Victorian England: Aspects of English and Imperial History, 1837-1901

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Index
(Note: Acts of Parliament are listed under ‘Acts of Parliament’; for various minor Acts, 1880-1900, see pp. 295-6. )
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Abdul Hamid, 384
Abdul Karim (‘the Munshi’), 439
Aberdeen, Lord:
ministry (1852-5), 89, 90, 101, 102, 123, 124, 132, 218 ;
and Treaty of Nanking (1842), 115 ; 141, 143, 439, 441
Acts of Parliament:
Allotments (1887), 295
Arrears (of Irish rents, 1882), 243-5
Artisans’ Dwellings (1875), 173
Ballot (1872), 178, 238, 281-2
Bank Charter (1844), 78
British North America (1867), 336
Bubble (1720), 186
Catholic Emancipation (1829), 19, 69, 71, 83
Chimneysweeps (various dates), 175
Coercion, in Ireland (1870, 1871), 237 ;
(1881), 240-5
Combinations of Workmen (1859), 176 ;
repealed (1871), 177
Companies (1844), 78
Conspiracy and Protection of Property (1875), 167, 178
Corn Laws, Repeal of (1846), 61, 63, 67, 74-7, 80, 86-7 ;
long term effects, 266 ;
and Canada, 335
Corrupt Practices (1883), 245, 282
County Councils (1888), 287-8, 312
Criminal Law Amendment (1871), 177
debtors, abolition of imprisonment of (1868), 179
disestablishment of Church in Ireland (1869), 234-5
Ecclesiastical Titles (1851, repealed 1871), 125
Education:
Public Schools (1869), 199 ;
Endowed Schools (1869), 200 ;
Forster’s (1870), 20, 189, 196-8 ;
Sandon’s (1876) and Mundella’s (1880), 189 ;
(1891), 295 ;
Balfour’s (1902), 278
Employers and Workmen (1875), 178
Factory (1802), 56 ;
(1819), 57 ;
(1833), 57, 68-9 ;
(1844), 58, 78, 192 ;
(1847), 58, 117 ;
(1850, 1853), 59 ;
(1864), 55, 59, 174 ;
(1864-78), 59 ;
(1867), 174 ;
(1878), 175 ;
see also Mines, Workshops
food, adulteration of (1860), 170 ;
(1875, 1879), 172
Friendly Societies (1855), 176
Gangs (1867), 175
Housing (1851-75), 173 ;
(1886), 295
India, Government of (1784), 342 ;
(1833), 342 ;
(1853), 202 ;
(1858), 345
Irish Church (1869), 234-5
Irish Land (1870), 236-7, 239 ;
(1881), 240-3 ;
Ashbourne’s (1885), 251 ;
Balfour’s (1890), 251
Judicature (1873), 178

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - People of the Book 4
  • 2 - Age of Steam 25
  • 3 - Disease and Drudgery 41
  • 4 - Lord John and Sir Robert 62
  • 5 - Patriotism Prevails 82
  • 6 - Lord Pumicestone 103
  • 7 - The People's Darling 124
  • 8 - Leap in the Dark 153
  • 9 - Towards a Modern State 168
  • 10 - Towards a Modern State 189
  • 11 - Beaconsfieldism and Midlothianism 206
  • 12 - Cloud in the West 232
  • 13 - The Great Depression: Fact and Fiction 262
  • 14 - Death of Liberal England 280
  • 15 - Birth of the Twentieth Century 299
  • 16 - Imperial Pre-Eminence 331
  • 17 - African Scramble 354
  • 18 - A Clash of Empires 375
  • 19 - Recessional 397
  • 20 - New Ways for Old 416
  • 21 - Queen and Mother 435
  • Index 463
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