Journal of British Studies (JBS)
vol. 1/1, 1961 – vol. 26, 1987

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JBS 1/1, 1961
C. Warren HOLLISTER, King John and the Historians, in: JBS 1/1, 1961, p. 1
J.H. HEXTER, Thomas More: on the Margins of Modernity, in: JBS 1/1, 1961, p. 20
Joseph FRANK, John Milton's Movement toward Deism, in: JBS 1/1, 1961, p. 38
William HALLER, Milton and the Protestant Ethic, in: JBS 1/1, 1961, p. 52
Maurice D. LEE, Jr., The Earl of Arlington and the Treaty of Dover, in: JBS 1/1, 1961, p. 58
Jacob M. PRICE, Party, Purpose and Pattern: Sir Lewis Namier and His Critics, in: JBS 1/1, 1961, p. 71
Philip D. CURTIN, "The White Man's Grave": Image and Reality, 1780-1850, in: JBS 1/1, 1961, p. 94
Harvey GLICKMAN, The Toryness of English Conservatism, in: JBS 1/1, 1961, p. 111
JBS 1/2, 1962
Francis OAKLEY, On the Road from Constance to 1688: The Political Thought of John Major and George Buchanan, in: JBS 1/2, 1962, p. 1
Godfrey DAVIES; P.H. HARDACRE, The Restoration of the Scottish Episcopacy, in: JBS 1/2, 1962, p. 32
Maurice D. LEE, Jr., Commentary, in: JBS 1/2, 1962, p. 52
Robert WALCOTT, The Idea of Party in the Writing of Later Stuart History, in: JBS 1/2, 1962, p. 54
Donal Grove BARNES, Henry Pelham and the Duke of Newcastle, in: JBS 1/2, 1962, p. 62
Thomas W. COPELAND, The Reputation of Edmund Burke, in: JBS 1/2, 1962, p. 78
Michael KRAUS, Across the Western Sea, in: JBS 1/2, 1962, p. 91
David OWEN, The City Parochial Charities: The "Dead Hand" in Late Victorian London, in: JBS 1/2, 1962, p. 115
L.D. EPSTEIN, British Class Consciousness and the Labour Party, in: JBS 1/2, 1962, p. 136


JBS 2/1, 1962
Sylvia L. THRUPP, Economy and Society in Medieval England, in: JBS 2/1, 1962, p. 1
Lacey Baldwin SMITH, The Last Will and Testament of Henry VIII: A Question of Perspective, in: JBS 2/1, 1962, p. 14
Harvey C. MANSFIELD, Jr., Sir Lewis Namier Considered, in: JBS 2/1, 1962, p. 28
William B. WILLCOX, Too Many Cooks: British Planning Before Saratoga, in: JBS 2/1, 1962, p. 56
Donald C. BRYANT, Edmund Burke: A Generation of Scholarship and Discovery, in: JBS 2/1, 1962, p. 91
David SPRING; Travis L. CROSBY, George Webb Hall and The Agricultural Association, in: JBS 2/1, 1962, p. 115
Richard W. LYMAN, James Ramsay MacDonald and the Leadership of the Labour Party, in: JBS 2/1, 1962, p. 132
JBS 2/2, 1963
C. Warren HOLLISTER, The Irony of English Feudalism, in: JBS 2/2, 1963, p. 1
Robert S. HOYT, The Iron Age of English Feudalism, in: JBS 2/2, 1963, p. 27
Louis B. WRIGHT, Garrett Mattingly, Historian and Man of Letters, in: JBS 2/2, 1963, p. 33
Charles F. MULLETT, No Aganizing Reappraisal, in: JBS 2/2, 1963, p. 37
Donald J. GREENE, Samuel Johnson and "Natural Law", in: JBS 2/2, 1963, p. 59
Peter J. STANLIS, Commentary, in: JBS 2/2, 1963, p. 76
Charles R. RITCHESON, The London Press and the First Decade of American Independence, 1783-1793, in: JBS 2/2, 1963, p. 88
Albert V. TUCKER, Army and Society in England 1870-1900: A Reassessment of the Cardwell Reforms, in: JBS 2/2, 1963, p. 110
Robert L. TIGNOR, Lord Cromer: Practitioner and Philosopher of Imperialism, in: JBS 2/2, 1963, p. 142

JBS 3/1, 1963
John BEELER, Towards a Re-Evaluation of Medieval English Generalship, in: JBS 3/1, 1963, p. 1
Arthur B. FERGUSSON, The Tudor Commonweal and the Sense of Change, in: JBS 3/1, 1963, p. 11
Richard L. BUSHMAN, English Franchise Reform in the Seventeenth Century, in: JBS 3/1, 1963, p. 36
A.R.M. LOWER, Lawrence H. Gipson and the First British Empire: An Evaluation, in: JBS 3/1, 1963, p. 57
Stephen R. GRAUBARD, Castlereagh and the Peace of Europe, in: JBS 3/1, 1963, p. 79
Standish MEACHAM, The Evangelical Inheritance, in: JBS 3/1, 1963, p. 88
Robert D. FOULKE, Life in the Dying World of Sail, 1870-1910, in: JBS 3/1, 1963, p. 105
Nicholas R. CLIFFORD, Britain, America and the Far East, 1937-1940: A Failure in Cooperation, in: JBS 3/1, 1963, p. 137
   Correspondence, p. 155
JBS 3/2, 1964
Robert Livingston SCHUYLER, History and Historical Criticism: Recent Work of Richardson and Sayles, in: JBS 3/2, 1964, p. 1
William Huse DUNHAM, Jr., Regal Power and the Rule of Law: A Tudor Paradox, in: JBS 3/2, 1964, p. 24
David UNDERDOWN, The Independents Reconsidered, in: JBS 3/2, 1964, p. 57
Robert WALCOTT, "Sir Lewis Namier Considered" Considered, in: JBS 3/2, 1964, p. 85
Harvey C. MANSFIELD, Jr., Sir Lewis Namier Again Considered, in: JBS 3/2, 1964, p. 109
Mary D. CONDON, The Irish Church and the Reform Ministries, in: JBS 3/2, 1964, p. 120
Robert P.H. MERMAGEN, The Established Church in England and Ireland: Principles of Church Reform, in: JBS 3/2, 1964, p. 143
Melvin G. HOLLI, Joseph Chamberlain and the Jameson Raid: a Bibliographical Survey, in: JBS 3/2, 1964, p. 152
   Correspondence, p. 167

JBS 4/1, 1964
Francis OAKLEY, Greene and Stanlis on Dr. Johnson and the Natural Law: A Medieval Postscript, in: JBS 4/1, 1964, S. 1
R.J. KAUFMANN, "The Expense of Many a Vanished Sight", in: JBS 4/1, 1964, S. 6
William L. SACHSE, The Mob and the Revolution of 1688, in: JBS 4/1, 1964, S. 23
Neal WOOD, The Aesthetic Dimension of Burke's Political Thought, in: JBS 4/1, 1964, S. 41
Walter F. CANNON, Scientists and Broad Churchmen: An Early Victorian Intellectual Network, in: JBS 4/1, 1964, S. 65
Josef L. ALTHOLZ, The Political Behavior of the English Catholics, 1850-1867, in: JBS 4/1, 1964, S. 89
Joseph O. BAYLEN, W.T. Stead's History of the Mystery and the Jameson Raid, in: JBS 4/1, 1964, S. 104
Robert KELLEY, Asquith at Paisley; the Content of British Liberalism at the End of its Era, in: JBS 4/1, 1964, S. 133
JBS 4/2, 1965
William A. CHANEY, The Economics of Ruler-Cult in Anglo-Saxon Law, in: JBS 4/2, 1965, p. 1
G.R. ELTON, The Problems and Significance of Administrative History in the Tudor Period, in: JBS 4/2, 1965, p. 18
Rosalie L. COLIE, The Social Language of John Locke: A Study in the History of Ideas, in: JBS 4/2, 1965, p. 29
James William JOHNSON, Swift's Historical Outlook, in: JBS 4/2, 1965, p. 52
Herbert BUTTERFIELD, Some Reflections on the Early Years of George III's Reign, in: JBS 4/2, 1965, p. 78
John S. GALBRAITH, The Chartering of the British North Borneo Company, in: JBS 4/2, 1965, p. 102
Bentley B. GILBERT, The British National Insurance Act of 1911 and the Commercial Insurance Lobby, in: JBS 4/2, 1965, p. 127
   Correspondence, p. 149

