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Index




Aberdeen, Lady Ishbel, 91, 93, 94, 95 Balfour, Arthur, 13, 87, 150, 154, 221, 228,
Abraham, William (˜Mabon™), 64, 179 244, 264, 292, 345
Acland, A. H. D., 313, 316, 363 Balfour, Gerald, 296
Adams, W. E (˜Ironside™), 56, Balkan Committee, 375
59“60 Ballooly (Co. Down), 118
Afghanistan, 166, 325 Barker, Michael, 12“13, 80, 181, 187, 206
Albert, C. P., 228 Barnsley, 282
Aliens Bill (1905), 348 Barrow, L., 332
Alsace-Lorraine, 276 Bayly, Ada Ellen, 159
Amnesty Association, 141 Bebbington, D. W., 38“41, 75
Amnesty International, 372 Becker, Lydia, 257, 278
Amphlett, F. H., 45 Beesly, E. S., 52, 65
anarchism, 286 Belchem, John, 19
Anderson, R. Wherry (˜Gracchus™), 45, Belfast, 256, 266
56, 82 Belfast Trades Council, 268
Angell, Norman, 374 Belgium, 329
anti-Semitism, 347“8 Bell, Richard, 334, 346, 349
Arabi Pasha, 166, 223“4 Berlin, Isaiah, 373
Arch, Joseph, 53, 64, 178 Bermondsey, 133
Argyll, Duke of, 317 Bernstein, Eduard, 286
Aristides, 171 Bethnal Green, 64
Aristotle, 169, 216 Bew, P., 295, 303
Armenian atrocities (1896), 46, 49, 317“31, Birmingham, 86, 175, 180, 183, 210, 218,
357, 375 231, 256, 269“71, 272, 273
Arrears Act (1882), 128 Birrell, Augustine, 217
Ashanti, 326 Bismarck, Otto von, 6, 276, 284
Ashbourne Act (1885), 256, 292 Blaazer, D., 41, 347
Ashby, Joseph, 71, 72 Blackie, J. Stuart, 99
Ashworth, Jesse, 249 Blair, Tony, 60
Asquith, Herbert, 291, 311, 316, Blake, Edward, 33, 86“7, 95, 100“1, 116,
318, 341, 342, 352, 357, 123, 156, 157, 160, 299, 304, 327,
359, 365, 371, 376 357, 358
Asquith, Margot, 91 Blind, Karl, 276
Athens, 169“83, 208, 216 Blunt, Anne, 88
Atherley-Jones, L., 310 Blunt, Wildred, 88, 154
Australia, 125, 143, 327 Boer War, 49, 278, 304, 326“31, 336,
Austria 337“44, 358“9
Hungarian model, 234, 275 Bolshevik Revolution, 375
occupation of Italy, 60, 243 Bolton, 319
Tyrol, 107 Bomba, 88, 154, 166
Aveling, Edward, 44, 285 Bonham Carter, Violet, 325
Ayr, 248 Bosanquet, Bernard, 338

