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The Political History of England - Vol XI

From Addington's Administration to the close of William IV.'s Reign (1801-1837)

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Author: George Brodrick
Co-author: J.K. Fotherington
Published: 1919
Language: English
Wordcount: 186,399 / 605 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 58
LoC Category: D
Downloads: 548
Added to site: 2008.10.01 22184
Genres: History, Politics

ependent: throne offered to Prince Leopold 268 France conquers Algiers 269



1830. Amalgamation of English and Welsh benches 271 Motions for reform 271 26 June. Death of George IV. 272 General election 274 15 Sept. Death of Huskisson 275 Wellington's opposition to reform 277 Fall of his ministry 278 Nov. Grey accepts office 278 His cabinet 279 The regency bill 281 Feb., 1831. Althorp's first budget 283 Public demand for reform 285 Draft of the first reform bill 287 System of representation in the unreformed house 288 Popular excitement: second reading of the bill 291 Dissolution of parliament 292



1831. General election 293 24 June. Second reform bill introduced 294 8 Oct. Rejection by the lords 296 Reform bill riots 296 Attempts at compromise in the lords 299 12 Dec. Final reform bill introduced 300 Gradual loss of the king's confidence in the ministry 302 9 May, 1832. Grey resigns 302 Wellington unable to fo



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