Statesmen, scholars and merchants: essays in eighteenth-century history presented to Dame Lucy Sutherland; edited by Anne Whiteman, J.S. Bromley and P.G.M. Dickson.
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Bromley, J. S.
Dickson, P. G. M.
Sutherland, Lucy Stuart,
Great Britain -- Church history -- 18th century.
Great Britain -- Civilization -- 18th century.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- 18th century.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 18th century.
Sutherland, Lucy Stuart, Dame -- Bibliography.
xiv, 375 p. port. 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Bromley, J.S. Lucy Stuart Sutherland.--Whiteman, A. The census that never was.--Bromley, J.S. The Jacobite privateers in the Nine Years War.--Olson, A.G. Governor Robert Hunter and the Anglican Church in New York.--Greaves, R.W. Fathers and heretics in eighteenth-century Leicester.--Dickson, P.G.M. English commercial negotiations with Austria, 1737-1752.--Owen, J.B. George II reconsidered.--Langford, P. The Rockingham Whigs and America, 1767-1773.--Price, J.M. Joshua Johnson in London, 1771-1775.--Christie, I.R. The historians' quest for the American Revolution.--Baker, N. Changing attitudes towards government in eighteenth-century Britain.--Gurney, J.D. Fresh light on the character of the Nawab of Arcot.--Marshall, P.J. Warren Hastings as scholar and patron.--Brooke, J. Horace Walpole and King George III.--Woods, J.A. James Sharp: Common Councillor of London in the time of Wilkes.--Copeland, T.W. Johnson and Burke.--Courtney, C.P. Edmund Burke and the Enlightenment.--Ward, W.R. The legacy of John Wesley.--Lamb, V. The writings of Lucy Stuart Sutherland (p. -359)
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