~ Patrick Eyres. Introduction. Jacobites and Tories, Whigs and True Whigs: Political Gardening in Britain, c.1700-c.1760.
~ Tim Richardson. The Tory Riposte to the Whig Ascendancy in Landscape Gardening.
~ Michael Symes. “Tis use alone that sanctifies expense”: The Politics of the Ferme Ornée.
~ Carole Fry. The Early Eighteenth-Century Landscape: Political Dissension and Neo-Palladianism.
~ Michael Charlesworth. Lord Strafford’s Need for a Past and British National Identity.
~ Terry Friedman. “An unbounded prospect of a very rich Country”: James Gibbs at Wentworth Castle.
~ Patrick Eyres. Jacobite Anticipations: Lord Strafford, Wentworth Castle and Dissident Political Gardening.
~ George Sheeran. Nunnington Hall, Yorkshire: Living Quietly in Defeat?
~ Suzannah Fleming. Patriot Elysiums: The Shaftesburian Iconographies of Vauxhall in London and Wimborne St. Giles in Dorset.
~ Jane Furse. The Gothic Landscaping of William Wentworth.
~ Janine Barchas. A Big Name: Jane Austen and The Wentworths.
~ David Lambert. Wentworth Castle in the Welfare State: The Road to a Public Landscape.