Fifty Years of Parliament: Volume One
This book discusses the events and matters of the British Parliament during from 1860s to 1910s. The book consists of 32 chapters and 11 appendices about introductory, Mr. Gladstone's Colleagues (1868)--Clarendon: Ripon and Lowe: Cardwell, Parliamentary eloquence in 1869, 1868-1873, 1874-1875: Mr. Gladstone's retirement, 1876-1878, Jingoism in Excelsis, obstruction and the Caucus, 1880, the new House of Commons: Bradlaugh, the Transvaal, Ireland, Egypt, Liberal Rifts: 1883-1885: Disentegration, Tory Rifts: The Rise of Churchill, the advent of the caretakers, the new departure, after the election of 1885, first stage of Home Rule, the First Home Rule Bill (1886), the climax of Churcill (1886), Peripeteia (1886-1887), reshuffling the pack (1887), the Balfour Regime (1887-1891), Pigott (1888-1889), Parnell (1890), changes of personnel (1891), the election of 1892, the last Gladstone Government (1892-1894), the Second Home Rule Bill (1893), Mr. Gladstone's last session (1893-1894), formation of the Rosebery Government (1894), the Rosebery Administration (1894-1895) such as Factories and Workshops Act (1895), interlude (1895-1896), Lord Rosebery's resignation (1896-1897), the Raid and after (1898), a change of leadership (1898-1899), and South African War and Khaki Election (1899-1909). The book is suitable for research on events and matters that involved the British Parliament from 1860s to 1910s.
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