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Alexis Heraclides and Ada Dialla

–41. 26 J. Pitts, ‘Boundaries of Victorian International Law’, in D. Bell (ed.), Victorian Visions of Global Order: Empire and International Relations in Nineteenth-Century Political Thought (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007), 78–82. 27 D. S. A. Bell, ‘Empire and International Relations in Victorian Political Thought’, Historical Journal , 49:1 (2006), 286; Bell and Sylvest

in Humanitarian intervention in the long nineteenth century
Malcolm Chase

Common (London: Merlin, 1991). 62 The Junta was the name given by Sidney and Beatrice Webb to the salaried trade union secretaries in mid-Victorian politics based in London. This influential group included William Allen (Engineers), Robert Applegarth (Carpenters), Danile Guilde (Iron­ founders), Edwin Coulson (Bricklayers) and George Odger (London Trades Council). Wrigley.indb 29 08/03/2017 17:45:35 30 Malcolm Chase knowledge under difficulties’. He was impatient with those who would leap over the exacting sacrifices of self-help and instead make demands for

in Labour and working-class lives
The political nationalism of the Irish diaspora since the 1790s
David T. Gleeson

-American Dilemma (London, 1971), pp. 126–28, 192–208; Richard Parfitt, ‘“Oh, what matter, when for Erin dear we fall?”: music and Irish nationalism, 1848–1913’, Irish Studies Review, 34 (Autumn 2015), 485–86; Ian St. John, Gladstone and the Logic of Victorian Politics (New York, 2010), pp. 170–71. 48 Patrick Steward and Bryan P. McGovern, The Fenians: Irish Rebellion in the North Atlantic World, 1858–1876 (Knoxville, TN, 2013), pp. 125–29. 49 Christian Samito, Becoming American Under Fire: Irish Americans, African Americans and the Politics of Citizenship in the Civil War Era

in British and Irish diasporas