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England in the Eighteenth Century (Pelican History of England)


England in the Eighteenth Century (Pelican History of England)

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    Available in PDF Format | England in the Eighteenth Century (Pelican History of England).pdf | English
    John Harold Plumb(Author)
This history of England in the 18th century is not a chronological narrative of ministries and wars, but a history of the development of English society; the ministries and wars, of course, have their place, but no greater a place than the economic, cultural, and social history of the time. The book is divided into three parts: the ages of Walpole, of Chatham, and of Pitt.
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  • PDF | 224 pages
  • John Harold Plumb(Author)
  • Penguin Books Ltd; New Impression edition (Dec. 1969)
  • English
  • 6
  • History
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  • By Crissy on 10 May 2016

    An excellent book, and so easily and inexpensively purchased! Much as I enjoy browsing in bookstores, when hurriedly buying several books suggested in a course reading list, speed and efficiency can be more important than ambiance, and I was not disappointed by either the book itself (which I have not yet finished) or by the purchase experience.

  • By EvilC on 17 March 2015

    Essential background to the period. Easy to read

  • By Dsf on 22 November 2015

    Excellent product and prompt delivery - superb

  • By Ric Thompson on 15 February 2014

    I find this book particularly difficult to read as it appears to have been written in the style of an eighteenth century writer. That aside, it is proving useful for my Open Learning history course,

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