Midland History
vol. 1, 1971/72 – vol. 28, 2003

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Midland History 1/1, 1971/72
J. MONEY, Birmingham and the West Midlands, 1760-1793: Politics and Regional Identity in the English Provinces in the Later Eighteenth Century, in: Midland History 1/1, 1971/72, p. 1
J.A. JOHNSON, The Probate Inventories and Wills of a Worcestershire Parish, 1676-1775, in: Midland History 1/1, 1971/72, p. 20
Neil MCKENDRICK, The Victorian View of Midland History: A Historiographical Study of the Potteries, in: Midland History 1/1, 1971/72, p. 34
Lawrence S. SNELL, Accessions to Archives, 1969, in: Midland History 1/1, 1971/72, p. 48
   Reviews of Books, p. 55
Midland History 1/2, 1971/72
Stanley D. CHAPMAN, The Cost of Power in the Industrial Revolution in Britain: The Case of the Textile Industry, in: Midland History 1/2, 1971/72, p. 1
Alan ROGERS, Three Early Maps of the Isle of Axholme, in: Midland History 1/2, 1971/72, p. 25
R.A. CHURCH, The Railway Age: A Reinterpretation, in: Midland History 1/2, 1971/72, p. 32
Lawrence S. SNELL, Accessions to Archives, 1970, in: Midland History 1/2, 1971/72, p. 42
   Reviews of Books, p. 48
Midland History 1/3, 1971/72
Christopher DYER, A Small Landowner in the Fifteenth Century, in: Midland History 1/3, 1971/72, p. 1
B.A. HOLDERNESS, The Agricultural Activities of the Massingberds of South Ormsby, Lincolnshire, 1638-c. 1750, in: Midland History 1/3, 1971/72, p. 15
Eric TAYLOR, The Midlands Counties Trades Federation, 1866-1914, in: Midland History 1/3, 1971/72, p. 26
E.P. THOMPSON, Anthropology and the Discipline of Historical Context, in: Midland History 1/3, 1971/72, p. 41
   Reviews of Books, p. 56
Midland History 1/4, 1971/72
A. GOODER, The Population Crisis of 1727-30 in Warwickshire, in: Midland History 1/4, 1971/72, p. 1
Pamela HORN, The Warwickshire Agricultural and General Workers' Union 1893-97, in: Midland History 1/4, 1971/72, p. 23
H.B. CLARKE, Domesday Slavery (Adjusted for Slaves), in: Midland History 1/4, 1971/72, p. 37
Lawrence S. SNELL, Accessions to Archives 1971 (Part One), in: Midland History 1/4, 1971/72, p. 47
   Reviews of Books, p. 55

Midland History 2, 1973/74
Philip RAHTZ, 'Rescue' and Archaeology in the West Midlands, in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 1
Jeffrey MAY, Rescue Archaeology in the East Midlands, in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 11
Wendy DAVIES, Middle Anglia and the Middle Angles, in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 18
Eric HOPKINS, An Anatomy of Strikes in the Glass Industry, 1850-1914, in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 21
F.B. STITT, Midland Archives Collections: I. The Staffordshire Record Offices, in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 32
Lawrence S. SNELL, Accessions to Archives (Part Two), in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 42
   Reviews of Books, p. 48
T.H. LLOYD, Dr. Wade and the Working Class, in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 61
Christopher GREEN, Birmingham's Politics, 1873-1891: the Local Basis of Change, in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 84
A.A. DIBBEN, Midland Archives Collection: II. The City Record Office, Coventry, in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 99
Lawrence S. SNELL, Historical Societies of the Midlands and their Publications, in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 110
   Reviews of Books, p. 118
P.R. COSS, Coventry before Incorporation: A Re-interpretation, in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 137
K.R. ADEY, Seventeenth-Century Stafford: A County Town in Decline, in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 152
David ROLF, The Politics of Agriculture: Farmers' Organisations and Parliamentary Representation in Herefordshire, 1909-1922, in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 168
Lawrence S. SNELL, Historical Societies of the Midlands and their Publications, in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 187
   Reviews of Books, p. 196
Poor Law and Poor Relief in the 19th-Century Midlands
Roger SMITH, Poor Law and Poor Relief in the 19th-Century Midlands: I. Relief of Urban Poverty outside the Poor Law, 1800-1850: A Study of Nottingham, in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 215
Vincent J. WALSH, Poor Law and Poor Relief in the 19th-Century Midlands: II. Old and New Poor Laws in Shropshire, in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 225
C.P. GRIFFIN, Poor Law and Poor Relief in the 19th-Century Midlands: III. Chartism and Opposition to the New Poor Law in Nottinghamshire: The Basford Union Workhouse Affair of 1844, in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 244
R.P. HASTINGS, The General Strike in Birmingham, 1926, in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 250
G.G. ASTILL, Notes and Documents: An Early Inventory of a Leicestershire Knight, in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 274
E.M. JANCEY, Midland Archives Collections: Hereford Record Office, in: Midland History 2, 1973/74, p. 284

