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Fri Mar 21 17:11:25 2014 UTClccn-n868024560.24Victorian scandal0.740.96[Inventaire des microfilms de papiers privés relatifs à l'histoire du Congo conservés à la "School of Oriental and African Studies" de l'Universite de Londres "Mackinnon papers" et au "British Museum" : quelques pages des Gladstone papers et des Dilke papers /32789810Sir_Charles_Dilke,_2nd_Baronetn 868024561476664Dilke, CharlesDilke, Charles W.Dilke, Charles W. 1843-1911Dilke, Charles W. (Charles Wentworth), Sir, 1843-1911Dilke, Charles Wentworth, Sir, bart, 1843-1911Wentworth Charles 1843-1911 baronet DilkeWentworth Dilke, Charles 1843-1911Wentworth Dilke, Charles, Sir, 1843-1911ジルク, チャールスジルク, チャーレスlccn-n83227340Dilke, Emilia Francis StrongLady1840-1904lccn-n50028076Jenkins, Roy1920-2003lccn-n50024231Gwynn, Stephen Lucius1864-1950lccn-n98076549Israel, Kali1962-lccn-n50050689Pattison, Mark1813-1884lccn-no2009177206Tuckwell, Gertrude M.edtlccn-n78062641Nicholls, David1948-np-crawford, donaldCrawford, Donaldlccn-no95053453Crawford, Virginia M.(Virginia Mary)1862-1948lccn-n50002022Askwith, Betty1909-1995Dilke, Charles WentworthSir1843-1911Records and correspondenceManuscriptsCriticism, interpretation, etcPortraitsConference proceedingsFictionTrials, litigation, etcMilitary historyBiographyHistoryGreat BritainDilke, Charles Wentworth,--Sir,Political scienceFeministsWomen labor leadersDilke, Emilia Francis Strong,--Lady,Authors, EnglishCivilizationWomen art historiansTravelColoniesLocal governmentUnited StatesEnglandMarriagePoliticians' spousesLabor leadersArt historiansWomen authors, EnglishPoliticiansVoyages around the worldTaxationPattison, Mark,ScandalsImperial federationWomen and literatureEuropeLocal taxationRadicalismEngland--LondonTrials (Divorce)Trials (Adultery)AustraliaColonies--Description and travelCrawford, DonaldCrawford, Virginia M.--(Virginia Mary),Keats, John,Poets, EnglishManuscripts, EnglishColonies--AdministrationVoyages and travelsEnglish literatureMilitary readinessConstitutional historyDilke, Charles Wentworth,Manners and customsAmericaColonies--Social life and customsNew ZealandWages1843191118451849185218541855185818611866186818691870187118721873187418751876187818791880188118821883188418851886188718881889189018911892189318941895189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121914191519171918191919251958195919651966196819691970197219731974197619771978198019811984198519881990199519961999200520072008200920102011201220135943346742910.4DA565.D6ocn007903326ocn000642430ocn681864321ocn682341514ocn461697363ocn427555359ocn656648695ocn000361409ocn780152643ocn029112379ocn023321351ocn657610583ocn83940589167770ocn000587526book18680.76Dilke, Charles WentworthGreater Britain: a record of travel in English-speaking countries during 1866 and 1867+-+816705140650625ocn000382967book18900.73Dilke, Charles WentworthProblems of Greater Britain19516ocn003570559book18980.73Dilke, Charles WentworthThe British empireHistory18413ocn004388476book18450.73Dilke, Charles WentworthThe papers of a critic, selected from the writings of the late Charles Wentworth DilkeCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography16310ocn000640148book19050.86Dilke, Emilia Francis StrongThe book of the spiritual lifeBiography1543ocn000774972book19140.86Keats, JohnThe Keats letters, papers and other relics forming the Dilke bequest in the Hampstead public library, reproduced in fifty eight collotype facsimilesPortraitsRecords and correspondenceManuscripts12513ocn000528004book18920.79Dilke, Charles WentworthImperial defence1242ocn013488275book18750.92Cobden Club (London, England)Cobden Club essays. Local government and taxation11726ocn003819876book18700.66Dilke, Charles WentworthGreater Britain : a record of travel in English-speaking countries : with additional chapters on English influence in Japan and China, and on Hong Kong and the Straits settlements11011ocn005232718book18680.86Dilke, Charles WentworthGreater Britain. A record of travel in English-speaking countries, during 1866-7+-+2570423905894ocn008148041book19010.81Cockburn, John AlexanderAustralian federation798ocn008290601book18740.90Dilke, Charles WentworthThe fall of Prince Florestan of MonacoFiction683ocn019655640book19850.37Dilke, Charles WentworthGreater Britain, Charles Dilke visits her new lands, 1866 & 1867673ocn005826485book18850.88Industrial Remuneration ConferenceThe report of the proceedings and papers read in Prince's Hall, Piccadilly, under the presidency of the Right Hon. Sir Charles W. Dilke ... on the 28th, 29th, and 30th January, 1885Conference proceedings634ocn014057620book19100.94Dilke, Charles WentworthWoman suffrage and electoral reform487ocn004812844book18880.81Dilke, Charles WentworthThe British army, by the