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 Jefferson Papers Indexes | Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Index to volume 31 | R |  Republicans

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– create committee structure in Va. [4 references]

– editors intimidated by libel prosecutions [4 references]

– TJ's leadership of [1 reference]

– in middle states [13 references]

– prospects, strategy for 1800 election [8 references]

– called Jacobins [1 reference]

– in New England [12 references]

– and newspapers, public opinion [18 references]

– improving public opinion of [4 references]

– characterized as Illuminati [1 reference]

– importance of printing, information [2 references]

– stymied in House debates [1 reference]

– Philadelphia as hub of [2 references]

– called Democrats, whigs [3 references]

– regional strengths of [2 references]

– represent true sentiments of nation [5 references]

– succeed in Va. state elections [7 references]

– suspect Liston [1 reference]

– called a faction [1 reference]

– defend Richmond Examiner [1 reference]

– in S.C. [1 reference]

– in Staunton [1 reference]

– in Pa. [6 references]

– in upland Va. [1 reference]

– and Robbins case [2 references]

– and distribution of offices in Va. [2 references]

– strategy in face of splits among Federalists [2 references]

– TJ outlines goals of [1 reference]

– in west [2 references]

– in Va. assembly [3 references]

– on at-large selection of presidential electors [5 references]

– and N.Y. state elections [7 references]

– outvoted in House [1 reference]

– found bank in N.Y. [2 references]

– distrust Federalist maneuvers in 1800 [1 reference]

– control Pa. House [1 reference]

– distrust accounts of Brumaire coup [1 reference]

– Monroe as key figure in Va. [1 reference]

– rally on common law issue [1 reference]

– form, promote tickets in states [5 references]

– inconsistent strength of [1 reference]

– and selection of juries [1 reference]

– oppose medal for Truxton [1 reference]

– and manipulation of opinion [1 reference]

– and control of Congress [3 references]

– in N.C. [1 reference]

– Va. as example for other states [2 references]

– and Argus [1 reference]

– called Republican party [2 references]

– election of Pa. governor [1 reference]

– consider vice-presidential candidates [1 reference]

– coordination among states [1 reference]

– importance of N.Y. leaders [1 reference]

– hold caucuses [1 reference]

– conduct in N.Y. elections [1 reference]

– in Senate [1 reference]

– and bankruptcy law [1 reference]

– hold their ground in House [2 references]

– and TJ's visit to Richmond [1 reference]