18th-19th Century

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A history of port health in Southampton, 1872-1919.
Towner, Katrina, Ph.D. (2009), Southampton (Ernst, Waltraud)
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Aspects of infant mortality in a university town, Cambridge 1875-1911.
Walsh, Joan, Ph.D. (2008), Open University
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The London Charity Organisation Society, 1869-1914: a critical examination of the extent to which its district committees' work and practices conformed with 'classic' Charity Organisation Society principles.
Bayley, Trevor, Ph.D. (2009), Edge Hill (Feehan, Laurie J.; Spalding, Roger H.)
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A policeman’s lot: the nature and dynamics of the Monmouthshire constabulary, 1857-1914.
Gregory, Margaret, M.Phil. (2009), Cardiff (Jones, William)
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The British government's response to mainland Irish terrorism, c.1867-c.1979.
Hassett, Michael E., Ph.D. (2008), Open University
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Beyond the ideal: motherhood in industrial Lancashire, 1860-1937.
Moore, Francesca P.L., Ph.D. (2008), Cambridge
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Strategies of sensation and the transformations of the press, 1860-80: Mary Braddon, Florence Marryat and Ellen Wood, female author-editors, and the sensation phenomenon in mid Victorian magazine publishing.
Palmer, Beth, D.Phil. (2008), Oxford
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Intermediate educational provision for girls in Northern Ireland, 1867-1947.
Rush, Claire, Ph.D. (2009), Belfast (O'Dowd, Mary)
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Local authorities and the management of the common lodging house in Lancashire, 1851-1914.
Fisher, Eleanor, Ph.D. (2009), Lancaster (Philips, Gordon)
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Material culture and the transfer of female gentility to the British empire during the latter half of the 19th century.
Lawrence, Diane, Ph.D. (2009), Lancaster (Constantine, Stephen; Barber, Sarah)
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Joseph Dixon and the archdiocese of Armagh, 1852-66.
McKinney, Amy, Ph.D. (2008), Belfast (Connolly, Sean J.)
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Gardens for the London child: the utilisation of gardens and nature for the physical, educational and psychological development of children in London, 1850-1939.
Stacy, Lorna, Ph.D. (2008), Bristol
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The Metropolitan Police, 1850-1914: targeting, harassment and the creation of a criminal class.
Stanford, Terence G., Ph.D. (2009), Huddersfield (Taylor, D.; Ward, P.J.)
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Urban liturgy in the Church of England: a historical, theological and anthropological analysis of the mid Victorian slum priest ritualists and their legacy.
Stratford, Tim, Ph.D. (2008), Sheffield
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Immortalising the past: symphonic reception, idealism and canon in mid Victorian London.
Williams, Timothy R., Ph.D. (2009), Cambridge
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Changes to the celibacy rules at Oxford and Cambridge universities.
Duckenfield, Bridget, Ph.D. (2009), Kingston (Davis, John; Cunningham, Gail; Betteridge, Tom)
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The Castle, the custom house and the cabinet: administration and policy in famine Ireland, 1845-9.
Dunn, Nicholas R., D.Phil. (2008), Oxford
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Faith, fish, farm or family? The impact of kinship links on migration choices and residential persistence in north Devon, 1841-1901.
Few, Janet M., Ph.D. (2009), Exeter (French, Henry; Overton, Mark)
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Workplace protest and popular politics on the north-east coalfield, 1844-69.
Flanagan, John, Ph.D. (2008), Sunderland
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The spiritual, social and emotional significance of death and dying in Yorkshire, c.1840-c.1914.
Frisby, Helen, Ph.D. (2009), Leeds (Mellor, Philip A.; McIntosh, Esther)
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The Church of Ireland and the famine in Ulster.
Tumelty, Kathryn, Ph.D. (2007), Belfast (Connolly, Sean J.)
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Health provision for transient workers in industry: some initiatives of owners and contractors, 1840-1950.
Wardropper, Jane H., Ph.D. (2007), Birmingham
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The tensions and conflict caused by the changes and continuity of local rural subsistence customary rights, in diverse regional landscapes, 1840-1914.
Young, Tracey, Ph.D. (2009), Hertfordshire (Davies, Owen)
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Beyond the Anglican rite: a reassessment of the life and works of Thomas Attwood Walmisley (1814-56).
Abbott, Nicholas K.G., M.Phil. (2009), Bristol
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Metaphysics in educational theory: educational philosophy and teacher training in England (1839-1944).
Berner, Ashley Rogers, D.Phil. (2008), Oxford
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'All is race': race, nation and empire in the writings and praxis of Benjamin Disraeli.
Borgstede, Simone B., Ph.D. (2009), London (Hall, Catherine M.)
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Ireland, religion and reform: Archbishop Richard Whately, 1831-63.
Boylan, Ciara, D.Phil. (2008), Oxford
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The critical reception of G.F. Watts (1817-1904).
Burgess, Margaret E., D.Phil. (2008), Oxford
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The great chain of unreason: the publication and distribution of 'rejected knowledge' in England during the Victorian era.
Gilbert, Robert A., Ph.D. (2009), London
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A regional, quantitative and qualitative study of the employment, disciplining and discharging of workhouse medical officers of the New Poor Law throughout 19th-century England and Wales.
Price, K.P., Ph.D. (2008), Oxford Brookes
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