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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Foreign Policy of Canning Cb : Foreign Plcy Canning.
Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, ©2013
|Named Person:||George Canning; George Canning|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Harold William Vazeille Temperley; Herbert Butterfield
|ISBN:||9781136244568 1136244565 9780203041970 0203041976|
''Transferred to Digital Printing 2006''--T.p. verso.
|Description:||1 online resource (690 pages)|
|Contents:||Cover; THE FOREIGN POLICY OF CANNING 1822 --
1827: England, the Neo-Holy Alliance, and the New World; Copyright; NEW INTRODUCTION; CONTENTS; PART I THE NEO-HOLY ALLIANCE AND THE NEW MAN; CHAPTER I REVOLUTION AND THE NEO-HOLY ALLIANCE (1820-22); 1. THE PRELUDE (1818-20); 2. THE REVOLUTION IN SPAIN (1820); 3. CASTLEREAGH'S STATE PAPER OF 5TH MAY 1820; 4. THE REVOLUTIONS IN NAPLES AND PIEDMONT; 5. THE TROPPAU CIRCULAR (8TH DECEMBER 1820); CASTLEREAGH'S REPLY (19TH JANUARY 1821); 6. THE LAST OF CASTLEREAGH (12TH AUGUST 1822); CHAPTER II THE ADVENT OF THE NEW MAN: HIS POLITICAL SYSTEM. 1. coming into office (august-september 1822)2. canning as the philosophic tory; 3. canning's ideas on foreign policy; part ii france, the neo-holy alliance, and british non-intervention; chapter iii france and the congress of verona; 1. the instructions of castlereagh; 2. the french ministry and their ideas; 3. canning's 'come what may' instruction to wellington (27th september 1822); 4. montmorency's questions (20th october 1822) ; and the answers of the neo-holy alliance; 5. 30th october--wellington's bombshell; 6. france pursues a separate policy. The de la garde despatch (25th december 1822)7. the results of verona; chapter iv the french invasion and the fall of constitutionalism of spain; 1. the last british effort for peace (january to february 1823); 2. the french king's speech (28th january) and the british protest; 3. canning's despatch of the 31st march 1823; 4. the french invasion and canning's reply in parliament; 5. the french outwit metternich (march-may 1823); 6. the french advance and the fall of cadiz (30th september 1823); 7. canning's instructions to à court (june-december 1823). 8. france, the neo-holy alliance, and the spanish terror (october 1823-1825)9. canning's attitude to spanish america (october 1823); part iii new worlds for old; chapter v the polignac conference and the monroe doctrine; 1. the position in spanish america in 1823; 2. the russian aspect; 3. the attitude of spain; 4. french designs on spanish america (1822-3); 5. canning's interviews with rush (august-september); 6. the polignac conference and memorandum (3rd-9th october 1823); 7. effects on europe of the polignac memorandum; 8. the formulation of the monroe doctrine (october-december 1823). 9. the monroe message and doctrine10. canning's view of the monroe doctrine; chapter vi calling the new world into existence; 1. introduction; 2. the refusal of canning to join the congress on spanish-american affairs (30th january 1824); 3. canning's negotiations and last effort with spain (1822 to may 1824); 4. canning rejects the congress policy in the new world (july 1824); 5. the british merchants and the buenos aires decision (23rd july); 6. the struggle with the cabinet and the king over recognition (december 1824).
|Responsibility:||Harold Temperley ; with a new introduction by Herbert Butterfield.|