18th-19th Century

Results
Secondary education in Manchester, 1867-1901.
Springett, M. Isobel, M.Phil. (1992), Manchester (Rose, M.E.)
Thesis
The Irish in N. Lancashire and W. Cumberland, c.1850-1906: aspects of the social history of Barrow-in-Furness, Cleator Moor and their hinterlands.
MacRaild, Donald M., Ph.D. (1993), Sheffield (Martin, D.E.)
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The career of F.B. Meyer, 1847-1929.
Randall, I.M., M.Phil. (1992), Council for National Academic Awards
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English Catholic devotion, 1850-1914.
Heimann, Mary E., D.Phil. (1992), Oxford (Garnett, E. Jane)
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The poor law of lunacy: the administration of pauper lunatics in mid 19th-century England, with special emphasis on Leicestershire and Rutland.
Bartlett, Peter, Ph.D. (1993), London (Bynum, W.F.)
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Influence of pressure groups on British foreign policy during the 'scramble for Africa', c.1880-95.
Rees, Christian J., Ph.D. (1994), Wales (Chamberlain, Muriel E.)
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Cholera in the large towns of the West and East Ridings, 1848-93.
Sigsworth, Michael, Ph.D. (1992), Council for National Academic Awards (Worboys, M.R.; Salt, J.)
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Paternalism in the coalmining industry: the case of the Clay Cross company, c.1840-1890.
Williams, Clifton, M.Phil. (1993), Nottingham Trent (Holmes, C.; Hill, J.; Griffin, C.P.)
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The life and work of Sir John Charles Robinson (1824-1913): his role as a connoisseur and creator of public and private collections of works of art.
Davies, Helen E., D.Phil. (1992), Oxford (Haskell, F.J.H.)
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The development of cremation in England and Wales, 1820-1990: a sociological analysis.
Jupp, Peter C., Ph.D. (1993), London (Barker, Eileen V.)
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A.J. Balfour and education, 1896-1911.
Gibson, Robert S., Ph.D. (1992), Liverpool (Betts, R.S.)
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Stott & Sons: architects of the Lancashire cotton mill.
Holden, R.N., M.Phil. (1992), Exeter
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The 4th Earl Grey and imperial federation: British politics and the Empire, 1880-1917.
Lyon, Neil B., M.A. (1992), Durham (Williamson, P.A.)
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The social history of Ashfield, 1880-1930, with special reference to the rise and influence of organized religion.
Breckles, Robert W., M.Phil. (1993), Nottingham (Meller, Helen E.)
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The treatment of delinquent and potentially delinquent children and young persons in Scotland, 1866-1937.
Collin, Margaret C.J.C., Ph.D. (1992), Strathclyde (Fraser, W.H.)
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Christian Science: an American religion in Britain, 1895-1930.
Gartrell-Mills, Claire F., D.Phil. (1991), Oxford (Wilson, B.R.)
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Safonau byw ac iechyd yng Ngwynedd, 1850-1914. (Standards of living and health in Gwynedd, 1850-1914.)
Roberts, Hubert G., Ph.D. (1993), Wales (Davies, J.)
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From danger to scandal. Debating sexuality in Victorian England: the Contagious Diseases Acts (1864-9) and the morbid imagery of Victorian society.
Taithe, Bertrand O., Ph.D. (1992), Manchester (Joyce, P.J.)
Thesis
The history of suicide in England and Wales, 1850-1961, with special reference to suicide by poisoning.
Clarke, Michael J., D.Phil. (1993), Oxford (Smith, R.E.; Earles, M.P.)
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The politics of nurse education, 1860-1948.
Rafferty, Anne M., D.Phil. (1992), Oxford (Webster, C.)
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The contribution of the College of Preceptors to education in England, 1846-1917.
Willis, Richard S.J., M.Phil. (1993), Leeds (Sharp, P.R.)
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Mid 19th-century voting behaviour in Leicester: influences of social class and political generation.
Hunting, J.E., B.Phil. (1991), Open University
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A critical investigation into Nonconformity and social reform in Swansea, 1851-1914.
Cook, Lorainne A., M.Phil. (1992), Council for National Academic Awards (Reid, K.C.; Horlock, D.; McCarry, T.J.)
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The social context of medical practice: gynaecology in Glasgow, 1850-1914.
Bevan, Michael J., Ph.D. (1992), Essex (Jordanova, Ludmilla J.)
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N. Westmorland, 1841-81: aspects of its historical geography.
Shepherd, Margaret E., Ph.D. (1992), Cambridge (Billinge, M.D.)
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Modes of political expression and working-class radicalism, 1848-74: the London and Manchester examples.
Taylor, Anthony D., Ph.D. (1992), Manchester (Prothero, I.J.)
Thesis
William Kelly: `born for the universe'.
Taylor, Malcolm L., M.Phil. (1993), Teesside (Hempstead, C.A.; Moore, J.A.)
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The effect of the coming of the railway on the towns and villages of E. Kent, 1841-1914.
Andrews, Frank W.G., Ph.D. (1993), Kent (Armstrong, W.A.; Whyman, J.)
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Alexander Forbes of Brechin (1817-75): the first Tractarian bishop.
Strong, Rowan G.W., Ph.D. (1992), Edinburgh
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Mid 19th-century population changes in a developing east coast port: Grimsby, 1841-61.
Gerrish, Margaret M., Ph.D. (1992), Hull (Ambler, R.W.)
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