Britain: 1485-1660

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BRITAIN: 1485–1660


The Tudor privy council. D.N. Gladish. London M.A. 1915.

The jurisdiction of the privy council under the Tudors. Edna F. White. London M.A. 1918.

The privy council under the Tudors, 1540–72. G.E. Taylor. Birmingham M.A. 1928.

Parliamentary representation in the 16th century. W.S. Dann. London M.A. 1911.

The relations between Henry VII and Wales. W.T. Williams. Wales M.A. 1914.

The relations of Henry VII with Scotland and Ireland (1485–97), illustrated from episodes in the life of Sir Henry Wyatt (1460?–1537). Agnes E. Conway. London M.A. 1926.

The government of Calais, 1485 to 1558. P.T.J. Morgan. Oxford D.Phil. 1967.

The history of Calais under the deputyship of Arthur Plantagenet, Lord Lisle, 1533–40. J. Leese. Manchester M.A. 1929.

Life and works of Edmund Dudley. Dorothy M. Brodie. Cambridge Ph.D. 1935.

William Warham as statesman, scholar, and patron. Kathleen E. Hardy. Oxford B.Litt. 1943.

The career of John Tayler, Master of the Rolls (d. 1534), as an illustration of early Tudor administrative history. R.E. Brock. London M.A. 1950.

The early Tudor peerage, 1485–1547. Helen J. Miller. London M.A. 1950.

The judiciary in relation to legislation and constitutional development during the reigns of Henry VII and Henry VIII. J.J. MacGinley. London M.A. 1915.

Some aspects of the legal profession in the late 15th and early 16th centuries. E.W. Ives. London Ph.D. 1955.

Lawyers and law reporting in England in the 16th century. L.W. Abbott. London Ph.D. 1969.

The common law in the 16th century. J.F. Myers. Liverpool M.A. 1950.

The treason legislation of the reign of Henry VIII. Isobel D. Thornley. London M.A. 1917.

Sir Robert and Sir Richard Wingfield. Mrs. Patricia Buckland. Birmingham M.A. 1968.

English borough representation, 1509–58. M.G. Price. Oxford D.Phil. 1960.

The influence of the Renaissance on the English conception of the state. F.W.E.C. Caspari. Oxford B.Litt. 1936.

Sir Thomas Elyot: his life and his work. S.E. Lehmberg. Cambridge Ph.D. 1956.

Sir Thomas Elyot's The Image of Governaunce: its sources and political significance. Mrs. Margaret N. Woolger. Oxford B.Litt. 1970.

The two regiments: a study of the development of the theory of the relations of church and state during the Reformation, with particular reference to England. W.D.J. Cargill Thompson. Cambridge Ph.D. 1960.

The administration and parliamentary representation of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, 1529–58. Christine J. Black. London Ph.D. 1966.

Local politics and the parliamentary representation of Sussex, 1529–58. R.J.W. Swales. Bristol Ph.D. 1964.

Some Spanish biographies of Sir Thomas More. R.O. Jones. London M.A. 1949.

Sir Thomas More and the divorce. Enid Edkins. Liverpool M.A. 1916.

Thomas Cromwell: aspects of his administrative work. G.R. Elton. London Ph.D. 1949.

The life and times of John Dudley, earl of Warwick and duke of Northumberland, 1504(?)–1553. C. Sturge. London Ph.D. 1927.

The rise to power of Edward Seymour, Protector Somerset, 1500–47. M.L. Bush. Cambridge Ph.D. 1965.

The 'Acts of Union' and the Tudor settlement of Wales. P.R. Roberts. Cambridge Ph.D. 1966.

The life and writings of William Thomas, d. 1554. P.J. Laven. London M.A. 1954.

Sir John Forster: a study of Tudor politics. J. Howe. Newcastle M.Litt. 1970.

Some aspects of the life and political career of Sir Richard Rich. Elizabeth P. McIntyre. Aberdeen M.Litt. 1968.

The parliamentary representation of Wales and Monmouthshire, 1542–58. P.S. Edwards. Cambridge Ph.D. 1970.

The Commons in the parliament of 1545. Anne D. Tucker. Oxford D.Phil. 1966.

