Rights of Man, Common Sense, and Other Political Writings

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INDEX
Adams, Johnxxvii
Adams, John Quincyix
Amen Corner342
America176, 217-18, 233-4, 248-9, 263, 267, 272-3, 288-9; Act of Confederation ( 1781) 82, 241; American Revolution vii, ix-x, xxi, xxiv, 97, 146, 169, 193, 210, 210-12, 215-18, 316, 350, 387; Continental Charter 33, 43; Continental Conference, proposal for 33, 43-4; Continental Congress vii, 32, 240-1; Constitution(s) xviii- xix, 238-44, 255, 260-1; Declaration of Independence xxv, 146, 238; exceptionalism xv, 4, 73; Federal constitution of 1787242-3, 406; finances 36-7, 74, 288-9, 353-4; President 243-4, 257-8, 289; principles of government 233- 7; necessity of Union 50-1, 74- 7; relations with Britain 287-8; relations with France74, 86-7, 146, 287-8; see Paine: Common Sense, American Crisis; taxation
American Indians 35, 47, 70, 170, 416-17
André, John273
Antiquarian Society342
Archimedes210
aristocracy ix, xxi, 8, 131, 133, 157-9, 181, 193, 232, 277-81, 297, 307, 317, 388, 396, 401-2; see also hereditary government; titles
Aristotle401
army 302, 321
Arnold, Benedict273
Artois, Charles Philippe, comte d' 103, 149, 151, 158-9
Athens229, 233
Auckland, Eden, William, first baron 186
Babeauf, François-Noel412-13
Bailly, Jean Sylvain114-15
balance of trade 267-8; see commerce
balanced constitution xvii, 8-10; see mixed government
barbarism 39, 262-2; see civilization
Barclay, Robert56
Bastille 95, 98, 101-3, 105-7, 108, 160, 166; of a word 132
Bath 126
Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de130
Bertier de Sauvigny, Louis- Benigne-François de108-9
Bible xv, 11-14, 117-18, 128, 341-2, 418; Pentateuch 118; Genesis 118, 137, 418; Leviticus 130; Numbers 130; Deuteronomy 128, 130; Judges 8, 12, 279; Samuel 11, 12, 13, 14, 26, 19, 212, 340, 342; Kings 343; Nehemiah 128; Job 137; Psalms 128; Proverbs 56, 377; Isaiah 279; Ezekiel 3, 15; Daniel 128; Matthew 12, 57; Mark 12, 51; Luke 12, 57, 117; Acts 360; Corinthians 131; Philemon 70
Bill of Rights (see Parliament, Acts)
Birmingham, poor rates 280, 292
Bolingbroke, Henry St John338, 340, 344
Bonaparte, Napoleonvii
Bonneville, Nicolasxiv-xv
Boston25
Bremen287, 477
Brienne, Étienne-Charles Lomiénie de87, 150

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