pt. 1. England in the eleventh and sixteenth centuries. The administrative monarchy and the great vassals : the great charter The higher baronage and the peerage The knights and the burgesses : the decay of the feudal system Local self government and the landowners : the parliament The Tudors : the extinction of the feudal nobility : the fall of the Romish Church : modern England pt. 2. England in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. General view of the subject : the three revolutions Colonization, commerce and industry before the eighteenth century The country gentlemen The yeomen The agricultural labourers pt. 3. The Industrial and Agrarian Revolution : oligarchical government in the eighteenth century. The concentration of estates : disappearance of the yeomen The civil, fiscal and economic privileges of the landed gentry The political and social privileges of the landed gentry : the rule of oligarchy The oligarchy and the parliamentary system The manufacturing period : the two nations Manufactures and the manor The reform of 1832 : conclusion.
Translation of Développement de la constitution et de la société politique en Angleterre.
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