The Mid-Victorian Generation, 1846-1886

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • General Editor's Preface vii
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xi
  • Plates xv
  • Maps xvi
  • Tables xvii
  • Acknowledgements to the Illustrations xix
  • Introduction 1
  • PART I - Society and the State 7
  • Chapter 1 - The Agrarian Interest 9
  • Chapter 3 - Workers by Hand 56
  • Chapter 4 - The Nature of the State 91
  • PART II - The Fabric of Politics 125
  • Chapter 5 - Parties, Governments, Policies 1846-1855 127
  • Chapter 6 - Crimean War and Indian Mutiny 167
  • Chapter 7 - Palmerston and After, 1855-1868 198
  • Chapter 8 - Reform and Electoral Politics 237
  • PART III - Money and Mentalities 273
  • Chapter 9 - A Maturing Economy 275
  • Chapter 10 - Living and Spending 316
  • Chapter 11 - The Business of Culture 372
  • Chapter 12 - Godly People 427
  • Chapter 13 - The Evolutionary Moment 472
  • PART IV - England and Beyond 511
  • Chapter 14 - A British Nation? the Experiences of Scotland and Wales 513
  • Chapter 15 - The Island of Ireland 559
  • Chapter 16 - Gladstone and Disraeli 1868-1880 591
  • Chapter 17 - Shifts and Realignments 1880-1886 638
  • Chronology 703
  • List of Cabinets 716
  • Bibliography 725
  • Index 749
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