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 Jefferson Papers Indexes | Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Index to volume 33 | F |  Federalists

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– judiciary dominated by [18 references]

– conciliatory measures by, distrusted [7 references]

– renewed opposition by, expected [4 references]

– fear change of administration [1 reference]

– former Loyalists among [8 references]

– jury packing by [13 references]

– conduct in House of Representatives criticized [8 references]

– prefer TJ to dissolution of government [3 references]

– in Md. [2 references]

– in Philadelphia [2 references]

– in Pa. [8 references]

– demise of, predicted [4 references]

– called tories, British party [4 references]

– removal of, expected, urged [11 references]

– associated with monarchy [9 references]

– in Conn. [5 references]

– lose public support [7 references]

– interfere with postal service [5 references]

– called oligarchs [1 reference]

– Constitution threatened by [2 references]

– divided by election [7 references]

– called aristocrats [6 references]

– hope to intimidate TJ [1 reference]

– merit no respect [1 reference]

– music composed for [1 reference]

– seized by frenzy, madness [2 references]

– in Vt. [4 references]

– Scots merchants as [2 references]

– in Va. [1 reference]

– compromise with impossible [2 references]

– reactions to inaugural address [3 references]

– misunderstand term “federalism” [1 reference]

– in N.C. [1 reference]

– Essex Junto [1 reference]

– in Mass. [5 references]

– threaten, remove Republican subordinates [14 references]

– in N.J. [3 references]

– enemies of science and philosophy [3 references]

– navy dominated by [2 references]

– removal of, for political opinions unjust [7 references]

– stigmatized by Alien Law [1 reference]

– in N.Y. [1 reference]

– and France [2 references]

– and Great Britain [2 references]

– in New England [6 references]

– criticize Dawson's appointment [2 references]

– appointment of, opposed [1 reference]

– heads of departments should render accounts [1 reference]

– in army [1 reference]

– talents, accomplishments of [1 reference]

– monopolize public offices [4 references]

– in S.C. [2 references]

– support among, for TJ's administration [2 references]

– in N.H. [3 references]

– as political “Jesuits” [1 reference]

– conduct in office criticized [1 reference]

– in Del. [1 reference]

– printers, newspapers [1 reference]