16th-17th Century

Results
The development of pre-industrial Lowestoft, 1560-1730.
Butcher, David R., M.Phil. (1992), East Anglia (Smith, A. Hassell)
Thesis
A computerized analysis of four building accounts associated with Sir Christopher Wren.
Watson, Andrew R., M.Litt. (1994), Oxford (Barnard, T.C.)
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The defence of uniformity: Anglicanism as a political ideology in a society of de facto religious pluralism, 1660-72.
Clarke, Julian C., M.Phil. (1994), Manchester (Hughes, Ann L.)
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Aspects of parochial religion in 17th-century Kent: the evidence of churchwardens' accounts.
Hitchman, Valerie A., M.A. (1995), Kent (Fincham, K.C.)
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Readings on wills in the Inns of Court, 1552-1631.
Mirow, Matthew C., Ph.D. (1993), Cambridge (Baker, J.H.)
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The merchant community in Ireland, 1660-c.1710.
Agnew, Jean H., Ph.D. (1994), Belfast (O'Dowd, Mary)
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The rise of aquatic recreation and sport: yachting and rowing in England and S. Devon, 1640-1914.
Cusack, Janet, Ph.D. (1996), Exeter (Fisher, H.E. Stephen; Duffy, Michael)
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Status, display and dissemination: social expression and stylistic change in the architecture of 17th-century Hertfordshire.
Hunneyball, Paul M., D.Phil. (1994), Oxford (Holmes, C.A.)
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The English campaign in France, 1543-5.
MacMahon, Luke M.C., M.A. (1993), Warwick (Scarisbrick, J.J.)
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Enclosure by agreement in Buckrose, with special reference to Birdsall.
Alexander, Ann, M.Phil. (1994), Hull (English, Barbara A.)
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A study of the relationship between crime and distress in 17th-century England, with particular reference to the North West.
Johnson, Patricia A., Ph.D. (1995), Central Lancashire (Russell, D.C.; Mullett, M.A.)
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Responses of the laity to changes in official religious policy in Gloucestershire, 1541-80.
Litzenberger, Caroline J., Ph.D. (1993), Cambridge (Collinson, P.)
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Ecclesiastical politics in Scotland, 1586-1610.
MacDonald, Alan R., Ph.D. (1995), Edinburgh (Lynch, Michael; Barrow, Geoffrey W.S.)
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Jonson, Stansby and English typography, 1579-1623.
Bland, Mark B., D.Phil. (1995), Oxford (McKenzie, D.F.)
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Patronage and literature: the women of the Russell family, 1520-1617.
Clarke, C.M., Ph.D. (1992), Reading
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Scottish east coast trade with particular reference to Leith, 1685-1770.
Kinloch, Janet, Ph.D. (1995), Strathclyde (Jackson, Gordon)
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The crisis of eloquence: reading and writing English newsbooks, 1641-9.
Raymond, Joad, D.Phil. (1994), Oxford (Norbrook, D.G.E.)
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Bishop John Stokesley: a humanist reformer at the court of Henry VIII.
Chibi, Andrew A., Ph.D. (1993), Sheffield (Greengrass, M.)
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The French-speaking Reformed community in Southampton, 1567-1610.
Spicer, Andrew P., Ph.D. (1994), Southampton (Duke, A.C.)
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The diary of Isaac Archer, 1641-1700.
Storey, Matthew J., Ph.D. (1994), Cambridge (Spufford, H. Margaret)
Thesis
English political prints and pictorial political argument, c.1640-c.1832: a study in historiography and methodology.
Nicholson, Eirwen E.C., Ph.D. (1994), Edinburgh (Dickinson, H.T.; Phillipson, N.T.)
Thesis
Common law reporting, 1550-1650.
Wells, Elizabeth M.P., D.Phil. (1995), Oxford (Ibbetson, D.J.)
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The English corantos of the 1620s.
Frearson, M.C., Ph.D. (1994), Cambridge (Spufford, H. Margaret)
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Religious life in Essex, c.1500-1570.
Hart, Ian, Ph.D. (1993), Warwick (Scarisbrick, J.J.)
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Women's health and illness, 1550-1700.
Snowdon, Sarah K., M.Phil. (1995), Reading (Houlbrooke, R.A.)
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Royal taxation of the English parish clergy, 1535-58.
Carter, Patrick R.N., Ph.D. (1995), Cambridge (Collinson, P.)
Thesis
Sixteenth-century printing types and ornaments of Scotland, with an introductory survey of the Scottish book trade.
Watry, Paul B., D.Phil. (1993), Oxford (Roberts, R.J.)
Thesis
Episcopal office in the English church, 1520-59.
Carleton, Kenneth W.T., Ph.D. (1995), London (Chavasse, Ruth A.)
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Religion in Lancashire, 1603-40.
Webb, Carol, M.Phil. (1994), Central Lancashire (Pope, R.; Mullett, M.A.)
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The Bowes of Streatlam, co. Durham: a study of the politics and religion of a 16th-century northern gentry family.
Newman, Christine M., D.Phil. (1992), York (Cross, M. Claire)
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