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Lives of Victorian political figures. Part 4, John Stuart Mill, Thomas Hill Green, William Morris and Walter Bagehot by their contemporaries

Author: David Martin; Denys P Leighton; William Anthony Hay
Publisher: London : Pickering & Chatto, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

Carefully selected extracts from biographies, memoirs, diaries, private letters and other ephemera reveal how these key nineteenth-century figures were viewed by their contemporaries.


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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: John Stuart Mill; Thomas Hill Green; William Morris; Walter Bagehot; Walter Bagehot; Thomas Hill Green; John Stuart Mill; William Morris
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Martin; Denys P Leighton; William Anthony Hay
ISBN: 9781851969197 1851969195
OCLC Number: 390851363
Description: p. cm.
Contents: Volume 1: John Stuart Mill Anne Romilly, Romilly-Edgeworth Letters 1813-1818 [excerpt]; Thomas Moore, 'Ode to the Sublime Porte', The Times; [James Lorimer], 'Mr Mill on Representative Government', North British Review; W D Christie, 'Mr John Stuart Mill for Westminster', Macmillan's Magazine; George Fitzhugh, 'John Stuart Mill on Political Economy', DeBow's Review; William White, Illustrated Times; 'Mr Mill's Speech on Capital Punishment', Westminster Review; Lord Dufferin, Mr Mill's Plan for the Pacification of Ireland Examined; Frances Power Cobbe, 'The Subjection of Women', Theological Review: [Margaret Oliphant], 'Mill on the Subjection of Women', Edinburgh Review; [Bonamy Price], 'Mr Mill on Land', Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine; [Abraham Hayward], 'John Stuart Mill', The Times; W T Thornton, 'His Career at India House', in H R Fox Bourne (ed), John Stuart Mill: Notices of His Life and Works; Millicent Garret Fawcett, 'His Influence as a Practical Politician', in H R Fox Bourne (ed), John Stuart Mill: Notices of His Life and Works; John Morley, 'The Death of Mr Mill', Fortnightly Review; [Herbert Cowell], 'John Stuart Mill: An Autobiography', Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine; [Henry Reeve], 'Autobiography of John Stuart Mill', Edinburgh Review; Charles W Dilke, 'John Stuart Mill, 1869-1873', Cosmopolis: An International Review; Frederic Harrison, 'John Stuart Mill', Nineteenth Century; George Jacob Holyoake, Bygones worth Remembering [excerpt]; Thomas Hardy, 'A Glimpse of John Stuart Mill', The Times Volume 2: Thomas Hill Green and William Morris Thomas Hill Green R S Rait (ed), Memorials of Albert Venn Dicey [excerpt]; Mark Pattison, 'Philosophy at Oxford', Mind; H H Asquith, Some Aspects of the Victorian Age: The Romanes Lecture 1918 [excerpt]; L A Selby-Bigge, 'Practical Oxford: A Reply to Professor Goldwin Smith', Contemporary Review; Lewis R Farnell, An Oxonian Looks Back [excerpt]; 'Professor Green on Temperance,' Alliance News; 'Morality by Act of Parliament,' Alliance News; 'Special Conference at Oxford,' Alliance News; 'The Oxford Election,' Alliance News; 'The Late Professor Green' and 'Memorial to Professor Green,' Alliance News; William Cunningham, from 'The Sense of Citizenship' and 'Personal Character'; Percy Alden, 'Arnold Toynbee,' Mansfield House Magazine; Richard Burdon Haldane, 'The New Liberalism,' Progressive Review; J H Muirhead, Reflections by a Journeyman in Philosophy on the Movements of Thought and Practice in His Time; F C Conybeare, 'On Professor Green's Political Philosophy,' National Review; G F Barbour, 'Green and Sidgwick on the Community of the Good,' The Philosophical Review; Arthur Boutwood, Letter to second Viscount Halifax; 'The Late Professor Green,' Oxford Chronicle and Berks and Bucks Gazette; 'Death of Professor T H Green,' Oxford