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Volume XIV: English
THE VICTORIAN AGE
Part Two
The Nineteenth Century, III


Edited by A. W. Ward & A. R. Waller
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CONTENTS    INDEX TO CHAPTERS    INDEX TO BIBLIOGRAPHIES    INDEX TO AUTHORS
  
CONTENTS
    Prefatory Note
    Table of Principal Dates
  
Chapter I. Philosophers
  By W. R. SORLEY, Litt.D., F.B.A., Fellow of King’s College, Knightbridge Professor of Moral Philosophy
  1. The economics of Ricardo
  2. James Mill
  3. Analysis of the Phenomena of the Human Mind
  4. Thomas Brown
  5. Sir William Hamilton
  6. Mansel
  7. John Stuart Mill
  8. System of Logic
  9. Utilitarianism
  10. On Liberty
  11. Political Economy
  12. Jevons
  13. George Grote; Alexander Bain
  14. George Croom Robertson
  15. The influence of Comte
  16. Rational and Religious Philosophers; John Grote
  17. Frederick Denison Maurice; Newman’s Grammar of Assent; William George Ward
  18. Martineau
  19. Herbert Spencer and the Philosophy of Evolution
  20. Darwin
  21. George Henry Lewes
  22. Huxley
  23. William Kingdon Clifford
  24. Leslie Stephen
  25. Maine’s Ancient Law
  26. Bagehot
  27. Henry Sidgwick; The Methods of Ethics
  28. Shadworth Hodgson
  29. Idealists
  30. Ferrier’s Institutes of Metaphysic
  31. Stirling’s Secret of Hegel
  32. Thomas Hill Green
  33. Prolegomena to Ethics
  34. William Wallace
  35. John Caird and Edward Caird
  36. Francis Herbert Bradley
  37. Alexander Campbell Fraser
  38. Robert Adamson
BIBLIOGRAPHY
  
II. Historians, Biographers and Political Orators
  By Sir A. W. WARD, Litt.D., F.B.A., Master of Peterhouse
  1. Sharon Turner
  2. Lingard
  3. Henry Hallam
  4. Sir James Mackintosh
  5. Macaulay
  6. Lays of Ancient Rome
  7. Essays
  8. History of England
  9. Sir Archibald Alison
  10. Sir Francis Palgrave
  11. John Mitchell Kemble
  12. Freeman
  13. The History of the Norman Conquest
  14. Stubbs
  15. The Constitutional History of England
  16. John Richard Green
  17. A Short History of the English People
  18. Sir Henry Maine
  19. J. E. Thorold Rogers
  20. Frederic Seebohm
  21. Frederic William Maitland
  22. Mary Bateson
  23. J. S. Brewer
  24. James Gairdner
  25. Froude
  26. History of England
  27. Samuel Rawson Gardiner
  28. Coxe
  29. Earl Stanhope
  30. Goldwin Smith
  31. Sir J. R. Seeley
  32. Harriet Martineau
  33. W. N. Molesworth
  34. Kinglake’s Invasion of the Crimea
  35. P. F. Tytler
  36. John Hill Burton
  37. Andrew Lang
  38. J. P. Prendergast
  39. Sir J. T. Gilbert
  40. C. L. Falkiner
  41. James Mill’s History of India
  42. Sir A. C. Lyall
  43. J. A. Doyle; E. J. Payne
  44. Creighton; History of the Papacy
  45. W. E. Collins; J. H. Overton; W. R. Stephens; T. G. Law
  46. T. McCrie
  47. Buckle’s History of Civilization
  48. Lecky; History of the Rise and Influence of the Spirit of Rationalism in Europe; The History of European Morals from Augustus to Charlemagne
  49. A History of England in the Eighteenth Century
  50. Biographers and Memoir-Writers; Lockhart
  51. Scott
  52. Moore
  53. Southey
  54. Roscoe
  55. Mark Pattison
  56. Sir James Stephen
  57. Agnes and Elizabeth Strickland
  58. Mrs. M. A. Everett Green
  59. Sir Theodore Martin
  60. Masson’s Life of Milton
  61. John Forster
  62. The Greville Memoirs
  63. The Croker Papers
  64. The Creevey Papers
  65. N. W. Senior
  66. Lord Acton
  67. Political Orators and Writers of Pamphlets; William Wilberforce
  68. Windham
  69. Whitbread
  70. Erskine
  71. Tierney
  72. Canning
  73. Brougham
  74. Orators of the Reform Bill period
  75. Palmerston
  76. Plunket
  77. Daniel O’Connell
  78. Richard Lalor Sheil
  79. Sir Robert Peel
  80. Edward Stanley, fourteenth earl of Derby
  81. Benjamin Disraeli
  82. Richard Cobden; John Bright
  83. Gladstone
BIBLIOGRAPHY
  
