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Index of
The Family Letters of Thomas Jefferson

edited by
Edwin Morris Betts and James Adam Bear, Jr.


© 1966 University of Missouri Press

Reproduced 2001 with permission of the publisher

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A A. B. C. book: for Cornelia, 245, 246n Abraham. See Goulding, Abraham Accomac County, Virginia: Bowman's Folly, Cropper property in, 128n; mentioned, 147 Acosta, Jose de, 81 Acrolophos (Dumbarton Oaks), Rob- ert Beverley home in Georgetown, Virginia, 385, 386n Adam's Mill, 227 Adams, Abigail (Mrs. John), 4, 91, 91n Adams, John, 56n, 464, 465 Adams, John Q., 315, 316n Adams, Mrs. John Q., 315, 316n Adventures of Mary and Her Cat, 393 Aeneid, The, 373 Aeschylus: TJ on, 433 Albemarle County, Virginia: Ashton, Thomas Eston Randolph home in, 397n; Belmont, TMR, Jr., home in, 149; Birdwood, Trist home in, 157n; Blenheim, Carter home in, 125n; Colle, Philip Mazzei home in, 73n; drought in, 430; Dunlora, Carr home in, 230, 278n; Edgehill, TMR, Jr., home in, 95n; Ennisworthy, Coles home in, 265n; The Farm, Nicholas Lewis home in, 101n, 362n; Farmington, George Divers home in, 175; flood of 1807, 325n; Fourth of July celebration, 346n; Franklin, Dr. William Bache home in, 177, 178n; Fredericksville Parish in, 133n; hailstorm in, 205, 206; Hen- derson's lands in, 289; Milton (town in), 132, 133n; Monroe, Mrs. James, visit to, 189; Mount Warren, W. C. Nicholas home in, 132n, 409n; mur- der committed in, 189, 189n; Over- ton's lands in, 289; Pen Park, Gilmer home in, 75n, 240n; TMR, Jr.'s return to, 297, 298n; St. Anne's Parish in, 133n; snow in, 292; Tufton, TJ farm in, 192n, 409; Viewmont, Edward Hill Carter home in, 135n; Warren, settlement in, 132n; mentioned, 289n, 343n Alexander, Eli (tenant of TJ), 115n, 127, 128n Alexandria, Virginia: visit of TJR to, 351; mentioned, 219, 269n, 351, 352n Algerine pirates, 3, 39, 128 Algerine War: end of, 328 Alien and Sedition Acts: conditions under, 187; indictment of William Duane under, 187, 187n; trial of Thomas Cooper under, 187 Allen, Hancock, 191, 192n Allen, Miss (schoolmate of Mary), 250. See Livingston, Mrs. Alien, Richard H. (owner of Bel- mont), 174, 175n Allston, Col. Joseph (TJ friend), 425, 426n Allstone, Miss, 425 Alston, Mr. and Mrs. Willis, 315, 316n American Philosophical Society: TJR's studies at, 379; mentioned, 359n, 380n Amherst County, Virginia: slave in- surrection in, 374, 375n, 376 Amonit, John, 38n Amsterdam, The Netherlands: John Marshall to, 166 Anacharsis (Voyage du jeune Ana- charsis en Grece), 62, 62n, 81 Analostan Island, 286n Anastasia. See Randolph, Anne Cary Anderson, David, 263, 264n Angola tract, 8n Anna. See Randolph, Anne Cary Annapolis, Maryland: arrival at, 19; ill health at, 23, 24; residence in, 120; TJ at, 2; unidentified lady of, courted by John W. Eppes, 285n Annesley, Julia, 44, 44n "Annin Zoon." See Randolph, Anne Cary Antenor's Travels, 285, 285n Anthony. See Giannini, Antonio Anville, La Duchesse d', 159 Aphorisms: for Ellen, 214, 329; for FWE, 402, 415; for grandchildren, 218; for Martha, 21, 30, 34-37, 40, 41, 60, 61, 102; for Mary, 29, 30, 52, 83, 84, 149; for TJR, 362-65, 369 Aphorisms on Man, 99 Apology for the True Christian Divin- ity, An, 440n Appomattox River: Eppington on, 1n; mentioned, 190n, 241n Archer, Martha Bolling (Mrs. Field), 160, 161n, 163 Architecture: TJ on, 275 Aristocrats, St. Domingo: TJ and, 119-20 Arithmetic: "rule of three," 370 Ashton, Albemarle County, Virginia: 11n, 397n, 448n, 451, 478 Assemblee des Notables: Louis XVI's speech before, 32; Martha's com- ments on, 33 Assignats: as French currency, 99, 100n Aunt Harriet. See Randolph, Harriet Aunt Jane. See Randolph, Jane Cary (Mrs. Thomas Eston) Aunt Lucy. See Thweatt, Lucy Eppes (Mrs. Archibald) Aunt Virginia. See Randolph, Virginia Aurora. See Philadelphia Aurora "Autobiography," TJ's, 6n B B., Colo. (Aaron Burr). See Burr, Aaron Bache, Benjamin Franklin, 90, 91n Bache, Dr. William, 172, 172n, 177, 178n Bache, Mrs. William, 172, 209 Bacon, Edmund (overseer at Monti- cello), 83n, 279n, 308, 308n, 310, 325, 328, 342, 359, 380, 411, 419 Bagot, Lady Charles, 413, 414 Bagot, Sir Charles (British Minister to USA), 414n Baker, Jerman, 402n, 411 Baker, Mrs. Jerman (Martha Bolling Eppes, sister of JWE), 277, 278n. See also Baker, Wayles Baker, Wayles, 402n, 434, 436 Balbastre, Claude Louis, 32, 32n Ball Run, Powhatan County, Virginia, 241, 241n Ballinger's Creek, 132n Baltimore, Maryland, 123, 138, 139, 268n, 350, 356n Bank of the United States: established by Congress, 73n; TJ application for loan from, 431n Bankhead, Anne Cary (Mrs. Charles Lewis): children of, 400, 401n; death and burial at Monticello, 470, 470n; departure from Monticello, 357; dowry, 361; TJ and, 366, 370, 372, 422; residence at Port Royal, 365; vaccination, 370, 371. See also Ran- dolph, Anne Cary Bankhead, Charles Lewis: father in- sulted by, 417, 417n; intemperance, 417, 430; marriage, 357n; property settlement, 361, 362n; read law at Monticello, 357, 362, 392, 393n; resi- dence at Monticello, 366; residence at Poplar Forest, 366; TJ and, 430n Bankhead, Dr. John L.: property set- tlement on Charles Lewis Bank- head, 361, 362n Bankhead, Mrs., Sr., 394 Bankhead, Mrs. Stewart, 294, 295n Barbauld, Anne Letitia, Lessons for Children from Four to Five, 278, 278n Barber, Mrs., 331 Barclay, Robert, An Apology for the True Christian Divinity, 440, 440n Barker, Mr., 384 Barlow, Joel, "The Columbiad a Poem," 374n Barnaby (Eppes slave), 432 Barnes, John (TJ factor), 153, 154, 183, 412, 413 Barrett, Mrs. Nathaniel, 31, 31n, 37 Barton, Dr. Benjamin Smith, 96, 97n, 351, 393, 393n Baskerville, John, 345n Bath County, Virginia, 425n Baynham, Dr. John, 177, 178n Bears: gift to TJ from Captain Pike, 313, 313n Beaulieu, 399 Beckley, John (Clerk of House of Representatives), 307n Bedford (TJ horse), 409 Bedford County, Virginia: Poplar Forest tract in, 49, 134n, 323n; men- tioned, 201, 272, 284, 285n, 361n, 386, 390n, 411, 412n, 413 Bell, Sir Charles, and John Bell, The Anatomy of the Human Body, 350, 351, 357, 357n, 358 Bell, Col. Thomas, 66, 66n, 117 Bellavista, 399 Belleplaine, 399 Bell's Anatomy. See Bell, Sir Charles, and John Bell, The Anatomy of the Human Body Belmont (TMR, Jr., home in Albe- marle County): as Randolph resi- dence, 149, 153, 159, 160, 166, 174, 176; taxes on, 175n; unsatisfactory living conditions at, 153, 157, 158; visit by TJ, 150; visit by Hore Trist, 159 Benson, Jr. (Fredericksburg inn- keeper), 273, 273n Beresford, Mr., 23, 23n Bergere (dog at Monticello), 67, 67n, 100, 118 Berkeley County, Virginia, 155, 155n Bermuda Hundred (JWE home in Chesterfield County, Virginia): in- herited by JWE, 64n; sale of, 178- 79; mention of, 8, 8n, 9n, 171, 189, 194, 201, 204, 219, 224, 230 Bet. See Hemings, Betty Bett (TJ slave), 231, 231n Beverley, Robert (of Acrolophos), 135n, 384, 386n Beverly, Cousin. See Randolph, Thomas Beverley Biddle, Nicholas (tenant of TJ), 115n Big Bone Lick, Kentucky: archaeo- logical dig at, 359n "Big" George (TJ slave), 110, 111 Biot, J. B., Traite elementaire d'As- tronomie Physique, 445n Birch, Samuel, 189, 189n The Bird, Goochland County, Vir- ginia (Charles L. Lewis, Sr., home), 75, 92n Birdwood, Albemarle County, Vir- ginia, 157n Bizarre, Cumberland County, Vir- ginia: visit by Martha, 94, 95n, 108; scandal at, 115-18, 116n; men- tioned, 108, 413n Blackden, Col. Samuel, 131, 132n Blanchard, Jean Pierre, 108-9, 108n Bleeding, as medical practice: Ellen bled for dysentery, 247, 247n; JWE wounded by unskillful bleeder, 445; TJ on efficacy of, 247; TMR, Jr., bled in Washington, 302 Blenheim (Carter estate in Albe- marle County, Virginia), 125n Blount, Thomas, 315, 316n Blount, Mrs. Thomas, 315 Bob. See Hemings, Robert Bolingbroke, Lord: TJ opinion of, 437, 438 Bolling. See Eppes, Bolling Bolling, Cousin, 65 Bolling, Evelina (granddaughter of Mary Jefferson Bolling, sister of TJ), 320, 321n, 328, 330, 331 Bolling, John (husband of Mary Jef- ferson, sister of TJ): intemperance of, 150, 151, 157; marriage, 57n; Mary's visit to, 56, 57n; residence at Chestnut Grove, 57n; mentioned, 202, 321n Bolling, Lucy (wife of William Ran- dolph, brother of TMR, Jr.), 329n, 386n Bolling, Mary Jefferson (Mrs. John, sister of TJ): visits to Monticello, 87, 87n, 134, 158; mentioned, 134, 150, 150n, 151, 163, 194, 254, 254n, 321n Bolling, Uncle. See Bolling, John Bonaparte, Jerome (brother of Na- poleon I): marriage to Elizabeth Patterson, 249, 249n Bonaparte, Napoleon: present of cane to TJ, 277, 277n; rumored visit to Poplar Forest, 410 Bonnycastle, Charles, 451n Book of Common Prayer, The: TJ's copy of, 6n Books: for Martha, 81; for Mary, 81; for Monticello, 81, 133; for TMR, Jr., cost in England, 444 Booling, Cousin. See Eppes, Martha Bolling Boston, Massachusetts: Ellen's resi- dence in, 454; public education in, 473, 474; severe weather in, 465; TJ's arrival at, 2; TJ's departure from, 2 Botetourt County, Virginia, 411n, 412, 425, 426n Botidour. See Botidoux, Marie Ja- cinthe de Botidoux, Marie Jacinthe de: in Paris, 88; Martha's correspondence with, 54, 54n, 382; miniature of, 54n; St. Memin engraving of TJ to, 388; mentioned, 385 Bowles, Davy (TJ slave), 201, 20ln, 237, 237n, 243, 251, 253, 257 Bowman's Folly, Accomac County, Virginia, 128n Boyce, Mr., 145 Boyd's Hole, King William County, Virginia, 219, 221, 221n Boydton, Mecklenburg County, Vir- ginia, 164n Boys, The (family name for Lewis, Ben, and George Wythe Randolph), 10, 10n Brazer, The Rev. John, 458 Breckinridge, Gen. James, 425, 426n Bremo (TJ horse), 83n Brent, Robert, 242n Brent, Mrs. Robert, 242, 242n, 243 Breteuil, Louis-Charles-Auguste le Tonnelier, Baron de, 39, 39n Brimmer (TJ horse), 83, 83n British squadron in Chesapeake Bay, 311, 311n Brodeau, Mrs. Anne, 99, 99n, 102 Brodie, Mr., 289, 289n Bronaugh's Tavern, 228 Brooke, Francis T.: and TJ lottery, 467, 468n Brown, James (Richmond merchant), 63, 64n, 82, 88, 89, 102, 103, 107, 112, 115, 120 Brown, Mary, 157, 157n, 348 Brown, Mather: portrait of TJ by, 161n Brown, Miss. See Brown, Mary; Trist, Mary Brown Brown, Mr. (postmaster at Fredericks- burg), 244 Brown, William, 382, 382n Brown's Tavern, 228, 281 Bruni, Bruny. See Chateaubrun, Mme. Brunette de Brunswick, Duke of, 119, 127 Buchanan, Sarah, 50, 51, 51n Buchanan, William, 