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Title: Dickinson, H. T.Henry St. John and the struggle for the leadership of the Tory party, 1702-14
Authors: Dickinson, H.T.
Issue Date: 1967
Publisher: Newcastle University
Abstract: This dissertation is not intended simply as a study of Henry St. John's early political career, though indirectly, this will be an important aspect of it. Rather it is meant to be a study of St. John's relations with the Tory party, with its leaders, its rank and file, and its political philosophy, in the age of Anne. At first it was planned as a narrative account. In many ways part two of this work fulfils my original objectives. However, during the course of my research, it became increasingly obvious that some attempt had to be made to analyse and define the Tory party.
Description: PhD Thesis
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