British history in the nineteenth century (1782-1901) by George Macaulay Trevelyan.


London, New York, Longmans, Green, and Company, 1922.

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Subjects Great Britain -- History -- 19th century.
Great Britain.
Description xvi, 445 pages illustrations 23 cm
Copyright Date 1922.
Notes "List of books": pages 427-431.
Contents I. England on the eve of the industrial revolution : Village life and agriculture ; The roads ; Town life and apprenticeship ; The municipal and parliamentary system ; London -- II. England on the eve of the industrial revolution : County elections ; the gentry, their life and culture ; The magistrates ; The clergy ; Universities and education ; Justice ; Scotland in the eighteenth century -- III. The end of George III's personal economic change and the French Revolution : Fox, Burke, Shelburne ; Pitt as peace minister ; India ; Slave trade, Wilberforce and the evangelicals ; Australia ; Canada -- IV. The reactions on English politics of economic change and of the French revolution : Anti-Jacobins and democrats ; Fox and the Whig via media ; Suppression of the democratic movement ; Course of the French revolution ; Causes of war with France -- V. The war with the French Republic, 1793-1802 : Its four periods ; Naval supremacy of Great Britain and continental failure of her allies
VI. Ireland, 1782-1800 : Grattan ; The united Irishmen ; The 'ninety-eight ; The union ; End of Pitt's long ministry ; India under Cornwallis and Wellesley -- VII. The Napoleonic struggle, I., 1803-1807 ; British parties ; The war renewed ; The Trafalgar campaign ; Deaths of Pitt and Fox ; Their successors ; Napoleon and nationality -- VIII. The Napoleonic struggle, II, 1808-1815 : Wellington and the Peninsular war ; The commercial struggle and the blockade ; Leipzig and Waterloo ; Castlereagh and the resettlement of Europe -- IX. The industrial revolution : Rural: enclosures and Speenhamland ; Urban: machines and factories ; Material and moral influences on the new society ; Popular education ; The mechanics -- X. "Macadamising" : Highways and horses ; Hunting, shooting, boxing ; Sports and athletics ; Public schools ; The army and the nation ; Cnada and the American War of 1812 ; Castlereagh's American policy, 1817-1818
XI. After the war, 1815-1822 : Brougham, Bentham, Owen, Cobbett ; The radical movement and the second repression ; Peterloo and Cato street ; The queen's trial ; Death of Castlereagh -- XII. Liberal Toyism, 1822-1827 : Canning, Peel, Huskisson ; Francis place and the combination acts ; The corn laws ; Canning's foreign policy: Spain, America, Greece -- XIII. The break-up of the Tory party, 1827-1830 : Illness of Lord Liverpool ; Ministry and death of Canning ; The Wellington ministry ; O'Connell and catholic emancipation ; Opening of the Liverpool and Manchester railway ; London University -- XIV. Wellington, the Whigs and the nation, 1830-1832 ; French and Belgian revolutions ; The grey ministry formed ; The reform bill -- XV. The Whigs and the reform era, 1832-1835 : Reform in Scotland ; Municipal reform ; Factory acts ; Poor law ; Socialists and chartists
XVI. The Whigs and the Empire : Abolition of slavery, 1833 ; South Africa, the great trek ; Emigration and the Gibbon Wakefield ; Australasia ; Canada, 1837-1854: the Durham report and Lord Elgin's Governorship ; Responsible government and the imperial connection -- XVII. The crown after the reform bill : Peel, Cobden and the anti-corn law league ; Disraele and the Peelites ; Beginning of Victorian prosperity ; "New model" trade unionism ; The co0operative movement ; Chadwick and public health -- XVIII. Evolution in the church ; Parliament, church and dissenters ; Scottish Kirk disruption ; Ireland, 1830-1847: famine and emigration ; America and the Oregon settlement, 1846 -- XIX. The abortive revolution of 1848-1849: British attitude ; Palmerston ; Napoleon III ; The Crimea and Florence Nightingale -- XX. India from the Napoleonic wars to the mutiny
XXI. The last days of Whig-Liberalism : "The triumvirate" helps Cavour to make Italy ; Cobden's commercial treaty with France ; The American civil war ; Canadian federation ; Denmark ; Death of Palmerston, 1865 -- XXII. Mill, Darwin and the new era ; Bright, Gladstone and Disraeli enfranchise the town laborer, 1866-1867 Gladstone's reform ministry, 1868-74 ; Irish church and land ; The education act ; University, civil service and army reform -- XXIII. The Franco-Prussian war ; The new era in Foreign affairs ; Fall of Gladstone ; Disraeli's ministry, 1874-1880 ; Trade union and social legislation ; The eastern question: Disraeli, Gladstone and the Turk -- XXIV. Gladstone's second ministry, 1880-1885 ; South Africa ; Egypt and the Soudan ; County franchise ; Ireland ; The home rule split, 1886 -- XXV. The Salisbury ministries : Socialist influences ; The new trade unionism ; Municipal development ; The fin de siècle ; Ireland, Parnell and the liberal interlude -- XXVI. Salisbury and Chamberlin ; Imperialism ; Africa ; Cecil Rhodes ; The Soudan conquered ; Venezuela ; The Boer war ; The queen's jubilees and death.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)399873
(OCoLC)ocm00399873
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Trevelyan, George Macaulay, 1876-1962.
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