Essays in modern English history in honor of Wilbur Cortez Abbott.
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1941.
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Abbott, Wilbur Cortez, 1869-1947.
Great Britain -- History.
xii, 404 p. front. (port.) illus. (map) 23 cm.
Foreword, by Charles Seymour.--A restoration goldsmith-banking house: the Vine on Lombard Street, by Dorothy K. Clark.--The reconcilers and the restoration (1660-1662) by Ethyn W. Kirby.--English party politics (1688-1714) by Robert Walcott, Jr.--Some sidelights upon the general election of 1715, by W.T. Morgan.--Acadia and the beginnings of modern British imperialism, by L.H. Gipson.--The organization of General Sullivan's army in the Rhode Island campaign of 1778, by E.E. Curtis.--The Penobscot expedition, by W.S. Hayward.--Madras in 1787, by Holden Furber.--George III: historians and a royal reputation, by Gerda R. Crosby.--Maritime adventures of New York in the Napoleonic era, by R.G. Albion.--English game law reform, by Chester Kirby.--From Huskisson to Peel: a study in mercantilism, by A.R.M. Lower.
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