Welsh History Review
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Welsh History Review 1, 1960/63
Thomas JONES, A Welsh Chronicle in Tudor England, in: Welsh History Review 1, 1960/63, p. 1
Penry WILLIAMS, The Welsh Borderland under Queen Elizabeth, in: Welsh History Review 1, 1960/63, p. 19
David WILLIAMS, The Elections of 1831 in Pembrokeshire, in: Welsh History Review 1, 1960/63, p. 37
Kenneth O. MORGAN, Gladstone and Wales, in: Welsh History Review 1, 1960/63, p. 65
David WALKER, Gruffydd ap Llywelyn (1039-1063), in: Welsh History Review 1, 1960/63, p. 83
Glanville R.J. JONES, The Tribal System in Wales: A Reassessment in the Light of Settlement Studies, in: Welsh History Review 1, 1960/63, p. 111
Penry WILLIAMS, The Activity of the Council in the Marches under the Early Stuarts, in: Welsh History Review 1, 1960/63, p. 133
Gwyn A. WILLIAMS, The Making of Radical Merthyr, 1800-1836, in: Welsh History Review 1, 1960/63, p. 161
Ieuan G. JONES, The Liberation Society and Welsh Politics, 1844-1868, in: Welsh History Review 1, 1960/63, p. 193
G.W. KEETON, Towards a Reapparaisal of Judge Jeffreys, in: Welsh History Review 1, 1960/63, p. 265
Peter D.G. THOMAS, Jacobitism in Wales, in: Welsh History Review 1, 1960/63, p. 279
R.D. REES, South Wales and Monmouthshire Papers under Stamp Acts, in: Welsh History Review 1, 1960/63, p. 301
Erik ANNERS; Dafydd JENKINS, A Swedish Borrowing from Welsh Medieval Law, in: Welsh History Review 1, 1960/63, p. 325
Glyn ROBERTS, Wales and England: Antipathy and Sympathy, 1282-1485, in: Welsh History Review 1, 1960/63, p. 375
Bickham SWEET-ESCOTT, William Beaw: A Cavalier Bishop, in: Welsh History Review 1, 1960/63, p. 397
L.J. WILLIAMS, The New Unionism in South Wales, 1889-1892, in: Welsh History Review 1, 1960/63, p. 413
   Reviews, p.


Welsh History Review: Special Number on the Welsh Laws, 1963
J. Goronwy EDWARDS, Studies in Welsh Laws since 1928, in: Welsh History Review: Special Number on the Welsh Laws, 1963, p. 1
Aled Rhys WILIAM, The Welsh Texts of Welsh Laws, in: Welsh History Review: Special Number on the Welsh Laws, 1963, p. 19
H.D. EMANUEL, The Latin Texts of Welsh Laws, in: Welsh History Review: Special Number on the Welsh Laws, 1963, p. 25
T. Jones PIERCE, Social and Historical Aspects of Welsh Laws, in: Welsh History Review: Special Number on the Welsh Laws, 1963, p. 33
Dafydd JENKINS, legal and Comparative Aspects of Welsh Laws, in: Welsh History Review: Special Number on the Welsh Laws, 1963, p. 51
Idris Ll. FOSTER, Welsh Laws: Summary and Suggestions, in: Welsh History Review: Special Number on the Welsh Laws, 1963, p. 61
J.F. REES, J.R. Gabriel [Obituary], in: Welsh History Review: Special Number on the Welsh Laws, 1963, p. 69
Emyr G. JONES, Bob Owen [Obituary], in: Welsh History Review: Special Number on the Welsh Laws, 1963, p. 71
R.T. JENKINS, Thomas Richards [Obituary], in: Welsh History Review: Special Number on the Welsh Laws, 1963, p. 72
   Reviews and Notices, p. 75

Welsh History Review 2, 1964/65
Leslie ALCOCK, Some Reflections on Early Welsh Society and Economy, in: Welsh History Review 2, 1964/65, p. 1
Melville RICHARDS, The Significance of Is and Uwch in Welsh Commote and Cantref Namens, in: Welsh History Review 2, 1964/65, p. 9
G.R.J. JONES, The Distribution of Bond Settlements in North West Wales, in: Welsh History Review 2, 1964/65, p. 19
Ceri W. LEWIS, The Treaty of Woodstock, 1247: Its Background and Significance, in: Welsh History Review 2, 1964/65, p. 37
W. Ogwen WILLIAMS, The Survival of the Welsh Language after the Union of England and Wales, in: Welsh History Review 2, 1964/65, p. 67
Dermot FAHY, When did Britons become Bretons?, in: Welsh History Review 2, 1964/65, p. 111
W.R.B. ROBINSON, The First Subsidy Assessments of Hundreds of Swansea and Llangyfelach, 1543, in: Welsh History Review 2, 1964/65, p. 125
Ieuan Gwynedd JONES, Dr. Thomas Price and the Election of 1868 in Merthyr Tydfil, in: Welsh History Review 2, 1964/65, p. 147
S.B. CHRIMES, The Landing of Henry of Richmond, 1485, in: Welsh History Review 2, 1964/65, p. 173
Prys MORGAN, The Welsh at Calais, in: Welsh History Review 2, 1964/65, p. 183
Ralph A. GRIFFITHS, Gruffydd ap Nicholas and the fall of the House of Lancaster, in: Welsh History Review 2, 1964/65, p. 213
R.D. REES, Electioneering Ideals current in South Wales, 1790-1832, in: Welsh History Review 2, 1964/65, p. 233
Ieuan Gwynedd JONES, Dr. Thomas Price and the Election of 1868 in Merthyr Tydfil, in: Welsh History Review 2, 1964/65, p. 251
R. Ian JACK, Owain Glyn Dwr and the Lordship of Ruthin, in: Welsh History Review 2, 1964/65, p. 303
D.J.V. JONES, Corn Riots in Wales, 1793-1801, in: Welsh History Review 2, 1964/65, p. 323
K.O. FOX, Labour and Merthyr's Khaki Election of 1900, in: Welsh History Review 2, 1964/65, p. 351
D.J. Cathcart KING, Henry II and the Fight at Coleshill, in: Welsh History Review 2, 1964/65, p. 367
   Reviews, p.

Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67
   Editorial, p. 3
P.A. WILSON, Romano-British and Welsh Christianity: Continuity or Discontinuity? Part I, in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 5
Glanmor WILLIAMS, The Dissolution of Monasteries in Glamorgan, in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 23
M.E. CHAMBERLAIN, Lord Aberdare and the Royal Niger Company, in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 45
Spencer THOMAS, The Agricultural Labour Force in some Suth-West Carmarthenshire Parishes in the Mid-Nienteenth Century, in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 63
P.A. WILSON, Romano-British and Welsh Christianity: Continuity or Discontinuity? Part II, in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 103
Ralph A. GRIFFITHS, The Revolt of Rhys ap Maredudd, 1287-88, in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 121
J. Beverley SMITH, Crown and Community in the Principality of North Wales in the Reign of Henry Tudor, in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 145
D.J.V. JONES, The Merthyr Riots of 1831, in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 173
Leslie ALCOCK, Roman Britons and Pagan Saxons: An Archaeological Appraisal, in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 229
J. Goronwy EDWARDS, 'Henry II and the Fight at Coleshill': Some Further Reflections, in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 251
David W. HOWELL, The Economy of the Landed Estates of Pembrokeshire, c. 1680-1830, in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 265
S.B. CHRIMES, Sir Roland de Veleville, in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 287
G. WALTERS, The Eighteenth-Century 'Pembroke Society', in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 291
   Editorial, p. 335
H.A. MARQUAND, David Williams [Obituary], in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 337
Glyn DANIEL, Edward Lhwyd: Antiquary and Archaeologist, in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 345
Glanmor WILLIAMS, John Penry — Marprelate and Patriot?, in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 361
Bridget HILL; Christopher HILL, Catherine Macaulay and the Seventeenth Century, in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 381
H.J. HABAKKUK, The Parliamentary Army and the Crown Lands, in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 403
R.C. COBB, The Police, the Repressive Authorities and the Beginning of the Revolutionary Crisis in Paris, in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 427
Gwyn A. WILLIAMS, Morgan John Rhees and his Beula, in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 441
   Bibliography of David Williams, in: Welsh History Review 3, 1966/67, p. 473
   Reviews, p.

Welsh History Review 4, 1968/69
A.J. RODERICK, Marriage and Politics in Wales, 1066-1282, in: Welsh History Review 4, 1968/69, p. 1
A.D. CARR, Welshmen and the Hundred Years' War, in: Welsh History Review 4, 1968/69, p. 21
Cyril PARRY, The Independent Labour Party and Gwynedd Politics, 1900-20, in: Welsh History Review 4, 1968/69, p. 47
Edmund REISS, The Welsh Versions of Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia, in: Welsh History Review 4, 1968/69, p. 97
D.J.V. JONES, The Carmarthen Riots of 1831, in: Welsh History Review 4, 1968/69, p. 129
Peris JONES-EVANS, Evan Pan Jones — Land Reformer, in: Welsh History Review 4, 1968/69, p. 143
Michael JARRETT; J.C. MANN, The Tribes of Wales, in: Welsh History Review 4, 1968/69, p. 161
R.O. ROBERTS, The Bank of England, the Company of Copper Miners and the Cwmavon Works, 1847-52, in: Welsh History Review 4, 1968/69, p. 219
Wilton D. WILLS, The Established Church in the Diocese of Llandaff, 1850-70, in: Welsh History Review 4, 1968/69, p. 235
J.R. WEBSTER, The Welsh Intermediate Education Act of 1889, in: Welsh History Review 4, 1968/69, p. 273
D.P. KIRBY, A Note on Rhigyfarch's Life of St. David, in: Welsh History Review 4, 1968/69, p. 292
Rhys W. HAYS, Welsh Students at Oxford and Cambridge Universities in the Middle Ages, in: Welsh History Review 4, 1968/69, p. 325
Henry PELLING, Wales and the Boer War, in: Welsh History Review 4, 1968/69, p. 363
Kenneth O. MORGAN, Wales and the Boer War – a Reply, in: Welsh History Review 4, 1968/69, p. 367
Michael RICHTER, The Life of St. David by Giraldus Cambrensis, in: Welsh History Review 4, 1968/69, p. 381
C.P. COOK, The General Election of 1923 in Wales, in: Welsh History Review 4, 1968/69, p. 387
   Reviews, p.

Welsh History Review 5, 1971
R.R. DAVIES, The Law of the March, in: Welsh History Review 5, 1971, p. 1
E.I. DAVID, Charles Masterman and the Swansea District By-Election 1915, in: Welsh History Review 5, 1971, p. 31
Glanmor WILLIAMS, Local and National History in Wales, in: Welsh History Review 5, 1971, p. 45
Anthony GOODMAN, Owain Glyn Dwr before 1400, in: Welsh History Review 5, 1971, p. 67
C.S.L. DAVIES, Wales and Star Chamber: A Note, in: Welsh History Review 5, 1971, p. 71
   Editorial, p. 101
A.D. CARR, An Aristocracy in Decline: The Native Welsh Lords after the Edwardian Conquest, in: Welsh History Review 5, 1971, p. 103
J. Gwynfor JONES, Caenarvonshire Administration: The Activities of the Justices of the Peace, 1603-1660, in: Welsh History Review 5, 1971, p. 130
G. WALTERS, The Morrises and the Map of Anglesey, in: Welsh History Review 5, 1971, p. 164
Michael RICHTER, David ap Llywelyn, the First Prince of Wales, in: Welsh History Review 5, 1971, p. 205
D.J.V. JONES, The Scotch Cattle and their Black Domain, in: Welsh History Review 5, 1971, p. 220
W. Gwyn THOMAS, An Episode in the Later Life of John Dee, in: Welsh History Review 5, 1971, p. 250
Howell A. LLOYD, Wales and Star Chamber: A Rejoinder, in: Welsh History Review 5, 1971, p. 257
David Lewis JONES, Theses on Welsh History, in: Welsh History Review 5, 1971, p. 261
   Obituary R.T. Jenkins, in: Welsh History Review 5, 1971, p. 305
Melville RICHARDS, Places and Persons of the Early Welsh Church, in: Welsh History Review 5, 1971, p. 333
Keith WILLIAMS-JONES, Thomas Becket and Wales, in: Welsh History Review 5, 1971, p. 350
Natalie M. FRYDE, A Royal Enquiry into Abuses: Queen Eleanor's Ministers in North-East Wales, 1291-92, in: Welsh History Review 5, 1971, p. 366
R.D. TILL, Public Health and the Community in the Borough of Neath, 1835-60, in: Welsh History Review 5, 1971, p. 377
   Reviews, p.

Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73
Andrew H. ANDERSON, Henry, Lord Stafford, and the Lordship of Caus, in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 1
M.J. DAUNTON, The Dowlais Iron Company in the Iron Industry, 1800-1850, in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 16
Leslie Wynne EVANS, The Welsh National Council for Education, 1903-6, in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 49
Michael PRESTWICH, A New Account of the Welsh Campaign of 1294-95, in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 89
D. Huw OWEN, Tenurial and Economic Developments in North Wales in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries, in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 117
Colin THOMAS, Agricultural Employment in Nineteenth-Century Wales: A New Approach, in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 143
W.R. LAMBERT, The Welsh Sunday Closing Act, 1881, in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 161
Geoffrey ALDERMAN, The Anti-Jewish Riots of August 1911 in South Wales, in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 190
D.J.V. JONES, Chartism in Welsh Communities, in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 243
David W. HOWELL, The Agricultural Labourer in Nineteenth-Century Wales, in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 262
Kenneth O. MORGAN, The New Liberalism and the Challenge of Labour: The Welsh Experience, 1885-1929, in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 288
Cyril PARRY, Gwynedd Politics, 1900-1920: The Rise of a Labour Party, in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 313
Peter STEAD, Working-Class Leadership in South Wales, 1900-1920, in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 329
David SMITH, The Struggle against Company Unionism in the South Wales Coalfield, 1926-1939, in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 354
Richard W. KAEUPER, The Role of Italian Financiers in the Edwardian Conquest of Wales, in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 387
J. Gwynfor JONES, Bishop Lewis Bayly and the Wynns of Gwydir, 1616-27, in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 404
David Maldwyn ELLIS, Assimilation of the Welsh in Central New York, in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 424
E.M.R. DITMAS, Geoffrey of Monmouth and the Breton Families in Cornwall, in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 451
G.I.T. MACHIN, A Welsh Church Rate Fracas in Aberystwyth, 1832-33, in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 462
J. Beverley SMITH, Thomas Jones, 1910-72 [Obituary], in: Welsh History Review 6, 1972/73, p. 469
   Reviews, p.

Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75
G.A. USHER, The Black Prince's Quo Warranto, in: Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75, p. 1
Howell A. LLOYD, The Essex Inheritance, in: Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75, p. 13
David W. HOWELL, The Impact of Railways on Agricultural Development in Nineteenth-Century Wales, in: Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75, p. 40
Jane MORGAN, Denbighshire's Annus Mirabilis: The Borough and County Elections of 1868, in: Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75, p. 63
R.G. LIVENS, The Roman Army in Wales, A.D. 120-220, in: Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75, p. 88
David Lewis JONES, Theses on Welsh History II, in: Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75, p. 96
S.L. ADAMS, The Gentry of North Wales and the Earl of Leicester's Expedition to the Netherlands, 1585-1586, in: Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75, p. 129
Eiluned REES; Gwyn WALTERS, The Dispersion of the Manuscripts of Edward Lhuyd, in: Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75, p. 148
Brynley F. ROBERTS, A Note on the Ashmolean Collection of Letters addressed to Edward Lhuyd, in: Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75, p. 179
John DAVIES, The End of the Great Estates and the Rise of Freehold Farming in Wales, in: Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75, p. 186
R.A. PATTERSON, Roman Wales and the Votadini, in: Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75, p. 213
Margaret HOWELL, Regalian Right in Wales and the March: The Relation of Theory to Practice, in: Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75, p. 269
W.R. LAMBERT, Drink and Work-Discipline in Industrial Aouth Wales, c. 1800-1870, in: Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75, p. 289
W.T.R. PRYCE, Industrialization, Urbanization and the Maintenance of Culture Areas: North-East Wales in the mid-Nineteenth Century, in: Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75, p. 307
G.L. ANDERSON, Recruitment, Apprenticeship and Mobility of the mid-Victorian Clerk: A Study of the North and South Wales Bank, in: Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75, p. 341
James SHERBORNE, Richard II's Return to Wales, July 1399, in: Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75, p. 389
Geraint H. JENKINS, Quaker and anti-Quaker Literature in Welsh from the Restoration to Methodism, in: Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75, p. 403
David WAGER, Welsh Politics and Parliamentary Reform, 1780-1832, in: Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75, p. 427
Peter J. RANDALL, The Origins and Establishment of the Welsh Department of Education, in: Welsh History Review 7, 1974/75, p. 450
   Reviews, p.

Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77
D.P. KIRBY, Hywel Dda: Anglophil?, in: Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77, p. 1
Ralph A. GRIFFITHS, Richard, Duke of York and the Royal Household in Wales, 1449-50, in: Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77, p. 14
W.R.B. ROBINSON, The Officers and Household of Henry, Earl of Worcester, 1526-49, in: Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77, p. 26
Glyn WILLIAMS, The Structure and Process of Welsh Emigration to Patagonia, in: Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77, p. 42
L.J. WILLIAMS, The Coalowners of South Wales, 1873-80, in: Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77, p. 75
J. Gwynn WILLIAMS, A.H. Dodd [Obituary], in: Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77, p. 94
R.F. WALKER, The Hagnaby Chronicle and the Battle of Maes Moydog, in: Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77, p. 125
J. Beverley SMITH, Edward II and the Allegiance of Wales, in: Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77, p. 139
P.S. EDWARDS, The Mysterious Parliamentary Election at Cardigan Boroughs in 1547, in: Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77, p. 172
David M. ROBERTS, Clement Davies and the Fall of Neville Chamberlain, 1939-40, in: Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77, p. 188
Richard COLYER, The Hafod Estate under Thomas Johnes and Henry Pelham, Fourth Duke of Newcastle, in: Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77, p. 257
Alun C. DAVIES, The Old Poor Law in an Industrializing Parish: Aberdare, 1818-36, in: Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77, p. 285
D.J.V. JONES, The Criminal Vagrant in Mid-Nineteenth Century Wales, in: Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77, p. 312
David N. DUMVILLE, On the North British Section of the Historia Brittonum, in: Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77, p. 345
R.E. HAM, The Four Shires Controversy, in: Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77, p. 381
Richard COLYER, The Land-Agent in Nineteenth-Century Wales, in: Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77, p. 401
Colin H. WILLIAMS, Non-Violence and the Development of the Welsh Language Society, 1962-c. 1974, in: Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77, p. 426
Molly MILLER, Gildas, Bede and Nennius, in: Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77, p. 456
J. Beverley SMITH, John Goronwy Edwards [Obituary], in: Welsh History Review 8, 1976/77, p. 466
   Reviews, p.

Welsh History Review 9, 1978/79
Amos C. MILLER, Sir William Morgan of Pencoed: 'A Man much to be Accounted of', in: Welsh History Review 9, 1978/79, p. 1
Harold CARTER; Sandra WHEATLEY, Some Aspects of the Spatial Structure of two Glamorgan Towns in the Nineteenth Century, in: Welsh History Review 9, 1978/79, p. 32
Glyn WILLIAMS, Cwm Hyfryd – a Welsh Settlement in the Patagonian Andes, in: Welsh History Review 9, 1978/79, p. 57
David Lewis JONES, Theses on Welsh History, III, in: Welsh History Review 9, 1978/79, p. 84
J.K. GRUENFELDER, The Wynns of Gwydir and Parliamentary Elections in Wales, 1604-40, in: Welsh History Review 9, 1978/79, p. 121
H.T. BLETHEN, Bishop Williams, the Altar Controversy and the Royal Supremacy, 1627-41, in: Welsh History Review 9, 1978/79, p. 142
Joanna MARTIN, Private Enterprise versus Manorial Rights: Mineral Property Disputes in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Glamorgan, in: Welsh History Review 9, 1978/79, p. 155
Martin DAUNTON, Jack Ashore: Seamen in Cardiff before 1914, in: Welsh History Review 9, 1978/79, p. 176
Richard COBB, David Williams [Obituary], in: Welsh History Review 9, 1978/79, p. 204
J. Gwynfor JONES, The Welsh Poets and their Patrons, c. 1150-1640, in: Welsh History Review 9, 1978/79, p. 245
Paul STAFFORD, The First Menai Bridge Project: Politics, Commerce and Communications in Wales, 1782-86, in: Welsh History Review 9, 1978/79, p. 278
Neil EVANS, 'The First Charity in Eales': Cardiff Infirmary and South Wales Society, 1837-1914, in: Welsh History Review 9, 1978/79, p. 319
G.J. LEWIS, Mobility, Locality and Demographic Change: The Case of North Cardiganshire, 1851-71, in: Welsh History Review 9, 1978/79, p. 347
J.P. JENKINS, Jacobites and Freemasons in Eighteenth-Century Wales, in: Welsh History Review 9, 1978/79, p. 391
Richard J. COLYER, The Pryse Family of Gogerddan and the Decline of a Great Estate, 1800-1960, in: Welsh History Review 9, 1978/79, p. 407
David A. PRETTY, Richard Davies and Nonconformist Radicalism in Anglesey, 1837-68: A Study of Sectarian and Middle-Class Politics, in: Welsh History Review 9, 1978/79, p. 432
Grahame V. NELMES, Stuart Rendel and Welsh Liberal Political Organization in the late Nineteenth Century, in: Welsh History Review 9, 1978/79, p. 468
Gwynedd PIERCE, William Rees [Obituary], in: Welsh History Review 9, 1978/79, p. 486
   Reviews, p.

Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81
Richard MORGAN, The Barony of Powys, 1275-1360, in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 1
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Philip S. EDWARDS, Cynrychiolaeth a Chynnen: Agweddau ar Hanes Seneddol a Chymdeithasol Sir Fon yn yr Unfed Ganrif ar Bymtheg, in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 42
Rhodri WALTERS, Capital Formation in the South Wales Coal Industry, 1840-1914, in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 68
D.J. Cathcart KING, Castles and the Administrative Divisions of Wales, in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 92
J. Gwynn WILLIAMS, Keith Williams-Jones [Obituary], in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 96
Llinos Beverley SMITH, The Statute of Wales, in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 127
Colin THOMAS, Place-Name Studies and Agrarian Colonization in North Wales, in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 154
Leighton HARGEST, The Welsh Educational Alliance, in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 172
Colin H. WILLIAMS, Language Contact and Language Change in Wales, 1901-1971, in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 207
Henry LOYN, Wales and England in the Tenth Century, in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 283
G.W.S. BARROW, Wales and Scotland in the Middle Ages, in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 302
S.B. CHRIMES, The Reign of Henry VII, in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 320
Glanmor WILLIAMS, Wales and the Reign of Mary I, in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 334
Gwyn A. WILLIAMS, The Merthyr Elections of 1835, in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 359
Kenneth O. MORGAN, Peace Movements in Wales, 1899-1945, in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 398
R. Ian JACK, The Cloth Industry in Medieval Wales, in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 443
Emrys JONES, The Welsh in London in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 461
Ronald REES, The South Wales Copper-Smoke Dispute, in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 480
R.J. COLYER, The Gentry and the County in Nineteenth-Century Cardiganshire, in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 497
D.J.V. JONES, LIfe and Death in Eighteenth-Century Wales: A Note, in: Welsh History Review 10, 1980/81, p. 536
   Reviews, p.

Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83
J. Gwynfor JONES, Sir John Wynn of Gwydir and his Tenants: The Dolwyddelan and Llysfaen Disputes, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 1
Philip JENKINS, The Demographic Decline of the Landes Gentry in the Eighteenth Century, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 31
D.C. JAMES, The Genesis of Sanitary Reform in Cardiff, 1774-1850, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 50
Ivor G. Hughes WILKS, Insurrections in Texas and Wales: The Careers of John Rees, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 67
N.P. SIL, Sir William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 92
Roy NASH, Family and Economic Structure in Nineteenth-Century Wales: Llangernyw and Gwytherin in 1871, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 135
W. Gareth EVANS, The Aberdare Report and Education in Wales, 1881, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 150
J. Graham JONES, Wales and the 'New Socialism', 1926-1929, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 173
Llinos Beverley SMITH, The Death of Llywelyn ap Gruffydd, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 200
Colin HOLMES, The Tredegar Riots of 1911, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 214
David Lewis JONES, Theses on Welsh History, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 226
Philip JENKINS, Francis Gwyn and the Birth of the Tory Party, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 283
Clare TAYLOR, Paddy's Run: A Welsh Settlement in Ohio, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 302
R.H. MORGAN, The Development of the Electricity Supply Industry in Wales to 1919, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 317
Gareth WILLIAMS, Grand Slam to Great Slump: Economy, Society and Rugby Football in Wales during the Depression, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 338
June MORRIS, Morale under Air Attack: Swansea, 1939-1941, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 358
J.A. THOMPSON, The Peace Ballot of 1935, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 388
J.F. MATTHEWS, Macsen, Maximus and Constantine, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 431
Geraint H. JENKINS, 'An Old and Much Honoured Soldier': Griffith Jones, Llanddowror, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 449
Ryland WALLACE, Wales and the Parliamentary Reform Movement, 1866-68, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 469
Deian HOPKIN, The Llanelli Riots, 1911, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 488
T.J. PRICHARD, 'The Squire of Fairfield': Rhondda on the eve of its Industrial Revolution, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 516
Gwyn A. WILLIAMS, Women Workers in Wales, 1968-82, in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 530
Trefor M. OWEN, Iorwerth Cyfeiliog Peate [Obituary], in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 549
Ralph A. GRIFFITHS, William Henry Waters [Obituary], in: Welsh History Review 11, 1982/83, p. 551
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Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85
Llinos Beverley SMITH, Llywelyn ap Gruffudd and the Welsh Historical Consciousness, in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 1
Philip JENKINS, The Creation of an 'Ancient Gentry': Glamorgan, 1760-1840, in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 29
Donald RICHTER, The Welsh Police, the Home Office and the Welsh Tithe War of 1886-91, in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 50
Anthony Mór O'BRIEN, Patriotism on Trial: The Strike of the South Wales Miners, July 1915, in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 76
R.R. DAVIES, Buchedd a Moes y Cymry, in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 155
Philip JENKINS, The Tory Tradition in Eighteenth-Century Cardiff, in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 180
Aled JONES, Trade Unions and the Press: Journalism and the Red Dragon Revolt of 1874, in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 197
Richard LEWIS, The Central Labour College: Its Decline and Fall, 1919-29, in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 225
Glanville R.J. JONES, Emrys George Bowen [Obituary], in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 246
Madeleine GRAY, Mr. Auditor's Man: The Career of Richard Budd, Estate Agent and Exchequer Official, in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 307
Dot JONES, Did Friendly Societies Matter? A Study of Friendly Societies in Glamorgan, 1794-1910, in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 324
Neil EVANS, The Welsh Victorian City: The Middle Class and Civil and National Consciousness in Cardiff, 1850-1914, in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 350
David CLEAVER, Labour and Liberals in the Gower Constituency, 1885-1910, in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 388
John HOWELLS, Haverfordwest and the Plague, 1652, in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 411
C.H. KNOWLES, Stanley Bertram Chrimes [Obituary], in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 420
S.J. GUNN, The Régime of Charles, Duke of Suffolk, in North Wales and the Reform of Welsh Government, 1509-25, in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 461
Clare TAYLOR, The Perils of a West Indian Heiress: Case Studies of the Heiresses of Nathaniel Phillips of Slebech, in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 495
T. BOYNS, Work and Death in the South Wales Coalfield, 1874-1914, in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 514
Anthony Mór O'BRIEN, The Merthyr Boroughs Election, November 1915, in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 538
Richard COLYER, Early Agricultural Society in Wales, in: Welsh History Review 12, 1984/85, p. 567
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Welsh History Review 13, 1986/87
Ryland WALLACE, The Anti-Corn League in Wales, in: Welsh History Review 13, 1986/87, p. 1
Michael ASTERIS, Rise and Decline of South Wales Exports, 1870-1930, in: Welsh History Review 13, 1986/87, p. 24
J. EATON, 'Union Smasher of the Boss Class'? The Judgeship of John Gryn Roberts in Glamorgan, 1906-18, in: Welsh History Review 13, 1986/87, p. 44
Sheila OWEN-JONES, Religious Influences and Educational Progress in Glamorgan, 1900-33, in: Welsh History Review 13, 1986/87, p. 72
David Lewis JONES, Theses on Welsh History V, in: Welsh History Review 13, 1986/87, p. 87
Phillips G. DAVIES, The Welsh Settlements in Minnesota: The Evidence of the Churches in Blue Earth and Le Sueur Counties, in: Welsh History Review 13, 1986/87, p. 139
T. BOYNS, Technical Change and Colliery Explosions in the South Wales Coalfield, c. 1870-1914, in: Welsh History Review 13, 1986/87, p. 155
R.H. MORGAN, The Development of an Urban Transport System: The Case of Cardiff, in: Welsh History Review 13, 1986/87, p. 178
Linda BRYDER, The King Edward VII Welsh Memorial Association and its Policy towards Tuberculosis, in: Welsh History Review 13, 1986/87, p. 194
Huw PRYCE, In Search of a Medieval Society: Deheubarth in the Writings of Gerald of Wales, in: Welsh History Review 13, 1986/87, p. 265
