A History of Wales 1660-1815

E. D. Evans

E. D. Evans

Distributed for University of Wales Press

267 pages | maps and tables | 8-2/5 x 5-1/2 | © 1976
Paper $8.00 ISBN: 9780708312308 Published July 1993 For sale in North and South America, Australia, and New Zealand only
A History of Wales 1660-1815 is the second volume of a trilogy on the history of Wales from 1485 to 1906.  Beginning with the political activity of the period, the author traces developments in education, the religious explosion of the Methodist Revival, the roots of industrial growth, the rhythms of agricultural life, the stirrings of Welsh Radicalism and the strands which made up the cultural revival of the eighteenth century.
“...Evans' volume is well-written and fast-paced...” –Choice
Welsh History Review

“...the author is to be congratulated upon a work which will bring pleasure and profit to many.” –Welsh History Review

Anglo Welsh Review

“...not only has he produced a mine of information but also a very readable book...” –Anglo-Welsh Review

1.    The Representative System
2.    Restoration Politics
3.    Religion under the Penal Code
4.    Charity Education
5.    The Hanoverian Succession
6.    The Methodist Revival
7.    Anglican and Dissenting Educational Endeavour
8.    Agriculture and the Land
9.    Economic Developments
10.  Transport and Communications
11.  Social Life
12.  The Political Awakening
13.  The Cultural Background
14.  Welshmen Overseas
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