H.T. Dickinson & Kenneth Logue describe the events of a Scottish protest against the Act of Union with England.
During his many years of administration, writes H.T. Dickinson, Walpole was highly unpopular with large sections of the community.
H.T. Dickinson describes how, in his best-known work, Bolingbroke sought to produce a cure for present-day ills by rehearsing the virtues of an imaginary past.
H.T. Dickinson reflects on the Abbe Guiscard’s assassination attempt on Queen Anne’s chief Minister had long-term effects on the Tory party.
H.T. Dickinson profiles a polished, intrepid and versatile military man; Peterborough was one of the most dashing soldiers who fought in the War of the Spanish Succession.
H.T. Dickinson introduces a Bishop who held many liberal views, and was much disliked by his brethren.