16th-17th Century

Results
The impact on England of James VI and I.
Newton, Diana R., Ph.D. (1996), Liverpool (Quintrell, Brian W.)
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Wentworth and court politics in the 1630s.
Pogson, Fiona, Ph.D. (1996), Liverpool (Quintrell, Brian W.)
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Crown finance and governance under James I: projects and fiscal policy, 1603-25.
Cramsie, John R., Ph.D. (1997), St. Andrews (Guy, John A.)
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Chiefs, lawyers and debt: a study of the relationship between Highland elite and legal profession in Scotland, c.1550-1700.
Watt, Douglas, Ph.D. (1998), Edinburgh (Lynch, Michael; Boardman, Steven I.)
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Excavated 16th-century glass from five English towns: a preliminary investigation of status and the role of the glass in the social context of dining.
Willmott, Hugh B., M.A. (1996), Durham (Price, Jenny; Johnson, Matthew H.)
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Late medieval Catholicism and the impact of the Reformation in the deanery of Derby, c.1520-c.1570.
d'Arcy, Joan, Ph.D. (1997), Nottingham (Marcombe, David; Beckett, John V.)
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Patterns of re-use: the transformation of monastic buildings in post-Dissolution Hertfordshire, 1540-1600.
Doggett, Nicholas D.B., Ph.D. (1997), Southampton (Platt, Colin P.S.)
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The 1st and 2nd earls of Rutland and their part in the central and local politics of mid Tudor England.
Norris, Mark M., Ph.D. (1996), Edinburgh (Malkiewicz, Andrej J.A.; Dow, Frances D.)
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The dean and chapter of Salisbury cathedral during the English Reformation, 1529-63.
Coats, Peter G., Ph.D. (1997), Wales (Dyer, Alan D.)
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Precedent, policy and practice: clerical marriage and the English Reformation.
Parish, Helen L., D.Phil. (1997), Oxford (Heal, Felicity M.)
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Popular religious attitudes in urban Lincolnshire during the Reformation: the will evidence, 1520-1600.
Lucas, Mary D., Ph.D. (1998), Nottingham (Marcombe, David; McHardy, Alison K.)
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Renaissance culture at the court of James V, 1528-42.
Thomas, Andrea S., Ph.D. (1997), Edinburgh (Lynch, Michael; Goodman, Anthony E.)
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Court politics and government in England, 1509-15.
Greig, Lorne C.G., Ph.D. (1996), Glasgow (Thomson, John A.F.)
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The religious allegiance of London's ruling elite, 1520-1603.
Hickman, David J., Ph.D. (1996), London (Tyacke, Nicholas R.N.)
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'An earthly beast, a mole and an enemy to all godly learning?': the life and career of Rowland Lee, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield and lord president of the council in the Marches, c.1487-1543.
Jones, Michael, M.Phil. (1998), Wales (Cardiff) (Jones, J. Gwynfor)
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The life and political significance of Henry Fitzroy, duke of Richmond, 1525-36.
Murphy, Beverly A., Ph.D. (1997), Wales (Loades, David M.)
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The religious, social and political thought of William Walwyn, 1600-81.
Gruen, Simone, M.A. (1999), Warwick (Capp, Bernard S.)
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The organization and regulation of the trade in indentured servants for the American colonies in London, 1645-1718, and the career of William Haveland, emigration agent.
Wareing, John, Ph.D. (2000), London (Harding, Vanessa A.)
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Gender, society and print culture in late 17th-century England, with special reference to the Athenian Mercury, 1691-7.
Berry, Helen M., Ph.D. (1998), Cambridge (Wrightson, Keith E.)
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Religious, legal and moral approaches to alcohol abuse in the northern province, c.1660-1725.
Carlile, Dianne, M.A. (1998), York
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The professional woman in Restoration theatre.
Hayward, Roland, M.A. (1998), Hertfordshire (Gowing, Laura)
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A survey of Scottish episcopalianism, 1688-1840, with special reference to the North East.
Jones, Patrick G.D., M.Litt. (1998), Aberdeen (Macinnes, Allan I.; Withrington, Donald J.)
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Rhetoric, religion and politics in the St. Paul's Cross sermons, 1603-25.
Morrissey, Mary E., Ph.D. (1998), Cambridge (Maule, Jeremy F.)
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Professional men of law before the lords of council, c.1500-1550.
Finlay, John, Ph.D. (1998), Edinburgh
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The yeomen of the king's guard, 1485-1547.
Hewerdine, Anita R., Ph.D. (1998), London (Starkey, David R.)
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Rape in England, 1600-1800: trials, narratives and the question of consent.
King, Rebecca F., M.A. (1998), Durham (Brooks, Christopher W.)
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Towards an individual voice: women writers in England and France, 1520-1690.
Batchelor, Jane, Ph.D. (1996), Warwick (Bassnett, Susan)
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Richard Pace on pedagogy, counsel and satire.
Curtis, C.M., Ph.D. (1997), Cambridge (Bradshaw, Brendan I.)
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Curiosi and virtuosi: gentlemanly culture, experimental philosophy and political life in England, 1620-85.
Whitaker, Katharine S., Ph.D. (1997), Cambridge (Cunningham, A.R.)
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The mistresses of Charles II and Restoration court politics, 1660-85.
Wynne, Sonya M., Ph.D. (1997), Cambridge (Morrill, John S.)
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