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  • ISBN: 0208015930
  • Category: History
  • Author: Brian W Hill
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Archon Books (1976)
  • Pages: 265 pages
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The Growth of Parliamentary Parties, 1689-1742 (London: Allen & Unwin, 1976). British Parliamentary Parties, 1742-1832: From the Fall of Walpole to the First Reform Act (London: HarperCollins, 1985). Robert Harley: Speaker, Secretary of State and Premier Minister (Yale: Yale University Press, 1988)

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Hill, Brian W. (1976) The Growth of Parliamentary Parties 1689–1742. London: Allen and Unwin. Holmes, G. (1967) British Politics in the Age of Anne. London: St. Martin's. Journal of British Studies 6 (1): 45–69. Horwitz, Henry (1977) Parliament, Policy, and Politics in the Reign of William III.

W. Hill, The Growth of Parliamentary Parties 1689–1742 (London, 1976). 13. J. P. Kenyon, Revolution Principles - The Politics of Party 1689–1720 (Cambridge, 1977). CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 14. Quoted in H. T. Dickinson, Liberty and Property (London, 1977), pp. 141–2. 18. John Cannon, Parliamentary Reform 1640–1832 (Cambridge, 1972). 19. John Cannon, Aristocratic Century: The Peerage of Eighteenth Century England (Cambridge, 1974).

-, The Growth of Parliamentary Parties 1689–1742 (1976). -, ‘Oxford, Bolingbroke and the Peace of Utrecht’, in Historical Journal, XVI, pt 1 (1973). -, Robert Harley, Speaker, Secretary of State and Premier Minister (1988). HMC Stopford Sackville of Drayton House (1904. HMC Stuart Paper. t Windsor Castle (1902). History of Parliament, The House of Commons, 1690–1715, ed. Eveline Cruickshanks, Stuart Handley and D. Hayton (Cambridge, 2002). History of the King’s Works, vol.

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14 The growth of parliamentary parties, 1689-1742, cB. Hill. bArchon Books, c1976. 300 265 p. ; c23 cm. 500 Includes index. 504 Bibliography: p. -254. 651 0 Great Britain xPolitics and government y1689-1702. 651 0 Great Britain xPolitics and government y18th century. 910 1387265 bHorizon bib 991 JN1119. H54 1976 flc belc cc.

Walpole resigned amid party infighting in 1717, splitting the Whigs in Parliament, but in 1720 returned to the government as Paymaster General. The Growth of Parliamentary Parties 1689 - 1742 Hill, . Appointed as Chancellor of the Exchequer and First Lord of the Treasury for a second time, Walpole's powers as prime minister date from this point. Walpole was quickly successful, neutralising dangerous opponents, reducing the national debt and stabilising prices and wages. The History of Parliament: The House of Commons, 1690 - 1715 History of Parliament Trust. Britain in the First Age of Party Jones, C.

The Growth of Parliamentary Parties: 1689-1742 Brian W. Hill Snippet view - 1976. Paul Langford is Rector of Lincoln College, Oxford, and has been a Professor of Modern History at Oxford since 1996. Bibliographic information. The Excise Crisis: Society and Politics in the Age of Walpole Oxford Historical Monographs.



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