33n Buck, John H. (Monticello workman), 169, 169n Buck Island Creek, Albemarle County, Virginia, 70, 78, 78n Buckingham County, Virginia: JWE defeated for Congress from, 241n; JWE elected to Congress from, 241n; TJ's attendance at court in, 409, 410; Millbrook, JWE home in, 285n, 401; Snowden, Randolph Jef- ferson home in, 343n Buffon, Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de: Histoire Naturelle, 70n; writ- ings of, for TMR, Jr., 81; men- tioned, 69, 290, 293, 293n, 354-56 Bullas, Dr. John, 307, 307n Bureau-Pusy, M., 180, 181 Burr, Aaron: arrival in Richmond, 305, 305n; conduct during presi- dential crisis, 1801, 190, 191n; trial, 305n; TJ rival for Presidency, 190; vote for, in Electoral College, 197n Burr conspiracy, 305n, 309 Burrows, Lieut. Col. William W., 242n Burrows, Mrs. William W., 242, 243 Burton, Col. G. H., 447, 448n Burwell (TJ slave), 334, 335n, 429 Burwell, William Armistead (TJ sec- retary), 265, 265n, 291, 291n, 296- 98, 301, 302, 339, 342, 356, 356n, 371, 419 Butterfly's Ball and Grasshopper's Feast, The, 296, 297n C C., J. See Calhoun, John C. C., Mr. See Cooper, Dr. Thomas Cabell, Judge William H.: and TJ lottery, 467 Cadiz, Spain: Richard S. Hackley, con- sul at, 323n, 331, 335n Calash (hat), 75, 78, 79, 81 Caldcleugh & Thomas, 392 Calhoun, John C., 316n Calinas, Sacontala; or The Fatal Ring, 81 Cambridge University. See Harvard College Campbell County, Virginia: Hunter's inn in, 416, 416n Canal (at Monticello): construction of, 110-11 Cane: gift to TJ from Napoleon, 277, 277n Canons of conduct. See Aphorisms Card playing: TJ on, 35 Carlton Road (at Monticello): widen- ing of, 405 Caroline, Lady. See Tufton, Lady Caroline Caroline County, Virginia: Gaymont, Robb home in, 295n; visit by Anne Cary Randolph, 417n; mentioned, 221n, 295n Carr, Aunt. See Carr, Martha Jefferson (Mrs. Dabney) Carr, Mr., 377 Carr, Mrs. See Carr, Martha Jefferson (Mrs. Dabney) Carr, Dabney (Judge), l09n, 180, 181n, 230, 330, 468n Carr, Eleanor (Nelly; Mrs. Samuel), 178n, 231n, 245 Carr, Elizabeth (Betsey) Overton, 231 Carr, Dr. Frank, 180, 181n Carr, Garland (brother of Dabney), 181n Carr, Dr. George, 421, 421n Carr, Hetty (Smith) Stevenson (Mrs. Peter), 178n Carr, Jane, 330, 330n Carr, John Addison, 178n Carr, John Overton, 178n Carr, Lucy. See Terrill, Lucy Carr (Mrs. Richard) Carr, Martha Jefferson (Mrs. Dab- ney): at Jenny Carr's wedding, 277, 278n; children, 31, 31n; health of, 287; TJ's stockings, 205; visit to Ceelys, 158, 158n; visit by Martha, 52; visit by Randolphs, 174; men- tioned, 19, 20, 20n, 112, 181n, 231n Carr, Mary (Polly, TJ niece), 31, 189n Carr, Nelly (Peter Carr's daughter), 177, 178n Carr, Overton (brother of Dabney), 231n Carr, Peter (TJ nephew): and mur- der of Samuel Birch, 189n; and TJ, l09, l09n, 230, 230n, 244, 245; birth of children, 177, 178n; visit to Champe Carter, 135, 136; men- tioned, 2, 115, 231, 231n, 378n Carr, Polly (daughter of Martha Jef- ferson Carr), 31, 31n, 113n, 330-32 Carr, Samuel: at Dunlora, 230; in Al- bemarle County, 112; marriage, 178n, 231n; visit to TJ in Washing- ton, 224; mentioned, 219, 245n, 278n, 303, 303n, 378n Carson, Mrs. B. (at Panthemont), 53, 53n Carter, Champe. See Carter, William Champe Carter, Edward Hill, 135n Carter, George, 189, 189n Carter, Lucy Wood (Mrs. Edward), 125n Carter, William Champe, 135, 135n, 168, 177 Cary, Archibald, 318, 318n Cary, Cousin. See Cary, Wilson Jeffer- son Cary, Jane Barbara Carr (Mrs. Wil- son), 26n, 112, 113n, 155n, 247, 247n, 254n Cary, Jane Blair, 277, 278n Cary, Jenny. See Cary, Jane Barbara Cary, Virginia Randolph (Mrs. Wil- son Jefferson), 361, 366, 375 Gary, Wilson (of Richneck), 26, 115n, 278n Cary, Wilson Jefferson, 26, 158n, 254, 254n, 330n, 362n, 404, 404n Cary, Wilson Miles, 277, 278n, 330, 361, 362n Carysbrook (Cary home in Fluvanna County, Virginia), 361, 363n Castor (TJ horse), 259, 311, 312n Castries, Marquis Charles de, 69, 70n "Catalogue of Paintings &c. at Monti- cello," 59n Cate (TJ slave), 410 Cathalan, Stephen, 429, 429n Cedar Creek, Botetourt County, Vir- ginia, 411n Ceelys (Cary home, Elizabeth City County, Virginia), 155n, 158, 158n Celestini stop (on harpsichord), 43, 43n, 166, 189. See also Harpsichord Celies. See Ceelys Central College: FWE proposed to at- tend, 427; laying of cornerstone, 418, 419, 419n; uncertainty of open- ing, 421. See also Virginia, Univer- sity of Centreville, Virginia, 279n, 281 Ceracchi, Giuseppe: bust of TJ, 74n Chair (TJ vehicle), 251 Charles City County, Virginia (Shir- ley, Carter home in), 75n Charleston, South Carolina, 381 Charlottesville, Virginia: as Albemarle County commercial center, 460n; ball at, 174, 314; barbecue at, 287n; Dabney Carr residence at, 230; Fourth of July celebration, 287, 287n, 346, 346n; Freemason societies in, 418, 419, 419n; hailstorm at, 205; Kit (TJ slave), in jail at, 252; mer- chants in, 428, 429n, 432n; plan of welcome for TJ, 384; post at, 82, 87, 248; schools in, 331, 421, 421n; men- tioned, 66, 66n, 67, 87n, 159, 183, 230, 231n, 245n, 248n Chastellux, Marquis de, l01n Chateaubrun, Mme. Brunette de (Bruni, Bruny), 69, 71, 75, 141 Chemistry: TJ on, 377 Chesapeake affair, 309, 310, 321n Chess: TJ's ivory chessmen lost, 89 Chesterfield, Lord, Letters: 293 Chesterfield County, Virginia: Ber- muda Hundred, 8; Chestnut Grove, 57n; Presqu'ile, 57n; mentioned, 1n, 64n, 216n Chestertown, Maryland, 137 Chestnut Grove (Bolling home in Chesterfield County, Virginia), 56, 57n, 149, 151 Chew's inn, 146, 147n Chickahominy River: Virginia militia camp on, 406n Chickasaws (TJ horses), 244 Childbirth: TJ characterization as "knock of the elbow," 250; urged presence of doctor, 248, 249n; urged presence of midwife, 210 Children: as contribution to family happiness, 71; TJ on treatment of sick, 165 Chilower (William Randolph home in Cumberland County, Virginia), 329n Chisholm, Hugh (Monticello car- penter), 284, 285n, 360, 361n, 405 Christmas: presents exchanged at Monticello, 70n; TJ mention of, 149, 169; mentioned, 70, 372, 374, 394, 395, 407, 408, 431 Church, Catherine (Kitty), 145, 145n, 153, 155 Church, Mr. and Mrs. John Baker, 145, 145n Cimitiere. See du Simitiere, Pierre Eugene City Point (Prince George County, Virginia), 189, 190, 190n, 194, 226 Claiborne, Gov. William Charles Coles, 281, 282n Clark, Captain George Rogers, 299 Clark, William, 359n Clarke, Bowling (overseer at Poplar Forest), 134, 134n Clarke, General Elijah, 225, 225n Clarke, John, 225, 225n, 411, 412n Clarkson, Manoah (Monticello work- man), 94, 94n, 110-ll, 1lln Clarkson, Samuel, 83n Clarkson, Thomas, History of the Rise, . . . African Slave Trade, 374, 375n Claxton, Robert, l04n Clinton, De Witt, l00n Cocke, Gen. John Hartwell, 83n, 406 Coke Littleton, 394 Coles, Isaac, 265-67, 298, 299n, 302, 342, 382, 385, 388 Coles, John, 265n, 425, 426n Coles, Tucker, 425, 426n Colesville, Virginia, 215, 216n Colle (Philip Mazzei home in Albe- marle County, Virginia), 73n College of Philadelphia, 392n Colquohoun, Mr., 97 Columbia, South Carolina: FWE at college in, 433, 434 Columbiad, The, 373 Columbian Magazine, The, 271n Common Sense. See Paine, Thomas "Comparative View." See Gregory, John Composition (writing): TJ on, 369, 397, 428 Congress: acquisition of Louisiana Territory, 255; bill for removal of capital, 59; establishment of U. S. Bank, 73, 73n; Excise Law of 1791, 73, 73n; John Randolph affair with Army, 181; need to raise money, 179, 181; opposition to reduction of Army, taxes, 216; renewal of Non- Intercourse Act with France, 181; suspension of trade with France, 179 Connecticut Republican, The, 272n Continental Congress, 23 Coocks Voyages, 323 Cook, James, 324n Coolidge, Ellen Randolph (Mrs. Jo- seph): and TJ, 10, 454; correspond- ence from New England, 454-57. See also Randolph, Ellen Wayles Coolidge, Ellenora Randolph (Ellen Coolidge's daughter), 475n Coolidge, Joseph, 457n, 462 Cooper, Thomas, 187, 188n, 423, 424, 424n, 433, 434, 437, 438 Cope, Arabella Diana, 53, 53n Cope, Sir Charles, 53n Cornwallis, Lord, 95, 95n, 108n Corny, Mme. de, 44, 45n Correa de Serra, 423, 424n Cosway, Maria (Mrs. Richard), 32n, 262, 262n Cox, Thomas & Co., 447 Craven, John H., 191, 192n, 207-10 Crawford, The Rev. William, 357n Cretia's Johnny (TJ slave), 419 Crita (TJ slave, daughter of Betty Hemings), 211, 224, 229, 232 Cropper, Gen. John, 128n Cropper, Margaret Pettit (Mrs. John), 128n Cropper, Sarah Corbin, 127, 128n, 147 Crownenshield, Mr., 391 Culpeper County, Virginia, 227n Cumberland, Richard, 70n Cumberland County, Virginia: Angola tract in, 8n; Bizarre, Randolph home in, 95n, 413n; Chilower, Wil- liam Randolph home in, 329n; Hors du Monde in, 26, 26n; mentioned, 65, 65n, 105, 399n Cummings & Hilliard, 452, 453 Cuningham & Nesbitt, 182 Currie, Dr. James, 134, 135n Cutts, Richard, 315, 316n Cutts, Mrs. Richard, 282, 283n, 316n, 413, 413n, 414 D Dancing: TJ on, 34, 35; mentioned, 333, 352, 360 Danville, Dutchess. See Anville, La Duchesse d' Dashiel, Mr., 423 Dashwood, Miss. See Lee, Mrs. Rachel Fanny Antonina Dashwood, Sir Francis, 312n Daubenton, Louis-Jean-Marie, 69, 70n Daugherty, Joseph (Washington hos- tler), 283, 283n Davenport, William (Monticello workman), 157, 157n, 165, 175 Davies, Mrs. Benjamin, 9l, 91n Davy, 289, 290, 292, 303, 313, 313n, 315, 320, 342, 343, 374 Dawson, Martin, 216, 216n Dearborn, Gen. Henry, 261, 262, 262n, 286, 311, 351, 380, 381, 391, 427n, 464 Debt: TJ on, 43 Declaration of Independence: written on desk owned by TJ, 461-63; men- tioned, 20n Della Malattie del Grano. See Gin- anni, Francesco Derieux, Justin Pierre Plumard, 73, 73n Derieux, Mr., 121 De Saussure, Judge Henry William, 436 Desoles. See Solis, Antonio de Dillon, Arthur Richard de (Bishop of Narbonne), 32, 33n Dinsmore, James (Monticello carpen- ter), 160, 160n, 164, 248, 359 Diodorus Siculus, 341, 338n Diomede (TJ horse), 350, 350n "Discourses on Davila," 56, 56n Divers, Martha Walker (Mrs. George), 174, 175n Domestic manufacturing: TJ on, 329 Don Quixote, 52, 53, 56, 57, 70, 78 Dorset, John Frederick Sackville, 3rd Duke of, 85 Dover, Goochland County, Virginia, 132n Dover Creek, Goochland County, 132n Downey's Ford, 227 Dramatic Dialogues, 372 Dress: TJ on economy in, 152; TJ on women's, 22 Duane, William: charged and in- dicted under Alien and Sedition Acts, 187, 188n; TJ and, 243, 308 Dubroca, Louis, Le ton de la bonne