May's History

Thomas Erskine May

The Constitutional History of England since the Accession of George the Third 1760 - 1860

First Published in 1861

 

Volume I

Title Page and Prefaces

Chapter I: Influence of the Crown during the Reign of George III.

Chapter II: Influence of the Crown during the Regency, the Reigns of George IV., William IV., and her Majesty, Queen Victoria

Chapter III: Prerogatives of the Crown during the Minority or Incapacity of the Sovereign

Chapter IV: Revenues of the Crown: The Civil List: Pensions: Prerogatives of the Crown in Relation to the Royal Family

Chapter V: The House of Lords, and the Peerage

Chapter VI: The House of Commons

 

Volume II

Chapter VII: Relations of Parliament to the Crown, the Law, and the People

Chapter VIII: Party

Chapter IX: The Press, and Liberty of Opinion

Chapter X: The Press, and Liberty of Opinion, Continued

 

Volume III

Chapter XI: Liberty of the Subject

Chapter XII: The Church and Religious Liberty

Chapter XIII: The Church and Religious Liberty, Continued

Chapter XIV: The Church and Religious Liberty, Continued

Chapter XV: Local Government

Chapter XVI: Ireland before the Union

Chapter XVII: British Colonies and Dependencies

Chapter XVIII: Progress of General Legislation

Supplementary Chapter: 1861-1871

 

Index

Index A-C

Index D-K

Index L-Q

Index R-Z