The Abolition of Feudalism: Peasants, Lords, and Legislators in the French Revolution

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INDEX
Abbeville (bailliage), 350-51
abbeys. Seemonasteries
Aberdam, Serge, 311, 486-87
abolition
of ecclesiastical payments, 141. See also exactions of church
of feudal regime, 13, 97, 455, 476; changing meanings of, 458, 460, 496-97, 582; demands for, 72-89, 141; France compared to other countries, 593-94. See alsofeudal: regime/rights; seigneurial regime
Academy of Besançon, 77n
action
in a grievance, 23
in insurrection data, 209
Ado, Anatoly, 91, 219, 224n, 228-29, 339
on antifeudal actions, 214
data on rural insurrection, 207-8
on indemnification, 90, 93-94
on land conflicts, 294
on subsistence conflicts, 247n, 291n, 294
on traditions of contestation, 219n, 413
on wage conflicts, 250
Agen (bailliage), 125, 160n
agendas in cahiers
of nobles, 29-35, 37, 39, 47-50, 55-64, 569-70
of parishes, 36-47, 55-64, 571-72
of Third Estate, 35-37, 39, 50-64, 570-71
agents of seigneur, 1
in discussions of night of August 4, 457-58
low peasant interest in, 53-54, 571-72, 574
as target of insurrection, 222, 228
Agoult, Jean-Antoine, comte d' (legislator), 431n, 448
agrarian law, 255, 482n, 485-86, 610
agriculture, demands about in cahiers, 176-78, 182-83
Agriculture Committees, 485
Agulhon, Maurice, 387
aides, 37, 100, 106n, 160, 161, 238
not reformable, 101-2
revolutionary legislation on, 349n
and seigneurial regime in cahiers, 159-60
as target of insurrection, 234
See alsoanti-tax events; General Farms/General Farmers; taxation, indirect
Aiguillon, Armand-Désiré Vignerot-Duplessis- Richelieu, duc d' (legislator), 95n, 440n, 445n, 457-58, 466, 535-36
and plans for night of August 4, 430
proposed indemnification rate, 598n
Aix (bailliage), 126-27, 358n, 601n
Aix (city), 241n
Alençon (bailliage), 51n, 119n
alienation of royal domain, 62n
alleux, 53, 60, 526
alliance of peasants and bourgeois, 513-15
Alps (region), 253, 254n, 395
origin of Federation movement, 421
wage conflict, 294
Alsace, 47, 116n, 451, 479n, 490
anti-Jewish events, 232
insurrections in, 158n, 232, 418, 425
ironworks in, 251
land conflicts in, 418
prerevolution in, 471
trajectory of revolt, 425
Amiens (bailliage), 128, 350-51
Amont, 9
anarchy, 52n, 201, 435, 438n, 450, 489-90, 521, 536, 571n
Angers
city, 84n
region around, 350, 424, 493n
Anhalt-Dessau-Köthen, 592
Anjou, 346
Annonay (bailliage), 125, 568
anti-authority events, 219, 240-41, 242, 274-75. See alsoinsurrection(s)

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