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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

  • built, 10:597, 10:597
  • mentioned, 10:561, 10:647
  • repair of, 1:3, 10:597
  • 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 B., & Sons (Boston firm). See Thomas B. Wait & Sons (Boston firm)

Wait, Thomas Baker. See also Thomas B. Wait & 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, William S.

  • printer and publisher, 7:646n

Waite, G. & R. (Baltimore firm). See G. & R. Waite (Baltimore firm)

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 (1715–94)

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

Walker, Thomas (d. 1795), 6:426

Walker, Thomas (of Albemarle Co.), 5:422

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, 10:213, 10:243, 10:243–10:244n, 10:311, 10:312n, 10:393, 10:395, 10:598
  • 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
  • circular letter offering services, 10:312, 10:312n
  • 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
  • on de Bure Frères, 10:232, 10:311
  • 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, 10:290
  • on European affairs, 10:232
  • 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, 10:243
  • 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, 10:231–10:232, 10:243–10:244, 10:311–10:312
  • 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, 10:64–10:65
  • letters to mentioned, 2:333, 2:333n, 2:544, 7:222
  • 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, 10:232, 10:311–10:312
  • sends books, 1:613n, 1:629–1:630, 1:630n, 5:436, 5:499–5:500, 5:576, 8:420, 10:231–10:232
  • 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, 10:64–10:65
  • 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
  • and Talleyrand-Périgord, 8:37, 8:38n, 8:244, 8:420, 10:65
  • TJ introduces D. C. Terrell to, 10:160–10:161, 10:243
  • TJ introduces G. Ticknor to, 8:292, 10:64–10:65
  • 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, 10:312n
  • 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)

  • accountants in, 10:496, 10:496n, 10:525
  • and batture controversy, 2:426, 2:427, 2:435
  • clerical salaries at, 8:115
  • clerks at, 2:142, 10:525, 10:677
  • 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 papers of Lewis and Clark Expedition, 10:257, 10:377, 10:377
  • and Spring Hill School (Mich. Territory), 2:55–2:57, 2:58n

Warder, Joshua, 5:415n

Warder & Brothers (Philadelphia firm), 10:299

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, Ashur

  • identified, 10:340–10:341n
  • letter to, 10:340–10:341
  • An Oration, delivered before the Washington Society, in Boston, on the Fourth of July, 1816, 10:340, 10:341n, 10:341

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, 10:425–10:426, 10:442, 10:468–10:470, 10:470n, 10:510, 10:615
  • 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
  • W. H. Crawford on, 10:96–10:100
  • defense of Baltimore, 7:656, 7:656n, 8:153, 8:154, 10:426, 10:439, 10:441
  • 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, 10:175, 10:251
  • 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, 10:280
  • E. Gerry on, 5:127
  • histories of, 9:103, 9:103n, 9:128–9:129, 9:129n, 9:414n, 9:522, 10:168–10:169, 10:214–10:215, 10:215n, 10:457–10:458
  • 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, 10:186–10:187, 10:188n, 10:556n
  • 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, 10:100n
  • 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, 10:96–10:97
  • 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, 10:168–10:169, 10:247, 10:259
  • privations caused by, 7:273–7:274, 8:425, 10:214–10:215
  • 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, 10:97, 10:100n
  • 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, 10:175–10:176, 10:280, 10:281, 10:609
  • 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

  • identified, 10:82n
  • letter from, 10:82
  • letter to, 10:113
  • partnership with R. Lorton, 10:83–10:85
  • and Virginia Museum, 10:82, 10:83–10:85, 10:113

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

Warwick, John Marshall

  • buys TJ’s tobacco, 9:569, 10:37

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, 10:425–10:426, 10:442, 10:468–10:470, 10:470n, 10:510, 10:615
  • 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
  • and appointments, 1:43n, 5:615, 5:619–5:620, 8:599, 8:600n, 9:446, 10:676–10:677
  • assists Chamberlain, 4:15
  • biographies of, 8:672
  • cabinet of, 2:70, 2:70n, 2:272, 2:273–2:274n, 4:389
  • complains of oppressive correspondence, 10:614n
  • and Continental Congress, 4:601
  • death of, 10:360
  • 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
  • and martial law, 10:422–10:423, 10:423n
  • 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
  • as object of idolatry, 6:259, 10:217
  • opposition to, 7:706–7:707
  • papers of, 10:268
  • portraits of, 1:45n, 7:498, 8:xlvii, 9:352n, 10:398
  • praised, 4:106n, 4:393n, 5:525, 8:405, 9:250n, 10:41, 10:192
  • 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, 10:574
  • 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, 10:269
  • statue of for N.C. state capitol, 9:332–9:333, 9:333n, 9:384–9:387, 9:387n, 10:412–10:413, 10:414–10:415, 10:415n, 10:476
  • 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, 10:341, 10:423n
  • TJ’s relationship with, 7:103, 10:116
  • 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
  • J. Trumbull’s painting of resignation of, 10:616n
  • 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, 10:574