The career and writings of Sir Thomas Smith, 1513–77. Mrs. Mary C. Dewar. London Ph.D. 1956.

An enquiry into the state of public opinion from the establishment of King Henry VIII's supremacy over the church to the close of the Lincolnshire rebellion, drawn principally from the Letters and Papers of the reign of Henry VIII, volumes VII–XII, edited Gairdner. W.E. Milward. Liverpool M.A. 1907.

Treason legislation in England, 1547–1603. W.J. Fitzgerald. London M.A. 1963.

On the causes and course of the rebellion of 1549 in Devon and Cornwall. W.J. Blake. London M.A. 1909.

The Norfolk rising under Robert Kett, 1549. W.H.T. Walker. Wales M.A. 1921.

The social and economic circumstances of Ket's rebellion, 1549. R.J. Hammond. London M.A. 1933.

Popular subversion and government security in England during the reign of Queen Mary I. D.M. Loades. Cambridge Ph.D. 1962.

The office of principal secretary to the Crown under Elizabeth and the early Stewarts. Florence M.G. Evans. Manchester M.A. 1919.

The proclamations of Elizabeth I. F.A. Youngs. Cambridge Ph.D. 1969.

The Elizabethan chancery: some legal and other aspects. W.J. Jones. London Ph.D. 1958.

The house of lords under Elizabeth. J.E. Neale. Liverpool M.A. 1915.

The court of requests in the reign of Elizabeth. W.B.J. Allsebrook. London M.A. 1936.

The court of star chamber in the reign of Queen Elizabeth. Elfreda Skelton. London M.A. 1931.

The problem of the North in the early years of Queen Elizabeth's reign. S. Charlesworth. Sheffield Ph.D. 1931.

The Council in the Marches of Wales during the reign of Queen Elizabeth. P.H. Williams. Oxford D.Phil. 1955.

The early career of Sir James Croft, 1518–70. Christina A. Mackwell. Oxford B.Litt. 1970.

The career of Henry Hastings, 3rd earl of Huntingdon, 1536–95. M. Claire Cross. Cambridge Ph.D. 1959.

Some aspects of the work of the Elizabethan intelligence service. L.E. Morris. Wales M.A. 1968.

The parliamentary representation of Devon and Dorset, 1559–1601. J.C. Roberts. London M.A. 1958.

The French religious wars in English politics and political theory. J.H.McM. Salmon. Cambridge M.Litt. 1957.

Richard Hooker: a study in the history of political philosophy. A.P. d'Entrèves. Oxford D.Phil. 1932/3.

The place of Hooker in the history of thought. P. Munz. Cambridge Ph.D. 1948.

The politics of Hooker. F.J.J. Shirley. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1931.

The personnel of the house of commons, 1563–7. Norah M. Fuidge. London M.A. 1950.

The personnel of parliament, 1571. Helen Brady. Manchester M.A. 1927.

Sir Michael Hickes and the secretariat of the Cecils, c.1580–1612. A.G.R. Smith. London Ph.D. 1962.

The political career of Sir Robert Naunton, 1563–1635. R.E. Schreiber. London Ph.D. 1967.

The public career of Sir Julius Caesar, 1584–1614. L.M. Hill. London Ph.D. 1968.

Personnel of the parliament of 1584–5. Hazel Matthews. London M.A. 1948.

Members of the house of commons, 1586–7. R.C. Gabriel. London M.A. 1954.

Some aspects of the Inns of Court, 1590–1640. W.R. Prest. Oxford D.Phil. 1965.

Personnel of the parliament of 1593. Evelyn E. Trafford. London M.A. 1948.

The personnel of parliament, 1597. Constance M. Davey. Manchester M.A. 1927.

The personnel of the house of commons in 1601. Margaret K. Mort. London M.A. 1952.

Treason and treason trials during the 17th century. Mrs. Norah W. Irvine. Durham M.A. 1936.

The administrative work of the lord chancellor in the early 17th century. Jean S. Wilson. London Ph.D. 1927.

The function and influence of privy councillors in parliament in the early 17th century. Dorothy Keane. London M.A. 1930.

Sir Robert Heath (1575–1649): some consideration of his work and life. I.H.C. Fraser. Bristol M.A. 1954.

