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Founding Era Index > Jefferson Papers Indexes > Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Cumulative Index to vols. 1–20 > L >  Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de

 Jefferson Papers Indexes | Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Cumulative Index to vols. 1–20 | L |  Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de

Subentries

– letters to [41 references]

– letters from [42 references]

– introduced to TJ [2 references]

– Gov. Reed aids [1 reference]

– and Mazzei [6 references]

– efforts to win aid for America [1 reference]

– arrives in America [3 references]

– calls upon states for supplies [1 reference]

– Arnold's attempt to use [1 reference]

– at Richmond [6 references]

– planned support by French fleet [1 reference]

– seeks to capture Arnold [1 reference]

– commands army in Va. [2 references]

– correspondence with Washington [18 references]

– provisioning of troops under [11 references]

– requests escort [1 reference]

– correspondence with Steuben [4 references]

– artillery horses for [1 reference]

– requests lookout boats from TJ [1 reference]

– arrives in Va. [3 references]

– at Yorktown [5 references]

– interest in America [3 references]

– on south side of James river [1 reference]

– views Portsmouth defenses [1 reference]

– aide-de-camp reconnoiters Chesapeake Bay for [1 reference]

– TJ's relations with [1 reference]

– returns to north [1 reference]

– supported by Pa. [2 references]

– on Va. military board [1 reference]

– on weakness of American defenses [1 reference]

– and Steuben's plan against Cornwallis [1 reference]

– obtains horses [8 references]

– British inquiries on [1 reference]

– at Annapolis [1 reference]

– Greene advises [1 reference]

– sends weapons to Greene [2 references]

– moves detachment southward [5 references]

– correspondence with Phillips [2 references]

– reinforcements [10 references]

– and Va. Executive Council [1 reference]

– provision for hospital facilities [1 reference]

– and Turberville's interest in command [2 references]

– warrant for [1 reference]

– fears loss of credit [1 reference]

– and Convention troops [1 reference]

– opinions cited [1 reference]

– at Richmond [1 reference]

– corn for [1 reference]

– letter to, from Weedon, quoted [1 reference]

– at Holts Forge [1 reference]

– joins forces with Gen. Wayne [3 references]

– inadequacy of forces [3 references]

– Greene orders to remain in Va. [1 reference]

– letter from, to La Luzerne, quoted [1 reference]

– and Definitive Peace Treaty [2 references]

– news from [2 references]

– letter from, to Livingston, quoted [1 reference]

– relations with Steuben [9 references]

– asks assistance of De Grasse [1 reference]

– plan to unite forces with Pa. line [1 reference]

– letters from cited [11 references]

– postwar visit to America (1784) [4 references]

– purchases silver plate for Washington [1 reference]

– and Society of the Cincinnati [5 references]

– receives copy of Mazzei's notes on U.S.-French West Indian trade [1 reference]

– and Martha Jefferson's admission to Pentemont [1 reference]

– popularity in U.S. [4 references]

– travels in U.S. [2 references]

– proposes Vergennes' intervention in Mississippi trade question [1 reference]

– Madison accompanies on trip north [1 reference]

– letter from, to Vergennes, cited [1 reference]

– addresses Indians at Fort Schuyler [3 references]

– opposed to slavery [1 reference]

– Madison on character of [4 references]

– Iroquois name for (Kayewla) [1 reference]

– returns to France [4 references]

– attitude toward animal magnetism [2 references]

– and dispute with Barbary States [12 references]

– correspondence with Madison [4 references]

– TJ invites to dinner [2 references]

– wants Le Havre as free port [1 reference]

– role in supplying American whale oil to France [17 references]

– letter from, to Adams, quoted [1 reference]

– attempts to purchase arms for Va. [5 references]

– and tobacco trade [13 references]

– Houdon bust of [39 references]

– letter to, from Carmichael, cited [2 references]

– correspondence with Calonne cited [3 references]

– counteracts anti-American propaganda [2 references]

– gives letter of credit to Franks [1 reference]

– letter from, to Patrick Henry, cited [1 reference]

– aids American-French commerce [12 references]

– “Avis au Comité” [3 references]

– Barrett introduced to [1 reference]

– Geismar's meeting with [1 reference]

– letter to, from Janet L. Montgomery, cited [2 references]

– Ramsay's book sent to [1 reference]

– encourages French import of live oak timber [1 reference]

– letters from, to Greene, quoted [1 reference]

– and Va. naturalization act [2 references]

– attempts to settle Littlepage's debts [5 references]

– opinions of monarchical power [2 references]

– TJ urges gift of land by Va. to [1 reference]

– letters to, from Boylston, cited [2 references]

– hosts discussion on American politics [1 reference]

– resumé of speech to Comité du Commerce [1 reference]

– on U.S.-French trade committee [1 reference]

– portraits of [12 references]

– association with Mme de Tessé [1 reference]

– TJ seeks copy of MacIntosh's Travels for [2 references]

– relations with Ledyard [7 references]

– letter to, from Littlepage, quoted [1 reference]

– receives report on Carleton's mission [1 reference]

– visits southern France [2 references]

– letter of recommendation for Mme Grégoire [1 reference]

– Congress thanks [1 reference]

– correspondence with Dumas [6 references]

– recommends Walton [3 references]

– letters of introduction for Heywards asked of [1 reference]

– intelligence to be forwarded to [1 reference]

– letter from, to James McHenry, cited [1 reference]

