Cultural history

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The working men's club movement, 1862-1912: a study of the evolution of a working-class institution.
Marlow, L.A., ph.D. (1980), Warwick (Mason, A.)
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The interaction of financial practices, critical judgement and professional ethics in London West End theatre management, 1843-99.
Pick, J.M., Ph.D. (1980), City University
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The popular musical societies of the Yorkshire textile district, 1850-1914: a study of the relationship between music and society.
Russell, D., D.Phil. (1980), York (Walvin, J.)
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Leisure pursuits in 19th-century Bath.
Wadsworth, P.M., M.A. (1976), Kent (Cunningham, H.St.C.)
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Studies in the life and work of Sir Christpher Wren.
Bennett, J.A., Ph. D. (1974), Cambridge (Hoskin, M.A.)
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Country-house architecture in Yorkshire, c.1630-c.1690.
Booth, J.A., M. Phil. (1972), London (Summerson, J.)
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Lord Arundel as a patron and collector, 1604-46: a study in motive and influence.
Howarth, D.J., Ph. D. (1979), Cambridge (Jaffe, A.M.)
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Art collecting and artistic patronage in early Stuart England, with particular reference to the function of the ambassador.
Zeepvat, Charlotte M., M. A. (1977), Birmingham (Ives, E.W.)
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The 3rd earl of Shaftesbury and the socialization of philosophy.
Robinson, P., Ph. D. (1978), Edinburgh (Phillipson, N.T.)
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The place of Newtonian explanation in English popular thought, 1687-1727.
Bowles, G., D. Phil. (1978), Oxford (Webster, C.)
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Charles Montague, earl of Halifax, 1661-1715: a study of patronage.
Henderson, M.J.H., M. Litt. (1971), Bristol
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Arabic studies in England in the late 17th and early 18th centuries.
Khairallah, Shereen N., Ph. D. (1972), London (Holt, P.M.)
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George Villiers, 2nd duke of Buckingham: an intellectual study, 1660-87.
Banfield, Susan E., M. Phil. (1978), London (Tyacke, N.R.N.)
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The intellectual development of Walter Charleton, with special reference to his English and non-medical writings in the period 1660-1707.
Mason, W.B., M. A. (1978), Kent (Jack, M.A.)
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The place of John Aubrey in intellectual history.
Hunter, M.C.W., D. Phil. (1975), Oxford (Trevor-Roper, H.R.)
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The making of the science of geology in Britain, 1660-1815.
Porter, R.S., Ph. D. (1975), Cambridge (Rudwick, M.J.S.)
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Sir William Petty and some aspects of 17th-century natural philosophy.
Sharp, L.G., Ph. D. (1977), Oxford (Webster, C.)
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Matter, mind and perception: studies in the history of innate ideas in Britain, 1650-1800.
Stephens, J.G., M. Litt. (1977), Cambridge (Hesse, M.B.)
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The changing musical scene in England, 1642-70.
Turnbull, R.E., Ph. D. (1979), Cambridge
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Royalism in drama, poetry and political literature: its beginnings in Jacobean England and its expression in the English Civil War.
Cartwright, A.D., M. A. (1971), Manchester (Manning, B.S.)
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Richard Lassels (1603-68) and his European travels.
de G Chaney, E.P., M. Phil. (1977), London (Trapp, J.B.)
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Materials towards an edition of William Camden's Remaines concerning Britaine.
Dunn, R.D., D. Phil. (1972), Oxford (Gardner, Helen)
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The life and work of Thomas White, 1593-1676.
Southgate, B.C., Ph. D. (1979), London (Rattansi, P.M.)
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The foundation and early history of Gresham College, London, 1596-1704.
Adamson, I.R., Ph. D. (1976), Cambridge (Hall, A.R.)
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The enamel glass-painters of York, 1585-1795.
Brighton, J.T., D. Phil. (1979), York (Newton, P.A.)
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Control of the press in England, 1586-1603.
Craven, S. Louise M., M. A. (1978), Kent (Collinson, P.; Roberts, P.R.)
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Education and literacy in London and East Anglia, 1580-1700.
Cressy, D.A., Ph. D. (1973), Cambridge (Schofield, R.S.)
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Thomas Harriot's astronomy.
Roche, J.J., D. Phil. (1977), Oxford (North, J.D.)
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The life and works of Everard Digby.
Akester, Alyson S., D. Phil. (1980), Oxford (Trevor-Roper, H.R.)
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The early Separatists, the Baptists and education, 1580-1780, with special reference to the education of the clergy.
Foreman, H., Ph. D. (1976), Leeds (Stephens, W.B.)
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