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Pace, Edward, 1:462

Pacharetti. See Pajarete (wine)

Pacific (ship), 1:271, 1:284

Pacific Ocean, 1:443, 1:449, 1:449n, 5:202–5:203, 5:203–5:204n

padlocks, 1:302–1:303, 6:344, 6:348

Paganel, Pierre

  • Essai historique et critique, 3:219–3:220, 3:562
  • identified, 3:221n
  • letters from, 3:219–3:221
  • letters to, 3:562–3:563

Page, Carter B.

  • and TJ’s bond, 5:483

Page, Elizabeth Burwell, 1:557, 1:634, 1:669, 1:670n

Page, Francis

  • recommended for collector of Yorktown, 1:77, 1:78n, 1:87

Page, Gregory, 3:191

Page, John

  • correspondence of, 9:108, 9:109n
  • death of, 4:35
  • family of, 1:78n, 3:276
  • as governor of Va., 4:680, 4:683n, 5:236n
  • on R. H. Lee, 2:156
  • revolutionary leader, 7:411, 7:411, 7:548
  • and TJ’s newspapers, 1:469, 3:190–3:191, 3:569–3:570

Page, John Tayloe

  • employment for, 3:276, 3:423

Page, Lucy Gwynn, 3:276

Page, Mann

  • family of, 3:276
  • revolutionary leader, 7:411, 7:411, 7:548

Page, Margaret Lowther (John Page’s wife), 3:569–3:570

Page, Maria, 3:276

Page, Mary Tayloe

  • identified, 3:276n
  • letters from, 3:276
  • letters to, 3:423–3:424
  • seeks appointment for son, 3:276, 3:423–3:424

Page, Samuel (Poplar Forest overseer)

  • share of crops, 2:27, 2:28, 2:96, 2:230

Page, William, 6:19

Pagowski, Jérome, 1:53n

Pahlen, Nicolas, 3:532, 3:532n, 3:539, 3:563, 3:567

Pahlen, Théodore, Count

  • carries letter from Lafayette, 3:54, 3:211
  • forwards letters, 2:287, 2:487
  • and A. von Humboldt engraving, 2:310, 2:487, 3:503–3:504, 3:504n, 3:563
  • identified, 2:488–2:489n
  • letters from, 2:487–2:489, 3:532
  • letters of introduction for, 3:567
  • letters to, 2:512–2:513, 3:563
  • opinions of, 2:200n, 2:311, 2:513
  • Russian minister to U.S., 1:233, 1:329n, 1:537, 1:659n, 4:551
  • visits Monticello, 3:532, 3:539, 3:558n, 3:563, 3:567

Paine, Capt. See Payne, Tarlton

Paine, Robert Treat (1731–1814)

  • J. Adams on, 6:183, 6:183, 8:148
  • death of, 8:135, 8:135n
  • family of, 6:183
  • as member of Continental Congress, 6:183, 6:184n
  • signer of Declaration of Independence, 4:475, 6:137, 6:183, 6:183

Paine, Robert Treat (1770–98), 6:184n

Paine, Robert Treat (1773–1811)

  • The Works, in Verse and Prose, of the Late Robert Treat Paine, Jun., 6:183, 6:184n

Paine, Samuel

  • and TJ’s Richmond lot, 4:290

Paine, Seth

  • newspaper publisher, 7:519n

Paine, Thomas

  • J. Adams on, 5:184, 6:297, 7:480
  • Agrarian Justice, opposed to Agrarian Law, and to Agrarian Monopoly, 4:168n
  • J. Melish quotes, 5:626–5:627, 5:629n
  • mentioned, 6:255, 6:296
  • Rights of Man, 8:668
  • TJ quotes, 1:512, 1:512n
  • TJ’s letters to, 6:8, 6:8, 6:47, 8:7n
  • writings of, 8:4, 8:6

paint, 1:55n, 1:97

painting

  • study of, 7:639, 7:639, 7:687

paintings, 1:522, 1:523–1:524n, 2:39–2:40n, 2:93, 2:106, 2:127, 3:624–3:625, 4:181–4:182, 8:xlvii, 8:136, 8:160, 8:195, 8:234, 8:238–8:239, 8:239, 8:393, 9:592

Pajarete (wine)

  • TJ on, 8:571, 8:571, 9:513

Pakenham, Sir Edward Michael

  • British general, 8:264, 8:267n, 8:301n

Palacio Fajardo, Manuel

  • South American patriot, 9:271, 9:702

paleontology

  • and Institut de France, 1:xlviii, 1:100–1:101, 1:103–1:104, 1:187, 1:248–1:249, 1:250n, 1:510–1:511
  • mastodon jawbone, 1:xlviii, 1:380 (illus.)

Paleske, Charles Gottfried

  • identified, 4:160n
  • letters from, 4:160–4:161, 4:315–4:316, 5:468–5:469
  • letters to, 4:175
  • and Union Canal Company of Pa., 4:160, 4:175, 4:315–4:316, 5:468, 5:468–5:469n

Paley, William

  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:480, 7:662
  • Natural Theology, 3:590, 3:590n

Palisot de Beauvois, Ambroise Marie François Joseph

  • Flore d’Oware et de Benin, en Afrique, 3:472n
  • identified, 3:472n
  • letters from, 3:465–3:473, 4:89–4:90, 4:517–4:518
  • and P. Piernet’s will, 3:465–3:469, 3:472n, 3:651, 3:652–3:653, 4:42, 4:68, 4:70, 4:81, 4:89, 4:166, 4:517, 5:99, 5:116–5:118, 5:216, 5:216–5:217, 5:228, 5:333–5:335, 5:351

Palisot de Beauvois, Mary Ann Rouelle (Jean Rouelle’s widow; A. Palisot de Beauvois’s wife)

  • and P. Piernet’s will, 3:466–3:467, 3:472n, 3:652, 4:42, 4:70, 4:81–4:82, 4:166, 5:99, 5:116–5:118, 5:216, 5:216–5:217, 5:228, 5:332–5:333, 5:333–5:335, 5:351, 5:378

Palladio, Andrea

  • TJ on, 9:500
  • works of, owned by TJ, 9:502n

Palladius

  • Rei rusticae, 2:82

Pallas, Peter Simon

  • edits Linguarum Totius Orbis Vocabularia comparativa, 9:373n

Palm, John

  • and Antient Plymouth Society, 1:58n, 1:59

Palmer, Aaron H., 1:518, 1:518n

Palmer, George, 6:77

Palmer, John, 3:385, 3:386n

Palmer, Thomas H.

  • Historical Register of the United States, 6:77n, 6:124, 8:260
  • identified, 5:650n
  • letters from, 5:649–5:650, 6:77
  • letters to, 5:667–5:668, 6:124
  • and publication on constitutions, 5:649–5:650, 5:650n, 5:667–5:668
  • and subscribers for new periodical by, 6:77, 6:77n

Palmetto Society (Charleston), 6:250, 6:251n

Palus (wine), 9:513

pangolin, 7:210

Pani (Pawnee) corn, 3:501, 3:502–3:503

pans, milk, 1:303

Pantops (TJ’s estate)

  • J. W. Eppes to sell, 5:102–5:103, 5:171, 5:325, 5:347–5:348, 5:349–5:350n, 7:482–7:483
  • proposed exchange of portion of, 6:71–6:73, 6:129–6:130
  • and T. E. Randolph, 5:171–5:172, 5:325, 5:325–5:326, 5:347–5:348, 6:72, 6:130, 7:482
  • and T. J. Randolph, 5:102, 5:171–5:172
  • surveys of, 3:570–3:573
  • TJ proposes to buy, 5:102–5:103

Panza, Sancho (fictional character), 2:44–2:45, 2:46n

Paoli, Pasquale

  • compared to Napoleon, 7:477
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:507

Papebroch, Daniel

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

Papendick, George

  • The Stranger, 3:633n

paper. See also stationery

  • in lost trunk, 1:153, 1:180, 1:205, 1:269, 1:284, 1:311
  • manufacture of, 7:73n
  • for printing, 8:629, 9:597
  • TJ records consumption of, 7:602n
  • waste, 8:xlv–8:xlvi, 8:287–8:288, 8:289–8:290

paper mills

  • at Petersburg, Va., 1:489
  • in R.I., 8:146

Paradis de Raymondis, Jean Zacharie

  • Traité élémentaire de Morale et du Bonheur, 6:510–6:511, 6:511n, 6:533, 6:597, 6:647, 7:286, 7:627

Paradise, John

  • family of, 9:6–9:7, 9:230
  • identified, 9:284–9:285n
  • marriage settlement of, 7:371, 7:373n, 9:230, 9:282–9:283, 9:283–9:284, 9:285n, 9:285, 9:322
  • TJ acts as agent for, 7:372, 9:230, 9:282–9:283, 9:285n

Paradise, Lucy Ludwell (John Paradise’s wife)

  • death of, 7:329, 7:370
  • estate of, 7:329–7:330, 7:371–7:372, 9:6–9:7, 9:230, 9:282–9:283, 9:322–9:323
  • family of, 7:329–7:330
  • identified, 9:285n
  • marriage settlement of, 7:371, 7:373n, 9:7, 9:230, 9:282–9:283, 9:283–9:284, 9:285n, 9:285, 9:322
  • TJ acts as agent for, 9:230, 9:282–9:283, 9:285n
  • trustees for, 7:329–7:330, 7:371–7:372

Paradise, Peter

  • and marriage settlement of J. Paradise and L. L. Paradise, 9:284, 9:284
  • as trustee of P. Ludwell’s daughters, 9:283, 9:284

Paradise Lost (J. Milton), 1:228–1:229n, 3:631, 3:633n, 5:585, 5:585n, 8:235, 8:358, 8:359n

Paragon (steamboat), 4:199

paregoric, 7:387

The Parent’s Assistant; or, Stories for Children (Edgeworth), 2:101, 2:193, 2:264, 3:122, 4:289

Paris. See also Jackson, Henry (1778–1840)

  • banks in, 6:650, 6:650
  • book prices in, 9:559
  • cisterns in, 5:308
  • coutumes de (legal customs of), 3:47–3:48, 3:71, 3:130, 3:132, 3:236n, 4:643n
  • exchange rate at, 8:430, 8:438, 8:497
  • guillotine used in, 8:551
  • hospitals in, 6:650
  • massacre of prisoners in, 8:689, 8:689n
  • meal market of (La Halle au Blé), 8:314, 8:315n
  • newspapers, 8:449, 8:452, 8:452n
  • Parlement de, 3:174n, 3:176n
  • poor relief in, 2:331
  • TJ on life in, 8:382
  • TJ’s book purchases in, 7:682
  • Treaty of (1763), 7:30, 7:32n, 9:479
  • Treaty of (1783), 7:455n, 8:269, 8:269n, 9:236, 9:575
  • Treaty of (1803), 3:256, 9:478, 9:480n
  • Treaty of (1814), 8:38n
  • Treaty of (1815), 9:388, 9:389–9:390n
  • U.S. consul at, 1:26, 1:207, 1:208n, 1:317, 1:536, 7:428–7:429n, 8:161–8:162, 8:162n, 8:291, 8:599–8:600, 8:607

Parish, David

  • carries dispatches, 2:410
  • and iron and steel manufacture, 9:339
  • and Lafayette, 3:54, 3:105, 3:106, 3:212, 3:213, 3:314, 3:445, 3:446
  • purchases bills of exchange, 4:488
  • and E. Ross, 6:568–6:569n
  • subscribes to U.S. war loan, 6:600, 6:602n, 7:137

Parish, Elijah

  • mentioned, 8:343, 8:358, 8:359n, 9:79, 9:381, 9:383
  • A Sermon, Preached at Boston, before his Excellency Christopher Gore, 3:75n, 3:156

Parish, John

  • and Lafayette, 2:14, 3:212, 3:446, 4:359, 4:649, 5:68–5:69, 5:213

Paris, in Eighteen Hundred And Two, and Eighteen Hundred And Fourteen (W. Shepherd), 8:628, 8:629n, 8:672, 9:122

Parker, Mr.

  • considered for appointment by TJ, 1:26

Parker, Daniel (of Paris)

  • on British debt, 3:199, 4:273
  • and design for plow, 1:233–1:234, 1:235n, 1:375, 1:538, 3:228, 3:245, 3:251
  • and Fla. land scheme, 3:96
  • and Lafayette, 1:376, 2:16, 2:245, 3:54, 3:212, 3:314, 3:445, 5:213
  • and merino sheep, 1:479, 1:538, 1:667, 3:342
  • paintings owned by, 7:341
  • sends dynamometer to TJ, 1:376
  • transmits letter to TJ, 7:505

Parker, Daniel (of War Department)

  • as adjutant and inspector general, 7:610n
  • reference for J. L. Edwards, 4:92

Parker, Edward

  • and American Edition of the New Edinburgh Encyclopedia, 3:589, 3:609
  • and Emporium of Arts & Sciences, 4:663n
  • identified, 3:589n
  • letters from, 3:589
  • letters from accounted for, 7:719
  • letters to, 3:609

Parker, Isaac, 8:376n

Parker, Sir Peter

  • British admiral, 6:250, 6:251n

Parker, Thomas

  • and Niagara Campaign, 5:533–5:542
  • recommended for military appointment, 4:529

Parker, William

  • as Treasury Department clerk, 7:294, 7:294, 7:314, 7:441

Parkinson, Richard

  • breeds Chinese pigs, 4:109, 4:110n
  • The Experienced Farmer, 4:110n

Parks, William, 1:370n

parlementaires, 1:128, 1:131n, 1:522

The Parlor Gardener (Cornelia Randolph), 3:635n

Parmentier, Antoine Auguste

  • Aperçu des Résultats obtenus de la fabrication des Sirops et des Conserves de Raisins, 7:54, 7:54n
  • Recherches sur les Végétaux nourissans, 2:82
  • Traité théorique et pratique sur la Culture de la Vigne, 2:82

Parr, Samuel

  • on classical scholarship, 9:84, 9:560
  • A free translation of the Preface to Bellendenus, containing animated strictures on the great political characters of the present time, 1:35

Parris, Albion Keith

  • U.S. representative from Mass., 9:42n

Parrott, Richard, 1:23n

parrot tulips, 5:358

parsnips, 1:157, 2:37, 2:38, 5:658

Parsons, Samuel Pleasants

  • drill, 7:246–7:247, 7:306
  • identified, 7:247n
  • letters from, 7:246–7:247
  • letters to, 7:306–7:307

Parsons, Theophilus

  • criticized by B. Waterhouse, 6:37, 6:96–6:97, 6:100n
  • and Federalist party, 9:6
  • as judge, 8:376n

Parsons’ Cause

  • P. Henry and trial of, 7:493, 7:493–7:494, 7:496n, 7:546

Partridge, Alden

  • and calculation of altitude, 9:9–9:10, 9:11–9:12, 9:71–9:72, 9:187, 9:188–9:193, 9:193–9:194, 9:193–9:194n, 9:241, 9:313–9:314
  • identified, 9:10n
  • letters from, 9:9–9:10, 9:187–9:188, 9:238
  • letters to, 9:71–9:72, 9:313–9:317
  • meteorological observations, 9:10, 9:187–9:188, 9:238, 9:239–9:244, 9:313
  • and U.S. Military Academy, 3:95n
  • and United States Military Philosophical Society, 9:192n

partridge, red-legged, 1:479, 1:599

Partridge, William

  • identified, 3:223n
  • letters from, 3:221–3:223
  • letters to, 3:238–3:239
  • and publication on dyeing, 3:221–3:223, 3:238–3:239

Pascagoula River, 3:265

Pascal, Blaise

  • and atmospheric pressure, 9:189
  • Thoughts on Religion, and other curious Subjects, 7:386, 7:386n

Passamaquoddy Bay, Me.

