Spies, defense from sedition, and the "swinish multitudes"
Relevant bibliography entries
"John Reeves's Prosecution for a Seditious Libel, 1795-6: A Study in
Political Cynicism." The Historical Journal 36.4 (1993),
"Ideology and Genre in the British Antirevolutionary Drama of the 1790s."
ELH 58.0 (1991), 579-610.
Dozier, Robert R.
For King, Constitution, & Country: the English Loyalists and the French
Revolution. Louisville: UP of Kentucky, 1983.
'Terror' and the Rule of Law in England during the Decade of
the French Revolution." The English Historical Review 100.397
The Long Eighteenth Century: British Political & Social History
New York: St. Martin's, 1997.
"English State Trials in the 1790s: A Case Study." The Journal of
Studies 13.1 (1973), 63-82.
English Jacobin Novel 1780-1805. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1976.
Jane Austen and the War of Ideas. Oxford:
A Newspaper History of England, 1792-1793. Lincoln (NE):
U of Nebraska P, 1967.
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