The Age of the Democratic Revolution: A Political History of Europe and America, 1760-1800: The Challenge

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INDEX
Abingdon, Earl of, 148n., 180
Act of Mediation ( Geneva, 1738), 127-28, 130, 133, 135
Act of Union ( Belgium, 1789), 352
Act of Union ( Poland, 1789), 425
Act of Union and Security ( Sweden, 1789), 400, 512-13
Adams, John, 147, 161, 189; on America, 48, 160, 192-93; on Belgian Revolution, 322; on British Constitution, 144, 159, 178-79; on Dutch Revolution, 322, 329; on French Revolution, 200, 498; In Holland, 251-52; and Mably, 260-70; on Massachusetts Government Act, 177; on Massachusetts Constitution, 221-27; on Poland, 412, 415, 434n.; on political theory, 58-59, 267-68, 271-76
Adams, John Quincy, 187-89
Age of Freedom ( Holland), 39
Aiguillon, Duc d', 93
Alfieri, Vittorio, 238, 506
Alien Act of 1798, 19
Alost, 346
Alvarez, Don Francisco, 241-42
America, British, 48-51, 156-57, 244
America, Spanish, 51
American Revolution, 185-282
Amsterdam, 8, 17, 39, 327-28, 332, 338-39, 348
Anglican Church, 193, 317-20
Antwerp, 342-43
Arenberg, Duke of, 349
Argenson, Marquis d', 14, 15, 84, 88
Arras, 471-72
Artois, Count of, 468, 484
Assembly of the Clergy ( 1765), 92; ( 1788), 463-64
Addembly of Notables, 455-56, 465
Assembly of Patriot Regents, 335-36
Aulard, Alphonse, 447
Auvergne, 461
Auxerre, 452
Bancroft, George, 186
Barnave, 484
Basel, 35-36, 362-63
Beard, Charles, 229-30, 234
Beaumarchais, 249
Beccaria, 105-06
Belgium, 15, 103, 264-65, 341-57, 514-15
Bentham, 27
Bergasse, 261
Bern, 35
Bernard, Governor, 153, 162, 176
Bertin, 90, 92
Besançon, 82
Black Code, see Edict of Pacification ( Geneva, 1782)
Blackstone, Sir William, 44-45, 59, 63-64, 142, 168, 294
Bland, Richard, 159
Bohemia, 3-32, 70, 85, 103-04; Estates of, 382, 387-88, 390, 394-95, 396
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 214
Bonnet, Charles, 111
Bonstetten, 363
Boston, 161, 170, 174
Boston Port Act, 174
Bourdon, L.G., 255, 507
Bourrit, 360
Brabant, 356; Estates of, 343, 347, 349, 352, 355
Branicki, 423, 434
Brissot, 16, 260-63, 472
Bristol, 40
Brittany, 27, 42, 93, 97, 462-63, 485
Broilin, Per Erik, 99n.
Brown, Robert, 226n., 229-30
Bruges, 344
Brunot, Ferdinand, 16
Brunswick, Duke of, 338
Brussels, 343, 347
Budapest, 245
Burgoyne, General, 305
Burke, Aedanus, 20, 270
Burke, Edmund, on America, 27, 178, 264n., 369-70; on arsitocracy, 54, 171-73; connections with the peerage, 149; and conservatism, 308-17; on Dutch Revolution, 338- 39; on English Constitution, 59, 370; on French Revolution, 442, 447; on Ireland, 27, 48, 166, 293; on Parliament, 164, 284, 307; and Parliamentary Reform, 301, 306; on Poland, 431-32; on revolutions, 5; on Stamp Act, 163
Burlamaqui, 111
Bute, Earl of, 151
Butterfield, Herbert, 294
Calas, Jean, 132
Calonne, 454-56
Calvin, 112
Canada Act, 176, 515-16
Capellen tot de Pol, J. D. Van der, 251, 325- 26, 329-31, 332
Cap Party, 100-02
Carlyle, Thomas, 422
Cartwright, Major John, 170, 179, 246
Castiglioni, 259
Catherine II, 30-31, 402-04, 434
Catholics, 38, 48, 376-77
Chapponière, P., 116n., 139n.
Charlemont, Earl of, 291
Charter of Nobility ( Russia, 1785), 31, 403-04 508-09
Chastellux, Marquis de, 260
Chavanne de la Giradière, 255, 506
Chénier, M. J., 238, 506
Choiseul, Duc de, 134, 139, 248
Cisalpine Republic, 6, 18
Cisrhenane Republic, 6
Clark, George Rogers, 6

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