18th-19th Century

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English Presbyterianism in Lancashire and Cheshire, 1700-c.1830.
Steers, Anthony D.G., M.Phil. (1998), Manchester
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Republicanism, patriotism and radicalism: political thought in Ireland, 1776-98.
Small, Stephen J., D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Stevenson, John; Philp, Mark F.E.)
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Proletarianization, parliamentary enclosure and the household economy of the labouring poor, 1750-1850.
Shaw-Taylor, Leigh M.W., Ph.D. (1999), Cambridge (Smith, Richard M.)
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The world view of Oliver Heaviside.
Sealey, David, Ph.D. (1999), Lancaster (Harman, Peter M.)
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The administration of the poor law in the city of Worcester in the 18th century.
Sanders, Margaret H., M.Phil. (1999), Coventry (Trueman, B.E.S.; Phillips, B.C.)
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Social and political determinants in the identity of 19th-century English art education.
Romans, Mervyn, Ph.D. (1999), Central England in Birmingham (Swift, J.; Stanley, N.; Seed, John)
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A tory Anglican hegemony misrepresented: clergy politics and the people in the diocese of Lincoln, c.1770-1830.
Harratt, S.R.C., Ph.D. (1997), Lancaster
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Joseph Johnson and the politics of publishing.
Braithwaite, Helen, Ph.D. (1998), Birmingham
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The radicalism of Joseph Chamberlain: his ideas and actions in the context of Birmingham in the 1870s.
Maekawa, Ichiro, M.Phil. (1998), Birmingham
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Victorian suburbanization of Glasgow, 1830s-1910s.
Tang, Tommy, Ph.D. (1995), Strathclyde
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'Your wee bit hill and glen': the cultural politics of the Scottish Highlands, c.1918-1945.
Lorimer, Hayden, Ph.D. (1997), Loughborough
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A study of the dietary of necessitous children during the 19th and 20th centuries within the framework of educational and social reforms.
O'Leary, Kathleen M., M.Phil. (1997), Loughborough
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The music of St. Paul's Cathedral, 1872-1972: the origins and development of the modern cathedral choir.
Storey, Timothy C., M.Mus. (1998), Durham
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'The contention of power': the role of the Jesuits in the Catholic life of Bristol, 1700-1830.
Hankins, Kenneth M.W., Ph.D. (1998), Bristol
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The workshops of the cutlery industry in Hallamshire, 1750-1900.
Beauchamp, Victoria A., Ph.D. (1996), Sheffield
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Whitelands College, John Ruskin and the education of women, 1850-1900.
Cocker, Helen L., M.Phil. (1997), Surrey
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The poor law in Ireland, 1838-52: the Ballymoney and Magherafelt Unions
Getty, David I., D.Phil. (1991), Ulster
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Military science and military history: Bloch, Fuller, Henderson and the Royal United Service Institution, 1830-1901.
Welch, Michael D., Ph.D. (1997), Lancaster
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Public health and mortality in Preston, 1841-71: the relationship between class and health.
Bell, Frances N., Ph.D. (1995), Lancaster
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Developments in infant health and education in Manchester.
Williams, Eunice, Ph.D. (1997), Manchester
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'The empire of learning': the school board of Glasgow and elementary education, 1872-85, with particular reference to the work of William Mitchell.
Winters, Richard, Ph.D. (1997), Glasgow
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A study of the activities of committed nonconformists in the areas of Street, Som., and Bristol city during the 19th and early 20th centuries, and their impact on the contemporary social environment.
Parrack, Dennis S., M.Litt. (1993), Bristol
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The rich and the poor: Jewish philanthropy and social control in 19th-century London.
Rozin, Mordechai, Ph.D. (1996), Kent
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N. Hingley and Sons Limited, BlackCountry anchor smith and chain cable maker: a study of the world's premier manufacturer of ship's anchors and cables in the period 1890-1918.
Mallin, Kenneth, Ph.D. (1996), Warwick
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Centres of calculation: a study of accounting and local government in England and Wales, 1800-1995.
Jones, Geoffrey, Ph.D. (1997), Open University
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The early silk industry and demographic change in eastern Cheshire.
Ferguson, Craig J., M.Phil. (1994), Manchester (Nash, Robert C.)
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Female spirituality amongst nonconformists, 1825-75.
Wilson, Linda, Ph.D. (1997), Bristol
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The impact of industrialization on adult mortality in eastern Scotland, c.1810-1861.
Ball, Emma, Ph.D. (1997), St. Andrews
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Domestic servants in 19th-century Dundee.
Merchant, Jeanette, Ph.D. (1999), Dundee (Whatley, Christopher A.)
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Accounting and estate management in N.E. England, c.1700-c.1770, with particular reference to the Bowes estate.
McCollum-Oldroyd, David A., M.Phil. (1998), Durham (Lomas, Richard A.)
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