University of Birmingham Historical Journal
vol. 1, 1947/48 – vol. 12, 1969/70

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University of Birmingham Historical Journal 1, 1947/48
J. Oliver THOMSON, Orbis Terrarum: Some Reflections on the Roman Empire, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 1, 1947/48, p. 1
Margaret GALWAY, Joan of Kent and the Order of the Garter, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 1, 1947/48, p. 13
R.R. BETTS, Jerome of Prague, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 1, 1947/48, p. 51
Philip STYLES, The Corporation of Bewdley under the Later Stuarts, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 1, 1947/48, p. 92
Charles Grant ROBERTSON, The Imperial Problem in North America in the 18th Century, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 1, 1947/48, p. 134
Gilbert WALKER, The Growth of Population in Birmingham and the Black Country between the Wars, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 1, 1947/48, p. 158
F.J. TRITSCH, A Minoan Chapter of Greek History, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 1, 1947/48, p. 181
Geoffrey TEMPLEMAN, The History of Parliament to 1400 in the Light of Modern Research, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 1, 1947/48, p. 202
Mary RANSOME, The Parliamentary Career of Sir Humphrey Mackworth, 1701-1713, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 1, 1947/48, p. 232
Conrad GILL, Birmingham under the Street Commissioners, 1769-1851, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 1, 1947/48, p. 255
H.P. ADAMS, Political and Historical Thought in the French Revolution, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 1, 1947/48, p. 288
J.F.D. SHREWSBURY, A Bacteriologist's Approach to History, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 1, 1947/48, p. 323
J.A.H., Charles Grant Robertson (1869-1948) [Obituary], in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 1, 1947/48, p. 350


University of Birmingham Historical Journal 2, 1949/50
R.T. Rundle CLARK, The Legend of the Phoenix (Part I), in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 2, 1949/50, p. 1
R.H. HILTON, Winchcombe Abbey and the Manor of Sherborne, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 2, 1949/50, p. 31
M.J. WISE, Birmingham and its Trade Relations in the Early 18th Century, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 2, 1949/50, p. 53
S.M. HARDY, The Budgets and the Colonies, c. 1790-1830, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 2, 1949/50, p. 80
J.A. HAWGOOD; J.S. STEPHENS (eds.), A Letter from Baron Christian von Bunsen to Francis Lieber [Document], in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 2, 1949/50, p. 97
R.T. Rundle CLARK, The Legend of the Phoenix (Part II), in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 2, 1949/50, p. 105
R.A. PELHAM, The West Midland Iron Industry and the American Market in the 18th Century, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 2, 1949/50, p. 141
S.J. LANGLEY, The Wednesday Tube Trade, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 2, 1949/50, p. 163
R.A. LEWIS, Edwin Chadwick and the Administrative Reform Movement, 1854-6, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 2, 1949/50, p. 178
H.A. CRONNE (ed.), An Adreement between Simon, Bishop of Worcester and Waleran, Earl of Worcester [Document], in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 2, 1949/50, p. 201
H.A. CRONNE; R.H. HILTON (eds.), The Beauchamp Household Book: An Account of a Journey from London to Warwick in 1432, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 2, 1949/50, p. 208

University of Birmingham Historical Journal 3, 1951/52
D.A. MALCOLM, Urbs Aeterna, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 3, 1951/52, p. 1
R.A. PELHAM, The Provisioning of the Lincoln Parliament of 1301, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 3, 1951/52, p. 16
Philip STYLES, A Census of a Warwickshire Village in 1698, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 3, 1951/52, p. 33
E. KOUTAISOFF; A.S.C. ROSS, Tatischev's 'Joachim Chronicle', in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 3, 1951/52, p. 52
Richard PADLEY, The Beginnings of the British Alkali Industry, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 3, 1951/52, p. 64
John A. HAWGOOD, Friedrich von Roenne: A German Tocqueville, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 3, 1951/52, p. 79
   R.W. Seton Watson: An Appreciation [Obituary], in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 3, 1951/52, after p. 94
R.F. WILLETTS, The Historical Importance of the Gortyn Laws, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 3, 1951/52, p. 95
T. Jones PIERCE, The Laws of Wales: the Kindred and the Blood-Feud, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 3, 1951/52, p. 119
D.M. BARRATT, The Inclosure of the Manor of Wasperton in 1664, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 3, 1951/52, p. 138
Charles BLOUNT, Bentham, Dumont and Mirabeau, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 3, 1951/52, p. 153
W. CARR, The Growth of German National Consciousness in Schleswig-Holstein, 1815-48, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 3, 1951/52, p. 168

