Lives of Victorian Political Figures, Part I (inbunden)
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Pickering & Chatto (Publishers) Ltd
Lopatin-Lummis, Nancy (red.)/Gaunt, Richard (red.)
Part. I
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3333 g
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Lives of Victorian Political Figures, Part I (inbunden)

Lives of Victorian Political Figures, Part I

Palmerston, Disraeli and Gladstone by their Contemporaries

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Aims to bring alive, through the eyes of their contemporaries, three of the greatest political figures of the Victorian era - Henry, third Viscount Palmerston, Benjamin Disraeli and William Gladstone. This four-volume set draws together various documents including journals and diaries, pamphlets, correspondence, and other ephemeral literature.
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Volume 1: Lord Palmerston William Walton, A Letter Addressed to Viscount Palmerston, MP On his Speech and Motion on Wednesday, March 10, 1830, Respecting the Relations of England with Portugal (1830); Sidney Smith, A Letter to Archdeacon Singleton (1837); William Cargill, Mehemet Ali, Lord Palmerston, Russia and France (1840); Henry John Temple [Viscount Palmerston], Proposed Impeachment of Lord Palmerston: Reports of Two Public Meetings held in Carlisle and Newcastle upon Tyne (1840)*; Charles MacFarlane, Sicily, her Constitutions, and Viscount Palmerston's Sicilian Blue Book (1849); Edmund Phipps, Memoirs of the Political and Literary Life of Robert Plumer Ward (1850); William Coningham, Lord Palmerston and Prince Albert: Letters by William Coningham, Esq., Together with the 'Suppressed Pamphlet' Entitled 'Palmerston: What Has he Done?' By 'One of the People' (1854); Anon, 'Men and movements of our times II: Aberdeen and Palmerston', Tait's Edinburgh Magazine, 22 (1855)*; Marquis of Normanby, The Congress and the Cabinet (1859); Henry John Temple [Viscount Palmerston], Contradictions of Lord Palmerston in Reference to Poland and Circassia et caetera (1863); F J Snell, Palmerston's Borough: a Budget of Electioneering Anecdotes, Jokes, Squibs and Speeches (1894); John Evelyn Denison, Notes from my Journal when Speaker of the House of Commons (1900); The volume also includes articles from selected periodicals. Volumes 2 and 3: Benjamin Disraeli Joseph Stammers, The Case of the Queen vs Disraeli (1838); 'A Barrister', A Letter to Benjamin Disraeli Esq MP upon the Subject of his recent Attack upon the Minister (1846)*; John Dix (afterwards Ross), Pen and Ink Sketches of Poets, Preachers and Politicians (1847); Thomas MacKnight, The Right Honourable Benjamin Disraeli (1854); Magnus C Rendall, Gladstone and Disraeli and the Whig and Tory Parties (1867); Charles Dilke, Mr Dilke on Mr Disraeli's Manifesto (1868)*; 'An Irish Catholic', The 'No Popery' Premier and the Irish People (1868); Benjamin Disraeli, His Little Dinner (1876); Alfred Austin, England's Policy and Peril (1877); John De Morgan, Letter to the Rt Hon Earl of Beaconsfield (1878); H H Jenkins, Breakers Ahead! (1878); Archibald MacCullagh, Political Stone Broth (1878); Anon, Dizzi-Ben-Dizzi; or, The Orphan of Bagdad (1878); Anon, Squire Bull, and his Bailiff, Benjamin (1879); Arthur C Yates and Arthur G Symonds (eds), Lord Beaconsfield Interviewed (1879); John Phillips Stafford, The Battle of the Genii (1880); Francis Bickerstaffe Drew, How Ben Behaved Himself (1880); J M Milner, In Memoriam Benjamin Disraeli (1881)*; Charles Dunlop, Beaconsfield Brilliants (1881); James Foster Turner Wiseman, This is the Tree that Ben Raised (1883)*; Joseph Kidd, 'The Last Illness of Lord Beaconsfield', Nineteenth Century: A Monthly Review, 26 (1889)*; Sir William Augustus Fraser, Disraeli and his Day (1891); William Archer Shee, My Contemporaries, 1830-70 (1893); Sir William Henry Gregory, An Autobiography (1894); Frederick Arthur Hyndman, The National or Factional Party: Which Shall Win? Volumes 3 and 4: William Ewart Gladstone F D Maurice, Thoughts on the Duty of a Protestant in the present Oxford Election (1847); Edward Harper, Mr Gladstone Answered: the Inconsistencies, Absurdities, and Contradictions in Mr Gladstone's Public Career: being a Letter to him, in Reply to his 'Chapter of Autobiography' (1868)*; John McGilchrist, The Life of William Ewart Gladstone (1868); F A, 'William Ewart Gladstone: A Study of his Character', London Society, 15:86 (1869)*; A Templar, The Gladstone Government (1869); An Englishman, The Question of the Day: Turk or Christian?; an Answer to Mr Gladstone's Pamphlet: with a True Narrative of the Bulgarian Horrors (c.1876)*; George Rose Badenoch, A Word of Warning against Mr Gladstone: addressed to the People of Scotland, and in particular to the Electors of Mid-Lothian (1879)*; Anon, Why did Gladstone fall fro