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De Comines, Memoirs of Philippe (1445–1509. Statesman and historian).

132 Declaration of Independence, American 296, 298, 338, 357, 358

, Declaration of Rights, 1689, British

106 Declaration of Rights, French

170, 174, 297 Declaration of American Congress, 1775

292 Declarations affecting Religion: (1) Papal Bull Unigenitus 334

and (2) Edict of Toleration, 1781, by Joseph II. : 343 Doran, Dr. (1807–78. Of Irish parentage. A writer of

Reminiscences, etc.). The Funeral of the Princess Royal. 327 Draper, L. C. King's Mountain and its Heroes. Allaire's Diary. Cincinnati, 1881 .

215 Drinkwater, Col. John (1762-1844). . History of the Siege of Gibraltar, publ. 1786

316-320 incl. Fielding, Henry (1707–54. Novelist, magistrate and law reformer.) Amelia and Joseph Andrews

53 Florida Blanca, José Monino y Redrudo (1728-1808. Prime Minister of Spain, 17—). Statement of

331, 344 Fortescue, Hon. John William. History of the British Army, 1899 et seq. . 40, 41, 42, 44, 117, 118, 120, 131, 143,

159, 225, 258, 262, 268, 305, 313 Franklin, Benjamin (1706-90. Son of a Puritan Noncon

formist. Apprenticed as candlemaker and printer).
Examination before Committee of the House of

Commons 192, 212, 228, 229, 230, 236, 240, 254, 258, 288 Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. 32 .

149 Gooch, Dr. G. P. Germany and the French Revolution :

:

339 Grafton, Augustus, Duke of (1735–1811. Continued

Chatham's later ministry. Privy Seal under Lord
North, 1771-5). Autobiography of, by Sir William
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221, 222, 227, 256, 322 Graham, H. G. The Social Life of Scotland

in the Eighteenth Century, 1899

68 Grahame, James (

-1848).

-1848).' The History of the United States, 1836

192 Grenville Papers (George Grenville, 1712–70. Barrister of

Inner Temple. Held office under Pelham, Newcastle,
Pitt, and Bute. Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1763-5.
Introduced American Stamp Act) 146, 162, 184, 191, 211,

229, 230, 238 Hale, Sir Matthew (1609–76. Chief successively of Common

Pleas, Exchequer and King's Bench.). History of the
Common Law of England, 4; Analysis of the Law of
England

299 Halhead, Nathaniel B. (1751–1830). Code of Gentoo Laws, from a Persian translation from the Sanscrit .

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271 Hannay, David. The Sea Trader, his Friends and his Enemies. Harper Bros., 1912

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Hennings, August Adolf Fried. Sammlung von Staatsschrif-

ten, 1776-83. 2 Vols., 1784-5

322

Hobhouse, Sir John (1786-1869).' Memorial of British
Merchants to

282

Hooker, Richard (1554–1600. Master of the Temple, 1585.)

Ecclesiastical Polity

2

Howard, John (1726–90. High Sheriff of Bedfordshire.

Died of camp fever with the Russian Army.) The

State of the Prisons of England and Wales in 1777. 46, 48–

54, 97

Hudson, W. H. The Life of a Shepherd

200

Hunter, Sir William Wilson (1840–1900. Indian civilian

and historian.) Orissa

270

Annals of Rural Bengal

273, 275, 276

Hutchinson, John Hely (1724–94. M.P. in Irish Parliament,

1761-94. Provost of Trin. Coll., Dublin). Commercial

Restraints of Ireland, 1786

248

Jesse, J. H. (1816-74, historian). Memoirs of the Life and

Reign of George III. 1867

165

Journal of a Lady of Quality, 1774-6, by Miss Schaw, edited

by E. W. and C. Andrewes

209

Journals of the House of Commons

197

Junius, Letters of (1768-72)

184

Keith, Sir Robert Murray (1730-95, General and Ambassador

at various Courts). Memoirs and Correspondence, 2 Vols.,

1849, ed. by Mrs. Gillespie Smith. No index and very

bare table of contents

iii, Chapter 15

Kidd, Benj. Social Evolution

208

Lansdowne Mss., Historical Commission Reports, 2-6, 164, 237, 303

Lavergne, Léonce de. Economie Rurale de France depuis
1789, edit. 1860

361
Law, William (1686–1761. A mystic). A Serious Cail . 45, 167
Lecky, W. E. H. (1838–1903. Historian).
History of England

