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The founding of the Second British Empire, 1763-1793.

Vincent T. Harlow

The founding of the Second British Empire, 1763-1793.

by Vincent T. Harlow

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Published by Longmans in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain -- Colonies -- History.,
  • Great Britain -- History -- George III, 1760-1820.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliographical footnotes. SCAR has: v. 1, cop. 1-2; v. 2, cop. 1-3.

    Other titlesThe Second British Empire, 1763-1793
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. maps. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19891748M

    Vincent T. Harlow, The Founding of the Second British Empire, –, 2 vols (London, ) II, pp. 1– Google Scholar. The last and finest product of the imperialist school was V T Harlow's monumental The Founding of the Second British Empire () which the author left unfinished at his death. By the s almost all sensible politicians and academics were embarrassed by the British Empire.

    here, but the condition of the empire from which the American colonists withdrew is both relevant to this question and a subject which has received too little attention in itself. From this generalization must be excepted Professor Vincent Harlow's study of The Founding of the Second British Empire, , the second volume of which must now un. Darwin, John. The empire project: the rise and fall of the British world-system, [Internet]. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press;

    Since the publication in of the first volume of V. T. Harlow's The Founding of the Second British Empire –, the debate on the nature and concept of empire in the twenty years after. 5 V. T. Harlow, The Founding of the Second British Empire, –, 2 vols. (London, –64). 6 PeterMarshall, ‘The First and SecondBritish Empires: AQuestion of Demarcation’, History,49 (), 13–23; Philip Lawson, ‘The Missing Link: The Imperial Dimension in Understanding.


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The Founding of the Second British Empire, 2 vols., London: Longmans, *Harvey, G. History of Burma: From the Earliest Times to 10 March The Beginning of the English Conquest. Preface by Sir Richard Carnac Temple.

London, Reprint, New Delhi and Madras: Asian Educational Services. Linking four continents over three centuries, Selling Empire demonstrates the centrality of India--both as an idea and a place--to the making of a global British imperial system. In the seventeenth century, Britain was economically, politically, and militarily weaker than India, but Britons increasingly made use of India's strengths to build their own empire in both America and Asia.Gough tells us of Vincent Harlow, whose two volume study The Founding of the Second British Empire, – (published in and respectively) was and remains his most formative intellectual influence.

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