Walpole and the Whig Supremacy

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1. Manuscripts: The most valuable unpublished Walpole papers are the Cholmondeley (Houghton) MSS deposited in Cambridge University Library. There are many other unpublished Walpole letters in the British Museum, particularly among the Newcastle papers (notably Add MSS 32686-701, 32786 and 33034), but also in Add MS 35335 and Stowe MS 251. There are useful Walpole letters among the Erle papers in Churchill College Library, Cambridge; the Marlborough papers at Blenheim Palace (B 1 and B 2); in MS 274 in Chicago University Library; and in the Norfolk and Norwich Record Office. There are a few Walpole letters in State Papers Domestic 35 and 36 at the Public Record Office; Henry E. Huntington Library, California; Nottingham University Library; Pierpont Morgan Library, New York; and Yale University Library.

2. Printed: Many valuable Walpole letters from private collections are published in Volumes 2 and 3 of William Coxe's Memoirs of the Life and Administration of Sir Robert Walpole ( 3 vols., 1798) and some useful letters in two other works by William Coxe, Memoirs of Horatio, Lord Walpole ( 2 vols., 3rd ed., 1820) and Memoirs of the Administration of Henry Pelham ( 2 vols., 1829). Other letters of interest are printed in Letters and Dispatches of Marlborough, ed. Sir George Murray ( 5 vols., 1845); P. C. Yorke, The Life and Correspondence of Philip Yorke, Earl of Hardwicke ( 3 vols., Cambridge, 1913); Letters of Philip Dormer Stanhope, Fourth Earl of Chesterfleld, ed. Bonamy Dobrée ( 6 vols., 1932); The Yale Edition of Horace Walpole's Correspondence, ed. W. S. Lewis and others ( 1937-); and in Historical Manuscripts Commission Carlisle MSS, Mar and Kellie MSS, Polwarth MSS, Vol. v, Portland MSS, Vols. v and

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Introduction to the Series 5
  • Contents 7
  • Plates 8
  • Preface 9
  • I - Walpole and the Whigs 11
  • 2 - A Whig Apprenticeship (1701-14) 20
  • 3 - The Hanoverian Succession 40
  • 4 - Walpole Consolidates His Power 56
  • 5 - Political Management 66
  • 6 - Financial and Commercial Policies 93
  • 7 - Foreign Policy 113
  • 8 - Walpole and His Critics 140
  • 9 - Walpole in Power (1721-42) 160
  • 10 - The Last Years (1742-5) 188
  • Bibliography 193
  • Index 197
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