16th-17th Century

Results
The political relationship between central government and the local administration in Yorkshire, 1678-90.
Short, Michael J., Ph.D. (1999), Leeds (Childs, John C.R.)
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Puritan iconoclasm in England, c.1640-60.
Spraggon, Julie, Ph.D. (2000), London (Tyacke, Nicholas R.N.)
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Farming in High Suffolk, c.1660-1850.
Theobald, Jonathan, M.Phil. (2000), East Anglia (Williamson, Tom M.)
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Politics and culture in the city, 1660-1790: the corporation and the development of Chester.
Whinton, Emma J., Ph.D. (2000), Liverpool (Gaunt, Peter G.I.; Power, Michael J.)
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Sexual slander in later 17th-century England.
Winch, Dinah S., D.Phil. (1999), Oxford (Ingram, Martin J.)
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Elizabethan and early Jacobean surveys of the ministry of the Church of England.
Crankshaw, David J., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge (Collinson, Patrick)
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Imagining England: spatial and chronological conceptions of the realm of Elizabeth and James I.
James, Kathryn A., D.Phil. (1999), Oxford (Brockliss, Laurence W.B.)
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The household and court of King James VI of Scotland, 1567-1603.
Juhala, Amy L., Ph.D. (2000), Edinburgh (Lynch, Michael; Bannerman, John W.M.)
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The political career of Roger Boyle, Lord Broghill, 1640-60.
Little, Patrick J.S., Ph.D. (2000), London (Coward, Barry; Hunter, Michael C.W.)
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John Selden and the laws of England: jurisprudence and constitutional theory, 1584-1654.
Roslak, Oleg M., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge (Tuck, Richard F.)
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Charles I and the distribution of political patronage.
Shepherd, Mark D., Ph.D. (1999), Liverpool (Quintrell, Brian W.)
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The life and career of Sir John Mason, 1503-66.
Welchman, Richard, Ph.D. (1999), Wales (Morgan, Prys T.J.)
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Religion and politics in the history of Bury Grammar School, 1570-1749.
Fallowes, I.B., Ph.D. (2000), Leeds (Jenkins, E.W.; Sharp, Paul R.)
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Sex and gender roles in gentle and noble families, c1575-1660, with a particular focus on marriage.
Gosling, Sally, Ph.D. (2000), Open University (O'Day, M. Rosemary)
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Access to higher education in early modern Scotland.
MacLean, Shona G., Ph.D. (2000), Aberdeen (Pedersen, Frederik J.G.; Hotson, Howard)
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The ambassadors of Henry VIII: the personnel of English diplomacy, c.1500-c.1550
MacMahon, Luke M.C., Ph.D. (2000), Kent (Potter, David L.)
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The meanings of space in society and drama: perceptions of domestic life and domestic tragedy, c.1550-1600.
Richardson, Catherine T., Ph.D. (1999), Kent (Butcher, Andrew F.)
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The medical content of English almanacs, 1640-1700.
Curth, Louise Hill, Ph.D. (2001), London (Horden, J.N. Peregrine B.)
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New light on the Wren City churches: the evidence of the All Souls and Bute drawings.
Geraghty, Anthony P., Ph.D. (1999), Cambridge (Watkin, David J.)
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Enniskillen and the Newtownbutler campaign, 1689.
Graham, Darren P., M.A. (1999), Leeds (Childs, John C.R.)
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Marriage patterns in 17th-century England.
Hosking, Jenny, M.Phil. (2000), London (Cavallo, Sandra; Corfield, Penelope J.)
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The transformation of society, culture and landscape in 17th-century Tipperary.
Morissey, John, Ph.D. (2000), Exeter (Gibson, Alex J.; Brace, Catherine)
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Trade expansion, social conflict and popular politics in the Spitalfields silkweaving community, c.1670-1770.
Swindlehurst, Laura C., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge (Wrightson, Keith E.)
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The security of the English state, 1689-97.
Wilton, Matthew J., M.A. (2000), Leeds (Childs, John C.R.)
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Sir George Carew: the study and conquest of Ireland.
Dorsett, Jason W.R., D.Phil. (2000), Oxford (Brigden, Susan E.)
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Sir Arthur Gorges (1557-1625) and the patronage system.
Gibson, Jonathan R.D., Ph.D. (1998), London
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The literary patronage of the Cecil family, 1570-1612.
Haresnape, Elizabeth, Ph.D. (1998), Leeds
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A cultural history of sound in England, 1560-1760.
Cockayne, Emily J., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge (Rublack, Ulinka C.)
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Religion and English foreign policy, 1558-64.
Croly, Christopher P., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge (Collinson, Patrick)
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The Devil in English culture, c.1549-c.1660.
Johnstone, Nathan, Ph.D. (2000), Kent (Eales, Jacqueline S.)
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