The king's principal secretaries of state under the early Stuarts. Florence M.G. Evans. Manchester Ph.D. 1921.

Promotion and politics amongst the common law judges of the reigns of James I and Charles I. H.H.A. Cooper. Liverpool M.A. 1964.

Patronage and officers in the reign of James I. P.R. Seddon. Manchester Ph.D. 1967.

The parliamentary franchise in the English boroughs in the Stuart period. E.C. Whitworth. London M.A. 1926.

The borough franchise in the first half of the 17th century. Winifred A. Taffs. London M.A. 1926.

The political activity and influence of the house of lords, 1603–29. D. Jean Dawson. Oxford B.Litt. 1950.

Freedom of speech in the house of commons in the reign of James I. Sir Michael B.G. Oppenheimer, Bt. Oxford B.Litt 1955.

The development of English parliamentary judicature, 1604–26. C.G.C. Tite. London Ph.D. 1970.

The life and work of Sir Francis Kynaston. H.G. Seccombe. Oxford B.Litt. 1933.

The life and works of Sir Francis Kynaston. C.F. Williamson. Oxford B.Litt. 1957.

The parish of St. Stephen's, Coleman Street, London: a study in radicalism, c.1624–1664. D.A. Kirby. Oxford B.Litt. 1968.

The parliamentary career of Sir John Eliot, 1624–9. J.N. Ball. Cambridge Ph.D. 1953.

Studies in the institutions and personnel of English central administration, 1625–42. G.E. Aylmer. Oxford D.Phil. 1955.

The court of star chamber, 1603–41, with special reference to the period 1625–41. H.E.I. Phillips. London M.A. 1939.

The political career of Francis Cottington, 1605–52. A.J. Cooper. Oxford B.Litt. 1966.

A survey of the parliamentary elections of 1625, 1626 and 1628. J.D. Thomas. London M.A. 1952.

John Pym. Ethel M. Beebee. Birmingham M.A. 1915.

The power of the sword: a study in 17th-century political ideology. G.W.S.V. Rumble. Kent M.A. 1970.

The judges of Westminster Hall during the Great Rebellion, 1640–60. S.F. Black. Oxford B.Litt. 1970.

An introduction to the life and works of Francis Rous, puritan divine and parliamentarian (1581–1659). K.J. Harper. Wales M.A. 1960.

John Berkenhead in literature and politics, 1640–63. P.W. Thomas. Oxford D.Phil. 1962.

A study of the life and works of Sir John Berkenhead. S.P. Whitaker. London M.A. 1915.

Controversial portraiture in the Thomason tracts (1640–61), with special reference to King Charles I. Lois M.G. Spencer. London Ph.D. 1959.

The political thought of Sir Robert Filmer and his royalist contemporaries. Stella M.E. Trood. London M.A. 1922.

The idea of government during the puritan rebellion. Winifred O'Brien. Liverpool M.A. 1929.

The moderate Royalists and Puritans, and the conception of sovereignty in England prior to the Civil War. A.S.H. Hill. London Ph.D. 1933.

The life of Christopher Love and his relation to contemporary movements. Clara G. Criddle. Wales M.A. 1933.

The life and letters of Christopher Love, 1618–51. M.H. Jones. Wales M.A. 1932.

The character, composition and organisation of the Long Parliament, 1640–53. R.N. Kershaw. Oxford B.Litt. 1923.

The political career of Henry Marten, with special reference to the origins of republicanism in the Long Parliament. C.M. Williams. Oxford D.Phil. 1954.

The Long Parliament and the fear of popular pressure, 1640–6. R. Yarlott. Leeds M.A. 1963.

Sir Henry Vane the elder. Evelyn B. Wells. Manchester M.A. 1923.

The political and administrative career of Sir Henry Vane the younger, 1640 to April 1653. Violet A. Rowe. London Ph.D. 1965.

The careers and opinions of Hugh Peters and Sir Henry Vane the younger. J.M. Patrick. Oxford B.Litt. 1936.

A report on the sources available for an account of the life of Sir Henry Vane, junior, during the period 1649–62. Edith M. Emlyn. Liverpool M.A. 1928.

The political history of the parliamentary boroughs of Kent, 1642–62. Madeline V. Jones. London Ph.D. 1967.

