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322 index 322 Aaron Burr Conspiracy, xvii–xviii, 176, 181, 196–207, 209–10, 235–36, 240, 242, 244, 254, 267n11, 307n56, 307n57, 308n58, 308n65, 312n121 abolitionism, 129; arrests of Samuel Swartwout and Peter Ogden, 205 “An Act for Establishing Religious Freedom,” 114, 289n10 Adams, Abigail, 66 Adams, Hannah, xvii, 70, 72, 81–84, 261, 283n35, 284n46 Adams, Henry, xiv, 26, 194, 210, 223, 267n11, 305–6n40 Adams, John, 17–18, 66, 110, 115, 186, 234–35; letters to, 131, 299n84 Adams, John Quincy, 131, 246 Adams, Thomas Boylston, 131 An Address to the Farmers of Pennsylvania (Agricola ), 312n115 “Address to the Friends of Religion on Civil Government,” 114 adventurer, 152, 155, 201, 308n65 Afghanistan, 264 Agricola, 312n115 Ahmed, Siraj, 296n38 Alien and Sedition Acts, 235, 276n21, 310n80 Allen, Paul, 121, 306n48 American Annals; or, A Chronological History of America (Holmes), 25, 92 American exceptionalism, xiii, xiv, 20, 26, 135, 159, 176, 180–82, 208–9, 217, 222–24, 226, 257, 263, 302n6, 310n79, 312n121. See also Greene, Jack P.; manifest destiny American foreign policy, 200, 209, 211, 222–23, 264, 320n1, 320n7 American Indians: Brown’s representation of, 34, 45–48, 57, 157, 184, 186, 188–91, 230–32, 277n50, 277n55, 299n79, 300–301n3, 305n31; defrauded, 191; English colonial relations with, 10–11, 20, 47; historical displacement of, 30, 47; small pox, 191; use of gin, 190–91; Volney on, 190, 300–301n3, 304n24, 305n31. See also Delaware Indians American Revolution, history of, 4, 8–9, 15, 107, 134, 201, 238, 283n35; export of revolutionary ethos and ideals, 201, 205–6, 312n121; and God, 15–17, 113; liberalism of, xix, 13, 179–80, 255, 264 American secularism, 113, 115 American shipping, 204, 210–11, 213, 221, 312n117 Anglo-Jacobinism, 44, 274n10. See also Woldwinite (Anglo-Jacobin) authors annalist, 18, 265n7; Brown as, xi, xii, 90 Annual Register (Burke), 7, 15, 294n7 Annual Register (Dodsley), 135 anti-Federalist concerns, 226, 235–36, 245, 247 “An Apology for Apostolic Order and Its Advocates ” (Hobart), 116 Appleby, Joyce, 21, 106, 107, 227, 228, 255, 288n106 Arner, Robert, 274n11, 279n67 Atlantic culture, xviii, 65, 113, 115, 223, 227, 279n66, 287n9, 307n50. See also transatlantic relations Axelrod, Alan, 223 Bailyn, Bernard, 255 Bakhtin, Mikhail: Brown’s “novel” historicism and, 205, 217, 226, 228, 231, 318n79; dialogical meaning and, 169, 170; discourse theory of the novel and democracy, 228, 233, 257; double-voiced discourse, 157. See also heteroglossia Index Kamrath text.indb 322 3/2/10 1:27:03 PM index 323 Bancroft, George, 16, 25–27, 255, 271n53, 272– 73n88, 301n4 Bannon, John Francis, 197 Barlow, Joel, 16, 180, 270n49 Barnard, Philip, 44, 98, 119–20, 131–32, 277n55, 279n65, 284n54, 286n74, 286n78, 294n6, 321n12 Barnes, Harry Elmer, 4, 5, 265n7 Barthes, Roland, 263, 288n106, 289n109 Battle of Heilsberg, 165 Bayle, Pierre, 7, 71, 105–8, 147, 262, 288n101, 319n89 Baym, Nina, 84, 283–84n36 Bede, 120, 291n33, 291n35 Belknap, Jeremy, xvi, 9, 13–14, 16–17, 19, 25–27, 31–32, 255, 269n23, 272–73n88 “Benito Cereno” (Melville), 130, 293n67 Bennett, Charles, 50, 52, 57, 119–20, 306–7n48 Berkhofer, Robert F., Jr., xiii, xv, 107, 231, 256–57, 262–63, 288n106, 319n89. See also postmodern philosophy Bernhard, Winifred, 246 Berthoff, Warner, 78, 120, 163, 266–67n11, 290–91n25 Beverly, Robert, 11 Bevir, Mark, 314n19 bias: historical, xviii, 8, 11–15, 18, 25–26, 32, 71, 73, 83–84, 87, 92–93, 107, 135, 260, 284n36; political, 225, 240, 241, 243, 250, 252–53, 255 Binns, John, 168, 253 blacks: in Brown’s writings, 193–96, 307n49; as revolted subjects, 193–94; at Santo Domingo, 191, 193, 195–96, 305n38, 305–6n40, 307n50. See also slavery Blakemore, Steven, 270n49 Bleecker, Anthony, xi–xii, 265n4, 265n5, 268n1 Bleyer, Willard G., 312–13n2 Boaz, David, 256 Bolingbroke, Lord, 105, 262, 288n101 Bonaparte, Napoleon: the Americas and, 189, 192, 200, 204, 210, 294n7, 294n10, 306n40; Europe and, 137–39, 142–44, 147–48, 151, 156, 160, 163, 165–66, 168, 171, 186, 296n29; reform and, 144. See also imperialism, European Boston Magazine, 15 Boston Ordeal, 225–26, 313n3 Bradford, William, 9–11, 269n23 Bradley, Senator Stephen R., xix, 226, 245–49, 317n64 Branagan, Thomas, 139 Bringhurst, Joseph, 23–24, 28–29, 40, 116, 128, 155, 278n57 British Annual Register, 139, 294n7 British radicalism, 138, 168, 226 Brown, Charles Brockden: ambivalent relation to Federalist politics and, 23, 25, 119, 188, 192, 196, 204, 208–9, 213, 225–26, 235–36, 239, 245–47, 253, 276n21, 300–301n3...

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