JBS 5/1, 1965
Frederic CHEYETTE, Some Notations on Mr. Hollister's "Irony", in: JBS 5/1, 1965, p. 1
C. Warren HOLLISTER, Reflections on the Unicorn's Head, in: JBS 5/1, 1965, p. 15
Leland MILES, Persecution and the Dialogue of Comfort: a Fresh Look at the Charges against Thomas More, in: JBS 5/1, 1965, p. 19
Lotte GLOW, The Manipulation of Committees in the Long Parliament, 1641-1642, in: JBS 5/1, 1965, p. 31
John F.H. NEW, Cormwell and the Paradoxes of Puritanism, in: JBS 5/1, 1965, p. 53
Ian R. CHRISTIE, Was There a "New Toryism" in the Earlier Part of George III's Reign?, in: JBS 5/1, 1965, p. 60
Nancy G. CASSELS, Bentinck: Humanitarian and Imperialist – the Abolition of Suttee, in: JBS 5/1, 1965, p. 77
Helen Taft MANNING, Who Ran the British Empire – 1830-1850?, in: JBS 5/1, 1965, p. 88
Stanley R. STEMBRIDGE, Disraeli and the Millstones, in: JBS 5/1, 1965, p. 122
Richard W. LYMAN, The British Labour Party: the Conflict between Socialist Ideals and Practical Politics between the Wars, in: JBS 5/1, 1965, p. 140
   Correspondence, p. 153
JBS 5/2, 1966
Josiah C. RUSSELL, The Preplague Population of England, in: JBS 5/2, 1966, p. 1
William M. LAMONT, The Rise and Fall of Bishop Bilson, in: JBS 5/2, 1966, p. 22
L.J. TRINTERUD, William Haller, Historian of Puritanism, in: JBS 5/2, 1966, p. 33
Elizabeth Read FOSTER, Procedure in the House of Lords during the Early Stuart Period, in: JBS 5/2, 1966, p. 56
Lois G. SCHWOERER, The Role of King William II of England in the Standing Army Controversy – 1697-1699, in: JBS 5/2, 1966, p. 74
William O. AYDELOTTE, Parties and Issures in Early Victorian England, in: JBS 5/2, 1966, p. 95
Ann BECK, Colonial Policy and Education in British East Africa, 1900-1950, in: JBS 5/2, 1966, p. 115
Leon D. EPSTEIN, The Nuclear Deterrent and the British Election of 1964, in: JBS 5/2, 1966, p. 139
   Correspondence, p. 164

JBS 6/1, 1966
A.Z. FREEMAN, The King's Penny: the Headquarters Paymasters under Edward I, 1295-1307, in: JBS 6/1, 1966, p. 1
J.W. DALY, Could Charles I Be Trusted? The Royalist Case, 1642-1646, in: JBS 6/1, 1966, p. 23
Henry HORWITZ, Parties, Connections and Parliamentary Politics, 1689-1714: Review and Revision, in: JBS 6/1, 1966, p. 45
Peter HARNETTY, The Imperialism of Free Trade: Lancashire, India and the Cotton Supply Question, 1861-1865, in: JBS 6/1, 1966, p. 70
Gertrude HIMMELFARB, The Politics of Democracy: the English Reform Act of 1867, in: JBS 6/1, 1966, p. 97
Samuel J. HURWITZ, The Federation of the West Indies: a Study in Nationalisms, in: JBS 6/1, 1966, p. 139
   Correspondence, p. 169
JBS 6/2, 1967
Robert BRENTANO, The Sound of Stubbs, in: JBS 6/2, 1967, p. 1
George Dawson HEATH, Making the Instrument of Government, in: JBS 6/2, 1967, p. 15
Carolyn A. EDIE, New Buildings, New Taxes and Old Interests: an Urban Problem of the 1670s, in: JBS 6/2, 1967, p. 35
James William JOHNSON, Horace Walpole and W.S. Lewis, in: JBS 6/2, 1967, p. 64
John F.C. HARRISON, "The Steam Engine of the New Moral World": Owenism and Education, 1817-1829, in: JBS 6/2, 1967, p. 76
Donal N. LAMMERS, Britain, Russia and the Revival of "Entente Diplomacy": 1934, in: JBS 6/2, 1967, p. 99
Alfred F. HAVIGHURST, Paperbacks on British History, in: JBS 6/2, 1967, p. 124
   Correspondence, p. 166

JBS 7/1, 1967
David RODEN, Inheritance Customs and Succession to Land in the Chiltern Hills in the Thirteenth and Early Fourteenth Centuries, in: JBS 7/1, 1967, p. 1
Karl S. BOTTIGHEIMER, English Money and Irish Land: the "Adventurers" in the Cromwellian Settlement of Ireland, in: JBS 7/1, 1967, p. 12
Reed BROWNING, The Duke of Newcastle and the Imperial Election Plan, 1749-1754, in: JBS 7/1, 1967, p. 28
Sydney EISEN, Herbert Spencer and the Spectre of Comte, in: JBS 7/1, 1967, p. 48
Briton MARTIN, Lord Dufferin and the Indian National Congress, 1885-1888, in: JBS 7/1, 1967, p. 68
Barbara R. PENNY, Australia's Reactions to the Boer War –, a Study in Colonial Imperialism, in: JBS 7/1, 1967, p. 97
Sydney H. ZEBEL, Joseph Chamberlain and the Genesis of Tariff Reform, in: JBS 7/1, 1967, p. 131
JBS 7/2, 1968
Ralph V. TURNER, The Origins of the Medieval English Jury: Franksih, English or Scandinavian?, in: JBS 7/2, 1968, p. 1
George YULE, Independents and Revolutionaries, in: JBS 7/2, 1968, p. 11
H.T. DICKINSON, Henry St. John: a Reappraisal of the Young Bolingbroke, in: JBS 7/2, 1968, p. 33
Wayne WARNCKE, Samuel Johnson on Swift: the Life of Swift and Johnson's predecessors in Swiftian Biography, in: JBS 7/2, 1968, p. 56
Abraham D. KRIEGEL, The Politics of the Whigs in Opposition, 1834-1835, in: JBS 7/2, 1968, p. 65
Lawrence F. BARMANN, S.J., The Liturgical Dimension of the Oxford Tracts, 1833-1841, in: JBS 7/2, 1968, p. 92
Roy M. MACLEOD, Government and Resource Conservation: the Salmon Acts Administration, 1860-1886, in: JBS 7/2, 1968, p. 114
William TORDOFF, The Dismemberment and Revival of the Ashanti Confederacy, in: JBS 7/2, 1968, p. 151

