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Tory & Whig: the struggle in the constituencies, 1701-1715
W. A. Speck
|Statement||[by] W. A. Speck.|
|LC Classifications||JN951 .S6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 164 p.|
|Number of Pages||164|
|LC Control Number||73097057|
Speck, Tory and Whig: The Struggle in the Constituencies, , London: Macmillan, ; Geoffrey Holmes, British Politics in the Age of Anne, London: Macmillan, ; Tim Harris, Politics Under the Later Stuarts: Party Conflict in a Divided Society, , New. The Origins of Political Stability: England, – By J. H. Plumb. (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. Pp. xviii, $), The Growth of Political.
William Arthur Speck (born Bradford, ) is a British historian specialising in late seventeenth and eighteenth-century British and American history.. He was educated at Bradford Grammar School and The Queen's College, Oxford, gaining a BA in and a in Works. Tory and Whig: The Struggle in the Constituencies (Macmillan, ). Best known today as the author of three seminal novels, Joseph Andrews, Tom Jones and Amelia, Henry Fielding () was the most successful playwright of his day until Walpole put an end to politics on the stage by passing the theatrical Licensing Act of - 'the greatest dramatist, with the single exception of Shakespeare, produced by England between the Middle .
"The Growth of Government Tolerance of the Press to ", Development of the English Book Trade, , ed. Robin Myers and Michael Harris (3rd impr., Oxford Polytechnic Press, A History of the Tory Party, (Oxford, , Tory and Whig: The Struggle in the Constituencies, (London, ). no. 45 (Nov. ), pp. 9o-I I6, and W. A. Speck, Tory and Whig: the struggle in the constituencies, (London, ). 2 G. A. Cranfield, The Development of the Provincial Newspaper (Oxford, ), passim; John Loftis, The Politics of Drama in Augustan England.
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Get this from a library. Tory & Whig: the struggle in the constituencies, [W A Speck]. W.A. Speck, Tory and Whig: The Struggle in the Constituencies – (); Google Scholar Linda Colley, In Defiance of Oligarchy: The Tory Party –60 (Cambridge, ); CrossRef Google Scholar.
books but also to link the names of those voting in two or more elections. among the most fiercely contested constituencies in the country, with 4 W.A.
Speck, Tory & Whig: the struggle in the constituencies, (London: Macmillan, ), ; Romney Sedgwick, History of parliament: the commons,2 vols. Abstract.
In the elections of Novemberthe unequivocal Whig majority elected only two years previously was resoundingly overturned. Observers estimated that the Tories now outnumbered the Whigs by at least two to one, an estimate that exaggerates the size of the majority but accurately reveals the perceived magnitude of the changes the election wrought.
The Struggle in the Constituencies British Politics in the Age of Anne See The Secret History of the Calves-Head Club. ; Speck; Speck, Tory and Whig: The Struggle in the Constituencies. to 6,27 m7 J Collatio onf the pol l book fos r these elections reveals the voter behaviour which resulte in both adn increase in the number of voter ans d transformation of their representation.5 8 Speck Tory, and Whig, p.
77 3 Thi s articl i base ed on copie f thes poll books: Kent A.O., Q/RPe for thi Speck, Tory and Whig: The Struggle in the Constituencies (); The Divided Society: Party Conflict in Englandeds. Speck, W. Tory and Whig: The Struggle in the Constituencies, – London, Walcott, Robert.
English Politics in the Early Eighteenth Century. Oxford, Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography. " Political Parties in England. 5 Holmes, Electorate and the National Will; Geoffrey Holmes, The Making of a Great Power: Late Stuart and Early Georgian Britain, – (), –33; W.A.
Speck, Tory and Whig: The Struggle in the Constituencies, – (), ch. 2; W.A. Speck, ‘The Electorate in the First Age of Party’, in Britain in the First Age of Party. As usual the Whig caucus had the more prepossessing appearance, over 60 ‘noblemen and gentlemen’ to ‘very few more than 30’ for their Tory opponents.
Less than a week after the assizes it was reported that every parish had received some solicitation about the election, Philip Papillon, for example, firing off half a dozen letters in.  See, for example, G. Holmes, British Politics in the Age of Queen Anne (); J.
Miller, Popery and Politics(Cambridge, ); W. Speck, Tory and Whig: The Struggle in the Constituencies (); G. Bennett, The Tory Crisis in Church and State. Tory and Whig: The Struggle in the Constituencies, by W.A.
Speck liked it avg rating — 1 rating — published The effect of this atmosphere on the parliamentary election was to make a Whig candidature impossible. A Tory victory by 29 votes to 7 in the mayoral election showed the state of the parties.
Fox was returned without having to set foot in the constituency and at a cost of only £ The Tory-Whig Climate of Opinion and the American Founding's Spiritual Deficiencies-pt It's only in the twentieth century Americans in the political mainstream began positioning themselves in reference to ideologies, beginning.
Speck, W. () Tory and Whig: The Struggle in the Constituencies, – London: MacMillan. Stasavage, D. () Public Debt and the Birth of the Democratic State: France and Great Britain, – His first major published works were Divided Society: Parties and Politics in England, (), and Tory and Whig: The Struggle in the Constituencies (Macmillan, ).
Name and subject indices Tory & Whig: the struggle in the constituencies, by W. A Speck (Book) 13 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
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'Church in Danger' was a political slogan used by the Tory party, and particularly by High Tories in elections during Queen Anne's reign. 'Church in Danger' was a rallying call for many Anglicans in England who feared that the established Church of England was under attack by the policies of the Whigs, particularly the Toleration Act The Act allowed freedom of worship to .United Kingdom - United Kingdom - 18th-century Britain, – When Georg Ludwig, elector of Hanover, became king of Great Britain on August 1,the country was in some respects bitterly divided.
Fundamentally, however, it was prosperous, cohesive, and already a leading European and imperial power. Abroad, Britain’s involvement in the War of the Spanish.
Constituencies were so unequal in size that more than half the MPs were returned by a grand total of 11, voters. Scotland, then a country of two million people, returned 45 MPs, chosen by a.