W.R.B. ROBINSON, Knighted Welsh Landowners, 1485-1558: A Provisional List, in: Welsh History Review 13, 1986/87, p. 282
H.G. WILLIAMS, Study of the Kynnersley Educational Returns for Caernarfonshire, in: Welsh History Review 13, 1986/87, p. 299
Anthony Mór O'BRIEN, 'Conchie': Emrys Hughes and the First World War, in: Welsh History Review 13, 1986/87, p. 328
R. Paul EVANS, Thomas Pennant (1726-1798): 'The Father of Cambrian Tourists', in: Welsh History Review 13, 1986/87, p. 395
Brinley THOMAS, A Cauldron of Rebirth: Population and the Welsh Language in the Nineteenth Century, in: Welsh History Review 13, 1986/87, p. 418
G.W. RODERICK, Education, Culture and Industry in Wales in the Nineteenth Century, in: Welsh History Review 13, 1986/87, p. 438
J. Graham JONES, E.T. John and Welsh Home Rule, 1910-1914, in: Welsh History Review 13, 1986/87, p. 453
K.L. MAUND, Trahaearn ap Caradog: Legitimate Usurper?, in: Welsh History Review 13, 1986/87, p. 468
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Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89
Michael K. JONES, Sir William Stanley of Holt: Politics and Family Allegiance in the late-Fifteenth Century, in: Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89, p. 1
Julian MITCHELL, Nathan Rogers and the Wentwood Case, in: Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89, p. 23
R.J. MOORE-COLYER, Of Lime and Men: Aspects of the Coastal Trade in Lime in South-West Wales in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, in: Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89, p. 54
Cyril PARRY, Gwynedd and the Great War, 1914-1918, in: Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89, p. 72
Matthew GRIFFITHS, Native Society on the Anglo-Norman Frontier: the evidence of the Margam Charters, in: Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89, p. 179
James SHERBORNE, Perjury and the Lancastrian Revolution of 1399, in: Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89, p. 217
H.G. WILLIAMS, The Forster Education Act and Welsh Politics, 1870-1874, in: Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89, p. 242
Ursula HENRIQUES, The Jewish Community in Cardiff, 1813-1914, in: Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89, p. 269
Glanmor WILLIAMS, Williams Morgan's Bible and the Cambridge Connection, in: Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89, p. 363
Phillips G. DAVIES, The Welsh in Kansas: Settlement, Contribution and Assimilation, in: Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89, p. 380
Jon PARRY, Labour Leaders and Local Politics, 1888-1922: The Example of Aberdare, in: Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89, p. 399
Gareth Elwyn JONES, The 'Welsh Revolt' revisited: Merioneth and Montgomeryshire in Default, in: Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89, p. 417
J. Graham JONES, E.T. John, Devolution and Democracy, 1917-24, in: Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89, p. 439
David Lewis JONES, Theses on Welsh History VI, in: Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89, p. 470
Paul LATIMER, Henry II's Campaign against the Welsh in 1165, in: Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89, p. 523
Owain Tudor EDWARDS, The Earliest Monument of Welsh Music, in: Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89, p. 533
Raymond K.J. GRANT, Merthyr Tydfil in the mid-Nineteenth Century: The Struggle for Public Health, in: Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89, p. 574
G.W. RODERICK, The Institute of South Wales Engineers and the South Wales Economy in the Late Ninteenth Century, in: Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89, p. 595
Peter Ellis JONES, Migration and the Slate Belt of Caernarfonshire in the Ninetenth Century, in: Welsh History Review 14, 1988/89, p. 610
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Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91
A.D. CARR, Gwilym ap Gruffydd and the Rise of the Penrhyn Estate, in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 1
E. ROWLANDS, The Harleys and the Battle for Power in Post-Revolution Radnorshire, in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 21
M. KLARMAN, The Trade Union Political Levy, the Osborne Judgement (1909) and the South Wales Miners' Federation, in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 34
B.K. MURRAY, Lloyd George, the Navy Estimates and the Inclusion of Rating Relief in the 1914 Budget, in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 58
T. BOYNS, The Electricity Industry in South Wales to 1949, in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 79
R.K. TURVEY, The Marcher Shire of Pembroke and the Glyndwr Rebellion, in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 151
C. BRETT, John Leland, Wales and Early British History, in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 169
W.G. EVANS, The Welsh Intermediate and Technical Education Act, 1889, and the Education of Girls, in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 183
J.G. JONES, Alfred Thomas's National Indstitution (Wales) Bills of 1891-92, in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 218
D.J.V. JONES, 'Where did it all go wrong?': Crime in Swansea, 1938-68, in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 240
B.T. HUDSON, The Destruction of Gruffudd ap Llywelyn, in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 331
W.R.B. ROBINSON, Sir Roland Veleville and the Tudor Dynasty: A Reassessment, in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 351
H.M. DAVIES, 'Very Different Springs of Uneasiness': Emigration from Wales to the United States of American during the 1790s, in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 368
R.J. MOORE-COLYER, Thomas Johnes of Hafod (1748-1826): Translator and Bibliophile, in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 399
H.G. WILLIAMS, Longueville Jones and Welsh Education: The Neglected Case of a Victorian H.M.I., in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 416
M. GRAY, Castles and Patronage in Sixteenth-Century Wales, in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 481
G.H. JENKINS, 'Horrid Unintelligible Jargon': The Case of Dr. Thomas Bowles, in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 494
I. EDWARDS, John Wilkinson and the Development of Gunfounding in the late Eighteenth Century, in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 524
W.E. VAN VUGT, Welsh Emigration to the U.S.A. during the Mid-Nineteenth Century, in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 545
P.E. JONES, The Urban Morphology and Social Structure of a Working-Class District in the Mid-Nineteenth Century, in: Welsh History Review 15, 1990/91, p. 562
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Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93
Llinos Beverley SMITH, Fosterage, Adoption and God-Parenthood: Ritual and Fictive Kinship in Medieval Wales, in: Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93, p. 1
M.J. DOWDEN, The Disputed Inheritance: The Tredegar Estates in the Eighteenth Century, in: Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93, p. 36
R.J. MOORE-COLYER, Gentlemen, Horses and the Turf in Nineteenth-Century Wales, in: Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93, p. 47