compagnie, 360, 361n Dufief, Nicolas Gouin, 293n Duke, Henry (Monticello bricklayer), 162, 162n Duke (Duc) de Fronsac, 86 Duke of Orleans, 70 Dumbarton Oaks (Acrolophos), 386n Dumouriez, Charles-Francois, 119, 120n Dunciad, The, 373 Dungeness (Isham Randolph home in Goochland County, Virginia), 135, 135n, 225 Dunglison, Dr. Robley (TJ's last physician), 11, 45n, 479 Dunlora (Carr home in Albemarle County, Virginia), 230, 231n, 245, 245n, 278n du Pont, M., 177, 180, 181 du Simitiere, Pierre Eugene, 21-24, 46 E E., Mr. See Eppes, John Wayles Earthquake (at Monticello), 69, 69n East (North) Road (Monticello), 249, 250n Economy: TJ on, 152 Edgehill (TMR, Jr., home in Albe- marle County, Virginia): abstract of title, 55n; deeded to TMR, Jr., 55n, 95n; Benjamin Franklin Ran- dolph born at, 352n; Mary Jefferson Randolph born at, 394n; Mary at, 209, 240, 241, 249, 256, 258, 258n; repair of, 288, 336; sicknesses at, 188, 211-17, 229-34, 243, 244, 271, 273, 275; visitors at, 209; mentioned, 6, 7, 9, 54, 66, 94, 95n, 148, 182, 186, 217, 220, 273. See also, for other vis- itors, Carr, Polly; Clarke, John; Jefferson, Randolph; Lewis, Mrs. Nicholas; Lindsay, Col. and Mrs. Reuben; Milledge, John; Monroe, James; Nevil, Anna Scott Jefferson; Randolph, Jane Cary; Randolph, William Edgeworth, Maria: The Modern Gri- selda, 361, 362n, 400; Moral Tales for Young People, 401, 401n; Rosa- mond, 383, 383n Education: TJ on, 251 Edy (TJ slave), 242, 242n Egglestone, Matilda Maury, 425 Electoral College, 197n Elemens de l'Histoire de France, 324, 324n Elementa Linguae Graecae, 415n Elements of Criticism, 276n Elements of the Philosophy of the Hu- man Mind, 439, 440n Elizabeth, Aunt. See Eppes, Elizabeth Wayles (Mrs. Francis) Elizabeth City County, Virginia (Ceelys, Cary home in), 158n Elkhill (TJ plantation in Goochland County, Virginia), 108, 108n, 128n Elk Island, 108n Elk Run Church, 228, 281 Elkton, Maryland, 127 "Ellenaroon" (Elleanroon). See Ran- dolph, Ellen Wayles Elliott, Stephen, 434, 435, 436n, 437 Ellsworth, Mrs. Oliver (TJ neighbor in New York City), 51, 51n Elzevir Press, 433n Embargo: effects of, 329, 334; Presi- dent's power to suspend, 342; repeal of, 383, 383n Encyclopedie, ou Dictionnaire Rai- sonee ..., 69, 70n, 81 England: conditions in, 145; conflict with France, 115; conflict with Spain, 59, 64, 65; economic condi- tion of, 173; relations with U.S., 128, 144, 214; trade with U.S., 383n; war with U.S., 311 Enniscorthy (Coles farm in Albemarle County, Virginia), 265n Ennui: TJ on, 34, 35, 41, 54, 194 Epileptic fits: TJ on, 255 Episcopal Church: burial rites for TJ, 12 Eppes, Aunt. See Eppes, Elizabeth Wayles (Mrs. Francis) Eppes, Betsy, 150, 211 Eppes, Bolling, 163 Eppes, Elizabeth Cleland Randolph (Mrs. Francis Wayles), 448, 472. See also Randolph, Mary Elizabeth Cle- land Eppes, Elizabeth Wayles (Mrs. Fran- cis, TJ sister-in-law): role as Mary's mother, 1-3; Mary reluctant to leave, 31; mentioned, 1n, 19, 20, 26, 29, 31, 79n, 224, 226, 267 Eppes, Francis (Martha's and Mary's uncle), 8, 20n, 21, 21n, 79n, 158, 163, 215 Eppes, Francis Wayles (FWE): able to read, 321; advice from TJ, 402, 405, 414; admittance to bar, 471; at Georgetown College, 420; at Lynch- burg school, 403; at Millbrook, 427, 432, 445; at South Carolina College, 433, 434, 442, 443; birth of, 9, 210; division of JWE's estate, 449; cor- respondence with TJ, 402, 428, 446; education of, 348n, 420, 421, 422, 427, 439, 441-45, 448; inheritor of Poplar Forest, 11, 450, 451n, 452, 471; marriage, 11, 448n; relations with TJ, 470, 471; mentioned, 10, 224, 336, 402, 407, 408, 414, 428, 435, 443, 446, 447, 452 Health: believed epileptic, 252, 255; teething, 217, 224, 229, 235; whooping cough, 211-13, 215, 216; mentioned, 218, 221, 230, 231, 240, 263, 265, 336 Eppes, John Wayles (JWE, husband of Mary Jefferson): as TJ's son-in- law, 7, 48; death, 449; death of child, 184; election to Congress, 241, 241n; engagement, 146, 147n; estate of, 64n, 149, 149n, 171, 221, 450; finances, 442, 447; marriage, 7; terms in Congress and Senate, 241n; will, 450; mentioned, 7, 48, 79, 79n, 80, 115, 135, 147n, 164, 171, 171n, 201, 203, 204, 207, 216-18, 225, 230, 234, 235, 250, 258, 263, 284, 285n, 348n, 350n, 421, 428, 441n, 448n, 449n Health: erysipelas, 321; memory impaired, 447; serious illness, 432; wounded while being bled, 445; mentioned, 162 Eppes, Maria Jefferson, 263, 267, 277, 278n Eppes, Martha Bolling (daughter of Francis and Elizabeth Eppes): 25, 25n, 57 Eppes, Mary Jefferson (Mrs. John Wayles): affection for Martha, 194; affection for TJ, 154, 171, 217; ap- prehension of birth of child, 256; at Bermuda Hundred, 204; at Edge- hill, 238, 240, 249, 256; at Epping- ton, 28, 149, 150, 154, 157, 163, 178, 189, 202, 207, 215, 224, 226, 229, 234; at Mont Blanco, 186; birth of, 259n; birth of children, 181, 182n, 211n, 254, 255, 258, 258n; correspondence with TJ, 70, 163, 171, 189, 216; death of, 9, 9n, 259n; death of first child, 182, 185; harpsichord, 159, 160n, 163; visit to Washington, 240; men- tioned, 5, 7, 8, 12, 150, 154, 155, 157, 158, 163, 166, 176, 178, 179, 185, 186, 194, 202, 204, 208, 210, 212, 217, 221, 224, 226, 229-31, 232, 235, 236, 239, 240, 250, 251n, 254n, 256, 257, 258 Health: birth of child, 181, 182n; sore breasts, 184, 185, 215, 216; good, 218, 221, 225, 232, 234, 238, 256; ill, 209; loss of use of hands, 216, 217n; pregnant, low in spirits, 252; recov- ery after loss of child, 186; men- tioned, 150, 151, 154, 159, 162, 167, 168, 171, 176, 179, 180, 187, 200. See also Jefferson, Mary Eppes, Uncle. See Eppes, Francis Eppington (Francis Eppes home in Chesterfield County, Virginia): early home of Lucy and Mary Jefferson, 1n; mentioned, 7, 20n, 25, 26, 155n, 158-59, 171n, 179, 180, 204, 206, 219, 231, 241n. See also, for visitors to, Carr, Mary (Polly); Eppes, Mary Jefferson; Marks, Anna Scott Jeffer- son (Mrs. Hastings); Randolph, Anne Cary; Randolph, Martha Jef- ferson Euripides: TJ on, 433 European affairs: Algerine War ended, 328; Anglo-Spanish conflict, 59, 64, 65; British defeat at Dunkirk, 125; Continental war in prospect, 280; England, France, Spain on verge of war, 115; Franco-American relations, 159; Franco-British posi- tion, 159; Franco-Prussian conflict, 119; King of Sweden, attempted assassination of, 99; Russo-Turkish conflict, 65; Toulon recaptured by French, 127; Toulon seized by Brit- ish, 125; U.S. relations with Eng- land and Spain, 128 Evelina, Cousin. See Bolling, Evelina Everett, Dr. Charles, 247, 247n, 268, 268n Evins (Evans), John, 333n Exercise: TJ on, 34, 35 F Fairfax County, Virginia: inn at Cen- treville in, 279n Fairfax County Court House, 228, 281 Fairfield: militia camp at, 406 Falling Springs, Virginia, 426n Farm, The (Nicholas Lewis home, Albemarle County, Virginia), l01n, 362n Farmington (George Divers home, Albemarle County, Virginia), 174 Farrel & Jones, 86n Faubourg Saint-Germain: Abbaye Royale de Panthemont in, 32n Federalists: opposition to TJ, 187, 190, 191, 197n, 249, 249n, 263 Feds. See Federalists Fenelon, Francois de Salignac de la Motte, 268n Fenno, John, 55n Fenno's paper. See Gazette of the United States, The Fifer. See Fyfe, Andrew Fincastle (county seat, Botetourt County, Virginia), 411n Fine arts: TJ on, 275, 276 First Roundabout (Monticello), 254, 254n Fitzhugh, Mr., 63 Fleming, Mary Randolph (Mrs. Tarl- ton): death, 160, 161n; residence at Rockcastle, Powhatan County, 53; mentioned, 52, 53n, 68, 73, 323, 323n Fleming, Tarlton, 323n Flood's, Noah (inn in Buckingham County, Virginia), 410, 416n, 433 Flower, Mr., 418 Flowing Springs, Virginia, 426n Floyd, Polly, 20, 20n Floyd, William, 20n Fluvanna Court House, 103 Fontress, Valentine, 205, 205n Forest, Miss, 347 Forest, The (Charles City County, Virginia), 1n Forte piano (John Hawkins' "portable grand"), 183, 184, 184n, 189 Fosset, Joe (TJ slave), 63n, 430, 481 Fourth of July celebration: Char- lottesville, 1808, 346, 346n; TJ on fatigues of, 347; TJ on future cele- brations of, 461, 462 Foushee, William (owner of Rich- neck), 155n France: Army to St. Domingo and Martinique, 76; conditions in 1791, 76; National Garden of, 359; Non- Intercourse Act and, 181; progress of Revolution, 86; relations with England, 115, 122, 159; relations with U.S., 144, 159, 166, 179, 383n; sale of church lands, 69; U.S. envoys to, 164, 165n; U.S. envoys leave, 166 Frankfort, Pennsylvania, 365n Franklin (Bache home in Albemarle County, Virginia), 178n Franklin, Benjamin: and abolition of slavery, 369n; TJ on, 364; thought to be author of Common Sense, 438; mentioned, 86n Franklin, Dr. See Franklin, Benjamin Franklin, Mr. See Franklin, William Temple Franklin, William Temple, 85, 85n, 86n Frederick County, Maryland, 25n Fredericksburg, Virginia, 63, 128, 219, 221, 221n, 244, 273, 273n Fredericksville Parish, Albemarle County, Virginia, 133n, 175n, 223n Freeman, John Holmes (Monticello overseer), 279, 279n, 304, 304n Freemason Society, Charlottesville, Virginia: requested to lay corner- stone at Central College, 418, 419, 419n French Agricultural Society: TJ as member of, 63n French Revolution: TJ on, 86; paper currency of, l00n French West Indies: conditions in, 90, 101 Freneau, Philip, 90, 91n Freneau's paper. See National Gazette Fullerton, Mrs. Valeria, 127, 128n Furniture: shipment of, 65, 66n, 115 Fyfe, Andrew, A Compendium of the Anatomy of the Human Body, 357, 357n G Gallatin, Albert, 261, 262n, 344 Gallatin, Maria (sister of Albert Gal- latin and wife of Joseph H. Nichol- son), 287n Gallatin, Mr. and Mrs. Albert: 284, 287, 287n Gamble, Col. Robert, 123, 124, 124n, 128, 132 Gambling: TJ on, 41 Gantt, Dr. Edward: investigations of smallpox inoculations, 216, 216n Gardening: TJ on, 276, 391 Garrett, Alexander: executor of TJ's estate, 11, 480; marriage, 328, 330 Garrett, Sandy. See Garrett, Alexander Garth, Elijah, 287, 287n Gates, Gen. Horatio, 25, 26n Gaymont (Robb home in Caroline County, Virginia), 295n Gazette of the United States, The (Federalist newspaper), 54, 55n, 56n, 97, 99, 114, 127 Geddis, Miss, 141 Gem, Dr. Richard, 39n Genet, Edmund Charles, 119, 128 Genlis, Countess de, Les Veillees du chateau, 70, 70n George, "Great" or "Big" (TJ slave), 172, 172n, 176, 229n George, "Little" (TJ slave), 183n Georges, The (TJ slaves). See George, "Great," and George, "Little" George III: death rumored, 182, 182n; granted TJ Natural