Political ideas in the royalist pamphlets of the period, 1642–9. I.D. Brice. Oxford B.Litt. 1970.

Studies in royalism in the English Civil War, 1642–6, with special reference to Staffordshire. J.T. Pickles. Manchester M.A. 1968.

The Great Civil War in Shropshire, 1642–9. W.J. Farrow. Manchester M.A. 1925.

The Great Civil War in Shrewsbury. H. Beaumont. Sheffield M.A. 1934.

Governor Gell, 1642–6: a study of the Civil War in Derbyshire. J.T. Brighton. Hull M.A. 1969/70.

An edition of the memoirs of Sir Hugh Cholmley, with a contribution on his life and on the Civil War in Yorkshire. T.H. Brooke. Oxford B.Litt. 1937.

The history of the counties of Glamorgan and Monmouth during the Great Civil War, 1642–8. Laetitia J. Thomas. Wales M.A. 1914.

The first Civil War in Glamorgan, 1642–6. C.M. Thomas. Wales M.A. 1963.

Royalist organisation in Wiltshire, 1642–6. G.A. Harrison. London Ph.D. 1963.

Royalist organisation in Gloucestershire and Bristol, 1642–5. G.A. Harrison. Manchester M.A. 1961.

Henry Somerset, 5th earl and 1st marquis of Worcester, 1577–1646; a biographical study. I.D. Thomas. Wales M.A. 1959.

Sir Thomas Myddelton II: 1586–1666. G.R. Thomas. Wales M.A. 1968.

The Eastern Association. C.A. Holmes. Cambridge Ph.D. 1969.

The mixed-monarchy debate, 1642–4. S.J. Cumella. Strathclyde M.Sc. 1969/70.

The king's armies in the west of England, 1642–6. M.D.G. Wanklyn. Manchester M.A. 1966.

The life of Sir William Waller, 1598–1668. J.E. Adair. London Ph.D. 1966.

The Civil War in Warwickshire, 1642–6, with an introduction on the representation of Warwickshire in the Long Parliament. P.H. Billingham. Oxford B.Litt. 1927.

The part played by the Catholics in the Civil War in Lancashire and Monmouthshire. K.J. Lindley. Manchester M.A. 1965.

The Civil War in Somerset, 1642–6. C.W. Terry. London M.A. 1913.

Wolverhampton and the Great Civil War, 1642–5. T.J. Larkin. Birmingham M.A. 1928.

The proclamations issued by Charles I during the years 1642–6, both during his progress to Oxford and his residence there until the surrender of the city in 1646, relating especially to Oxford and neighbouring counties. E.J.S. Parsons. Oxford B.Litt. 1935.

Neutrals and neutralism in the English Civil War, 1642–6. B.S. Manning. Oxford D.Phil. 1959.

The sequestration of estates, 1643–60. H.E. Chesney. Sheffield Ph.D. 1928.

The second Civil War, 1648. J.B. Crummett. Manchester M.A. 1957.

The part played by Walwyn and Overton in the Leveller movement. Joan E. Speak. Leeds M.A. 1949.

The life and works of William Walwyn the Leveller. Sheila H. Knapton. London M.A. 1949.

The Levellers and the origin of the theory of natural rights. L.H. Poe. Oxford D.Phil. 1957.

John Lilburne and his relation to the first phase of the Leveller movement, 1638–49. Pauline E. Gregg. London Ph.D. 1939.

The Digger movement in the English Revolution. D.W. Petegorsky. London Ph.D. 1940.

The Ranters, 1649–60. J.F. McGregor. Oxford B.Litt. 1969.

The Fifth Monarchy men: an analysis of their origins, activities, ideas and composition. B.S. Capp. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.

Oliver Cromwell's view of his political mission in the light of his theological and ecclesiastical presuppositions. R.S. Paul. Oxford D.Phil. 1949.

The preservation of public order in Cromwellian London. M.W. Towse. Cambridge M.Litt. 1965.

The Upper House during the protectorates of Oliver and Richard Cromwell. Mercy C. Hart. London M.A. 1929.

The royalist party in England, October 1651 - September 1658. D.E. Underdown. Oxford B.Litt. 1953.

