Thomas Paine, Prophet and Martyr of Democracy

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Index
Acton, Lord, 119
Adams, Abigail, 74, 89, 153
Adams, John, 28, 50, 70, 74, 76, 77, 79, 80, 81, 85, 86, 88, 91, 92, 137, 153, 166, 219, 327, 346, 352, 377
Adams, Samuel, 28, 46, 48, 51, 54, 73, 77, 78, 80, 81, 87, 88, 91, 92, 107, 349, 354, 377, 380, 389
Addams, Jane, 61
Addison's Hymn, 20
Age of Reason, The, 307, 309, 354, 356, 379, 401
Agrarian Justice, 360
Albemarle, Lord, 59
American vessels captured, 329, 330
Americans in Paris petition, 337
Arnold, Benedict, 98, 99, 160
Austrian War, 29
Autun, Bishop of, 290
Bache, B. F., 23
Bank of England, 367
Bank of North America, 185, 222
Banks, Sir Joseph, 229
Bastille, 254, 270, 273, 292
Beaumarchais, M., 146, 162, 193
Barlow, Joel, 313, 330
Barre, Colonel, 60
Blake, William, 43, 270, 275
Bonneville, Nicholas, 370, 384, 393
-----, Madame, 385, 393, 396
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 4, 268, 368, 369, 370, 381
Bridge, 226, 227, 228, 238, 372, 380
Brissot, 277, 332
Brunswick, Duke of, 272, 302
Burgoyne, General, 28, 95, 166, 172
Burke, Edmund, 27, 34, 229, 237, 241, 278, 282
Carlile, Richard, 271, 401
----, Mary Ann, 402
Carlyle, Thomas, 3
Chalmers, George (Oldys), 6, 11, 367
Charles I., 65, 255
Chatham, Earl of, 109
Cheetham, James, 75, 395, 396
Civil Liberties, 224
Civilization, 35, 166, 168, 361
Clinton, Vice President, 387
Cobbett, William, 77, 398, 399, 400
Common Sense, 63, 70, 71, 73, 74, 79, 80, 121, 210, 225, 228, 262, 377
Condorcet, 277, 278
Conway, Moncure, 110, 136, 154, 170
Cornwallis, Lord, 164, 195, 220
Counterfeit money, 9
Crisis, 100, 104, 113, 123, 168, 179, 204
Cruikshank, 9
Danton, 284, 324
Dalrymple, Sir John, 71
Dartmouth, Lord, 28
D'Artois, Comte, 254, 293
De Brienne, Cardinal, 229
De Staël, Madame, 290
De Tocqueville, 56
Deane, Silas, 145, 160, 193, 198, 200
Declaration of Independence, 4, 5, 40, 77, 88, 92, 131, 209, 221, 236, 375
Dickinson, John, 83, 84, 85, 89, 163, 213, 334
Dissertations on Government, 222
Dublin Merchants Memorial, 59, 60
Dunmore, Lord, 54, 172
Dutch War, 230, 231
Effingham, Lord, 59, 60
English Bishops, 56
Erskine, Thomas, 355, 356
Federalist trinity, 377
Federal Union, 68
Feminist pamphlet, 43
Fitzgerald, Lord Edward, 277, 279, 370
Flahaut, Madame, 289, 290
Forts Mifflin and Mercer, 110, 111
Fox, Charles, 261, 268, 367
----, George, 129, 138
Franklin, Benjamin, 21, 22, 23, 34, 44, 50, 70, 80, 82, 159, 222, 225, 240, 318, 372
French aid, 145, 146, 167, 193, 200

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