16th-17th Century

Results
'The gathering of the elect': the development, nature and social-economic structures of Protestant religious dissent in 17th-century Nottinghamshire.
Jennings, Stuart B., Ph.D. (1999), Nottingham Trent (Bennett, Martyn; Brown, Angela)
Thesis
The evolution of Calvinist higher education, 1560-1620.
Maag, Karin Y., Ph.D. (1994), St. Andrews (Pettegree, A.D.M.)
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Roman Catholic recusancy in Monmouthshire, 1603-89: a demographic and morphological analysis.
Matthews, Robert P., Ph.D. (1997), Wales (Jones, J. Gwynfor)
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Eschatology, apocalypse and millenarianism in 17th-century Protestant thought.
Gibson, Ken, Ph.D. (1999), Nottingham Trent (Bennett, Martyn; Brown, Angela)
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English attitudes toward Continental Protestants, with particular reference to church briefs, c.1680-1730s.
Nishikawa, Sugiko, Ph.D. (1998), London (Tyacke, Nicholas R.N.)
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Richard Hooker and the problem of authority, in the context of Elizabethan church controversies.
Perrott, M.E.G., Ph.D. (1997), Cambridge (Tuck, Richard F.)
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Women and litigation in the Elizabethan court of requests.
Stretton, Timothy, Ph.D. (1994), Cambridge (Wrightson, K.E.)
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Ex-servicemen, war widows and the English county pension scheme, 1593-1679.
Hudson, Geoffrey L., D.Phil. (1996), Oxford (Slack, Paul A.)
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The self and the state, 1580-1660.
Baldwin, Geoffrey P., Ph.D. (1998), Cambridge (Skinner, Quentin R.D.)
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Female education in the late 16th and early 17th centuries in England and Wales: a study of attitudes and practice.
Bowden, Caroline M.K., M.Phil. (1996), London (Aldrich, Richard E.)
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Richard Cosin and the rehabilitation of the clerical estate in late Elizabethan England.
Hampson, James E., Ph.D. (1997), St. Andrews (Guy, John A.)
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Simon Forman's philosophy of medicine: medicine, astrology and alchemy in London, c.1580-1611.
Kassell, Lauren T., D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Pelling, Margaret H.)
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Iconoclasm, ecclesiology and 'the beauty of holiness': concepts of sacrilege and the 'peril of idolatry' in early modern England, c.1590-1642.
Yorke, Peter D., Ph.D. (1997), Kent (Fincham, Kenneth C.)
Thesis
Education and the early modern English Separatists.
Gurney, David W., Ph.D. (1998), London (Aldrich, Richard E.)
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Francis Stewart, 5th earl Bothwell, c.1562-1612: lordship and politics in Jacobean Scotland.
MacPherson, Robin G., Ph.D. (1998), Edinburgh (Lynch, Michael; Bannerman, John W.M.)
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Sir William Cecil and the British succession crisis of the 1560s.
Alford, Stephen, Ph.D. (1996), St. Andrews (Guy, John A.)
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Ireland and Scotland, 1560-1760: the historical perspective on the Gaelic dimension.
Macdonald, Fiona A., Ph.D. (1995), Glasgow (Cowan, Ian B.; Kirk, James)
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The book trade and public policy in early modern Scotland, c.1500-c.1720.
Mann, Alastair J., Ph.D. (1997), Stirling (Brown, Keith M.; Hutchison, Iain G.C.)
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Pens and paradigms: the origins of Covenanting thought and resistance, 1580-1638.
Wells, Vaughan T., Ph.D. (1997), Stirling (Brown, Keith M.; Bebbington, David W.)
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Tithes in Elizabethan Berkshire, 1558-1603.
Barker, Diana J.M., M.Phil. (1997), Reading (Houlbrooke, Ralph A.)
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The origins of Essex recusancy.
O'Boy, Michael W., Ph.D. (1995), Cambridge (Duffy, Eamon)
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English cathedral choirs and choirmen, 1558 to the Civil War: an occupational study.
Saunders, James B.J., Ph.D. (1997), Cambridge (Collinson, Patrick)
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The nature and extent of Catholic recusancy in Elizabethan Kent.
Warren, Catherine M., M.A. (1997), Kent (Roberts, Peter R.)
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The Welsh clergy, 1558-1642.
Williams, Barrie, Ph.D. (1999), Open University (O'Day, M. Rosemary; Williams, G.)
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Classicism and antiquarianism in Elizabethan patronage: the case of John, Lord Lumley.
Barron, Kathryn A., M.Litt. (1996), Oxford (Chaney, E.P. de G.)
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Lancashire and the English privy council, c.1620-c.1629.
Jillings, Kevin J., M.A. (1995), Leeds (Childs, J.C.R.; Foster, G.C.F.)
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`Our happy reformation': Anglicanism and society in a northern parish, 1689-1789.
Snape, Michael F., Ph.D. (1994), Birmingham (McLeod, D.H.)
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Scottish influences upon the Reformed churches in N.W. England, c.1689-1829: a study of the ministry within the Congregational and Presbyterian churches in Lancashire, Cumberland and Westmorland.
Westaway, Jonathan H., Ph.D. (1996), Lancaster (Evans, Eric J.)
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The impact of King James II on the departments of the royal household.
Barclay, Andrew P., Ph.D. (1994), Cambridge (Morrill, J.S.)
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Samuel Rutherford (c.1600-1661) and the British revolutions.
Coffey, John R.D., Ph.D. (1995), Cambridge (Goldie, M.A.)
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