Washington, USS, 9:408, 10:93, 10:94n

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 Society (of Boston)

  • identified, 10:342n
  • letter to, 10:341–10:342
  • sends Fourth of July oration to TJ, 10:340, 10:341

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 De Bello Peloponnesiaco Libri Octo Graece et Latine (Thucydides), 9:195, 9:455, 10:233

watches

  • gold, 3:83, 10:578
  • R. Jefferson’s, 4:416, 4:481, 4:607, 8:173, 8:173, 8:258, 8:258, 8:272
  • needing repair, 10:33, 10:203, 10:275–10:276, 10:307–10:308, 10:321, 10:326, 10:344, 10:345, 10:351–10:352, 10:607
  • silver, 8:393, 8:485, 10:578

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
  • edits A Journal, of a Young Man of Massachusetts (A. G. Babcock), 10:168–10:169, 10:247, 10:259
  • 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, 10:168–10:169
  • letters to, 5:682–5:683, 9:78–9:79, 10:259–10:260
  • 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, 10:64, 10:608, 10:610

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, 10:474
  • 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
  • lands of, 10:621
  • 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

  • as bookseller, 7:344, 7:388–7:389, 7:389, 7:554, 7:568–7:569, 8:469, 9:447, 10:74, 10:113, 10:432, 10:471, 10:486
  • identified, 7:344n
  • letters from, 7:344, 7:388–7:390, 9:447, 10:74, 10:432, 10:486
  • letters to, 7:367–7:368, 7:568–7:569, 9:525, 10:113–10:114, 10:471
  • payments to, 9:414n, 9:414n, 9:525, 9:544, 10:113–10:114, 10:471, 10:486
  • receipt from, 9:544, 10:114

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, 10:182
  • 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, 10:182
  • as 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, 10:457

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

Wauters, Pierre Englebert, 10:230

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, 10:110
  • 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, 10:331n

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, 10:65, 10:74, 10:379, 10:478, 10:491, 10:512, 10:579
  • 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, 10:74, 10:355, 10:379, 10:388, 10:449, 10:526, 10:533
  • effect of 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, 10:65, 10:74, 10:309, 10:355, 10:379, 10:411–10:412, 10:449, 10:512, 10:526
  • effect of on health, 7:194, 9:456–9:457, 10:128, 10:128, 10:136–10:137, 10:579
  • floods, 7:501–7:502, 7:601, 10:393, 10:394n, 10:449, 10:450n
  • frost, 10:379, 10:526, 10:526, 10:546
  • 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, 10:611
  • 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, 10:534, 10:539
  • 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, 10:379, 10:380n, 10:388, 10:388–10:389, 10:449, 10:491, 10:526, 10:533, 10:534, 10:560, 10:570, 10:574, 10:606
  • 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, 10:65, 10:570
  • TJ on climate, 7:302, 9:310, 10:331
  • 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, 10:393, 10:395, 10:410, 10:450

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, 10:252n

Webber, Samuel, 7:217

Webster, Capt., 1:294

Webster, Daniel

  • visits Monticello, 4:596

Webster, James

  • publishes Sketches of the Life and Character of Patrick Henry (W. Wirt), 10:346–10:347, 10:347, 10:347n

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. See Niles’ Weekly Register (Baltimore newspaper)

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
  • publishes An Essay on the principle of population (T. R. Malthus), 10:327
  • TJ orders books from, 4:201, 4:561
  • TJ pays, 4:555, 4:576, 4:634n

weights, measures, and coinage

  • T. H. Pasley’s work on, 10:316
  • TJ on, 4:147–4:149, 4:222–4:229, 5:92
  • TJ’s report on, 1:487, 1:487n, 10:548
  • 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

Wesseling, Pieter (Peter)

  • edits Διόδωρος. Bibliothecae Historicae Libri qui Supersunt (Diodorus Siculus), 10:233, 10:236n

West, Benjamin

  • compared to J. Trumbull, 10:653–10:654
  • copies Titian painting, 4:181
  • The Fright of Astyanax, 8:136, 8:137n, 8:160, 8:195, 9:592, 9:593n, 10:259
  • 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
  • works on, 10:626

