Examines the changing social and educational backgrounds functions of the British civil servant, especially after the reforms following the Northcote-Trevelyan report. Considers the structure of the department and the Home Office's alleged failure to effectively respond to contemporary social and political needs.1st cl. clk 1849. Mills, F. R. f. C of E clergyman; HO clk 1798; ret. librarian 1849. Walpole, F. HO clk 1811; ret. 1st cl. clk 1849. ... Everest, G., CB (1805-85) Public service (convict hulk establishment) 1828; HO asst clk for criminal business 1845; anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Home Office, 1848-1914, from Clerks to Bureaucrats|
|Publisher||:||Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press - 1982-01-01|