III. Critical and Miscellaneous Prose
JOHN RUSKIN AND OTHERS
  By HUGH WALKER, LL.D., Professor of English at St. David’s College, Lampeter
  1. Abraham Hayward
  2. John Doran
  3. George Brimley; E. S. Dallas; The Gay Science
  4. James Hannay
  5. Richard Holt Hutton
  6. Bagehot
  7. Sir Leslie Stephen
  8. Watts-Dunton
  9. Borrow
  10. Traill
  11. Dowden
  12. Henley
  13. Ruskin; Modern Painters
  14. Haydon
  15. Mrs. Jameson
  16. J. Addington Symonds
  17. Walter Pater
  18. Oscar Wilde
  19. Hugh Miller; W. and R. Chambers
  20. John Brown; Rab and his Friends
  21. Alexander Smith
  22. A. K. H. Boyd; John Skelton
  23. R. L. Stevenson
  24. W. B. Rands; Sir Arthur Helps; W. R. Greg
  25. Andrew Lang
  26. Laurence Oliphant
  27. Lafcadio Hearn
  28. Richard Jefferies
BIBLIOGRAPHY
  
IV. The Growth of Journalism
  By J. S. R. PHILLIPS, Editor of The Yorkshire Post, Leeds
  1. Eighteenth Century Newspapers
  2. Literary and Art Criticism; The Drama
  3. Politics
  4. The War Correspondent
  5. Progress of journalism in the Victorian era
  6. Jerdan
  7. The Times; The Walters
  8. Delane
  9. The Stuarts and The Morning Post
  10. James Perry and The Morning Chronicle
  11. The Standard
  12. The Morning Advertiser
  13. The Daily News
  14. The Daily Telegraph
  15. The Halfpenny morning press
  16. The Penny evening papers
  17. Weekly illustrated papers
  18. The Hour
  19. The Press
  20. The Examiner
  21. The Spectator
  22. The Saturday Review
  23. The Scots Observer
  24. The Guardian
  25. The Athenaeum
  26. Illustrated papers
  27. The Observer
  28. The Pilot; The Tribune
  29. The “Provincial” Press
  30. The Manchester Guardian
BIBLIOGRAPHY
  
V. University Journalism
  By VERNON HORACE RENDALL, sometime Scholar of Trinity College
  1. Calverley
  2. A. C. Hilton
  3. The Cambridge Review
  4. The Granta
  5. The Oxford Magazine
  6. The Isis
  7. Scottish and Irish University Journals
BIBLIOGRAPHY
  
VI. Caricature and the Literature of Sport
“PUNCH
  By HAROLD CHILD, sometime Scholar of Brasenose College, Oxford
  1. Hogarth
  2. Gillray
  3. Boydell
  4. Ackermann; Bunbury; Rowlandson
  5. Combe
  6. Dr. Syntax
  7. Gilpin
  8. The Microcosm of London
  9. Pierce Egan; Life in London
  10. The English Spy
  11. James Catnach
  12. The Newgate Calendar
  13. The Literature of Pugilism and Hunting
  14. Nimrod
  15. Surtees
  16. Bewick
  17. Punch
BIBLIOGRAPHY
  
VII. The Literature of Travel, 1700–1900
  By F. A. KIRKPATRICK, M.A., Trinity College
  1. William Dampier
  2. Woodes Rogers
  3. Anson
  4. Cook
  5. James Bruce
  6. Clarke
  7. Barrow
  8. Waterton; Darwin; Wallace
  9. Richard Ford
  10. Borrow
  11. Warburton; Eothen
  12. Curzon’s Monasteries of the Levant
  13. Sir Richard Burton
  14. W. G. Palgrave
  15. A. H. Layard
  16. Speke
  17. Winwood Reade; Mary Kingsley
  18. Peaks, passes and glaciers
  19. Dilke’s Greater Britain
BIBLIOGRAPHY
  
VIII. The Literature of Science
  
  1. PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS
    By W. W. ROUSE BALL, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College
    1. Cambridge mathematicians
    2. The British Association
    3. Whewell’s History of the Inductive Sciences
    4. Michael Faraday
    5. De Morgan
    6. Sir William Rowan Hamilton
    7. J. J. Sylvester
    8. John Couch Adams
    9. Cayley
    10. H. J. S. Smith
    11. Sir George Darwin
    12. George Green
    13. Sir George Stokes
    14. Lord Kelvin
    15. James Clerk Maxwell

  2. CHEMISTRY
    By M. M. PATTISON MUIR, M.A., Fellow of Gonville and Caius College
    1. The study of material changes
    2. Four main lines of advance in chemistry since the later years of the eighteenth century
    3. Priestley and Cavendish
    4. Black
    5. The Atomic Theory and Dalton
    6. Williamson
    7. Frankland
    8. Sir Humphry Davy; Electricity and Chemical Affinity
    9. Thomas Graham
    10. Faraday

