Ideas and institutions of Victorian Britain; essays in honour of George Kitson Clark. Edited by Robert Robson.
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Robson, Robert, 1929-
Kitson Clark, G. S. R. 1900-1975.
Great Britain -- Civilization -- 19th century.
viii, 343 p. 23 cm.
Parliamentary parties and the independent member, 1810-1860, by D. E. D. Beales.--Social structure, political structure, and public opinion in mid-Victorian England, by D. C. Moore.--Coal mines regulation: the first decade, 1842-1852, by O. O. G. M. MacDonagh.--Cobden and Bright in politics, 1846-1857, by N. McCord.--Cobden and Bright in politics, 1846-1857, by N. McCord.--Popular Protestantism in Victorian Britain, by G. F. A. Best.--Mid-century Scottish nationalism: romantic and radical, by H. J. Hanham.--The uses of philology in Victorian England, by J. W. Burrow.--The atheist mission, 1840-1900, by F. B. Smith.--John Robert Seeley and the idea of a national church, by R. T. Shannon.--The parliamentary foundations of the Hotel Cecil, by J. P. Cornford.--Trinity College in the age of Peel, by R. Robson.
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