Gladstone Centenary Essays

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Index
Page numbers printed in bold type refer to illustrations; a letter n following a page number denotes note number(s) on that page.
Aberdeen, Earl of 35
Admiralty 103, 104–5, 239 application of ‘business methods’ 103–4 naval expenditure 239–40, 256
Affirmation Bill 85
Agincourt, HMS 104
Agricultural Labourers’ Act 1883 165
agricultural relief 49
Alabama (ship) 102
Alexandria British and American marines in 212 evacuation before bombardment of 202
Amberley, Lord 161n78
American Civil War 83, 86–87
Anglo-French commercial treaty 118, 125 consequences of 119 Gladstone's co-operation with Cobden 119–20 renegotiation 121–22
anthropology, social 65
anthropomorphism 68, 69, 70
anthropophuism 68
Anti-Corn Law League 42, 115
anti-Irish party 186
Apollo 64–65, 66
apostolic succession 18, 20, 23–24
Arabi Pasha 213, 215, 216
army commissions, abolition of purchase system 97
Arrow incident 117
Asquith, Herbert Henry 152, 247–48, 248, 256 on financial policy 250–51 Home Secretary 228 on Irish policy 252–54 speech on Liberal ideals and aims 250
Asquith, Margot 247–49
Assessed Rates Act 1869 96
Austria 119, 121
Austro-Prussian War 121
Ayrton, Acton 103, 105–6, 106–7
Baines, Edward 81, 149, 156n33
Baines, Talbot 152–53, 159n58, 162n85
Baines family 156n30, 31, 33, 157n35, 159n58
Balfour, Arthur James, Irish land question 169
Ballot Act 1872 76, 84
Barran, Sir John 143, 146, 149, 157n40, 158n42
Barran family 160n61
Barry, Edward 107
Bateson family 155n14
Beckett, J. C. 164, 176
Bedchamber Crisis 39
Belmore, Earl of 155n14, 15
Bew, Paul 178
bibliography 260–75 biographical studies 2, 3, 5, 263 books by Gladstone 261–62 collected essays 262 economic policy 270–71 edited collections 260–61

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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
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  • ‘the Strict Line of Political Succession’? Gladstone's Relationship with Peel: An Apt Pupil? 29
  • Notes 52
  • Gladstone and Homer 57
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  • Gladstone and Parliamentary Reform 75
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  • Gladstone, Liberalism and the Government of 1868–1874 94
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  • 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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