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HUMILITY.-" True humility the basis, &c.” Letter to a

Member of the National Assembly. Vol. vi....... 31
IMAGINATION.-" Besides the ideas, &c.” Introduc-
tion on Taste. Vol. i.....

104
IMPARTIALITY.--" Angry friendship is sometimes, &c.

Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs. Vol. ri... 75
IMPRACTICABILITY." I know it is common,

&c.”
Speech on the Economical Reform. Vol. iii....... 343
IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT.-As we growenlightened, &c."

Speech at Bristol previous to the Election. Vol. iii... 379
INHERITANCE OF English LIBERTIES." You will observe

that, &c.” Reflections on the Revolution in France.

Vol. V........
INJURIES.--" Any contumely, any outrage, &c."

Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs. Vol. vi... 103-4
INNOVATION.-". A spirit of innovation, &c.” Reflec-
tions on the Revolution in France. Vol. v ......

78
It cannot at this time, &c.” Letter to a Noble Lord
on the. Duke of Bedford. Vol. viii......

20
" Let those who have the trust &c.” Appeal from
the New to the Old Whigs. Vol. vi......

266
INSTINCT.-" The wise legislators, &c.” Letters on a
Regicide Peace. Let. i. Vol. viii..

178
“ We are all of us made, &c.” Letter to a Noble
Lord on the Duke of Bedford. Vol. viii...

47
INSTRUCTIONS FROM CONSTITUENTS.--"Certainly it ought

to be, &c.” Speech at the conclusion of the poll.
Vol. iii..........

18
INSTRUMENTS BECOME MASTERS." It is a law of nature,

&c.” Thoughts on the Cause of the present Dis-

contents. Vol. ii...
INTERFERENCE IN FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS.- “ Distance

of place does not, &c.Letters on a Regicide
Peace. Let. i. Vol. viii......

185
" Our neighbours are men, &c.” Remarks on the
Policy of the Allies. Vol. vii..

154
66 The affair of the establishment, Sc.” Remarks on
the Policy of the Allies. Vol. vii......

126

...... 284

161

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di It will be a just, Sc.” Remarks on the Policy of
the Allies. Vol. vii.....

156
" It might well disgrace, &c.” Letter to a Member
of the National Assembly. Vol. vi...

23
Never shall I think any, &c.” Letter to a Member
of the National Assembly. Vol. vi...........

20
INVESTIGATION.

1.-" The characters of nature, &c.
Preface to the Sublime and Beautiful. Vol. i......... 84
JACOBINISM.-“ Jacobinism is the revolt of, &c.” Leto
ters on a Regicide Peace. Let. i. Vol. viji

170
“ Jacobinism does not consist, &c.Remarks on the
Policy of the Allies. Vol. vii....

128
« In a cause like this &c." Preface to Brissot's
Address. Vol. vii....

325
JUSTICE." Justice is grave, &c.” Reflections on the

Revolution in France. Vol. V................................
Kings. MONARCHS. MONARCHY.-" They are very

easily, &c.” Thoughts on the Policy of the Allies
Vol.vii........

64
“ The single person of a king, &c.Heads for Con-
sideration. Vol. vii.......

101
“ Monarchs in general, &c.” Letter to a Member of
the National Assembly. Vol. vi. .....

50
“ It is one of the advantages, &c.” Remarks on the
Policy of the Allies. Vol. vii...

151
" A monarchy ought not, &c.Heads for Considera-
tion. Vol. vii....

102
“ Without monarchy in England, &c.” Letter to a

Member of the National Assembly. Vol. vi.......... 46
The King of GREAT BRITAIN.-" Kings in one sense,

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

71
“ I believe, sir, that many, &c.” Letter to a Member
of the National Assembly. Vol. vi.........

62
LABOUR, PHYSICALLY CONSIDERED.-—" Labour is 110t only

requisite, &c. Enquiry into the Sublime and Beauti.
ful. Vol. i.............

264
LABOUR, CONSIDERED AS A COMMODITY.-"And first I pre-

mise, &c.Thoughts and Details on Scarcity.
Vol.vii...

386
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“ But in the case of the, &c.” Thoughts and Details
on Scarcity. Vol. vii...

383
“ There is an implied contract, &c.” Thoughts and
Details on Scarcity. Vol. vii...

380
If a commodity is raised, &c.” Thoughts and Details

on Scarcity. Vol. vii...
" It is not true that the rate, &c.” Thoughts and
Details on Scarcity. Vol. vii...

.... 379
“ Laws prescribing, or magistrates, &c.” Thoughts
and Details on Scarcity. Vol. vii........

390
“ The vulgar error on this, &c.” Thoughts and Details
on Scarcity. Vol. vii....

