18th-19th Century

Results
British art and the origins of modern childhood, 1730-1830.
Steward, James C., D.Phil. (1997), Oxford (Haskell, Francis J.H.)
Thesis
In the midst of a Protestant people: the development of the Catholic community in Bristol in the 19th century.
Gilbert, P.J., Ph.D. (1996), Brunel
Thesis
The demands of the people will rise: post-Chartist radicalism in the Dundee area, c.1850-c.1885.
St. John, M., M.Phil. (1996), Dundee
Thesis
Telegrapher of empire: Charles Tilston Bright and the construction of career credibility in Victorian Britain.
Barkley, Gareth E., M.A. (1997), Kent (Smith, Crosbie W.)
Thesis
Nineteenth-century craftsmen and tradesmen in Hertfordshire: a spatial, economic and social study of self-sufficiency.
Crompton, C.A., Ph.D. (1995), Open University
Thesis
The voyages of the Dolphin as precursors of Cook's voyages of exploration.
Cock, Randolph, M.A. (1997), Exeter (Duffy, Michael)
Thesis
Fictional histories: an examination of Irish historical and political novels, 1880-1914.
Reilly, Eileen, D.Phil. (1997), Oxford (Foster, Robert F. (Roy))
Thesis
The life and work of Hugh William Williams (1773-1829), set within a Scottish context.
Rock, Joseph, Ph.D. (1997), Edinburgh
Thesis
Early innovations in social research: the poverty survey of Charles Booth.
Bales, Kevin B., Ph.D. (1994), London (Lewis, Jane E.)
Thesis
Child sexual abuse and the law: London, 1870-1914.
Jackson, Louise A., Ph.D. (1997), Surrey (Arnot, Margaret L.)
Thesis
Ethnology, ethnobiology and institution: A.C. Haddon and anthropology at Cambridge, 1880-1926.
Rouse, S.L., Ph.D. (1997), Cambridge (Macfarlane, Alan D.J.)
Thesis
The 1857 Divorce and Matrimonial Causes bill: a case study of the lawmaking process.
Banks, Angela M., M.Litt. (1997), Oxford (MacLean, M.)
Thesis
The development of social security in Ireland (before and after independence), 1838-1989.
Cook, Geoffrey S., Ph.D. (1992), London (Abel-Smith, Brian)
Thesis
Interpreting the warehouse landscape: Nottingham's lace market, 1850-1920.
Nix, Jon B., Ph.D. (1997), London (Cosgrove, Denis E.)
Thesis
Gradus ad Parnassum: the pianoforte in London, 1770-1820.
de Val, Dorothy J., Ph.D. (1991), London (Trowell, B.L.)
Thesis
Matthew Luscombe, 1776-1846: missionary bishop in Europe of the Scottish Episcopal Church.
Luscombe, Lawrence E., M.Phil. (1991), Dundee (Machin, G.I.T.)
Thesis
The administration and organization of the London cab trade from the late 18th century to the First World War.
May, Trevor F., Ph.D. (1991), London (Thompson, F.M.L.)
Thesis
`A world unto themselves'?: squatter settlement in Herefordshire, 1780-1880.
Moir, James M.G., Ph.D. (1991), Leicester (Phythian-Adams, C.V.)
Thesis
A maritime history of the ports of Bideford and Barnstaple, 1786-1841.
Nix, Michael C.H., Ph.D. (1991), Leicester (Fox, H.S.A.)
Thesis
Discipline, government and law: the response to crime, poverty and prostitution in 19th-century Portsmouth.
Ogborn, Miles J., Ph.D. (1991), Cambridge (Billinge, M.D.)
Thesis
Admiral Duncan and the North Sea Fleet, March 1795 - Sept. 1796.
Seymour, David, M.Phil. (1991), East Anglia (Jones, J.R.; Hill, B.W.)
Thesis
Enclosure, land ownership and social change in a farming community in the Vale of York: Haxby, 1771-1811.
Smith, F. Thomas, M.A. (1991), York (Sheils, W.J.)
Thesis
Serious religion and the improvement of public manners: the scope and limitations of Evangelicalism in Hull, 1770-1914.
Stubley, Peter D., Ph.D. (1991), Durham (Gilley, S.W.)
Thesis
The career of Lord Barrington, administrator and servant (1717-93).
Jones, Dylan E., Ph.D. (1991), Wales (Thomas, P.D.G.)
Thesis
Seiadau'r Methodistiad yn ne-orllewin Cymru, 1737-50. (Methodist societies in S.W. Wales, 1737-50.)
Mant-White, Eryn D., Ph.D. (1991), Wales (Jenkins, G.H.)
Thesis
The textile industry in Leigh, 1760-1860.
Rydings, Anthony D., M.Phil. (1991), Manchester (Farrie, D.A.)
Thesis
The changing use of land in Congleton during the period of its industrialization, 1750-1870.
Smith, Margaret, M.Phil. (1991), Manchester (Phillips, C.B.)
Thesis
Women of the local elite in Lancashire, 1750-c.1825.
Vickery, Amanda J., Ph.D. (1991), London (Corfield, Penelope J.)
Thesis
The social, economic and geographical aspects of rural tradesmen in Scotland, with specific references to lowland Scotland, c.1750-1950.
Young, Craig, Ph.D. (1991), Edinburgh
Thesis
The treatment of poverty in Nantwich and Crewe, 1730-1914.
Edwards, Faye, M.A. (1991), Keele (Vincent, D.M.)
Thesis