Volumes XII and XIII, the final volumes of W.E. Gladstone's diaries, depict the extraordinary energy of a remarkable octogenarian. They focus on his pursuit of "justice for Ireland" through the successful passage of a Home Rule Bill. There is also a wealth of material on imperial, foreign, domestic, and religious politics contained in the daily diary entries, the minutes of the Cabinets of the 1892-4 government, and the five hundred letters which accompany the entries for the governmental period. With Volume XIV, Indexes, the publication of this magisterial work of scholarship is complete.
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