|Other titles||Political career of the Earl of Durham|
|Statement||by John Reid.|
|Contributions||Reid, John, 1808-1841?|
|LC Classifications||DA536.D96 A5 1835|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 400 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||400|
Sketch of the political career of the Earl of Durham by Durham, John George Lambton, Earl of, ; Reid, John, ? Publication date Topics Durham, John George Lambton, Earl of, Publisher Glasgow: J. Reid Collection robarts; toronto Digitizing sponsorPages: Sketch of the political career of the Earl of Durham / By Earl of John George Lambton Durham and ? John Reid. Abstract. Speeches, taken chiefly from Hansard's parliamentary of access: Internet Publisher: Glasgow: J. Reid, Year: OAI identifier. lord durham's politica.l career and character. Tills sketch of the Public Life of Lord DURHAM consists of a very brief notice of his early years, and of a collection of his principal speeches, strung together by observations explanatory of the oc- casions on which they were delivered. Reid published in a sketch of the Earl of Durham's political career. He contributed to periodicals and published Illustrations of Social Depravity, a series of booklets, Glasgow, He wrote a memoir for the Posthumous Works () of William McGavin, and in published Turkey and the Turks, being the Present State of the Ottoman Empire.
Jeremy Bentham His Life and Political Opinions The Earl of Durham The Characteristics of Chartism The English Radicals: An Historical Sketch Clement Boulton Roylance Kent Full view - The English Radicals, an Historical Sketch. Political career. Durham was first elected to Parliament for County Durham in the general election of , a seat he held until , when he was raised to the peerage as Baron Durham, of the City of Durham and of Lambton Castle in the County Palatine of h: William IV. Earl of Durham is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created in for the prominent Whig politician and colonial official John Lambton, 1st Baron Durham. Known as "Radical Jack", he played a leading role in the passing of the Great Reform Act of First holder: John Lambton, 1st Earl of Durham. Political career. After making a substantial donation to the Liberal Party, he became its joint honorary treasurer in – He was made a Liberal Life peer as Baron Beaumont of Whitley, of Child's Hill in Greater London, in He was chair of the Liberal Party in – and then President in – In Parliament he was Liberal spokesman on education and the arts until Parents: Michael Beaumont, Faith Pease.
- Frederick Bradshaw, Self-Government in Canada, and How it Was Achieved: The Story of Lord Durham's Report, Londres: , p. - John Reid, Sketch of the Political Career of the Earl of Durham, Glasgow: J. Reid, p. Notes. 1. The Report and Despatches of the Earl of Durham: to supply the remedy which would, in my opinion, completely remove the existing political disorders. It needs but to follow out consistently the principles of the British constitution, and introduce into the Government of these great Colonies those wise provisions, by which alone the working. Lambton inheritance: 'Selfish Ned is damaging our family’ boasts 16 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, a cinema and grand drawing room. Outside, there is . Reynolds, Turner, and Cousins. A collection of his speeches delivered between and will be found in Reid's 'Sketch of the Political Career of the Earl of Durham' (Glasgow, , 12mo); several of his speeches were published separately.