18th-19th Century

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Sir George Clerk: his career and diplomacy.
Protheroe, Gerald J., Ph.D. (1999), London
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Freemasonry in Edinburgh, 1721-46: institutions and context.
Kahler, Mary L., Ph.D. (1998), St. Andrews (Mason, Roger A.)
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The town plans of Glasgow, 1764-1865: a history and cartobibliography.
Moore, John N., M.Litt. (1994), Glasgow
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The role of banks in industrial finance in Yorkshire, 1895-1914.
Silverman, Miriam P., M.A. (1997), Leeds (Caunce, Stephen; Collins, Michael)
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The influence of Wesleyan Methodism on elementary education in England in the period 1849-1901, with particular reference to the work of Dr. James Harrison Rigg.
Smith, John T., Ph.D. (1995), Hull
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The small ports and landing-places of the River Tay, c.1750-1850.
Duncan, Philip J., Ph.D. (1996), Dundee
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Potato-harvesting in the Lothians, 1870-1995.
Holmes, Heather D., Ph.D. (1996), Edinburgh
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Boarding-out the insane, 1857-1913: a study of the Scottish system.
Sturdy, Harriet C.G., Ph.D. (1996), Glasgow (Parry-Jones, W. Ll.)
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The development of the School Medical Service and decline of the half-time system, 1880-1920.
Taylor, Steven, Ph.D. (1996), Manchester
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Technological change and the evolution of corporate innovation, [1890-1990].
Anderson, H.B., Ph.D. (1997), Reading
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The pupil-teacher centre in England and Wales in the late 19th and early 20th centuries: policy, practice and promise.
Robinson, W., Ph.D. (1997), Cambridge (Gardner, P.W.)
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Public chamber-music concerts in London, 1835-50: aspects of history, repertory and reception.
Bashford, Christina M., Ph.D. (1996), London
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Breaching the Bastille: aspects of gender, class and politics in the women's movement to reform the 19th-century English workhouse.
Chantry, Angela, Ph.D. (1999), Kent (Wells, Roger A.E.)
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Arts and arms: political literature, military defeat and the fall of the Newcastle ministry, 1754-6.
Cardwell, M. John, D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Langford, Paul)
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The tour journals of Wales, 1770-1810.
Buck, Edmund, M.Phil. (1999), Wales (Williams, Christopher M.)
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Who cares? The morphology of 'caring' in children's hospitals, 1852-1950, with special reference to the Jenny Lind Hospital for Sick Children, Norwich.
Lindsay, Bruce, Ph.D. (2000), East Anglia
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Death and narration in Victorian literature, 1830-60.
Meyer, Basil, Ph.D. (2001), London
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James Crossley, publisher, critic, collector and bibliographer: a Manchester man of letters.
Collins, Stephen F., Ph.D. (2001), Manchester Metropolitan
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Civic thought in Britain, c.1820-c.1860.
Hunt, Tristram J.W., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge
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Recruiting the British army, 1807-15.
Linch, Kevin B., Ph.D. (2001), Leeds
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A study of the management of metalliferous mining in 19th-century Cornwall, with particular reference to the Thomas family.
Mann, Jacqueline H., M.Phil. (1999), Exeter
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Problems of a garrison town: Windsor, 1815-55.
Mitchell, Brigitte, Ph.D. (2001), Reading
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Home landscapes: amateur gardening and popular horticulture in the making of personal, national and imperial identities, 1815-1914.
Preston, Rebecca, Ph.D. (2000), London
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Transport developments in the Scottish Highlands in the early 19th century.
Smith, John A.R., Ph.D. (2001), Aberdeen
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The endowed schools of Montrose, 1800-72.
Socha, Frances A., M.Ed. (2000), Dundee
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'Unselfish' desires: daughters of the Anglican clergy, 1830-1914.
Yamaguchi, Midori, Ph.D. (2001), Essex
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Some aspects of the law of nationality in 19th-century Britain.
Graf, Simon-Peter, M.Litt. (1999), Oxford
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'A less perfect reflection': perceptions of Luther in the 19th-century Church of England.
Lethaby, Julie I., Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge
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Empires of patronage: Colonel William Sykes and the politics of Victorian science.
Beecroft, Mark E., Ph.D. (1999), Kent (Smith, Crosbie W.)
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Towards cultural democracy: contradiction and crisis in British and U.S. cultural policy, 1870-1990.
Bilton, Chris, Ph.D. (1997), Warwick
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