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GIDNEY, R.D., and W.P.J. MILLAR. Professional Gentlemen : The Professions in Nineteenth-Century Ontario. A publication of the Ontario Historical Studies Series for the Government of Ontario. Toronto : Published by the University of Toronto Press, (1994). Pp [i]-xv,(1),-505,(7). Index. 8vo,white card covers. Contents : Part One : The Making of Professions in a New Society. 1. Images and Transcripts . 2. Compromises and Competitors. 3. The Moment of Mid-Century Radicalism. 4. The Placid Progress of the Law. 5. Doctors and the Price of Occupational Closure. 6. The Ministry: Coming to Terms with Disestablishment. 7. Professional Work. 8. Professional Education. 9. Making Careers, Making Money, Making a Place. Part Two: Reconstructing Profession. Reconstructing Profession: An Introduction. 10. Parvenus. 11. Professions 'Overcrowded.' 12. Clergymen and the Ascendancy of the Laity. 13. Professional Organizations at Bay. 14. The Impact of a Changing Political Culture. 15. 'Who Was Then a Gentleman?' 16. Portents Bleak, and Promising. 17. The Universities and Professional Education. 18. Retrospect. Appendix: Procedures and Sources for Quantitative Analysis. Very good. Inscribed by "Wyn &Bob" [Winnifred Millar and Robert Gidney] on the title page. 18.00
Title: Professional Gentlemen : The Professions in Nineteenth-Century Ontario. double-signed pbk.
Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1994, ISBN:0802075800:
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