Gladstone Centenary Essays

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List of Illustrations
Gladstone age 70, in 1880, photograh by Samuel A. Walker, Flintshire Record Office.xiv
1 Thomas Chalmers calotype by David Octavius Hill, c. 1844, University of Edinburgh Library.10
2 Procession at the Disruption of the Church of Scotland, 1843.23
3 Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Bt, by John Linnell, by courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery, London.29
4 Sir John Gladstone calotype by David Octavius Hill, c. 1844, University of Edinburgh Library.33
5 Bust of Homer at Hawarden Castle, Sir William Gladstone.57
6 Cartoon of ‘My Old Friend Homer’ from Punch, 14 December 1872.61
7 Cartoon of Gladstone and Disraeli from Punch, 26 May 1866.75
8 Cartoon of Gladstone raising the fiery cross of reform from Punch, 30 August 1884.87
9 Cartoon ‘The End of the Season’ from Punch, 26 August 1871.94
10 Cartoon ‘All in the Downs’ from Punch, 19 August 1871.105
11 Richard Cobden, c. 1865, engraved by Holl.113
12 Cartoon of Gladstone and the shade of Cobden from Punch, 18 November 1893.124
13 Gladstone and his Family at Hawarden Castle, c. 1875, Flintshire Record Office.133
14 Gladstone in the House of Commons, drawing by Harry Furniss, 8 May 1882.163
15 Gladstone welcomed to the Commons by Irish MPs from The Graphic, c. 1893.166
16 Cartoon of ‘Strange Bedfellows’ from The Union, 11 February 1888.184
17 Cartoon of ‘Samson Agonistes’ from The Union, 18 February 1888.189
18 Intervention in Egypt: Europeans leaving Alexandria before the bombardment, from The Illustrated London News, 8 July 1882.202
19 The Anglo-American Partnership: British and American Marines in Alexandria, from The Illustrated London News, 29 July 1882.212

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Gladstone Centenary Essays
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Contributors vi
  • List of Illustrations viii
  • Preface x
  • Note xi
  • Acknowledgements xii
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • Notes *
  • Gladstone, Chalmers and the Disruption of the Church of Scotland 10
  • Notes *
  • ‘the Strict Line of Political Succession’? Gladstone's Relationship with Peel: An Apt Pupil? 29
  • Notes 52
  • Gladstone and Homer 57
  • Notes *
  • Gladstone and Parliamentary Reform 75
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  • Gladstone, Liberalism and the Government of 1868–1874 94
  • Notes *
  • Gladstone and Cobden 113
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  • Networking through Sound Establishments: How Gladstone Could Make Dissenting Sense 133
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  • Gladstone and Irish Nationalism: Achievement and Reputation 163
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  • In the Front Rank of the Nation: Gladstone and the Unionists of Ireland, 1868–1893 184
  • Notes 199
  • Exportin ‘weatern & Beneficent Institutions’: Gladstone and Empire, 1880–1885 202
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  • Gladstone's Fourth Administration, 1892–1894 225
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  • ‘carving the Last Few Columns out of the Gladstonian Quarry’: the Liberal Leaders and the Mantle of Gladstone, 1898–1929 243
  • Notes 257
  • William Ewart Gladstone: A Select Bibliography 260
  • Index 277
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