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Marcy, 71.

Marseillais, 74.

Marx, Karl, 240; 244.

Massacre, on Champ de Mars, 62 ;
September, 89.

Maximum, 151.

May 31, 1793, US-
May 5, 1789, 33.

Mazzini, 9, 12.

Metrical system, 171.

Middle classes generally, 63 ; 64 ; 65
174.

Middle classes of Great Britain, 38;
of France, 31 ; 35, 36, 45; indict-
ment against, 63 ; their crimes, 67 ;
hating the working-classes, 69.



Michel, Louise, 226.

Milliard, a, for soldiers, 163.

Mines, 218.

Mirabeau, new letter of, 31 ; 34 ; 35 ;

42; 53; 59; 77; 127; 19S; 199.
Modesty of the people, 40, 141.
Momoro, 57.

Montesquieu, 19, 20, 54, 214.
" Moralizing " our plutocrats, 216.
Morley, John, 2, 7, 10.
Morris, William, 205, 248.
Most, John, 177, 1 78.
Municipalization of land, 234.

Napoleonic ideas, 218.

Narrower fanatics, 176.

Nation, 242.

National Assembly, 34, 35, 51, 63.

National estates, 66, 67, 214.

" Neant, dans le," 204.

New Social Order, 236 ; 242 ; 244.

" Nothingness," 204.

Nov. 9, 1799,217.

Oct. 6, 1789, 48.
Octroi, 21.
Opportunism, 173.
Organic periods, 13, 14, 15.
Organization, 251.
Over-production, 224.

Paine, Thomas, 88, 93, 192.

Paris, 48.

Paris, the Dantonist, 191, 192.

Parliamentary system, 55.

Peasants benefited, 45.

Peltier, 82 ; 157.

Philanthropists, 238.

Plutocrats, grasp supreme power, 35 ;

suspended, 119; return to power,

213 ; 219.
Political power needful, 35.
Polytechnic School, 167.



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INDEX.



Poor-law, framed by the Jacobins,
157 ; except that, none in France,
222.

Positivist, 3 ; 226.

Post-office, 232.

Power behind Evolution, 11; 142;
205 ; 232 ; 237 ; 238 ; 249 ; 250 ; 252.

Prairial, law of, 208.

Press, the use of the, 251.

Private enterprise, 174.

Production in the future, 229.

Property, sanction of, 54, 149.

Public debts, 222, 223.

Pym, John, 16.

Queen, the, 36 ; 40 ; 42; 71 ; 180.
Quinet, Edgar, 2, 8, 45.

Race between constructive and
destructive tendencies, 241.

Railway system, control of, by tlie
State, 234.

Revenge, 214.

Revolution, the, 10, 14, 19, 40 ; the
Coming, 17, 19, 129, 236; constitu-
tionally accomplished, 248 ; the
English, 15, 16, 18 ; 38 ; the French,
a failure or success, 7, 8, 9, 10; 15,
29 ; born, 34 ; the mental, 25 ; 238.

Revolutionary government. See Ab-
solute Govertimcnt.

Revolutionary Tribunal, 107.

Ricordain, 26.

Riz-pain-sel, 214.

Robert, 57; 62; 93; 122; Madame,

74-

Robespierre, Maximilian, his kind to
be repressed, 6; royalist, 61; 78;
93 ; 113 ; 164 ; 185 ; 188 ; 190 ; 205,
206 ; appreciation by Condorcet,
207; 208; his " Equality," 210.

Robinc't, Dr., 3, 196.

Rochcfort, 245.

Rogers, Professor Thorold, 66.



Roland, 85, 91 ; Madame, 28 ; " Queen
of France," 80; 117; 180 •, iSi ;
1S2 ; 197 ; 200.

Rouget de Lisle, 145.

Rousseau, 23, 24, 25.

Rousselin de Saint-Albin, 200 ; 220.

Ruhl, 186; 187; 191.

Russia, campaign against, 219-, plu-
tocracy of, 244.

SaINT-SIMON the historian, 31;

the Collectivist, 13, 157; Saint-

Simonism, 239.
Saint-Just, 191 ; 210.
Sans-culotte, 57; armies, 217.
Santerre, 76.
Secrecy, 156.
Selfishness of our plutocrats, 65, 66,

222, 223, 226.
Senate, United States, 55.
Shaftesbury, Lord, 234.
Sieyes, 16, 34, 46, 47.
" Silences, Eternal," 12.
Smyth, Professor William, 7.
Social Contract, 28.
Social co-operation, 243.
Socialism, 246, 247.
Speculators, 162 ; their orgies, 214.
Spencer, Herbert, 13 ; 178 ; 235 ; 236 ;

238; 248.
Spirit of Laws, 19, 20.
Standard Oil Company, 22S, 229.
State, 232.

States-Geneial, 31, 32, 33.
Stationary condition of tlic race, or

nearly so, the rule, 13.
Statute of Philip and Mary, 16.
Sundays, no, 177.
Supreme Spirit (Supreme Will), 12,

239, 252.
Suspects, 176, 179.
Suspicion, 77, 113; Danton trying to

allay, 108.
1 Swiss, massacre of, 77.



INDEX.



261



Sympathy, longing for, 236, 249.
Syndical Chambers in France, 23.

Tableau of maximum, 155.

Telegraph system, i^Z-

Tendencies in society, unconscious,

229, 232, 241 ; conscious, 236.
Terror, Red, 17,39,40, 176; White,

214.
Tithes abolished, 46, 47.
Trades-unions, 231.
Transition state, 15, 20; 213.
Trusts, 228.
Tuileries, storming of, 76, "]"] ; the

Convention holding its sessions in,

126.
Turgot, 30.

Unfitness of our plutocrats for

social rule, 226.
Unity of the State, 53, 124.

Valmy, %^.

Vendeans, 79 ; Danton pleading for.



Voltaire, 21.
Volunteers, 109.

Wage-system as viewed by the

Jacobins, 149 ; first upbuilding and

then undermining our social system,

223, 225.
War, American, 31 ; of propaganda,

94; policy reversed, 121, 122.
Wealth of Nations, 29, 30.
Weights and measures, made uniform

by National Assembly, 52; metrical

system introduced by the National

Convention, 171.
Westermann, 74, 76.
What might have been, 219.
Whigs the allies of Danton, 107, 120.
Wicliffe, 18.
Women's (married) right of property,

171.
Wooden shoes, circular recommend-

i"g, 134-

Young men and women, i ; 251.
Young, a pity that all the revolution-
ary actors were, 209.




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