INDEX
Addington, Henry, 1st Viscount Sidmouth ( 1757-1844), 122, 123, 126
Administrative Reform, 5, 103-8, 111
Anne, Queen ( 1665-1714), 57, 72, 121, 122
refusal of royal assent by, 27
creation of peers by, 65
Arbuthnot, Charles ( 1767-1850), 107
Ashburton, 1st Baron. See under Dunning
Ashley, Anthony, 1st Earl of Shaftesbury ( 1621-83), 13, 19, 22
Assassination plot ( 1696), 36
Aylesbury (or Ailesbury), 2nd Earl of. See under Bruce
Bank of England, 75
Bath, Earl of. See under Pulteney
Beaconsfield, 1st Earl of. See under Disraeli
Beckford, William ( 1709-70), 120
Bentinck, William Henry Cavendish, 3rd Duke of Portland ( 1738- 1809), 127, 128, 129, 132, 159
Blackstone, Sir William ( 1723-80), 69 n., 119 n.
on relation between members and constituents, 45
on statutes of Edward III, 46-7
on balance of constitution, 84
on influence, 87
Bolingbroke, 1st Viscount. See under St. John
Bond, Nathaniel ( 1754-1823), 83 n.
Breda, Declaration of ( 1660), 9
Brief Account of the Nullity of King Fames' Title, A, 29
Bromley, William (c. 1699-1737), 49
Brougham, Henry Peter, 1st Baron ( 1778-1866), 79
Bruce, Thomas, 2nd Earl of Aylesbury and 3rd Earl of Elgin (c. 1655-1741), 36 n.
Buckingham, 2nd Duke of. See under Villiers Buckingham, 1st Marquis of. See under Grenville
Burke, Edmund ( 1729-97), 84, 104, 158
on relation between members and constituents, 50
on dissolution, 80
Burnet, Gilbert ( 1643-1715), 15, 59
Cabinet, 76, 103, 110, 114, 118-29, 139, 145
Canning, George ( 1770-1827), 81, 103, 129, 132, 133
Carbery, 3rd Earl of. See under Vaughan
Carlisle, 3rd Earl of. See under Howard
Castlereagh, Viscount. See under Stewart
Cavalier Parliament ( 1661-79), 34, 51 and long parliaments, 18, 19-21, 23
Cavendish, William, 4th Earl of Devonshire ( 1640-1707), 36 n.
Cecil, James, 3rd Earl of Salisbury ( 1648-83),19
Chamberlayne, Edward ( 1616-1703), and John ( 1666-1723):
on relation between members and constituents, 43-4, 45
on privy council and cabinet, 117, 119
Chancellor of the Exchequer, office of, 96, 101, 116, 129
Charles I ( 1600-49), 9, 18, 25, 52
and enfranchisement of Newark, 11
and choice of advisers, 115
Charles II ( 1630-85), 3, 7, 9, 17, 18, 23, 51
enfranchisement of Newark by, 11-13
and borough charters, 14-15, 21 65
and dissolution, 21, 24, 25, 26
and policy of Exclusion, 15, 24- 25

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