Midland History 3,
Eric KLINGELHÖFER, Evidence of Town Planning in Late Saxon Warwick, in: Midland History 3, 1975/76, p. 1
A. Compton REEVES, William Booth, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield (1447-52), in: Midland History 3, 1975/76, p. 11
Lawrence S. SNELL, Accessions to Archives 1972, in: Midland History 3, 1975/76, p. 42
   Reviews of Books, p. 59
Emma MASON, The Resources of The Earldom of Warwick in the Thirteenth Century, in: Midland History 3, 1975/76, p. 67
Rosemary O'DAY, Cumulative Debt: the Bishops of Coventry and Lichfield and their Economic Problems, in: Midland History 3, 1975/76, p. 77
B.A. HOLDERNESS, Credit in a Rural Community, 1660-1800, in: Midland History 3, 1975/76, p. 94
Eric RICHARDS, The Social and Electoral Influence of the Trentham Interest, 1800-1860, in: Midland History 3, 1975/76, p. 117
   Reviews of Books, p. 149
David PHILIPS, The Black Country Magistracy, 1835-60, in: Midland History 3, 1975/76, p. 161
Peter GRIFFITHS, presure Groups and Parties in late Victorian England, in: Midland History 3, 1975/76, p. 191
Ian GENTLES, The Purchasers of Northamptonshire Crown Lands, 1649-1660, in: Midland History 3, 1975/76, p. 206
   Reviews of Books, p. 233
John K. GRUENFELDER, Two Midland Parliamentary Elections of 1604, in: Midland History 3, 1975/76, p. 241
Dale Edward WILLIAMS, Midland Hunger Riots in 1766, in: Midland History 3, 1975/76, p. 256
R.W. AMBLER, The Transormation of Harvest Celebrations in Nineteenth-Century Lincolnshire, in: Midland History 3, 1975/76, p. 298
   Reviews of Books, p. 306

Midland History 4, 1977
David POSTLES, Problems in the Administration of Small Manors: Three Oxfordshire Glebe-Demesnes, 1278-1345, in: Midland History 4, 1977, p. 1
Judith J. HURWICH, 'A Fanatick Town': The Political Influence of Dissenters in Coventry, 1660-1720, in: Midland History 4, 1977, p. 15
Marie ROWLANDS, Society and Industry in the West Midlands at the End of the Seventeenth Century, in: Midland History 4, 1977, p. 48
Pamela HORN, The Employment of Children in Victorian Oxfordshire, in: Midland History 4, 1977, p. 61
   Reviews of Books, p. 75
Margaret Gay DAVIES, Country Gentry and Falling Rents in the 1660s and 1670s, in: Midland History 4, 1977, p. 86
David CANNADINE, Politics, Propaganda and Art: the Case of Two 'Worcestershire Lads', in: Midland History 4, 1977, p. 97
   Reviews of Books, p. 123
Anne DE WINDT, A Peasant Land Market and its Participants: Kings Ripton 1280-1400, in: Midland History 4, 1977, p. 142
Lynn BEATS, The East Midland Association, in: Midland History 4, 1977, p. 160
P.R. EDWARDS, The Development of Dairy Farming on the North Shropshire Plain in the Seventeenth Century, in: Midland History 4, 1977, p. 175
J.A. JOHNSTON, Worcestershire Probate Inventories, 1699-1716, in: Midland History 4, 1977, p. 191
R.P. STURGES, The Membership of the Derby Philosophical Society, 1783-1802, in: Midland History 4, 1977, p. 212
Eric HOPKINS, Working-Class Housing in the smaller Industrial Town of the Nineteenth Century: Stourbridge – A Case Study, in: Midland History 4, 1977, p. 230
   Reviews of Books, p. 255

Midland History 5, 1979/80
Ralph A. GRIFFITHS, The Hazards of Civil War: The Mountford Family and the 'Wars of the Roses', in: Midland History 5, 1979/80, p. 1
P.J.C. FIELD, Thomas Malory and the Warwick Retinue, in: Midland History 5, 1979/80, p. 20
Alan ROGERS, An Early Seventeenth-Century Listing: Wollaton, Notts., in: Midland History 5, 1979/80, p. 31
R. HUTTON, The Worcestershire Clubmen in the English Civil War, in: Midland History 5, 1979/80, p. 40
Stephen A. ROYLE, Aspects of Nineteenth-Century Small Town Society: A Comparative Study from Leicestershire, in: Midland History 5, 1979/80, p. 50
J.R. HOWE, Corruption in British Elections in the Early Twentieth Century: Some Examples from Gloucestershire, in: Midland History 5, 1979/80, p. 63
R.P. HASTINGS, The Birmingham Labour Movement, 1918-1945, in: Midland History 5, 1979/80, p. 78
   Reviews of Books, p. 93

