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Continental Congress came from, Pages, The, of Virginia, 89
11; worse thing than primo-geniture Paine, Thomas, Jefferson kept promise
in, 90; electoral vote of, for Jeffer- | made to, 259–60
son, 181; Hamilton's scheme to Parliament, had no right to interfere
reverse, 181

in the colonies, 21-22; people of
Newcastle, Duke of, and corruption, England in accord with, 41
160

Parmelee, Mary P., on Jefferson, 105
Newspaper reporters given desks in Parton, James, on Jefferson in France,
Congress, 305

64–65; on the model treaty, 109,
Nicholas, George, 21; opposed entail | 110; on the change of sentiment,

Bill, 91; opposed Clergy Bill, 252 142, 143; on Jefferson's "family
Night schools suggested by Jefferson, soup," 225; on liberty of belief,
289

263
North, Lord, “Conciliatory Pro- Patronage, Hamilton's salutary, 178–

posal" of, 21; Jefferson's reply to, 79; executive, abolished, 237; re-
21–22, 23, 26, 42

duced, 242
Northwest Territory, Bill of 1784 for Peace, My passion is, 196, 199; our

government of, 69, 223; slavery reasons for, 197–98
excluded from the, 76–77

Peace-at-almost-any-price policy, 196;
• Notes on Virginia,” Jefferson's, 28 wisdom of, 199, 243

29; liberal sentiments in, 57; Penalties, brutal, Amelioration of, 69
opposition to slavery in, 74; Pendleton, Edmund, member of Law
freedom of religion, 244, 246; revision committee, 70; opposed
Bill for religious freedom in, 248, abolishing entails, 91; and primo-
264; pirated edition of, in Paris, geniture, 92

265; on study of language, 284 Pendletons, The, of Virginia, 89
Nurselings of luxury, 89

Pendulum, standard of measure, 239

Penn, Richard, and A. Lee, reported
Officers of the general government, the King's reply, 28–29

Protection of, from libel, 177-78; Penn, William, Definition of free
superiority of, over the mass of government, 95
the people, 225

Pennsylvania, First constitution of,
Offices, Unnecessary, abolished, 237 | 48; division of, advised by Hamil-
Ohio, Public lands given for edu ton, 176; troops mobilized in, 176;
cation in, 303

vote of, to be thrown out, 182;
Old Line Whigs, The, 29-30

would protect a convention, 187,
Oligarchs, The Confederate, 80
Opinion, An, punished, not an act, People, Jefferson on love for and

18; source of, 254; not subject to distrust of the, 50–51; Woodrow
jurisdiction, 255, 264

Wilson on the, 50; Hamilton dis-
Opponents, political, Traditional trusted the, 51; not Americans, 125;
courtesy of, in Va., 90–91

John Adams on the 143–44;
Oppressions, A series of, denounced your, is a great beast," 153, 158;

in the “Summary View," 16-17 will of, must be done, 191; faith
Oregon country, Claim on, secured by in common sense of the, 193
Jefferson, 221, 243

Petition, The right of, 46
Otis, Harrison Gray, Hamilton's letter Philippines, World-powering in the,
to, on war, 179–80

3, 220; status of, 211, 212; of
Otis, James, Reference by Adams to people of, under the treaty, 218;

pamphlet of, 41-42; conceived a no constitutional protection for, 219
Federal Republic of Anglo-Saxony, Physical culture and national defense,
224

1 293–94
Overseers, school, Duties of, 269–70 Pickering, Timothy, published Adams,

188

criticism on the Declaration, 41, France, 62; abolished by the
42; letters of, 155, 174

National Assembly, 64
Pilgrim Fathers, The, and the Puri- Profusion and servitude, 103
tans, 95

| Property, Unequal division of, 86–87
Pitt, the Elder, see Chatham

Protective system, The, in France, 108
Plagiarism, No, by Adams or Jeffer- Prussia denies expatriation, 15
son, 43

Pure Republic, Definition of a, 95, 98
Planter, The rich, and the University, Purtans, early, Government of the,
295-96

theocratic, 94–95; distinction be
Plumer, W., Letters of, 155

tween and the Pilgrim Fathers, 95
Political theory, Jefferson's, Parties

founded on, 54; the Soul-Politic, 54; Quakers, Political ideas of the, 95

salient points of, 55; source of, 55 Quincy, Josiah, on dissolution of the
Politicians, conscious hypocrites, 159, Union, 209

