Evolution of a Federalist: William Loughton Smith of Charleston (1758-1812)

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INDEX
Abbeville County, S. C., 244; see also Districts
Aberdour, Lord, 31
Abolition of slavery, 29, 166, 196, 367
Accabee, 356
Acts, 83n; act of confiscation, 102, 103; act to establish a medium of circulation by way of loan, 159n; act of March 26, 1784, 104, 106; act to regulate the admission of attorneys to the bar, 119n; act for regulating sales under executions, 138, 139, 159
Adams, Abigail (Smith), 4, 296 Adams, John, 4, 77, 84, 171, 237, 238, 277, 289-291, 294-297, 299, 301, 306, 312, 316, 318, 320, 326, 327, 331, 336, 344, 345, 348-350, 352, 396
Adams, John Quincy, 306, 314-316, 331, 395
Adams, Samuel, 48, 295
Administrator of estates, 30, 120
African Company, 2
Agent, provincial, 9, 11, 14, 21, 43
Agricultural Society of South Carolina, 137, 152
Agriculture, 137, 220, 369, 374, 377
Albermarle, Duke of; see George Monck
Alexander, David, 251, 389
Alexandria, Va., 222
Algerines, 137, 151, 260, 263, 321n, 331, 332
Algiers, 183, 307, 316, 331, 333-336; Dey of, 333-336
Alien act, 106, 170, 229n
Alien and sedition acts, 318-319
All Saints Parish, S. C., 154
Allibone, Captain, 141, 144, 220
Allston, Joseph, 49
Allston, William, 162n
Alps, 80-81
Alston, Joseph, 374n
Alston, William, 383
Amercements, 102n, 103, 116, 121, 124, 125, 155n, 184
American Revolution Society, 288n, 380
Ames, Fisher, 176, 178, 194, 196, 215, 218, 230, 261n, 288n, 353
Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 66, 82, 115, 135, 162, 175n, 306n, 332, 340
Anarchists, 281
Ancrum, William, 102
Ancrum, Lance, and Loocock, 101
Anderson, Colonel Robert, 258, 348, 351
Andersons, the, 371
Anglo-Dutch War (1664-1667), 2
Annapolis, Md., 141
Anouilh, Jean, 387
Appleby, George, 19, 22, 68, 98, 203n; see also Austin, Laurens, and Appleby
Architects, 234, 377n
Aristocracy, 272, 352, 382; Carolina, 24-35, 37, 58, 59, 75, 78, 107, 254, 255, 347, 351, 366, 371, 372, 386- 388, 391, 394, 396; see also Republic, aristocratic
Armed Neutrality, 314
Army: continental, 89, 168, 183, 199, 253, 254; federal (regular) (standing), 147, 168, 176, 261, 301, 318, 342, 344-346, 365, 366, 400
Articles of Confederation, 142, 195, 221, 222, 331
Ashley Ferry, 17
Assumption, 146, 193, 195-198, 202, 204-206, 236-238, 240, 254, 264- 266, 367
Atlantic community, 15, 273, 358, 373
Attainder, Bill of, 106
Attorney, District, 182
Attorney-General of South Carolina, 10, 37, 43, 46, 78, 113, 122, 139, 254
Augusta, Ga., 243
Auldjo, Mr., 108, 109
Austen, Jane, 93
Austerlitz, Battle of, 364
Austin, George, 10, 14, 18n, 19, 22, 65, 98n, 203
Austin and Laurens, 14, 19, 20
Austin, Laurens, and Appleby, 18
Austria, 325
Bache, Benjamin Franklin, 298
Backcountry, 1, 15, 36, 53, 56, 71n, 74, 129, 132, 134-136, 138, 140,

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