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Sabine River, 3:328

Saboureux de La Bonnetrie, Charles François

  • Traduction d’Anciens Ouvrages Latins relatifs à l’Agriculture et à la Médicine Vétérinaire, avec des Notes, 2:82

Sac Indians, 2:57

Sackets Harbor, N.Y.

  • British threat to, 8:18, 8:18n, 8:44

saddles, 1:3, 2:118, 2:121

sage

  • TJ grows, 7:116

sainfoin, 2:272, 5:560

Saint Augustine, W. Fla., 3:281–3:282

Saint Bartholomew’s Day massacre, 8:551, 9:175, 9:257

St. Bris (wine), 9:513n

St. Clair, Arthur

  • military service of, 7:692, 7:693n
  • as president of Confederation Congress, 9:115, 9:119n

Saint Davids, Upper Canada

  • burned by U.S. forces, 8:217

St. Denis, Louis Juchereau de

  • and French Louisiana, 9:445, 9:518, 9:518n

Saint Domingue

  • blacks in, 1:589, 7:533
  • refugees from, 1:450, 1:622–1:623, 1:624n
  • revolution in, 9:150
  • trade with U.S., 1:160, 1:517n

Sainte Croix, Guillaume Emmanuel Joseph Guilhem de Clermont Lodève, baron de

  • and authenticity of Homer’s works, 9:86

Sainte Geneviève Church (Paris; later the Panthéon), 4:474

Sainte Marie, Batture. See Batture Sainte Marie, controversy over

St. George wine. See Agiorgitiko (St. George) (wine)

Saint Hilaire, Louis Vincent Joseph Le Blond, comte de, 1:371, 1:372

St. Jean, Maria

  • and batture controversy, 3:235, 3:237n, 3:484

St. John, Oliver

  • English chief justice, 6:302

St. John Baker, Anthony, 5:267n

Saint-John’s-wort, 4:139

Saint-Lambert, Jean François de, 1:121, 1:122n

St. Lawrence River

  • natural history of, 7:357
  • and War of 1812, 7:14

St. Leon: A Tale of the Sixteenth Century (Godwin), 6:464n

Saint Louis

  • maps of, 3:418, 3:616

St. Lucar. See Sanlúcar (wine)

St. Mary, Church of (Baltimore), 1:450, 1:450–1:451n

St. Mary’s, Ga., 1:509, 1:510

St. Mary’s Academy (Baltimore), 1:450, 1:450–1:451n

Saint-Maur, Nicolas François Dupré

  • mortality tables of, 6:225n

Saint-Mémin, Charles Balthazar Julien Févret de

  • career of, 7:xliv–7:xlv
  • engraving of P. Carr, 7:xliv–7:xlv, 7:434 (illus.)
  • engraving of P. Gibson, 5:xlix, 5:358 (illus.)

Saint Paul Island (South Indian Ocean), 5:202–5:203

Saint Paul’s Cathedral (London), 4:474

Saint Peter’s Basilica (Rome), 4:474, 9:432

Saint Petersburg

  • conveyance to and from, 3:434, 3:616–3:617, 3:627
  • U.S. consul at, 1:38–1:39, 1:61n, 1:65

St. Pierre. See Castel, Charles Irénée, abbé de Saint-Pierre

Saint-Pierre, Jacques Bernardin Henri de

  • Études de la Nature, 7:26, 7:27n

Saint Sophia Cathedral (Kiev), 4:474

Saint-Sulpice, Raymond Gaspard de Bonardi, comte de, 1:372

Salaberry, Charles de, 6:645–6:646n

Saladin (Muslim sultan), 7:66

salad oil, 1:31, 1:161, 2:335, 2:392, 2:438, 3:421, 3:434, 3:545

sal amoniac (ammonium chloride)

  • for copper utensils, 1:467, 1:467, 3:183, 3:200

Salcedo, Manuel María de, 2:443n

Salcedo, Nemesio

  • and Louisiana Territory, 9:658, 9:658n

Salem Register (Mass. newspaper), 1:50n

Salkeld, William

  • Reports of Cases adjudged in the Court of King’s Bench: with some special cases in the Courts of Chancery, Common Pleas, and Exchequer, 3:546

Sallust (Gaius Sallustius Crispus)

  • Crispi Opera Omnia (trans. Gordon), 1:580, 6:93
  • mentioned, 6:402
  • orations of, 2:153
  • study of, 7:661
  • TJ on, 7:373, 7:447
  • TJ quotes, 6:402, 6:407n
  • tyrants condemned in works of, 6:53

Sally (C. L. Bankhead’s slave), 8:395

Sally (TJ’s slave)

  • medical care of, 7:387

Sally (TJ’s slave; b. 1773). See Hemings, Sally (TJ’s slave; b. 1773)

Sally (Sal) (TJ’s slave; b. 1777)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:382, 4:383, 4:384, 4:385, 5:462, 5:462, 6:308, 6:308, 6:308, 6:309, 6:309, 8:61, 8:61, 8:61, 8:61, 8:62, 8:62, 8:62, 8:62, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255
  • spinner, 4:379

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

Sally (TJ’s slave; b. 1792)

  • given to T. J. Randolph, 6:36
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:388

Sally (TJ’s slave; b. 1797). See Hubbard, Sally (TJ’s slave; b. 1797)

Sally (TJ’s slave; b. 1812). See Goodman, Sally (TJ’s slave; b. 1812)

Sally (ship), 1:84, 3:63, 3:245n

salmon, 5:601–5:602, 5:604–5:605

Salmon, William

  • deputy sheriff, 8:256n
  • TJ pays taxes to, 9:50, 9:51, 9:51–9:52n

Salmonds. See Sammons, James

Salmons. See Sammons, James

salsify, 1:157, 2:37, 2:38, 2:38, 5:489, 5:490, 5:658

salsify, Missouri (wild salsify), 3:150, 3:150n, 3:166

salt

  • consumed by sheep, 1:478, 2:379
  • furnaces, 4:8
  • given to slaves, 6:487, 7:124, 7:180
  • manufacturing, 5:77, 5:77n
  • as medicine, 4:102, 4:381, 6:343, 6:347, 6:349n
  • mentioned, 6:187, 6:195, 8:109
  • for militia, 7:649
  • mountain of, 5:640–5:641, 5:642n, 5:682, 5:682–5:683n, 6:39, 8:5
  • price of, 7:124, 7:180, 8:63, 8:105, 8:109
  • stored at Washington, 4:27
  • TJ acquires, 1:77, 3:301, 6:343, 6:344, 6:344, 6:344, 6:345, 6:345, 6:346, 6:347, 6:347, 6:347, 6:348, 6:348, 7:180, 8:67, 8:68, 8:72, 8:95, 8:95n, 8:132, 8:132, 8:174, 8:184
  • U.S. tax on, 3:560, 3:566, 4:529, 4:529n

salted fish, 1:115n, 1:176, 1:268, 1:268, 1:279

saltpeter, 1:367, 1:506, 3:155, 5:38–5:39n, 5:511, 5:553–5:554, 6:345, 6:345, 6:346, 9:509

Salvage, Benjamin F.

  • letters from, 3:649
  • seeks employment, 3:649

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

Sammons, James

  • letters from accounted for, 2:314n
  • paid for masonry work, 2:313–2:314, 2:314n, 3:301, 3:301, 3:643
  • stonemason, 4:4
  • TJ pays, 4:557n, 5:92n, 5:121, 5:298

Sample, Mr., 5:118

Sampson (ship), 1:80, 1:81n, 1:210

Sampson (slave)

  • hired from Daingerfields, 3:112

Sampson, Mr.

  • and W. Short’s land, 4:268

Sampson, William

  • letters from accounted for, 1:78n
  • Memoirs, 8:388, 8:672
  • and D. B. Warden, 3:539, 3:557

Samson (Old Testament figure), 7:582

Samuel (J. Chamberlain’s slave), 4:15

Samuel (Hebrew prophet), 2:583, 2:584, 6:542

Sanchuniathon (Phoenician author), 6:298, 7:76

Sanco (TJ’s slave; b. 1797). See Davis, Sancho (TJ’s slave; b. 1797)

sand, 5:382, 8:253n, 8:402

Sanders, David, 5:339

Sandy (TJ’s slave; b. 1807)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:388

Sandy (TJ’s slave; b. 1813)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 6:308, 6:310n, 6:310, 8:62, 8:255

Sanford, Capt., 1:509

Sanford, Clark

  • essay on Peruvian bark (cinchona), 4:18n, 5:670n

San Francisco, 1:446

Sangrado, Dr.

  • fictional character, 4:162, 4:163n, 7:223, 7:225n

Sangster, Thomas, 5:534

Sangster’s (Songster’s) ordinary (Fairfax Co.), 1:52n, 1:52n, 8:290

San Ildefonso, Treaty of (1800), 9:478–9:479, 9:488n

Sanlúcar (wine), 9:513

Sanskrit language

  • study of, 7:480
  • works on, 4:99
  • writings in, 8:3

Santee canal, 2:507

Sappho

  • mentioned, 6:403

Sarah (C. L. Bankhead’s slave), 8:395

Sarah Maria (brig), 4:173n

Sardinia

  • minerals from, sent to TJ, 2:297, 2:299, 2:391, 3:524, 4:4, 6:84, 6:163
  • royal museum in, 2:297
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:507
  • Victor Emmanuel I, 2:391n

Sargeant, Ezra

  • and Edinburgh Review, 4:367, 4:367n, 4:485, 7:367
  • identified, 4:478n
  • letters from, 4:485, 4:565
  • letters to, 4:477–4:478, 4:521–4:522, 4:581, 5:151
  • printer, 5:372n
  • prints batture pamphlet, 4:xliii, 4:477–4:478, 4:485, 4:520 , 4:521–4:522, 4:565, 4:565n, 4:574, 4:575, 4:581, 4:582, 5:219, 5:219, 5:224n, 7:95
  • TJ pays, 4:580, 4:581, 5:132, 5:151, 5:298

Sargent, Leonard

  • identified, 8:60n
  • letter from, 8:59–8:60
  • requests catalogue of TJ’s books, 8:59–8:60

Sarjeant, Henry

  • and water-raising machine, 8:196n

Sartori, Charles, 3:646

Sartori, John Baptiste, 2:109, 2:110n

sassafras, 4:102

Sasserno, Victor

  • death of, 9:210, 9:323, 9:421, 9:470, 9:471, 9:472
  • desires consular appointment, 8:572, 8:572n
  • family of, 9:471, 9:569, 9:570, 9:573
  • sends wine to TJ, 8:571, 9:421, 9:573n

Sasserno, Victor Adolphus

  • consulship for, 9:472, 9:473n, 9:570, 9:573, 9:574n

Satterwhite, Rachel

  • letters from accounted for, 1:68n
  • seeks TJ’s aid, 1:68n

saucers, 4:477

Sauganash. See Caldwell, Billy (Sauganash)

Saul, king of Israel, 2:583

Saul, Joseph, 2:255

  • sends greetings to TJ, 8:140

Saunders, Joseph, 1:66

Saunders, Robert

  • and C. Bellini estate, 9:123, 9:123, 9:136, 9:290–9:292, 9:297, 9:490, 9:491–9:492, 9:530
  • identified, 9:123–9:124n
  • letters from, 9:136, 9:490
  • letters to, 9:123–9:124, 9:290–9:292, 9:530

Saunders, Samuel H.

  • An Easy First Book for Children; or The First Part of the Rhyming Spelling Book, 2:306–2:308
  • letters from, 2:306–2:308

Saunders, Tarlton

  • purchases TJ’s flour, 8:477, 8:492

Saunders, William

  • identified, 5:395n
  • overseer for C. Clark, 5:395

Saunderson, Nicholas

  • The Method of Fluxions, 1:576

Saurin, Bernard Joseph, 3:9, 3:13, 3:17, 3:89n

Saurin, Jacques

  • Discours historiques, critiques, théologiques et moraux, 2:322n

Sauternes (wine), 9:209, 9:513n

Savage, James

  • identified, 8:156n
  • letter from, 8:156–8:157
  • letter to, 8:252
  • State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States, 8:156, 8:157n, 8:252

Savage, William Henry

  • as U.S. agent at Jamaica, 2:544, 3:615n, 5:37, 5:38n

Savary, Anne Jean Marie René, duc de Rovigo

  • French minister of police, 4:271

Savery, Thomas

  • steam engine of, 9:302, 9:304n

Savil, Elisha

  • as J. Adams’s physician, 6:501

Savu (Sunda Islands), 5:202–5:203

sawmill

  • compared to hemp brake, 6:452
  • at Monticello, 3:293, 3:520–3:521, 4:50, 4:51, 5:130n, 5:133, 5:311, 6:xliii–6:xliv, 6:85, 6:88, 6:125, 6:203, 6:214, 6:331, 6:386 (illus.), 6:452
  • work done for TJ at, 7:461

saws

  • crosscut, 5:133
  • patented by A. Stewart, 9:592–9:593, 9:593n
  • C. W. Peale’s sawing machine, 7:84–7:85

Sawyer, Herbert

  • and HMS Guerriere, 7:465, 7:467n

Saxe, Maurice, comte de, 2:44–2:45, 2:46n

Saxony

  • and Congress of Vienna, 9:90, 9:138

Say, Horace Emile

  • American travels of, 7:417, 7:421n, 7:598, 8:303

Say, Jean Baptiste

  • considers immigrating to U.S., 7:417–7:418, 7:598–7:599, 8:167–8:168, 8:183, 8:303–8:304, 8:307, 8:317, 8:320
  • economic theories of, 4:439, 4:440, 4:448, 5:577, 6:53, 8:294
  • identified, 7:420n
  • letters from, 7:416–7:421, 7:598–7:600
  • letter to, 8:303–8:308
  • recommends D. B. Warden, 7:506
  • and H. E. Say’s travels in U.S., 7:417, 8:303
  • spinning factory of, 7:416, 8:167, 8:167, 8:304
  • G. Ticknor carries letter for, 9:560
  • Traité d’Économie Politique, 6:596, 7:5–7:6, 7:176, 7:416–7:417, 7:420n, 7:598, 7:599, 7:628, 8:169n, 8:303, 8:308, 8:361, 8:362n, 8:630, 8:632n, 9:396, 9:396n, 9:497–9:498, 9:498n, 9:517, 9:517n, 9:631
  • works of, 9:543, 9:664

scab

  • infects TJ’s sheep, 3:176–3:177, 3:442, 5:80, 5:448
  • remedies for, 3:453, 5:181, 5:182n

scales

  • for U.S. Coast Survey, 9:223

Scarborough, Richard Lumley, 2d Earl of, 8:276

scarlet clover, 2:271, 2:272

scarlet fever, 6:74

Scarron, Paul, 6:623, 6:627n

Scarronides: or, Virgile Travestie (Cotton), 2:466

Scheele, Carl Wilhelm

  • pharmacist and chemist, 9:633

Schenk, Cornelius

  • and P. Derieux’s debts, 9:253n

Scheuchzer, Johann J.

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

Schiller, Johann Christoph Friedrich von

  • popularity of, 9:84

schist

  • calcareous, 9:667

Schlegel, August Wilhelm von

  • and authenticity of Homer’s works, 9:86–9:87

Schlegel, Friedrich von

  • and authenticity of Homer’s works, 9:86–9:87
  • translates Shakespeare, 9:84

Schnebly, Jacob, 1:27

Scholfield, Arthur

  • and E. Herrick’s spinning machine, 4:572n

Schönbrunn, Treaty of (1809), 2:9n

schools and colleges. See also Albemarle Academy; Central College (Charlottesville); United States Military Academy (West Point, N.Y.); Virginia, University of (Charlottesville); William and Mary, College of

  • in Albemarle Co., 1:82n, 3:501, 3:540n, 4:493, 6:73, 6:130, 6:131, 8:92–8:93, 8:624, 8:646, 9:396–9:397, 9:713
  • American, 2:565
  • Andover Theological Seminary, 9:255, 9:257n, 9:379, 9:379, 9:382, 9:382
  • Ann Smith Academy (Lexington), 1:367, 1:368n, 1:506, 1:507n, 3:155, 3:201
  • Bowdoin College, 5:165n, 7:65
  • British, 2:565
  • Cambridge University, 2:565, 4:427, 7:659, 7:686, 7:688n
  • P. Carr’s Albemarle Co. school, 3:501, 3:540n
  • Columbia College (later Columbia University), 9:297–9:298, 9:298n
  • Connecticut Asylum for the Education and Instruction of Deaf and Dumb Persons, 9:656n
  • M. Derieux’s school in Petersburg, 6:270, 6:334–6:335
  • Dickinson College, 6:598–6:599, 8:609, 8:609
  • East Tennessee College, 2:266–2:267, 2:268n, 2:365–2:366
  • Edgehill School, 3:635n
  • C. Everette’s Albemarle Co. school, 6:426
  • Frederick Academy (Md.), 2:173, 2:174n
  • Fryeburg Academy (Me.), 9:264–9:266, 9:267n, 9:375
  • Georgetown College (later Georgetown University), 4:289
  • L. H. Girardin’s academy (Richmond), 1:520, 1:557, 1:633, 1:634–1:635, 2:27, 2:95, 2:110, 2:116, 2:134, 2:171, 2:172, 2:295, 2:438, 2:564
  • L. H. Girardin’s Albemarle Co. school, 6:73, 6:73, 6:130
  • Hampden-Sydney College, 9:379n
  • Harvard University, 4:196, 4:473, 8:283, 8:283n, 8:378, 8:378n, 9:255, 9:257n, 9:379, 9:381, 9:382, 9:383
  • in Hingham (Mass.), 6:279
  • influence of clergy at, 8:609–8:610
  • Jefferson College (Pa.), 1:4–1:6, 4:372
  • in Lynchburg, 6:64, 6:130–6:131, 6:451, 6:451, 8:585
  • Manchester Academy (Va.), 2:134n
  • M. Maury’s Albemarle Co. school, 6:426
  • military, proposed by T. Kosciuszko, 1:206, 1:207n, 8:344–8:345
  • National Institution for the Deaf-Mute (Bordeaux, France), 9:654–9:655, 9:655
  • national technology school proposed, 9:297–9:298, 9:298n, 9:339, 9:344, 9:378
  • national university proposed, 9:600
  • of New England, 9:331
  • New London Academy, 9:608, 9:712–9:713, 9:714n
  • New York Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 9:656n
  • J. Ogilvie’s Albemarle Co. school, 3:632n
  • Oxford University, 2:565, 7:659, 7:666n
  • Pestalozzi system, 3:39–3:40
  • in Petersburg, 6:269, 6:332, 6:334–6:335
  • J. Robertson’s Albemarle Co. school, 6:73, 6:131, 8:624
  • St. Mary’s Academy (Baltimore), 1:450, 1:450–1:451n
  • Sorbonne, 9:175, 9:176n, 9:346
  • South Carolina College (later University of South Carolina), 8:352–8:353, 8:609–8:610, 8:610n
  • Spring Hill School (Mich. Terr.), 1:7, 1:660–1:662, 2:55–2:57, 2:58n, 3:369–3:370
  • Stephensburg Academy (Frederick Co.), 1:566–1:567, 2:147, 2:148n
  • technical, 7:639–7:640, 7:687
  • textbooks for, 8:294, 8:482, 8:482n, 8:640, 8:670
  • and TJ’s plans for a university in Va., 1:592, 7:636–7:641, 9:396–9:397
  • Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, 9:379n
  • University of Berlin, 4:354n
  • University of Bologna, 2:565
  • University of Edinburgh, 2:565, 4:427, 9:644
  • University of Geneva, 9:419, 9:620
  • University of Georgia (Athens), 5:297, 5:297–5:298n
  • University of Glasgow, 2:172, 2:174n
  • University of Göttingen, 9:86, 9:88n, 9:186, 9:195, 9:403–9:404, 9:561n
  • University of Medicine at Montpellier, 4:189, 4:190n
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 9:714n
  • University of Pavia, 2:565
  • University of Pennsylvania, 6:468, 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
  • University of Vermont, 8:111
  • J. Waddell’s Albemarle Co. school, 6:426
  • Washington Academy (Lexington), 1:367, 1:367–1:368n, 9:507n
  • Washington College (Lexington), 9:506, 9:507n, 9:712, 9:714n
  • Westtown School (West Chester, Pa.), 9:540, 9:541n
  • Willson’s school at Milton, Va., 8:624
  • for women, 1:367, 1:368n, 1:506, 1:507n
  • Yale University, 9:379, 9:381, 9:382, 9:383

Schrader, Dame

  • letters from accounted for, 5:352n

Schramm, Johann Michael, 5:273n

Schrevel, Cornelius

  • edits D. Junii Juvenalis et auli Persii Flacci Satyræ (Juvenal; Persius), 9:455
  • Lexicon Manuale Græco-Latinum et Latino-Græcum, 8:660

