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Cardiff and the marquesses of Bute (1981)

by John Davies

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Series: Studies in Welsh History (3)

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In honour of my forefathers, William Davies and William Potter, Rhondda colliers, creators of Cardiff
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A quarter of the population of Wales lives within the boundaries of what were the lordships of the Bute estate.

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'Your friend [Lord Mountstuart]', wrote Sir John Pringle to Boswell in 1767, 'is a married man and I am persuaded, happy in that state, although the match was made upon prudential considerations only.'

Chapter I - The Bute family.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0708307612, Hardcover)

As late as 1980, a quarter of the population of Wales lived within the boundaries of what had once been the lordships of the Bute estate. Powerful landowners for centuries, the Stuarts of Bute were key drivers of the many social, political, and economic changes that transformed south Wales between the eighteenth and twentieth century. This volume explores the Butes and their influence, setting them in context of a long, interwoven history of landed proprietorship, economic development, and the rise of the industrial middle class throughout Britain.

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