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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 May 2016

Jon Mee
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Print, Publicity, and Popular Radicalism in the 1790s
The Laurel of Liberty
, pp. 261 - 271
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Index

Abolitionism, 31, 47, 6869, 149, 155, 167, 191, 194, 200, 209
Account of the proceedings of a meeting of the inhabitants of Westminster, 229
Account of the proceedings of a meeting of the London Corresponding Society, 60
Adair, James (Serjeant-at-law), 176
Adair, Robert (friend of Charles James Fox), 198
Adams, Daniel (SCI secretary), 31
Adams, John, 3435
Adams, M. Ray, 218
Addison, Joseph, 156, see also The Spectator
Alderson (Opie), Amelia, 47, 54, 5859, 124, 127128, 185
Alderson, James, 127128
Aldgate Society of the Friends of the People (Bother'em Society), 7475
Thing of Shreds and Patches, A, 34, 75
Alexander, David, 222
Alger, J. G., 216, 219
Alien and Sedition Act (1798), 165
Allan, David, 190
Allum, ‘Citizen’ [Jack?], 175176, 178, 180, 226
American Revolution, 19, 24, 89, 103, 133, 143, 166, 175
American Universal Magazine (1797–8), 129, 165167, 219, 230, see also Lee, Richard ‘Citizen’
Amyot, Thomas (lawyer), 124
Analytical Review, 75, 115, 134, 136137, 220
Anderson, Benedict, 6465
Anderson, John William (magistrate), 140
Andrew, Donna, 55, 199, 231
Andrews, Sir Joseph, 207
Answer to Three Scurrilous Pamphlets, An, 135136, 219, 221
AntiJacobin Review and Magazine, 206
Archer, Lady Sarah, 144
Argus, 7, 87, 113, 116, 119121, 125, 193, 197, 214, see also Perry, Sampson
Arnaud, E. B. (Portsmouth loyalist), 204
Ashley, John (LCS member), 188, 210
Assassination of the King!, 212
Association for the Preserving Liberty and Property against Republicans and Levellers (Reeves Association), 40, 8384, 174, 181, see also Reeves, John
Bailey, ‘Citizen’ (member of Friends of Liberty), 43
Prince Brothers’s Scarlet Devils Displayed, 212
White Devils Un-Cased, 212
Ballard, T. G. (bookseller), 127
Baltimore Telegraph, 219
Banks, Sir Joseph (scientist), 180181
Bannister, Jack (comedian), 218
Barbauld, Anna, 44, 198
Civic sermons to the people, 54
and school (Suffolk), 205
Barker, E. H. (scholar and editor)
Parriana, 189
Barker, Hannah, 214, 219
Barlow, Joel, 48
Barnes, John (LCS member), 174, 218
Barrell, John, 1, 21, 2526, 46, 49, 88, 96, 98, 145, 155, 161, 198200, 210212, 217, 222, 226229, 233
Barrymore, Earl of (Richard Barry), 200
Baxter, John (LCS member), 2223, 94, 105, 108, 201
New and impartial history of England, 5
Resistance to Oppression, 5, 108
Beaufort Buildings, 5455, 105, 175, 181, 184
Beaumont, J.T.B. (Telegraph journalist), 103, 125
Beefsteak Club, 131
Bell, John (bookseller), 114, 117, 213
Bennett, James, 152
History of the Dissenters, 205, 226, see also Bogue, David
Sacred Politics, 71
Translation of Elijah, 205
Bentham, Jeremy, 108
Fragment on Government, A, 213
Bernard, John, 129, 131
Retrospections of America, 219
Retrospections of the Stage, 214, 219
Bewley, Christina, 205
Bill of Rights, 140141
Binns, John, 62
Biographical and Imperial Magazine, 169, 171
Birch, William Y. (printer), 230
Black, Robert, 219, 222
Blackstone, William, 108
Commentaries on the Laws of England, 95, 99100, 181
Boaden, James, 213
Bogue, David (evangelical minister), 6871, 150152
Great Importance of having Right Sentiments in Religion, 203
History of the Dissenters, 226, see also Bennett, James
Reasons for Seeking a Repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts, 203
Thoughts on the Necessity and Means of a Reform in the Church of England, 204
Bogue, John (trial witness), 203
Bon Ton Magazine, 136137, 215
Bone, John (LCS member), 15, 21, 2829, 32, 43, 101, 103, 106107, 143, 164
Reformers no Rioters, 102103, see also Crimp Riots (1794)
Bonner, Charles, 115
book clubs and reading societies, 78, 23, 2728, 32, 38, 82, 92, 210
Mitcham Book Society, 8, 31, 62
Borough (Southwark) Society of the Friends of the People, 71, 74, 173175
Boston Gazette, 195
Boyle, Patrick
General London guide, 226
Bradley, James E., 203
Breillat, Thomas (pump-maker and LCS member), 58, 96
Brewer, John, 21
Brightwell, Cecilia, 200
Brissot, Jacques-Pierre and ‘Brissotism’, 7677, 175176
British Apollo, 215
British Citizens (radical society), 195, see also Aldgate Society
British Club, 15, 51, 76, 122, 217, see also White’s Hotel
British Constitution Invulnerable, 135136, 220, 225
British Critic, 143
Brothers, Richard (millenarian), 158
Brunton, Anne (actress and wife of Robert Merry), 113, 119, 123125, 200, 217
Brunton, John (father of Anne Brunton), 124
Bryant, Thomas (minister), 68
Buchan, Earl of (David Steuart Erskine), 3637
Buckle, Henry (Norwich radical), 31
Bugg, John, 193, 204
Burdett, Francis, 62
Burgh, James, 89
Burke, Edmund, 3738, 95, 118, 133134, 146, 195, 220
Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs, 133
Letter to a Member of the National Assembly, 133
