Historical Research. The Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research (HR)
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Bis November 1986 als Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research (BIHR) erschienen. Historical Research setzte die Bandzählung nahtlos mit Bd. 60, 1987 fort.
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Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987

Julia BARROW, Hereford Bishops and Married Clergy, c. 1130-1240, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 1

David CROOK, Derbyshire and the English Rising of 1381, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 9

Roger VIRGOE, An Election Dispute of 1483, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 24

J.S.A. ADAMSON, The 'vindiciae veritatis' and the political Creed of Viscount Saye and Sele, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 45

C. BROOKS, John, 1st Baron Ashburnham, and the State, c. 1688-1710, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 64

R. WILLIAMS, Arthur James Balfour, Sir John Fisher and the Politics of Naval Reform, 1904-10, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 80

D. POSTLES, 'Patronus et advocatus noster': Oseney Abbey and the Oilly Family, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 100

C.F. RICHMOND, When did John Hopton become Blind?, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 103

M.J. HAREN, A Request of the Duke of Norfolk for Papal Favour, July 1531, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 107

J. GODWIN, 'The Steps of Descent whereby of late this Monarchy hat much declined and lessned it selfe': The 2nd Earl of Denbigh and the Test Act of 1673, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 109

J. BLACK, Giving Life to the Honest Part of the City: The Opposition woo the City in 1721, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 116

M. JUBB, Income, Class and the Taxman: A Note on the Distribution of Wealth in Nineteenth-Century Britain, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 118

K.A. HAMILTON, A Question of Status: British Diplomats and the Uses and Abuses of French, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 125

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 130

R.W. SOUTHERN, The Changing Role of Universities in Medieval Europe, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 133

Paul BRAND, The Education of Lawyers in Britain prior to 1400, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 147

Reba N. SOFFER, Modern Universities and National Values, 1850-1930, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 166

A. KADISH, University Extension and the Working Class: The Case of the Northumberland Miners, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 188

Janet HOWARTH; M. CURTHOYS, The Political Economy of Women's Higher Education in Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth-Century Britain, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 208

Carole RAWCLIFFE, Richard, Duke of York, the King's 'Obeisant Liegeman': A New Source for the Protectorates of 1454 and 1455, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 232

M.L. COLLINGE, 'Probate Valuations and the Death Duty Registers': Some Comments, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 240

Barbara ENGLISH, Wealth at Death in the Nineteenth Century: The Death Duty Registers, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 246

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 250

Kathleen THOMPSON, The Norman Aristocracy before 1066: The Example of the Mountgomerys, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 251

Rowena E. ARCHER, The Estates and Finances of Margaret of Brotherton, c. 1320-1399, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 264

P. GAUNT, Interregnum Governments and the Reform of the Post Office, 1649-59, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 281

R.H. HARDING, Sir Robert Walpole's Ministry and the Conduct of the War with Spain, 1739-41, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 299

R.J. HIND, William Wilberforce and the Perceptions of the British People, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 321

F.K. PROCHASKA, Body and Soul: Bible Nurses and the Poor in Victorian London, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 336

S.J. PAYLING, The Coventry Parliament of 1459: A Privy Seal Writ concerning the Election of Knights of the Shire, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 349

M. MACDONALD, An Early Seventeenth-Century Defence of Usury, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 353

P.D.G. THOMAS, 'Thoughts on the British Constitution' by George III in 1760, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 361

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 60, 1987, p. 364


Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988

Patrick CHORLEY, English Cloth Exports during the Thirteenth and Early Fourteenth Centuries: The Continental Evidence, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 1

W.M. ORMROD, The Origins of the sub pena Writ, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 11

P. HOLLAND, Cook's Case in History and Myth, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 21

K. FINCHAM, Prelacy and Politics: Archbishop Abbot's Defence of Protestant Orthodoxy, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 36

W.D. RUBINSTEIN, The Size and Distribution of the English Middle Class in 1860, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 65

M. SANDERSON, The English Civic Universities and the 'Industrial Spirit', 1870-1914, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 90

Sandra RABAN, Fresh Light on the 1279 Hundred Rolls: Some Huntingdonshire Evidence, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 105

T. RAYLOR, Sir Matthew Mennes, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 118

P. SEAWARD, A Restoration Publicist: James Howell and the Earl of Clarendon, 1661-6, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 123

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 132

R.C. STACEY, 1240-60: A Watershed in Anglo-Jewish Relations?, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 135

F.D. LOGAN, Doctors' Commons in the Early Sixteenth Century: A Society of many Talents, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 151

C. RUSSELL, The British Background to the Irish Rebellion of 1641, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 166

A. KADISH, Scholarly Exclusiveness and the Foundation of the 'English Historical Review', in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 183

Kathleen BURK, Finance, Foreign Policy and the Anglo-American Bank: The House of Morgan, 1900-31, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 199

G. BEST, 'One World or Several?' Reflections on the Modern History of International Law and Human Rights, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 212

H. RIDGEWAY, Henry III's Grievances against the Council in 1261: A New Version and a Letter describing Political Events, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 227

T. KEIRN, Daniel Defoe and the Royal African Company, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 243

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 248

Julia CRICK, Church, Land and Local Nobility in Early Ninth-Century Kent: The Case of Ealdorman Oswulf, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 251

R. BENJAMIN, A Forty Years War: Toulouse and the Plantagenets, 1156-96, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 270

Susan DORAN, The Finances of an Elizabethan Nobleman and Royal Servant: A Case Study of Thomas Radcliffe, 3rd Earl of Sussex, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 286

R. TITTLER, The Sequestration of Juries in Early Modern England, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 301

C.D. HALL, Addington at War: Unspectacular, but not unsuccessful, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 306

K.A. HAMILTON, The Pursuit of 'Enlightened Patriotism': The British Foreign Office and Historical Researchers during the Great War and its Aftermath, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 316

N. SAUL, A 'Rising' Lord and a 'Declining' Esquire: Sir Thomas de Berkeley III and Geoffrey Gascelyn of Sheldon, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 345

C.N.L. BROOKE; V. ORTENBERG, The Birth of Margaret of Anjou, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 357

J. BLACK, George II and the Juries Act: Royal Concern about the Control of the Press, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 359

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 61, 1988, p. 363


Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989

Victoria CHANDLER, The Last of the Montgomerys: Roger the Poitevin and Arnulf, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 1

G.J.R. PARRY, Trinity College Dublin Ms. 165: The Study of Time in the Sixteenth Century, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 15

J.D. DAVIES, Pepys and the Admiralty Commission of 1679-84, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 34

I.F.W. BECKETT; K. JEFFREY, The Royal Navy and the Curragh Incident, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 54

E.D. GOLDSTEIN, Quis separabit: The Order of St. Patrick and Anglo-Irish Relations, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 70

P. MCDONALD, The Exemption of Tonbridge Priory: Some Fourteenth-Century Evidence, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 81

R.A. DAVIES, The Effect of the Black Death on the Parish Priests of the Medieval Diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 85

H. JAMES, The Aftermath of the 1549 'Coup' and the Earl of Warwick's Intentions, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 91

J.P. CARSWELL, Algernon Sidney's 'Court Maxims': The Biographical Importance of a Transcript, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 96

Mary K. GEITER; W.A. SPECK, The Reliability of Sir John Reresby's 'Memoirs' and his Account of the Oxford Parliament of 1681, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 104

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 113

Judith A. GREEN, Unity and Disunity in the Anglo-Norman State, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 115

H.G. KOENIGSBERGER, Composite States, Representative Institutions and the American Revolution, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 135

M.J. DAUNTON, Firm and Family in the City of London in the Nineteenth Century: The Case of F.G. Dalgety, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 154