406
Index 407

Bourke, Canon, 117 Cahir (Co. Tipperary), 118
Bowman, Alexander, 122, 254 Callanan, F., 137, 148, 155, 156
Boyce, George, 111, 113 Camberwell, 65
Bradford, 319, 327 Cambridge, 87
Bradlaugh, Charles, 16, 53, 78, 163, 306, Cameron, Ewen, 297
307, 362 Campbell-Bannerman, Henry, 153, 328,
Brailsford, H. N., 374“5 338“43, 349, 358, 359
˜bread tax™, 5 Canada
Brennan, T., 109 and Boer War, 327
Bridges, J. H., 52“3 model, 33, 52, 62, 112, 142, 143, 157,
Bright, John 158, 161“2
1864 Irish visit, 140“1 support for Home Rule, 125
anti-imperialism, 354 Cardiff, 74
Birmingham, 218, 269“70 Carew, J. L., 205
and Catholic Church, 252 Carlingford. Lord, 241
and Chamberlain, 221“3, 226“8, 231 Carlisle, 319
charisma, 6 Carlisle, Lady, 94
class, 347 Carnarvon, Lord, 14
coercion in Ireland, 231, 243“4 Carpenter, Edward, 338
Crimean War, 329 Carrick-on-Suir, 126“7, 128
on Egyptian invasion, 167 Cashel, 148
and Gladstone, 259“60, 354 Catholic Church (Ireland)
Irish agrarian reform, 34, 219 bishops, 119“20
Irish reputation, 118 Blake on, 116
opposition to Home Rule, 56, 76, 245“7 Catholic liberalism, 28, 116“17
Quaker, 3, 219“20 Dissenters™ discourse, 248
and Reform League, 182 European dimension, 242“3
Ulster concern, 235, 259“60 and Irish National League, 197
US Civil War, 39 papacy, 119“20
Bright, John Albert, 270“1, 273, 328, 331 priests and liberalism, 117“20
British Isles, concept, 24 and Sinn Fein, 372
Broadhurst, Henry, 4, 40, 59, 84“5, 178, and Ulster, 251“66
223, 319 caucuses, 169“83
Brocklehurst, F., 328 Cavendish, Lord Frederick, 136
Brown, S. J., 342 Cavendish, Victor, 360
Bryce, James, 319, 320, 338, 375 Cavour, Camillo, 86, 242
Bryce, R. J., 255, 317 Celts, 261“2
Bulgarian agitation (1876), 34“7, 41, 62, Chamberlain, Austen, 270, 272, 376
81, 84, 163“6, 220, 317, 321, 326, Chamberlain, Joseph
333, 354, 355, 359 1882“6 rise, 217“38
Bull, P., 204 anti-Catholicism, 252, 253
Bullock, I., 332 Armenian policy, 325“6
Burke, Edmund, 80, 161, 175 Birmingham, 269“71
Burke, T. H., 136 Boer War, 326, 327
Burleigh, Bennet, 242 Bulgarian agitation, 220
Burns, John E., 45, 336, 338, 349 Cardiff visit, 74
Burns, Robert, 80 Chinese labour issue, 343“4
Burt, Tom, 40, 42, 53, 59, 69, 70, 72, compromises with Tories, 263“4
178, 314, 328, 333, 358 Dissenter, 219
Butler, Josephine, 4, 38, 66, 89 and Gladstone, 47“8, 219“24,
Butt, Isaac, 52, 53, 55, 150 234“5, 240
Buxton brothers, 375 Healy on, 112
on Home Rule crisis, 50
Cabra demonstration (1869), 141 imperialism, 248
Cadbury, George, 338 Irish policy, 7, 14, 54“5, 229“38, 240“1
408 Index