Schulze, Gottlob Ernst

  • philosophy professor, 9:86, 9:88n

Schütz, Christian Gottfried

  • edits Aeschyli Tragoediae Quae Supersunt ac Deperditarum Fragmenta (Aeschylus), 9:196, 9:455

Schuyler, Peter Philip

  • and Niagara Campaign, 5:540

Schuyler, Philip

  • family of, 5:42, 5:43

Schwarzenberg, Karl Philipp (Austrian ambassador and general), 1:117, 1:121n, 6:637n

Schweighaeuser, Johannes

  • edits Herodoti Musae sive Historiarum Libri IX. (Herodotus), 9:195, 9:455

sciatica, 8:442

science

  • advancement of in N.Y., 8:347–8:348
  • experimental psychology, 9:635–9:637, 9:638n
  • knowledge of in U.S., 8:519

Scientific Dialogues, intended for the Instruction and Entertainment of Young People (J. Joyce)

  • bound by J. Milligan, 1:36
  • reprint of, 4:401, 4:560
  • TJ cites, 1:482, 1:483n
  • TJ loans, 2:51
  • TJ recommends, 1:581, 7:626
  • TJ requests, 1:332–1:333, 1:384, 2:101, 2:264, 3:122, 4:201, 4:288–4:289, 9:274, 9:275n

scientific instruments. See also surveying

  • alidades, 9:222
  • artificial horizon, 4:167, 4:167n, 4:369, 9:76–9:77, 9:77n, 9:125–9:126, 9:205–9:206, 9:222, 9:222, 9:222, 9:275
  • astronomical, 3:480
  • barometers, 9:239–9:243, 9:313–9:315, 9:642–9:643, 9:689
  • barometers, mountain, 9:224, 9:225n
  • chronometers, 9:223, 9:223, 9:224, 9:224, 9:224
  • circumferentors, 9:xliii–9:xliv, 9:344 (illus.), 9:622, 9:622n, 9:643, 9:685–9:686
  • cobwebs used with, 9:223, 9:225n
  • compasses, beam, 9:225
  • compasses, proportional, 9:225
  • dynameters, 9:225
  • equatorials, 4:237, 4:238n, 4:369, 9:680–9:681, 9:691–9:692
  • in lost trunk, 1:153, 1:347, 1:347
  • lunettes, 5:507, 7:53
  • magnets, 9:224
  • meterological, 5:xlviii
  • micrometers, 7:139, 7:139n, 9:224, 9:225n
  • microscopes, 9:108
  • navigational, 3:448
  • octants, 9:206, 9:207n, 9:223, 9:225n
  • pendulums, 4:147–4:148, 4:149n, 4:223–4:225, 4:226, 4:227, 4:228, 4:409–4:410, 6:82–6:83, 8:367, 8:463, 9:126, 9:204–9:205
  • plane tables, 9:222
  • protractors, 4:341
  • reflecting circles, 9:222, 9:222, 9:689, 9:691, 9:691–9:692
  • scales, 9:223
  • sextants, 4:369, 4:370n, 9:37n, 9:76, 9:125, 9:156, 9:206, 9:207n, 9:415, 9:508, 9:508, 9:622, 9:643, 9:643, 9:689
  • specula, 9:76, 9:77n
  • spirit levels, 9:76, 9:205, 9:205, 9:222, 9:222, 9:222, 9:224, 9:225
  • telescopes, 3:480, 4:237, 4:238n, 4:238n, 4:676, 5:507, 5:508n, 7:139, 9:224, 9:224, 9:224, 9:224, 9:224, 9:224, 9:688
  • theodolites, 4:369, 9:xliii, 9:xliii–9:xliv, 9:82, 9:153, 9:157, 9:168, 9:171n, 9:221, 9:222, 9:222, 9:315, 9:344 (illus.), 9:344 (illus.), 9:622, 9:643, 9:688–9:689
  • thermometers, 8:214, 8:304, 9:224, 9:224, 9:239–9:243, 9:689
  • transit instruments, 9:223
  • for U.S. Coast Survey, 9:126, 9:220–9:221, 9:221n, 9:221–9:225, 9:275

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

Scilla (TJ’s slave; b. 1794). See Gillette, Scilla (TJ’s slave; b. 1794)

Scipio Africanus, Publius Cornelius, 6:641–6:642n, 7:24, 8:276

Sciurus. See squirrel

scotch broom, 6:7, 6:7, 6:7n

Scotland

  • conditions in, 4:360–4:361
  • constitution of, 2:215
  • emigration from, 1:238, 2:201–2:202, 2:289, 2:289, 2:290
  • plants from, 4:535, 4:557
  • University of Edinburgh, 2:565

Scott, Mr.

  • and plank for TJ, 5:663

Scott, Mr. (Samuel Scott’s son), 2:323

Scott, Alexander, 1:23n, 1:516, 6:415n

Scott, Andrew

  • letters from accounted for, 3:245n

Scott, Beverly Roy

  • identified, 5:408n
  • seeks naval appointment, 5:408, 5:408–5:409
  • and TJ’s land dispute with S. Scott, 5:243

Scott, Charles

  • death of, 7:10, 7:87
  • governor of Ky., 6:177n

Scott, Charles A.

  • identified, 3:371n
  • letters to, 3:371
  • mentioned, 3:214n
  • mill of, 3:371, 3:420–3:421
  • purchases land from R. Jefferson, 8:400
  • Slate River ferry of, 5:658, 6:213, 6:213

Scott, Daniel (fl. 1753), 3:432

Scott, Daniel (d. 1851)

  • identified, 3:214n
  • letters from, 3:224–3:225
  • letters to, 3:214
  • sells corn to TJ, 3:214, 3:224–3:225, 3:225n

Scott, James

  • finds stolen papers, 1:269, 1:284
  • petition to General Assembly, 4:346–4:349, 5:378–5:380

Scott, John C.

  • and J. Dougherty, 1:320, 1:321n, 2:432

Scott, John Washington, 1:504n

Scott, Joseph

  • and batture controversy, 2:395, 2:396n
  • death of, 3:249
  • identified, 2:364n
  • letters from accounted for, 2:405n
  • letters to, 2:363–2:364
  • TJ recommends Yancey to, 2:363

Scott, Joseph T.

  • The New and Universal Gazetteer: or, Modern Geographical Dictionary, 1:581

Scott, Samuel

  • Bill of Complaint in Scott v. Jefferson and Harrison, 4:680–4:684, 5:35n
  • family of, 5:243, 5:408, 5:408n, 5:408
  • identified, 4:683n
  • intemperance alleged, 5:39, 5:239, 5:243
  • letters from accounted for, 2:232, 2:232–2:233n
  • litigiousness alleged, 5:239, 5:243, 5:361
  • TJ’s land dispute with, 2:96–2:97, 2:148–2:149, 2:232, 2:233n, 2:303, 2:303, 2:322–2:323, 2:324n, 2:326, 2:327, 2:327–2:328, 3:640, 4:308–4:309, 4:549, 4:583–4:585, 4:647, 4:677–4:678, 4:679, 4:680–4:684, 5:39–5:40, 5:40–5:41, 5:48–5:50, 5:50n, 5:61–5:62, 5:62–5:63, 5:87, 5:89–5:90, 5:90–5:91, 5:161–5:162, 5:210–5:211, 5:239, 5:242–5:243, 5:245, 5:263, 5:287, 5:338, 5:339, 5:339–5:340, 5:341, 5:342–5:343, 5:361, 6:332, 6:332n, 6:351, 8:285, 8:328, 8:333, 8:351, 8:417, 8:418n

Scott, Thomas

  • on biblical book of Daniel, 7:36–7:37
  • Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments, 2:321, 2:321–2:322n, 2:337, 2:349, 7:36–7:37, 7:195
  • Theological works, 2:321

Scott, Sir Walter

  • poetry of, 4:201, 4:201–4:202n, 4:561

Scott, Winfield

  • American military commander, 7:524–7:525, 7:525n, 8:263–8:264, 8:443
  • on French political situation, 9:388, 9:390–9:391, 9:391–9:392
  • identified, 9:392–9:393n
  • letter from, to J. Monroe, 9:390–9:393
  • meets Lafayette, 9:69
  • on U.S. relations with Spain, 9:391, 9:444

The Scottish Chiefs (J. Porter), 7:65, 8:626, 8:626n

Scott v. Jefferson and Harrison. See also Scott, Samuel: TJ’s land dispute with

  • case dismissed, 8:328, 8:333
  • court costs in, 6:338n, 8:328, 8:333, 8:351, 8:351, 8:417, 8:418n
  • S. Scott’s bill of complaint in, 4:680–4:684, 5:35n
  • TJ prepares for chancery case, 5:xlvii–5:xlviii, 5:32–5:33, 5:34–5:35, 5:35n, 5:48–5:50, 5:61–5:62, 5:63–5:64, 5:90–5:91, 5:161–5:162, 5:230–5:236, 5:264, 5:282–5:284, 5:287, 5:287–5:288, 5:337, 5:337, 5:338, 5:339, 5:339–5:340, 5:342–5:343, 5:358 (illus.), 5:361
  • TJ’s Answer to Bill of Complaint, 5:230–5:236
  • TJ’s Notes on Evidence, 5:229

Scotus. See Duns Scotus, John

Scriptorum de Jure Nautico et Maritimo Fasciculus (F. Stypmann, R. Kuricke, J. Loccenius, and J. G. Heineccius), 8:387, 8:387–8:388n

A Scriptural View of the Character, Causes, and Ends of the Present War (A. McLeod), 8:228, 8:228, 8:340–8:341, 8:344, 8:344

sculpture

  • professional education in, 7:639, 7:687
  • of G. Washington, 8:161, 8:162n, 8:577–8:578, 9:128, 9:332–9:333, 9:333n, 9:350, 9:384–9:386, 9:387n, 9:671

scurvy

  • treatments for, 5:30, 5:550–5:551

scurvy grass, 5:550–5:551

scythe, 7:83

Sea, Mr.

  • and H. Marks’s estate, 4:510, 4:511, 4:512n, 5:95–5:96, 5:96n

Seabrook, John

  • identified, 8:198n
  • letter from, 8:196–8:198
  • and TJ’s religious beliefs, 8:196–8:198

Seabrook, Richard, 1:440, 1:454, 1:454, 1:459, 1:460, 5:422

Séances des Écoles Normales, recueillies par des Sténographes et revues par les Professeurs, 1:37

Sears, Mr. (in Paris), 7:490

Sears, David

  • visits French empress, 7:490

Sears, Miriam Mason (David Sears’s wife)

  • visits French empress, 7:490

Seaton, William Winston

  • editor of Washington National Intelligencer, 2:671n, 9:641n
  • identified, 6:506n

Sebastian, king of Portugal

  • and E. Aram’s murder trial, 7:377

Sebrell, Nicholas, 1:616

The Second Crisis of America (A. C. Mitchell), 8:564, 8:564n, 8:608, 8:608n

Second Thoughts on Instinctive Impulses (T. Law), 7:342, 7:342n, 7:412, 7:468n

Second Voyage Dans L’Intérieur De L’Afrique, Par Le Cap De Bonne-Espérance, Dans Les Années 1783, 84 et 85 (F. Le Vaillant), 7:389

Secretary’s Ford (Albemarle Co.)

  • and Rivanna Company, 3:141, 3:144, 3:192, 3:286

The Secret History of the Court And Reign of Charles The Second. By A Member Of His Privy Council, 7:389

Sedgwick, Theodore

  • Federalist legislator, 6:194, 6:254
  • as judge, 8:376n

sedition law, 1:278, 7:236–7:237

seed press

  • described, 1:xlviii, 1:390, 1:400
  • picture of TJ’s, 1:380 (illus.)
  • vials for, 1:190, 1:191n, 1:245, 1:308, 1:309n

seeds

  • anemone, double, 4:497, 4:498n, 4:498n
  • auricula, 4:497, 4:498n, 4:498n
  • barley, 4:562, 5:384
  • bean, 6:44–6:45, 7:326
  • black cotton, 1:258, 1:259–1:260n
  • brought from the West by M. Lewis, 6:152
  • burnet, 4:487, 4:515, 4:522, 4:526, 4:530
  • cabbage, 2:90, 5:384, 6:7, 6:44, 6:86, 8:258, 8:272
  • canary seed, 2:271
  • cantaloupe, 3:473, 3:501, 3:503n
  • carnation, 4:497, 4:498n, 4:498n
  • cauliflower, 2:90
  • clover, 3:180, 3:184, 3:194, 3:448, 3:456, 4:518, 4:525, 4:525, 4:526, 4:548, 4:557, 5:324, 8:367, 8:459–8:460, 8:520, 8:535, 9:494
  • cork, 5:438, 5:560
  • corn, 2:334
  • cotton, 1:666
  • cucumber, 6:214
  • distributed by M. J. Randolph, 9:533, 9:608
  • eggplant, 4:497, 4:498n, 4:498n
  • Egyptian grass, 1:555, 2:301, 2:302
  • for Elgin Botanic Garden, 9:369–9:370
  • flax, 2:371, 8:460
  • grass, 6:26, 6:66, 6:67, 6:81, 6:128
  • green cottonseed, 1:82, 1:258, 1:259–1:260n
  • gum arabic tree, 7:16, 7:16n
  • hemp, 2:371
  • kale, 5:384, 6:44, 6:86
  • kale, sea, 4:497, 4:498n, 4:498n
  • kale, sprout, 4:562, 6:7, 6:44, 6:86, 8:272, 9:532
  • lettuce, 4:527, 5:31, 8:258, 8:272
  • from B. McMahon, 3:439, 3:440n
  • mignonette, 4:497, 4:498n, 4:498n
  • millet, 2:335
  • oat, 2:93, 5:384
  • oat-grass, 3:460–3:461
  • parsnip, 1:157
  • pea, 6:45, 6:514, 7:288
  • pepper, 5:364–5:365, 6:66–6:67, 6:67, 6:81, 6:127, 6:187, 6:195, 6:196, 6:615, 7:326
  • pumpkin, 7:263, 7:282, 7:307–7:308
  • from J. Ronaldson, 5:369–5:370, 6:7n
  • rutabaga, 2:481, 2:543
  • rye, hay, 3:65, 8:74
  • scotch broom, 6:7
  • sent by TJ, 2:302, 3:454, 3:454, 3:454, 3:502–3:503, 3:544–3:545, 4:498, 4:523, 5:490, 5:553, 5:653, 5:658, 6:44–6:45, 6:196, 6:615, 7:31, 7:90, 7:332, 8:615, 8:615–8:616, 8:640, 9:532–9:533, 9:533
  • sent to M. J. Randolph, 7:16
  • sent to TJ, 1:141, 2:162, 2:270, 2:271–2:272, 2:301–2:302, 2:310, 2:506, 2:536, 2:543, 2:669, 3:41, 3:65, 3:98–3:99, 3:419, 3:583, 3:604, 3:604, 3:614, 3:629, 4:34, 4:84, 4:85n, 4:363, 4:497–4:498, 4:534, 4:559, 4:565–4:566, 4:569, 4:621, 6:26, 6:45, 6:66–6:67, 6:81, 6:152, 6:195, 6:196, 6:615, 7:16, 7:54–7:55, 7:90, 7:90, 7:263, 7:282, 7:307–7:308, 7:326, 7:349, 7:634, 8:74, 8:420, 8:590, 8:615, 8:615, 9:102, 9:229–9:230, 9:262–9:263, 9:333, 9:369–9:370, 9:404
  • sesame, 1:84, 1:105, 1:198, 1:211–1:212, 1:436–1:437n, 1:555, 1:667, 2:301, 3:225, 3:368, 3:454, 3:454, 3:502, 3:545, 3:636–3:637, 4:7, 4:39–4:40, 6:382, 6:514
  • Spanish broom, 9:533
  • sweet acacia, 1:555, 2:301, 2:302
  • sweet potato, 8:680
  • timothy, 3:454, 3:456, 3:460–3:461, 4:77, 4:156, 4:156, 4:157n, 4:194, 4:236
  • tobacco, 7:31
  • tomato, 7:332
  • turnip, 4:363, 5:384, 6:514
  • wheat, 8:158, 8:173, 8:174n
  • wintermelon, 2:302

Seelah (Celer; TJ’s horse), 5:497, 5:497n, 5:498n

Selby, Skeffington

  • identified, 3:426–3:427n
  • letters from, 3:426–3:427
  • letters to, 3:457–3:458
  • and T. Nelson’s bonds, 3:426, 3:457–3:458

Selden, John

  • English jurist, 6:302

Selden, Miles, 1:25, 5:598

Select American Biography (W. Barton), 7:398–7:400, 7:446–7:447, 7:511

Select Exercises for Young Proficients in the Mathematics (T. Simpson), 5:417, 7:458, 7:458n, 8:481–8:482, 8:482n

Sellers, Nathan, 5:xlix–5:l, 5:559n

  • and corn sieve, 7:79–7:80

Selma, Fernando

  • engraver, 7:563

Seminole Indians, 5:651–5:652, 6:67–6:68, 6:112, 6:113n

Semple, James

  • and College of William and Mary, 5:469
  • and faculty position for J. Meigs, 5:373–5:374
  • identified, 5:374n
  • letters from, 5:469–5:470
  • letters to, 5:373–5:374

Sempronius (fictional character)

  • TJ compared to, 7:312, 7:312n

Senate, U.S. See also Congress, U.S.; Otis, Samuel Allyne

  • J. Adams on, 6:624
  • and appointment of foreigners, 3:443, 9:358, 9:358n, 9:446
  • and appointments, 8:45, 8:141, 8:153, 8:206n
  • and Bank of the United States, 4:113, 4:113n, 4:128–4:130
  • and batture controversy, 3:203–3:204
  • certifies elections, 6:185n
  • chamber of, 1:473, 1:475n, 1:595, 3:534, 3:535, 3:556
  • and Cherokee Indians, 7:164, 7:200, 7:200n
  • clerical salaries in, 8:115
  • clerk of, 1:535
  • Committee on Military Affairs, 8:67n, 8:443n
  • and declaration of war, 5:142n, 5:220
  • doorkeeper election, 4:124, 4:163, 4:164n, 4:171
  • and Embargo of 1812, 4:586–4:587, 4:588n
  • and O. Evans’s patent machinery, 6:454, 6:454n
  • and Gallatin-Smith feud, 2:430
  • and A. Gallatin’s nomination, 6:105n, 6:202–6:203, 6:241, 6:241, 6:313
  • journals of bound by TJ, 8:631
  • mentioned, 2:570, 6:563, 8:20n, 8:175, 8:406–8:407, 9:700
  • messages from TJ, 1:643n
  • and national debt, 8:110, 8:111n
  • and office of postmaster general, 7:197n
  • orders W. Duane’s prosecution, 2:412n
  • and public works, 2:213–2:214, 2:589, 2:613–2:614
  • and purchase of TJ’s library, 7:679–7:680, 7:680, 8:26, 8:36, 9:409, 9:409–9:410n
  • ratifies Treaty of Ghent (1814), 8:268, 8:269n, 8:269
  • rejects W. Short’s nomination, 1:38
  • resolution concerning Jackson, 2:70n
  • and J. Russell’s nomination, 6:240, 6:241, 6:241, 6:242, 6:242n
  • S. Smith’s reelection to, 1:515–1:516
  • supports R. Fulton’s torpedo, 2:250, 2:251n, 2:301
  • and term limits, 6:68, 6:432, 6:518
  • and trade licenses, 5:636, 5:637n
  • treaty powers of, 6:433n, 9:548–9:550, 9:550–9:551n, 9:551–9:552n

Seneca (Roman statesman and philosopher)

  • mentioned, 6:299, 6:542, 7:447
  • A New Translation of the Morals of Seneca (trans. Bennet), 1:576
  • writings of, 7:627

Seneca Indians, 2:59, 2:175

Seneca snakeroot (Polygala senega), 9:40, 9:40n

Senter, Isaac, 5:64, 5:67n

Senter, Nathaniel Greene Montague

  • identified, 5:67n
  • letters from, 5:64–5:68, 5:398–5:399, 5:407–5:408
  • letters to, 5:218, 5:429–5:430
  • and New Orleans charitable society, 5:65, 5:218
  • seeks military appointment, 5:398–5:399, 5:399n, 5:407, 5:430
  • "Travels in the Western Country," 5:407, 5:407n
  • travel writings of, 5:64–5:65, 5:68n, 5:218, 5:407–5:408, 5:429

A Sentimental Journey through France and Italy (Sterne), 4:85n

Seppia, Giuseppe del

  • family of, 9:673

Seppia, Luigi del

  • witnesses will, 9:673

Serapis, HMS

  • medal commemorating capture of, 9:54

Sergeant, Jonathan Dickinson, 6:254, 7:217

A Sermon delivered in Boston before The American Society for Educating Pious Youth for the Gospel Ministry. Oct. 26, 1815 (E. Pearson), 9:255, 9:255, 9:257n, 9:379, 9:382

A Sermon, Preached at Boston, before his Excellency Christopher Gore (Parish), 3:75n, 3:156

sermons

  • clergyman tried for comments made during, 1:277, 1:278n
  • pamphlet of bound for TJ, 8:630
  • preached in Charlottesville, 9:48, 9:112
  • recommended by TJ, 7:627
  • sent to TJ, 1:138, 2:411–2:412, 3:75n, 3:156, 3:431, 3:456–3:457, 4:230, 4:231n, 7:198–7:199, 7:199n

Sermons (L. Bourdaloue), 7:627

Sermons (J. B. Massillon), 7:627

Sermons by The late Rev. Mr. Sterne (L. Sterne), 8:388

Serres, Olivier de

  • Le Théâtre d’Agriculture et Mesnage des Champs, 1:35, 1:581, 2:82, 7:626

Sérurier, Louis Barbé Charles

  • French minister to U.S., 4:54, 4:55n, 6:637, 7:98–7:99, 7:99n
  • and L. P. G. de Lormerie’s passage, 5:432–5:433, 6:102

Serveto (Servetus), Miguel

  • F. A. Van der Kemp’s work on, 4:614

sesame (benne; benni)

  • J. Bradbury on, 1:436–1:437n
  • and C. Harris, 1:84, 1:211–1:212
  • and J. Milledge, 1:667, 3:636–3:637, 4:39–4:40
  • oil, 1:84n, 1:212, 3:636–3:637, 4:7, 4:39–4:40
  • H. G. Spafford requests from TJ, 1:105, 1:198
  • TJ cultivates, 4:7, 6:382, 6:514
  • TJ receives seeds of, 1:555, 2:301, 2:302, 3:225
  • TJ sends seeds of, 3:454, 3:454, 3:502, 3:545
  • and J. W. Wallace, 3:368

Sesamum indicum. See sesame (benne; benni)

Seventy-Six Association (Charleston, S.C.)

