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Ascanier Markgraves, i. 135, 154 ; re-

suscitated, i. 160, 169.
Aschersleben, i. 90.
Asiento, Treaty of, iii. 379.
Assas, D’, at Kloster Kampen, vi. 138.
Asseburg finds a Wife for Czarowitch

Paul, vi. 521, 522.
Astrua, Mamsell, an Italian singer, iv.

413.
Astruc, Dr., iv, 386.
Atours, Dame d', iii. 536.
Attila, vi. 481.
Attorneys, a fat affair for the, i. 307,

312, 322, 323 ; extirpation of the

attorney species, iv. 288.
Augsburg, Diet of, i. 238 ; ii. 216, 230.
August Ferdinand, i. 542 ; ii. 687.
August, Theodor, Kur-Pfalz, iv. 170.
August the Strong, i. 58, 427, 491, 497 ;

ii. 179; objects to the Kaiser's Prag-
matic Sanction, i. 554 ; quarrel
with Friedrich Wilhelm, ii, 15 ; in-
vites him and Friedrich to Dres-
den, 21, 22; magnificent hospita-
lities and unspeakable pollutions,
23; his return visit, 30; rumour
of a projected marriage with Wil.
helmina, 38 ; Camp of Radewitz,
180; King of Playhouse managers,
192; attained the maximum in
several things, 196 ; meditates par-
tition of Poland, 460, vi. 409 ; last
interview with Grumkow, ii. 461;
death and absolution, 475; his

hunting-lodge, iv. 595, 596.
August III. of Poland, ii, 481, 484,

544, 548; suggested for Kaiser, iv.
86; his antipathy to Friedrich,
87, 156 ; how he was benetted by
Brühl and Guarini, 91, 92 ; taken
comfortably to Prag to be out of
danger, 208; glad to make peace,
220, 221; Hanbury's account of,
297 ; withdraws to Pirna, and tries
negotiation with Friedrich, 550-
552; Headquarters at Struppen,
563-567 ; will not agree to Fried-
rich's terms, 566 ; snug in the
Königstein, 596, 597; goes to War-
saw, never to come back, 601 ; gets
no compensation for his Saxon
losses, vi. 393; nothing but confu-
sions and contradictions in Poland,
394 ; difficulties with Czarina Ca-
therine, and death, 395. See Kur-

Sachsen.
August Wilhelm, i. 542; with Fried-

rich at Strasburg, iii. 62; betrothed,
121; married, 516; at his Sister's
wedding, 737 ; heir - apparent of
Prussia, iv. 418; opposition views,

536, 537 ; letter to Valori, 584 ; la-
mentations and accusations, v. 97,
103 ; put in command at Jung-
Buntzlau, 106, 111; finds the pro-
blem too hard for him, 119; coun-
cil of war, 122 ; a disastrous march,
123;

cannot save Zittau, 124;
reaches Bautzen, happily unchased,
126 ; stern reception by the King,
129-131 ; his death, 132, 298; an-
tipathy to Winterfeld, 141 : men-
tioned also, iii. 59, 126, 130, 154,

298, 713.
Aulaire, Marquis de St., iv. 258.
Austerlitz, i. 9.
Australia, i. 415.
Austria, i. 72, 74; Kaisers of, still

riding on the shadow of a saddle,
144 ; the · Austrian lip,' 220, 265;
rejection of Protestantism, 265 ;
an Austrian swindle, 364 ; ii. 452;
Austrian-Succession War, iii. 332,
605; conservatism, 338, 431 ; pon-
derous pedantry and helplessness,
430, 437; dumb stubborn pride,
592; extraordinary Claim for Dam-
ages, 692, 695 ; no longer the lead-
ing nation of Teutschland, iv, 238;
share in the partitioning of Prus-
sia, v. 4; fixed rage and hatred,
10; does not claim Parma and
Piacenza, 623; gets into sore dif-
ficulties as to cash, vi. 234 ; anxi.
ous to get rid of its pledge to
the Reich; truce with Friedrich,
321; peace and general As-you-
were, 332 ; takes forcible posses-
sion of Zips, 468, 469; share in
the partition of Poland, 477, 479 ;
intrigues and bargains for succes-

sion of Bavaria, 565,
Auteroche, Marquis d', at Fontenoy,

iv, 118, 119.
Autograph (facsimile), of Friedrich's,

Letter of . Secret Instruction &c.,'

iv. 612 a; Signature, vi. 564.
Ayscough, cited, ii, 64 n.

