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Fri Mar 21 17:09:21 2014 UTClccn-n20040226910.00Memoranda0.901.00The Hon. Viscount Wolmer, M.P., Unionist candidate for the West Division Edinburgh : sketch of his life, and extracts from his speeches : with portrait264026827n 20040226916482217containsVIAFID/154203727Conservative Party (Great Britain)containsVIAFID/140653165Liberal Party (Great Britain)lccn-n00024091Cawood, Ianlccn-n82087710Gillette, William1853-1937lccn-n79006533Shaw, Bernard1856-1950lccn-n79071133Doyle, Richard1824-1883nc-c frederick kittle collection of doyleana newberry library$core materialsC. Frederick Kittle Collection of Doyleana (Newberry Library)Core Materialsnp-fast, francis rFast, Francis w wall ltdA.W. Wall Ltdviaf-198082681Levine, Stephen H.1942-np-curnow, leslieCurnow, Leslienc-liberal unionist council great britainLiberal Unionist Council (Great Britain)Liberal Unionist Party (Great Britain)HistoryRecords and correspondenceSourcesPictorial worksBiographyPortraitsPeriodicalsGreat BritainPolitical scienceLiberal Unionist Party (Great Britain)Irish questionStrachey, John St. Loe,Manuscripts, EnglishConservative Party (Great Britain)Park, WilliamBarr, Robert,Kittle, C. FrederickAuthors, EnglishIllustratorsSelborne, William Waldegrave Palmer,--Earl of,Illinois--ChicagoIrelandProtectionismWorld War (1914-1918)United StatesSlater, Oscar,Sullivan, Mark,Doyle familyMediumsSouth African War (1899-1902)Manuscripts, AmericanHoudini, Harry,PoliticiansHome ruleArtistsSpiritualismFord, ArthurPaget, Sidney,Doyle, Charles AltamontCavell, Edith,Society for Psychical Research (Great Britain)Free tradeDoyle, Arthur Conan,LiberalismCruikshank, George,Great Britain.--Parliament.--House of CommonsPolitical campaignsElectionsScotland18899477324.241096JN1129.L45891ocn761381529book20120.93Cawood, IanThe Liberal Unionist Party : a historyHistory"The Liberal Unionist party was one of the shortest-lived political parties in British history. It was formed in 1886 by a faction of the Liberal party, led by Lord Hartington, which opposed Irish home rule. In 1895, it entered into a coalition government with the Conservative party and in 1912, now under the leadership of Joseph Chamberlain, it amalgamated with the Conservatives. Ian Cawood here uses previously unpublished archival material to provide the first complete study of the Liberal Unionist party. He argues that the party was a genuinely successful political movement with widespread activist and popular support which resulted in the development of an authentic Liberal Unionist culture across Britain in the mid-1890s. The issues which this book explores are central to an understanding of the development of the twentieth century Conservative party, the emergence of a 'national' political culture, and the problems, both organisational and ideological, of a sustained period of coalition in the British parliamentary system."--Publisher's website11ocn060336353book1.00The Hon. Viscount Wolmer, M.P., Unionist candidate for the West Division Edinburgh : sketch of his life, and extracts from his speeches : with portraitBiography11ocn046665537book19740.81Levine, Stephen HSt. Loe Strachey and the ideology of free trade unionismHistory11ocn224999739serialMemorandaPeriodicals11ocn463040672file18890.47BROOKS, GeorgeWhy I became a Liberal Unionist11ocn601775000bksKittle, C. FrederickC. Frederick Kittle collection of DoyleanaHistoryPortraitsPictorial worksSourcesRecords and correspondenceThis portion of the C. Frederick Kittle Collection of Doyleana, amassed by Dr. Kittle, includes mostly correspondence, twenty-five photographs, artwork and a few miscellaneous items relating to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and his family01ocn316398539bookWest of Scotland Liberal Unionist Association (Glasgow)[Election posters.]SourcesFri Mar 21 15:14:39 EDT 2014batch7082