Britain and Ireland

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The Volunteers, 1778-93: iconography and identity.
O'Connor, Stephen, Ph.D. (2008), N.U.I. Maynooth (Hill, Jacqueline)
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The intellectual and political world of John Wilson Croker, 1780-1854: ideas, circles and Conservatism.
Portsmouth, Robert, Ph.D. (2008), N.U.I. Galway (Ó Tuathaigh, Gearóid)
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The O'Farrells of Annaly: the transformation of a late medieval lordship in early modern Ireland.
Farrell, Neil, M.Litt. (2008), N.U.I. Maynooth (Gillespie, Raymond)
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Social mobility and the merchants of Dublin, 1760-90.
Griffith, Lisa-Marie, Ph.D. (2008), Trinity College Dublin (Geoghegan, Patrick)
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John Hardyng's Chronicle: a study of the two versions and a critical edition of both for the period 1327-1464.
Peverley, Sarah L., Ph.D. (2004), Hull
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The Scottish wars of Edward III, 1327-38.
Candy, Christopher A., Ph.D. (2005), Durham (Prestwich, Michael C.)
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Instruments in context: telling the time in England, 1350-1500.
Eagleton, Catherine T., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge
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An edition of the Nostell Priory Cartulary (Cotton Vespasian E xix).
Frost, Judith, Ph.D. (2005), York (Smith, David M.)
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A social archaeology of medieval parish church chapels and chantries: a perspective from southern and western England.
Roffey, Simon, Ph.D. (2005), Southampton (Hicks, Michael A.; Reynolds, Andrew)
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A sacred commodity: the production, circulation and consumption of early metal axes in Ireland.
Dickins, J.P., M.Litt. (2003), Cambridge
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The use and organisation of space: settlements in England, A.D. 400-1000.
Ware, Carolyn, Ph.D. (2003), Newcastle (Harding, Jan; Greene, Kevin)
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The Brus family in England and Scotland, 1100-c.1290.
Blakely, Ruth M., Ph.D. (2000), Durham
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Timbertown girls: Gretna munitions workers, 1915-18.
Brader, Chris, Ph.D. (2001), Warwick
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The dependent cells of the Benedictine monasteries of medieval England, 1066-1540.
Heale, M.R.V., Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge
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The 1/6th and 1/10th battalions of the King's (Liverpool) Regiment in the period of the First World War.
McCartney, Helen B., Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge
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The Unionist press and the politics of the Great War.
Mitchell, Antony C., D.Phil. (1999), York
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The operational role of British Corps Command on the Western Front, 1914-18.
Simpson, Andrew, Ph.D. (2001), London
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Anglo-Saxon churches.
Blockley, Kevin, M.Phil. (2001), Durham
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The appropriation of meaning: an examination of Roman stones re-used in an Anglo-Saxon context.
Catling, Joanne E., M.A. (1999), Durham
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Civitas Winton from Eastgate to Westgate: development of the High Street.
Cooper, Justine, Ph.D. (2001), Southampton
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Secular political structures in Southumbria in the first half of the 9th century.
Featherstone, Peter J., Ph.D. (2000), Leeds
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The development of the wetland vegetation of the Broadland region: a study of the sociohistorical factors which have influenced and modified the development of fen vegetation in Broadland.
Parmenter, Joanne M., Ph.D. (2000), East Anglia
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The construction of the Saxon shore forts: an economic and contextual study.
Pearson, Andrew, Ph.D. (2000), Reading
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Charles Golightly (1807-85), Church parties and university politics in Victorian England
Atherstone, Andrew C., D.Phil. (2001), Oxford
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Parties, issues and personalities: the structural determinants of Irish voting behaviour, 1885-2000.
King, Simon W., D.Phil. (2001), Oxford
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The influences of public school literature and culture on 19th- and early 20th-century concepts of adolescence.
Holt, Jenny, D.Phil. (2001), Oxford
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Degrees of divinity: the intellectual resources of the radical imagination in England, c.1630-1660.
McDowell, Nicholas, D.Phil. (2000), Oxford
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Women and religious verse in English manuscript culture, c.1600-1668: Lady Anne Southwell, Lady Hester Pulter and Katherine Austen.
Ross, Sarah C.E., D.Phil. (2000), Oxford
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Whig literary culture: poetry, politics and patronage, 1678-1714.
Williams, Abigail A., D.Phil. (2000), Oxford
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The Leofwinesons: power, property and patronage in the early English kingdom.
Baxter, Stephen D., D.Phil. (2002), Oxford (Wormald, C. Patrick)
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