The Journal of Elizabeth Lady Holland: (1791-1811) - Vol. 2

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INDEX
(The figures in italics refer to the notes only)
ABBOT, CHARLES, Speaker (afterwards Lord Colchester), and Public Debtors Bill, ii. 89, 90, 94, 95
Abercorn, John James, 1st Marquess of, i. 201, 202, 257; ii. 56, 67, 68, 69, 70
Aboukir, battle of, ii. 31
Adair, Sir Robert, i. 263; ii. 270, 274
Adam, William, M.P., Attorney- General to Prince of Wales, ii. 229, 273, 274, 283, 284
Adderley, Mr., i. 235, 237, 243, 245, 252, 253, 254, 265, 266, 269, 271, 273, 274, 276, 279
Addington's Administration, ii. 280
Addington, Henry (Viscount Sidmouth), ii. 132, 147, 202, 210, 211; and Catholic Emancipation Bill, ii. 213-19, 221, 223
Addison, Joseph, ii. 64-5
Affleck, Sir Gilbert, i. 147; ii. 104
Alfieri, Vittorio, i. 48, 56, 140, 145
Ali Pacha, ii. 173
Allen, Dr. John, ii. 280
Amelia, Princess, her death, ii. 265, 266
American Treaty, the, ii. 194
Amherst, William Pitt (afterwards Earl Amherst), i. 129, 264; ii. 29, 264
Amiens, Treaty of, ii. 195, 237
Andover, Viscount, his death, ii. 43
Annual Register, the, i. 226, 237; ii. 30, 41, 106, 126, 163, 175, 178
Anti-Jacobin, the, i. 7, 205, 243; ii. 42
Apodaca, Admiral, ii. 245, 246
Armstead, Mrs., see Mrs. C. J. Fox
Assessed Taxes, i. 164, 165, 169, 170
Association of the Friends of the People, i. 14, 15, 101, 102
Aston, Col. Harvey, i. 261
Auckland, Lord, i. 101, 236; ii. 71, 77, 96, 173-4, 227; and the Divorce Bill, ii. 77, 96
Auerstadt, battle of, ii. 187
Augustus, Prince Frederick, Duke of Sussex, i. 8, 35, 47; ii. 82, 84
Austerlitz, battle of, ii. 161
BAIA, i. 23-4
Balbi, Comtesse de, i. 7, 86
Bathurst, Rt. Hon. Charles Bragge, ii. 222, 223
Beauchamp, Lady (afterwards Lady Hertford. q.v.), i. 96
Beauclerk, Charles George, i. 124, 233, 234, 235, 244; his disposition, i. 121, 122, 256; ii. 34, 80
Beauclerk, Mrs., i. 232, 233; ii. 34, 50, 80; character, i. 234, 235, 256; marriage, i. 244
Bedford, Francis Russell, 5th Duke of, i. 98; ii. 74, 87; his manner and qualities, i. 270; on the Divorce Bill, ii. 78-9; builds Russell Square, ii. 106 and note; his death, ii. 149
Bedford, John Russell, 6th Duke of, in Ireland, ii. 199, 200, 225
Belgrave, Robert Grosvenor, Viscount (afterwards 1st Marquess of Westminster), and Sunday newspapers, i. 258
Belsham, William, his History of Great Britain, ii. 236, 244-5

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  • Title Page vii
  • LIST OF PLATES TO VOLUME II. ix
  • APPENDICES 294
  • Index 307
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