Reflections on the Revolution in France, 116, 224
Burks, Joseph (LCS member), 102105, 108, 200
Burns, Robert, 34
Byron, Lord George Gordon Noel, 199
Cabinet of Curiosities, 218
Cabinet, 162
Cadell, Thomas (bookseller), 217
Carey, Mathew (American publisher), 219
Carpenter, Thomas
American senator, 166
Carr, John (trial witness), 203
Cartwright, Major John, 13, 89, 192, 205
Chalmers, George (loyalist)
Life of Thomas Pain, 191
Chalus, Elaine, 199
Chappelow, Leonard, 217
Charles II, King, 178
Charlotte, Queen, 138, 144, 179
Chase, Malcolm, 228
Chénier, Marie-Joseph, 127
Chernock, Arianne, 59
Christie, Thomas, 75, see also Analytical Review
churches and chapels, 169
Adelphi chapel, 153
Crown Court chapel, 6567, see also Hardy, Thomas
Providence chapel, 153
Circumstantial History of the Transactions at Paris, 122
Clark, Anna, 199200
Clark, Peter, 202
Clayden, P. W., 214
Club of Thirteen, 78, see also Literary Fund (Royal)
Cobbett, William, 15, 113, 129, 165, 219, 230
as ‘Peter Porcupine’, 129, 230
Bone to Gnaw for the Democrats, 230
Coffee houses, 45, 49, 57, 85, 168, 174, 192
New London coffee house, 140
Percy, The, 4849
Coghlan, Margaret (actress and courtesan), 143144
Memoirs of Mrs Coghlan, 143144, see also Pigott, Charles
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1314, 62, 98, 147, 182, 186187
Conciones ad Populum, 98
The Friend, 191
Collier, John Dyer (journalist), 62
Colman, George the Elder (theatre manager), 231
Colson, Percy
Strange History of Lord George Gordon, 224
Combe, William, 220, see also Hanger, Colonel George
committee of secrecy, 102
Second report, 82, 209
Comus, Monsieur (conjuror), 217
‘New Philosophical Deceptions’, 180
Conventions, 11, 22, 77, 8890, 9496, 98, 100102, 176, 181182, 185186, see also National Convention of France
anti-convention legislation, 9596, 100, 107
Edinburgh conventions (1793), 25, 31, 96, 174, 180
Cook, John (seventeenth-century judge)
Monarchy no creature of god's making, 227
Cooper, Stephen (secretary of Friends of Liberty), 106
Cooper, Thomas (Manchester radical), 128
Corfield, Penelope, 189, 217, 229
Cotlar, Seth, 11, 61, 64, 84, 166, 230
Courier, The, 7, 125
Courts and sessions
King's Bench, 141
Liberty of the Savoy, 181
Old Bailey, 140
Warwick assizes, 220221
Westminster Quarter Sessions, 229
Cozens, John (Norwich radical), 209
Crimp Riots (1794), 102, 202
Critical Review, 169, 227
Crosby, Benjamin (bookseller), 223
Crosby, Mark, 209
Cruden, William (minister), 6566, 203
Daer, Lord (Basil William Douglas), 7172
Dalrymple, General William, 136, 144
Dart, Gregory, 191
Darwin, Erasmus
Botanic Garden, 181
David, Jacques-Louis, 123
Davidson, ‘Citizen’ (printer), 102
Davis, Michael T., 4647, 193194, 212, 230
De Certeau, Michel, 45, 190
Death and Dissection of Pitt satires, 125127, 160161, 218, see also Merry, Robert
Debating societies, 21, 43, 45, 47, 5456, 59, 63, 156, 168172, 174, 186
Capel Court, 40, 174
City Debates, 56
Club of female literatae, 59
Female Congress, 55
La Belle Assemblée, 5556
Philomath Society, 128, 142, 197, 231
Physical Society, 171173, 195
Society for Free Debate, 63
Debating societies premises, 43
Beaufort Buildings, see Beaufort Buildings
Coachmakers’ Hall, 55, 59, 63, 169171, 174, 231
Compton Street, 174175, 178, 180
Haymarket, 56
King's Arms, Cornhill, 5556, 58
Park Tavern, 174176
Three King’s Tavern, 175
De Fleury, Maria (Calvinist writer), 150
Divine Poems, 225
Devonshire, Duchess of (Georgiana Cavendish), 224
Dickey, Matthew (trial witness), 203
Dickinson, H. T., 19
Dignum, Charles (singer), 81
Dilly, Charles (bookseller), 67, 203
Dinmore, Richard Junior (Norwich radical)
Brief Acount of the Moral and Political Acts of the Kings and Queens of England, 30
Crimes of the Kings and Queens of England, 230, see also Lee, Richard ‘Citizen’
Domestic space, 10, 12, 44, 49, 5455, 5759, 183, 185, 187
Douglas, Jane, 165
Duchan, Judith, 235
Duck, Stephen, 212
Duffy, Edward, 227
Dumouriez, Charles-François du Périer (French army general), 218, 222
Dundas, Henry, 84, 138
Dunlap, William (American theatre pioneer), 219
Durey, Michael, 165, 194, 203, 219, 230
Dybikowski, James, 206207
Dyer, George (author), 43, 147
Complaints of the Poor People of England, 225
Dissertation on the Theory and Practice of Benevolence, 223
Eagleton, Terry, 32
Eaton, Daniel Isaac, 11, 13, 21, 25, 3134, 4041, 58, 94, 9798, 102103, 142, 144145, 147, 154, 171172, 180181, 192, 200, 218, 227, 233
King Chanticlere, see Thelwall, John
Pernicious Effects of the Art of Printing, 3940
Philanthropist, The, 233
Political Classics, 11, 34, 190
Politics for the People, see Politics for the People
trial, see trials
Eaton, Henry, 231
Eaton, Susannah, 10, 58
Eberle, Roxanne, 200
Edinburgh Review, 152
Edwards, George (Literary Fund committee member), 76
Edwards, Gerard Noel (MP), 174, 232
Eley, Geoff, 16, 22, 32, 192
Elstee, John (of Chigwell), 207
Epstein, James, 45, 82, 97, 190, 194, 197198, 222
Equiano, Olaudah, 6869, 204