author of "Greater Britain"Military history455ocn000361409book19090.84Abbott, G. FGreece in evolution; studies prepared under the auspices of the French league for the defence of the rights of Hellenism249ocn004108543book18870.53Dilke, Charles WentworthL'Europe en 1887221ocn058754688book18750.84Cobden Club (London, England)Local government and taxation193ocn263170746file18710.79Dilke, Charles WentworthSir Charles Dilke at Newcastle54716ocn000876603book19170.79Gwynn, Stephen LuciusThe life of the Rt. Hon. Sir Charles W. Dilke, bart., M.PBiography4765ocn039787851book19990.59Israel, KaliNames and stories Emilia Dilke and Victorian cultureHistoryBiography"Emilia Dilke" (1840-1904) was christened Emily Francis Strong and known by her middle name throughout her childhood as the daughter of an army officer-cum-bank manager in Iffley, England, near Oxford, and her days as an art student in London. During her first marriage, she was Francis Pattison or Mrs. Mark Pattison, while her published works of art history and criticism were neutrally signed E.F.S. Pattison. Later, in the 1870s, she privately changed her first name to Emilia, a switch made public when she remarried in 1885. By this second nuptial union she became Lady Dilke, the famous intellectual, feminist, art critic, author, and, eventually, the active and popular President of the Women's Trade Union League for nearly twenty years+-+00277604653632ocn000400275book19650.53Jenkins, RoyVictorian scandal : a biography of the right honorable gentleman Sir Charles DilkeHistoryBiography34310ocn000675421book19580.73Jenkins, RoySir Charles Dilke; a Victorian tragedyBiography+-+05757188853242342ocn032000888book19950.73Nicholls, DavidThe lost prime minister : a life of Sir Charles DilkeHistoryBiography+-+00760370363241882ocn000062423book19690.70Askwith, BettyLady Dilke: a biographyHistoryBiography611ocn506044712com18750.92Dilke, Charles WentworthThe law of literary criticism as illustrated by the 'Athenŭm' libel case Johnston v. Sir Charles Dilke, bt., and others, proprietors and publishers of the 'Athenŭm'Trials, litigation, etc611ocn506041979com18870.92Crawford, DonaldThe Crawford divorce case containing important facts disclosed since the trialTrials, litigation, etc611ocn506041990com18860.92Crawford, DonaldThe Crawford divorce case verbatim report of the trial, illustrated with portraitsTrials, litigation, etc611ocn506003456com18910.93Crawford, DonaldCrawford v. Crawford (the Queen's proctor intervening) evidence taken on the hearing with notesTrials, litigation, etc373ocn013993034book19150.92Reinach, JosephRécits et portraits contemporainsHistory376ocn036668359book19960.53Jenkins, RoyDilke : a Victorian tragedyBiographySir Charles Dilke was born in 1843 and died in 1911. His career is one of the mysteries and tragedies of nineteenth-century history. In the summer of 1885 he was the youngest man in the outgoing cabinet and Gladstone's most likely successor as leader of the Liberal Party. But his great expectations were shattered when in July 1885 Donald Crawford, a Liberal candidate, began divorce proceedings against his twenty-two-year-old wife, citing Dilke as co-respondent. There were two hearings, during the second of which Mrs Crawford made the most sensational allegations and in the end Dilke lost. He maintained his innocence to his dying day and despite his public disgrace there were many who believed him. First published in 1958, Dilke is a story with a climax as exciting as it is mysterious and which bears continuing relevance to the private lives of public figures+-+0575718885324241ocn009523962book19660.37Dyne, MichaelThe right honourable gentlemanDrama172ocn052285318book19960.56Anstis, RalphFour personalities from the Forest of Dean : Sir John Wyntour, Catharina Bovey, Timothy Mountjoy, Sir Charles DilkeHistoryBiography161ocn014778640book18840.93White, WilliamSir Lyon Playfair taken to pieces and disposed of: likewise Sir Charles W. Dilke, bart., being a dissection of their speeches in the House of Commons, on 19th June, 1883, in defence of compulsory vaccination153ocn008325416book19250.53Gwynn, Stephen LuciusA short life of Sir Charles W. Dilke ... : abridged from the larger workBiography121ocn004254977book19690.24Jenkins, RoyVictorian scandal65ocn061585164book19170.88Gwynn, Stephen LuciusThe life of Sir Charles W. Dilke41ocn021242937book19590.96[Inventaire des microfilms de papiers privés relatifs à l'histoire du Congo conservés à la "School of Oriental and African Studies" de l'Universite de Londres "Mackinnon papers" et au "British Museum" : quelques pages des Gladstone papers et des Dilke papersHistoryCatalogs41ocn171488432book19110.47Christie, Manson & WoodsObjects of artCatalogs+-+8167051406+-+8167051406Fri Mar 21 15:56:43 EDT 2014batch31666