Midland History 6, 1981
Arthur GOODER; Eileen GOODER, Coventry before 1355: Unity or Division?, in: Midland History 6, 1981, p. 1
Jill R. DIAS, Lead, Society and Politics in Derbyshire before the Civil War, in: Midland History 6, 1981, p. 39
David F. MOSLER, The 'other Civil War': Internecine Politics in the Warwickshire County Committees, 1642-1659, in: Midland History 6, 1981, p. 58
P.R. EDWARDS, The Cattle Trade of Shropshire in the Late Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, in: Midland History 6, 1981, p. 72
J.R. FISHER, The Tory Revival of the 1830s: An Uncontested Election in South Nottinghamshire, in: Midland History 6, 1981, p. 95
C.P. GRIFFIN, Colliery Owners and Trade Unionism: The Case of South Derbyshire in the Mid-Nineteenth Century, in: Midland History 6, 1981, p. 109
David ENGLANDER, Tenants and Politics: The Birmingham Tenants' Federation during and after the First World War, in: Midland History 6, 1981, p. 124
   Reviews of Books, p. 142

Midland History 7, 1982
R.H. HILTON, The Small Town and Urbanisation – Evesham in the Middle Ages, in: Midland History 7, 1982, p. 1
Jean BIRRELL, Who Poached the King's Deer? A Study in Thirteenth Century Crime, in: Midland History 7, 1982, p. 9
J.M. MARTIN, A Warwickshire Market Town in Adversity: Stratford-upon-Avon in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, in: Midland History 7, 1982, p. 26
Anne L. HUGHES, Warwickshire on the Eve of the Civil War: A County Community?, in: Midland History 7, 1982, p. 42
Clive EMSLEY, The Bedfordshire Police 1840-1856: A Case Study in the Working of the Rural Constabulary Act, in: Midland History 7, 1982, p. 73
D.C. WOODS, The Operation of the Master and Servants' Act in the Black Country, 1858-1875, in: Midland History 7, 1982, p. 93
B.H. TOLLEY, The Oeople's Scientific University: Science Education in the East Midlands, 1860-1890, in: Midland History 7, 1982, p. 116
J.R. BAILEY, The Struggle for Survival in the Coventry Ribbon and Watch Trades, 1865-1914, in: Midland History 7, 1982, p. 132
   Reviews of Books, p. 153

Midland History 8, 1983
T.R. SLATER, The Origins of Warwick, in: Midland History 8, 1983, p. 1
Una REES, The Leases of Haughmond Abbey, Shropshire, in: Midland History 8, 1983, p. 13
R.K. FIELD, Migration in the Later Middle Ages: The Case of the Hampton Lovett Villeins, in: Midland History 8, 1983, p. 29
Ian ROWNEY, Government and Patronage in the Fifteenth Century: Staffordshire, 1439-1459, in: Midland History 8, 1983, p. 49
Joan R. KENT, 'Folk Justice' and Royal Justice in Early Seventeenth-Century England: A 'Charivari' in the Midlands, in: Midland History 8, 1983, p. 70
Richard CLARK, Why was the Re-establishment of the Church of England possible? Derbyshire: A Provincial Perspective, in: Midland History 8, 1983, p. 86
W.M. MARSHALL, Episcopal Activity in the Hereford and Oxford Dioceses, 1660-1760, in: Midland History 8, 1983, p. 106
Owen ASHTON, Clerical Control and Radical Responses in Cheltenham Spa, 1838-1848, in: Midland History 8, 1983, p. 121
J. Phillip DODD, High Farming in Shropshire, in: Midland History 8, 1983, p. 148
   Reviews of Books, p. 169

Midland History 9, 1984
Vivienne LARMINIE, Marriage and the Family: The Example of the Seventeenth-Century Newdigates, in: Midland History 9, 1984, p. 1
W. THWAITES, Women in the Market Place: Oxfordshire c. 1690-1800, in: Midland History 9, 1984, p. 23
Eric HOPKINS, Boulton before Watt: The Earlier Career reconsidered, in: Midland History 9, 1984, p. 43
Trevor RAYBOULD, Aristocratic Landowners and the Industrial Revolution: The Black Country Experience c. 1760-c. 1840, in: Midland History 9, 1984, p. 59
Roger SWIFT, Anti-Catholicism and Irish Disturbances: Public Order in mid-Victorian Wolverhampton, in: Midland History 9, 1984, p. 87
John D. BREWER, The British Union of Fascists and Anti-Semitism in Birmingham, in: Midland History 9, 1984, p. 109
   Reviews of Books, p. 123

