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The Resource The 'natural leaders' and their world : politics, culture and society in Belfast, c. 1801-1832, Jonathan Jeffrey Wright

The 'natural leaders' and their world : politics, culture and society in Belfast, c. 1801-1832, Jonathan Jeffrey Wright

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The 'natural leaders' and their world : politics, culture and society in Belfast, c. 1801-1832
Title
The 'natural leaders' and their world
Title remainder
politics, culture and society in Belfast, c. 1801-1832
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Jonathan Jeffrey Wright
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Language
eng
Summary
This is an exploration of the complex and cosmopolitan urban culture inhabited by the Presbyterian elite of late-Georgian Belfast--
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Wright, Jonathan Jeffrey
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
Series statement
Reappraisals in Irish history
Series volume
1
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  • Presbyterians
  • Politics and culture
  • Belfast (Northern Ireland)
  • Belfast (Northern Ireland)
  • Belfast (Northern Ireland)
  • Ireland
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The 'natural leaders' and their world : politics, culture and society in Belfast, c. 1801-1832, Jonathan Jeffrey Wright
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [249]-273) and index
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nc
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rdacarrier.
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text
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txt
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Contents
Part 1: Will Tennent's band of 'bastards and rebels': the Tennent family in its contexts. Introduction ; 'Blest Tenant ... faithful servant of the Lord' ; 'A moderate in times of popular excitement'? ; 'A totally new man' ; 'A dismal home' ; 'An entire change of inhabitants ; Conclusion. -- Part 2: The 'natural leaders', part one: politics and personalities. Introduction ; Setting the scene ; Aristocrats, 'alarmed whigs' and 'young men' ; 'Such Orangemen as good William would have approved' ; 'The progress of public opinion' ; Turning points ; 'A scene for history to scorn' ; Conclusion. -- Part 3: The 'natural leaders', part two: Belfast, Europe and the world. Introduction ; 'Buonaparte-Protestants' ; 'The contagious blaze of freedom' ; 'A new world' ; 'The Destruction of the Naturals' ; Conclusion. -- Part 4: 'The manhood of the mind': classicism, romanticism and the politics of culture. Introduction ; The politics of culture ; The Athens of the North? ; 'Athens fam'd Institution' ; 'The seat of the muses themselves'? ; Robert Hyndman's toe ; Conclusion. -- Part 5: 'Thank-offerings to the God of providence': philanthropy, evangelicalism and social change. Introduction ; 'Money in its pockets and roast beef for dinner' ; 'Admirably conduced charitable institutions' ; 'Prayers and preachments from morning to night' ; The 'pernicious visionary' and the 'gigantic genius' ; 'We should as it were compel them' ; Conclusion
Control code
FIEb17308550
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xii, 284 pages
Isbn
9781846318481
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unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
n
System control number
  • FIEb17308550
  • (OCoLC)830946913
Label
The 'natural leaders' and their world : politics, culture and society in Belfast, c. 1801-1832, Jonathan Jeffrey Wright
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [249]-273) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Part 1: Will Tennent's band of 'bastards and rebels': the Tennent family in its contexts. Introduction ; 'Blest Tenant ... faithful servant of the Lord' ; 'A moderate in times of popular excitement'? ; 'A totally new man' ; 'A dismal home' ; 'An entire change of inhabitants ; Conclusion. -- Part 2: The 'natural leaders', part one: politics and personalities. Introduction ; Setting the scene ; Aristocrats, 'alarmed whigs' and 'young men' ; 'Such Orangemen as good William would have approved' ; 'The progress of public opinion' ; Turning points ; 'A scene for history to scorn' ; Conclusion. -- Part 3: The 'natural leaders', part two: Belfast, Europe and the world. Introduction ; 'Buonaparte-Protestants' ; 'The contagious blaze of freedom' ; 'A new world' ; 'The Destruction of the Naturals' ; Conclusion. -- Part 4: 'The manhood of the mind': classicism, romanticism and the politics of culture. Introduction ; The politics of culture ; The Athens of the North? ; 'Athens fam'd Institution' ; 'The seat of the muses themselves'? ; Robert Hyndman's toe ; Conclusion. -- Part 5: 'Thank-offerings to the God of providence': philanthropy, evangelicalism and social change. Introduction ; 'Money in its pockets and roast beef for dinner' ; 'Admirably conduced charitable institutions' ; 'Prayers and preachments from morning to night' ; The 'pernicious visionary' and the 'gigantic genius' ; 'We should as it were compel them' ; Conclusion
Control code
FIEb17308550
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xii, 284 pages
Isbn
9781846318481
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
n
System control number
  • FIEb17308550
  • (OCoLC)830946913

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