Age of Aristocracy 1688-1830

ISBN-10: 0618001034
ISBN-13: 9780618001033
Edition: 8th 2001
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List price: $115.95
Edition: 8th
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: CENGAGE Learning
Publication date: 10/23/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.144

This text, which is the third volume in the best selling History of England series, tells how a small and insignificant outpost of the Roman empire evolved into a nation that has produced and disseminated so many significant ideas and institutions. The Eighth Edition incorporates more women's history, while continuing to provide balanced political and economic coverage with social and cultural history woven throughout.

The Fruits of Revolution: 1688 to 1714
The Glorious Revolution King and Parliament
The Reign of James II (16851688)
The Role of William Whigs and Tories
The Revolution Settlement in England
The Turnabout in Foreign Policy
The Revolution Settlement in Ireland
Financial Innovations
The Reign of Queen Anne
The War of the Spanish Succession (17021713)
England and Scotland: Uneasy Union Administration and Politics in Wartime
The Twilight of the Stuart Era (17101714)
The Whig Oligarchy: 1714 to 1763
The Structure of Society
The England of Gregory King
The Aristocracy and the Gentry
The Farmers Merchants and Artisans Life in London
The Roles of Women
The Poor Law
Politics in the Age of Walpole
The Defeat of Toryism
The Cabinet and Parliament
Local Government Years of Instability (17141722)
The Walpole Machine
The Years of Stability (17271738)
Britain and the Wider World
The Coming of War with Spain (17381739)
Walpole: The Legacy
The Winning of Empire
The Expansion of the Conflict (17391740)
The Nature of Eighteenth-Century Warfare
The War of the Austrian Succession (17401748)
Reversal of Alliances and Renewal of War (17481757)
The Rise of William Pitt
The Years of Victory (17581760)
The Peace of Paris
The Price of Victory
Eighteenth-Century Views of the World
England and the Enlightenment
Scotland and the Enlightenment
The Role of Religion
The Augustan Era in English Literature
The World of Lord Chesterfield
The World of Samuel Johnson
Forces of Change: 1760 to 1789
The Age of George III
The Character of the King
The Politics of the 1760s
The Case of John Wilkes
The Radical Impulse
The Loss of Empire
The American Problem
The Decade of Wobbling (17611770)
The Coming of War (17701775)
The Civil War (17751778)
The World War (17781783)
Disunion at Home
The Peace Settlement
The Coming of Industry
The Eighteenth-Century Population
Explosion Industrialization: The Prerequisites
Industrialization: The Process
The Social Consequences
A Pause Between Storms
The Great Landlords
The Religious Revival
Humanitarian Movements Pitt and Reform Empire in India
Conclusion
War and Its Aftermath: 1789 to 1830
The Struggle Against the French Revolution
French Revolutionaries and British
Reformers Burke and the New Conservatism
The War in Europe (17931797)
The Impact of War at Home The Naval Conflict (17931797)
The Egyptian Expedition (1798)
The War of the Second Coalition (17991801)
The Irish Crisis (17971801)
The Peace of Amiens (1802)
The Napoleonic Wars
The War at Sea (18031805)
The War of the Third Coalition (18051807)
The Continental System (18071809)
The British Counterattack (18101811)
The American and Russian Wars (1812)
The Fall of Napoleon (18131815)
The Twilight of Aristocracy
The Settlement of 1815
Britain's Breach with the Concert (18151823)
The Tory Reaction (18151822)
The Prince Regent and Regency England
Crisis in the Near East (18211830)
Moderate Toryism (18221827)
The Disruption of the Tories (18271830)
The Reform Program
Epilogue
Appendix
Bibliography
Index

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