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, 10:388n

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

West Indies

  • dependent on American supplies, 4:664
  • lumber shipped to, 10:571
  • 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
  • yellow fever in, 10:128, 10:131–10:134

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, 10:312

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, 10:309, 10:462, 10:610
  • 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, 10:65, 10:309, 10:379, 10:412
  • as fodder, 8:32, 8:126, 8:129, 8:163
  • ground at Shadwell mills, 3:156–3:157, 3:640–3:642, 3:642–3:643, 3:644, 10:348
  • ground for TJ, 8:48, 8:118–8:119, 8:157
  • harvesting of, 8:547, 10:355
  • 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, 10:355, 10:466
  • 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, 10:355
  • price of in France, 1:373
  • price of in Great Britain, 1:82, 10:512–10:513
  • 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

Wheeling, Va.

  • banks in, 10:660n

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, 10:537
  • at Monticello, 8:xlvii–8:xlviii, 8:30–8:31
  • negative effects of, 9:329, 9:512, 10:41, 10:462
  • 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

Whiston, William

  • J. Swift satirizes, 10:424, 10:425n
  • translates The Genuine Works of Flavius Josephus (F. Josephus), 10:617, 10:637

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, George (newspaper editor), 10:333, 10:333–10:334, 10:335n

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, John Campbell

  • identified, 10:317n
  • letter from, 10:317
  • letter to, 10:346
  • sends seeds to TJ, 10:317, 10:346
  • sons of, 10:317

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 clover, 10:534

“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
  • farm owned by, 10:592
  • 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
  • Memoirs of My Own Times, 10:541
  • 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, 10:609
  • and TJ’s religious beliefs, 10:541
  • 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 (schooner), 10:450

William (TJ’s slave), 3:392, 3:392n

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

William I (Willem Frederik), king of The Netherlands, 10:230

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, 10:69n, 10:352
  • P. R. Gilmer on, 10:449
  • 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, 10:294
  • 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, 10:545–10:546
  • E. Trist on, 10:449
  • G. Wythe’s lectures at, 3:205–3:206, 3:228

William & Reuben Mitchell (Lynchburg firm)

  • account with TJ, 7:94–7:95, 8:69
  • agreements with, 4:86–4:87, 4:87, 5:340–5:341, 10:355
  • identified, 4:86–4:87n
  • letters from, 4:170–4:171, 5:50, 8:69
  • letters to, 4:184
  • TJ’s transactions with, 4:86, 4:87, 4:94, 4:165, 4:166n, 4:170–4:171, 4:184, 4:212, 4:341–4:342, 5:32, 5:33, 5:35n, 5:50, 5:50n, 5:340–5:341, 7:94–7:95, 7:402, 8:69, 8:69n, 9:505

William & Samuel Craig (New York firm)

  • forwards package to TJ, 4:280–4:281, 4:364
  • identified, 4:281n
  • letters from, 4:280–4:281
  • letters to, 4:364

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). See Benjamin & George Williams (Baltimore firm)

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. (New York firm). See E. Williams (New York firm)

Williams, E. (ship captain)

  • master of schooner William, 10:450

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, Helen Maria

  • translates Personal Narrative of Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of the New Continent, during the years 1799–1804. by Alexander de Humboldt, and Aimé Bonpland, 10:243, 10:244n

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
  • and remittances to T. Kosciuszko, 10:639, 10:641

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.

  • capitol building in, 10:384, 10:423
  • governor’s palace in, 10:421, 10:438
  • 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
  • TJ on, 10:546

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
  • described, 10:399–10:400
  • J. W. Eppes views, 3:195
  • foliage on, 10:238
  • mentioned, 10:608
  • and phenomenon of looming, 8:298, 10:xlvii, 10:644
  • surveying of, 9:687
  • TJ plans to visit, 4:132
  • TJ’s drawing of, 10:xlvii–10:xlviii, 10:240 (illus.)
  • TJ takes latitude of, 4:344–4:346, 4:369, 10:xlvii–10:xlviii, 10:571–10:572

Willoughby, Westel

  • as N.Y. congressman, 10:242, 10:503, 10:548

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.

  • newspapers in, 10:56, 10:57n
  • 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.