Midland History 10, 1985
Alan THACKER, Kings, Saints and Monasteries in Pre-Viking Mercia, in: Midland History 10, 1985, p. 1
Graeme WHITE, Were the Midlands 'wasted' during Stephen's Reign?, in: Midland History 10, 1985, p. 26
S.H. RIGBY, 'Sore Decay' and 'Fair Dwellings': Boston and Urban Decline in the Later Middle Ages, in: Midland History 10, 1985, p. 47
Paul GLADWISH, The Herefordshire Clubmen: A Reassessment, in: Midland History 10, 1985, p. 62
Adrian J. RANDALL, The Gloucestershire Food Riots of 1766, in: Midland History 10, 1985, p. 72
David MAYALL, Palaces for Entertainment and Instruction: A Study of the Early Cinema in Birmingham, 1908-18, in: Midland History 10, 1985, p. 94
   Reviews of Books, p. 110

Midland History 11, 1986
Ann WILLIAMS, 'Cockles amongst the Wheat': Danes and English in the Western Midlands in the First Half of the Eleventh Century, in: Midland History 11, 1986, p. 1
Christine CARPENTER, The Duke of Clarence and the Midlands: A Study of the Interplay of Local and National Politics, in: Midland History 11, 1986, p. 23
Ann HUGHES, Parliamentary Tyranny? Indemnity Proceedings and the Impact of the Civil War: A Case Study from Warwickshire, in: Midland History 11, 1986, p. 49
Janet SAUNDERS, Warwickshire Magistrates and Prison Reform, 1840-75, in: Midland History 11, 1986, p. 79
Glen MATTHEWS, The Search for a Cure for Vagrancy in Worcestershire, 1870-1920, in: Midland History 11, 1986, p. 100
John HOWE, Liberals, Lib-Labs and Independent Labour in North Gloucestershire, 1890-1914, in: Midland History 11, 1986, p. 117
   Reviews of Books, p. 138

Midland History 12, 1987
David CROUCH, The Foundation of Leicester Abbey and other Problems, in: Midland History 12, 1987, p. 1
David POSTLES, Markets for Rural Produce in Oxfordshire, 1086-1350, in: Midland History 12, 1987, p. 14
Vivienne LARMINIE, Settlement and Sentiment: Inheritance and Personal Relationships among two Midland Gentry Familien in the Seventeenth Century, in: Midland History 12, 1987, p. 27
Bil LANCASTER, Towards the Socialist Commonwealth? Cooperation in Leicester in the late Nineteenth Century, in: Midland History 12, 1987, p. 48
Colin GRIFFIN, Conciliation in the Coal Mining Industry before 1914: The Experience of the Leicestershire Coalfield, in: Midland History 12, 1987, p. 67
S. BLACKBURN, Employers and Social Policy: Black Country Chain-Masters, the Minimum Wage Campaign and the Cradley Heath Strike of 1910, in: Midland History 12, 1987, p. 85
Richard WHIPP, Women and the Social Organization of Work in the Staffordshire Pottery Industry, 1900-1930, in: Midland History 12, 1987, p. 103
   Reviews of Books, p. 122

Midland History 13, 1988
R.N. SWANSON, Episcopal Income from Spiritualities in Late Medieval England: The Evidence for the Diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, in: Midland History 13, 1988, p. 1
Peter J. FOSS, The Battle of Bosworth: Towards a Reassessment, in: Midland History 13, 1988, p. 21
M.D.G. WANKLYN, The Severn Navigation in the Seventeenth Century: Long-Distance Trade of Shrewsbury Boats, in: Midland History 13, 1988, p. 34
A.F. DENHOLM, The Impact of the Canal System on three Staffordshire Market Towns 1760-1850, in: Midland History 13, 1988, p. 59
J.V. BECKETT; J.E. HEATH, When was the Industrial Revolution in the East Midlands?, in: Midland History 13, 1988, p. 77
Carl CHINN, Was Separate Schooling a Means of Class Segregation in Late Victorian and Edwardian Birmingham?, in: Midland History 13, 1988, p. 95
   Reviews of Books, p. 113