JBS 8/1, 1968
Barbara MacDonald WALKER, King Henry I's "Old Men", in: JBS 8/1, 1968, p. 1
J.H. HEXTER, The English Aristocracy, Its Crises and the English Revolution, 1558-1660, in: JBS 8/1, 1968, p. 22
Lawrence STONE, Postscript to Eight Hundred and Forty-one Pages, in: JBS 8/1, 1968, p. 79
David UNDERDOWN, The Independents Again, in: JBS 8/1, 1968, p. 83
Charles F. MULLETT, A Village Aristotle and the Harmony of Interests: James Anderson (1739-1808) of Monks Hill, in: JBS 8/1, 1968, p. 94
Ira KLEIN, Salisbury, Rosebery and the Survival of Siam, in: JBS 8/1, 1968, p. 119
Barbee-Sue RODMAN, Britain Debates Justice: an Analysis of the Reparations Issue of 1918, in: JBS 8/1, 1968, p. 140
Stephen R. WARD, The British Veterans' Ticket of 1918, in: JBS 8/1, 1968, p. 155
   Correspondence, p. 170
JBS 8/2, 1969
Vernon F. SNOW, Proctorial Representation in the house of Lords during the Reign of Edward VI, in: JBS 8/2, 1969, p. 1
Audrey W. DOUGLAS, Cotton Textiles on England: the East India Company's Attempt to Exploit Developments in Fashion, in: JBS 8/2, 1969, p. 28
James M. HAAS, The Introduction of Task Work into the Royal Dockyards, 1775, in: JBS 8/2, 1969, p. 44
D.G. WRIGHT, Bradford and the American Civil War, in: JBS 8/2, 1969, p. 69
John F. KUTOLOWSKI, Mid-Victorian Public Opinion, Polish Propaganda and the Uprising of 1863, in: JBS 8/2, 1969, p. 86
R.N. SOFFER, New Elitism: Social Psychology in Prewar England, in: JBS 8/2, 1969, p. 111
David CARLTON, The Anglo-French Compromise on Arms Limitation, 1928, in: JBS 8/2, 1969, p. 141
   Correspondence, p. 163

JBS 9/1, 1969
W.R. JONES, patronage and Administration: the King's Free Chapels in Medieval England, in: JBS 9/1, 1969, p. 1
Arthur B. FERGUSON, John Twyne: a Tudor Humanist and the Problem of Legend, in: JBS 9/1, 1969, p. 24
J.H. HEXTER, Postscript to an Awfully Long Review, in: JBS 9/1, 1969, p. 45
James William JOHNSON, What Was Neo-Classicism?, in: JBS 9/1, 1969, p. 49
A.G.L. SHAW, British Attitudes to the Colonies, ca. 1820-1850, in: JBS 9/1, 1969, p. 71
F.B. SMITH, The "dependence of license upon faith": Miss Gertrude Himmelfarb on the Second Reform Act, in: JBS 9/1, 1969, p. 96
Gertrude HIMMELFARB, Commitment and Ideology: the Case of the Second Reform Act, in: JBS 9/1, 1969, p. 100
David M. RICCI, Fabian Socialism: a Theory of Rent ad Exploitation, in: JBS 9/1, 1969, p. 105
James C. ROBERTSON, The Origins of British Opposition to Mussolini over Ethiopia, in: JBS 9/1, 1969, p. 122
J.A. RAFTIS, British Historiography Decentralizes, in: JBS 9/1, 1969, p. 143
   Correspondence, p. 152
JBS 9/2, 1970
James W. ALEXANDER, The Becket Controversy in Recent Historiography, in: JBS 9/2, 1970, p. 1
J.C. DAVIS, More, Morton and the Politics of Accomodation, in: JBS 9/2, 1970, p. 27
Lawrence KAPLAN, Steps to War: the Scots and Parliament, 1642-1643, in: JBS 9/2, 1970, p. 50
Pat ROGERS, Swift and Bolingbroke on Faction, in: JBS 9/2, 1970, p. 71
Alexander TYRRELL, Class Consciousness in Early Victorian Britain: Samuel Smiles, Leeds Politics and the Self-Help Creed, in: JBS 9/2, 1970, p. 102
P.J. PERRY, An Agricultural Journalist on the "Great Depression": Richard Jefferies, in: JBS 9/2, 1970, p. 126
Kenneth D. BROWN, The Trade Union Tariff Reform Association, 1904-1913, in: JBS 9/2, 1970, p. 141
Sally MARKS, Behind the Scenes at the Paris Peace Conference of 1919, in: JBS 9/2, 1970, p. 154

JBS 10/1, 1970
W.R. JONES, The Court of the Verge: the Jurisdiction of the Steward and Marshal of the Household in Later Medieval England, in: JBS 10/1, 1970, p. 1
J.G.A. POCOCK, James Harrington and the Good Old Cause: a Study of the Ideological Context of His Writings, in: JBS 10/1, 1970, p. 30
Carolyn A. EDIE, Charles II, the Commons and the Neward Charter Dispute: the Crown's Last Attempt to Enfranchise a Borough, in: JBS 10/1, 1970, p. 49
Donald GREENE, What Indeed was Neo-Classicism? A Reply to James William Johnson's "What Was Neo-Classicism?", in: JBS 10/1, 1970, p. 69
Gertrude HIMMELFARB, Bentham's Utopia: The National Charity Company, in: JBS 10/1, 1970, p. 80
Robert A. HUTTENBACK, The Siege of Chitral and the "Breach of Faith" Controversy – the Imperial Factor in Late Victorian Domestic Politics, in: JBS 10/1, 1970, p. 126
John S. GALBRAITH, The British South Africa Company and the Jameson Raid, in: JBS 10/1, 1970, p. 145
Peter K. CLINE, Reopening the Case of the Lloyd George Coalition and the Postwar Economic Transition 1918-1919, in: JBS 10/1, 1970, p. 162
JBS 10/2, 1971
A.Z. FREEMAN, Wall-Breakers and River-Bridgers, in: JBS 10/2, 1971, p. 1
M.A.R. GRAVES, Proctorial Representation in the House of Lords during Edward VI's Reign: A Reassessment, in: JBS 10/2, 1971, p. 17
Vernon F. SNOW, A Rejoinder to Mr. Grave's Reassessment of Proctorial Representation, in: JBS 10/2, 1971, p. 36
B.J. SHAPIRO, The Universities and Science in Seventeenth Century England, in: JBS 10/2, 1971, p. 47
Glenn O. NICHOLS, English Government Borrowing, 1660-1688, in: JBS 10/2, 1971, p. 83
Anthony S. WOHL, Octavia Hill and the Homes of the London Poor, in: JBS 10/2, 1971, p. 105
David M. FAHEY, Temperence and the Liberal Party – Lord Peel's Report, 1899, in: JBS 10/2, 1971, p. 132
Douglas L. COLE, The Problem of "Nationalism" and "Imperialism" in British Settlement Colonies, in: JBS 10/2, 1971, p. 160