P.J. PARISH, A Talent for Survival: Americal Federalism in the Era of the Civil War, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 178

Mary FULBROOK, From 'Volksgemeinschaft' to Divided Nation: German National Identities and Political Cultures since the Third Reich, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 193

J.M. FLETCHER; C.A. UPTON, The Dating of the Stewards' Accounts for the Late Medieval and Tudor Periods preserved at Merton College, Oxford, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 214

P.H. DONALD, New Light on the Anglo-Scottish Contacts of 1640, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 221

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 230

Susan REYNOLDS, Magna Carta 1297 and the Legal Use of Literacy, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 233

M. BALLARD; C.S.L. DAVIES, Étienne Fryon: Burgundian Agent, English Royal Secretary and 'Principal Counsellor' to Perkin Warbeck, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 245

K.M. BROWN, Noble Indebtedness in Scotland between the Reformation and the Revolution, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 260

D. EASTWOOD, 'Amplifying the Province of the Legislature': The Flow of Information and the English State in the Early Nineteenth Century, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 276

B.B. GILBERT, David Lloyd George and the Great Marconi Scandal, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 295

J.P. HARRIS, The 'Sandys Storm': The Politics of British Air Defence in 1938, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 318

D.C. COX, The Battle of Evesham in the Evesham Chronicle, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 337

David CROOK, The Confession of a Spy, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 346

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 62, 1989, p. 351


Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990

M. JONES, The Capetians and Britanny, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 1

Pamela TAYLOR, Clerkenwell and the Religious Foundations of Jordan de Bricett: A Re-examination, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 17

C.E. MORETON, The Walsingham Conspiracy of 1537, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 29

Sarah BARBER, The Engagement for the Council of State and the Establishment of the Commonwealth Government, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 44

P.W.J. BARTRIP; P.T. FENN, The Measurement of Safety: Factory Accident Statistics in Victorian and Edwardian Britain, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 58

R.B. COCKETT, The Foreign Office News Department and the Struggle against Appeasement, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 73

Anne DUGGAN, A New Becket Letter: 'Sepe quidem cogimur', in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 86

I. ARTHURSON; N. KINGWELL, The Proclamation of Henry Tudor as King of England, 3 November 1483, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 100

W.K. HACKMAN, William Beckford's Profit from three Jamaican Offices, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 107

B. MCGILL, A Victorian Office: The Parliamentary Counsel to the Treasury, 1869-1902, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 110

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 117

H. LOYN, 1066: Should we have celebrated?, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 119

C. GIVEN-WILSON, The Bishop of Chichester and the Second Statute of Praemunire, 1365, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 128

R. CUST, Charles I and a Draft Declaration for the 1628 Parliament, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 143

Pamela PILBEAM, The 'Liberal' Revolution of 1830, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 162

W.L. ARNSTEIN, Queen Victoria opens Parliament: The Disinvention of Tradition, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 178

E. GOLDSTEIN, Historians outside the Academy: G.W. Prothero and the Experience of the Foreign Offics Historical Section, 1917-20, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 195

Philippa TUDOR, 'All Yourthe to learne the Creade and Tenne Commaundementes': Unpublished Draft Injunctions of Henry VIII'S Reign, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 212

J. BLACK, New Light on an Orkney M.P. of the Early Eighteenth Century, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 218

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 219

C.J. MARSHALL, The Use of the Charge in Battles in the Latin East, 1192-1291, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 221

Penny COLE; D.L. D'AVRAY; J. RILEY-SMITH, Application of Theology to Current Affairs: Memorial Sermons on the Dead of Mansurah and on Innocent IV, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 227

T.B. PUGH, Richard, Duke of York, and the Rebellion of Henry Holand, Duke of Exeter, in May 1454, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 248

Elizabeth RUSSELL, Mary Tudor and Mr. Jorkins, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 263

R.B. MANNING, Antiquarianism and the Seigneurial Reaction: Sir Robert and Sir Thomas Cotton and their Tenants, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 277

D. TIERNEY, The Catholic Apostolic Church: A Study in Tory Millenarianism, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 289

D.G. PAZ, Bonfire Night in Mid-Victorian Northants: The Politics of a Popular Revel, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 316

C.P. LEWIS, The Earldom of Surrey and the Date of Domesday Book, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 329

D. BATES, Two Ramsey Abbey Writs and the Domesday Survey, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 337

D. DUNLOP, The 'Redresses and Reparacons of Attemptates': Alexander Legh's Instructions from Edward IV, March-April 1475, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 340

C. HAYDON, The Gordon Riots in the English Provinces, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 354

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 63, 1990, p. 360


Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991

D.E. DESBOROUGH, Politics and Prelacy in the late Twelfth Century: The Career of Hugh de Nonant, Bishop of Coventry, 1188-98, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 1

M.A. HICKS, The 1468 Statute of Livery, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 15

A. THRUSH, In Pursuit of the Frigate, 1603-40, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 29

J.E. COOKSON, The Rise and Fall of the Sutton Volunteers, 1803-4, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 46

A. ADONIS, The Survival of the Great Estates: Henry, 4th Earl of Carnarvon and his Dispositions in the Eighteen-Eighties, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 54

P. PANAYI, Germans in Britain during the First World War, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 63

P.S. BARNWELL, 'Epistula Hieronimi de gradus Romanorum': An English School Book, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 77

N. TYACKE, Sir Edwin Sandys and the Cecils: A Client-Patron Relationship, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 87

K. SCHWEIZER, An unpublished Parliamentary Speech by the Elder Pitt, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 92

E.A. WRIGLEY, City and Country in the Past: A Sharp Divide of a Continuum?, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 107

A. COWAN, Urban Elites in Early Modern Europe: An Endangered Species?, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 121

J.A. CHARTRES, City and Towns, Farmers and Economic Change in the Eighteenth Century, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 138

F.M.L. THOMPSON, Desirable Properties: The Town and country Connection in British Society since the late Eighteenth Century, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 156

M. BENTLEY, Gladstonian Liberals and Provincial Notables: Whitby Politics, 1868-80, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 172

Haia SHPAYER-MAKOV, The Appeal of Country Workers: The Case of the Metropolitan Police, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 186

W.M. ORMROD, Political Theory in Practice: The Forced Loan on English Overseas Trade of 1317-18, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 204

R. REX, The Execution of the Holy Maid of Kent, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 216

Barbara ENGLISH, William the Conqueror and the Anglo-Norman Succession, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 221

Elspeth VEALE, The 'Great Twelve': Mistery and Fraternity in Thirteenth-Century London, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 237

A.D.M. BARRELL, The Ordinance of Provisors of 1343, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 264

S.J. GUNN, The Accession of Henry VIII, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 278

Pauline CROFT, Serving the Archduke: Robert Cecil's Management of the Parliamentary Session of 1606, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 289

M.C. NOONKESTER, Charles I and Shrieval Selection, 1625-6, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 305

Barbara DONAGAN, The York House Conference revisited: Laymen, Calvinism and Arminianism, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 312

T.G. BARNES, Cropping the Heath: The Fall of a Chief Justice, 1634, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 331

S. CONWAY, John Bowring and the Nineteenth-Century Peace Movement, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 344

M. LYNN, Bristol, West Africa and the Nineteenth-Century Palm Oil Trade, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 359

J. DAVIS, Slums and the Vote, 1867-90, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 375

A. THORPE, 'I am in the Cabinet': J.H. Thomas's Decision to join the National Government in 1931, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 389

David CROOK, Central England and the Revolt of the Earls, January 1400, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 403

J.S. CRAIG, The Marginalia of Dr. Rowland Taylor, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 411

K. BARNES, John Stubbe, 1579: The French Ambassador's Account, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 421

J.J. MCCUSKER, The Early History of 'Lloyd's List', in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 427

