16th-17th Century

Results
Pro-government propaganda in Interregnum England, 1649-60
Seymour, M.J., Ph.D. (1987), Cambridge (Morrill, J.S.)
Thesis
The English regicides
Temple. , R.K.G., M.Phil. (1988), Warwick (Capp, B.S.)
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The political career of George Villiers, 2nd duke of Buckingham, 1628-87
Yardley, B.C., D.Phil. (1989), Oxford (Aylmer, G.E.)
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The peerage in politics, 1645-9
Adamson. , J.S.A., Ph.D. (1986), Cambridge (Elton, G.R.)
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Sir Arthur Hesilrige and the development of civil war in England (to 1645)
Costa, D.R., D.Phil. (1989), Oxford (Worden, A.B.)
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King Charles I, the earl of Essex and the Lostwithiel campaign of 1644
Robertson, N.G.F., M.Litt. (1982), Bristol (McGrath, P.V.)
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The reception of John Foxe's Acts and Monuments, 1563-1641.
Nussbaum, Damian F.J., Ph.D. (1998), Cambridge (Collinson, Patrick)
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Aspects of Cromwell's foreign policy, 1653-8.
Venning, Timothy M.H., Ph.D. (1992), London (Roseveare, H.G.)
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The General Baptists, 1640-60.
Clifford, Ruth M., M.Litt. (1992), Oxford (Barnard, T.C.)
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Pre-industrial trade on the River Severn: a computer-aided study of the Gloucester port books, c.1640-c.1770.
Wakelin, Alexander P., Ph.D. (1992), Council for National Academic Awards (Wanklyn, Malcolm D.G.; Cox, J.J.; Cox, N.C.)
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Civil war, Interregnum and Restoration in Gloucestershire, 1640-72.
Warmington, Andrew R., D.Phil. (1991), Oxford (Holmes, C.A.)
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The formation of opinions and the communication network in London, 1637-c.1645.
Freist, Dagmar, Ph.D. (1992), Cambridge (Morrill, J.S.)
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Courtly reformation: Williamite propaganda after the Glorious Revolution in England.
Claydon, Anthony M., Ph.D. (1993), London (Hoppit, J.)
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'Keeping her in the family': women and gender in Southampton, c.1400-c.1600.
Jones, Sian E., Ph.D. (1997), Southampton (Golding, Brian J.)
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Evangelical Calvinism among 18th-century British Baptists, with particular reference to Bernard Foskett, Hugh and Caleb Evans and the Bristol Baptist Academy, 1690-1791.
Hayden, Roger, Ph.D. (1992), Keele (Briggs, J.H.Y.)
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Architectural practice for speculative building in late 17th-century London.
McKellar, Elizabeth, Ph.D. (1992), Royal College of Art (Styles, J.A.; Saumarez-Smith, C.R.)
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Elections and electioneering in Haslemere (Surrey), 1715-80.
Clayton, Mary E., M.Phil. (1993), London (Corfield, Penelope J.)
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The work of the English privy council, 1660-79, with respect to domestic affairs.
Gardener, Dorothy M., D.Phil. (1992), Oxford (Aylmer, G.E.)
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The corporation and the country: Great Yarmouth, 1660-1722.
Gauci, Peregrine L., D.Phil. (1991), Oxford (Holmes, C.A.)
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Perceptions of the poor in England, 1660-1770.
Lloyd, Sarah V., D.Phil. (1991), Oxford (Slack, P.A.)
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A history of Gravesend, 1630-1780.
Shepherd, Lloyd T., M.Phil. (1992), Sussex (Brooks, C.)
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An edition of the letters (1621-5) of the Reverend Joseph Mead to Sir Martin Stuteville of Suffolk in Brit. Libr., MS. Harleian 389.
Wedgbury, D.M., Ph.D. (1991), Leicester
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Sir Hugh Cholmley of Whitby, 1600-57: his life and works.
Binns, Jack, Ph.D. (1992), Leeds (Forster, G.C.F.)
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The nature and causes of demographic change in an industrializing township: Calverley, 1680-1820.
King, Steven A., Ph.D. (1993), Liverpool (Hudson, Patricia)
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Finance and the government of England, 1679-89.
Brodie, Ross A., M.Litt. (1993), Bristol (Hutton, R.E.)
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Richard Sibbes and the `Truly Evangelicall Church of England': a study in Reformed divinity and early Stuart conformity.
Dever, Mark E., Ph.D. (1992), Cambridge (Duffy, E.)
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Political opposition and republicanism in England, 1672-83.
Hobson, Alan R., Ph.D. (1993), Leeds (Childs, J.C.R.)
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The effect of changing ecclesiastical policies on church furnishings, fabric and ritual in 17th-century Yorkshire, 1603-65.
Vickers, Noreen, M.Phil. (1992), Hull (English, Barbara A.)
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The practice and procedure of the house of commons, 1660-1714.
Ellis, Kathryn M., Ph.D. (1993), Wales (Thomas, P.D.G.)
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The phenomenon of conversion: change of religion to and from Catholicism in England, 1580-1625.
Questier, Michael C., D.Phil. (1992), Sussex (Hawkins, M.J.)
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