An analysis of the opposition to the major-generals, with special reference to Yorkshire and the North. H. Greenleaves. Oxford B.Litt. 1927.

The correspondence of Henry Cromwell, 1655–9, and other papers, from the British Museum Lansdowne MSS. 821–3. C. Jones. Lancaster M.Litt. 1969.

Politics and political theory in England, 1658–60. A.H. Woolrych. Oxford B.Litt. 1952.

The members from the northern counties in Richard Cromwell's parliament. G.V. Chivers. Manchester M.A. 1954.

Richard Cromwell's parliament, January 27th 1658/9 -April 22nd, 1659. Joan D. McKay. Liverpool M.A. 1951.

The place of Sir Arthur Hesilrige in English politics, 1659–60. G.H. Brown. Oxford B.Litt. 1948.


Wales and piracy: a study in Tudor administration, 1500–1640. Carys E. Hughes. Wales M.A. 1937.

Welsh seamen, navigators, and colonisers, Elizabethan and Jacobean, together with some history of Welsh maritime and colonising activity during the period. E.R. Williams. Wales M.A. 1915.

The military obligations of York citizens in Tudor times. N.J. Longbone. Leeds M.A. 1953.

The military obligations of the English people, 1511–58. J.J. Goring. London Ph.D. 1955.

Maritime activity under Henry VII. W.E.C. Harrison. London M.A. 1931.

Supply services of English armed forces, 1509–50. C.S.L. Davies. Oxford D.Phil. 1963.

The history of the Trinity House at Deptford, 1514–1660. G.G. Harris. London M.A. 1962.

Piracy and privateering from Dartmouth and Kingswear, 1540–58. Ruth M.S. Tugwood. London M.A. 1953.

English military organisation, c.1558–1638. L.O.J. Boynton. Oxford D.Phil. 1962.

The economic aspects of Elizabethan privateering. K.R. Andrews. London Ph.D. 1951.

Privateering in north-west European waters, 1568 to 1572. B. Dietz. London Ph.D. 1959.

English sea-chaplains in the Royal Navy, 1577–1684. J. Curry. Bristol M.A. 1956.

The naval chaplain in Stuart times. W.F. Scott. Oxford D.Phil. 1935.

The beacons of north England, with special reference to the geographical plan of those provided in Elizabethan times. R.J. Wood. London M.Sc. 1937.

Some aspects of the attempts of the government to suppress piracy during the reign of Elizabeth I. D.G.E. Hurd. London M.A. 1961.

Sir Francis Drake: explorer. Kathleen M. Keegan. Birmingham M.A. 1924.

The organisation and administration of the Elizabethan foreign military expeditions, 1585–1603. C.G. Cruickshank. Oxford D.Phil. 1940.

Supplies for the army and navy under Elizabeth, 1595–1603. F. Mitchell. Manchester M.A. 1923.

The navy under the early Stuarts and its influence on English history. C.D. Penn. London M.A. 1913.

Naval administration, 1603–28. N. Clayton. Leeds Ph.D. 1936.

Naval construction in the reign of James I. Mrs. Margaret Exley. Leeds M.A. 1949.

The Royal Navy under the 1st duke of Buckingham, Lord High Admiral 1618–28. A.P. McGowan. London Ph.D. 1967.

Sea power and Welsh history, 1625–60. A. Eames. Wales M.A. 1954.

The adhesion of the Royal Navy to parliament at the outbreak of the Civil War. Isabel G. Powell. London M.A. 1919.

The navy during the Civil Wars and the Commonwealth, 1642–51. M.L. Baumber. Manchester M.A. 1967.

Parliament and the navy, 1642–8: a political history of the navy during the Civil War. D.E. Kennedy. Cambridge Ph.D. 1959.

The royalist army in the first Civil War, 1642–6. I. Roy. Oxford D.Phil. 1963.

Sir Thomas Morgan, Bt., 1604–79, 'soldier of fortune'. D.G. Lewis. Wales M.A. 1930.


Economic Theory and Finance

Parliamentary lay taxation, 1485–1547. R.S. Schofield. Cambridge Ph.D. 1963.

