Government and Community in the English Provinces, 1700 -1870:

  title={Government and Community in the English Provinces, 1700 -1870:},
  author={David Eastwood},
Preface - English Exceptionalism - Public Life in Rural England - Civic Ideals and the Life of Towns - County Communities and Patterns of Power - Public Policy in Provincial England - Remaking the Public Domain in Provincial England - Bibliography of Printed Works Cited - Index 
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