Press, Politics and the Public Sphere in Europe and North America, 1760-1820

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Index
Abeille du nord, 25, 40
Abréviateur universel, 194
Absolutism, and public sphere, 17
Académie française, 176
academies, 207
Academy of Sciences, 227, 228
Accademia letteraria, 218
Act of Union, 113, 122, 123
Actes des apôtres, 194, 196–7 n. 2
Adams, John, 33, 140–1, 146, 151, 152, 170
Addison, Alexander, 140
advertisement tax, 119, 124
advertising, 3
in cosmopolitan press, 27
in Dutch papers, 51
in Ireland, 115, 119, 124, 126, 129
in Italy, 204, 206
in Britain, 100, 108
advertising papers, 73, 159
see also Affiches
Advocaat der Nationale Vrijheid, 63
Affaires de l'Angleterre et de l'Amérique, 33, 160, 175
Affiches, 183, 188
Albany Gazette, 148
Albany Plan of Union, 146
Alekseev, A. V., 235
Alexander I, 226, 228, 229
Alexander II, 226
Alien and Sedition Acts (US), 8, 140–1, 151
Allemannia, 83
Allgemeine Deutsche Bibliothek, 72–3
Allgemeine Zeitung, 38, 77–8
almanacs, 228, 231–2, 244 n. 41
Altona, 28
Ambigu, 25, 27, 40–1
America, 140–158
foreign reporting in, during colonial period, 146
government printing contracts in, during colonial period, 148
libel laws in, during colonial period, 150
newspaper content in, during colonial period, 145
number of newspapers in, 148–9
patriot press in, during colonial period, 150
see also United States
American Revolution, 26, 28, 35, 161, 177
and French press, 164, 173, 174, 175
coercion of newspapers during, 151
influence on German press, 69
American Revolutionary War, 49
Ami du peuple, 185, 188, 192
Ami du roi, 184
Amiens, peace of, 38
Amsterdam, 5, 9, 49, 61
Amsterdamsche Courant, 50, 51, 61
Anderson, Benedict, 52, 55
Angely, barons d', 25
Anna I, Tsarina of Russia, see Ivanovna
Annales politiques du XIXe siècle, 25
Annales politiques, civiles et littéraires du dix-huitième siècle, 26–7, 29, 160–1, 175–7, 184
Annenkov, Pavel, 236
Antidote, 130
Anti-Federalists, 142, 147
anti-slavery movement, 97
Antraigues, Louis-Alexandre-Henri de Launay, comte d', 40
Archenholz, Johann Wilhelm von, 74, 95, 106
Argus, 99
aristocrats, 207, 218
Arndt, Ernst Moritz, 74, 78
Artaud, Jean-Baptiste, 165
Articles of Confederation, 152
Arzamas Society, 231
Ascendancy, Protestant, in Ireland, 117, 118
Aspinall, Arthur, 100, 107
associations, 13
Athlone, prosecutor, 59

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • Notes on the Contributors vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Notes *
  • 1 - The Cosmopolitan Press, 1759–1815 23
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  • 2 - The Netherlands, 1750–1813 48
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  • 3 - Germany, 1760–1815 69
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  • 4 - England, 1760–1815 93
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  • 5 - Ireland, 1760–1820s 113
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  • 6 - America, 1750–1820 140
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  • 7 - France, 1750–89 159
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  • 8 - The French Revolutionary Press 182
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  • 9 - Italy, 1760–1815 201
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  • 10 - Russia, 1790–1830 224
  • Notes 242
  • Index 248
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