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 Jefferson Papers Indexes | Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Cumulative Index to vols. 1–20 | L |  Louis XVI, King of France

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– praised by Mazzei [1 reference]

– correspondence with Congress [10 references]

– approves Congressional appointments to peace conference [1 reference]

– Gates' gratitude toward [1 reference]

– plan of presenting orrery to [1 reference]

– form of address [1 reference]

– Houdon making statue of [1 reference]

– TJ on [7 references]

– present of books to College of William and Mary [1 reference]

– admired by John Page [1 reference]

– TJ's audience with [4 references]

– sends out scientific expedition [1 reference]

– hunts at Fontainebleau [1 reference]

– edict on fisheries [1 reference]

– visits Cherbourg [3 references]

– conflicts with parlements [3 references]

– birth of daughter [1 reference]

– popularity of [7 references]

– approves of bust of Lafayette [1 reference]

– patronage of Brown College solicited [1 reference]

– differences with Spanish court [1 reference]

– owns the South Carolina [1 reference]

– encouragement of U.S.-French commerce [1 reference]

– relations with Assemblée des Notables [8 references]

– friendliness to U.S. [1 reference]

– knowledge of financial situation [1 reference]

– dismissal of Calonne [1 reference]

– Barlow dedicates poem to [1 reference]

– personal traits [4 references]

– portrait offered TJ for purchase [1 reference]

– revenue [1 reference]

– decline in power [1 reference]

– Tipoo Sahib's ambassadors received by [3 references]

– Rieger's audience with [1 reference]

– Cordon's audience with [1 reference]

– Breton noblemen's petition rejected by [2 references]

– Constitution of U.S. praised by [1 reference]

– offers terms of peace with Russia [1 reference]

– British opinion of [1 reference]

– J. P. Jones praises [1 reference]

– neutral in politics [1 reference]

– responsibility in government [4 references]

– enters Paris in triumph, July 17, 1789 [5 references]

– cockade presented to [3 references]

– signs passport for TJ [1 reference]

– and Estates General [8 references]

– charter of rights, suggested [2 references]

– supports aristocratic party [1 reference]

– letter from, to Cardinal La Rochefoucauld, quoted [1 reference]

– appeals for peace [2 references]

– and National Assembly [14 references]

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

– veto power discussed [8 references]

– possibility of flight from Versailles [1 reference]

– effect of march on Versailles on [5 references]

– protected by National Guard [1 reference]

– correspondence with Washington [12 references]

– and Declaration of Rights [2 references]

– Van der Noot's letter to [2 references]

– reported plot against [4 references]

– household expenses [1 reference]

– Belgian congress appeals to [1 reference]

– condition of [1 reference]

– refuses Latour du Pin's resignation [1 reference]

– refuses to leave Versailles [1 reference]

– receives Lafayette's ideas on authority [2 references]

– miniature of given to TJ [5 references]

– miniature of given to Franklin [2 references]

– power to make war [4 references]

– at Bastille Day celebration [4 references]

– and French constitution [2 references]

– receives Duc d'Orléans [1 reference]

– removal from St. Cloud proposed [1 reference]

– proposed address to, on royal ministers [1 reference]

– letter to, from ministers, cited [3 references]

– appoints Garde de Sceaux [1 reference]

– uneasy about Condé [1 reference]

– portrait presented to Congress [1 reference]

– and civil constitution of clergy [1 reference]

– form of address to U.S. discussed [2 references]

– and Franklin's death [1 reference]

– correspondence with Leopold II [3 references]

– departure of aunts [1 reference]

– reaction to scene at the Tuileries [1 reference]

– escape from Paris feared [1 reference]

– flight to Varennes [6 references]

– gives books to U.S. colleges [1 reference]

– requested to negotiate new treaty of commerce with U.S. [1 reference]

– declaration to French people [1 reference]

– restrictions on [4 references]

– expresses support for Revolution [1 reference]

– dislikes Lafayette [1 reference]