English Historical Documents, 1833-1874

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David Charles Douglas, George Malcolm Young, W. D. Handcock
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"English Historical Documents is the most comprehensive, annotated collection of documents on British (not in reality just English) history ever compiled. Conceived during the Second World War with a view to ensuring the most important historical documents remained available and accessible in perpetuity, the first volume came out in 1953, and the most recent volume almost sixty years later. The print series, edited by David C. Douglas, is a magisterial survey of British history, covering the years 500 to 1914 and including around 5,500 primary sources, all selected by leading historians Editors. It has over the years become an indispensable resource for generations of students, researchers and lecturers. EHD is now available in its entirety online. Bringing EHD into the digital age has been a long and complex process. To provide you with first-rate, intelligent searchability, Routledge have teamed up with the Institute of Historical Research (one of the research institutes that make up the School of Advanced Study, University of London http://www.history.ac.uk) to produce EHD Online. The IHR's team of experts have fully indexed the documents, using an exhaustive historical thesaurus developed by the Royal Historical Society for its Bibliography of British and Irish History. The sources include treaties, statutes, declarations, government and cabinet proceedings, military dispatches, orders, acts, sermons, newspaper articles, pamphlets, personal and official letters, diaries and more. Each section of documents and many of the documents themselves are accompanied by editorial commentary. The sources cover a wide spectrum of topics, from political and constitutional issues to social, economic, religious as well as cultural history."--[Résumé de l'éditeur].
 

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INTRODUCTION
3
SELECT GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY
37
INTRODUCTION TO Part I
49
Personal explanation of Viscount Melbourne
57
d The Cabinet Crisis of 21 February3 March 1851
64
Memorandum from the queen to Lord John Russell 12 August 1850
71
Memorandum by Sir Charles Phipps ?15 May 1858
82
Letter from the queen to Gladstone 23 July 1869
94
INTRODUCTION TO PART VI
497
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
503
Civil Marriage Act 1836
512
Lords Select Committee on Administration
525
Third Report of Commissioners
531
Married Womens Property Act 1870
537
Supreme Court of Judicature Act 1873
545
INTRODUCTION TO Part VII
561