30, 33, 97

History of Ireland

29, 202, 219, 375

Lediard, Thomas (1685-1743. On the staff of the Duke of
Marlborough). Life of Marlborough, 1736

41-2, 44
Letters from Bengal to E. India Directors, 1772

276, 277

Letters of Lord Camden on Americans, 1768

253

Lord Anson on Navy

148

General Bouquet to Pitt

151

Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield,

1694-1733

91, 93, 165, 203, 204, 219, 238

Fénélon to Louis xv. on Condition of French

People

57

King George III. to General Conway (1721-95.

Nephew of Sir Robert Walpole)

166, 167

King George III. to the Younger Pitt

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Letters of George III. to Lord North 187, 190, 191, 293, 294, 325

George III. to Lord Thurlow (1736-1801. Lord
Chancellor, 1778)

191 Lord Hardwicke to Newcastle

147 Lord Hardwicke on Hanover

128 Lord Justice Clark to Secretary of State

300
Lord Villiers to the Duke of Grafton. 231, 232
Maria Thérésa to Joseph II. on the Partition of
Poland

340 Duke of Newcastle

159 Chas. Townshend (1725-67, Chancellor of the Exchequer under Chatham)

185 of George, Lord Townshend (1724–1807, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 1767)

202, 203 Horace Walpole to Lord Hertford

183 Horace Walpole to Sir Horace Mann (1701–86. Ambassador at Florence)

46, 47 George Washington, edit. by Jared Sparks : 291, 292,

308, 309, 310 General Wolfe (1727–59. Of Irish birth) 152, 154 Mr. Wortley Montagu (1713–76)

190 “ Lady Mary Wortley Montagu (1689–1762) : 92, 93, 98,

99, 166, 185, 218 See Malmesbury; Marlborough, Sarah, Duchess of;

Morris, Gouverneur. Levasseur, Emile (1828). Histoire du Commerce Français, 1911

25, 61-65, 175, 297 Loughborough, Baron, Alex. Wedderburn (1733-1805. 'Earl

of Rosslyn, Lord Chancellor 1793-1801). Account of the
State of English Prisons in 1793

46, 47, 48 Loveday, Álexander. Indian Famines, 1914

274 Macdonald, William. Select Charters and Original Documents illustrative of American History, 1899

104 Mackay's Journey through Scotland in 1729

69 Mackenzie, Alexander. The Highland Clearances

375 note MacNeven and others on Irish History

375 note Mahan, Captain A. T. (1840- – ). Influence of Sea Power on History, 1889

315 Mahon, Philip Henry, Earl Stanhope (1805-75; Fifth Earı). History of England

29, 91, 130 Malmesbury, James Harris, First Earl of (1746–1820).

Diaries and Correspondence. Used for events in Poland,
Russia, Prussia, Austria, Spain, etc. . iii, 128 (note), 267 (note),

Chapters 14, 15 Marchmont Papers (Hugh Hume, second Earl of Marchmont,

1708–94. Scottish representative from 1750–84): 117, 128 Marlborough, Correspondence and Characters of Sarah, Duchess of, 2 Vols., 1838 (1660-1744)

126, 183

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Marvell, Andrew, poet
Mauduit, Israel (1708–87. Political pamphleteer and

preacher). Considerations on the War in Germany 123, 158 Milton, John (1608-74). Areopagitica

358 Moleville, Bertrand de (1744-1818. Minister of Louis XVI.).

Annals of the French Revolution. Translated by R. Ć.
Dallas, 1813

358, 365, 366, 372 Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat, Baron de (1714-55).

