The Federal Republic in Spain: Pi Y Margall and the Federal Republican Movement, 1868-74

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INDEX
Abolicionista, El, 85 n.
Acosta, J., General ( 1819-87), 179 and note, 188, 190. agrarian problem, 21-22, 29, 106, 107, 200, 206, 247, 248; see also Church and common lands.
Albarracín, S., 214 n.
Albors, A., 214.
Alcázar San Juan, 119.
Alcolea, battle of ( 1868), 47.
Alcoy, social disturbances at, 213-14; also166, 215, 217, 219, 227, 231, 232, 257.
Alerini, 155 n.
Algeciras, 223.
Alicante, 46 n., 53, 229.
Alliance of Social Democracy, 158, 176; see also International.
Almansa, 220, 223.
Almeria, 229.
Almirall, V. ( 1840-1904), leader of Barcelona Federals, 68-69, 70, 72; views on clubs, 95; and El Estado catalán, 99, 114, 184; withdraws to Barcelona, 203; and Catalan nationalism, 252-3; also101, 111, 183, 256 n.
Alora, 61.
Alpem, Carlist victory at ( 1873), 213.
Alphonsism, -ists, leadership of, 145, 233; returns at elections, 148 n., 163 n., 191 n.; and Army, 168, 209-10, 237, 241; their intrigues, 234, 235; also68, 143, 180, 193, 219, 223, 232, 240.
Alphonso XII de Bourbon ( 1857-85), 136, 139 n., 242.
Alsina, P. ( 1830-?), Federal deputy, 66, 68, 88, 96.
Altadill, A. ( 1828-80), novelist and Federal journalist, 67, 83 n., 98 n., 217 and note.
Amadeo I, King of Spain, Duke of Aosta ( 1845-90), as candidate for throne, 137; elected king, 139 and note; attitude of political parties to, 143-5; and Hidalgo crisis, 167-9; abdication, 169, 170; also 138, 140, 141, 142, 151, 162.
Amigo del Pueblo, El, 98.
Ampurdan, 65, 116.
Anarchists, -ism, xv, 10, 244, 246, 252, 254, 257, 262.
Andalucía, La, 55, 99, 112, 133.
Andalusia, and September Revolution, 36; Federals and, 53 et seq., 104, 107, 160; revolts in, 21, 119, 210-11; also16, 66, 194, 208, 215, 222, 223, 246. See also Andalusians.
Andalusians, 55-56, 199, 203.
Andrews, S. P., 260.
Andújar, 223.
Anrich, 205.
Antequera, 53, 57.
Anton Marín, Plaza, 43, 94, 166, 191.
Aragón, 36, 42, 101, 111.
Aranda, Conde de, 22.
Araus, A., 208
Arcos de la Frontera, 53.
Arenal, C., 85.
Armentia, 213.
Army, the, and politics, 3-4, 5, 167, 168, 210; reform proposals, 10, 206; and Prim, 37, 44 and note, 127 n.; and Serrano, 143, 160, 172, 236, 242; and Federals, 176-81, 205, 233, 238, 239, 241, 247, 250-1; also 13, 20, 42, 56 n., 80, 106 n., 162, 163 n., 209, 223, 224, 237, 245, 263. See also artillery officers, militia, quintas.
Artillery officers, 27, 167, 180, 181, 238, 239, 241.
Asociación de la Juventud republicana, La
94.
Asociación librepensadora, La, 94.
Asociación republicano militar, La, 245.
Assembly, first Federal ( 1870), 125, 128, 129, 131, 134; second Federal ( 1871), 149; third Federal ( 1872), 158, 159, 160; fourth Federal ( 1872), 162, 164, 165, 172.
Assembly, National ( 1873), Federal position in, 171-2; also 178, 182, 183; Permanent Commission of, conflict between Federal and Radicals, 185-7, 190.
association, freedom of, 17, 66, 82.
Ateneo, Catalan, 67; Catalan Workers', 66, 67, 95; Madrid, 18, 24, 90, 93, 131; republican, 94; women's, 86.
Azorín, 33, 257.
Babeuf, G., 156.
Baeza, 54, 166.
Bailén, 223.
Bakunin, M., 96.
Bakuninism, -ists, xv, xvi, 67, 82, 157.
Bahguer, V. ( 1824-1901), Progressive politician, 52 n., 64, 75, 108.
Balearic Islands, 111.
Balzo, N. del, 215, 216.
Barbastro, 161.
Barberá, V., 129.
Barcelona, Pi and, 7, 11, 135, 189; Federals in, 64-72, 95, 104, 224; press at, 68, 114; revolt of 1869 at, 86, 115-16, 118, 121;

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