Midland History 14, 1989
Caroline M. BARRON, The Fourteenth Century Poll Tax Returns for Worcester, in: Midland History 14, 1989, p. 1
Andrew WARMINGTON, Frogs, Toads and the Restoration in a Gloucestershire Village (The Midland History Prize Essay 1988), in: Midland History 14, 1989, p. 30
Ted ROWLANDS, 'As Black as Hell to my People': James II's Reputaiton in Herefordshire, in: Midland History 14, 1989, p. 43
Susan WRIGHT, 'Holding up Half the Sky': Women and their Occupations in Eighteenth-Century Ludlow, in: Midland History 14, 1989, p. 53
Roger SMITH, Towards the Mature Industrial City 1800-1880: The Development of All Saints Parish Nottingham, in: Midland History 14, 1989, p. 75
Judith WALE, The Griff Colliery Company Limited, Warwickshire, 1882-1914: A Case Study in Business History, in: Midland History 14, 1989, p. 95
   Reviews of Books, p. 120

Midland History 15, 1990
N.W. ALCOCK, The Catesbys in Coventry: A Medieval Estate and Its Archives, in: Midland History 15, 1990, p. 1
Peter LAKE, Puritanism, Arminianism and a Shropshire Axe-Murder, in: Midland History 15, 1990, p. 37
Ben TRAVERS, Trading Patterns in the East Midlands, 1660-1800, in: Midland History 15, 1990, p. 65
Bradley BEAVAN, Custom, Culture and Conflict: A Study of the Coventry Ribbon Trade in the first half of the Nineteenth Century (The Midland History Prize Essay 1989), in: Midland History 15, 1990, p. 83
John BENSON, Black Country History and Labour History, in: Midland History 15, 1990, p. 100
Andrew THORPE, J.H. Thomas and the Rise of Labour in Derby, 1880-1945, in: Midland History 15, 1990, p. 111
Eric HOPKINS, Working Class Life in Birmingham between the Wars, 1918-1939, in: Midland History 15, 1990, p. 129
   Reviews of Books, p. 151

Midland History 16, 1991
Steven BASSETT, Anglo-Saxon Shrewsbury and its Churches, in: Midland History 16, 1991, p. 1
A.J. GROSS, The King's Lordship in the County of Stafford, 1312-1322, in: Midland History 16, 1991, p. 24
Catherine F. PATTERSON, Leicester and Lord Huntingdon: Urban Patronage in Early Modern England (The Midland History Prize Essay 1990), in: Midland History 16, 1991, p. 45
Stephen ROBERTS, The Quakers in Evesham 1655-1660: A Study in Religion, Politics and Culture, in: Midland History 16, 1991, p. 63
David L. WYKES, James II's Religious Indulgence of 1687 and the Early Organization of Dissent: The Building of the First Nonconformist Meeting-House in Birmingham, in: Midland History 16, 1991, p. 86
W. THWAITES, The Corn Market and Economic Change: Oxford in the Eighteenth Century, in: Midland History 16, 1991, p. 103
David S. NASH, F.J. Could and the Leicester Secular Society: A Positivist Commonwealth in Edwardian Politics, in: Midland History 16, 1991, p. 126
   Reviews of Books, p. 141

Midland History 17, 1992
N.J. HIGHAM, King Cearl, the Battle of Chester and the Origins of the Mercian 'Overkingship', in: Midland History 17, 1992, p. 1
Jane N. CROOM, The Topographical Analysis of Medieval Town Plans: The Examples of Much Wenlock and Bridgenorth (The Midland History Prize Essay 1991), in: Midland History 17, 1992, p. 16
Pat HUGHES, Property and Prosperity: The Relationship of the Buildings and Fortunes of Worcester, 1500-1660, in: Midland History 17, 1992, p. 39
Catherine SMITH, Image and Reality: Two Nottinghamshire Market Towns in Late Georgian England, in: Midland History 17, 1992, p. 59
Roger SWIFT, The English Urban Magistracy and the Administration of Justice during the early Nineteenth Century: Wolverhampton, 1815-1860, in: Midland History 17, 1992, p. 75
Adrian COURTENAY, Cheltenham Spa and the Berkeleys, 1832-1848: Pocket Borough and Patron?, in: Midland History 17, 1992, p. 93
Marie DICKIE, Town Patriotism in Northampton, 1918-1939: An invented Tradition?, in: Midland History 17, 1992, p. 109
G.H. BENNETT, The Wartime Political Truce and Hopes for post war Coalition: The West Derbyshire By-Election, 1944, in: Midland History 17, 1992, p. 118
   Reviews of Books, p. 136

