Historical Research articles

Volume 89 (246)

Issue Information – TOC
vol. 89 (246): 589-589
The chronology of the de Mortemer family of Wigmore, c.1075–1185, and the consolidation of a Marcher lordship
Ian Mortimer, vol. 89 (246): 613-635
‘Per peli e per segni’. Muster rolls, lists and notes: practical military records relating to the last Florentine ordinanze and militia, from Machiavelli to the fall of the Republic (1506–30)
Andrea Guidi, vol. 89 (246): 673-686
Penitence, preachers and politics 1533–47: Thomas Cranmer's influence on church teaching on penance during the Henrician Reformation
Eric Bramhall, vol. 89 (246): 687-707
Lord Kames's analysis of the natural origins of religion: the Essays on the Principles of Morality and Natural Religion (1751)
R. J. W. Mills, vol. 89 (246): 751-775
A man called Mahaffy: an Irish cosmopolitan confronts crisis, 1899–1919
Tomás Irish, vol. 89 (246): 846-865

Volume 89 (245)

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vol. 89 (245): 397-397
History and biography
Lawrence Goldman, vol. 89 (245): 399-411
Magna Carta and the honour of Wallingford
Christopher Tilley, vol. 89 (245): 454-469

Volume 89 (243)

Neither Byzantine nor Islamic? The duke of the Thebaid and the formation of the Umayyad state
Marie Legendre, vol. 89 (243): 3-18
The land market and Anglo-Saxon society
Rory Naismith, vol. 89 (243): 19-41
The Engagement controversy: a victory for the English republic
Amos Tubb, vol. 89 (243): 42-61
The ‘stormy latitude of the law’: Chancery Lane and street improvement in late Georgian London
Francis Calvert Boorman, vol. 89 (243): 62-87
Of crofters, Celts and claymores: the Celtic Magazine and the Highland cultural nationalist movement, 1875–88
Ian B. Stewart, vol. 89 (243): 88-113
Humanitarian assistance during the Rif War (Morocco, 1921–6): the International Committee of the Red Cross and ‘an unfortunate affair’
Pablo La Porte, vol. 89 (243): 114-135
The art of governing contingency: rethinking the colonial history of diamond mining in Sierra Leone
Lorenzo D'Angelo, vol. 89 (243): 136-157
Royal death and living memorials: the funerals and commemoration of George V and George VI, 1936–52
Ina Zweiniger-Bargielowska, vol. 89 (243): 158-175
The Guildhall Library, Robert Bale and the writing of London history
Mary C. Erler, vol. 89 (243): 176-186

Volume 88 (242)

Tenure and property in medieval England
Susan Reynolds, vol. 88 (242): 563-576
The Bari charter of privileges of 1132: articulating the culture of a new Norman monarchy
Paul Oldfield, vol. 88 (242): 577-598
Donald Balloch, the ‘Treaty of Ardtornish-Westminster’ and the MacDonald raids of 1461–3
James Petre, vol. 88 (242): 599-628
Recovering Charles I's art collection: some implications of the 1660 Act of Indemnity and Oblivion
Andrew Barclay, vol. 88 (242): 629-649
Obstinate juries, impudent barristers and scandalous verdicts? Compensating the victims of the Gordon Riots of 1780 and the Priestley Riots of 1791
Jonathan Atherton, vol. 88 (242): 650-673
The ‘blood of the martyrs’ and the growth of Catholicism in late Chosŏn Korea
Andrew Finch, vol. 88 (242): 674-692
Notable protests: respectable resistance in occupied northern France, 1914–18
James E. Connolly, vol. 88 (242): 693-715
Sterilization and the British Conservative party: rethinking the failure of the Eugenics Society's political strategy in the nineteen-thirties
Bradley W. Hart, Richard Carr, vol. 88 (242): 716-739
Beyond co-operation and competition: Anglo-French relations, connected histories of decolonization and Rhodesia's Unilateral Declaration of Independence, 1965–80
Joanna Warson, vol. 88 (242): 740-764
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vol. 88 (242): 765-768

Volume 88 (241)

Royal and non-royal forests and chases in England and Wales
John Langton, vol. 88 (241): 381-401
The seditious murder of Thomas of Sibthorpe and the Great Statute of Treasons, 1351–2
David Crook, vol. 88 (241): 402-416
Mercantile conflict resolution and the role of the language of trust: a Danzig case in the middle of the sixteenth century
Justyna Wubs-Mrozewicz, vol. 88 (241): 417-440
‘Such nonsense that it cannot be true’: the Jacobite reaction to George Lockhart of Carnwath's Memoirs Concerning the Affairs of Scotland
Daniel Szechi, vol. 88 (241): 441-457
Local initiative, central oversight, provincial perspective: governing police forces in nineteenth-century Leeds
David Churchill, vol. 88 (241): 458-481
Liberal Unionism and political representation in Wales, c.1886–1893
Naomi Lloyd-Jones, vol. 88 (241): 482-507
Courting public favour: the Boy Scout movement and the accident of internationalism, 1907−29
Scott Johnston, vol. 88 (241): 508-529
Ballot papers and the practice of elections: Britain, France and the United States of America, c.1500–2000
Malcolm Crook, Tom Crook, vol. 88 (241): 530-561

Volume 88 (240)

An unrealized cult? Hagiography and Norman ducal genealogy in twelfth-century England
Ilya Afanasyev, vol. 88 (240): 193-212
Bishop William Laud and the parliament of 1626
Mark Parry, vol. 88 (240): 230-248
‘Now the mask is taken off’: Jacobitism and colonial New England, 1702–27
David Parrish, vol. 88 (240): 249-271
Religion, politics and patronage in the late Hanoverian navy, c.1780–c.1820
Gareth Atkins, vol. 88 (240): 272-290