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DEFINITIONS.--" I have no great opinion, &c.” In-
troduction on Taste. Vol. i.........

97
DEMOCRATIC DOCTRINES. Great discontents fre-

quently, &c.” Appeal from the New to the Old
Whigs. Vol. vi..........

251
DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENTS.-" I reprobate no form

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

230
The democratic commonwealth, &c.” Appeal from
the New to the Old Whigs. Vol. vi.......

204
DEPOSITION OF SOVEREIGNS.--" The ceremony of cashier..

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

73
DESPOTISM." It is the nature of despotism, &c.”

Thoughts on the Cause of the present Discontents.
Vol. ii.......

231
DIFFICULTY.—“ Difficulty is a severe, &c.” Reflec-

tions on the Revolution in France. Vol. v... ......... 301
DIFFIDENCE. --" Oh! this modesty, &c.” Letter to W.
Elliot, Esq. Vol. vii......

371
DIGNITY AND ENERGY IN Politics.—" Magnanimity in

politics, &c.” Speech on Conciliation with America.
Vol. iii...

126
" If we make ourselves, &c.” Speech on the Nabob
of Arcot's debts. Vol. iv.....

201
“ It should stand as, &c.” Speech on American Tax-
ation. Vol. ij...

391
56 If we meet this dreadful, &c.Remarks on the
Policy of the Allies. Vol. vii..

166
“ Never was there a jar, &c.” Letters on a Regicide
Peace. Let iii. Vol. viii............

295
DISCONTENTS.-—" When men imagine, &c.” Thoughts

on the Cause of the present Discontents. Vol. ij... 276
DISTRESS. --" Great distress has never, &c.” Letter to

a Member of the National Assembly. Vol. vi......... 12
6. Those who have been once, &c.” Letter to a

Member of the National Assembly. Vol. vi......... 13
DISTRUST.--" There is no safety, &c.” Letter to a

Member of the National Assembly. Vol. vi......... 9

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« There are cases in which, &c.” Letter to a Member
of the National Assembly. Vol. vi.......

9
Some of old called, &c.” Remarks on the Policy of
the Allies. Vol. vii.........

166
DUTIES. -"Neither the few nor the many, &c.” Appeal

from the New to the Old Whigs. Vol. vi......... 201
.The situation of man, &c.” Speech on Mr. Fox's
East India Bill. Vol. iv......

44
DUTIES OF A MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT.—“ To be a good

member, &c.” Speech at the Conclusion of the
Poll. Vol. iji....

21
East INDIAN POSSESSIONS.—"The territorial possessions,

&c.” Motion relative to the Speech from the Throne.
Vol. iv...

160
“ I am certain that every, &c.” Speech on Mr. Fox's
East India Bill. Vol. iv.....

7
Economy.--" Mere parsimony is not, &c.” A Letter
to a Noble Lord. Vol, viii......

31
" Those who are bountiful, &c.” Speech on the Nabob
of Arcot's debts. Vol. iv......

205
War and economy are things, &c.Observations
on à late State of the Nation. Vol. ii.....

59
" Of all the public services, &c.” Observations on a
late State of the Nation. Vol. ii.....

104
EDUCATION.-" I have ever thought, &c." Letter to a

Peer of Ireland on the Penal Laws. Vol. vi......... 282
EMBASSIES FROM INDIVIDUALS.-" The legitimate and

sure, &c.” Observations on the Conduct of the Mi-
nority. Vol. vii........

227
ENGLAND. FRANCE. THE EMPEROR. THE EMPIRE." But

the great resource, &c.” Letters on a Regicide
Peace, Let. i. Vol. viii....

91
England, except during, &c.” Heads for Considera-
tion, &c.” Vol. vii.....

109
“ I wind up all in a full, &c.” Thoughts on French
Affairs. Vol. vii........

82
“ This general balance was, &c." Letters on a Regi-
cide Peace. Let. iii. Vol. viii....

337
It is always the interest, &c.” Thoughts on French
Affairs. Vol. vii.......

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“ I do not conceive, that, &c.” Letter to a Member
of the National Assembly. Vol. vi.......

23
“ As to the power of France, &c.” Remarks on the
Policy of the Allies. Vol. vii.....

179
“ Some of these nations, &c.” Remarks on the Policy
of the Allies. Vol. vii....

143
“ The emperor is the, &c.Heads for Consideration,
&c. Vol. vii...

107
“ If Europe does not conceive, &c.” Thoughts on
French Affairs. Vol. vii.......

27
“ I allow indeed that the, &c.” Speech on Concilia-
tion with America. Vol. iii...

118
ESTIMATION OF PROFESSIONS." The degree of estima-

tion, &c.” Reflections on the Revolution in France.
Vol. V.....

93
ETIQUETTE.—“ Etiquette, if I understand, &c.” Let-

ters on a Regicide Peace. Let. iii. vol. viii......
EUROPEAN STATES." The states of the christian, &c.”

Letters on a Regicide Peace. Let. ii. Vol. viii......... 251
Example.—“ And is then example, &c.” Letters on

a Regicide Peace. Let. i. Vol. viii.................. 197
FANATICISM.-"Of all things wisdom, &c.” Reflections

on the Revolution in France. Vol. V.............. 278
FAVOURITISM.-" A plan of favouritism, &c.” Thoughts

on the Cause of the present Discontents. Vol. ji...... 260
FEAR.-" Topics derived from fear, &c.” Thoughts
on French Affairs. Vol. vii..........