J.D. ALSOP, Titus Oates's Deathbed Declaration, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 432

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 64, 1991, p. 434


Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992

D. ROFFE, The Descriptio terrarum of Peterborough Abbey, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 1

M.L. BUSH, Captain Poverty and the Pilgrimage of Grace, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 17

D.L. SMITH, The 4th Earl of Dorset and the Politics of the Sixteen-Twenties, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 37

P.A. LUFF, The Noblemen's Regiments: Politics and the 'Fourty-Five', in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 52

W.D. RUBINSTEIN, The Structure of Wealth-Holding in Britain, 1809-39: A Preliminary Anatomy, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 74

T. BUCHANAN, Divided Loyalties: The Impact of the Spanish Civil War on Britain's Civil Service Trade Unions, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 90

A. VERDUYN, The Revocation of urban Peace Commissions in 1381: The Lincoln Petition, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 108

C. RICHMOND, A Letter of 19 April 1483 from John Gigur to William Waynfleet, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 112

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 117

J.P. GENET, Which State Rises?, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 119

Stuart JENKS, A Capital without a State: Lübeck 'caput tocius Hanze' (to 1474), in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 134

R. BONNEY, The State and its Revenues in Ancien-Régime France, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 150

Pauline CROFT, The Parliamentary Installation of Henry, Prince of Wales, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 177

E.J. FEUCHTWANGER, Electoral Systems: An Anglo-German Comparison, 1867-1914, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 194

D. BLACKBOURN, New Legislatures: Germany 1871-1914, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 201

G.C. BAUGH, Government Grants in Aid of the Rates in England and Wales, 1889-1990, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 215

H. RIDGEWAY, William de Valence and his 'familiares', 1247-72, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 239

Rosemary O'DAY, Hugh Latimer: Prophet of the Kingdom, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 258

P.E.J. HAMMER, An Elizabethan Spy who came in from the Cold: The Return of Anthony Standen to England in 1593, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 277

M. NICHOLLS, 'As happy a Fortune as I desire': The Pursuit of Financial Security by the Younger Brothers of Henry Percy, 9th Earl of Northumberland, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 296

Sarah BARBER, Irish Undercurrents to the Politics of April 1653, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 315

E.J. CARLSON, The Marriage of William Turner, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 336

E.J. BASKERVILLE, A Religious Disturbance in Canterbury, June 1561: John Bale's unpublished Account, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 340

K. SCHWEIZER; P. LAWSON, A Political Diary by Charles Jenkinson, 13 May-29. June 1765, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 349

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 65, 1992, p. 359


Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993

D. POSTLES, The Austin Canons in English Towns, c. 1100-1350, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 1

Sandra RABAN, Landlord Return on Villein Rents in North Huntingdonshire in the Thirteenth Century, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 21

C. RUSSELL, The Scottish Party in English Parliaments, 1640-2, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 35

M. GOLDIE, James II and the Dissenters' Revenge: The Commission of Enquiry of 1688, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 53

N. VINCENT, A Roll of Knights summoned to campaign in 1213, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 89

M. HARRIS, 'Inky Blots and Rotten Parchment Bonds': London, Charity Briefs and the Guildhall Library, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 98

R. MORRISS, The Papers of John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich (1718-92), in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 111

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 113

P.E. RUSSELL, Veni, vidi, vici: Some Fifteenth-Century Eyewitness Accounts of Travel in the African Atlantic before 1492, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 115

P.K. O'BRIEN; P.A. HUNT, The Rise of a Fiscal State in England, 1485-1815, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 129

F. CERVANTES, Christianity and the Indians in Early Modern Mexico: The Native Response to the Devil, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 177

D. ORMROD, The Atlantic Economy and the 'Protestant Capitalist International', 1651-1775, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 197

B. HARDING, Transatlantic Views of Speculation and Value, 1820-60, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 209

G.R. SEARLE, A.J. Balfour's Secret Coalition Talks Memorandum, 1910, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 222

J.H. DENTON, The Valuation of the Ecclesiastical Benefices of England and Wales in 1291-2, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 231

M.C. QUESTIER, Sir Henry Spiller, Recusancy and the Efficiency of the Jacobean Exchequer, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 251

S. CONWAY, The Politicization of the Nineteenth-Century Peace Society, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 267

J.R. FISHER, Not quite a Profession: The Aspirations of Veterinary Surgeons in England in the mid Nineteenth Century, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 284

S. KEYNES, A Charter of King Edward the Elder for Islington, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 303

C. GIVEN-WILSON, Adam Usk, the Monk of Evesham and the Parliament of 1397-8, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 329

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 66, 1993, p. 336


Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994

S.D. CHURCH, The Earliest English Muster Roll, 18/19 December 1215, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 1

S. O'CONNOR, Finance, Diplomacy and Politics: Royal Service by two London Merchants in the Reign of Edward III, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 18

A.A. CHIBI, Henry VIII and his Marriage to his Brother's Wife: The Sermon of Bishop John Stokesley of 11 July 1535, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 40

J. FULCHER, Gender, Politics and Class in the Early Nineteenth-Century English Reform Movement, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 57

D. PHILIPS; R.D. STORCH, Whigs and Coppers: The Grey Ministry's National Police Scheme, 1832, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 75

F. LACHAUD, An Aristocratic Wardrobe of the late Thirteenth Century: The Confiscation of the Goods of Osbert de Spaldington in 1298, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 91

J.C. APPLEBY, Thomas Mun's West Indies Venture, 1602-5, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 101

R.M. BALL, After Edgehill Fight, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 111

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 117

P. CARTER, Clerical Taxation during the Civil War and Interregnum, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 119

Anne SUMMERS, Philanthropy and the State in the Thinking of Elizabeth Fry, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 134

Kelly BOYD, Exemplars and Ingrates: Imperialism and the Boys' Story Paper, 1880-1930, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 143

Eilidh GARRETT; Alice REID, 'Satantic Mills, Pleasant Lands': Spatial Variation in Women's Work, Fertility and Infant Mortality as viewed from the 1911 Census, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 156

W.R.B. ROBINSON, A Letter from Sir Richard Croft to Sir Gilbert Talbot in 1486 concerning Sir James Tyrell's Offices in Wales, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 178

G.W. BERNARD; R.W. HOYLE, The Instructions for the Levying of the Amicable Grant, March 1525, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 190

T. FREEMAN, Notes on a Source for John Foxe's Account of the Marian Persecution in Kent and Sussex, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 203

Véronique LAUREYS, The Belgian Government in Exile in London and the Jewish Question during the Second World War, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 212

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 224

   Alexander Taylor Milne, 1906-94 [Nachruf; Obituary], in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 227

C.S.L. DAVIES, The Alleged 'Sack of Bristol': International Ramifications of Breton Privateering, 1484-5, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 230

Yvonne PARREY, 'Devoted Disciples of Christ': Early Sixteenth-Century Religious Life in the Nunnery at Amesbury, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 240

R. TITTLER, Money-Lending in the West Midlands: The Activities of Joyce Jefferies, 1638-49, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 249

I. GENTLES, The Choosing of Officers for the New Model Army, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 264

H.L. SNYDER, Charges to Grand Juries: The Evidence of the Eighteenth-Century Short-Title Catalogue, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 286

M.J. TURNER, Gas, Police and the Sturggle for Mastery in Manchester in the Eighteen-Twenties, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 301

D. ENGLANDER, Soldiers and Social Reform in the First and Second World Wars, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 318

David CROOK, 'Thieves and Plunderers': An Anti-Ministerial Protest of 1296, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 327

R. ASHLEY, War in the Ordnance Office: The Essex Connection and Sir John Davis, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 337

