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Popular disturbances in Scotland, 1780-1815

by Kenneth J. Logue

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Published by J. Donald in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Scotland
    • Subjects:
    • Social movements -- Scotland -- History,
    • Riots -- Scotland -- History

    • Edition Notes

      StatementKenneth J. Logue.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHN398.S3 L6
      The Physical Object
      Pagination278 p. :
      Number of Pages278
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4194646M
      ISBN 100859760375
      LC Control Number80473379

      Popular Disturbances in Scotland , Kenneth J. Logue Methods for the Economic Evaluation of Health Care Programmes, Michael F. Drummond, Mark J. Sculpher, George W. Torrance. Abstract. Although many of the middling orders and even some of the lower orders were drawn into parliamentary elections and pressure group politics the most common and the most effective form of plebeian politics was the crowd demonstration and the : H. T. Dickinson.

        The whole story, I later discovered, is set out with great clarity by Kenneth Logue in his Popular Disturbances in Scotland Werkmeister must have had some source for her story: perhaps she picked up a squib in one of the Whig newspapers, pretending that Taylor the Tory writer and this Edinburgh Taylor were the same, and was taken : John Barrell. Stevenson, J. () Popular disturbances in England, 2nd ed. London: Longman. Stevenson, J. S. () ‘“Food Riots in England, ”, in Popular protest and public order: six studies in British history, ’, in Popular protest and .

      Works cited in the author's Carlyle and the Search for Authority, which the Ohio State University Press published in It appears in the Victorian Web with the kind permission of the author, who of course retains copyright.. E-editor's suggestion: Readers wishing an easy means of identifying publishing information for cited works should leave this document open while reading individual.   Adam Smith tended to despise their partiality. The State also prohibited freedom of assembly and strike-related “outrages”, with flogging though the streets, jail terms and transportation for transgressors (K. J. Logue, 'Popular Disturbances in Scotland, ').


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chapters. It fail thes n to give unity and purpose to the book as a whole. MALCOLM GRAY Popular disturbances in Scotland. By Kennet J. Logueh Pp Edinburgh: John Donald. The sasw an upsurge of interest in Scottish social and political protest. Much of this work however. Popular disturbances in Scotland, Author: Logue, K.

thesis is popular direct action in the form of crowd activity in late eighteenth century and early nineteenth century Scotland. The disturbances considered are those in which at least one of those involved was charged with 'mobbing and rioting'. A wide variety of disturbances Cited by: and Popular Protest in Lowland Scotland, ^ ABSTRACT The People's Past (Edinburgh, ); K.J.

Logue, Popular Disturbances m Scotland, (Edinburgh, ). 3 K. Bowie, Scottish Public Opinion and the Anglo-Scottish Union, (Woodbridge, defended by rioters originated not in the Elizabethan Book of Orders, but in.

Author / Title Shelf Mark Type Location Keywords; Logue, Kenneth J. - Popular disturbances in Scotland, /. - Edinburgh: Dona, Popular disturbances in England – John Stevenson, (London: Longman, Themes in British Social History, Pp.

vii + £995 and £595 softback) Pp. vii + £995 and £595 softback). For studies which focus on the second half of the eighteenth century, see K. Logue, ‘Eighteenth-Century Popular Protest: Aspects of the People's Past’, in E. Cowan (ed.), The People's Past (Edinburgh, ); K.

Logue, Popular Disturbances in Scotland, – (Edinburgh, ).Cited by: 3.“ The Anatomy of the Printed Book in Early Modern Scotland,” Scottish Historical Rev no. 2 (October ): –esp.

; idem, The Scottish Book Trade, – Print Commerce and Print Control in Early Modern Scotland (East Linton, ), –Cited by: 2.

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Mangan, James Walvin, c A final strength of the book is that it does deal with the opposition to women's suffrage in Britain', those interested in the Scottish experience will find interesting material here.

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Book. English. 43 NRS, RH2/4/ State Papers Scotland, Series 2: SP 54, vol. 48, –83, part I, fols. 62, (quote), –3. I am grateful to Dr David J. Brown of the National Records of Scotland for drawing my attention to this by: 2.

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