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 Jefferson Papers Indexes | Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Index to volume 31 | F |  Federalists

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– and Ky. and Va. resolutions [2 references]

– in N.Y. [3 references]

– in New England [7 references]

– losing their dominance [4 references]

– in Va. [13 references]

– characterized as Illuminati [2 references]

– called tories, British party [11 references]

– excessive expenses, taxes of [13 references]

– referred to as war party [4 references]

– measures backed by military power [1 reference]

– divisions within [15 references]

– hold caucuses [5 references]

– and France [3 references]

– and military profiteering [1 reference]

– and XYZ affair [1 reference]

– still powerful in Sixth Congress [1 reference]

– prowar, pro-British wing of [6 references]

– restrained, cautious element of [3 references]

– successes in Va. [3 references]

– views of progress of knowledge [4 references]

– fear Lafayette [1 reference]

– and election of 1796 [1 reference]

– champion common law [5 references]

– manipulate public opinion [7 references]

– and Callender [2 references]

– newspapers [4 references]

– discredited by British actions [3 references]

– strive for monarchy [7 references]

– excluded from office [3 references]

– exclude Republicans from offices [1 reference]

– in western states [1 reference]

– in N.C. [2 references]

– swayed by Madison [1 reference]

– consider war against France [3 references]

– and changes in selection of presidential electors [3 references]

– in House of Representatives [3 references]

– and potential dismemberment of union [1 reference]

– some prefer lifetime term for president [1 reference]

– thought to promote, capitalize on political disruption [1 reference]

– and election of 1800 [2 references]

– in Pa. [2 references]

– and St. Andrew's Society [1 reference]

– supposed bigotry of [1 reference]

– foresee restoration of monarchy to France [2 references]

– supported by banks [1 reference]

– and Illuminati [1 reference]

– and Robbins case [1 reference]

– associated with British citizens [1 reference]

– in Senate [5 references]

– in S.C. [1 reference]

– some rue U.S. independence from Britain [1 reference]

– favor merchants, speculators over farmers, manufacturers [1 reference]

– opposition to France as touchstone of [3 references]

– form, promote electoral tickets [1 reference]

– John Marshall as Va. leader of [2 references]

– and C. C. Pinckney candidacy [5 references]

– called Federalist party [2 references]

– misled by temporary opinions against France [2 references]

– desperate to hold power [5 references]

– scorn public opinion [2 references]