18th-19th Century

Results
The establishment of Histology in the curriculum of the London medical schools, 1826-88.
Bracegirdle, Patricia H., Ph.D. (1996), London (Bynum, William F.)
Thesis
The career of Robert, 1st Baron Clive, with special reference to his political and administrative career.
Prior, David L., M.Phil. (1993), Wales (Thomas, P.D.G.)
Thesis
Concepts of the family in five 18th-century texts.
Tadmor, Naomi, Ph.D. (1992), Cambridge (Wrightson, K.E.)
Thesis
A critical appraisal of the Rev. Dr. John Scott Lidgett C.H. (theologian, educationalist and ecclesiastical statesman) between 1890 and 1920.
Turberfield, Alan F., D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Wilson, Kenneth B.)
Thesis
The changing face of philanthropy in 18th-century Warwickshire.
Allen, Lucy, M.A. (1992), Warwick (Clifton, R.; Lane, J.)
Thesis
Provision for the poor in S.E. Ulster, 1825-50.
Beale, George M., Ph.D. (1995), Belfast (Harkness, D.W.)
Thesis
William Constable, F.R.S., F.S.A. (1721-91): an 18th-century naturalist and scientist.
Hall, Elizabeth A.F., M.Phil. (1993), Hull (Hoppen, K.T.)
Thesis
The National Asylum for Idiots, Earlswood, 1847-86.
Wright, David J., D.Phil. (1993), Oxford (Digby, Anne)
Thesis
Aspects of the employment of children in the British coalmining industry, 1800-72.
Kirby, Peter T., Ph.D. (1995), Sheffield (Martin, D.E.; Woodward, J.H.)
Thesis
The attempt to control ritualism in the Church of England through the use of legislation and the courts, 1869-87, with special reference to the Society of the Holy Cross.
Kitchenham, Paul P.G., Ph.D. (1997), Durham (Gilley, Sheridan W.)
Thesis
Women and work in 18th-century Edinburgh.
Sanderson, Elizabeth C., Ph.D. (1993), Edinburgh (Ferguson, W.)
Thesis
`Prize the doubt': the life and work of Francis William Newman.
Schellenberg, Ann M., Ph.D. (1994), Durham (Gilley, S.W.)
Thesis
Representation of the seasons in early 19th-century England.
Webb, Nicholas J., D.Phil. (1998), York (Jordanova, Ludmilla J.)
Thesis
Hanes Cymdeithasol yr laith Gymraeg ar sail tystiolaeth y cylchgronau, rhwng 1840-60. (The Welsh language, 1840-60: the evidence of periodicals.)
Williams, Bethan H., M.Phil. (1998), Wales (Aberystwyth) (Jenkins, G.H.)
Thesis
The provision of parks and preservation of open spaces for 19th-century London.
Eeles, Joan M., M.A. (1997), Exeter (Coleman, Bruce I.)
Thesis
Gentlewomen of science: the role of women in the London scientific elite, 1800-75.
Farrell, H.C., M.Phil. (1994), Leeds
Thesis
Ordering dinner: Victorian celebratory domestic dining in London.
Mars, Valerie R., Ph.D. (1997), Leicester (Brock, William H.)
Thesis
Voluntary charities in 19th-century Manchester: organizational structure, social status and leadership.
Shapely, Peter, Ph.D. (1995), Manchester Metropolitan (Kidd, A.J.)
Thesis
Mechanics' Institutes in Northumberland and Durham, 1824-1902.
Stockdale, Clifton, Ph.D. (1994), Durham (Batho, G.R.)
Thesis
Economic significance and role of adits in Cornish mine drainage, 1700-1900.
Buckley, J.A., M.Phil. (1993), Council for National Academic Awards
Thesis
Science, secularization and social change: the metamorphosis of entomology in 19th-century England.
Clark, John F.M., D.Phil. (1995), Oxford (Weindling, P.J.)
Thesis
Moving between worlds: gender, class, politics, sexuality and women's networks in the diaries of Anne Lister of Shibden Hall, Halifax, Yorkshire, 1830-40.
Euler, Catherine, D.Phil. (1996), York (Rendall, Jane L.)
Thesis
John Stuart Mill, George Jacob Holyoake and the 'social question': themes of continuity in mid 19th-century radicalism and socialism.
Lee, Mathew J., Ph.D. (1996), Cambridge (Jones, Gareth Stedman)
Thesis
The Scots contribution to the developing Anglican communion, c.1700-1888.
Luscombe, Lawrence E., Ph.D. (1993), Dundee (Machin, G.I.T.)
Thesis
Class and gender relations in working-class movements, 1820-70.
Rogers, Helen, D.Phil. (1994), York (Rendall, Jane L.; de Groot, Joanna C.)
Thesis
A study of the social and political thought of Edward Baines senior, with special reference to the Leeds Mercury, 1801-26.
Thornton, David, M.Phil. (1994), Leeds (Green, S.J.D.)
Thesis
Anglo-Jewish philanthropy in England, 1859-1905: a study of the foundation and early work of the Jewish Boards of Guardians in London, Manchester and Liverpool.
Dove, Ruth, M.Phil. (1998), Lancaster (Phillips, Gordon A.)
Thesis
'Well conducted, rational and industrious': female insanity and its treatment at the North Riding Pauper Lunatic Asylum, 1865-93: cure or custody?
Evans, Joanne, M.A. (1996), York (Rendall, Jane L.)
Thesis
Lead mining in the Pennines, with particular reference to the duke of Devonshire's lead mines at Grassington.
Gill, Michael C., M.Phil. (1993), Exeter (Butt, R.)
Thesis
Charity, mutuality and philanthropy: voluntary provision in Bristol, 1800-70.
Gorsky, Martin, Ph.D. (1995), Bristol (Feldman, Daniel M.; Alford, Bernard W.E.)
Thesis