193
Politics, big, Divorce of big business Rabble, The, and the aristocracy,
from, 159

286-87
Porto Rico did not become a part of Race problem, The, 80; Jefferson on

the United States on acquisition, the, 83; Lincoln on the, 84; the
212; status of people of, under South's drawback, 89
treaty, 218; no constitutional pro- Raleigh Tavern at Williamsburg, 10,
tection for, 219

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Possessions, distant, with alien popu- Randall, H. S., on committees of

lations, What to do with, 213; safety, 20-21; on class hatred of
annexed by McKinley, 217

Jefferson, 70; on the Revolution,
Post office, under a negro postmistress, 146; the original Bill for religious
closed, 18

freedom, 249,50
Powell, E. P., on A suppressed Randolph, John, Letters of Jefferson

chapter of American history, 143;l to, 27-28; emancipated his slaves,
on Michigan University, 273; on 76; on the American reign of
Jefferson, 274

terror, 175; venom of, 221
Powers, not delegated reserved, 34, Randolph, John, of Roanoke, 27, 89,

45–46, 163; doctrine of delegated, | 201
48-49; grades of, conferred upon Randolph, Peyton, presented Jeffer-
government, 55, 97; state and son's resolutions to the Convention,
national, 55; all, with regard to 14; asked Jefferson to reply to

foreign affairs, delegated, 209–10 North's “Conciliatory Proposal,”.
Preamble to Virginia Constitution, 21

Jefferson's, 44, 57, 69; to Bill for Randolphs, The, of Virginia, 89

better diffusion of knowledge, 280 Reactionaries, Utterances of the,
President, Rights of the, respecting 143–45

treaties, 132; term of office of, 165- Reciprocity, Stimulus to, 107
68, 243

Recodification, Brevity and succinct-
Primogeniture, Abolition of, 67, 68, ness of the, 71

74; result of, 85; bill for, 88, 90; Reconstruction, a fool's errand, 3;
fight for, 90–91; Pendleton opposed, the mad saturnalia of, 83, 177
92

Reform, political, A B C of, 159
Princeton University. 277

Regulating Act, Impossible to execute
Principles of the Revolution, Reaction the, in Massachusetts, 12
against the, 2

Religion, Difference of opinion in,
Prisoners of war, Treatment of, 109–10 244, 245; punishment under Virginia
Privileges, special, Beneficiaries of, 60; Act for denial of, 247

Jefferson urged withdrawal of, in 'Religious freedom, Jefferson's statute

of, 57, 67, 68, 70; results of, 85; (Roman Digest, The, expressed the
first in the world, 245, 246, 247, natural rights of man, 38
248, 251; excerpt from, 249–50;

Roosevelt, Theodore, on Jefferson, 17,
passed, 253–54; amendments to,

20, 23, 54, 104; rebuked by both
254–56; 263-64

parties, 166; wanted third term,
“Reply to Lord North's Conciliatory

167; spirit of sedition laws under,
Proposal," 21-22, 23, 26, 42

172; on "infamous conduct,”. 196,

199
Representation, Equal, in the legis. Rousseau, Jefferson opposed to central
lature, 103

principle of, 38; Jefferson no disciple
Republican government radically de

of, 45; difference between Jefferson
fective, 152

and school of, 49–50; not quoted
Republican party, The, founded on

as authority on rights, 56
Jefferson's theory, 54

Rousseau's “Contrat social,” 5
Republicanism, Catholic principle of, Rowe, John, at Boston tea-party, 9

in recognition of governments, 115– Russia, Treaty with, abrogated, 15-16
16

Rutledge, Edward, Letter to, 131
Republics, The lesser, 97, 99-100, Rutledge, John, on Jefferson's elec-
102–3

tion, 185
Resolutions for Committee of inter-

colonial correspondence, 8; offered Sabine, Lorenzo, “American Loyal-
in the Assembly, 10

ists," 145
Revenues, Increase of annual, 215 Salt beef, in France, 108
Revision work in Virginia, 68–70, 85; Schools, Common and Grammar, Bill