– correspondence with Jay [3 references]

– advice on Indian warfare sought [1 reference]

– d'Auberteuil's verse in honor of [2 references]

– as member of Assemblée des Notables [4 references]

– reputation in France [2 references]

– TJ on character of [1 reference]

– absence from Paris [1 reference]

– jocular advice to TJ [1 reference]

– health of [4 references]

– urged to accompany TJ through southern France [1 reference]

– and dismissal of Calonne [3 references]

– predicts Fourqueux' successor [1 reference]

– quoted on Archbishop of Toulouse [1 reference]

– assists Barclay [4 references]

– Barlow's poem forwarded to [1 reference]

– correspondence with Gordon [2 references]

– safe conduct for Macarty [1 reference]

– accompanies TJ to conference with La Boullaye [1 reference]

– letter to, from Ledyard, cited [1 reference]

– aspires to command Dutch Republican army [1 reference]

– correspondence with Lambert [2 references]

– sent reports on Federal Convention [2 references]

– copies of Adams' Defence of the American Constitutions sent to [1 reference]

– letter to, from Blackden, cited [1 reference]

– books for [1 reference]

– copying press for [1 reference]

– letter to, from Walsh-Serrant, quoted [1 reference]

– and Quesnay's proposed academy [3 references]

– account with TJ [1 reference]

– opinion on Paine's iron bridge [1 reference]

– letter to, from Swan, cited [1 reference]

– proposed as member of marine council [1 reference]

– discusses U.S. Constitution [1 reference]

– correspondence with Knox [3 references]

– investigates American trade [3 references]

– opposes farmers-general [2 references]

– receives memo from Cazeau [1 reference]

– asks George Washington Greene to visit Paris [3 references]

– Otchikeita as protégé of [1 reference]

– assists Castaing [1 reference]

– Shippen's regard for [1 reference]

– submits Swan's proposal on beef contract [1 reference]

– portrait of Washington for [4 references]

– advises Shippen and Rutledge [2 references]

– and royal displeasure with nobles of Brittany [6 references]

– Gordon asks for news of [1 reference]

– letter to, from Barrett, cited [2 references]

– correspondence with J. P. Jones [3 references]

– medals sent to [3 references]

– out of favor with court [2 references]

– in Consular Convention [2 references]

– French in Cairo admire [1 reference]

– in whale fishery negotiations [7 references]

Observations on the Whale-Fishery sent to [2 references]

– praises TJ [1 reference]

– in war crisis of 1790 [5 references]

– letter from, to Necker [1 reference]

– in French politics [4 references]

– and declaration of rights [9 references]

– relations with Moustier [5 references]

– Short approves conduct of [2 references]

– Short requests permission to visit Toulon dockyard [3 references]

– praised by TJ [2 references]

– Barrett asks for letter to [1 reference]

– Gordon seeks payment for books [2 references]

– TJ used as conduit to [1 reference]

– in Estates General [3 references]

– and G. Morris [4 references]

– signs passport for TJ [1 reference]

– Fraser sends seeds to [1 reference]

– TJ advises [2 references]

– and TJ's draft charter of rights [2 references]

– at Fourth of July dinner with TJ [1 reference]

– in Mirabeau incident [7 references]

– in National Assembly [8 references]

– commands National Guard [13 references]

– letter to, from Louis XVI [1 reference]

– discusses French constitution with TJ [2 references]

– marches to Versailles [2 references]

– popularity of in France [15 references]

– letter to, from Short, cited [1 reference]

– Vernes plans to request support of [2 references]

– Mazzei sends message to [1 reference]

– in French Revolution [11 references]

– conspiracy to assassinate [5 references]

– and Favras plot [2 references]

– letter to cited [1 reference]

– in Journée des dupes [1 reference]

– consults TJ on judicial reform [1 reference]

– in Société de quatrevingt neuf [2 references]

– Belgian States seek support of [1 reference]

– Pio dines with [1 reference]

– praised in Gazette of the United States [1 reference]

– children of [1 reference]

– devotion of grenadiers to [1 reference]

– Horry introduced to [1 reference]

– views on warmaking power [1 reference]

– in moderate party [1 reference]

– sends key of Bastille to Washington [1 reference]

– supports Thouret's plan [1 reference]

– Dumas comments on [1 reference]

– praised by Mme d'Enville [1 reference]

– recommends Tevernal and Des Rochers [1 reference]

– relations with Short [6 references]

– rivalry with Duc d'Orléans [1 reference]

– letter for, sent to TJ [1 reference]

– efforts to support U.S. trade [1 reference]

– supports Duport du Tertre [1 reference]

– McHenry seeks assistance of [3 references]

Mémoires quoted [1 reference]

– gains political strength [1 reference]

– letter from, to Wayne, cited [1 reference]

– and news of Franklin's death [3 references]

– political position undercut by Hamilton [1 reference]

– effect of Washington's letter on [1 reference]

– and the fisheries [1 reference]

– responds to Carmichael's instructions [1 reference]

– TJ seeks intervention of in U.S.-Spanish relations [1 reference]

– note on tobacco to, from G. Morris [1 reference]

– and U.S. foreign debt [1 reference]

– guards king [7 references]

– favors U.S. acquisition of Fla. [1 reference]

– favors independence for La. [1 reference]

– and king's flight to Varennes [1 reference]

– command of French army predicted [1 reference]

– mentioned [98 references]