Interesting narrative, The, 68
Erdman, David, 206
Erskine, Thomas, 36, 49, 8587, 141, 144145, 174, 176, 181, 233
Este, Charles (journalist), 125
Ethic epistles, 222
Eton College, 132, 135, 142
European Magazine, 122, 213
Evangelical Magazine, 47, 67, 150152, 154, 156, 227
Evans, Chris, 217, 229
Evans, John
Sketch of all the Denominations of the Christian World, A, 67
Explanation of the Word Equality, An, 8889
Extermination, or an appeal to the People of England, 34
Eyre, James (Chief Justice), 23, 202
Fairclough, Mary, 37, 196, 211, 231232, 235
Faithful narrative of the last illness, death, and interment of the Rt. Hon. William Pitt, A, 60, 105, 228
Featherstone, David, 190
Fellowship Society, 66, see also Walne, George
Felsenstein, Frank, 199
Feltham, John
Picture of London for 1802, The, 153
‘Female Society of Patriots’, 10, 5960
Fennell, James (actor), 128
Fenwick, John (translator)
Memoirs of Dumouriez, 223
Festival of Humour, The, 225
Field, Joseph (LCS member), 30
Field, William
Memoirs of … Parr, 189
Fitzgerald, W. T. (Literary Fund committee member), 51
Sturdy Reformer, 51
Five Excellent New Songs, 208
Fleming, Tara-Lyn, 235
Flower, Benjamin, 147
Principles of the British Constitution Explained, 225
Foley, Rev. (of Stourbridge), 228
Ford, Richard (of Treasury Solicitor's office), 43
Fox, Charles James, 22, 26, 4950, 52, 56, 90, 117118, 131133, 135137, 141, 143, 146, 161, 174, 206, 229
Fox–North coalition, 63
Francis, Sir Philip (reformist politician), 90, 220
Fraser, Nancy, 195
Frend, William, 200
Friends of Liberty, 106, 108, 218
Friends of the French Revolution, 50, 117
anniversary dinner (July 1791), 50
Friends of the Liberty of the Press, 56, 87, 174, 235
Whole Proceedings at the Meeting of the Friends of the Liberty of the Press, 209, 232
Frost, Eliza, 10, 48
Frost, John, 15, 4849, 122, 139, 214
trial, see trials
Gagnier, Regenia, 201, 205
Gale Jones, John (LCS member), 59, 184
Sketch of a political tour, 45, 5859
Garnai, Amy, 218
Gazetteer, 5, 118, 152, 171, 189, 215, 217
Geddes, Alexander, 235
Gentleman’s Magazine, 119, 189
George III, 27, 29, 41, 104, 108, 116, 137, 155, 158164, 179
George, Prince of Wales, 135, 137138
Gerrald, Joseph, 34, 1315, 23, 59, 8687, 94, 9698, 100, 108, 139, 142, 147, 174, 180, 187, 206, 214, 216
Convention the Only Means of Saving us from Ruin, 29, 9495, 207
trial, see trials
Gerraldiana, 9798, 211
Gessner, Saloman (Swiss poet)
Death of Abel, 156
Gibbs, Warren, 231
Gifford, John, 75
Gifford, William
Baviad, 118
Maeviad, 118
Gillray, James
London-Coresponding-Society alarm’d, 45
Gilmartin, Kevin, 1113, 40, 196, 205, 213
Ginter, Donald E., 214
Goddard, Florimond (painter), 208
Godfrey, Samuel (attorney to Lord George Gordon), 195, 202, 206
Godwin, William, 4, 11, 4344, 47, 54, 57, 59, 82, 86, 9697, 99, 106, 108109, 115, 117, 121124, 127128, 139, 142, 168, 170171, 185, 188, 196, 212, 234
Caleb Williams, 231
Considerations on Lord Grenville's and Mr. Pitt's bills, 54, 184185
Cursory Strictures, 223
Enquiry concerning political justice, 77, 99, 124, 127, 134, 166, 171, 174, 181, 184, 197, 208, 230
Goodrich, Amanda, 14, 191
Goodwin, Albert, 188, 193, 199, 205, 209210
Goodwin, Thomas (seventeenth-century divine)
The French Revolution foreseen, in 1639, 67, see also Bogue, David
Gordon Riots (1780), 63, 66
Gordon, Alexander (trial witness), 203
Gordon, Lord George, 63, 6566, 69, 75, 139, 155, 185, 195, 198, 206, 225
trial, see trials
Gosling, Edward (spy), 200
Gothicism, 118, 127, 138, 145, 147, 183
Grande, James, 217218
Green, Georgina, 94, 192193, 201, 213, 231232
Gregg, Alexander (trial witness), 203
Grenville, Lord (William Grenville), 161
Grey, Charles (MP), 72, 7475, 90, 9495, 121, 137, 173, 205
Grove, Thomas (minister), 153
Substance of a sermon, The, 226
Groves, John (spy and solicitor), 4546, 100, 199
Guest, Harriet, 5051, 54, 59, 198, 200, 214, 227
Gurney, John (lawyer), 8, 37, 41, 103, 145, 181, 184, 200, 233
Gurney, Joseph (court stenographer), 200
Gurney, Martha (bookseller), 200
Habeas Corpus Act, 5657, 211212
Habermas, Jürgen, 12, 32, 45, 192
Haig, Robert, 189, 200, 218
Hamilton, Duke of (Archibald Douglas), 189
Hammersley, Rachel, 193
Hampden, John, 13
Hampsher-Monk, Iain, 20, 220
Hanger, Colonel George, 136, see also Combe, William
Happy Reign of George the Last, 164
Hardy, James (trial witness), 203
Hardy, Lydia, 10, 47, 5758, 64, 68, 71, 73, 153154
Hardy, Thomas, 34, 89, 1314, 19, 2123, 25, 28, 3132, 3536, 38, 4647, 59, 6175, 7879, 84, 9192, 9596, 102, 105, 109, 125, 149150, 153155, 162, 166, 181, 186187, 192194, 208209, 216, 233
‘History of the London Corresponding Society’, 7374, 201
Memoir of Thomas Hardy, 6263, 6667, 71, 73, 153, 193, 203205
pseudonym ‘Crispin’, 62
trial, see trials
Hargreaves-Mawdsley, W. N., 127, 189, 213
Harling, Philip, 196
Harrington, James
Oceania, 25
Harris, Bob, 205
Harris, Thomas (theatre manager), 119, 231
Harrison, John, 208
‘Harum Skarum’, Account of a Debate, 202
Hatfield, E. F.