Bill for revision of the laws, 88 to establish, 268; provision for
Revolution, The American, a cause common, and overseers, 269–70;
of the French, 56-57

for grammar or central, 27071;
Revolutionary intimidation, 12

districts and Boards of overseers,
Revolutionary period, Political theory 270; duties of visitors, 271; co-
of the, 47-49

education in, 271; primaries, 281
Revolutionist, The, 7-66

Schools, Grammar or central, Land
Rhode Island, Religious freedom in, and buildings for, 270; promotion
except for Catholics, 251

to, from common, 270–71; from,
Right of revolution, 47-48

to University, 271
Right to a thing, The, gives right to Schouler, James, on Jefferson and
means for use, 112

the University, 299
Rights of man, The, 13; Van Capellen Scientists, The political, and the

on, 31; declared in the Roman rights of man, 53-54
Digest, 38; the object lesson of, Search and arrest, Freedom from
in America, 39; De Witt on, 45; unreasonable, 46
business of government to make, Secession, Right of peaceful, denied,
more secure, 50; letter to Weight-47
man on, 51-52; the political sci- Secretary of State, Jefferson appoint-
entists and, 53-54; natural, inalien- ed, 112; handicapped by Senate's
able, God-given, 55; authorities right to amend a treaty, 138
for, 55-56; Jefferson a forerunner Sedgwick, Theodore, reactionary, Let-
of, 57; unviolated, 85; the Puritans ters of, 155
not enthusiastic for, 95; in Bill for Sedition laws passed, 145; a blunder,
religious freedom, 250, 256–57; the 170; result of, 171; failure of, 242
citizen should know his, 267

Self-extinguishment, The right of, 53
Roman Catholics refused religious Self-government, Capacity of Ameri-

liberty in Rhode Island, 251; can people for, 12; inherent rights
established it in Maryland, 251 of, 13

Self-government, Local, 55; an apostle public, 97, 99, 102–3; true barrier

of, 96-106; Jefferson on, 98–99 of liberty, 105
Self-preservation, first duty of a State Department, Forms and eti-
nation, 117

quette in the, 137, 139
Shaya's Rebellion, 2, 141

Stephens, Alexander, 24
Sheriffs to be elective, 103

Suffrage General, 103; educational
Sherman, Roger, member of com- qualification for, 286–88

mittee to prepare Declaration of “Summary View," Jefferson's, printed
Independence, 33

by the Virginia Convention, 14–15;
Ships of war and prizes, French, & mine for ideas and phrases, 15;
admitted to our ports, 119

basis of argument in the, 15–16;
Short, Mr. Jefferson's letter to, 60–61, forerunner of the Declaration, 16–
112, 134

17, 42, 57; justified execution of
Sidney, Algernon, “Discourses on Charles I, 17; protest against
Government,” 37

closing port of Boston, 18-19;
Slave owners, Difficulties of, 78; appeal to George III, 19–20;

kindliness and heroism of, 79–80 opposition to slavery in the, 74
Slave-trading, References to, stricken Supreme Court, Contradictory de-

out of Declaration of Independence, cisions of the, 212
40; Jefferson right about, 41; Act Sweden and Norway, Separation of,
to abolish, 69, 80

47
Slavery, Jefferson's opposition to,

74–78, 81-83; efforts to prohibit, Table, Things not of the first, 47;
in all territories, 76–77; defence of, things of the first, 55; the first and
a defence of aristocracy, 80–81; second, defined, 94
Jefferson's words against, a logos, Talleyrand, offered Louisiana to
82

Livingston, 203, 215
Smith, Adam, 224

Taxes, Some old, abolished, no new
Smith, Samuel, denied claims of created, 238; reduced, 242
Bayard, 189

Tea, thrown overboard in Boston, 9;
Social contract, A, at the base of House of Burgesses on purchase of,
government, 5

10; the punishment for, 18
Social order, Hamilton's view of, 181 Teachers, free and untrammelled,
Social structure, The, aristocratic, 88 294–95
Soul-Politic, The, within our Body- | Tennyson and Jefferson, 288

Politic, 4, 54; making over the Territory, acquisition of, Early doc-
American, 281

trine of, 210–11; new doctrine, with
Sovereignty of the people, 47

regard to the Philippines and
Spain, Diplomatic correspondence Porto Rico, 211, 212–14; & means,

with, 129; Holy Alliance and South not an end to Jefferson, 216
American colonies of, 135; would | Texas, Public lands of, 303
need to sell Florida, 203