BACHAUMONT and La Chapelle, Voy-

age de, iii. 75 n. ; cited, v. 602 n.
Bachmann for three days Russian

Commandant of Berlin, vi. 93.
Bacon, Lord, i. 321.
Baden-Durlach, Prince of, at Hoch-

kirch, v, 357, 368.
Bagieu, Dr., iv. 437.
Baiern, Kur, sends embassy to Fried.

rich, v.58; in subsidy of France, 217.
Bailies, Dr., vi. 540.
Baillet, cited, i. 80 n.
Bailli de Froulay, v. 606, 610.

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Baireuth, i. 125, 225; genealogy, 378;

ii. 420, 421. See Culmbach, Albert

Alcibiades, Friedrich of.
Baireuth, Margraf of, iii, 531, 532, 714 ;

v. 114, 412; Margravine of, see Wil-

helmina.
Balaclava, ii. 427.
Balance of Power, i. 567, 568, 571 ;

iv. 5.
Balbi, Engineer, iv. 490, 535 ; v. 147;

vi. 441; at Siege of Schweidnitz,

289; Olmütz, v. 294, 297, 299.
Ballenstädt, i. 90, 96.
Baltimore, Lord, ii. 665.
Bamberg, i. 87; ii. 420; Croats driven

out of, v. 412.
Bamberg, Bishop of, iii. 61 ; v. 112.
Bar, Confederation of, vi. 423-427.
Bar, Graf von, ii. 77.
Barbarossa, Kaiser, i. 88, 92, 97, 102 ;

the greatest of all the Kaisers, 99;
German tradition about him, 101 ;
ii. 411; changed times, i. 167 ; ii.

243, 415 ; iii. 38, 337.
Barberina, an Opera-Dancer, iji. 732;

engagement at Berlin, 750 ; hospi-

tality to Collini, iv. 315, 319, 320.
Barbier, cited, i. 204 n., 538 n. ; iii.

13 n.; iv. 5 n.; on the French ac-
count of their grand invasion

scheme, v. 593.
Bärenklau, General von, iii. 511, 543 ;

at Stockstädt, iv. 7; swept from
Bavaria, 38 ; returns with Bathy-

ani, 95.
Bartenstein, Austrian Minister, iii, 132,

432; iv. 193.
Bartholomew, St., night of, i. 266.
Baronay, Major-General, at Roth-

schloss, iii, 395.
Basel, i, 130.
Bastiani promoted by Friedrich, vi.

638, 665.
Bathyani summoned to relief of Prag,

iv. 24; at Beraun, 25 ; troubles
Friedrich's march through Bohe-
mia, 33, 34, 42; in Bavaria, 72, 79,
95; supersedes D’Ahremberg, 106,

159.
Baty Khan, ii. 436.
Bauer, Colonel, at Wesel, vi. 327 ; in

the Russian-Turk War, 460.
Baumgarten, Skirmish of, iii, 267.
Bavaria, Kurfürst of, i. 554 ; ii. 255.
Bavarian Succession War, vi. 565-603.
Bayle, i. 45, 507.
Beatson, cited, iii. 743 n.; vi. 236 n.
Beatson, Colonel, cited, v. 556 n., 557.
Beauffremont, v. 594.
Beaumarchais, Voltaire papers saved

by, iii, 706, 710; cited, vi. 324 n.

Beaumelle's, M. Angliviel de La, en-

mity to Voltaire, iv. 401-403, 441;
cited, 330 n. ; account of Mauper-

tuis, v. 587, 589.
Beausobre, M. de, i. 46 ; ii. 572.
Beauvais, women fighting at the siege

of, vi. 646 n.
Beauvau, Marquis de, French Ambassa-

dor to Berlin, iii. 146 ; Audience of

leave, 157: mentioned also, 201, 202.
Beauvrye, Captain, vi. 308.
Beck, General, advanced to relief of

Prag, v. 46 ; captures Düringsho-
fen's battalion, 414 ; captures Dee-
recke and his post at Meissen, 579;
attacks General Czetteritz, 631;
with Loudon in Silesia, vi. 193;
defeated at Reichenbach, 302-304:
mentioned also, v. 122, 133; vi. 56,

74, 450.
Becket, Thomas à, i. 96.
Beckwith, Colonel, at Warberg, vi. 43;