Poets of the Church, 150
Hawes, Robert (LCS member and printer), 8182, 104, 107, 212, 225
Hawles, John
Englishman's Right, 3031, 66, 93
Hazlitt, William
‘On the Difference between Writing and Speaking’, 178
Henderson, William (trial witness), 203
Hillier, John (tallow-chandler and printer), 58
History of Two Acts, 225, 229
Hive of Modern Literature, 218
Hodgson, Richard (LCS member), 2728, 30, 99, 101104, 106107, 184
Hodgson, William (physician and LCS member), 140143, 200, 224
Case of William Hodgson, 222
Proposals for Publishing by Subscription … the Female Citizen, 60
Hodson [Hodgson], E. (LCS member and printer), 226
Hog’s Wash, see Politics for the People
Holbach, Baron d', 145
System of Nature, 29, 142143, 147, 223, see also Pigott, Charles and Hodgson, William
Holborn Society, 75
Holcroft, Thomas, 103, 121, 123125, 127130, 139, 142, 211, 213, 217, 234
Narrative of facts, A, 105
Road to Ruin, 119
Holt, Daniel, 223
Home Office, 45
Hone, William, 21
Honeyman, Valerie, 189
Horne Tooke, John, 5, 22, 24, 26, 36, 48, 5253, 56, 61, 73, 105, 119, 122, 125, 170, 183, 198, 206
Horne, Melvill
Three letters, 205
How, Samuel ‘Cobbler’ (seventeenth-century ‘ranter’)
Sufficiency of the Spirit's Teaching, 153
Hume, Joseph (radical politician), 192
Huntington, William (Calvinist preacher), 153, 226
Hurford Stone, John, 7576
Hurry, Ives (cousin of Amelia Alderson), 5859
Huzzey, Richard, 191
Iliff, Edward Henry (actor and writer), 43, 108109, 197
Angelo, 197
Summary of the duties of citizenship!, A, 108, 164
improvement, 3, 1516, 23, 36, 38, 43, 47, 52, 93, 168
Inston, Kevin, 191
Jacobin Club (France), 138
Jardine, Major Alexander (friend of Godwin), 75, 115
Jebb, John (minister and reformer), 22
Address to the Freeholders of Middlesex, An, 193
Jeffrey, Francis, 152, 187
Jeffreys, Baron (George Jeffreys) (judge), 141
Jerningham, Edward (poet and playwright), 213
John Horne Tooke Stripped Naked and Dissected, 105
Johnson, Joseph (bookseller), 67, 115
Johnson, Samuel
Dictionary, 181
Johnston, Kenneth R., 193
Jones, Brad, 65
Jones, Whitney R. D., 207
Jordan, J. S. (bookseller), 84, 153154, 221
Joyce, Jeremiah (minister and SCI member)
Mr. Joyce’s arrest, 105
Junius, 137, 225
Karr, David, 82, 194
Keane, John, 205, 209
Kearsley, George (bookseller), 143
Kemble, John Philip (actor), 233
King, John (financier), 128, 197, 215, 217
Kluge, Alexander, 195
Knights, Mark, 202, 209
Knott, Sarah, 223
Knox, Vicesimus (writer)
Elegant Extracts, 230
Kropf, C. R., 196
Laclau, Ernesto, 11, 191
Lafayette, Marquis de (Gilbert du Motier), 38
Lauderdale, Earl of (James Maitland), 86, 119
Lee, Richard ‘Citizen’, 5, 1415, 28, 32, 4344, 4748, 5760, 6971, 104105, 107108, 127, 129, 143, 149169, 194, 218
bookshops, see Print shops and bookshops
compilations, 160, see also Pigott, Charles and Gerrald, Joseph
Blessings of War, 228
Rights of Kings, 160, 228
Rights of Man, 148, 228
Rights of Princes, 164, 228
Voice of the People, 148, 160, 228
Warning to Tyrants, 148, 228
pseudonym ‘Ebenezer’, 5, 150, 225
publications
American Universal Magazine, see American Universal Magazine
Death of Despotism and the Doom of Tyrants, 154
Essay on Man, 61
Flowers from Sharon, 151156
Gospel of Reason, 157, see also Rousseau, Jean-Jacques
King Killing, 162164, 228, see also Pitchford, John
On the death of Mrs. Hardy, 57, 73, 105, 154
Pig's Meat poetry, 154
Poems on Various Occasions, 161
Political Curiosities, 227, 230, see also Gospel of Reason
Proposals for publishing … sacred to truth, liberty, and peace, 227
Songs from the rock, 69, 154162, 205, 218, 227
Tythe and Tax Club, 158160, 180
trial, see trials
Leeds, Duke of (Francis Osborne), 75
Lefebvre, Henri, 190
Lemaitre, Paul Thomas (alleged Pop-gun plot conspirator)
High treason!!, 218
Letters on the Present State of England and America, 198
Lévy-Bruhl, Lucien, 188
libel and seditious libel, 910, 21, 23, 29, 31, 37, 4043, 49, 60, 77, 8485, 87, 120, 138, 140, 144145, 160, 164, 181, 210, 221
Linebaugh, Peter, 14, 204
Literary Fund (Royal), 5, 51, 62, 7579, 115, 122, 189190
anniversary dinner, 78
Littlejohn, Robert (LCS member), 81, 122
Lloyd, John (of Tewkesbury Society), 92
Lloyd’s Evening Post, 216
Locke, John, 39
London Chronicle, 215, 222
London Corresponding Society (LCS), 115, 1932, 3536, 3840, 4248, 5153, 55, 5759, 6175, 7884, 87108, 119, 121, 125, 127, 141143, 149150, 152153, 155, 164, 167169, 172178, 180185, 187, 189, 195, 218, 220, 222, 228229, 234
and constitution debates, 1112, 2629, 9192, 100102, 106107
and regional societies, 2, 8, 19, 9293, 98, 188
meeting places, 9, 4247
Beaufort Buildings, see Beaufort Buildings
Bell, The, 46
Chalk Farm, 97, 100
Cock and Crown, 45
Copenhagen Fields, 162, 185
Globe Tavern, 96
Marquis of Granby, 7981
Spitalfields, 96
publications