The causes and the progress of the growth of economic individualism in England in the 16th and at the beginning of the 17th century. H.M. Robertson. Cambridge Ph.D. 1929/30.

The Tudor coinage, 1544–71. C.E. Challis. Bristol Ph.D. 1968.

Sir Thomas Gresham as financial agent of the Crown, with special reference to Antwerp loans, 1551–65. H. Buckley. Manchester M.A. 1923.

Studies in Elizabethan government finance: royal borrowing and the sales of Crown lands, 1572–1603. R.B. Outhwaite. Nottingham Ph.D. 1964.

William Cecil, Lord Burleigh, and the English patents of monopoly. A.J. Cooke. Manchester M.A. 1966.

Bodleian manuscripts relating to the later Tudors, with special reference to the currency literature of the period. F.J. Routledge. Oxford B.Litt. 1920.

Economic thought in England, 1600–30, with reference to its evolution in the light of economic history. J.D. Gould. Bristol M.A. 1951.

Government borrowing under the first two Stuarts (1603–42). R. Ashton. London Ph.D. 1953.

The career of Sir Arthur Ingram: a study in the finance and politics of the reign of James I. C.W. Sellars. Leeds M.A. 1952.

The gold and silver thread monopolies granted by James I, 1611–21. M.A. Abrams. London Ph.D. 1929.

Public borrowing 1640–60, with special reference to government borrowing in the City of London between 1640 and 1650. W.P. Harper. London M.Sc. 1927.

Records of tax assessments, 1642–51. Muriel M. Colyer. London M.A. 1922.

The shipmoney levies under Charles I and their influence on local feeling. Sarah E. Foster. London M.A. 1914.

Royalist composition fines and land sales in Yorkshire, 1645–65. P.G. Holiday. Leeds Ph.D. 1966.

Financial and commercial policy under the Protectorate. M.P. Ashley. Oxford D.Phil. 1932/3.

The commercial factor in English policy, 1649–67. P.T. Hammond. Cambridge M.Litt. 1966.

The debentures market and military purchases of Crown land, 1649–60. I.J. Gentles. London Ph.D. 1969.

Industry and Agriculture

The enclosure of Stamford open fields. S. Elliott. Nottingham M.A. 1965.

Enclosure in Leicestershire, 1485–1607. L.A. Parker. London M.A. (Ext.) 1948.

The enclosure movement in South Wales during the Tudor and early Stuart periods. T.I.J. Jones. Wales M.A. 1936.

The estates of the earls of Devon, 1485–1538. Margaret R. Westcott. Exeter M.A. 1959.

The economic aspects of book production and distribution between 1500 and 1650. Marjorie Plant. London M.Sc. 1934.

The Bristol craft gilds during the 16th and 17th centuries. F.H. Rogers. Bristol M.A. 1949.

The influence and development of the industrial guilds in the larger provincial towns under James I and Charles I, with special reference to the formation of new corporations for the control of industry. F.J. Fisher. London M.A. 1931.

Mining in the Lake counties in the 16th century. J.D.S. Paul. London Ph.D. 1926.

The status of journeymen in the 16th century. Florence Roscoe. Manchester M.A. 1926.

The enforcement of a seven years' apprenticeship under the Statute of Artificers. T.K. Derry. Oxford D.Phil. 1930/1.

The regulation of wages in England under the Statute of Artificers. Nora M. Hindmarsh. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1932.

Some contributions to a study of work, wages and prices in Wales in the 16th century. Annie B. Jones. Wales M.A. 1933.

Agrarian conditions and changes in west Wales during the 16th century, with special reference to monastic and chantry lands. G.D. Owen. Wales Ph.D. 1935.

The earls of Worcester and their estates, 1526–1642. W.R.B. Robinson. Oxford B.Litt. 1959.

The economic development of the estates of the Petre family in Essex in the 16th and 17th centuries. W.R. Emerson. Oxford D.Phil. 1951.

The changing composition of the class of larger land-owners in Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire between the Reformation and the Civil War, illustrated by a special study of the manorial holdings of the Verney, Spencer and Dormer families. T. Hallinan. Oxford D.Phil. 1955.

The land market in Devon, 1536–58. J.E. Kew. Exeter Ph.D. 1967.

