Studies in Eighteenth-Century Diplomacy, 1740-1748

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INDEX
AIX-LA-CHAPELLE, Congress at, 122, 124, 125, 253, 288, 305, 306, 330, Chapters VIII and IX
Alessandria, siege of, 95, 96, 102; relieved, 118
Alsace, 6, 83; invasion of, 86
Amelot French Foreign Minister, 72, 82, 87, 100
Ammon, Prussian envoy at The 366, 367
"Amsterdammers,"128, 232
Anghiera, County of, 42, 44, 51, 52, 54 (and note), 62, 337
Anson, Lord, 172, 309 (note)
Antibes, siege of, 216, 218
Aranjuez, Treaty of, 78, 95
Argenson, Comte d', Minister of War, 82, 87, 88, 107, 115
Argenson, Marquis d', 2; Minister of Foreign Affairs, 87, 88; policy of, 90-92; supports Saxon candidature in Empire, 93, 94; refuses to quarrel with Prussia, 98; Italian plans, 101; negotiation with Sardinia, 101-120; fatal letter to Maillebois, 108; negotiations with the Dutch, 135, 140, 145, 226; his Idées sur la Paix, 146, 147; continued negotiations, 149-152; produces a Counter-Project, 153, 232, 242; its terms, 153-155; agrees to admission of an English envoy and of transference to Breda, 167; repents of this, 191; agrees to compromise at Breda, and suggests a Spanish envoy, 191; opposes second Spanish marriage, 196; again approaches Sardinia, 200; suggests mediation of Portugal, 212, 214; downfall of, 225, 253, 329
Asiento, the, 89, 150, 161, 163, 228-230, 237-244, 246, 247, 318, 337-339, 344, 345, 365, 382, 385, 388, 392, 402, 403, 407, 410
Assiette Col. de264, 281
Asti, taken by French, 95; recovered by Sardinians, 117, 225
Augustus III of Saxony and Poland, 41, 93, 141, 312
Aviz, second Spanish envoy at Breda, 234, 241, 245, 252
Barrier Treaty, 125, 126 (note), 379, 380, 383, 390, 397, 399, 401, 402 (and note) Bartenstein, Baron, 2, 36, 42, 51, 52, 53, 70, 122, 125, 165
180, 193, 209, 217, 318, 345, 359, 376, 378, 391, 394, 401, 402 (and note) Bassignana, Battle of, 95, 99, 101
Bath, Lord, 21, 22, 23
Batthiani, Austrian general, 260, 286, 297, 375
Bavaria, overrun by Austrians, 5, 12; Maria Theresa wants to keep it, 7, 84; attempts to procure its restitution to Charles VII, 9, 10, 18-30; projected exchange for Naples, 68-70; evacuated, 86
Bedford Correspondence, 380 (note)
Bedford, John, Duke of, 170, 172, 239, 255, 271, 277, 282, 293, 301, 306; Secretary of State, 308 (and note), 309
(note), 311, 314, 315, 343, 376, 381, 382, 383, 395, 398, 409
Belleisle, Chevalier de, 264, 265
Belleisle, Marshal, 4, 81, 93, 130, 145, 216, 217, 263, 265, 329
Benedict XIV, 46
Bentinck, Charles, 128, 190 (note), 231; his mission to England, 312-317, 348 (note), 375; mission to Hanover, 405
Bentinck, William, 128, 164 (note), 178, 183, 189, 243, 248- 252, 258, 267, 269, 270, 271, 292, 300; mission to London in 1747, 280, 283-286; sent to

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