. Hening), 8:349n
  • identified, 10:447–10:448n
  • and W. H. Kennon’s military appointment, 10:439, 10:447
  • letter from accounted for, 10:439–10:440n
  • letters from, 1:609–1:611
  • letter to, 10:447–10:448
  • and meeting of Richmond citizens, 1:609–1:611
  • Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia (Hening & Munford), 1:334, 1:370, 1:404
  • seeks office, 1:25

Muñoz, Don Juan Bautista

  • Historia del Nuevo-Mundo, 7:562–7:564, 7:611–7:612, 7:612, 7:613

Muñoz, Félix, 10:129

Munroe (Monroe), Thomas

  • identified, 8:314n
  • and B. H. Latrobe, 3:535, 4:64–4:65, 4:66
  • lawsuit of, 1:349–1:350
  • letter to, 8:313–8:315
  • superintendent of the District of Columbia, 1:657, 1:658n, 5:205, 5:207n, 8:313–8:314
  • Washington postmaster, 3:521, 4:402, 4:408, 4:435n

Munster, Treaty of. See Westphalia, Treaty of (1648)

Murat, Joachim, king of Naples

  • reign of, 9:135n

Muratin, Mr.

  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:506

Muratori, Lodovico Antonio

  • Del Governo della Peste, 10:136

murder

  • E. Aram tried for, 7:373, 7:374–7:378
  • of slave, 1:168n

Murdock, William

  • and bills of exchange, 3:558, 4:18n, 4:418, 7:432, 7:437, 7:440, 7:442, 8:125, 8:484, 8:497, 8:499n, 8:500, 8:573, 9:182

Murphy, Arthur, trans.

  • The works of Cornelius Tacitus, 6:93

Murphy, Brown & Company (Richmond firm), 4:558n

Murray (schooner), 9:102

Murray, Mr., 5:514

Murray, Alexander

  • and claim of V. Murray, 9:212–9:213
  • identified, 9:213n
  • letters from, 9:212–9:213

Murray, George. See also Murray, Draper, Fairman & Company (Philadelphia firm)

  • engraver for J. Melish, 4:423, 8:77n, 8:77n
  • and engraving of Declaration of Independence, 5:631, 5:632–5:633n
  • identified, 4:357n
  • and Society of Artists of the United States, 4:356, 4:358n, 4:400

Murray, Johann Andreas

  • edits Caroli a Linné, 8:429, 8:430n

Murray, John (1765–1805)

  • visits Monticello, 9:212–9:213, 9:213n

Murray, Lindley

  • English Grammar, Adapted to the Different Classes of Learners, 6:41, 6:41–6:42n
  • The Power of Religion on the Mind, in Retirement, Affliction, and At the Approach of Death, 8:388, 8:672

Murray, Lady Virginia

  • claim against Va., 9:212–9:213, 9:213–9:215, 9:215n
  • identified, 9:215n
  • letter from, 9:213–9:215

Murray, William. See Mansfield, William Murray, 1st Earl of

Murray & Sons, 5:514

Murray, Draper, Fairman & Company (Philadelphia firm)

  • identified, 5:654n
  • letters from, 5:654–5:655
  • letters to, 5:662
  • and new Bible edition, 5:654, 5:654–5:655n, 5:662

Mus. See mice

Mus bursarius. See rat, pouched

muscatel raisins, 1:366, 1:366

Muschell, Walter, 2:261–2:262

muscovado sugar, 1:31, 1:31, 1:44

Muséum Impérial d’Histoire Naturelle. See also Jardin des plantes et Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle

  • G. Cuvier requests animal specimens for, 6:469, 6:470
  • shipment to, 6:33, 6:103

Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle. See also Jardin des plantes et Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, 8:680

museums. See also Muséum Impérial d’Histoire Naturelle; Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle

  • in Baltimore, 6:291, 6:291–6:292n, 6:374, 10:179n
  • Galleria degli Uffizi, 10:71, 10:72n
  • gaslights used in, 10:177–10:179, 10:179n, 10:180 (illus.), 10:181 (illus.), 10:310
  • at Fryeburg Academy (Me.), 9:264, 9:375
  • Louvre, 9:392
  • Philadelphia Museum, 1:45, 1:46n, 1:104n, 1:187, 2:404n, 2:507, 3:472n, 4:137–4:138, 4:181, 4:182n, 4:531, 4:532, 6:291, 8:81, 8:461–8:462, 8:465n, 8:534, 8:545, 10:177–10:179, 10:179n, 10:180–10:181, 10:198, 10:203–10:204, 10:204n, 10:308, 10:309–10:310, 10:311n, 10:344, 10:397, 10:399
  • plans for an American, 1:522
  • in Sardinia, 2:297
  • TJ on, 6:374
  • Virginia Museum, 10:82, 10:83–10:85, 10:113

music

  • cello (violoncello), 9:694, 9:696n
  • claviole (pianoforte), 6:574, 6:575n
  • cittern (English guitar), 9:xliv, 9:344 (illus.), 9:554n
  • concerts, 8:200
  • F. Fauquier as musician, 8:200
  • guitar, 9:xliv, 9:344 (illus.), 9:554n
  • harpsichord, 8:234, 8:393, 8:485, 8:486, 9:xliv
  • hymns, 10:651n
  • oboe (hautboy), 9:694, 9:696n
  • piano, 9:xliv, 9:694, 9:696n
  • scores, 10:554
  • study of, 7:480, 7:639, 7:639, 7:687, 10:542
  • “White Cockade” (song), 7:227
  • works on, 8:4

muskmelon. See cantaloupe (muskmelon; nutmeg melon)

musk ox, Canadian, 6:470

muslin, 4:27, 4:102

Musschenbroek, Pieter van

  • Cours de Physique Experimentale et Mathematique, 7:626

Mussi, Joseph, 5:556n

mustard

  • prepared, 1:45, 2:109, 6:345, 6:348

Mutter, Mr., 4:467

Mutter & Stewart (firm), 4:105

mutton, 1:16, 1:477, 1:481, 2:371, 5:545, 8:307

Mutton, John, & Company (Richmond firm). See John Mutton & Company (Richmond firm)

Mutual Assurance Society

  • economic health of, 1:240–1:244, 1:244–1:245n
  • S. Greenhow’s opinion of, 2:29–2:30
  • and Milton warehouses, 4:114–4:115, 5:315–5:316, 5:316n
  • premium collection, 1:241–1:242
  • revised constitution of, 3:294
  • and TJ’s insurance, 1:218–1:219, 1:240, 1:317–1:318, 1:320, 1:333, 1:417, 1:417n, 1:472, 1:625–1:626, 1:659–1:660, 3:294, 3:328–3:329, 6:351–6:352, 6:360–6:361, 6:361–6:362, 6:362n

Muzzy, John

  • letters from accounted for, 1:677

My Companion; or, A Familiar Elucidation of the Most Interesting Problems on the Terrestrial and Celestial Globes (Nimmo), 3:611n

Myers, Mr. (of Norfolk)

  • as W. Short’s agent, 10:529

Myers, Moses, & Sons (Norfolk firm). See Moses Myers & Sons (Norfolk firm)

Myers, Samuel

  • TJ’s merinos left with, 3:149
  • TJ’s tobacco sold to, 2:27–2:28

Myrmecophaga jubata. See anteater, giant

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