  • forwards orations, 4:105–4:107, 6:88, 6:90n, 6:124–6:125, 8:315
  • identified, 4:107n
  • letters from, 4:105–4:107, 6:88–6:90, 8:315–8:316
  • letter to, 6:124–6:125
  • letters to accounted for, 4:107n
  • toasts of sent to TJ, 7:459, 7:459n

Seven Years’ War

  • TJ’s recollections of, 7:30, 7:32n

Sewall, Jonathan, 6:258

Sewall, Samuel, 8:376n

sextant, 4:369, 4:370n

  • for surveying, 9:508, 9:508, 9:622, 9:643, 9:643, 9:689
  • TJ uses, 9:37n, 9:156, 9:415
  • uses of, 9:76, 9:125, 9:206, 9:207n

Seybert, Adam

  • congressional Joint Library Committee member, 8:14
  • and domestic manufactures, 1:170–1:172
  • A. von Humboldt sends regards to, 1:453n
  • identified, 1:172n
  • letters from, 1:170–1:172

Seymour, Dr.

  • and tobacco treatments, 5:669

Seymour, Henry

  • and Lafayette’s La. lands, 5:68–5:69, 5:69n

Shaaff (Shoaff), John Thomas

  • physician of J. Madison, 6:241

Shackelford, Benjamin

  • correspondence with W. P. Newby, 8:357n
  • Culpeper C.H. tavern keeper, 1:52n, 5:572n
  • forwards correspondence for TJ, 5:571–5:572, 5:573, 7:157n, 8:357
  • identified, 5:572n
  • letters from, 5:571–5:572, 8:357
  • letters to accounted for, 5:572n, 8:204n

Shackelford, Lyne

  • estate of, 3:36–3:37, 3:196, 3:250, 3:270, 3:283–3:284, 3:367–3:368, 3:529, 4:9, 4:9n

Shackelford, Richard

  • petition to General Assembly, 4:346–4:349
  • rents land from W. Short, 4:197

Shackleford, Zachariah

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

shad

  • compared to carp, 4:629
  • compared to paddlefish, 3:92
  • mentioned, 6:132, 6:132, 6:134
  • TJ purchases, 2:109, 5:155, 5:164, 7:321, 7:332, 7:333n, 7:448, 7:448
  • TJ sends to M. Wills, 4:668
  • white, 1:369
  • works on, 5:601–5:602, 5:604–5:605

Shadwell (TJ’s estate)

  • account for lease to C. Peyton, 5:419, 5:421, 5:423
  • acreage of, 4:387
  • border of, 3:572–3:573n
  • dispute over lease of, 2:85–2:86, 2:150–2:151, 2:198–2:199, 2:200, 2:212–2:213, 2:239–2:240, 2:240, 2:277–2:281, 2:281, 2:282, 2:286, 2:286–2:287, 2:294
  • fire at, 9:690
  • overseers at, 1:137–1:138n
  • rent due on, 2:421–2:422, 2:422n
  • TJ conveys part of to T. J. Randolph, 6:35–6:36, 6:416

Shadwell mills. See also Shoemaker, Isaac; Shoemaker, Jonathan; Thomas M. Randolph & Company

  • builders at, 1:192n
  • J. B. Chandler seeks work at, 4:495, 4:590
  • dam at, 3:204–3:205, 3:218, 3:300, 3:300, 8:236, 8:241
  • J. Eliason wishes to rent, 6:91, 6:118, 6:123, 6:149–6:150, 6:166
  • O. Evans’s machinery installed at, 6:384–6:385
  • flour from, 2:269, 2:292, 2:300, 4:548–4:549, 8:207, 8:582, 9:99, 9:547, 9:547–9:548n, 9:665
  • flour mill at, 6:xliii, 6:386 (illus.), 8:624, 8:625n, 9:498–9:499, 9:546–9:547
  • improvements to, 2:670, 3:293, 3:359, 3:521, 3:527, 4:50, 4:51, 4:144, 4:144–4:145, 4:145–4:146, 4:200–4:201, 4:661–4:662, 6:634
  • interim millers at during War of 1812, 6:428n, 6:620
  • land reserved for use of, 6:35
  • lease of, 1:488n, 3:464–3:465, 3:581, 3:614, 6:149–6:150, 8:205n
  • location of, 4:6n
  • McKinney recommended for, 2:383
  • managed by J. McKinney, 4:183, 4:183n, 4:233, 4:374n, 5:120–5:121, 8:204–8:205, 8:205n
  • mentioned, 1:579
  • mill wheels at, 4:51
  • mismanagement at, 1:108–1:110, 1:139n, 1:139–1:140, 1:282–1:283, 2:292, 3:51–3:52, 3:111, 3:156–3:157, 3:184, 3:644
  • and T. E. Randolph, 8:204–8:205, 8:205n, 8:625n, 9:99, 9:133, 9:312–9:313, 9:313n, 9:415, 9:498–9:499, 9:546–9:547, 9:547, 9:547–9:548n, 9:567–9:568, 9:665
  • and T. M. Randolph, 4:6, 4:6n, 4:183, 4:183n, 4:374n, 4:548, 5:120–5:121, 5:228, 5:499, 5:517, 5:530, 5:570–5:571, 5:575, 5:591n, 5:671, 6:91, 6:118, 6:123, 6:149–6:150, 6:166, 6:430, 6:620, 8:204–8:205, 8:205n, 8:205n, 8:625n, 9:99, 9:133, 9:312–9:313, 9:313n, 9:498–9:499, 9:546–9:547, 9:547, 9:547–9:548n, 9:567–9:568
  • rent for, 1:407, 1:408, 1:421–1:422, 1:451–1:452, 4:183, 4:233, 5:400–5:402, 5:671, 8:204–8:205, 8:205n, 8:207, 8:284, 8:624, 8:625n, 9:99, 9:133, 9:272–9:273, 9:499, 9:665
  • repairs to, 5:307n, 6:620
  • and Rivanna Company, 3:161, 3:191, 3:192, 3:216–3:218, 3:287, 3:421–3:422, 3:527, 5:517, 5:529, 6:596, 6:629, 6:629, 6:634–6:635
  • sale of, 6:xliii
  • taxes on, 8:393
  • TJ’s insurance for, 1:218–1:219, 1:417, 1:417n, 1:625–1:626, 1:659–1:660, 2:29
  • TJ visits, 8:240
  • and toll mill, 1:626, 1:626, 5:120–5:121, 6:430

Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, 3d Earl of

  • works of, 8:49

Shakers

  • books on, 8:469, 8:469n

Shakespeare, William

  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:664
  • S. Johnson’s edition of, 9:88n
  • and neology, 9:633
  • quoted, 1:412, 1:412n, 5:484, 5:484n, 5:582n, 6:14, 6:16n, 6:98, 6:100n, 6:128, 6:129n, 6:228n, 6:517, 6:517, 6:517n, 6:517n, 7:478, 7:481n, 7:711, 7:712n, 9:101, 9:101n
  • referenced, 7:258, 7:259n, 7:403, 7:405n, 7:557, 7:560n, 9:596, 9:597n
  • TJ quotes, 6:591, 6:593n, 8:525, 8:527n
  • TJ recommends, 7:629
  • translated by F. von Schlegel, 9:84

Shaler, William

  • forwards papers to TJ, 7:505–7:506
  • and trunk for TJ, 7:505, 8:36, 8:245, 8:420

Shannon, HMS (frigate), 6:251n, 9:331n

Sharp, Mr.

  • corn crop of, 9:151
  • sells oxen to TJ, 6:306n

Sharp, Granville, 3:268, 3:269n

Sharp, Leander J., 8:448

Sharpe, Robert

  • TJ buys land from, 4:387

Sharpless, Blakey, 1:256n

Shattuck, George Cheyne

  • identified, 1:51n
  • letters to, 1:50–1:51
  • Three Dissertations on Boylston Prize Questions for the Years 1806 and 1807, 1:50–1:51, 1:51n

Shaw, Mr. (stonemason), 8:592

Shaw, George

  • and classification of animals, 7:152

Shaw, Thomas

  • Travels, or Observations relating to Several Parts of Barbary and the Levant, 6:380, 6:380, 6:380–6:381, 6:381

Shaw, William Smith

  • introduces G. Ticknor, 8:148, 8:149n

Shawnee Indians, 4:485n, 8:151, 8:552

Shays’s Rebellion, 6:254, 6:256n, 6:287

Sheaff, Henry, 2:221

  • health of, 9:98, 9:130
  • identified, 8:662n
  • letter from, 9:98
  • letters to, 8:662, 9:77, 9:130
  • and wine for TJ, 8:662, 9:77, 9:98, 9:130

Sheaff, J.

  • as proxy for H. Sheaff, 9:98

Sheaffe, Sir Roger Hale

  • British general, 8:219

Shearman (Sherman), Martin, 1:616

Shecut, John Linnaeus Edward Whitridge

  • address cover from, 7:xliv, 7:434 (illus.)
  • and Antiquarian Society of Charleston, 6:179, 6:180n, 6:251, 6:376–6:377, 6:483
  • critique of Literary and Philosophical Society of South Carolina, 6:377
  • desires secretaryship, 8:24, 8:24–8:25, 8:25n
  • family of, 7:566–7:567
  • Flora Carolinæensis, 6:252, 6:252n, 6:378, 6:615, 7:566
  • identified, 6:179–6:180n
  • letters from, 6:179–6:180, 6:376–6:378, 7:565–7:568, 8:24–8:25
  • letters to, 6:251–6:252, 7:700–7:701
  • medical theories of, 7:565–7:567, 7:700, 8:24, 8:24–8:25
  • seeks TJ’s publication subsidy, 7:565–7:567, 7:700–7:701
  • TJ sends bird pepper to, 6:252, 6:377, 6:615, 7:567, 7:568n

sheep. See also merino sheep

  • Barbary, 2:252, 2:379, 2:380, 2:457, 2:492, 3:190, 3:637, 4:637, 4:638n, 6:6
  • on Belmont estate, 3:170
  • broadtail, 1:465–1:466, 1:477, 4:638n
  • Cape, 1:477, 1:599
  • Chew’s breed, 2:380
  • Churro, 1:18, 1:19n
  • C. Clark’s, 5:395
  • and dogs, 4:161, 4:170, 4:346–4:349, 6:6, 6:31–6:32, 6:369–6:370, 6:511, 7:13, 8:272
  • J. Dougherty acquires for TJ, 1:153, 1:464, 1:465–1:466, 1:467, 1:476–1:477, 1:486
  • Essay on Sheep (Livingston), 1:667, 1:668n, 3:63, 3:64n
  • fodder for, 2:271, 2:543, 8:71, 8:158
  • Green mountain, 1:667
  • D. Humphreys’s, 2:431, 2:431, 5:496, 6:504
  • Iceland ram, 1:320, 1:596, 1:666, 3:637
  • mutton, 4:362, 8:307
  • in Pa., 1:18, 1:69n
  • C. W. Peale considers raising, 7:81
  • at Poplar Forest, 4:306, 4:381, 5:31, 6:6, 8:71, 8:74, 8:185, 8:520
  • price of, 8:307
  • profitability of raising, 9:616
  • raised in Ga., 4:40
  • raised in S.C., 2:218, 4:40
  • raised in Va., 1:238–1:239, 1:240n, 4:346, 4:428
  • rams, 6:215
  • scab in TJ’s, 3:176–3:177, 3:442, 3:453, 4:61, 4:62, 5:448
  • shears for, 6:347
  • skin of Rocky Mountain, 1:327–1:328, 1:510
  • Spanish, 1:16, 1:320, 3:176–3:177, 5:198–5:199, 6:6–6:7, 6:31, 6:31
  • O. Sprigg’s breed, 2:380
  • TJ’s advice sought on, 2:202

Sheffey, Daniel

  • criticizes J. Adams, 5:4
  • and O. Evans’s petition to Congress, 7:113n
  • Va. congressman, 4:475, 4:476n

Sheffield, John Baker Holroyd, 1st Earl of, 3:79

Shekell (Sheckle, Sheckles, Shekel), Cephus (Cephas, Sephus)

  • letters of introduction for, 3:651
  • rents Henderson lands, 5:419, 5:426, 5:426

Shelby, Isaac, 5:644, 5:644n

  • as commander of Ky. militia, 6:370, 8:263
  • Revolutionary War service of, 6:370, 6:371n

Shelden, Daniel

  • as U.S. Treasury clerk, 8:437, 8:438n

Shelton, Samuel

  • business partnership of, 5:93n
  • petition to General Assembly, 4:346–4:349

Shelton, William A.

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

Shenandoah River

  • lottery to improve navigation on, 4:288

Shenandoah Valley

  • “Cohees” as nickname for residents of, 8:232
  • settlement of, 8:643

Shepherd (TJ’s slave; b. 1782)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387

Shepherd (TJ’s slave; b. 1809)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:385, 4:386, 5:462, 6:308, 8:62, 8:255

Shepherd, William

  • Paris, in Eighteen Hundred And Two, and Eighteen Hundred And Fourteen, 8:628, 8:629n, 8:672, 9:122

shepherd dogs. See dogs

Sheppard, William

  • A Grand Abridgment of the Common and Statute Law of England, 7:147, 7:148

Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 7:660

Sheridan, Thomas

  • A Course of Lectures on Elocution, 1:576, 7:629

Sherman, Mr. See Shearman (Sherman), Martin

sherry (wine), 8:571, 8:662, 9:77, 9:98, 9:313, 9:324, 9:513

Sherwin, Henry

  • Mathematical Tables, 4:148, 4:149n

Shields, William C.

  • publisher of Daily Compiler and Richmond Commercial Register, 7:450n

Shifflet, Mr.

  • boats of transport goods, 9:547

Shiflett, Joel

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

Shiner, D.

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

Shirman, William

  • letters from, 7:331
  • letters to, 7:297, 7:448–7:449
  • and stonework at Monticello, 7:297, 7:331, 7:448–7:449
  • and stonework at Poplar Forest, 7:297, 7:331

shirting (textile), 6:348, 9:303, 9:303, 9:566, 9:597

Shoaff, Dr. See Shaaff (Shoaff), John Thomas

Shoemaker, Isaac

  • and debt to S. Lukens, 4:571, 4:619
  • extorts money from father, 4:619
  • identified, 1:139n
  • letters to, 1:138–1:139
  • and mismanagement of Shadwell Mill, 1:108–1:109, 1:110n, 1:138–1:139, 1:139–1:140, 1:282, 2:292, 3:51–3:52, 3:156–3:157, 3:464–3:465, 3:644, 5:483–5:484
  • and postal route, 1:353
  • rent due from, 8:204
  • TJ’s account with, 3:300–3:302, 3:317–3:318, 3:640–3:642, 3:642–3:643
  • E. Trist on, 4:573, 4:574n

Shoemaker, Jonathan

  • asks TJ to endorse bill, 2:95
  • identified, 1:109–1:110n
  • letters from, 1:139–1:140, 1:256, 1:407, 1:451–1:452, 2:269, 2:300, 2:393
  • letters from accounted for, 2:670n
  • letters to, 1:108–1:110, 1:282–1:283, 1:364, 1:421–1:422, 2:95, 2:199, 2:342–2:343, 2:660–2:661, 2:670
  • mentioned, 5:527
  • and mismanagement of Shadwell Mill, 1:108–1:109, 1:139–1:140, 1:282–1:283, 3:51–3:52, 3:111, 3:156–3:157, 3:184, 3:464–3:465, 3:528, 3:531, 3:614, 3:644, 5:483–5:484
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254
  • rent due from, 1:353, 1:353, 1:364, 1:408, 1:421–1:422, 1:422, 1:451–1:452, 8:204
  • seeks abatement in rent, 1:407, 1:421–1:422
  • sells mill near Washington, 1:256, 5:484
  • ships flour to Richmond, 2:269, 2:292, 2:300, 3:111–3:112, 3:135, 3:154, 3:181, 3:301, 3:302, 3:318, 3:371, 3:612
  • son extorts money from, 4:619
  • TJ’s account with, 2:199, 2:300, 2:313–2:314, 2:342–2:343, 2:393, 2:660–2:661, 3:300–3:302, 3:317–3:318, 3:373, 3:640–3:642, 3:642–3:643, 4:495, 5:120
  • E. Trist on, 4:573, 4:574n

