6 edition of The Gladstone Diaries: Volumes I & II found in the catalog.
February 15, 1969
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Contributions||M. R. D. Foot (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1354|
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The book was a major commercial success in Britain and the United States. The first edition appeared in six volumes; later editions appeared in twelve and four volumes, and there is also a single-volume abridged version. Writing. Churchill during the Second World War. When Churchill assumed office in , he intended to write a history of the. The last two volumes, 12 of Gladstone's diaries cover the years , and reveal a remarkably vigorous octogenarian. Gladstone was 84 when he stepped down as Prime Minister for the last time, but his life-style made few concessions to his age.
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The Gladstone Diaries Volume One:The Gladstone Diaries Volume Two:The Gladstone Diaries, Volumes III & IV, & Author: William Ewart Gladstone. The Gladstone Diaries Volume II: Publisher: Oxford University Press ISBN: Number of pages: Weight: g Dimensions: x x 46 mm You may also be interested in.
Volumes XII and XIII, the final volumes of W.E. Gladstone's diaries, depict the extraordinary energy of a remarkable octogenarian.
They focus on his pursuit of "justice for Ireland" through the successful passage of a Home Rule Bill. There is also a wealth of material on imperial, The Gladstone Diaries: Volumes I & II book, domestic, and religious politics contained in the daily. Limited Preview for 'The Gladstone Diaries (Vol.
II): ' provided by *This is a limited preview of the contents of this book and does not directly represent the item available for sale.*.
Matthew and M. Foot (eds), The Gladstone Diaries, Vol. 1: – Contents. Close section Front Matter PREFACE; LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS; ABBREVIATED PROPER NAMES in diary text of Volumes I and II; ABBREVIATED BOOK TITLES, &c; OTHER ABBREVIATIONS; INTRODUCTION; Close section The Gladstone Diaries.
Close section Volume I Other editions containing works of William Ewart Gladstone. The Gladstone Diaries, Vol. 2: – Ed. Michael Richard Daniell Foot () The Gladstone Diaries, Vol.
3: – Eds Michael Richard Daniell Foot and H. Matthew () The Gladstone Diaries, Vol. 4: – Eds Michael Richard Daniell Foot and H. The Gladstone Diaries: Volume I: – & Volume II: – [2 2 copies The Gladstone Diaries: Volume III: – & Volume IV: – 2 copies Prose Masterpieces from Modern Essayists Volume 3 of 3 1 copy.
THE MATCTVG OF MR. GLADSTONE* THE APPEARANCE OF THE FIRST TWO VOLUMES OF MR. GLADSTONE'S DIARIES marks the beginning of a major venture in editing and publishing. Glad-stone kept this daily record for over seventy years: in completed form it will fill some twelve stout volumes.
It will provide the principal document for his. 76 Cf. Burke, ‘let the Commons in parliament assembled be one and the same thing with the commons at large’ (Speeches of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke (4 vols, London, ), ii, 89).
Gladstone had been reading the Speeches the previous year; see the entry for 27 Mar. in Gladstone diaries, ed. Foot & Matthew, ii, The tenth and eleventh volumes of Gladstone's Diaries cover the years of his extraordinary second and third administrations.
There is much new material on the occupation of Egypt, the `scramble for Africa', the third Reform Bill, and the crisis in Ireland leading eventually to the proposed Home Rule settlement in and the split of the Liberal Party.
Looking for books by William Ewart Gladstone. See all books authored by William Ewart Gladstone, including Studies On Homer And The Homeric Age V1: Prolegomena, Achaeis Or The Ethnology Of The Greek Races, and The Olympian System Versus the Solar Theory, and more on The Gladstone Diaries: Volumes I & II: & The tenth and eleventh volumes of Gladstone's diaries () cover the years of his dramatic second and third administrations.
The second administration confronted a series of crises: the Land League Campaign and the Phoenix Park murders, Majuba Hill and South Africa, Gordon and the Sudan, and the obstruction of franchise reform by the House of Lords.
The Gladstone Diaries, Volumes III & IV, & book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This volume focuses on the Ratings: 0. Appendix I: Glimpses of Gladstone: by Rosebery, Acland, Derby, H.J.
Gladstone II: Gladstone's papers for the Cabinet on the Irish Settlement, III: Gladstone's publications written in IV: Map of the Sudan Where was he.
Between andthe Liberal statesman William Ewart Gladstone debated the scientific status of the Book of Genesis with the natural historian Thomas Henry Huxley in a series of articles published in the Nineteenth in isolation, this episode has been seen as a case of a professional scientist dismissing an amateur interloper.
Gladstone Diaries, vol. VI, p. show that Gladstone read Life of Lord Bolingbroke on 14 March ; he reread it on 15 April (H.C.G. Matthew (ed.), Gladstone Diaries (Oxford, ), vol. VII, p. ), presumably seeking anti-Disraelian inspiration. Google Scholar. The Gladstone Diaries - Vol. 7 By W.
Gladstone; H. Matthew Clarendon Press, PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Brooke and M. Sorenson (eds.), The Prime Ministers Papers: W.E.
ographica, vol. II (4 vols., London, –8), p. For similarly egocentric arguments see ibid., p. 13 Feb. (‘I had to a great extent pledged myself in the face of the public, meaning, by my book, against any such increase’); p.7 Mar.
(‘whatever be the risks and threaten-ings of. The Gladstone Diaries: Volume I: – & Volume II: – [2 volumes] by W. E. Gladstone: The Gladstone Diaries: Volume III: – & Volume IV: – [2 volumes] by W.
E. Gladstone.The latter has been superbly analysed by Matthew (in particular Gladstone, , pp), but in Shannon's account is related in such a cursory and unsympathetic way that it becomes altogether unintelligible, like a bad caricature.One book is “Richard Carvel” written by Winston Churchill in and the front cover page has “Cornelia Wetmore Chapell, July 3rd, ” written on it.
The second book is “Lorna Doone” (Volume I and II) written by R. D. Blackmore (with Illustrations by Frank T. Merrill) written in Both books .