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ACCURACY OF JUDGMENT.—“ Nothing is such an enemy,

&c.” Thoughts and Details on Scarcity. Vol. vii. 388
Acts of GRACE." I never relished acts of grace, &c.”

Speech at Bristol, previous to the Election. Vol. iii...378
ADVICE.—" If I were to venture, &c.” Letter to a

Member of the National Assembly. Vol. vi..... 52
AFFECTION.-" There is nothing interesting, &c.”

Speech on Economical Reform. Vol. iii....... 282
AMBITION.-" The same sun which gilds, &c.” Obser-

vations on a late State of the Nation. Vol.ii ......... 91
AMERICA—" As long as Europe, &c.Letters on a

Regicide Peace. Let. iii. Vol. viii....
ANALOGIES.—“ I am not of opinion, &c.” Letter to W.
Elliot, Esq. Vol. vii....

366
“ In all speculations, &c." Letters on a Regicide
Peace. Let. i, Vol. viii...........

.... 78
FESTIVE ANNIVERSARIES. :-" The appointment of festive,

&c.” Thoughts on French Affairs. Vol. vii........... 75
APPEALS TO THE POOR.—“The ground of a political, &c.

Observations on the Conduct of the Minority, vol. vii. 262
ARBITRARY POWER—" Arbitrary power is so much, &c"

Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs. Vol. vi... 202-3
“ It is by lying dormant.” Letter to the Sheriffs of
Bristol. Vol. iii......

151
ARISTOCRACY." A true natural aristocracy, &c."

Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs. Vol. vi... 217
ATHEISM.-" We know, and it is our pride, &c.” Re-

flections on the Revolution in France. Vol. V...... 174
" Boldness formerly was not, &c.” Thoughts on
French Affairs. Vol. vii......

58
“ Of all men the most dangerous, &c.” Thoughts on
French Affairs. Vol. vii...

61
“ They who have made but, &c." Letters on a Regicide
Peace. Let. ii. Vol. viii...

237
I call it atheism by establishment, &c.” Letters on

a Regicide Peace. Let, i. Vol. viii...
AUTHORITY.-" There is nothing certain, &c.” Speech
on the Nabob of Arcot's debts. Vol. iv.....

198

170

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BONDS OF NATIONS.--"The operation of dangerous, &c.”

Letters on Regicide Peace. Let, i, vol. viii.......... 180
Books." Nothing ought to be more weighed, &c."

Letter to a Member of the National Assembly.
Vol. vi.........

29
Bribery.--" It is by bribing,&c.” Speech on the Nabob
of Arcot's debts. Vol. iv........

315
PROSCRIPTION OF CATHOLICS.

.-" This way of proscribing
citizens, &c.” Speech at Bristol previous to the
Election. Vol. iii....

418
“ This way of proscribing men, &c.” Letter to Sir

H. Langrishe. Vol. vi........
“ I know well that there is a cant, &c.” Letter to a

Noble Lord on the Penal Laws. Vol. vi. ............ 275
“ Bad laws are the worst sort, &c.” Speech at Bristol
previous to the Election. Vol. ij...

390
" The taking away of a vote, &c.Letter to a noble
Lord, on the Penal Laws. Vol. vi....

279
If property be artificially, &c.” Letter to Sir H.
Langrishe. Vol. vi......

315
" The question is not whether, &c.” Remarks on the
Policy of the Allies. Vol. vii......

175
CHANGE.-“ We must all obey, &c.” Letter to Sir H.
Langrishe. Vol. vi...........

369
CHARACTERS OF MEN.—“ It is in the relaxation, &c."

Letter to a Member of the National Assembly.
vol. vi.........

26
CHARITY.-“Without all doubt charity,” &c. Thoughts
and Details on Scarcity. Vol. vii......

391
" It is better to cherish, &c.” Reflections on the Re-
volution in France. Vol. V.......

196
CHARTERS." If the bank should, &c.” Speech on Mr.
Fox's East India Bill. Vol. iv.

127
POLITICAL CHEATS._"Cheats and deceivers never, &c.

Letter to a Member of the National Assembly.
Vol. vi............

10
CHURCH ESTABLISHMENT OF ENGLAND." First I beg

leave to speak, &c.” Reflections on the Revolution in
France. Vol. v...

176

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CHURCH ESTATES." With regard to the estates, &c."

Reflections on the Revolution in France. Vol. v ...... 295
CIRCULATION OF MONEY.--" Circulation of money is a,

&c.” Thoughts on French Affairs. Vol. vii............ 49
CLAMOUR OF CITIZENS, &C.-" The cry of the people in

cities, &c.” Thoughts and Details on Scarcity.
Vol. vii...............

391
CLASSIFICATION OF CITIZENS.-" The legislators who

framed, &c.” Reflections on the Revolution in
France. Vol. v

380
CLERGY OF FRANCE." When my occasions took me,

&c.Reflections on the Revolution in France.
Vol. V.......

265
COLONIAL OBEDIENCE.-" In large bodies the circula-

tion, &c.” Speech on Conciliation with America.
Vol. iji.....

57
COMPETENCE. CIRCUMSTANCES. PRUDENCE.-" In matters

of state, Sc.” Letters on a Regicide Peace. Let. i.
Vol. viii..