Shoemaker, Lukens, 2:393

shoes, 3:202, 8:234, 8:241–8:242

  • sabots, 7:332

Short, William

  • advocates unrestricted commerce, 1:119–1:120, 1:359–1:360, 3:274, 3:275n
  • J. Armstrong carries letters of, 1:115, 1:120
  • awaits instructions, 1:117, 1:331
  • on banks, 7:223
  • J. Barnes’s visit with, 7:469–7:470, 7:471–7:472, 7:472n
  • as chargé d’affaires, 7:137–7:138, 7:139n
  • and consulship for Delamotte, 9:319–9:320, 9:358, 9:648, 9:693
  • conveys news to and from French acquaintances, 1:173, 1:537
  • and J. Corrêa da Serra, 6:87, 6:155–6:156, 6:204, 6:274, 6:605–6:606, 6:606, 7:139, 7:224–7:225, 7:287, 7:301, 7:403, 8:53
  • correspondence with G. Harrison, 8:490n
  • correspondence with TJ, 1:234
  • criticizes A. J. Dallas, 9:321–9:322
  • and diplomatic outfit, 1:61, 1:85, 1:118, 1:232–1:233, 1:235n, 5:362–5:364
  • on education, 7:223
  • on European affairs, 8:557
  • financial situation of, 8:52, 8:53, 8:109–8:110
  • forwards pamphlet to J. Adams, 3:198, 3:274
  • forwards publications to TJ, 5:473, 5:473n, 5:500n, 7:505
  • on France, 3:197, 4:269–4:271, 7:224, 7:224–7:225, 7:403–7:404, 8:330–8:331
  • and A. Gallatin, 4:61n
  • on Great Britain, 4:269–4:273, 7:224, 8:51
  • health of, 6:276–6:277, 8:330, 8:332, 8:688, 8:688–8:689
  • hopes to visit TJ, 7:225, 8:688–8:689
  • and J. G. Hyde de Neuville, 5:405
  • identified, 1:39n
  • and Indian Camp, 1:234, 1:235n, 3:198, 3:272–3:273, 3:275, 3:438, 3:621–3:622, 3:644, 4:5–4:6, 4:59–4:60, 4:197–4:198, 4:268, 4:273–4:274, 4:675, 5:239–5:240, 5:264–5:265, 5:364n, 5:399–5:402, 5:407n, 5:443–5:444, 5:446, 5:506, 5:567, 5:568–5:570, 5:573, 5:596, 5:622–5:623, 5:623–5:624n, 5:624–5:625, 6:86, 6:87–6:88n, 6:204, 6:274, 6:522–6:523, 6:523n, 6:575, 6:604, 6:604–6:605, 7:70–7:71, 7:136, 7:157, 7:157n, 7:159, 7:166–7:168, 7:169n, 7:197–7:198, 7:212–7:213, 7:271, 7:405, 7:487, 7:510, 7:511n, 7:591–7:592, 7:594–7:595, 7:655, 8:50–8:51, 8:107, 8:129, 8:332, 8:382, 8:428–8:429, 8:556, 8:567–8:568, 8:588, 8:598, 8:687–8:688, 9:319, 9:357, 9:362, 9:388, 9:488, 9:519, 9:519, 9:519–9:520, 9:648, 9:649n, 9:661, 9:662, 9:693
  • investments of, 1:32n, 7:136–7:138
  • and Lafayette, 3:447, 5:215n
  • letter of credence for, 1:328, 1:343–1:344, 1:359, 1:658, 1:659n
  • letters from, 1:115–1:122, 1:229–1:235, 2:200, 2:475–2:479, 3:197–3:200, 3:272–3:275, 4:268–4:274, 6:274–6:277, 7:135–7:139, 7:223–7:225, 7:402–7:405, 8:50–8:53, 8:330–8:332, 8:556–8:557, 8:687–8:689, 9:319–9:322, 9:693–9:696
  • letters from accounted for, 1:329n, 3:107n, 3:438n, 3:623n, 4:60–4:61n, 4:199n, 4:676n, 5:402n, 5:447n, 5:506n, 5:624n, 6:87n, 6:88n, 6:277n, 6:606n, 7:213n, 7:225n, 7:272n, 7:593n, 8:429n, 8:490–8:491n, 9:322n, 9:520n, 9:648–9:649n
  • letters to, 1:38–1:39, 3:106–3:107, 3:438, 3:621–3:623, 4:59–4:61, 4:197–4:199, 4:674–4:676, 5:362–5:364, 5:399–5:402, 5:446–5:447, 5:505–5:506, 5:622–5:624, 6:86–6:88, 6:155–6:156, 6:204–6:206, 6:604–6:606, 7:166–7:169, 7:212–7:213, 7:271–7:272, 7:366, 7:591–7:593, 8:107–8:111, 8:382–8:383, 8:428–8:429, 8:490–8:491, 8:567–8:568, 9:357–9:358, 9:519–9:520, 9:648–9:649, 9:661
  • letters to mentioned, 2:257, 2:257n, 2:268
  • on living abroad, 4:269–4:270
  • and J. Madison, 2:33, 2:200n, 2:477, 2:477, 6:275, 6:276, 7:223, 8:51–8:52, 8:331
  • on marriage, 3:197, 3:200n, 7:403, 8:332
  • mentioned, 1:433, 3:620, 5:189
  • and merino sheep, 3:198
  • on J. Monroe, 7:224, 8:50
  • J. Monroe on, 7:197
  • and J. Moreau’s proposed visit to Monticello, 4:674–4:675, 5:363, 6:87
  • on Napoleon, 8:51, 8:689
  • on newspapers, 8:52, 9:321
  • nomination of, rejected, 1:38, 1:39n, 1:229–1:230, 1:231, 1:375, 1:659n
  • and payments to TJ, 9:359, 9:514, 9:552
  • Philadelphia residence of, 9:605
  • plans to visit France, 8:53, 8:110, 8:490, 8:557
  • on presidency, 9:695–9:696
  • on prospect of war with Great Britain, 4:272–4:273
  • recess appointment to Saint Petersburg, 1:65
  • on republicanism in U.S., 8:689
  • returns to U.S., 2:200, 2:200n, 2:288, 2:410, 2:475–2:476, 2:477, 3:89
  • and W. C. Rives, 7:402, 7:591
  • and sale of TJ’s library, 8:331–8:332
  • sends certificates to TJ, 2:477–2:478, 2:479n, 3:29–3:30, 3:89, 3:106, 3:197
  • tenants of, 3:622, 4:197–4:198, 4:675
  • Madame de Tessé on, 2:311, 4:323
  • TJ introduces W. C. Rives to, 7:366
  • TJ invites to Monticello, 7:213, 8:568
  • TJ makes payment for, 7:708
  • TJ on, 3:504, 7:35
  • TJ rejects request from, 8:490
  • TJ’s debt to, 7:166–7:168, 7:680, 8:331–8:332, 8:382, 8:426, 8:427, 8:428, 8:434, 8:451, 8:483, 8:556, 9:320, 9:322n, 9:357
  • on TJ’s influence over J. Madison, 6:275, 7:223
  • travels of, 8:50, 8:556, 8:687
  • urges TJ to write memoir, 9:695
  • on visitors to Philadelphia, 9:693–9:695
  • visits Monticello, 8:331, 8:332n
  • D. B. Warden sends publications through, 8:36, 8:291, 8:420
  • on war in Spain and Portugal, 4:271
  • on War of 1812, 6:275, 6:276, 7:223–7:224, 8:51–8:52, 8:52–8:53, 8:330, 8:331, 9:320–9:321
  • and watch chain and seal, 6:338, 6:339n, 6:467

Short Account of the Origin of Steam Boats (W. Thornton), 8:195

A Short and Easie Method with Deists (Leslie), 3:590, 3:590n

Shorter, Jack

  • accompanies TJ to Monticello, 1:59, 1:60n
  • delivers letters, 1:85, 1:153
  • as hosteler, 1:3, 1:60n
  • TJ pays, 1:41–1:42

A Short History of the Nature and Consequences of Excise Laws (J. T. Callender), 9:217, 9:218n

A Short Introduction To Moral Philosophy (F. Hutcheson), 7:458, 7:458n, 7:627

shot

  • purchased by TJ, 9:301

shot manufacture, 5:107, 5:108, 8:96, 8:96n, 8:97–8:98, 8:119–8:120, 8:120–8:121, 8:257, 8:281–8:282, 8:308–8:309, 8:347, 9:610

Shotwell, William. See also Shotwell & Kinder (New York firm)

  • identified, 7:73n

Shotwell & Kinder (New York firm)

  • identified, 7:73n
  • letters from, 7:72–7:73
  • letters to, 7:191–7:192
  • and Taurino cloth, 7:72–7:73, 7:73n, 7:191

shovels, 2:546, 2:546, 2:547, 2:548

Shuckburgh-Evelyn, Sir George Augustus William

  • mathematician, 9:642

Siberia

  • frozen mammoth found in, 2:507, 5:572

Sibley, John

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

Siblong, Col. See le Blanc (Siblong) de Villeneufve, Paul Louis

Sicard, Roch Ambroise Cucurron

  • Théorie des Signes, 1:662, 1:662n

Sicily

  • wine from, 9:513

Sickels, Garret, 6:526n

Sidmouth, Henry Addington, Viscount

  • British prime minister, 3:79, 3:298, 4:670, 4:671n
  • and peace negotiations, 8:380–8:381

Sidney (S. H. Smith’s Washington estate), 3:76, 3:76n

Sidney, Algernon

  • British patriot, 2:385, 2:387n, 4:470, 6:296
  • read by J. Adams, 4:474
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:503

Le Siècle de Louis XIV (Voltaire), 1:580

Siegfried, Carl Ludwig (Charles Lewis)

  • identified, 3:61n
  • letters from, 3:60–3:61
  • seeks appointment, 3:60–3:61

Siegfried, Charlotte Frazer (Carl Ludwig Siegfried’s wife), 3:60

Sierre Leone Company, 3:319, 3:320n

Las Siete Partidas (Alfonso X), 3:53n, 3:175n, 3:546

Las siete partidas del sabio rey Don Alonso el Nono (López), 3:175n, 3:176n

sifters

  • for slaves, 8:71

Sigler, John

  • militia service of, 7:161

silk

  • substitutes for, 5:439, 5:560
  • TJ orders, 6:345, 6:345, 9:565

silk manufacturing

  • in Europe, 1:341, 1:342n, 1:355, 1:412–1:413, 1:424, 1:425n, 1:472, 5:473
  • in U.S., 4:85, 5:439

silk plant, 3:343, 3:343n

silk tree, 1:631, 2:104n

silver

  • coffeepots, 8:393
  • cups, 8:235, 8:237n, 8:393
  • currency, 8:16
  • eyeglass frames, 8:192n
  • plated, 8:485, 8:486
  • watches, 8:393, 8:485

Silver, William (master of schooner Jachin)

  • carries goods, 4:215, 4:220

silver nitrate. See lunar caustic (silver nitrate)

silver ore

  • found at Jefferson Co., Va. (now W. Va.), 3:647–3:648
  • in N.Y., 8:209n
  • Sardinian specimen, 2:299

Silvestre, Augustin François

  • agricultural report of, 2:83
  • cottonseed sent by TJ, 1:258, 1:596
  • identified, 1:259n
  • letter from to Provenchere mentioned, 2:128–2:129, 2:129n
  • letterhead of, 1:xlviii, 1:380 (illus.)
  • letters from, 1:258–1:260, 1:611–1:613
  • Mémoire de la Société d’agriculture, 1:258, 1:259n, 1:611–1:612, 1:629, 1:630n
  • Rapport sur les Travaux de la Société d’Agriculture du Département de la Seine, 1:612, 1:613n

“A Simile” (Pindar), 1:538n

Simington (schooner), 9:660n

Simmons, Joshua

  • letters from, 4:77
  • seeks loan from TJ, 4:77

Simmons, William

  • War Department accountant, 3:324, 3:450

Simms, Charles

  • collector at Alexandria, 4:215, 4:219, 4:220, 4:487, 4:529, 5:561, 5:671, 9:570, 9:573n
  • identified, 4:221n
  • letters from, 4:487
  • letters to, 4:220–4:221
  • mayor of Alexandria, 7:644, 7:644n, 7:648

Simnel (Symnel), Lambert

  • and E. Aram’s murder trial, 7:377

Simolin, Ivan M.

  • and J. Ledyard expedition, 6:420

Simon, Theodor

  • translates Janua Linguarum Reserata (J. A. Komenský), 8:482, 8:482n

Simonds, Jonas, 2:304

Simplicius of Cilicia

  • writings of, 6:317

Simpson, Thomas

  • The Doctrine and Application of Fluxions, 5:416, 5:442, 5:443n, 5:501, 6:157, 7:286, 9:192
  • Select Exercises for Young Proficients in the Mathematics, 5:417, 7:458, 7:458n, 8:481–8:482, 8:482n
  • A treatise of algebra, 1:576

Simson, Robert

  • The Elements of Euclid, 1:576, 1:650, 7:250, 7:253n

Sinclair, Sir John

  • The Code of Health and Longevity, 9:143, 9:144n
  • An Essay on Longevity, 4:140, 4:142n
  • friendship with G. Logan, 9:709
  • identified, 9:144n
  • letters from, 9:143–9:144
  • and Orders in Council, 7:41, 7:44n
  • and peace negotiations, 8:381
  • sends prospectus to TJ, 9:143, 9:144n

Sine Qua Non (ship), 8:452, 8:452, 8:452n

The Sine Qua Non: A Map of the United States (J. Melish), 8:75–8:76, 8:77n, 8:78n, 8:133

Singleton, Rebecca Coles (Isaac A. Coles’s sister), 8:21, 8:21n

Sinton, William, 5:570n

Siren. See Syren (sloop)

Situation de l’Angleterre en 1811 (Montgaillard), 4:672, 4:672n

A Six Months Tour through the North of England (Young), 6:280

Sixteen Introductory Lectures (B. Rush), 3:277, 3:279n, 3:304, 4:87

60th Royal American Regiment, 1:290

A Six Weeks Tour, through the Southern Counties of England and Wales (Young), 6:280

Skelton, Bathurst

  • and Gilliam v. Fleming, 1:304–1:305, 1:362, 1:363, 1:591, 1:608, 2:129, 2:130n, 2:141, 2:142, 2:396, 2:397, 2:397, 2:403, 2:407, 2:424, 2:425, 2:433, 2:434, 2:447, 2:464–2:465, 2:465–2:466, 3:84–3:86, 7:99, 7:99n, 7:174

Skelton, Elizabeth Lomax (Reuben Skelton’s wife), 2:84, 2:85n, 2:122–2:123, 2:447

Skelton, James

  • buys lot in Westham, 8:171n
  • and Gilliam v. Fleming, 2:447, 3:84–3:85

Skelton, John, 1:305n, 2:397, 3:44, 3:85

Skelton, Lucy. See Gilliam, Lucy Skelton

Skelton, Meriwether, 2:425, 2:425, 3:85

Skelton, Reuben

  • and Gilliam v. Fleming, 1:305n, 1:644, 2:33, 2:83–2:84, 2:85, 2:122–2:123, 2:141, 2:142, 2:256, 2:396, 2:447, 3:84–3:86

Skelton, Sally, 1:305n

Skelton family, 1:305n, 1:364

Sketches & Propositions (Banks), 3:296

Sketches, Historical and Descriptive of Louisiana (Stoddard), 3:291, 3:291–3:292n, 5:683n, 6:39

Sketches of the Life and Character of Patrick Henry (W. Wirt)

  • mentions D. Carr (174373), 9:219–9:220, 9:220n, 9:407
  • and E. Randolph’s manuscript on Va. history, 8:620n
  • TJ on, 4:596
  • TJ provides information for, 2:155–2:156, 2:314, 4:599, 4:600, 4:604n, 4:605, 7:551, 8:140, 8:619–8:621, 8:621

Sketches of the Naval History of the United States (T. Clark), 6:146, 6:165, 6:167, 6:167–6:168n, 6:206–6:207, 6:289

Sketches of the Principles of Government (N. Chipman), 7:628, 9:436

Sketches on Rotations of Crops, and other Rural Matters (Bordley), 2:82

A Sketch for the Improvement of the Political, Commercial, and Local Interests of Britain (Oddy and Playfair), 3:274, 3:275n

Sketch of a Plan and Method of Education (Neef), 4:661

"A Sketch of the Creek Country, in the years 1798 and 1799" (B. Hawkins), 9:121, 9:383–9:384, 9:384n, 9:453

A Sketch of the Internal Condition of the United States of America (Poletika), 3:190n

A Sketch of the Saxon Heptarchy (Caines), 3:522n

Skidmore’s Ferry

  • on route to Natural Bridge, 9:35

Skipwith, Anne Wayles (TJ’s sister-in-law; Henry Skipwith’s wife), 1:339n

Skipwith, Fulwar

  • commercial agent at Paris, 2:339n
  • as consul general at Paris, 1:26, 8:600, 8:600n, 8:607
  • and dispute with I. C. Barnet, 5:464n
  • as La. state senator, 8:295–8:296

Skipwith, Henry (TJ’s brother-in-law)

  • acquires land through marriage, 6:130
  • and J. Banister’s estate, 3:183, 3:210–3:211
  • and Gilliam v. Fleming, 1:304, 1:305, 1:306, 1:331, 1:339, 1:362, 1:363, 1:364–1:365, 2:369, 2:674–2:675, 3:44, 3:86
  • and O. Hanbury’s executors, 3:195
  • identified, 1:339n
  • letters from, 1:339, 3:183
  • letters to, 1:364–1:365, 2:335–2:336, 3:210–3:211
  • and W. Short’s land, 4:268, 4:274n
  • TJ sends millet seed to, 2:335
  • and trusteeship of P. Ludwell’s daughters, 7:329
  • as J. Wayles’s executor, 2:142n, 2:369, 2:540, 5:210, 5:287

Slate Mills (Culpeper, now Rappahannock Co., Va.), 3:184

Slaughter, Mr. See Slaydyen, Arther

Slaughter, Joseph

  • and C. L. Bankhead, 5:56–5:57
  • considered by TJ for employment, 8:496, 8:501
  • identified, 5:57n
  • leases Bedford Co. land, 2:237, 2:238n
  • letters from, 5:339
  • letters to, 5:56–5:57, 5:338, 6:488–6:489
  • mentioned, 3:392
  • surveys Bedford Co. land for TJ, 3:188n, 4:318n
  • surveys Poplar Forest curtilage, 5:482–5:483, 5:489, 8:70
  • surveys TJ’s Tomahawk plantation, 6:488, 6:488–6:489n
  • and TJ’s land dispute with S. Scott, 5:62, 5:338, 5:339
  • witnesses documents, 5:488n

slavery

  • and African colonization, 3:267–3:269, 3:318–3:320
  • books on, 1:33, 1:33n, 3:522n, 3:522n, 8:442, 8:450, 8:451n
  • dangers of, 4:337, 4:338n
  • Madame de Staël Holstein on, 9:326
  • P. S. Du Pont de Nemours on, 4:328, 4:444
  • and emancipation proposals, 7:503–7:504, 7:604, 7:702–7:704, 8:454–8:455
  • and miscegenation, 8:310–8:311, 8:374–8:375
  • opposition to, 8:364, 8:365n, 8:450, 8:451n
  • TJ on, 2:382, 4:157, 7:603–7:605, 7:651–7:652, 7:703, 8:311, 8:442, 8:454–8:455
  • TJ’s policies concerning, 2:158, 8:384n

slaves. See also slavery

  • of Bankheads, 8:395
  • C. Bellini’s, 9:113, 9:291, 9:293, 9:490, 9:491, 9:491, 9:491
  • blankets and beds for, 4:99, 4:382–4:383, 5:33, 5:34, 5:460–5:463, 6:308–6:309, 6:310, 7:71, 8:68, 8:71, 8:132, 8:158, 8:186, 8:186
  • J. C. Cabell’s, 8:317–8:318
  • J. Chamberlain’s, 4:15
  • and child labor, 5:31, 5:187, 5:446, 8:634, 8:635
  • Christmas travels permitted, 8:132
  • G. Churchman favors bettering condition of, 2:382
  • clothing for, 4:343, 4:515, 5:307, 5:446, 5:470, 6:308, 6:309, 6:310, 7:191, 8:68, 8:158, 8:185, 8:368, 8:380, 8:570, 9:303, 9:303, 9:562
  • clothing of, 1:420, 1:666–1:667, 7:187
  • E. Coles’s plan for emancipation of, 7:503–7:504, 7:603–7:605, 7:702–7:704
  • at College of William and Mary, 9:490
  • corn for, 6:181–6:182, 6:366, 6:605, 8:72, 8:158, 8:610, 8:611
  • cost of hire, 8:307
  • J. B. Couch’s, 1:346–1:348
  • and dogs, 4:349n
  • dwellings of, 1:388, 4:380, 5:489, 8:70, 8:71, 8:173–8:174, 8:185, 8:185–8:186, 8:265
  • enumeration of, 3:202, 8:392, 8:485
  • of J. W. Eppes, 1:156n, 1:321, 1:321n
  • families of, 3:180–3:181, 3:610–3:611n
  • flour for, 6:487, 8:610
  • and food preparation, 8:697
  • freed, 3:269n
  • fugitive, 2:443n, 3:319, 3:411–3:413, 3:612–3:613, 3:613n, 4:620, 5:5, 6:331
  • German Coast insurrection, 3:326, 3:326n, 3:344n
  • as gifts, 6:36
  • hats for, 7:71, 7:124
  • health of, 1:354, 1:416, 7:387, 8:636, 9:40, 9:238, 9:238n, 9:494, 9:505, 9:567
  • hired by TJ, 1:48n, 2:41, 2:661, 3:36–3:37, 3:55, 3:111–3:112, 3:250, 3:270, 3:283, 3:302, 3:529, 4:81, 4:142, 4:183, 4:217–4:218, 4:556, 6:306n, 6:314
  • hogs for, 8:72
  • holidays for, 8:158, 8:158n
  • A. von Humboldt on, 1:265, 1:267n, 1:267n
  • incarceration of W. Brown’s, 2:284
  • of R. Jefferson, 8:400, 8:400
  • T. Kosciuszko’s plan to emancipate and educate, 2:260, 2:261n
  • in Ky., 3:92, 3:242–3:243
  • and labor-saving devices, 7:83
  • Lafayette’s attempt to emancipate, 2:11
  • law prohibiting importation of, 1:624n
  • management of, 3:276, 8:173–8:174, 8:174
  • and H. Marks’s estate, 4:510, 4:511, 5:96, 7:518
  • master’s duty to, 4:157
  • medical treatment for, 3:196, 3:270, 3:283–3:284, 3:367–3:368, 4:9, 4:9, 4:381, 9:505, 9:567
  • and military service, 7:533, 7:534n
  • J. Mitchell’s, 2:262
  • at Monticello, 1:399, 8:234, 8:241
  • mortality of, 3:180–3:181
  • patriotism of, 7:533
  • J. Peyton sells, 3:186, 3:186
  • pork for, 8:184–8:185
  • pots for, 8:70–8:71, 8:186
  • prisoners of war compared to, 4:361–4:362
  • E. Randolph’s, 4:231–4:232n
  • T. M. Randolph’s, 8:609, 8:609n
  • requested by J. Dougherty, 1:321
  • salt for, 6:487, 7:124, 7:180
  • sifters for, 8:71
  • and skilled trades, 1:388
  • supplies for, 4:28, 5:489, 7:180, 7:181n
  • Tangier Island refuge for, 8:318, 8:318n
  • tavern charges for, 9:19, 9:19, 9:19, 9:19, 9:19, 9:20, 9:20, 9:21
  • taxes on, 7:708, 7:708, 8:63n, 8:255, 8:256, 8:392, 8:485, 9:51–9:52n, 9:430
  • and textile manufacturing, 5:268–5:269, 5:663, 7:240–7:241, 8:634, 8:635
  • TJ attempts to buy, 4:397
  • TJ buys, 2:403, 2:424–2:425, 2:464
  • TJ lists, 4:xliv, 4:384–4:386, 4:386–4:388, 8:60–8:62, 8:62n, 8:72, 8:72n, 8:255
  • TJ orders flogging of, 4:620
  • TJ sells, 2:217, 3:411–3:413, 3:513, 3:648, 4:620, 9:215–9:216
  • trained in French cooking, 1:162, 1:188, 1:189n
  • trained to spin, 6:214, 6:215, 6:282, 6:285–6:286, 6:363, 6:366
  • travels of, 7:71, 8:610, 9:494
  • vaccinated, 9:717–9:718, 9:718n
  • valuation of, 3:529
  • Va. statute regarding, 1:622, 1:624n
  • J. Wayles buys, 2:433
  • and work plans for Poplar Forest, 4:379–4:382, 5:31, 5:489–5:490, 5:545, 5:593, 8:610
  • wrestle, 9:567

slave trade

  • and Great Britain, 3:513–3:514
  • U.S. abolition of, 6:512
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:506
  • works on, 3:522n, 3:522n

Slaydyen, Arther

  • and H. Marks’s estate, 4:511, 5:18n, 5:73

Slaydyen, Lucy

  • and H. Marks’s estate, 5:18n, 5:73

Sloan, James

  • financial reverses of, 8:43, 8:104
  • political views of, 8:43, 8:104, 8:104n
  • supports relocation of U.S. capital, 8:104, 8:104n

Sloo, Thomas

  • as land-claims commissioner, 7:93–7:94, 7:94n

Slop von Cadenberg, Joseph Anton

  • Observationes siderum habitae Pisis in specula academica, 6:75, 6:84, 6:84n

Small, Abraham

  • The American Speaker, 7:331–7:332, 7:332n, 7:373–7:374, 7:374n, 7:378n, 7:630
  • and book prospectus, 3:296–3:297n
  • and domestic manufactures, 1:170–1:172
  • identified, 7:332n
  • letters from, 1:170–1:172, 7:331–7:332
  • letters to, 7:373–7:374
  • publishing firm, 1:18, 1:19n, 1:172n
  • seeks TJ’s advice, 7:331–7:332

Small, William

  • TJ’s mentor, 4:369, 8:200

smallpox

  • vaccinations, 1:300n, 2:88, 3:183n, 4:495, 9:78, 9:256, 9:717–9:718, 9:718n

Smart, Thomas, 3:151, 3:151n, 3:316, 3:546, 3:546, 3:546

Smilie (Smiley), John, 1:361

Smith, Dr.

