History / History -European & World . / The Oxford History of the British Empire: Volume II: The Eighteenth Century (Oxford History of the British Empire) by P. J. Marshall, Alaine Low P. J. Marshall, Alaine Low                      Oxford University Press, 1998 edition: black hardcover with gilt lettering and decoration to spine: dust jacket: 639 pages, including index, chronology, black and white figures, tables, and maps. Synopsis: A comprehensive study of the British Empire of the 18th Century , comprised of  authoritative contributions from 24 historians; and  influenced by recent scholarship and newly acquired releases from historical records. Contents:-Introduction by P. J. Marshall. British Diasporo: Emigration from Britain, 1680-1815 by James Hall.  Inseparable Connections: Trade, Economy, Fiscal State, and the Expansion of Empire, 1688 t- 1815 by Patrick K. O'Brien . The Imperial Economy 1700 -1776 by Jacob M. Price. The Anointed, the Appointed, and the Elected: Governance of the British Empire, 1689 -1784 by Ian K. Steele. Religious Faith and Commercial Empire by Boyd Stanley Schlenther. Colonial Wars and Imperial Instability, 1688- 1793 by Bruce P. Lenman.  Sea -power and Empire 1688-1793 by N A M Rodger.  World Wide War and British Expansion, 1793-1815 by Michael Duffy .  Empire and Identity from the Glorious Revolution to the American Revolution by Jack P Green. Knowledge and Empire by Richard Drayton.  ' This Famous Island Set in a Virginian Sea ': Ireland in the British empire, 1690 -- 1801 by Thomas Bartlett.  Grocer and Mastery British North America, 1690-1748 by Richard Johnston .  The American Colonies in War and Revolution, 1748- 1783 by John Shy.  Britain and the Revolutionary Crisis, 1763-1791 by Stephen Conway.  Native Peoples of North America and the 18th-Century British Empire by Daniel K. Richter.  British North America 1760-1815 by Peter Marshall.  The Formation of Caribbean Plantation Society, 1689- 1748 by Richard B. Sheridan. The British West Indies In the Age of  Abolition, 1748-1815 by Jane Ward.  The British Empire and the Atlantic Slave Trade, 1660-1807 by David Richardson.  The Black Experience in the British Empire, 1680- 1810 by Philip D Morgan.  The British in Asia: Trade to Dominion, 1700- 1765 PJ Marshall. Indian Society and the Establishment of British Supremacy, 1765-1818 by Ranjat Kanta Ray.  British India, 1765- 1813: The Metropolitan Context by H V  Bowen. The Pacific: Exploration and Exploitation by Glyndwr Williams.  Britain Without America - A Second Empire?  By P. J. Marshall. Condition: upper corners pages 519-536 slightly creased: otherwise as new.                        used books
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  • Book Title: The Oxford History of the British Empire: Volume II: The Eighteenth Century (Oxford History of the British Empire)
  • Author: P. J. Marshall, Alaine Low
  • ISBN: 0198205635
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press,
  • Year Published: ,1998
  • Our Normal Price: £30.80 GBP ($0.00 USD)
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  • Description: Oxford University Press, 1998 edition: black hardcover with gilt lettering and decoration to spine: dust jacket: 639 pages, including index, chronology, black and white figures, tables, and maps. Synopsis: A comprehensive study of the British Empire of the 18th Century , comprised of authoritative contributions from 24 historians; and influenced by recent scholarship and newly acquired releases from historical records. Contents:-Introduction by P. J. Marshall. British Diasporo: Emigration from Britain, 1680-1815 by James Hall. Inseparable Connections: Trade, Economy, Fiscal State, and the Expansion of Empire, 1688 t- 1815 by Patrick K. O'Brien . The Imperial Economy 1700 -1776 by Jacob M. Price. The Anointed, the Appointed, and the Elected: Governance of the British Empire, 1689 -1784 by Ian K. Steele. Religious Faith and Commercial Empire by Boyd Stanley Schlenther. Colonial Wars and Imperial Instability, 1688- 1793 by Bruce P. Lenman. Sea -power and Empire 1688-1793 by N A M Rodger. World Wide War and British Expansion, 1793-1815 by Michael Duffy . Empire and Identity from the Glorious Revolution to the American Revolution by Jack P Green. Knowledge and Empire by Richard Drayton. ' This Famous Island Set in a Virginian Sea ': Ireland in the British empire, 1690 -- 1801 by Thomas Bartlett. Grocer and Mastery British North America, 1690-1748 by Richard Johnston . The American Colonies in War and Revolution, 1748- 1783 by John Shy. Britain and the Revolutionary Crisis, 1763-1791 by Stephen Conway. Native Peoples of North America and the 18th-Century British Empire by Daniel K. Richter. British North America 1760-1815 by Peter Marshall. The Formation of Caribbean Plantation Society, 1689- 1748 by Richard B. Sheridan. The British West Indies In the Age of Abolition, 1748-1815 by Jane Ward. The British Empire and the Atlantic Slave Trade, 1660-1807 by David Richardson. The Black Experience in the British Empire, 1680- 1810 by Philip D Morgan. The British in Asia: Trade to Dominion, 1700- 1765 PJ Marshall. Indian Society and the Establishment of British Supremacy, 1765-1818 by Ranjat Kanta Ray. British India, 1765- 1813: The Metropolitan Context by H V Bowen. The Pacific: Exploration and Exploitation by Glyndwr Williams. Britain Without America - A Second Empire? By P. J. Marshall. Condition: upper corners pages 519-536 slightly creased: otherwise as new.
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  • Binding: Hardback
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