Wesel, 327.
Beelzebub not God, i. 12 ; worshippers

of, 203 ; August's Saxon Court of,

ii. 26, 54.
Bein, Proviant-master, vi. 563.
Belgard, ii. 661.
Belleisle, Chevalier de, a magnanimous

nighflown spirit, iii. 244 ; his bro-
ther's right hand, 366, 583; death
at the Pass of Exilles, or Col di
Sieta, iv. 268, 269: mentioned also,

73, 76.
Belleisle, Comte de, iii. 242, 243; his

German Enterprise, 243, 339 ; with
Friedrich at Brieg, 329; mainly to
blame for the Austrian-Succession
War, 335 ; consummate skill, 353,
355 ; grandiose schemes, 356, 357,
408, 523 ; successful manipulation,
358 ; visits Friedrich, 360 ; proceeds
to Dresden and München, 364 ;
takes up his abode in Frankfurt,
365, 428 ; Treaty with Friedrich,
425 ; a kind of Dictator, 436 : his
Army crosses the Rhine, 458, 499;
rheumatic fever, 503 ; partial reco-
very, 509 ; visits Wilhelmina, 531 ;
Sahay, 578 ; interview with Fried-
rich at Kuttenberg, 583 ; Colloquy
with Broglio at Prag, 615; defends
Prag, 617; much distinguishes him.
self, 624 ; gallant retreat, 640, 644;
German Enterprise ruined, 682;
gives Friedrich bad advice about
his Bohemian Campaign, iv. 30;
in München, 72-74 ; on his road to
Berlin, 74-76; arrested, and carried
to England, 77-79 ; in Italy, 251,
259, 268; his grand schemes all

bankrupt, 279; War-Minister, v.
271, 383, 445, 584, 594 ; loses his
only Son at Crefeld, 312; asto-
nished at Friedrich's marching
power, 381; letters to Contades
published by Ferdinand, 453, 595 ;
dies of putrid fever : the last of
the grand old Frenchmen, vi. 170,

171 : mentioned also, iv. 4, 566.
Belleisle, General, ii. 482, 488, 543.
Belleisle, Madame de, interview with

Wilhelmina, ii. 531.
Bell, Herr Hofrath, iv. 351.
Belling, Colonel, in Pommern, v. 276 ;

looks after the Swedes, vi. 262 ; in
battle of Freyberg, 318; in Bava-

rian War, 594 : mentioned also, 469.
Benda, the Brothers, ii. 565.
Beneckendorf, cited, i. 630 n.
Beneschau, Schwerin takes, iv. 45.
Bénézet, Mamsell, vi. 656.
Benkendorf, Lieutenant-Colonel, turns

the fortune of battle at Kolin, v.
94; small recognition of his service,

98, 99.
Benoit, Prussian Secretary, iv. 486.
Bentenrieder, the kidnapped Ambas-

sador, i. 586 ; ii. 60.
Bentham, cited, i. 75 n.
Bentick, Madame de, v. 615.
Beraun, Action of, iv. 25.
Berenhast, Heinrich von, v. 91.
Berenhorst, cited, ii. 643 n. ; v. 89;

pique against Friedrich, vi. 122 ;

his ' Art of War,' 123.
Bergen, battle of, v. 408, 410.
Bergen-op-Zoom, Siege of, iv. 269.
Bergerie, M. de la, i. 42.
Berghover, Legationsrath, iii. 528.
Berg-Jülich, iii. 7, 347.
Berlichingen, General, at Mollwitz, iii.

315, 318 ; in Silesia, iv. 134.
Berlin, early condition of, i. 136 ; Pa-

lace at, 208 ; Royal Academy of,
370, 621 ; St. Peter's Church burnt
down, ii. 177; Friedrich Wilhelm's
building operations, 357 ; Homag-
ing at, iii. 47; Treaty of, 585;
opening of the Opera-House, 599 ;
Carrousel, iv. 216-220; entered by
Haddick, v. 145, 182, 183; agony
of commotion at the news of Ku-
nersdorf, 486 ; seized by Tottleben

and Lacy, vi. 89, 96.
Bernburg, Prince of, at siege of

Schweidnitz, vi. 309.
Bernburg, Regiment, at siege of Dres-

den, vi. 31, 32; at Liegnitz, 68, 71,

72.
Berneck, ii. 506.
Berne, Oligarchy of, iv. 422.

Bernhard of Weimar, ii, 226.
Bernis, Cardinal de, iv. 524-526; v.