  • gold found at, 1:330

pastel. See woad, blue

Pasteur, William, 1:67, 1:68n

Pate, Matthew

  • as Bedford Co. surveyor, 5:50n, 5:63, 5:465
  • identified, 5:465n
  • letters to, 5:465

Patent Office, U.S. See also Thornton, William

  • congressional support of, 7:507
  • reports of, 6:226, 6:362, 7:487, 7:507
  • saved from British destruction, 7:669n

patents

  • of J. Baily, 6:456, 6:458n
  • of O. Barrett, 4:426, 4:512–4:513n, 4:592, 4:667, 5:181, 5:182n
  • of J. G. Baxter, 8:635n
  • of B. B. Bernard, 2:5, 2:5n, 2:36
  • of T. Bruff, 5:108, 8:97–8:98, 8:98n, 9:610
  • of A. Butler, 4:315, 4:315n
  • T. Cooper on, 7:258, 7:386
  • of R. Crosbie, 8:201, 8:202n
  • G. Du Jareau on, 2:372–2:373, 2:665n
  • duration of, 7:110–7:113, 7:113n, 7:173n
  • of G. Easterly, 2:283n
  • in Europe, 8:547, 8:554–8:555, 8:605
  • of O. Evans, 4:468n, 6:353, 6:354n, 6:379, 6:380, 6:382, 6:385, 6:454, 6:454, 6:454n, 6:455, 6:455, 6:455, 6:456, 6:457–6:458n, 6:514, 7:106, 7:106n, 7:107–7:108, 7:109n, 7:110–7:113, 7:113n, 7:128–7:129, 7:131–7:133, 7:154n, 7:170–7:173, 7:386, 7:386n, 7:386n, 8:535, 8:536n
  • and G. Fitz, 2:458, 2:479
  • of M. Garber, 2:458n
  • guidelines for issuing, 7:509, 7:510n, 8:412n
  • of J. Hall, 8:43n, 8:367, 8:369n
  • of J. Hargreaves, 4:418n
  • of B. J. Harris, 5:291, 5:292n, 5:307–5:308
  • of D. Hartley, 5:307–5:308
  • of G. F. A. Hauto and S. H. Long, 7:232, 7:233n
  • of J. I. Hawkins and C. W. Peale, 2:xlii
  • of E. Herrick, 4:417n, 4:514n
  • of W. Janes, 7:405–7:406, 7:438, 7:486, 7:506–7:507, 7:507–7:508, 7:508, 7:523–7:524, 7:552–7:553, 7:568, 7:570, 8:161n, 8:195, 8:201, 9:602n
  • lists of, 6:226, 6:282, 6:362, 8:160, 8:195, 8:196n, 8:253, 8:408, 8:408n, 9:592, 9:593n
  • of C. Morneveck, 1:196n
  • number issued, 2:367
  • and S. P. Parsons, 7:246
  • patent law of 1793, 7:171–7:172, 7:173n, 7:510n
  • of D. Peacock, 4:219–4:220n
  • C. W. Peale on, 8:546, 8:547
  • of H. Pease, 4:220n
  • of E. Perkins, 4:104n
  • of A. H. Quincy, 5:109–5:110
  • sought by B. J. Campbell, 9:564–9:565, 9:602n
  • of H. G. Spafford, 1:106n, 7:274–7:275, 8:209, 8:209n, 8:271, 8:271n, 8:273, 8:274n, 8:350, 9:340n
  • of J. Staples, 5:93n
  • of A. Stewart, 9:593n
  • TJ on patent agents, 7:552–7:553, 7:568, 9:601
  • TJ on patent rights, 7:128–7:129, 7:131–7:133, 7:606–7:607, 8:160, 8:367, 8:534–8:535, 8:605
  • of F. Tudor, 5:492n
  • of C. Whitlow, 4:427, 4:427–4:428n, 4:667, 5:22
  • of P. Williamson, 8:97–8:98, 8:98n
  • of M. Withers, 8:534–8:535, 8:536n

Paterculus, Velleius

  • quoted, 8:276, 8:277n

Pathkiller (Cherokee Indian), 7:161

Patriotic Bank of Washington

  • articles of association, 8:475

patronage

  • circular to office seekers, 1:30–1:31, 2:143n, 6:648
  • letters of application and recommendation from TJ, 1:77–1:78, 1:626–1:627, 2:179, 2:363–2:364, 2:416–2:417, 3:303, 4:164, 4:171–4:172, 4:186–4:187, 4:376, 4:458, 4:476–4:477, 4:482, 4:482–4:483, 4:516, 4:564–4:565, 5:9, 5:10–5:11, 5:11, 5:109, 5:299–5:300, 5:311, 5:313, 5:327, 5:359, 5:373, 5:373–5:374, 5:408–5:409, 5:417–5:418, 5:430–5:431, 5:435–5:436, 5:449, 5:495, 5:502, 5:586, 5:591, 5:645–5:646, 6:46, 6:63, 6:64, 6:211, 6:211, 6:288–6:289, 6:292, 6:396, 6:398, 6:399, 6:412, 7:203–7:204, 7:204, 7:240–7:241, 7:244, 7:364, 7:365, 7:366, 7:368–7:369, 7:370, 8:32, 8:124, 8:125n, 8:126–8:127, 8:128–8:129, 8:205–8:206, 8:244, 8:313–8:315, 8:537, 8:599–8:600, 8:600n, 8:606–8:607, 8:616, 8:616, 8:655–8:656, 9:412–9:413, 9:419, 9:446, 9:511, 9:521–9:522, 9:627–9:628
  • letters of application and recommendation to TJ, 1:14–1:15, 1:91–1:92, 1:167–1:168, 1:404–1:406, 1:464–1:465, 2:142–2:143, 2:211–2:212, 2:319–2:321, 2:383–2:384, 2:391, 2:423–2:424, 2:458–2:460, 2:500–2:501, 3:60–3:61, 3:249–3:250, 3:276, 3:345–3:346, 3:372–3:373, 3:523–3:524, 3:532–3:533, 3:645–3:647, 3:647, 3:649, 3:650, 3:651, 4:91–4:92, 4:274–4:275, 4:372, 4:468, 4:508n, 4:545–4:546, 4:623–4:624, 4:648, 5:36–5:38, 5:42–5:43, 5:70–5:71, 5:177–5:178, 5:286, 5:297, 5:300–5:301, 5:328, 5:398–5:399, 5:408, 5:456–5:457, 5:483–5:484, 6:27, 6:28–6:29, 6:29–6:30, 6:40–6:41, 6:42, 6:74, 6:113, 6:126–6:127, 6:170–6:171, 6:229, 6:268, 6:365, 6:503, 6:525, 6:546–6:547, 7:45–7:46, 7:48–7:49, 7:162–7:163, 7:165–7:166, 7:204–7:205, 7:213–7:214, 7:215, 7:229–7:230, 7:231–7:232, 7:232, 7:273–7:276, 7:280–7:281, 7:313–7:314, 7:365, 7:366n, 7:383, 7:566–7:567, 7:656–7:657, 7:668–7:669, 7:700–7:701, 8:9–8:10, 8:24–8:25, 8:32, 8:65–8:66, 8:124, 8:129, 8:161–8:162, 8:198–8:199, 8:205–8:206, 8:249–8:251, 8:597, 8:598, 8:601–8:602, 8:616, 8:639, 9:102, 9:126–9:128, 9:183–9:184, 9:194, 9:220–9:221, 9:235–9:237, 9:337–9:339, 9:408, 9:653–9:654
  • literary, 1:321–1:322
  • misuse of, 2:224, 2:236, 2:385
  • TJ on, 6:50, 6:161–6:162, 6:211

Patsy (TJ’s slave; b. 1810). See Fossett, Patsy (TJ’s slave; b. 1810)

Patsy (TJ’s slave; b. 1815). See Hern, Patsy (TJ’s slave; b. 1815)

Patterson, Capt., 2:453

Patterson, Mr.

  • acquaintance of Nicholas, 1:276, 2:495
  • and appointment of principal assessor, 6:443
  • and J. H. Cocke’s horse, 7:300, 7:301
  • and gypsum, 8:600

Patterson, Dorcas Spear, 3:526

Patterson, Edward, 3:534, 3:537n

Patterson, Elizabeth. See Bonaparte, Elizabeth Patterson

Patterson, John

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

Patterson, Robert

  • and altitude calculations, 9:187
  • and American Philosophical Society, 1:152n, 1:482, 1:571–1:572, 3:41–3:42, 5:311, 6:59–6:60, 6:60n, 6:83, 6:516n, 7:437n, 7:446, 7:486, 8:101–8:102, 8:193, 8:194n
  • and artificial horizon, 3:448, 3:479–3:480, 5:92, 9:76–9:77, 9:77n, 9:125–9:126, 9:205–9:206, 9:275
  • and astronomical case clock, 4:xlv, 4:149, 4:167, 4:229–4:230, 5:471, 5:507, 5:558, 6:31, 6:59, 6:61, 6:82, 6:83, 6:117, 6:468n, 8:687, 9:76, 9:125–9:126, 9:126, 9:204, 9:273, 9:275, 9:359
  • and books for TJ, 5:442, 9:194, 9:340
  • director of U.S. Mint, 1:330, 9:221
  • and Edinburgh Encyclopedia, 3:589n
  • friendship with TJ, 1:201
  • and F. R. Hassler’s claim, 9:220–9:221, 9:273, 9:275
  • health of, 9:204
  • A. von Humboldt sends greetings to, 1:453n
  • identified, 1:193–1:194n
  • and instruction of M. Lewis, 6:424n, 9:705
  • and W. Lambert’s astronomical calculations, 4:637n, 5:311
  • letters from, 1:193–1:194, 1:330–1:331, 3:41–3:42, 3:447–3:448, 4:167, 4:230–4:231, 4:409–4:411, 5:471–5:473, 5:558–5:559, 6:31, 6:82–6:83, 8:687, 9:125–9:126, 9:194, 9:204–9:207, 9:220–9:221
  • letters to, 1:482, 1:571–1:572, 3:431–3:432, 3:479–3:480, 4:147–4:149, 4:222–4:229, 4:229–4:230, 5:92–5:93, 5:311, 5:506–5:508, 6:59–6:60, 7:446, 7:486, 8:101–8:102, 9:76–9:77, 9:275
  • letters to accounted for, 1:201n, 2:68n, 2:404n
  • mentioned, 5:101n
  • and Nautical Almanac, 3:431–3:432, 3:447, 3:479, 8:144
  • and naval position for F. B. Taggart, 5:502, 5:503
  • and perpetual-motion machine, 5:xlix–5:l, 5:471–5:473, 5:506–5:507, 5:558–5:559, 5:559n
  • recommends son to TJ, 1:193
  • reputation in Paris, 2:48
  • and standards of weights, measures, and coinage, 4:147–4:149, 4:167, 4:167n, 4:222–4:229, 4:409–4:411
  • and watchmaker for Charlottesville, 6:83, 6:118

Patterson, Robert Maskell

  • family of, 1:194n
  • identified, 7:113–7:114n
  • introduced into Parisian society, 2:48, 2:49n, 2:162–2:163
  • letters from, 7:113–7:114, 8:122–8:123, 8:206–8:207
  • letters of introduction from TJ, 1:193, 1:201–1:202, 1:331
  • letters to, 7:142, 8:102–8:103, 8:246–8:247
  • and perpetual-motion machine, 5:558–5:559
  • professorship of, 8:446, 8:449n
  • as secretary of American Philosophical Society, 7:113, 7:142, 8:102, 8:122, 8:202, 8:206, 8:246–8:247
  • suggests standard of weight, 4:411
  • and translation of P. S. Du Pont de Nemours’s works, 4:327, 6:485, 9:617n, 9:617–9:618n, 9:618n, 9:619–9:620

Patterson, William, 3:526, 8:437

Patteson, Mr. R.

  • and R. Jefferson’s watch, 4:607

Patteson, Reuben B., 8:563

Patty (C. L. Bankhead’s slave), 8:395

Paul. See Julius Paulus (Roman jurist)

Paul, Saint, 6:541, 7:195, 7:575, 7:582–7:583, 7:590n, 8:190

Paulding, James Kirke

  • The Diverting History of John Bull and Brother Jonathan, 5:397, 5:397n, 6:110, 6:264, 6:644, 6:645n

Paulding, John

  • medal commemorating Revolutionary War service of, 9:91, 9:92n

Paulinia aurea. See goldenrain tree

Pauly, Lewis Abraham

  • identified, 5:99–5:100n
  • letters from, 5:116–5:119, 5:228, 5:378
  • letters to, 5:99–5:100, 5:216–5:218, 5:351
  • and P. Piernet’s will, 3:466–3:467, 3:467, 4:68, 4:68n, 4:70, 4:81, 4:89, 4:166, 4:517, 5:99, 5:116–5:119, 5:216, 5:216, 5:228, 5:332, 5:351, 5:378

Pauw, Cornelius de

  • Recherches philosophiques sur les américains, 1:521, 1:521n

Pavia, University of, 2:565

Pawnee corn. See Pani (Pawnee) corn

Pawnee Indians, 1:521, 1:556

Pawtucket, R.I.

  • cotton factories in, 2:99

Paxton, Charles

  • correspondence of published, 6:258

Payerne, Francis, 1:222

Payne, Mary, 3:533n

Payne, Tarlton

  • witnesses H. Marks’s will, 4:510

Pazienza, Giuseppe Maria

  • auditor in Pisa, 9:645n

peace advocacy

  • and N. Worcester, 9:104, 9:410–9:411

peaches

  • black, 1:483
  • drying of, 8:697
  • lemon cling, 9:545
  • planted at Monticello, 3:455
  • at Poplar Forest, 8:697
  • trees, 1:93, 2:107, 2:294n, 2:294, 2:313, 4:34, 4:141, 4:532, 8:71, 9:542

Peachy, John Blair

  • and M. B. Andrews’s will, 9:94n

Peachy, Thomas Griffin

  • and M. B. Andrews’s will, 9:94n

Peacock, David

  • plows of, 4:219, 4:219–4:220n, 4:221, 4:487, 4:526, 8:57–8:58, 8:185

Peake, Thomas

  • A Compendium of the Law of Evidence, 2:676, 2:677n

Peaks of Otter, Va., 3:355

  • altitude of, 8:696, 9:xliii, 9:18, 9:18, 9:27, 9:71, 9:72, 9:131, 9:144, 9:145, 9:148, 9:153, 9:154–9:156, 9:156–9:172, 9:173, 9:183, 9:187, 9:315–9:316
  • botanical study of, 9:27
  • latitude of, 9:18, 9:36, 9:36, 9:36–9:37n, 9:173
  • property near, 9:147
  • TJ’s Summary Comments on, 9:173–9:174
  • TJ visits, 8:696, 9:xliii, 9:18, 9:33, 9:33n, 9:122, 9:131, 9:144, 9:145, 9:153, 9:183, 9:313
  • used in surveying, 9:687–9:688

Peale, Benjamin Franklin

  • advises C. W. Peale, 8:464
  • and machine construction, 7:81, 7:86n, 8:460–8:461, 8:464
  • marriage of, 8:461

Peale, Charles Linnaeus

  • and machine construction, 8:460

Peale, Charles Willson

  • on aging, 8:465
  • and agricultural fences, 7:80–7:81, 8:81, 9:282
  • as artist, 4:141, 8:463, 9:281–9:282, 9:386, 9:599
  • digs well, 8:80
  • depicts specimens from Lewis and Clark Expedition, 9:605, 9:605n, 9:704–9:705, 9:707n
  • and drill, 9:280–9:281
  • on dueling, 8:464–8:465
  • An Essay to promote Domestic Happiness, 4:531–4:532, 6:68–6:69, 6:70n
  • and expenses for T. J. Randolph, 1:41, 1:45, 1:70–1:71, 1:307–1:309, 1:455, 1:458, 1:467
  • family of, 8:460–8:461, 8:462
  • and farming, 4:136–4:142, 4:179–4:181, 4:531, 4:532, 5:324–5:325, 8:81, 8:457–8:460, 8:462, 8:547–8:549
  • and gardening, 4:93, 4:139, 4:180, 4:531, 5:323–5:324, 8:82, 8:462
  • greenhouse of, 8:457
  • health of, 4:139–4:140, 8:81
  • and A. von Humboldt, 1:25n, 1:453n
  • identified, 1:45–1:46n
  • on importance of exercise, 8:82
  • and improved saw, 7:84–7:85
  • and improved windmill pump, 8:80–8:81
  • invents fruit-picker, 8:548–8:549
  • invents polygraph, 2:xlii, 5:207
  • letters from, 1:70–1:71, 1:103–1:104, 1:307–1:310, 4:136–4:142, 4:179–4:182, 4:531–4:532, 5:323–5:325, 7:79–7:86, 8:80–8:83, 8:457–8:466, 8:545–8:549, 9:280–9:282
  • letters to, 1:45–1:46, 1:187, 1:458, 4:93–4:94, 6:68–6:70, 8:366–8:369, 8:534–8:536
  • lodges T. J. Randolph, 1:101n, 1:104
  • makes dentures, 8:462
  • and mastodon, 1:101n, 1:103–1:104, 1:187, 2:507
  • and milling machines, 7:82–7:84, 8:535
  • on modesty of Indians, 4:181
  • and paintings owned by TJ, 7:341
  • on patents, 8:546, 8:547
  • and Philadelphia Museum, 3:472n, 4:137–4:138, 4:181, 4:182n, 5:323, 5:324, 6:291, 7:152, 8:81, 8:461–8:462, 8:465n, 8:534, 8:545
  • and plows, 4:137, 4:181, 8:458, 8:534, 9:599
  • polygraph of, 4:182, 8:535
  • portrait of T. J. Randolph, 1:xlviii–1:xlix, 1:45, 1:46n, 1:380 (illus.)
  • reflects on his life, 8:459, 8:462–8:463
  • and textile manufacture, 8:545–8:546, 8:547, 8:547–8:548
  • TJ advises on agriculture, 6:69–6:70, 7:79–7:80, 8:535
  • TJ on machines of, 8:367–8:369, 8:535
  • on underground springs, 8:457
  • on windmill sails, 8:458, 8:546–8:547