The estates of William Farington of Worden, 1537–1610. A.J. Atherton. Manchester M.A. 1953.

The agrarian development of Wiltshire, 1540–1640. E.W.J. Kerridge. London Ph.D. 1951.

The Wiltshire woollen industry, chiefly in the 16th and early 17th centuries. G.D. Ramsay. Oxford D.Phil. 1939.

The development of the west of England woollen industry, from 1550 to 1640. Kate E. Barford. London M.A. 1923.

The cloth industry in Essex and Suffolk, 1558–1640. J.E. Pilgrim. London M.A. 1938.

The Lancashire textile industry in the 16th century. N. Lowe. Manchester M.A. 1966.

Agrarian conditions in east Berkshire, 1560–1660. Kathleen A. Brewin. London M.A. 1918.

The agrarian history of Sussex, 1560–1640. J.C.K. Cornwall. London M.A. 1953.

Essex rural settlement: some aspects of its evolution, with particular reference to the 16th century. E. Grace Farrell. Wales M.A. 1969.

Agriculture and rural society in Essex, 1560–1640. F. Hull. London Ph.D. 1950.

Agrarian discontent under the early Stuarts and during the last decades of Elizabeth. D.G.C. Allan. London M.Sc. 1950.

Agrarian conditions in Norfolk and Suffolk during the first half of the 17th century. J. Spratt. London M.A. 1935.

The Wealden landscape in the early 17th century and its antecedents. J.L.M. Gulley. London Ph.D. 1960.

The Bridgewater estates in north Shropshire in the first half of the 17th century. E. Hopkins. London M.A. 1956.

The industrial history of London, 1630–40, with special reference to the suburbs and those areas claiming exemption from the authority of the lord mayor. J.L. Archer. London M.A. 1934.

Government and industry during the Protectorate. G.D. Ramsay. Oxford B.Litt. 1933.

The early history of the iron industry in the Dudley area, with special reference to the claims of Dud Dudley. W.J. Jenkins. Wales M.A. 1929.


The trading communities of Totnes and Dartmouth in the late 15th and early 16th centuries. Laura M. Nicholls. Exeter M.A. 1960.

The trade and market in fish in the London area during the early 16th century, 1485–1563. J.P. McManus. London M.A. 1952.

The Vintners' Company of London in the earlier 16th century. Mrs. Josephine P. Collins. Leeds M.Phil. 1968.

The Merchant Adventurers in the first half of the 16th century. P.H. Ramsey. Oxford D.Phil. 1958.

The relations of England and the Hanseatic League during the first half of the 16th century. W. Judson. Manchester M.A. 1924.

The correspondence of Thomas Sexton, merchant of London, and his factors in Danzig, 1550–60. W. Sharpe. London M.A. 1952.

Henry Tooley, merchant of early Tudor Ipswich. J.G. Webb. London M.A. 1953.

The maritime trade of the East Anglian ports, 1550–90. N.J. Williams. Oxford D.Phil. 1952.

The seaborne trade of Southampton in the second half of the 16th century. Joan L. Thomas. Southampton M.A. 1954.

The salt trade and monopolies in Great Britain, 1558–1603. E. Hughes. Manchester M.A. 1923.

The foreign trade of Chester in the reign of Elizabeth I. D.M. Woodward. Manchester M.A. 1965.

The import trade of early Elizabethan London as shown by port book E 190/3/2 of 1565. J.E.G. Bennell. Oxford B.Litt. 1970.

A calendar and analysis, with introduction, of two Elizabethan port books (E 190/5/1 and E 190/5/6). F.E. Leese. Oxford B.Litt. 1950.

Mr. Customer Smythe, Customer of the port of London, 1570–89. L.L.S. Lowe. Oxford B.Litt. 1950.

Merchant adventurer - the story of Sir Thomas Smith. S.G. Evans. Leeds M.A. 1949.

A comparative study of commercial fluctuations, 1600–40. B.E. Supple. Cambridge Ph.D. 1955.

The trade of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and the north-east coast, 1600–40. Bertha Hall. London Ph.D. 1933.

The import trade of London, 1600–40. Mrs. Annie M. Millard. London Ph.D. 1956.

The greater merchants of London in the early 17th century. R.G. Lang. Oxford D.Phil. 1963.

