16th-17th Century

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The political career of James, 4th marquess and 1st duke of Hamilton (1606-49) to 1643.
Scally, John J., Ph.D. (1993), Cambridge (Morrill, J.S.)
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The gentry government of Devon, 1625-40.
Wolffe, Mary A., Ph.D. (1993), Exeter (Roots, I.A.; Barry, J.)
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The musical patronage of Christopher, 1st Baron Hatton (1605-70).
Wainwright, John P., Ph.D. (1993), Cambridge (Jones, A.V.)
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The household of Queen Katherine Parr.
Hamilton, Dakota L., D.Phil. (1992), Oxford (Loach, S. Jennifer)
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The career of John, 1st Viscount Scudamore, 1601-71.
Atherton, Ian J., Ph.D. (1993), Cambridge (Morrill, J.S.)
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English naval strategy during the Anglo-Scottish wars of the 1540s.
Clark, Susan, M.Phil. (1992), Strathclyde (Adams, S.L.)
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The moral, social and political thought of the 3rd earl of Shaftesbury, 1671-1713: unbelief and whig republicanism in the early Enlightenment.
de Miranda, Manuel L., Ph.D. (1995), Cambridge (Tuck, R.F.)
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The godly of Goshen scattered: an Essex clerical conference in the 1620s and its diaspora.
Webster, Tom, Ph.D. (1993), Cambridge (Morrill, J.S.)
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The technological development of the English silk industry, 1685-1860.
Bush, Sarah J., M.Phil. (1995), Manchester (Farrie, D.A.)
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Conflicts within the established church in Warwickshire, 1603-42.
Oldridge, Darren, Ph.D. (1993), Warwick (Capp, B.S.)
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The provision of preaching during the early English Reformation, with special reference to itineration, c.1530-1547.
Wabuda, Susan R., Ph.D. (1992), Cambridge (Collinson, P.)
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Reformation, politics and polemics in 16th-century E. Anglian market towns.
Craig, John S., Ph.D. (1992), Cambridge (Collinson, P.)
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Divisions within the Devonshire `county community', 1600-46.
Stoyle, Mark J., D.Phil. (1992), Oxford (Aylmer, G.E.)
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Tradition, reform and diplomacy: Anglo-Scottish relations, 1528-42.
Hotle, Charles P., Ph.D. (1992), Cambridge (Bradshaw, B.I.)
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Grocers and groceries: the distribution of groceries in four contiguous English counties, c.1660-1750.
Stone, Susan A., M.Phil. (1994), Wolverhampton (Rowlands, M.; Benson, J.)
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The relationship between Richard Cromwell and the army grandees during the Second Protectorate.
Eccles, Robert I., M.A. (1995), Leeds (Childs, J.C.R.)
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Aspects of the relationship of the state and local society in early modern England, with special reference to Cheshire, c.1590-1630.
Hindle, Steve, Ph.D. (1993), Cambridge (Wrightson, K.E.)
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The musical patronage of the English aristocracy, c.1590-c.1640.
Hulse, Lynn M., Ph.D. (1993), London (Price, C.A.)
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Absolutist political theory in Restoration Scotland: Sir George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh's Jus Regium (1684).
Jackson, J. Clare, M.Phil. (1995), Wales (Fitzpatrick, Martin H.)
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Religion, government and society in early modern Westminster, c.1525-1625.
Merritt, Julia F., Ph.D. (1992), London (Barron, Caroline M.)
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The early political career of Sir Robert Cecil, c.1582-1597: some aspects of late Elizabethan Secretarial administration.
Acres, William D., Ph.D. (1992), Cambridge (Elton, Geoffrey)
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The evangelistic ministry of John Bunyan, 1655-88.
Archer, Robert W.F., M.Phil. (1995), Wales (Watkins, O.)
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Sir David Lindsay of the Mount: political and religious culture in Renaissance Scotland.
Edington, Carol, Ph.D. (1992), St. Andrews (Mason, R.A.)
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Richard Baxter's Kidderminster ministry, 1641-61.
Gilbert, Charles, M.Phil. (1995), Birmingham (Cust, R.P.)
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English military theory and the military revolution of the 16th century.
Eltis, David A., D.Phil. (1992), Oxford (Williams, P.H.)
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The Walloon strangers in Canterbury, 1574-1640.
Fisher, Margaret D., M.A. (1993), Kent (Butcher, A.F.)
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Women, sex and honour: the London church courts, 1572-1640.
Gowing, Laura B., Ph.D. (1993), London (Roper, Lyndal A.)
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The whigs and Yorkshire elections, 1695-1715.
Hall, Richard, M.A. (1994), Leeds (Childs, J.C.R.; Speck, W.A.)
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`Lawrels for the conquered': the dilemmas of William Davenant and Abraham Cowley in the revolutionary decades of the 17th century.
Shore, Robert, Ph.D. (1995), Cambridge (Luckett, R.)
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From an 'unruly sect' to a society of 'strict unity': the development of English Quakerism, c.1650-1689.
Leachman, Caroline L., Ph.D. (1998), London (Tyacke, Nicholas R.N.)
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