Account of the seizure of Thomas Hardy, 58, 212
‘Address to the King’, 94
Address to the Nation, 30
Address … to the other societies of Great Britain, 8, 198
At a general meeting on Monday the 14th of April, 1794, 211
At a general meeting … on Monday the 20th day of January, 1794, 210
London Corresponding Society, The Addresses and Resolutions, 202
London Corresponding Society, held at the Bell [Resolutions], 7273
Narrative of the proceedings … on Monday 29th June, 1795, 107
Politician, see Politician
Report of the Committee … of the constitution, 27, 91, 99101, 210
Speech of John Wharton, 199, see also Wharton, John
London Missionary Society, 67
London Reforming Society, 2830, 106107
Report of the Committee to the London Reforming Society, 194
London Society of the Friends of the People, 72, 75, 173
London Tavern, 81
Lord Chamberlain, 116
Lord Mayor of London, 56
Lottes, Gunther, 2728, 52, 9192
Loughlin, Martin, 192, 211
Louis XVI, King, 24, 41, 94, 116, 137, 162, 179
Luttrell, Lady Elizabeth, 145
Lynam, George (spy), 65, 206
Macan, Thomas, 139
Macbean, Peter (trial witness), 203
Macdonald, Archibald (Attorney General), 8586
MacDonnell [sometimes MacDonald], D. E. (editor), 59, 127, 139, 189
Mackintosh, James, 103, 213, 215
Madan, Martin (Calvinist Methodist), 225
Maitland, Thomas (brother of Earl of Lauderdale), 86
Malinowski, Bronisław, 188
Manchester Corresponding Society, 93
Manogue, Ralph A., 192
Marat, Jean-Paul and ‘Maratism’, 138, 176
Margarot, Maurice, 25, 30, 67, 72, 78, 9096, 104, 123, 180, 201
trial, see trials
Marie Antoinette, Queen, 58, 147
Martin, John (solicitor and LCS member), 31, 105, 140
Marvell, Andrew, 40
Matthews, J. (bookseller), 153
Mazzinghi, Joseph (composer), 215
McCalman, Iain, 12, 189, 194, 197, 202, 222, 225, 228
McCann, Andrew, 183, 187
McCue, Daniel, 193195
McMaster, William (associate of Thomas Hardy), 66
Mee, Jon, 214, 218, 226, 231, 233, 235
Memoirs of Mrs. Billington, 220
Mercier, Louis Sébastien (dramatist), 7
Fragments of Politics and History, 201
Merry, Robert, 4, 11, 1315, 23, 51, 7576, 95, 113131, 139, 142, 145, 157, 162, 175, 183, 186, 200, 219
pseudonyms
Della Crusca, 113, 129, 156157, 217, 230
Tom Thorne, 113, 119121
writings
‘Elegy upon the Horrors of War’, 123
Fenelon, 123124, 127, see also Chénier, Marie-Joseph
Laurel of Liberty, The, 114117, 119, 121, 206
Lorenzo, 118
Magician No Conjuror, 118119, 125127, 217, see also Mazzinghi, Joseph
Ode for the fourteenth of July, 50, 117118
Pains of Memory, 124, 129
Picture of Paris, A, 115116, 118, see also Bonner, Charles and Shield, William
Pittachio series, 125, 127, 180, 215, 218, see also Pittachio satires
Poetry of the World, 213
Réflexions politiques … adressées à la république, 122
Wounded Soldier, 127
Metcalfe, William (spy), 102103
Millar, John, 95
Milton, John, 86, 170, 226
Comus, 183
Mitford, John (Solicitor-General), 202
Montesquieu, 86
Monthly Magazine, 120, 122, 127, 219
Monthly Review, 115, 118, 125, 127, 157
Moore, Matthew (LCS member), 30, 94, 211
Moral and Political Magazine (1796–7) (London Corresponding Society), 7, 7881, 197
Moral and Political Society, 225
Curses and Causes of War, 208, 225
Moran, James, 196
More, Thomas, 34
Morning Chronicle, 48, 82, 118, 193, 217, 220, 222, 224, 226, 232
Morning Herald, 132
Morning Post, 117, 174, 214, 217, 219, 223224, 234
Mornington, Lord (Richard Colley Wellesley), 164
Morris, Captain Thomas, 75
Morton, Thomas (playwright)
Columbus, 199, 231
Mosley, James, 196
Mr. St George: A True Story, 218
Muir, Thomas, 25, 180, 201
Munro [Monro], Captain George (spy), 4546, 48, 7980, 217
Murray, Andrew (LCS member), 207
National Assembly of France, 114, 116, 121, 133
National Convention of France, 11, 48, 7677, 9495, 101, 121122, 137
Negt, Oskar, 195
New, General and Complete Weekly Magazine, 233
Newell, T. (cousin of Thomas Hardy), 202
Newman, Ian, 3, 46, 190, 192, 195
Newton, Richard, 139
Peep into the State Side of Newgate, A, 222
Promenade on the State Side of Newgate, 139, 142
Soulagement en Prison, or Comfort in Prison, 139
Norfolk, Duke of (Charles Howard), 2627
Norwich Revolution Society, 90
Norwich Society for Political Information, 90
Nott, John
Appeal to the inhabitants of Birmingham, 208
Oldfield, John R., 194, 204
Oliver, Thomas (trial witness), 203204
Oracle, 121, 216217
O'Shaughnessy, David, 197, 223
Oswald, John (revolutionary soldier), 76
Otway, Thomas
Venice Preserved, 114, 178179
Paine, Thomas, 9, 11, 24, 32, 3637, 48, 50, 61, 64, 7577, 8487, 95, 106107, 109, 117, 119, 121, 123, 133137, 194, 198, 212, 218, 220
Age of Reason, 29, 70, 79, 164
Common Sense, 7
Letter Addressed to the Addressers, 24, 73, 87, 221
Rights of Man, 2022, 35, 50, 61, 73, 75, 8485, 87, 89, 121, 131, 153, 166, 174, 190191, 221
trial, see trials