Bridge, 411n Georgetown, Virginia, 59, 123, 228, 281, 286n Georgetown College, 420, 422 Gerardin, Mr. See Girardin, Louis Hue Germantown, Pennsylvania, 126, 127 Gerry, Elbridge, 165n, 166, 172 Giannini, Antonio, 82 Gibbons' Roman Empire, 62 Gibson, Patrick, 408, 408n Gibson & Jefferson, 163n, 392, 408n Gibson's, Mrs. (Buckingham County inn), 416, 416n Giles, William Branch, 90, 90n, 241, 241n Gilmer, Francis Walker, 458 Gilmer, Dr. George, 74, 75n, 98, 132, 247, 247n Gilmer, Mrs. George, 92, 92n, 94 Gilmer, Dr. John, 247, 247n Gilmer, T., 430 Gilmer, Thomas Walker (son of Dr. George Gilmer), 75, 75n, 78 Gilmer, Gov. Thomas Walker, 75n Gilmer, Walker. See Gilmer, Thomas Walker Ginanni, Francesco, Della Malattie del Grano, 92n Girardin, Louis Hue, 395, 396, 396n Goldsmith, Oliver, The Grecian His- tory . . ., The Roman History ..., 248, 248n Goliah (TJ slave), 111, 153, 154n, 201, 258 Gondrecourt family, 120n Gondrecourt, Monsieur, 119 Goochland County, Virginia: The Bird, Lewis home in, 92n; Dover, settlement in, 132n; Dungeness, Isham Randolph home in, 135, 135n; Elkhill, TJ farm in, 128n; Elk Island, TJ land in, 108, 108n; Tuck- ahoe, TMR, Sr., home in, 5; men- tioned, 53n Gordon, N. (innkeeper in Orange County, Virginia), 241, 241n, 281 Gordonsville, 235n Goulding, Abraham (TJ servant), 212, 212n, 244 Graecum Lexicon Manuale, 428n Grant, Mr. (innkeeper in Baltimore, Maryland), 90 Grasshopper's Ball, The. See Butter- fly's Ball and Grasshopper's Feast, The Gray, Horace, 475 Gray, John, 474, 475 Gray's Ferry (on Schuylkill River), 114n, 279, 279n "Great" George. See George, "Great" or "Big" Grecian History, The, 248, 248n, 293, 296, 296n. See also Goldsmith, Oli- ver Greek: TJ on, 434 Green, Judge John Williams: and TJ lottery, 467, 468n Greenbrier County, Virginia, 426n Green Springs, Virginia, 235, 235n, 332 Gregory, John, A Comparative View of the State ..., 72, 72n, 76 Grey's Gardens, 119 Grizzle (Monticello dog), 61, 67n Grove, The (arboretum at Monti- cello), 98, 98n Guadaloupe: civil disorders at, 119 H H., Mr. See Harvie, John Ha-ha (at Monticello), 405, 405n Hackley, Harriet Randolph (Mrs. Richard S.), 287, 287n, 325n, 331, 398 Hackley, Richard S., 254, 254n, 274, 323, 323n, 325, 326, 375 Hackley, Uncle. See Richard S. Hack- ley Halcomb, Mr., 403 Halifax, North Carolina, 285n, 448n Hamilton, Alexander, 192, 197n Hamilton, William, 391, 392n Hammond, Mr., 128 Hammond, George, 106, 106n Handwriting: TJ on, 397 Hanson, Richard, 86, 86n Harpsichord (Martha's), 33, 34n, 37, 40, 43, 43n Harpsichord (Mary's), 159, 160, 160n, 165, 194, 432 Harris, Capt. John, 425, 426 Harrison, Jane, 314 Harrison, Mrs., 345 Harrison, Polly, 314 Harvard College, 464 Harvie, Gabriella, 60, 60n Harvie, John, 55n, 60, 61 Hatch, The Rev. Mr., 12 Hauy, Rene Just, Traite de Mineral- ogie, 445n Hawkins, Benjamin, 114, 114n Hawkins, John, 114, 114n Hawkins, Mr., 365n Hay, Judge George, 346n Hayes, Thomas, 333n Head of Elk, 115 Health: TJ on, 34, 407 Hederich, Benjamin, Graecum Lexi- con Manuale, 428, 428n Hemings, Betty (TJ slave), 63n, 90, 211n, 229n, 231, 231n, 232 Hemings family, 63n Hemings, Harriot (TJ slave), 153, 154n Hemings, James (TJ slave), 81, 81n, 145, 145n Hemings, John (TJ slave), 12, 201, 201n, 254, 419, 420, 431, 451, 454n, 461, 480 Hemings, Peter (TJ slave), 229, 229n, 233, 238, 239 Hemings, Robert (TJ slave), 63, 63n, 80, 80n, 107, 111, 131, 132n, 133n, 395, 436 Hemings, Sally (TJ slave), 4, 81, 81n, 154n, 231n, 232 Henderson's lands, Albemarle Coun- ty, Virginia, 289 Henriade, La, 373 Henrico County, Virginia (Varina in), 49, 50n, 53n Henry (TJ slave), 431 Henry, Patrick, 116n Herrera y Tordesillas, Antonio de, 81 Herring's, 220, 281 Higginbotham, David, 238, 239n, 252, 345, 397, 400 Hill, Joseph John, 333n Historia de la Conquista de Mexico. See Solis, Antonio de Histoire d'un Insecte qui devore les Grains de l'Angoumois. See Tillet, Mathieu Histoire Naturelle, generale et partic- uliere, 69, 70n History of the Corruptions of Chris- tianity, An, 244, 244n, 245 History of Florida, 81 History of the Peloponnesian War. See Thucydides History of the Roman People, 32 History of Sandford and Merton, The. See Sandford, Henry Holland, 115 Holliday, Miss, 50, 52, 53n Hollingsworth, Jacob, 115, 115n Hollingsworth, John, 115n Holly. See Holliday, Miss Holly Camp, 406, 406n Holmes, Andrew, 333n Home, Henry, Lord Kames, Elements of Criticism, 276n Homer, 324, 428 Homespun: TJ on, 334, 372 Hope's Philadelphia Price-Current, 382 Hopkinson, Francis, 20n Hopkinson, Mrs. Francis, 19, 20n, 21- 26, 102 Horace, 423 Hornsby, Joseph, l01n Hornsby, Mildred, l01n Hors du Monde (Skipwith home, Cumberland County, Virginia), 26, 26n, 65, 65n Horseback riding: TJ on, 82 Horse racing: TJ on, 354 Horses, 83n, 160, 201, 203, 204. See also Bedford; Brimmer; Castor; Chickasaws; Diomede; Hyatilda; Midas; My Heart; Remus; Seelah; Tarquin Horticulture: TJ on, 276 Hotel de Langeac, 4 Hotel d'Orleans, 2 Hot Springs, Virginia, 425, 425n Houdon, 221, 222n House, Mrs. Mary, 20n, 21, 25 House, Samuel, 20n, 21, 21n House of Representatives: Burr-TJ election in, 197n; Democratic ma- jority in, 215; election of TJ as President in, 197n Housekeeping: TJ on, 170, 446, 447 Housewives: TJ on, 309 Hughes, Mr. (overseer at Varina), 131, 134 Hundred, The. See Bermuda Hun- dred Hunter's (Campbell County, Virginia, inn), 416, 416n Hunting, 402 Hyatilda (TJ horse), 409 Hylton, Daniel L., 86, 86n, 87, 97, 108, 148n, 155n Hylton, William, 147, 148n, 155, 155n I Iliad, The, 324, 373 Indian commissioners, 124 Indians, 96, 108 Indolence: TJ on, 34, 35 Influenza, 313, 315 Inoculations. See Smallpox Intoxication: TJ on, 151 Isaac (TJ slave), 303 Israel (TJ slave), 405 Ivory memorandum books, 349 J Jackson, Gen. Andrew, 412 Jackson's Mountain, 425 Jame (TMR, Jr., slave), 134n James (TJ slave), 405. See also Hem- ings, James James River, 8, 53n, 132n, 190n, 343n, 399n James River Upper District, 86n Jamey (TMR, Jr., slave), 134, 134n Jansonii Press, 433n Jay, John, 99, l00n "Jeff." See Jefferson, Martha Jefferson, George, 162, 163n, 236 Jefferson, Mrs. George, 174, 175n Jefferson, Jane Randolph (Mrs. Peter), 75n Jefferson, Lucy (TJ daughter), 1, 3, 21, 24, 26 Jefferson, Martha (TJ daughter): aphorisms from TJ, 21, 30, 34, 35, 40, 41; clothing, 2, 3, 22, 43; descrip- tions of, 4, 5; dowry, 49, 50, 50n; education of, 19, 21-24, 26, 30, 32- 34, 37, 38, 42, 43; ennui, perils of, 34, 35, 41; harpsichord for, 33, 34n, 42; health of, 34, 35, 38, 39, 39n, 42; inheritance, 11; and Mary, 36, 37; at Panthemont, 32, 33, 37, 38; in Paris, 2, 44, 45n; schoolmates (see Annesley, Julia; Botidoux, Marie Jacinthe de; Carson, Mrs. B.; Chateaubrun, Mme. Brunette de; Church, Catherine; Gondrecourt family; Tufton, Lady Caroline); on slavery, 39; social engagements of, 31, 31n, 44, 425; and TMR, Jr., 5, 6, 50n; and TJ, 1n, 8, 21-26, 32, 41, 44. See also Randolph, Martha Jef- ferson (Mrs. Thomas Mann, Jr.) Jefferson, Martha Wayles Skelton (Mrs. Thomas): death, 1n, 9; seal of, 329; Wayles debt from, 55n; mentioned, 20n Jefferson, Mary (TJ daughter): aph- orisms for, 29, 30, 52, 83, 84, 149; birth of, 259n; books for, 62, 62n, 81; clothing, 25, 77, 79, 81; descrip- tions of, 4, 5, 68, 95; dowry, 147n; education of, 4, 25, 53, 56, 57, 65, 68, 72, 74, 75, 78, 81-84, 91n; health of, 3, 21, 24, 53, 70, 83, 86, 89, 91, 94- 96, 105-7, 114, 119, 121, 134, 144; horse for, 80; and JWE, 7, 146, 147n; and letter-writing, 96, 106, 107, 120; and Martha, 6, 36, 70; at Monti- cello, 70, 73, 77, 78, 80, 83, 87; at Panthemont, 45; in Paris, 3, 4, 38n, 42, 44, 44n; in Philadelphia, 7, 91, 91n; schoolmates (see Allen, Miss; Church, Catherine; Cropper, Sarah Corbin; Geddis, Miss); and TJ, 1n, 4, 29, 31, 53, 55, 60-61, 70, 72-74, 77-79, 83, 87, 90, 126; and TMR, Jr., 62; visits of, 53, 56, 58, 60, 61, 121, 143; mentioned, 21, 24, 53, 70, 83, 86, 89, 91, 94-96, 105-7, 114, 119, 121, 134 Jefferson, Randolph: children 343n; death, 409n; estate, 410; wills, 410; mentioned, 182, 183n, 290, 343, 343n, 409 Jefferson, Mrs. Randolph, 174, 175n Jefferson, Thomas -Aphorisms: for Ellen, 214, 329; for FWE, 402, 415; for Martha, 20, 34- 37, 40, 41, 102; for Mary, 29, 30, 40, 41, 83, 84; for TJR, 362-65, 369 -Business affairs: account books, l0; Albemarle County holdings, in- come of, 386; application for loan, 431n; Cathalan's papers, 429; debts, 451n, 467n; estimated income in 1809, 386; finances, 11, 319, 327, 385, 386, 431n, 467, 467n, 468, 468n, 469, 476; lottery, 11, 466, 467n, 468, 468n, 469; and Wilson Cary Nicholas notes, 431n; and Rivanna Co., 460n; Shadwell toll mill, 248n, 325, 325n; and TJR's services, 469; and TMR, Jr.'s creditors, 11, 319; tobacco, 77, 86, 87, 138, 144; Wayles debt, 86n -Correspondence: apology for not writing, 36, 203, 218, 248, 365; bur- den of, 427, 434, 443, 462; com- plaints about, 9, 25, 54, 55, 67, 71, 87, 89, 91, 92, 126, 172, 180, 188, 202, 216, 244, 271, 275, 279, 287, 312, 392, 397, 411; with Ellen, 271, 296; with Eppeses, 9, 206; with grand- children, 337; with Martha, 23, 26, 33, 73, 83, 167; with Mary, 60, 62, 72; and the post, 87, 88, 158, 282, 383; and Randolphs, 9 -Family concerns: Bizarre, 115, 116; children, 2, 8, 43, 77, 186; Edgehill, 6; Elizabeth Eppes, 226; FWE, 10, 11, 218, 434; JWE, 7, 146, 158, 180, 285n, 450; Eppington, 147n, 159; family's importance to, 1, 51, 86, 142, 145, 150, 151, 155, 156, 161, 164, 174, 180, 184, 185, 190, 191, 195-97, 208, 210, 218, 219, 249, 263, 289, 315, 344, 377; family worries, 469; gifts, 123; grandchildren, 6, 7, 9, l0, 10n, 71, 72n, 73, 77, 113, 162, 182, 185, 214, 223, 223n, 258, 258n, 265, 269, 271, 271n, 274, 278, 291, 296, 305, 307, 309, 321, 378, 383, 401; Jane Jefferson Lewis, 292n; Anna Scott Marks, 208n; Martha, 6, 7, 8, 28, 31, 35, 37, 40, 44, 51, 54, 55n, 58, 72n, 77, 92n, 93, 99, 105, 142, 155, 206, 224, 225, 227, 237, 263, 265, 266, 266n, 267, 272, 272n, 281, 404; Mary, 3, 4, 7, 8, 25, 29, 41, 52, 55, 56, 60, 62, 62n, 72, 141, 146, 147n, 148, 153, 158, 159, 160n, 162, 167, 168, 168n, 185, 196, 201, 203, 206, 210, 219, 226, 232, 241, 256, 259; Monticello, 191, 208; Pantops, 8, 8n; as parent, 2, 9, 10, 327, 469, 470; as parent in absentia, 2; Anne Cary Randolph, 10, 105, 197, 133, 188; Ellen Wayles Randolph, 10, 269, 312, 457; Jenny Randolph, 273, 277; Nancy Randolph, 123; TJR, 133, 195, 242, 262, 