Theological Seminaries, to be estab-
Spanish, Study of, neglected, 284 lished by the churches, 274
Sparks, Jared, battled for removal Ticknor, George, Visit of, to Jefferson,
of tariff on books, 306

300
Spanish milled dollar, basis of value, Tiers État, Leaders of the, consulted
239

Jefferson, 56
Speech, Freedom of, 46

Titles, Adulatory, proposed, 226–27
Speeches from the throne, No, for Titles, Honorary, 137, 139, 226
Jefferson, nor since, 229

Tories, Position of Revolutionary
Spooner Amendment, The, 219

time, 48
State, The, the safeguard of republi- Tourgée, Albion W., 3

can institutions, 96; a lesser re- 'Town-meeting methods opposed, 142

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Township system in New England, United States, A legal government of,

93; Jefferson enamored with, 96; 35; credit of, in Amsterdam, 162
elementary republics, 97–98; power United States Bank, Stock of, sold,
of, 98; vital principle of govern-

| 236
ment, 98

University, A national, favored by
Trade preferences voluntary, 19-20 | Washington and Jefferson, 276–77;
Trade regulations, Unbearable, 16 i arguments against, 277
Transylvania University, Causes of University of Geneva, Scheme to
failure of, 282

transfer the, to Richmond, 303–4
Treason, Jefferson's act defining, 68, University of Virginia, Father of the,
72; instructions on, 113

67; laws for establishment of, 69;
Treasury measures, Hamilton's, 160_ cardinal features of, 272; founded,
61

275; organization of, 282-83; no
Treasury system Gallatin's not Ham school for science of government at,
ilton's, 238

285; agriculture, etc. at, 289, 290–
Treaties, Interpretation of, in relation 91; a gymnasium for, 293; the

to dual character of our Republic, Library and the teaching force,
113–14; Jefferson wary of, 199

294–95; success of the, 295; Jeffer-
Treaties with France, Our, 116–21; son on, 295–97; treated niggardly
violation of, 117, 130

by Virginia, 297; influence of, 297–
Treaty effected by Monroe in 1806 98; freedom at, 298–99; Schouler
not sent to Senate, 132

on, 299; Mabie on, 299-300
Treaty of Amity and Commerce with University, Purpose of a, 274; each

France, 118-19; provisions of, State should have a, 276–77

violated, 119-20
Treaty of Paris of '63, 112

Value, Unit of, scheme, 239
Treaty of 1782–83, 112

Van Capellen, Johan Derk, Reply of,
Treaty, The Model, 108-11

to George III, 31-32
Treaty, Right of the Senate to amend Vanity of authorship, Jefferson had
a, 138

no, 24 .
Tucker, George, on desperate meas Vest, Senator, on Jefferson, 129
ures, 192

Virginia convention, called to elect
Tuition and board, Free, in grammar delegates to Congress, 11; instruc-
schools, 270

tions to members of Congress pre-
Tyranny, submission to, or resistance sented to the, 14-15; the first of
by force, Jefferson on, 25–26

its kind, 15; Dr. Grigsby on, 104
Tyler, Governor, Letters to, 96–97 Virginia Dynasty, Jealousy of the, 261

Virginia Resolutions, The, 145, 175
Umpirage of reason, The, for col- Virginia, Sole tie binding, to England,
lisions of interest, 198

19; would not desert her sister
Union for the colonies, A, effected colonies, 22; reply of, to Lord
· by the correspondence committees, North, 20–23, 26; a written consti-

tution for, 32, 43–44; instructions
Union, The, acknowledged and em to representatives to move inde-

phasized by Virginia, 22; right of a pendence, 32, 35, 43; efforts to stop
state to withdraw from, not slave trade in, 41; Bill of Rights
doubted, 120; must be strengthened, and Constitution of, adopted, 43–
152-53; Hamilton's devotion to, 44, 100; Jefferson's work of recon-
164; dismemberment of, 182, 208–9; struction in, 68–70, 85; recodifi-
Josiah Quincy on dissolution of, cation in, 69, 71; emancipation and
209

non-importation of slaves in, 76, 80;
Unit of value scheme, 239

what held, back, 89; a State made
Unitarianism of Jefferson, 257

over, 92–93; followed Jefferson, 93;

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