Palmer, John (postal reformer), 42
Parkinson, James (Old Hubert) (surgeon and radical), 94, 102103, 171
Pearls Cast Before Swine by Edmund Burke, 34
Revolutions without Bloodshed, 102
Vindication of the London Corresponding Society, 102
Parolin, Christina, 190, 197
Parr, Samuel (schoolmaster), 34, 96, 122
Parsons, John (bookseller), 154, 195, 218
Parssinen, T. M., 209
Pattison, William (Norwich radical), 217
Pearce, John (LCS member and attorney), 99100
Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, 167, 230
Perry, James (editor), 4, 152
Perry, Sampson, 7, 21, 87, 116, 119121, 123, 214215
trial, see trials
petitioning, 13, 31, 58, 63, 66, 9091, 9496, 161, 164, 202, 210
Philanthropic Society, 75
Philp, Mark, 7, 91, 155, 191194, 204, 209
Picture of the Times, 223
Pigott, Charles, 4, 1314, 23, 123, 127, 131149, 157, 160, 162, 183, 194, 202, 213
as ‘Louse’, 131132, 135, 146
writings
Female Jockey Club, 4, 144145, 221
Jockey Club, 84, 87, 131, 134139, 143145, 224
Memoirs of Mrs Coghlan, 143144
New Hoyle, or the general repository of games, 143
Persecution!!!, 141142, 222, 224225, 233
Political Dictionary, 131, 145147, 221, 228
Strictures on … Burke, 133134, 142
System of Nature, see Holbach, Baron d'
Treachery no Crime, 134, 139140, 142, 224
Pigott, Harriet, 219
Pigott, Robert, 131134
Liberty of the Press, 219, 225
New Information and Lights, 133
Pigott, William, 222
Pig's Meat (1793–5), 24, 81, 103, 105, 154155, 157, 196, 208, 226, see also Spence, Thomas and Lee, Richard ‘Citizen’
Pindar, Tommy Junior (pseud.), 104
Pinetti, Signor Giuseppi (conjuror), 119
Piozzi, Hester Thrale, 114, 124
Pitchford, John (Norwich radical)
‘On Tyrannicide’, 162, see also Lee, Richard ‘Citizen’
Pitt, William, 11, 1314, 2022, 32, 48, 63, 95, 105, 108, 119120, 125, 157158, 160165, 193, 195, 218, 220
Pittachio satires, 14, 105, see also Merry, Robert
Pitti-Clout & Dun-Cuddy, 127, 162
Place, Francis, 3, 21, 2628, 35, 38, 44, 48, 54, 62, 8283, 91, 189, 202
Autobiography, 35, 47, 83, 193, 197
Pocock's Everlasting Songster, 53, see also toasts and toasting and songs
Political Correspondence, or, Letters to a country Gentleman, 115
Political Miscellanies, 119, 125
Politician (London Corresponding Society), 7, 23, 25, 102104, 182, 217
Politics for the People (1793–5), 24, 34, 40, 97, 103, 155, 172, 211, 224, 227, see also Eaton, Daniel Isaac
Poole, Steve, 201
Pop-gun plot, 104, 218
Pope, Alexander, 40
Portsmouth Society for Reform (Portsmouth ‘Friends of the People’), 204
Powell, [Mrs] (wife of James Powell), 4344, 4748, 54
Powell, James (informer), 4344, 5758, 105, 154, 156, 164, 210
Narcotic and Private Theatricals, The, 197
Preston, Thomas (LCS member), 21
Life and Opinions, The, 36
Price, Leah, 35
Priestley, Joseph, 115, 119, 215
Priestman, Martin, 223
print magic, 1, 89, 11, 29, 3342, 85, 109, 117, 167168, 171, 173, 182
print shops and bookshops, 20, 45, 55, 5859, 148, 192
Debrett, John, 192
Eaton, Daniel Isaac (Cock and Swine), 10, 1314, 200
Gurney, Martha, 200
Lee, Richard ‘Citizen’ (Chestnut Street), 166
Lee, Richard ‘Citizen’ (Tree of Liberty), 14, 148149, 158, 160, 162, 227228
Ridgway, James, 192
Temple Yard, 80
Prisons and imprisonment, 4, 10, 24, 45, 47, 50, 5658, 60, 95, 98, 103105, 132, 135, 141, 144, 153154, 164, 181182, 234
Edinburgh, 58
King’s Bench, 120
New Compter, 140
New York jail, 165, 230
Newgate, 5859, 63, 66, 138140, 142143, 145, 165, 197198, 224
Paris, 123
Privy Council and Councillors, 31, 52, 58, 100, 212, 226, 231
Prophetic Vision, or Daniel's Great Image, 226
Protestant Association, 31, 63, 66, 69, 155
Public Advertiser, 132133, 222
Radcliffe, William (editor, husband of Ann Radcliffe), 189
Ramsey, William (shorthand writer), 233
Rancière, Jacques, 188
Raven, James, 35
Rawdon, Lord (Francis Rawdon Hastings), 207
Rediker, Marcus, 14, 204
Reeves, John, 10, 8384, 88, 179, 181
Reid, William Hamilton, 45, 83, 143, 150, 152153, 164, 169
‘Hum! Hum! A New Song’, 5, 189
Rise and dissolution of the infidel societies in this metropolis, 5, 223, 226
Rendall, Jane, 206
Report of a Debate on Universal Suffrage, 220
Revolution of 1688, 21, 82
Revolution Society
Abstract of the history and proceedings of the Revolution Society, An 208
anniversary dinners, 8182
Rhees, Morgan John (Baptist minister), 167, 230
Richardson, Samuel, 147
Clarissa, 147
Richmond, Duke of (Charles Lennox), 24, 62, 90, 95, 194, 204
Richter, Henry (engraver and painter), 143
Richter, John (LCS member), 97, 99, 101, 105, 234
Ridgway, James (bookseller), 50, 87, 133, 136, 138139, 143, 192, 194, 203, 215216, 219, 223, 233
Rights of the Devil 162
Ritson, Joseph, 181
Robespierre, Maximilien, 15, 123, 138, 175
Robinson, George (bookseller), 125
Roe, Michael, 193, 201, 216
Rogers, Nicholas, 219, 221
