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Tert-Books on Modern history.
GROUNDWORK OF ENGLISH HISTORY. By M. E. CARTER,
SCHOOL HISTORY OF ENGLAND. By M. E. CARTER. 3s. 6d. Also in Three Parts:-(1) To 1603, (2) 1485 to 1714, (3) 1660 to 1910. 1s. 6d each Part.
TUTORIAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND (To 1901). By C. S. FEARENSIDE, M.A. 4s. 6d.
This contains the text of the following three books.
EARLIER HISTORY OF ENGLAND (To 1485). With Biographies, Maps, and Plans. By C. S. FEARENSIDE, M.A. 2s. 6d. MODERN HISTORY OF ENGLAND. With Biographies, Maps, and Plans. By C. S. FEARENSIDE, M.A.
PART I. From 1485 to 1714. 2s. 6d.
PART II. (England since the Revolution.) From 1688 to 1901 (with a concise Introduction down to 1714). 2s. 6d.
The two Parts of Modern History of England may be had in one volume under the title of
MATRICULATION MODERN HISTORY. 48. 6d.
MAIN LANDMARKS OF EUROPEAN HISTORY.
DIXON, B.A. 28.
By F. N.
"A capable sketch in which historical movements are indicated accurately and with vigour."-Guardian.
GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM, ITS COLONIES AND DEPENDENCIES. By A. E. HOGAN, LL.D., B.A. Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged. 2s. 6d.
An elementary account of the British Constitution suitable for use in the upper forms of schools, revised and brought up to date, and taking into account the constitutional changes of recent years.
UNIVERSITY TUTORIAL PRESS LD., LONDON.
ITS COLONIES AND DEPENDENCIES
ALBERT E. HOGAN, LL.D., B.A. Lond.
UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOLAR, LAW SOCIETY'S SCHOLAR IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged
LONDON: W. B. CLIVE
University Tutorial Press E
HIGH ST., NEW OXFORD ST., W.C.
THIS work is intended, primarily, to meet the requirements of candidates preparing for the Teacher's Certificate Examination. The author is, however, not without hope that it may be of service to others who desire to obtain within a small compass an outline of the development and present working of the Government of the country.
The scope of the work did not permit anything in the nature of independent or original research, but the authorities dealing with the various subjects considered have been carefully read and compared, while frequent reference, especially in matters of local government, has been made to the statutes of the realm which govern their present position. Among the works consulted the author wishes in particular to express his acknowledgments to the following, to which the reader is referred for further information than it was possible to give in these pages: Anson, Law and Custom of the Constitution; Blake Odgers, Local Government; Dicey, Law of the Constitution; Ilbert, Government of India; Redlich and Hirst, Local Government in England; Stubbs, Constitutional History; TaswellLangmead, English Constitutional History; and the Constitutional and Statesman's Year Books.
The author has also to acknowledge the assistance of Mr. W. D. Aston, Fellow of Downing College, Cambridge, in passing the work through the press.