Aristocratic government and society in eighteenth-century England : the foundations of stability /

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Other Authors: Baugh, Daniel A
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Language:English
Series:Modern scholarship on European history
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"Miege, G. The present state of Great Britain: an eighteenth-century self-portrait.--Swift, J. The Examiner no. 14: a Tory view of war and the moneyed interest.--Wrigley, E. A. A simple model of London's importance in changing English society and economy, 1650-1750.--Habakkuk, H. J. England's nobility--Plumb, J. H. Robert Walpole's world: the structure of government.--Sutherland, L. The City of London in eighteenth-century politics.--Hughes, E. The professions in the eighteenth century.--Namier, Sir L. The social foundations."

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General Notes:Includes index.
Physical Description:xi, 274 p. ; 22 cm.
Bibliography:Bibliography : p. [244]-258.