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The parliamentary career of Charles de Laet Waldo Sibthorp, 1826-1855 : ultra-Tory opposition to reform in nineteenth-century Britain / edited by Stephen Roberts and Mark Acton ; with a foreword by Andrew Walker.
pt. 1. Introduction -- A biographical sketch of Charles de Laet Waldo Sibthorp -- A Tory diehard -- pt. 2. Local politics -- Electioneering in Lincoln -- The election of 1826 -- The election of 1832 -- The election of 1835 -- The election of 1841 -- The election of 1847 -- The election of 1852 -- pt. 3. Parliamentary speeches -- The defence of Protestantism -- Catholic emancipation -- Maynooth -- Papal aggression -- Electoral reform -- The Reform Bill of 1832 -- Electoral corruption -- The repeal of the corn laws and the public finances -- The corn laws -- The public finances -- The railways -- The Great Exhibition of 1851 -- A Sibthorp miscellany -- Appendix A: "Subjects for painters (after Peter Pindar)" / by Charles Dickens -- Appendix B: The parliamentary career of Gervaise Sibthorp, 1855-61 -- Appendix C: Six significant ultra-Tories -- Appendix D: An ultra-Tory periodical.
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