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Waddell, Mr. (of Philadelphia), 1:376, 1:457

Waddell, James, 6:426, 6:426n

wafers (for sealing letters)

  • TJ orders, 4:647

Wafford’s Settlement (Tellico Garrison)

  • treaty of, 1:6–1:7, 1:7–1:8n

Wager, Sir Charles

  • refuses medicine, 4:102

Wagner, Jacob

  • editor of Baltimore Federal Republican, 3:298, 5:682
  • hostility to TJ, 3:298, 5:682n
  • identified, 3:262n
  • letter from to Barry, 3:262–3:263
  • letter to from T. Law, 3:261–3:262

wagons

  • repair of, 1:3
  • and transportation of TJ’s library, 8:xlv–8:xlvi, 8:xlvi, 8:142, 8:268, 8:287, 8:287, 8:287–8:288, 8:289–8:290, 8:290n, 8:309

Wailes, Levin

  • and land claims in Orleans Territory, 9:586n, 9:586n

Wait, Silas L.

  • printer and publisher, 7:646n

Wait, Thomas Baker. See also Wait, Thomas B., & Sons (Boston firm)

  • firm proposes publication of state papers, 7:701–7:702
  • identified, 7:646n
  • letters to, 7:701–7:702
  • printer and publisher, 7:646n, 7:701–7:702

Wait, Thomas B., & Sons (Boston firm)

  • identified, 7:646n
  • letters from, 7:644–7:646
  • printing and publishing house, 7:646n
  • and State Papers and Publick Documents, 7:644, 7:645–7:646n, 8:156

Wait, William S.

  • printer and publisher, 7:646n

Waite, G. & R. (Baltimore firm)

  • lottery office of, 4:391, 4:392n

waiters (trays), 4:231–4:232n

Wakely, Andrew

  • The Mariner’s Compass Rectified, 4:244, 4:244n, 9:690

Walcheren Island

  • British invasion of, 1:529, 1:530n, 1:592, 1:593n, 2:7, 2:9n, 2:246n

Walden, Jacob T.

  • as J. Bradbury’s business partner, 9:338, 9:338n

Waldo, John

  • An Abridgment of Waldo’s Rudiments of English Grammar, 7:320, 7:320n
  • The Dictionary Spelling Book, 7:320, 7:320n
  • health of, 7:319–7:320
  • identified, 6:41n
  • letters from, 6:40–6:42, 7:319–7:320
  • letters to, 6:402–6:407, 7:449
  • Rudiments of English Grammar, 6:40–6:41, 6:42n, 6:402, 7:449

Walker, Dr.

  • R. Jefferson’s physician, 4:416, 4:607

Walker, Elizabeth Moore (John Walker’s wife)

  • death of, 4:35
  • health of, 1:500
  • overseer for, 3:36
  • relations with TJ, 1:279n, 1:499n

Walker, James

  • identified, 3:293n
  • letters from, 3:359, 3:520–3:521, 4:50, 4:144, 4:200–4:201, 4:661–4:662
  • letters from accounted for, 6:71n
  • letters to, 3:293, 6:70–6:71, 6:125
  • letters to accounted for, 6:125n
  • and mill construction, 3:293, 3:359, 3:520–3:521, 4:50, 4:51, 4:144, 4:144–4:145, 4:145–4:146, 4:200–4:201, 4:661–4:662, 6:70–6:71, 6:85, 6:125, 6:386n

Walker, Joel

  • identified, 6:543n
  • introduced to TJ, 6:543

Walker, John (1732–1807)

  • A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language, 8:472, 8:672

Walker, John (1744–1809)

  • death of, 4:35
  • illness of, 1:498–1:499, 1:500, 1:500
  • relations with TJ, 1:279n, 1:499n, 1:500, 1:500

Walker, Thomas (171594), 5:422, 6:426

  • family of, 1:157n, 2:291n
  • as surveyor, 9:690, 9:690, 9:692n

Walker, William, 5:93n

Wallace, Elizabeth Edmonds (James W. Wallace’s wife)

  • and package for TJ, 7:460, 7:593

Wallace, James Westwood

  • delivers letter, 7:569–7:570
  • describes Battle of Bladensburg, 7:621–7:623
  • identified, 1:57n
  • letters from, 1:56–1:58, 3:368, 7:460, 7:621–7:624, 7:642–7:643, 7:656
  • letters to, 1:466, 7:593
  • militia service of, 7:621
  • and package for TJ, 7:348, 7:551, 7:593
  • plans visit to Charlottesville, 7:621, 7:656
  • reports on military activity, 7:642–7:643, 7:656
  • seeks sesame seeds, 3:368
  • sends geese to TJ, 1:56, 1:466
  • sends plants to TJ, 1:56–1:57
  • sends saw of a fish to TJ, 7:460, 7:593, 7:621
  • and swans for TJ, 7:621
  • TJ sends cigars to, 1:466
  • and TJ’s life in retirement, 7:347–7:348

Wallace, William

  • Scottish patriot, 6:622

Wallcut, Thomas, 1:673n

Waller, Benjamin

  • as trustee for daughters of P. Ludwell, 7:329, 7:330n, 7:371–7:372

Waller, Benjamin Carter

  • agent for Robert Cary & Company, 2:349–2:350, 2:497
  • and trusteeship of P. Ludwell’s daughters, 7:329

Walnut Street prison (Philadelphia), 1:383, 1:384n

walnut trees, 2:680, 4:524, 4:525n, 8:194

Walpole, Horatio (Horace), first Baron Walpole of Wolterton

  • as member of parliament, 7:373

Walpole, Sir Robert

  • and corruption of British constitution, 1:512, 3:238
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502

walrus, 7:210

Walsh, Peter

  • identified, 3:505n
  • letter from to I. A. Coles, 4:529–4:530
  • letters from, 4:189–4:190
  • letters from forwarded, 4:325, 4:326n
  • letters to, 3:505
  • mentioned, 3:538, 3:539
  • TJ on, 3:512
  • TJ orders wine from, 3:505, 3:512, 4:189, 4:528–4:529, 4:529–4:530, 4:592, 4:666, 6:240

Walsh, Robert

  • A Letter on the Genius and Dispositions of the French Government, 3:190n, 3:199, 3:200n
  • moves to Baltimore, 9:514
  • praises J. Q. Adams, 7:560
  • proposed visit of, 7:287, 7:287, 7:320–7:321, 7:321
  • travels with J. Corrêa da Serra, 7:287–7:288n, 7:321
  • writings of, 7:287, 7:287–7:288n

wampompeke (Indian currency), 1:334, 1:334n, 1:369

Wanostrocht, Nicolas

  • A Grammar of the French Language, with Practical Exercises, 2:27n

Wanscher, Marten

  • identified, 5:352n
  • letters to, 5:352
  • TJ forwards letter to, 5:352

Warbeck, Perkin

  • and E. Aram’s murder trial, 7:377

Ward, Mrs. (Lynchburg)

  • tavern of, 1:671

Ward, Seth

  • as burgess, 8:621
  • F. Eppes boards with, 6:130
  • Lynchburg postmaster, 3:103, 3:104n

Warden, David Bailie

  • accused of selling French licenses, 3:539, 3:540n
  • admired by Europeans, 3:107–3:108, 3:114
  • on Anglo-French relations, 8:37–8:38
  • and J. Armstrong, 1:141n, 3:107–3:108, 3:248–3:249, 3:251, 3:279–3:280, 3:309, 3:330, 3:340, 3:463, 3:538–3:539, 3:542, 3:557–3:558
  • assists H. E. Say, 7:417, 7:421n, 7:598
  • assists N. L. Vauquelin in tobacco experiments, 1:142
  • and books for TJ, 9:431, 9:492–9:493, 9:559–9:560, 9:561–9:562n
  • on British allegiance and U.S. citizenship, 8:244
  • carries seeds from A. Thoüin, 3:419, 3:419n
  • carries TJ’s letters to France, 3:443, 3:444n, 3:512, 3:512n, 3:538, 3:553–3:554, 3:564, 3:565, 3:616, 3:619, 3:627, 4:35, 4:36, 4:56, 4:189, 4:202, 4:325–4:326
  • A Chorographical and Statistical Description of the District of Columbia, 4:19, 4:20n, 9:493, 9:493n
  • conflict with Barlows, 6:484, 6:485n, 8:45
  • as consul at Paris, 4:529, 5:576, 6:45, 6:306, 6:469, 6:469n, 7:92, 7:107, 7:428–7:429n, 7:693, 7:696–7:697n, 7:697, 8:38n, 9:112
  • and consular circular, 5:437, 5:437n
  • and consular nomination, 1:26, 1:207, 1:208n, 1:317, 1:536, 3:250–3:251, 3:260, 3:292, 3:312–3:313, 3:340, 3:427, 3:427n, 3:459, 3:463, 3:503, 3:512, 3:521, 3:538–3:539, 3:599, 4:30, 4:33
  • correspondence with W. H. Crawford, 7:490–7:491n, 8:139, 8:139n
  • departure for France delayed, 4:26, 4:28–4:29, 4:35, 4:36
  • and Destutt de Tracy letter, 3:443, 3:444n, 3:538, 7:506, 9:441, 9:441–9:442
  • and Destutt de Tracy’s book manuscript, 6:45, 8:38
  • and Destutt de Tracy’s work on Montesquieu, 4:54, 4:202, 4:436, 4:446, 4:609, 5:54, 5:612, 6:458, 6:484, 7:506
  • and fiorin grass, 3:280n, 3:294–3:295, 3:339–3:340, 4:159, 4:159n, 4:175, 4:187
  • on foreign relations, 3:274
  • forwards chest to TJ, 1:627
  • on French expedition to Africa, 8:244
  • health of, 8:245
  • and A. von Humboldt, 3:557–3:558n
  • identified, 1:141n
  • on impressment, 7:350
  • letters from, 1:140–1:141, 1:207–1:209, 1:316–1:317, 1:535–1:536, 1:629–1:630, 2:161–2:162, 2:406, 3:250–3:251, 3:260, 3:279–3:280, 3:308–3:310, 3:312–3:313, 3:339–3:341, 3:427, 3:464, 3:538–3:540, 3:557–3:558, 4:19–4:20, 4:54–4:55, 4:325–4:326, 5:436–5:438, 5:576–5:577, 6:45–6:46, 7:349–7:351, 7:427–7:429, 7:488–7:491, 7:505–7:506, 8:36–8:38, 8:244–8:245, 8:420–8:421, 9:492–9:493
  • letters from mentioned, 1:344, 1:359, 6:320, 8:534, 9:96
  • letters to, 2:536–2:537, 3:292, 3:294–3:295, 3:443–3:444, 3:512, 3:619, 4:33, 4:35–4:36, 4:36, 7:90–7:93, 8:291–8:293, 9:431
  • letters to mentioned, 2:333, 2:333n, 2:544, 7:222
  • letter to from Talleyrand-Périgord, 8:37, 8:38n, 8:244, 8:420
  • J. Madison on, 8:45
  • mentioned, 2:530, 3:316, 3:505–3:506, 5:580n, 7:302
  • Observations on Robin’s Travels, 3:557, 3:558n
  • On the Origin, Nature, Progress and Influence of Consular Establishments, 5:437, 5:437–5:438n, 7:350, 7:350–7:351n, 8:36
  • and remittances to T. Kosciuszko, 4:418, 4:576
  • removed from consulship, 7:427, 7:428–7:429n, 7:488–7:490, 7:505–7:506, 7:506n, 7:598, 8:23, 8:24, 8:37, 8:45, 8:46n, 8:139, 8:161, 8:244, 8:291, 8:420, 9:431
  • sends books, 1:613n, 1:629–1:630, 1:630n, 5:436, 5:499–5:500, 5:576, 8:420
  • sends books to American Philosophical Society, 1:452
  • sends dynamometer to TJ, 2:333
  • sends greetings to Randolphs, 5:437, 6:45, 6:46, 7:350
  • sends publications to TJ, 2:161–2:162, 2:406, 3:41n, 3:220, 3:221n, 3:260, 3:260n, 3:279, 3:280n, 3:308–3:309, 3:393, 3:464, 3:512, 3:562, 4:19, 4:325–4:326, 4:574–4:575, 6:45, 6:45–6:46, 6:342, 6:342–6:343n, 6:372, 6:445, 7:90, 8:36, 8:244, 8:245, 8:291, 8:420–8:421
  • sends seeds to TJ, 1:141, 2:162, 2:536, 5:114, 6:17, 6:45, 6:152, 6:196, 7:90, 8:420
  • “Sulphate of lime of Onondago, State of New-York,” 3:333n
  • TJ introduces G. Ticknor to, 8:292
  • TJ on, 3:248–3:249, 8:23–8:24
  • TJ sends works to, 8:291
  • and TJ’s foreign correspondence, 7:92, 8:36, 8:36–8:37, 8:653
  • translates J. F. Callet’s work, 1:316–1:317, 1:629–1:630, 4:148
  • translates Eulogium on Marcus Aurelius, 3:309, 3:310n
  • translates N. L. Vauquelin’s tobacco experiments, 1:142, 1:482, 1:608–1:609, 1:609n
  • visits Monticello, 3:273
  • on War of 1812, 7:350
  • writes about magnolia bark and upas tree, 3:280n
  • writes for Encyclopaedia Britannica, 8:244, 8:420

Warden, John, 2:84, 2:85n, 5:90

War Department, U.S. See also Dearborn, Henry; Eustis, William; Monroe, James: as secretary of war; Smith, John (chief clerk of War Department)

  • and batture controversy, 2:426, 2:427, 2:435
  • clerical salaries at, 8:115
  • clerks at, 2:142
  • W. Duane’s opinions on, 5:255, 5:352–5:353
  • and E. Earle’s negotiations with Cherokees, 7:200, 7:200n
  • fire at, 3:68, 3:69n, 3:73
  • forwards publication, 1:571
  • letters of recommendation sent to, 2:304, 2:305n, 2:315, 4:376, 4:483, 4:516
  • military stores, 5:81, 5:104–5:105, 5:107
  • offer to supply duck cloth to, 2:99
  • and Spring Hill School (Mich. Territory), 2:55–2:57, 2:58n

Warder, Joshua, 5:415n

Wardlaw, William

  • and apothecary supplies, 3:183, 3:200, 7:594, 7:602, 8:613, 8:627, 8:641
  • identified, 3:183n
  • and Jefferson v. Michie, 8:613, 8:627, 8:641
  • letters from, 3:200, 7:228, 7:292, 7:602, 8:613, 8:641
  • letters to, 3:183, 7:249–7:250, 7:594, 8:627
  • letter to accounted for, 8:613n
  • as surety for G. Jefferson, 4:277–4:278n, 4:277–4:278n, 4:325
  • and Va. laws, 7:228, 7:249–7:250, 7:292
  • witnesses document, 5:570n

Wardle, Gwyllym L.

