A Commentary on Macaulay's History of England

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INDEX
Abingdon. See Bertie
Acton, John Emerich Edward Dalberg, Lord: on Macaulay's History, 3-4
Adda, Ferdinand, Count of, 63
Addison, Joseph, 108-9, 125
Agriculture, 121-3
Ambleteuse, 303
American colonies, 124
Andros, Sir Edmund, 238-9
Anne, Princess: quarrels with Mary, 329-32; 106-7, 266, 298-9, 314
Apsley, Francis (Lady Bathurst), 312-3
Argyle. See Campbell Army, the: aristocratic volunteers in, 92-3; account of, 142-61
Army, the Irish, 212-6
Arnold, Matthew, 33-4
Arnold, Thomas, 32
Attainder, Act of, 211
Austria, 245-8
Avaux, Jean Antoine de Mesmes, Count of, 60-1, 216-7
Babington, Churchill, 130
Bagehot, Walter, 54-5
Bagwell, Richard, 209
Ballads, 98-104
Bank of England, the, 128-9
Bantry Bay, battle of, 174
Barbados, 287
Barillon d'Amoncourt, Paul, 57, 60
Beachy Head, battle of, 173-6, 321
Bellasis, John, Lord, 289-90
Bentinck, William, Earl of Portland, 77, 336-7
Bernardi, John, 67
Bertie, James, Earl of Abingdon, 285
Bloody Assizes, the, 285-8
Bonnell, James, 230
Bonnet, Frederick, 65
Bonrepaux, Frangois d'Usson, Marquis of, 57, 60
Booth, Henry, Lord Delamere, 283, 288-9
Boroughs, 291-3
Boston, 238-9
Boyne, battle of the, 223-5
Brest, expedition against, 267-8
Bridge, Sir Cyprian, 176
Brougham, Henry, 36
Brown, John, 264-5
Brown, Peter Hume, 183, 185-6
Brown, Tom, 90-1
Browning, Micaiah, 219-20
Bruce, Thomas, Earl of Ailesbury, 126, 221-2, 281-2, 288-90, 292, 297, 300-3, 326
Buccleuch MSS., 181
Buchan, Thomas, 196-7
Burchett, Josiah, 165, 181
Burke, Edmund, 129
Burnet, Gilbert: History of My Own Time, 67-70; early version of History, 69-70; on enemies of the Church, 131; on gentry, 134; compared with Carstairs, 199; characters of Mary, 307-9; characters of William, 334-5; On William's threat to resign, 352-3, 359; 139, 142, 154-5, 194, 203-4, 226, 306, 311, 324
Burton, John Hill, 183, 204
Bury, John Bagnall, 29

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