The French Revolution and the London Stage, 1789-1805

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Abercorn, Lord, 152
Abington, Frances, 146
acting techniques, 124, 131–5, 144–55, 148–50, 205, 207–8, 261
Adam, Robert, 147
Addington, Henry, 153, 206
Africans, The, Golman, 217–18, 260
alienation, 4, 110, 112, 121, 124, 189–91, 193–4, 197–9, 206, 208
Ambigu-Gomique, Th´eâtre du, 23, 77, 167, 201–3
American Revolution, 4, 17, 21–2, 51, 54, 156
Amis des Noirs, Societe des, 21
anti-slavery, 18, 213–16, 218
Armourer, The, Richard Cumberland, 73–6
Associes, Th´eâtre des, 25
Astley Philip, 6, 29, 42, 159, 213–14, 217
Amphitheatre, 30, 42, 159, 213
Athelie, Racine's, 77
Attitudes', 7, 144–5, 152
Audinot, Nicholas-Medard, 23–4, 77, 167, 203
Austen, Jane, 101, 192
Babeuf, Frangois-Noel, 79, 165
Baillie, Joanna, 117, 123–6, 137, 139–42
Ballet, 23, 33–5, 131, 143, 197
ballet d'action,23, 33–4, 135, 143
Bannister, John, 30, 66
Barrymore, William, 172
Battle of Hexham, The, George Golman, 49, 50, 53–4, 59, 67, 260
Battle of the Mile, The, anon, 171, 183
Beaumarchais, Pierre-Augustin Garon de, 39–40, 42
Beckford, William, 49, 105, 113
Vathek,105
Bell, Charles, 7, 144
Bentham, Jeremy, 18, 260
Bessborough, Duchess of, 151–2
Betty, Master Henry, 6, 150, 152–5, 192
Birch, Samuel, 81
Blake, William, 194
Blue Beard, George Golman, 31, 113–14, 125, 198, 215, 260
Bluettes, Th´eâtre des, 24
Boaden, James, 92–5, 103, 107, 125, 130, 140, 149
Bologna, John, 196
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 5, 51, 85, 108, 123, 130, 135, 139, 145, 152–4, 158, 165–7, 170, 172–3, 177, 181–4, 186–7, 190, 200, 206, 212–13, 215, 260, 263
coronation, 82, 153
coups, 170, 212
dramatised, 176–7, 179–82, 218
Egyptian campaign, 5, 113, 166, 171
theatre regulation, 167, 191, 203
Borderers, The, William Wordsworth, 115–19, 125
Boulevard du Temple, 23, 30–1, 77, 167
Braham, John, 184
Brecht, Bertold, 38, 72, 112, 131–4, 197, 199
Britain's Glory, or, Trip to Portsmouth, Robert Benson, 161
British Fortitude and Hibernian Friendship, J. C. Gross, 159
Brutus, F.-M. Arant de Voltaire, 65, 129
Buonaparte, or, the Free-Booter, John Scott Ripon, 181
Burke, Edmund, 7, 17, 48, 54, 57–60, 66, 74–5, 88, 105, 110, 118, 139, 140, 142, 153, 156, 163, 175, 177–8, 186, 198
Reflections on the French Revolution,48, 57
The Sublime and the Beautiful,29, 104
burletta, 26, 28, 30, 37, 43
Burney Fanny, 101
Byron, Lord George, 116, 125
Caius Gracchus, Marie-Joseph Chenier, 78, 84
Calonne, Charles-Alexandre de, 21
Camp, The, R. B. Sheridan, 159
Cange, ou Le Commissionaire de Lazare, Hapde, 201

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