Published in 1966: The object of this book is to give a picture of Pitt, true to life and ‘captivating the people,’ whom he served and loved. He has sometimes suffered in history because the people who appreciated him at his highest were inarticulate and have left the field to the surmises of courtiers, Whig magnates and gossips, whom he sought not to please.
1. Governor Pitt, 1653-1726 2. Pitt's Early Years, 1708-1734 3. Pitt and Walpole, 1734-1742 4. Pitt and Carteret, 1742-1744 5. Pitt and The Rebellion, 1744-1746 6. Pitt as Paymaster 7. Pitt's Private Life and Friendships, 1735-1754 8. Gloom and Sunshin, 1754 9. The Great Commoner, 1754-1756 10. The Awakening of the People, 1756-1757 11. Mr. Secretary Pitt at Work, 1757 12. The Tide of Victory Sets in, 1758 13. Pitt and Choiseul, 1758-1759
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