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 Jefferson Papers Indexes | Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Index to volume 32 | R |  Republicans

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– in New England [14 references]

– and control of Congress [5 references]

– in middle states [13 references]

– prospects, strategy for 1800 election [3 references]

– form, promote tickets in states [2 references]

– in North-west Terr. [1 reference]

– create committee structure in Va. [3 references]

– beliefs [2 references]

– and newspapers, public opinion [10 references]

– printers intimidated [1 reference]

– in Va. [7 references]

– celebrate 4th of July in Philadelphia [3 references]

– and rumors of TJ's death [3 references]

– in Md. [10 references]

– represent true sentiments of nation [4 references]

– improving public opinion of [1 reference]

– accused of antifederalism [1 reference]

– in Pa. [5 references]

– as supporters of Constitution [1 reference]

– respond to Federalist pamphlets [1 reference]

– in south [8 references]

– expatriots, in France [1 reference]

– receive support of doctors, dissenting clergy in New England [1 reference]

– called Jacobins [3 references]

– residing at Conrad & McMunn's [1 reference]

– TJ's election primary goal of [3 references]

– Bishop's Connecticut Republicanism [1 reference]

– probable electoral votes of [1 reference]

– of S.C. [2 references]

– transition into executive power [1 reference]

– and N.Y. council of appointment [2 references]

– call themselves Whigs [6 references]

– called anarchists, disorganizers [5 references]

– less powerful in Md., N.C., than Federalists are in New England [1 reference]

– oppose wasteful expenditure [2 references]

– all support TJ [2 references]

– TJ's desiderata for changes to federal system [1 reference]

– happy to have Congress remain inactive [1 reference]

– win congressional seats in N.J. [3 references]

– could join Federalists to elect Burr [1 reference]

– not accustomed to standing firm against threats [1 reference]

– absent from Congress [2 references]

– increasing strength in state governments [1 reference]

– in vulnerable, “unjust” situation, excluded from office [2 references]

– in Senate [1 reference]

– of Washington [1 reference]

– some critical of Gerry [2 references]

– called enemies of religion [1 reference]

– growing respect for [1 reference]

– compared to Spartans [1 reference]

– Dallas a key figure for [1 reference]