JBS 11/1, 1971
Roger B. MANNING, The Crisis of Episcopal Authority During the Reign of Elizabeth I, in: JBS 11/1, 1971, p. 1
J.W. DALY, John Bramhall and the Theoretical Problems of Royalist Moderation, in: JBS 11/1, 1971, p. 26
Lois G. SCHWOERER, The Fittest Subject for a King's Quarrel: An Essay on the Militia Controversy 1641-1642, in: JBS 11/1, 1971, p. 45
Henry HORWITZ, The General Election of 1690, in: JBS 11/1, 1971, p. 77
Bruce A. KNOX, The Rise of Colonial Federation as an Object of British Policy, 1850-1870, in: JBS 11/1, 1971, p. 92
Carl H.E. ZANGERL, The Social Composition of the County Magistracy in England and Wales, 1831-1887, in: JBS 11/1, 1971, p. 113
Ira KLEIN, The Anglo-Russian Convention and the Problem of Central Asia, 1907-1914, in: JBS 11/1, 1971, p. 126
Gertrude HIMMELFARB, The Writing of Social History: Recent Studies of Nineteenth-Century England [Review Article], in: JBS 11/1, 1971, p. 148
JBS 11/2, 1972
Stephen J. STEARNS, Conscription and English Society in the 1620s, in: JBS 11/2, 1972, p. 1
Richard E. WILLIS, Fox, Grenville and the Recovery of Opposition, 1801-1804, in: JBS 11/2, 1972, p. 24
Peter MARSH, Lord Salisbury and the Ottoman Massacres, in: JBS 11/2, 1972, p. 63
Robert V. KUBICEK, The Randlords in 1895: A Reassessment, in: JBS 11/2, 1972, p. 84
Richard A. REMPEL, Lord Hugh Cecil's Parliamentary Career, 1900-1914: Promise Unfulfilled, in: JBS 11/2, 1972, p. 104
Bentley B. GILBERT, Third Parties and Voters' Decisions: The Liberals and the General Election of 1945, in: JBS 11/2, 1972, p. 131
Richard A. SOLOWAY, Church and Society: Recent Trends in Nineteenth Century Religious History, in: JBS 11/2, 1972, p. 142

JBS 12/1, 1972
Charles R. YOUNG, English Royal Forests under the Angevin Kings, in: JBS 12/1, 1972, p. 1
Barrett L. BEER, London and the Rebellions of 1548-1549, in: JBS 12/1, 1972, p. 15
Stanley PIERSON, Ernsest Belfort Bax: 1854-1926. The Encounter of Marxism and Late Victorian Culture, in: JBS 12/1, 1972, p. 39
M.E. CHAMBERLAIN, Lord Cromer's "Ancient and Modern Imperialism": A Proconsular View of Empire, in: JBS 12/1, 1972, p. 61
Symposium: Ireland and British Politics, 1914-21
David W. SAVAGE, "The Parnell of Wales has Become the Chamberlain of England": Lloyd George and the Irish Question, in: JBS 12/1, 1972, p. 86
John M. MCEWEN, The Liberal Party and the Irish Question during the First World War, in: JBS 12/1, 1972, p. 109
John D. FAIR, The Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921: Unionist Aspects of the Peace, in: JBS 12/1, 1972, p. 132
Francis H. HERRICK, Gladstone and the Concept of the "English-Speaking Peoples", in: JBS 12/1, 1972, p. 150
JBS 12/2, 1973
C. Warren HOLLISTER; Thomas K. KEEFE, The Making of the Angevin Empire, in: JBS 12/2, 1973, p. 1
Ronald POLLITT, John Hawkins's Troublesome Voyages: Merchants, Bureaucrats and the Origins of the Slave Trade, in: JBS 12/2, 1973, p. 26
Hillel SCHWARTZ, Arminianism and the English Parliament, 1624-1629, in: JBS 12/2, 1973, p. 41
William L. SACHSE, England's "Black Tribunal": An Analysis of the Regicide Court, in: JBS 12/2, 1973, p. 69
K.J. HUGHES; Peter M. HOROWITZ, Organic Biography: The Death of An Art, in: JBS 12/2, 1973, p. 86
Thomas C. KENNEDY, Public Opinion and the Conscientious Objector, 1915-1919, in: JBS 12/2, 1973, p. 105
Aaron L. GOLDMAN, Defence Regulation 18B: Emergency Internment of Aliens and Political Dissenters in Great Britain During World War II, in: JBS 12/2, 1973, p. 120
Donald LAMMERS, Arno Mayer and the British Decision for War: 1914, in: JBS 12/2, 1973, p. 137

JBS 13/1, 1973
W.R. JONES, Rex et ministri: English Local Government and the Crisis of 1341, in: JBS 13/1, 1973, p. 1
Jerrilyn Green MARSTON, Gentry Honor and Royalism in Early Stuart England, in: JBS 13/1, 1973, p. 21
James William JOHNSON, Gibbons Architectural Metaphor, in: JBS 13/1, 1973, p. 44
F.K. PROCHASKA, English State Trials in the 1790s: A Case Study, in: JBS 13/1, 1973, p. 63
Peter D. JACOBSON, Rosebery and Liberal Imperialism, 1899-1903, in: JBS 13/1, 1973, p. 83
R.A. HUTTENBACK, The British Empire as a "White Man's Country" – Racial Attitudes and Immigration Legislation in the Colonies of White Settlement, in: JBS 13/1, 1973, p. 108
Maurice LEE, Jr., Archbishop Spottiswoode as Historian [Review Article], in: JBS 13/1, 1973, p. 138
Christophe BONE, Elie Halévy: Philosopher als Historian [Review Article], in: JBS 13/1, 1973, p. 151
JBS 13/2, 1974
Barbara HANAWALT WESTMAN, The Peasant Family and Crime in Fourteenth-Century England, in: JBS 13/2, 1974, p. 1
Lawrence STONE, Patriarchy and Paternalism in Tudor England: The Earl of Arundel and The Peasants Revolt of 1549, in: JBS 13/2, 1974, p. 19
Charles R. MIDDLETON, John Backhouse and the Origins of the Permanent Undersecretaryship for Foreign Affairs: 1828-1842, in: JBS 13/2, 1974, p. 24
Frank M. TURNER, Rainfall, Plagues and the Prince of Wales: A Chapter in the Conflict of Religion and Science, in: JBS 13/2, 1974, p. 46
Thomas W. HEYCK, Home Rule, Radicalism and the Liberal Party, 1866-1895, in: JBS 13/2, 1974, p. 66
Arnold BEICHMAN, The Conservative Research Department: The Care and Feeding of Future British Political Elites, in: JBS 13/2, 1974, p. 92
Marc L. SCHWARZ, James I and the Historians: Toward a Reconsideration [Review Article], in: JBS 13/2, 1974, p. 114
Martin J. WIENER, The Changing Image of William Cobbett [Review Article], in: JBS 13/2, 1974, p. 135

JBS 14/1, 1974
Arthur B. FERGUSON, The Non-Political Past in Bacon's Theory of History, in: JBS 14/1, 1974, p. 4
Elizabeth Read FOSTER, Petitions and the Petition of Right, in: JBS 14/1, 1974, p. 21
John T. EVANS, The Decline of Oligarchy in Seventeenth-Century Norwich, in: JBS 14/1, 1974, p. 46
Peter WEILER, William Clarke: The Making and Unmaking of a Fabian Socialist, in: JBS 14/1, 1974, p. 77
Barry MCGILL, Lloyd George's Timing of the 1918 Election, in: JBS 14/1, 1974, p. 109
JBS 14/2, 1975
Ernest D. JONES, The Crown, Three Benedictine Houses and the Statute of Mortmain 1279-1348, in: JBS 14/2, 1975, p. 1
Robert C. BRADDOCK, The Rewards of Office-Holding in Tudor England, in: JBS 14/2, 1975, p. 29
Joyce BROWN, Attercliffe, 1894: How One Local Liberal Party Failed to Meed the Challenge of Labour, in: JBS 14/2, 1975, p. 48
John W. AULD, The Liberal Pro-Boers, in: JBS 14/2, 1975, p. 78
Linda W. ROSENZWEIG, The Abdication of Edward VIII: A Psycho-Historical Explanation, in: JBS 14/2, 1975, p. 102
Walter L. ARNSTEIN, 'The Liberals and the General Eleciton of 1945': A Sceptical Note, in: JBS 14/2, 1975, p. 120
Bentley B. GILBERT, 'The Liberals and the General Eleciton of 1945': A Modest Rejoinder, in: JBS 14/2, 1975, p. 127

