The Second Tory Party, 1714-1832

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INDEX
Abbot, Charles, 1st Baron Colchester, Speaker, 5, 280, 281399
Aberdeen, George Hamilton Gordon, 4th Earl, his maiden speech, 276; a Cabinet Minister ( 1828), 363, 364; resigns ( 1828), 367; and reform, 381
Acland, Sir Thomas Dyke, 365, 388, 389
Addington, Henry, 1st Viscount Sidmouth (frequently referred to as the Doctor), Speaker, 183; and Catholic emancipation, 221, 222, 224, 252, 281; Prime Minister ( 1801), 223, 224; and suggested Cabinet changes, 399; and the peace terms with France ( 1802), 226; secures the Clerkship of the Pells for his schoolboy son, 228; and the 1802 election, 228; discusses his Cabinet ( 1802), 229; and the proposed coalition with Pitt ( 1802-3), 229-34, 236, 400; his quarrel with Pitt, 235, 237; fall of his Cabinet, 238; the mad king offers him an earldom, the garter, and a pension, 238; favourite with King and Parliament, 240, 241; his reunion with Pitt, 242, 243; becomes Lord Sidmouth and Lord President, 242; resigns ( 1805), 244; and the 'Talents' Ministry ( 1806), 248; and the 1806 elections, 250, 251; and the slave trade, 252; and the 1807 Ministry, 253; and a change of government ( 1809), 261; and the Perceval Ministry ( 1810), 264, 265; and the Dissenters' liberty of preaching, 268, 273; and Cabinet changes ( 1812), 270, 401; Home Secretary ( 1812), 272, 273, 291; and the sale of seditious literature, 292; and Peterloo, 298-301; and the separation of the King and Queen, ( 1820), 307; wishes to retire, 310; Liverpool suggests he remains without office, 311; and Canning's inclusion in the Cabinet ( 1822), 315; retires ( 1824), 325
Addington, Hiley, 227, 243; Treasury Secretary ( 1801), 223
Addington, Mrs., 238, 242
Advocate, 10
Agriculture ( 1823), 321
Agriculture, Board of, 186
Ailesbury, Thomas Bruce, Earl of, 70
Aislabie, John, 22
Aix-la-Chapelle, peace of, 48
Alberoni, Cardinal, 18
Alexander, Czar, 225
Aliens Act, 323
Allen, William, 106, 109
Althorp, John Charles Spencer, Viscount, 7, 248; and the 1806 election, 251; and the continuation of the war ( 1813), 276; and despotism, 283; and the 1820 elections, 305; and the separation of the King and Queen, 307; favours bimetallism, 321; and bankruptcy reform, 323; and Russell's motion to create one hundred new seats, 324; and the 1825 depression, 341; and Catholic emancipation, 349; refuses to serve under Canning ( 1827), 353; and coalition ( 1827), 356; says that Lansdowne destroyed party, 359; and the present Ministry ( 1828), 372; supports Peel, 376; and the new government ( 1830), 378; his Budget ( 1831), 385; and the 1831 elections, 389; and the Reform Bill, 395
Alvanley, Baron, see Arden, Richard Pepper
Amelia, Princess, 5, 54, 262
America, Secretary for, 96
America, trade laws, military establishments and taxation ( 1763-74), 83, 84, 88, 93-5, 97, 99, 101, 120-5; War of Independence, and the peace preliminaries ( 1775-83), 125-34, 137, 139-41, 144, 147, 149-51
Amherst, Jeffrey, Baron, 129
Anglesey, Arthur Annesley, 5th Earl, 13
Anglesey, Henry William Paget, 1st Marquis, Master of Ordnance, 352; Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland ( 1828), 362; and Catholic emancipation, 368, 369; joins Grey's Ministry ( 1830), 383
Anne, Queen, her death, 13; and Bolingbroke, 26

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • I- The Problem and Its Conditions 1
  • II- In the Wilderness 1714-1727 13
  • III- Sir Robert 24
  • I- Fusion and Confusion 1742-1754 39
  • V- The Watershed- I 1754-1760 58
  • VI- The Watershed- II 1760-1765 68
  • VII- The Watershed- III 1765-1768 87
  • VIII- The New Parties 1768-1774 99
  • IX 122
  • X- The Divide 1782-1784 143
  • XI- The Party of Mr. Pitt 1784-1792 164
  • XIII- The Breaking of the Pitt Party 1800-1806 213
  • XIV- The Age of Faction 1806-1812 247
  • XV- Aftermath of War 1813-1820 276
  • XVI- Breaking-Point (1820-1826) 304
  • XVII- The Break 1826-1830 345
  • XVIII- Finale 384
  • Authorities 405
  • Notes 409
  • Index 425
  • By the Same Author British Foreign Policy 1660-1672 *
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