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 67, 1994, p. 346


Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995

A. VERDUYN, The Selection and Appointment of Justices of the Peace in 1338, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 1

M. NICHOLLS, Two Winchester Trials: The Prosecution of Henry, Lord Cobham, and Thomas, Lord Grey of Wilton, 1603, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 26

P.R. EDWARDS, The Supply of Horses to the Parliamentarian and Royalist Armies in the English Civil War, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 49

B. HARRIS, 'A Great Palladium of our Liberties': The British Press and the 'Fourty-Five, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 67

R.M. HOGG, The Justiciarship and the Battle of Northampton, 1264, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 88

M.M. NORRIS, The 2nd Earl of Rutland's Band of Men-at-Arms, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 100

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 117

Pamela TAYLOR, The Early St. Albans Endowment and its Chroniclers, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 119

N. VINCENT, The Election of Pandulph Verraccio as Bishop of Norwich (1215), in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 143

D. LUCKETT, The Thames Valley Conspiracies against Henry VII, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 164

W.R.B. ROBINSON, Henry VIII'S Household in the Fifteen-Twenties: The Welsh Connection, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 173

J.D. ALSOP, The Privy Council Debate and Committees for Fiscal Reform, September 1615, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 191

D. SYRETT, The Victualling Board Charters Shipping, 1775-82, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 212

Helen CASTOR, New Evidence of the Grant of Duchy of Lancaster Office to Henry Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, in 1444, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 225

P. MORGAN, The Death of Edward V and the Rebellion of 1483, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 229

C.S. EGLOFF, Robert Beake: A Letter concerning the Humble Petition and Advice, 28 March 1657, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 233

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 240

C.S.L. DAVIES, The Crofts: Creation and Defence of a Family Enterprise under the Yorkists and Henry VII, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 241

Pauline CROFT, Libels, Popular Literacy and Public Opinion in Early Modern England, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 266

C.B. PHILLIPS, Orphan and Family: Bringing up Edward Harpur's Orphan Daughters, 1650-66, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 286

C. JONES, 'A Fresh Division lately grown up amongst us': Party Strife, Aristocratic Investment in the Old and New East India Companies and the Vote in the House of Lords on 23 February 1700, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 302

A. TAYLOR, Reynolds's Newspaper, Opposition to Monarchy and the Radical Anti-Jubilee: Britain's Anti-Monarchist Tradition reconsidered, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 318

T. THORNTON, A Defence of the Liberties of Cheshire, 1451-2, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 338

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 68, 1995, p. 355


Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996

T.S. FREEMAN; M.J. BORGES, 'A Grave and Heinous Incident against our Holy Catholic Faith': Two Accounts of William Gardiner's Desecration of the Portuguese Royal Chapel in 1552, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 1

A. MARSHALL, Sir Joseph Williamson and the Conduct of Administration in Restoration England, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 18

Hannah BARKER, Catering for Provincial Tastes? Newspapers, Readership and Profit in late Eighteenth-Century England, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 42

D. BROWN, From 'Cotton Lord' to Landed Aristocrat: The Rise of Sir George Phillips Bart., 1766-1847, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 62

R. WEIGHT, State, Intelligentsia and the Promotion of National Culture in Britain, 1939-45, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 83

N. ORME; O. PADEL, The Medieval Leper-House at 'Lamford', Cornwall, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 102

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 108

Dawn M. HADLEY, Conquest, Colonization and the Church: Ecclesiastical Organization in the Danelaw, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 109

D. SYRETT, Christopher Atkinson and the Victualling Board, 1775-82, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 129

M. BEVIR, The Rise of Ethical Anarchism in Britain, 1885-1990, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 143

I.D. THATCHER, Leon Trotsky in New York City, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 166

S.R.B. SMITH, The Institute of Historical Research, 1971-96: Its third Quarter-Century, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 181

M. ROBSON, Saint Anselm and his Father, Gundulf, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 197

D. ROFFE, The Hundred Rolls of 1255, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 201

M.W. WARNER; Kay LACEY, Neville vs. Percy: A Precedence Dispute circa 1442, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 211

P.R. SEDDON, The Origins of the Nottinghamshire Whigs: An Analysis of the Subscribers to the Election Expenses of Sir Crope Howe and John White, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 218

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 232

Susan TWYMAN, Papal Adventus at Rome in the Twelfth Century, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 233

D.A. LUCKETT, The Rise and Fall of a Noble Dynasty: Henry VII and the Lords Willoughby de Broke, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 254

W.R.B. ROBINSON, Sir William Herbert's Acquisition of Offices on the Death of Henry, Earl of Worcester in 1549, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 266

Jennifer MORI, Responses to Revolution: The November Crisis of 1792, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 284

J. DAVIS; D. TANNER, The Borough Franchise after 1867, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 306

Susan B. EDGINGTON, The Lisbon Letter of the Second Crusade, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 328

P. CARTER, Mary Tudor, Parliament and the Renunciation of First Fruits, 1555, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 340

Joyce M. HORN, A French View of the Institute in 1921, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 347

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 69, 1996, p. 353


Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997

M.H. BROWN, The Development of Scottish Border Lordship, 1332-58, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 1

Erika RUMMEL, Political and Religious Propaganda at the Court of Charles V: A newly-identified Tract by Alfonso Valdes, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 23

H. HORWITZ, Record-Keepers in the Court of chancery and their 'Record' of Accomplishment in the Seventeeth and Eighteenth Centuries, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 34

P.K. CRIMMIN, Letters and Documents relating to the Service of Nelson's Ships, 1780-1805: A Critical Report, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 52

F. TRENTMANN, Wealth versus Welfare: The British Left between Free Trade and National Political Economy before the First World War, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 70

D. SYRETT, Prelude to Victory: The Battle for Convoy HX 231, 4-7 April 1943, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 99

N. VINCENT, The Will of Richard of Elmham (d. 1228), in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 110

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 121

Sandra RABAN, The Making of the 1279-80 Hundred Rolls, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 123

J. BOTHWELL, 'Until he receive the equivalent in land and rent': The Use of Annuities as Endowment Patronage in the Reign of Edward III, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 146

R. BARRINGTON, A Venetian Secretary in England: An unpublished diplomatic Report in the Biblioteca Marciana, Venice, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 170

P.E.J. HAMMER, New Light on the Cadiz Expedition of 1596, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 182

B. TILL, The Worcester House Declaration and the Restoration of the Church of England, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 203

Judith MILHOUS; R.D. HUME, Eighteenth-Century Equity Lawsuits in the Court of Exchequer as a Source for Historical Research, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 231

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 247

A.J. FINCH, The Nature of Violence in the middle Ages: an Alternative Perspective, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 249

D. SCOTT, 'Hannibal at our gates': Loyalists and Fifth-Columnists during the Bishops' Wars – The Case of Yorkshire, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 269

D.R. GREEN; A. OWENS, Metropolitan Estates of the Middle Class, 1800-50: Probates and Death Duties revisited, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 294

K.M. WILSON, A Venture in 'The Caverns of Intrigue': The Conspiracy against Lord Curzon and his Foreign Policy, 1922-3, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 312

A.K. MCHARDY, The Loss of Archbishop Stratford's Register, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 337

M.K. JONES, Edward IV, the Earl of Warwick and the Yorkish Claim to the Throne, in: Historical Research (HR) 70, 1997, p. 342


Historical Research (HR) 71, 1998

Number 174

S. COATES, The construction of episcopal sanctity in early Anglo-Saxon England: The impact of Venantius Fortunatus, in: Historical Research (HR) 71, 1998, P. 1

M.J. STOYLE, The Politics of Religious Conformity and the Accession of James I, in: Historical Research (HR) 71, 1998, p. 14