353, 362-65, 368, 369, 393, 408; TMR, Jr., 10, 11, 56, 60, 114, 244, 300; Mrs. Trist, 383; as "vagrant father," 2 -Health: account of, 1818, 427n; boils, 426; colds, 93, 150, 153, 159, 169, 170, 302, 302n; death, 11, 12, 479, 480; "entirely prostrated," 426; "eruptive complaint," 427n; evacu- ations, 479; eyes, 168, 168n, 169; feebleness, 459; fingernail, loss of, 292; hand, 448; headaches, 23n, 56, 56n, 57-59, 85, 236, 302, 302n, 304-6, 338, 338n, 339-41; influenza, 322; jawbone diseased, 317, 317n, 321, 330, 373, 377; rheumatism, 144, 145n, 147, 237, 354, 355, 424, 431, 432n; seasickness, 40; shoulder, 420; teeth, 317, 317n, 368; at Warm Springs, 423-27; wrist, 32n, 34, 434, 448; mentioned, 11, 19, 23-26, 33, 83, 105, 136, 137, 142, 144, 172, 249, 307, 315, 317, 427, 458, 462, 478 -Iconography: Mather Brown por- trait, 161n; Ceracchi bust, 74n; Houdon bust, 221, 222; prints, 221, 222n; John Reich medal (Peace Medal), 221, 221n, 222, 222n; Saint Memin portrait, 253n -Intellectual life: advice for Anne Cary, 251; advice to Ellen, 333; ad- vice to FWE, 414, 433, 434, 437, 441, 443; advice to TJR, 351, 353, 391, 395; books, 374, 440n, 444, 445; early study habits, 368, 369; education of grandchildren, 10, 347n; French, study of, 407, 433; Greek, study of, 414, 434; Goldsmith, Oliver, 248, 248n; Latin, study of, 428, 434; law books for FWE, 444, 446; libraries, 433n, 453, 453n; Martha, study plan for, 19, 20; Paine's Rights of Man, 99; Petit Format Library, 433n; Sal- lust, 369, 370; supervision of JWE's education, 79n; Tacitus, 369, 370; University of Virginia, 457 -Opinions on: Aeschylus, 433; Alien and Sedition Law, 187; Amer- ican character, 35; aristocrats, 119; balloon travel, 109; black rule in West Indies, 127; Lord Bolingbroke, 437, 438; British economy, 173; Burr, and Presidential crisis, 190; card playing, evils of, 35; chemistry, 377; childbearing, 250; children and domestic happiness, 6, 71; children's health, 107; clothing, 43; college curricula, 436; condition of Virginia estates, 152; correspondence with children, 144; debt, 43, 319, 320; depression in 1800, 182; domestic manufactures, 329; domestic pur- suits, 54; droughts, combat of, 122; early marriage, 11; economy in dressing, 152; economy in marriage, 152; education, 23; end of world, 21; et cetera, 338; Euripides, 423; European concept of marriage, 10, 11; exercise, 34, 35, 234; family af- fairs, 60, 61; family society, 146, 170; fine arts, 276; Federalists in 1801, 191; Fourth of July celebrations, 347; Benjamin Franklin, 364; free labor, 457; French Revolution, 86; gambling, 41; Giles, William Branch, 241, 241n; good neighbors, 80; gossip, family and neighbor- hood, 478; government move to Philadelphia, 58; Greek, 428; habit- ual intoxication, 151; handwriting, 96, 166, 397; harmony in marriage, 7, 151, 152; health, 34, 34n, 195, 407; horseback riding, for ladies, 82; housekeeping, 71, 170, 309; law texts, 446; letter writing, 20; life in New York City, 51; life at Warm Springs, 425; mathematics, 395; me- chanical arts, 276; metaphysical studies, 439; motherhood, 71; music, 51; natural philosophy, 395, 444; North Carolina University, 441n; Thomas Paine, 437, 438; parents and children, 92; politics in Phila- delphia, 162; post, 113; Presidency, 197; Presidential election of 1801, 190, 191; Presidential Message, 170; protocol, 255n; public office, 96; Rockfish Gap Commission, 423; sewing, 35; society, 219; Sophocles, 433; spelling, 20; surgeons, 376; TMR, Jr., 5, 6, 51; Virginia springs, 425; Virginia University, riot at, 460; visitors at Monticello, 195; women's appearance, 22 -Personal life: address, 382; attend- ance at Buckingham Court, 411; autobiography, 6n; bodyguards, 412n; cane from Napoleon, 277, 277n; chessmen, 89; Christmas, 373; clothing, 69, 70, 169, 170n, 205, 226, 242, 248, 249, 290, 356; death, 11, 12, 479, 480; and Dufief, Nicholas, 293n; and foods, 238, 239, 462; franking privilege, 391; hair pow- der, 392; homecoming, 384; home- spun for clothing, 372; horses, 83n, 185, 320, 354n; interest in nature, 41, 74, 120, 122; ivory memorandum books, 349n; Madison's portrait, 101; magazines subscribed to, 272n; at Monticello, 391, 392; news of Albemarle County, 230, 231; Peale, C. W., 300n; Petit, arrival in Amer- ica, 81, 81n; at Philadelphia, 126; poem learned as child, 339; recollec- tions of youth, 363; respects to William Champe Carter, 168; "scrapbook," 203n, 278n; social en- gagements, 31, 274, 344, 345n; "va- grant father," 52; Walker affair, 164n; at Warm Springs, 424, 425; at Washington, 240, 289; will of, 11, 451n; and Wythe, George, 300, 300n -Public life: appointments, 265, 265n, 326, 329n, 343, 344; attitude toward public life, 9, 35, 93, 96, 110, 112, 117, 146, 173, 263, 288, 364, 365; correspondence, 9, 180, 249, 327; delegate to Continental Congress, 23; devotion to republican govern- ment, 197; diplomatic representa- tive to France, 2; presidential election of 1801, 190, 196, 197, 197n; and second term, 262; as secretary of state, 6; social life in Washington, 184, 195, 202, 203, 255, 270, 289; as Vice-President, 7, 121, 124 -Religion: Book of Common Prayer, 6; "end of world," 21; re- ligious beliefs and creed, 243, 245 -Scientific interests: balloon ascen- sion, l09; bleeding, 247; breeding of sheep, 309, 310, 310n; climate, com- ments on, 74, 84, 85, 219, 220; eclipse of sun, 76; epilepsy in children, 255; fossils, 359n; meteorological data, 151, 151n; mould-board for plough, 63, 63n; Natural Bridge, 410, 411; odometer, 433; raising fowls, 256; penpoints, steel, 333, 340; poly- graph, 312, 312n, 365n; rheumatism, 355, 356; Taliaferro apple grafts to Ellen, 475; threshing machine, 207; vaccinations for smallpox, 144, 216, 366, 367 -Travel: foreign, 30, 40, 41, 43, 58; domestic, 5, 64, 82-84, 137, 141, 146, 190, 219, 227, 228, 259, 279, 284, 285n, 311, 404, 411, 419, 423, 424-27, 433 Jenny; Cousin Jenny; Miss Jenny. See Randolph, Virginia John (TJ slave), 160, 161n, 172, 174, 264, 265n, 288. See also Hemings, John; Shorter, John Johnny (TJ slave), 415 Johnston, Charles, 146, 147n, 416 Jones, Dr., 297-300 Jones, John, 104 Jones, John R., 287n Jones, Martha Burke (second wife of FWE), 285n Jones, William, 86n Jones, William and Samuel, 124n Joseph (TJ servant), 377 Joseph (TJ slave), 308 Joseph (TMR, Jr., slave), 298, 299n. See also Daugherty, Joseph Journal de Paris, 45n Journaux de physique, 81 Judiciary Law: repeal of, 216, 216n Judy. See Randolph, Judy (Mrs. Rich- ard) Jupiter (TJ slave), 123, 124n, 146, 147, 164, 177, 178n, 182, 183 Justinius, Marcus Junianus, De his- toriis . . . , 217 Justin's History of the World, 336n K Kaims, Lord. See Kames, Henry Home, Lord Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 276, 276n Kelly, John, 273, 273n Kentucky: influenza epidemic in, 315 Kerr, Elizabeth, 75 Kerr, Jimmy, 75 Key, James, 177, 178n Key, Thomas Hewitt, 451n, 463n Kine pox. See Smallpox King, Miles, 155n King and Queen County, Virginia, 408n King William County, Virginia, 221n Kingston, Virginia, 404 Kirchmann, Jacob, 34n Kit (TJ slave), 252, 253n Kitty, Miss. See Church, Catherine L L., W. See Leake, Walter Lafayette, Marquis de, 44, 96n, 180, 181 Lameth, Charles de, 70n Latham, Dr. Samuel, 275n Latin: TJ on, 434 Lavater, Johann Kaspar, Aphorisms on Man, 99 Law, Mrs. Thomas, 265n Law: TJ on reading, 444, 446 Lawrence, Mr., 147, 155 Leake, Walter, 269, 269n Lear, Mrs. Tobias, 123, 123n Lee, Major Henry ("Lighthorse Harry"), 406, 406n Lee, Mrs. Rachel Fanny Antonina, 311, 312n Leitch, James, 432n Lemaire, Etienne, 241n, 242, 242n, 393 Le Maire, Col. Jacques, 29, 30n Leopard, British frigate, 310n Leschot, Louis, 428, 429n Leschot, Sophie (Mrs. Louis), 428, 429n Letelier, John, 350n Letter writing: TJ on, 29, 397, 428 Letters of Curtius, The, 175n Lettres de Madame de Sevigne, 333, 334n Lewis, Aunt. See Lewis, Lucy Jeffer- son (Mrs. Charles Lilburn) Lewis, Betty Washington (Mrs. Field- ing), 190, 191n Lewis, Capt. See Lewis, Meriwether Lewis, Charles L., 75, 92, 92n, 361, 362n, 371 Lewis, Mrs. Fielding (Betty Washing- ton), 191n Lewis, Gov. See Lewis, Meriwether Lewis, James, 157n Lewis, Jane Jefferson, 292n Lewis, Lucy Jefferson (Mrs. Charles Lilburn), 75n, 205, 205n, 292n, 324, 324n, 331, 331n Lewis, Mary, 75, 75n Lewis, Meriwether, 202, 203n, 239, 273, 275, 298, 299n, 302, 314, 314n, 328 Lewis, Mildred Hornsby (Mrs. Nicho- las, Jr.), 102, 103 Lewis, Miss. See Lewis, Mary Lewis, Mr. See Lewis, James; Lewis, Meriwether; Lewis, Nicholas Lewis, Mrs. See Lewis, Mrs. Nicholas Lewis, Nicholas, 50, 69n, 78, 85n, 86- 87, 361, 371 Lewis, Nicholas (family of), 75n, 100 Lewis, Nicholas, Jr., 50, 100 Lewis, Mrs. Nicholas, 68, 69n, 75, 75n, 77, 81, 103, 252, 259, 314, 314n, 323, 323n Lewis, N. H., 459 Lewis, Randolph, 75, 75n Lewis, Robert, 50, 75n Lewis's, Mr., place. See Birdwood Leyden Gazette, 54 Life and Adventures of Lazarillo de Tormes, The, 78, 79n Lilly, Gabriel, 191, 192n, 201, 208, 209, 216, 222, 242, 249, 250n, 252, 253n, 263-64, 265n Lincoln, Benjamin, 120n Lindsay, Elizabeth, 341n Lindsay, Marie, 341n Lindsay, Col. Reuben, 410, 410n Lindsay, Col. and Mrs. Reuben, 341 Linen: for TJ shirts, 290 Liston, Sir Robert, 187, 188n Literary Fund. See Virginia, State of Little Francis. See Eppes, Francis Wayles (FWE) "Little" George (TJ slave), 183n Little Harriot. See Hemings, Harriot "Little John," 278, 278n "Little lady." See Floyd, Polly Little one, The. See Randolph, Cor- nelia Jefferson Livingston, Mrs., 250, 251n Livy, 32, 33, 35, 37, 42, 324n Locke, John, On Human Understand- ing, 439 Logan, Dr. George, 226, 226n Lomax, Judy, 372, 372n Lomax, Thomas, 269, 366, 366n, 369, 371, 372n Long, George, 463n Lottery, 11, 466, 467, 467n, 468n, 469, 472, 476, 477, 479 Loudon County, Virginia, 192n Louisa County, Virginia: Green Spring, Carr farm in, 235n; Mr. Maury's school in, 332; mentioned, 133n, 264n Lownes, Caleb, 136 Lyle, James, 132 Lyman, William, 312n Lynchburg, Virginia, 399, 399n, 412, 412n M McAlister, John, 368, 369, 374 McCreery, Letitia, 356n McCreery, Mr. and Mrs. William, 315, 316n McGehee, William, 175, 175n McKain, Miss, 141 McKnight, Capt. James, 181n McLeod, Capt., 108n McMahan, Bernard, The American Gardener's Calendar, 266, 313n, 328 Macpherson, James, Poems of Ossian, 173, 173n Mademoiselle Polie, 1n Madison, Dolley Payne (Mrs. James), 202, 238, 