<< YCBA Home Yale Center for British Art Yale Center for British Art << YCBA Home

YCBA Collections Search

 
Creator:
Wynn Jones, Michael.
Title(s):

The cartoon history of Britain / Michael Wynn Jones ; with a foreword by Michael Cummings.

Edition:
First American edition.
Published/Created:
New York : Macmillan Company, 1973.
©1971
Physical Description:
287 pages : illustrations ; 32 cm
Holdings:
Reference Library
NC1470 .W9 1973 (LC) Oversize
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
Note: The Reference Library is open to Yale ID holders by appointment. Please visit the Reference Library page on our website for more details. For scans from the reference collection please email ycba.reference@yale.edu.

Classification:
Books
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references (page 5).
Subject Terms:
English wit and humor, Pictorial.
English wit and humor, Pictorial.
Great Britain -- History -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Great Britain.
Form/Genre:
Caricatures and cartoons.
History.
Export:
XML

  • Chapter I
  • The South sea bubble
  • Walpole's ministry 1721-42
  • Wood's coinage 1722
  • The excise bill 1733
  • The Gin act 1753
  • The war of Jenkins' ear 1739
  • The Austrian succession
  • The fall of Walpole 1742
  • George II
  • Chapter II
  • The Jacobite rebellion 1745
  • Pelham ministry
  • The Peace of Aix-la-Chapele 1748
  • Gin act 1751
  • Jews act 1753
  • The Newcastle ministry 1754
  • Seven years war 1756-63
  • Admiral Byng
  • Newcastle-Pitt coalition 1757
  • Lord Bute
  • Chapter III
  • The war of American independence
  • The Gordon riots 1780
  • The Whig coalition 1782
  • Grattan's home rule 1782
  • Shelburne-Pitt ministry 1782
  • Peace of Versailles 1783
  • Fox's India bill 1783
  • Pitt v Fox
  • The Prince of Wales and Mrs Fitzherbert
  • Impeachment of Warren Hastings 1787
  • The Regency crisis 1788
  • French revolution 1789
  • Tom Paine and the rights of man
  • Chapter IV
  • Split of the Whigs
  • French victories
  • Defeat of the Slave bill 1796
  • Battle of the Nile 1798
  • Irish revolt 1798
  • Act of union 1801
  • Fall of Pitt 1801
  • Peace of Amiens 1802
  • Napoleon as emperor
  • Ministry of all the talents
  • Death of Pitt and Fox 1806
  • No popery election 1807
  • Treaty of Tilsit 1807
  • The Peninsular war
  • Retreat from Moscow 1812
  • The regency 1812
  • War with America 1812
  • Fall of Napoleon 1814
  • Congress of Vienna 1814
  • Battle of Waterloo 1815
  • The Corn law 1815
  • Chapter V
  • Spa fields riot 1816
  • Seditious meetings bill 1817
  • Peterloo massacre 1819
  • The six acts 1819
  • The Caroline scandal 1820
  • George IV
  • Catholic emancipation 1828-29
  • Wellington's ministry 1828-30
  • Williami IV
  • Industrial revolution
  • First reform bill 1832
  • Whig reforms
  • Tolpuddle martyrs 1834
  • Melbourne and Peel
  • Accession of Queen Victoria 1837
  • Anti-Corn law league
  • Free trade v protection
  • O'Connell and repeal of the union
  • Repeal of the Corn laws 1846
  • Fall of Peel 1846
  • Famine in Ireland 1845-46
  • Year of revolutions 1848
  • Chapter VI
  • The Catholic church 1850
  • Napoleon and Palmerston
  • Crimea war 1854-56
  • Balaclava 1854
  • Derby ministries
  • Indian mutiny 1857
  • The triumvirate 1859
  • American Civil war 1861
  • The Trent affiar 1861
  • Fenian outrages
  • Second reform bill 1867
  • Gladstone and Disraeli
  • Education act 1870 and other reforms
  • Liberal disunity
  • Suez canal share 1875
  • Victoria empress of India 1877
  • The Midlothian campaign 1879
  • Phoenix park murders 1882
  • Third reform bill 1884
  • Gordon in the Sudan
  • Home rule election 1886
  • The diamond jubilee 1887
  • Chapter VII
  • Irish home rule
  • Parnell and The Times 1888
  • Rhodes in South Africa 1890
  • Gladstone's last ministry
  • Defeat of the Home Rule Bill 1893
  • Lord Salisbury and Joseph Chamberlain
  • The Jameson Raid 1895
  • Fashoda 1897
  • Boer war 1899
  • Anglo-Japanese alliance 1902
  • Imperial preference
  • The liberal landslide 1906
  • Growth of the labour party
  • Lloyd George's budget 1909
  • European rearmament
  • Suffragette riots 1911
  • Triple alliance of unions 1913
  • The first World War 1914-18
  • Chapter VIII
  • Treaty of Versailles 1919
  • The Irish problem
  • League of nation 1920
  • Occupation of the Ruhr 1921
  • The Zinoviev letter 1924
  • German inflation
  • General strike 1926
  • Complete women's suffrage 1929
  • Wall street crash 1929
  • Economic crises
  • Jarrow crusade 1936
  • Spanish civil war 1936
  • Munich and appeasement 1938
  • The Second World War 1939-45
  • Yalta and Potsdam 1945
  • Defeat of Churchill 1945
  • Rationing
  • Korean war 1950
  • Festival of Britain 1951
  • Fall of the labour government 1951
  • Accession of Queen Elizabeth 1952
  • The H bomb
  • Apartheid
  • The Suez crisis 1956
  • Invasion of Hungary 1956
  • Harold Macmillan.