  • banks in, 10:660n
  • chancery court at, 6:268, 10:557–10:558
  • 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
  • Artimino (Artiminiano), 10:275, 10:411, 10:416
  • Banyalbufar, 1:366, 1:366
  • Barsac, 9:209, 9:513n, 10:58, 10:278, 10:292
  • 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, 10:21
  • Calon, 9:513n
  • Cantenac, 9:513n
  • Cape, 9:513
  • Carbonnieux, 9:513n
  • Carmignano, 10:58, 10:58n, 10:91, 10:92n, 10:274, 10:299, 10:411, 10:416
  • Carrasqueira, 3:240, 3:241n
  • Casanuova di Ama, 10:58, 10:58n, 10:91, 10:275, 10:411, 10:416, 10:475, 10:476
  • champagne, 9:209, 9:288, 9:513
  • Chianti, 10:275, 10:411, 10:416
  • cisterns for storage of, 9:466, 9:468n
  • claret, 2:191, 8:232, 9:512, 9:513, 9:513n
  • clarification of, 10:606
  • 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, 10:58, 10:68, 10:75, 10:109, 10:112, 10:118–10:119, 10:157, 10:170–10:171, 10:193–10:194, 10:217, 10:218, 10:229–10:230, 10:292, 10:307, 10:338, 10:343, 10:358, 10:610
  • 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, 10:68, 10:109
  • Hock, 9:513
  • Italian, 1:387, 10:58, 10:58n, 10:91, 10:92n, 10:249, 10:274–10:275, 10:299, 10:407, 10:407n, 10:411, 10:416, 10:475, 10:476
  • Lafite, Château, 9:513n
  • Langon, 9:513n
  • Latour, Château, 9:513n
  • of Lédenon, 10:170, 10:170, 10:338
  • Léoville, 9:513n
  • Madeira, 1:155, 1:387, 1:397, 2:221, 8:571, 8:571, 9:263, 9:288, 9:421, 9:513, 10:443
  • 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, 10:58, 10:91, 10:249, 10:411
  • 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, 10:112
  • Noyau, 1:155, 1:156n
  • Oeiras, 3:240, 3:241n
  • of Pailherols, 10:170, 10:170, 10:307
  • 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, 10:247, 10:313, 10:313n, 10:335, 10:351
  • 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, 10:313, 10:313n, 10:335, 10:351
  • 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, 10:112, 10:118–10:119, 10:171, 10:217, 10:343, 10:358
  • 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, 10:57, 10:68, 10:109, 10:118–10:119, 10:127, 10:342, 10:358, 10:358–10:359, 10:395, 10:407, 10:407n, 10:411, 10:411, 10:416, 10:434–10:435, 10:435, 10:440, 10:440–10:441n, 10:466, 10:475, 10:476, 10:494, 10:521
  • 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, 10:420n
  • 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, 10:219, 10:247
  • Termo, 3:240, 3:241n, 9:263
  • TJ arranges delivery of, 9:313, 9:351, 9:370, 9:402, 9:416, 9:449, 9:499, 9:659, 10:68, 10:112–10:113, 10:292, 10:300, 10:318
  • TJ orders from T. Appleton, 9:350–9:351, 9:351n, 9:359, 9:416, 10:157, 10:274–10:275, 10:299
  • TJ orders from H. G. Burton, 10:673
  • 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, 10:75, 10:112, 10:157, 10:170, 10:171, 10:193, 10:217, 10:218, 10:229–10:230, 10:307, 10:338, 10:343
  • 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, 10:219, 10:246, 10:247, 10:247, 10:313, 10:335, 10:351
  • 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
  • Tokay, 9:513
  • of Tuscany, 10:58, 10:58n, 10:91, 10:92n, 10:274–10:275, 10:407, 10:407n
  • 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, 10:9
  • 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, 10:9
  • 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
  • as judge, 10:498

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

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

Winterton, Ralph

  • edits Poetæ Minores Græci, 10:234

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
  • friendship with P. Carr and S. Carr, 10:315
  • gives legal opinion, 10:61
  • 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, 10:315–10:316, 10:346–10:347, 10:384, 10:408, 10:431, 10:487–10:489
  • 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, 10:337, 10:365–10:366, 10:419–10:420, 10:437–10:438, 10:523–10:524
  • 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
  • and L. L. Paradise estate, 10:580
  • recommended as attorney general, 1:626
  • on relationship with TJ, 10:315
  • 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, 10:315–10:316, 10:337, 10:346–10:347, 10:347n, 10:365–10:366, 10:384, 10:406, 10:408, 10:419–10:420, 10:421–10:423, 10:423n, 10:431, 10:434, 10:437–10:438, 10:487–10:488, 10:523–10:524
  • 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, 10:421–10:423
  • 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 B. Otis, 10:90
  • introduces G. Ticknor, 8:193, 8:243
  • invited to dinner, 10:352
  • letters from, 5:25–5:26, 6:252–6:253, 8:243, 8:243–8:244, 8:445–8:449, 9:64–9:67, 10:90–10:91
  • 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, 10:145n
  • and plans for Albemarle Academy, 7:607–7:608
  • proposed visit to Monticello of, 9:66–9:67, 9:122, 9:122, 10:254, 10:314
  • 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
  • visits Monticello, 10:352, 10:465
  • on yellow fever, 10:137, 10:151–10:152

