The Age of Reform. 1815-1870.

By Sir Llewellyn Woodward

Printed: 1990

Publisher: Clarendon Press. Oxford

Edition: Second edition

Dimensions 15 × 23 × 5 cm

Language: English

Size (cminches): 15 x 23 x 5

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In the original dustsheet. Navy cloth binding with gilt title on the spine.

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Contents: List of Maps. Introduction – England in 1815. Book I: Politics and Parties – The Politics of the Upper Class and the Reform of Parliament 1815-32. Monarchy, Ministers and Parties 1832-46 The Age of Melbourne and Peel. The Politics of the Peaople 1830-50 Chartism, Factory Legislation. Party Politics and Political leaders, 1846-70; The Confusion of Parties: The Reform Act of 1867. Book II: England and Europe – Foreign Policy 1815-29; Castlereagh, Canning and Wellington. The Foreign Policy of Palmerston, 1830-41; The Entente With France 1841-6; Palmerston and the crown 1848-52. The Eastern Question, 1841-54, and the Crimean War. The Foreign Policy of Palmerston 1856-65. Book III: Ireland, The Colonies, and India – Ireland. The Colonies. India. Book IV: The Age of Refor – The Prganizarion of a Civilized Social Life. Education 1815-70. Religion and the Churches. English Literature and the Development of Ideas. Movements in the Science and Arts. The Condition of the People 1850-70. Bibliography. List of Cabinets. Index. 681+ pp.

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