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Index from Cultures of Radicalism in Britain and Ireland

Index from Cultures of Radicalism in Britain and Ireland

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Index from Cultures of Radicalism in Britain and Ireland, published by Pickering & Chatto
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INDEX
1798 rebellion, 4–6, 18, 49, 149, 152–3Abolitionist movement, 70, 109–12Act o Union (1707), 74, 76–7
 Adam’s Weekly Courant 
, 114Adams, John, 53Adams, Tomas R., 30Aikin, John, 65Aldermen o Skinner’s Alley Society, 54, 55alienation, 14, 16Alison, Sir Archibald, 86, 92–3Almon, John, 52Anderson, Christopher, 132
 Antijacobin Review and Magazine
, 161anti-war poetry, 113, 115, 117–18, 124–7Association or Discountenancing Vice, 131astrology, 34–5, 117Baker, Keith Michael, 12Barbauld, Anna Letitia, 65Barnard, oby, 8Barnes, Edward, 111Barrell, John, 5, 83
 Imagining the King’s Death
, 73Bate, Henry, 55Bayley, Christopher, 3Bebbington, David, 99Beddoes, Tomas, 66–7
 Belast News-Letter 
, 88–9, 90, 92, 160belie structures, 21–2Bengel, J. A., 105Berry, Walter, 71Bickham, roy, 32Black, Joseph, 66–7Black, Ronald, 140Blacklock, Tomas, 56Blackwood, William, 167
 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine
, 24, 159,161–7Bonaparte, Napoleon, 147, 151–2, 154, 163Boswell, James, 56Bowen, George, 100–1Brainerd, David, 107Braxeld, Lord, 64Brewer, John, 49, 50–1Brewster, Rev. Patrick, 90British and Foreign Bible Society, 132British Constitution, 25, 28
 British Critic 
, 160–1Brooke, Charlotte,
 Reliques o Irish Poetry
,130, 140–2Brown, Matthew, 73–4Browne, Arthur, 12Buchanan, Dugald,
 Laoidhe Spioradail 
, 134bureaucracy, 14Burke, Edmund, 17, 56‘Burnomania’, 79Burns, Robertcelebration o, 79, 84, 86–90, 92–4‘Does Haughty Gaul’, 85inuence o, 80–2, 83–4and literary magazines, 160and Lord Daer, 63, 64monument to, 86, 90–1 popularity o, 79, 82–3 portrayal o, 80–1, 85, 89–90, 92–4‘Te Address o Beelzebub’, 88‘Te Cotter’s Saturday Night’, 21, 85,86–8‘Te wa Dogs’, 21, 83–4Bute, Lord, 49, 50–1, 52, 53–4, 59Butler, Rev. Tomas, 2Byrne, Patrick, 141
 
244
Cultures o Radicalism in Britain and Ireland 
‘Ça Ira’ (song), 1, 19–20
Caledonian Chronicle
, 71Callaghan, John, 152Callendar, Alexander, 75
Cambrian
, 114Campbell, Duncan,
 Nuadh Orain Ghailach
,23, 143–4Campbell, Ilay, 69Carey, William, 109Cartwright, Major John, 72Castle party, 52catechisms, 142–3Catholicismand clash with establishment, 18and emergence o Republicanism, 15and French Revolution, 121and polarization o Enlightenment,13–14and Protestant Association, 56–7and Relie Acts, 7, 55–7and Whiggism, 51, 53Chapter House Philosophical Society, 67, 69Charles, Tomas, 105, 109, 132Chartism, 81, 84, 88, 90
Chartist Circular 
, 90
Chester Chronicle
, 113, 114–17Christie, Tomas, 71Churchill, Charles, 54, 59‘Clapham Sect’, 99, 108Clark, J. C. D., 15Cleghorn, James, 161‘Cockney School’, 24, 159, 163–7Colley, Linda, 49, 50–1, 64
 Britons: Forging the Nation
, 4Connolly, Sean, 60‘constitutional revolution’, 10Conway, Stephen, 26Cork, 5–6
Cork Gazette
, 145, 149corruption, 35–7, 46, 54Cothi, omos Glyn, 120, 126‘HYMN to be sung on a day o ast by the riends o mankind’, 124–5Covenanters, 92, 94Cowdroy, William, 116Cox, Jefrey, 164Cox, Walter,
 Irish Magazine
, 146Craik, Proessor G. L., 93criminal legislation, 10–11Croker, Tomas Croon, 153Cromek, R. H.,
 Reliques o Robert Burns
, 85Cugoana, Quobna Ottobah, 108Cullen, Louis, 5, 60Culloden Volunteers, 53Culloden, Battle o (1746), 51, 53Cumberland, Duke o, 51Cunningham, Waddell, 57Currie, James, 85
Works o Robert Burns
, 82Curtin, Nancy, 129, 142, 146, 150, 157
Cylch-grawn Cynmraeg 
, 123–4Daer, Lord (Basil William Douglas)as abolitionist, 70death o, 64education o, 65–6and electoral reorm, 69–70and French Revolution, 66, 72–3health o, 67, 75as landowner, 68–9and reorm movement, 70–6and scientic discovery, 63–4, 66–7and Scottish Enlightenment, 63, 67–8and union, 21, 64–5, 68, 74–5, 76–7Darnton, Robert, 16Davies, David, 120–1Davies, John, 114Deenders, 2, 18, 49, 143democratization, 7–8Dewar, Daniel,
Observations on the Char- acter, Customs, and Superstitions o the Irish
, 132Disruption (1843), 81distribution o political ideas, 19–20, 22–3Donnelly, James, 129, 130Dozer, Donald, 12Drennan, William, 2
 Dublin Evening Post 
, 54, 57, 149
 Dublin Mercury
, 62
 Dublin Morning Post 
, 54, 57Dudith, Andrew, 121Duigenan, Patrick, 61Dumries Volunteers, 82Dun, Alexander, 52Dundas, Robert, 75Dunne, om, 130
 
