Lords and Landlords: The Aristocracy and the Towns 1774-1967

By: Cannadine, David

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Dark brown hardcover with title in gilt on spine. Condition: Very good, previous owners name on front endpaper. Binding sound. Dustjacket condition: Very good, with very light shelfwear. Not price-clipped. 494pp. 45 b/w illustrations. Two of the most outstanding developments in modern English history have been the decline of the aristocracy as the landed, ruling elite, and the rise of a mass urban society. In this book, the author explores the relationship between the aristocracy and the towns over a time-span of nearly two centuries. The general themes are investigated with specific and detailed reference to two case studies: the involvement of the Calthorpe family with the industrial city of Birmingham, and particularly with their own Edgbaston Estate; and the creation by the Dukes of Devonshire of the seaside resort of Eastbourne.

Title: Lords and Landlords: The Aristocracy and the Towns 1774-1967

Author Name: Cannadine, David

Categories: Architecture, Design and Planning,

Publisher: Leicester, Leicester University Press: 1980

ISBN Number: 0718511522

ISBN Number 13: 9780718511524

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Type: Book

Size: 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall

Seller ID: 005748

Keywords: anstruther-gough-calthorpe, birmingham,