JBS 15/1, 1975
Ralph V. TURNER, Roman Law in England Before the Time of Bracton, in: JBS 15/1, 1975, p. 1
Diane WILLEN, Lord Russell and the Western Counties, 1539-1555, in: JBS 15/1, 1975, p. 26
Richard P. ROSS, The Social and Economic Causes of the Revolution in the Mathematical Sciences in Mid-Seventeenth Century England, in: JBS 15/1, 1975, p. 46
Gerald L. BELCHER, Spain and the Anglo-Portuguese Alliance of 1661: A Reassessment of Charles II's Foreign Policy at the Restoration, in: JBS 15/1, 1975, p. 67
Arthur N. GILBERT, Recruitment and Reform in the East India Company Army, 1760-1800, in: JBS 15/1, 1975, p. 89
James J. SACK, The Decline of the Grenvillite Faction under the First Duke of Buckingham and Chandos, 1817-1829, in: JBS 15/1, 1975, p. 112
Joyce S. PEDERSEN, Schoolmistresses and Headmistresses: Elites and Education in Nineteenth-Century England, in: JBS 15/1, 1975, p. 135
JBS 15/2, 1976
Laura S. O'CONNELL, Anti-Entrepreneurial Attitudes in Elizabethan Sermons and Popular Literature, in: JBS 15/2, 1976, p. 1
J. Sears MCGEE, Conversion and the Imitation of Christ in Anglican and Puritan Writing, in: JBS 15/2, 1976, p. 21
Paul CHRISTIANSON, The Causes of the English Revolution: A Reappraisal, in: JBS 15/2, 1976, p. 40
J.M. TREADWELL, Swift, William Wood and the Factual Basis of Satire, in: JBS 15/2, 1976, p. 76
Howard L. MALCHOW, Trade Unions and Emigration in Late Victorian England: A National Lobby for State Aid, in: JBS 15/2, 1976, p. 92
Lowell J. STRE, St. John Brodrick and Army Reform, 1901-1903, in: JBS 15/2, 1976, p. 117
Karl S. BOTTIGHEIMER, The Reformation in Ireland Revisted [Review Article], in: JBS 15/2, 1976, p. 140
D.C. MOORE, Is "The Other Face of Reform" in Bucks an "Hallucination"?, in: JBS 15/2, 1976, p. 150
R.W. DAVIS, [Is "The Other Face of Reform" in Bucks an "Hallucination"?] Yes, in: JBS 15/2, 1976, p. 159
   Books received, p. 162

JBS 16/1, 1976
John K. GRUENFELDER, The Lord Wardens and Elections, 1604-1628, in: JBS 16/1, 1976, p. 1
Judith J. HURWICH, Dissent and Catholicism in English Society: A Study of Warwickshire, 1660-1720, in: JBS 16/1, 1976, p. 24
Lynne E. WITHEY, Catharine Macaulay and the Uses of History: Ancient Rights, Perfectionism, Propaganda, in: JBS 16/1, 1976, p. 59
Michael W. MCCAHILL, Peers, Patronage and the Industrial Revolution, 1760-1800, in: JBS 16/1, 1976, p. 84
Richard HENDRIX, Popular Humor and The Black Dwarf, in: JBS 16/1, 1976, p. 108
D.G. PAZ, Working-Class Education and the State, 1839-1849: The Sources of Government Policy, in: JBS 16/1, 1976, p. 129
Matthew R. TEMMEL, Gladstone's Resignation to the Liberal Leadership, 1874-1875, in: JBS 16/1, 1976, p. 153
Bryce LYON, Edward IV [Review Article], in: JBS 16/1, 1976, p. 178
JBS 16/2, 1977
Timothy J. RUNYAN, Ships and Mariners in Later Medieval England, in: JBS 16/2, 1977, p. 1
Roger B. MANNING, Violence and Social Conflict in Mid-Tudor Rebellions, in: JBS 16/2, 1977, p. 18
Patricia CRAWFORD, "Charles Stuart, That Man of Blood", in: JBS 16/2, 1977, p. 41
F.K. PROCHASKA, Charity Bazaars in Nineteenth-Century England, in: JBS 16/2, 1977, p. 62
Michael J. MOORE, Social Work and Social Welfare: The Organization of Philanthropic Resources in Britain, 1900-1914, in: JBS 16/2, 1977, p. 85
Gregory D. PHILLIPS, The "Diehards" and the Myth of the "Backwoodsmen", in: JBS 16/2, 1977, p. 105
Donald LAMMERS, Nevil Shute and the Decline of the 'Imperial Idea' in Literature, in: JBS 16/2, 1977, p. 121
Joseph WHITE, A Panegyric on Edwardian Progressivism, in: JBS 16/2, 1977, p. 143

JBS 17/1, 1977
Martin PIMSLER, Solidarity in the Medieval Village? The Evidence of Personal Pledging at Elton, Huntingdonshire, in: JBS 17/1, 1977, p. 1
R.S. GOTTFRIED, Population, Plague and the Sweating Sickness: Demographic Movements in Late Fifteenth-Century England, in: JBS 17/1, 1977, p. 12
John FLANINGAM, The Occasional Conformity Controversy: Ideology and Party Politics, 1697-1711, in: JBS 17/1, 1977, p. 38
M.M. GOLDSMITH, Mandeville and the Spirit of Capitalism, in: JBS 17/1, 1977, p. 63
Fred D. SCHNEIDER, The Habit of Deference: The Imperial Factor and the "University Question" in Upper Canada, in: JBS 17/1, 1977, p. 82
Harold PERKIN, Individualism versus Collectivism in Nineteenth-Century Britain: A False Antithesis, in: JBS 17/1, 1977, p. 105
Louis B. ZIMMER, The 'Negative Argument' in J.S. Mill's Utilitarianism, in: JBS 17/1, 1977, p. 119
Gertrude HIMMELFARB, Reply to Louis B. Zimmer on Mill's 'Negative Argument', in: JBS 17/1, 1977, p. 138
D.C. MOORE, Some Thoughts on Thoroughness and Carefulness Suggested by Comparing the Reports of the Aylesbury Meeting of 24 February 1830 in The Times and the Bucks Gazette, in: JBS 17/1, 1977, p. 141
R.W. DAVIS, Rebuttal [to: D.C. Moore, Some Thoughts on Thoroughness and Carefulness Suggested by Comparing the Reports of the Aylesbury Meeting of 24 February 1830 in The Times and the Bucks Gazette], in: JBS 17/1, 1977, p. 143
JBS 17/2, 1978
Henry HORWITZ, The East India Trade, The Politicians and the Constitution: 1689-1702, in: JBS 17/2, 1978, p. 1
H.M. HÖPFL, From Savage to Scotsman: Conjectural History in the Scottish Enlightenment, in: JBS 17/2, 1978, p. 19
Arthur N. GILBERT, Military and Civilian Justice in Eighteenth-Century England: An Assessment, in: JBS 17/2, 1978, p. 41
Clive EMSLEY, The London 'Insurrection' of December 1792: Fact, Fiction or Fantasy?, in: JBS 17/2, 1978, p. 66
Richard MAXWELL, Henry Mayhew and the Life of the Streets, in: JBS 17/2, 1978, p. 87
Deryck SCHREUDER, Gladstone as "Troublemaker": Liberal Foreign Policy and the German Annexation of Alsace-Lorraine, 1870-1871, in: JBS 17/2, 1978, p. 106
Barbara MALAMENT, British Labour and Roosevelt's New Deal: The Response of the Left and the Unions, in: JBS 17/2, 1978, p. 136