  • A Circumstantial Report of the Evidence and Proceedings upon the Charges preferred against His Royal Highness the Duke of York (included in Book of Kings compiled by TJ. See also Book of Kings), 1:182, 1:182n, 8:33, 8:240, 8:242n

Ware, Henry

  • professor at Harvard, 9:257n

Ware, Jonathan

  • A New Introduction to the English Grammar, 9:525n

Waring, Mr., 2:543

Waring, Morton A.

  • federal marshal, 6:113n

Warminster, Va., 3:104

Warm Springs (Bath Co.)

  • proposed visit to, 4:90, 4:132, 7:648

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

War of 1812. See also Ghent, Treaty of (1814); Hull, William; New Orleans, Battle of

  • B. Austin on, 9:247–9:248
  • T. Bailey on, 5:581–5:582
  • Battle of Beaver Dams, 8:259, 8:261n
  • Battle of Bladensburg, 7:621–7:623, 7:624n, 7:656n, 8:19n, 8:153, 8:155
  • Battle of Chippewa, 7:525n, 8:259, 8:263–8:264
  • Battle of Fort George, 7:656, 7:657n, 8:263, 8:357
  • Battle of Frenchtown, 8:259, 8:263
  • Battle of Lundy’s Lane, 7:525n, 8:267n
  • Battle of Queenston Heights, 8:219, 8:259, 8:263
  • Battle of the Thames, 6:546n, 6:577n, 8:221, 8:263
  • Battle of York, 7:656, 7:657n, 8:357
  • British attack on Hampton, Va., 6:332, 6:333n, 6:445, 6:446n, 6:515, 8:218, 8:224, 8:224
  • British attitudes toward, 9:16, 9:16n, 9:17
  • British blockade, 7:166–7:167, 7:212, 8:21, 8:32, 8:97, 8:97n, 8:132, 8:167
  • British destruction in Washington, 7:xlv, 7:160n, 7:616, 7:621–7:623, 7:642, 7:645, 7:648, 7:652, 7:653, 7:656, 7:668–7:669, 7:669n, 7:681–7:682, 7:691–7:692, 7:698, 7:699, 7:709, 8:xlv, 8:xlvi, 8:5, 8:11, 8:13–8:14, 8:15, 8:57, 8:57n, 8:84, 8:94, 8:136, 8:160–8:161, 8:176, 8:214–8:215, 8:216, 8:218, 8:224, 8:226n, 8:259, 8:264, 8:284, 8:292, 8:300, 8:301, 8:425, 8:593–8:595, 9:350, 9:710, 9:710n
  • British liberate slaves during, 8:317–8:318, 8:318n
  • British raids on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, 6:545, 6:546n
  • W. A. Burwell on, 5:642–5:643, 6:307
  • call for publication justifying U.S. participation in, 8:94–8:95
  • capture of USS Chesapeake during, 6:250, 6:251n, 6:265, 9:331n
  • condition of troops, 7:61, 8:233
  • defense of Baltimore, 7:656, 7:656n, 8:153, 8:154
  • defense of New Orleans, 8:38–8:39, 8:84, 8:85n, 8:270, 8:295–8:296, 8:296n
  • defense of Plattsburgh, N.Y., 8:112n, 8:259
  • defense of Richmond, 7:643, 7:644, 7:669, 7:670
  • defense of Washington, 7:609, 7:617–7:618, 7:656, 8:153, 8:155n, 8:178, 8:264
  • W. Duane on, 5:352–5:353, 5:635–5:636, 6:526–6:530, 7:527–7:531, 8:99
  • and East Florida, 6:67, 6:67–6:68, 6:112, 6:113n
  • and economy, 7:13–7:14, 7:81, 7:134, 7:136–7:138, 7:139n, 7:144, 7:166–7:168, 7:169–7:170, 7:186–7:187, 7:513–7:514, 7:514–7:515, 7:517, 7:553–7:554, 7:653–7:655, 7:669–7:671, 7:678–7:679, 7:689–7:691, 7:692, 7:699, 8:109, 8:126, 8:301, 8:536, 8:544, 8:544, 8:591–8:592, 8:654, 9:313, 9:335, 9:644
  • effect on education, 7:194–7:195
  • encampment near Buffalo, 5:544n
  • An Exposition of the Causes and Character of the War (A. J. Dallas), 8:338–8:339, 8:340n, 8:371–8:372, 8:381, 8:381n, 8:471, 8:471n, 8:472, 8:576–8:577, 8:577n, 8:672
  • E. Gerry on, 5:127
  • histories of, 9:103, 9:103n, 9:128–9:129, 9:129n, 9:414n, 9:522
  • and House of Representatives, 5:282, 5:282n, 5:303
  • and Indians, 6:389, 6:577, 6:577n, 7:7–7:8, 7:14, 7:15–7:16n, 7:20, 7:30–7:31, 7:51–7:52, 7:91, 7:160–7:161, 7:162n, 7:531, 8:17, 8:112, 8:217, 8:218, 8:219, 8:221–8:224, 8:227n, 8:228n, 8:329n, 9:66
  • and La., 7:227, 7:384, 8:38–8:39, 8:64, 8:295, 8:357
  • and military preparations, 7:644, 7:697–7:698, 8:105
  • militia activity, 7:226–7:227, 7:600–7:601, 7:624, 7:632–7:633, 8:27, 8:31, 8:42n, 8:46, 8:64, 8:111–8:112, 8:112n, 8:178, 8:219, 8:220, 8:442–8:443, 8:443–8:444n, 8:575, 8:575n, 9:151n, 9:236
  • J. Monroe on, 6:171–6:176
  • Niagara Campaign, 5:410–5:411, 5:531–5:532, 5:532–5:545, 5:608–5:609, 5:609n, 5:609–5:610, 5:610n, 5:684, 5:685n, 6:172, 6:527, 7:160n, 7:501, 7:502n, 8:44, 8:45n, 8:84, 8:254, 8:259, 8:264
  • in Norfolk, 7:484–7:485, 7:485, 7:513–7:514, 7:515, 7:515, 7:517, 7:697–7:698, 8:233
  • opinions on impending conflict, 5:124–5:125, 5:251–5:252
  • opposition to, 6:259, 6:275, 6:512, 6:633n, 7:38–7:44, 8:84, 8:94
  • orations supporting, 5:225–5:226, 5:227n, 6:219n, 6:429n, 7:247–7:248, 7:248n, 7:462–7:466, 8:648–8:649, 8:649–8:650n
  • and peace negotiations, 6:74, 6:124, 6:143–6:144, 6:171, 6:175–6:176, 6:538–6:539, 7:11, 7:20, 7:43–7:44, 7:114–7:115, 7:115n, 7:116, 7:116n, 7:138, 7:155, 7:156n, 7:159–7:160, 7:167, 7:198, 7:198n, 7:201–7:202, 7:202n, 7:212, 7:223–7:224, 7:359–7:360, 7:499–7:500, 7:515–7:516, 7:516, 7:542–7:543, 8:5, 8:17, 8:18–8:19, 8:20, 8:44, 8:50, 8:75–8:76, 8:77n, 8:112–8:113, 8:125, 8:137, 8:138, 8:157, 8:163, 8:168, 8:186–8:187, 8:338, 8:380–8:381
  • O. H. Perry’s victory on Lake Erie, 6:526, 6:530n, 6:531, 6:546n, 7:11, 7:14, 7:56, 7:57n, 7:88, 7:89n, 7:530, 8:259, 8:263
  • and politics, 5:167
  • G. Prevost’s threats against U.S., 6:641n
  • and prices, 7:72, 7:115, 7:155, 7:212, 7:215, 7:241, 7:346, 8:544, 9:17
  • The Pride of Britannia Humbled (T. Branagan), 8:450–8:451
  • prisoners of war, 7:57–7:58, 8:218–8:219, 8:219–8:220, 8:220–8:221, 8:221–8:222, 8:222
  • privations caused by, 7:273–7:274, 8:425
  • public opinion of, 5:352–5:353, 7:203, 7:511–7:512, 7:524, 7:578–7:579, 8:94–8:95, 8:176–8:177, 9:15
  • 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
  • W. Short on, 8:51–8:52, 8:52–8:53, 9:320–9:321
  • in the South, 5:352–5:353
  • J. Strachan on, 8:214–8:226
  • support for, 5:160, 5:167, 5:172–5:174, 5:191, 5:192n, 5:220, 5:259, 5:332, 5:366–5:367, 5:546, 5:547n, 5:591, 5:680–5:681, 5:681n, 6:155, 6:340n, 6:376n, 6:636, 8:39
  • surrender of Alexandria, 7:618, 7:642, 7:643–7:644, 7:648
  • TJ on, 5:546, 5:561, 5:579, 5:606, 5:608–5:609, 5:645, 6:53, 6:64, 6:141–6:145, 6:205, 6:205, 6:205–6:206, 6:209, 6:293, 6:491, 6:538–6:539, 6:645, 7:7–7:8, 7:9–7:12, 7:12, 7:13–7:14, 7:51–7:52, 7:56, 7:87–7:88, 7:90–7:91, 7:159–7:160, 7:167–7:168, 7:517, 7:519, 7:522, 7:593, 7:601, 7:648, 7:681–7:682, 7:691–7:692, 8:26–8:27, 8:31, 8:41–8:42, 8:107–8:109, 8:133, 8:134, 8:163, 8:176, 8:230–8:231, 8:241, 8:253–8:254, 8:259–8:260, 8:263–8:265, 8:292, 8:300, 8:303–8:304, 8:311–8:312, 8:341, 8:344, 8:348, 8:357, 8:360, 8:371–8:372, 8:533, 8:542–8:544, 8:570, 8:574–8:575, 8:576–8:577, 9:88–9:89, 9:335–9:336, 9:411, 9:644
  • TJ requests information on, 6:646
  • E. Trist on, 5:112–5:113, 7:61–7:62, 7:226–7:227, 7:227, 7:227–7:228, 7:500–7:501, 8:84–8:85, 8:295–8:296
  • U.S. atrocities in Canada, 8:57, 8:57n, 8:214–8:215, 8:215–8:218, 8:219, 8:221, 8:222, 8:224, 8:225–8:226
  • U.S. declaration of, 6:145n, 7:87, 8:107, 8:215, 8:329n
  • U.S. financing of, 6:131n, 6:220–6:225, 6:311–6:312, 6:358n, 6:490–6:497, 6:578–6:592, 6:601–6:602, 7:360, 7:365–7:366, 8:19–8:20, 8:20, 8:20n, 8:27–8:29, 8:32, 8:33n, 8:35, 8:36n, 8:46, 8:47, 8:52–8:53, 8:84, 8:105, 8:108–8:109, 8:109–8:110, 8:111n, 8:125, 8:126, 8:154, 8:155n, 8:163, 8:164–8:165, 8:166n, 8:168, 8:169, 8:177, 8:254, 8:257, 8:259–8:260, 8:265, 8:329n, 9:8, 9:202, 9:358
  • U.S. naval victories during, 6:14–6:15, 7:8, 7:14, 7:17, 7:56, 7:57n, 7:88, 7:91, 7:350, 7:692, 7:699, 8:84, 8:85n, 8:177–8:178, 8:259, 8:263, 8:264, 8:264, 8:490
  • and U.S. privateers, 8:177–8:178
  • volunteer troops, 5:82, 5:344–5:345, 5:531–5:532, 7:16–7:20, 7:624, 7:632–7:633, 7:648, 7:649
  • as war of independence, 7:58
  • weapons, 7:48–7:49, 7:276, 7:278–7:279

War of the Spanish Succession, 6:192

Warrell, James, 2:93, 2:94n

Warren, James

  • J. Adams’s letter to published, 6:234n

Warren, John Collins

  • compliments G. Ticknor, 8:243

Warren, John Borlase

  • British naval commander, 5:582, 6:446n, 6:538

Warren, Mercy Otis

  • History of the Rise, Progress and Termination of the American Revolution, 1:37, 1:581

Warren, Samuel, 5:332n

Warren, Va.

  • decline of, 3:104
  • grocery at, 2:453
  • industrial complex at, 1:223n
  • TJ visits, 2:329

Warton, Joseph

  • British literary critic, 9:698

Warwick, Mr.

  • delivers flour, 9:708

Warwick, Corbin

  • witnesses document, 4:277–4:278n

Warwick, Daniel, 3:550

Warwick, D. W. & C. (Richmond firm)

  • purchases TJ’s tobacco, 8:492
  • and TJ’s flour, 9:499, 9:546–9:547

Warwick, John Marshall

  • buys TJ’s tobacco, 9:569

Warwick, William S.