272, 272n, 279-83, 283n, 285, 345n, 348, 349, 413-14, 414n Madison, James, 82, 82n, 90, 99, 101, l01n, 114, 203, 210, 246, 262, 272n, 345, 345n, 350, 413, 419n, 430, 430n Madison, James and Dolley, 208, 210, 226 Magasin des Modes, 65, 81 Maidens Hall. See Eppington Maine, Thomas, 269n, 352n Malebranche, Nicolas de, 440, 440n Mammoth head, 356, 359, 376 Maria: as name for Mary, 1n Marion, Robert, 316n Marks, Anna Scott Jefferson (Mrs. Hastings), 31, 134, 207, 208, 208n, 238, 240, 240n, 261, 352, 385, 388n, 409 Marks, Hastings (TJ brother-in-law), 133n, 240 Marks, Mrs. Hastings (Anna Scott Jefferson, sister of TJ), 343n. See also Marks, Anna Scott Jefferson Marks, Mrs. See Marks, Anna Scott Jefferson Marks, Mrs. Peter (Hastings Marks's mother), 132, 133n Marks, Sister. See Marks, Anna Scott Jefferson Marlboro Iron Works, 25n Marmontel, Jean Francois, Oeuvres posthumes, 308n Marriage: TJ on, 10, 11, 51, 151 Marshall, John, 116n, 166, 305n Martin (TJ slave), 63, 63n, 68, 132, 133n, 240 Martinique: slave revolt in, 76, 101-2 Mary (Capt. Swaile's ship), 111 Mason, Gen. John, 286, 286n Mathematics: TJ on, 395 Maury, James, Jr., 25, 25n Maury, Mr., 332. See also Maury, Rev. Mr. James (father) Maury, Rev. James, 223n Maury, Rev. Mr. James (father), 25n Maury, Rev. Mr. James, Sr., 50n Maury, Rev. Matthew, 223n Mazzei, Philip, 73n Meade, Mr. 323, 323n, 326 Measles, 226, 230-34, 239, 243, 244 Mechanical arts: TJ on, 276 Mecklenburg County, Virginia, 164n Medals, 221, 221n Meriwether, William D., 412, 413n Merry, Anthony (British Minister to U.S.), 255, 255n Merry, Mrs., 265 Metaphysics: TJ on, 439 Meteorological data, 151, 151n Meyercourt, Mme., 119 Mezieres, Mme. de Bethisy de, 33, 33n, 38, 42, 88 Michell, Dr., 356 Midas (Edgehill horse), 246 Mifflin, Thomas, 182, 182n Millar, Isaac, 92, 92n Millbrook (John W. Eppes home in Buckingham County, Virginia), 285n, 401, 418, 427, 432, 433, 443, 445 Milledge, John, 225, 225n Miller, Captain, 430 Milligan, Joseph, 401n, 412, 413n Millot, Claude F. X., Elemens de l'Histoire de France, 324, 324n Milton, Albemarle County, Virginia, 11n, 1l1n, 132, 132n, 164, 205, 225, 226, 239n, 248n, 255, 273, 273n, 292n, 294, 295, 295n, 299, 320, 350n, 369, 396n, 397n, 459n, 460n Milton, John: Paradise Lost, 345n; Paradise Regained, 345, 345n Mirabeau, Gabriel Riquetti, Comte de, 86 Mississippi Territory, 220, 221n Mitchell, Dr. Samuel Latham, 275n Mitchell, Mr., 414 Modern Griselda, The, 361, 400 Monceau, Henri Louis Duhamel du, Traite de la Conservation ..., 92 Money: TJ on spending of, 43, 44n Monroe, Andrew, 75n Monroe, Colonel. See Monroe, James Monroe, Eliza, 346, 346n Monroe, James, 71, 71n, 75n, 87, 97- 99, 11l, 114, 255n, 315, 316n, 332, 345, 346n, 419n Monroe, Mrs. James, 71, 87, 87n, 96, 97, 99, 114, 189, 413 Monroe, Joseph, 75, 75n, 101 Mont Blanco (JWE residence), 8, 170, 171, 171n, 174, 176, 178, 180, 186, 189-90 Montgomery, Mrs. Dorcas, 31, 31n Monthly Anthology and Boston Re- view, The, 278n Monticello: Alexander, Eli, at, 115n; Bankhead, Anne, at, 470, 470n; Bankhead, Charles, at, 366, 393n; burials at, 253n, 405, 429n, 470, 470n, 480; construction at, 113, 156- 58, 231n, 357, 291n, 314, 314n, 357, 369, 405, 405n, 416, 416n, 429, 453, 468; Eppes, Francis Wayles, birth at, 210; Eppes, Mary Jefferson, death at, 9, 9n; Eppeses at, 157; events at, 63n, 68n, 70, 70n, 100, l01, 108, 108n, 205, 254, 254n, 393, 402, 430; finances at, 387; furnishings for, 33, 51, 59n, 62, 63, 65-69, 73, 74n, 77, 81, 89, l01n, 104, 107, 110, 113, 115, 117, 120, 128, 131, 132, 153, 160, 189, 233, 277, 285n, 291n, 293n, 310, 346, 354, 382, 382n, 392; grounds of, 78, 82, 97, 98, 98n, l01, l01n, 113, 122, 161, 174, 178, 222, 269, 270n, 334, 341, 374, 378, 394, 405, 405n, 413n (see also Carlton Road; East (North) Road; Mulberry Row; Roundabouts; "Walk to the Grave- yard"); Jefferson, Mary, 7, 70, 77, 78, 80, 83, 87; Jefferson, Martha, 6, 50n, 160; Jefferson, Thomas, and, 9, 11, 12, 291n, 391, 448n; leased lands, 115, 115n; Lewis, Nicholas, at, 69n, 115n; plants for, 122, 160, 269, 269n, 276, 307, 308, 308n, 312- 14, 324, 328, 329, 334, 341, 365, 371, 394, 400, 417; overseers, 111n, 279n (see also Freeman, John Holmes; Lilly, Gabriel; Richardson, Rich- ard); products at, 94, 130, 160, 175, 176, 246, 270n, 352, 355, 359, 360, 371; Randolph, Ellen Wayles, at, 457n; Randolph, Septimia, 418n; Randolph, Virginia, 70, 73, 211n, 362n; recipes used at, 123n; rooms at, 8n, 81, 136, 241n, 262n, 268n, 285n, 291n, 303n, 313n, 341, 345, 359, 411, 412n, 416n; seasons at, 83, 89, 98, 103, 132-34, 142, 143, 149, 160, 177, 205, 206; servants at, 81n, 91, 94, 107, 1ll; sicknesses at, 211, 212, 230, 231-34; slaves at, 231n; stock at, 118, 134, 359, 371, 374; supplies for, 88, 89, 103, 121, 123, 162, 183, 205, 207, 208, 222, 225, 233, 242, 254, 261, 270, 276, 302, 306, 308, 309, 323, 340, 342, 345, 380, 386, 396, 462, 468, 475; visitors at, 108, 193, 204, 217 (see also Bache, Dr. William; Bolling, Mary Jeffer- son; Brazer, Rev. John; Cary, Jane Barbara (Mrs. Wilson); Chastellux, Marquis de; Eppes, John Wayles; Fleming, Mary Randolph (Mrs. Tarlton); Gray, Horace; Hylton, William; Lawrence, Mr.; Marks, Anna Scott Jefferson (Mrs. Has- tings); Pleasants, Elizabeth Ran- dolph; Randolph, Anne Cary (Nancy); Randolph, Virginia (Jen- ny); Randolph, William); workmen at, 117, 172, 191, 192n, 231-33, 385 (see also Allen, Hancock; Buck, John H.; Chisholm, Hugh; Clark- son, Manoah; Davenport, William; Dinsmore, James; Duke, Henry; Go- liah; Hemings, John; Lilly, Gabriel; Moran, Joseph; Page, William; Perry, John; Richardson, Richard; Stewart, William) Montpelier, 40, 344, 345n, 410 Moore's Creek, Albemarle County, Virginia, 413n, 460n Moral Tales for Young People, 401, 401n Moran, Joseph, 213, 213n, 214, 263, 264, 264n Morris, Nancy Randolph (Mrs. Gou- verneur), 416, 417 Morris, Gouverneur, 416 Morrison, 441, 442 Moses's Billy (TJ slave), 411 Motherhood: TJ on, 71 Mould-board for plough, 63, 63n Moultrie, 375, 380, 381, 384 Moultrie, Dr. James, 381, 384 Mount Dougherty, 399 Mount Parnassus, 309, 310n Mount Vernon, 99, 124, 190 Mount Warren (Wilson Cary Nicho- las home in Albemarle County, Virginia), 132n, 375n, 409n Mulberry Row (Monticello road), 192n, 270n, 495n Mumford, Gurdon S., 316n Mumford, Mrs. Gurdon S., 315, 316n Mumps: at Edgehill, 271-75 Munroe, Col. See Monroe, James Music: TJ on, 51, 275, 276 Mussie, Joseph, 132, 133n My Heart (Mary's horse), 80 N Nailery, 132, 133n, 136, 172, 191n, 192, 192n, 386 Nancy. See Marks, Anna Scott Jeffer- son (Mrs. Hastings); Randolph, Anne Cary National Assembly, Paris, 76, 76n National Garden of France, 359 National Gazette, 90, 91n, 125, 127 National Magazine, The, 272n Natural Bridge, Virginia, 410, 411, 411n, 418 Natural philosophy: TJ on, 395, 444 Nature Displayed . . ., 293 Nautical Almanac ..., 291, 291n Ned (TJ slave), 405 Nelson, H., 406 Nelson County, Virginia, 343n Netherlands, The, 39, 39n Nevil, Anna Scott Jefferson (Mrs. Zachariah), 343, 343n Nevil, Col. Zachariah, 343n New England: Ellen on, 454-58 New London, Virginia, 478 New London Academy, 414, 415n, 421, 423 New Orleans, Territory of, 250, 283n Newspapers, 54, 55n, 56 Newton, Mrs. and Mrs. Thomas, Jr., 315, 316n New York: TJ residence in, 51-64; mentioned, 20n, 82, 307n, 476, 477 Nicholas, Col. See Nicholas, Wilson Cary Nicholas, George, 159, 159n Nicholas, Jane Hollins, 375n, 409, 409n Nicholas, John, 181n Nicholas, Margaret Smith (Mrs. Wil- son Cary), 409n Nicholas, Mary, 378n Nicholas, Wilson Cary, 131, 132, 159n, 377, 378n, 406, 406n, 409n, 430, 431n, 442 Nicholson, Joseph H., 287n Nicholson, Maria Gallatin (Mrs. Jo- seph H.), 287n Nicholson, Miss, 287, 287n Noel's (Orange County, Virginia, inn), 146, 147n Non-Intercourse Act, 181, 383, 383n Norfolk, Virginia, 5, 406n, 451 Norman's Ford, Virginia, 281 North Carolina: University of, 441, 441n; mentioned, 315 North Garden, Virginia, 87, 87n, 320, 362n Nourse, Charles, 329, 329n Nourse, Joseph, 329n Nourse, Mrs. Joseph, 290, 290n O "Observer, The," 70n "Ode to Modesty," 278, 278n Odometer, 433 Ogilvie, James, 294, 295n, 308, 320, 321n, 331, 332, 335, 344 "Old Gentleman." See Cary, Wilson Miles "Old George" (TJ slave), 98, 98n, 113 "Old John" (TJ slave), 430 Oratory: TJ on, 275-76 Orange County, Virginia, Court House, 227, 241n, 242, 244, 246, 281, 303n Orrery, 124, 124n Ossian. See Macpherson, James Otchakity. See Otsiguette Otsiguette, 96, 96n Overton's lands, Albemarle County, Virginia, 289 P Page, William (Monticello workman), 177, 178n Paine, Thomas, 99, 99n, 437, 438 Painting: TJ on, 275, 276 Pamunkey River, 408n Panne-quaiques (pancakes), 242, 242n Panthemont (Pantemont), Abbaye Royale de, 3, 32, 32n, 37, 44, 45. See also, Boditoux, Marie Jacinthe de; Chateaubrun, Mme. Brunette de; Gondrecourt family Pantops (TJ farm in Albemarle County, Virginia), 7, 8n, 146, 147n, 177, 178, 178n, 188, 210, 235, 249, 256, 450 Paradise Lost, 20, 345n Paradise Regained, 345n Paris, France: TJ at, 2, 4, 32, 32n, 34, 37, 38, 40, 43, 291n, 349n, 352n. See also Panthemont, Abbaye Royale de Park, The (at Monticello), 100, l01n Patsy; Sister Patsy. See Jefferson, Martha Patterson, Elizabeth, 249, 249n Patterson, John, 378n Patterson, Mr. See Patterson, John Patterson, Dr. Robert M., 423, 424n Patterson, William, 249, 249n Payne, Mrs. 49 Payne's Rights of Man. See Paine, Thomas Peace of Amiens, 188n Peaks of Otter, 411, 412n Peale, Charles Willson, 300n, 313n, 350, 365n, 368, 374, 376, 379, 393 Peale, Rembrandt, 313n Peale's Museum, 313, 313n Pelisse, 169, 170n, 266, 411 Pemberton, John, 368, 369n, 370 Pen Park (Gilmer home in Albemarle County, Virginia), 75n, 240, 240n Pen points, 333, 340, 350, 374 Penn, William, 461 Pennsylvania, University of, 424n Perry, John (Monticello workman), 214, 215n, 253n, 290, 290n, 292, 403n Petersburg, Virginia, 8, 51, 163, 175, 178, 189, 190, 190n, 204 Petit, Adrien, 4, 4n, 66n, 81, 81n, 89, 103, 112, 121 Petit Format Library, 433. See also Poplar Forest Petit's Gap, 410 Pettigrew, Ebinezer, 447 Peyton, Bernard, 429, 430, 430n, 468 Peyton, Craven, 292, 292n, 331n, 350 Peyton, John, 350n Phil (TJ slave), 174, 207, 208, 404, 404n Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Federal government in, 58; Martha at, 2, 19; Mary at, 91n; TJ at, 20n, 66, 67, 69, ll0, 124-26, 156, 162, 164, 184; men- tioned, 59, 59n, 65, 66, 