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constitution of, attacked, 104; | West, Possession of the, a bond of
division of, advised by Hamilton, 1 union, 222-23
176; troops mobilized in, 176; Western states, Separation of church
would protect & convention, 187, and state in, 264; liberal to their
188; fell short of Jefferson's ideas, universities, 297
289; citizenship of, 296; neglects her Whigs, The early, made pretense of
University, 297

Jefferson's theory, 54
Virginia State Literary Fund Board, White, Andrew D., The six architects

of our republic, 1; on Jefferson,
Visitors, school, Duties of, 271

1-2, 80; Jefferson's opposition to

slavery, 81-82
Walcott, Oliver, pussy-footed old Wiley's, Dr., interesting work, 291
Counter-Revolutionist, 156

William and Mary College, Bill for
Walker, Francis, on passage of sedi- amending the Constitution of, 268;

tion law, 170; on Hamilton's never enacted, 271; chemistry at,

philosophy of government, 170–71 284
Walker, John, member of House of Williams, Roger, on things not of the
Burgesses, 13

first table, 47; stood for democracy,
Walpole, Robert, and corruption, 158 94; in accord with Jefferson, 94–95
War, Waste in preparation for, 198–99 Wilson, Woodrow, on those who dis-
Wards, Counties to be divided into, trust the people, 50
97-98, 102–3

Winship, A. E., and R. W. Wallace,
Washington, George, & founder, 1;1 on the Louisiana purchase, 204

on the model treaty, 110; supported Wirt, William, Letter to, quoted, 7
Jefferson against the Cabinet, 115, Wisdom, The prescient, of Jefferson,
124; criticised, 125; persuaded 83
Jefferson to remain in Cabinet, Witchcraft, Law against, in Virginia,
127, 130; relations with Jefferson, | 265
128; idea of making, king, 146; on a Witt, Cornelius de, on the Declaration
monarchical form of government, of Independence, 45; on the authori-
146-47; refused third term, 166, ties for rights, 55-56; on Jefferson
243; humiliation of, in signing Jay in Paris, 57–58
Treaty, 197; started us as the Women, Education of, 272
Great Peace Nation, 197; birth-Woods, the, Our beginnings in, 39
day balls of, 226; titles proposed Woodward, Judge A. B., created
for, 226–27; with sword and cocked Michigan University, 273
hat, 227, 229; favored Bill for Worcester, Noah, Jefferson's letter
supporting clergy, 252; to Mason, to, 196
on, 252-53; influenced Jefferson, World democracy and world peace,

Washington's Cabinet, 160

Wythe, George, agreed with Jefferson,
Watson, Thomas E., on democratized 13; member of Law revision com-

Virginia, 93; on the work of Jeffer- mittee, 70; set free his slaves, 76;
son, 104; on Napoleon's victories, shared Jefferson's religious views,
117; on Jefferson's peace policy, 257

Webster, Daniel, on Jefferson, 111, Yale University, 277

Young men consulted Jefferson on
Webster, Sidney, “The Two Treaties their reading, 287–88

of Paris," 214, 218–19
Weightman, Letter to Mayor, 51


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