De l'Esprit des Lois, publ. 1748 . 6, 27, 63, 169, 170, 173 Morris, Gouverneur (1752-1816. American lawyer and

financier). Diary and Letters. Edited by A. Č. Morris,
1889

227, 356, 357, 364, 365, 367, 368, 369, 370, 377 Navigation Acts

237, 252, 288, 289, 290, 293 Child, Sir Josiah (1630-99), on

108-110 Chatham, Lord (1708–78), on

290 Smith, Adam (1723-90), on

108 Burke, Edmund (1729-97), on

290 Townshend, Lord (1725-67), on

289 Huskisson, William (1770–1830), on

108 And see Speeches. Nevinson, Henry W. New Tracts for the Times, 1920

169 Newspapers, Edinburgh Courant

69 Caledonian Mercury Boston (American News Letter

216 London Chronicle

326 Numbers, V, 12-30

270 O'Brien, George. Economic History of Ireland in the Eighteenth Century

312 Orme, Robert (1728-1801. Took part in Indian events).

History of Military Transactions in Hindustan, publ.
1763-78

138, 139, 140, 145 note Otis, James (1725-83). The Rights of the Colonies : pamphlet

228 Parliament

: Standing Order of the House of Commons 369 Journals of the House of Commons

197 Parliamentary History of England, edited by J. Wright, 1770-1844

238 Vol. xvi..

209, 234, 235, 239, 241, 246 Vol. xvii. 224, 233, 234, 235, 236, 241, 242, 249, 251,

253, 255, 259, 270 Vol. xvii.

286, 288, 289, 291, 292 Vol. xix. .

293 Pepys, Samuel, Diary Perkins, J. B. France under Louis

France under Louis XV., publ. 1897 : 299 Peters, Samuel. History of Connecticut, 1781

102 Petition in January, 1766, of the Merchants of London

254 of Protestant Association (1780)

326 Pinckney, Eliza, by E. H. Ravenel (Murray, 1896)

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Ramsay, David (1749–1815), History of South Carolina in

Revolution, publ. Trenton, N.J., 1785 . 221, 232-4, 241, 293, 312 Regulations of Trade, 1764-5

255-256 Rémontrance de la Cour des Aides, Paris, 1775. Reprint by

J. H. Robinson with English translation by G. K.
Robinson. Original Sources of European History,
Phila., Pa., 1899. London, P. S. King and Son 336, 361,

362, 363 Report of French Commissaires in 1687

57 French Commissaires in 1775

72, 73 Commissioners of Customs in Scotland

246 Committee on Gaols in 1729 the Customs in 1733

247 Warren Hastings to the Directors of the East India Company in 1772, cited as W. H. Rep. 276, 278,

279, 280 Governors and Officials of the American Colonies 287, 289 Third, of the House of Commons, Appendix 73, Sept., 1765

283 Fourth, of the House of Commons, Appendices, 1772. 283 on the Khands, Macpherson, Calcutta, 1842

270 of the House of Lords on Ireland (1793)

375 Robinson, F. P., The Trade of the East India Company 138 Rockingham Papers (Charles Wentworth, Marquis of Rockingham, 1730-82)

186 Rousseau, François. 'Vie de Charles 111, 1907

289, 311 Sayings and Speeches : Allen, General H. T., C.0. American Forces on the Rhine, 1923

132 Anson, Sir Wm., on the History of the Reign of King George III.

182, 242 Barré, Colonel Isaac (1726-1802. Graduate Trin. Coll.,

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: Dublin. M.P., 1761-90)

253, 263, 268 Bernstorff, J. H. (Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs, August, 1778), on The Neutral Nations

321 Bishop of Langres

170, 171, 297 Bishop of Nancy

371 Burke, Edmund (1729-97; son of Dublin attorney;

M.P., 1765–94 ; Private Secretary to Wm. G.
Hamilton, 1755-64 ; and to the Marquis of Rock-
ingham, 1765; in financial difficulties from 1769 ;
attacked every ministry in turn; joined in the
impeachment of Warren Hastings. He appears to
have been the funny man of the House of Commons,
see P.H. xvi., 720 xvii., 212, 1326, 1393, 1397-8;
xviii., 894, 895 ; xix., 219, 251 ; called a black Jesuit,
xvi., 924). 186, 199, 225 (note), 234, 238, 241, 251, 253,

268, 273, 280, 284, 290, 291, 296, 300

: 289,

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