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By Patrick Joyce

The liberal governance of the nineteenth-century nation and town trusted the “rule of freedom.” As a kind of rule it depended on the creation of convinced sorts of voters and styles of social lifestyles, which in flip relied on reworking either the cloth type of town (its format, structure, infrastructure) and the methods it was once inhabited and imagined by way of its leaders, voters and custodians.

Focusing customarily on London and Manchester, yet with regard additionally to Glasgow, Dublin, Paris, Vienna, colonial India, or even modern l. a., Patrick Joyce creatively and initially develops Foucauldian ways to historiography to mirror at the nature of recent liberal society. His attention of such “artifacts” as maps and censuses, sewers and markets, public libraries and parks, and of civic governments and town making plans, are intertwined with theoretical interpretations to envision either the impersonal, usually invisible kinds of social path and keep watch over outfitted into the infrastructure of contemporary existence and the ways that those mechanisms form cultural and social existence and engender renowned resistance.

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The document is structured in terms of understanding the locality in terms of its 'natural state', including its natural history, and then its so-called 'artificial state', including accounts of towns and of history and antiquities. 93 Finally the territory was understood in terms of what was called its 'general state', including knowledge about manufac~ tures and 'social economy>, and in this general state statistics were to be freely employed. One can see bow in this compendium of the territory historical and cultural information was itself framed within an overall view in which it was one constituent in conceiving of the true 'state' of the locality.

A. 87 Larcom employed O'Donovan to teach him Irish, which he felt was essential to his task as the head of the Irish Survey. In the drive for 'authenticity' the state was as involved as its intermediaries. WtS a very typical example of the con temporary absorption in folklore and language studies, a fascination with cultural authenticity that developed from the late eighteenth century and was deeply influential across Europe and beyond. State knowledge, in the form of the Survey map, can be seen to have inserted this kind of e thnographic knowledge into 'stale space', as one element in the plurality that in the British case I have understood as representing its governmen tal liberalism.

After the 1870s prisons were not shown in this way, and details on Army building structures were limited. The interiors of lunatic asylums were not shown after 1916. The interior of other sorts of building were not shown after 1893. The detailed 'sanitary• Copynghted material 44 THE RULE OF FREEDOM information shown up to and around the mid-nineteenth century was not shown later either. There was also marked fluidity to the OS maps as these changes indicate: there was a considerable degree of change in what was represented between map issues, increasing the possibility of choice by reading one map against another.

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