  • witnesses document, 4:277–4:278n

Wash, Robert

  • identified, 3:418n
  • introduces E. Crafts, 3:418
  • introduces J. T. Mason, 4:53
  • letters from, 3:418, 4:7–4:8, 4:53
  • letters to, 3:616
  • sends map, 3:418, 3:616
  • sends newspaper to TJ, 4:7–4:8

Washington (D.C.). See also Capitol, U.S.; National Intelligencer (Washington newspaper)

  • bank of, 1:30n, 1:481, 1:481n, 1:535
  • banks in, 6:168, 8:475, 8:499, 9:203, 9:587–9:588
  • Blodget’s Hotel, 4:577, 7:680, 7:698, 7:699n, 8:445n
  • British destruction in, 7:xlv, 7:160n, 7:616, 7:621–7:623, 7:632, 7:642, 7:645, 7:648, 7:652, 7:653, 7:656, 7:668–7:669, 7:669n, 7:681–7:682, 7:691–7:692, 7:698, 7:699, 7:709, 8:xlv, 8:xlvi, 8:5, 8:11, 8:13–8:14, 8:15, 8:57, 8:57n, 8:84, 8:94, 8:136, 8:160–8:161, 8:176, 8:214–8:215, 8:216, 8:218, 8:224, 8:226n, 8:259, 8:264, 8:284, 8:285, 8:292, 8:300, 8:301, 8:593–8:595, 9:350, 9:710, 9:710n
  • calculation of prime meridian for, 1:275–1:276, 1:356–1:358, 1:359n, 1:489–1:498, 1:511–1:512, 1:534, 1:551
  • Capitol Hill, 3:289–3:290
  • citizens of, address TJ, 1:11–1:12
  • City of Washington Gazette, 8:5
  • J. B. Colvin on politics in, 3:359–3:360
  • commissioners of public buildings in, 8:591, 8:591, 8:592, 8:592, 8:592, 8:595, 8:596n, 8:596n
  • defenses of, 6:307, 7:554, 7:601, 7:609, 7:617–7:618, 7:621–7:623, 7:656, 8:153, 8:155n
  • digest of city code, 1:632, 1:633n
  • fever in, 3:63, 3:64n, 4:200, 4:200n
  • government evacuation of, 8:19n
  • groceries available in, 4:630, 4:685
  • Lindsey’s Hotel, 1:359n
  • longitude of, 4:236, 4:275, 4:651–4:660
  • Long’s Hotel, 1:10n, 2:250, 2:251n
  • McKeown Hotel, 8:663
  • mail service to, 8:172
  • Navy Yard, 6:307, 8:5
  • newspapers in, 8:475
  • plans for, 7:165
  • population increase, 4:27
  • proposed botanical garden in, 4:426–4:427, 4:535, 4:563–4:564n
  • proposed marine hospital at, 5:178, 5:179n
  • proposed national bank at, 3:391
  • proposed removal of U.S. capital from, 8:14, 8:14–8:15n, 8:104, 8:104n, 8:136, 8:313, 8:592, 8:596n
  • repair of public buildings in, 8:313–8:314, 8:314–8:315n, 8:591–8:596
  • Rhodes’ Hotel, 1:357, 4:275
  • as site for cotton manufactory, 8:179
  • snowfall in, 2:71
  • soapstone deposits, 5:109–5:110, 5:111, 5:167–5:168
  • and standards of weights, measures, and coinage, 4:228
  • and supplies for TJ, 4:26–4:28, 4:630, 4:685
  • surveying of, 5:101n
  • Tammany Society of, 2:399, 2:399n, 2:541, 2:566
  • threatened by British forces, 6:312–6:313, 7:554, 8:178
  • TJ addresses citizens of, 1:13–1:14
  • weather in, 4:26, 4:32
  • wool from TJ’s flock analyzed at, 2:492

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

Washington (TJ’s slave; b. 1805)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:388
  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717

Washington (TJ’s slave; b. 1810)

  • on Monticello slave lists, 8:62n

Washington, Bushrod, 1:195n

  • and sculpture of G. Washington, 8:577

Washington, George

  • J. Adams on, 5:3, 6:254, 6:284, 7:477
  • answers by to addresses, 6:180
  • appointments of, 1:43n, 5:615, 5:619–5:620, 8:599, 8:600n, 9:446
  • assists Chamberlain, 4:15
  • biographies of, 8:672
  • cabinet of, 2:70, 2:70n, 2:272, 2:273–2:274n, 4:389
  • and Continental Congress, 4:601
  • and J. Delaplaine’s Repository, 9:352n
  • depicted in T. Gimbrede engraving, 4:540 (illus.)
  • difficulty filling cabinet posts, 6:259, 6:259n
  • divine inspiration of, 8:405, 8:406
  • and donation to Liberty Hall Academy, 1:367–1:368n
  • W. Duane’s pamphlet on, 1:49n
  • Farewell Address, 8:405, 8:408n
  • and Federalist party, 7:102, 7:103
  • gives chicory seed to TJ, 4:33, 4:33n
  • grandnephews of impressed into British navy, 6:143, 6:145n
  • A. Hamilton’s influence over, 6:259
  • handwriting sample requested, 9:266, 9:375, 9:375n
  • and P. Henry, 4:604, 4:604, 4:605n
  • and Indian vocabularies, 9:373n
  • W. Jones on, 6:644, 7:201
  • judicial appointments of, 2:386
  • lauded as hero of Revolution, 1:12
  • and H. Lee’s medal, 2:126
  • medallion of, 2:113, 2:114n
  • and medals commemorating Revolutionary War, 9:91, 9:91n
  • mentioned, 2:400, 2:412n, 2:604, 3:381n, 5:25, 5:615, 5:619, 6:89n, 6:185, 6:254, 6:284, 6:419, 6:466, 6:624, 6:626, 7:16n, 7:583, 8:178, 8:296, 8:503, 9:327
  • A Message of the President of the United States to Congress Relative to France and Great-Britain, 1:487, 1:487n, 1:569–1:570, 1:570n
  • object of idolatry, 6:259
  • opposition to, 7:706–7:707
  • portraits of, 1:45n, 7:498, 8:xlvii, 9:352n
  • praised, 4:106n, 4:393n, 5:525, 8:405, 9:250n
  • as president, 3:305, 3:308n, 3:336, 3:339n, 6:183, 6:194, 6:318, 7:137–7:138, 7:530, 7:560n, 8:607
  • as president of Potomac Company, 9:481
  • print of, 2:127
  • and raising of sheep, 1:286
  • and Republican party, 7:102
  • retirement from presidency, 6:259
  • sculpture of, 8:161, 8:162n, 8:577–8:578, 9:128, 9:350, 9:386, 9:671
  • and Seven Years’ War, 1:290
  • statue of for N.C. state capitol, 9:332–9:333, 9:333n, 9:384–9:387, 9:387n
  • statue of for Va. state capitol, 9:385–9:386, 9:387n
  • TJ on, 3:99, 5:565, 7:101–7:103, 7:122–7:123, 7:692
  • TJ’s relationship with, 7:103
  • TJ’s Revolutionary War correspondence with, 4:467–4:468
  • TJ’s supposed criticism of, 9:100–9:101, 9:101n
  • and treaty-making power, 9:548–9:550, 9:550–9:551n, 9:551n
  • and valedictory address, 5:565, 5:626
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:507
  • and Whiskey Rebellion, 2:385, 2:387n

Washington, Henry A., 3:xlvii

Washington, Martha Dandridge Custis (George Washington’s wife), 3:209n

Washington, USS, 9:408

Washington, William

  • medal commemorating Revolutionary War service of, 9:54, 9:91, 9:91n

Washington Academy (later Washington and Lee University). See also Washington College (later Washington and Lee University), 1:367, 1:367–1:368n, 9:507n

Washington and Jefferson College (Washington, Pa.), 1:6n

Washington and Lee University. See Washington College (later Washington and Lee University)

Washington Benevolent Societies, 5:641, 5:642n

Washington City Library, 1:30n

Washington College (later Washington and Lee University). See also Washington Academy (later Washington and Lee University), 9:506, 9:507n, 9:712, 9:714n

Washington County, Md.

  • Republicans of, address TJ, 1:26–1:28
  • TJ addresses Republicans of, 1:98–1:99

Washington County, Pa.

  • Jefferson College students address TJ, 1:4–1:6
  • TJ addresses Democratic Republicans of, 1:99–1:100

Washington Federalist, 3:534, 3:537n

Washington Female Orphan Asylum, 1:10n

Washington National Monument Society, 1:30n

Washington, or Liberty Restored: A Poem, in Ten Books (Northmore), 4:392, 4:393n

Washington Tavern (Portsmouth, Va.), 6:341

Wasp (brig)

  • carries letters to and from Europe, 1:629, 1:658, 2:35–2:36, 2:200, 2:200n, 2:410, 3:54, 5:68, 5:82, 5:265
  • transports letters, 4:649, 4:650n

Wasp, USS (sloop), 8:84, 8:85n

Wasse, Joseph

  • edits Thucydidis De Bello Peloponnesiaco Libri Octo Graece et Latine (Thucydides), 9:195, 9:455

watches

  • gold, 3:83
  • R. Jefferson’s, 4:416, 4:481, 4:607, 8:173, 8:173, 8:258, 8:258, 8:272
  • silver, 8:393, 8:485

water

  • for animals, 8:80
  • filtration of, 8:196, 8:253
  • machine for raising of, 8:195–8:196, 8:196n
  • mineral, 8:688–8:689
  • for Philadelphia, 8:81, 8:82n
  • quality of, 7:649, 8:402–8:403, 8:404–8:405, 9:466
  • sources of, 8:457

water cress, 5:550

Waterhouse, Andrew Oliver, 6:96, 6:100n

Waterhouse, Benjamin

  • alleged misconduct at Marine Hospital, 1:295–1:299, 1:300n, 6:37–6:38, 6:97–6:98, 6:98–6:99
  • alleged ridicule of TJ, 1:295–1:296
  • on benevolent societies, 5:641, 5:642n, 6:96, 6:96, 6:98, 6:100n
  • The Botanist, 5:640, 5:642n, 5:682
  • compared to B. Rush, 6:38–6:39
  • defended by J. Adams, 6:38, 6:38–6:39
  • defended by E. Gerry, 1:296–1:297, 1:299, 6:38
  • family of, 6:38, 6:96, 6:100n
  • and Federalist party, 1:298, 5:640–5:641, 6:95–6:98, 9:4–9:6
  • identified, 1:300n
  • letters from, 1:295–1:300, 5:640–5:642, 6:37–6:40, 6:95–6:102, 9:4–9:6, 9:255–9:257
  • letters to, 5:682–5:683, 9:78–9:79
  • and J. Madison, 6:98–6:99, 6:169
  • on Mass. traitors, 6:119
  • and mountain of salt, 5:640–5:641, 5:642n, 5:682, 6:39
  • on religion, 9:255–9:256, 9:378
  • seeks appointment, 6:95–6:99, 6:119, 6:169
  • and vaccination, 9:78, 9:256, 9:718n
  • wishes to visit Monticello, 9:6, 9:79
  • writes anonymous newspaper articles, 6:37, 6:39, 6:39n, 6:40n, 6:96, 6:100n

Waterhouse, Daniel Oliver, 6:96, 6:100n

Waterhouse, Elizabeth Oliver (Benjamin Waterhouse’s wife), 1:297

Waterhouse, John Fothergill, 6:95, 6:100n

Waterland, Daniel

  • English theologian, 6:302, 6:440

Waterloo, Battle of (1815), 8:652, 8:652n, 9:68, 9:257, 9:257n, 9:376, 9:388, 9:457–9:458

water plantain, 1:57, 1:58n

Watkins, Mr.

  • threshing machine of, 8:185

Watkins, Edward

  • letter from accounted for, 8:699

Watkins, Elisha, 2:167, 2:168, 2:168n, 2:371

Watkins, M. C.

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

Watkins, Tobias

  • and P. Allen’s History of the American Revolution, 6:231n

Watson, Dr., 1:190

Watson, David

  • and Central College, 7:266, 8:317, 9:47
  • and W. McClure’s debts, 5:174–5:175, 5:328–5:329, 5:574, 5:574–5:575, 5:575, 5:587n, 5:639–5:640

Watson, George, 3:60

Watson, John. See also Watson & Dawson (Milton firm)

  • agreement to buy land, 2:237–2:238
  • and Belmont appraisal, 3:169, 3:170–3:171, 3:172
  • identified, 2:238n
  • and Jefferson v. Michie, 6:199, 6:199, 6:199, 6:199, 6:576n, 7:597, 7:634, 7:672, 7:675, 7:676, 7:678
  • as juror, 5:278–5:279, 5:279
  • letters from accounted for, 5:281n
  • and J. Lewis deposition, 5:180, 5:192
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254, 4:346–4:349, 5:378–5:380
  • Rivanna River Company commissioner, 3:254n
  • vouches for O. Norris, 3:465
  • and warrant for restitution of land, 5:280–5:281, 6:215, 6:216n, 6:554, 6:555
  • Writ to Summon a Jury regarding Land Seized by David Michie, 5:274

Watson, John Fanning

  • bookseller, 7:344, 7:388–7:389, 7:389, 7:554, 7:568–7:569, 8:469, 9:447
  • identified, 7:344n
  • letters from, 7:344, 7:388–7:390, 9:447
  • letters to, 7:367–7:368, 7:568–7:569, 9:525
  • payments to, 9:414n, 9:414n, 9:525, 9:544
  • receipt from, 9:544

Watson, Richard, bishop of Llandaff, 5:276, 7:662

Watson, Robert

  • The History of the Reign of Philip the Second, King of Spain, 7:664

Watson, William

  • and Albemarle Volunteer Company subscription, 5:344
  • identified, 4:543n
  • letters from, 4:543
  • and plating of saddle trees, 4:543

Watson & Dawson (Milton firm)

  • partnership formed, 9:301
  • payments made for TJ, 9:111, 9:111, 9:111, 9:112n

Watson & Vest (Milton firm)

  • TJ orders groceries from, 4:211, 4:211
  • TJ pays, 4:233

Watsonia meriana. See bugle lily

Watt (slave), 4:231–4:232n

Watt, James

  • steam mill of, 9:302–9:303, 9:304n

Watterston, George

  • Catalogue of the Library of the United States, 8:475n, 8:629, 9:xliv–9:xlv, 9:70, 9:80, 9:80n, 9:237, 9:238n, 9:318, 9:344 (illus.), 9:396n, 9:409, 9:409–9:410n, 9:435, 9:438n, 9:469, 9:531–9:532
  • and catalogue of TJ’s library, 7:684n, 8:473–8:475, 9:409, 9:409–9:410n
  • identified, 8:445n
  • letters from, 8:444–8:445, 9:79–9:80, 9:237–9:238, 9:409–9:410, 9:544
  • letters to, 8:473–8:475, 9:69–9:70, 9:107–9:108, 9:318, 9:531–9:532
  • librarian of Congress, 7:684n, 8:444–8:445, 8:445n, 9:69–9:70, 9:79–9:80, 9:107, 9:318, 9:544