Midland History 18, 1993
Jens RÖHRKASTEN, Conflict in a Monastic Borough: Coventry in the Reign of Edward II, in: Midland History 18, 1993, p. 1
Andrew WATKINS, The Woodland Economy of the Forest of Arden in the Later Middle Ages, in: Midland History 18, 1993, p. 19
Malcolm WANKLYN, Urban Revival in Early Modern England: Bridgnorth and the River Trade, 1660-1800, in: Midland History 18, 1993, p. 37
J.V. BECKETT, Aristocrats and Electoral Control in the East Midlands, 1660-1914, in: Midland History 18, 1993, p. 65
G. NAIR; D. POYNER, The Coming of Coal: Industrial Development in a South-Shropshire Parish, in: Midland History 18, 1993, p. 87
Brad BEAVEN, The Growth and Significane of the Coventry Car Component Industry, 1895-1914, in: Midland History 18, 1993, p. 104
Angus MCINNES, Surviving the Slump: An Oral History of Stoke-on-Trent between the Wars, in: Midland History 18, 1993, p. 121
   Reviews of Books, p. 141

Midland History 19, 1994
Christine CARPENTER, Who Ruled the Midlands in the Later Middle Ages?, in: Midland History 19, 1994, p. 1
Helen CASTOR, 'Walter Blount was gone to serve traytours': The Sack of Elvaston and the Politics of the North Midlands in 1454 (Midland History Prize Essay, proxime accessit), in: Midland History 19, 1994, p. 21
T.N. COOPER, Oligarchy and Conflict: Lichfield Cathedral Clergy in the Early Sixteenth Century, in: Midland History 19, 1994, p. 40
Ann HUGHES, Religion and Society in Stratford upon Avon, 1619-1638, in: Midland History 19, 1994, p. 58
Simon OSBORNE, The War, the People and the Absence of the Clubmen in the Midlands, 1642-1646 (The Midland History Prize Essay, 1993), in: Midland History 19, 1994, p. 85
David BROWN, The Variety of Motives for Parliamentary Enclosure: The Example of the Cannock Chase Area, 1773-1887, in: Midland History 19, 1994, p. 105
Nich HAYES, Municipal Subsidy and Tory Minimalism: Building the Nottingham Playhouse, 1942-1963, in: Midland History 19, 1994, p. 128
   Reviews of Books, p. 147

Midland History 20, 1995
Kevin DOWN, The Administration of the Diocese of Worcester under the Italian Bishops, 1497-1535, in: Midland History 20, 1995, p. 1
Simon ADAMS, 'Because I am of that countrye & mynde to plant myself there': Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester and the West Midlands, in: Midland History 20, 1995, p. 21
Jacqueline EALES, Thomas Pierson and the Transmission of the Moderate Puritan Tradition, in: Midland History 20, 1995, p. 75
Nancy LOPATIN, Popular Politics in the Midlands: The Coventry Political Union and the Great Reform Act, in: Midland History 20, 1995, p. 103
David BUTCHER, Foreign Politics and Middle-Class Radicals in Birmingham, 1848-1858 (The Midland History Prize Essay, 1994), in: Midland History 20, 1995, p. 119
Tom DONNELLY; Joy BATCHELOR; David MORRIS, The Limitations of Trade Union Power in the Coventry Motor Industry, 1896-1939, in: Midland History 20, 1995, p. 137
G.H. BENNETT, 'Part of the Puzzle': Northampton and other Midlands By-Election Defeats for the Conservatives, 1927-1929, in: Midland History 20, 1995, p. 151
   Reviews of Books, p. 174

Midland History 21, 1996
David CROUCH, The Local Influence of the Earls of Warwick, 1088-1242: A Study in Decline and Resourcefulness, in: Midland History 21, 1996, p. 1
Michael R. EVANS, 'A far from aristocratic affair': Poor and Non-Combatant Crusaders from the Midlands, c. 1160-1300, in: Midland History 21, 1996, p. 23
Sandeep KAUSHIK, Resistance, Loyalty and Recusant Politics: Sir Thomas Tresham and the Elizabethan State (The Midland History Prize Essay, 1995), in: Midland History 21, 1996, p. 37
Peter EDWARDS, The Decline of the Small Farmer: The Case of Rushock, Worcestershire, in: Midland History 21, 1996, p. 73
Leonard D. SMITH, The Pauper Lunatic Problem in the West Midlands, 1815-1850, in: Midland History 21, 1996, p. 101
Paul MULKERN, Irish Immigrants and Public Disorder in Coventry, 1845-1875 (Midland History Prize proxime accessit), in: Midland History 21, 1996, p. 119
Ian ATHERTON, An Account of Herefordshire in the First Civil War [Notes and Documents], in: Midland History 21, 1996, p. 136
David BROWN, The Autobiography of a Pedlar: John Lomas of Hollinsclough, Staffordshire (1747-1823) [Notes and Documents], in: Midland History 21, 1996, p. 156
   Reviews of Books, p. 167

