16th-17th Century

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Early Quakers in Cornwall, 1656-1750.
Griffith, Patricia M., Ph.D. (2004), Exeter
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The cattle trades of Scotland, 1603-1745.
Koufopoulos, Alexander J., Ph.D. (2005), Edinburgh
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The provision, building and architecture of Anglican churches in the north of Ireland, 1600-1740.
Roulston, William J., Ph.D. (2004), Belfast
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Conceptions of work: occupational classification in the British isles, 1660-1911.
Woollard, Matthew, Ph.D. (2005), Essex (Higgs, Edward)
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Sir Kenelm Digby: magical medicine and Catholic heterodoxy.
Anderson, Robert G., Ph.D. (2005), London (Crook, Harold J.; Wear, Andre)
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Elias Ashmole and the 'uses of antiquity'.
Feola, Vittoria, Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Mandlebrote, Scott H.)
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New modelling English government: biblical hermeneutics, Jewish polity and constitutional forms during the Interregnum, 1649-60.
Ferdon, Gai F., Ph.D. (2004), Leicester (Coffey, John R.D.)
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Benjamin Worsley (1618-77): commerce, colonisation and the fate of the Universal Reformation.
Leng, Thomas L., Ph.D. (2004), Sheffield (Braddick, Michael; Greengrass, Mark)
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Isaac Newton and the historians.
Miller, Susan A., M.Phil. (2005), Northumbria at Newcastle (Sutton, Michael A.)
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Sectarian religion in Scotland: the impact of Cromwell's occupation, 1650-60.
Spurlock, Roy S., Ph.D. (2005), Edinburgh
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Crime, communities and authority in early modern Wales: Denbighshire, 1660-1730.
Howard, Sharon, Ph.D. (2003), Wales (Roberts, Michael F.)
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'Heavan upon Earth': the apocalyptic thought of Joseph Mede (1586-1638).
Jue, Jeffrey K., Ph.D. (2003), Aberdeen (Hotson, Howard; Trueman, Carl R.)
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Distinctions of reason and reasonable distinctions: the academic life of John Wallis (1616-1703).
Rampelt, Jason M., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Mandelbrote, Scott H.)
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Quakers in society in north-east Norfolk, 1690-1800.
Stevens, Sylvia, Ph.D. (2005), Sunderland (Dandelion, Ben; Berringer, Christopher)
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Constituting the Levellers: a study of a political movement.
Woodcock, Peter S., Ph.D. (2004), Southampton
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Religion and reason in the thought of Richard Overton, the Leveller.
Adams, D.R., Ph.D. (2003), Cambridge (Morrill, John S.)
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Masculinity and the Friends, with particular reference to Durham and Yorkshire, 1650-1775 (early Quakerism in Yorkshire).
Bell, Erin A., Ph.D. (2003), York (Jenner, Mark S.R.)
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Witch-hunting in the presbytery of Dalkeith, 1649-62.
Cordey, Anna L., M.Sc. (2003), Edinburgh
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The sieges of Hull during the English Civil War.
Culkin, Iain, M.A. (2003), Leeds (Whiting, Robert; Childs, John)
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The sales of confiscated properties after the English Civil War in five counties.
Gladwish, P.N., Ph.D. (2002), Cambridge
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Never acted, but ...': English closet drama, 1625-85.
Heawood, J.P.C., Ph.D. (2003), Cambridge
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The pamphlet debates over tithes and the ministry in England, 1642-60.
McLaughlin, Jamie J.S., M.Phil. (2003), Sheffield (Milton, Anthony; Greengrass, Mark)
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English funerary elegies, 1620-50.
Brady, A., Ph.D. (2003), Cambridge
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Francis Bacon, Thomas Hobbes, philosophy and history.
Bunce, R.E.R., Ph.D. (2003), Cambridge (Cromartie, Alan D.T.)
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Print culture, preaching and piety in Yorkshire, 1600-40.
Cambers, Andrew, Ph.D. (2003), York (Shiels, William J.)
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Congregational puritanism and the radical puritan community in England, c.1585-1625.
Gregory, V.J., Ph.D. (2003), Cambridge (Morrill, John S.)
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Transmission and transformation: Thomas Goodwin and the puritan project, 1600-1704.
Lawrence, T.M., Ph.D. (2003), Cambridge
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Puritanism and the emergence of Laudianism in city politics in Norwich, c.1570-1643.
Reynolds, Matthew R., Ph.D. (2002), Kent (Fincham, Kenneth C.)
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The coronation and monarchical culture in Stuart Britain and Ireland, 1603-61.
Shaw, D.T.L., Ph.D. (2003), Cambridge (Morrill, John S.)
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Politics and religion in Edinburgh, 1617-53.
Stewart, Laura A.M., Ph.D. (2003), Edinburgh (Lynch, Michael; Goodare, Julian)
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