The British Armed Nation, 1793-1815

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33048, 33109, 33118-20 Pelham Papers
35669-70, 35675-6, 35702-5, 35719-22, 35768, 35773-5, 35919, 45031-2, 45036-7, 45040- 1 Hardwicke Papers
37842, 37877, 37881, 37883-6, 37890-1, 37903-4 Windham Papers
38734-6, 38759 Huskisson Papers
38240-7 38358-64, 38377-9 Liverpool Papers
4100-2, 43770 Melville Papers
40185, 40187, 40220, 40236, 40245, 40562 Peel Papers
49472-3, 49476, 49480, 49494, 49500-4, 49510, 49512A J. W. Gordon Papers
51468 Holland House Papers
58879, 58918, 59286-8, 59290, 59306 Dropmore Papers
Loan 57 Bathurst Papers, Correspondence, 5-7, 21.

National Army Museum
6807 Nugent Papers

Public Record Office

Home Office Records
HO30/1-3 Secretary of State for War
HO42/25-8, 107-8 Correspondence and Papers, Domestic and General
HO50/2-3, 6, 29-30, 62, 97, 453 Military
HO100/39-41, 47-50, 53-5, 60-1, 67-9, 73-4, 83-4, 90-2, 101-2, 108, 111 Ireland Military Correspondence
HO102/7-22, 63-4 Scotland Correspondence

War Office Records
WO1/407, 612, 617, 619-58, 766-76, 778, 902-4, 942, 946, 119 In-letters
WO3/157, 579, 583-5 Out-letters, Commander-in-Chief
WO4/345 Out-letters Secretary at War, Chaplain-General 1810-15

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Maps ix
  • Abbreviations x
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Addition of Mass 16
  • 2 - The French Encirclement 38
  • 3 - The Rise and Fall of the Volunteers 66
  • 4 - The Manpower Ceiling 95
  • 5 - Scotland's Fame 126
  • 6 - Ireland's Fate 153
  • 7 - The Problem of Order 182
  • 8 - Armed Nationalism 209
  • 9 - The Legacy of the Armed Nation 246
  • Bibliography 264
  • Index 281
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