  • and letter for J. L. Henderson, 7:345

Smith, Dr.

  • gives map to TJ, 9:689

Smith, Mr. (author)

  • work of on distilling, 8:388

Smith, Mr. (in Paris), 7:490

Smith, Mr. (of Richmond)

  • considered for appointment by TJ, 1:25

Smith, Abigail Adams (John Adams’s daughter; William Stephens Smith’s wife)

  • A. Adams on, 6:517
  • death of, 6:387–6:388, 6:388n
  • health of, 4:390, 4:391n, 4:486, 6:388, 6:516–6:517
  • recognizes TJ’s handwriting, 4:473

Smith, Adam

  • on bank in Hamburg, 6:649, 6:649n
  • economic theories of, 4:439, 4:440, 4:448, 5:577, 6:582–6:586, 8:168, 8:294
  • The Wealth of Nations, 2:592, 4:448, 5:52–5:53, 5:56n, 6:53, 6:497, 6:498n, 6:582–6:586, 6:593n, 6:593, 7:6, 7:6n, 7:176, 9:631
  • works of, 9:517, 9:543

Smith, Ann

  • academy in Lexington, Va., 1:367, 1:368n, 1:506, 1:507n, 3:155, 3:201

Smith, Bernard

  • identified, 3:511n
  • letters from, 3:510–3:511
  • letters to, 3:615
  • oration by, 3:510–3:511, 3:615

Smith, Caroline (John Adams’s granddaughter)

  • J. Adams on, 4:475
  • as J. Adams’s amanuensis, 6:627n
  • and mother’s death, 6:387, 6:388n

Smith, Clement

  • bank cashier, 9:587

Smith, Daniel

  • surveyor, 9:690, 9:690, 9:692n

Smith, Francis

  • letters from, 6:378
  • letters to, 6:413
  • and H. Marks’s estate, 5:428, 6:135, 6:378, 6:413

Smith, Gilbert H. (captain of Sampson), 1:210

Smith, Henry, 3:230

Smith, James E.

  • accused of corruption, 4:174n

Smith, James Edward, 1:164n, 1:437n, 3:263–3:264, 5:276

  • and botany, 9:337, 9:338n

Smith, J. H.

  • letters from, 4:661
  • seeks TJ’s opinion on education, 4:661

Smith, John (ca. 1580–1631)

  • The Generall Historie of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer Isles, 5:508–5:509

Smith, John (1750–1836)

  • and Chinese pigs, 4:109
  • family of, 7:204
  • identified, 1:586n
  • letters to, 1:585–1:586
  • R. Mills introduced to, 2:437, 2:438n
  • and oat-grass, 1:585–1:586
  • and Winchester newspaper, 2:120

Smith, John (1752–1816)

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

Smith, John (John Adams’s grandson)

  • J. Adams on, 4:475
  • and mother’s death, 6:387

Smith, John (of Albemarle Co.)

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

Smith, John (chief clerk of War Department)

  • and batture controversy, 2:426
  • and commission for H. A. S. Dearborn, 1:78, 1:280, 1:301
  • letters from accounted for, 1:571n
  • and Spring Hill School, 1:660

Smith, John (of England)

  • and E. Aram’s murder trial, 7:378, 7:378

Smith, John (senator from Ohio), 1:643n

Smith, John (of Tennessee)

  • and lead mines, 4:8

Smith, John Augustine

  • president of College of William and Mary, 8:317, 9:396, 9:396n, 9:396n, 9:435–9:436

Smith, John C.

  • as governor of Conn., 8:444n

Smith, John H.

  • Chesterfield Co. landowner, 8:146n

Smith, John Hill

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

Smith, John K.

  • and Lafayette’s land patents, 5:212–5:213, 5:215n

Smith, John M., 5:652

Smith, John Rhea

  • and American Philosophical Society, 1:572n, 4:167n

Smith, John Spear

  • as secretary of legation to Russia, 1:360–1:361, 1:378, 1:379, 1:385–1:386, 1:402, 2:466, 3:115–3:116

Smith, John Witherspoon

  • certifies documents, 2:443n, 2:444n, 5:85–5:86n, 5:86n, 5:86–5:87n

Smith, Jonathan

  • cashier of Bank of Pennsylvania, 4:18n, 4:488, 4:489n, 5:374, 5:381n, 6:546, 7:381, 7:381n
  • letters to accounted for, 1:408n, 3:284n, 4:18n, 5:381n

Smith, Jonathan Bayard Harrison, 3:76, 3:76n

Smith, Jordan

  • Chesterfield Co. landowner, 8:146n

Smith, Joseph Allen

  • and astronomical observations, 6:75, 6:84n

Smith, Joseph Emerson

  • and Bunker Hill Association, 2:504–2:505, 2:666
  • identified, 2:505n
  • letters from, 2:504–2:505
  • letters to, 2:666

Smith, Julia Harrison, 1:390, 1:397n, 1:434

Smith, Larkin

  • collector at Norfolk, 4:363, 4:364n
  • and garden seeds for TJ, 4:534, 4:559, 4:569
  • identified, 1:88n
  • letters from, 1:87–1:88, 1:108, 4:534
  • letters to, 1:136–1:137, 4:569
  • sends foreign intelligence, 1:108
  • thanks TJ, 1:87–1:88, 1:136–1:137
  • TJ on, 4:569

Smith, Louisa Catherine (John Adams’s niece)

  • as J. Adams’s amanuensis, 6:627n

Smith, Lucy Franklin Read Jones

  • identified, 6:127n
  • letters from, 6:126–6:127
  • letters to, 6:161–6:162
  • and son W. F. Jones, 6:126, 6:161–6:162

Smith, Margaret (Robert Smith’s wife), 1:340

Smith, Margaret Bayard (Samuel H. Smith’s wife)

  • describes TJ’s study, 2:xli
  • The Diversions of Sidney, 1:10n
  • on J. Dougherty, 1:3–1:4n
  • identified, 1:10n
  • invited to visit Monticello, 6:399
  • letters to, 1:29
  • Monticello visit described by, 1:386–1:401
  • preference for rural life, 6:399, 6:461
  • receives geranium from TJ, 1:29
  • sends greetings to TJ, 1:435, 3:76, 3:272, 6:428, 6:462, 8:524
  • TJ gives seeds to, 2:302n
  • TJ sends greetings to, 1:410, 6:399, 6:444, 7:681, 8:476
  • visits Monticello, 1:386–1:401, 1:410, 1:434–1:435, 2:670
  • A Winter in Washington: or, Memoirs of the Seymour Family, 1:10n, 1:397n

Smith, Munson

  • postmaster at Schaghticoke, N.Y., 4:588, 4:673

Smith, Peter

  • magnolia tree of, 7:122

Smith, Peter F.

  • Chesterfield Co. landowner, 8:146n

Smith, P. F.

  • buys TJ’s tobacco, 9:569

Smith, Robert. See also Smith family (of Baltimore)

  • and batture controversy, 2:427, 2:429, 2:439, 2:444n, 2:449, 2:450n, 2:452, 2:511, 2:568, 3:109, 3:248n, 3:316, 3:424
  • congratulates TJ, 1:345
  • declines mission to Russia, 3:519
  • dismissed as secretary of state, 3:567–3:568, 3:568, 3:574, 3:575n, 3:595, 3:600, 3:606, 3:608, 3:622–3:623, 3:638, 3:639n, 5:646–5:647, 5:684
  • and D. M. Erskine, 1:168, 1:170n, 1:409, 2:540n
  • identified, 1:340n
  • investigated by congressional committee, 1:361, 1:361–1:362n
  • and F. J. Jackson, 2:34–2:35n
  • and H. Lee’s medal, 2:104, 2:253
  • letters from, 1:345, 2:439, 2:449, 3:147, 3:260, 3:608
  • letters to, 1:340, 2:429, 3:109–3:110, 3:475–3:476, 3:595
  • opposes A. Gallatin, 1:340n, 1:598, 1:599n, 2:146, 2:177, 2:224, 2:225n, 2:235, 2:272, 2:430
  • Robert Smith’s Address to the People of the United States, 1:340n, 3:110n, 3:595, 3:608n, 4:21, 4:31, 4:109
  • secretary of state, 1:20, 1:38, 1:113, 1:155, 1:232, 1:335, 1:402, 1:464, 1:518, 1:518n, 1:626, 1:632, 1:643, 2:173, 2:174n, 2:419n, 2:463, 2:471n, 2:540n, 2:544, 2:665n, 3:61n, 3:260, 3:442, 3:475–3:476, 3:476–3:478, 3:543n, 3:602, 3:608, 3:615, 4:33n, 9:570, 9:574
  • secretary of the navy, 1:340, 1:649–1:650, 3:602, 3:604n
  • and W. Short’s diplomatic expenses, 1:232–1:233
  • TJ on, 2:272
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:624
  • and TJ’s statement on the batture case, 3:109–3:110, 3:118, 3:147, 3:152
  • TJ thanks, 1:340
  • and D. B. Warden, 3:260

Smith, Robert Nelson

  • carries package to TJ, 4:493, 4:499
  • identified, 4:500n
  • letter of introduction for, from T. W. Maury, 4:499

Smith, S., & Buchanan (mercantile firm), 1:361–1:362n, 5:646n

Smith, Samuel (historian)

  • The History of the Colony of Nova Caesaria, or New-Jersey, 1:581

Smith, Samuel (of Maryland). See also Smith family (of Baltimore)

  • and consular appointment, 8:597, 8:597n, 8:598, 8:617
  • H. Dearborn on, 3:553
  • family of, 5:659n
  • identified, 1:361n
  • introduces E. Bond, 5:524, 5:526n
  • and letter of introduction for son, 1:360–1:361, 1:377–1:378, 1:379, 1:385–1:386, 1:402
  • letters from, 1:360–1:362, 4:171, 8:598
  • letters to, 1:377–1:378, 1:402, 4:164, 8:617
  • as major general, 7:656n
  • mentioned, 2:466, 9:671
  • and reelection to Senate, 1:515–1:516
  • and sesame seed for TJ, 4:40
  • and R. Smith’s dismissal, 5:647, 5:648n
  • as U.S. senator, 1:232, 4:163, 4:164n, 4:171, 6:202, 6:241, 7:310–7:311, 7:312n
  • and D. B. Warden, 3:251, 3:260

Smith, Samuel (of Pennsylvania)

  • identified, 1:335n
  • letters from accounted for, 1:335n
  • letters to, 1:335–1:336
  • and Miss. Territory appointment, 5:493, 5:494n
  • and pardon of Lowrys, 1:335, 1:335n, 1:340, 1:345

Smith, Samuel (of Tennessee), 7:161

Smith, Samuel Harrison

  • and appointments, 6:399, 6:461
  • on British destruction in Washington, 8:13–8:14
  • as commissioner of the revenue, 6:365, 6:365n, 6:396, 6:399, 6:461, 7:679–7:680, 7:681, 7:681–7:683, 7:692–7:693, 7:699–7:700
  • editor of National Intelligencer, 1:349–1:350, 2:470, 2:471n, 6:505
  • family of, 1:10n
  • identified, 1:30n
  • invited to visit Monticello, 6:399, 8:476, 8:524
  • letters from, 1:72, 1:434–1:435, 3:76, 3:272, 6:428–6:429, 6:461–6:462, 8:13–8:15, 8:26, 8:36, 8:39–8:40, 8:214, 8:270, 8:333, 8:369, 8:524
  • letters from accounted for, 1:12n
  • letters to, 1:30, 1:410, 2:670–2:671, 6:399, 6:444, 7:xlv–7:xlvi, 7:434 (illus.), 7:681, 7:681–7:684, 8:22, 8:55–8:57, 8:213, 8:288–8:289, 8:476
  • on Napoleon, 8:524
  • and naval expansion, 6:429n, 6:444, 6:462
  • on New Orleans, 8:270
  • Oration pronounced by Samuel H. Smith, Esquire, 6:428, 6:429n, 6:444
  • on peace with Great Britain, 8:270
  • portrait of, 8:xlv, 8:272 (illus.)
  • prints circular for TJ, 1:30, 6:648
  • Remarks on Education, 1:30n
  • reports on weather, 8:214
  • retires from printing business, 3:76
  • and sale of TJ’s library to Congress, 7:xlv–7:xlvi, 7:679–7:680, 7:681, 7:681–7:683, 7:692–7:693, 7:699–7:700, 8:xlv, 8:14, 8:16, 8:22, 8:26, 8:36, 8:39–8:40, 8:54, 8:55–8:57, 8:59, 8:83, 8:213, 8:214, 8:270, 8:288–8:289, 8:369, 8:373, 8:428, 8:476, 8:524
  • sends papers to TJ, 3:272
  • supports internal improvements, 6:429n, 6:462
  • tax proposed by, 9:217
  • TJ’s account with, 2:670, 2:671n, 6:399, 6:461–6:462, 6:560, 6:648, 6:648n
  • and TJ’s Manual of Parliamentary Practice, 4:397, 4:401n, 4:430
  • transmits A. Fothergill pamphlet, 1:72
  • and transportation of TJ’s library, 8:270, 8:287, 8:287–8:288, 8:289, 8:333, 8:339
  • visits Monticello, 1:386–1:401, 1:410, 1:434–1:435

Smith, Sidney

  • Letters on The Subject of The Catholics, 2:161, 2:161n

Smith, Silas H.

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

Smith, Susan Harrison, 1:390, 1:397n, 1:434

Smith, Thomas

  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254
  • recommended for military appointment, 4:529

Smith, Thomas (ca. 1792–1865)

  • identified, 8:509n
  • introduced to TJ, 8:509
  • visits Monticello, 8:509

Smith, Thomas (of Tennessee)

  • militia service of, 7:161

Smith, Thomas Peters, 2:375, 2:377n

Smith, William (1711–87)

  • The History of the Peloponnesian War, Translated from the Greek of Thucydides, 1:580

Smith, William (1728–93)

  • The History of the Province of New-York, 1:581

Smith, William (John Adams’s grandson)

  • J. Adams on, 4:475

Smith, William (English politician)

  • and bill for relief of antitrinitarians, 6:500, 6:502n

Smith, William (of New York)

  • on conspiracy to kill TJ, 1:425–1:427
  • letters from, 1:425–1:428

Smith, William Loughton

  • citizenship of, 8:526, 8:528n
  • W. Duane on, 5:635, 5:636–5:637n

Smith, William Stephens

  • as farmer, 4:390, 4:391n
  • military talents of, 4:390, 4:486
  • removed from office, 1:578, 1:578n
  • and wife’s death, 6:387

Smith & Riddle (Richmond firm)

  • buys TJ’s flour, 9:708

Smithers (Smuthers; Smythers), Michael

  • and lost trunk, 1:348

Smith family (of Baltimore)

  • anti-administration activities of, 3:542, 3:550, 3:550n, 3:553

Smiths & Morrison (New Orleans firm)

  • and J. Peyton’s estate, 5:314, 5:350, 5:383

Smith T, John

  • and Burr conspiracy, 5:4, 5:4n

Smollett, Tobias George, 7:664

Smyth, Alexander

  • military appointments, 5:610, 5:610n
  • and Niagara Campaign, 5:410, 5:411n, 5:493, 5:532–5:545, 5:684, 5:685n, 6:172, 6:527
  • TJ on, 5:610

Smyth, David William

  • A Gazetteer of the Province of Upper Canada, 5:581, 5:582, 5:582n
  • Map of Upper Canada, 5:581, 5:582, 5:582n

Smyth, John B.

  • clerk for W. Duane, 9:439, 9:439n
  • letter from, 9:439

snakes

  • A Memoir concerning … Various Species of Serpents (B. S. Barton), 8:422, 8:422–8:423n
  • rattle, 1:660, 2:36, 4:536
  • remedy for bite, 1:57, 1:58n

snap beans, 3:501–3:502, 5:658, 6:44–6:45, 6:487

Snoddy, John, 5:81n

Snow, Gideon, 5:514

snowberry, 4:524, 4:525n, 5:382, 7:35

Snowden (R. Jefferson’s Buckingham Co. estate)

  • fire at, 9:489, 9:489–9:490n, 9:489–9:490n
  • harvest at, 8:564
  • TJ plans visit to, 6:132, 6:214, 6:285, 6:366, 6:487

snuff (prepared tobacco), 1:147–1:152

Snyder, Simon

  • governor of Pa., 1:213–1:214n, 3:563, 3:564n, 3:601, 4:160, 8:665, 9:482, 9:482n
  • potential Republican vice-presidential nominee, 9:563

soap, 3:202, 4:102

soapstone, 5:38, 5:38–5:39n, 5:39n, 5:109–5:110, 5:167–5:168

Società Italiana delle scienze, 6:468, 6:469n

Société d’agriculture du département de la Seine

  • books by, 1:35, 1:258, 1:259n
  • and cottonseed from TJ, 1:258, 1:259–1:260n, 1:596
  • members of, 4:319–4:320, 8:680
  • Mémoires, 1:35, 1:37, 1:258, 1:259n, 1:611–1:612, 1:629, 1:630n, 2:83, 2:83, 2:536
  • and moldboard plows, 1:252, 1:252n, 2:111, 2:312, 2:332, 7:492, 8:680
  • sends plow to TJ, 1:21n, 2:111, 2:312, 2:332

Société d’Encouragement pour l’Industrie Nationale, 5:612, 8:421

Société Philomathique de Paris

  • members of, 9:326n

Society for the Abolition of the Slave Trade, 3:269n

Society for the Promotion of Useful Arts in the State of New-York

  • and H. G. Spafford, 8:283, 8:283n
  • and Taurino cloth, 7:73n

Society of Antiquaries of London

  • transactions of, 5:513, 5:514–5:515n

Society of Artists of the United States. See also Columbian Society of Artists

  • constitution of, 2:437, 2:438n, 4:356
  • exhibition of, 3:625n, 5:114, 7:401, 7:443–7:444
  • identified, 4:357–4:358n
  • B. H. Latrobe speaks to, 3:624
  • and TJ, 2:438n, 4:355–4:358, 4:398–4:400, 4:407, 4:459–4:460, 4:644, 5:114, 5:166–5:167

Society of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce

  • transactions of, 5:513–5:514, 5:514–5:515n

Society of Friends. See Quakers

Society of United Irishmen, 1:141n, 1:465n

Socrates (Athenian philosopher), 6:299, 6:550, 6:551–6:552n

  • daemon of, 7:77
  • mentioned, 7:24
  • TJ on, 7:454

Socrates and Jesus Compared (Priestley), 6:204, 6:317, 6:318, 6:367

Sokolnicki, Michel, 2:39n

A Solemn Review of the Custom of War (N. Worcester), 9:105n, 9:410, 9:411n

A Solemn Warning To All Dwellers Upon the Earth (Hughes), 4:483, 4:484n, 5:12

Soler, Juan Pablo, 2:480n

Solis, Antonio de, 6:326, 6:326–6:327

Solomon (TJ’s slave; b. 1794)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:388
  • travels to Poplar Forest, 7:71

Solomon (TJ’s slave; b. 1814)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 8:62, 8:255

Solomon (king of Israel), 2:584, 6:520, 6:542, 6:563, 6:567n, 6:623, 7:23, 7:574

Solon

  • quoted by Destutt de Tracy, 4:608, 4:611n
  • quoted by P. S. Du Pont de Nemours, 9:613, 9:616n, 9:702, 9:702n
  • TJ quotes, 4:604, 4:605n

Some Cursory Observations on the Ordinary Construction of Wheel-Carriages (H. G. Spafford), 8:209, 8:211, 8:271, 8:271n, 8:273, 8:273, 8:280, 8:470, 8:471n

Some Memorandums, by which it is attempted to be shewn that An Improved Model may be adopted in the Construction of Ships (Tudor), 5:491, 5:491n

Somers, Charles M., 3:96

Someruelos, Salvador de Muro y Salazar, marqués de, 3:265

Somerville, John Southey, Lord

  • Observations on the influence of soil and climate upon wool (Bakewell), 1:479, 1:480n

Somner, William

  • glossary of, in Historiæ Anglicanæ Scriptores X (R. Twysden), 7:127
  • Vocabularium Anglo-Saxonicum, 6:406, 6:407n

Somnium Scipionis (Cicero), 7:627

Songster’s ordinary. See Sangster’s (Songster’s) ordinary (Fairfax Co.)

