The Transformation of European Politics, 1763-1848

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INDEX
Aachen, Conference of ( 1818) 592-3, 598-9, 631
Aargau, Swiss canton of 492, 494, 514
Abdul-Mejid, Ottoman Sultan737, 741, 744, 751
Abercromby, Sir Ralph, British general 159, 163
Aberdeen, George Gordon, 4th Earl of, British diplomat and minister 475, 485, 490-1, 655-6, 664, 674, 676, 680, 725, 756-74, 790-1, 793, 798
Åbo, Convention of ( 1812) 449, 454
Act of Mediation ( Switzerland) 232-3
Adair, Sir Robert, British diplomat 297, 360
Adams, John Quincy, American diplomat 438, 634
Addington, Henry, British prime minister 226-8, 242-4, 257
Adrianople, Peace of ( 1829) 658-60, 756
Afghanistan756-61
Aiguillon, Duc d', French foreign minister 45
Akkerman, Convention of ( 1826) 647-8, 654
Albert, Prince, British Prince-Consort770, 781, 790
Alexander I, Tsar of Russia ( 1801-25) 220-3, 235-7, 241, 246-50, 257, 264, 272, 277, 285-6, 307, 320-2, 328-9, 332-4, 336-7, 357-8, 365, 368, 406, 418-25, 428-30, 447-50, 462, 468, 478, 488, 492-5, 497-500, 502-4, 506-9, 513-14, 524-5, 531-7, 551, 556-9, 588-9, 608-12, 616-21, 623-4, 637-8, 641-4, 665, 705
Algiers, French occupation of 668-9, 709-10, 752, 768
Ali Pasha of Janina, Balkan chieftain182, 615-17
Alliance (of 3 Jan. 1815) 535
Alopeus, Daniel, Russian dipomat454
Alopeus, Maksim, Russian diplomat97, 270, 279, 334, 351
Alsace. question of French--German rights in 72, 87-8
Alsace-Lorraine, territorial claims and aims on 106, 120, 129, 132-3, 136, 508-9, 540, 556, 704, 749
Alvensleben, Count Philipp Karl, Prussian statesman156
American Revolution, see United States of America
Amiens, Peace of ( 1802) 226-30, 239, 242-4
Ancillon, Johann, Prussian diplomat453, 497, 603, 702
Ancona, papal port of 205, 696-7
Andréossy, General Count Antoine- François, French officer and diplomat 314-15
Anglo-Dutch War ( 1780-1) 40
Anne, Grand Duchess ( Russia) 406, 561, 589
Ansbach and Bayreuth, Margravates of 27, 29, 108-9, 279, 283
Anselme, General Jacques d', French officer 111
Antwerp:
conference at ( 1793) 128
dispute over ( 1830-2) 689-90
Aranjuez, revolt of ( 1808) 341, 351
Armed Neutrality, Leagues of25, 38, 46, 218-21
Arndt, Ernst Moritz, German poet and nationalist454, 464, 540
Artois, Count of, see Charles X, King of France
Aspern, Battle of ( 1809) 366, 369
Auckland, George Eden, Earl of, Governor- General of India758-61
Auckland, William Eden, 1st Baron, British diplomat81, 99, 133
Austerlitz, Battle of ( 1805) 277, 282, 284
Austria, general:
internal developments 33-4, 37-8, 61-2, 64-7, 269, 351-2, 388, 460, 606, 714-15, 776-7, 779
place and role in international system 33-5, 41-2, 109-10, 132-3, 153-6, 208-9, 273-4, 287, 361-2, 459-62, 481-3, 503-4, 525-7, 541-2, 661, 796-7
Austria, foreign policy of, towards:

France and the Low Countries 15, 32, 42-3, 87-91, 103-5, 114, 127-33, 160-3, 165-72, 182-3, 189-91, 208, 210-12, 215, 251-2, 267-9, 272-3, 281-2, 315-16, 351-5, 366-7, 370, 405-8, 426, 465-71, 479, 489, 560,

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