Watts, Edward

  • as Va. state senator, 9:361

Watts, Isaac, 1:468, 1:469n, 7:662, 7:667

Watts, John

  • Bedford Co. landholder, 4:317, 5:468
  • identified, 7:516n
  • land owned by, 2:237, 2:238n
  • letter from, 8:512
  • letters to, 7:515–7:516, 8:383, 8:511–8:512
  • and settlement of TJ’s accounts, 4:342, 5:56–5:57, 7:515–7:516, 8:383, 8:509–8:510, 8:511, 8:511–8:512, 8:512

Watts, William

  • Chesterfield Co. landowner, 8:146n

Waxhaws, Battle of, 8:494, 8:495n

wax opal, 2:299

waxwork (American bittersweet), 1:57, 1:58n

Wayles, John (TJ’s father-in-law)

  • and Bedford Co. land, 5:230–5:234, 5:348–5:349, 5:479–5:480, 5:480–5:481n, 5:486
  • and Campbell Co. land, 1:671n, 4:680, 4:682, 5:35, 5:39, 5:40, 5:48, 5:62–5:63, 5:87, 5:88, 5:88, 5:89, 5:89–5:90n, 5:90–5:91, 5:103, 5:103n, 5:128, 5:128–5:129, 5:159, 5:161–5:162, 5:162, 5:210–5:211, 5:287, 5:287–5:288, 5:342–5:343
  • extracts from records of, 5:287–5:288
  • and Farell & Jones, 2:141, 2:142, 2:396, 2:424, 2:433, 2:466, 2:513, 3:211, 3:211n, 5:402n, 7:99, 7:99n, 7:174, 7:175
  • and Gilliam v. Fleming, 1:305n, 1:362, 1:365, 1:608, 2:84, 2:85, 2:130n, 2:141, 2:256, 2:369, 2:370, 2:397, 2:407, 2:425, 2:433, 2:434, 2:447, 2:448, 2:464–2:465, 2:465–2:466, 2:540, 3:44, 3:45, 3:84–3:86
  • and O. Hanbury’s executors, 5:299n
  • identified, 5:162–5:163n
  • and lottery for W. Byrd (1728–77), 9:545–9:546, 9:647
  • papers at Eppington, 5:90–5:91, 5:161–5:162, 5:162n, 5:210–5:211, 5:287, 5:287–5:288, 7:174, 9:545–9:546, 9:647
  • and Poplar Forest, 2:xliii, 4:318n
  • as P. Randolph’s executor, 4:647, 4:679
  • slaves of, 3:610n
  • as surety for J. Randolph, 4:616, 4:679
  • TJ as executor for, 7:174, 7:175n, 7:329, 7:372, 9:647
  • and TJ’s account with W. Welch, 2:514, 2:515n, 4:194–4:195
  • as trustee to the daughters of P. Ludwell, 7:329, 7:330n, 7:371–7:372

Wayne, Anthony, 3:325n

Wayne, Caleb P.

  • publishes Gazette of the United States, 7:702n

Wayt, Twyman

  • letters from accounted for, 3:655
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254

Wayt & Winn (Charlottesville firm)

  • TJ’s account with, 6:111n, 6:337

The Wealth of Nations (A. Smith), 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

weapons

  • underwater mines, 7:276, 7:278–7:279

weasels, 8:6

weather. See also meteorological observations

  • and climate change, 2:70–2:72, 4:189
  • cold, 2:177, 2:195, 2:302, 2:313, 4:85, 8:106, 8:214, 8:216, 8:216, 8:233, 8:236, 8:304, 8:304–8:305, 9:147, 9:341
  • drought, 1:213, 1:600, 1:657–1:658, 2:302, 2:313, 2:413, 2:417, 2:427, 2:436, 2:481, 2:491, 2:496, 2:661, 3:607, 4:32, 4:38, 6:119, 6:210, 6:210n, 6:267, 6:290, 6:331, 6:366, 6:397, 6:448, 6:544, 6:544, 6:605, 6:605, 7:167, 7:212, 8:454, 8:611, 8:697
  • effect on crops, 1:170, 1:285, 2:3, 2:302, 2:313, 2:491, 3:474, 3:630, 3:634, 4:32, 4:38, 4:623, 5:82, 5:296, 5:314, 5:610, 5:660–5:661, 6:119, 6:210, 6:290, 6:331, 6:531, 6:544, 6:544, 6:605, 7:167, 7:194, 7:400, 7:431, 7:601, 8:304, 8:366, 8:457, 8:697, 9:51, 9:254
  • effect on health, 7:194, 9:456–9:457
  • floods, 7:501–7:502, 7:601
  • hail, 6:267
  • heat, 4:26, 4:32, 6:204–6:205, 6:210, 6:215, 6:264, 6:274, 6:290, 8:71, 8:274, 8:304
  • hurricanes, 5:383, 5:383n, 9:51, 9:94–9:95, 9:96–9:97n, 9:404, 9:404n
  • ice, 4:480, 5:599, 8:214, 8:236, 9:370
  • in northern states, 4:85, 8:457
  • rain, 2:254, 2:325, 2:436, 2:491, 2:495, 2:496, 3:204–3:205, 3:630, 5:57, 5:57n, 5:82, 5:296, 5:314, 6:106–6:107, 6:210, 6:264, 6:290, 6:331, 6:524, 6:531, 6:531, 6:544, 6:605, 6:646, 8:305, 8:457, 9:112
  • snow, 2:32, 2:35, 2:70–2:71, 2:184, 3:392, 3:394, 3:437, 5:610, 6:621, 8:106, 8:132, 8:305, 8:316, 9:357, 9:443, 9:605
  • TJ on climate, 7:302, 9:310
  • in Va., 4:85, 7:601, 8:241, 8:304–8:305, 8:366, 9:122, 9:144, 9:443
  • in Washington, 4:26, 4:32
  • wind, 8:80, 8:80, 8:80, 8:81, 8:214

Weather Memorandum Book (Thomas Jefferson), 5:xlviii, 5:57n, 5:358 (illus.), 5:576n

weaving. See textiles

Webb, Mr. (Foster Webb’s heir)

  • and P. Mazzei’s property, 6:21

Webb, Foster

  • and P. Mazzei’s property, 5:598

Webber, Samuel, 7:217

Webster, Capt., 1:294

Webster, Daniel

  • visits Monticello, 4:596

Webster, Noah

  • writings of, 9:300n

Wedderburne, Mr. See Wilberforce, William

Wedgwood, Ralph, 2:xlii

Weekly Political Register (London newspaper), 5:370n, 5:384

Weekly Register (Baltimore newspaper), 4:177–178, 8:260, 8:566, 8:569–8:570

Weems, Jesse Ewell

  • delivers book to TJ, 8:633, 8:634, 8:638

Weems, Mason Locke

  • identified, 8:634n
  • invited to visit Monticello, 8:639
  • letters from, 8:633–8:634
  • letters to, 8:638–8:639
  • The Life of Doctor Benjamin Franklin, 8:633–8:634, 8:638, 8:639n
  • The Life of Gen. Francis Marion, 8:633, 8:634n, 8:638
  • opinion of B. Franklin, 8:633

Weightman, Roger Chew

  • conveys manuscript to J. Milligan, 8:628–8:629, 9:537–9:538
  • and fiorin grass, 4:159, 4:175, 4:192–4:193, 4:201
  • identified, 4:193n
  • letters from, 4:192–4:193
  • letters to, 4:201–4:202, 4:561
  • and newspaper account, 1:48
  • prints Senate proceedings, 1:49n
  • TJ orders books from, 4:201, 4:561
  • TJ pays, 4:555, 4:576, 4:634n

weights, measures, and coinage

  • TJ on, 4:147–4:149, 4:222–4:229, 5:92
  • TJ’s report on, 1:487, 1:487n
  • standard measures of, 9:223, 9:223, 9:223, 9:223
  • universal standard of, 4:147–4:149, 4:167, 4:167n, 4:222–4:229, 4:409–4:411, 5:92

Weiske, Benjamin

  • Commentarius Perpetuus et Plenus in Orationem M. Tullii Ciceronis pro M. Marcello, 9:87, 9:88n

Welch, Wakelin

  • identified, 2:515n
  • TJ’s account with, 2:349–2:350, 2:497–2:498, 2:499–2:500, 2:513–2:514, 2:514–2:515, 2:515, 4:149–4:150, 4:194–4:195, 4:195n
  • TJ’s bond to, 2:515, 3:55–3:56, 3:135

Weld, Isaac

  • and steamboat Thames, 9:134, 9:135n

Welles, Charles Fisher

  • identified, 1:428n
  • letters from, 1:428
  • letters to, 2:51–2:52
  • “Poem on Thomas Jefferson,” 1:431–1:433
  • praises TJ, 1:428, 1:431–1:432, 2:51–2:52

Wellesley, Richard Wellesley, Marquess

  • British foreign minister, 2:130, 2:131n, 2:325, 2:345, 2:366, 2:418, 2:419n, 2:480, 3:519, 3:519n, 3:577, 4:234, 4:271, 4:587, 5:156, 5:587, 7:41, 7:44n, 8:542, 8:543, 8:543, 8:544–8:545n

Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of (formerly Viscount)

  • compared to Duke of Marlborough, 8:683
  • converses about U.S., 7:540
  • converses with Madame de Staël Holstein, 9:326, 9:328n
  • defeats Napoleon, 8:652, 8:652n, 8:659–8:660
  • family of, 9:579
  • and M. Ney’s clemency plea, 9:393n
  • Peninsular campaigns of, 1:593n, 2:166n, 5:587–5:588, 6:515n
  • proclamation of, 7:423–7:424
  • troops of sent to Canada, 7:350
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:508

Wells, Thomas

  • and Albemarle Academy, 7:267, 7:282, 7:335, 7:339, 7:570
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254
  • TJ purchases land from, 4:386, 8:398

Wells, William Hill

  • as U.S. senator, 6:242n, 9:477n, 9:606–9:607

Welsh, George (TJ’s slave)

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

Wendover, Peter Hercules

  • identified, 8:229n
  • letter from, 8:228–8:229
  • letters to, 8:340–8:343, 8:344
  • on A. McLeod, 8:228
  • sends book to TJ, 8:228, 8:228, 8:344

Wermwag, Lewis, 5:559n

Werner, Abraham Gottlob

  • mineralogical theories of, 2:376, 2:377n, 2:551, 2:552n, 3:264n, 9:667

Wertmüller, Adolf Ulrich

  • Danäe and the Shower of Gold, 4:181, 4:182n

Wesley, Charles

  • quoted, 7:583, 7:590n

Wesley, John

  • biographies of, 7:26
  • and collegiate curriculum, 7:480

West, Benjamin

  • copies Titian painting, 4:181
  • The Fright of Astyanax, 8:136, 8:137n, 8:160, 8:195, 9:592, 9:593n
  • portrait of R. Fulton by, 9:405n
  • students of, 1:45n
  • T. Sully copies painting of, 3:625

West, Jane, 7:665

West, Robert

  • surety for bond, 4:231–4:232n

West, Samuel, 6:501

West, Thomas

  • surety for bond, 4:231–4:232n

Western Road. See Cumberland Road

West Florida. See also Florida

  • annexation of, 3:256–3:257, 3:264–3:265, 3:281–3:282, 3:325–3:326, 4:284n, 5:21n
  • landholders in, 4:15
  • Spain demands U.S. surrender of, 9:388–9:389
  • supplies arms and ammunition to Indians, 6:389
  • and War of 1812, 9:103, 9:103n, 9:128–9:129

Westham, Va.

  • ferry and landing at, 8:129, 8:130n, 8:145–8:146, 8:170, 8:171, 8:171n
  • original purchasers of lots in, 8:169–8:171, 8:171n
  • plan and survey of, 8:170, 8:171n
  • plank delivered to, 2:424, 2:434
  • proposed sale of, 8:129–8:130, 8:130n, 8:145, 8:169–8:171
  • TJ’s lots in, 4:63, 4:154, 8:129–8:130, 8:130n, 8:145, 8:146, 8:146n, 8:170

West India Company, 3:235, 3:236n, 3:484

West Indies

  • dependent on American supplies, 4:664
  • maps of, 8:77n
  • and non-importation, 3:638–3:639, 3:639n
  • slaves from, 3:319
  • sugar manufactured in, 8:317
  • TJ’s reputation in, 3:521
  • U.S. flour trade with, 7:69, 8:390

Westminster Hall (London), 7:126, 7:130n

Weston, Conn.

  • meteor falls on, 2:406

Westphalia, Treaty of (1648)

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

Westtown School (West Chester, Pa.)

  • coeducational Quaker institution, 9:540, 9:541n

Westwardmill Library Society (Brunswick Co.)

