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Lord Acton and his times.

Author: David Mathew
Publisher: University, University of Alabama Press [1968]
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Mathew, David, 1902-1975.
Lord Acton and his times.
University, University of Alabama Press [1968]
(OCoLC)610159829
Named Person: John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Acton, Baron; John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Acton, Baron; John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Mathew
OCLC Number: 2169
Notes: Five of the 38 chapters included have previously been published.
Description: 397 pages map, portrait 23 cm
Contents: TABLE OF CONTENTS --
Aldenham --
Acton's background --
Oscott --
Dr. Doellinger --
Attitude to Catholicism --
Granville and Newman --
The chaplain at Aldenham --
Tocqueville --
Acton as a reviewer --
The library at Aldenham --
The years in parliament --
Last Newman contacts --
The two disciples --
The Roman scene --
The Roman background --
The states of the church --
The syllabus errorum --
Last years of papal Rome --
Acton and the Council --
The definition --
Acton in Bavaria --
The Tridentine church --
The Gladstone years --
The Gladstone controversy --
Aldenham chapel --
Hawarden castle --
George Eliot --
Samuel Wilberforce --
The Anglican Episcopate --
The liberals and Bulgaria --
The estimate of Gladstone --
John Morley's place --
Acton and office --
Gladstone's resignation --
The later period --
The court --
The English Historical Review --
The Oxford chair --
The end of Doellinger --
Cambridge --
The Cambridge Modern History --
The final phase.

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