The Early History of Charles James Fox

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INDEX.
[In the following Index the abbreviations f and ff mean "following pages," and n or nn that the reference is to the foot-notes as well as to the pages indicated.]
ALB
ALBEMARLE, Lord, "Memoirs of Rockingham," 200n, 356n; portrait of Sir James Lowther, 356n.
Almack, 75n, 366, 418n, 419, 424, 426, 450f.
Almon, John, on Charles Fox, 324.
American colonies, some of the grievances of, 96f; the Stamp Act, 117; breach with England, 132; coercive measures determined on, 133; Wedderburn's denunciation of the wrongs of, 332.
Anglo-Indians, purchase of boroughs by, in 1768, 125f.
Apollonius Rhodius, Charles Fox on, 261n.
Articles, Anglican, agitation against subscription to, 373ff.
Artois, Comte d', 275.
Askew, Mr., delivers the Middlesex petition to the king, 185n.
Augusta, Princess-dowager, 29, 104f, 145, 257n, 404.
Aylesbury, the representation of, purchased by Wilkes, 141.
BACON, Lord, 99, 100n.
Bagot, Sir W., 365, 368.
Barnard, Dr., his influence on Charles Fox, 43ff.
Barré, Colonel, 121, 219, 299, 308f, 321, 327; deprived of his employments by the king, 111; letter to Lord Chatham, 112n; on legal members of the Commons, 329; his denunciation of the Commons, 338, 338n; attack on Sir Fletcher Norton, 402; on Horne's letter in the Public Advertiser, 447.
Barrington, Lord, moves the expulsion of Wilkes from the House of Commons. 159.
BRI
Bath as a gambling resort, 77n.
Bathurst, Lord, letter to Lady Suffolk, 433f.
Beckford, Lord Mayor, 169, 224; his remonstrance with the king, 241f, 249; Lord Holland's doubts about his prospects in a future life, ib.; his denunciation of Lord Holland, 248f.
Bedchamber. See Household.
Bedford, Duke of, signs preliminaries of peace with France, 24f; his followers, 29, 79, 122, 128f, 131f, 134f, 194ff, 207f, 255, 391, 392n; conference with Lord Rockingham, 122n, 123; his unpopularity, 187n; Junius's slanders on, ib.; hunted from West of England, 188; verses on, 188n; letter to, from Lord Holland, 253f.
Berri, Due de, 275.
Betting in the last century, 414ff. See Brooks's; Gambling.
Blackburne, Archdeacon, 374n, 377.
Blackstone, Dr., speech on Wilkes, 160; on the Middlesex election petition, 172; his own "Commentaries" cited against him, ib., 173.
Bloomfield, Robert, 210.
Bloomsbury gang. See Bedford, Duke of.
Bolingbroke, Lord, 73n, 80, 417.
Boswell, J., 152n, 332n; his work on Corsica, 133f, 134n; Lord Lonsdale's persecution of, 357f; on Charles Fox at the Literary Club, 437f.
Bottetort, Lord, 109.
Brentford. See Middlesex election.
Bribery, electoral and parliamentary, 90ff, 93ff, 97f, 111f, 124f, 212f, 216f, 219f, 331, 352. See Shoreham, New; Fox, Henry.
Bright, Mr. John, on truth in morals and statesmanship, 115n; his speech on the Irish Church Bill, 382.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Chapter I 1
  • Chapter II - 1749-1768 35
  • Chapter III 61
  • Chapter IV 102
  • Chapter V - 1768-1769 138
  • Chapter VI - 1770 193
  • Chapter VII 245
  • Chapter VIII - 1770-1771 289
  • Chapter IX - 1771-1772 348
  • Chapter X - 1772-1774 390
  • Index 453
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