The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012 - 170 pages
Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: INDEX. Accidental things ought to be carefully dis- tinguished from permanent causes and effects, v. 234. Account, capital use of an, what, i. 511. Act of navigation, i. 373; ii. 30, 38. Acts of grace, impolicy of, it. 386. Acts of indemnity and oblivion, probable effects of, as a means of reconciling France to a monarchy, iv. 460. Addison, Mr., the correctness of his opin- ion of the cause of the grand effect of the rotund questioned, i. 150. his fine lines on honorable political connectiuns, i. 529. Administration, Short Account of a Late Short. (Marquis of llockinghain's, ) i. 263. censures on that administration, i. 379. state of public affairs at the time of its formation, i. 381. character and conduct of it, i. 388. idea of it respecting America, i. 397. remarks on its foreign negotiations, i. 412. character of a united administration, i. 419. of a disunited one, i. 425. the administration should be corre- spondent to the legislature, i. 471. Admiration, the first source of obedience, iv. 251. one of the principles which interest us in the characters of others, vii. 143 Adrian, first contracts the bounds of the Roman Empire, vii. 214. Advice, compulsive, from constituents, its authority first resisted by Mr. Burke, iv. 95. Adviser, duty of an, iv. 42. Agricola, Julius, character and conduct of, vii. 199. Aix, the Archbishop of, his offer of con- tribut .on, why refused by the French National Assembly, iii. 390. Aix-la-Chapelle, the treaty of, remarks on, v. 441. Akbar, the Emperor, obtains possession of Bengal, ix. 392. Alfred the Great, character and conduct of, vii. 261. his care and sagacity in improving the laws and institutions of Eng- land, vii. 432. Allegiance, ...
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