 
 Index 
245Durey, Michael, 19Dyson, Jeremiah, 52Eagleton, erry, 113Eberle-Sinatra, Michael, 165Edinburgh Friends o the People, 70–1
 Edinburgh Gazetteer 
, 71
 Edinburgh Review
, 24, 161–3Edinburgh Speculative Society, 67Edwards, Jonathan, 107Edwards, Tomas, ‘Ymddiddan rhwng Gwraig yr Hwsmon a Gwraig y Shi-opwr’, 45–7Egmont, Battle o (1799), 135, 143Elias, John, 111–12Eliot, John, 107Ellis, David, 37–8Ellul, Jacques, 6–7Emmet, Dr Tomas Addis, 67Eneld, William, 65Enlightenment, 3–5, 11, 13–14, 18–20,110, 121Equiano, Olaudah, 108Erskine, David Stewart, 135Erskine, Henry, 70Eryri, Daydd Ddu, ‘Ode on Liberty’, 123Evans, Evan, ‘On the Court o Ivor theGenerous’, 123–4Evans, Tomas, 114
 Examiner 
, 159–60, 162–6Farge, Arlette, 12Fay, John, 2Ferguson, Adam, 66nancial revolution, 10Fisher, Andrew, 84Fitzgerald, Garrett, 130Flood, Henry, 13Foot, Paul, 166Franklin, Benjamin, 29–30‘Rattlesnakes or elons’, 33Free Citizens o Dublin, 51, 54
 Freeman’s Journal 
, 52, 56reemasonry, 81–2French, Richard, 12Gaelic language texts, 130, 132–44Garnham, Neal, 10George III, King, 26, 51, 54Gerrald, Joseph, 73–4, 75Giford, William, 161Gilllan, Rev. George, 92–3Gilmartin, Kevin, 163Glan-y-gors, Jac, 115–17, 122, 125‘A Welsh hymn, to be sung on the ast-day’, 116
Seren an Gwmmwl 
, 121
Glasgow Argus
, 89Glorious Revolution (1688), 25, 28Gordon, Lord George, 55–7Grant, Peter,
 Dain Spioradail 
, 134Grattan, Henry, 13Grey, Charles, 64–5, 76Gronniosaw, Ukawsaw, 108Grose, Francis,
 Dictionary o the Vulgar ongue
, 164Gryfydd, Hugh, ‘Cywydd o the story o Pennsylvania in America’, 118‘Gwilym’, ‘Song o Liberty’, 125–6Haddo, Lord, 69Hall, Sir James, 72–3Hamilton, Tomas, 86, 91handloom weavers, 82–4Hardiman, James,
 Irish Minstrelsy
, 140Hardy, Tomas, 71Harney, Julian, 90, 91
 Harp o Erin
, 6, 145Harris, Howel, 95–7, 104, 109Harris, John, ‘Te Dream o John o the Hill,Llandeilo Fawr, and his Dog Cupid’,118–19Hasting, Warren, 54Hastings, Selina (Lady Huntingdon), 95–8,99–100, 101, 106–9Havel, Vaclav, 76Hayden, John O., 161Hayes, Michael, 151–2Hayton, David, 60Hely-Hutchinson, John, 8
 Hereord Journal 
, 114
 Hibernian Journal 
, 52, 54, 55, 58–9, 60Higgins, David, 162Hodgson, Francis, 161Holmes, Richard, 63Home, John,
 Douglas
, 62

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