Sonnini de Manoncourt, Charles Nicolas Sigisbert

  • Travels in Upper and Lower Egypt, 7:389

Sonthonax, Léger Félicité, 1:515, 1:517n

Sophocles

  • authenticity of works of, 9:87
  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:659, 7:662

Sorbonne, 9:175, 9:176n, 9:346

Sorghum vulgare (bicolor)

  • grain grown by T. M. Randolph, 1:436–1:437n

Sorini, Dr.

  • family of, 9:674

Sorini, Carolina Volpe

  • and P. Mazzei’s will, 9:674

sorrel, 5:550–5:551

The Sorrows of Werter: A German Story (J. W. von Goethe), 9:84, 9:88n

Σουίδας. Suidæ Lexicon (ed. L. Küster), 8:581, 9:108

Soult, Nicolas Jean de Dieu

  • as French minister of war, 8:138, 8:139n
  • rejoins Napoleon, 8:452

Southall, Valentine Wood

  • as revenue collector, 9:511n

South America

  • W. Duane tours, 3:xlvi
  • and European powers, 9:89, 9:444–9:445
  • Indian antiquities of, 6:322–6:328
  • as market for U.S. goods, 9:426, 9:476n, 9:515
  • republics in, 8:503, 8:503, 8:508n, 9:231, 9:271, 9:327, 9:391, 9:611–9:612, 9:615–9:616n, 9:699, 9:702
  • sugar from, 9:57, 9:269, 9:272, 9:286, 9:318, 9:324
  • TJ on commerce with, 9:444–9:445
  • TJ on political organization of, 9:445, 9:699

South Carolina

  • colleges in, 8:352–8:353, 8:354n, 8:609–8:610, 8:610n
  • currency, 8:79
  • and domestic manufacturing, 4:343
  • Federalists in, 5:285, 5:393, 5:681
  • learned societies in, 6:179, 6:180n, 6:251, 6:376–6:377, 6:378n, 6:483, 6:561
  • legislature, 6:179
  • mammoth bones found in, 2:507
  • mountains in, 5:101
  • plants in, 8:21
  • Republicans in, 5:303, 5:329, 5:332, 5:355, 5:393, 6:317, 6:611, 6:636
  • sheep raising in, 2:218, 4:40
  • and support for War of 1812, 5:329–5:330n, 5:546–5:547, 5:547n
  • and U.S. foreign affairs, 4:342–4:343, 4:472

South Carolina College (later University of South Carolina)

  • catalogue of, 1:112
  • faculty at, 8:352–8:353, 8:353, 8:609–8:610
  • influence of clergy at, 8:609–8:610
  • president of, 8:353, 8:354n
  • rhetoric class at, 8:352–8:353, 8:354n

Southey, Robert

  • The Life of Nelson, 8:22, 8:23n, 8:671

South Sea bubble, 9:329, 9:331n, 9:353, 9:407, 9:561n

Southwest Mountains

  • altitude of, 9:316
  • and grape cultivation, 4:177

Southwest Mountain tract (Albemarle Co.)

  • dispute over ownership, 2:101–2:102, 2:103n, 2:114, 2:137–2:139, 2:206–2:208, 2:227, 2:228–2:229, 2:347, 2:362–2:363
  • J. Harvie pays TJ for, 4:555n, 8:96–8:97

Southwick, Solomon

  • and Albany Register, 5:319n, 5:354n

spades, 2:546, 2:546, 2:547, 2:548, 6:346

Spafford, Elizabeth Clark Hewitt (Horatio G. Spafford’s wife)

  • health of, 8:271
  • reports weather conditions, 8:106
  • sends greetings to TJ, 7:314
  • travels of, 7:275

Spafford, Horatio Gates

  • and boat and ship building, 9:555
  • apologizes to TJ, 7:264
  • collects minerals, ores, and fossils, 8:209, 8:209n
  • copyrights of, 7:273
  • editor of American Magazine, 8:470, 8:470, 8:470–8:471n, 8:488, 9:183, 9:184n, 9:297–9:298, 9:298n, 9:339, 9:340n, 9:344, 9:344n, 9:378
  • education of, 6:449
  • family of, 7:273, 7:275, 7:314, 8:271
  • and franking privilege, 6:449, 6:450n
  • A Gazetteer of the State of New-York, 2:144n, 6:352, 6:352–6:353n, 6:400, 6:400n, 6:449, 6:450, 6:450, 6:450n, 6:450n, 7:57, 7:169, 7:169n, 7:248, 7:264, 7:273, 8:209n, 8:416
  • General Geography, and Rudiments of Useful Knowledge, 1:105, 1:106n, 1:196–1:199, 2:143, 2:144n, 6:352
  • identified, 1:106n
  • inventions of, 7:274–7:275, 7:275, 7:275, 7:313–7:314, 7:322, 8:209, 8:209n, 8:211, 8:271, 8:271n, 8:273, 8:274n, 8:280–8:281, 8:281 (illus.), 8:350, 8:367, 8:369n, 8:414–8:416, 8:463, 8:470, 8:471n, 8:488
  • and iron and steel production, 9:339–9:340, 9:340n
  • on lawyers, 7:273
  • letters from, 1:105–1:106, 2:143–2:145, 3:112–3:114, 6:352–6:353, 6:449–6:450, 7:57–7:58, 7:169, 7:264, 7:273–7:276, 7:313–7:314, 7:668–7:669, 8:106–8:107, 8:208–8:209, 8:211, 8:271, 8:273–8:274, 8:282–8:283, 8:413–8:416, 8:470–8:471, 9:183–9:184, 9:194, 9:297–9:298, 9:339–9:340
  • letters to, 1:196–1:199, 6:400, 7:248–7:249, 7:322–7:323, 8:143, 8:280–8:281, 8:350, 8:488, 9:276, 9:343–9:344
  • and J. Madison, 6:450, 6:450n, 7:275, 7:313, 7:314n, 7:668–7:669, 7:669n, 8:106, 9:184, 9:194, 9:274, 9:276, 9:297, 9:298n, 9:344
  • national technology school proposed by, 9:297–9:298, 9:298n, 9:339, 9:344, 9:344n, 9:378
  • and patents, 7:274–7:275, 8:209, 8:209n, 8:271, 8:271n, 8:273, 8:274n, 8:350, 9:339–9:340, 9:340n
  • and proposed geographical department, 6:449
  • proposed history of N.Y. by, 6:352
  • proposed U.S. gazetteer by, 2:144n, 6:449, 6:450, 6:450n
  • proposed Va. gazetteer by, 9:344n
  • proposes biography of Count Rumford, 8:283
  • Quaker beliefs of, 7:669n
  • requests memento from TJ, 8:211
  • seeks appointment, 7:273–7:274, 7:313, 7:668–7:669, 9:184, 9:194, 9:274, 9:276
  • seeks financial assistance, 2:144–2:145n
  • seeks government patronage, 6:449, 6:449
  • and Society for the Promotion of Useful Arts in the State of New-York, 8:283, 8:283n
  • Some Cursory Observations on the Ordinary Construction of Wheel-Carriages, 8:209, 8:211, 8:271, 8:271n, 8:273, 8:273, 8:280, 8:470, 8:471n
  • and term limits, 7:273, 7:322
  • TJ abridges letter to, 9:344n, 9:378, 9:378–9:379, 9:381n, 9:381–9:383
  • TJ regrets canceled visit of, 8:143
  • TJ sends engraving to, 8:281
  • visits Washington, 7:275, 7:313, 7:313–7:314, 8:106, 8:106, 9:339
  • and War of 1812, 7:57–7:58, 7:273–7:274, 8:271, 8:283
  • and S. Williams, 8:282–8:283
  • wishes to visit TJ, 6:352, 6:352, 6:400, 7:274, 7:275, 7:275, 7:313, 7:313–7:314, 7:322, 8:106, 8:211

Spain. See also Bonaparte, Joseph, king of Spain; Charles IV, king of Spain; Ferdinand VII, king of Spain; Onís y González Vara López y Gómez, Luis de; Spanish language; Stoughton, Thomas, Spanish consul at N.Y.

  • American property seized in, 2:162, 2:162n, 2:342
  • aristocracy in, 7:327, 7:391–7:392
  • census in, 9:440, 9:441n
  • clergy of, 4:282–4:283, 7:390
  • climate of, 2:165–2:166
  • colonies of, 4:359, 7:50–7:51, 7:327–7:328, 7:392–7:394, 7:398n, 8:503, 8:503, 8:508n, 9:89, 9:150, 9:426, 9:444–9:445, 9:516, 9:611–9:612, 9:615–9:616n, 9:699
  • constitution of, 1:470–1:471, 1:577, 4:282, 7:291, 7:292n, 7:304, 7:326–7:327, 7:390–7:391, 7:398n, 7:451n, 7:476, 8:263, 8:340n, 9:701–9:702, 9:702n
  • Cortes of, 5:19–5:20, 5:21n, 7:390–7:394, 7:450, 9:701
  • edicts of, 3:175–3:176n
  • education in, 7:391, 9:701–9:702
  • and E. Fla., 4:284n, 4:665n, 9:516
  • electoral policy in, 7:327, 7:328n, 7:391–7:392
  • expedition against the Bahamas, 4:286, 4:286n
  • exploration of Northwest Coast, 1:447, 1:448
  • freedom of the press in, 7:391
  • Inquisition in, 7:220, 7:390–7:391, 8:490, 8:491n
  • and La., 3:281–3:282, 3:282–3:283, 9:478–9:480, 9:487–9:488n, 9:488n, 9:516, 9:518, 9:658n
  • laws of, 2:471, 2:678, 3:52–3:53, 3:71, 3:160–3:161, 3:175n, 4:282, 4:477, 4:643n
  • merino sheep and wool from, 1:16, 1:320, 2:3–2:4, 2:31–2:32, 2:165–2:166, 2:246, 2:480, 2:480n, 2:481, 2:667, 3:342–3:343, 3:343n, 5:198–5:199
  • Napoleonic policy in, 9:68
  • and partition of Poland, 9:345
  • politics in, 8:138, 8:339, 8:340n, 8:630
  • and raising of horses and sheep, 1:478
  • relations with Algiers, 9:17
  • relations with Austria, 9:347
  • relations with Great Britain, 2:275, 2:602, 4:337, 4:587, 7:20
  • relations with Prussia, 9:347
  • religion in, 7:327, 7:390–7:391
  • resists Napoleonic rule, 1:108, 1:160, 1:344, 2:7, 2:166, 2:233, 2:242, 2:246–2:247, 2:274, 2:275, 2:379–2:380, 4:56–4:57, 4:271, 6:359–6:360, 7:23n, 7:327, 9:346
  • and standards of weights, measures, and coinage, 4:222–4:223
  • status of Florida and Cuba, 1:154
  • Supreme Junta, 2:33, 2:35n, 2:246–2:247, 4:284n
  • taxes, 4:111
  • TJ on, 1:20, 7:50–7:51, 7:326–7:328, 7:390, 7:391, 7:392, 7:450, 8:540, 9:444–9:446, 9:701–9:702
  • and Treaty of Paris (1803), 3:256
  • and U.S., 1:632–1:633, 2:248, 7:50–7:51, 8:156–8:157n, 8:339, 8:540, 9:388–9:389, 9:390n, 9:391, 9:444–9:446, 9:516, 9:517n
  • U.S. consuls to, 8:601
  • and U.S. land claims, 1:635–1:636, 1:639, 1:641, 7:42–7:43, 9:585
  • U.S. minister to, 3:96
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:501, 4:502, 4:505–4:506, 4:507, 4:508
  • and W. Fla., 3:265, 3:282, 3:326, 3:327, 3:344, 3:601–3:603, 3:603–3:604n, 4:284n, 9:388–9:389

Spalding, Lyman

  • Bill of Mortality for Portsmouth, 3:373–3:374
  • identified, 3:374n
  • letters from, 3:373–3:374
  • letters from accounted for, 3:374n

Spanish language

  • grammar of, 8:630
  • letters in, from
    • V. de Foronda, 1:470–1:471, 1:604–1:606, 4:282–4:284, 5:19–5:21, 6:80–6:81
    • J. Yznardy, 1:410–1:411, 4:111–4:112
  • TJ on study of, 4:162–4:163, 9:608
  • works in, 1:556

Spargella, John Baptiste

  • and engravings for TJ, 8:209–8:210, 8:254
  • identified, 8:210n
  • letter from, 8:209–8:210
  • letter to, 8:254

Species Plantarum (K. L. Willdenow), 8:429, 8:430n

The Spectator, 7:665

specula, 9:76, 9:77n

Spedding, James

  • and water-raising machine, 8:196n

The Speech of Henry Brougham, Esq. before the House of Commons (Brougham), 1:35

Speech of His Excellency the Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (Gerry)

  • sent to TJ, 5:6, 5:7n

Speech of Julien Poydras, Esq. the Delegate of the Territory of Orleans, in support of the right of the public to the Batture (Poydras), 2:516, 2:518n, 2:658, 3:30, 3:483

The Speech of Samuel Chew, Esq (Chew), 4:152–4:153, 4:153n

Speech of W. G. D. Worthington, Esq. a Member of the General Assembly of Maryland … on Brent’s Resolutions (Worthington), 2:196, 2:251

Spelman, Edward, trans.

  • Cyrus’s Expedition into Persia, and the Retreat of the Ten Thousand Greeks (The Anabasis; Xenophon), 1:580
  • Opera Omni Graece et Latine, 1:580

Spelman, Sir Henry

  • Glossarium Archaiologicum, 7:127

Spence, William

  • Britain Independent of Commerce: or, Proofs, Deducted from an Investigation into the True Causes of the Wealth of Nations, 1:35

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

Spencer, Lieut., 2:534n

Spencer, Mr.

  • and Niagara Campaign, 5:541

Spenser, Edmund

  • English poet, 9:633

spermaceti oil, 1:31

Speyer, John

  • forwards letters to TJ, 5:451, 5:454, 6:281
  • identified, 5:454n
  • letters from, 5:454
  • U.S. consul, 6:147, 6:148n, 6:240, 6:281

spices

  • allspice, 1:45, 6:348
  • bird pepper, 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 pepper, 1:31, 1:45, 1:368, 2:109, 4:211, 4:211, 6:345, 6:348
  • cinnamon, 1:31, 1:44, 1:368, 2:109
  • cloves, 1:44, 2:109, 4:211
  • ginger root, 4:211, 4:212n
  • imported, 9:476n
  • mace, 1:368, 2:109, 4:211
  • nutmeg, 1:44, 1:368, 2:109, 6:343, 6:348
  • tabasco, 6:252

Spiers, Alexander, John Bowman, & Company. See Wilson, Thomas

Spiers & Company (Scottish firm). See Wilson, Thomas

spinach

  • at Poplar Forest, 5:489
  • seed, 5:384, 5:658

spinning billys, 4:426

spinning jennies, 1:313, 1:524–1:525, 1:591, 1:661, 4:143, 4:417, 4:418n, 4:426, 4:428, 4:637, 4:667, 5:202, 5:384, 5:446, 5:562–5:563, 6:132, 6:134, 6:203, 6:214, 6:214, 6:285, 6:285–6:286, 6:559, 6:559, 7:570, 7:593, 8:535, 8:605

spinning machines

  • of B. Allison, 8:547
  • of J. G. Baxter, 8:554
  • in cotton factories, 9:534
  • W. Cranch buys, 5:21–5:22, 5:22, 5:181, 5:182n
  • described, 4:417–4:418, 4:424–4:425, 4:425–4:426, 4:512–4:513, 4:571–4:572, 4:592, 5:187, 5:209, 5:241–5:242, 5:312, 7:558, 8:634–8:635
  • at Poplar Forest, 6:106, 6:107, 6:203
  • sent to TJ, 5:23, 5:24, 5:145, 5:181, 5:182n, 5:211
  • TJ on, 5:562–5:563, 7:13–7:14, 7:54, 7:88, 7:92, 7:406, 8:535, 8:605
  • TJ orders, 4:514, 4:544, 4:579–4:580, 4:588, 4:589, 4:591, 4:637, 4:666–4:667, 5:80, 5:92, 5:131–5:132, 5:134, 5:141, 5:142–5:143, 5:148, 5:175, 5:201–5:202, 5:220, 5:316, 6:559

spinning wheels, 4:362, 4:380, 4:417, 4:425

Spinoza, Baruch

  • writings of, 8:4

spirit level

  • instructions for use of, 9:205
  • made by F. R. Hassler, 9:205
  • for U.S. Coast Survey, 9:222, 9:222, 9:222, 9:224, 9:225
  • use of, 9:76

spirit of hartshorn. See ammonia (spirit of hartshorn)

Spirit of Laws. See Esprit des Lois (Montesquieu)

Spirit of ’Seventy-Six (Richmond newspaper), 1:93

spirits (alcohol), 6:347, 6:501, 7:180

Spitzenburg apple, 3:448, 3:448n, 3:455

spoons, 4:231–4:232n

spotted fever. See typhus

Sprague, Joseph

  • and meeting of Essex Co. Republicans, 1:86n

Spreafico, Amant

  • and consulship for V. A. Sasserno, 9:472, 9:570, 9:573
  • letters from, to S. Cathalan, 9:471–9:473, 9:573–9:574
  • and Sasserno family, 9:470, 9:471, 9:472
  • and wine for TJ, 9:470, 9:471–9:472, 9:570

Sprigg, Osborn

  • identified, 3:651n
  • letters from, 3:651
  • recommends C. Shekell, 3:651
  • sheep of, 2:380

Sprigg, William, 2:443n

Spring, Samuel

  • Two Sermons, Addressed to the Second Congregational Society in Newburyport, 1:138

Spring Hill School (Indian training school, Mich. Terr.), 1:7, 1:660–1:662, 2:55–2:57, 2:58n, 3:369–3:370, 3:543, 3:543n

springs. See also Warm Springs (Bath Co.)