391 ; Letter from Voltaire, 613.
Bernouilli, Jean, iii. 78.
Bernouilli of Basel, v. 587.
Bertin, Captain, at Weissenfels, v. 193.
Berwick, Maréchal Duc de, ii. 493; at

Philipsburg, 498, 502.
Besserer, ii. 290.
Bestuchef, Chancellor, dismissed, v.

272.
Bestuchef, Russian Chancellor, iv. 521.
Beutelsbachers, the, ii. 234.
Bevern, Brunswick-, Duke of, iv. 549,

552; in the battle of Lobositz,
581, 582 ; advances towards Prag,
v. 16 ; defeats Königseck at Reich-
enberg, 18, 21; sent after Daun,
56; finds Daun too strong, 79;
joined by the King, 80; retreat
from Kolin, 95, 96; at Jung-
Buntzlau, 120 ; at Görlitz to guard
Silesia, 135, 136 ; jealous of Win-
terfeld, 138, 140 ; retires into Sile-
sia, 142, 224 ; defeated at Breslau,
227 ; prisoner, 228 ; graciously sent
home again ; ordered to Stettin,
229; vigilant against the Swedes,
277; diligent at Stettin, vi. 211;
defeats the Austrians at Reichen-
bach, 301-304 ; great merit, not of
dexterity alone, 302 ; left in charge

of Silesia, 311.
Bias, iii. 413.
Bible, Hebrew, i. 22.
Bielfeld, ii. 635, 641, 664, 668 ; his de-

scription of George II., iii. 52 ; at
siege of Neisse, 486 ; Duchess of
Würtemberg, 535 ; Friedrich's vic-
torious return from Silesia, 587 ;
marriage of Princess Ulrique, 737;
death, vi. 387: mentioned also, iji.
6, 8, 130, 146, 159 ; iv. 367 ; cited,

i. 583 n.; iv. 407.
Bieren, Duke of Courland, ii. 363 ; iii.

150; to Siberia, 252 ; Bieren and
Münnich refuse to be reconciled,
vi. 269 ; to be again Duke of Cour.

land, 394, 398.
Bismark, Herr Minister von, iv. 351.
Björnstahl, M., vi. 516.
Blair in Athol, Siege of, iv. 96.
Blakeney, Governor, strives to defend

Minorca, iv. 531, 532; at Minorca,

v. 143.
Blas, Don, Governor of Carthagena,

iii. 382, 385.
Blenheim, Battle of, i. 396 ; ii. 226.
Bligh, General, at Morlaix, v. 382.
Blouquet, General Thomas von, v.503.
Blücher, Prince of Wahlstatt, vi. 61.

Blumenthal, cited, ii. 542 n. ; iv, 129 n.;

v. 263 n. ; Minister von, vi. 364.
Blumenthal, Frau von, iii. 396 n.;

cited, vi. 545 n.
Boden, Prussian Finance Minister, iii.

32, 53; iv, 108.
Boerhaave, iv. 386.
Bohemian Papists, iv. 33, 48.
Boleslaus, Duke of Poland, i. 81.
Bolingbroke, ii. 585, 588.
Boll, cited, vi. 176 n.
Bollandus, cited, i. 80 n.
Boniface VIII., Pope, i. 143.
Bonneville, M. de, Revolutionary spi-

ritualist, i. 204 n. ; v. 600.
Bonneville, M. de, the Demon News-

writer, stealer and editor of Curres
du Philosophe de Sans-Souci, and
author of Matinées du Roi de Prusse,
V. 598-601; swindling exploit and

lodgment in Spandau, 602, 603.
Borck, Adjutant-General, accompanies

the King to Silesia, iii. 173; at

Breslau, 210, 214, 272.
Borck, Finance Manager, v. 524.
Borck, General, ii. 84, 90, 119, 125, 128,

202, 310; Major-General, manages
the Herstal Affair, iii. 106; at

Neisse, 233: mentioned also, 59, 60,
Borelly, M., vi. 267.
Boscawen, Admiral, v. 212; chases and

destroys the Toulon fleet, 508-510.
Bose, Baron von, v. 218.
Boston refuses to admit taxed tea, vi.

