Early Victorian England, 1830-1865 - Vol. 1

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CONTENTS

VOLUME I
I. LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONSviii
II. NOTE ON COSTUME . xiv
III. CHRONOLOGICAL TABLExvii
IV. I. WORK AND WAGES. By J. H. CLAPHAM1
V. II. HOMES AND HABITS. By MRS. C. S. PEEL77
VI. III. TOWN LIFE AND LONDON. By R. H. MOTTRAM153
VII. IV. LIFE IN THE NEW TOWNS. By J. H. CLAPHAM AND M. H. CLAPHAM225
VIII. V. COUNTRY LIFE AND SPORT. By BERNARD DARWIN245
IX. VI. THE NAVY. By ADMIRAL G. A. BALLARD297
X. VII. THE ARMY. By SIR JOHN FORTESCUE345
XI. VIII. THE MERCANTILE MARINE. By BASIL LUBBOCK377

VOLUME II
I. IX. THE PRESS. By E. E. KELLETT1
II. X. ART. By A. P. OPPÉ99
III. XI. ARCHITECTURE. By A. E. RICHARDSON177
IV. XII. MUSIC. By E. J. DENT249
V. XIII. DRAMA. By ALLARDYCE NICOLL265
VI. XIV. HOLIDAYS AND TRAVEL. By MONA WILSON283
VII. XV. CHARITY. By E. LASCELLES315
VIII. XVI. EXPANSION AND EMIGRATION. By D. WOODRUFF349
IX. XVII. PORTRAIT OF AN AGE. By G. M. YOUNG411

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations viii
  • Costume xiv
  • Chronological Table xvii
  • I - Work and Wages 1
  • II - Homes and Habits 77
  • III - Town Life 153
  • IV - Life in the New Towns 225
  • V - Country Life and Sport 245
  • VI - The Navy 297
  • VII - The Army 345
  • VIII - The Mercantile Marine, 1830-65 377
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