  • salt, 3:333
  • sweet, 3:295
  • therapeutic, 1:192, 1:451, 3:162, 4:107, 8:563, 8:628, 8:688–8:689
  • visitors to, 9:120–9:121
  • warm, 1:192

Sproull (Sproule, Sprowl), John

  • and Niagara Campaign, 5:535

Squanci, Natale

  • and death record of P. Mazzei, 9:673n

squash (vegetable), 1:170, 5:658, 6:487, 9:262–9:263

Squire (R. Jefferson’s slave), 2:60, 5:653, 6:282, 6:285, 6:363, 6:363, 8:257, 8:258, 8:258, 8:272, 8:272, 8:400, 8:636

squirrel, 4:536

stable

  • brooms, 1:3
  • insurance for, 1:317–1:318
  • padlocks for, 1:303

Stadler, John

  • attempts to secure land grant, 2:87, 2:88n, 2:133

Staël Holstein, Anne Louise Germaine Necker, baronne de

  • on acquisition of language, 7:660
  • An Appeal to the Nations of Europe against the Continental System, 6:513, 6:514n
  • conveyance of TJ’s letter to, 8:583, 9:429
  • Corinne ou l’Italie, 1:35, 1:35
  • correspondence of, 5:454, 6:147–6:148, 6:240, 6:281
  • De l’Allemagne, 9:84, 9:88n
  • and European affairs, 5:449–5:451, 6:140–6:145, 9:326, 9:326
  • family of, 9:327, 9:377
  • identified, 5:452–5:453n
  • and Lafayette, 7:541
  • letter from accounted for, 9:328n
  • letters from, 5:449–5:453, 9:326–9:328
  • letters to, 6:140–6:145, 8:576–8:577
  • returns to France, 8:577
  • on slavery, 9:326
  • and War of 1812, 9:326, 9:328n

Staël Holstein, Auguste Louis, baron de

  • proposed U.S. visit of, 9:327

Stahl, George Ernst

  • physician and chemist, 9:633

Stake, John

  • Revolutionary War service of, 4:623, 4:624n

Stake, John S.

  • identified, 4:624n
  • letters from, 4:623–4:624
  • seeks military appointment, 4:623

Stam, Jacob Frederick, 5:512–5:513

Stamford. See Stanford, Sir William

Stamp Act (1765)

  • resolutions opposing, 4:599–4:600, 7:493, 7:494–7:495, 7:496–7:497, 7:544–7:545, 7:546–7:547, 7:549, 7:550–7:551n, 8:619, 8:620n, 8:621, 8:621–8:622, 8:622–8:623n, 8:641–8:642, 8:645n

Stamp Act Crisis

  • authorship of the Virginia Resolves, 8:619, 8:642
  • memorials and petitions in response to, 8:641–8:642, 8:642, 8:645n, 8:645–8:646n
  • Rhode Island Resolves, 8:619, 8:621–8:623

Stanard, B. (militia officer), 7:600

Stanard, John, 5:539

Standard of Union (New York newspaper), 6:339, 6:340n, 6:340n, 6:400, 6:401n

Standish, Myles, 5:512

Stanford, Sir William

  • Les Plees del Coron, 3:546

Stanhope, Charles, 3d Earl

  • fireproofing method of, 5:308–5:309n

Stanhope, Philip Dormer, 4th Earl of Chesterfield

  • The Economy of Human Life, 3:50n
  • quoted by B. Rush, 1:184

Stanislaw II, king of Poland

  • and P. Mazzei, 9:115, 9:669, 9:673n, 9:673

Stanley, Thomas

  • The History of Philosophy, 1:580

Stannard (TJ’s slave; b. 1809)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:388
  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:718

Stansbury, Abraham Ogier

  • identified, 8:191n
  • letter from, 8:187–8:192
  • religious beliefs of, 8:187–8:191
  • and TJ’s religious beliefs, 8:187, 8:190–8:191

Stansbury, Tobias

  • U.S. general, 8:155

Staphorst, N. & J. & R. van

  • identified, 9:581n
  • TJ’s Account with, 9:580–9:581
  • TJ’s debt to, 9:579–9:580, 9:580–9:581, 9:644, 9:662–9:663, 9:679–9:680

Staples, John

  • identified, 5:93–5:94n
  • letters to, 5:93–5:94, 7:154, 7:346–7:347
  • makes castings for TJ, 5:93, 5:94n, 7:346–7:347, 7:517
  • as patent agent, 7:154, 7:155
  • and plow moldboards for TJ, 7:552n

Staples Mill, 5:93n

Staps, Frederick, 2:7, 2:9n

Star (brig), 9:572

star jasmine, 1:631–1:632

Stark, Mr.

  • mentioned, 6:343

Stark, John

  • Revolutionary War officer, 7:87

Starke, Mrs. (boardinghouse keeper in Richmond), 1:670

Starke, James

  • and 1810 census, 3:202

star madreporite, 2:299

Staszic, Stanislaw, 3:62n

State Department, U.S. See also Graham, John; Smith, Robert

  • and batture controversy, 2:427, 2:429, 2:435, 2:439, 2:439–2:446, 2:449, 2:449–2:451, 2:452, 2:516, 2:568, 3:482, 3:483–3:488, 4:595, 5:84–5:85, 5:85–5:87n
  • books of, 3:638
  • “Chronological Series of Facts relative to Louisiana,” 3:281, 3:282–3:283, 3:292, 3:297, 3:327, 3:328n, 9:487, 9:488n, 9:518
  • clerical salaries at, 8:115
  • clerks at, 1:15n, 3:260, 8:495–8:496
  • forwards letters, 2:256, 2:536, 2:544, 3:424, 3:615, 3:627, 4:19, 4:99, 4:462, 4:668, 7:222, 8:361, 8:363, 8:488, 8:495–8:496, 8:584, 8:589
  • and La. boundaries, 3:281, 3:282–3:283, 9:445–9:446, 9:487, 9:488n, 9:516, 9:518, 9:658, 9:658–9:659n
  • letter of credence for W. Short, 1:328, 1:343–1:344, 1:359, 1:658, 1:659n
  • papers of, 7:701, 7:702, 8:630
  • and patents, 2:665n, 8:408, 8:408n, 9:592, 9:593n
  • receives books for TJ, 4:586
  • receives packet for TJ, 1:408

Statement of Facts in the Batture Case (Thomas Jefferson), 3:270–3:271, 3:290, 3:481–3:483, 3:483–3:488, 3:489–3:499

A Statement of the Accounts of the United States (R. Morris), 9:237, 9:238n, 9:531, 9:544

statement on the batture case (Thomas Jefferson). See also The Proceedings of the Government of the United States, in maintaining the Public Right to the Beach of the Missisipi (Thomas Jefferson)

  • composition of, 2:657, 3:47, 3:47–3:49, 3:498n, 4:xliii–4:xliv, 4:291
  • copies of returned to TJ, 2:532, 2:675–2:677, 3:68–3:69, 3:70–3:73, 3:123–3:125, 3:130–3:135, 3:152–3:153, 3:290, 3:317, 4:466, 4:482, 4:492–4:493, 4:567–4:568
  • map for, 4:xliv
  • publication of encouraged, 3:326, 4:311, 4:393–4:394
  • sent to congressmen, 3:203–3:204, 3:254
  • sent to TJ’s attorneys, 2:545, 2:659–2:660, 3:42–3:43, 3:152–3:153, 3:201, 3:203
  • sent to TJ’s cabinet members, 2:568–2:569, 2:678–2:679, 3:30–3:32, 3:109–3:110, 3:147, 3:176n
  • TJ publishes, 4:367–4:368, 4:431, 4:477–4:478, 4:485, 4:520 , 4:521–4:522

Statements and Remarks, addressed to Thomas Newton … on the subject of Agriculture, Ma[n]ufactures, and Commerce (I. Briggs), 9:476, 9:476n, 9:515

State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States (J. Savage)

  • and presidential messages to Congress, 8:156, 8:157n
  • prospectus for, 7:644, 7:645–7:646n, 7:701–7:702
  • published by T. B. Wait & Sons, 7:646n
  • sent to TJ, 8:156, 8:252

Statical Essays: containing Vegetable Staticks (Hales), 2:82

statics

  • study of, 7:638, 7:639

stationery

  • letter paper, 1:332, 1:347, 1:347, 1:384, 1:489, 6:343, 6:346, 6:346, 8:xlv–8:xlvi, 8:514, 8:628, 8:672, 8:673n
  • made from mulberry bark, 2:404n
  • of J. B. Moussier, 1:380 (illus.)
  • of A. F. Silvestre, 1:380 (illus.)

The Statistical Breviary (W. Playfair), 9:60

Statistique élémentaire de la France (J. Peuchet), 4:325–4:326, 4:326n, 5:436, 7:90

The Statutes at Large (English, 1706), 3:546

The Statutes at Large (W. W. Hening)

  • publication of, 1:158–1:159n, 1:333–1:334, 1:489, 1:619–1:620, 3:169n, 5:254n, 5:278, 6:413, 7:190, 7:292, 7:292n, 8:175, 8:231, 8:330, 8:348–8:349, 8:349, 8:349n, 8:398
  • sent to TJ, 6:413
  • sources for, 7:228, 8:329–8:330, 8:348–8:349, 8:379, 8:398–8:400, 8:418–8:419, 8:424–8:425, 8:439–8:440, 8:474, 8:475n, 9:107, 9:237, 9:318
  • TJ cites, 5:135, 5:137n, 5:253, 5:254n
  • TJ endorses, 2:30, 2:50
  • TJ orders, 6:122, 6:374

Staunton, Va.

  • during Revolutionary War, 8:431, 8:431n
  • potential location for state capital, 9:399, 9:506
  • potential location for state university, 9:399, 9:506

steamboats

  • and circular inclined plane, 1:646–1:649
  • Enterprise, 9:89, 9:89n
  • list of N.Y., 4:199–4:200, 4:235
  • report on, 7:68, 7:68n
  • Thames, 9:134, 9:135n
  • for U.S. river navigation, 7:56–7:57, 7:113n, 8:591
  • in Va., 9:234n, 9:234n

steam engine, 1:648–1:649, 7:113n, 7:558, 8:81, 8:82n, 9:138–9:139, 9:140, 9:141–9:143, 9:302–9:303, 9:462–9:463

Stedman, Ebenezer

  • identified, 2:352n
  • letters from, 2:352
  • sends opposition material to TJ, 2:352

Steed, Robert E.

  • grocer, 9:324, 9:324

steel

  • blistered, 6:344, 6:345, 6:348, 9:339
  • cast, 9:339–9:340, 9:340n
  • engraving on, 7:559
  • eyeglass frames, 8:192n
  • German, 6:344, 6:346, 9:339
  • purchased by TJ, 7:180
  • tempering of, 8:546–8:547

Steele, John

  • collector at Philadelphia, 9:569, 9:573n
  • forwards seeds to TJ, 2:506
  • identified, 2:506–2:507n
  • letters from, 2:506–2:507
  • and TJ’s plan for militia, 7:678

Steevens, George

  • and edition of W. Shakespeare, 1:412n

Stelle, Pontius D.

  • caters dinner for workmen, 5:205, 5:207n, 5:239n

Stephani (Stepani). See Estienne, Henri (Stepani; Stephani)

Stephen (hired hand)

  • as T. M. Randolph’s employee, 8:173, 8:173, 8:257–8:258, 8:272

Stephen (TJ’s slave; b. 1794)

  • hat for, 7:124
  • laborer, 8:185
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:385, 5:461, 6:309, 8:61, 8:255

Stephen, James, 3:79, 3:79n

Stephens, Alexander

  • The History of the Wars which arose out of the French Revolution, 7:664

Stephens, Lewis F.

  • and E. Henderson’s deposition, 9:52–9:54, 9:63, 9:443
  • identified, 9:54n

Stephensburg Academy (Frederick Co.)

  • request for donation to, 1:566–1:567, 2:147, 2:148n

Stephenson, Clotworthy

  • claim on U.S. by, 1:601, 1:649–1:650
  • identified, 1:601n
  • letters from, 1:601
  • letters to, 1:649–1:650

Stephenson, Samuel Martin

  • and fiorin grass, 3:339–3:340, 4:187, 4:364, 5:553, 5:553n
  • “The History of the Linen Manufacture,” 3:280n, 3:309, 3:309n
  • identified, 4:187–4:188n
  • letters from, 4:187–4:188

Steptoe, James

  • clerk of Bedford Co., 3:188, 3:374, 4:318n, 5:32, 5:32–5:33, 5:229, 5:361, 5:361n, 5:488n
  • identified, 2:6–2:7n
  • invited to dinner, 4:86
  • and Ivy Creek tract, 2:6, 5:34–5:35
  • letters to, 2:6–2:7, 2:79–2:80, 5:342–5:343
  • letter to from J. C. Steptoe, 5:62–5:63
  • TJ introduces T. M. Randolph to, 2:79–2:80
  • and TJ’s land dispute with S. Scott, 5:62–5:63, 5:63n, 5:342–5:343

Steptoe, James Callaway

  • identified, 5:63n
  • letter from to J. Steptoe, 5:62–5:63
  • and TJ’s land dispute with S. Scott, 5:62–5:63, 5:63n

Steptoe, William

  • account with TJ, 7:387–7:388, 9:40, 9:51
  • as doctor, 4:381, 7:387, 9:40, 9:238, 9:505
  • identified, 7:388n
  • letters to, 9:26, 9:238
  • lumber for, 8:695
  • TJ invites to dine, 9:26

Sterne, Laurence

  • allusions to, 4:85
  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:665
  • The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman, 6:616
  • A Sentimental Journey through France and Italy, 4:85n
  • Sermons by The late Rev. Mr. Sterne, 8:388
  • TJ recommends sermons of, 7:627

Sternhold, Thomas

  • as translator of Psalms, 6:550, 6:552n

Stetson, Benjamin

  • purchases TJ’s tobacco, 8:492

Steuart, Mr. See Stewart, Dugald

Steuben, Friedrich Wilhelm von

  • biography of, 9:183, 9:298

Stevens, Alexander Hodgdon

  • forwards works to TJ, 6:45, 6:372, 6:445, 7:90
  • identified, 6:373n
  • letters from, 6:372–6:373
  • letters to, 6:445

Stevens, Edward

  • Revolutionary War papers of, 4:468
  • as Va. legislator, 7:549

Stevens, John

  • agent of V. Murray, 9:215n
  • visits Monticello, 9:215n

Stevens, W.

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

Stevens, William

  • TJ pays, 7:459, 7:460n

Stevenson, Mr., 1:79

Stevenson, Andrew

  • gubernatorial prospects of, 8:47
  • and meeting of Richmond citizens, 1:611n

Stevenson, Elizabeth Goodwin (George P. Stevenson’s wife)

  • plans visit to Monticello, 5:404
  • sends greetings to TJ, 8:452

Stevenson, George Pitt

  • family of, 8:477
  • forwards letters for TJ, 9:454n, 9:456n, 9:469
  • and gypsum for TJ, 2:205, 2:205n, 2:226
  • identified, 5:659n
  • letters from, 5:659, 8:452, 8:659–8:660, 9:469
  • letters to, 8:476–8:477
  • letter to accounted for, 9:454n
  • merchant, 9:412, 9:415
  • plans visit to Monticello, 5:404
  • and recommendations for D. C. Terrell, 9:413, 9:481
  • relays latest information to TJ, 5:659, 8:452, 8:659–8:660

Stevenson, Hetty Smith. See Carr, Hetty Smith Stevenson (Peter Carr’s wife)

Stewart, Adam

  • saws of, 9:592–9:593, 9:593n

Stewart, Alexander

  • identified, 5:38n
  • recommended by C. Price, 5:36–5:37
  • seeks consular appointment, 5:36–5:37, 5:81

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

Stewart, Charles

  • identified, 9:566n
  • prepares accounts for J. Leitch, 9:565–9:566, 9:597, 9:656

Stewart, Dugald

  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:662, 7:667
  • criticizes D. Hartley, 3:277–3:278
  • Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind, 1:576, 7:627, 8:118, 8:472, 8:672, 8:673n, 9:543

Stewart, John

  • described as a pedestrian, 4:689
  • letters from accounted for, 4:689

Stewart, William

  • blacksmith at Monticello, 1:419, 1:419n

Sthreshly, Robert B.

  • and Albemarle Academy, 7:267, 7:282, 7:293, 7:335, 7:570
  • identified, 6:554n
  • letter from to E. Bacon, 6:554
  • property of, 8:394, 8:398, 9:554, 9:554n
  • sells corn to TJ, 6:554, 6:554n, 7:290, 7:291n
  • and W. Short’s land, 4:59–4:60, 4:61n, 4:675
  • TJ purchases guitar from, 9:xliv, 9:554n
  • visits Monticello, 4:675

stibnite (antimony sulfide), 6:230

stills

  • R. Gillespie invents, 7:509

Stith, Elizabeth, 1:68n

Stith, Judith Randolph, 3:433n

Stith, Mary

  • identified, 3:433n
  • letters from, 3:458
  • letters to, 3:432–3:433
  • and Limestone Survey tract, 3:432–3:433, 3:433n, 3:458, 8:393n
  • TJ’s childhood friend, 3:433, 3:458

Stith, Richard

  • as Campbell Co. surveyor, 5:49, 5:63, 5:87, 5:87n, 5:88, 5:88n, 5:162, 5:229, 5:229, 5:230–5:231, 5:231–5:234, 5:235–5:236n, 5:287–5:288, 5:340, 5:361, 5:361n
  • identified, 5:162n
  • and Ivy Creek tract, 1:670–1:671, 2:6, 2:97, 2:97n, 2:232, 2:232n, 2:322, 2:327, 4:308, 4:682, 5:32, 5:33, 5:33n, 5:34–5:35, 5:35n, 5:39–5:40, 5:40–5:41, 5:41n, 5:89, 5:89–5:90n, 5:90–5:91, 5:128–5:129, 5:161–5:162, 5:210, 5:287, 5:287–5:288
  • Receipt for John Wayles’s Land Purchase, 5:162–5:163
  • and TJ’s land dispute with S. Scott, 5:342–5:343

Stith, William

  • buys lot in Westham, 8:171n
  • The History of the First Discovery and Settlement of Virginia, 5:508–5:509
  • and limestone survey, 3:432, 3:433

Stith tract (Bedford Co.), 1:670–1:671

Stockdale, John

  • publisher of Notes on the State of Virginia, 1:588, 9:336n

stockings, 3:202, 6:344, 6:346, 6:349n

Stoddard, Amos

  • identified, 3:291n
  • letters to, 3:291–3:292
  • Sketches, Historical and Descriptive of Louisiana, 3:291, 3:291–3:292n, 5:683n, 6:39

Stoddert. See Stoddard, Amos

Stoici Philosophi Encheiridion item (Epictetus), 1:576

Stone, David

  • as U.S. senator, 6:241

Stone, William J.

  • and Fluvanna Co. land, 3:179, 3:211, 5:15–5:16, 5:97
  • identified, 3:179n
  • letters from, 3:179, 5:15–5:16
  • letters to, 3:211, 5:97

Storia Antica del Messico (F. S. Clavigero), 1:196, 1:198n, 7:664

Storia della guerra dell’ Independenza degli Stati Uniti d’America (C. G. G. Botta), 2:161–2:162, 2:529, 2:536, 3:41, 3:41n, 3:98, 7:616, 7:617n, 8:626, 8:626n, 8:657, 9:207, 9:343

Storm, Garrit

  • identified, 9:504n
  • letter from, 9:503–9:504
  • letter to, 9:531
  • seeks information about A. Quarrier, 9:503–9:504, 9:531

Story, Joseph

  • and repeal of Embargo Act, 2:533, 2:534n, 2:537, 3:28
  • and Supreme Court appointment, 3:126, 3:166, 3:178
  • and TJ’s batture pamphlet, 5:163

Stoughton, Thomas, Spanish consul at N.Y., 1:578, 1:578n, 1:604

Stout, Isaiah, 1:462, 1:572n

Stout, John

  • identified, 1:572n
  • letters from, 1:572
  • TJ loans books to, 1:572
  • witnesses conveyance, 1:462

stoves

  • brick, 6:56
  • Russian, 6:56
  • stew, 1:122, 3:530
  • stone, 5:38, 5:38–5:39n, 5:109–5:110, 5:167–5:170, 5:588–5:590, 5:673–5:674, 5:674–5:675, 6:56, 7:361–7:363
  • Swedish, 1:122n, 3:609, 4:191–4:192, 4:215–4:216, 4:232–4:233, 4:560, 6:56

Stovin, George

  • and E. Aram’s murder trial, 7:376

Strachan, John

  • and British outrages in U.S., 8:214–8:215, 8:216, 8:217, 8:217–8:219
  • identified, 8:226–8:227n
  • letter from, 8:214–8:228
  • and prisoners of war, 8:218–8:221
  • and sale of TJ’s library, 8:214, 8:224–8:225
  • and U.S. atrocities against southern Indians, 8:222–8:224
  • and U.S. atrocities in Canada, 8:214–8:215, 8:215–8:218, 8:219, 8:221, 8:222, 8:224, 8:225–8:226

Strahan, William, trans.