  • books for, 1:66–1:67, 1:205–1:206, 1:508

Weyers Cave, Va., 1:309, 1:309n

Whann, William

  • buys stove, 4:192
  • as cashier of Bank of Columbia, 7:334, 7:335n, 7:380, 7:381n, 8:499

Wharton, Joseph

  • and J. Adams, 4:484

wheat

  • amount grown by TJ, 2:151
  • at Belmont estate, 3:171
  • for brewing beer, 8:439
  • as cash crop, 3:348, 8:305, 8:610, 9:594
  • Caspian, 4:49
  • as crop, 6:119, 6:132–6:133, 8:109, 8:304, 8:305
  • at Edgehill, 6:620
  • effect of Embargo Act (1813) on, 7:78
  • effect of Embargo on, 4:622, 4:664
  • effect of war on, 5:191
  • effect of weather on, 1:93, 1:285, 2:417, 3:474, 3:630, 3:634, 4:32, 4:376, 4:623, 5:82, 5:314, 5:610, 6:210, 6:366, 6:544, 6:544, 6:605, 7:240, 7:400
  • as fodder, 8:32, 8:126, 8:129, 8:163
  • ground at Shadwell Mill, 3:156–3:157, 3:640–3:642, 3:642–3:643, 3:644
  • ground for TJ, 8:48, 8:118–8:119, 8:157
  • harvesting of, 8:547
  • in Italy, 9:470
  • R. Jefferson’s crop, 4:183
  • at Lego, 2:239, 2:240, 3:191
  • from lost trunk, 1:347
  • J. Madison’s crop, 7:360
  • at Monticello, 4:93, 4:95, 4:376, 4:623, 5:444–5:445, 6:156, 6:290, 6:366, 6:544, 6:605, 6:620, 7:166–7:167, 7:461, 7:710, 8:185, 8:284, 8:284, 9:313, 9:594, 9:604
  • as payment for debts, 7:387, 9:40
  • at Poplar Forest, 2:96, 2:217, 2:495, 3:341, 3:371, 3:392, 3:394, 4:86, 4:87, 4:94, 4:95, 4:165, 4:165–4:166n, 4:170–4:171, 4:184, 4:307–4:308, 4:341–4:342, 4:373, 4:379, 5:306, 5:340, 5:382, 5:470–5:471, 5:475, 5:481–5:482, 6:331, 6:486, 6:544, 7:94–7:95, 7:400, 7:461, 8:10, 8:69, 8:70, 8:70, 8:71, 8:132, 8:158, 8:173, 8:174n, 8:186, 8:186n, 8:203, 8:284, 8:417, 8:542, 8:610, 8:611, 8:697, 9:51, 9:51, 9:313, 9:505, 9:594, 9:604
  • price of, 3:328, 3:371, 3:413, 5:120–5:121, 5:296, 5:337, 5:357, 5:381, 5:438, 5:440–5:441, 5:610, 6:472, 6:620–6:621, 7:78, 7:166–7:167, 8:105, 8:109, 8:126, 8:129, 8:167, 8:173, 8:272, 8:305, 8:417
  • price of in France, 1:373
  • price of in Great Britain, 1:82
  • price of in Richmond, 4:86, 4:87, 4:91, 4:94, 4:95, 4:104–4:105, 4:165, 4:165–4:166n, 4:184, 5:115, 7:86, 8:694
  • prospects for coming harvest, 2:313, 2:367, 2:495, 2:496, 8:585
  • Remarks on the Smut and Mildew of Wheat (Fothergill), 1:72, 1:72n
  • rust damages, 7:461
  • seeds, 8:158, 8:173, 8:174n
  • at Shadwell, 2:213, 2:239, 2:240
  • at Shadwell mills, 1:108–1:109, 1:282, 1:421, 5:120–5:121, 5:499, 8:207
  • TJ’s income from, 4:86, 4:87, 4:94, 4:95, 4:165, 4:165–4:166n, 4:170–4:171, 4:184, 4:307–4:308, 4:341–4:342, 5:401, 5:623, 7:166–7:167
  • at Tufton, 2:112, 2:112, 2:116, 2:371
  • weevils destroy, 8:643, 8:645n

Wheaton, Henry

  • identified, 3:46–3:47n
  • letters from, 3:46–3:47, 4:422–4:423, 5:163
  • letters to, 3:137–3:138, 3:157, 4:494–4:495, 5:219
  • An Oration, Delivered before the Tammany Society, 3:46, 3:137, 3:157
  • sends address to TJ, 4:422–4:423, 4:494–4:495
  • and TJ’s batture pamphlet, 5:163, 5:219

Wheaton, Joseph

  • dispute with postmaster general, 7:347, 7:347n
  • establishes mail route to New Orleans, 7:347
  • identified, 1:352n
  • letters from, 1:350–1:352, 7:135, 7:347
  • letters to, 7:156
  • and office of quartermaster general, 7:135, 7:156

wheelbarrows, 2:546, 2:547

Wheeler, Guy C.

  • ship captain, 9:57, 9:269, 9:272

Wheeler, Micajah

  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254

Whipple, Oliver

  • identified, 2:320–2:321n
  • letters from, 2:319–2:321
  • letters to accounted for, 2:321n
  • pro-Republican writings of, 2:320
  • seeks an appointment, 2:319–2:320

whip-poor-wills, 8:6

whips, 6:344, 6:344, 6:346, 6:347

whiskey

  • accidents involving manufacture of, 1:465, 3:359
  • distilled, 7:240, 8:70
  • mentioned, 8:109
  • at Monticello, 8:xlvii–8:xlviii, 8:30–8:31
  • negative effects of, 9:329, 9:512
  • price of, 3:550
  • taxes on, 4:483
  • Tennessee, 1:31
  • TJ orders, 6:344, 6:346, 6:346, 6:346, 6:347, 7:491n, 9:483

Whiskey Rebellion, 2:385, 2:387n, 2:617, 3:80, 3:82n, 6:254, 6:256n, 6:419, 6:426

Whit, Jones

  • letters from accounted for, 6:119, 6:122n

Whitbread, Samuel

  • in British parliament, 8:599n
  • friend of G. Flower, 9:679

Whitby, Henry, 1:228n

White, Mr. (of Tuckabatchee), 1:351

White, Mr. (of Washington), 8:592, 8:592

White, Hugh

  • identified, 4:620–4:621n
  • letters from, 4:620–4:621
  • letters to, 4:673
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254
  • sends work to J. Madison, 4:621n
  • sends work to TJ, 4:620, 4:673

White, Hugh Lawson

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

White, Isaac

  • purchases TJ’s flour, 8:492

White, James

  • invents spinning machine, 5:151, 5:154n

White, John Blake

  • identified, 4:106n
  • letters from, 4:105–4:107
  • letters to accounted for, 4:107n
  • An Oration, Delivered in the Third Episcopal Church, before the Inhabitants of Charleston, South-Carolina, On the 4th March, 1815, in commemoration of the adoption of the Federal Constitution, 8:315
  • and Seventy-Six Association, 4:105, 4:106n

White, Josiah, 5:559n

White, Patrick, 3:211

White, Stephen

  • Collateral Bee-Boxes. Or, a New, Easy, and Advantageous Method of Managing Bees, 8:388

White, T.

  • and gunpowder for TJ, 6:147, 6:147, 6:186

White, William

  • as commissioner of loans, 5:26n

“White Cockade” (song), 7:227

white currants, 5:369

Whitefield, George

  • religious beliefs of, 7:26, 7:26, 7:27n, 7:480, 7:706n
  • TJ on, 7:705, 7:706n

White House. See President’s House

Whitehurst, John, 2:319n

white jasmine (white jessamine), 3:354, 3:355n

white lead, 1:55n, 1:77, 5:33

whites

  • number at Monticello, 3:202
  • taxes on, 7:708, 9:430

Whiteside, Jenkin

  • resigns from U.S. senate, 4:200
  • takes trunks to Washington, 2:72

Whiting, John, 3:63

Whitlock, Mrs.

  • and P. Mazzei’s property, 5:562, 5:598
  • mentioned, 4:291

Whitlocke, Izard B., 5:570n, 5:570n

Whitlow, Charles

  • botanical collection of, 4:427
  • identified, 4:427–4:428n
  • patents substitute for flax and hemp, 4:427, 4:667, 5:22
  • and proposed Washington botanical garden, 4:426–4:427, 4:563–4:564n
  • and Urtica Whitlowi (wood nettle), 4:427–4:428n, 5:22

Whitner, Benjamin Franklin

  • identified, 1:112n
  • letters from, 1:112

Whittington, Thomas

  • identified, 5:341n
  • letters to, 5:341
  • and TJ’s land dispute with S. Scott, 5:229, 5:341, 5:361, 5:361n

Whittle, Robert, 1:16

  • A New Juvenile Atlas, and familiar introduction to the use of maps, 8:76, 8:77n, 8:78n

Whitton, Mr., 5:663

The Whole Art of Husbandry (Mortimer), 6:380

The Whole Works of the late Rev. James Hervey (Hervey), 2:322n

Wickham, Mr.

  • provides legal counsel, 9:93

Wickham, John

  • and batture controversy, 2:395, 2:398, 2:401, 2:406, 2:414, 2:414–2:415, 2:416–2:417, 2:427, 2:432, 2:549, 3:331
  • counsel for A. Randolph’s executor, 4:647
  • and O. Hanbury’s executors, 3:195, 5:298, 5:299n
  • identified, 2:395–2:396n
  • letters from, 2:395–2:396, 2:406–2:407
  • letters to, 2:398
  • and Livingston v. Jefferson, 4:304n, 5:299n, 9:450n
  • and W. Short’s land, 4:268
  • and TJ’s debt to W. Welch, 2:350n, 2:497, 2:513
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:624

Wickham, William

  • and P. I. Barziza, 9:230, 9:282

Wickliff, John. See Wycliffe, John

Wieland, Christoph Martin

  • on authenticity of Homer’s works, 9:86
  • edits Der Teutsche Merkur, 9:86, 9:88n
  • popularity of, 9:84

Wilberforce, William

  • and antislavery, 3:319, 3:320, 3:513–3:514, 3:514n
  • and peace negotiations, 8:381

Wilde, Richard Henry

  • as U.S. congressman, 9:550, 9:551–9:552n

The Wild Irish Boy (Maturin), 1:391, 1:397n

Wiley, David, 2:543, 2:544n

Wiley, John, 5:49

Wilkerson, John. See Wilkinson (Wilkerson), John

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

Wilkin, James Whitney

  • identified, 1:80n
  • letters from, 1:79–1:80
  • letters from accounted for, 1:80n
  • letters to accounted for, 1:125n
  • and N.Y. state legislature, 1:79–1:80, 1:125n

Wilkins, David

  • Leges Anglo-Saxonicæ ecclesiasticæ & civilies, 7:126, 7:127

Wilkinson, Benjamin, 2:122n

Wilkinson, James

  • acquaintances in La., 5:524
  • aide to, 2:244
  • and E. Bacon, 3:358, 3:428, 3:428–3:431
  • and batture controversy, 2:435, 2:444n, 3:25
  • as brigadier general, 3:544
  • and A. Burr trial, 1:426, 1:427–1:428n, 3:344n, 4:412–4:413
  • H. Cassidy’s accusation of corruption, 4:70–4:71
  • Congress investigates, 3:324, 3:325n, 3:358, 3:428–3:431
  • correspondence with TJ, 3:358, 3:428–3:431, 3:519, 3:543
  • court-martial of, 4:398, 4:412–4:413, 4:480, 4:481n, 4:542, 5:635, 5:637n, 5:641
  • identified, 3:325n
  • letters from, 3:323–3:325
  • letters to, 3:440–3:441
  • Memoirs of General Wilkinson, 3:78–3:79, 3:100–3:102, 3:323–3:324, 3:325n, 3:359, 3:440–3:441, 3:543
  • military order issued by, 7:610n
  • J. Monroe on, 2:43
  • as New Orleans commissioner, 1:179n
  • and G. Prevost’s threats against U.S., 6:641n
  • public sentiment toward, 3:323–3:325, 3:359–3:360
  • removal of rumored, 2:45, 2:46n
  • report to War Department, 5:353, 5:354–5:355n
  • TJ on, 4:412–4:413
  • War of 1812 service of, 6:242, 6:294n, 6:530, 6:619, 6:645, 6:645, 7:8, 7:10, 7:13n, 7:14, 7:61, 7:228, 8:216, 8:263

Wilkinson, James Biddle

  • address to citizens of Mobile, 6:503n
  • anonymous letter concerning, 6:503
  • and conflicts of interest, 4:71n
  • death of, 6:503n

Wilkinson (Wilkerson), John

  • Campbell Co. landholder, 2:324n, 4:309n, 4:680, 4:683n, 5:34, 5:40, 5:48, 5:49, 5:49

Will (William) (TJ’s slave; b. 1753)

  • delivers book, 6:94
  • hat for, 7:124
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:382, 4:384, 4:385, 5:461, 5:462, 6:308, 6:308, 6:308, 6:308, 6:309, 6:309, 8:60, 8:61, 8:61, 8:61, 8:61, 8:61, 8:61, 8:62, 8:62, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255
  • tasks for, 4:380, 7:461, 7:461

Willard (slave), 4:231–4:232n

Willard, Joseph, 7:217

Willcox, Joseph

  • federal marshal, 1:278, 1:279n

Willdenow, Karl Ludwig

  • and botanical classification, 7:209
  • Species Plantarum, 8:429, 8:430n

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

William (TJ’s slave), 3:392, 3:392n

William (TJ’s slave; b. 1801). See Hern, William (TJ’s slave; b. 1801)

William III, king of Great Britain

  • and land tax, 2:571
  • reign of, 7:477, 8:551
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502

William IV, stadtholder of the Netherlands

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

William V, stadtholder of the Netherlands

  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:504

William and Mary, College of

  • criticized, 2:384
  • expulsion and readmission, 1:251, 4:107–4:108, 4:108n, 4:161–4:163
  • faculty of, 1:251n, 1:634n, 3:xlvii, 3:381n, 5:373, 5:373, 5:374n, 5:469, 6:598, 8:609, 9:684
  • longitude of, 4:246
  • minerals lent to, 2:551
  • perceived threats to, 8:317
  • president of, 4:235, 4:236n, 5:469, 5:469n, 5:577, 5:579n, 6:606, 7:127, 7:130n, 8:317, 9:396n, 9:435–9:436
  • professors at, 4:108, 4:246, 4:369
  • proposed sale of land by, 2:534–2:535, 2:671
  • riots at, 9:397, 9:398n
  • slaves at, 9:490
  • textbooks of, 7:4, 8:294, 9:396
  • TJ attends, 4:598, 7:546
  • TJ on, 4:162, 6:606, 7:127, 7:606, 7:636, 8:200, 8:200n, 9:397, 9:398n, 9:608
  • G. Wythe’s lectures at, 3:205–3:206, 3:228

William of Lindholm

  • and E. Aram’s murder trial, 7:376

William of York

  • and E. Aram’s murder trial, 7:377

Williams, Benjamin & George (Baltimore firm)

  • J. A. Morton’s agents, 4:629, 4:631n, 4:666, 4:684, 5:27–5:28, 5:59–5:60

Williams, David (1738–1816)

  • Claims of Literature, 3:207, 3:208n
  • Lectures on Political Principles, 3:38, 3:40n, 3:87, 3:189, 3:334
  • Letters on Political Liberty, 3:189, 3:190n, 3:207

Williams, David (of New York)

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

Williams, David Rogerson

  • military appointment of, 6:250–6:251

Williams, E. (N.Y. firm), 4:662

Williams, Eleazer

  • Gaiatonsera Ionteweienstakwa Ongwe Onwe Gawennontakon: A Spelling-Book in the Language of the Seven Iroquois Nations, 7:182n
  • Good News to the Iroquois Nation, 7:181n, 7:281n