523-526.
Bosworth, i. 220.
Botta d'Adorno, Marquis, iv. 250.
Botta, Marchese di, Austrian Envoy to

Berlin, iii. 155; to Russia, 254.
Bougainville, M., v. 560.
Bouillé's, Marquis de, recollections of

Friedrich, vi. 663-667.
Bourbon Family Compact, the, vi. 235,

236.
Bourbonism, iii. 117.
Bourcet, cited, vi, 198 n.
Boyer, cited, i. 599 n.
Braddock, General, sent to America,

iv. 479 ; his death, 581 ; his field

of battle, v. 382.
Brandenburg, early condition of, i. 67,

74; early Markgraves, 83, 90; As-
canier Markgraves, 117, 135, 154 ;
how Brandenburg and the Hohen-
zollern Family came together, 142,
156 ; Bavarian Kurfürsts, 155, 159;
a resuscitated Ascanier, 160, 169;
Luxemburg Kurfürsts, 173 ; Bran-
denburg in Pawn, 180; sold to
Friedrich of Hohenzollern, 188;
Noble refractory Robber-lords, 195;

Heavy Peg, 197 ; beginning of the
Prussian Nation, 199; Branden-
burg under the Hohenzollerns, 201 ;
lucky enough to adopt the Reform-
ation, 263; Nadir-point of the
Brandenburg Hohenzollerns, 335 ;
condition during the Thirty-Years
War, 337; again a flourishing coun-

try, 343; Swedes driven out, 355.
Brandes, Colonel, at Prag, iv. 57.
Branicki, vi. 418.
Breda, Congress of, iv. 266.
"Bredow, leads charge at Chotusitz, iii.

570; General, iv. 394.
Breitenbach, General, at Hastenbeck,

v. 128.
Brender, Herr, ii. 528.
Brenkendorf, Minister von, vi, 513.
Brenkenhof, Privy-Councillor von, ri.

353.
Brentano, enters Saxony, v. 510; at

siege of Dresden, 514, 546 ; at
Maxen, 571, 573, 576; at Reichen-

bach, vi. 303 : mentioned also, 450.
Breslau, iii. 168 ; able to defend itself,

180, 189; bottled emotion, 206;
quiet surrender to Friedrich, 210;
unsettled condition, 271; attempted
deliverance, 447 ; wholly Fried-
rich's, 451 ; Homaging, 487 ; Treaty
of, 585 ; battle of, v. 227, 228 ; sur-
rendered to the Austrians, 229; re-
covered by Friedrich, 261 ; defended
by Tauentzien against Loudon, vi.

49, 50,
Breteuil, at Congress of Teschen, vi. 601,
Breton, Cape, capture of, iv. 125, 473.
Bribery, Parliamentary, iii. 374.
Brieg, iii. 221; siege of, 361.
Britannic Army of observation, v. 7, 8.
Britton, cited, v. 285 n.
Broglio, Excellency, iv. 544, 550 ; de-

mands admission to the Saxon
Camp at Pirna, 565; defends Cas-

sel, vi. 165.
Broglio, Maréchal, surprised by the

Austrians at Secchia, ii. 492; Com-
mandant in Strasburg, iii, 68;
receives Friedrich incognito, 70,
72; General of the French Army,
504, 509, 517; Bivouac of Pisek,
510; general incompetency, 539,
541, 561, 624, 629, 656; Skirmish
of Sahay, 578; demands D’Har-
court's reinforcements, 611; flur-
ried retreat before Prince Karl,
614 ; Colloquy with Belleisle, 615;
takes command of the Bavariau
Army, 631 ; relieves Braunau, 645;
interview with the Kaiser, 653;
writes for Order home, 656; re-

sur-

property alone respected by the
French, v. 219; enmity to Friedrich,
379 ; death, vi. 386, 395; his vora-

city for lands in Poland, 401,
Brühl, Madame, iv. 608.
Brummel, Beau, iv. 463.
Brunswick-Bevern, Ferdinand Albert

Duke of, ii, 379, 496, 501, 547. See
Elizabeth Christina ; Karl Duke

of; Bevern.
Brunswick, Hereditary Prince of,

dashes out of Fulda on the Reich's
folk, v. 406, 408; drives out the
French post at Gohfeld, 447, 452 ;
marches into Saxony to aid Fried-
rich, 581; drives the Duke of Wür.
temberg out of Fulda, 583, 586 ; at
Korbach, vi. 40; at Emsdorf, 41 ;
Kloster Kampen, 136-139 ;
prised by Broglio, 103 ; generally
had command of the English
troops, 204 ; in the Bavarian War,