M.J. STOYLE, The last refuge of a scoundrel: Sir Richar Grenville and Cornish particularism, in: Historical Research (HR) 71, 1998, p. 31

Christine CHURCHES, False friends, spiteful enemies: a community at law in early modern England, in: Historical Research (HR) 71, 1998, p. 52

F.W.G. ANDREWS, The pollbooks of Sandwich, Kent, 1831-68, in: Historical Research (HR) 71, 1998, p. 75

Amanda L. CAPERN, Winston Churchill, Mark Sykes and the Dardanelles campaign of 1915, in: Historical Research (HR) 71, 1998, p. 108

   Historical News, p. 108

Number 175

Anne F. SUTTON, The silent years of London guild history before 1300: The case of the Mercers, in: Historical Research (HR) 71, 1998, p. 121

M. GASKILL, The devil in the shape of a man: Witchcraft, conflict and belief in Jacobean England, in: Historical Research (HR) 71, 1998, p. 142

M.J. SHORT, The Corporation of Hull and the government of James II, 1687-8, in: Historical Research (HR) 71, 1998, p. 172

M. HEWITT, The travails of domestic visiting: Manchester, 1830-70, in: Historical Research (HR) 71, 1998, p. 196

A. HERSHEY, The earliest bill in eyre, in: Historical Research (HR) 71, 1998, p. 228

W.R.B. ROBINSON, Princess Mary's intinerary in the marches of Wales, 1525-1527: a provisional record, in: Historical Research (HR) 71, 1998, p. 253

   Historical News, p. 253

Number 176

James A. DOIG, Political Propaganda and royal proclamations in late medieval England, in: Historical Research (HR) 71, 1998, p. 253

Frances W. WILLMOTH, Dugdale's History of Imbanking and Dryning: a 'royalist' writer in the sixteen-fifties, in: Historical Research (HR) 71, 1998, p. 281
Roland QUINAULT, The cult of the centenary, 1784-1914, in: Historical Research (HR) 71, 1998, p. 303

Barry M. DOYLE, Modernity or morality? George White, Liberalism and the non-conformist conscience in Edwardian Britain, in: Historical Research (HR) 71, 1998, p. 324

David FARR, Oliver Cromwell and a 1647 case in Chancery, in: Historical Research (HR) 71, 1998, p. 341

   Volume Contents, p. 347


Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999

Number 177

D.C. SKEMER, King Edward I's articles of inquest on the Jews and coin-clipping, 1279, in: Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999, p. 1

M.A. HICKS, Between majorities: the 'Beauchamp interregnum', 1439-49, in: Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999, p. 27

P.D.G. THOMAS, The Monmouthshire election of 1771, in: Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999, p. 44

p. CONWAY, British mobilization in the War of American Independence, in: Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999, p. 58

Eileen SPRING, Businessmen and landowners re-engaged, in: Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999, p. 77

H.W. DICKINSON, The origins and foundation of the Royal Naval College, Greenwich, in: Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999, p. 92

N. SAUL, The Brockworth poll tax return, 1377, in: Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999, p. 112

Number 178

Diana E. GREENWAY, Dates in history: chronology and memory, in: Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999, p. 127

J.R. DICKINSON; J.A. SHARPE, Courts, crime and litigation in the Isle of Man, 1580-1700, in: Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999, p. 140

Henry HORWITZ, Chancery's 'younger sister': the court of exchequer and its equity jurisdiction, 1649-1841, in: Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999, p. 160

M. HAMPTON, Journalists and the 'professional ideal' in Britain: the Institute of Journalists, 1884-1907, in: Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999, p. 183

J.A. MAIOLO, The knockout blow against the import system: Admiralty expectations of Nazi Germany's naval strategy, 1934-9, in: Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999, p. 202

Number 179

D. GRUMMITT, Henry VII, chamber finance and the new monarchy, in: Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999, p. 229

J. GOODARE, The Scottish parliamentary records, 1560-1603, in: Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999, p. 244

C. JONES, The origin of the leadership of the house of lords revisited, in: Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999, p. 268

W.A. VAN'T PADJE, Sir Alexander Malet and Prince Otto von Bismarck: an almost forgotten Anglo-German friendship, in: Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999, p. 285

P. CLARKE, The rise and fall of Thatcherism, in: Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999, p. 301

D. CROUCH, Robert of Gloucester's mother and sexual politics in Norman Oxfordshire, in: Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999, p. 323

D.J.B. TRIM, Sir Horace Vere in Holland and the Rhineland, 1610-12, in: Historical Research (HR) 72, 1999, p. 334
   Historical News, p. 352

   Volume Contents, p. 354


Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000

Number 180

C.C. LUDINGTON, Between myth and margin: the Huguenots in Irish history, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 1

D. SYRETT, The raising of American troops for service in the West Indies during the War of Austrian Succession, 1740-1, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 20

G.T. MELANCON, Peaceful intentions: the first British trade commission in China, 1833-5, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 34

G.K. PEATLING, New Liberalism, J.L. Hammond and the Irish problem, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 48

B. SUPPLE, Moral choice and economic change: Britain in the twentieth century, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 66

T.p. PURSER, The origins of English feudalism? An episcopal land-grant revisited, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 80

E.D. JONES, Some Spalding priory vagabonds of the twelve-sixties, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 93

Number 181

Louise WILKINSON, Paun and political player: observations on the life of a thirteenth-century countess, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 105

Deborah YOUNGS, Estate management, investment and the gentleman landlord in later medieval England, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 124

N. STIRK, Manufacturing reputations in late eighteenth-century Birmingham, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 142

P. CATTERALL, The British electory system, 1885-1970, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 156

W.D. RUBINSTEIN, The secret of Leopold Amery, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 175

J.J. CRUMP, Repercussions of the execution of William de Braose: a letter from Llywelyn ab Iorwerth to Stephan de Segrave, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 197

Mary K. GEITER, William Penn and Jacobitism: a smoking gun?, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 213

   Historical News, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 219

Number 182

J.C.H. KING, Native American ethnicity: a view from the British Museum, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 221

R. MAYHEW, Edmund Gibson's editions of Britannia: Loyalist chorography and the particularist politics of precedent, 1695-1722, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 239

J. MEISEL, Words by the numbers: a quantitative analysis and comparison of the oratorical careers of William Ewart Gladstone and Winston Spencer Churchill, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 262

J. LERUEZ, French views on Thatcherism and Blairism, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 296

P. BARTON, A forgotten crusade: Alfonso of León-Castille and the campaign for Jaén (1148), in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 312

L. COOTE; T. THORNTON, Richard, son of Richard: Richard III and political prophecy, in: Historical Research (HR) 73, 2000, p. 321

   Volume Contents, p. 331


Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001

Number 183

Penelope J. CORFIELD; Paolo FARRARI, 'A woman's life in other ages', by Arnold J. Toynbee, with an editorian introduction, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 1-16

John GILLINGHAM, Civilizing the English? The English histories of William of Malmesbury and David Hume, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 17-43

David FARR, Kin, cash, Catholics and Cavaliers: the role of kinship in the finanical management of Major-General John Lambert, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 44-62

David SYRETT, 'This penurious old reptile': Rear-Admiral James Gambier and the American War, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 63-76

Ted R. BROMUND, Uniting the whole people: proportional representation in Great Britain, 1884-5, reconsidered, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 77-94

François BÉDARIDA, Winston Churchill's image of France and the French, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 95-105

Michael BURGER, The date and authorship of Robert Grosseteste's Rules for Household and Estate Managment, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 105-116

Hannes KLEINEKE, Carleton's book: Tilliam FitzStephen's 'Description of London' in a late fourteenth-century common-place book, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 117-126