Memorandum in Colonel Ponsonbys handwriting 15 March 1873
102
INTRODUCTION TO Part II
109
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
125
Letter from Lord John Russell to Lord Melbourne suggesting
131
Act for better discovery of bribery and corruption 1842
139
Corrupt Practices Act 1854
145
Lord John Russells motion on the second
151
Robert Lowes speech 13 March
159
Gladstones speech on the second reading
165
Robert Lowes speech on the Derby Governments
171
Representation of the People Act 1867
181
INTRODUCTION TO Part III
189
Select BIBLIOGRAPHY
199
Emigration from the United Kingdom from 1833 to 1875
204
Note on population of town and country
205
Occupations 1841 Census
207
Occupations 1851 Census
208
Occupations 1861 Census
210
Occupations 1871 Census
213
Quantities of grain and flour imported
216
Wheat etc prices highest lowest and average yearly
217
Cultivated acreage and output 1851
218
Railway returns 18421874
219
Coal and pig iron production 18541874
221
Shipping registered as belonging to the United Kingdom 18401874
222
Principal exports by quantity 18401874
223
Principal exports by value 18401874
225
Balance of payments and export of capital
227
Trade cycle depression and boom 18301879
228
B DOCUMENTS 91 Select Committee of 1833 on Agriculture
229
Select Committee of 1836 on Joint Stock Banks
233
Bellenden Kers report on Law of Partnership 1837
234
Commercial crises of 18361839 from Select Committee of 1840
240
B Evidence of J Horsley Palmer Director of the Bank of England
243
Select Committee of 1844 on Joint Stock Companies
244
Select Committee of 1844 on Railways
248
Speech of Sir Robert Peel on Bank Charter Acts 6 May 1844
250
Second report of the Select Committee of 1846 on the Amalgamation of Railways and Canals
257
Commercial crisis of 1847Secret Committee of 18471848 on Commercial Distress
259
Select Committee of 1851 on Law of Partnership
261
Select Committee of 18521853 on Railway and Canal Amalgamation
264
B Evidence of Mark Huish general manager of London and North Western Railway
265
Evidence of Charles Russell chairman of the Great Western Railway Company
267
Evidence of E E P Kelsey mayor of Salisbury
268
E Evidence of John Hawkshaw C E
269
F Evidence of R Baxter railway solicitor
270
Evidence of Leone Levi before Lords Committee of 1854 on Agricul
271
Select Committee of 18571858
292
Debate on Gladstones motion to set up Post Office Savings Banks
306
Evidence of Lord Romilly Master of the Rolls before Select Com
313
Select Committee of 1875 on Loans to Foreign States
319
INTRODUCTION TO PART IV
327
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
337
Oxford Diocese on the Tractarian Movement
344
Bishop Bagots charge of May 1842 to the Clergy of the Oxford
350
Letter from Dr W F Hook Vicar of Leeds to Archdeacon S Wilber
361
Lord John Russells letter to the bishop of Durham on Papal Aggres
367
Total Accom
377
Religious
379
prominent facts
394
INTRODUCTION TO PART V
401
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
411
Select Committee on Import Duties 1840
418
Cobdens protest against Peels Corn Law 7 April 1842
438
Macaulays speech s May
449
Disraelis speech on the Third Reading of the Bill for the Repeal
466
The Chartist Petition of 1848 in the House of Commons
474
Villiers Free Trade Resolutions of 23 November 1852
478
Gladstones Budget speech 10 February 1860
488
of Ordnance 17 December 1853
567
views of John Stuart Mill
575
reply of Sir Stafford Northcote and Sir Charles Trevelyan to Arbuthnot
577
Order in Council of 21 May 1855 on entry to the Civil Service
578
resolution and speech
580
Gladstones speech
584
Chancellor of the Exchequers Sir G Cornewall Lewis speech
588
The Roebuck Report on the Army before Sebastopol 18 June 1855
589
Select Committee on Public Monies 18561857
597
Gladstones motion of 9 April 1861
598
Gladstones speech introducing the Exchequer and Audit Act 9 Feb
599
Special report of the Committee of Public Accounts on the Exchequer ruary 1866
600
Gladstones acceptance of the competitive principle for entry to the
602
Order in Council of 4 June 1870 on entry to the Civil Service
603
LOCAL GOVERNMENT
605
INTRODUCTION TO PART VIII
607
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
617
Select Committee on County Rates 1834
619
Royal Commission on Municipal Corporations 1835
621
Municipal Corporations Act 1835
628
Royal Commission on County Rates 1836
631
Humes speech introducing his County Boards Bill 10 February 1837
638
Royal Commission on Municipal Corporations on London 1837
639
Royal Commission on Constabulary Forces 1839
641
County and District Constabulary Act 1839
650
Parish Constables Act 1842
652
Select Committee on County Rates and Expenditure Bill 1850
654
Select Committee on Police in Counties and Boroughs 18521853
656
Royal Commission on the Corporation of London 1854 637
657
Metropolis Local Management Act 1855
661
Police in Counties and Boroughs Act 1856
662
tural Statistics 271
692
Report from His Majestys Commissioners for inquiring into
697
H Segregation in workhouses
704
Third Annual Report of the Poor Law Commission
711
Report of the Select Committee of Commons on Poor Laws
720
Commissioners explanatory letter on outdoor labour test accom
726
Select Committee on the Administration of Relief of the Poor
736
Union Chargeability Act 1865
745
INTRODUCTION TO Part X
751
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
763
Farrs letter to the RegistrarGeneral Registrar
770
report of the Board
794
Report of the Board of Health on its work 18481854
807
INTRODUCTION TO Part XI
829
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
841
Education of the Poorer Classes 18371838
848
Minute of 15 July 1840 on reference to the archbishops in appoint
855
speech on the Amended Bill 1 May
863
Lord John Russells letter to the duke of Wellington Chancellor
869
Report of the Royal Commission on the University of Oxford
875
The Newcastle Report on popular education 1861
891
Lord Granvilles speech in the House of Lords on the Revised Code
897
Taunton Report on endowed schools 18671868
905
W E Forsters speech on the motion for leave to introduce
911
INTRODUCTION TO PART XII
919
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
931
Treatment of children
938
Factories Regulation Act 1833
949
Horners report of 1837 on the changing attitude of millowners
957
Seymour Tremenheeres account of the miners and iron workers
963
Factory inspectors special reports on the practicability of legislation
970
letter from Gardners of Preston
980
Report of Seymour Tremenheere commissioner for mines
983
Horner on the prosperity of workers 1852
992
Report of the Royal Commission on Trade Unions 18671869
1000
report of Robert Red
1008
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