69, 71, 77, 79, 79n, 80, 81, 86, 87, 99n, 108, 108n, 111, 126n, 136, 138, 144, 150, 151, 153, 154n, 238, 279n, 285, 285n, 353n, 356n, 392n, 461, 477 Philadelphia Aurora, 90, 91n Physick, Dr. Philip Syng, 258n, 272n, 358, 367, 376 Piano, 465 Pianoforte, 62 Pichon, Louis Andre, 261, 262n, 265 Pick, Mde., 238 Pickering, Timothy, 120n, 172 Pike, Zebulon, 313, 313n Pinchard, Mrs., Dramatic Dialogues ..., 372, 372n Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth, 165n, 166 Pindar, Jonathan, 320n Pindar, Peter. See Wolcot, Dr. John Pine, Robert Edge, l01n Pine, Mrs. Robert Edge, 91, 91n, 99, 101, l01n, 141 Pintard, John, 144, 144n Pleasants, Elizabeth Randolph (Mrs. Robert, Jr.), 274, 274n Plutarque de la Jeunesse, 293, 293n, 296 Plutarque de la Terinesse, 293, 293n, 296 Poetry: TJ on, 275, 276 Pol (Polly, Aunt Polly). See Jefferson, Mary Polygraph, 312, 312n, 365n, 368 Pope, Alexander, The Dunciad, 374n Poplar Forest (TJ home in Bedford County, Virginia), 11, 49, 50, 134, 134n, 210, 268n, 285, 285n, 322, 323n, 361n, 366, 399, 399n, 400, 404, 405, 410-12, 417, 419, 420, 431, 433, 433n, 448, 450-54, 478, 479 Port Royal, King William County, Virginia, 215, 221, 221n, 294, 295n, 365 Porter, Dr., 356 Porterfield, Gen. Robert, 406, 406n Portotabago, Caroline County, Vir- ginia, 366n Potomac River, 219, 221n, 286n, 295n, 352n Powhatan County, Virginia, 53n, 241n President's House (White House), 202, 229n, 240, 279, 283, 283n, 284n, 299, 299n, 300, 301n Presqu'ile (David Meade Randolph home in Chesterfield County, Vir- ginia), 56, 57n, 142 Priestley, Joseph, 244, 244n, 245, 250 Prince George County, Virginia, 51n, 190n Q Quarrier (Richmond merchant), 158 R Randolph, Anne Cary (TJ's eldest grandchild): aphorisms from TJ, 218; birth of, 6, 72n; development of, 72, 94, 98, 103, 109, 118, 121, 133, 147, 188, 193; education of, 161, 182, 217, 217n, 222, 243, 323; health of, 5, 72, 73, 75, 92, 103, 105-9, 112, 118, 133-35, 143, 144, 147, 188, 217, 222, 233, 271, 275, 332; marriage of, 357n, 362n; at Monticello, 254, 278, 314, 328, 342; and TJ, 73n, 77, 175, 188, 191, 203, 203n, 207, 242, 245, 257, 258, 265, 269; mentioned, 9, 77n, 110, 175 Randolph, Benjamin (Philadelphia cabinetmaker), 461, 463n Randolph, Benjamin Franklin (TJ grandson): birth, 352n; education of, l0; health of, 351, 352, 358, 379, 381, 397; and TJ, 383; mentioned, 9, 10 Randolph, Beverley, 120, 120n, 123, 123n, 124 Randolph, Cornelia Jefferson (TJ granddaughter): birth of, 188n; de- velopment of, 191, 275, 322, 324, 332, 335, 338, 339, 373; education of, 197n, 245, 246n, 278, 278n, 296, 325, 335, 352, 374, 383, 401, 419; health of, 188, 211-15, 233, 244; and TJ, 10, 272, 325, 378; mentioned, 333, 378, 478 Randolph, David Meade (TMR, Jr., cousin), 57n, 118, 122, 123, 318, 318n Randolph, Edmund, 127, 135 Randolph, Mrs. Edmund, 91, 91n Randolph, Ellen Wayles, I (TJ grand- daughter), 7, 9 Randolph, Ellen Wayles, II (TJ granddaughter): aphorisms from TJ, 214, 218, 329; birth of, 7; and Cornelia, 193; development of, 193, 214, 330; education of, 207, 212, 214, 222, 243, 268, 268n, 275, 293, 324, 333, 341, 352, 360, 370, 371, 373, 419; health of, 144, 147, 168, 169, 188, 189, 211-13, 222, 246, 247, 275, 285, 286, 288, 409; marriage of, 457n; at Monticello, 263, 268, 290, 291, 365; reading, 268, 268n, 293, 293n, 296, 324, 324n, 336, 336n, 338, 338n, 341; social life, 314, 320; and TJ, 160, 161n, 172, 176, 269, 271, 274, 278, 281, 291, 296, 305, 307, 309, 312, 314, 321, 330, 332, 335, 343, 346, 352, 379, 412; mentioned, 9, 170, 182, 188, 203n, 224, 243, 243n, 245, 268, 268n, 269, 313, 320, 338, 409, 412, 413, 418 Randolph, George Wythe (TJ grand- son), 9, 10 Randolph, Harriet (TMR, Jr's sister), 254, 254n, 287, 336 Randolph, Isham, 135n Randolph, James Madison (TJ grand- son): birth of, 295n, 421n; develop- ment of, 295, 295n, 313, 324, 336, 346; education of, 10, 421; health of, 294, 337, 341, 346, 379, 381; men- tioned, 332 Randolph, Jane Cary (Mrs. Thomas Eston), 1ln, 205, 205n, 247, 247n, 251, 251n, 252, 253, 253n, 287, 287n, 290, 324n, 325, 325n, 331, 332, 336, 343, 397n Randolph, Jane Nicholas (Mrs. Thomas Jefferson), 468 Randolph, Jenny. See Randolph, Vir- ginia Randolph, John, 179-81, 241n, 316n, 476 Randolph, Judy (Mrs. Richard), 98, 98n, 116n, 412, 413n Randolph, Lucy Bolling (Mrs. Wil- liam), 220n Randolph, Margaret Smith (TJR daughter), 412, 413n Randolph, Martha Jefferson (Mrs. Thomas Mann, Jr., TJ daughter): advice from TJ, 54; and children, 6, 106, 193, 212, 213, 222, 233, 268, 322, 386, 387; clothing for, 75, 79, 310; education of, 51, 75, 361n, 362; and Ellen, 246, 247; harpsichord, 68, 165; health of, 52, 72, 73, 73n, 82n, 86, 89, 94, 102, 105, 134, 164, 195, 202, 209, 212, 213, 247, 248, 249n, 257, 260, 261, 266, 268, 270, 273, 275, 285, 286, 288, 296, 307, 315, 318, 332, 334, 335, 339, 346-48, 387, 404; and Mary, 69, 70, 112, 186; at Monticello, 9, 68, 143, 151, 160, 193, 207, 209, 213, 290, 384, 384n, 386; opinions of, 60, 61, 117, 118, 121, 417; and TJ, 51, 52, 54, 59, 65, 67, 68, 75, 77, 92n, 94, 98, 106, 112, 143, 154, 166, 174, 188, 192, 194, 204, 222, 253, 253n, 260, 302, 303, 307, 322, 355, 382, 386, 387, 479, 480; and TJR, 331, 360; and TMR, Jr., 52, 53, 301; at White House, 238, 239, 242, 265, 266, 280, 282, 284n; mentioned, 52, 53, 57, 61, 75, 100, 103, 112, 120, 121, 125, 131, 135, 149, 189, 222, 233, 238, 240, 252, 269n, 290, 293, 293n, 322, 329, 334, 352n, 366, 368, 391, 430n, 431. See also Jefferson, Martha Randolph, Mary. See Fleming, Mary Randolph (Mrs. Tarlton) Randolph, Mary (Molly; Mrs. David Meade), 318, 318n Randolph, Mary Elizabeth Cleland, 11, 448n Randolph, Mary Jefferson (TJ grand- daughter): birth of, 249, 250n, 394n; education of, 322, 324, 332, 338, 346, 381, 393, 394; health of, 287, 294, 335 Randolph, Meriwether Lewis (TJ grandson): birth of, 9; education of, 10; mentioned, 9 Randolph, Nancy. See Randolph, Anne Cary Randolph, Richard, of Bizarre, 94, 95n, 116, 116n, 118 Randolph, Septimia Anne (Tim; TJ granddaughter): birth of, 9, 418n; mentioned, 9, 418, 418n, 454n Randolph, Thomas Beverley, 220, 220n, 239, 320n, 329, 329n, 351, 352n, 381, 385, 386n Randolph, Thomas Eston, 1ln, 253, 297, 297n, 338n, 478 Randolph, Thomas Jefferson (TJR, TJ grandson): and Anne Cary, 472; aphorisms from TJ, 218, 362-65, 369; birth of, 356; development of, 109, 134, 136, 193, 220, 264, 360, 374; education of, 161, 161n, 175, 175n, 193, 220, 222, 242, 243, 248, 248n, 251, 254, 257, 295, 331, 332, 348, 356, 367, 373, 381, 396; health of, 106, 107, 112, 118, 121, 133, 134, 136, 137, 143, 144, 147, 161, 165, 188, 192, 275, 370, 371, 375, 380, 398; and lottery for TJ, 466-68, 476, 477; marriage of, 409, 409n; military service, 406- 8; at Philadelphia, 350, 351, 353, 355, 359, 391; and TJ, 11, 12, 133, 137, 239, 262, 367, 398, 469, 472, 479; mentioned, 9, 106, 106n, 151n, 243, 320, 358, 379, 380, 392, 406n, 430n Randolph, Thomas Mann, Jr. (TMR, Jr., TJ son-in-law): and Anne Cary, 361, 362n; and Bizarre scandal, 118; books, 81, 9l, 92n, 99, 323, 324n; and Edgehill, 6, 53; and J. W. Eppes, 164; health of, 82, 105, 156, 297- 306, 319; and Martha, 5, 6, 50n, 52, 261; and Mary, 62, 62n, 318, 318n; and Mississippi Territory, 220, 220n; and Monticello, 110, l10n, 114, 134, 174, 231, 265, 266, 325, 397, 430; and TJ, 6, 85, 86, 117, 121, 244, 246, 307, 386; and TJR, 222, 331, 347, 348; at Richmond, 142, 239, 267, 269, 269n, 270; at Varina, 49, 53, 132, 135; at Washington, 263, 266, 297, 299, 299n; mentioned, 5, lln, 51, 53, 54, 55n, 60, 113n, 118, 248n, 250, 269n, 274n, 289, 295n, 297, 375, 386n, 397n, 417, 417n Randolph, Col. Thomas Mann, Sr. (TMR, Jr.'s father): characteriza- tion of, by TJ, 60; children, 80n; deed of Edgehill to TMR, Jr., 55, 94, 95n; deed of Varina to TMR, Jr., 49; marriage, 60, 61n; marriage settlement for TMR, Jr., 49, 50n Randolph, Virginia (TMR, Jr.'s sis- ter), 70, 72, 73, 80, 80n, 136, 175, 175n, 254, 254n, 273, 274, 275, 277, 278n, 314, 324, 330, 330n, 362n Randolph, Virginia Jefferson (TJ granddaughter): birth of, 211n; de- velopment of, 240, 243, 324, 332, 346, 378; education of, 335, 338, 383, 465, 466, 474; health of, 211-13, 222, 275; mentioned, 9, 224, 225, 243, 243n Randolph, William, I, 55n Randolph, William (TMR, Jr.'s brother), 220n, 274, 274n, 281, 286n, 318, 329n, 335 Randolph, William Fleming (TMR, Jr., cousin), 318, 318n Randolph family: Bizarre scandal, 115-18, 116n; financial plight of, 318, 318n, 319 Raphael (Charlottesville merchant), 10 Raphael & Heiskel, 468 Rapidan River, 227, 311 Rappahannock River, 221n De la Recherche de la verite, 440n Reich, John, 221, 221n, 222n, 224 Religion: TJ creed, 243, 245 Remus (TJ horse), 207, 208 Reynolds, Lt. Michael, 181n Rhetoric: TJ on, 276 Rheumatism: TJ treatment for, 355, 356 Richardson, Richard (Monticello overseer/workman), 147, 148n, 172, 183, 187 Richardson, William, 168n Richelieu, Duc de, 86 Richmond, Virginia, 6, 30, 52, 53, 68, 128, 130, 131, 136, 143, 155, 216n, 267, 305, 305n, 318, 318n, 350n, 406n. See, for merchants at, Brown, James; Gibson and Jefferson; Pey- ton, Bernard Richneck (Cary home in Warwick County, Virginia), 26n, 155, 155n Rieux, M. de. See Derieux, Justin Pierre Plumard Rigden, John E., 290, 290n, 293, 350, 353, 353n Rights of Man, 99, 99n Rittenhouse, David, 66n, 126 Rittenhouse, Mrs. David, 23, 23n Rittenhouse, Esther, 50, 90, 91n Rivanna Company, 459, 460n Rivanna River, 1ln, 111n, 192n, 245n, 248, 248n, 429, 460n "Road to Learning Made Pleasant, The," 381, 382, 382n Robb, Robert Gilchrist, 295n Robertson, John, 257 Robertson, Thomas Bolling, 382n Robertson, William, History of Amer- ica, 53, 53n, 57 Robinson, Mary (Mrs. Perdita), 262, 262n Rockcastle (Fleming home in Pow- hatan County, Virginia), 131, 155n Rockett, Robert, 120n Rockett's Landing, 120, 120n Rockfish Gap Commission, 423, 424n Rodney, Caesar, 344, 345n Rogers, Byrd, 127, 128n Rogers, Jane, Rhymes for the Nurs- ery, 382, 382n Roman History, The, 248, 248n Ronaldson, James, 350, 353, 353n, 373 Roscoe, William, "The Butterfly's Ball and Grasshopper's Feast," 297n Rose, George, 321, 321n Roundabouts (Monticello roads), 98, 98n, l01n, 192n, 231n, 405 Rush, Dr. Benjamin, 244n, 355, 356, 356n, 373 Russia: conflict with Turkey, 65 Rutledge, John, 64, 64n, 182, 182n S Sackville, John Frederick, 3rd Duke of Dorset, 85 Sacontala; or The