Number 184

Björn WEILER,Henry III and the Sicilian Business: a reinterpretation, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 127-150

Edmond DZIEMBOWSKI, The English political model in eighteenth-century France, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 151-171

Richard HULL, Profiling the Yorkshire county elector of the early eighteenth century: new material and methods, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 172-192

Andrew AUGUST, A culture of consolation? Rethinking politics in working-class London, 1870-1914, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 193-219

Sonya O. ROSE, Race, empire and British wartime national identity, 1939-45, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 220-237

Edward L. MEEK, The career of Sir Thomas Everingham, 'Knight of the North' in the service of Maximilian, duke of Austria, 1477-81, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 238-248

Number 185

François-Joseph RUGGIU, The urban gentry in England, 1660-1780: a French approach, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 249-270

Peter MANDLER, Art, death and taxes: the taxation of works of art in Britain, 1796-1914, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 271-297

Keith SURRIDGE, More than a great poster: Lord Kitchener and the image of the military hero, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 298-313

Joanna BOURKE, The emotions in war: fear and the Biritish and American military, 1914-45, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 314-330

Christian D. LIDDY, The estate of merchants in the parliament of 1381, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 331-345

Number 186

Peter JACKSON, Medieval Christendom's encounter with the alien, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 347-369

Joseph COPE, Fashioning victims: Dr. Henry Jones and the plight of Irish Protestants, 1642, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 370-391

Joanne BAILEY, Voices in court: lawyers' or litigants'?, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 392-408

John P. GARDINER, Gladstone, gossip and the post-war generation, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 409-424

David KILLINGRAY, African voices from two world wars, in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 425-443

Daniel POWER, The end of Angevin Normandy: the revolt at Alençon (1203) [Notes and Documents], in: Historical Research (HR) 74, 2001, p. 444-464


Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002

Number 187

Christopher DYER, Small places with large consequences: the importance of small towns in England, 1000-1540, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 1-24

Anne F. SUTTON, The Merchant Adventurers of England: their origins and the Mercers' Company of London, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 25-46

Viviane BARRIE, The Church of England in the eighteenth century, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 47-72

Mark FREEMAN, The provincial social survey in Edwardian Britain, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 73-89

Marcus COLLINS, The fall of the English gentleman: the national character in decline, c. 1918-1970, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 90-111

Wilfrid PREST, Law reform and legal education in Interregnum England, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 112-122

Number 188

Jessica RAWSON, The power of images: the model universe of the First Emperor and its legacy, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 123-154

Hugh KENNEDY, Military pay and the economy of the early Islamic state, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 155-169

Elaine GRAHAM-LEIGH, 'The proconsul ruling the city called Carcassone': memory, title and the Trencavel viscounts, 1068-1209, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 170-187

Emma GRIFFIN, Sports and celebrations in English market towns, 1660-1750, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 188-208

Blair WORDEN, Whig history and Puritan politics: the Memoirs of Edmund Ludlow revisited, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 209-237

Ralph HOULBROOKE, Professory A.G. Dickens [Obituary; Nachruf], in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 238-247

Number 189

Michael A. PENMAN, Christian days and knights: the religious devotions and court of David II of Scotland, 1329-71, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 249-272

Maureen JURKOWSKI, The arrest of William Thorpe in Shrewsbury and the anti-Lollard statute of 1406, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 273-295

Anthony FLETCHER, 'englandpast.net': a framework for the social history of England, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 296-315

David CANNADINE, Historians in 'the liberal hour': Lawrence Stone and J.H. Plumb re-visited, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 316-354

Patrick LITTLE, Discord in Drogheda: a window on Irish Church-State relations in the sixteen-forties [Notes and Documents], in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 355-362

Number 190

R.W. HOYLE, Petitioning as popular politics in early sixteenth-century England, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 365-389

Richard REX; C.D.C. ARMSTRONG, Henry VIII's ecclesiastical and collegiate foundations, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 390-407

Edward VALLANCE, Protestation, Vow, Covenant and Engagement: swearing allegiance in the English Civil War, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 408-424

N.A.M. RODGER, Honour and duty at sea, 1660-1815, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 425-447

Andrew STARKIE, William Law and Cambridge Jacobitism, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 448-467

   Volume Contents, in: Historical Research (HR) 75, 2002, p. 469


Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003

Number 191

Seán MCGRAIL, The sea and archaeology, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 1-17

R.N. SWANSON, Indulgences at Norwich cathedral priory in the later middle ages: popular piety in the balance sheet, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 18-29

Michael A. NORRIS, Edward Sexby, John Reynolds and Edmund Chillenden: Agitators, 'sectarian grandees' and the relations of the New Model Army with London in the spring of 1647, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 30-53

Gwenda MORGAN; Peter RUSHTON, The magistrate, the community and the maintenance of an orderly society in eighteenth-century England, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 54-77

Yasushi AOKI, To be a member of the leading Gentry: the Suffolk voluntary subscriptions of 1782, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 78-92

Martin ROBSON, British intervention in Portugal, 1793-1808, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 93-107

Joe BORD, Whiggery, science and administration: Grenville and Lord Henry Petty in the Ministry of All the Talents, 1806-7, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 108-127

Elizabeth KIRK, Women academics at Royal Holloway and Bedford Colleges, 1939-69, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 128-150

Number 192

Conrad RUSSELL, James VI and I and rule over two kingdoms: an English view, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 151-163

Nick HARDING, Sir Robert Walpole and Hanover, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 164-188

Kenneth MORGAN, James Rogers and the Bristol slave trade, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 189-216

David A. CAMPION, Authority, accountability and representation. the United Provinces police and the dilemmas of the colonial policeman in British India, 1902-39, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 217-237

Jon LAWRENCE, Fascist violence and the politics of public order in inter-war Britain: the Olympia debate revisited, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 238-267

Patricia M. THANE, What difference did the vote make? Women in public and private life in Britain since 1918, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 268-285

Stephen A. TIMMONS, Executions following Monmouth's rebellion: a missing link, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 286-291

Number 193

Michael CLANCHY, Documenting the self: Abelard and the individual in history, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 293-309

Sean KELSEY, The Ordinance for the trial of Charles I, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 310-331

Susannah ABBOTT, Clerical responses to the Jacobite rebellion in 1715, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 332-346

Jean N. BAKER, The Proclamation Society. William Mainwaring and the Theatrical Representations Act of 1788, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 347-363

Bernhard RIEGER, 'Fast couples': technology, gender and modernity in Britain and Germany during the nineteen-thirties, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 364-388

John STEWART, The National Health Service in Scotland, 1947-74: Scottish or British?, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 389-410

John STUART, Scottish missionaries and the end of empire: the case of Nyasaland, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 411-430

Number 194

M.R.V. HEALE, Veneration and renovation at a small Norfolk priory: St. Leonard's, Norwich in the later middle ages, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 431

Jonathan ARNOLD, John Colet, preaching and reform at St. Paul's cathedral, 1505-19, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 450

Patrick COLLINSON, Elizabeth I and the verdicts of history, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 469

Enrico Dal LAGO, Patriarchs and republicans: eighteenth-century Virginian Planters and classical politics, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 492

William C. LUBENOW, Authority, honour and the Strachey family, 1817-1974, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 512

Anne HARDY, Reframing disease: changing perceptions of tuberculosis in England and Wales, 1938-70, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 535

Donald M. MACRAILD, 'Abandon Hibernicisation': priests, Ribbonmen and an Irish street fight in the north-east of England in 1858, in: Historical Research (HR) 76, 2003, p. 557


Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004

Number 195: Rod AMBLER; Glenn BURGESS (eds.), Reformulating the Reformation. A.G. Dickens: his work and influence

