18th-19th Century

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The cult of the first duke of Wellington.
Beaton, Belinda, D.Phil. (2008), Oxford
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Lord Spencer, patronage and commissioned officers' careers, 1794-1801.
Bracknall, Moira, Ph.D. (2008), Exeter (Rodger, Nicholas; Duffy, Michael)
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The Italian garden in England, 1787-1863.
Bradney, Caroline J., Ph.D. (2008), Bristol
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Imaginative economies: the woman reader and society, 1789-1820.
De Ritter, Richard, Ph.D. (2008), Leeds
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Politics and history in England, 1793-1832: Sir James Mackintosh and his critics.
Goodall, Andrew, D.Phil. (2009), Sussex (Vance, R.N.C.)
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The Victualling Board during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.
Macdonald, Janet, Ph.D. (2009), London (Lambert, Andrew D.; James, Alan)
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Hegemony, institutionalisation and political journalism: the case of the English radical press, 1789-1832.
Prentoulis, Marina, Ph.D. (2008), Essex
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Ordering the mob: London's public punishments, c.1783-1868.
White, Matthew, Ph.D. (2009), Hertfordshire (Hitchcock, Tim)
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Wilberforce and his milieux: the worlds of Anglican evangelicalism, c.1780-1830.
Atkins, Gareth, Ph.D. (2009), Cambridge
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The promotion and pursuit of health, 1780-1880.
Davies, Timothy, Ph.D. (2009), Leicester (Sweet, Rosemary H.)
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Nationalising the hero: the image of Edward the Black Prince in English politics and culture, 1776-1903.
Gribling, Barbara, Ph.D. (2009), York (Ormrod, Mark)
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Women writers on art and perceptions of the female connoisseur, 1780-1860.
Palmer, C.E., Ph.D. (2009), Oxford Brookes
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An arrow from a quiver'. Written instruction for a reading people: John Wesley's Arminian Magazine (January 1778-February 1791).
Prosser, Barbara, Ph.D. (2008), Manchester
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Becoming gentlemen: women writers, masculinity and war, 1778-1818.
Woodworth, Megan A., Ph.D. (2008), Exeter
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The reality of a fashionable disorder: nervous disease in Britain, 1764-1807.
Beatty, Heather, D.Phil. (2008), Oxford
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The sympathy of popular opinion: representations of the crowd in Britain, 1770-1849.
Fairclough, Mary, Ph.D. (2008), York
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The staging of slavery in London's theatres, 1768-1865.
Kanakamedala, Prathibha, D.Phil. (2008), Sussex
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James Magee (1707-91) and the Belfast print trade, 1771-81.
O'Connor, Michael B., Ph.D. (2008), Belfast
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Winchcombe: the story of an ancient borough in a period of agrarian and industrial change, 1770-1840.
White, Robert W., M.A. (2009), Gloucestershire (Jurica, John; Robertson, Iain J.M.)
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Hand tool manufacture during the Industrial Revolution: sawmaking in Sheffield, c.1750-c.1830.
Barley, Simon L., Ph.D. (2008), Sheffield
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Holland Fen: social and topographical changes in a fenland enironment, 1750-1945.
Brammer, Betty, Ph.D. (2009), Leicester (Snell, Keith D.M.)
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A cultural history of Wiltshire, 1750-1800.
Driscoll, Patrick M., Ph.D. (2008), Cambridge
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Law, empire and the bodies of women: British notions of 'civilisation' and the retreat from public punishments in England, 1750-1868.
Guthrie, Denise, Ph.D. (2009), Essex (Crawford, Catherine J.)
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The London Bridge Improvement Act of 1756: a study of early modern urban finance and improvement.
Latham, Mark, Ph.D. (2009), Leicester (Sweet, Rosemary H.)
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A hosiery town: Hinckley, c.1750-1950.
Murray, Rhianydd, M.Phil. (2009), Leicester (Snell, Keith D.M.)
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Constructing an instrument: Nevil Maskelyne and the zenith sector, 1760-74.
Reeves, Nicholas, Ph.D. (2009), Cambridge
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Faith, control and resistance? The motivation of religious observance on the textile communities of south-west England, 1750-1860.
Strachan, Clare, Ph.D. (2009), Leicester
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John Wesley and Methodist music in the 18th century: principles and practice.
Clarke, Martin Vaughan, Ph.D. (2008), Durham
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Accounting and the dehumanisation of African slaves during the British slave trade: an examination of the accounts of William Davenport and William Earle, two Liverpool based slaving merchants.
Dodds, Stephen E., M.Phil. (2009), Newcastle
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Leisure and pleasure in 18th-century London society: an agent-centred approach.
Heller, Benjamin, D.Phil. (2009), Oxford (Innes, Joanna M.)
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