JBS 18/1, 1978
Carl I. HAMMER, Jr., Anatomy of an Oligarchy: The Oxford Town Council in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, in: JBS 18/1, 1978, p. 1
Ogbu U. KALU, Continuity in Change: Bishops of London and Religious Dissent in Early Stuart England, in: JBS 18/1, 1978, p. 28
Derek HIRST, The Privy Council and Problems of Enforcement in the 1620s, in: JBS 18/1, 1978, p. 46
Peter ROEBUCK, Post-Restoration Landownership: The Impact of the Abolition of Wardship, in: JBS 18/1, 1978, p. 67
William C. LOWE, Bishops and Scottish Representative Peers in the House of Lords, 1760-1775, in: JBS 18/1, 1978, p. 86
Lee KRENIS, Authority and Rebellion in Victorian Autobiography, in: JBS 18/1, 1978, p. 107
J.M. MCEWEN, The Sturggle for Mastery in Britain: Lloyd George versus Asquith, December, 1916, in: JBS 18/1, 1978, p. 131
Anthony James COLES, The Moral Economy of the Crowd: Some Twentieth-Century Food Riots, in: JBS 18/1, 1978, p. 157
JBS 18/2, 1979
Charles T. WOOD, The English Crisis of 1297 in the Light of French Experience, in: JBS 18/2, 1979, p. 1
James L. GILLESPIE, Richard II's Archers of the Crown, in: JBS 18/2, 1979, p. 14
Ronald W. HERLAN, Poor Relief in London during the English Revolution, in: JBS 18/2, 1979, p. 30
F.G. JAMES, The Active Irish Peers in the Early Eighteenth Century, in: JBS 18/2, 1979, p. 52
Iain HAMPSHER-MONK, Civic Humanism and Parliamentary Reform: The Caswe of the Society of the Friends of the People, in: JBS 18/2, 1979, p. 70
Carla H. HAY, The Making of a Radical: The Case of James Burgh, in: JBS 18/2, 1979, p. 90
James E. CRONIN, The Peculiar Pattern of British Strikes since 1888, in: JBS 18/2, 1979, p. 118
Margaret HASTINGS; Elisabeth G. KIMBALL, Two Distinguished Medievalists – Nelli Neilson and Bertha Haven Putnam [Review Article], in: JBS 18/2, 1979, p. 142
Stephen D. WHITE, Observations on Early Stuart Parliamentary History [Review Article], in: JBS 18/2, 1979, p. 160
David UNDERDOWN, The Harrintonian Moment [Review Article], in: JBS 18/2, 1979, p. 171

JBS 19/1, 1979
Joel T. ROSENTHAL, Bede's Ecclesiastical History and the Material Conditions of Anglo-Saxon Life, in: JBS 19/1, 1979, p. 1
W.R. JONES, The English Church and Royal Propaganda during the Hundred Years War, in: JBS 19/1, 1979, p. 18
Anthony SALERNO, The Social Background of Seventeenth-Century Emigration to America, in: JBS 19/1, 1979, p. 31
Joan K. KINNAIRD, Mary Astell and the Conservative Contribution to English Feminism, in: JBS 19/1, 1979, p. 53
John A. PHILLIPS, The Structure of Electoral Politics in Unreformed England, in: JBS 19/1, 1979, p. 76
Andrew ROSEN, Emily Davies and the Women's Movement, 1862-1867, in: JBS 19/1, 1979, p. 101
William G. PALMER, The Burden of Proof: J.H. Hexter and Christopher Hill, in: JBS 19/1, 1979, p. 122
J.H. HEXTER, A Reply to Mr. Palmer: A Vision of Files, in: JBS 19/1, 1979, p. 130
JBS 19/2, 1980
David CARPENTER, The Fall of Hubert DeBurgh, in: JBS 19/2, 1980, p. 1
Katherine S.H. WYNDHAM, Crown Land and Royal Patronage in Mid-Sixteenth Century England, in: JBS 19/2, 1980, p. 18
Paul SEAVER, The Puritan Work Ethic Revisited, in: JBS 19/2, 1980, p. 35
Clive HOLMES, The County Community in Stuart Historiography, in: JBS 19/2, 1980, p. 54
Philip D. JONES, The Bristol Bridge Riot and Its Antecedents: Eighteenth-Century Perception of the Crowd, in: JBS 19/2, 1980, p. 74
Richard M. SCHNEER, Arthur Wellesley and the Contra Convention: A New Look at an Old Puzzle, in: JBS 19/2, 1980, p. 93
John David ROOT, The Philosophical and Religious Thought of Arthur James Balfour (1848-1930), in: JBS 19/2, 1980, p. 120
John D. FAIR, The Conservative Basis for the Formation of the National Government of 1931, in: JBS 19/2, 1980, p. 142

JBS 20/1, 1980
Robert S. GOTTFRIED, Bury St. Edmunds and the Populations of Late Medieval Towns, 1270-1530, in: JBS 20/1, 1980, p. 1
Michael MCGIFFERT, Covenant, Crown and Commons in Elizabethan Puritanism, in: JBS 20/1, 1980, p. 32
J.W. MARTIN, Elizabethan Familists and English Separatism, in: JBS 20/1, 1980, p. 53
Richard GLEISSNER, The Levellers and Natural Law: The Putney Debates of 1647, in: JBS 20/1, 1980, p. 74
Brian P. LEVACK, The Great Scottish Witch Hunt of 1661-1662, in: JBS 20/1, 1980, p. 90
D.R. HIRSCHBERG, The Government and Church Patronage in England, 1660-1670, in: JBS 20/1, 1980, p. 109
J.V. BECKETT, The Making of a Pocket Borough: Cockerhouth 1722-1756, in: JBS 20/1, 1980, p. 140
T.W. HEYCK, From Men of Letters to Intellectuals: The Transformation of Intellectual Life in Nineteenth-Century England, in: JBS 20/1, 1980, p. 158
Patricia AUSPOS, Radicalism, Pressure Groups and Party Politics: from the National Education League to the National Liberal Federation, in: JBS 20/1, 1980, p. 184
Gregory D. PHILLIPS, Lord Willoughby de Broke and the Politics of Radical Toryism, 1909-1914, in: JBS 20/1, 1980, p. 205
JBS 20/2, 1981
Gary M. BELL, Elizabethan Diplomatic Compensation: Its Nature and Variety, in: JBS 20/2, 1981, p. 1
Joan KENT, The English Village Constable, 1580-1642: The Nature and Dilemmas of the Office, in: JBS 20/2, 1981, p. 26
Mark KISHLANSKY, Consensus Politics and the Structure of Debate at Putney, in: JBS 20/2, 1981, p. 50
C. John SOMMERVILLE, The Anti-Puritan Work Ethic, in: JBS 20/2, 1981, p. 70
P.B. MUNSCHE, The Gamekeeper and English Rural Society 1660-1830, in: JBS 20/2, 1981, p. 82
Richard TEICHGRAEBER, Rethinking Das Adam Smith Problem, in: JBS 20/2, 1981, p. 106
Peter DUNKLEY, Whigs and Paupers: The Reform of the English Poor Laws, 1830-1834, in: JBS 20/2, 1981, p. 124
J.A. THOMPSON, The "Peace Ballot" and the "Rainbow" Controversy, in: JBS 20/2, 1981, p. 150