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, 10:646

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, 10:471

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
  • crimes against, 10:463, 10:483, 10:483n
  • 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. S. Adams, 6:516–6:517, 10:583–10:584
    • 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. R. Coolidge, 9:578–9:579, 10:516–10:517
    • 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
    • C. J. Randolph, 10:491–10:492
    • M. J. Randolph, 8:664, 10:536–10:538
    • Madame Reibelt, 2:394–2:395
    • L. F. Smith, 6:126–6:127
    • M. B. Smith, 10:261–10:263
    • 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. Ticknor, 10:383
    • 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, 10:214–10:215, 10:449–10:450, 10:595–10:596
  •  

  • letters sent under cover to, 9:683
  • letters to
    • A. S. Adams, 6:437–6:438, 10:655–10:657
    • 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, 10:516–10:517, 10:517–10:518, 10:570
    • L. F. Smith, 6:161–6:162
    • M. B. Smith, 1:29, 10:300–10:301
    • Madame de Staël Holstein, 8:576–8:577, 10:373–10:376
    • 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, 10:545–10:546
    • V. J. R. Trist, 10:491–10:492
  •  

  • 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
  • TJ on, 10:274, 10:368

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

wood. See also building materials

  • in agricultural machinery, 8:463
  • ashes used as fertilizer, 10:533, 10:533, 10:534
  • 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, 10:621
  • 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 (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, James (of Albemarle Co.)

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

Wood, Jethro

  • identified, 10:428n
  • letter from, 10:427–10:428
  • plow of, 10:427

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, 10:324
  • 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, 10:288–10:289
  • letters to, 2:134, 8:646–8:647, 9:621–9:622, 10:324–10:325
  • 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
  • Richmond school of, 10:664, 10:672
  • sends letters to France through TJ, 2:295, 2:536
  • and surveying instruments, 10:289, 10:324–10:325
  • TJ on, 2:536
  • as Va. state surveyor, 9:566–9:567, 9:621–9:622, 9:628, 9:642–9:643, 10:288–10:289, 10:324

Wood, John H.

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

Wood, John T.

  • identified, 10:103n
  • and Milton lands, 10:102–10:104, 10:104–10:105, 10:590, 10:591, 10:624

Wood, Joseph

  • as portrait painter, 7:296, 7:498, 7:523, 8:389, 8:389, 9:352, 9:405, 9:460, 10:38, 10:39n

Wood, Lucy Henderson (Bennett Henderson’s daughter; John T. 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, 10:103–10:104, 10:104–10:105, 10:471, 10:499–10:500, 10:590–10:591, 10:591, 10:619–10:622, 10:623–10:624, 10:624

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, 10:658

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

  • as Albemarle Co. surveyor, 10:239, 10:239n, 10:666, 10:667
  • 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

Woodstock, Va.

  • Sentinel of the Valley, 10:221

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, 10:547, 10:547
  • 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, 10:547
  • from Va., 10:547

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, 10:500, 10:500–10:501, 10:501n
  • identified, 9:105n
  • letters from, 9:104–9:105, 10:500–10:501
  • letters to, 9:410–9:411
  • as peace advocate, 9:104, 9:410–9:411, 10:500–10:501
  • sends works to TJ, 9:104, 9:410–9:411, 10:500
  • 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 that Learned and Judicious Divine, Mr Richard Hooker, in Eight Books of Ecclesiastical Polity (R. Hooker), 10:208, 10:209n

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 (J. Witherspoon; ed. J. Rodgers), 8:626n, 10:646

The Works of Virgil (Virgil; trans. J. Dryden), 10:260n

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, Miss

  • visits Poplar Forest, 10:516

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, 10:552

Wright, N.

  • letter from accounted for, 10:679

Wright, Richard

  • An Answer to the Question, Why are you not a Trinitarian?, 10:382n

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

  • on yellow fever, 6:378, 6:378n, 10:131, 10:146n

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

Wynant, Dr. (of Staten Island, N.Y.), 10:150

Wynant, Mrs. (of Staten Island, N.Y.), 10:150

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, 10:269
  • 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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