Williams, Francis

  • and G. Ticknor’s correspondence, 9:196

Williams, George

  • and T. Kosciuszko’s American investments, 6:91–6:92, 6:118, 6:166, 6:211–6:212, 6:212, 6:239–6:240, 6:240, 6:262, 6:263, 6:546, 6:546, 6:558, 6:606, 6:607n, 7:10, 7:46, 7:169, 7:189
  • and payment for wine, 6:240

Williams, Henry, 3:143

Williams, Indiana Fletcher, 3:610n

Williams, James Ernest

  • naval commander, 6:468

Williams, John

  • and coffee for TJ, 4:662, 4:687, 5:41–5:42
  • letters from, 4:662, 5:41–5:42
  • letters to, 4:687

Williams, Jonathan

  • and altitude calculations, 9:10, 9:10n, 9:71–9:72, 9:72n, 9:172n, 9:187, 9:193, 9:193–9:194n, 9:313
  • and American Philosophical Society, 3:94n, 7:437n, 9:12n
  • gun for, 1:294
  • identified, 3:94–3:95n
  • letters from, 3:93–3:96, 8:40–8:41
  • letters from accounted for, 6:507n
  • and F. De Masson, 8:249–8:250, 8:250, 8:250
  • and recommendation for C. Despinville, 4:374
  • on sale of TJ’s library to Congress, 8:40–8:41
  • Thermometrical Navigation, 3:95n
  • and United States Military Philosophical Society, 6:507n, 7:48n, 9:192n
  • on U.S. Military Academy, 3:93–3:94
  • on water temperature and navigation, 3:93, 3:95n

Williams, Nathan

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

Williams, Robert, 1:25

Williams, Samuel (1743–1817)

  • age of, 8:143n, 8:282–8:283, 8:350, 8:350n
  • as educator, 8:283, 8:283
  • The Natural and Civil History of Vermont, 1:581, 2:71, 8:282–8:283, 8:350, 8:413–8:414
  • as patron of Count Rumford, 8:283

Williams, Samuel (of London)

  • accused of conspiracy, 4:83, 4:628
  • forwards correspondence, 8:549–8:550, 8:684

Williams, Thomas D.

  • letters from, 2:673–2:674
  • proposed canal, 2:673–2:674

Williams, Thomas Hill

  • identified, 5:392n
  • letters from, 5:392
  • and TJ’s batture pamphlet, 5:392

Williams, William Clayton, 3:45

Williamsburg, Va.

  • latitude of, 4:98
  • longitude of, 4:246, 4:246
  • meeting at Raleigh Tavern, 9:367–9:368
  • newspapers in, 1:370n
  • TJ meets P. Henry in, 4:598

Williamson, George

  • identified, 1:597n
  • letters from, 1:597
  • The Principles of Health: Elements of hygiene, 1:597n
  • sends prospectus to TJ, 1:597

Williamson, Hugh

  • The History of North Carolina, 9:178, 9:179n
  • identified, 8:603–8:604n
  • letter from, 8:603–8:604
  • letter to, 8:675
  • and Literary and Philosophical Society of New-York, 8:603, 8:675
  • Observations on the Climate in Different Parts of America, 2:71, 2:71–2:72n

Williamson, Peregrine

  • patent of for manufacturing shot, 8:97–8:98, 8:98n

Williamson, Thomas

  • and bet about TJ, 5:494, 5:503–5:504
  • identified, 5:494n
  • letters from, 5:494
  • letters to, 5:503–5:504

Willich, Anthony F. M.

  • Domestic encyclopædia (ed. Mease), 1:18, 1:19n, 1:252, 1:252n

Willie, William, 3:191

Willis (TJ’s slave; b. 1806)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:388
  • on smallpox vaccination list, 9:717

Willis, Francis (1744–91)

  • TJ’s college friend, 4:516, 4:517

Willis, Francis (b. 1768)

  • identified, 4:517n
  • letters from accounted for, 4:516n
  • letters to, 4:516–4:517
  • seeks military appointment, 4:516–4:517

Willis, John, 2:105, 2:106n

Willis, Nelly Conway Madison (John Willis’s wife), 2:106n

Willis Creek tract (Cumberland Co.)

  • title to lands at, 2:170n, 2:184, 2:186n, 4:519–4:520

Willis’s Mountain

  • and altitude of Peaks of Otter, 9:156
  • J. W. Eppes views, 3:195
  • and phenomenon of looming, 8:298
  • surveying of, 9:687
  • TJ plans to visit, 4:132
  • TJ takes latitude of, 4:344–4:346, 4:369

willow

  • golden, 3:353, 3:354
  • weeping, 1:61, 3:353, 3:354

Wills, Matthew

  • boats of, transfer goods, 4:548–4:549
  • and fish for TJ, 4:668, 4:677
  • identified, 4:549n
  • letters from, 4:668
  • letters to, 4:548–4:549, 4:677

Willson, Mr.

  • Albemarle Co. school of, 8:624

Wilmer, James Jones

  • An Address delivered in Havre-de-Grace, June 4, 1812, 5:226, 5:227n, 5:288
  • identified, 5:226–5:227n
  • letters from, 5:226–5:227
  • letters to, 5:288
  • sends works to TJ, 5:226, 5:227n

Wilmington, Del.

  • wool from TJ’s flock analyzed at, 2:252, 2:492

Wilson, Mr. (Maryland clothier), 1:16

Wilson, Alexander

  • American Ornithology, 2:483n, 3:623n, 4:289, 7:626, 8:22, 8:22–8:23n, 8:671, 8:672n, 9:59–9:60, 9:130
  • American Philosophical Society membership diploma for, 6:115n
  • publishes account of M. Lewis’s death, 7:63, 7:64n

Wilson, Henry, 1:515, 1:517n

Wilson, James P.

  • American Philosophical Society membership diploma for, 6:115–6:116n

Wilson, John (of Rockbridge Co.)

  • as sheriff, 8:123, 8:123n

Wilson, John (of Washington)

  • identified, 6:355n
  • letters from, 6:354–6:355, 7:398, 8:114–8:118
  • letters to, 6:413–6:415, 7:446, 8:123–8:124
  • and salaries of federal clerks, 8:114–8:118, 8:123–8:124
  • sends book manuscript, 6:354–6:355, 6:355n, 6:413
  • A Volume for all Libraries … Being a System of Philological Entertainments, 6:355n, 6:415n, 6:415n, 7:398, 7:446

Wilson, Peter

  • identified, 9:373n
  • letter from accounted for, 9:373n
  • letter to, 9:372–9:373
  • linguistic studies of, 9:372–9:373

Wilson, Thomas

  • identified, 2:370n
  • letters from accounted for, 2:370n
  • letters to, 2:369–2:370
  • and J. Wayles estate, 2:369–2:370, 2:540–2:541, 3:45, 3:86
  • and Westham land, 8:129, 8:145, 8:146, 8:146n, 8:169, 8:171

Wiltz, Françoise, 3:476, 3:477n, 3:478n, 3:485

Winchester, James

  • and Battle of River Raisin, 5:637n, 5:645, 5:646n, 5:648, 6:645, 8:222, 8:222, 8:263
  • and command of Northwest Army, 5:396, 5:642–5:643
  • rumored death and mutilation of, 8:222, 8:227n

Winchester, Va.

  • chancery court at, 6:268
  • Republican Constellation, 2:120, 2:120n, 2:174

Winckelmann, Johann Joachim

  • art scholar, 9:84, 9:88n
  • Geschichte der Kunst des Alterthums, 9:698

Winder, Levin, 6:155n

Winder, Rider Henry

  • Remarks on a Pamphlet, entitled “An Enquiry respecting the Capture of Washington by the British, on the 24th of August, 1814, with, &c. &c. by Spectator”, 9:710, 9:710n

Winder, William Henry

  • and Battle of Bladensburg, 7:623, 7:623, 7:656n, 8:155
  • brother’s pamphlet defending, 9:710, 9:710n
  • and defense of Baltimore, 7:623, 7:656n, 8:153
  • and defense of Washington, D.C., 8:153, 8:176, 8:264, 9:710, 9:710n
  • military experience of, 6:528
  • and Niagara Campaign, 5:410, 5:533–5:540

windmills, 1:647–1:648, 2:458–2:460, 2:460–2:461, 2:479, 8:80–8:81, 8:82n, 8:367, 8:458, 8:546–8:547

wine. See also grapes; Monticello (TJ’s estate): viticulture at; viticulture

  • Albaflor, 1:345, 1:365–1:366, 1:366, 1:366, 4:4, 4:529–4:530, 4:530n, 6:163
  • Arruda, 3:240, 3:241n
  • Banyalbufar, 1:366, 1:366
  • Barsac, 9:209, 9:513n
  • Beaumes, 9:513n
  • Bellet, 9:471–9:472, 9:569
  • Blanquefort, 9:513n
  • books on, 2:82, 2:83n, 8:411
  • Bordeaux, 9:288
  • brandy added to, 2:221, 2:222, 2:223, 2:339, 3:240
  • burgundy, 1:257, 1:586, 2:339, 4:176–4:177, 9:288, 9:288n, 9:348, 9:513
  • Calon, 9:513n
  • Cantenac, 9:513n
  • Cape, 9:513
  • Carbonnieux, 9:513n
  • Carrasqueira, 3:240, 3:241n
  • champagne, 9:209, 9:288, 9:513
  • cisterns for storage of, 9:466, 9:468n
  • claret, 2:191, 8:232, 9:512, 9:513, 9:513n
  • cognac, 1:32
  • Condrieu, 9:513
  • Côte-Rôtie, 9:513
  • currant, 2:221–2:222, 5:323–5:324, 5:369, 8:82, 9:348
  • as dysentery remedy, 1:483
  • of Faial (Fayal), 9:513
  • of Florence, 9:359
  • French, 1:313n, 1:387, 2:339, 8:570–8:571, 8:571–8:572, 8:572
  • friendship compared to, 9:76
  • glasses for, 6:344
  • Graves, 9:513, 9:513n
  • Haut-Brion, Château, 9:513n
  • Hermitage, 8:570–8:571, 8:571, 8:572, 9:209, 9:209–9:210, 9:212n, 9:323, 9:421, 9:421, 9:470, 9:513, 9:569
  • Hock, 9:513
  • Italian, 1:387
  • Lafite, Château, 9:513n
  • Langon, 9:513n
  • Latour, Château, 9:513n
  • Léoville, 9:513n
  • Madeira, 1:155, 1:387, 1:397, 2:221, 8:571, 8:571, 9:263, 9:288, 9:421, 9:513
  • of Málaga, 9:513
  • Malmsey, 9:513
  • Margaux, 9:513n
  • as medicine, 8:232
  • Médoc, 9:513, 9:513n
  • Montepulciano, 9:350–9:351, 9:351n, 9:416, 9:671
  • Moscadello de Montalcino, 3:377
  • Moselle, 9:513
  • of Nice, 8:571, 8:571, 8:572, 9:210, 9:323, 9:421, 9:421, 9:470, 9:569, 9:570, 9:573n
  • Noyau, 1:155, 1:156n
  • Oeiras, 3:240, 3:241n
  • Pajarete (Pacharetti), 8:571, 8:571, 9:513
  • Palus, 9:513
  • C. W. Peale produces, 5:323–5:324
  • Podensac (Podenac), 9:513n
  • port, 1:483, 8:232, 9:263, 9:313, 9:324, 9:325, 9:366, 9:402, 9:474, 9:602, 9:659
  • Portuguese, 2:165, 2:166n, 8:571, 8:571, 8:662, 9:77, 9:98, 9:133, 9:313, 9:324, 9:325n, 9:513
  • Preignac, 9:513n
  • price of, 8:572
  • production of, 9:198, 9:198, 9:311
  • recipe for, 2:222
  • requested from TJ, 8:232
  • of Rivesaltes, 8:571, 9:421
  • of Roussillon, 8:571, 8:571, 8:572, 9:323, 9:421, 9:421, 9:470, 9:570
  • St. Bris, 9:513n
  • St. George (Agiorgitiko), 3:505, 9:513n
  • Sanlúcar, 9:513
  • Sauternes, 9:209, 9:513n
  • sent to TJ, 1:281–1:282, 2:221, 2:292, 2:330, 2:338–2:339, 4:34, 4:215, 4:219, 4:220, 4:220, 4:487, 4:522, 4:530, 9:348, 9:366, 9:401–9:402, 9:573n, 9:602, 9:659, 9:660
  • served at Monticello, 8:235, 8:241
  • sherry, 8:571, 8:571, 8:662, 9:77, 9:98, 9:313, 9:324, 9:513
  • of Sicily, 9:513
  • Spanish, 8:571, 8:571, 8:571, 9:513
  • storage of at Monticello, 8:xlvii
  • straw, 9:209, 9:212n
  • subsidy for production of, 9:426
  • sugar added to, 2:220–2:221, 2:223, 2:330, 2:338, 2:339
  • tariff on, 9:512–9:513, 9:513, 9:513n
  • tavern charges for, 9:19, 9:19
  • of Tenerife, 9:324, 9:366, 9:401–9:402, 9:499, 9:513, 9:602, 9:659, 9:660
  • Termo, 3:240, 3:241n, 9:263
  • Tokay, 9:513
  • TJ arranges delivery of, 9:313, 9:351, 9:370, 9:402, 9:416, 9:449, 9:499, 9:659
  • TJ orders from T. Appleton, 9:350–9:351, 9:351n, 9:359, 9:416
  • TJ orders from S. Cathalan, 8:570–8:572, 8:572, 8:587, 8:589, 8:590n, 8:603, 8:627, 8:632, 8:633n, 8:670, 9:186, 9:209–9:210, 9:212n, 9:276, 9:323, 9:420–9:421, 9:470, 9:471–9:472, 9:569–9:570, 9:570
  • TJ orders from J. F. Oliveira Fernandes, 9:263, 9:313, 9:324–9:325, 9:325, 9:366, 9:370, 9:401–9:402, 9:449, 9:499, 9:594, 9:602, 9:659, 9:660
  • TJ orders from H. Sheaff, 8:662, 9:77, 9:98, 9:130
  • TJ orders from P. Walsh, 3:505, 3:512, 4:189, 4:528–4:529, 4:529–4:530, 4:592, 4:666, 6:240
  • TJ purchases from B. Skelton estate, 2:466
  • TJ’s biblical allusion to, 3:606
  • TJ’s notes on consumption of, 9:474
  • at U.S. Marine Hospital, 1:299
  • white, 2:191, 8:662

