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Providing resources for A Level English Literature, History and Religious Studies.

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OCR - Y110

Full and complete revision notes covering the OCR topic from Pitt to Peel: Britain 1783–1853. Also includes a seperate document for the enquiry topic: Peel and the Age of Reform 1832–1853 (the source question).

Covers the entire unit in chronological order, following the OCR provided specification , including key statistics. 24 pages over two documents of crucial information.

INCLUDES NOTES ON
Pitt the Younger Royal support, the 1784 election; reform of finance and
administration; trade; the impact of the French Revolution;
radical threats; Whig splits 1790–1794; anti-radical legislation
1794–1801.
Lord Liverpool and the Tories 1812–1830 Liverpool and the radical challenge 1812–1822, the Corn
Law 1815, Peterloo, government policy on law and order,
the Gagging Acts and the Six Acts 1819. Tory governments
1815–1830; Liverpool, Canning and Wellington as Prime
Ministers; Huskisson on trade and finance; Peel at the
Home Office; repeal of the Combination Laws and Test and
Corporation Acts; Roman Catholic Emancipation.
Foreign Policy 1783–1830 Ending isolation 1783–1789; French Revolution to 1793; Pitt
as War Minister 1793–1806 (Blue water strategy, Coalitions,
Peace of Amiens); War with Napoleon – blockades, coalitions
and the Peninsular campaign; Castlereagh 1812–1822 (Vienna
Settlement, Congress diplomacy), Canning 1822–1827 (Holy
Alliance, Spain, Portugal, Latin America and the Greek Question
to 1830).
Parliamentary reform and the Great Reform
Act 1832
Whigs and Tory attitudes to reform 1783–1830; early reform
attempts 1785–1830; reasons for parliamentary reform
1828–1830, extent of popular discontent 1830–1832, the aims
and terms of the 1832 Act.
Pitt the Younger Royal support, the 1784 election; reform of finance and
administration; trade; the impact of the French Revolution;
radical threats; Whig splits 1790–1794; anti-radical legislation
1794–1801.
Lord Liverpool and the Tories 1812–1830 Liverpool and the radical challenge 1812–1822, the Corn
Law 1815, Peterloo, government policy on law and order,
the Gagging Acts and the Six Acts 1819. Tory governments
1815–1830; Liverpool, Canning and Wellington as Prime
Ministers; Huskisson on trade and finance; Peel at the
Home Office; repeal of the Combination Laws and Test and
Corporation Acts; Roman Catholic Emancipation.
Foreign Policy 1783–1830 Ending isolation 1783–1789; French Revolution to 1793; Pitt
as War Minister 1793–1806 (Blue water strategy, Coalitions,
Peace of Amiens); War with Napoleon – blockades, coalitions
and the Peninsular campaign; Castlereagh 1812–1822 (Vienna
Settlement, Congress diplomacy), Canning 1822–1827 (Holy
Alliance, Spain, Portugal, Latin America and the Greek Question
to 1830).
Parliamentary reform and the Great Reform
Act 1832
Whigs and Tory attitudes to reform 1783–1830; early reform
attempts 1785–1830; reasons for parliamentary reform
1828–1830, extent of popular discontent 1830–1832, the aims
and terms of the 1832 Act.

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