Studies in the Literary Backgrounds of English Radicalism: With Special Reference to the French Revolution

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INDEX
Aberdeen University, 155
Adair, Robert, 267, 300
Adams, Henry, 39
Adams, J. T., 82
Adams, John, 29n, 66, 72n, 73
Adams, J. Q., 74
Aeneid, 77-8
Aikin, John, 20, 144n, 250, 257
Aix la Chapelle, 47, 110
Algiers, 61, 80
Alger, J. G., 33n
Allen, B. S., 95n, 185n, 297n, 308n
Allen, Ira, 74n
Allen, Robert, 141
Altoona, 60
America, 27n, 28, 31, 35, 65, 66, 72, 73, 80n, 82, 134, 135, 144, 217
American Revolution, 76
Amsterdam, 66
Analytical Review, 120, 230
Annual Anthology, 115n, 138n
Annual Register, 52n
Annual Review, 20n, 68n, 98, 99
Anti- Jacobin, 12, 67, 208, 300, 304
Anti- Jacobin Review, 98, 99
Antwerp, 60
Aristotle, 41, 256
Arnot, John, 297n
Austria, 47
Bacon, Francis, 130, 185, 197, 259
Baldwin, Abraham, 39-40
Baldwin, A. C., 25
Barbauld, Mrs. A. L., 20, 128, 234
Barker, E. H., 268n, 274n, 283n
Barlow, Joel, 16, 23-82, 171, 187, 247, 249n. Works: Advice to the Privileged Orders, 23n, 25, 36, 39-47, 50, 51, 52n, 55, 56, 59, 68, 252; Canal, The, 63-5; Columbiad, 71, 75-82; Conspiracy of Kings, The, 36-39, 289; Notes for a History of the French Revolution, 61-2, 72; Letter Addressed to the People of Piedmont, 37n, 54, 55, 68; Letters from Paris to the United States, 67, 73; Letter to Henri Grégoire, 42n; Letter to the National Convention, 23n, 34n, 48-9, 50-1, 52n, 59, 68-9; Prospectus for a National Institution, 73-5; Second Warning, 73; Vision of Columbus, 29n, 35n, 62, 76, 78, 79
Barlow, Mrs. Joel, 35, 56
Barlow Papers, 26n, 29, 33n, 34n, 35n, 46, 47n, 48n, 53n, 65n, 70n, 74n, 77n
Barlow, S. L. M., 26n
Bastille, 7, 27, 33, 209, 239
Bath, 137, 141
Beaconsfield, 174
Beatty, Arthur, 203, 205n
Beddoes, Thomas, 20, 155
Belote, T. T.
Bentham, Jeremy, 5, 176, 267, 281, 311
Bethune, G. W., 129
Birmingham, 9, 10n, 263, 285, 286, 287
Blackstone, William, 264
Blake, William, 187
Blankenship, Russell, 24
Boaden, James, 110
Boas, George, 47n
Bombay, 181
Bonneville, Nicholas, 58
Boothby, Brooke, 18, 267
Boswell, James, 269, 273, 274
Botany Bay, 237, 298
Brand-Hollis, Thomas, 156
Brighton, 109
Brinton, Crane, 11n
Brissot, 27, 58
Bristol, 100, 117, 131, 135, 136, 139, 141, 144, 147, 149n
British Constitution, 186
British Museum, 23n
Brooks, Van Wyck, 281n
Brown, F. K., 86n, 96, 106, 182, 195n

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