The Inner Life of Empires: An Eighteenth-Century History

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ABBREVIATIONS
AN-Col.Archives Nationales, France-Colonies
BLBritish Library
BUL-WBristol University Library, West India Papers
EULEdinburgh University Library
EUL-LEdinburgh University Library, Laing Manuscripts
FHA-NRONorfolk Record Office, Folkes of Hillington Mss. (Additional)
GCAGlasgow City Archives
GULGlasgow University Library
GUL-PCGlasgow University Library, Special Collections, Copy Letter Book, Patrick Colquhoun
HL-PHuntington Library, San Marino, CA, Papers of William Pulteney
JA-CLAJohnstone of Alva Papers, Clackmannanshire Archives, Alloa
JJLB-CLAJohn Johnstone Letter Book 1767–71, Johnstone of Alva Papers, Clackmannanshire Archives
JJLB-EULJames Johnstone Letter Book 1770–74, Edinburgh University Library
KR-PKAKinnaird Family, Rossie Muniments, Perth and Kinross Council Archives, Perth
MHSMassachusetts Historical Society
NASNational Archives of Scotland
NAS(WRH)National Archives of Scotland, West Register House
NAS-SRNational Archives of Scotland, Papers of the Sinclair family, Earls of Rosslyn
NLSNational Library of Scotland

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • To Victoria v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction - Ideas and Sentiments 1
  • Chapter One - Setting out 11
  • Chapter Two - Coming Home 59
  • Chapter Three - Ending and Loss 97
  • Chapter Four - Economic Lives 121
  • Chapter Five - Experiences of Empire 154
  • Chapter Six - What Is Enlightenment? 210
  • Chapter Seven - Histories of Sentiments 263
  • Chapter Eight - Other People 284
  • Acknowledgments 303
  • Appendix - Children of James Johnstone and Barbara Murray 307
  • Abbreviations 309
  • Notes 311
  • Index 469
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