Thomas Jefferson and the New Nation: A Biography

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( Thomas Jefferson is abbreviated TJ. All entries refer to him directly or indirectly.)
Abbaye Royale de Pentemont, 295, 356, 385
Account of Louisiana, An ( TJ), 765, 780
Act of Toleration, 136
Adams, Abigail, 294, 405; friendship with TJ, 298, 302, 345, 355, 356; alienation from TJ, 790, 953; quoted, 359, 420, 596, 597
Adams, John, 22, 31, 98, 288, 294, 309, 310, 312, 345, 471, 936, 943, 948, 964, 1008; political theory, 64, 65, 38182, 438-39, 995; in Revolutionary movement, 73, 80, 81, 86, 87, 88; opinion of TJ, 80, 298, 516, 544, 508-69, 703, 953; TJ begins correspondence with, 161; in France, 286, 298, 332; TJ's opinion of, 298, 438, 559, 560, 953; Minister to England, 302; 308, 363, 398; and Barbary powers, 313; 314; tour with TJ, 342- 44; and Dutch bankers, 363, 364, 366; Vice President, 405-6, 417-18; controversy with TJ, 438-39, 440- 43; presidential candidate, 545, 557; administration of, 560-75, 590-651 passim; inauguration of, 562-63; alienation from TJ, 568-69, 654; in election of 1800, 632-33, 641, 644, 645, 646; "midnight appointments" of, 668, 694; renewal of correspondence with TJ, 918, 953-56; quoted, 65, 80, 86, 87-88, 97, 99, 305, 479, 594, 853
Adams, John Quincy: young friend of TJ, 298; as Publicola, 440; in Congress, 703, 704, 766, 821, 872-73; and Louisiana government bill, 782; and embargo, 898; Minister to Russia, 903; President, 1002-3
Adams, Samuel, 80, 712
Adet, Pierre: in election of 1796, 555-56; quoted, 507, 556-57 agricultural economy, in TJ's thought, 290, 459, 773, 856, 940-41. See also commercial policy, political economy agricultural science: experiments in Mediterranean culture, 159-60, 353; 327, 537; importance of, 350, 352; the plow, 365-66, 589-90; at Monticello, 493, 526-33; activities as President, 735-36; in retirement, 941
Agricultural Society of Paris, 590 air balloons, 287, 299
Albemarle Academy, 964
Albemarle Agricultural Society, 941
Albemarle County: in TJ's youth, 5- 10; elects TJ to Burgesses, 22; in Revolution, 77; instructions of 1776, 103; welcomes TJ in 1790, 393; TJ's affection for, 518; farms in, 524, 528, 924, 941; welcomes TJ in 1809, 921; intellectual circle, 95253
Alexander I, and TJ's diplomacy, 860, 878, 902-3
Algiers, 310, 664; negotiations with, 312, 367, 368, 422, 510
Alien Enemies Act, 603-4
Alien (Friends) Act, 6o4-5, 606, 613, 620, 622
Alliance of 1778, see France
Ambler, Jacquelin, 20

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