Fatal Ring, 81 St. Anne's Parish, Albemarle County, Virginia, 133n, 168n, 175 St. Domingo, 76, 119, 125, 127 St. Memin, Charles B. J. F. de: por- trait of TJ, 253, 253n, 256, 371, 388 Sales, M., 466 Salimber, Mde., 142, 181 Sallust: TJ on, 369 Sampson, 385 Sampson, Richard, 178n Sandford, Henry, The History of Sandford and Merton, 175, 175n Say, Dr. Benjamin, 358, 358n Schuyler, Gen. Philip, 145n Scott, C. A., 399n Scottsville, Virginia, 343n Sculpture: TJ on, 275, 276 Sears, Frederick R., 474, 475n Seelah (TJ horse), 409 "Select Rhymes for the Nursery." See Rogers, Jane Sergeant, Mrs. Jonathan D., 91, 91n Sevigne, Marie de Rabutin-Chantal, Marquise de, 334n, 335 Shackelford, Tom (TJ slave), 97, 97n, 98, 123, 124n, 154n, 215 Shadwell Farm (TJ farm in Albe- marle County, Virginia), 149, 178n, 250n Shadwell Mill, 111n, 158, 289n, 325, 325n, 326, 386, 387 Shippen, Bannister, 120 Shippen, Jane Wood, 120, 120n, 125, 125n Shippen, Thomas Lee, 123 Shirley (Carter home in Charles City County, Virginia), 75, 75n, 163, 164n Shockoe inspectors, 136, 136n Shoemaker, Isaac, 325n, 350, 350n Shoemaker, Jonathan, 289, 289n, 292, 325, 325n, 350n, 387 Short, William, 22, 22n, 30, 37, 38, 66, 69, 81, 88, 159, 284, 285n Shorter, John (Jack, Washington serv- ant), 226, 227n, 240, 240n, 241 Simitiere, Mr. See du Simitiere, Pierre Eugene Skelton, Bathurst, 219 Skipwith, Anne Wayles (Mrs. Henry), 19, 20n, 61-62, 154, 155n, 157 Skipwith, Fulwar, 37, 38n, 76, 85 Skipwith, Col. Henry, 26n, 38n Skipwith, Tabitha Wayles (Mrs. Rob- ert), 20n Slate Run Church, 228, 281 Slaughter, Joseph, 399, 399n Slavery: discussed, 39, 454, 455 Slaves: clothing for, 94, 468; diet, 340n; hired, 264, 264n; in JWE's estate, 449; insurrection of, 374-76; manumission of James Hemings, 145n; manumission of Robert Hem- ings, 133n; runaway, 264; sale of, 253n; travel by, 80n. See also Barn- aby; Bett; Bowles, Davy; Burwell; Cate; Cretia's Johnny; Crita; Edy; Fosset, Joe; George, "Big"; George, "Little"; George, "Old"; Goliah; Hemings, Betty; Hemings, Harriot; Hemings, James; Hemings, John; Hemings, Robert; Hemings, Sally; Henry; Isaac; Israel; James; Jamey; Jerry; John; Johnny; Jupiter; Kit; Maria; Martin; Moses's Billy; Ned; "Old" George; "Old" John; Phil; Randall; Squire; Tom; Shackelford, Tom; Ursula Small, Dr. William, 263 Smallpox: inoculations, 143-44, 207, 216, 361, 267, 379, 381; vaccine, 216, 361, 366, 367, 371-73, 375 Smith, Adam, Wealth of Nations, 345 Smith, Christopher, 264, 264n Smith, Margaret Bayard (Mrs. Samuel Harrison), 243, 268, 268n, 274-76, 275, 286, 291, 294, 296, 298, 315, 320, 332, 334, 336, 366, 372, 379 Smith, Robert, 262n, 284, 326, 327n Smith, Mrs. S. H. See Smith, Margaret Bayard (Mrs. Samuel Harrison) Smith, Samuel Harrison, 179n, 268n, 307, 310, 310n Smith, William Stephens, 39, 39n Snead, Benjamin, 161, 161n Snelson, William J., Jr., 132, 133n Social etiquette: TJ on, 255n Society: TJ on, 219 Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, 369n Socrates, 93 Solis, Antonio de, Historia de la Con- quista de Mexico, 78, 79n Solon, 362 Sophocles, 433 South Carolina, 426n South Carolina College, 433-35, 439, 441, 442 South Orchard (Monticello), 269, 270n South Pavilion (Monticello), 357 Southwest Mountains, Albemarle County, Virginia, 257n Spain: international relations, 59, 64, 65, 128; plague in, 39 Spelling: TJ on, 20 Spinning, at TJ farm, 403 Spruel, George E., 447 Squire (TJ slave), 231, 231n Stanyan, Temple, The Grecian His- tory, 293, 296, 296n Staunton, Virginia, 361, 423, 424n Steptoe, James, 360, 361n Stevensburg, Culpeper County, 227n, 228, 281 Stevenson, Hetty (Smith), 178n. See also Carr, Hetty (Smith) Stevenson (Mrs. Peter) Stewart, Dugald, Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind, 439, 440n Stewart, Mary (Mrs. William Stewart), 252, 253n Stewart, William (Monticello black- smith), 213, 213n, 249, 252, 253n Stith, Mary (TMR, Sr., granddaugh- ter), 318, 318n Stras. See Strauss, Dr. George F. Stratton, Capt. 80, 88, 89, 91 Strauss, Dr. George F., 132, 133n Streshley, Robert B., 412, 413n Strode, Mr., 279, 279n, 331 Strode's inn, 226, 227n, 239 Stuart, Judge Archibald, 423, 424 Stylograph, 312n Suddarth, Mrs. James, 210, 211n, 248, 249n Sun, eclipse of: TJ on, 76 Surgeons: TJ on, 376 Susan and the Spider, 320n Swaile, Capt., 107, 111 Swan, Samuel, 136 Sweeny (horse thief), 187 T T., N. P. See Trist, Nicholas Philip Tacitus, 81, 369, 370 Tales of the Castle, 70 Tarleton, Banastre, 108, 108n Tarquin (TJ horse), 123, 123n, 124n "Tarrapiniad," 374, 378 Taubenheim, Sister Jeanne-Louise de Stendt de, 33, 33n, 36, 42, 44, 88 Taylor, Benjamin, 273, 273n Taylor, Henry, 320, 320n Taylor, William, 333n Telemachus; Telemaque. See Fene- lon, Francois de Salignac de la Motte "Terrapiniad." See "Tarrapiniad" Terrel, Lucy Carr (Mrs. Richard), 112, 113n Tesse, Mme. de, 74n Thomas (TJ servant), 126, 126n Thomson, John Lewis, 175, 175n Thoroughfare Gap, Albemarle Coun- ty, Virginia, 413n Thouin, Andre, 351, 352, 352n, 359, 365, 366n Thruston, Buckner, 315, 316n Thucydides, History of Peloponnesian War, 33, 248, 248n Thweatt, Lucy Eppes, 287, 287n Thweatt, Richard, 350n Ticknor, George, 463, 464 Tillet, Mathieu, Histoire d'un In- secte ..., 91, 92n Tim. See Randolph, Septimia Anne Titus Livius. See Livy Tobacco, 77, 80, 85-87, 97, 100, 134, 138, 173, 175, 176, 179, 399, 410, 449 Todd, Payne, 414, 414n Todd's Bridge, 219 Tom (TJ slave), 153, 154n Tomlin, William, 333n Tormes, Lazarillo de, Life and Adven- tures of Lazarillo de Tormes, 78, 79n Tracy, Antoine Louis Claude Destutt de, 439, 440, 440n Traite de la Conservation des Grains, 92n Traite de Mineralogie, 445n Traite elementaire d'Astronomie Physique, 445n Trist, Eliza House (Mrs. Nicholas), 10, 19, 20n, 21, 22, 25, 25n, 50, 52, 65, 73, 78, 85, 95, 126, 157n, 240, 240n, 348, 382, 382n, 419 Trist, Hore Browse, 24, 157, 157n, 159, 183, 186, 212, 230 Trist, Mary Brown (Mrs. Hore Browse), 174 Trist, Nicholas Philip (TJ grandson- in-law), 11 Tuckahoe (TMR, Sr., home in Gooch- land County, Virginia), 5, 318 Tuckahoe Creek, 132n Tucker, St. George, 320n Tufton, Lady Caroline, 53, 53n, 64, 86n Tufton (TJ farm, Albemarle County, Virginia), 192n, 386, 409 Turkey: conflict with Russia, 65 Turnbull, Robert, 51, 51n U "Uckin Juba." See Jupiter United States: Army, 173, 179, 181n; Bank of, 73, 73n; Circuit Court, 305n; defense of, 165n; Marine Corps, 242n; Mint, 353n; Non-In- tercourse Act, 383; relations with England, 311; relations with Eng- land and Spain, 128; relations with France, 165n; Senate, democratic majority, 215; Senate, Judiciary Act repeal, 216; trade and commerce, 182; Treasury, Joseph Nourse regis- trar of, 329n U. S. S. Chesapeake, 310n University of Virginia. See Virginia, University of Ursula (TJ slave), 183, 183n, 229, 229n V Varina (TMR, Jr., plantation), 6, 49, 53, 53n, 131, 132, 134, 135, 141, 142, 143 Vaudrecourt, M., 119 Veillees du chateau, Les, 70n Vermont, Mde., 119 Viewmont (Edward Hill Carter home in Albemarle County, Virginia), 135n Virginia, State of, 234, 241n, 406, 406n, 427, 427n, 437, 440, 448 Virginia, University of, 10, 419n, 424n, 427, 436, 437, 439, 440, 453, 453n, 458, 460, 462, 463n, 466, 468 Voight, Henry, 350, 353n, 356 Volney, Constantin Francois, 164, 165n Voltaire, La Henriade, 374n W "Walk to the Graveyard" (Monti- cello path), 12 "Walker affair," 164n Walker, Col. Henry, 164n Walker, Mr. and Mrs. John, 163, 164n Walker, Tabby, 163, 164n Walker, Thomas, 215, 216, 216n, 224, 226 Wallace, James, 434, 436, 436n, 441, 443 Wardlaw, Dr. William, 207, 208, 208n Warm Springs, Virginia, 134, 135n, 424-27 Warren, Virginia, 132n, 337, 409, 409n Warrington, Commodore, 472 Warwick County, Virginia (Richneck, Cary home, in), 26n, 155n Washington, George, 56, 57, 59, 59n, 64, 88, 99, 124, 126, 190, 191n Washington, Martha Custis (Mrs. George), 127 Washington, D.C.: diplomatic events in, 255, 255n, 262; Ellen in, 412; events in, 262, 285, 285n; health in, 226, 313; merchants in, 283, 283n; officials of, 242n; post in, 226, 271; President's House, 283n, 284n, 295n; racing at, 354, 354n; social life in, 191, 196, 265, 266, 285; TJ in, 195, 226, 236, 262, 282, 289; TMR, Jr., in, 297-99; weather at, 242, 244-46 254, 266, 267, 276, 286, 292, 301 307, 347; mentioned, 262, 351, 352n Waterhouse, Dr. Benjamin, 208, 208n Waterhouse, Dr. James, 358n Waters, Esther Rittenhouse (Mrs. Nicholas), 65, 66n, 73, 85, 95, 126. See also Rittenhouse, Esther Waters, Mrs. Nicholas Baker, 90, 91n Waters, Nicholas Baker, 102, 126 Watson, Mrs. Caroline, 262, 262n Watson, David, 233, 233n Watson, Dr., 392 Watson, John, 132, 133n, 233n Watson (made desk for TJ), 127 Watts (at New London Academy), 423 Wayles, John, 1n, 63n, 219 Wayles debt, 54, 55n, 86n Wayne, Gen. Anthony, 126 Wealth of Nations, 345 Webb, Tarlton, 323, 323n, 326 Weekly Magazine of Original Verse, The, 272n West Indies: TJ predicted black rule in, 127 West Point, New York, 329n, 343, 344, 351, 375, 381, 382n West Point, Virginia, 407, 408 Wetstein Press, 433n Wheat, 91, 138, 207, 399, 400, 405, 410, 449 White, Thomas, A Little Book for Little Children, 340n Whooping cough, 188, 211-14, 217 Widow's Son Masonic Lodge, Char- lottesville, 419n Wigs, 238, 280 Willard, Simon, 462, 463n, 466 William and Mary College, 115, 332, 333n, 441 Williams, Col. David R., 381, 383n, 384, 385 Williamsburg, Virginia, 87, l01n, 324, 329, 332, 333n Williamson, M. P., 350 Willis, Stephen (Monticello work- man), 137 Wine, 123, 309, 345, 352, 355, 359, 369, 371, 447, 448n Wingo's Plantation, 50 Wistar, Dr. Caspar, 358, 359, 359n, 368, 372, 373, 379 Wolcot, Dr. John (Peter Pindar), 320n Women's clothing: TJ on, 22 Wood, Billy, 142, 142n Wood, Mr., 396 Wood, Mrs. Lucy, 132, 133n Woodhouse, Dr. James, 393 Woodlands, The (Hamilton home in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 392n World, end of: TJ on, 21 Wormley (TJ slave), 328, 337, 405, 409, 416, 431 Worthington, Dr. Charles, 366, 367n, 373 Wren's, Col. (Virginia inn), 227 Wright, Joseph, 59, 59n Wythe, George, 300, 300n, 350n X Xenophon, 254, 423 XYZ affair, 187 Y Yancey, Joel, 453, 454n "Yankee Story, The," 296 Yellow fever, 124-26 York River, 408n Yrujo, Mme., 265 Yrujo, Marquis de Casa, 255, 255n, 262 Yznardi, Don Joseph, 323, 323n Z Zane, Isaac, 25, 25n Zimmerman's inn, 228

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