381
“ Legislative acts attempting, &c.Thoughts and
Details on Scarcity. Vol. vii............

382
Landed PROPRIETORS.—“ I am unalterably persuaded,

&c.” Letter to a Member of the National Assembly.

Vol. vi.......
" The very nature of a, &c.” Reflections on the Re-
volution in France. Vol. y....

348
Law." There are occasions, &c.” Speech on the
Economical Reform. Vol. iii.....

308-9
THE LAW NOT FAVOURABLE TO CORPORATIONS.- Small

indeed was the security, &c.Note to the Speech
on the Motion relative to the Speech from the Throne.
Vol. iv.....

168
LAWGIVER. “ The true lawgiver ought, &c.” Reflec-

tions on the Revolution in France.. Vol. v............ 305
LEVELLING.". Those who attempt to level, &c.” Re-

flections on the Revolution in France." Vol. V ...... 104
“ Such is the event of all, &c.” Thoughts and Details
on Scarcity, &c. Vol. vii....

387
MORAL LEVELLING.--" A conscientious person would,

&c." Letter to the Sheriffs of Bristol. Vol. iii...... 199
LIBERTY.- Civil freedom, gentlemen, &c.” Letter
to the Sheriffs of Bristol. Vol. iii....

184
There are people who have, &c.” Letter to the
Sheriffs of Bristol. Vol. iii.......

185
“ Men are qualified for civil, &c.” Letter to a Mem-
ber of the National Assembly. Vol. vi.........

64

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« Liberty when men act, &c.” Reflections on the Re-
? volution in France. Vol. V...........

38
" Abstract liberty like other, &c.” Speech on Con-
ciliation with America. Vol. iii...

49
" Often the desire and design, &c.” Appeal from the
New to the Old Whigs. Vol. vi.......

141
A brave people will certainly, &c.” Reflections on
the Revolution in France.

Vol. v..

246
“ I allow, as I ought to do, &c.” Appeal from the
New to the Old Whigs. Vol. vi....

92
The distinguishing part, &c.” Speech at his arrival

at Bristol. Vol. iji...
" I have no idea of a liberty, &c.” Speech at Bristol

previous to the Election. Vol. iji... ..... 417
“ But what is liberty without, &c.” Reflections on the
Revolution in France. Vol. V.......

433
LIBERTY OF CONSCIENCE.--" No man under the false,

&c.” Remarks on the Policy of the Allies. Vol. vii. 177
LOANS.—" A corrupt and improvident loan, &c.” Let-

ters on a Regicide Peace. Let. iii. Vol. viii............ 352
" It is never wise to quarrel, Sc.” Letters on a Re-
gicide Peace. Let. iji. Vol. viïi..

357
LOCAL ATTACHMENT.-" It is boasted that the geo-

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

352
It is exceedingly common, &c.” Speech on the
Economical Reform. Vol. iji...

263
Love." The passion called love, &c.” Letter to a

Member of the National Assembly. Vol. vi.......... 37
LOVE OF ADVENTURE.-" Our complexion is such, &c.”

Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs. Vol. vi...... 92
MANNERS." But the age of chivalry, &c." Reflec-
tions on the Revolution in France, Vol. v....

149
“ Manners are of more importance, &c.” Letters on
a Regicide Peace. Let. i. Vol. viii.

172
" Whilst manners remain, &c.” Letter to the Sheriffs
of Bristol. Vol. ïïi......

152
Is When manners were corrupted, &c.” Letters on a
Regicide Peace. Let. i. Vol. viii..

176

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MARRIAGE.-"Other legislators knowing, &c.” Letters
on a Regicide Peace. Let. i. Vol. viii......

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MEASURES NO'T MEN.-" It is an advantage to all, &c.
Thoughts on the Cause of the present Discontents.
Vol. ii..

336
MEDDLERS.—" Men little think how immorally, &c.”

Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs. Vol. vi...... 261
MEDITERRANEAN.- By the express provisions, &c.”

Letters on a Regicide Peace.” Let. iii. Vol. viii...... 312
MEN OF LETTERS.-" Men of Letters fond of, &c.” Re-

flections on the Revolution in France. Vol. v..... 207
« I can form a tolerable, &c." Letter to a Noble Lord

on the Duke of Bedford. Vol. viii...
" Writers, especially when, &c.". Reflections on the
Revolution in France.
Vol. V....

210
MERCANTILE AND MONIED INTERESTS.

“ As to the mere
matter of, &c.” Thoughts on French Affairs. Vol. vii. 23
The monied interest is, &c.” Reflections on the
Revolution in France. Vol. v.... ....

206
Mercy.--" Mercy is not a thing opposed, &c.” Re-

marks on the Policy of the Allies. Vol. vji........ 193

END OF THE INDEX TO VOL. I.

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