Rogers, Rachel, 206207, 210, 216
Rogers, Samuel, 4, 117, 123, 125, 127, 129, 142, 215, 217218
Roland, Manon, 76
Rolliad, 189, 215
Romaine, William (Calvinist minister), 225
Rose, George (politician), 120
Rose, Jonathan, 35
Rous, George (MP), 117, 198
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 1112, 134, 224
Confessions, 147
Émile, 157
Social Contract, 11, 34
Royal Proclamations, 45, 84, 171, 174
Rushton, Edward (abolitionist), 167
Russell, John, 141, 180
Russell, William, 141
Saltmarsh, John (seventeenth-century preacher)
Free Grace, 226
Sands, Robert (of Perth), 2
satire, 9, 3940, 4950, 63, 77, 87, 105, 113, 118120, 122, 125127, 132, 135, 148149, 157, 160162, 214
Scott, John (Attorney General), 164
Scottish Friends of the People, 95
Scottish ‘Martyrs’, 3, 21, 147, 180
Scottish Presbyterianism, 4, 15, 6566
Scrivener, Michael, 199, 201, 235
Sedgwick, Thomas (singer and actor), 214
Seed, John, 203
Selkirk, Earl of (Dunbar Douglas), 72
Sennet, Richard, 190
September Massacres, 121, 137
Seward, William, 198
Sharp, William (engraver), 100
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 23, 48, 114, 117, 124, 131, 137, 161162, 174, 215, 229, 232233
Shield, William (musician), 115
Siddons, Sarah, 114
Sidney, Algernon, 13, 34, 141, 180
Sinclair, Charles (SCI member), 59, 96, 124
Siskin, Clifford, 190191
Skirving, William, 9596
trial, see trials
Smith, John (LCS bookseller), 30, 9798, 102105, 154, 200, 212
Smith, Martin John, 215, 217, 221
Society for Constitutional Information (SCI), 3, 5, 79, 11, 13, 2225, 31, 40, 43, 48, 5152, 7277, 84, 90, 96, 100, 105, 119121, 125, 173, 182, 209, 216
anniversary dinner (May 1794), 2627, 5152
Society for Moral and Political Knowledge, 5
Society of the Friends of the People, 72, 7475, 87, 90, 121, 137, 173, 217, 220
Proceedings of the Society of the Friends of the People, 216
Solomonescu, Yasmin, 201, 232, 235
songs, 3, 5, 8, 10, 12, 26, 28, 31, 34, 5253, 7884, 102, 118, 168, 176, 189, 199, 231
Songster’s Companion, 214, see also songs
The Spectator, 192, see also Addison, Joseph
Speech at the Whig Club, A, 4950, see also Fox, Charles James
Spence, Thomas, 25, 81, 89, 103, 105, 157, 200, 208, 218
‘Examples of Safe Printing’, 4142
land plan, 25, 89
trial, see trials
Spenser, Edmund
Faerie Queene, The, 42
spies and surveillance, 26, 2829, 4346, 49, 54, 57, 78, 84, 101, 123, 142, 165, 178, 183, 197
St Clair, William, 190
St John, Andrew (friend of Charles James Fox), 198
Stanhope, Earl (Charles Stanhope), 3638, 40, 101
Steedman, Carolyn, 188
Stephens, Alexander (biographer), 119, 192, 215
Sterne, Lawrence, 116, 172
Steven [Stevens], James (minister), 65, 6768, 150, 154, 203
Stevenson, John (trial witness), 203
Stewart, Dugald (philosopher), 205
Stockport Friends of Universal Peace and the Rights of Man, 90
Sturt, Charles (MP), 162164, 225
Suarez, Michael, 190
‘Such Things Are’ (Moral and Political Magazine), 197
Sun, 50
Swift, Jonathan, 40
Symonds, H. D. (bookseller), 87, 122, 138139, 154, 194, 197, 203, 221, 223, 233
Symonds, Thomas, 52
Tasso, 156
taverns and alehouses, 3, 12, 4347, 49, 53, 5557, 64, 76, 85
The Bell, 8
The Cock and Crown, 45
The Crown and Anchor, 26, 50, 5152, 117
The King's Arms, Cornhill, 56
Taylor, [Mrs], 200
Taylor, George, 116
Taylor, John (bigamist and spy), 99, 178179, 199, 211, 213, 228, 231, 233
Taylor, John, (journalist and oculist), 115, 117, 127
Records of My Life, 213, 218
The Telegraph, 7, 115, 127128, 218
Admirable Satire on the Death … of Mr Pitt, 160161
Terry, Garnett (bookseller), 153
Test and Corporation Acts, 31, 67, 151
Tewkesbury Society, 2, 8, 9293, 95
Thale, Mary, 55, 199
theatre and theatres, 9, 13, 45, 57, 113, 116, 118, 168169, 180, 185, 192, 218
Covent Garden, 115, 118119, 178, 199, 206
Drury Lane, 206
Haymarket, 231
Opera House, 114
Royal Theatre, Haymarket, 179180
Thelwall, Cecile
Life of John Thelwall, 53, 169, 171173
Thelwall, John, 12, 45, 8, 1011, 14, 2021, 2324, 2728, 3639, 4344, 47, 5357, 59, 6163, 71, 7374, 8283, 8688, 92, 9799, 101, 104106, 109, 142, 147, 150, 152, 156, 167187, 189, 191, 197, 200201, 205, 210, 212, 214, 218, 226
lectures, 39, 54, 141, 174188, 228, 231
Essay on Animal Vitality, 172, 180
King Chanticlere, 4041, 172, 180
On Prosecutions for Pretended Treason, 211
On the moral tendency of a system of spies and informers, 175, 180, 183
Sketches of the history of prosecutions for political opinion, 3738, 184, 233
trial, see trials
writings
Biographical and Imperial Magazine, see Biographical and Imperial Magazine
Daughter of Adoption, 62, 211, 235
Incas, 169
Incle and Yarico, 169, 199
Mr Thelwall’s Letter to Francis Jeffray, 235
Mr Thelwall’s reply to the calumnies, 235
Natural and Constitutional Right, 105, 181182, 186, 209, 232
Ode to science, 231
Orlando and Almeyda, 231
