The History of Sport in Britain, 1880-1914: The varieties of sport

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Martin Polley
Taylor & Francis, 2004 - 2218 страница
This five volume set is a comprehensive collection of primary sources on sports in the late Victorian and Edwardian eras. At the beginning of the period few sports were regulated, but by the outbreak of the First World War organized sports had become an integral part of British cultural, social and economic life. Specialist Martin Polley has collected articles from a wide range of journals including "Blackwood's Magazine,"" Nineteenth Century," "Fortnightly Review" and "Contemporary Review," all of which reveal changing middle-class attitudes to sports. The five volumes cover the varieties of sports being promoted, sports and education, commercial and financial aspects, sports and animals and the globalization of sports through empire.

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Sport Recreation and Society 1 Walter Besant The Amusements of the People
1
Anonymous Modern Mannish Maidens
2
Jeune Amusements of the Poor
3
E GambierParry Sport and Sportsmen
4
Anonymous The Poetry of Sport
5
A H Gilkes The Worship of Athletics
6
H Graves A Philosophy of Sport
7
F G Aflalo The Sportswoman
8
A Son of the Marshes Chance Shots and Odd Fish
99
John Bickerdyke A New Sport
100
Tom Speedy DeerStalking Search for a Royal
101
Anonymous My First Kill
102
W Payne Collier Otter Hunting
103
W B Woodgate Capping in the Hunting Field
104
G T Teasdale Buckell The Scotch Deer Forests
105
Anonymous Foxhunting Old and
106

