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EMBARGO--Circumstances which led to its | HAMILTON, A.-His monarchical princi
repeal, 425, 431.

ples, 389.
Treasonable conduct of Massachusetts HISTORY--Course of, indicated for Uni-
in relation to, 425, 431

.versity of Virginia, 412.
ENGLAND--Feeling of towards U. States,
42, 519.

IMPROVEMENT, INTERNAL— Progress of, 75,
Debt of, 43.

422.
Condition and prospects of, 45, 48, Power of, does not belong to federal
232.

government, 79.
Constitution of, 48.

INDEPENDENCE, DECLARATION OF-Its histo-
Parties in, 50.

ry, 122, 304.
Discontents in, 196.

Jefferson's opinion of Mecklenburg
Origin of her constitution, 355.

Declaration, 128.
Effects of Norman conquest, 413. Authorship of, 407.
Indemnity for slaves carried off by, Original rough draft of, 409.

during Revolutionary war, 518. The house in which written, 410.
Commercial relations of, with United Celebration of 50th anniversary of,
States, 518.

450.
EUROPE--Condition of, 182, 193, 217, 244, INDIANS—Their language, 96, 400.
288.

Plan for civilizing, 233.
Revolutions in, 307.

The right to extinquish Indian titles
EXPATRIATION-Exists as a natural right, belongs to federal and not State

governments, 467.
France-Condition of, 66, 76.

JAY, John-Why he did not sign Declar-
Return to, of Louis XVIII., 82.

ation of Independence, 308.
Constitution of, 86.

JEFFERSON, THOMAS His estimate of life,
Allied powers depart, 109.

25, 421.
Her revolution, 302.

Decay of his faculties, 52, 179, 327.
Her progress in science, 323.

Resigned to death, 52, 243.
Whether our treaties with, remain Oppressed by correspondence, 54,
Obligatory after her revolution, 611.

254.
Not allowed to equip privateers in His occupations in his old age, 111,
our ports, 226.

116.
Franklin, BENJAMIN—Calumnies against, His habits of life, 116.
108.

Materials for his biography, 117.
FISHERIES—Report on Cod fisheries, 688. Application for his portrait, 203.
History of Cod fisheries, 538.

Complains of publication of his let-
History of whale fisheries, 544.

ters, 222.

Settlements of his accounts on his
GENERATIONS-One has no right to bind return from France, 239, 246.
another, 16, 19, 311, 359.

His relations with J. Adams, 314.
GOVERNMENT--Views on, 3, 263, 307, 318, Calumnies of Pickering. 362.
357.

His relations with Washington unaf-
Should reflect will of people in all fected by the Mazzie letter, 364.
its departments, 9, 319.

Their friendship uninterrupted to the
Is progressive, 15.

last, 370.
Should be remodelled from time to His losses by security debt, 433.
time, 14, 19.

JUDICIARY, FEDERAL-Decisions of, do not
Principle of representation, 32.

biud other departments of the gor-
Must be adapted to each particular eroment, 134, 177.

Each department decides for itself,
Majority must govern, 75.

134, 177.
Europe cannot bear republican gov- Danger to our system from encroach.
ernment, 325.

ments of, 192, 199, 216, 256, 278,
GREEK---Pronunciation of, 112, 137.

293, 321, 403.
The ablative case in, 272, 340.
GRIEF-Its uses and abuses, 33, 37. KENTUCKY RESOLUTIONS-Drawn by Jef-

ferson, 229.

people, 56.

KOSCIUŠKO—His will, 98.

PAINE, THOMAS–His writings, 197.
His services to United States, 106. PARTIES- History of, in U. S., 277, 290.

Original views of federal and repub-
LA FAYETTE—His visit to United States, lican, 290.
378, 379.

Republican party becomes federal-
LANDS, PUBLIC_Settlements on, 83.

ized, 325, 342.
LANGDON, GOVERNOR--His relations with Necessity of, 376.
Jefferson, 154.

A strong monarchical party at the
LANGUAGE_Is progresssive, 174, 418.

beginning of our government, 390.
Law-Course of reading in, 207. Posts, NORTH-WESTERN—England refuses

Common law no part of law of Uni- to surrender, 518.

ted States, 251.
Christianity no part of common law, QUAKERS—Character of, 66.

359.
Origin of common law, 381.

RANDOLPH, PEYTON_Character of, 20.
Law, INTERNATIONAL—Principle of free RELIGION—Jefferson's views on, 28, 61,

ships make free goods &c., not law 127, 164, 170, 185, 210, 246, 252,
of nations, 270.