Midland History 22, 1997
John HUNT, Families at War: Royalists and Montfortians in the West Midlands, in: Midland History 22, 1997, p. 1
Martyn BENNETT, 'My plundered townes, my houses devastation': The Civil War and North Midlands Life, 1642-1646, in: Midland History 22, 1997, p. 35
Alannah TOMKINS, Charity Schools and the Parish Poor in Oxford, 1740-1770 (Midland History Prize proxime accessit), in: Midland History 22, 1997, p. 51
John BECKETT, Responses to War: Nottingham in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, 1793-1815, in: Midland History 22, 1997, p. 71
Penelope LANE, Work on the Margins: Poor Women and the Informal Economy of Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth-Century Leicestershire (The Midland History Prize essay, 1996), in: Midland History 22, 1997, p. 85
Evelyn LORD, 'Weighed in the balance and found wanting': Female Friendly Societies, Self Help and Economic Virtue in the East Midlands in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, in: Midland History 22, 1997, p. 100
Richard STEVENS, 'Rapid Demise or Slow Death?' The Independent Labour Party in Derby, 1932-1945, in: Midland History 22, 1997, p. 113
   Reviews of Books, p. 131

Midland History 23, 1998
Keith D. LILLEY, Urban Design in Medieval Coventry: The Planning of Much and Little Park Street within the Earl of Chester's Fee, in: Midland History 23, 1998, p. 1
Richard GODDARD, Bullish Markets: The Property Market in Thirteenth Century Coventry (The Midland History Prize Essay), in: Midland History 23, 1998, p. 21
Richard CUST, Catholicism, Antiquarianism and Gentry Honour: The Writings of Sir Thomas Shirley, in: Midland History 23, 1998, p. 40
C.D. GILBERT, Magistracy and Ministry in Cromwellian England: The Case of King's Norton, Worcestershire, in: Midland History 23, 1998, p. 71
R.J. MOORE-COLYER, The Small Land Occupier in East Northamptonshire, ca. 1650-1850, in: Midland History 23, 1998, p. 84
Eric HOPKINS, The Birmingham Economy during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars 1793-1815, in: Midland History 23, 1998, p. 105
Gerald RIMMINGTON, Mishop W.C. Magee and the Town of Leicester 1868-1891, in: Midland History 23, 1998, p. 121
Malcom BEE, Unity, Industry, Plenty: The Banbury Co-Operative Society, 1866-1970, in: Midland History 23, 1998, p. 136
   Reviews of Books, p. 153

Midland History 24, 1999
J. BARROW, The Canons and Citizens of Hereford c. 1160-c. 1240, in: Midland History 24, 1999, p. 1
J. LAUGHTON; C. DYER, Small Towns in the East and West Midlands in the Later Middle Ages: A Comparison, in: Midland History 24, 1999, p. 24
P. HARGREAVES, Seignorial Reaction and Peasant Responses: Worcester Priory and its Peasants after the Black Death, in: Midland History 24, 1999, p. 53
J. BROADWAY, John Smyth of Nibley: A Jacobean Man-of-Business and his Service to the Berkeley Family (Midland History Prize Essay Proxime Accessit 1998), in: Midland History 24, 1999, p. 79
A. HOPPER, 'Tinker' Fox and the Politics of Garrison Warfare in the West Midlands, 1643-50, in: Midland History 24, 1999, p. 98
M. FISHMAN-CROSS, The People and the Petition: Nottingham 1775-1780 (Midland History Prize Essay 1998), in: Midland History 24, 1999, p. 114
D. BROWN, The Reverent William MacGregor (1848-1937) and the Improvement of Tamworth, in: Midland History 24, 1999, p. 129
J. LAWRENCE, The Complexities of English Progressivism: A Midland Case Study, in: Midland History 24, 1999, p. 147
J. HARTIGAN, Volunteering for the Army in England, August 1914 to May 1915, in: Midland History 24, 1999, p. 167
   Reviews of Books, p. 187

Midland History 25, 2000
S. BASSETT, Anglo-Saxon Birmingham, in: Midland History 25, 2000, p.
C. INSLEY, Politics, Conflict and Kinship in Early Eleventh-Century Mercia, in: Midland History 25, 2000, p.
B. COULTON, Implementing the Reformation in the Urban Community: Coventry and Shrewsbury 1559-1603, in: Midland History 25, 2000, p.
S. WATTS, The Significance of Colonisation in two North Shropshire Parishes: Wem and Whitchurch, c.1560-1660, in: Midland History 25, 2000, p.
M. ROWLANDS, To Caesar the Things that are Caesar's and to God the Things that are God's. The Allegiances and Loyalties of Three Catholic Priests in the Late Seventeenth Century, in: Midland History 25, 2000, p.
C. SMITH, Urban Improvement in the Nottinghamshire Market Town 1770-1840, in: Midland History 25, 2000, p.
D. LEIGHTON, Municipal Progress, Democracy, and Radical Identity in Birmingham, 1838-1886, in: Midland History 25, 2000, p.
P. BARTLEY, Moral Regeneration: Women and the Civic Gospel in Birmingham, 1870-1914, in: Midland History 25, 2000, p.
S. EWEN, 'Mutual Antagonism'? An Analysis of the Relationship Between Nottingham City and County Council During the Interim Development of Clifton Housing Estate, 1943 to 1951. [Midland History Prize Essay], in: Midland History 25, 2000, p.
R. BEARMAN, Stratford's Fires of 1594 and 1595 Revisited[Notes and Documents], in: Midland History 25, 2000, p.

