The political diaries of C. P. Scott, 1911-1928. by Charles Prestwich Scott

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Published by Cornell University Press in Ithaca, N.Y .

Written in English

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  • Scott, Charles Prestwich, 1846-1932 -- Diaries,
  • Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1910-1936

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Includes bibliographical references.

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StatementEdited with an introd. and commentary by Trevor Wilson.
ContributionsWilson, Trevor, 1928- ed.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA576 .S35 1970
The Physical Object
Pagination509 p.
Number of Pages509
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5218446M
ISBN 100801405696
LC Control Number75110993
OCLC/WorldCa92318

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74 Scott, to Hobhouse, 19 11Scott Diaries, p. 75 The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money (), in The Collected Writings of John Maynard Keynes (London, –), vii, pp. – Herbert Louis Samuel, 1st Viscount Samuel, GCB, OM, GBE, PC (6 November – 5 February ) was a British Liberal politician who was the party leader from to He was the first nominally-practising Jew to serve as a Cabinet minister and to become the leader of a major British political party.

Samuel had promoted Zionism within the British Cabinet, beginning with his On the problems which this presented to Asquith, see Scott’s diary, 9–11 Aug.Wilson, T. (ed.), The Political Diaries of C.

Scott – (London, ), p. Google Scholar. Christopher Addison’s diary, 11 JanuaryAddison, C., But the book contains two other theses: the ‘diabolism’ of Lloyd George and.

Speaking to the Editor of the Manchester Guardian, C. Scott inMacDonald 'reverted again and again to this dislike and distrust of the Liberals.

He could get on with the Tories. They differed at times openly then forgot all about it and shook hands. The political diaries of C. Scott, / Edited with an introd. and commentary by Trevor Wilson Scott, C. P., (Charles Prestwich), [ Book:. Part 1: C P Scott's General Correspondence, c, and Political Diaries, PUBLISHER'S NOTE.

Series One of this microfilm project makes available the papers of C P Scott,from the John Rylands University Library of Manchester. New York: Anchor Books. Wilson, Trevor, penyunting (). The Political Diaries of – London.}} Pautan luar. The papers of Sir Mark Sykes, – the Sykes-Picot Agreement & the Middle East; Villages of the Yorkshire Wolds:Sledmere; D'Ordel's Pantechnicon "Dead aristocrat's hidden flu clue".

39 Political diaries of Lady Mary Peto, 15 Dec. 40 Sale agreement, Reading University Library, Lord Astor papers, MS I,/1/ Although undated and unsigned this appears to have been a draft of the final agreement. This book has been cited by the following publications.

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64–90; D. Hayes, Conscription conflict: the conflict of ideas in the struggle for. Part 1: C P Scott's General Correspondence, c, and Political Diaries, C P SCOTT: A CHRONOLOGY - Foundation of the Manchester Guardian by John Edward Taylor, a radical Unitarian married to Sophia Scott, sister of CPS's father.

Trevor Wilson (ed.), The Political Diaries of C.P. Scott –, (Ithaca, ), p Google Scholar. Kolonel Sir Tatton Benvenuto Mark Sykes, 6th Baronet (lahir 16 Maret – meninggal 16 Februari pada umur 39 tahun) adalah seorang penjelajah, politikus Partai Konservatif dan penasehat diplomatik asal Inggris, yang menyoroti Timur Tengah pada masa Perang Dunia dikaitkan dengan Perjanjian Sykes-Picot, yang dibuat saat perang berlangsung, terkait pemisahan Kekaisaran.

Here's the quote in the fullest form I've found, from The political diaries of C. Scott, I warn you that I am in a very pacifist temper. I listened last night, at a dinner given to Philip Gibbs on his return from the front, to the most impressive and moving description from him of what the war in the West really means, that I have.