  • Les Lois civiles dans leur ordre naturel, 3:160, 3:175n, 3:176n, 3:546

Strange, John

  • Reports of Adjudged Cases in the Courts of Chancery, King’s Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer, 3:134, 3:135n, 3:152, 7:147–7:148, 7:148, 7:148

The Stranger (Kotzebue; trans. Papendick), 3:633n

straw, 2:371, 3:65, 3:171, 6:486–6:487, 8:69–8:70, 8:158, 8:367, 8:459

strawberries

  • Alpine, 2:481, 2:482n, 2:543, 3:353, 4:34, 4:561, 4:562
  • Chili, 2:140, 3:545, 4:497, 4:498n, 4:498n, 4:523
  • as crop, 8:305
  • Hudson, 2:140, 3:439, 3:545, 4:497, 4:498n, 4:498n, 4:523, 4:561, 5:382, 9:563
  • P. Mazzei sends seeds, 3:377, 4:34
  • C. W. Peale cultivates, 4:139
  • at Poplar Forest, 5:31, 9:563
  • white, 3:353

straw wine, 9:209, 9:212n

Strickland, Sir William, 1:21n, 4:33, 9:134

Strode, John

  • family of, 6:290
  • identified, 2:384n
  • letters from, 2:383–2:384, 6:229–6:230, 6:301
  • letters to, 6:292
  • poverty of, 6:229, 6:230n, 6:288, 6:290, 6:292, 6:336
  • and public appointment, 6:229, 6:230n, 6:288–6:289, 6:290, 6:292, 6:301, 6:301, 6:336
  • recommends J. McKinney, 2:383, 5:586
  • and Slate Mills, 3:184

strokes, 9:98

Strong, Caleb

  • governor of Mass., 6:599, 6:599n, 6:625, 6:627n, 7:129, 8:358, 8:444n, 9:4, 9:150, 9:151n, 9:249, 9:250n, 9:256

Stroud, James, 6:453, 6:454, 6:454n

Stroud, Samuel, 6:453, 6:454n

Struve, Burkhard Gotthelf

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

Stuart, Archibald

  • and P. Derieux, 3:295, 3:481, 3:511, 3:575–3:576
  • identified, 2:93–2:94n
  • and Jefferson v. Michie, 6:153, 6:182, 6:215, 6:216n, 6:554, 6:555, 6:573
  • letters from, 2:93–2:94, 3:511, 4:194
  • letters from accounted for, 4:157n
  • letters to, 3:295, 3:481, 4:77–4:79, 4:156–4:157, 4:236–4:237
  • recommends J. Warrell, 2:93
  • sends butter to TJ, 4:194, 4:236
  • sends oat seed to TJ, 1:585, 2:93
  • and timothy seed for TJ, 4:77, 4:156, 4:236
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:625
  • TJ’s cloth forwarded to, 7:460

Stuart, Sir Charles

  • and M. Ney’s clemency plea, 9:393n

Stuart, Eleanor Briscoe (Archibald Stuart’s wife)

  • and butter for TJ, 4:236

Stuart, Gilbert

  • artistic career of, 4:xlvi
  • friendship with J. Winthrop, 8:389
  • identified, 7:526–7:527n
  • B. H. Latrobe’s opinion of, 3:625
  • letters to, 7:525–7:527
  • “Medallion” profile of TJ by, 6:148, 6:149n, 7:525–7:526, 7:527n, 8:136, 8:137n, 8:195, 8:281, 9:592, 9:593n
  • portrait of J. Adams by, 4:xlvi, 4:370 (illus.)
  • portrait of J. Jay by, 9:461n
  • portrait of J. Madison by, 7:295, 8:9n, 8:389
  • portrait of G. Washington by, 9:352n
  • portraits of TJ by, 6:148, 6:149n, 7:296, 7:303, 7:341, 7:342n, 7:429, 7:497–7:498, 7:522, 7:525–7:526, 7:527n, 7:562, 8:8, 8:8n, 8:34, 8:389, 8:435, 9:351–9:352, 9:405
  • TJ on, 7:526, 8:435

Stuart, Robert

  • journal of, 6:557, 6:558n, 6:603, 6:603n

stucco, 1:195–1:196

Stukeley, William

  • and E. Aram’s murder trial, 7:376

sturgeon, 5:601–5:602, 5:604–5:605

Sturtevant, Earl

  • forwards inkstand to TJ, 5:38, 5:39n, 5:109, 5:111
  • identified, 5:39n
  • letters from, 5:38–5:39
  • letters to, 5:111

Styles, A.

  • witnesses document, 8:346

stylograph, 1:182n, 2:xlii, 2:380 (illus.)

Stypmann, Franz

  • Scriptorum de Jure Nautico et Maritimo Fasciculus, 8:387, 8:387–8:388n

submarines

  • invented by D. Bushnell, 6:206, 6:207n, 6:314n, 7:513n, 7:621, 7:621n, 9:628n

subscriptions, for publications. See also books

  • art, 6:571, 6:571n
  • atlases, 3:552, 3:552n, 3:578
  • Bibles, 2:321, 2:321–2:322n, 2:337, 2:349, 5:654–5:655n, 5:662
  • biographies, 5:372n, 5:492, 5:492n, 5:545
  • Declaration of Independence, 5:631–5:632, 5:632–5:633n, 5:643, 5:644n
  • dictionaries, 3:97, 3:98n, 3:137, 3:393
  • encyclopedias, 3:589, 3:609, 4:281, 4:336, 4:365, 4:371, 4:408, 4:409, 4:530–4:531, 4:557, 4:558–4:559
  • gardening, 2:131, 2:132n, 2:167
  • history, 3:50–3:51, 3:291, 3:291–3:292n, 6:373, 9:522
  • journals, 1:671–1:672, 1:673n, 3:51n, 3:599, 4:663, 4:685, 5:18, 5:19n, 5:100, 6:77, 6:77n, 6:124, 7:344, 7:388–7:389, 7:389–7:390n, 8:488, 9:447, 9:525, 9:544
  • manufacturing, 3:221–3:223, 3:238–3:239, 5:633, 5:633n, 5:661, 9:447–9:448, 9:597
  • medical, 1:597, 1:597n
  • newspapers, 1:48, 1:49, 1:50n, 1:85, 1:96, 1:107, 1:214, 1:303–1:304, 2:174, 2:175n, 2:670, 2:671n, 3:185, 3:227, 4:92, 4:127–4:128, 4:130–4:131, 4:177–178, 4:633, 6:339, 6:399, 6:400, 6:401n, 6:461–6:462, 6:505, 6:505n, 6:506, 6:560, 6:648, 8:435, 8:436n, 8:469, 8:566, 8:569–8:570, 8:676n, 9:439
  • plays, 1:412
  • poetry, 1:112, 1:113n, 1:225–1:226, 1:504n, 2:309, 2:336, 2:369, 3:241, 3:243, 3:296
  • political science, 4:25, 4:56, 4:57n, 5:227n, 6:55
  • religious, 3:431, 3:456–3:457
  • scientific, 5:466, 5:467n, 6:213
  • unidentified, 5:146

subscriptions, non-publication

  • for Albemarle Academy, 7:265, 7:337, 7:338, 7:339
  • to equip volunteer troops, 5:344–5:345
  • to pay W. McClure’s debts, 4:169, 4:209, 4:618–4:619, 5:14–5:15, 5:17, 5:132, 5:161, 5:174–5:175, 5:298–5:299, 5:328–5:329, 5:574–5:575, 5:575, 5:587, 5:639–5:640, 5:671
  • to support business ventures, 5:107, 5:107–5:108n, 5:508n

Suburb Saint Mary. See Batture Sainte Marie, controversy over

Success, HMS (frigate), 6:363n

Succordy (slave), 4:231–4:232n

succory. See chicory (succory)

Suckey (TJ’s slave; b. 1771)

  • family of, 5:463n
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:382, 4:386, 5:461, 6:309, 8:61, 8:61, 8:61, 8:61, 8:61, 8:62, 8:62, 8:62, 8:62, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255

Suckey (TJ’s slave; b. 1796)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:388

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

Sucky (TJ’s slave; b. 1806). See Gillette, Sucky (TJ’s slave; b. 1806)

Suetonius (Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus)

  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:661
  • Opera Omnia Quae Extant, 1:580
  • reliability of, 7:24

Suffrein, Mr.

  • family of, 2:15

sugar

  • from beets, 7:54, 7:54n, 7:55
  • brown, 1:268, 1:368, 2:109, 4:209, 4:210, 4:210, 4:210, 4:210, 4:210, 4:210, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 6:341, 6:343, 6:346, 6:346, 6:346, 6:347, 6:347, 6:348, 6:348, 6:448, 7:180, 8:xlvii–8:xlviii, 8:30, 8:30–8:31
  • cane, 2:556
  • export tax on, 8:608
  • European, 4:85
  • imported, 9:426, 9:476n
  • loaf, 1:31, 1:31, 1:31, 1:31, 1:31, 1:44, 1:44, 1:44, 1:222, 2:221, 4:210, 4:210, 4:210, 4:210, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 6:343, 6:343, 6:343, 6:343, 6:343, 6:344, 6:346, 6:346, 6:347, 6:347, 6:347, 6:348, 6:348, 6:348, 6:448, 8:30–8:31, 9:301
  • manufactured in West Indies, 8:317
  • manufacture of, 3:522n
  • maple, 1:657
  • in medicine, 4:381
  • mentioned, 6:343, 6:343, 6:345
  • military use of, 5:552
  • muscovado, 1:31, 1:31, 1:44
  • plantation, 2:136
  • at Poplar Forest, 5:33
  • refined, 1:268, 1:368, 2:109, 6:311, 7:180, 8:xlvii–8:xlviii, 8:30, 8:30, 8:30
  • smuggling of, 1:439
  • South American, 9:57, 9:269, 9:272, 9:286, 9:318, 9:324
  • stored in Washington, 4:27
  • TJ orders, 7:434

Sugden, Edward Burtenshaw

  • A Practical Treatise of The Law of Vendors and Purchasers of Estates, 6:477

suicide

  • and G. Du Jareau, 2:375n
  • and I. Lewis and L. Lewis, 1:168n
  • and M. Lewis, 1:436n, 1:602–1:603, 1:606–1:608, 1:632, 1:668, 2:30, 2:35, 2:42, 2:42, 2:44, 2:121, 2:191–2:192, 2:208, 2:209n
  • and J. Ogilvie, 3:632n
  • plants used to commit, 6:293
  • and E. Steadman, 2:352n
  • TJ on, 6:293
  • venesection, 6:293

Suidas. See Σουίδας. Suidæ Lexicon (ed. L. Küster)

sulfur

  • medicinal uses of, 4:62, 4:102
  • military uses of, 2:257, 2:261n, 9:509

sulla. See sainfoin

Sullivan, Mr.

  • and W. Janes’s looms, 7:523

Sullivan, George

  • identified, 1:525n
  • letters from, 1:524–1:525
  • letters to, 1:591
  • recommends C. Artzt, 5:155
  • and spinning machine, 1:524–1:525, 1:591, 5:151

Sullivan, James

  • correspondence with T. Pickering, 6:259, 6:259n
  • The History of Land Titles in Massachusetts, 3:125

Sullivan, John

  • Revolutionary War general, 6:207

Sullivan, John L., 1:524, 1:525, 1:525n

Sully, Maximilien de Béthune, duc de

  • Memoires de Maximillien de Bethune, Duc de Sully, 7:664
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:501, 4:504, 4:504

Sully, Thomas

  • identified, 4:356–4:357n
  • B. H. Latrobe praises, 3:625
  • letters from, 4:355–4:358, 4:398–4:400
  • letters to, 4:407, 4:459–4:460
  • portrait of P. S. Du Ponceau by, 9:xlv, 9:344 (illus.)
  • portrait of B. Rush by, 4:xlv–4:xlvi, 7:296n
  • portrait of G. Ticknor by, 8:xlviii, 8:272 (illus.)
  • and Society of Artists of the United States, 4:355–4:358, 4:398–4:400, 4:407, 4:459–4:460, 4:644, 4:646n

“Sulphate of lime of Onondago, State of New-York” (Warden), 3:333n

sulphur. See sulfur

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

A Summary View of the Rights of British America (Thomas Jefferson), 1:486, 1:487n, 1:539, 1:569, 1:570n, 8:175, 8:231

Sumter (Sumpter), Thomas, 3:501, 9:532–9:533

sun

  • altitude of, 3:448
  • annular eclipse of 1811 observed, 4:188, 4:195, 4:196–4:197n, 4:235, 4:237–4:239, 4:246, 4:263, 4:368, 4:369, 4:403, 4:407
  • and astronomical calculations, 1:489–1:498, 2:61, 3:361–3:367
  • and calculation of latitude, 9:36, 9:70, 9:245–9:246, 9:415
  • and calculation of longitude, 4:247–4:266, 4:275, 4:368, 4:402–4:406, 4:407
  • grapes scorched by, 2:222, 2:293
  • TJ’s biblical allusion to, 3:579, 3:579n

sun brier, 1:56

sundials

  • and corncob capital base, 1:473, 1:475n
  • at Poplar Forest, 4:96–4:98

Superior Court of Chancery for the Richmond District, 1:415n, 6:362, 6:362n, 6:472–6:473, 6:474, 6:479, 6:480, 8:351, 8:692

Superior Court of Chancery for the Winchester District, 6:268

Supreme Court, U.S.

  • appointments to, 1:49–1:50n
  • and batture controversy, 2:441n, 2:454–2:455, 6:392, 6:392–6:393, 6:393, 6:394–6:395
  • establishment of, 4:302–4:303n
  • and jurisdiction of federal and state courts, 9:44, 9:46n, 9:72–9:73, 9:120–9:121
  • justices examine invention, 1:195–1:196
  • and Livingston v. Jefferson, 4:291–4:292
  • and J. Marshall, 4:302n
  • and prize cases, 2:376, 2:377n, 2:480
  • replacement for W. Cushing, 3:118, 3:124, 3:126–3:127, 3:151, 3:165–3:166, 3:178, 3:182, 3:246, 4:100
  • TJ on, 3:124, 3:165, 3:182

surgery

  • study of, 7:639, 7:639, 7:640

Sur l’éducation nationale dans les États-Unis d’Amérique (P. S. Du Pont de Nemours), 1:592, 1:593n, 1:674, 4:125, 4:127n, 4:327, 5:616, 5:620, 6:484, 6:485, 7:9, 7:168, 7:169n, 7:223, 7:225n, 8:382, 8:383n, 8:429, 9:231, 9:234n, 9:306, 9:443n

surveying. See also scientific instruments

  • and artificial horizon, 3:448, 4:167, 4:167n, 4:369
  • and Bear Creek lands, 4:279–4:280
  • and J. C. Borda’s circle, 4:369, 4:370n, 9:70, 9:76, 9:77n, 9:222, 9:680, 9:689, 9:691, 9:691–9:692
  • and chain, 4:341, 9:xliii–9:xliv, 9:315, 9:344 (illus.), 9:508, 9:509, 9:643, 9:643, 9:689
  • chronometer for, 9:689, 9:691
  • compass for, 2:152, 4:341, 9:222, 9:508, 9:509, 9:643
  • and defense of Chesapeake Bay, 9:623–9:624, 9:625, 9:629n
  • and A. Ellicott, 5:100–5:101
  • and Henderson land, 5:421
  • and measuring baselines, 9:222–9:223
  • meridians used for calculations in, 9:680–9:681
  • and new map of Va., 9:400–9:401, 9:440–9:441, 9:566, 9:590–9:591, 9:592n, 9:621–9:622, 9:623, 9:642–9:643, 9:649, 9:680–9:681, 9:684–9:692
  • nonius for, 9:168, 9:171n, 9:171n, 9:686, 9:689, 9:689
  • occupation of, 1:215, 1:216, 2:344
  • perambulator for, 9:280, 9:282n
  • poles for, 9:145
  • and Poplar Forest curtilage, 5:482, 5:489, 8:70
  • and protractor, 4:341
  • for roads, 9:338, 9:338–9:339n, 9:521, 9:521–9:522
  • TJ prepares instructions for L. H. Girardin, 7:252–7:253
  • TJ provides training in, 1:181–1:182, 1:215n, 1:650
  • U.S. Coast Survey, 9:126, 9:220–9:221, 9:221n, 9:221–9:225
  • of Washington, 5:101n

Surville, Clotilde de (Marguerite Éléonore Clotilde de Vallon-Chalys), 7:665

Susan (C. L. Bankhead’s slave), 8:395

Susanna (Suzanna) (Old Testament figure), 6:623

Susquehanna Canal

  • lottery, 4:391

Susquehanna River

  • acts to improve navigation on, 4:161n
  • grapes grown along, 2:223
  • mammoth bones found in, 2:507

Suter, Mrs.

  • Washington boardinghouse of, 3:539

Suter, Johann Rudolf

  • Flora Helvetica, 8:429, 8:429, 8:430n

Suttle, William

  • witnesses warrant, 5:280

Süverman, John Christoph

  • identified, 2:364–2:365n
  • letters from, 2:364–2:365, 2:672–2:673
  • letters to, 3:110
  • and J. Pernier, 2:364, 2:672–2:673, 3:49, 3:110

Suvorov, Aleksandr

  • Russian general, 6:468, 7:528

Suwarow (ship), 2:475

Swan, William

  • as quartermaster general, 7:135

Swan Tavern (Richmond)

  • TJ lodges at, 1:591, 1:614n, 1:615

Swanwick, John

  • bankruptcy of, 1:129, 1:131n, 5:433

Swartwout, Samuel

  • and allegations against J. Wilkinson, 3:324
  • and Niagara Campaign, 5:539–5:540

Sweden

  • election of king in, 3:105, 3:106n
  • government of, 3:8, 3:12, 3:16, 3:468
  • relations with Great Britain, 2:275
  • relations with U.S., 5:685
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:504, 4:507

Swedenborg, Emanuel

  • and New Jerusalem Church, 5:595, 5:596n
  • and theology, 7:480

Swedish iron, 5:133

sweet acacia, 1:555, 1:631–1:632, 2:301, 2:302

sweet potatoes

  • seeds requested from TJ, 8:680, 8:682n

sweet-scented currants, 4:427, 4:523–4:524, 4:524n, 5:323–5:324, 5:382

Swett, Daniel

  • inspector at Newburyport, Mass., 9:653, 9:654n

Swett, Mehitable “Hitty” Varnum (Daniel Swett’s wife), 9:653, 9:654n

Swift, Jonathan

  • J. Adams on, 9:528
  • correspondence with Lord Bolingbroke, 6:267, 6:267n
  • quoted, 7:476, 7:481n
  • religious beliefs of, 6:521
  • A Tale of a Tub, 9:203, 9:203n
  • TJ quotes, 5:682, 5:683n
  • Travels into several Remote Nations of the World … by Lemuel Gulliver, 6:70n, 7:26, 9:535, 9:537n
  • Verses on the Death of Dr. S—, D.S.P.D. occasioned By reading a Maxim in Rochefoulcault, 9:433, 9:434n

Swift, Joseph Gardner

  • and hydrostatic engine, 7:232
  • and Niagara Campaign, 5:537
  • U.S. general, 8:250

Swift, Zephaniah

  • The laws of the United States of America, 2:521

Swiney, Mr., 6:486

Swink, George

  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254, 5:378–5:380

Switzerland

  • constitution of, 7:476
  • democracy in, 3:8, 3:12, 3:15
  • financial system of, 2:584
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502, 4:504

Sydenham, Thomas

  • medical theories of, 8:669
  • and nosology, 7:152

Sylva, or a Discourse on Forest-Trees (Evelyn), 2:82

Symbolik und Mythologie der alten Völker, besonders der Griechen (G. F. Creuzer), 9:698

Syme, John

  • family of, 7:494

Syme & Pearson (Hanover, Va. firm), 2:433

Symphoricarpos albus. See snowberry

A Synopsis of the Four Evangelists (C. Thomson), 8:472, 8:472n, 8:672, 8:673n, 9:194, 9:194n, 9:340

A Synopsis of the Genera of American Plants (O. Rich), 8:601, 8:601–8:602n, 8:616

Synopsis Plantarum, seu Enchiridium Botanicum (C. H. Persoon), 3:167, 3:181, 3:596, 4:146, 7:626, 8:284, 8:285n, 8:319, 8:422

Syntagma Epicuri Philosophiae (P. Gassendi), 9:341, 9:342n

syphilis

  • treatments for, 5:669

Syren (sloop)

  • carries dispatches, 1:183, 1:452
  • quarantined in France, 1:373, 1:374, 1:376

Syria

  • Napoleon fails to conquer, 2:274, 2:277n

syrup

  • of punch, 1:268, 1:368, 2:109, 2:154
  • of vinegar, 1:161, 1:188, 1:188, 1:190, 1:190, 1:222, 1:257

Systema Naturæ (C. Linnaeus), 4:536, 4:667, 6:408, 6:409, 7:210

Systême de la Nature. Ou Des Loix du Monde Physique & du Monde Moral (Holbach), 9:650, 9:652n

A System of Anatomy for the Use of Students of Medicine (C. Wistar), 8:447, 8:449n, 9:67

System of Nature; or, The Laws of the Moral and Physical World (Holbach), 9:652n

A System of Notation: Representing the Sounds of Alphabetical Characters (Pelham), 1:216–1:217

A System of Practical Mathematics (J. Potter), 7:250, 7:253n, 9:107, 9:229n

A System of Universal Science (Woodward), 6:411n

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