Midland History 26, 2001
S. BASSETT, Birmingham before the Bull Ring, in: Midland History 26, 2001, p.
J. MULLAN, The freeholding elite of mid-thirteenth century Gloucestershire, in: Midland History 26, 2001, p.
R. SWANSON, Peculiar practices: the jurisdictional jigsaw of the pre-reformation church, in: Midland History 26, 2001, p.
T. WESTERVELT, The changing nature of politics in the localities in the later fifteenth century: William Lord Hastings and his indentured retainers [Midland History Essay Prize], in: Midland History 26, 2001, p.
D. HICKMAN, Wise and religious epitaphs: funerary inscriptions as evidence for religious change in Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire, c.1500-1640, in: Midland History 26, 2001, p.
J. VERASANSO, The Staffordshire heraldic visitations: their nature and function, in: Midland History 26, 2001, p.
P. ELLIOTT, The Derby arboretum (1840): the first specially designed municipal public park in Britain, in: Midland History 26, 2001, p.
J. MOORE, Liberal unionism and the home rule crisis in Leicester, 1885-1892, in: Midland History 26, 2001, p.
R.DONNELLY; J. TULLY; D. MORRIS, The decline of the Coventry car industry 1945-68, in: Midland History 26, 2001, p.

Midland History 27, 2002
N. CUMBERLEDGE, Reading between the lines: the place of Mercia within an expanding Wessex, in: Midland History 27, 2002, p.
D. LAMB, The settlement of the Franciscan friars in the west midlands [Midland History Prize Essay], in: Midland History 27, 2002, p.
A. CAMBERS, 'Pastoral Laudianism? Religious politics in the 1630s: a Leicestershire rector's annotations [Midland History proxime accessit], in: Midland History 27, 2002, p.
P. EDWARDS, Turning ploughshares into swords: the arms and equipment industries in Staffordshire in the first civil war, 1642-1646, in: Midland History 27, 2002, p.
P. BROMFIELD, Incidences and attitudes: a view of bastardy from eighteenth-century rural north Staffordshire, in: Midland History 27, 2002, p.
G. RIMMINGTON, Early Victorian clerical incumbents in Leicestershire, in: Midland History 27, 2002, p.
E. HOPKINS, Industrial change and life at work in Birmingham 1850-1914, in: Midland History 27, 2002, p.
B. HILL, Women and unemployment in Birmingham 1918-1939, in: Midland History 27, 2002, p.
S. LEE, Birmingham – London – Los Alamos – Hiroshima: Britain and the atomic bomb, in: Midland History 27, 2002, p.
R. GODDARD, Female apprenticeship in the west midlands in the later middle ages [Notes and Documents], in: Midland History 27, 2002, p.

Midland History 28, 2003
Linda RASMUSSEN, Why small monastic houses should have a history, in: Midland History 28, 2003, p. 1-27
Barbara COULTON, Rivalry and religion: The borough of Shrewsbury in the early Stuart period, in: Midland History 28, 2003, p. 28-50
Stuart B. JENNINGS, 'A miserable, stinking, infected town': Pestilence, plague and death in a Civil War garrison, Newark 1640-1649, in: Midland History 28, 2003, p. 51-70
Anne LANGLEY, Brandon silk mill and child labour during the industrial revolution in nineteenth-century Warwickshire, in: Midland History 28, 2003, p. 71-87
Jonathan REINARZ, An easy transition: Brewery life and labour in the midlands, 1850-1914, in: Midland History 28, 2003, p. 88-99
Roger T. DALTON, Railway milk trade and farming in the north midlands, c. 1860-1914, in: Midland History 28, 2003, p. 100-19
Shane EWEN, Policing, planning and the regulation of traffic in post-war Leicester, in: Midland History 28, 2003, p. 120-136
   Reviews of Books, in: Midland History 28, 2003, p. 138-99
Adrian RANDALL, Professor Eric 'Hoppy' Hopkins [obituary], in: Midland History 28, 2003, p. 200-2

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