Peale, Eliza Greatrake (Benjamin Franklin Peale’s wife), 8:461

Peale, Hannah Moore (Charles Willson Peale’s wife)

  • T. J. Randolph on, 1:458
  • sends greetings to M. J. Randolph, 1:71

Peale, James

  • copies Titian painting, 4:181

Peale, Rembrandt

  • as artist, 4:141, 4:181, 9:281, 9:386
  • Baltimore museum of, 6:291, 6:291–6:292n, 6:374, 8:462
  • forwards minerals to TJ, 3:66n, 6:291, 6:373, 7:261, 7:262
  • identified, 4:357n
  • letters from, 6:291–6:292
  • letters to, 6:373–6:374
  • and paintings owned by TJ, 7:341
  • portrait of P. S. Du Pont de Nemours, 2:xli, 2:380 (illus.)
  • portrait of TJ, 3:625n, 6:125, 6:148, 6:149n, 7:429
  • portraits of Europeans, 1:71, 1:71n, 1:104, 1:187, 1:309, 3:624–3:625
  • and Society of Artists of the United States, 4:356, 4:400

Peale, Rubens

  • and gardening, 5:323
  • and pendulums, 7:85
  • and Philadelphia Museum, 4:137–4:138, 4:181, 4:531, 5:323, 8:461

Peale, Titian Ramsay

  • and machine construction, 7:81, 7:86n, 8:460

Pearney, John. See Pernier (Purney), John

pears, 3:190, 3:448, 4:561, 4:562

Pearson, Eliphalet

  • and Andover Theological Seminary, 9:255, 9:379, 9:382
  • mentioned, 9:381, 9:383
  • A Sermon delivered in Boston before The American Society for Educating Pious Youth for the Gospel Ministry. Oct. 26, 1815, 9:255, 9:255, 9:257n, 9:379, 9:382

Pearson, George

  • A Translation of the Table of Chemical Nomenclature, 8:429, 8:430n

Pearson, Joseph

  • duel with J. G. Jackson, 2:53–2:54n, 3:533n

peas

  • as crop, 1:157, 3:348, 3:351n, 3:501–3:502, 6:110, 6:514, 8:305, 8:305, 8:454, 8:516
  • dinner of, 7:356, 8:454, 8:516
  • grown at Poplar Forest, 4:379, 4:379, 6:486, 7:71, 8:69, 8:71, 8:516, 8:611, 8:611
  • Mazzei, 7:288
  • Ravensworth, 6:86, 6:86n, 6:109, 6:139, 6:140n
  • TJ sends seeds, 5:658, 6:45

Pease, Horace

  • plows of, 4:219, 4:220n

Pease, Seth

  • identified, 1:216n
  • and W. Lambert’s calculations, 4:254, 4:262, 5:245–5:251
  • letters to, 1:216
  • postal official, 7:206, 7:236, 7:239, 9:508
  • surveyor of federal lands, 9:474
  • TJ appoints as surveyor, 7:206, 7:236
  • TJ recommends I. Lewis to, 1:181, 1:215, 1:216

pecans

  • planted at Monticello, 3:455
  • TJ orders via New Orleans, 1:80, 1:81n, 1:211n
  • TJ sends seeds, 2:103, 2:294n
  • TJ to plant, 1:631, 1:657

Pechin, William

  • payment to, 1:41
  • publishes Notes on the State of Virginia, 2:173, 2:174n, 2:215–2:216

Peddock, Leonard, 5:595

Pedesclaux, Pierre, 3:237n, 3:478n, 3:485, 3:496–3:497, 5:85n

Pedro Alcántara de Toledo y Salm-Salm (Duke of Infantado), 3:342–3:343, 3:343n

Peintures des Vases Antiques (ed. Maisonneuve), 1:452, 1:453n, 1:482

Peirce, Isaac

  • Philadelphia publisher, 8:210

Pekin (ship), 1:331

Pekins, Joseph. See Perkins, Joseph

Pelham, William

  • identified, 1:217n
  • letters from, 1:216–1:217
  • A System of Notation; Representing the Sounds of Alphabetical Characters, 1:216–1:217

Pell, Mr.

  • letter from, 8:659
  • visits Monticello, 8:659

Pell, Mrs.

  • visits Monticello, 8:659

Pellet, Thomas A.

  • on British destruction in Washington, 8:57
  • letter from, 8:57
  • and U.S. atrocities in Canada, 8:57

Pelletier. See Mansuy Pelletier, Charles V.

Pemberton, Mr.

  • recommended by C. Clay, 4:86n

Pemberton, Israel, 6:284

Pemberton, James, 2:158, 3:268, 3:269n

pen, metallic, 1:106

penal institutions, 1:383, 1:384n, 1:474n

Pendleton, Edmund (1721–1803)

  • biography of proposed, 8:619
  • as burgess, 8:644
  • family of, 1:200n
  • on importance of limited government, 4:116, 4:117n
  • as member of Continental Congress, 4:601, 8:644
  • and revision of Va. laws, 1:381–1:382, 3:570, 5:136, 7:549
  • and Stamp Act resolutions, 4:599, 8:642
  • TJ on, 5:136–5:137, 5:137n, 7:411, 7:411, 7:548
  • and Va. Committee of Correspondence, 9:369n

Pendleton, Edmund (1745–1827)

  • identified, 1:200n
  • letters from, 1:200
  • and B. Moore’s estate, 1:200, 1:339
  • and T. Nelson’s bonds, 3:426, 3:458

Pendleton, John L.

  • as Caroline Co. clerk, 8:397n

pendulum

  • as basis for system of weights and measures, 4:147–4:148, 4:149n, 4:223–4:225, 4:226, 4:227, 4:228, 4:409–4:410
  • in clocks, 4:229–4:230, 6:82–6:83, 9:126, 9:204–9:205
  • innovations of, 7:85, 8:367, 8:463

Penet, D’Acosta freres & Compagnie (Bordeaux firm)

  • drafts on, 4:578, 4:625, 4:626

Penguin Island (Australia), 5:202–5:203

The Penitential Tyrant (T. Branagan), 8:450, 8:451n

penmanship

  • books on, 1:37
  • TJ on, 2:335, 2:352

Penn, Gabriel

  • identified, 8:10n
  • letter from, 8:9–8:10
  • seeks naval appointment, 8:9–8:10

Penn, James (1794–1870)

  • clerk for A. Robertson, 8:510–8:511, 8:511, 8:511, 9:52
  • identified, 8:510–8:511n
  • letters from, 8:510–8:511, 8:511, 9:52
  • letter to, 8:511

Penn, James (of New London, Va.)

  • and son’s candidacy for naval appointment, 8:9

Penn, John, 2:221, 2:223n

Penn, Thomas, 2:223n, 9:348, 9:348n

Penn, William

  • religious beliefs of, 6:508, 8:189
  • territory of surveyed, 9:689

Pennington, Edward

  • and M. Lewis’s journals, 9:467, 9:605, 9:605n

Pennington, William

  • as governor of N.J., 8:444n

Pennsylvania. See also Bank of Pennsylvania

  • Academy of the Fine Arts, 3:66n
  • banks, local, 2:135, 2:181, 6:650
  • canals in, 4:160, 4:160–4:161n, 4:175, 4:315–4:316
  • elections in, 5:370n, 5:396–5:397
  • Hospital, 3:277, 3:279n
  • improvements in, 9:66
  • legislative resolutions, 1:90–1:91
  • legislature of, 4:181, 4:182n, 5:468, 5:468–5:469n, 5:558, 5:559n, 6:650, 7:111, 7:112, 7:113n, 8:461
  • legislature of, purchases sheep, 1:18
  • mammoth bones found in, 2:507
  • maps of, 8:77n
  • marble from, 1:473
  • mills in, 8:460
  • moldboard of, 1:111, 1:252
  • Olmstead v. the Executrices of the late David Rittenhouse, 1:213–1:214
  • petition to legislature of, 6:650
  • Pittsburgh Commonwealth, 4:372, 4:373n
  • Pittsburgh Republicans address TJ, 1:90, 1:91n
  • politics in, 3:563, 3:564n, 3:584, 3:595
  • Provincials in French and Indian War, 1:290
  • Quakers of, 2:124–2:125, 2:125n
  • Republicans in, TJ comments on, 1:236–1:237
  • sheep in, 1:18, 1:69n
  • and S. Snyder, 3:563, 3:564n, 3:601
  • statute taxing dogs, 1:17, 1:68–1:69, 4:161, 4:161n
  • supreme court of, 2:376, 2:377n
  • textile manufactories in, 8:547
  • Washington Co. Republicans, 1:4–1:6, 1:99–1:100
  • wheat harvest in, 2:496
  • Whiskey Rebellion in, 2:385, 2:387n, 2:617

Pennsylvania, University of, 7:607–7:608, 7:608n, 8:318, 8:319, 8:321, 8:321, 8:323, 8:324, 8:327, 8:445–8:447, 8:449n, 8:564, 8:564n, 8:565n

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (Philadelphia), 3:66n, 4:182, 5:166–5:167, 6:291, 7:262, 7:401, 7:443–7:444

Pennsylvania Gazette (Philadelphia newspaper), 8:621, 8:622n

Pennsylvania Hospital, 3:277, 3:279n, 9:605, 9:605n

Pennsylvania Land Office, 5:101n

Pennsylvania Magazine; or, American Monthly Museum, 4:152, 4:153n

Pensacola, W. Fla., 3:281–3:282

Pentland, Ephraim

  • editor of Pittsburgh Commonwealth, 4:372, 4:373n

pepper

  • bird, 5:364–5:365, 6:xliii, 6:66–6:67, 6:67, 6:81, 6:127–6:128, 6:187–6:188, 6:195–6:196, 6:252, 6:292, 6:377, 6:386 (illus.), 6:615, 7:326, 7:567, 7:568n
  • black, 1:31, 1:45, 1:368, 2:109, 4:211, 4:211, 6:345, 6:348
  • cayenne, 4:102, 6:377–6:378, 6:378n
  • tabasco, 6:252, 6:252n

perambulator, 9:280, 9:282n

Peray. See Piré, Hippolyte Marie Guillaume de Rosnyvinen, comte de

Perceval, Spencer

  • assassination of, 5:68, 5:69n, 5:156, 5:156n
  • “The Book!” or, The Proceedings and Correspondence upon the subject of the Inquiry into the Conduct of Her Royal Highness The Princess of Wales (included in Book of Kings compiled by TJ. See also Book of Kings), 6:374, 6:374n, 6:413, 7:34, 7:36n, 7:270, 7:410, 7:410n, 7:500, 8:33, 8:240
  • British chancellor of the exchequer, 1:285n
  • British prime minister, 1:658, 1:659n, 3:437, 4:271, 4:272, 4:586, 4:587, 5:293, 5:296, 7:40–7:41, 7:44n
  • parliamentary comments of, 4:539

perch, 5:604–5:605

Percivall, Joseph, 1:66

Percy, Mr.

  • and batture, 3:491

Percy, Fernando, 5:85n, 6:436

Perdido River, 3:177, 3:264, 3:326, 3:344n

Périon, Joachim

  • Conciones et Orationes ex Historicis Latinis Excerptæ, 7:458, 7:458n

Perkins, Benjamin

  • store of, 8:79

Perkins, Elisha

  • medical invention of, 4:102, 4:104n

Perkins, Hardin

  • as executor of R. Jefferson’s will, 8:661–8:662, 9:32
  • identified, 8:661n
  • letter to, 8:661–8:662

Perkins, Joseph

  • militia service of, 7:161

Perkins, Samuel, 5:66

Perkins, Samuel G., 8:370, 8:371n

Pernety, Antoine Joseph, trans.

  • Cours de Mathématique (Wolff), 7:250, 7:253n

Pernier (Purney), John

  • account with M. Lewis, 2:34, 2:208–2:209, 2:364, 2:672, 2:673n, 3:49, 3:110
  • identified, 2:209n
  • letters from, 2:208–2:209
  • and M. Lewis’s death, 1:602, 1:603, 1:606, 1:607, 1:608n, 2:192, 2:209n
  • travel expenses paid, 2:34, 2:35n, 2:209n

Péron, François

  • biography of, 7:50
  • Voyage de découvertes aux terres Australes, 5:463, 5:464n

perpetual-motion machines

  • I. Lukens’s model of, 5:358 (illus.), 5:558–5:559, 5:559n
  • and R. Patterson, 5:471–5:473, 5:558–5:559
  • of C. Redheffer, 5:xlix–5:l, 5:358 (illus.), 5:471–5:473, 5:473n, 5:474, 5:506–5:507, 5:558, 5:559n
  • TJ on, 5:506–5:507

Perrault, Claude

  • as translator of Vitruvius, 6:381

Perregaux, Laffitte & Company

  • and TJ’s lines of credit in France, 8:377, 8:571, 8:579, 8:586–8:587, 8:589, 8:627, 8:632, 8:633n, 8:670, 8:673, 9:152, 9:153n, 9:186, 9:209, 9:353, 9:492–9:493, 9:561n

Perrin, John

  • A Grammar of the French Tongue, 5:557

perry

  • Treatise on the Culture of the Apple & Pear, and on the Manufacture of Cider & Perry (Knight), 1:582, 2:83

Perry, Jesse

  • identified, 2:168n
  • letters to, 2:167–2:168
  • paid for work, 7:45, 7:45n
  • TJ seeks to hire, 2:167–2:168

Perry, John M.

  • agreement with TJ, 2:169, 4:420–4:421, 4:465, 4:498, 4:509
  • family of, 2:168n
  • identified, 1:192–1:193n
  • letters from accounted for, 1:193n, 4:510n
  • letters to, 1:192–1:193, 2:168–2:169, 4:498
  • petition to General Assembly, 5:378–5:380
  • and plank for TJ, 1:192, 2:168–2:169
  • TJ pays, 6:554n, 7:291n
  • TJ’s carpenter, 3:412, 5:92n

Perry, Oliver Hazard

  • American naval commander, 6:370, 6:645, 7:643
  • wins battle on Lake Erie, 6:524, 6:524n, 6:531, 6:546n, 7:11, 7:14, 7:56, 7:57n, 7:88, 7:89n, 7:530, 8:259, 8:263

Perry, Reuben

  • account with, 4:280, 6:162, 6:257, 7:44–7:45, 7:45n, 7:514, 8:63, 8:63n, 8:63
  • and court summons, 5:381
  • family of, 2:168n
  • identified, 2:89n
  • letters from, 2:89, 3:513
  • letters from accounted for, 6:163n
  • letters to, 3:612–3:613, 4:620, 5:311, 5:338, 5:343, 5:485, 5:505, 7:514–7:515, 8:63
  • letters to accounted for, 2:89n, 6:163n
  • and plastering at Poplar Forest, 5:311, 5:343, 5:403, 5:545
  • purchases slave from TJ, 3:411–3:413, 3:513, 3:612–3:613, 3:613n, 4:620, 5:34
  • TJ’s carpenter, 2:89, 2:149, 3:412, 5:338, 5:485, 5:485, 5:488, 5:505, 6:107, 6:162, 6:257, 7:514
  • witnesses land conveyance, 3:369, 3:374

Perry, Sion (Syon)

  • militia service of, 7:161

Perseverance (steamboat), 4:199

Persian language

  • writings in, 8:6

persimmon trees, 7:52

Persius Flaccus, Aulus, 7:661

  • D. Junii Juvenalis et auli Persii Flacci Satyræ (Juvenal; Persius; ed. C. Schrevel), 9:455

Persoon, Christiaan Hendrik

  • and botanical classification, 7:210
  • Synopsis Plantarum, seu Enchiridium Botanicum, 1:437n, 3:167, 3:181, 3:596, 4:146, 7:626, 8:284, 8:285n, 8:319, 8:422

Peruvian bark. See cinchona (Peruvian bark)

Pesciolini, Ranieri

  • and P. Mazzei’s will, 9:675

Pestalozzi, Johann Heinrich, 3:39–3:40, 3:88

  • work by loaned to TJ, 8:429

Peter (J. Chamberlain’s slave), 4:15

Peter (J. B. Couch’s slave)

  • and lost trunk, 1:346, 1:347, 1:348

Peter (F. Smith’s slave), 6:378

Peter (TJ’s slave; b. 1770). See Hemmings, Peter (TJ’s slave; b. 1770)

Peter (TJ’s slave; b. 1815). See Fossett, Peter (TJ’s slave; b. 1815)

Peter I, king of Portugal

  • crowns I. de Castro, 9:326, 9:328n

Peter II, king of Aragon

  • and Albigensian heresy, 7:66

Peter, George, 3:324

Peter, Saint

  • painting of, 8:238

“Peter Porcupine.” See Cobbett, William

Peters, Richard

  • agricultural pursuits of, 9:598
  • on breeding sheep, 1:477, 2:380
  • A Discourse on Agriculture, 9:538, 9:540n, 9:600
  • and J. Hall’s agricultural improvements, 8:42
  • health of, 9:539, 9:598–9:599
  • identified, 9:539–9:540n
  • letters from, 9:598–9:601
  • letters to, 9:538–9:540
  • on plows, 9:599–9:600
  • "On Sheep-killing Dogs," 4:161, 4:161n
  • as president of Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, 1:133, 1:134n, 5:413, 9:600

Petersburg, Va.