257, 266, 269, 281.
LEE, R. H.-Biography of, 422.

System of Jesus compared with an.
LEWIS AND CLARKE-

Journal of their ex- cient philosopbers, 138, 156, 164,
pedition, 91.

185.
LIVINGSTON, E.--His code, 383, 483.

Jesus as a reformer, 164.
LOAN--Proposition for new loan, 629. Modern fanaticism, 170.
LOTTERIES—Jefferson applies for leave to Religious intolerance, 396.

sell his property by lottery, 434. REPRESENTATION—Bill apportioning, 594.
LOUISIANA-Boundaries of, 51.

REVOLUTION, THE-Who begun it, 99, 103,

121.
MANUFACTURES—Whether a mark should Circumstances attending Declaration
be secured to each by law, 563.

of Independence, 122.
MATERIALISM— Views on, 153, 175. REVOLUTIONARY DEBT—Those due soldiers
MAZZEI LETTER-History and explanation of North Carolina and Virginia
of, 364.

should be paid to themselves and
METAPHYSICS-Views on, 153, 175,

not their assignees, 469.
MINISTERS–Senate has no right to nega Roman PEOPLE AND CONSTITUTION-148, 150.

tive the grade of a minister, it can
only negative the person appoint- SCIENCES—Distribution of, 339.
ed by the Executive, 465.

Progress of France in, 327.
Missions, RELIGIOUS—To foreign States SLAVES Not entitled to be represented,
objectionable, 287.

86.
MINT—The coiner at the mint unable to Emancipation of, 58, 310.
give security, 651.

Amelioration of condition of, 403,
Mississippi RIVER-Our right to navigate, 437.
568.

Re-capture of slaves escaped to Flor-
MISSOURI QUESTION—150, 151, 194, 200.

ida, 601.
Evil of a geographical line, 151, 168, SOCIETY-Its progress, 377.
159, 180, 182, 194.

SOUTH AMERICAN PROVINCES-- Incapable
MONROE, JAMES—His election to Presi- of self-government, 67, 75, 104, 210.
dency, 80.

SPAIN— Treaty with, rejected, 160.
Navy-Origin of navy of United States, TAYLOR, JOHN-Jefferson's opinion of his
261, 264.

“ constitution construed," 213, 216.
NEUTRALITY—A neutral nation may re- TRACY, DESTUTT—His works, 38, 55.

fuse belligerents right to pass

through its territory, 509. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA--Organization of,
NOVELS—Evil of, 102.

81, 161, 173, 196, 329, 392, 441.

Religious objections to appointment
OFFICES—Rotation in, 190.

of Dr. Cooper in, 156, 162, 171.
Optics—Views on, suggested, 268.

Difficulties surrounding, 201, 204,
ORATORY-Defects of modern, 347.

237, 392.

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA—Necessity for a VIRGINIA–Arnold's invasion of, 144, 444
southern University, 205.

Historical documents of, 312.
Arrangement for religious worship, Her first constitution, 344.
267.

Defects in, 345.
Students allowed to select tickets, Authorship of bill of rights and con-
800.

stitution of, 405, 407.
Difficulties of discipline, 301.
Progress of, 309.

WAR-Benefits of the last war, 66.
Selection of professors for, 348. Wards--Counties should be divided into,
Inculcation of federal doctrines in, 35.

should be guarded against, 397. WASHINGTON, GEN.—Authorship of Fare-
Necessity for an Anatomical Hall, well Address, 291
393, 398.

No unkind feeling between him and
Appointment of foreign professors, Jefferson on account of Mazzei let-
415.

ter, 364.
Library of, 432.

Forms and ceremonies adopted dur-
Establishment of school of Botany, ing his administration, 367.
438, 441.

He was a true republican, 371.
UNITED STATES—True policy of, 6. WASHINGTON City-Locating of, 512, 561.

Animosity to England growing out WATER-Report on methods of obtaining
of last war, 22.

fresh water from salt, 455.
Relations of, with European powers, WEIGHTS AND MEASURES-A standard of,
288.

87.
Relations of, with England, 22.

Report on, 472.
Danger of dissolution of Union, 182. WHISKEY_Evils of its cheapness, 285.
Should disconnect their policy from WILLIAM AND MABY COLLEGE--Its founda-
that of Europe, 183, 315.

tion, 328.
Dangers which threaten them, 211, Proposition to consolidate it with
214.

University, 350, 384.

Its charter is under the power of
VAN DERKEMP-History of, 29.

the legislature, 350, 384.
VIBAINIA—Programme of new constitu- | WINES--Use of beneficial, 110.

tion for, 9.

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