83
Fee.—“ He who takes a fee, &c.” Speech on the Nabob
of Arcot's Debts. Vol. iv.............

298
FINANCES. REVENUE.-" There are three standards,

&c.” Observations on a late State of the Nation.
Vol. ii...........

84
" The revenue of the state, &c.” Reflections on the
Revolution in France. Vol. v.

403
“ The objects of a financier, &c.” Reflections on the
Revolution in France. Vol. v......

405
" To tell the people, &c.” Reflections on the Revo-
lution in France. Vol. y....................................

431

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FIRST CAUSES.-" That great chain of causes, &c.” En-

quiry into the Sublime and Beautiful. Vol, i.......... 256
FLATTERY.-We all are men, &c.Remarks on the
Policy of the Allies. Vol. vii.......

153
FOLLIES. Wisdom is not the most severe, &c.”

Reflections on the Revolution in France. Vol. v...... 289
FORBEARANCE." There is however a limit, &c.” Ob-

servations in a late State of the Nation. Vol. ij...... 12
FORTITUDE.-" It is laid in the, &c.” Letters on a
Regicide Peace. Let. i. Vol. vii.

99
No man lives too long, &c.” Letter to a Noble Lord.
Vol. viii.

63
FRAUD." Clandestine and collusive, &c.” Speech

on the Nabob of Arcot's debts. Vol. iv....... 314
" The way to avoid suspicion, &c.” Speech on the
Nabob of Arcot's debts. Vol. iv......

300
PRIDE OF FREEDOM.-" In Virginia and the Carolinas,

&c.” Speech on Conciliation with America. Vol.iii. 53
GAMING.—" It is a great mistake, &c.” Speech on
the Economical Reform. Vol. iii....

..... 263
GO-BETWEENS IN POLITICS." As to leaders in parties,

&c." Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs.
Vol. vi.......

236
Fear of God.-“ It were endless to, &c.” Enquiry

into the Sublime and Beautiful. Vol, i....... 176
GOVERNMENT. GOVERNORS. PLANS AND FORMS OF GOVERN-

MENT." It is one of the finest, &c.” Thoughts
and Details on Scarcity. Vol. vii.....

416
“ My dear departed friend, &c.Thoughts and De-
tails on Scarcity. Vol. vii.....

418
“ It is in the power of, &c.” Thoughts and Details
on Scarcity. Vol. yii......

376
As to government, &c.” Letter to a Peer of Ireland

on the Penal Laws against Irish Catholics. Vol. vi... 293
“ The great use of government, &c." Thoughts and
Details on Scarcity. Vol. vii.....

375
" I have ever abhorred, &c.” Letter to a Noble Lord
on the Duke of Bedford's attack. Vol. viii...

23
“ If there is any one, &c.” Speech on the Economical
Reform. Vol. ij.....

245

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“ Government is deeply, &c.” Thoughts on the

Cause of the present Discontents. Vol. ii............ 218
“ Perhaps I am mistaken, &c.” Speech on Concilia-
tion with America.” Vol. iii....

69
“ It is nothing to an, &c.Two Letters to Gentle-
men in Bristol. Vol. iii.

+225
What I have always thought, &c." Letter to Sir
H. Langrishe. Vol. vi...

346
“ Ruin must fall on all, &c.Letter to W. Elliot,
Esq. Vol. vii.

361
“ Men will not look to acts, &c.” Speech on Mr.
Fox's East India Bill. Vol. iv....

103
“ Particular punishments are, &c.” Thoughts on the

Cause of the present Discontents. Vol. ii............. 223
The scene of the Indian, &c." Speech on the Nabob
of Arcot's debts. Vol. iv...

200
" Laws of regulation are not, &c.” Letter to a Noble
Lord on the Duke of Bedford Vol. viii.....

30
“ The benefits of heaven, &c.” Speech on the Nabob
of Arcot's debts. Vol. iv.....

295
“ We may rest assured, &c.” Speech on Mr. Fox's
East India Bill. Vol. iv.....

74
“ An untimely shower, &c.” Letters on a Regicide
Peace. Let. iii. Vol. viii...

367
My opinion is against, &c.Thoughts and Details
on Scarcity. Vol. vii........

419
Tyranny and cruelty, &c.” Thoughts and Details
on Scarcity. Vol. vii....

419
“ Åmongst the standards, &c.” Reflections on the
Revolution in France. Vol. v..

235
“ I never will suppose, &c.” Reflections on the Re-
volution in France. Vol. v.....

238
• The wealth of a country, &c.” Reflections on the
Revolution in France. Vol. v..

238
“ Executive magistracy ought, &c.” Reflections on
the Revolution in France. Vol. V......

358
A great prince, may be &c.” Thoughts on the Cause
of the present Discontents. Vol. ii........

244
“ Whatever is supreme, &c.” Reflections on the
Revolution in France. Vol. v......

368
Is it that the people, &c.” Letters on a Regicide
Peace. Let, i. Vol. viii...

97
" As well may we fancy, &c.” Letters on a Regicide
Peace. Let, i. Vol. viii...

162

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