1st Edition

Lives of Victorian Political Figures, Part I, Volume 4 Palmerston, Disraeli and Gladstone by their Contemporaries

    Aims to bring alive, through the eyes of their contemporaries, three of the greatest political figures of the Victorian era - Henry, third Viscount Palmerston, Benjamin Disraeli and William Gladstone. This four-volume set draws together various documents including journals and diaries, pamphlets, correspondence, and other ephemeral literature.

    William Ewart Gladstone (Part II) 1 III. Opposition, 1874–80 [Anon.], Why Did Gladstone Fall from Power? How May He Regain it? IV. Second and Third Ministries, 1880–5 Stuart Reid (ed.), Memoirs of Sir Wemyss Reid, 1842–1885 Thomas O’Connor, Gladstone’s House of Commons James Phelan, Mr Gladstone, the Liberal Statesman. An Address Joseph Forster, The Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, MP V. Fourth Ministry, 1892–4 Henry W. Lucy, A Diary of the Home Rule Parliament, 1892–1895 VI. Midlothian Campaigns George Roy Badenoch, A Word of Warning Against Mr Gladstone An Eyewitness, The Anti-Climax in Mid-Lothian [Anon.], The Gladstone Gas Company Prospectus VII. The Home Rule Campaign Thomas Webb, The Irish Question: A Reply to Mr Gladstone Joseph Reinach, ‘Mr Gladstone and the Irish Bill: A French View’ Theodor von Bunsen, ‘A German View of Mr Gladstone’ P.V.M. Filleul, Mr Gladstone’s Home Rule Bill VIII. Foreign Policy, 1860–94 An Englishman, The Question of the Day: Turk or Christian? Frederic Harrison, The Crisis in Egypt: A Letter to Mr Gladstone IX. Retirement and Death W.T. Stead, ‘Mr Gladstone at Eighty-Seven’ Henry W. Lucy, A Diary of the Unionist Parliament, 1895–1900 Justin McCarthy, ‘William Ewart Gladstone’ Goldwin Smith, My Memory of Gladstone George Russell, Prime Ministers and Some Others