  • banks in, 8:19
  • markets in, 3:102, 3:104
  • paper produced in, 1:489
  • schools in, 6:269, 6:332, 6:334–6:335, 7:89
  • unhealthy environment of, 8:609
  • and War of 1812, 7:670, 7:697–7:698

Peter’s Mountain (Southwest Mountains)

  • altitude of, 9:316
  • surveying of, 9:687
  • TJ hunts on, 4:671

Peter the Hermit

  • J. Adams on, 5:12, 5:13n

Petit’s Gap, Va.

  • on route to Natural Bridge, 8:697, 8:697n, 9:27, 9:35

Petty, Sir William

  • economic theory of, 6:593

Peuchet, Jacques

  • Statistique élémentaire de la France, 4:325–4:326, 4:326n, 5:436, 7:90

La Peyrouse (Kotzebue), 4:269, 4:274n

Peyton, Bernard. See also Green & Peyton (Richmond firm)

  • and bottles for TJ, 8:12, 9:371, 9:371, 9:418
  • and gypsum for TJ, 9:542, 9:581–9:582, 9:582, 9:602–9:603, 9:603
  • identified, 6:51–6:52n
  • introduced by I. A. Coles, 6:51, 6:52n
  • letters from, 9:418–9:419, 9:581–9:582, 9:602–9:603
  • letters to, 7:356, 9:371–9:372, 9:542–9:543
  • merchant, 9:370–9:371, 9:371–9:372, 9:418, 9:541, 9:542, 9:581–9:582, 9:602–9:603
  • TJ invites to dine, 7:356

Peyton, Craven

  • account with TJ, 1:470, 5:346, 5:420n, 5:421, 5:422–5:424, 5:426–5:428, 6:372, 6:544
  • and clover seed, 4:548, 4:557
  • and conveyance from C. L. Lewis, 7:535
  • conveys Henderson lands to TJ, 1:415n, 1:439–1:441, 1:453–1:454, 1:459–1:463, 6:198
  • corn contract with TJ, 5:419, 5:425, 6:553, 7:225, 7:231, 9:152n
  • declaration concerning Henderson lands by TJ, 1:463
  • deed to from J. Henderson, 7:352, 7:352–7:353
  • Deposition in Jefferson v. Michie, 7:672–7:675
  • and R. Grady, 3:625
  • grinds wheat, 1:109
  • and handles for TJ’s carriage, 7:360
  • and Henderson case, 1:415–1:416, 1:453–1:454, 3:594–3:595, 3:617–3:618, 4:401–4:402, 5:138–5:140, 5:147, 5:149–5:150, 5:157, 5:158–5:159, 5:193–5:196, 5:198n, 5:224, 5:275n, 5:364, 5:419–5:420, 5:651, 5:651n, 6:50–6:51, 6:78, 6:78, 6:79, 6:153, 6:196, 6:197, 6:197, 6:198, 6:198, 6:200, 6:201n, 6:201n, 6:201n, 6:315, 6:315, 6:316, 6:367, 6:472–6:473, 6:475, 6:475, 6:572, 6:573, 6:609–6:610, 6:611n, 7:117, 7:117, 7:118, 7:118n, 7:118–7:119, 7:351–7:352, 7:352–7:353, 7:677, 8:692–8:693, 8:693n
  • identified, 1:415n
  • Jefferson v. Michie, 5:149–5:150, 5:157, 5:158–5:159, 6:199, 6:199, 6:200, 6:200, 6:477, 6:477, 6:478, 6:478, 6:479, 6:480, 6:480, 6:481–6:482n, 7:597, 7:634–7:635, 7:672–7:674, 9:52–9:53
  • and lawsuit against I. R. Jefferson, 8:258, 8:258n
  • and lease of TJ’s land, 2:132, 2:133n
  • letter from to A. L. Duncan, 2:119
  • letters from, 1:415–1:416, 1:454
  • letters from accounted for, 2:133n, 3:243n, 4:641n, 5:346n, 6:367n, 6:372n, 7:118n, 7:352n, 7:535n, 7:675n, 9:483–9:484n
  • letters to, 1:439–1:441, 1:453–1:454, 1:470, 2:132–2:133, 3:242–3:243, 3:617–3:618, 5:346, 5:351, 5:419–5:420, 6:50–6:51, 6:367, 6:372, 7:351–7:352, 7:360, 7:535, 7:634–7:635
  • letters to accounted for, 5:346n, 5:420n
  • letter to from B. H. Henderson, 3:594–3:595
  • and Lewis family, 3:90, 3:91, 3:93n, 3:242–3:243
  • petition to General Assembly, 4:346–4:349
  • and J. Peyton’s estate, 2:117, 2:119, 2:255, 2:383, 2:482, 3:59–3:60, 3:186, 3:480, 3:481, 3:648, 4:640–4:641, 4:641–4:642, 5:350, 5:351, 5:409
  • and proposed duel with D. Michie, 5:150, 5:158–5:159, 6:479
  • and T. E. Randolph, 1:470, 3:334, 3:522
  • settles account for TJ, 9:482, 9:483
  • and shoemaker for TJ, 2:132, 2:132
  • TJ makes payment for, 7:708, 8:652n

Peyton, Harrison, 1:462, 2:119

Peyton, Jane Jefferson Lewis (Craven Peyton’s wife)

  • conveys Henderson lands to TJ, 1:441, 1:459–1:463
  • family of, 1:415n
  • identified, 1:463n

Peyton, John

  • estate of, 2:117, 2:118, 2:119, 2:254, 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, 5:351, 5:383
  • identified, 2:118–2:119n
  • Milton postmaster, 1:506n
  • receipt for effects of, 2:118–2:119
  • shoemaker employed by, 2:132, 2:132, 2:133n

Peyton, Robert

  • identified, 2:119n
  • letter from to A. L. Duncan, 2:119
  • and J. Peyton’s estate, 2:117, 2:118, 2:119, 2:254, 2:255, 2:383, 2:482, 2:495, 3:59–3:60, 3:149, 3:186, 3:480, 3:481, 4:640, 4:641n, 4:641–4:642, 5:314, 5:383

Peyton v. Henderson

  • court costs in, 6:338n
  • and H. Dance, 5:224
  • decision in, 4:401–4:402, 5:149, 6:473, 6:477, 6:477–6:478, 6:480, 6:572
  • depositions in, 6:200, 6:479, 6:480, 6:572, 6:609, 7:117, 7:672–7:675, 7:676–7:678, 8:692–8:693, 8:693n
  • and J. Henderson, 5:138–5:141, 5:224, 5:260–5:261, 6:153, 6:197, 6:472–6:473, 6:475
  • C. Peyton on, 5:261
  • TJ on C. Peyton’s role in, 6:572

phaetons

  • of E. Randolph, 4:231–4:232n
  • taxes on, 7:xlv

Pharmacopoeia of the Massachusetts Medical Society, 1:35

pharmacy

  • study of, 7:639, 7:639, 7:639, 7:640

Pharsalia (Lucan), 4:503, 4:506n

Philadelphia

  • Aurora, 4:56, 4:174, 4:174n, 6:83, 6:83n, 6:510, 7:282, 7:527, 7:554, 7:564–7:565, 8:435, 8:436n, 8:468, 8:469n
  • banks, 1:458, 2:117, 6:649
  • J. Barnes describes visit to, 7:470–7:471
  • Birch & Small (publishers), 1:18, 1:19n, 1:172n
  • commerce at, 4:26
  • construction costs in, 8:86
  • Democratic Press, 8:5
  • directory, 6:220, 6:280, 7:286, 7:293n, 9:130
  • dogs taxed in, 1:68–1:69n
  • and domestic manufactures, 1:170–1:172, 8:284–8:285
  • and drinking water, 4:161n
  • Francis’s Hotel, 4:537
  • French merchants in, 8:430
  • gardens in, 8:615, 8:640
  • Gazette of the United States, 2:92, 2:93n
  • and Genet riots, 6:254
  • Hope’s Philadelphia Price-Current and Commercial Record, 8:307, 8:629, 8:632n
  • houses designed in, 4:63–4:64
  • lawyers, 2:432
  • Linnean Society of, 1:663, 2:70
  • merchants in, 8:19, 8:430
  • Museum, 1:45, 1:46n, 1:104n, 1:187, 3:472n, 4:137–4:138, 4:181, 4:182n, 4:531, 4:532, 5:323, 5:324, 6:291, 6:291n, 7:152, 8:81, 8:461–8:462, 8:465n, 8:534, 8:545
  • National Gazette, 1:113n
  • newspapers in, 5:133, 5:133n, 6:83, 6:83n, 6:510, 6:599, 6:599n, 8:469, 8:621, 8:622n
  • The Picture of Philadelphia (Mease), 3:51n
  • Political and Commercial Register, 2:284, 2:285n
  • Poulson’s American Daily Advertiser, 3:95n, 3:577, 3:578n, 7:36, 7:37n, 7:104, 7:104, 7:105n, 9:709n
  • price of flour at, 3:518, 6:561
  • printers in, 3:189, 3:329–3:330, 3:449, 8:210
  • proposed relocation of U.S. capital to, 8:104, 8:104n
  • Relf’s Philadelphia Gazette, 7:299, 7:299n, 7:311, 8:532, 8:533n
  • reservoir and pumping station in, 8:81, 8:82n
  • scarlet fever outbreak in, 6:74
  • science popular in, 2:375
  • and Society of Artists of the United States, 2:437, 3:624–3:625, 4:355–4:358, 4:398–4:400, 4:407, 4:459–4:460
  • and standards of weights, measures, and coinage, 4:228
  • statehouse in, 8:461
  • steam engines in, 8:81, 8:82n
  • Universal Gazette, 1:30n, 1:30n
  • Walnut Street prison, 1:383, 1:384n
  • water committee of, 8:81, 8:82n
  • wool analyzed at, 2:39, 2:39n, 2:252, 2:492
  • yellow fever epidemic (1793), 1:185n, 6:254

Philadelphia (ship), 1:33n

Philadelphia, USS (frigate), 6:206, 6:207n

Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture

  • and L. P. G. de Lormerie, 1:133, 5:550
  • members of, 5:435n, 8:42, 8:43n
  • Memoirs, 1:477, 1:479–1:480n, 2:220, 2:223n, 3:33, 4:161, 4:161n, 5:413, 5:416n, 5:432, 7:381, 7:382n, 7:492, 9:539n
  • R. Peters addresses, 9:600

Philip (TJ’s slave; b. 1796)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:388
  • sells TJ a mink skin, 7:302n
  • travels to Poplar Forest, 7:71

Philip II, king of Macedon, 8:265

Philip II, king of Spain

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

Philip V, king of Spain

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

Philip (Christian Evangelist), 7:589, 7:590n

Philip, Mr.

  • and Niagara Campaign, 5:540

Philippe II, duc d’Orléans

  • and paper currency, 6:586
  • regency of, 9:432, 9:434n

Philips, Josiah

  • bill of attainder against, 7:495, 7:496n, 7:548–7:549, 8:334–8:337, 8:337–8:338n, 8:483–8:484, 8:620, 8:620, 8:643–8:644

Philis (Chamberlain’s slave), 4:15

Phill. See Hubbard, Phill (TJ’s slave)

Phill (Phil) (TJ’s slave)

  • delivers message, 7:268

Phill (TJ’s slave; 1742–1810)

  • on Poplar Forest slave list, 8:61

Phill (Phil) (TJ’s slave; b. 1801)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:385, 5:461, 6:309, 8:61, 8:255

Phill (Phil) (TJ’s slave; b. 1808)

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

Phillip II, king of France

  • and 1550 edict, 3:175–3:176n

Phillips, William

  • British general, 6:510, 6:510n

Phillips, William (17501827)

  • Mass. lieutenant governor, 9:4, 9:4

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

Philo (Philo Judaeus), 5:183

philology

  • TJ on, 6:403–6:406
  • works on, 1:265, 1:267n, 1:652, 1:652n, 4:99

Philosophia Britannica (B. Martin), 7:626

Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica (I. Newton), 7:282, 7:286n, 7:292, 7:293n, 7:305, 7:324, 8:469

Philosophical Essays (J. Ogilvie), 8:352–8:353, 8:354n

The Philosophical Grammar; being a view of the Present State of Experimental Physiology, or Natural Philosophy (Martin), 1:581

The Philosophical Principles of the Science of Brewing (Richardson), 6:533, 6:597

The Philosophical Works of the late Right Honourable Henry St. John, Lord Viscount Bolingbroke (Bolingbroke), 2:51

philosophy

  • of the philosophes, 8:551, 8:552, 8:562
  • study of, 1:502, 7:637, 7:638, 7:640, 7:641

Philpotts, Oakley

  • purchases TJ’s tobacco, 4:593
  • and unpaid tobacco bill, 5:138, 6:356, 8:128, 8:157, 8:180, 8:180n

Phoenix, Alexander

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

Phoenix Insurance Company (N.Y. firm), 4:423

Physick, Philip Syng

  • correspondence of, 9:22–9:23
  • lectures of, 1:307

physics

  • barometric calculation of altitude, 9:9–9:10, 9:10n, 9:11, 9:12n, 9:71–9:72, 9:187, 9:188–9:192, 9:193, 9:313–9:315, 9:316–9:317n
  • books on, 7:282, 7:292, 8:429, 8:429
  • study of, 7:480, 7:480, 7:638, 7:638, 7:639, 7:640, 7:641, 7:666, 7:686
  • TJ’s pamphlets on bound, 1:36, 1:38n, 8:629

physiology

  • study of, 7:663, 7:667, 7:667, 7:687, 8:668–8:669, 8:669n, 9:641n

piano, 9:xliv, 9:694, 9:696n

pickaxes, 2:546, 2:546, 2:547, 2:548

Pickering, Timothy

  • accused of conspiracy, 4:83, 4:628
  • and apples, 7:382n
  • criticized by J. Q. Adams, 4:435, 4:435n
  • criticized by B. Waterhouse, 5:641, 5:642n
  • as Federalist, 9:17
  • and foreign relations, 2:70, 2:387, 3:502
  • mentioned, 5:126, 6:254, 6:298n
  • opposes H. A. S. Dearborn’s nomination, 1:78, 1:280, 1:301–1:302
  • and plan for New England secession, 5:13
  • possesses TJ-Canby letters, 6:447n, 6:509n
  • as postmaster general, 7:273, 7:669
  • and Congress’s purchase of TJ’s library, 7:680
  • as secretary of state, 3:262n, 3:638, 6:194, 6:194, 6:195n, 9:575, 9:575, 9:578n
  • and R. Smith’s removal from cabinet, 3:568
  • on G. Washington’s cabinet selections, 6:259, 6:259n

pickles, 2:291

Pictet, Marc Auguste, 1:452

  • identified, 8:322–8:323n
  • letters to, 8:321–8:323, 9:419
  • proposed immigration to U.S. of, 8:326, 8:327n
  • TJ introduces B. S. Barton to, 8:321, 8:326
  • TJ introduces D. C. Terrell to, 9:419

The Picture of Philadelphia, giving an Account of its Origin (Mease), 3:51n, 4:186, 4:186n

Pieces Probantes, 2:439, 2:446n, 2:531, 2:532n, 2:658, 3:30, 3:233, 3:484, 3:484, 3:487n, 4:466

Pierce, John, 1:227, 1:228n

Pierce, John (waterman)