Rod AMBLER; Glenn BURGESS, Introduction, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 1-4

John A. NEWTON, A.B. Dickings (1910-2001): a personal appreciation, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 5-8

John G. BERNASCONI, A.G. Dickens as art collector, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 9-13

Patrick COLLINSON, A.G. Dickens, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 14-23

Christopher HAIGH, A.G. Dickens and the English Reformation, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 24-38

Andrew PETTEGREE, A.G. Dickens and his critics. a new narrative of the English Reformation, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 39-58

Regina PÖRTNER, A.G. Dickens and the continental Reformation, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 59-78

Robert von FRIEDEBURG, Dickens, the German Reformation and the issue of nation and fatherland in early modern German history, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 79-97

Eamon DUFFY, A.G. Dickens and the late medieval Church, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 98-110

Claire CROSS, A.G. Dickens as a Yorkshire historian, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 111-26

   Bibliography of modern work other than that by A.G. Dickens cited in the text, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 127-36

   Bibliographical index to references in the conference papers to the work of A.G. Dickens, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 137-40

Number 196

Paul A. HAYWARD, Some reflections on the historical value of the so-called Acta Lanfranci, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 141-160

Berth HARTLAND, The household knights of Edward I in Ireland, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 161-177

Oliver C. WALTON, Officers or engineers? The integration and status of engineers in the Royal Navy, 1847-60, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 178-201

Jill STERN, The rhetoric of popular Orangism, 1650-72, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 202-224

Michael QUESTIER, Loyal to a fault: Viscount Montague explains himself, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 225-253

David ARNOLD, Race, place and bodily difference in early nineteenth-century India, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 254-273

Andrew LAMBERT, Laughton's legacy: naval history at King's College London, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 274-288

Number 197

David CANNADINE, From biography to history. writing the modern British monarchy, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 289-312

Jean H. DUNBABIN, The household and entourage of Charles I of Anjou, king of the Regno, 1266-85, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 313-336

Craig D'ALTON, William Warham and English heresy policy after the fall of Wolsey, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 337-357

Lloyd BOWEN, Representations of Wales and the Welsh during the civil wars and Interregnum, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 358-376

Stephen CONWAY, The mobilization of manpower for Britain's mid-eighteenth-century wars, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 377-404

Matthew THOMAS, 'No-one telling us what to do': anarchist schools in Britain, 1890-1916, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 405-436

Daniel SNOWMAN, The Hitler émigrés: the cultural impact on Britain of refugees from Nazism, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 437-458

Number 198

Derek Keene, Metropolitan comparisons: London as a city-state, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 459-480

Dougal Shaw, St. Giles' church and Charles I's coronation visit to Scotland, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 481-502

Elisabeth Kehoe, Working hard at giving it away: Lord Duveen, the British Museum and the Elgin marbles, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 503-519

Abigail Woods, 'Flames and fear on the farms': controlling foot and mouth disease in Britain, 1892-2001, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 520-542

Gudni Thorlacius Jóhannesson, How 'cod war' came: the origins of the Anglo-Icelandic fisheries dispute, 1958-61, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 543-574

Becky Taylor, Travellers in Britain: a minority and the state, in: Historical Research (HR) 77, 2004, p. 575-596


Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005

Number 199

J.G.A. Pocock, The politics of historiography, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 1-14

Jason Peacey, The hunting of the Leveller: the sophistication of parliamentarian propaganda, 1647-53, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 15-42

Roy Strong, Forgotten faces: regional history and regional portraiture, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 43-57

Clyve Jones, The 'reforming' Sunderland/Stanhope ministry and the opening of the 1718-19 session of parliament in the house of lords, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 58-73

Antony Taylor, 'A melancholy odyssey among London public houses': radical club life and the unrespectable in mid-nineteenth-century London, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 74-95

David Edgerton, Science and the nation: towards new histories of twentieth-century Britain, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 96-112

Paul Bew, The role of the historical adviser and the Bloody Sunday Tribunal, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 113-127

Number 200

P.S. Barnwell, Einhard, Louis the Pious and Childerich III, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 129-139

Anthony Emery, Late-medieval houses as an expression of social status, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 140-161

C.L. Ridgway; Allen Warren, Collaborative opportunities for the study of the country house: the Yorkshire Country House Partnership, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 162-179

James J. Kirschke; Victor J. Sensenig, Steps toward nationhood: Henry Laurens (1724-92) and the American Revolution in the South, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 180-192

Gareth Stedman Jones, An end to poverty: the French Revolution and the promise of a world beyond want, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 193-207

Emma Rothschild, Language and Empire, c. 1800, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 208-229

James Taylor, Commercial fraud and public men in Victorian Britain, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 230-252

Martin Pugh, The National Government, the British Union of Fascists and the Olympia debate, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 253-262

Jon Lawrence, 'Why Olympia mattered', in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 263-72

Number 201

Catherine Cubitt, The clergy in early Anglo-Saxon England, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 273-287

Alexandra Walsham, Translating Trent? English Catholicism and the Counter Reformation, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 288-310

Michael Hunter, New light on the 'Drummer of Tedworth': conflicting narratives of witchcraft in Restoration England, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 311-353

David M. Young, Social Democratic Federation membership in London, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 354-376

Lucy Delap, Feminist and anti-feminist encounters in Edwardian Britain, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 377-399

David Reynolds, Official history: how Churchill and the cabinet office wrote The Second World War, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 400-422

Giles Worsley, Beyond the powerhouse: understanding the country house in the twenty-first century, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 423-435

Tim Thornton, The battle of Sandeford: Henry Tudor's understanding of the meaning of Bosworth Field [Notes and Documents], in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 436-442

Number 202

David Bates, 1066: does the date still matter?, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 443-464

Christopher Maginn, A window on mid-Tudor Ireland: the 'Matters' against Lord Deputy St. Leger, 1547-8, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 465-482

Clare Haynes, The culture of judgement: art and anti-Catholicism in England, c. 1660-c. 1760, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 483-505

K.A.J. McLay, Combined operations and the European theatre during the Nine Years' War, 1688-97, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 506-539

Robert Colley, The Shoreditch tax frauds: a study of the relationship between the state and civil society in 1860, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 540-562

Sue Powell, Margaret Pole and Syon abbey, in: Historical Research (HR) 78, 2005, p. 563-567


Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006

Number 203

Maria João Violante Braco, Memory and truth: the strange case of the witness enquiries of 1216 in the Braga-Toledo dispute, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 1-20

Gwilym Dodd, A parliament full of rats? Piers Plowman and the Good Parliament of 1376, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 21-49

Christopher Durston, By the book or with the spirit: the debate over liturgical prayer during the English Revolution, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 50-73

T.K. Dennison, Did serfdom matter? Russian rural society, 1750-1860, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 74-89

Michael J. Turner, Radical Agitation and the Canada question in British politics, 1837-41, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 90-114

Matthew Roberts, Constructing a Tory world-view: popular politics and the Conservative press in late-Victorian Leeds, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 115-143

Patrick Little, Monarchy to protectorate: re-drafting the Humble Petition and Advice, March-June 1657 [Notes and documents], in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 144-149

Number 204

Susan Reynolds, Empires: a problem of comparative history, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 151-165

Charles McKean, A Scottish problem with castles, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 166-198

Rivkah Zim, A poet in politics: Thomas Sackville, Lord Buckhurst and first earl of Dorset (1536-1608), in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 199-223

Raquel Delgado-Moreira, Newton's treatise on Revelation: the use of a mathematical discourse, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 224-246

Kevin Manton, The Labour party and the land question, 1919-51, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 247-269

Lorina Repina, Gender studies in Russian historiography in the nineteen-nineties and early twenty-first century, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 270-286

