16th-17th Century

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Pleasure, profit and provender: the landscape archaeology of the game larder in Somerset and Gloucestershire, 1660-1837.
Delany, Rosalind, Ph.D. (2008), Bristol
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Women, letter writing and the life of the mind in England, c.1650-1750.
Hannan, Leonie, Ph.D. (2009), London (Corfield, Penelope J.)
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The 1649-50 Scottish witch-hunt, with particular reference to the synod of Lothian and Tweeddale.
Hughes, Paula, Ph.D. (2008), Strathclyde
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Presbyterian church government and the 'covenanted interest' in the three kingdoms, 1649-60.
MacKenzie, Kirsteen M., Ph.D. (2008), Aberdeen
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The political thinking of the New Model Army, 1647-54.
Midgley, Henry C., Ph.D. (2008), Cambridge
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The church book of Cockermouth Congregational church, 1651-1700.
Wordsworth, Robert, M.Phil. (2009), Lancaster (Winchester, Angus J.L.)
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Our dear mother stripped': the experiences of ejected clergy and their families during the English Revolution.
Youngman, Fiona, D.Phil. (2008), Oxford
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Rhetoric, radicalism and heresy in the writing of Richard Overton, c.1630-1655.
Adams, Matthew, D.Phil. (2008), Oxford
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Court politics and the kinship of James VI & I, c.1615-c.1622.
Courtney, Alexander, Ph.D. (2008), Cambridge
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The 'Queen's party': Henrietta Maria's court circle, 1625-42.
Dobbie, Michelle A., Ph.D. (2009), Cambridge
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Opposition in a pre-republican age? The Spanish match and Jacobean political thought, 1618-24.
Hackett, Kimberley, Ph.D. (2009), York (Wootton, David)
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Omnia bene or ruinosa? The condition of the parish churches in and around London and Westminster, c.1603-1677.
Hitchman, Valerie A., Ph.D. (2008), Southampton Solent
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The political and military career of Murrough O'Brien, 6th baron and later 1st earl of Inchiquin, 1614-50, with specific reference to the Confederate Wars period.
O'Doherty, Leon, Ph.D. (2009), Ulster (O'Brien, G.; Kelly, William)
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Music at British coronations from James I to Queen Victoria, 1603-1838: a study and edition.
Range, Matthias, D.Phil. (2008), Oxford
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Aspects of social relations in the 17th-century diocese of Norwich: space, identity and agency.
Williamson, Fiona, Ph.D. (2009), East Anglia (Wood, Andrew)
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Social incidence and economic significance of the growth in transferable paper instruments in 17th-century England.
McCurdy, Henry J., Ph.D. (2008), Cambridge
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'Eying and applying and meditating on the promises': reading the Bible in 17th-century England.
Schildt, Jeremy, Ph.D. (2009), London (Champion, Justin A.I.)
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Politics and economics in the London sugar trade, 1670-1904.
Pryor, Alan, M.Phil. (2007), Essex
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Sir Roger Twysden 1597-1672: a re-appraisal of his life and writings.
Petrie, Sue, Ph.D. (2007), Kent
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Leicestershire local and central government, 1685-1721.
Paterson, Neil A., Ph.D. (2007), Nottingham
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Protestants, prisoners and the Marian persecution.
Wheeler, Megan L., D.Phil. (2006), Oxford
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The court culture of James I: music and ceremony in early 17th-century London.
Walters, Myfanwy, Ph.D. (2006), London
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‘Be valiant and fight the Lords battells’: sacred texts for soldiers during the English Civil Wars.
Wang, Ying-Chien, Ph.D. (2007), Cambridge
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The roots of pre-eminence: the economic fortunes and regional status of Cardiff, 1670-1875.
Watson, Richard, Ph.D. (2007), Wales
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A comparative study of massacres during the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, 1641-53.
Volmer, Inga, Ph.D. (2007), Cambridge
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The three questions: James II, the penal laws and tests and the landed classes, 1687-8.
Walker, S. Peter, Ph.D. (2007), Leicester
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Secretaries, statesmen and spies: the clerks of the Tudor Privy Council, c.1540-c.1603.
Vaughan, Jacqueline D., Ph.D. (2007), St. Andrews
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The politics of defamation in the reign of Elizabeth I.
Thomas, Heather J., M.Phil. (2007), Wales
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Perceptions of extraordinary natural events in England, 1692-1783.
Smyth, Christopher J., Ph.D. (2007), Cambridge
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Gender and space in early modern London, c.1660-1710.
Richards, Fleur, D.Phil. (2006), Oxford
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