University of Birmingham Historical Journal 4, 1953/54
R.H. HILTON, Gloucester Abbey Leases of the late 13th Century, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 4, 1953/54, p. 1
R.A. PELHAM, The Establishment of the Willoughby Ironworks in North Warwickshire in the 16th Century, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 4, 1953/54, p. 18
J.S. STEPHENS, Nathaniel Morgan: Quaker Radical and Herefordshire Reformer, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 4, 1953/54, p. 30
Roland SMITH, Manchester as a Centre for the Manufacture and Merchanting of Cotton Goods, 1820-30, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 4, 1953/54, p. 47
D.W.J. JOHNSON, Sir James Graham and the "Derby Dilly", in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 4, 1953/54, p. 66
Margaret ARCHER, Philip Repingdon, Bishop of Lincoln, and his Cathedral Chapter, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 4, 1953/54, p. 81
D. McN. LOCKIE, The Political Creer of the Bishop of Ross, 1568-80: The Background to a Contemporary Life of Mary Stuart, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 4, 1953/54, p. 98
Trygve R. THOLFSEN, The Artisan and the Culture of Early Victorian Birmingham, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 4, 1953/54, p. 146
A.P.D. THOMSON, The Chamberlain Memorial Tower, University of Birmingham, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 4, 1953/54, p. 167
J. GIBBS, An Early Letter of Philip II of Spain, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 4, 1953/54, p. 180
Philip STYLES, John Sturge Stephens, 1891-1954 [obituary], in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 4, 1953/54, p. 182

University of Birmingham Historical Journal 5, 1955/56
R.T. Rundle CLERK, Some Hymns to the Nile, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 5, 1955/56, p. 1
E.R.C. BRINKWORTH, The Laudian Church in Buckinghamshire, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 5, 1955/56, p. 31
R.A. PELHAM, The Worcester and Birmingham Canal, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 5, 1955/56, p. 60
P.A.M. TAYLOR, Emigrants' problems in Crossing the West, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 5, 1955/56, p. 83
H.P. ADAMS, Sir Raymond Beazley, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 5, 1955/56, p. 103
Philip STYLES, A Letter of Dugdale, 1653, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 5, 1955/56, p. 108
W.S. ROBINS, The Messene Affair, 201 B.C., in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 5, 1955/56, p. 113
D.R. DUDLEY, The Barbarian Confederacy and the Expansion of Rome, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 5, 1955/56, p. 119
W.J. SPARROW, Benjamin Thompson and Lord George Germain, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 5, 1955/56, p. 138
S.M. HARDY, The Development of Coal Mining in a North Derbyshire Village, 1635-1860, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 5, 1955/56, p. 147
D.E.C. EVERSLEY, The Great Western Railway and the Swindon Works in the Great Depression, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 5, 1955/56, p. 167
A. GOODER, Two Letters relating to the Manor and Rectory of Birmingham, 1704-1713, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 5, 1955/56, p. 191
J.A. HAWGOOD, An Early Letter of William Tecumseh Sherman, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 5, 1955/56, p. 201

University of Birmingham Historical Journal 6, 1957/58
P.H. SAWYER, The Density of the Danish Settlement in England, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 6, 1957/58, p. 1
H.A. CRONNE, The Office of Local Justiciar in England under the Norman Kings, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 6, 1957/58, p. 18
Elizabeth K. BERRY, The Borough of Droitwich and its Salt Industry, 1215-1700, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 6, 1957/58, p. 39
Douglas JOHNSON, The Foreign Policy of Guizot, 1840-1848, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 6, 1957/58, p. 62
H.M. SWIDERSKA, A Polish Follower of Wyclif in the Fifteenth Century, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 6, 1957/58, p. 88
W.S. ROBINS, The Position of the Helots in the Time of Nabis, 206-192 B.C., in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 6, 1957/58, p. 93
J.G. DAVIES, Condemnation to the Mines: A Neglected Chapter in the History of the Persecutions, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 6, 1957/58, p. 99
R.J. KNECHT, The Episcopate and the Wars of the Roses, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 6, 1957/58, p. 108
Mary RANSOME, Some Recent Studies of the Composition of the House of Commons, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 6, 1957/58, p. 132
P.T. UNDERDOWN, Religious Opposition to Licensing the Bristol and Birmingham Theatres, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 6, 1957/58, p. 149
R.A. PELHAM, Corn Milling and the Industrial Revolution in England in the Eighteenth Century, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 6, 1957/58, p. 161
H.A. CRONNE, An Interim List of Errata and Addenda to Davis's Regesta Regum Anglo-Normannorum, Volumes I and II, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 6, 1957/58, p. 176

