- Title Pages
- 1 From English republicans to British commonwealthmen
- 2 The Huguenot connection
- 3 Viscount Bolingbroke:an atypical commonwealthman
- 4 Bolingbroke’s French associates
- 5 A French commonwealthman: the abbé mably
- 6 The commonwealth tradition and the Wilkite controversies
- 7 The British Origins of the Chevalier d’Eon’s patriotism
- 8 The British Origins of The Baron d’Holbach’s atheism
- 9 The British origins of Jean-Paul Marat’s revolutionary radicalism
- 10 Parallel revolutions: seventeenth-century England and eighteenth-century France
- 11 The comte de Mirabeau and the works of John Milton and Catharine Macaulay
- 12 The Cordeliers Club and the democratisation of English republican ideas1
- Appendix French translations and reissues of English republican works, 1652–1801
- The English Republican tradition and eighteenth-century France
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