The Life and Death of Louis XVI

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INDEX
Absolutism, 16. 16n, 47, 62, 69-70, 71, 72, 73. 74, 128, 132, 139, 143, 144, 148, 150, 167, 238, 249
Adelaide, Mme., aunt of Louis XVI. 10, 35, 35n, 55, 160, 210
Aiguillon, Armand Vignerod, duc de, 48
Aix, 70n
Albouys, deputy from Lot, 317
Alvensleben, Baron Philip von, 145-47
America. See United States of America.
American Revolution. 105-16, 139, 181, 241, 297n
Amsterdam. 119
Andouin, deputy from Seine-et-Oise, 317
Andouins, Captain d', 225
André. Antoine d', 232
Anthoine, deputy from Moselle, 317
Aranda. Don Pedro Pablo, Spanish ambassador. 34n, 97n. 101n.
Ardennes, 264, 317
d'Argenson. Antoine René. marquis de, 3, 5-6
Aristocracy, 69, 137, 149-50, 154n, 158-59. 162-63, 169, 195, 202-03. 205n, 216, 256, 290, 319
Armoire de fer, 254, 299-300
Arras. 301
Artigoyte, deputy from Loire, 317
Artois, Count of, 9. 10, 11, 21, 25n. 31, 37, 38n, 60, 102, 104, 119-20, 141, 164, 171, 172, 179, 180, 184-85, 201, 206, 234, 245, 247-48, 305, 340
Austria, 27, 28, 29, 35, 51, 52, 62, 63, 63n. 97, 98, 122, 215, 217, 218, 234, 253, 254-56, 258, 265
Bailly, J. Sylvain, 155, 166-67, 169, 181, 182, 182n, 183, 192, 214, 233, 317
Ballaud, deputy from Vosges, 317
Barbier, Edmond Jean François, 13
Barentin, Charles Louis François de, 161, 171
Barnave, Joseph, 167, 181, 206n, 228- 30, 236-41
Barras, Paul, 290
Barrot, deputy from Lozère, 317
Bassenge, jeweler, 124
Bastille, 24, 86, 116, 149, 157, 165, 179, 179n, 185, 201, 243, 284, 286, 361
Batz, Jean, baron de, 333
Baudin, deputy from Ardennes, 317
Bayle, deputy from Bouches-du- Rhône, 317
Beauharnais, General Alexandre de, 222
Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de, 107-09, 110
Beaupré, Marquis de, 248n
Beauvais, Bishop Jean Baptiste de, 43
Belgium, 182, 217, 218, 256
Berne, 72
Berry, Duke of. See Louis XVI.
Berthier, Père, 11, 13
Besancon, 70n
Billaud-Varenne, Jean Nicolas, 322
Biron, Marshal Armand Louis de Gontaut, 76, 77, 77n, 78
Blois, 263
Boehmer, jeweler, 124-25
Bordeaux, 70n, 142, 263, 318
Bossuet, Bishop Jacques Bénigne, 21

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