16th-17th Century

Results
The management of traditional building work in Cumbria, 1650-1840.
Tyson, Blake, Ph.D. (1996), Oxford Brookes (Heard, N.; Airs, M.)
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Secular clergy in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield in the early 16th century.
Cooper, Timothy N., Ph.D. (1992), Birmingham (Swanson, R.N.)
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Secular policy enforcement during the personal rule of Charles I: the administrative work of parish officers in the 1630s.
Langelueddecke, Henrik A., D.Phil. (1995), Oxford (Holmes, Clive A.)
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The buildings and works of the Office of Ordnance at the Tower of London, 1660-1722.
Parnell, Geoffrey P., Ph.D. (1996), London (Roy, Ian)
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John Bramhall and the reconstruction of the Church of Ireland, 1633-41.
McCafferty, John D., Ph.D. (1996), Cambridge (Morrill, John S.)
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The revenue system in Ireland: government and administration, 1689-1702.
McGrath, C. Ivar V., Ph.D. (1997), London (Miller, John L.)
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The early career of James Butler, 12th earl and 1st duke of Ormonde, 1610-43.
Kelly, William P., Ph.D. (1997), Cambridge (Bradshaw, Brendan I.)
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A satellite town: population, government and society in Chipping Barnet, 1660-1780.
Cohen, Hedy, Ph.D. (1998), Keele (McInnes, Angus J.D.M.)
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The transformation of St. Peter Port, Guernsey, 1680-1836.
Cox, Gregory S., Ph.D. (1996), Leicester (Clark, Peter A.)
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The rural middling sort in an 18th-century Essex village: Great Tey, 1660-1830.
Pearson, Jane, Ph.D. (1997), Essex (Walter, John D.)
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The renaissance of the English market town: a study of six Nottinghamshire market towns, 1680-1840.
Smith, Catherine A., Ph.D. (1997), Nottingham (Beckett, John V.; Smith, Catherine Delano)
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Wealth and community in Liverpool, 1650-1750.
Ascott, Diana E., Ph.D. (1996), Liverpool (Kermode, Jennifer I.; Power, Michael J.)
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The Staffordshire justices and their sessions, 1603-42.
Xiang, Rong, Ph.D. (1996), Birmingham (Cust, Richard P.)
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An assessment of the political and legal career of Robert Price.
Evans, Evan D., M.Phil. (1997), Open University (Laurence, E. Anne; Jones, G.E.)
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Government and economy in 17th-century Wigan.
Pratt, Jonathan K., M.Phil. (1995), Manchester (Phillips, Colin B.)
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Anglo-Russian diplomatic relations, 1580-1696.
Unkovskaya, Maria V., D.Phil. (1992), Oxford (Barnard, T.C.; Willetts, H.T.)
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The noble duke of York. James, duke of York and Albany: the early modern prince as Lord High Admiral, imperialist and entrepreneur, 1660-85.
Callow, John, Ph.D. (1998), Lancaster (Evans, Eric J.)
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Diplomats and diplomacy in London, 1667-72.
Clayton, Roderick E., D.Phil. (1996), Oxford (Aylmer, Gerald E.)
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Restoration drama and the art of political disguise, 1660-88.
Mertens, Barbara, M.Litt. (1999), Cambridge (Morrill, John S.)
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Urban political culture in later 17th-century England: York, 1649-88.
Withington, Philip J., Ph.D. (1998), Cambridge (Wrightson, Keith E.)
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The role of the lord warden in the administration of the Cinque Ports in the 16th century.
Hill, J. Alec, M.A. (1996), Kent (Peter R.)
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The political culture of the English Commonwealth, 1649-53.
Kelsey, Sean, Ph.D. (1996), Manchester (Hughes, Ann L.)
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The political thought of Richard Morison: a study in the use of ancient and medieval sources in Renaissance England.
Nicod, Luc P.M., Ph.D. (1998), London (Coleman, Janet)
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Custom and conflict: disputes over tithe in the diocese of Canterbury, 1501-1600.
Simpson, Paula, Ph.D. (1998), Kent (Butcher, Andrew F.)
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Sex and gender roles in gentle and noble families, c1575-1660, with a particular focus on marriage formation.
Gosling, Sally C., Ph.D. (2000), Open University (O'Day, M. Rosemary)
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The life, career and political significance of Margaret Pole, countess of Salisbury, 1473-1541.
Pierce, Hazel M., Ph.D. (1997), Wales (Loades, David M.)
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Economy, society and government in 17th-century Hexham.
Rossiter, Anna F., M.Litt. (1997), Newcastle (Boulton, Jeremy P.)
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Witchcraft in Middlesex, 1563-1736.
Singleton, Barbara, M.Phil. (1997), Reading (Houlbrooke, Ralph A.)
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The establishment of the Tudor regime: Henry VII, rebellion and the financial control of the aristocracy, 1485-1509.
Cunningham, Sean, Ph.D. (1996), Lancaster (Grant, Alexander)
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Calais, 1485-1547: a study in early Tudor politics and government.
Grummitt, David I., Ph.D. (1997), London (Starkey, David R.)
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