490 n. ;

treats across the Rhine, 658 ; or-
dered to his own Estates ; death,

681: mentioned also, iv. 32.
Broglio, Maréchal, at Rossbach, v. 189,

194, 204, 206 ; the two extreme
points of his career, Rossbach and
the fall of the Bastille, 215; at San-
gerhausen, 221 ; fight of Sanders-
hausen, 384 n.; at Frankfurt-on-
Mayne, 405; repulses Ferdinand
at Bergen, 408-410; at Minden,
445-453; vehemently maneuvres
against Duke Ferdinand, vi. 41-45 ;
lays hold of Göttingen, 136; de-
feated at Langensalza ; loses his
winter magazines, 161-164 ; gets
into quarrel with Soubise, and is
defeated by Ferdinand at Velling-

hausen, 197-201.
Bromley's Collection of Royal Letters,

i, 225 n.
Browne, General, born German, iii.

184 ; tries to defend Breslau, 206 ;
a superior soldier, 220, 222, 235 ;
back to Glatz, 267; at Mollwitz,
317; in Bavaria, iv. 95; in Italy, 250,
251 n., 268 ; in Bohemia, 557, 564 ;
enthusiastic help to him, 568 ;
marches to the relief of the Saxons,
568-570; battle of Lobositz, 572-
583; retreats to Budin, 582 ; will
try it another way, 586 ; arrives at
Lichtenhayn, 588; hears nothing
from the Saxons, 593; a right
valiant soldier and man, 593, 594 ;
recommends Loudon, 609 ; securing
posts in the Metal Mountains, v. 15;
has to retire suddenly to defend
Prag, 16, 18, 22; altercations with
Prince Karl, 24 ; battle of Prag, 31,
36, 39; mortally wounded, 40; his
last counsel, 44 ; death, 45, 75, 106:

mentioned also, iii. 179, 182, 286.
Brühl, Count, ii. 34 ; iii, 350, 516 ; no

friend to Friedrich, iv. 20, 83; re-
gards him with perfect hatred, 87,
91, 156, 161, 192; twelve tailors
always sewing for him, 91; great
schemes against Friedrich, 164, 191,
192, 194 ; cannot keep his secret,
195 ; rage yellower than ever, 208;
doom of nations governed by
Brühls, 212, 217, 555, 592, 604;
Brühl a much-illuminated man,
220, 221 ; afraid of Friedrich, 499,
505; plots to set the Czarina
against him, 506-508 ; Prussian in-
vasion, 543 ; withdraws with Polish
Majesty to Pirna, 550, 551, 564,
596 ; communicates with Browne,
588; goes to Warsaw, 601 ; Brühl's

600 : mentioned also, 447, 691.
Brunswick. See Anton Ulrich; Chris-

tian of.
Buccon, General, killed at Torgau, vi.

125.
Buchholz, ii. 422 ; cited, i. 408 n.,

iv. 39 n.; vi. 286.
Buch, Johann von, i. 139.
Buchwald, Frau von, v, 154, 156.
Buddäus, cited, i. 270 n.
Buddäus, Dr., iv. 307.
Buddenbrock, General, ii. 211, 226,

300, 408, 431, 435, 567; at Chotu-
sitz, iii. 568, 570, 571 ; at Sohr, iv.

183-185 : mentioned also, vi. 639.
Büderich, Camp at, iii. 123.
Budget, Fixed, value of a, iii. 41.
Bülow, General, with Friedrich at

Liegnitz, vi. 59 ; at Camp of Bun-

zelwitz, 192, 212.
Bülow, Mamsell, ii. 121, 134, 260, 276.
Bünau, cited, i. 101 n.
Buonamici, cited, iii, 619 n.; iv. 251 n.
Burgoyne, Brigadier, in Portugal, vi.

242, 243.
Burke, Edmund, iv. 314.
Burkersdorf Heights, Storming of, vi.

289-297.
Burk, Lieutenant, in Portugal, vi. 242.
Burney's, Dr., account of his visit to

Voltaire, vi, 526-529.
Burns, Robert, i. 473.
Büsching, cited, i. 101 n., 302 n., 356 n.;

ii. 408 n. ; iii. 34, 61 n., 237 ; iv. 414,
122 n.; v. 20 n.; crude authenticity,
ii. 406, 408 n.; Russian Mission, iii,
279; at Petersburg, vi. 266 ; hom-
aging to Czar Peter, 270 ; sees the
Czar on horseback, 271 ; tumult

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