18th-19th Century

Results
Mind and its disease in Enlightenment British medicine.
Suzuki, Akihito, Ph.D. (1992), London (Porter, R.S.)
Thesis
Emigration from the Scottish Catholic Bounds, 1770-1810, and the role of the clergy.
Toomey, Kathleen, Ph.D. (1993), Edinburgh (Ferguson, W.; Bannerman, J.W.M.; Martin, G.)
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The early political career of Charles James Fox, 1768-82.
Archer, Ian K.R., Ph.D. (1993), Wales (Thomas, P.D.G.)
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Microscope optics and J.J. Lister's influence on the development of the achromatic objective, 1750-1850.
Deiman, Johannus C., Ph.D. (1992), London (Turner, G.L.E.)
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The educated eye and the industrial hand: art and design instruction for the working classes in mid Victorian Britain.
Denis, Rafael, Ph.D. (1995), London (Arscott, Caroline H.)
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The Devon Pauper Lunatic Asylum, 1828-61.
Lee, Jeanette R., M.Phil. (1996), Exeter (Coleman, Bruce I.; Forsyth, W.J.)
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The Birmingham, Aston and King's Norton boards of guardians and the politics and administration of the poor law, c.1836-1912.
Tolley, Paul L., Ph.D. (1995), De Montfort (Thoms, D.W.; Mason, R.)
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Public health reform in Watford, Herts., 1834-1914.
Wilsdon, Clare A., M.Phil. (1997), Birmingham (Chinn, Carl S.A.)
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The decline of the landed estate in county Tyrone, c.1860-1915.
Windrum, Caroline, Ph.D. (1994), Cambridge (Baker, A.R.H.)
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The life and writings of Isaac Milner.
Melaas, Barbara J., Ph.D. (1993), Durham (Gilley, S.W.)
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The picturesque and landscape appreciation: the development of tourism in the Yorkshire Dales and co. Durham, 1750-1860.
Rudd, M.D.C., M.A. (1991), Durham
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Contrasting experiences of schooling for middle-class girls in a Lancashire industrial town: St. Helens, 1858-1926.
Stirling, P.M., M.Ed. (1994), Liverpool (Harrop, Sylvia A.)
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The City of London Poor Law Union, 1837-69.
Tanner, Andrea I., Ph.D. (1995), London (Porter, Dorothy E.)
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Who should deliver babies? Models of nature and the midwifery debate, c.1800-c.1886.
Bedford, Joanna, Ph.D. (1996), London (Porter, Dorothy E.)
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The architectural works of Richard Cromwell Carpenter (1812-55), William Slater (1819-72) and Richard Herbert Carpenter (1841-93).
Elliott, John P., Ph.D. (1996), London (Crook, Joseph Mordaunt)
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The life and work of Thomas Laycock (1812-76).
James, Frederick E., Ph.D. (1996), London (Bynum, William F.)
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Central and local influences on public health reform in mid Victorian Liverpool, 1830-75.
McGrath, Thomas, M.Phil. (1997), Central Lancashire (Vernon, Keith; Levitt, Ian)
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Language and the articulation of scientific ideas of the British Association for the Advancement of Science.
Nightingale, Simon, Ph.D. (1997), Lancaster (Brooke, John H.; Smith, Roger)
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George Wightwick: a Regency architect in the west of England.
Reid, Rosamund M., M.Phil. (1996), London (Crook, Joseph Mordaunt)
Thesis
John Snow M.D., 1813-58.
Snow, Stephanie J., Ph.D. (1996), Keele (Vincent, David M.)
Thesis
The architectural history of Stafford House, London.
Yorke, James Alexander, Ph.D. (1998), London (Crook, Joseph Mordaunt)
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The architect and the metropolis: the work of James and Decimus Burton in London and Dublin, c.1800-1840.
Arnold, Dana R., Ph.D. (1998), London (Forty, J. Adrian)
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Enclosure and improvement: an investigation into the motives for parliamentary enclosure.
Brown, David G., Ph.D. (1992), Council for National Academic Awards (Raybould, T.J.; Wanklyn, M.D.G.)
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The parliamentary experience of the Irish members of the house of commons, 1833-41.
Crowe, Brian D., Ph.D. (1995), Belfast (Jupp, P.J.)
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Educational provision for officers of the Royal Navy, 1857-77.
Dickinson, Harold W., Ph.D. (1994), London (Aldrich, R.E.)
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Divisions, debates and `dis-ease': the Rockingham whig party and the house of lords, 1760-85.
Farrell, Stephen M., Ph.D. (1993), Cambridge (Hilton, A.J.B.)
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Landscape into architecture: William Andrews Nesfield and William Eden Nesfield.
James-Fowler, Nina Gibbs, Ph.D. (1997), London (Crook, Joseph Mordaunt)
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William Pulteney Alison: activist philanthropist and pioneer of social medicine.
Martin, Sheonagh M.K., Ph.D. (1997), St. Andrews (Knox, William W.)
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From Banff to Bengal and beyond: the life, travels and writings of a remarkable N.E. loon, Robert Wilson, M.D. (1787-1871).
Watt, Thelma G., M.Litt. (1996), Aberdeen (Dukes, Paul)
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The Gothic revival and the Church of England, 1790-1840.
Bradley, Simon M., Ph.D. (1996), London (Newman, John A.)
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