The British Armed Nation, 1793-1815

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Index
Abbot, Charles200
Abercromby, Sir Ralph46, 54 n., 55, 56, 150, 154, 161, 178
Aberdeen140, 142
Aberdeenshire 136, 139, 141
Addington, Henry36, 66-7, 75, 77, 82, 115, 166-7, 185-6, 194, 196, 198, 200-1, 206
levée en masse ( 1803) 70, 80-1
Additional Force ( 1804-6) 7, 115-16, 121, 171, 178
American War 10, 19-20, 30-1, 106, 121, 131, 145, 153
Amherst, Lord33, 147
ancien régime2, 3, 7, 13, 94, 98, 209, 245
Angerstein, J. J.218
Anstruther, Col. Robert33
Anti-Jacobin Review214
Antwerp39
Argyll 141, 143
Argyll, Duke of 35, 134, 135
Arklow 171
armed nation 1-2, 12-13, 19-23, 28, 37, 59-65, 80, 93-4, 96, 125, 168, 182, 185, 188, 208, 248-50, 259, 262-3
armed peasantry 85, 193
armed population, fear of 182-3, 185-6, 195-6
army 55, 90
medals 222
national composition of 126-8, 146-7, 154
officers 132, 142, 225-32, 256-7
popular attitudes to 21-3, 28, 100, 111, 119-20, 234, 254-5
recruitment 21, 28, 32, 81, 96, 100, 109-19, 121-2, 129-32, 135-7, 148, 154, 170, 260
soldiers 110-11, 120, 124-5, 184, 190-1
strength 5, 32, 41, 91, 95, 112, 224, 246-7
see also artillery; infantry; regiments
Army of Reserve ( 1803-4) 82-3, 86, 98, 101, 103, 108, 114-16, 122, 124-5, 148, 171, 176, 178
artillery 194-5
Athlone 172, 199
Atholl, Duke of 135, 144
Austria16, 32, 95, 96, 247
Ayr 139
Baillie, John, col. of fencibles 136
Banffshire 140
Bantry Bay 41, 52-3, 58, 68, 161
barracks 58, 124, 155-6, 184, 189, 204, 258
Bartlett, James, Banffshire volunteers 142
Bath 189
Bath, Order of the 222-3
Belfast132, 196
Belgium39, 247-8
Bell, Benjamin96
Berkshire 7
Birmingham25, 137, 238-40
Boer War 258
Brackenbury, William, Ely volunteers 263
Bradford195
Breadalbane, Earl of 131-2, 134-5
Brest52
Bristol132
Britain:
mobilization figures 95
population 99-100
special conditions for defence 91, 96
Brodie, Alexander135-6
Bruce, Robert, King of Scotland 151, 256
Buccleuch, Duke of 139-40, 233
Buckingham, Marquis of 75
Burke, Edmund19
Bury St Edmunds 241
Caithness 140, 143
Cambridge, peace festival ( 1814) 242
Cambridge, Duke of 254
Cambridgeshire 50, 234
Camden, Earl 160, 162
Cameron, Alan (79th regt.) 135, 147
Camperdown 215
Canada155
Canning, George202, 221
Canterbury204
Caribbean 60, 69, 114
Carlyle, Alexander19
Cartwright, Major John217, 231, 251
Castlebar 61

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Maps ix
  • Abbreviations x
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Addition of Mass 16
  • 2 - The French Encirclement 38
  • 3 - The Rise and Fall of the Volunteers 66
  • 4 - The Manpower Ceiling 95
  • 5 - Scotland's Fame 126
  • 6 - Ireland's Fate 153
  • 7 - The Problem of Order 182
  • 8 - Armed Nationalism 209
  • 9 - The Legacy of the Armed Nation 246
  • Bibliography 264
  • Index 281
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