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Eighteenth-Century Britain, 1688-1783 (2nd Edition)

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Macmilllan History of Britain

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Jeremy Black sets the politics of eighteenth century Britain into the fascinating context of social, economic, cultural, religious and scientific developments. The second edition of this successful text by a leading...

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Jeremy Black sets the politics of eighteenth century Britain into the fascinating context of social, economic, cultural, religious and scientific developments. The second edition of this successful text by a leading authority in the field has now been updated and expanded to incorporate the latest research and scholarship.

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  Revised and updated throughout in the light of recent research
  Jeremy Black is a leading authority on the eighteenthcentury and a high profile author
  Provides a thematic overview, covering the whole of the British Isles

Preface
Abbreviations
Introduction
Life and Death
Agriculture
Industry
Transport and Trade
Society
Towns
Faith and the Churches
Enlightenment and Science
Culture and the Arts
Authority, the State and Administration
Political Worlds
Politics
Continental Comparisons and Links
The Rise of a World Power
Conclusions
Selected Further Reading
Chronology
Index.
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JEREMY BLACK is Professor of History at the University of Exeter, UK.

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JEREMY BLACK is Professor of History at the University of Exeter, UK.

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