Wingate, Edmund

  • ed. Britton, 1:383, 3:546
  • Maximes of Reason: or, the Reason of the Common Law of England, 7:147–7:148

Wingate, Paine

  • identified, 8:667n
  • letter to, from W. Wingate, 8:665–8:667

Wingate, William

  • identified, 8:392n
  • letter from, to P. Wingate, 8:665–8:667
  • letters from, 8:391–8:392, 8:405–8:408, 8:423–8:424, 8:665–8:667, 9:653–9:654
  • letters to, 8:441
  • plan for political and religious renewal, 8:391–8:392, 8:405–8:408, 8:423–8:424, 8:441, 8:665
  • reports revelations from God, 8:665–8:667
  • seeks federal appointment, 8:407, 8:667, 9:653–9:654
  • sends book to TJ, 9:653

Wingfield, Charles

  • conducts funeral, 4:135–4:136, 4:136, 4:155–4:156
  • identified, 4:136n
  • and Jefferson v. Michie, 6:576n
  • letters from, 4:136, 4:155–4:156
  • letters to, 4:135–4:136
  • letters to accounted for, 4:156n
  • witnesses document, 5:570n

Wingfield, Christopher

  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254

Winn, John

  • as agent for C. Massie, 9:269
  • and Albemarle Academy, 7:267, 7:282, 7:293, 7:335, 7:339, 7:339, 7:427, 7:535, 7:570, 7:571
  • and Albemarle Volunteer Company subscription, 5:344
  • Charlottesville postmaster, 4:48, 4:48n, 5:364
  • identified, 2:201n
  • letters from, 2:201, 6:111
  • merchant, 6:54n
  • requests lead from TJ, 6:111
  • seeks lime, 2:201
  • vouches for O. Norris, 3:465

Winston, Edmund

  • and P. Henry’s eloquence, 7:493, 7:494

Winston, Isaac

  • and H. Marks’s estate, 4:511, 5:428, 6:135

Winston, Samuel L.

  • clerk to I. Briggs, 9:474–9:475

Winston, William B.

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

Winston, William O.

  • and P. Henry’s eloquence, 7:493

Winston & Lyons (firm), 2:397

Winter Evenings, 7:665

A Winter in Washington: or, Memoirs of the Seymour Family (Margaret Bayard Smith), 1:10n, 1:397n

winter melon

  • TJ on, 2:302

Winters, Elisha

  • Ark. landholder, 4:70–4:71

Winters, Gabriel

  • Ark. landholder, 4:70–4:71

Winthrop, James Bowdoin. See Bowdoin (Winthrop), James

Winthrop, John (1588–1649)

  • A Journal Of the Transactions and Occurrences in the settlement of Massachusetts and the other New-England Colonies, 5:387, 5:390n, 5:508–5:509

Winthrop, John (1714–79), 7:217

Winthrop, John (1778–1819)

  • and G. Stuart’s portrait of TJ, 8:389

Wirt, Elizabeth Washington Gamble (William Wirt’s wife), 2:470

Wirt, William

  • and American biographies, 7:411, 7:412n, 7:446, 7:447n, 8:619–8:621, 8:641–8:646
  • and batture controversy, 3:331, 3:332, 3:475–3:476, 3:481–3:483, 3:483–3:488, 5:16
  • and Central College, 8:317
  • consults with TJ on batture case, 2:414, 2:416–2:417, 2:427, 2:428, 2:473, 2:474–2:475, 2:511, 3:45–3:46, 3:226–3:227
  • discusses batture case with D. Carr, 2:469–2:470, 2:493, 2:494
  • drafts address to TJ, 1:611n
  • drafts batture pleadings, 3:397, 3:397–3:400, 3:400–3:401, 3:401–3:404, 3:404–3:407, 3:407–3:410, 3:410–3:411
  • and W. Duane, 3:507, 3:509n, 3:509n, 3:515, 3:540, 3:549–3:550, 3:563–3:564, 3:573–3:574, 3:585, 3:586, 3:591–3:592, 3:593–3:594n, 3:601–3:603, 3:626–3:627, 3:634, 3:634n
  • endorses silk-manufacturing project, 1:341–1:342, 1:355, 1:424
  • as examiner of The Statutes at Large (W. W. Hening), 8:349n
  • and Henderson case, 6:573, 6:573
  • identified, 1:341–1:342n
  • and inkstand for TJ, 5:38, 5:39n, 5:111
  • letters from, 1:341–1:342, 2:155–2:156, 2:414, 2:493, 2:675–2:677, 3:549–3:550, 3:573–3:575, 3:626–3:627, 4:615–4:617, 5:263, 7:492–7:496, 8:351, 8:619–8:621
  • letters from accounted for, 2:494n
  • The Letters of the British Spy, 4:471, 4:472n, 4:560, 8:140, 8:671, 8:672n
  • letters to, 2:314, 2:401–2:402, 2:474–2:475, 2:494, 3:47, 3:481–3:483, 3:515, 3:545–3:546, 3:563–3:564, 3:601, 3:601–3:604, 4:596–4:598, 5:242–5:243, 6:351, 7:544–7:551, 8:333, 8:483–8:484, 8:641–8:646
  • and Livingston v. Jefferson, 4:596–4:597, 4:679
  • Notes on Membership in the Virginia House of Burgesses and the Rhode Island Stamp Act Resolves, 8:621–8:623
  • recommended as attorney general, 1:626
  • Sketches of the Life and Character of Patrick Henry, 2:155–2:156, 2:314, 4:596, 4:604n, 4:605, 7:551, 8:140, 8:619–8:621, 9:219–9:220, 9:220n, 9:407
  • and Theological Seminary of Virginia, 9:379n
  • and suit of A. Randolph’s executors, 4:597
  • TJ hires as counsel, 2:398, 2:401–2:402, 2:406, 2:494
  • TJ pays, 4:594, 4:596, 4:597n, 4:615, 4:618, 6:337
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:624
  • and TJ’s land dispute with S. Scott, 5:239, 5:242–5:243, 5:263, 5:337, 5:361, 6:351, 8:328, 8:333, 8:351
  • and TJ’s List of Authorities cited in Statement on the Batture Case, 3:545–3:546, 3:546–3:547
  • and TJ’s recollections of P. Henry, 4:595–4:596, 4:597, 4:598–4:605, 4:616, 7:493–7:495, 7:544–7:550, 8:140, 8:619, 8:620, 8:620, 8:621n, 8:642, 8:643–8:644, 8:645
  • and TJ’s Statement of Facts in the Batture Case, 3:481–3:483, 3:499
  • and TJ’s statement on the batture case, 2:545, 2:568, 2:657, 2:660, 2:675–2:677, 3:42–3:43, 3:47, 3:47–3:49, 3:152, 3:203, 3:226

Wise, Thomas

  • The Newest Young Man’s Companion, 8:388

Wiseham, William

  • and W. Ronald’s estate, 2:185

Wistar, Caspar

  • and American Philosophical Society, 1:100, 1:677, 6:516, 8:103, 8:193, 8:194n, 8:202, 8:246, 8:247n, 8:247, 8:445, 8:449n
  • anatomical studies of, 6:253, 8:447–8:448, 8:449n
  • and J. Corrêa da Serra, 5:8, 6:252–6:253, 6:253, 6:415, 7:608, 8:243, 9:66, 9:67
  • and educational reform, 8:243, 8:445–8:447
  • family of, 4:141, 8:448, 8:449n
  • health of, 9:66–9:67
  • and Historical and Literary Committee of the American Philosophical Society, 9:180n
  • A. von Humboldt sends greetings to, 1:453n
  • identified, 1:101n
  • on Indians, 9:64–9:66, 9:121
  • and instruction of M. Lewis, 6:424n
  • introduces G. Ticknor, 8:193, 8:243
  • letters from, 5:25–5:26, 6:252–6:253, 8:243, 8:243–8:244, 8:445–8:449, 9:64–9:67
  • letters to, 1:100–1:101, 4:190–4:191, 5:94, 6:415–6:416, 6:516, 7:607–7:608, 8:103, 9:121–9:122
  • and mammoth bones, 8:243, 8:448
  • and mastodon bones, 1:100, 1:510–1:511, 5:26n, 5:94, 5:572–5:573, 6:253, 6:415–6:416
  • medical advice of, 4:416
  • mentioned, 3:472n, 8:82, 9:282
  • and plans for Albemarle Academy, 7:607–7:608
  • proposed visit to Monticello of, 9:66–9:67, 9:122, 9:122
  • and T. J. Randolph, 1:309, 2:285, 6:253, 6:416, 8:448–8:449, 9:122
  • recommendation of T. Matlack, 5:25, 5:94
  • A System of Anatomy for the Use of Students of Medicine, 8:447, 8:449n, 9:67
  • TJ introduces D. Burwell to, 4:190, 4:190–4:191
  • on TJ’s friendship, 8:445
  • TJ’s introduction of F. W. Gilmer to, 8:58–8:59, 8:78, 8:101, 8:103, 8:243, 8:243

Wistar, Elizabeth Mifflin (Caspar Wistar’s wife), 1:309

Wistar, Richard

  • and protecting trees from worms, 4:141

Withe, Mr., 2:455

Withers, Michael

  • patent of criticized, 8:534–8:535, 8:536n

Witherspoon, John

  • as member of Continental Congress, 8:626, 8:657
  • The Works of the Rev. John Witherspoon (ed. J. Rodgers), 8:626n

Witt, Cornelius de

  • Dutch statesman, 7:527–7:528, 7:529, 7:532n

Witt, Johan de

  • Dutch statesman, 7:527–7:528, 7:529, 7:532n

woad, 2:271

woad, blue, 2:271, 3:461–3:462

Wolcot, John

  • “A Simile,” 1:538n

Wolcott, Oliver (1760–1833)

  • as secretary of the treasury, 6:194

Wolf, Friedrich August

  • Briefe an Hernn Hofrath Heyne von Professor Wolf, 9:88n
  • classical scholar, 9:698
  • edits Oratio Pro M. Marcello (Cicero), 9:87
  • Prolegomena ad Homerum, 9:86–9:87

Wolf Creek (Bedford Co.), 2:237, 3:187, 3:188n, 4:317, 4:318n

Wolff, Christian von

  • Cours de Mathématique, 6:381, 7:250, 7:253n
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502

Wollaston, Frederick H.

  • consul at Genoa, 3:377
  • dines with TJ, 4:34
  • introduced by P. Mazzei, 4:35n

Wollaston, Richard, 5:386, 5:508–5:513, 5:583

Wollaston, William

  • The Religion of Nature Delineated, 7:415n
  • TJ on, 7:413

Wollebius, Johannes, 7:480

women

  • cost to hire, 8:307
  • documents by
    • E. Henderson, 7:118–7:119
    • A. S. Marks, 6:34–6:35
    • J. Peyton, 1:459–1:463
    • M. J. Randolph, 2:237–2:239
    • M. B. Smith, 1:8–1:10, 1:386–1:401
  • education of, 7:659, 8:513, 8:630
  • free white, number at Monticello, 3:202
  • hominy for pregnant, 7:82
  • housewives, 5:223
  • letters from
    • A. Adams, 6:516–6:517
    • M. B. Andrews, 9:93–9:94
    • M. A. Archbald, 1:238–1:240, 2:201–2:203
    • L. R. Bailey, 2:309, 2:369
    • E. P. Bonaparte, 8:378–8:379
    • M. B. Bonneville, 6:8
    • M. B. Briggs, 9:540–9:541
    • S. M. Bruff, 9:610–9:611
    • Madame Bureaux de Pusy, 5:71–5:72, 5:402–5:403
    • L. Cooley, 6:428
    • E. W. Randolph (Coolidge), 9:578–9:579
    • Madame de Corny, 1:173–1:175
    • A. Craig, 1:67–1:68
    • S. B. Dearborn, 9:262–9:263
    • Madame Deshay, 1:450–1:451
    • E. Eppes, 2:206
    • A. Graham, 7:204–7:205
    • S. Grotjan, 6:12–6:13
    • M. Lewis, 2:291–2:292, 5:357
    • Lewis sisters, 3:90–3:91
    • J. Lomax, 7:16
    • V. Murray, 9:213–9:215
    • M. Page, 3:276
    • M. J. Randolph, 8:664
    • Madame Reibelt, 2:394–2:395
    • L. F. Smith, 6:126–6:127
    • Madame de Staël Holstein, 5:449–5:453, 9:326–9:328
    • M. Stith, 3:458
    • Madame de Tessé, 1:271–1:274, 1:593–1:594, 2:310–2:312, 4:322–4:324, 5:188–5:190
    • E. Trist, 1:98, 2:283–2:285, 5:111–5:113, 7:59–7:63, 7:226–7:228, 7:500–7:502, 8:84–8:85, 8:295–8:296, 9:456–9:457
  • letters sent under cover to, 9:683
  • letters to
    • A. Adams, 6:437–6:438
    • M. B. Andrews, 9:27–9:29
    • L. R. Bailey, 2:336, 3:241
    • A. C. Bankhead, 2:103–2:104, 3:633–3:634
    • E. P. Bonaparte, 8:434–8:435
    • M. B. Bonneville, 6:47
    • F. W. Brand, 9:262
    • M. B. Briggs, 9:682
    • S. M. Bruff, 9:682–9:683
    • Madame Bureaux de Pusy, 5:163–5:164, 5:441
    • E. W. Randolph (Coolidge), 6:646–6:647, 9:553–9:554
    • M. Daingerfield, 1:47–1:48, 2:41
    • S. B. Dearborn, 5:165, 5:597, 9:404
    • E. Eppes, 2:129–2:130
    • M. B. Eppes, 2:126–2:127
    • S. Grotjan, 6:47–6:48
    • M. Lewis, 4:38, 7:78
    • M. T. Page, 3:423–3:424
    • C. J. Randolph, 3:635
    • M. J. Randolph, 3:392, 3:394, 7:400–7:401, 8:664, 8:697, 9:147–9:148
    • L. F. Smith, 6:161–6:162
    • M. B. Smith, 1:29
    • Madame de Staël Holstein, 8:576–8:577
    • M. Stith, 3:432–3:433
    • Madame de Tessé, 3:503–3:504, 7:33–7:36
    • E. Trist, 1:80–1:81, 2:265–2:266, 5:26–5:27, 7:178–7:179, 7:409–7:410, 8:163–8:164, 8:515–8:517, 9:710–9:712
  • letters to accounted for
    • M. Lewis, 2:38n
    • A. S. Marks, 5:687
  • plant remedies for, 5:30
  • raped by British servicemen, 6:446, 6:515
  • schools for, 1:367, 1:368n, 1:506, 1:507n, 3:155, 3:201
  • spousal mistreatment of, 9:131
  • and textile manufacture, 8:547, 8:635, 8:635n

Wonder-Working Providence of Sions Saviour (Johnson), 5:386, 5:390n

wood. See also building materials

  • in agricultural machinery, 8:463
  • engraving on, 7:559
  • firewood, 4:210, 5:38n, 5:427, 5:427, 5:607–5:608, 6:348, 8:xlvii–8:xlviii, 8:81, 8:120, 8:120, 8:591, 9:482, 9:483, 9:483–9:484n
  • plank, 5:485, 5:488, 5:663, 6:257, 6:257, 8:81
  • used for polygraph, 8:545

Wood, David

  • family of, 4:186–4:187
  • petition to General Assembly, 4:346–4:349

Wood, Eleazer Derby

  • and N. G. M. Senter, 5:398, 5:399n

Wood, Harrison

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

Wood, Jacob

  • possessions of destroyed by U.S. forces, 8:225–8:226

Wood, James (of Albemarle Co.)