  3. BIOLOGY
    By A. E. SHIPLEY, Sc.D., F.R.S., Master of Christ’s College
    1. The Royal Society
    2. Nehemiah Grew
    3. Ray and Willughby
    4. Robert Hooke
    5. Stephen Hales
    6. Museums
    7. Botanic Gardens
    8. Learned Societies
    9. Scientific Journals
    10. Exploration: Sir Joseph Banks; Robert Brown
    11. J. S. Henslow
    12. Lindley
    13. Berkeley
    14. James Hutton
    15. John Playfair
    16. William Smith
    17. Adam Sedgwick
    18. Scrope
    19. de la Beche
    20. Lyell
    21. Sorby
    22. Murchison
    23. Buckland
    24. Richard Owen
    25. Edward Forbes
    26. The voyage of “The Challenger
    27. Central America
    28. Darwin
    29. Wallace
    30. The Origin of Species
    31. Sir Joseph Hooker
    32. Research after Darwin; Huxley
BIBLIOGRAPHY
  
IX. Anglo-Irish Literature
  By ALFRED PERCEVAL GRAVES, M.A.
  1. Gaelic and Classical Literature
  2. Gaelic Poetry
  3. Translations
  4. Irish influence on English Literature
  5. Geoffrey Keating
  6. James Ussher
  7. The Sheridans
  8. Le Fanu
  9. National Folk-ballads and other writings
  10. Maginn
  11. Lever
  12. Lover
  13. Crofton Croker
  14. Carleton
  15. Patrick Kennedy
  16. Mahony
  17. The Banims
  18. Thomas Osborne Davis
  19. McGee
  20. Sir Samuel Ferguson
  21. Griffin
  22. National Songs
  23. Women writers
  24. Later writers
  25. Synge
BIBLIOGRAPHY
  
X. Anglo-Indian Literature
  By EDWARD FARLEY OATEN, M.A., LL.B., Indian Educational Service, Professor of History at the Presidency College, Calcutta
  1. Early historians
  2. William Browne Hockley; Philip Meadows Taylor; The mutiny
  3. The later historians
  4. Sir Edwin Arnold; Sir Alfred Lyall
  5. Bankin Chandra Chatterji
  6. Torulata Dutt
BIBLIOGRAPHY
  
XI. English-Canadian Literature
  By PELHAM EDGAR, Ph.D., F.R.S.C., Professor of English Literature in Victoria College, University of Toronto
  1. Haliburton
  2. Isabella Valancy Crawford
  3. Archibald Lampman
  4. William Henry Drummond
  5. Lesser Poets
  6. Historians
  7. Novelists
BIBLIOGRAPHY
  
XII. The Literature of Australia and New Zealand
  By HAROLD CHILD
  1. Charles Harpur
  2. Henry Clarence Kendall
  3. Adam Lindsay Gordon
  4. James Brunton Stephens
  5. Henry Kingsley and William Howitt; Marcus Clarke: “Rolf Boldrewood
  6. Historians
BIBLIOGRAPHY
  
XIII. South African Poetry
  By Sir T. HERBERT WARREN, K.C.V.O., President of Magdalen College, Oxford
  1. Thomas Pringle
  2. Afar in the Desert
  3. The Bechuana Boy
  4. Anthologies
BIBLIOGRAPHY
  
XIV. Education
  By J. W. ADAMSON, Fellow of King’s College, London, and Professor of Education in the University of London
  1. The industrial revolution
  2. French and German education
  3. The universities
  4. Nonconformist academies
  5. Public schools
  6. Education of girls
  7. Elementary education
  8. Chesterfield’s Letters
  9. The Edgeworths
  10. Wordsworth
  11. Priestley
  12. Study of English
  13. Thomas Sheridan
  14. The Scottish School of Rhetoric
  15. Education and the state
  16. Mrs. Trimmer
  17. Bell and Lancaster
  18. Robert Owen
  19. Brougham and The Edinburgh Review
  20. Mechanics’ institutes
  21. Adult education
  22. English and Scottish universities
  23. The university of London
  24. Tutors versus professors
  25. Public School reform
  26. William Ellis
  27. Ruskin
  28. Newman
  29. The state assumes responsibility for elementary education; The revised code
  30. Spencer
  31. Royal Commissions
  32. Arnold and secondary education
  33. John Stuart Mill
  34. Essays on a liberal education
  35. Edward Thring
  36. The Education Act of 1870
  37. Alexander Bain
  38. The education of women
  39. Universities and research
  40. The new universities
  41. The legislation of 1902
BIBLIOGRAPHY
  
XV. Changes in the Language since Shakespeare’s Time
  By W. MURISON, M.A., Aberdeen
  1. The world-wide expansion of the English language
  2. Changes in pronunciation
  3. Changes in spelling
  4. Changes in grammar
  5. Vocabulary
  6. Methods of word-making
  7. Influx of foreign words
  8. Plain and ornate style
  9. Afterword
BIBLIOGRAPHY

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