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by Stephen Taylor,Clyve Jones

  • Author: Stephen Taylor,Clyve Jones
  • ISBN: 0851155898
  • ISBN13: 978-0851155890
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Humanities
  • Publisher: Boydell Press; 2nd edition (July 2, 1998)
  • Pages: 484
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Tory and Whig: The Parliamentary Papers of Edward Harley, Third Earl of Oxford, and William Hay (Parliamentary History Record Series) ePub download

Tory and Whig: The Parliamentary Papers of Edward Harley, Third Earl of Oxford, and William Hay (Parliamentary History Record Series). 0851155898 (ISBN13: 9780851155890).

Taylor, . Jones, C. ed. Toryand Whig: the parliamentary papers of Edward Harley, 3" Earl of Oxford, and William Hay, M. P. for . 1827-38, Parliamentary History Record Series, 3 (2006). for Seaford 1716-1753, Parliamentary History Record Series, 1 (1998). Gaunt, R. A. e. , 1827-38, Parliamentary History Record Series, 3 (2006).

This special issue was originally published as a book: Taylor, S. and Jones, . eds. (1998) Tory and Whig: the parliamentary papers . Parliamentary history record series. Boydell Press, Woodbridge, UK. ISBN 9780851155890. (1998) Tory and Whig: the parliamentary papers of Edward Harley, 3rd Earl of Oxford, and William Hay, . for Seaford, 1716-1753.

Stephen Taylor, Clyve Jones. The parliamentary papers of Edward Harley and William Hay offer a unique insight into the politics of the 1730s and 1740s. The journals kept by the men during the latter part of Sir Robert Walpole's premiership provide two contrasting perspectives: Harley was a leading figure in the Tory party, and a fierce critic of the Whig ministry; Hay was an but committed ministerialist

Keywords: Parliamentary History Record Series, Modern History, Politics & Economics, Eighteenth Century Studies.

William Hay, Stephen Taylor, Clyve Jones, Tory and Whig: the parliamentary papers of Edward Harley, 3rd Earl of Oxford, and William Hay, . for Seaford, 1716-1753 (1998), note p. 112. Parliament of Great Britain. Preceded by William Wykes William Wilmer. Member of Parliament for Northampton 1722–1734 With: William Wilmer 1722–1727 Hon. George Compton 1727–1734. Succeeded by Hon. George Compton William Wilmer.

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Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Separately paged appendices accompany some volumes. Appendix 1 to v. 6 (1702/14) is "Proceedings in the Parliament of Scotland, from the meeting of the new Parliament upon the 6th of May, 1703, to the union with England, in the year 1707. Title varies: 1066/1625-1741-43, Cobbett's parliamentary history of England, from the Norman conquest in 1066 to the year 1803, from which last-mentioned epoch it is continued downwards in the work entitled "Cobbett's parliamentary debates.

The parliamentary papers of Edward Harley and William Hay offer a unique insight into the politics of the 1730s and 1740s. The journals kept by the men during the latter part of Sir Robert Walpole's premiership provide two contrasting perspectives: Harley was a leading figure in the Tory party, and a fierce critic of the Whig ministry; Hay was an independently-minded but committed ministerialist. Hay gives an account of events in the Commons, while Harley, who succeeded to the earldom of Oxford in 1741, has a rare insider's view into proceedings in the House of Lords during the Whig supremacy. Other parliamentary papers include Hay's letters to Newcastle, providing a fascinating account of the bitterly contested elections of 1734 in Sussex and Lewes. STEPHEN TAYLOR is Professor in the History of Early Modern England, University of Durham; Dr CLYVE JONES is assistant librarian at the Institute of Historical Research, University of London.