  • clerk for Watson & Dawson, 9:111, 9:112n

Wood, James (1741–1813)

  • draws plan of Richmond, 4:288n
  • frees slaves, 3:269n
  • governor of Va., 4:309n

Wood, James (1755–1836)

  • identified, 1:503n
  • letters from, 1:501–1:503
  • praises TJ, 1:501–1:502
  • Revolutionary War claim of, 1:502–1:503

Wood, John

  • seeks military appointment, 4:186–4:187

Wood, John (ca. 1775–1822)

  • and Albemarle Academy, 5:102
  • on T. Cooper, 8:609
  • and education of T. J. Randolph, 1:520, 2:95, 2:134, 2:171, 2:564–2:565
  • health of, 8:609
  • identified, 2:96n
  • on influence of clergy at colleges, 8:609–8:610
  • letters from, 2:95–2:96, 2:171–2:172, 2:564–2:565, 8:609–8:610, 9:566–9:567, 9:642–9:644
  • letters to, 2:134, 8:646–8:647, 9:621–9:622
  • A New Theory of the Diurnal Rotation of the Earth, 2:95, 2:134, 2:161, 2:171, 2:536, 3:251, 3:251n
  • proposes school in Charlottesville, 8:609, 8:646
  • seeks appointment as Va. state surveyor, 9:566–9:567, 9:621–9:622, 9:628, 9:642–9:643
  • sends letters to France through TJ, 2:295, 2:536
  • TJ on, 2:536

Wood, John H.

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

Wood, Joseph

  • portrait painter, 7:296, 7:498, 7:523, 8:389, 8:389, 9:352, 9:405, 9:460

Wood, Lucy Henderson (Bennett Henderson’s daughter; John Wood’s wife), 1:440, 1:459, 1:460–1:461, 1:463, 5:422, 5:423, 6:50–6:51, 6:51n, 6:367, 6:367n, 6:472

  • and Milton lands, 7:118–7:119, 7:119n, 7:352, 7:352n, 7:352n, 7:352

Wood, Thomas, 6:428

Wood, Thomas (1661–1722)

  • An Institute of The Laws of England, 7:148, 7:148

Wood, William (fl. 1629–1635)

  • New-England’s Prospect, 5:386, 5:390n

Wood, William (1671–1730)

  • as minter of coinage, 6:626, 6:627n

Wood, William (of Albemarle Co.)

  • dam of, 2:97, 2:98n
  • Fluvanna Co. mill of, 3:218, 3:219n
  • as juror, 5:279, 5:279
  • and navigation of Rivanna River, 8:166
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254
  • witnesses warrant, 5:280

Woodfall, Henry S.

  • Junius: including Letters by the same Writer, Under Other Signatures, 6:374, 6:413

Woodford, John

  • recommended for military appointment, 4:529

Woodford, William

  • forwards packages to TJ, 8:628

Woodhouse, James, 1:307, 1:452, 1:453n

Woodlands (Hamilton’s Pa. estate), 1:191, 1:192, 1:479

Woodman, William T.

  • translates Destutt de Tracy manuscript, 6:526, 6:530n

Woods, George M.

  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254

Woods, Micajah

  • deputy sheriff, 1:590, 1:595, 1:595n
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254, 4:346–4:349

Woods, Rutherford

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

Woods, William

  • and Highland–Indian Camp boundary dispute, 8:567–8:568, 8:568n, 9:289, 9:290n, 9:362, 9:363n, 9:488, 9:519, 9:519n, 9:519, 9:519n, 9:519–9:520, 9:520n, 9:649n, 9:662
  • identified, 9:662n
  • petition to General Assembly, 4:346–4:349
  • Survey of Land in Dispute between James Monroe and William Short, 9:662
  • surveys Henderson land, 5:421

Woods, William (“Baptist Billy”)

  • assists M. A. C. L. Monroe, 8:647, 8:647
  • carries letter, 6:358
  • described, 6:358n

Woodside, John

  • identified, 5:456–5:457n
  • letters from, 5:456–5:457
  • letters to, 5:504
  • seeks position for son-in-law, 5:456, 5:504

Woodson, John (“Courthouse John”)

  • buys lot in Westham, 8:171n

Woodson, John (“Sheriff John”)

  • buys lot in Westham, 8:171n

Woodson, Tucker M., 1:440, 1:460, 5:422

  • and sale of Henderson lands, 7:673
  • and Viewmont estate, 8:308n

wood stone, 2:299

Woodward, Augustus Elias Brevoort

  • on the classification of knowledge, 6:408–6:411, 7:288, 7:309, 7:309n
  • Considerations on the Executive Government of the United States of America, 1:164–1:165, 1:236, 1:253–1:254
  • federal judgeship of, 6:407, 6:411n
  • on foreign government, 1:254n
  • identified, 1:165n
  • introduced by B. S. Barton, 7:288
  • letters from, 1:164–1:165, 1:253–1:254, 6:407–6:411, 7:308, 7:308–7:309, 7:511
  • letters from accounted for, 1:165n
  • letters to, 1:236, 6:445, 7:569
  • plans to visit TJ, 6:407–6:408, 6:445, 7:288, 7:308, 7:308–7:309
  • sends books for TJ’s family, 7:569
  • sends book to TJ, 7:511, 7:569
  • A System of Universal Science, 6:411n
  • visits Monticello, 1:165n, 7:309n, 7:353

Woodward, John H.

  • identified, 2:189n
  • letters from, 2:188–2:189
  • proposed national biography, 2:188–2:189

Woodward, William Wallis

  • identified, 2:321n
  • letters from, 2:321–2:322, 2:349
  • letters to, 2:337
  • TJ purchases books from, 2:321, 2:321–2:322n, 2:337, 2:349

woodworking

  • tools, 1:135–1:136, 3:119–3:120, 6:344

wool

  • Barbary sheep, 2:379, 4:637, 4:638n, 6:6
  • books on, 3:263, 3:264n
  • carding machines, 5:356, 7:79, 7:116
  • cards, 4:362, 4:417, 4:612, 6:345, 8:185
  • cloth, 4:27, 4:40, 4:102, 4:343, 6:631, 6:631–6:632n, 7:13, 7:72–7:73, 7:73n, 7:309–7:310, 7:460, 7:570, 8:544
  • dyeing of, 4:686, 6:114, 6:314, 6:335
  • merino, 1:320, 2:31, 2:451, 2:666, 4:62, 4:426, 5:198–5:199, 6:6, 6:6, 6:114, 6:314, 6:335, 6:397, 6:631, 6:631–6:632n, 7:53, 7:54, 7:460, 8:185, 8:234, 8:544
  • price of, 4:426
  • production of, 1:15–1:18, 1:478–1:479, 1:573–1:574, 5:439, 7:81, 7:191, 9:535–9:537, 9:616
  • samples of, 1:15–1:16, 1:17, 1:19n, 1:320, 1:667, 2:39, 2:39n, 2:252, 2:492, 3:342–3:343, 3:343n, 3:637
  • from S.C., 4:40
  • and scab, 4:61, 4:62
  • Spanish sheep, 6:6
  • spinning of, 1:524–1:525, 1:591, 4:380, 4:417, 4:426, 4:513n, 4:571, 4:686, 5:470, 7:88
  • used for clothing, 4:40, 4:343, 4:361, 4:362, 4:428, 4:627, 4:637, 5:475, 5:560, 6:344, 7:191, 8:174, 8:185, 8:185, 8:234, 8:570

Worcester, Edward Somerset, marquis of

  • inventor of steam engine, 6:249n

Worcester, Noah

  • and Christian Disciple, 9:104
  • and Friend of Peace, 9:104, 9:104, 9:104, 9:105n, 9:105n, 9:410, 9:411n, 9:681–9:682n
  • identified, 9:105n
  • letters from, 9:104–9:105
  • letters to, 9:410–9:411
  • as peace advocate, 9:104, 9:410–9:411
  • sends works to TJ, 9:104, 9:410–9:411
  • A Solemn Review of the Custom of War, 9:105n, 9:410, 9:411n

Worcester National Aegis (Mass. newspaper), 1:50n

The Workes of our Antient and Learned English Poet, Geffrey Chaucer, newly Printed (G. Chaucer), 8:235

The workes of Sir Thomas More Knyght (T. More), 7:629, 7:631n

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

The works of Cornelius Tacitus (Tacitus; trans. Murphy), 6:93

The Works of Dr. Benjamin Franklin, in Philosophy, Politics, and Morals (ed. W. Duane), 3:449, 3:451, 4:56, 6:374, 6:413, 8:634

The Works of Tacitus (Tacitus; trans. Gordon), 1:580, 6:93

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

The Works of the Rev. John Witherspoon (ed. J. Rodgers), 8:626n

The World, 7:665

Worm, Oluf

  • and authenticity of Cicero’s works, 9:87

Wormley (TJ’s slave; b. 1781). See Hughes, Wormley (TJ’s slave; b. 1781)

Wormley, Ralph, 6:353

worms

  • damage trees, 4:141, 4:532

Worsley, William W.

  • identified, 4:285n
  • letter of introduction for, from J. Fowler, 4:285

Worthington, Thomas

  • and O. Evans’s patent machinery, 6:455–6:457
  • identified, 6:457n
  • letters to, 4:164
  • letter to from J. Ellicott, 6:455–6:458
  • as U.S. senator, 4:163, 4:164n

Worthington, William Grafton Dulany

  • identified, 2:196–2:197n
  • letters from, 2:196–2:197
  • letters to, 2:251–2:252
  • Speech of W. G. D. Worthington, Esq. a Member of the General Assembly of Maryland … on Brent’s Resolutions, 2:196, 2:251

Wortman, Tunis

  • identified, 6:340n
  • letters from, 6:339–6:340
  • letters to, 6:400–6:401
  • Standard of Union, 6:339, 6:340n, 6:400, 6:401n

Wren, William D.

  • letter to accounted for, 8:613n
  • as sergeant of Richmond, 8:613, 8:641

Wright, Mr. (of Nelson Co.)

  • letters to accounted for, 7:719

Wright, Joseph, 2:106n, 2:126

Wright, Robert

  • congratulates TJ, 5:220
  • as governor of Md., 1:361n
  • identified, 1:107n
  • issues pardons, 2:412n
  • letters from, 5:220
  • letters to, 1:106–1:107, 5:305
  • praises TJ, 1:106–1:107
  • supports declaration of war, 5:191, 5:192n, 5:220

Wright, Thomas (Chickasaw agent), 1:26

Wright, Thomas (of Queen Annes Co., Md.)

  • identified, 1:63n
  • letters from, 1:62–1:63
  • letters from accounted for, 1:63n
  • letters to, 1:127–1:128
  • and meeting of Queen Annes Co. Republicans, 1:62–1:63, 1:127–1:128

Wright, William, 6:378, 6:378n

writing

  • elementary education in, 7:637, 7:640

Wyche, James, 1:66

Wyche, John

  • books recommended to, by TJ, 1:205–1:206, 1:579, 1:580–1:582
  • identified, 1:67n
  • letters from, 1:66–1:67, 1:508
  • letters to, 1:205–1:206, 1:579
  • and Westwardmill Library Society, 1:66–1:67, 1:205–1:206, 1:508, 1:579, 1:580–1:582

Wycliffe, John, 8:551, 9:431

Wyndham, Sir George O’Brien, 7:660

Wynkoop, Henry

  • and cider, 7:381, 7:382n

Wynne, William

  • The Life of Sir Leoline Jenkins, 7:366, 7:366n, 8:387, 8:387n

Wythe, George

  • apple trees of, 7:445
  • bequeaths books to TJ, 6:619n
  • biography of proposed, 8:619
  • death of, 4:35
  • Decisions Of Cases in Virginia, By the High Court of Chancery, 8:630
  • and Henderson case, 6:482n, 6:572
  • and P. Henry, 4:598
  • and Jefferson Cups, 2:315–2:316, 2:316n
  • monument to, at Monticello, 1:391
  • and revision of Va. laws, 1:381–1:383, 3:570, 5:136, 7:549
  • and Stamp Act resolutions, 4:599, 8:642
  • students of, 3:540n
  • TJ on, 7:411, 7:548, 8:200, 8:200
  • and William and Mary lectures, 3:205–3:206, 3:228

Wythe County, Va.

  • mammoth bones found in, 2:507

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