Chronicle; 'The Late Professor Green,' Oxford Times; 'Professor Thomas Hill Green,' Church of England Temperance Chronicle; 'The Late Professor Green' and 'Death of Professor T H Green,' Alliance News; C A Fyffe, 'The Late Professor T H Green,' The Times; 'Sermon by the President of Trinity,' Oxford and Cambridge Undergraduate's Journal; Richard Lewis Nettleship, 'Professor T H Green, In Memoriam', Contemporary Review; James Bryce, 'Professor T H Green, In Memoriam,' Contemporary Review William Morris John William Mackail, The Parting of the Ways, an Address [excerpt]; Emma Lazarus, 'A Day in Surrey with William Morris,' Century; Frederic W H Myers, 'Modern Poets and the Meaning of Life,' Nineteenth Century; Oscar L Triggs, 'The Socialistic Thread in the Life and Works of William Morris,' Poet-Lore; John William Mackail, William Morris [excerpt]; 'Nephelococcygia-Lez-Hammersmith,' Saturday Review; Edward Carpenter, My Days and Dreams, Being Autobiographical Notes [excerpts]; Edward Carpenter, 'The Enchanted Thicket: An Appeal to the "Well-to-do"'; [Police reports], The Times; Edward Aveling, 'Police Tyranny, To The Editor of The Times', The Times; Eduard Bernstein, My Years of Exile: Reminiscences of a Socialist [excerpts]; Edward Carpenter, 'William Morris,' Freedom; Sam Mainwaring, 'Reminiscences of William Morris, By A Working Colleague', Freedom; Walter Crane, [tribute to Morris], Freedom; Peter Kropotkin, [tribute to Morris], Freedom; 'William Morris, Poet and Artist', Quarterly Review; R B Cunninghame Graham, 'With the North-West Wind', Saturday Review; Samuel G Hobson, Pilgrim to the Left, Memoirs of a Modern Revolutionist [excerpt]; J Bruce Glasier, The Meaning of Socialism [excerpts] Volume 3: Walter Bagehot [W R Greg], 'Literature', Economist; A V Dicey, 'Physics and Politics', Nation; A V Dicey, 'Bagheot's Biographical Studies', Nation; R H Hutton, 'Walter Bagehot', Fortnightly Review; George Walker, 'Walter Bagehot and the Economist', Nation; George Walker, 'Walter Bagehot', Nation; George Barnett Smith, 'Walter Bagehot', Frasier's Magazine; John Arbuckle, 'Journalism as Exemplified by Mr Bagehot', Scribners Monthly; Woodrow Wilson, 'A Literary Politician', Atlantic Monthly; Woodrow Wilson, 'A Wit and A Seer', Atlantic Monthly; John Morley, Recollections [excerpt]; M E Grant Duff, 'Walter Bagehot: His Life and Works', Out of the Past: Some Biographical Essays; Bonamy Price, 'Lombard Street', Fraser's Magazine; William Newmarch, 'Lombard Street', Quarterly Review; Robert Giffen, 'Bagehot as an Economist', Fortnightly Review; R E Welby, 'Letter to the Economist', Economist; R E Welby, 'Letter to Mrs Russell Barrington'; R E Welby, 'Memorandum'; 'Bridgewater Election Arrival of Mr Bagehot, The Liberal Candidate', Bridgewater Mercury; 'University College', Daily News; 'University of London Election', Daily News; 'Representation of London University', Daily News; 'Science of Bribery', Reynolds Newspaper; Minutes of Evidence Taken before the Commissioners Appointed to Inquire into the Existence of Corrupt Practices; 'The Election Commissioners', Jackson's Oxford Journal; 'Report of the Bridgewater Election Commissioners', Pall Mall Gazette; R H Hutton, obituary, Spectator; E J D Wilson, obituary, Examiner; Obituary, Langport Herald; Granville George Leveson-Gower, second Earl Granville, Speech at University College London; Letter of James Bryce to R H Hutton; Letter of James Bryce to Eliza Bagehot; Letter of James Bryce to Mrs Russell Barrington; James Bryce, 'Address of March 24, 1916'; Letters of William Gladstone to Eliza Bagehot
Other Titles: John Stuart Mill, Thomas Hill Green, William Morris and Walter Bagehot by their contemporaries
Responsibility: edited by David Martin, Denys P. Leighton and William Anthony Hay.
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