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Parliaments, nations, and identities in Britain and Ireland, 1660-1850

Author: Julian Hoppit
Publisher: Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York : Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2003.
Series: UCL/Neale series on British history.
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The abolition of the Scottish and Irish Parliaments in 1707 and 1800 created a United Kingdom centred upon the Westminster legislature. This text discusses what this meant for the four nations involved, and how conceptions of English, Irish, Scottish and Welsh identities were affected.
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Parliaments, nations, and identities in Britain and Ireland, 1660-1850.
Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York : Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2003
(DLC) 2003048790
(OCoLC)51031520
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Julian Hoppit
ISBN: 1417590416 9781417590414 0719062462 9780719062469 0719062470 9780719062476 1847790518 9781847790514
OCLC Number: 59169279
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 225 p.) : ill.
Contents: Legislating for three kingdoms: how the Westminster parliament legislated for England, Scotland and Ireland, 1707-1830 (The 2001 Neale Lecture) / Joanna Innes --
Local identities and a national parliament, c.1688-1835 / Rosemary Sweet --
Church, parliament and national identity, c.1770-c.1830 / G.M. Ditchfield --
The landed interest and the national interest, 1660-1800 / Julian Hoppit --
Patriots and legislators: Irishmen and their parliaments, c.1689-c.1740 / David Hayton --
The Scots, the Westminster parliament, and the British state in the eighteenth century / Bob Harris --
Government, parliament and politics in Ireland, 1801-41 / Peter Jupp --
Parliament and international law in the eighteenth century / David Armitage --
Slaves, sati and sugar: constructing imperial identity through Liverpool petition struggles / Joshua Civin --
Colonial representation at Westminster, c.1800-65 / Miles Taylor.
Series Title: UCL/Neale series on British history.
Responsibility: edited by Julian Hoppit.

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