David W. HOWELL, Labour Organization among Agricultural Workers in Wales, 1872-1921, in: Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93, p. 63
Kenneth O. MORGAN, Montgomeryshire's Liberal Century: Rendel to Hooson, 1880-1979, in: Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93, p. 93
N.J. HIGHAM, Medieval 'Overkingship' in Wales: the Earliest Evidence, in: Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93, p. 145
Peter D.G. THOMAS, The Rise of Plas Newydd: Sir Nicholas Bayly and County Elections in Anglesey, 1734-84, in: Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93, p. 160
Jill BARBER, A 'Fair and Just Demand'?: Tithe Unrest in Cardiganshire, 1796-1833, in: Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93, p. 177
J. Graham JONES, The Parliament for Wales Campaign, 1950-1956, in: Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93, p. 207
R.O. ROBERTS, Financial Developments in Early Modern Wales and the Emnergence of the first Banks, in: Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93, p. 291
R.J. MOORE-COLYER, Field Sports, Conservatism and the Countryside in Georgian and Victorian Wales, in: Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93, p. 308
J. Graham JONES, The Liberal Party and Wales after 1945, in: Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93, p. 326
I.M. ZWEINIGER-BARGIELOWSKA, Miners' Militancy: a study of four South Wales Collieries during the middle of the Twentieth Century, in: Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93, p. 356
Chris EVANS, The Historical Manuscripts Commission and Historians of Wales, in: Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93, p. 390
A.G. WILLIAMS, Norman Lordship in South-East Wales during the reign of William I, in: Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93, p. 445
Matthew CRAGOE, The Golden Grove Interest in Carmarthenshire Politics, 1804-1821, in: Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93, p. 467
W. Gareth EVANS, The 'Bilingual Difficulty': HMI and the Welsh Language in the Victorian Age, in: Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93, p. 494
Allan FLETCHER, Role of Landowners, Entrepreneurs and Railways in the Urban Development of the North Wales coast during the Nineteenth Century, in: Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93, p. 514
Kenneth HILTON, John Spargo, the Social Democratic Federation and the 1898 South Wales Coal Strike, in: Welsh History Review 16, 1992/93, p. 542
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Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95
Patrick SIMS-WILLIAMS, Historical Need and Literary Narrative: A Caveat from Ninth-century Wales, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 1
R.F. WALKER, The Supporters of Richard Marshal, Earl of Pembroke, in the Rebellion of 1233-34, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 41
Anthony Mòr O'BRIEN, Churchill and the Tonypandy Riots, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 67
Stephen M. CULLEN, Another Nationalism: the British Union of Fascists in Glamorgan, 1932-40, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 101
Kate SULLIVAN, 'The Biggest Room in Merthyr'. Working-class Housing in Dowlais, 1850-1914, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 155
John Wyn PRITCHARD, 'Fit and Proper Persons'. Councillors of Denbigh, their status and position, 1835-94, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 186
J. Graham JONES, Select Committee or Royal Commission? Wales and the 'Land Question', 1892, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 205
T. BOYNS, Jugging and Shaking. Technical Choice in the South Wales Industry between the Wars, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 230
Julian HARRISON, A Note on Gerald of Wales and Annales Cambriae, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 252
David CANNADINE, British History as a 'New Subject', in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 313
A.D.M. BARRELL; M.H. BROWN, A Settler Community in Post-Conquest Wales, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 332
Lawrence STONE, Kinship and Forced Marriage in early Eighteenth-Century Wales, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 356
Geraint H. JENKINS, 'A Rank Republican and a Leveller': William Jones, Llangadfan, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 365
H.G. WILLIAMS, Arthur Acland, Tom Ellis and Welsh Education, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 387
Ian C. THOMAS, The Beginnings of an Economic Development Policy in Mid-Wales, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 411
D.A. TROTTER, Merry, Welsh or Both? A Philological Perspective on the Company of Welshmen, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 452
M.H. BROWN, Kinship, Land and Law in Fourteenth-century Wales, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 493
C. GIVEN-WILSON, The Dating and Structure of the Chronicle of Adam Usk, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 520
Gerald MORGAN, Dowries for Daughters in West Wales, 1500-1700, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 534
Richard LEWIS; David WARD, Culture, Politics and Assimilation: the Welsh on Teesside, c. 1850-1940, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 550
J. Graham JONES, The Littérateur as Politician: Owen M. Edwards M.P., in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 571
Stephen RIDGWELL, South Wales and the Cinema in the 1930s, in: Welsh History Review 17, 1994/95, p. 590
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Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97
Kevin MANN, The March of Wales: A Question of Terminology, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 1
R. SWEET, Stability and Continuity: Swansea Politics and Reform, 1780-1820, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 14
T.G. DAVIES, The Welsh Contribution to Mental Health Legislation in the Nineteenth Century, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 40
Sydna Ann WILLIAMS, 'Law not War – Hedd nid Cledd': Women and the Peace Movement in North Wales, 1926-1945, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 63
J. Graham JONES, The National Petition on the Legal Statuts of the Welsh Language, 1938-1942, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 92
Bryn ELLIS, Limestone Quarrying in North-East Wales before 1900, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 125
Ralph A. GRIFFITHS, David J.V. Jones [Obituary], in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 140
Katherine Warner SWETT, Widowhood, Custom and Property in Early Modern North Wales, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 189
Matthew CRAGOE, A Question of Culture: The Welsh Church and the Bishopric of St. Asaph, 1780-1870, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 228
Herbert E. ROESE, Cardiff's Norwegian Inheritance: A Neglected Theme, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 255
John S. ELLIS, The Prince and the Dragon: Welsh National Identitiy and the 1911 Investiture of the Prince of Wales, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 272
John SHEAIL, Sustaining Rural Communities: The Agriculture (Improvement of Roads) Act, 1955, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 295