Peripatetic, 56, 172, 174, 180, 184
Poems Chiefly Written in Retirement, 186187, 201
Poems on Various Subjects, 169
Poems Written in Close Confinement, 182184
Rights of Nature, 38, 171, 186187
Sober Reflections, 235
The Tribune, see The Tribune
Thelwall, Susan, 10, 5359, 174, 183, 231, 234
Thompson, E. P., 3, 12, 20, 62, 150, 188, 235
Thompson, Josiah (minister), 67
Thompson, Judith, 187, 201, 231, 235
Thomson [Thompson], George (music collector), 3
Thomson, James, 156157
Thomson [Thompson], Robert (LCS songwriter), 3, 5, 7884, 87, 122, 201
Burke's Address to the Swinish Multitude, 81
God Save the Rights of Man, 7881, 89
Tribute to Liberty, 10, 53, 7982, 193, 207
Thomson [Thompson], Sarah, 58
The Times, 56, 116, 118, 144145, 179, 198, 214, 223224, 229
Toast Master, 5253, see also Toasts and toasting
toasts and toasting, 3, 8, 10, 12, 2627, 4950, 5253, 78, 8283, 140, 210
Tomahawk, 214
Tooke, John Horne, 233
Topham, Edward (editor), 114115, 206
Towers, Joseph (Dissenting minister), 103
Townly, William (editor), 104
treason, 1, 9, 21, 31, 65, 69, 88, 101102, 108, 160161, 164, 176, 181182, see also trials
Treasury Solicitor, 43, 58, 68, 84, 138, 150, 153, 178, 204
trials, 23, 43, 78, 89, 102, 141, 200
Belcher, James, 221
Eaton, Daniel Isaac, 13, 37, 4041, 89, 224, 232
Frost, John, 49, 141
Gerrald, Joseph, 9697
Gordon, Lord George, 90
Hardy, Thomas, 65, 9091, 155, 203204, 206, 226, 233
Lee, Richard ‘Citizen’, 225
Margarot, Maurice, 96
Paine, Thomas, 40, 49, 8486
Perry, Sampson, 120121, 209, 215
Skirving, William, 96
Spence, Thomas, 40
Thelwall, John, 23, 104, 158, 176, 180, 182, 212, 233
treason trials (1794), 4, 2123, 43, 5253, 58, 61, 82, 88, 92, 9899, 102105, 124125, 129, 154, 160, 173, 178, 180, 194, 226
Yorke, Henry ‘Redhead’, 191
The Tribune (1795–6), 184, 188, 196, 211, 232, 234235
True Briton, 193, 213, 217, 229
True Copy of an Extraordinary Indictment dropped by an Attorney General, 60
Turner, Daniel (Baptist minister), 67
Turner, David (president of Westminster Forum), 47
Short History of the Westminster Forum, A, 197, 202
Two Acts (1795), 12, 5, 12, 16, 20, 22, 3839, 45, 108, 129, 141, 149, 161162, 168, 184, 187
Twomey, Richard J., 230
United Friends of Religious and Civil Liberty, 107, 225, 229
United Societies, Norwich, 90
University of Cambridge, 142
Trinity Hall, 132
University of Edinburgh, 205
Upton, Thomas (informer), 102
Vaughan, Felix (attorney), 103
Vellum, Jack (brother of Susan Thelwall), 232
Vincent, David, 196, 208
Volney, 107
Ruins of Empire, 164, 166, 230
Wagner, Corinna, 54
Wahrman, Dror, 189
Wakefield, Gilbert, 223
Spirit of Christianity, 231
Walne, George (LCS member, Thomas Hardy's brother-in-law), 23, 30, 32, 67, 94, 201
Divine Warrants … of the Fellowship Society, 6667, see also Fellowship Society
Walpole, Horace, 115
Walsh, James (Bow Street Officer), 55
Walvin, James, 191, 194, 204
Warner, Michael, 13, 3435, 39, 70, 190, 195196
Warner, William, 8, 190191
Warning to judges, 105
Washington, George, 230
Watson, Robert (LCS member and Lord George Gordon's secretary), 147, 202
Life of … Gordon 202, 224
Watts, Isaac (Independent minister), 170
Weinstein, Benjamin, 204
Wells, Becky (actress), 114
Werkmeister, Lucyle, 119, 200, 209, 218
Wharton, John (MP), 52
What Makes a Libel? A Fable, 41, see also Eaton, Daniel Isaac
Wheeler, James
Rose of, The Sharon: A Poem, 151
Whelan, Tim, 200, 225
Whig Club, 4950, 52, 56, see also Speech at the Whig Club
Whim of the day, 214, see also songs
White’s Hotel, 121, see also British Club
Whitehall Evening Post, 223
Whole proceedings on the King’s commission, 222
Whyman, Susan, 196
Wilberforce, William, 68
Wilde, John (professor), 135136, 138
Wilkes agitation (1760s), 21, 32
Williams, ‘Citizen’ (engraver), 102
Williams, David (political theorist), 11, 7578, 95, 115, 117, 192, 213
Lessons to a young prince, 77
Letters on political liberty, 207
Observations sur la dernière constitution de France, 77
Royal Recollections of a Tour to Cheltenham, 207
Williams, Helen Maria, 44, 213
Williams, John, 216
Wilson, Kathleen, 193
Wilson, Walter, 203
History and Antiquities of Dissenting Churches, 67
Winterbotham, William (Baptist minister), 66, 194
Historical … view of the Chinese Empire 194, 203
Selection of Poems and Moral Sacred, A, 214
Wollstonecraft, Mary, 124, 213
Rights of Woman, 60, 161
Woolley, Joseph (stocking-maker and autobiographer), 188
Wordsworth, William, 62, 186187
‘Salisbury Plain’, 127
World (news paper), 51, 76, 113, 115, 117, 119, 123, 208
Worrall, David, 116, 194, 197, 215, 218
Worship, William (LCS member and engraver), 102
Yateman, Matthew (apothecary), 48
York, Duke of (Prince Frederick), 137, 143144
Yorke, Henry ‘Redhead’, 15, 191
Thoughts on Civil Government, 29
Young, Edward, 156157
Young, Philip, 223