Chamberlain, Joseph (cont.) extension of suffrage, 151
Jamieson raid, 357 Irish rural poor, 129“30
legacy, 275 politics, 27
loss to Liberalism, 217 sectionalism or class struggle, 291“8
masculine Liberalism, 92, 239, 267 war, 82“5
National Council Plan, 63, 289 Claydon, Tom, 29
and NDL, 350 Clifford, John, 3, 318, 320, 328
and NLF, 47, 173, 176, 187 Clitheroe, 346
politics of emotionalism and, 47, 220 Clonakilty (Co. Cork), 118
popularity, 27, 105, 282 Cobden, Miss, 88“9
racial discourse, 250 Cobden, Richard, 5, 61, 329, 354
radical leader, 7 Cobden-Unwin, Jane, 328
Radical Unionism, 44 coercion
effect in Ireland, 147 Coercion Acts, 60, 80, 82, 89, 131“9,
rhetoric, 69“70, 76, 268 150, 152“3
˜Ransom™ speech, 220 Gladstonian legislation, 51
and T. W. Russell, 295 Irish resistance discourse, 139
sectarianism, 265 radical discourse, 80“8, 96
Skye tenants and, 58 Radical Unionism, 238“50
social reformer, 2, 273, 276, 277“8, 362 republicanism, 225
socialism and, 277“8 Cole, G. D. H., 335, 336
state intervention, 2, 221, 225 Collings, Jesse, 263“4
tariff reform, 345 Collini, Stefan, 215, 364
Ulster concern, 73, 77, 233, 235, 259 colonialism, 24“7
workmen™s compensation, 313 Comerford, Vincent, 24, 28, 31, 140, 165
Champion, H. H., 45 Compensation of Disturbance Bill
Channel Islands, 62 (1880), 123
Charles I, 68 Congreve, Richard, 52
Chartism conscience, 91, 267
alliances, 43 Conservatives
anti-parliamentarianism, 22 1885 election, 9
constitutional change, 130 1886 Home Rule Bill, 147
democratic tradition, 181 Birmingham, 269“71, 273
development, 3 continuing dominance, 367“8
electoral strategy, 302 fair trade, 65
influence on Nationalists, 30, 33 imperialism, 38
and Irish question, 41“2 Irish Nationalism and, 16“17
and Liberalism, 5 jingoism, 34, 167
neo-Chartism, 363 and labourers, 311
post-Chartist generation, 4“5, 52 old liberal policies, 3
women, 90 Ottoman policy, 324
Cheetham, Hannah, 89 Radical Unionists and, 269“72
Chevalier, Louis, 26 Unionism, 254
Chinese labour, 343“4, 347, 351, 359 Conspiracy Law, 83
Christian Socialists, 3 Constant, Benjamin, 175, 209
Churchill, Randolph, 68, 77, 271, 278 Contagious Diseases Acts, 89
Churchill, Winston, 14, 348, 360, 368, 371 Conybeare, Charles, 88, 154
Clanricard, Lord, 263 Cooke, A. B., 13, 14, 15, 83, 96
Clapham, 87 Cooper, George, 213
Claremorris (Co. Mayo), 117, 304 Cork, 97, 196
Clark, G. B., 334 Corn Laws, repeal, 5
Clarke, Peter, 267, 310, 365“6, 374 Courtney, Kate, 257, 278“9, 338
class Courtney, Leonard, 328, 338
concepts, 20 Coventry, 319
Egyptian crisis, 58 Cowan, D., 115
Index 409

Cowen, Joseph, 40, 42, 43, 52, 54, 60“2, women™s rights supporter, 107
169, 170, 176, 179, 362 Dawson, Charles, 230
Crawford, William, 178 De Freyne estate, 295
Cremer, Randal, 41, 83, 307, 358 death duties, 287
Crete, 324, 325, 357, 374 democracy
Crimean War, 329 Athens vs US models, 169“83
Crofters™ Act, 99, 297 debate, 3
Crompton, Henry, 52 Mill on, 170“2
Cromwell, Oliver, 6, 23 Nonconformists, 5“6
Crooke, T. W., Archbishiop of Cashel, Paris Commune, 52
118, 148 political parties: see party democracy
Crooks, Will, 346 popular liberalism, 51
Crystal Palace Exhibition (1851), 5 post-Chartism, 4“5
Cullen, Cardinal P., 118 Demosthenes, 171
Cumming, Revd James, 115 Depretis, A., 29
Cunninghame-Graham, R. B., 45, 88 Devonshire, Duke of, 7
Curran, Pete, 291, 334 Devoy, John, 115
Curtis, Perry, 25 Dickson, T. A., 255
Cyprus, 15 Dilke, Charles, 7, 53, 69, 94, 226,
232, 250, 348
Dale, R. W., 229, 243 Dilke, May, 91
Dalziel, J. H., 332, 337 Dilke, Mrs Ashton, 90
Darwinism, 247, 277 Dillon, John
Daunton, M., 368 Boer War, 328, 339
Davidson, John Morrison, 46, 188, 285, Cardiff visit, 74
287“91, 346, 351 democrat, 86
Davis, Thomas, 86 leadership, 156
Davitt, Michael and Liberalism, 202, 299
agrarian mobilization, 302 and National Party, 372

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