Britain and Ireland

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Municipal politics and regional monopoly: railways and the port of Hull, 1840-1922.
Nolan, Keith, Ph.D. (2006), York
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'The noble game is not totally unknown here': rugby football in 19th-century Cardiff.
Prescott, Gwyn, M.Phil. (2006), Glamorgan
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The origin, nature and development of 'moral force' Chartism, 1838-50.
Skelly, Colin, Ph.D. (2006), York
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Communities in crisis: the South Hams coastal communities, 1815-80.
Doye, Geoffrey, Ph.D. (2006), Exeter
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'Aliens en route': transmigration through U.K. ports, 1836-1914.
Evans, Nicholas J., Ph.D. (2006), Hull
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Liberalism and empire in Victorian Britain: a study in ideas.
Hirasawa, Rio, Ph.D. (2005), Exeter
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The representation of marriage in the visual culture of Victorian England.
Holmlund, M.L., Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
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The Victorian periodical and the woman writer: form, genre, authorship and audience in Household Words and All the Year Round.
Huett, L.E., Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
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The cemetery and the city: the origins of the Glasgow Necropolis, 1825-57.
Scott, Ronald D., Ph.D. (2005), Glasgow
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The role of the Royal Scottish Academy in art education, 1826-1910.
Soden, Joanna, Ph.D. (2006), Aberdeen
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Maintaining the British army, 1800-20.
Chilcott, Christopher, D.Phil. (2006), Bath Spa
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John Kenrick and the transformation of Unitarian thought.
Kennedy, Alison W.T., Ph.D. (2006), Stirling
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Science and eccentricity in early 19th-century Britain.
Carroll, V.L., Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
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Violence and entertainment in 19th-century London.
Crone, R.H., Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
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The emergence of the Hebrew Christian movement in 19th-century Britain.
Darby, Michael R., Ph.D. (2006), Wales
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The nature of the beast: depictions of the exotic animal in 19th-century British visual culture.
Gauld, Nicola M., Ph.D. (2005), Aberdeen
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Contested identities: active women religious in 19th-century England and Wales.
Mangion, Carmen M., Ph.D. (2005), London
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'Violently democratic and anti-conservative'? An analysis of Presbyterian 'radicalism' in Ulster, c.1800-1852.
Nelson, Julie L., Ph.D. (2006), Durham
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Nineteenth-century Uppingham: typhoid and its outcome.
Richardson, Nigel, Ph.D. (2006), London
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'Making another world possible': anarchism, anti-capitalism and ecology in 19th- and early 20th-century Britain.
Ryley, Peter, Ph.D. (2006), Manchester Metropolitan
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Health and recreation: issues in the development of bathing and swimming, c.1800-1970, with special reference to Birmingham and Thetford, Norfolk.
Batstone, Sarah, Ph.D. (2001), Birmingham
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British women during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, 1793-1815: responses, roles and representations.
Carter, L.P., Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
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The Hampshire gentry, 1689-1800.
Gallon, Albert E., Ph.D. (2006), Reading
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Politics, culture and ideology in the English Catholic community, 1688-1727.
Glickman, G.N., Ph.D. (2006), Cambridge
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Epistemology and rhetorical strategies in Newton's theological writings.
Delgado-Moreira, Raquel, Ph.D. (2006), London
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Quaker communities in London, 1667-c.1714.
Dixon, Simon, Ph.D. (2006), London
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The gardens and gardeners of later Stuart London.
Marsh, David J.E., Ph.D. (2005), London
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The political life of James Douglas, second duke of Queensberry, 1662-1711.
McKay, Collins, Ph.D. (2005), Strathclyde
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Open for business: textile manufacture in Northamptonshire, c.1685-1800.
Raybould, Wendy, Ph.D. (2005), Leicester
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Topical portrait print advertising in London newspapers and The Term catalogues, 1660-1714.
George, Claire, Ph.D. (2006), Durham
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