University of Birmingham Historical Journal 7, 1959/60
T.A. DOREY, Roman Casualty Figures at Trasimene and Cannae, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 7, 1959/60, p. 1
D.R. DUDLEY, The Celebration of Claudius' British Victories, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 7, 1959/60, p. 6
Margaret GALWAY, Froissart in England, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 7, 1959/60, p. 18
J.E. PILGRIM, The Rise of the 'New Draperies' in Essex, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 7, 1959/60, p. 36
Eric ROBINSON, Boulton and Fothergill, 1762-1782, and the Birmingham Export of Hardware, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 7, 1959/60, p. 60
J.A. HAWGOOD, John C. Frémont and the Bear Flag Revolution, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 7, 1959/60, p. 80
J. GIBBS, Richard Cooper and the Spanish Plate Fleet of 1533, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 7, 1959/60, p. 101
J.K. WILKINSON, Cicero as a Provincial Governor, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 7, 1959/60, p. 105
E.W. IVES, The Reputation of the Common Lawyer in English Society, 1450-1550, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 7, 1959/60, p. 130
M.E. YAPP, The Control of the Persian Mission, 1822-1836, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 7, 1959/60, p. 162
S.M. HARDY, Wilmot-Horton's Government of Ceylon, 1831-1837, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 7, 1959/60, p. 180
P.B. WIENER, The Student Corporations in Western Germany, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 7, 1959/60, p. 200

University of Birmingham Historical Journal 8, 1962
T.A. DOREY, Adultery and Propaganda in the Early Roman Empire, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 8, 1962, p. 1
Margaret GELLING, Place-Names and Anglo-Saxon Paganism, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 8, 1962, p. 7
H.A. CRONNE, Charter Scholarship in England, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 8, 1962, p. 26
Douglas JOHNSON, Austen Chamberlain and the Locarno Agreements, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 8, 1962, p. 62
M.W. FARR, Correspondence between Sir Robert Throckmorton and Nathaniel Pigott, 1706-7, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 8, 1962, p. 82
Philip STYLES, Reginald Robert Betts, 1903-61 [obituary], in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 8, 1962, p. 93
R.M. HAINES, Wolstan de Bransford, Prior and Bishop of Worcester, c. 1280-1349, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 8, 1962, p. 97
Jean R. BIRRELL, The Forest Economy of the Honour of Tutbury in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 8, 1962, p. 114
J.F. POUND, An Elizabethan Census of the Poor, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 8, 1962, p. 135
Douglas JOHNSON; A.S. BAXENDALE, Uganda and Great Britain, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 8, 1962, p. 162
T.H. LLOYD, Ploughing Services on the Demesnes of the Bishop of Worcester in the Late Thirteenth Century [Summary of thesis], in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 8, 1962, p. 189
Jennifer GRANT, The Gentry of London in the Reign of Charles I [Summary of thesis], in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 8, 1962, p. 197

University of Birmingham Historical Journal 9, 1963/64
J.F. DAVIS, Lollards, Reformers and St. Thomas of Canterbury, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 9, 1963/64, p. 1
R.J. KNECHT, The Concordat of 1516, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 9, 1963/64, p. 16
Philip STYLES, The Evolution of the Law of Settlement, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 9, 1963/64, p. 33
R.A. PELHAM, The Water-Power Crisis in Birmingham in the Eighteenth Century, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 9, 1963/64, p. 64
J. Merton ENGLAND, England and America in the Schoolbooks of the Republic, 1783-1861, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 9, 1963/64, p. 92
Laura M. NICHOLLS, The Lay Subsidy of 1523, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 9, 1963/64, p. 113
A.M. MIMARDIÈRE, The Finances of a Warwickshire Gentry Family, 1693-1726, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 9, 1963/64, p. 130
J.M. MARTIN, The Cost of Parliamentary Enclosure in Warwickshire, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 9, 1963/64, p. 144
R.A. LEWIS, William Day and the Poor Law Commissioners, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 9, 1963/64, p. 163

