Bibliographic update January 2015: All

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John Charmley, vol. 99 (337): 567-567
The Amherst Embassy and British Discoveries in China
Gao Hao, vol. 99 (337): 568-587
Toasting Fox: The Fox Dinners in Edinburgh and Glasgow, 1801–1825
T. E. Orme, vol. 99 (337): 588-606
Eighteenth-Century Jamaica's Ambivalent Cosmopolitanism
James Robertson, vol. 99 (337): 607-631
Britain, Balkan Conflicts and the Evolving Conceptions of Militarism, 1875–1913
Mika Suonpää, vol. 99 (337): 632-651
Britain's Crimean War Trophy Guns: The Case of Ludlow and the Marches
Roger Bartlett, Roy Payne, vol. 99 (337): 652-669
Böhmen: Eine Geschichte. By Lothar Höbelt. Karolinger Verlag. 2013. 214pp. £19.99.
T. G. Otte, vol. 99 (337): 670-672
The Norns in Old Norse Mythology. By Karen Bek-Pedersen. Dunedin Academic Press. 2011. xvi + 224pp. £30.00.
Christopher Callow, vol. 99 (337): 672-674
Locating the Middle Ages: The Spaces and Places of Medieval Culture. Edited by Julian Weiss and Sarah Salih. King's College London Centre for Late Antique & Medieval Studies. 2012. xxxvi + 250pp. £50.00.
Leonie Hicks, vol. 99 (337): 674-675
The ‘De Re Militari’ of Vegetius: The Reception, Transmission and Legacy of a Roman Text in the Middle Ages. By Christopher Allmand. Cambridge University Press. 2011. xii + 399pp. £60.00.
Nicholas Vincent, vol. 99 (337): 675-676
Wales and the Britons, 350–1064. By T. M. Charles-Edwards. Oxford University Press. 2012. xx + 795pp. £95.00.
Euryn Rhys Roberts, vol. 99 (337): 676-679
Money in the Medieval English Economy: 973–1489. By Jim Bolton. Manchester University Press. 2012. xv + 317pp. £19.99.
Philip Slavin, vol. 99 (337): 679-680
John of Brienne: King of Jerusalem, Emperor of Constantinople, c.1175–1237. By Guy Perry. Cambridge University Press. 2013. xiv + 221pp. £55.00.
Nicholas Morton, vol. 99 (337): 680-682
Popular Protest in Late Medieval English Towns. By Samuel K. Cohn, Jr. Cambridge University Press. 2012. xii + 375pp. £60.00.
Sean McGlynn, vol. 99 (337): 682-683
Worship and the Parish Church in Early Modern Britain. Edited by Natalie Mears and Alec Ryrie. St Andrews Studies in Reformation History. Ashgate. 2013. xi + 250pp. £70.00.
Jane E. A. Dawson, vol. 99 (337): 684-685
Being Protestant in Reformation Britain. By Alec Ryrie. Oxford University Press. 2013. xiii + 498pp. £45.00.
Helen Parish, vol. 99 (337): 685-687
Baal's Priests: The Loyalist Clergy and the English Revolution. By Fiona McCall. Ashgate. 2013. xvi + 336pp. £70.00.
Ted Vallance, vol. 99 (337): 687-688
Literature, Religion and the Evolution of Culture 1660–1780. By Howard D. Weinbrot. The Johns Hopkins University Press. 2013. xii + 371pp. £31.00.
G. M. Ditchfield, vol. 99 (337): 688-690
The Birth of the Royal Marines: 1664–1802. By Britt Zerbe. Boydell. 2013. 292pp. £60.00.
Samuel McLean, vol. 99 (337): 690-691
The Letters of Theophilus Lindsey (1723–1808). II. 1789–1808. Edited by G. M. Ditchfield. Church of England Record Society, vol. 19. Boydell. 2012. lxxvii + 939pp. £100.
Nigel Aston, vol. 99 (337): 692-693
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