The Reign of George III, 1760-1815

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Clarendon Press, 1960 - Biography & Autobiography - 637 pages
Each volume is an independent book, but the whole series forms a continuous history of England from the Roman period to the present century.
 

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Contents

THE ACCESSION OF GEORGE III
1
The ECONOMIC PATTERN IN 1760
10
social AND POLITICAL STRUCTURE IN 1760
40
Attempts to remedy defects
49
The Patriotic Line of Conduct
63
Basis of government
79
Wilkes and General Warrants
99
Englands isolation in Europe
107
THE COLLAPSE OF THE OPPOSITION 178493
302
A CIVILIZED SECURITY 176090
327
THE FIRST STAGE OF THE WAR 17938
356
Russia and Prussia
369
The BATTLES OF THE SECOND COALITION
378
FROM AMIENS TO TRAFALGAR
406
Newcastles resignation
419
THE FAILURE OF THE TALENTS AND
435

CONTINUED MINISTERIAL DIFFICULTIES
113
North ESTABLISHES HIS POWER 17704
147
Speculations in Company stock
165
The ORIGINS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLT
173
New Englands economic troubles
183
Rockinghams attempted solution
189
LORD NORTH AND THE AMERICAN
196
Saratoga
209
the FALL OF NORTH AND THE RISE
220
Cost of
233
THE CONFLICT OF GROUPS 17824
243
Pitt AnD Reconstru CTION
273
Position in Scotland
281
The Catholic Question
441
Buenos Ayres disaster
453
Beginning of war in Spain
459
Crisis of 1811
469
PORTLAND PERCEVAL AND
476
The TRANSFORMATION OF ECONOMIC
503
THE END OF THE WAR 181215
552
Treaty of Chaumont
561
Castlereagh and nationalism
569
LISTS OF CABINETS 17821815
578
BiBLIOGRAPHY
585
America 17701815
605
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