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Francis Horner is a key figure in early 19th century history. Born in Scotland of humble origins he rose to prominence as an influential Whig MP, became parliament's premier economist, a contributor to the later years of the Scottish Enlightenment and the founder of Britain's leading literary review.;His unpublished correspondence with early 19th century "literati" and his political comment should reveal much about the intellectual and political history of Britain during the Napoleonic era. The editors supply a full biography of Horner, explanatory notes and bibliography, relating his life to the leading economic, social, political and literary currents of his day.
- Horner Francis, 1778-1817
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- Edinburgh University Press
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