Macaulay and Son

The story moves from late eighteenth-century Scotland to the plantations of Jamaica, from the new colony of Sierra Leone to India, from Leeds and Edinburgh to London.

Author: Catherine Hall

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 0300160232

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 389

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" ... Explores the emothional, intellectual, and political roots of Zachary Macaulay, the leading abolitionalist, and his son Thomas's visions of race, nation and empire. The story moves from late eighteenth-century Scotland to the plantations of Jamaica, from the new colony of Sierra Leone to India, from Leeds and Edinburgh to London. The Macaulay family with its intense dynamics and complex relationships provides one thread while the politics of abolition, of reform, of empire and of history writing is another. The contrasting moments of evangelical humanitarianism and liberal imperialism are seen through the writings and careers of father and son."--P [2] of cover.

The Clans of Scotland

DULCE PERICULUN THE CLAN OF MACAULAY THE chief seat of this little clan
, of which few notices can be ... as also in another charter by the same Earl to
William , son of Arthur Galbraith , the witnesses are Duncan and Aulay , the Earl's
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The Gentleman s Magazine

Tomlinson , son of - Tomlinson , The next exhibition was a scene Esq . of Cliffe
Ville , Staffordshire , de- from the Ajax of Sophocles , performed livered
Demosthenes with spirit ; it by Macaulay , son of the Rev. A. was that part of the
first ...

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A History of the Scottish Highlands Highland Clans and Highland Regiments

Alexander de Ardincaple who lived in the reign of James V., son of Aulay do .
Ardincaple, was the first to issumu the name of MacAulay, as stated in the
Historical and Critical ItemarJcs on the Ragman Roll,5 " to humour a
patronymieal ...

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History of the Clan Mackenzie With Genealogies of the Principal Families of the Name

He was succeeded by his son, IV. MURCHADH DUBH NA H'UAGH, OR, BLACK
MURDOCH OF THE CAVE. Duncan Macaulay of Lochbroom, a friend of
Mackenzie, commanded in Islandonain Castle during Kenneth's absence, and
when he ...

Author: Alexander Mackenzie

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Page: 463

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The Asiatic journal and monthly miscellany

son , - July 25. At Southborough , the lady of Capt . Blunt , daughter . 26. The lady
of Charles Deans , Esq . , son . 28. At Bruges , the lady of Dr. G. Pearse ,
secretary to the Medical Board at Madras , son . 29. ... Mrs. H. W. Macaulay , son .

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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British India and Its Dependencies

The lady of Charles Deans , Esq . , son . 28. At Bruges , the lady of Dr. G. Pearse ,
secretary to the Medical Board at Madras , son . 29. The lady of Campbell
Richardson , Esq . ... Mrs. H. W. Macaulay , son . At Esher , Mrs. Lamb , daughter .

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The Sherborne Register 1823 1892

Bennett , Frank Selwyn Macaulay , son of H . E . Bennett , J . P . , Sparkford ,
Somerset ; born , 1866 ; ( R . ) ; vi . Scholar , Keble Coll . Oxf . 1885 ; 2nd Class ,
Classics , 1889 ; Parent ' s address , Canning , George Herbert Hampden , son of
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The Peerage Baronetage And Knightage Of Great Britain And Ireland For Including All the Titled Classes

THOMAS BABINGTON Nov . 1858 ; his literary works are well | MACAULAY , son
of Zachary Macauknown and very numerous ; appointed lay , Esq . Born at
Rothley Temple , secretary of state for the colonies Leicestershire , 1800 ;
educated at ...

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Dod s Peerage Baronetage and Knightage of Great Britain and Ireland for

Armagh . son of General William Earle Bulwer , Herr , his son John , born 1832 .
of Woodalling and Heydon Hall , Norfolk , by the only dau , and heir MACAULAY ,
PRIVY COUNCILof Richard Warburton Lytton , of of LOR , Appointed 1839 ( Gt ...

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The Journals of Thomas Babington Macaulay Vol 5

In the annual college examination Walter Ellis and Harry Parker (1837–1912) (
the son of Sir James) were both placed in the bottom class. H. Malkin was placed
in the third class. TBM's nephew Henry George Macaulay (1837–69), John's son,
 ...

Author: William Thomas

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1000419142

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 454

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Presents the candid diary of Thomas Macaulay, Victorian statesman, historian and author of "The History of England". This work shows how, spanning the period 1838 to 1859, the journal is the longest work from Macaulay's pen. It states that these unique manuscripts held at Trinity College, Cambridge, are most revealing of all his writings. Volume 5 includes entries from 1 January 1857–23 December 1859 and an Index.

Word lore the folk Magazine

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The Peerage Baronetage and Knightage of Great Britain and Ireland for

Thomas BABINGTON Stoke Rochfort , Lincolnshire ( she MACAULAY , son of
Zachary Macau- died same year ) ; 2ndly , 1842. the 2nd lay , Esq . Born at
Rothley Temple , dau . of 2nd Marg . of Westminster Leicestershire , 1800 ;
educated at ...

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The Monthly medley for happy homes formerly Our happy home union conducted by J E Clarke

S one would guess from the name , Lord Macaulay A w as of Scotch lineage . His
grandfather was minister of Cardross , in Dumbartonshire . This worthy minister '
s son , Zachary Macaulay , went early as a merchant to Jamaica , in the West ...

Author: John Erskine Clarke

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The Peerage Baronetage and Knightage of Great Britain and Ireland for

Armagh . son of General William Earle Bulwer , 1 HEIR , his son John . of
Woodalling and Heydon Hall , Norfolk , by the only dau . and heir MACAULAY ,
PRIVY COUNCILof Richard Warburton Lytton , of Lor . Appointed 1839 ( Gt . Brit .
) .

Author: Robert Phipps Dod

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Harper s New Monthly Magazine

Dr. Macaulay was exceedingly hospitable , and they agreed to stay all night with
him . ... a made some ameuds for his rudeness , howcomplacent youth of thirty -
three , and mov- ever , by giving Dr. Macaulay's son , a smart ing by easy stages
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Author: Henry Mills Alden

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Harper's informs a diverse body of readers of cultural, business, political, literary and scientific affairs.

Outlines of English Literature

We record here only such personal matters as may help to explain the exuberant
spirit of Macaulay's literary work . Life . One notes first of all the man's inheritance
. The Norse element predominated in him , for the name Macaulay ( son of ...

Author: William Joseph Long

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Macmillan s Magazine

Wordsworth : nephew to the poet , brother of an almost equally distinguished
classic , son of the Master of Trinity . ... Kingsley ( two brothers eminentnovelists ,
two others no less talented ) ; Lord Macaulay ( son of Zachary Macaulay ) ; Miss ...

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The Westminster Review

The i bygone days had founded a yearly prize of only passage in Macaulay's
writings we think £ 10 for the “ Junior ... Lord Belper ; Ilyde Villiers , strances were
addressed by the father to the whose premature death opened to Macaulay son .

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Harper s Magazine

LORD MACAULAY AND HIS FRIENDS * moralist, as were now nestling at
Cambridge. only for trinmphs ... He made some amends for his rudeness,
however, by giving Dr. Macaulay's son, a smart lad of eleven, a copy of Sallust
which he had ...

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Important American periodical dating back to 1850.