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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Pares, Richard, 1902-1958.
Essays presented to Sir Lewis Namier.
London, Macmillan; New York, St. Martin's Press, 1956
|Named Person:||Lewis Bernstein Namier; L B Namier|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard Pares; L B Namier; A J P Taylor
|Description:||viii, 541 p. port. 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Oliver Cromwell and his parliaments, by H.R. Trevor-Roper.--The city of London in eighteenth-century politics, by L. Sutherland.--A London West-India merchant house, 1740-1769, by R. Pares.--Letters from William Pitt to Lord Bute, 1755-1758, by R. Sedgwick.--A wine-merchant's letter-book, by Sir J. Fergusson of Kilkerran.--Horace Walpole, antiquary, by W.S. Lewis.--The stewardship of the Chiltern Hundreds, by B. Kemp.--The reporting and publishing of the House of Commons' debates, 1771-1834, by A. Aspinall.--English reform and French Revolution in the general election of 1830, by N. Gash.--The changes in parliamentary procedure, 1880-1882, by E. Hughes.--Aspects of Russian foreign policy, 1815-1914, by G.H. Bolsover.--Russia and Europe as a theme of Russian history, by E.H. Carr.--The intellectuals and revolution: social forces in Eastern Europe since 1848, by H. Seton-Watson.--Personality and diplomacy in Anglo-American relations, 1917, by S. Morison.--The war aims of the Allies in the First World War, by A.J.P. Taylor.--Men of tragic destiny: Ludendorf and Groener, by J.W. Wheeler-Bennett.|
|Responsibility:||Edited by Richard Pares and Alan J.P. Taylor.|