University of Birmingham Historical Journal 10, 1965/66
J.J. WILKES, The Military Achievement of Augustus in Europe: with special reference to Illyricum, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 10, 1965/66, p. 1
Carolyn MERION, Elizabeth and Essex: The Rise of a Dramatic Legend, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 10, 1965/66, p. 28
Theodore A. WILSON; Frnak J. MERLI, Naylor's Case and the Dilemma of the Protectorate, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 10, 1965/66, p. 44
S.M. HARDY, The Invention of the Link-Motion: The Case against Burgh and Howe, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 10, 1965/66, p. 60
R.H. HILTON, Building Accounts of Elmley Castle, Worcestershire, 1345-6, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 10, 1965/66, p. 78
C.C. DYER, Note on the Pottery and other Objects from Elmley Castle, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 10, 1965/66, p. 88
J.A. HAWGOOD, A Letter of John Augustus Sutter, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 10, 1965/66, p. 90
P.A. BILL, Five Aspects of the the Medieval Parochial Clergy of Warwickshire, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 10, 1965/66, p. 95
A.D. DYER, The Economy of Tudor Worcester, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 10, 1965/66, p. 117
Marie B. ROWLANDS, The Progress of Catholics in Staffordshire, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 10, 1965/66, p. 137
Richard A.H. ROBINSON, Calvo Sotelo's Bloque Nacional and its Manifesto, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 10, 1965/66, p. 160

University of Birmingham Historical Journal 11, 1967/68
P.M.S. BLACKETT, The Lunar Society of Birmingham, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 11, 1967/68, p. 1
Eric ROBINSON, The Origins and Life Span of the Lunar Society, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 11, 1967/68, p. 5
Lord COHEN of Birkenhead, Erasmus Darwin, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 11, 1967/68, p. 17
John MCMICHAEL, William Withering in Perspective, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 11, 1967/68, p. 41
W.A. SMEATON, The Lunar Society and Chemistry: A Conspectus, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 11, 1967/68, p. 51
W.H.G. ARMYTAGE, The Contributions of the Lunar Society to Education, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 11, 1967/68, p. 65
M.J. WISE, The Influence of the Lunar Society in the Development of Birmingham, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 11, 1967/68, p. 79
Robert S. SCHOFIELD, The Lunar Society and the Industrial Revolution, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 11, 1967/68, p. 94
Christopher DYER, Population and Agriculture on a Warwickshire Manor in the Later Middle Ages, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 11, 1967/68, p. 113
Reginald HORSMAN, American Indian Policy and the Origins of Manifest Destiny, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 11, 1967/68, p. 128
B.T. BRADFIELD, Sir Richard Vyvyan and the Fall of Wellington's Government, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 11, 1967/68, p. 141
J.M. GOLBY, Public Order and Private Unrest: A Study of the 1842 Riots in Shropshire, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 11, 1967/68, p. 157
S.M. HARDY, Joseph Chamerlain and some Problems of the 'Underdeveloped' Estates, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 11, 1967/68, p. 170
A.J. Anthony MORRIS, The Birmingham Post and Anglo-German Relations, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 11, 1967/68, p. 191

University of Birmingham Historical Journal 12, 1969/70
R. SZRETER, History and the Sociological Perspective in Educational Studies, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 12, 1969/70, p. 1
K. CHARLTON, The Professions in Sixteenth-Century England, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 12, 1969/70, p. 20
R.J. SMITH, Education, Society and Literacy: Nottinghamshire in the Mid-Nineteenth Century, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 12, 1969/70, p. 42
Sheila ROWBOTHAM, The Call to University Extension Teaching, 1873-1900, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 12, 1969/70, p. 57
M. PUSHKIN, The Professions and the Intelligentsia in Nineteenth-Century Russia, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 12, 1969/70, p. 72
P.B. WIENER, German Universities in the Age of Nationalism, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 12, 1969/70, p. 100
M.F. HENDY, On the Administrative Basis of the Byzantine Coinage, c. 400-c. 900, and the Reforms of Heraclius, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 12, 1969/70, p. 129
J.F. HALDON, "Solenarion" – the Byzantine Crossbow?, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 12, 1969/70, p. 155
P.D. WHITTING, Iconoclasm and the Byzantine Coinage, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 12, 1969/70, p. 158
A.A.M. BRYER, A Byzantine Family: the Gabrades, c. 979-c. 1653, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 12, 1969/70, p. 164
Judith HERRIN, The Collapse of the Byzantine Empire in the twelfth century: a study of a Medieval Economy, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 12, 1969/70, p. 188
D.M. NICOL, A Byzantine Emperor in England: Manuel II's visit to London in 1400-1401, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 12, 1969/70, p. 204
J. GILL S.J., The Freedom of the Greeks in the Council of Florence, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 12, 1969/70, p. 226
A. VINCENT, The Two Sultanas: The Cretan War (1645-1669) in South Slav Heroic Songs, in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 12, 1969/70, p. 237
R. CLOGG, Benjamin Barker's Journal of a Tour in Thrace (1823), in: University of Birmingham Historical Journal 12, 1969/70, p. 243

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