  • transports goods to Richmond, 9:547

Pierce, William Leigh

  • on earthquakes, 4:573

Piernet, Pierre (Peter)

  • estate of, 3:466–3:469, 3:472n, 3:651, 3:652–3:653, 4:42, 4:43n, 4:70, 4:81–4:82, 4:89, 4:166, 4:166n, 4:517, 5:99, 5:116–5:118, 5:216, 5:228, 5:332–5:333, 5:333–5:335

Pierre de Mages & Company

  • and wine for TJ, 9:323, 9:471–9:472

Piers Plowman. See The Vision of Pierce Plowman (W. Langland)

pies

  • mince, 7:78

pigs

  • Chinese, 4:109, 4:110n
  • killed by dogs, 4:170, 6:511
  • at Poplar Forest, 4:306, 4:373, 4:381–4:382
  • at Tufton, 4:414

Pike, Clarissa Brown (Zebulon M. Pike’s wife)

  • presents husband’s sidearms, 7:656

Pike, Nicolas

  • A New and Complete System of Arithmetic, 1:576, 4:244, 4:245n, 8:660

Pike, Zebulon Montgomery

  • An Account of Expeditions to the Sources of the Mississippi, 3:309, 3:309n, 4:354n, 4:445, 4:457n, 6:374, 6:413, 7:31
  • and Humboldt’s map, 4:352–4:353, 7:31
  • mentioned, 3:149, 6:209, 6:525
  • and War of 1812, 6:526–6:528, 6:528, 7:32n, 7:531, 7:656, 8:263

Pilgrim (ship), 1:294

The Pilgrim’s Progress (J. Bunyan), 7:26

Pilkington, Matthew

  • dictionary of painters by, 7:563, 7:563

Pillnitz, Declaration of, 4:429, 4:430n, 7:298, 7:299–7:300n, 9:68, 9:69n, 9:345, 9:346, 9:376, 9:432, 9:484

Pilot (brig), 9:470, 9:470, 9:569

Pinckney, Charles

  • and domestic manufacturing, 4:343
  • and S. House, 1:475, 1:513
  • identified, 1:476n
  • letters from, 1:513–1:514, 4:342–4:343
  • letters to, 1:475–1:476, 4:472
  • and J. Madison, 1:513–1:514
  • and J. Monroe, 1:514
  • negotiates with Spain, 9:488n, 9:518, 9:658n
  • and report of S.C. legislature, 4:342, 4:343n, 4:472
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:625

Pinckney, Charles Cotesworthy, 5:127n

Pinckney, Frances Henrietta, 1:514, 1:514n

Pinckney, Jonathan

  • and death of G. Jefferson, 5:258, 5:289–5:290

Pinckney, Mary Eleanor, 1:514, 1:514n

Pinckney, Thomas, 1:39n

  • War of 1812 service of, 7:162n

Pindar (Greek poet)

  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:662
  • mentioned, 6:403
  • Pindari Carmina (ed. C. G. Heyne), 9:196, 9:197n
  • works of, 9:87

Pindar, Peter [John Wolcot]

  • “A Simile”, 1:538n

Pindari Carmina (Pindar; ed. C. G. Heyne), 9:196, 9:197n

Pinel, Philippe, 7:342n

pine planking, 1:192

pine trees, 1:478, 7:52, 8:194, 8:248

Pini, Andrea

  • and P. Mazzei’s will, 9:675

Pini, Antonio

  • and P. Mazzei’s will, 9:675

Pinkerton, John

  • A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages, 1:256n
  • Modern Atlas, 3:296
  • Modern Geography, 1:256, 1:256n, 1:576, 1:581, 7:626

Pinkney, William

  • dispatches mentioned, 2:410, 2:419n, 2:470, 2:471n, 2:480, 2:530
  • and Embargo Act, 2:69, 2:70n
  • forwards letter to TJ, 1:124, 3:116–3:117
  • identified, 1:414n
  • letters from, 2:350–2:351, 3:116–3:117, 5:180
  • letters to, 1:414, 2:533–2:534
  • letters to mentioned, 2:544
  • as minister plenipotentiary to Russia, 9:516–9:517, 9:517n
  • and J. Monroe, 1:414n
  • and Monroe-Pinkney Treaty, 1:169, 1:170n, 1:414n, 2:412n
  • and Orders in Council, 1:271
  • returns to U.S., 3:577
  • TJ recommends A. McRae and J. Clarke to, 1:414
  • on TJ’s batture pamphlet, 5:180
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:624
  • as U.S. minister to Great Britain, 1:113, 1:118, 1:374, 1:409, 1:413, 1:423, 1:436–1:437n, 1:464, 1:518, 1:518n, 2:287, 2:325, 2:366, 2:418, 2:419n, 3:177, 3:245, 3:246n, 3:519, 3:519n, 3:568, 3:577, 3:600, 4:32, 4:234, 7:41, 7:41, 7:44n
  • visits Washington, 4:19

pinks, 3:353, 3:355n, 5:477, 5:477n, 5:553

Pintard, John

  • identified, 7:120n
  • letters from, 7:120n
  • letters to, 7:119–7:120
  • as recording secretary of New-York Historical Society, 7:119–7:120

Piombo, Sebastiano del. See Luciani, Sebastiano

pipes, tobacco, 8:109, 9:264

pippin. See Newtown pippin (Albemarle pippin)

Piré, Hippolyte Marie Guillaume de Rosnyvinen, comte de, 1:372

Pisa, Italy

  • TJ on, 8:326

Pisistratus

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

Pitman, John

  • identified, 4:306n
  • letters from, 4:305–4:306
  • letters to, 4:395–4:396
  • A Long Talk, delivered before the Tammany Society, or Columbian Order, on their anniversary, A.D. 1810: in Providence, 4:306n, 4:395–4:396
  • A Poem on the Social State and its Future Progress, 4:306n, 4:395–4:396
  • secretary of Republican meeting, 3:232n
  • sends pamphlets to TJ, 4:305–4:306, 4:395–4:396

Pitot, James, 2:243, 6:434–6:436, 6:437n

Pitt. See Chatham, John Pitt, 2d Earl of; Chatham, William Pitt, 1st Earl of

Pitt, William (the Younger)

  • education of, 7:660
  • mentioned, 6:141
  • TJ on, 1:507
  • TJ quotes, 5:303, 5:304n

Pittsburgh, Pa.

  • glass factory at, 6:468
  • Republicans of, address TJ, 1:90, 1:91n
  • and steamboats, 7:56–7:57, 8:591

Pius VII, pope

  • and Inquisition, 8:490, 8:491n
  • and Napoleon, 2:7, 2:9n, 2:242, 7:539, 8:490
  • pontificate of, 9:673
  • and restoration of Italian monarchy, 9:672, 9:673n
  • TJ on, 8:490
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:505

plague

  • study of, 9:207

A Plain, Elementary Explanation of the Nature and Cure of Disease (S. K. Jennings), 9:23, 9:25, 9:25–9:26n, 9:43

planes, 1:135, 1:136n, 9:223

plane table

  • for U.S. Coast Survey, 9:222

A Plan of New Orleans & its Environs (Boqueta de Wosieri), 3:499, 3:500n

“Plan of the City and Environs of New Orleans” (Lafon), 3:486, 3:488n

Plantage coronopus (Plantago coronopus). See buckhorn plantain

Plantagenet, HMS, 9:259

plantain

  • buckhorn, 5:550
  • treated as weed, 4:139
  • water, 1:57

The Planter’s and Mariner’s Medical Companion (J. Ewell), 8:472, 8:472n, 8:672, 8:673n

plant geography. See also botany

  • Essai sur la géographie des plantes (Humboldt), 1:265, 1:267n
  • forests, 1:131–1:134, 1:354, 3:33–3:34

plants. See also botany; seeds; specific plant names

  • books on, 1:582, 2:82, 2:83, 2:132n, 2:680, 2:681n, 3:167, 3:181, 3:320–3:321, 3:322n, 3:561–3:562, 7:458
  • bulbs, 4:497, 4:498n
  • catalogues of, 3:368, 3:368n
  • cultivated in France, 2:270
  • discovery of new, 4:426–4:428
  • eradication of weeds, 4:139, 4:142n, 4:180, 4:531
  • forest management, 3:33–3:34
  • inoculation, 3:644–3:645
  • medicinal properties of, 1:56–1:57, 1:84, 1:84n, 3:419, 3:604, 5:30, 9:185
  • Notes on Poplar Forest Plantings and Geography, 3:xlv–3:xlvi, 3:352–3:355, 3:358 (illus.)
  • requested from TJ, 8:21, 9:532
  • sensation in, 7:560, 7:560–7:561n
  • sent by TJ, 7:35, 9:533
  • sent by TJ to Poplar Forest, 9:562–9:563
  • sent to TJ, 3:419, 3:448, 3:645, 4:523–4:524, 4:535, 4:557, 4:559, 4:561, 8:21, 8:121, 9:185
  • specimens from Lewis and Clark Expedition, 2:90–2:91, 2:140, 3:150, 3:150n, 3:166, 7:34–7:35, 7:55, 9:704–9:705
  • TJ orders, 1:51, 2:140, 4:496–4:497, 4:497–4:498
  • TJ requests, from Ireland, 3:294–3:295

plastering

  • at Poplar Forest, 5:381–5:382, 5:403, 5:545

plaster (plaister) of paris. See gypsum (plaster of paris)

plasters (medicinal), 7:387, 9:40, 9:40n

Plater, George

  • family of, 7:574
  • governor of Md., 7:589n

Plato

  • J. Adams on, 4:474, 5:183, 5:184, 6:503, 6:504, 6:505, 7:74–7:75, 7:75, 7:75, 7:76–7:77, 7:478–7:480
  • lexicon of words used by, 9:276, 9:277n
  • mentioned, 7:24, 9:78
  • Opere di Platone (trans. D. Bembo), 9:394
  • and Scottish philosophy, 3:277–3:278
  • TJ on, 4:396, 7:453–7:454, 7:478
  • trinity of, 7:218, 7:221n

Plato Redivivus (Neville), 4:474, 4:476n

Platt, Jeremiah

  • identified, 9:430n
  • letter from, 9:429–9:430
  • seeks information on lumber in Va., 9:429–9:430

Plattsburgh, N.Y.

  • successful U.S. defense of, 8:84, 8:112n, 8:259

platypus, 7:152–7:153, 7:153n, 7:210

play

  • sent to TJ, 1:202, 1:203n, 1:509

Playfair, William

  • A Sketch for the Improvement of the Political, Commercial, and Local Interests of Britain, 3:274, 3:275n
  • The Statistical Breviary, 9:60
  • TJ’s gift of a work by, 1:265, 1:267n

The Plays of William Shakespeare (ed. S. Johnson), 9:88n

Pleasant, Thomas, 3:183

Pleasants, Mr., 5:121

Pleasants, James

  • as congressman, 7:214
  • identified, 2:185n
  • letters from, 4:519–4:520
  • letters to, 2:184–2:185, 4:482–4:483
  • recommends W. J. Harris, 4:91n, 4:172
  • and W. Ronald’s estate, 2:170n, 2:184, 3:155, 4:519–4:520
  • TJ forwards application to, 4:482–4:483, 4:519
  • TJ on, 4:172

Pleasants, James Jay

  • identified, 7:270n
  • as proxy for S. Pleasants, 7:270

Pleasants, Samuel

  • and books for TJ, 5:447, 5:455, 5:493, 6:122, 6:374, 6:412–6:413, 7:260, 7:270, 7:389–7:390n
  • A Collection of all such Acts of the General Assembly of Virginia, of a public and permanent nature, as are now in force, 3:146, 3:168, 3:169n, 3:177, 5:245, 5:245n, 5:253, 5:278, 5:278n, 6:122, 7:260, 7:270, 7:270, 7:270
  • and collection of Va. laws, 5:253, 5:278
  • identified, 5:253–5:254n
  • letters from, 5:278, 5:455, 5:493, 6:412–6:413, 7:270
  • letters from accounted for, 6:122n, 7:270n
  • letters to, 5:253–5:254, 5:447–5:448, 6:122, 6:374, 7:260
  • newspaper editor, 5:193
  • Richmond printer, 4:312, 6:32, 6:32n, 8:349, 8:398

Pleasonton, Stephen

  • State Dept. clerk, 7:499

Les Plees del Coron (Stanford), 3:546

Pliny the Elder (Gaius Plinius Secundus)

  • Naturalis Historiæ, 3:546
  • and scientific classification, 7:209

Πλουτάρχου Βίοι Παράλληλοι (Ploutarchou bioi parallēloi) (Plutarch; ed. A. Coray), 9:195, 9:197n, 9:455

Plowden, Francis

  • An Historical Review of the State of Ireland, 1:580

plows. See also drills (planting implements)

  • bar share, 5:326
  • Cary (Dagen; Connecticut), 4:219, 4:220n, 4:487
  • Guillaume, 1:20, 1:21n, 2:111, 2:176, 2:312, 2:332, 2:333, 5:273n
  • mentioned, 2:112, 2:259, 6:344, 6:347, 8:132
  • D. Parker’s double, 1:538, 3:228, 3:245, 3:251
  • Peacock, 4:219, 4:219–4:220n, 4:221, 4:487, 4:526, 8:57–8:58, 8:185
  • C. W. Peale experiments with, 4:137, 4:181, 8:458, 9:599
  • Pease, 4:219, 4:220n
  • Pennsylvania moldboard, 1:111, 1:252
  • T. M. Randolph’s hillside, 9:539, 9:540n, 9:599
  • sent to P. Mazzei, 3:375, 3:378
  • superiority of American, 9:599, 9:599–9:600
  • TJ orders, 4:522, 7:346–7:347, 7:552n
  • TJ’s moldboard, 1:252, 1:252n, 2:111, 2:145, 2:176, 2:312–2:313, 2:326, 2:332–2:333, 2:334, 2:345, 4:137, 5:93, 5:94n, 7:346–7:347, 7:492, 8:367, 8:458, 8:534, 8:680
  • used in agriculture, 8:10, 8:10, 8:185

Plumard, M.

  • and P. Derieux, 3:77
  • identified, 3:77n
  • letters from, 3:77

Plumard de Bellanger, Marie Françoise

  • assists P. Derieux, 3:77n, 3:395n, 6:337, 6:338n, 9:252, 9:253n

Plumer, William

  • Address to the Clergy of New-England, on Their Opposition to the Rulers of the United States, 8:175, 8:229
  • on Hartford Convention, 8:175
  • historical and biographical writings of, 2:347–2:348, 2:505–2:506, 8:174–8:175, 8:176n, 8:231
  • identified, 2:348n
  • letters from, 2:347–2:349, 8:174–8:176
  • letters to, 2:505–2:506, 8:229–8:231
  • requests works from TJ, 8:175
  • and uninhabited islands, 8:175, 8:229

plums

  • greengage, 8:548
  • harvesting of, 8:548
  • planted at Monticello, 3:455
  • trees, 9:542
  • worms feed on, 4:532

Plutarch

  • Lives, 7:662, 9:235n
  • Lives (trans. J. & W. Langhorne), 1:580
  • mentioned, 6:542
  • Πλουτάρχου Βίοι Παράλληλοι (Ploutarchou bioi parallēloi) (ed. A. Coray), 9:195, 9:197n, 9:455
  • quoted by Destutt de Tracy, 4:608, 4:611n
  • TJ quotes, 6:494, 6:498n, 6:591, 6:593n, 8:312, 9:95, 9:97n, 9:438, 9:438n

Plymley, Peter. See Smith, Sidney

pneumatics

  • study of, 7:638, 7:639, 7:663, 7:666, 7:686

Podensac (Podenac) (wine), 9:513n

Poème sur le désastre de Lisbonne (Voltaire), 7:560n

A Poem on the Social State and its Future Progress (Pitman), 4:306n, 4:395–4:396

“Poem on Thomas Jefferson” (Miner), 1:429–1:431

“Poem on Thomas Jefferson” (Welles), 1:431–1:433

“Poem on Thomas Jefferson’s Retirement” (Freneau), 1:226–1:229

Poems on Several Occasions (M. Prior), 9:432–9:433, 9:434n

Poems Written and Published during the American Revolutionary War (Freneau)

  • P. Freneau sends to TJ, 1:112, 1:113n
  • TJ’s subscription to, 2:309, 2:336, 2:369, 3:241, 3:243, 3:296, 3:334

Poesie (P. Metastasio), 7:455n

The Poetical Works (J. Milton), 8:581, 9:109

poetry

  • in America, 4:305, 6:297
  • dedicated to TJ, 6:464n
  • forwarded by TJ to American Philosophical Society, 4:147, 4:149n
  • memorization of, 4:131
  • sent to TJ, 1:226–1:229, 1:322–1:327, 1:429–1:431, 1:431–1:433, 1:617–1:619, 2:400–2:401, 4:167, 4:286, 4:305, 4:306n, 4:392, 4:393n, 9:207, 9:343, 9:343n
  • subscriptions to, sent to TJ, 1:225–1:226, 1:504n, 2:309, 2:369, 3:241, 3:243, 3:296, 3:334
  • TJ on, 1:504, 1:509, 2:52, 2:336, 4:396, 4:466
  • TJ orders, 4:201
  • works of, bound for TJ, 1:36, 8:630
  • written at Monticello, 6:463

Poeyfarré, Juan, 3:235, 3:237n, 3:484

Poindexter, Dabney

  • bond of with TJ and J. A. Goodman, 8:157, 8:158n

Poindexter, George

  • appointment considered, 1:25
  • carries letter, 5:364–5:365, 6:26
  • identified, 6:27n
  • and seed for TJ, 6:26, 6:66

Poindexter, James

  • witnesses document, 8:158n

Poindexter, Samuel

  • land of, 5:487
  • witnesses document, 8:158n

Poindexter, Thomas, 3:254n

Poindexter, William Green

  • as Va. state senator, 9:361, 9:496

Poinsett, Joel Roberts, 2:467

Pointe Coupee, La.

