Economic Annals of the Nineteenth Century

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SUBJECT INDEX.
Addington's Ministry, 46.
Agricultural distress in 1815, 445, 489; in 1816, 512; debates, 512; Western's speech, 515; debates on proposal for a Committee, 1820, 731; report of Committee, 734 no improvement in 1820.
Agriculture, annual phenomena, 24, 47, 56, 71, 92, 96, 107, 125, 148, 182, 198, 225, 275, 311, 332, 334, 364, 396, 408, 409, 435, 445, 489, 512, 565, 652, 692, 741.
Agriculture, in 1800, 23; slow growth, 24; in Scotland, 25, 201; in 1810, 311; panic in 1814408; further protection demanded in 1816, 518; and refused, 525; same demand in 1819 deprecated by government, 672; same demand in 1820, 730; explanations of the demand, 730, 731.
Algiers, bombardment of, 461.
Alliance of Europe in 1813, 352.
Allies invade France, 356, 390; enter Paris, 390.
Alsace and Lorraine, 435.
America, increase of shipping, 120, 160, 495; the "broken voyage," 120; Non-importation Act of 1806, 120; attitude towards Orders and Decrees, 159; Non-importation Act again enforced in 1807, 160; the Embargo, 160; proposal to suspend Embargo, 181; Madison becomes president, 192; Embargo removed, 193; Non-intercourse Act, 193; partiality to France, 181, 192, 326, 329; manufactures in 1812, 325; and the Orders, 1812, 324; Brougham on, 325; declares war, 326; what was the war about? 327; "a war of passion," 328; its progress in 1813, 356; end of the war, 393; first protective tariff, 494; prosperity of, in 1817, 567.
Annual parliaments, 547, 549.
Annuities (National Debt), 168.
Anonymous Partnerships, 644.
Apprentices, multiplication of, 108; limitation of, 108; discussion of limitation, 150; Sheridan's Bill, 150.
Apprenticeship Laws, 399; Onslow's Repeal Bill, 399; discussion of, 400; arguments for and against, 401.
Apprenticeship System, for and against, 368, 369.
Assessed Taxes, 36, 53, 115, 168, 343; proposed increase in 1815, 425.
Assignats, Grenville's vindication of British government, 301.
Assize of Bread abolished, 440.
Austerlitz, 104.
Austria, crushed at Austerlitz, 104; declares war with England, 147; a second time crushed, 194; declares war against Napoleon, 354.
Austrian loan of 1796, 145.
Ayrshire before 1800, 26.
Bachelors, taxation of, 107, 425.
Badajoz, taking of, 329.
Balance of Power, 356.
Balance of Trade, 246.
Bank of England, Grenfell's attack on, 471; inordinate profits of, 419, 433, 471; arrangements with, in 1816, 476, 480; unclaimed dividends
taken by government, 480; Grenfell's second attack, 562; Hamilton on, 562; alien proprietors, 563; increase of issues, in 1817, 616 arrangement with, in 1819, 682.
Bank of England, practice in regulation
of issues. (See Bullion Committee.)
Bank of Ireland, charter renewed, 173.
Bank Restriction of 1797, 29; continued, 1802, 54; continued, 1803, 64; thus far no depreciation, 64; continued, 1816, 477; continued, 1818, 617; debates on, 614. (See also Cash Payments.)
Banks, private, 30, 252, 302, 619, 625.
Bankruptcy Laws, Committee appointed, 575. (See also Insolvent Debtors Bill.)

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