Gladstone Centenary Essays

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Notes
1
T. B. Macaulay, ‘Gladstone on Church and State’ in Critical and Historical Essays, 3 vols, London, Longman, 1843, vol. 2, p. 430.
2
J. Morley, The Life of William Ewart Gladstone, 3 vols, London, Macmillan, 1903, vol. 1, p. 275.
3
In a letter written on 20 April 1853 and preserved in the Peel MSS, British Library. Quoted in N. Gash, Sir Robert Peel: The Life of Sir Robert Peel after 1830, London, Longman, 1986 edn, p. 708.
4
R. Shannon, Gladstone, 1809–1865, London, Hamish Hamilton, 1982, p. 224.
5
E. J. Feuchtwanger, Gladstone, London, Allen Lane, 1975, p. 68.
6
R. Jenkins, Gladstone, London, Macmillan, 1995, p. 63.
7
Hansard's Parliamentary Debates, 3rd series, vol. 112, col. 857, 3 July 1850. GD, 2, 3 and 4 July 1850.
8
Shannon (1982), p. 67. See also P. Butler, Gladstone: Church, State and Tractarianism: A Study of his Religious Ideas and Attitudes, 1809–1859, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1982, pp. 66–73.
9
J. Brooke and M. Sorensen (eds), The Prime Ministers’ Papers: W. E. Gladstone, 4 vols, London, HMSO, 1971–81, vol. 3, p. 77. This extract is quoted in B. Hilton, ‘The Ripening of Robert Peel’, in M. Bentley (ed.), Public and Private Doctrine: Essays presented to Maurice Cowling, Cambridge, Cambridge UP, 1993, pp. 63–84, at 63–64.
10
G. I. T. Machin, >The Catholic Question in English Politics, 1820–30, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1964; G. I. T. Machin, ‘The Catholic Question and the Monarchy, 1827–29’, Parliamentary History, Vol. 16, 1997, pp. 213–20. On Catholic emancipation as part of a broader blitz on Irish legislation in 1828–30, see P. J. Jupp, British Politics on the Eve of Reform: The Duke of Wellington's Administration, 1828–30, London, Macmillan, 1998, pp. 157–64.
11
GD, 5 June 1833. See also Morley (1903), vol. 1, p. 77. The speech is reported in Hansard, 3rd series, vol. 18, cols 330–37. See also H. G. C. Matthew, Gladstone, 1809–1874, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1986, p. 31, and Shannon (1982), p. 46.
12
A. Tilney Bassett (ed.), Gladstone to his Wife, London, Methuen, 1936, p. 28.
13
GD, 31 March and 29 July 1834; Morley (1903), vol. 1, p. 84.
14
Bassett (1936), pp. 31–32
15
This was the last occasion on which a monarch dismissed a ministry. For recent, and rather conflicting, interpretations of the reasons which lay behind William's decision, see L. G. Mitchell, >Lord Melbourne, Oxford, Oxford UP, 1997, pp. 146–50, and I. Newbould, Whiggery and Reform, 1830–41: The Politics of Government, London, Macmillan, 1990, pp. 152–54.
16
GD, 17–20 December 1834; Morley (1903), vol. 1, p. 89.
17
Morley (1903), vol. 1, p. 91; GD, 26 January 1835.
18
Morley (1903), vol. 1, p. 91. A useful assemblage of evidence about Peel's private kindness to government subordinates is found in Gash (1986), pp. 662–69.
19
Feuchtwanger (1975), p. 26; Morley (1903), vol. 1, p. 94.
20
Matthew (1986), p. 37.
21
B. Hilton, The Age of Atonement: The Influence of Evangelicalism on Social and Economic Thought, 1795–1865, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1988, p. 340. See also D.

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  • 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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