  • Lafayette’s land at, 2:244, 2:418, 3:212, 3:445–3:446, 4:30, 4:649, 4:650, 5:69, 5:212–5:213, 5:213, 5:214, 7:541

Point of Honor (G. Cabell’s estate near Lynchburg), 5:28, 5:29n

Poirey, Joseph Léonard

  • identified, 4:527–4:528n
  • letters from accounted for, 4:527n, 9:719
  • seeks compensation, 4:527n

Poland

  • government of, 3:8, 3:12, 3:16, 3:517n, 3:517n, 8:344, 9:346
  • history of, 1:35, 1:535, 4:56
  • partitions of, 6:212, 6:212n, 7:298, 7:528, 8:575, 9:68, 9:90, 9:345, 9:347n, 9:432, 9:714–9:715, 9:716n
  • scientific society in, 3:62, 7:56
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:504

Poletika, Petr Ivanovich

  • counselor of Russian legation, 3:189–3:190, 3:208
  • A Sketch of the Internal Condition of the United States of America, 3:190n
  • visits Monticello, 3:532, 3:539, 3:563, 3:567

Polignac, Melchior de, 7:662

Political Arithmetic (Cooper), 6:583

Political Disquisitions (J. Burgh), 7:628

political economy. See also books: on political economy

  • J. W. Eppes asks TJ for outline of, 6:312
  • as practiced in U.S., 8:489, 8:519, 9:336, 9:476n, 9:515
  • study of, 7:5–7:6, 7:638, 7:640, 7:663, 7:667, 7:686
  • TJ on study of, 4:162, 9:517
  • TJ’s note for Destutt de Tracy’s Treatise on Political Economy, 9:633–9:634
  • TJ’s title and prospectus for Destutt de Tracy’s Treatise on Political Economy, 9:630–9:633
  • TJ’s letters on finance, 6:220–6:225, 6:490–6:497, 6:578–6:592, 7:133, 7:185, 7:230, 7:488, 7:510, 7:689, 7:714, 8:16, 8:16–8:17, 8:18, 8:27–8:29, 8:29–8:30, 8:31–8:32, 8:35, 8:44, 8:154, 8:164, 8:178, 8:206
  • and wartime finance, 7:653–7:655, 7:669–7:671, 7:689–7:691, 8:16–8:17, 8:31–8:32, 8:33n, 8:35, 8:36n, 8:42, 8:44, 8:52–8:53, 8:84, 8:108–8:109, 8:109–8:110, 8:163, 8:163–8:164, 8:164–8:165, 8:168, 8:177, 8:259–8:260, 8:265, 8:293
  • works on, 7:90–7:91, 7:616, 7:617n, 7:628, 9:497–9:498, 9:498n

politics. See also books: on politics; Federalist party; Republican party

  • books on, 5:223–5:224, 6:374, 6:374, 6:413, 6:413, 6:504, 6:505n, 6:613, 6:613, 7:628, 7:682
  • books on government, 1:253–1:254, 7:628
  • bound pamphlets on, 8:630
  • elections, 9:506, 9:563, 9:578
  • factionalism, 7:57–7:58, 7:200–7:201
  • federal system of government criticized, 9:150
  • D. Hume’s essay on political parties, 8:328, 8:328–8:329n
  • Jacobinism, 8:150
  • and legislative instructions, 4:113, 4:113n, 4:128–4:130
  • in Md., 4:151–4:152, 4:153n
  • J. Melish’s opinion on, 8:152
  • in New England, 2:429–2:430, 2:533, 2:537–2:538, 3:28, 3:75, 3:553, 4:83, 4:612, 8:84, 8:135, 8:146–8:147, 8:286, 8:518, 8:614, 9:41
  • newspaper, 3:584, 3:595
  • in Penn., 3:584, 3:595
  • in R.I., 3:229–3:232, 3:257
  • in S.C., 4:342–4:343, 4:472
  • study of, 7:480, 7:638, 7:640, 7:663, 7:667, 7:686, 8:341, 8:341, 8:342
  • TJ on his role in Va., 2:259, 3:507–3:508
  • TJ on Republican party unity, 3:508–3:509, 3:515, 3:563–3:564, 3:584, 3:586, 3:592–3:593, 3:595, 3:606
  • TJ on study of, 4:162
  • works on, bound for TJ, 1:36, 1:36, 1:36, 1:36, 1:36

Politics (Aristotle), 7:686

Les Politiqves d’Aristote … traduictes de Grec en François, par Loys le Roy dict Regivs (Aristotle), 3:546

Pollard, Richard

  • and festivities for A. Jackson, 9:145, 9:147n
  • identified, 9:146n
  • letter from, 9:145–9:147

Pollock, George, 2:446n, 3:486

Pollock, Oliver

  • identified, 3:580n
  • letters from, 3:579–3:580, 4:267, 4:578–4:579
  • letters to, 3:605, 4:377–4:378, 4:625–4:626
  • and W. Robertson, 3:580–3:581
  • seeks reimbursement from Va., 3:579, 3:580, 3:605, 4:267, 4:377–4:378, 4:578–4:579, 4:625–4:626
  • To the Honourable the Legislature of Virginia. The Memorial of Oliver Pollock, of the State of Maryland, 4:267, 4:267n

Pollock, Thomas, 2:445n

Polly (M. Daingerfield’s slave), 3:112

Polly (TJ’s slave; b. 1810)

  • on Monticello slave list, 8:62n

Polly, John

  • subject of anonymous letter to TJ, 3:225–3:226

polyanthus, 4:523

Polybius

  • The General History of Polybius (trans. Hampton), 1:580
  • Ἱστοριῶν … Historiarum (trans. I. Casaubon; ed. J. Gronovius), 8:581, 9:109

Polygala senega. See Seneca snakeroot

polygraph

  • copies, 3:281–3:282
  • description of, 1:46n, 2:xlii
  • and J. I. Hawkins, 6:560n, 8:545
  • illustration of, 2:380 (illus.)
  • B. H. Latrobe uses, 4:67, 5:207
  • at Monticello, 8:236
  • paper for, 8:514, 8:672, 8:673n
  • and C. W. Peale, 1:307, 4:182, 5:207, 8:535
  • at Poplar Forest, 8:514
  • wood used for, 8:535, 8:545

Pomeroy, Mr., 5:533

Pomona: or, The Fruit-Garden Illustrated (Langley), 2:82

Pompadour, Jeanne Antoinette, marquise de, 6:622

Pompei, Girolamo

  • as translator, 6:280n, 6:522, 6:541, 6:541, 6:551, 6:552n

Pompeius Magnus, Gnaeus (Pompey the Great), 6:542, 6:542, 6:625, 7:24

Pond, Capt. (ship captain), 8:452, 8:452n

Pontanus, Jakob

  • edits Pub. Ouidii Nasonis Metamorphoseon (Ovid), 9:274, 9:275n, 9:464, 9:538, 9:639

Pontécoulant, Louis Gustave Doulcet, comte de, 8:558, 8:562n

Pontius Cominius

  • reputed Du Pont ancestor, 9:232, 9:235n

Poor, Immanuel

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

Poor, Nathaniel P.

  • and sale of TJ’s retirement library, 9:218n

Pope, Alexander

  • and Cleanthes’s Hymn to Zeus, 6:521, 6:521
  • The Dunciad, 9:256, 9:257n
  • An Essay on Man. In Epistles to a Friend. Epistle III, 9:432, 9:434n
  • Moral Essays, 4:391, 4:392n
  • quoted, 6:632, 6:633n, 8:114, 8:118n, 9:432, 9:434n
  • religious beliefs of, 6:521, 8:187
  • TJ purchases works of, 2:466
  • translator of The Iliad of Homer, 2:51, 8:298, 8:299n
  • "The Universal Prayer," 6:521
  • on women, 6:259, 6:259n

Pope, John

  • letters to, 4:164
  • as U.S. senator, 4:113n, 4:129, 4:163, 4:164n

Pope, Joseph

  • inventor, 7:438–7:439, 7:439n

poplar

  • Athenian, 3:353
  • balsam, 3:353, 3:355, 9:533
  • Lombardy, 1:192n, 3:353, 3:354
  • lumber used at Poplar Forest, 8:612, 8:613
  • tulip, 3:353

Poplar Forest (TJ’s Bedford Co. estate). See also Bear Creek plantation; Tomahawk plantation

  • acreage of, 4:387, 8:255
  • Agreement with Benjamin Johnson for Exchange of Poplar Forest Lands, 5:486–5:488
  • annual income of, 1:213, 5:400–5:402
  • asparagus grown at, 8:78
  • astronomical observations at, 3:361–3:367
  • attempted sale of part of, 2:77–2:78, 2:79–2:80, 3:64, 3:162, 3:163n, 3:186–3:188, 5:34–5:35
  • balustrade at, 9:148n
  • barns at, 6:488n, 8:174
  • beds and blankets for slaves at, 4:382–4:383, 5:33, 5:34, 5:460–5:463, 6:308–6:309, 7:71, 8:132, 8:158, 8:186, 8:186
  • builders at, 1:192n, 3:215, 3:412, 3:613, 7:xlvi, 7:380, 7:400, 8:10, 8:610, 8:613, 8:685, 8:697, 9:147, 9:148n, 9:304
  • cattle at, 7:71, 7:179, 8:72, 8:132, 8:173, 8:174, 8:520
  • cellars at, 2:89
  • chimney backs for, 5:485, 5:485, 5:505, 6:109, 6:349, 6:350
  • chimney screens for, 5:485
  • clothing for slaves at, 6:308, 8:158, 8:185
  • clover grown at, 7:71, 7:179, 8:69, 8:70, 8:78, 8:520, 8:611, 8:611, 9:494, 9:505
  • corn grown at, 2:96, 4:379, 4:380, 5:489, 6:486, 6:486, 7:71, 8:69, 8:70, 8:71, 8:72, 8:158, 8:542, 8:610, 8:611, 8:611, 8:697
  • cotton used at, 8:97
  • and curtilage survey, 5:482, 5:489, 8:70
  • diet of slaves at, 8:72, 8:72, 8:610, 8:611
  • distilling at, 8:70
  • dogs at, 7:180
  • and F. Eppes, 6:71–6:73, 7:400, 7:482–7:483, 9:608
  • fertilizer used at, 8:520
  • fish for, 2:423, 2:503, 5:33, 8:536
  • flour from, 3:421, 3:518, 3:531, 3:561, 3:612, 4:10, 4:11, 4:86, 4:87, 4:165, 4:165–4:166n, 5:307, 5:340–5:341, 5:341n, 5:481–5:482, 5:488–5:489, 5:545, 5:576, 5:600, 5:656, 6:3, 6:487, 7:72, 7:94–7:95, 7:402, 8:70, 8:132, 8:186, 8:284, 8:390, 8:582, 9:133, 9:254, 9:313, 9:370, 9:493, 9:505, 9:562, 9:593–9:594, 9:594
  • furniture at, 1:44, 1:287, 1:319, 8:255, 8:256
  • garden at, 4:381, 7:400
  • gypsum used as fertilizer, 8:520
  • hemp grown at, 4:379, 4:380, 5:489, 6:486, 8:71
  • hogs at, 2:96, 7:71, 8:71, 8:71, 8:72, 8:132, 8:158, 8:173, 8:174, 8:174n, 8:185, 8:611, 8:611, 9:562
  • horses at, 4:373, 4:381, 5:653, 5:653n, 7:124, 8:10, 8:70, 8:71, 8:71, 8:174, 8:174n, 8:520
  • household manufacture at, 4:380, 4:515
  • invitations to visit, 6:451, 6:451, 6:648, 6:649, 8:68, 8:685
  • latitude of, 3:361–3:367, 4:369, 9:245–9:246
  • library at, 8:121, 8:140
  • livestock at, 4:306, 4:373, 4:381, 4:526, 6:366, 8:10, 8:174, 8:185
  • lumber for, 8:612, 8:613, 8:695–8:696, 9:505
  • main house at, 2:xliii, 2:380 (illus.), 6:71, 6:72, 6:129, 6:129, 6:162, 6:488n, 7:44, 7:482, 8:132, 8:185, 8:186, 8:256
  • map of, 4:xlv, 4:370 (illus.)
  • medical care at, 7:387–7:388, 9:40
  • merino sheep at, 5:600
  • mills at, 3:64, 3:162
  • mismanagement at, 2:149–2:150, 8:555
  • Napoleon rumored to intend visit to, 8:697
  • Notes on Benjamin Johnson’s Lands Adjacent to Poplar Forest, 5:475–5:476
  • Notes on Poplar Forest Plantings and Geography, 3:xlv–3:xlvi, 3:352–3:355, 3:358 (illus.)
  • Notes on Wheat Shipments from Poplar Forest, 5:481–5:482
  • oat-grass grown at, 8:71, 8:520
  • oats grown at, 4:379, 8:69, 8:70, 8:542, 8:611
  • orchard at, 8:70
  • peaches at, 8:697
  • peas grown at, 4:379, 4:379, 6:486, 6:486, 7:71, 8:69, 8:71, 8:516, 8:611, 8:611
  • plant nursery at, 8:132, 9:562–9:563, 9:563
  • plastering at, 2:96, 2:149–2:150, 5:311, 5:338n, 5:381–5:382, 5:403, 5:457–5:458, 7:297, 7:380
  • portion of offered as security, 4:584, 4:678
  • provisions for carpenters at, 8:613
  • pumpkins grown at, 4:379, 8:70, 8:71, 8:611
  • T. M. Randolph visits, 2:97
  • roads, 7:179, 7:430, 8:70, 8:132, 8:157–8:158
  • round table for, 4:xlv, 4:307, 4:370 (illus.)
  • route from Natural Bridge to, 8:696, 8:697, 8:697n, 9:35, 9:450
  • rye grown at, 8:70
  • sheep at, 6:6, 8:71, 8:74, 8:185, 8:520
  • slaves at, 7:71, 7:124, 7:387, 8:70, 8:70–8:71, 8:173–8:174, 8:174, 8:185–8:186, 8:255, 8:697, 9:40, 9:215–9:216, 9:238, 9:494, 9:505, 9:562
  • slaves at listed, 4:384–4:386, 8:60–8:62, 8:63n, 8:72, 8:72n, 8:255
  • spinning at, 6:106, 6:107, 6:203, 9:713
  • stables at, 8:132
  • stonework at, 7:297, 7:331, 7:380, 7:380n
  • sundial at, 4:96–4:98
  • superintendent of, 8:496, 8:501, 8:515, 8:515, 8:542, 8:555, 8:555n, 8:610–8:611, 8:613, 9:493–9:494, 9:505, 9:562–9:563
  • surveys of, 4:279–4:280, 6:488, 6:488–6:489n
  • taxes on, 8:10, 8:47, 8:63, 8:73, 8:73n, 8:73, 8:255–8:256, 8:256, 9:50, 9:51–9:52n, 9:562, 9:568, 9:594
  • timothy grown at, 4:379, 6:486, 8:70, 8:611
  • TJ describes, 5:348–5:349, 7:482–7:483, 8:203–8:204
  • TJ plans visit to, 3:30, 3:46, 3:67, 3:75, 3:86, 3:86, 3:154, 3:327–3:328, 3:328, 3:332, 3:334, 3:339, 3:421, 3:644, 4:11, 4:132, 5:9, 5:17, 5:336, 5:401–5:402, 5:417, 5:446, 5:448, 6:43, 6:66, 6:76, 6:84, 6:84, 6:85, 6:86–6:87, 6:88, 6:125, 6:132, 6:156, 6:203, 6:204, 6:214, 6:225, 6:285, 6:331, 6:366, 6:397, 6:398, 6:412, 6:429, 6:430, 6:442, 6:442, 6:445, 6:523, 6:594, 6:595, 6:595–6:596, 6:604, 6:605, 6:621, 6:635, 7:71, 7:135–7:136, 7:143, 7:297, 7:300, 7:301, 7:301, 7:305, 7:316, 7:321, 7:322, 7:355, 7:357–7:358, 7:358n, 7:360, 7:365, 7:369, 7:370, 7:647, 7:710, 8:10, 8:10–8:11, 8:22, 8:47, 8:54, 8:56, 8:185, 8:354, 8:359, 8:383, 8:387, 8:427, 8:433, 8:481, 8:481, 8:482, 8:490, 8:519, 8:610, 8:656, 8:660, 8:674, 8:676, 8:677, 8:697, 9:106, 9:524, 9:554, 9:562, 9:568, 9:601, 9:608, 9:639, 9:639, 9:641n, 9:648, 9:663, 9:665
  • TJ returns from, 2:33, 2:39, 2:50, 5:91, 5:94, 6:111, 6:116, 6:135, 6:155, 6:451, 6:486, 6:486n, 6:487, 6:487–6:488n, 7:100, 7:440, 7:448, 7:453, 8:55n, 8:74, 8:519, 8:569, 9:275, 9:276, 9:302, 9:702, 9:711
  • and TJ’s debts, 2:260
  • TJ sends for steers from, 4:526
  • TJ’s instructions for management of, 4:379–4:382, 8:69–8:72, 9:562–9:563
  • TJ visits, 1:519, 2:xliii, 2:50, 2:256, 2:314, 2:329, 2:408, 2:462, 2:464, 3:64, 3:102, 3:286, 3:316, 3:347, 3:351n, 3:397n, 4:5, 4:6n, 4:82, 4:86, 4:87, 4:90, 4:93, 4:94, 4:95, 4:98, 4:146, 4:183, 4:312, 4:346n, 4:429, 4:459, 4:460, 4:463, 4:584, 4:620, 4:650, 4:675, 4:676, 4:677, 4:679, 6:106–6:107, 6:225, 6:438, 6:483n, 6:497, 6:595n, 6:604n, 6:646, 7:178, 7:248, 7:382, 7:409–7:410, 7:410–7:411, 7:412, 7:433, 7:434, 7:450, 7:457, 7:518, 8:531, 8:555, 8:556, 8:565, 8:696, 8:697, 9:18, 9:33n, 9:37, 9:41, 9:49, 9:50, 9:59, 9:90, 9:129, 9:130, 9:130–9:131, 9:147, 9:153, 9:238, 9:250, 9:254, 9:276, 9:304, 9:308, 9:343, 9:345, 9:357
  • tobacco grown at, 1:157n, 2:27–2:28, 2:96, 2:217, 2:230, 3:375, 3:392, 3:420–3:421, 4:307, 4:373–4:374, 4:379, 4:381, 4:422, 4:461, 4:515, 4:516, 4:528, 4:555, 5:91, 5:92n, 5:132, 5:531, 5:545, 5:599, 6:203, 6:486, 6:544, 7:71, 7:124, 7:179, 7:263, 8:70, 8:70, 8:97, 8:132, 8:157, 8:158, 8:186, 8:203, 8:284, 8:284, 8:417, 8:542, 8:611, 8:697, 9:51, 9:133, 9:254, 9:313, 9:370, 9:493, 9:505, 9:505, 9:541, 9:562, 9:568, 9:568–9:569, 9:569, 9:593–9:594, 9:594, 9:604
  • trees at, 8:70, 8:613, 9:183n
  • visitors to, 6:94, 6:106, 8:132, 8:212, 8:512, 8:695, 9:147, 9:147, 9:148
  • weather at, 7:400, 9:51
  • wheat grown at, 2:96, 2:217, 2:495, 3:392, 3:394, 3:420–3:421, 3:538, 4:86, 4:87, 4:94, 4:95, 4:165, 4:165–4:166n, 4:170–4:171, 4:184, 4:307–4:308, 4:341–4:342, 4:373, 4:379, 5:340–5:341, 5:470–5:471, 5:475, 5:481–5:482, 6:331, 6:486, 6:544, 7:94–7:95, 7:400, 7:461, 8:10, 8:69, 8:70, 8:70, 8:71, 8:132, 8:158, 8:173, 8:174n, 8:186, 8:186n, 8:203, 8:284, 8:417, 8:542, 8:610, 8:611, 8:697, 9:51, 9:313, 9:505, 9:594, 9:604
  • wing of offices at, 6:71, 7:xlvi, 7:380n, 7:380n, 7:434 (illus.), 7:482, 7:483n, 8:10
  • Overseers at (. See also Darnil (Darnell; Darniel; Darnold), Nimrod; Goodman, Jeremiah Augustus; Griffin, Burgess; Miller, Robert (overseer); Miller, William J. (overseer); Morris, Zachariah; Yancey, Joel (d. 1833))
    • accommodations for, 8:204
    • accounting practices of, 4:94
    • competency of, 8:610–8:611, 9:254
    • crop share of, 2:27, 2:28, 2:230, 2:230n, 4:342
    • hired, 4:132, 4:133n, 4:307, 8:493n, 9:34, 9:34n
    • list slave beds and blankets, 4:382–4:383
    • make contracts for sale of wheat, 4:165, 4:170–4:171, 4:184, 4:212, 5:482n
    • plantation management by, 2:149–2:150, 4:386n, 5:488–5:490, 5:663, 9:594
    • and prizing of tobacco, 3:269, 3:457, 8:70
    • report plantation activities, 1:180, 2:96–2:97
    • and sale of tobacco to S. J. Harrison, 3:457, 3:561, 3:634, 3:639–3:640, 3:650, 4:422, 4:461, 4:515, 4:549, 5:531, 5:545, 5:600, 5:638, 6:4, 6:5, 6:24–6:25, 6:25–6:26
    • send tobacco to Richmond, 1:157n, 7:179, 8:132
    • TJ entrusts documents to, 2:328, 2:330, 4:308
    • TJ seeks replacement for, 8:203–8:204, 8:432–8:433, 8:493, 8:496, 8:542, 8:555, 8:611, 9:604, 9:604n
    • TJ’s instructions to, 2:232, 2:233n, 4:379–4:382, 4:515–4:516, 4:526–4:527, 5:31, 5:600, 6:486–6:487, 7:71, 7:124, 7:179–7:180, 7:263, 8:10–8:11, 8:78, 8:132, 8:157–8:158, 8:184–8:186, 8:610–8:611
    • wages for, 8:204, 9:99, 9:99n, 9:216n