Amongst many accumulated books in my collection are ones which I open from time to time and dig out a fascinating nugget or two. for example – FROM THE POLITICAL DIARIES OF May –-“The news of the South Longford election had come in just before I arrived on Thursday afternoon (i.e.

the 10th). In July Weizmann and his friend, mentor and informal scientific and political agent C. Scott, the editor of the Manchester Guardian, lunched with Lloyd George, who previously had met Weizmann as an advocate of Zionism. 41 Now he learned that Weizmann, a lecturer in chemistry at Manchester, had discovered a bacterium that fermented maize.

Herbert Louis Samuel, 1st Viscount Samuel GCB OM GBE PC (lahir 6 November – meninggal 5 Februari pada umur 92 tahun) adalah seorang politikus Liberal asal Inggris yang menjadi pemimpin partainya dari sampai Ia adalah Yahudi pertama yang berpraktik secara nominal, meskipun secara pribadi ateis, yang menjabat sebagai menteri Kabinet dan menjadi pemimpin partai politik.

Paul Miliukov, Political Memoirs –, ed. Arthur P. Mendel (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, ), p. Contrary to Miliukov’s impression of Buchanan’s feelings on the matter, the latter telegraphed Balfour after the decision was taken to reverse the invitation: ‘I entirely share your view that, if there is any danger.

Scott. Charles Prestwich Scott, the son of Russell Scott, a successful businessman, was born in Bath in His grandfather, also called Russell Scott, had worked closely with Joseph Priestley to establish the Unitarian movement in Britain.

Charles was educated at Hove House, a Unitarian school in Brighton and Clapham Grammar School. Boyce, ‘The Fourth Estate: The Reappraisal of a Concept’ in G.

Boyce, J. Curran, and P. Wingate, Newspaper History from the Seventeenth Century to the Present Day (London, ), 2. Vincent, The Rise of Mass Literacy: Reading and Writing in Modern Europe (Cambridge, ), 3.

See, for example, Z. Steiner and K. Neilson, Britain and the Origins of the First World War. Scott remained editor of the Manchester Guardian until 1 Julyat which time he was eighty-three years old and had been editor for exactly fifty-seven and a half years.

His successor as editor was his youngest son, Ted Scott, though C. remained as Governing Director of the company and was at the Guardian offices most evenings.

Scott Diaries, p. My emphasis. See also Cameron Hazlehurst, Politicians at War July to May A Prologue to the Triumph of Lloyd George (London: Jonathan Cape, ), p. Google Scholar.To Australia, the voyage of the Annie Wilson / by Charles Scott ; foreword and introduction by Cliff Oakes C.

Oakes [Mayfield, N.S.W.] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Description: The Journal of Interdisciplinary History features substantive articles, research notes, review essays, and book reviews relating historical research and work in applied fields such as economics and demographics.

Spanning all geographical areas and periods of history, topics include: social history; demographic history; psychohistory; political history. Scott was a famous British journalist, who served as the editor of the renowned newspaper “The Guardian” for a number of years.

After three unsuccessful attempts at the general elections as the candidate of the Liberals, he became the MP for Leigh. 12 Ibid., p. 13 T. Wilson (ed.), The Political Diaries of C. P. Scott – (London, ), p 14 Russell, Landslide, p. 15 K. Laybourn and J. Reynolds, Liberalism and the Rise of Labour – (London, ), p reviews Prime Ministers of the 20th century H aus publishing’s new series of biographies of British Prime.editor of the Manchester Guardian In he bought the paper from his 1st cousin John Edward Taylor., determined to run it again as an independent newspper and not for private gain.

Kingsley Martin joined the Manchester Guardian in Martin later wrote an account of his editor. C. P. Scott was a remarkable figure.Charles Prestwich Scott (26 October – 1 January ) was a British journalist, publisher and politician.

Born in Bath, Somerset, he was the editor of the Manchester Guardian (now the Guardian) from until and its owner from until his was also a Liberal Member of Parliament and pursued a progressive liberal agenda in the pages of the newspaper.

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