Number 205

Romila Thapar, The Mauryan empire in early India, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 287-305

Amy Singer, Soup and sadaqa: charity in Islamic societies, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 306-324

Mark R. Horowitz, 'Agree with the king': Henry VII, Edmund Dudley and the strange case of Thomas Sunnyff, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 325-366

Linda Colley, The difficulties of empire: present, past and future, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 367-382

Alastair Owens; David R. Green; Craig Bailey; Alison C. Kay, A measure of worth: probate valuations, personal wealth and indebtedness in England, 1810-40, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 383-403

John Maloney, Gladstone's Gladstone? The chancellorship of Robert Lowe, 1868-73, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 404-428

Arne Hofmann, Small steps towards new frontiers? Ideas, concepts and the emergence of a détente strategy in the thinking of Willy Brandt and John F. Kennedy, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 429-449

Number 206

Michael G.I. Ray, Alien knights in a hostile land: the experience of curial knights in thirteenth-century England the the assimilation of their families, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 451-476

Richard Britnell, Tax-collecting in Colchester, 1489-1502, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 477-487

Patrick Collinson, Servants and citizens: Robert Beale and other Elizabethans, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 488-511

James Robertson, Persuading the citizens? Charles I and London Bridge, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 512-533

Stefania Tutino, Between Nicodemism and 'honest' dissimulation: the Society of Jesus in England, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 534-553

Ian Cawood, Joseph Chamberlain, the Conservative party and the Leamington Spa candidature dispute of 1895, in: Historical Research (HR) 79, 2006, p. 554-577


Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007

Number 207

B.R. Kemp, Archidiaconal and vice-archidiaconal acta: additions and corrections, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 1-21

D.A. Carpenter, The household rolls of King Henry III of England (1216-71), in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 22-46

M.L. Bush, The Tudor polity and the pilgrimage of grace, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 47-72

Robert Armstrong, The Long Parliament goes to war: the Irish campaigns, 1641-3, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 73-99

Kazuhiko Kondo, The Church and politics in 'disaffected' Manchester, 1718-31, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 100-123

Justin Wasserman; Edwin Jaggard, Electoral violence in mid nineteenth-century England and Wales, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 124-155

Number 208

Stephen Marritt, Drogo the sheriff: a neglected lost romance tradition and Anglo-Norwegian relations in the twelfth century, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 157-184

Paul Latimer, Rebellion in south-western England and the Welsh marches, 1215-17, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 185-224

Henrik Langelüddecke, 'The pooreste and sympleste sorte of people'? The selection of parish officers during the personal rule of Charles I, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 225-260

Simon Morgan, The reward of public service: nineteenth-century testimonials in context, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 261-285

Barbara Metcalf, Imagining Muslim futures: debates over state and society at the end of the Raj, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 286-298

Number 209

Nicholas Karn, Nigel, bishop of Ely, and the restoration of the exchequer after the 'anarchy' of King Stephen's reign, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 299-314

Sally Varlow, Sir Francis Knollys's Latin dictionary: new evidence for katherine Carey, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 315-323

Jacqueline Rose, Royal ecclesiastical supremacy and the Restoration church, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 324-345

Robin Eagles, 'No more to be said'? Reactions to the death of Frederick Lewis, prince of Wales, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 346-367

Jenny West, Gladstone and Laura Thistlethwayte, 1865-75, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 368-392

Callum G. Brown, Secularization, the growth of militancy and the spiritual revolution: religious change and gender power in Britain, 1901-2001, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 393-418

R.F. Foster, 'Changed Utterly'? Transformation and continuity in late twentieth-century Ireland, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 419-441

Number 210

Sam Worby, Kinship: the canon law and the common law in thirteenth-century England, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 443-468

Danae Tankard, The Johnson family and the Reformation, 1542-52, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 469-490

Jason Peacey, The politics of British union in 1642 and the purpose of civil war pamphlets, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 491-517

Bob Harris, Popular politics in Angus and Perthshire in the seventeen-nineties, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 518-544

Humayun Ansari, 'Burying the dead': making Muslin space in Britain, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 545-566

Ian Mortimer, Henry IV's date of birth and the royal Maundy, in: Historical Research (HR) 80, 2007, p. 567-576


Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008

Number 211

Lucy Marten, The shiring of East Anglia: an alternative hypothesis, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 1-27

Alison Hanham, The curious letters of Friar Blackley, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 28-51

Elaine McKay, 'For refreshment and preservinge health': the definition and function of recreation in early modern England, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 52-74

Giorgio Riello, Nature, production and regulation in eighteenth-century Britain and France: the case of the leather industry, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 75-99

David Fletcher, The territorial foundations of the early nineteenth-century census in England, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 100-122

Shane Ewen, Chief officers and professional identities: the case of fire services in English municipal government, c. 1870-1938, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 123-149

Ross Wilson, Strange hells: a new approach on the Western Front, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 150-166

Justin Champion, What are historians for?, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 167-188

Number 212

R.I. Moore, The war against heresy in medieval Europe, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 189-210

Theron Westervelt, Royal charter witness lists and the politics of the reign of Edward IV, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 211-223

Evan T. Jones, Alwyn Ruddock: 'John Cabot and the Discovery of America', in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 224-254

E.W. Ives, Tudor dynastic problems revisited, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 255-279

Andrew Finch, A necessary and fruitful labour: the Société des Missions Etrangères de Paris and the firmation of a native clergy in Korea, c. 1836-66, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 280-291

Paul Readman, Jesse Collings and land reform, 1886-1914, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 292-314

David Cannadine, The 'Last Night of the Proms' in historical perspective, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 315-349

John Beckett, Local history, familiy history and the Victoria County History: new directions for the twenty-first century, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 350-365

Miranda Kaufmann, Caspar Van Senden, Sir Thomas Sherley and the 'Blackamoor' project, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 366-371

Number 213

Mark Hagger, The Gesta Abbatum Monasterii Sancti Albani: litigation and history at St. Albans, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 373-398

Chris Briggs, Seignioral control of villagers' litigation beyond the manor in alter medieval England, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 399-422

Alexandra Gajda, The State of Christendom: history, political thought and the Essex circle, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 423-446

Martin Rorke, Trade and traders: Edinburgh's sixteenth-century exporting community, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 447-462

Robert Saunders, Chartism from above: British elites and the interpetation of Chartism, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 463-484

Pedro Lains, The power of peripheral governments: coping with the 1891 vinancial cirsis in Portugal, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 485-506

Ewen A. Cameron, 'Rival foundlings': the Ross and Cromarty by-election, 10 February 1936, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 507-530

Helen McCarthy, Service clubs, citizenship and equality: gender relations and middle-class associations in Britain between the wars, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 531-552

Number 214

Jörg Peltzer, The slow death of the Angevin empire, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 553-584

Dame Olwen Hufton, Faith, hope and money: the Jesuits and the genesis of fundraising for education, 1550-1650, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 585-609

Kevin Forkan, Ormond's alternative: the lord-lieutenant's secret contacts with Protestant Ulster, 1645-6, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 610-635

Richard Sheldon, practical economics in eighteenth-century England: Charles Smith on the grain trade and the corn laws, 1756-72, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 636-662

Pieter François, Belgium – country of liberals, Protestants and the free: British views on Belgium in the mid nineteenth century, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 663-678

Robert Crowcroft, The 'high politics' of Labour party factionalism, 1950-5, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 679-709

Tim Cooper, Challenging the 'refuse revolution': war, waste and the rediscovery of recyclyng, 1900-50, in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 710-731

Martyn Lawrence, Edward II and the earldom of Winchester [Notes and Documents], in: Historical Research (HR) 81, 2008, p. 732-740


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