JBS 21/1, 1981
Stephanie L. MOOERS, "Backers and Stabbers": Problems of Loyalty in Robert Curthose's Entourage, in: JBS 21/1, 1981, p. 1
Chrostpher CLAY, Property Settlements, Financial Provision for the Family and Sale of Land by the Greater Landowners, in: JBS 21/1, 1981, p. 18
Steven ZWICKER; Derek HIRST, Rhetoric and Disguise: Political Language and Political Argument in Absalom and Achitophel, in: JBS 21/1, 1981, p. 39
Arthur S. WILLIAMS, Panegyric Decorum in the Reigns of William III and Anne, in: JBS 21/1, 1981, p. 56
J.F. MACLEAR, The Idea of "American Protestantism" and British Nonconformity, 1829-1840, in: JBS 21/1, 1981, p. 68
J.R. FISHER, The Limits of Deference: Agricultural Communities in a Mid-Nineteenth Century Election Campaign, in: JBS 21/1, 1981, p. 90
Bruce L. KINZER, J.S. Mill and the Problem of Party, in: JBS 21/1, 1981, p. 106
JBS 21/2, 1982
David S. SPEAR, The Norman Empire and the Secular Clergy, 1066-1204, in: JBS 21/2, 1982, p. 1
F.J. LEVY, How Information Spread Among the Gentry, 1550-1640, in: JBS 21/2, 1982, p. 11
Dean RAPP, The Left-Wing Whigs: Whitbread, The Mountain and Reform, 1809-1815, in: JBS 21/2, 1982, p. 35
Nancy F. ANDERSON, The "Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister Bill" Controversy: Incest Anxiety and the Defense of Family Purity in Victoran England, in: JBS 21/2, 1982, p. 67
Edward A. ALLEN, Public School Elites in Early-Victorian England: The Boys and Harrow and Merchant Taylors' Schools from 1825 to 1850, in: JBS 21/2, 1982, p. 87
Evelyn L. PUGH, Florence Nightingale and J.S. Mill Debate Women's Rights, in: JBS 21/2, 1982, p. 118

JBS 22/1, 1982
Peter Iver KAUFMAN, John Colet's Opus de sacramentis and Clerical Anticlericalism: The Limitations of "Ordinary Wayes", in: JBS 22/1, 1982, p. 1
Richard L. GREAVES, Concepts of Political Obedience in Late Tudor England: Conflicting Perspectives, in: JBS 22/1, 1982, p. 23
Barbara PEARDON, The Politics of Polemic: John Ponet's Short Treatise of Politic Power and Contemporary Circumstance, 1553-1556, in: JBS 22/1, 1982, p. 35
Ellen MORE, John Goodwin and the Origins of the New Arminiansim, in: JBS 22/1, 1982, p. 50
Clayton ROBERTS, The Fall of the Godolphin Ministry, in: JBS 22/1, 1982, p. 71
Richard COOPER, William Pitt, Taxation and the Needs of War, in: JBS 22/1, 1982, p. 94
Jerome MECKIER, Willie Collins's The Woman in White: Providence Against the Evils of Propriety, in: JBS 22/1, 1982, p. 104
J.M. MCEWEN, Lloyd George's Acquisition of the Daily Chronicle in 1918, in: JBS 22/1, 1982, p. 127
JBS 22/2, 1983
James W. ALEXANDER, The English Palatinates and Edward I, in: JBS 22/2, 1983, p. 1
Scott L. WAUGH, For King, Country and Patron: the Despensers and Local Administration, 1321-1322, in: JBS 22/2, 1983, p. 23
Robert ZALLER, Edward Alford and the Making of Country Radicalism, in: JBS 22/2, 1983, p. 59
Edwin JAGGARD, Cornwall Politics 1826-1832: Another Face of Reform?, in: JBS 22/2, 1983, p. 80
William A. GREEN, Emancipation to Indenture: A Question of Imperial Morality, in: JBS 22/2, 1983, p. 98
Rosemary JANN, From Amateur to Professional: The Case of the Oxbridge Historians, in: JBS 22/2, 1983, p. 122

JBS 23/1, 1983
Richard ABELS, The Council of Whitby: A Study in Early Anglo-Saxon Politics, in: JBS 23/1, 1983, p. 1
Judith M. BENNETT, Spouses, Siblings and Surnames: Reconstructing Families from Medieval Village Court Rolls, in: JBS 23/1, 1983, p. 26
William Joseph BIRKEN, The Royal College of Physicians of London and Its Support of the Parliamentary Cause in the English Civil War, in: JBS 23/1, 1983, p. 47
P.W.J. BARRTRIP, State Intervention in Mid-Nineteenth Century Britain: Fact or Fiction?, in: JBS 23/1, 1983, p. 63
Peter MCCANDLESS, Dangerous to Themselves and Others: The Victorian Debate over the Prevention of Wrongful Confinement, in: JBS 23/1, 1983, p. 84
George L. BERNSTEIN, Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman and the Liberal Imperialists, in: JBS 23/1, 1983, p. 105
John R. GREENAWAY, Warren Fisher and the Transformation of the British Treasury, 1919-1939, in: JBS 23/1, 1983, p. 125
JBS 23/2, 1984
Mavis MATE, Property Investment by Canterbury Cathedral Priory 1250-1400, in: JBS 23/2, 1984, p. 1
John J. LAROCCA, S.J., "Who Can't Pray With Me, Can't Love Me": Toleration and the Early Jacobean Recusancy Policy, in: JBS 23/2, 1984, p. 22
Raymond A. ANSELMENT, Clarendon and the Caroline Myth of Peace, in: JBS 23/2, 1984, p. 37
James E. BRADLEY, Religion and Reform at the Polls: Nonconformity in Cambridge Politics, 1774-1784, in: JBS 23/2, 1984, p. 55
Angus HAWKINS, British Parliamentary Party Alignment and the Indian Issue, 1857-1858, in: JBS 23/2, 1984, p. 79
Kathleen E. MCCRONE, Play Up! Play Up! And Play the Game! Sport at the Late Victorian Girls' Public School, in: JBS 23/2, 1984, p. 106
David J. WRENCH, "Cashing In": The Parties and the National Government, August 1931-September 1932, in: JBS 23/2, 1984, p. 135

