Gladstone: Ireland and beyond

Mary E. Daly & K. Theodore Hoppen, editors

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ISBN: 978-1-84682-298-8
April 2011. 208pp

Foreword by Martin Mansergh

Introduction by K. Theodore Hoppen

Gladstone, Ireland, Scotland and the ‘Union of heart and spirit’
Alvin Jackson

Gladstone, Salisbury and the end of Irish assimilationism
K. Theodore Hoppen

Gladstone’s Irish Home Rule legacy: Philip Kerr and the making of the 1920s Government of Ireland Bill
Melanie Sayers

From private visit to public opportunity: Gladstone’s 1877 trip to Ireland
Kevin Mc Kenna

‘Irish peers are deservedly unpopular’: dealing with your father’s faux pas within the nineteenth-century family
Devon McHugh

‘This Proteus of politics’: the Dublin Evening Mail on Gladstone, 1868–98
Patrick Maume

The Irish Times, southern Protestants and the memory of Gladstone, 1898–1938
Eugenio Biagini

A careful Hellenism and a reckless Roman-ness: the Gladstone-Disraeli rivalry in the context of classics
Quentin Broughall

The religious dimension in Gladstone’s Home Rule analysis
John-Paul McCarthy

Gladstone and imperialism
Bernard Porter

‘A most arduous but a most noble duty’: Gladstone and the British Raj in India, 1868–98
David Omissi

Postscript: A statue of Gladstone for Dublin
Paula Murphy