139
“ Men of sense when new projects, &c." Observa-

tions on a late State of the Nation. Vol. ii......... 131
It is indeed difficult, &c.” Reflections on the Re-
volution in France. Vol. v...

57
I cannot stand forward, &c.” · Reflections on the
Revolution in France. Vol. v. .....

35
“ What a number of faults, &c.” Letter to a Member
of the National Assembly. Vol. vi......

57
“ As if the same end may not, &c.” Observations on
a late State of the Nation. Vol. ii.....

132
“ The world of contingency, &c.” Thoughts on French
Affairs. Vol. vii.....

50
" Thus the two very difficult, &c.” Observations on
a late State of the Nation. Vol. ii......

154
“ That discretion which, &c.” Letter to Sir H. Lang-
rishe. Vol. vi........

359
“ Lawyers I know cannot, &c.” Letter to the Sheriffs
of Bristol. Vol. iii.

144
Whether all this can be, &c.". Observations on a
late State of the Nation. Vol. ii....

170
“ No lines can be laid down, &c." Thoughts on the

Causes of the present Discontents. Vol. ii....

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“ The practical consequences, &c.” Appeal from the
New to the Old Whigs. Vol. vi...

210
“ The rules and definitions, &c.” Letters on a Regi-
cide Peace. Let, i. Vol. viii...

87
The decisions of prudence, &c.” Letter to Sir H.
Langrishe. Vol. vi....

309
It is not worth our while, &c.” Appeal from the New
to the Old Whigs. Vol. vi......

97
“ There is a courageous wisdom, &c.” Letters on a
Regicide Peace. Let. i. Vol. viii...

86-7
" There are many things, &c.” Letters on a Regicide
Peace. Let. i. Vol. viii.....

198
« Falsehood and delusion, &c.” Letters on a Regicide
Peace, Let. i. Vol. viii....

208
“ If the prudence of reserve, &c.” Reflections on the

Revolution in France. Vol. v... .....
ACTING IN CONCERT.-" He who calls in the aid, &c."

Substance of a speech on the Army Estimates.
Vol. V.............

10
CONCESSION.--" Great and acknowledged force, &c.

Speech on Conciliation with America. Vol. iii...... 34
“ Terror is not always, &c.” Speech on Conciliation
with America. Vol. iii.....

47
“ A concession in which, &c.” Letter to Sir H. Lang-
rishe. Vol. vi.......

351
CONSISTENCY:-“ He who thinks that the British, &c.

Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs. Vol. vi...... 113
THE CONSTITUTION.-" The whole scheme of our, &c."

Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs. Vol. vi... 258
“ Our coustitution is not, &c.” Letter to Sir H.
Langrishe, Vol. vi......

310
“ It is one excellence, &c.” Letter to Sir H. Lang-
rishe. Vol. vi.....

370
" The British state is, &c." Letters on a Regicide
Peace. Let. ii. Vol. viii....

252
I think our happy, &c.” Reflections on the Revolu-
tion in France. Vol. v.........

436
“ The British constitution may, &c.” Appeal from
the New to the Old Whigs. Vol. vi.............

261
New CONSTITUTIONS.--" Old establishments are tried,

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&c." Reflections on the Revolution in France.
Vol. v... ............

310
CONDUCT OF CONSTITUENTS to MEMBERS.-“ Look gen-

tlemen to the whole, &c.” Speech at Bristol previous
to the Election. Vol. iii...

359
“ I must

beg leavejust, &c.” Speech at Bristol previous
to the Election. Vol. iii.......

358
CONSTITUTIONALISTS OP FRANCE." I have seen some of

those, &c.” Remarks on the Policy of the Allies.
Vol. vii...

159
CONTEMPT.--" Contempt is not a thing, &c.” Letters
on a Regicide Peace. Let. iii. Vol. viii..

331
CONTRACT.-" To avoid frittering, &c.” Speech on the
Economical Reform. Vol. iii.....

285
CONVERSION." I speak for myself, &c.” Remarks
on the Policy of the Allies. Vol. vii...

178
CORPORATE BODIES." In most questions of state, &c.”

Reflections on the Revolution in France. Vol. v... 284-5
" In a question of reformation, &c.” Reflections on
the Revolution in France. Vol. V.........

294
CREDIT.-". Credit cannot exist, &c.” Speech on
the Economical Reform. Vol. iii....

241
CRIMES SHOULD NOT BE CONFOUNDED. — “ The persons who

make, &c." Letters to the Sheriffs of Bristol.
Vol. ji.......

137
CROWN ESTATES." A landed estate is, &c.” Speech
on the Economical Reform. Vol. iii....

271
DARKNESS.--" Those despotic governments.” On the
Sublime and Beautiful. Vol. i.......

160
DEBTOR Laws.-" There are two capital faults, &c.”

Speech at Bristol previous to the Election. Vol. iii. 376
DEFENSIVE ALLIANCE." An offensive alliauce, &c."
Heads for Consideration, &c. Vol. vii........

113
DEFENSIVE WAR." It is in the nature, &c.” Thoughts

on French Affairs. Vol. vii.......
“ Alas! the few of us, &c.” Letters on a Regicide
Peace, Let. iij. Vol, vii,........

373

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