JBS 24, 1985
Blair WORDEN, The Commonwealth Kidney of Algernon Sidney, in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 1
Lois G. SCHWOERER, William, Lord Russell: The Making of a Martyr, 1683-1983, in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 41
Joel T. ROSENTHAL, A Historiorgraphical Survey: Anglo-Saxon Kings and Kingship since World War II, in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 72
James W. ALEXANDER, A Historiographical Survey: Norman and Plantagenet Kings since World War II, in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 94
John W. COOGAN; Peter F. COOGAN, The British Cabinet and the Anglo-French Staff Talks, 1905-1914: Who Knew What and When Did He Know It?, in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 110
Sheila LAMBERT, The Upper House [Review], in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 132
Trevor LLOYD, Voters and Parties in Modern Britain [Review], in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 134
Jenny WORMALD, Gunpowder, Treason and Scots, in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 141
Kenneth FINCHAM; Peter LAKE, The Ecclesiastical Policy of King James I, in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 169
Richard CUST, Charles I, the Privy Council and the Forced Loan, in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 208
Ann HUGHES, The King, the Parliament and the Localities during the English Civil War, in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 236
Sears MCGEE, Puritans and Politics [Review], in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 264
Norma LANDAU, Going local: The Social History of Stuart and Hanoverian England [Review], in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 273
J.G.A. POCOCK, The History of British Political Thought: The Creation of a Center, in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 283
John MORRILL, Sir William Brereton and England's Wars of Religion, in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 311
Ian K. STEELE, Communicating an English Revolution to the Colonies, 1688-1689, in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 333
Eveline CRUICKSHANKS; Howard ERSKINE-HILL, The Waltham Black Act and Jacobitism, in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 358
A. Roger EKIRCH, The Transportation of Scottish Criminals to America during the Eighteenth Century, in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 366
J.M.W. BEAN, Land and Peasant in Preindustrial England [Review], in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 375
Bernard SEMMEL, Ideology and the History of Ideas [Review], in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 382
Thomas William HEYCK, The Genetic Turn of Mind in Victorian England [Review], in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 388
Susan REYNOLDS, What Do We Mean by "Anglo-Saxon" and "Anglo-Saxons"?, in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 395
David NICHOLLS, The English Middle Class and the Ideological Significance of Radicalism, 1760-1886, in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 415
Ellis Archer WASSON, The Great Whigs and Parliamentary REform, 1809-1830, in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 434
Gary MCCULLOCH, Labour, the Left and the British General Election of 1945, in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 465
F.M. LEVENTHAL, Changing Fortunes in Fleet Street [Review], in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 490
Harold PERKIN, An Open Elite [Review], in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 496
Howard NENNER, Politics, Principles and the King's Business in the Late Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries [Review], in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 501
H.T. DICKINSON, Politics and the People in the Reign of George III [Review], in: JBS 24, 1985, p. 508

JBS 25, 1986
Isaac KRAMNICK, Eighteenth-Century Science and Radical Social Theory: The Case of Joseph Priestly's Scientific Liberalism, in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 1
Linda Levy PECK, "For a King not to be bountiful were a fault": Perspectives on Court Patronage in Early Stuart England, in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 31
Frederick DREYER, A "Religious Society under Heaven": John Wesley and the Identity of Methodism, in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 62
Susan PEDERSEN, Hanna More Meets Simple Simon: Tracts, Chapbooks and Popular Culture in Late Eighteenth-Century England, in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 84
John F. NAYLOR, Forging the Pattern of Postwar International Relations [Review], in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 114
Steward J. BROWN, Assimilation and Identity in Modern Scottish History [Review], in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 119
Lorna WEATHERILL, A Possession of One's Own: Women and Consumer Behavior in England, 1660-1740, in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 131
Carole RAWCLIFFE; Susan FLOWER, English Noblemen and their Advisers: Consultaiton and Collaboration in the Later Middle Ages, in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 157
Larry STEWARD, The Selling of Newton: Science and Technology in Early Eighteenth-Century England, in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 178
Albion M. URDANK, Custom, Conflict and Traditional Authority in the Gloucester Weaver Strike of 1825, in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 193
Derek FRASER, The Pied Piper and the Magpie: Current Work in Urban History [Review], in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 227
Jeffrey COX, Labor History and the Labor Movement [Review], in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 233
R.J.Q. ADAMS, Asquith's Choice: The May Coalition and the Coming of Conscription, 1915-1916, in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 243
John REEVE, The Arguments in King's Bench in 1629 concerning the Imprisonment of John Selden and Other Members of the House of Commons, in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 264
Anita GUERRINI, The Tory Newtonians: Gregory, Pitcairne and Their Circle, in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 288
Randall MCGOWEN, A Powerful Sympathy: Terror, the Prison and Humanitarian Reform in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain, in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 312
Mary Beth ROSE, Making Gender the Question [Review], in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 335
Mark OVERTON, Depression or Revolution? English Agriculture, 1640-1750 [Review], in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 344
Kirk WILLIS, Of Men and Memories [Review], in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 352
Linda COLLEY, The Politics of Eighteenth-Century British History, in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 359
Joanna INNES; John STYLES, The Crime Wave: Recent Writing on Crime and Criminal Justice in Eighteenth-Century England, in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 380
R.A. HOUSTON, British Society in the Eighteenth Century, in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 436
T.H. BREEN, An Empire of Goods: The Anglicization of Colonial America, 1690-1776, in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 467
Eveline CRUICKSHANKS, Right and Might [Review], in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 500
John A. PHILLIPS, Peers and Parliamentarians versus Jacobites and Jacobins: Eighteenth-Century Stability? [Review], in: JBS 25, 1986, p. 504

JBS 26, 1987
Paul W. SCHROEDER, Old Wine in Old Bottles: Recent Contributions to British Foreign Policy and European International Politics, 1789-1848, in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 1
Jeremy BLACK, British Foreign Policy in the Eighteenth Century: A Survey, in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 26
Peter WEILER, British Labour and the Cold War: The Foreign Policy of the Labour Governments, 1945-1951, in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 54
Martin J. WIENER, THe March of Penal Progress? [Review], in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 83
Larry DICKEY, The Pocockian Moment [Review], in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 96
David Harris SACKS, History in Literature: The Renaissance [Review], in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 107
George BEHLMER, Theory and Antitheory in Nineteenth-Century British Social History [Review], in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 123
William M. KUHN, Ceremony and Politics: The British Monarchy, 1871-1872, in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 133
Anne Reiber DEWINDT, Redefining the Peasant Community in Medieval England: The Regional Perspective, in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 163
Dale HOAK, The Secret History of the Tudor Court: The King's Coffers and the King's Purse, 1542-1553, in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 208
J.P. ELLENS, Lord John Russell and the Church Rate Conflict: The Struggel for a Broad Church, 1834-1868, in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 232
Robert BARTLETT, The Cobbler's Art [Review], in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 258
David UNDERDOWN, Assessing an Artisan [Review], in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 261
Daniel Scott SMITH, The "Troubled Issue of Agence in History": British Historical Demography since 1750 [Review], in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 265
Robert B. SHOEMAKER, The London "Mob" in the Early Eighteenth Century, in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 273
Thomas F. MAYER, A Diet for Henry VIII: The Failure of Reginald Pole's 1537 Legation, in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 305
Ian D.C. NEWBOULD, The Whigs, the Church and Education, 1839, in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 332
William LAMONT, Biography and the Puritan Revolution [Review], in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 347
Arthur WILLIAMSON, Social Science and the Reconstruciton of the Scottish Past [Review], in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 354
Michael J. CRAWFORD, Origins of the Eighteenth-Century Evangelical Revival: England and New England Compared, in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 361
W.M. ORMROD, Edward III and His Family, in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 398
Abraham D. KRIEGEL, A Convergence of Ethics: Saints and Whigs in British Antislavery, in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 423
John MORRILL, The Econology of Allegiance in the English Revolution [Review], in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 451
David UNDERDOWN, A Reply to John Morrill [Review], in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 468
Jonathan SCHNEER, History and Imagination [Review], in: JBS 26, 1987, p. 480

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