16th-17th Century

Results
The ideology of maritime museums, with particular reference to the interpretation of early modern navigation.
Hicks, Robert D., Ph.D. (2000), Exeter (Duffy, Michael; Fisher, H.E. Stephen)
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Funeral monuments: piety, honour and memory in early modern England.
Sherlock, Peter D., D.Phil. (2000), Oxford (Holmes, Clive A.)
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Religious dissimulation, conformity and compromise in England, c.1547-c.1603.
Wright, Jonathan A., D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Haigh, Christopher A.)
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A critical edition of Lady Falkland: her life (1645) with correspondence and records of the Falkland family, 1625-71.
Wolfe, H.R., Ph.D. (1999), Cambridge (Axton, Marie H.)
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Agweddau ar ddiwylliant materol bonedd siroedd Dinbych a'r Fflint, 1540-1640. (Aspects of the material culture of the Denbighshire and Flintshire gentry, 1540-1640.) (In Welsh medium.)
Williams, Sioned N., Ph.D. (1999), Wales (Jones, J. Gwynfor)
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The market place and the market's place in London, 1660-1840.
Smith, Colin S., Ph.D. (1999), London (Hoppit, Julian)
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The involvement of lawyers in the English parliament of 1601.
Shaw, Judith A., Ph.D. (1999), Glasgow (Smith, Alan G.R.)
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Emotion in early modern England, 1660-1760: performativity and practice at the Church courts of York.
Bound, Fay, D.Phil. (2000), York (Jenner, Mark S.R.)
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Sir Christopher Wren, the Royal Society and the development of structural carpentry, 1660-1710.
Campbell, James W.P., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge (Baggs, Anthony P.)
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The Catholic interest in Irish politics in the reign of Charles II.
Creighton, Margaret A., Ph.D. (2000), Belfast (Hayton, David W.)
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The political career of Mary of Guise in Scotland, 1548-60.
Ritchie, Pamela, Ph.D. (1999), St. Andrews (Mason, Roger A.)
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Rape victims and the law: a study of the treatment of female complainants by the courts and legal attitudes towards sexual crime in London and Bristol, c.1650-1850.
Gammon, Julie D., Ph.D. (2000), Essex (Fletcher, Anthony J.)
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The Sion College conclave and London Presbyterianism during the English Revolution.
Vernon, Elliot C., Ph.D. (1999), Cambridge (Morrill, John S.)
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The organization and regulation of the trade in indentured servants for the American colonies in London, 1645-1718.
Wareing, John, Ph.D. (2000), London (Harding, Vanessa A.)
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Clerical Presbyterianism in England, with special reference to London, c.1640-9.
Mattison, Ruth, M.Phil. (2000), Ulster (Lindley, Keith J.)
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State oaths and political casuistry in England, 1640-1702.
Vallance, Edward, D.Phil. (2000), Oxford (Beddard, R.A.P.J.)
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Kirk and community: Ulster Presbyterian society, 1640-1740.
Browne, Roisin M., M.Phil. (1999), Belfast (O'Dowd, Mary)
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The evolving reputation of Richard Hooker: an examination of responses to the Ecclesiastical Polity, 1640-1714.
Brydon, Michael A., Ph.D. (1999), Durham (Ford, G. Alan)
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The provision of choral music at St. George's chapel, Windsor, and Eton college, c.1640-1733.
Dexter, Keri J., Ph.D. (2000), London (Spink, Ian W.A.)
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Richard Baxter and the ideal of the reformed pastor.
Black, Joseph W., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge (Duffy, Eamon)
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Aspects of urban development in the Hampshire towns of Alton, Andover, Basingstoke and Lymington, c.1625-c.1700.
Winterson, Karen, Ph.D. (2000), Southampton (Richardson, Roger C.; Haydon, Colin M.)
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Wales in British politics, c.1603-42.
Bowen, Lloyd, Ph.D. (1999), Wales (Johnson, Anthony M.)
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Lay medical culture and its English critics, c.1620-1720.
Goldbloom, Alexander, Ph.D. (2000), London (Nutton, Vivian; Porter, Roy S.)
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Humphrey Chetham (1580-1653): a Manchester merchant and his library.
Guscott, Stephen, Ph.D. (2000), Sheffield (Greengrass, Mark)
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Church monuments and commemoration in Devon, c.1530-c.1640.
Faunch, Christine J.M., Ph.D. (1998), Exeter
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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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The 'personal rule' of Elizabeth I: marriage, succession and Catholic conspiracy c.1578-1582.
Mears, Natalie, Ph.D. (2000), St. Andrews (Guy, John A.)
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The use and organization of domestic space in late 17th-century London.
Melville, Jennifer D., Ph.D. (1999), Cambridge (Wrightson, Keith E.)
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An irenic theologian: William Forbes, first bishop of Edinburgh.
Martin, Joyce B., M.Litt. (1999), Oxford (Platt, John E.)
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Witchcraft in early modern Britain.
Macpherson, Kirsteen, Ph.D. (1999), Nottingham Trent (Bennett, Martyn; Brown, Angela)
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