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THE CROKER PAPERS.
CORRESPONDENCE AND DIARIES
OF THE LATE
JOHN WILSON CROKER, LL.D., F.R.S.,
SECRETARY TO THE ADMIRALTY
FROM 1809 TO 1830.
LOUIS J. JENNINGS,
AUTHOR OF 'REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT IN THE UNITED STATES.'
IN THREE VOLUMES.-VOL. III.
SECOND EDITION, REVISED.
JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET.
CONTENTS OF VOL. III.
Mr. Croker's Acquaintance with Samuel Wilberforce-Article on
"Rubrics and Ritual "-Dr. Wilberforce on the Tractarians-
His Review of certain Episcopal Charges-Bishop Phillpotts'
Remarks on Newman and Pusey-Mr. Henry Drummond on
Jewish and Modern Ecclesiastical Architecture The "Young
England" Party-Mr. Croker's reference to it in the Quarterly
Review Lockhart's description of the Leaders - Sir James
Graham's Opinion-" Disraeli alone is Mischievous"-Sir Robert
Peel's Sketch of the Political Situation-" The Times are out of
Joint"-Mr. Lockhart on Alison's History-Lord Brougham and
the Corn Law League-Criticism of Jesse's Life of Selwyn-
Letter from the Duke of Rutland-Lord Ashburton's Advice to
Peel to "Nail his Colours to the Mast "-Peel's Reply-Letter
from Sir Peter Laurie-Carlyle on "Cromwellian Confusion
Disturbed State of Ireland-Prosecution of O'Connell-Subse-
quent Proceedings in the House of Lords-The Reversal of
O'Connell's Conviction-Mr. Croker's Letters to the King of
Political Events of these two years-Difficulties of Sir Robert Peel
-Bill Increasing the Endowment of Maynooth - Sir James
Graham's Complaints of the Press-Mr. Croker on the Dis-
content of the Tory Party-Sir Robert Peel's own Views-The
Landed Interest - The Potato Disease-Progress of the Anti-
Corn-Law League-Peel's Change of Ground on Protection-His