poppy, oil, 2:270, 2:271

Porée, Jean Baptiste

  • conveys book to TJ, 1:674, 2:353, 2:405
  • identified, 2:354n
  • letters from, 2:353–2:354
  • letters to, 2:405

pork

  • at Belmont estate, 3:170–3:171
  • for R. Durrett, 5:418
  • price of, 8:307
  • received as pay, 1:419, 1:421, 4:143, 6:304
  • for slaves, 8:184–8:185
  • supply of, 1:451, 5:545–5:546
  • toll on, 5:379
  • at Tufton, 2:112, 2:371

Porson, Richard

  • classical scholar, 9:86

port (wine), 8:232, 9:263, 9:313, 9:324, 9:325, 9:366, 9:402, 9:474, 9:602, 9:659

Portalis, Jean Etienne Marie

  • Projet de Code Civil, 3:132, 3:135n

Port Dover, Upper Canada

  • burned by U.S. forces, 8:217

porter (beer), 3:241–3:242, 3:252, 4:630

Porter, David

  • identified, 1:444n
  • Journal of a Cruize made to the Pacific Ocean, 8:672
  • letters from, 1:443–1:445
  • naval service of, 7:502n, 7:642–7:643
  • Plan for a Voyage of Discovery to the Northwest Coast of America, 1:445–1:449

Porter, Jane

  • The Scottish Chiefs, 7:65, 8:626, 8:626n

Porter, John

  • claim for compensation, 1:583–1:584, 1:625, 1:644, 8:494–8:495
  • identified, 1:644–1:645n
  • health of, 8:494
  • letter from, 8:494–8:495
  • letters from accounted for, 1:584n
  • letters to, 1:644–1:645

Porter, Peter Buell

  • identified, 3:333n
  • letters from, 3:333
  • letters from accounted for, 3:460n
  • letters to, 3:437
  • and Niagara Campaign, 5:536–5:540
  • as quartermaster general, 5:410–5:411, 7:656
  • and Report of the Commissioners, 3:460n
  • sends gypsum, 3:333, 3:437
  • and War of 1812, 7:405

Porterfield, Robert

  • commands troops, 7:632

Porteus, Beilby

  • A Summary of the Principal Evidences for the Truth and Divine Origin of the Christian Revelation, 3:590, 3:590n, 4:674, 4:674n, 5:98n, 6:15, 6:61

Port Folio

  • C. Caldwell as editor of, 7:317–7:318, 7:319n, 7:328–7:329, 7:410–7:412
  • T. Cooper writes for, 7:560, 7:657, 8:12, 8:447, 8:449n
  • publishes account of M. Lewis’s death, 7:63, 7:64n
  • reviews J. Melish’s work, 5:628–5:629, 5:630n
  • TJ asked to write for, 7:317–7:318
  • TJ subscribes to, 7:410–7:411, 7:561

Portobello (TJ’s property)

  • TJ’s patent of, 4:386

Portsmouth, Va.

  • unusual atmospheric phenomenon reported from, 6:340–6:341
  • Washington Tavern, 6:341

Port Talbot, Upper Canada

  • U.S. attack on, 8:217

Portugal

  • and Brazil, 8:503, 8:508n
  • and colonization of slaves, 3:319
  • earthquake in, 4:189, 4:190n
  • French designs on, 2:274
  • health in, 4:361
  • merino sheep arrive from, 4:40
  • military operations in, 2:166, 2:233, 2:667
  • relations with Great Britain, 2:275, 2:277n, 4:337, 4:587
  • relations with Spain, 9:516
  • TJ orders wine from, 8:571, 8:571, 8:662, 9:77, 9:98, 9:133, 9:313, 9:324, 9:325n
  • U.S. consulship in, 4:185, 4:212, 4:218–4:219
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:505

Post, Jotham

  • opposes purchase of TJ’s library, 8:26n

Post, Willis

  • boat pilot, 9:558

posterity

  • TJ on, 5:166, 6:233, 6:234

Posthumous Works (Frederick II, king of Prussia; trans. T. Holcroft), 9:709n

Postlethwayt, Malachy

  • and economic theory, 6:593

postmaster general, U.S. See Granger, Gideon: as postmaster general; Meigs, Return Jonathan (ca. 1765–1825): as postmaster general; Pickering, Timothy: as postmaster general

Post Office, U.S.

  • appointment of postmasters, 7:239–7:240, 9:653–9:654
  • contracts with, 1:139–1:140, 1:350–1:352
  • 1810 act, 3:147–3:148
  • funds of, 1:407, 1:421
  • List of Post Offices in the United States, including all established before December 31st, 1807, 1:514, 1:514n
  • and mail service, 8:172, 8:415, 9:50, 9:317, 9:324
  • and post roads, 1:350–1:352, 7:347, 9:474–9:476, 9:507–9:508, 9:510n
  • 1799 Act, 3:147–3:148
  • and H. G. Spafford’s Gazeteer, 6:449–6:450
  • Table of Post Offices in the United States, 4:10, 4:112–4:113
  • TJ requests local schedule, 1:506, 1:514
  • and Va. post offices, 2:169, 2:178–2:179, 2:269, 2:333, 2:535, 3:102–3:104, 3:147–3:148, 6:644, 8:63, 8:376, 8:420, 8:420n, 8:425, 8:426n, 8:432, 8:566

potash, 4:8

potatoes, 1:157, 1:196–1:197, 2:38, 3:348, 4:141, 4:180, 4:531, 7:308, 9:229–9:230

potato oats, 5:657, 5:658n

Potawatomi Indians, 8:151

Pothier, Robert Joseph

  • Anciennes loix des François, 3:130–3:131, 3:175n, 3:546
  • Traité du droit de domaine de propriété, 3:174n

Potocki, Jean

  • identified, 3:44n
  • letters from, 3:43–3:44
  • letters to, 3:618
  • letters to forwarded, 4:99
  • Principes de Chronologie, pour les Temps Antérieurs aux Olympiades, 2:467, 2:468n, 3:43, 3:44n, 3:115, 3:434, 3:456, 3:618, 8:235–8:236
  • writings of, 2:467

Potomac River

  • and British troop movements, 7:642, 7:643
  • establishment of steamboats on, 6:62
  • lottery to improve navigation on, 4:288
  • mentioned, 3:238–3:239, 5:215
  • surveying of, 9:686, 9:686–9:687, 9:689
  • variant spellings of, 8:179

Potoski, Count. See Potocki, Jean

pots

  • coffee, 4:231–4:232n, 8:393, 8:485, 8:486
  • for slaves, 8:70–8:71, 8:186

Potter, John (Archbishop of Canterbury)

  • as classical scholar, 7:662, 9:84

Potter, John (mathematician)

  • A System of Practical Mathematics, 7:250, 7:253n, 9:107, 9:229n

Potter, Tom, 3:474

Potter, Walter. See also Fitzwhylsonn & Potter (Richmond firm)

  • and Edinburgh Review, 3:599
  • identified, 3:599n

Potts, Isaac, 2:223

Pouncey’s tract (TJ’s property), 1:488n, 4:387

P. Ovidii Nasonis Opera (Ovid; ed. P. Burnam), 9:646n

Powell, Samuel

  • U.S. representative from Tenn., 9:186n

Power, J., 2:84

Power, Thomas

  • correspondence with J. Wilkinson, 4:398, 4:398n

The Power of Religion on the Mind, in Retirement, Affliction, and At the Approach of Death (L. Murray), 8:388, 8:672

Powhatan Court House, Va., 3:103, 3:104n, 3:148, 3:148, 3:164

Poydras, Julien Lalande

  • Adresse au Conseil Legislatif du Territoire d’Orleans, 2:682, 4:466
  • affidavit on batture, 3:483, 3:486–3:487n, 3:497
  • and batture controversy, 2:427, 2:435, 2:436n, 2:463, 2:516, 2:518n, 2:658, 2:682, 3:25, 3:26n, 3:204, 3:483, 3:487n, 5:85n
  • and J. Dawson’s application, 4:648
  • Orleans territorial delegate, 1:179, 1:180n
  • Speech of Julien Poydras, Esq. the Delegate of the Territory of Orleans, in support of the right of the public to the Batture, 2:516, 2:518n, 2:658, 3:30, 3:483
  • and TJ’s Proceedings, 5:392

pozzolana (volcanic ash), 8:166, 8:402, 8:403n

Practical Piety (H. More), 5:98n, 7:586, 7:590n

A Practical Treatise of Husbandry (Duhamel du Monceau), 2:82, 6:380

A Practical Treatise of The Law of Vendors and Purchasers of Estates (Sugden), 6:477

A Practical Treatise on Dyeing, and Callicoe Printing (Cooper), 2:377n

The Practice of the Court of Chancery (J. Harrison), 8:388, 8:672

Pradelle (Pradel), Alexandrina de la Chaise, 2:523, 3:489

Pradelle (Pradel), Jean, 2:523, 2:524, 2:525, 3:489

Pragmatics of Attaliata. See Ivris Græco-romani tam canonici qvam civilis (Leunclavius)

Preble, Edward

  • U.S. naval commander, 6:216

Preble, Henry, 3:212, 3:445, 5:213

Precedents of proceedings in the House of Commons (J. Hatsell), 4:400–4:401, 4:464, 4:464n, 7:628

The Preceptor (R. Dodsley), 7:480, 7:481n

Preignac (wine), 9:513n

A Preliminary Essay, on the Oppression of the Exiled Sons of Africa (T. Branagan), 8:450, 8:451n

Prenanthes serpentaria. See lion’s foot

Presbyterians

  • TJ on, 9:379, 9:380n, 9:380–9:381, 9:382, 9:712

Prescott, William

  • J. Adams on, 8:135

President, USS (frigate)

  • carries mammoth bones, 1:509
  • 1815 capture of, 8:264, 8:267n
  • encounter with HMS Lille Belt, 3:638, 3:639n

