Charles James Fox: a Man for the People

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Index
Abingdon, Lord, quoted, 280-1
Abbot, Charles, 423; notes F's loss of support, 316; 'the debaters . . . rarely take any notes', 344; F's speech a mix of eloquence and mischief, 393
Adair, Sir Robert, 275, 406-7, 419n, 435-6
Adam, William, 160, 435; duel with F, 99-102; on Unitarian Church, 282
Adams, John, 152; treaty negotiations, 145, 153, 175, 175n; repressive measures during his administration, 306
Addington, Henry (later Viscount Sidmouth), 374, 375, 388, 398; chosen Speaker, 323; Canning's doggerel, 323; resigns, 400; Lord Privy Seal, 412
Addison, Joseph, 24
Additional Force Bill, 402
Alien Bill, 294-6, 320
Allen, Dr John, 24, 24n, 25n
Annual Register, 115; regrets secession of men of talent, 140; on Copenhagen House meeting, 315
Anticipation, 112
Aranda, Count de, negotiates treaty, 176
Arden, Pepper, 205
Armed Neutrality, 120, 142; 'armed neutrality', parliamentary faction during regency crisis, 239-40, 245, 247
Armistead, Mrs Elizabeth Bridget, 126, 155-6, 198, 223, 265, 268; letter from F on India Bill, 190; letter from F on Westminster election, 202-3; early days of relationship with F, 221-2; meets Gibbon, 251-2; marries F, 313, 313n, 314, 314n. See Fox, Mrs
Aristotle, Rhetoric, 16, 58, 77
Arnold, General, 285
Ashburton, Lord, 157. See Dunning, John
Association movement, 103-14
Atkinson, Richard, his role in defeating F's India Bill, 187
Bagehot, Walter, says F could not live without discussion, 445
Barnard, Dr Edward, 12, 16
Barré, Colonel Isaac, 26, 32, 74, 84, 196
Beaufoy, Henry, on repeal of Test and Corporation Acts, 252-3, 255-6
Beaumont, Sir George, quoted, 436
Beauties of Fox, North, and Burke, 195-6
Bedford, Duke of, 285, 305; death, 377-9
Belsham, William, 389
Benares charge, 304
Bessborough, Lady, people shocked by F's delayed announcement of his marriage, 382n
Blayney, Benjamin, 16
Bonaparte, Lucien, conversation with F, 384
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 314, 408-9; his overtures for peace, 361-2; greets F, 385-4; discusses Channel Tunnel, 385; assassin's plot detected, 416; praises F, 420

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