Englishmen in the French Revolution
JOHN G. ALGER,
author of "the new paris sketch book."
SAMPSON LOW, MARSTON, SEARLE & RIVINGTON,
St. Dunstan's House,
fetter lane, fleet street, e.c.
ballantyne, hanson and co.
edingburgh and london
|Lord Massareene—Capt. Whyte—Playfair—Blackwell—H.
Priestley—Lord Liverpool—Dr. Rigby—Macdonagh—
|Duke of Dorset—Lord R. Fitzgerald—Earl Gower—Huskisson
—Mrs. Freeman Shepherd—Potter—Lydia Kirkham
|Stone—Helen Williams—Mary Wollstonecraft—Oswald—
|Palmerston—Insults and Ovations—Clarkson—Wordsworth—
|Anglophobia—Ex-royal mistresses—Luttrell—Pit's kinsmen—
Pamphleteers—Kilmaine—Nunneries and Colleges
Grey—Elizabeth Plunkett—Mrs. Thicknesse—Baron de
Bode—Colleges and Nunneries—Manufacturers
|Swinburne—Malmesbury—Prisoners of War—Anglomania—
Sir Sidney Smith—Wright—Barclay—Mrs. Dayrell
|A. Letter of Sir W. Codrington||291|
|B. Narrative of Paris Benedictine Nuns||300|
|C. Narrative of Cambray Benedictine Nuns||310|
|D. Capt. Whyte, the Bastille Prisoner||333|
|E. List of Prisoners in 1793||334|
|F. List of Prisoners in 1803||354|
|Index of Names||359|
∵ I am much indebted to the Proprietors of the Edinburgh Review for permission to incorporate in this book two articles which appeared in that journal in October 1887 and July 1888, and which form a considerable portion of chapters 1 to 9. I am also under obligations to Sir W. Codrington, Bart., and to the Rev. W. Forbes Leith, S. J., for unpublished narratives given in the Appendix; Mr. W. W. Vaughan has favoured me with information respecting his ancestor; and I have courteously been allowed to make researches at the Record Office, at the Hotel des Archives, Paris, and at the Paris Prefecture of Police.