Dai SMITH, Gwyn A. Williams [Obituary], in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 318
John Reuben DAVIES, Church, Property and Conflict in Wales, A.D. 600-1100, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 387
R.F. WALKER, William de Valence and the Army of West Wales, 1282-1283, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 407
Peter D.G. THOMAS, A Welsh Political Storm: The Treasury Warrant of 1778 concerning Crown Lands in Wales, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 430
J. Graham JONES, Michael Davitt, David Lloyd George and T.E. Ellis: The Welsh Experience, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 450
Eddie MAY, Charles Stanton and the Limits to 'Patriotic' Labour, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 483
S.J. GUNN; W.R.B. ROBINSON, The Early Life of William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 509
David E. THORNTON, Maredudd ab Owain: The Most Famous King of the Welsh, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 567
Molly MCCLAIN, The Duke of Beaufort's Tory Progress through Wales, 1684, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 592
R.W. IRELAND, Confinement with Hard Labour: Motherhood and Penal Practice in a Victorian Gaol, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 621
F. CORONATO, The Frirst Welsh Footstep in Patagonia: The Primitive Location of Port Madryn, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 639
W.D. RUBINSTEIN, The Anti-Jewish Riots in South Wales: A Re-examination, in: Welsh History Review 18, 1996/97, p. 667

Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99
Huw PRYCE, Owain Gwynedd and Louis VII: The Fraco-Welsh Diplomacy of the First Prince of Wales, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 1
Martyn BENNETT, Dampnified Villagers: Taxation in Wales During the First Civil War, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 29
R. Merfyn JONES, The Mountaineering of Wales, 1880-1925, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 44
J. Graham JONES, Lloyd George, Welsh Liberalism and the Political Crisis of 1931, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 68
Kate FISHER, 'Clearing up Misconceptions': The Campaign to Set Up Birth Control Clinics in South Wales between the Wars, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 103
Mary ELLIS, Select Digest of Manuscript Accessions to Repositories 1996 relating to the History of Wales, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 130
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Hazel PIERCE, The King's Cousin: The Life, Career and Welsh Connectin of Sir Richard Pole, 1458-1504, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 187
Mark Ellis JONES, 'An Invidious Attempt to Accellerate the Extinction of Our Language': The Abolition of the Court of Great Sessions and the Welsh Language, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 226
Muriel CHAMBERLAIN, The Welsh in Canada: Historical Sources, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 265
Gordon RODERICK, Social Class, Curriculum and the Concept of Relevance in Secondary Education: Industrial Glamorgan, 1889-1914, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 289
Davis Lewis JONES, Theses on Welsh History VII, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 319
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A.D. CARR, 'The Last and Weakest of His Line': Dafydd ap Gruffydd, The Last Prince of Wales, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 375
M.D. MATTHEWS, Mercantile Shipbuilding Activity in South-West Wales, 1740-1829, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 400
H.G. WILLIAMS, 'Learning Suitable to the Situation of the Poorest Classes': The National Society and Wales, 1811-1839, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 425
Ioan MATTHEWS, 'Disturbing the Peace of the County': The Carmarthenshire General Election of 1868, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 453
J. Graham JONES, Sir Alfred Mond, Barmarthenshire and the Green Book, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 487
W.R.B. ROBINSON, Knighted Welsh Landowners, 1485-1558: Corrigenda, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 517
Mary ELLIS, Major Accessions to Repositories in 1997 relating to Welsh History, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 526
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David WYATT, Gruffudd ap Cynan and the Hiberno-Norse World, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 595
Roland QUINAULT, The French Inveasion of Pembrokeshire in 1797: A Bicentennital Assessment, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 618
Mark Ellis JONES, 'Wales for the Welsh': The Welsh County Court Judgeships, c. 1868-1900, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 643
Wayne K.D. DAVIES, Falling on Deaf Ears? Canadian Promotion and Welsh Emigration to the Praries, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 679
W. Gareth EVANS, 'Organise the Training of Welsh Teachers and Liberalise Their Education': Tom Ellis and the Reform of Teaching, in: Welsh History Review 19, 1998/99, p. 713
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Welsh History Review 20, 2000/01
Tim THORNTON, Dynasty and Territory in the Early Modern Period: The Princes of Wales and Their Western British Inheritance, in: Welsh History Review 20, 2000/01, p. 1
Gordon W. RODERICK; David ALSOBROOK, Welsh Society and University Funding, 1860-1914, in: Welsh History Review 20, 2000/01, p. 34
Ron BROOKS, Rochdale, Wrexham and the University Tutorial Class Movement in North-West Wales, 1907-1914, in: Welsh History Review 20, 2000/01, p. 62
Tim JONES, A Comparative Study of Local Authority Preparations for Nuclear War in North-Eastern Wales, 1948-1869, in: Welsh History Review 20, 2000/01, p. 89
N. WOODWARD, Why did South Wales Miners have High Mortality? Evidence from the Mid-twentieth Century, in: Welsh History Review 20, 2000/01, p. 116
Martin JOHNES, Uneasy Relationships: The Aberfan Disaster 1966, Merthyr Tydfil Borough Council and Local Politics, in: Welsh History Review 20, 2000/01, p. 143
Matthew J. PEARSON, The Creation of the Bangor Cathedral Chapter, in: Welsh History Review 20, 2000/01, p. 167
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Brock W. HOLDEN, The Making of the Middle March of Wales, in: Welsh History Review 20, 2000/01, p. 207
Michael A. JONES, Cultural Boundaries Within the Tudor State: Bishop Rowland Lee and the Welsh Settlement of 1536, in: Welsh History Review 20, 2000/01, p. 227
Howell A. LLOYD, 'Famous in the Field of Number and Measure': Robert Recorde, Renaissance Mathematician, in: Welsh History Review 20, 2000/01, p. 254
Bill JONES, Welsh Identities in Ballarat, Australian, During the Late Nineteenth Century, in: Welsh History Review 20, 2000/01, p. 283
Owen ROBERTS, The Politics of Health and the Origins of Liverpools Lake Vyrnwy Water Scheem, in: Welsh History Review 20, 2000/01, p. 308
Trystan Owain HUGHES, 'No longer will We Call Ourselves Catholics in Wales But Welsh Catholics': Roman Catholicism, The Welsh Language and Welsh National Identity in the Twetieth Century, in: Welsh History Review 20, 2000/01, p. 336
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