President’s House

  • alterations by Madisons, 1:53
  • description of, 1:199–1:200
  • gutters at, 9:500–9:501
  • inventory of, 1:42, 1:43n, 1:76, 1:155, 1:155, 1:156n
  • and T. Kosciuszko’s profiles of TJ, 2:39, 2:39–2:40n, 2:106
  • J. Melish meets TJ at, 4:424n
  • mentioned, 2:225, 2:338n, 3:536, 5:109, 5:178n
  • pictures of, 8:xlvii
  • presidential portraits, 2:127
  • reconstruction and repairs to, 8:592, 8:592, 8:596n
  • sitting room clock at, 1:85, 1:96
  • stew stoves at, 1:76
  • TJ’s belongings at, 3:581–3:582, 4:49, 4:51–4:52, 4:193, 4:219, 4:221
  • during TJ’s presidency, 1:29n, 1:55–1:56, 8:592
  • visitors to, 9:234n, 9:234n, 9:531, 9:553, 9:666
  • and War of 1812, 7:653, 8:5

Pressed Shot Factory (Bruff), 5:107–5:108n

presses (furniture), 6:88

presses, cast-iron, 2:302

Preston, James

  • American military commander, 7:610n
  • recommended for military appointment, 4:529

Preston, Thomas Lewis, 6:20–6:21

Prévost, Antoine François

  • Œuvres choisies de l’Abbé Prévost, 9:355n
  • translates Lettres de Cicéron a M. Brutus, et de M. Brutus a Ciceron (Cicero; Brutus; Goujon edition), 9:354, 9:420
  • translates Lettres de Ciceron, Qu’on nomme vulgairement Familières (Cicero; Goujon edition), 9:354, 9:354, 9:355n, 9:420, 9:420

Prevost, George

  • governor-in-chief of British North America, 5:320–5:321, 6:529, 6:641n, 6:645, 6:645–6:646n, 7:13n, 8:112n, 8:219, 8:221, 8:264

Prevot de la Janné, 3:546

Price, Andrew, 2:446n, 3:486

Price, Chandler

  • identified, 5:37–5:38n
  • letters from, 5:36–5:38
  • recommends A. Stewart, 5:36–5:37, 5:81

Price, Joseph

  • manages W. Short’s Indian Camp estate, 3:438, 4:59–4:60, 4:197–4:198, 6:87, 7:592
  • rents part of Indian Camp, 1:234, 1:235n, 3:198, 3:272–3:273, 3:275, 3:622, 4:198, 5:363, 5:570n

Price, Mrs. (Joseph Price’s wife)

  • land tenure of, 4:198
  • sells geese, 5:5, 5:6n

Price, Richard (British author and philosopher)

  • correspondence of, 9:175, 9:176, 9:176n, 9:176n, 9:346
  • Observations on Reversionary Payments; on Schemes for providing Annuities for Widows, and for Persons in Old Age … and on The National Debt, 6:497, 6:498n
  • as theologian and moral philosopher, 6:145–6:146, 6:146, 6:227, 6:296, 6:502, 6:503, 6:503, 6:504, 6:624
  • and Turgot, 4:22, 4:24n, 6:288n
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:503

Price, Richard (of Milton)

  • Deposition of in Jefferson v. Michie, 7:676–7:678
  • as gardener, 6:45
  • and Henderson estate, 6:76, 6:81, 6:198, 6:198, 6:199, 6:199, 6:199, 6:200, 6:200, 6:200, 6:201n, 6:201n, 6:479, 6:480, 6:480, 6:573–6:574n, 7:634, 7:676–7:678
  • and Highland–Indian Camp boundary dispute, 8:567, 8:567–8:568, 9:289–9:290, 9:357, 9:362
  • identified, 7:678n
  • Jefferson v. Michie, 7:597, 7:676–7:678

Price, William

  • and Va. Land Office, 4:309n

Prichard, William

  • and P. Freneau’s poetry subscription, 3:241, 3:243, 3:296, 3:334
  • identified, 3:243–3:244n
  • letters from, 3:296–3:297, 5:254
  • letters to, 3:243–3:244, 3:334, 5:222–5:223
  • and TJ’s Manual of Parliamentary Practice, 4:401, 5:222, 5:254

Priddy, John, 1:246n

Pride, James, 2:84

The Pride of Britannia Humbled (T. Branagan), 8:450–8:451

Priestley, Joseph

  • J. Adams on, 6:145–6:146, 6:146, 6:236–6:237, 6:302, 6:317–6:319, 7:25, 7:26, 7:74–7:77, 8:551, 8:552, 8:682
  • and Alexander I, 8:671
  • B. S. Barton’s essay on, 8:423n
  • and Cleanthes, 6:520, 6:521, 6:521, 6:540, 6:542
  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:480, 7:658, 7:662, 7:667
  • A Comparison of the Institutions of Moses with those of the Hindoos and Other Ancient Nations, 7:218–7:220, 7:220, 7:221, 7:221n
  • and T. Cooper, 6:318, 6:318, 6:318
  • correspondence with T. Lindsey, 6:146, 6:233, 6:278, 6:278, 6:300, 6:317–6:318, 6:367–6:368, 8:553, 8:553–8:554n, 8:658
  • correspondence with G. Logan, 8:671, 8:671n
  • death of, 6:318, 6:319n
  • A Description of a System of Biography, 8:472, 8:672
  • Disquisitions Relating to Matter and Spirit, 6:302, 6:440
  • The Doctrines of Heathen Philosophy, compared with those of Revelation, 6:204, 6:317–6:318, 6:318, 6:319n, 6:367, 6:368, 6:368n, 6:439, 6:441, 6:471, 6:499, 6:499–6:500, 6:510, 6:520, 7:74, 7:148, 7:286, 7:293n
  • An Essay on the First Principles of Government, 7:628, 9:436
  • An History of Early Opinions Concerning Jesus Christ, 6:302, 6:440, 7:627, 8:682
  • History of the Corruptions of Christianity, 1:581, 6:302, 6:440, 7:627
  • Letters to the Inhabitants of Northumberland and its neighbourhood, 1:119, 1:121–1:122n, 7:224, 7:225n
  • Letters to The Jews; inviting them to an Amicable Discussion of the Evidences of Christianity, 9:651–9:652, 9:652n
  • library and scientific apparatus of, 6:598, 7:128
  • mentioned, 1:674, 2:489, 5:276, 6:227, 6:624, 8:668
  • mineral collection of, 2:376
  • and prophecy, 4:484
  • religious beliefs of, 6:193, 6:300, 6:300
  • Socrates and Jesus Compared, 6:204, 6:317, 6:318, 6:367
  • TJ’s correspondence with, 6:146, 6:180, 6:181, 6:191, 6:193, 6:204, 6:228, 6:233, 6:233, 6:237, 6:278, 6:286, 6:298, 6:298, 6:299, 6:438, 6:439, 6:439, 6:444, 8:658, 9:596n
  • on Unitarianism, 6:438
  • on university courses, 1:592, 1:593n
  • A view of the principles and conduct of the Protestant dissenters, with respect to the civil and ecclesiastical constitution of England, 1:581

Prieur, Denis, 3:234n

Prieur de la Côte-d’Or. See Duvernois, Claude Antoine Prieur

prime meridian, 1:54–1:55n, 1:275–1:276, 1:356–1:358, 1:359n, 1:489–1:498, 1:511–1:512, 1:534, 2:54, 2:55n, 2:337–2:338, 2:398–2:399, 2:541, 2:566, 3:285, 5:245, 5:251n, 9:681, 9:691

Prince (TJ’s slave; b. 1804)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:386, 5:462, 6:308, 6:309, 8:61, 8:255

Prince, Isaac

  • ill fortune of, 3:588, 4:3, 4:3n

Prince, James, 2:135, 2:182, 3:559, 3:587–3:588

Princess of Wales. See Caroline Amelia Elizabeth, Princess of Wales

The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation (R. Hakluyt), 8:581, 9:109

Principes de Chronologie, pour les Temps Antérieurs aux Olympiades (J. Potocki), 2:467, 2:468n, 3:43, 3:44n, 3:115, 3:434, 3:456, 3:618, 8:235–8:236

Principes raisonnés d’agriculture (a trans. of Grundsätze der rationellen Landwirthschaft) (Thaer), 6:17, 6:18n

The Principles of Agriculture and Vegetation (Home), 2:82

Principles of Equity (Kames), 7:628

The Principles of Health: Elements of hygiene (Williamson), 1:597n

Pringle, Mr., 3:84

printing

  • and antimony, 1:18, 1:283, 1:315–1:316
  • colonial policies on, 7:140, 7:141n
  • lithography, 9:667

Prior, Matthew

  • An English Padlock, 7:480, 7:481n
  • Poems on Several Occasions, 9:432–9:433, 9:434n

Prior Documents. See A Collection of Interesting, Authentic Papers, relative to the Dispute between Great Britain and America

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

A Private Letter to the Individual Members of Congress (Latrobe), 3:537n

The Private Life of Lewis XV (trans. J. O. Justamond), 7:664

privies, 3:353, 3:354, 3:355n

The Proceedings of the Convention of Delegates Held at the Capitol, in the City of Williamsburg. in the Colony of Virginia, On Monday, the 6th of May, 1776, 9:405, 9:406n

The Proceedings of the Government of the United States, in maintaining the Public Right to the Beach of the Missisipi, Adjacent to New-Orleans, against the Intrusion of Edward Livingston (Thomas Jefferson). See also statement on the batture case (Thomas Jefferson)

  • J. Adams on, 5:3, 5:11–5:12
  • Greek used in, 3:547n
  • W. Pinkney on, 5:180
  • printer’s errors in, 6:628, 6:628n, 7:95–7:96, 7:242
  • published, 4:292, 4:520
  • reprint of, 6:627, 6:627–6:628, 7:95–7:96, 7:96n, 7:241–7:242, 7:242n
  • and riverine inundations, 3:46n, 3:135n
  • R. Rush on, 6:236
  • sent to Congress, 4:565, 4:575, 4:578, 4:581, 4:582, 4:585, 4:588
  • sent to J. Madison and his cabinet, 4:574, 4:586, 4:624, 4:664
  • sent to TJ, 4:565, 4:575, 4:581, 4:582
  • sent to TJ’s lawyers, 4:594, 4:595, 4:596, 4:597, 4:605, 4:606, 4:616, 4:624, 4:646
  • L. W. Tazewell on, 5:45–5:47
  • title page, 4:xliii, 4:370 (illus.)
  • TJ distributes remaining copies, 4:624–4:625, 4:631, 4:631–4:632, 4:632, 4:637, 4:639, 4:639, 4:640, 4:642, 4:642, 4:643, 4:671, 5:6, 5:27, 5:106, 5:180, 5:219, 5:392, 5:548, 7:175
  • TJ researches, 2:657, 3:176n
  • TJ revises, 5:8–5:9n
  • E. Trist on, 5:111–5:113

Proclamation of 1763, 1:335

Procter, Henry

  • British military commander, 6:529, 7:226, 8:221, 8:263

Proctor, Joseph B.

  • identified, 7:491–7:492n
  • TJ pays, 7:491, 7:491n

Projet de Code Civil (Portalis), 3:132, 3:135n

Prolegomena ad Homerum (F. A. Wolf), 9:86–9:87

Prony, Gaspard Clair François Marie Riche de

  • Nouvelle Architecture Hydraulique, 6:381–6:382, 7:386

Proofs of the Corruption of Gen. James Wilkinson (Clark), 3:265, 3:323, 3:325n, 3:440, 3:519, 3:519n, 3:543

Propertius, Sextus, 7:661

Proposals by Redwood Fisher, for printing by subscription, the American Artist’s Manual, or Dictionary of Practical Knowledge (Cutbush), 5:633, 5:633n, 5:661

Proposals, for Publishing by Subscription, The History of the War in Louisiana & West Florida (Latour), 9:103, 9:103n, 9:128–9:129

Propositions for Amending the Constitution of the United States (Hillhouse)

  • J. Adams on, 5:12–5:13, 5:13–5:14n

Prospectus of a National Institution, to be established in the United States (Barlow), 4:24n, 5:615–5:616, 5:617n, 5:620

Prospectus of a new monthly publication: the Massachusetts Garden, 1:671–1:673

Prost de Royer, Antoine François

  • Dictionnaire de jurisprudence et des arrêts, 3:174n, 3:175n

protractor, 4:98, 4:341

Proud, Robert

  • The History of Pennsylvania in North America, 1:581

Provenchere de Villiers, Pierre

  • identified, 2:129n
  • letters from accounted for, 2:129n
  • letters to, 2:128–2:129
  • TJ forwards letter to, 1:612, 1:613n, 2:128–2:129

Providence Gazette (R.I. newspaper), 8:622n

Prunner, Leonardo de

  • identified, 2:298n
  • letters from, 2:297–2:298
  • sends Sardinian minerals to TJ, 2:297, 2:299, 2:391, 2:391n, 4:4, 6:84

Prussia

  • and Congress of Vienna, 7:528–7:529, 9:91n, 9:218n
  • and Declaration of Pillnitz, 4:430n
  • A. Gallatin on, 9:202
  • and Napoleon, 9:137–9:138
  • and partitions of Poland, 6:212, 6:212n, 7:298, 9:345, 9:347n
  • relations with Austria, 9:347
  • relations with Great Britain, 2:275
  • relations with Spain, 9:347
  • U.S. consuls at, 3:60–3:61
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:503, 4:505, 4:507, 4:507

Pryor, John C.

  • letters from, 7:45–7:46
  • seeks position as tax collector, 7:45

Pryor, Nicholas Ballow

  • delivers letter, 4:183, 4:184n
  • family of, 5:653n
  • identified, 5:300–5:301n
  • letters from, 5:300–5:301
  • letters to, 5:328
  • seeks military appointment, 5:300–5:301, 5:327, 5:328

Pryor, Susan B., 5:653, 5:653n, 9:489–9:490n

Pryor, Zachariah B.

  • letter from accounted for, 9:32, 9:33n

Prysot (Prisot), Sir John

  • as chief justice of the court of common pleas, 7:147–7:148, 7:150n, 7:150n

psychology, experimental

  • and human perception, 9:635–9:637, 9:638n

Ptolemy I, king of Egypt, 6:542

Public Advertiser (N.Y. newspaper)

  • publishes P. Freneau poem, 1:226–1:229

Public Characters

  • TJ’s biography in, 9:459, 9:459n

Pub. Ouidii Nasonis Metamorphoseon (Ovid; ed. J. Pontanus), 9:274, 9:275n, 9:464, 9:538, 9:639

Pucci, Giulio Ferdinando

  • archivist in Florence, 9:291n, 9:292–9:293

Pufendorf, Samuel von

  • mentioned, 9:90
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502

Puller, Christopher, 2:455

Pumfrey, John, 3:599n

Pumfrey & Fitzwhylsonn (Richmond firm), 3:599n

Pumham, Aaron (Punkapog sachem), 5:184–5:185

Pumham, Moses, 5:184–5:185

pumpkins, 4:379

  • as livestock feed, 7:263, 7:282, 8:71, 8:71, 8:611
  • at Poplar Forest, 8:70, 8:71, 8:611
  • seeds for TJ, 7:263, 7:282, 7:307–7:308

punch

  • lemon acid for, 7:594, 7:602
  • syrup of, 1:268, 1:368, 2:109, 2:154

Punic language

  • roots of Gaelic, 7:560, 7:561n

Punkapog Indians, 5:184–5:185, 5:186n

Purchas, Samuel

  • Purchas his Pilgrimes, 8:581

Purchas his Pilgrimes (S. Purchas), 8:581

Purdie, Alexander, 1:381

Purney, John. See Pernier (Purney), John

Pursh, Frederick

  • Flora Americæ Septentrionalis, 2:91n, 9:339n
  • and plant drawings, 2:90, 2:91n, 2:140

Purviance, Samuel, 1:140, 1:361–1:362n, 1:515, 9:671, 9:673n

Purviance, William Young, 9:671, 9:673n

Purvis, John

  • A Complete Collection of all the Lavvs of Virginia now in force, 1:404, 1:404n

Putnam, Israel

  • British attempt to capture, 6:446, 6:446–6:447n

putty, 6:344, 6:348

Puy de Dôme (volcano), 9:134

Pyrenees, Treaty of (1659)

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

Pyrläus, Johann Christoph

  • and Indians, 9:65, 9:67n

Pythagoras, 5:185n, 6:299, 6:439

  • J. Adams on, 7:75, 7:75–7:76, 7:76, 7:76–7:77
  • and beans, 7:218, 7:221n
  • trinity of, 7:218, 7:221n

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