The Reign of George III. 1760-1815.

By J Steven Watson

Printed: 1992

Publisher: Clarendon Press. Oxford

Dimensions 15 × 23 × 5.5 cm

Language: English

Size (cminches): 15 x 23 x 5.5

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

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Contents: The Accession of George III. The Economic Pattern in 1760. Social and Political Structure in 1760. Ministerial Instability 1760-5. Continued Ministerial Difficulties. North Establishes His Power 1770-4. The Origins of the American Revolt. Lord North and the American War of Independence. The Fall of North and the Rise of Reform Movements. The Conflict of Groups 1782-4. Pitt and Reconstruction. The Collapse of the Opposition 1784-93. A Civilized Security 1760-90. The First Stage of the War 1793-8. The Battles of the Second Coalition and the Fall of Pitt 1798-1801. From Amiens to Trafalgar. The Failure of the Talents and the Problems Facing Portland 1806-9. Economic Warfare 1806-12. Portland, Perceval, and the Peninsula 1809-12. The transformation of Economic and Cultural Life 1793-1815. The End of the War 1812-15. A Note on the Cabinet. List of Holders of Great Offices of State 1782-1815. List of Cabinets 1782-1815. Bibliography. Index. Maps. 637 pp

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