18th-19th Century

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Evelyn Waugh and conversion to Roman Catholicism among English writers between 1890 and 1945.
Robert-Nicoud, Elie-Louis, M.Litt. (1991), Cambridge (Griffiths, E.)
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Social and labour relations at Pullars of Perth, 1882-1924.
Davies, John McG., Ph.D. (1991), Dundee (Whatley, C.A.)
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The search for a social philosophy: the idealists of late Victorian and Edwardian Britain.
Den Otter, Sandra M., D.Phil. (1991), Oxford (Harris, Jose F.)
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The social and political development of Keighley, with special reference to the response of the Liberal party to the rise of Labour, 1885-1914.
James, David, Ph.D. (1991), Council for National Academic Awards (Laybourn, K.; Stevenson, J.; Wright, D.G.)
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Philanthropy and the crippled child: the Band of Kindness and the Crippled Children's Help Society in Manchester and Salford, 1882-1948.
Mohr, Peter D., M.Sc. (1991), Manchester (Pickstone, J.V.)
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Canal boat people, 1840-1970.
Freer, Wendy J., Ph.D. (1991), Nottingham (Chapman, S.D.)
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Outdoor relief and methodological charity: aspects of provincial relationships and disharmonies, 1870-90.
Humphreys, Robert, Ph.D. (1991), London (Johnson, P.A.)
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The structure, organization and location of fixed-shop retailing in Wolverhampton, 1870-1914.
Jones, John, Ph.D. (1991), Council for National Academic Awards (Benson, J.; Leese, R.)
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Tuberculosis in Scotland, 1870-1960.
MacFarlane, Neil, Ph.D. (1991), Glasgow (Crowther, M. Anne)
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T.W. Russell: temperance orator, militant unionist missionary, radical land reformer and political pragmatist.
McKeown, Paschal A., Ph.D. (1991), Belfast (Bew, P.A.E.; Stewart, A.T.Q.)
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The National Union of Elementary Teachers, 1870-82.
Phillips, Trevor R., M.Phil. (1991), London (Aldrich, R.E.)
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The life and work of John Hall Gladstone (1827-1902), with particular reference to his contribution to elementary science education at the London School Board.
Coleman, Dena, Ph.D. (1991), London (Mansell, A.L.)
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Pastors and polemicists: the character of popular Anglicanism in S.E. Lancashire, 1847-1914.
Ford, Christopher S., Ph.D. (1991), Leeds (Hastings, Adrian)
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Dr. William Clifford, third bishop of Clifton (1857-93): his influence at the First Vatican Council and on the English Catholic Church.
Harding, John A., Ph.D. (1991), London (Champ, Judith F.)
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Sectarianism in the north west of England, with reference to class relationships in the City of Liverpool, 1846-1914.
Ingram, Philip, Ph.D. (1991), Council for National Academic Awards (King, Christine E.; Walton, J.K.)
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Indoor domestic servants under the age of fifteen in England and Wales, 1850-1914.
Seymour, Claire, Ph.D. (1991), Keele (Vincent, D.M.)
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Warwickshire Baptists, 1851-1921.
Taylor, Leonard C., Ph.D. (1991), Birmingham (McLeod, D.H.)
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Democratic Rhondda: politics and society, 1885-1951.
Williams, Christopher M., Ph.D. (1991), Wales (Smith, D.B.)
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The contribution of Cambridge and the Ecclesiological (late Cambridge Camden) Society to the revival of Anglican choral worship, 1839-62.
Adelmann, Dale L., Ph.D. (1991), Cambridge (Bowers, R.D.)
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The social lives of elite Philadelphian women, c.1760-1800.
Sanders, Rachael A., Ph.D. (2008), Cambridge
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In the shadows of the asylum: narratives of change and stagnation: c.1890-1930.
Douglas, Barbara, Ph.D. (2009), Exeter (Jackson, Mark)
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The medicalisation of maladjustment: the conceptualisation and management of child behaviour problems in Britain, c.1890-1955.
Hayes, Sarah, Ph.D. (2008), Exeter (Jackson, Mark A.; Melling, Joseph L.)
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Tradition is the foundation of invention: a critical review of the work of Sir Ambrose Heal (1872-1959), furniture designer, manufacturer and retailer.
Heal, O.S., Ph.D. (2008), Brunel
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A retreat from socialism? Labour and the bonfire of controls.
Irving, Henry, M.A. (2009), Leeds (Hartley, Owen A.; Whiting, Richard C.)
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Conflicting modernities? Arts and Crafts and commercial influences in the decoration of the middle-class home, 1890-1914.
Lara-Betancourt, Patricia, Ph.D. (2008), Kingston
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Matter over mind: the contributions of the neuropathologist Sir Frederick Walker Mott to British psychiatry, c.1895-1926.
Mathews, Sharon, Ph.D. (2006), Manchester (Worboys, Michael)
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The Victorian sublime': nationality and aesthetics in British culture.
Mitchard, Miles H., D.Phil. (2009), Sussex
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Nurture as well as nature: environmentalism in representations of women and exercise in Britain, from the 1880s to the early 1920s.
Aspinall, Susan, Ph.D. (2009), Warwick (Marland, Hilary; Thomson, Mathew)
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Intimate records: faith, family and the call of duty - the Bickersteth family, 1880-1918.
Ford, Margaret, Ph.D. (2008), Chichester (Morgan, Susan; Behagg, Clive)
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"I can do that too" had been my detestable cry': female activism, empire and cultural production, c.1880-1912, through the prism of Flora Annie Steel.
Goodwin, Gráinne, Ph.D. (2008), York (de Groot, Joanna)
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