F G Aflalo The Sportsman
9
O Paul Monckton Little Known Sports and Pastimes
10
Team Sports 11 T Dykes Yacht Racing
11
Anonymous The Popular Pastime Cricket
12
Horace Hutchinson Cricket v Golf A Comparison
13
A Retrospect?
14
Robert Hy Lyttelton W G
15
Anonymous Our Village Eleven
16
Horace G Hutchinson The Modern Pentathlum
17
Prince Ranjitsinhji Cricket and the Victorian Era
18
Gilbert L Jessop Some Hints to Young Bowlers
19
H F Abell The Football Fever
20
Harold Macfarlane Football of Yesterday and ToDay A Comparison
21
Philip Trevor The Future of Cricket
22
Percy Creed Polo
23
E H D Sewell Rugby Football
24
Home Gordon Problems of Contemporary Cricket
25
E H D Sewell The State of the Game
26
Individual Sports 27 Robert D Osborn Lawn Tennis and its Players
27
Bury Cycling and Cyclists
28
Anonymous The Psychology of Golf
29
Anonymous A Ramblers Reflections
30
Past Present and Future
31
R J Mecredy Winter Cycling
32
Alfred Lyttelton Is Golf a FirstClass Game?
33
B Baden Powell A Trip Heavenward Ballooning as a Sport
34
Caroline Creyke Sailing for Ladies in Highland Lochs
35
Algernon Grosvenor Fancy and Figure Skating
36
W H Fenton A Medical View of Cycling for Ladies
37
W Broadfoot Concerning Pugilism extract
38
Caroline Creyke Fancy Cycling for Ladies
39
William T Palmer Fell Walking Records
40
Arnold Haultain Golf
41
J J Jusserand Tennis
42
SPORT EDUCATION AND IMPROVEMENT Part 4 Sport in Educational Institutions 43 Edward Lyttelton Athletics in Public Schools
43
Hely Hutchinson Almond Athletics and Education
44
Anonymous Cricket extract
45
Frederick I Pitman Well Rowed Cambridge
46
Anonymous The Academical Oarsman
47
E GambierParry Compulsory Games at Public Schools
48
R C Lehmann Are Our Oarsmen Degenerate?
49
Meath Physical Education
50
Hely Hutchinson Almond Football as a Moral Agent
51
Anonymous The Preparatory School extract
52
R H Lyttelton Eton Cricket
53
Anonymous Should Golf be Encouraged at Public Schools?
54
A W Ready Public School Products
55
F A Wright contribution to Public School Products A Symposium
56
H H Almond The Public School Product A Rejoinder
57
Anonymous Physical Education in Schools
58
H J Spenser The Athletic Master in Public Schools
59
Hely Hutchinson Almond The Breed of Man
60
Ph Ch Yorke On the Education of the Upper Classes in France and England extract
61
J E C Welldon The Training of an English Gentleman in the Public Schools
62
Home Gordon Youth in Cricket
63
Gilbert Coleridge An Old Boys Impression of the Fourth of June at Eton
64
Godfrey Lagden Our Public Schools and their Influences
65
Sport Health and Improvement 66 Brabazon Health and Physique of our City Populations
66
B Holland London Playgrounds
67
James Paget Recreation
68
Brabazon Open Spaces and Physical Education
69
Brabazon Decay of Bodily Strength in Towns
70
Charles Beresford National Muscle
71
Elizabeth Cynthia Barney The American Sportswoman
72
Charles Roberts The Physiology of Recreation
73
Anonymous Modern Rifle Shooting
74
Anonymous Are we an Athletic People?
75
E B Turner Health on the Bicycle
76
Arabella Kenealy Woman as an Athlete
77
Ormiston Chant Woman as an Athlete A Reply to Dr Arabella Kenealy
78
Arabella Kenealy Woman as an Athlete A Rejoinder
79
G Sale Reaney The Civil and Moral Benefits of Drill
80
W Beach Thomas Athletics and Health
81
T E Kebbel Fighting and Foxhunting
82
E Luard Rifle Shooting as a New Winter Evening Pursuit Especially for Working Men and Lads
83
George F Shee The Deterioration in the National Physique
84
K Bathurst The Physique of Girls
85
Anonymous Sport and Decadence?
86
A Kenney Herbert The Prominence of Pastime
87
T F C Huddleston and F H Colson Physical and Military Training for Cadets and Undergraduates
88
FIELD SPORTS Part 6 Hunting Shooting and Fishing 89 Clive PhillipsWolley An Anglers First of April
89
W Bromley Davenport Foxhunting
90
Richard Jefferies The Defence of Sport
91
W S SetonKarr Our Game Laws
92
T E Kebbel English Love of Sport
93
Gerald Lascelles The Chase of the Wild Fallow Deer
94
Anonymous The English Gentry extract
95
Anonymous Pampered Sport and Pheasant Rearing
96
Geo Campion Grouse Shooting
97
Gerald Lascelles Sport in the New Forest
98
W Earl Hodgson Hope for the Trout Streams
107
Coleridge The Chase of the Wild Red Stag on Exmoor
108
W Broadfoot The Gentle Craft
109
W Earl Hodgson FlyFishing
110
A Buxton DryFly Fishing for Sea Trout
111
Criticism and Opposition 112 Harvey Carlisle On Moral Duty Towards Animals
112
Florence Dixie The Horrors of Sport
113
George Greenwood The Ethics of Field Sports
114
Gilfrid W Hartley The Future of FieldSports
115
H S Salt Cruel Sports
116
H A Bryden Hunting and its Future
117
Anonymous The Survival and Destruction of British Animals extract
118
W J Stillman A Plea for Wild Animals
119
Sir Herbert Maxwell Our Obligations to Wild Animals
120
Janey Sevilla Campbell Our Brothers the Beasts
121
Vernon Lee Wasteful Pleasures
122
SPORT AND MONEY Part 8 The Sports Industry 123 Donald Cameron of Lochiel A Defence of Deer Forests
123
Ribblesdale Queens Plates Horse Supply
124
John Bickerdyke Successful FishCulture in the Highlands
125
Suffolk and Berkshire Foxhunters and Farmers
126
G Lacy Hillier The Cycle Market
127
J Cornish The London GameShops
128
Duncans The Cycle Industry
129
George F Underhill FoxHunting and Agriculture
130
J Cornish The L S D of Sporting Rents
131
Hely Hutchinson Almond The Decay in our Salmon Fisheries and its Remedy
132
The Game and the Business
133
F G Aflalo The Writing of Books on Sport and Some Books of 1908
134
Horace G Hutchinson Golf During Thirty Years
135
J J Bentley Is Football a Business?
136
Professionalism and Amateurism 137 Anonymous Cricket extract
137
W Earl Hodgson The Degradation of British Sports
138
Anonymous Cricket and Cricketers extract
139
Charles Edwardes The New Football Mania
140
Creston Football
141
Ernest Ensor This Football Madness
142
N L Jackson Professionalism and Sport
143
Horace G Hutchinson The Parlous Condition of Cricket
144
Anonymous The Game of Billiards
145
Robert J Sturdee The Ethics of Football
146
Anonymous Some Tendencies of Modern Sport
147
Betting Gambling and the Turf 148 Cadogan The State of the Turf
148
Hawley Smart The Present State of the Turf
149
Anonymous Horse Racing
150
William Day Turf Reform
151
W C Peterborough Betting Gambling and My Critics
152
James Runciman The Ethics of Turf Reform
153
G Herbert Stutfield Modern Gambling and Gambling Laws
154
William Day The Evil of Betting and How to Eradicate
155
James Oliphant The Ethics of Gambling
156
J W Horsley Our Sporting Zadkiels
157
John Hawke Our Principles and Programme
158
Anonymous The Art of Gambling?
159
J M Hogge The Gambling Mania
160
BRITISH SPORT AND THE WIDER WORLD Part 11 International Sporting Contacts 161 J Astley Cooper An AngloSaxon Olympiad
161
J Astley Cooper The PanBritannic Gathering
162
R JopeSlade The Story of the America Cup International Yacht Racing
163
W H Grenfell Oxford v Yale
164
J Astley Cooper Americans and the PanBritannic Movement
165
Basil Thomson The Great International Cricket Match
166
G S Robertson The Olympic Games by a Competitor and Prize Winner
167
T F Dale Polo and Politics
168
W A BaillieGrohman RifleShooting as a National Sport
169
W B Woodgate International Boat Racing
170
E B Osborn New Zealand Football
171
E H D Sewell Rugby Football and the Colonial Tours
172
J Astley Cooper Olympic Games What Has Been Done and What Remains to be Done
173
Pierre de Coubertin Why I Revived the Olympic Games
174
E H D Sewell The Cricket Season of 1908 extract
175
E B Osborn Olympic Athletes
176
E H D Sewell Rugby Football
177
Sporting Travel and Tourism 178 Clive PhillipsWolley A Days Sport in the Crimea
178
K Shooting the Falls
179
A G Bradley QuailShooting in America
180
H W SetonKarr A Fresh Field for the Sportsman
181
Anonymous A Tale of the BullRing
182
Eva Wyndham Quin Sport in Nepal
183
George N Curzon Wrestling in Japan
184
Henrietta Grey Egerton Camp Life and Pig Sticking in Morocco
185
Richard Edgcumbe The First Ascent of Mont Blanc
186
Anonymous Sport in the Snow or BearHunting in Russia
187
Hugh E M Stutfield ChamoisHunting in the High Alps
188
Anonymous The Big Game of South Africa
189
Charles Edwardes Pelota
190
E Stewart CrocodileShooting in India
191
Reginald Hughes The Alps in 1898
193
Martin Conway The Jubilee of the Alpine Club
194
H A Bryden French Hunting
195
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