Britain and Ireland

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The Catholic Church and the Celtic revival in Ireland, 1848-1916 .
Collins, Kevin, M.Phil. (2001), Leeds
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The industrial triangle: work and society in the towns of Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale, 1840-70.
Corns, Marian, Ph.D. (2000), Huddersfield
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The ownership, occupation and use of land on the South Downs between the Rivers Arun and Adur in West Sussex, c.1840-c.1940.
Godfrey, John D., D.Phil. (1999), Sussex
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Wrongful confinement and Victorian psychiatry, 1840-80.
Homberger, Margaret A., Ph.D. (2001), London
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From baths to balneology. Buxton, 1848-1905: the growth and shaping of an inland resort.
Langham, Michael, Ph.D. (2000), Sheffield
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Social relations in the Victorian countryside: hiring fairs and their critics in the East Riding of Yorkshire, c.1840-1880.
Moses, Gary W., Ph.D. (2000), Nottingham Trent
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Victorian religion and its influence on women writers. A study of four women: Grace Aguilar, Harriet Martineau, George Eliot and Mary Kingsley.
West-Burnham, Jocelyn, Ph.D. (2000), Open University
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The presentation of biological science to Victorian children.
Issitt, J., Ph.D. (2000), Open University
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The debate over the revival of ancient Church music in Victorian England.
Mager, Sibylle, Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge
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Church building and restoration in Victorian Glamorgan, 1837-1901.
Orrin, Geoffrey R., Ph.D. (1999), Wales
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Explaining addiction: the use and abuse of opiates in 19th-century Britain.
Foxcroft, Louise J., Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge
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Medical treatment and care in 19th-century Bradford: an examination of voluntary, statutory and private medical provision in a 19th-century urban industrial community.
Alvin, Christine, Ph.D. (1998), Bradford
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Medicine and literature in 19th-century Britain.
Copping, Matthew C., M.A. (1999), Kent
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The history and practice of dramaturgy in England, with special reference to the 19th and 20th centuries.
Luckhurst, M.E., Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge
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Temperance and feminism in England, c.1790-1890: women's weapons - prayer, pen and platform.
Doern, Kristin G., D.Phil. (2001), Sussex
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Re-enacting gentility on London's comic stage during the later 17th and early 18th centuries.
Dawson, Mark S., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge
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Kinship and exchange relations within an estate economy: Ditchley, 1680-1750.
Hann, Andrew G., D.Phil. (2000), Oxford
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Apocalypticism in Restoration England.
Johnston, Warren J., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge
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The political thought of the recoinage crisis, 1695-7.
Kwarteng, Kwasi A.A., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge
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Rural settlement and population in England, 1676-1851: an experiment in historical geography.
Leighton, Rosalyn J., M.A. (1996), Durham
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People and parliament in Scotland, 1689-1702.
Patrick, Derek, Ph.D. (2001), St. Andrews
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Popular sports and celebrations in England, 1660-1850.
Griffin, Emma, Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge
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Scottish and Irish landed society during the Cromwellian occupation.
Menarry, David J., Ph.D. (2001), Aberdeen
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The marriage and family strategies of James Butler, 1st duke of Ormonde, 1658-88.
O'Keeffe, Eleanor A., Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge
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Nicholas Culpeper and the book trade: print and the promotion of vernacular medical knowledge, 1649-65.
Sanderson, Jonathan, Ph.D. (1999), Leeds
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Female landholders in Hampshire, c.1650-1900.
Seeliger, Syliva V., Ph.D. (1998), Portsmouth
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The provision of sewers in W. London, 1659-1761.
Shirata, Yuji, M.Phil. (2000), Leicester
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Interior planning in the English country house, 1660-1735: spatial theory and practice.
Smith, Patricia J., Ph.D. (2001), London
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Childhood in Britain, 1650-1800.
Thomas, Angela, Ph.D. (2000), Reading
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The development of libraries in Norfolk country houses, 1660-1830.
West, Susie C., Ph.D. (2000), East Anglia
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