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    A selection of Anti-Jacobin novels reprinted in full with annotations. The set includes works by male and female writers holding a range of political positions within the Anti-Jacobin camp, and represents the French Revolution, American Revolution, Irish Rebellion and political unrest in Scotland.

    The Democrat: Interspersed with Anecdotes of well known; I: Some Account of our Hero.; II: He Visits the Continent of America.; III: He Returns to France, and Prepares to Enter on His Mission.; IV: At Southampton.; V: Le Noir Meets a Grumbler.; VI: Further Conversation with the Grumbler, and How it WAS Interrupted.; VII: The Aristocratical Sans Culotte.; VIII: Meets with a Disappointment at Winchester.; IX: Doctor Portwell Executes Justice.; X: A Clergyman of a Very Different Sort.– Our Hero is Forced to Decamp Without Beat of Drum.; XI: Story of Count De Tournelles, and the Fair Adeliade.; XII: The Story Continued.; XIII: A Slight Interruption.; XIV: The Story of the Count De Tournelles Resumed.; XV: Further Continuation of the Story.; XVI: Story Continued.; XVII: Le Noir's Adventure with a Party OF Sailors.; XVIII: A Democratic Country Squire.; XIX: Trial of a Poacher.; The Democrat: Interspersed with Anecdotes of Well Known; XX: Our Hero Meets with a Jacobite.; XXI: Conversation with A Whig.; XXII: Conversation in a Stage Coach.; XXIII: Arrival in London. – Discourse on a French Invasion; XXIV: Adventure With Some Soldiers.; XXV: Observations on the Police of London.; XXVI: A Projector and A Prophet.; XXVII: A Scene Among Great Men.; XXVIII: A Society of Lawyers.; XXIX: Debate on a Reform of Parliament.; XXX: A Debate on the Reform of the Debating Club.; XXXI: Eulogium on Despotism.; XXXII: Adventure in a Coffee House.; XXXIII: Our Hero Falls in with a Party, Who Possess the Real Spirit of Equalization.; XXXIV: A Masquerade Scene and its Consequence.; XXXV: Conclusion of the Story of the Count de Tournelles, and the Fair Adelaide.; XXXVI: Which Concludes the History.; The Aristocrat , A Novel.; I: Chapter I; II: Chapter II; III: Chapter III; IV: Chapter IV; V: Chapter V; VI: Chapter VI; VII: Chapter VII; VIII: Chapter VIII; IX: Chapter IX; X: Chapter X; XI: Chapter XI; XII: Chapter XII; XIII: Chapter XIII; XIV: Chapter XIV; XV: Chapter XV; XVI: Chapter XVI; XVII: Chapter XVII; XVIII: Chapter XVIII; XIX: Chapter XIX; XX: Chapter XX; XXI: Chapter XXI; XXII: Chapter XXII; XXIII: Chapter XXIII; XXIV: Chapter XXIV; XXV: Chapter XXV; XXVI: Chapter XXVI; XXVII: Chapter XXVII; XXVIII: Chapter XXVIII; XXIX: Chapter XXIX; XXX: Chapter XXX; XXXI: Chapter XXXI; XXXII: Chapter XXXII; XXXIII: Chapter XXXIII; XXXIV: Chapter XXXIV; The Aristocrat , A Novel.; XXXV: Chapter XXXV; XXXVI: Chapter XXXVI; XXXVII: Chapter XXXVII; XXXVIII: Chapter XXXVIII; XXXIX: Chapter XXXIX; XL: Chapter XL; XLI: Chapter XLI; XLII: Chapter XLII; XLIII: Chapter XLIII; XLIV: Chapter XLIV; XLV: Chapter XLV; XLVI: Chapter XLVI; XLVII: Chapter XLVII; XLVIII: Chapter XLVIII; XLIX: Chapter XLIX; L: Chapter L; LI: Chapter LI; LII: Chapter LII; LIII: Chapter LIII; LIV: Chapter LIV; LV: Chapter LV; LVI: Chapter LVI; LVII: Chapter LVII; LVIII: Chapter LVIII; LIX: Chapter LIX; LX: Chapter LX


    W M Verhoeven, Claudia L Johnson, Philip Cox, Amanda Gilroy, Robert Miles