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2011

Brown, D. (2011) 'The personal observations of a man of intelligence' : notes of a tour in North America in 1861. [Review]

Brown, David; Fisher, John and Best, Antony, eds. (2011) Diplomacy and the fourth estate : the role of the press in british foreign policy in the age of palmerston. In: On the fringes of diplomacy. Ashgate, Farnham, pp. 35-52. ISBN 9781409401193

Brown, David; Hicks, Geoffrey, ed. (2011) Derby and the 'political chameleon': the changing views of Palmerston from Knowsley. In: Conservatism and British Foreign Policy, 1820-1920. Ashgate. (Unpublished)

Brown, David; Egan, Mark and Brack, Duncan, eds. (2011) Reform free trade and the birth of the liberal party, 1830-1859. In: Peace, Reform and Liberation. Biteback. ISBN 1849540438

2010

Brown, David (2010) Palmerston : a biography. Yale University Press; 1 edition, London. ISBN 9780300118988

Brown, David (2010) Morally transforming the world or spinning a line? Politicians and the newspaper press in mid nineteenth-century Britain. Historical Research, 83 (220). pp. 321-342. ISSN 0950-3471

Brown, D.S.; Hobelt, Lothar and Otte, Thomas G. and Bridge, F. R., eds. (2010) Palmerston and Austria. In: A Living Anachronism? European Diplomacy and the Habsburg Monarchy. Bohlau, Vienna and Cologne. ISBN 978-3205785101

2009

Brown, David (2009) Nineteenth-century British Premiers: Pitt to Rosebery. [Review]

2008

Brown, David (2008) Robert Peel: A biography. [Review]

Brown, David (2008) The politics of patriotism: english liberalism, national identity and europe, 1830-1886. [Review]

Brown, David (2008) Loulou: Selected extracts from the journals of Lewis Harcourt, 1880-1895. [Review]

2007

Brown, D.S. (2007) From war-in-sight to nearly war : Anglo-French relations in the age of high imperialism, 1875-1898. Diplomacy and Statecraft, 17 (4). pp. 675-692.

Brown, David; Brown, D.S. and Taylor, D, eds. (2007) Palmerston and the 1850's. In: Palmerston studies I. Hartley Institute, Southampton, pp. 68-94.

Brown, David and Taylor, Miles (2007) Palmerston studies II. Hartley Institute, Southampton.

2006

Brown, D.S.; Howe, Anthony and Morgan, Simon, eds. (2006) Cobden and the press. In: Rethinking Nineteenth Century Liberalism. Ashgate, pp. 80-99. ISBN 0754655725

Brown, David (2006) Palmerston and Anglo-French relations, 1846-1865. Diplomacy and Statecraft, 17 (4). pp. 675-692. ISSN 0959-2296

2003

Brown, David (2003) Palmerston, South Hampshire and Electoral Politics, 1832-35. Other. Hampshire County Council, Winchester.

2002

Brown, David (2002) Palmerston and the politics of foreign policy, 1846-55. Manchester University Press, Manchester, UK. ISBN 0719061997

2001

Brown, David (2001) The Power of Public Opinion: Palmerston and the Crisis of December 1851. Parliamentary History, 20 (3). pp. 333-358. ISSN 0264-2824

Brown, David (2001) Compelling but not controlling?: Palmerston and the press, 1846-1855. History, 86 (201). pp. 41-61. ISSN 0018-2648

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