Shrewsbury, Oswestry and the Welsh wool trade in the 17th century (especially in connexion with the crisis and parliament of 1621). T.C. Mendenhall. Oxford B.Litt. 1936.

A history of the Shrewsbury Drapers' Company during the 17th century, with particular reference to the Welsh woollen trade. D.J. Evans. Wales M.A. 1950.

Social History

The Eyres of Hassop: a Derbyshire gentry family, their rise and recusancy, 1470–1640. Rosamond Meredith. Sheffield M.A. 1963.

The Mansells of Oxwich and Margam, 1487–1631. D.M. Cole. Birmingham M.A. 1966.

The behaviour of the population of Poulton-le-Fylde in the 16th and first half of the 17th century, with some reference to economic and social conditions. Muriel Humphries. Liverpool M.A. 1969/70.

Attitudes to usury in England in the 16th and 17th centuries. M.A.R. Lunn. Birmingham M.A. 1969.

The London apothecaries and medical practice in Tudor and Stuart England. R.S. Roberts. London Ph.D. 1964.

The courtier in early Tudor society, illustrated from select examples. R.E. Brock. London Ph.D. 1964.

Knights and knighthood in Tudor England. H.H. Leonard. London Ph.D. 1970.

People, land and literacy in 16th- and 17th-century Cambridgeshire. Mrs. H. Margaret Spufford. Leicester Ph.D. 1970.

The alien contribution to the social and economic development of England and Wales in the 16th century. L.H. Williams. Wales M.A. 1953.

The part played by aliens in the social and economic life of England during the reign of Henry VIII. T.G. Wyatt. London M.A. 1952.

The regional distribution of wealth in England as indicated in the 1524/5 lay subsidy returns. J.D.S. Sheail. London Ph.D. 1968.

Contemporary opinion upon the economic and social aspects of the Commonwealth, 1529–59. W.R.D. Jones. Wales M.A. 1963.

The treatment of vagrancy and the relief of the poor and destitute in the Tudor period, based upon the local records of London to 1552 and Hull to 1576. Kitty Anderson. London Ph.D. 1933.

Social conditions in Wales under the Tudors. J.C. Morrice. Oxford D.Phil. 1923.

Social problems and social theories during the 16th century (1520–70) with special reference to the writings of More, Starkey, Crowley, Ascham, Latimer and Elyott. R.T. Davies. Wales M.A. 1921.

A history of the Ralegh family of Fardel and Budleigh in the early Tudor period. M.J.G. Stanford. London M.A. 1955.

The Lancashire gentry, 1529 to 1558, with special reference to their public services. J.B. Watson. London M.A. 1959.

The Glamorgan gentry, 1536–1603. G.E. Jones. Wales M.A. 1963.

A study of landed income and social structure in the West Riding of Yorkshire in the period 1535–46. R.B. Smith. Leeds Ph.D. 1963.

The effects of the Reformation on the social conditions of England, 1535–70. Irene V. Harriss. Birmingham M.A. 1915.

The influence of reformed doctrine on English charity in the 16th century. F.H. Barber. Bristol M.A. 1964.

The gentry of south-west Wales, 1540–1640. H.A. Lloyd. Oxford D.Phil. 1964.

The wealth of some Northamptonshire families, 1540–1640. Mary E. Finch. Cambridge Ph.D. 1954.

The wealth of the magisterial class in Lancashire, c. 1590–1640. P.R. Long. Manchester M.A. 1968.

Life and conditions in London prisons, 1553–1643, with special reference to contemporary literature. C. Dobb. Oxford B.Litt. 1953.

The Johnson letters, 1542–52. Barbara Winchester. London Ph.D. 1953.

Household accounts of Henry, earl of Derby. Mary G. McLoughlin. Liverpool M.A. 1954.

Alien immigration into and alien communities in London, 1558–1640. Irene Scouloudi. London M.Sc. 1936.

The Caernarvonshire squires, 1558–1625. E.G. Jones. Wales M.A. 1936.

The Elizabethan gentry of Norfolk: office-holding and faction. A.H. Smith. London Ph.D. 1959.

A memory of honour: a study of the house of Cobham in Kent in the reign of Elizabeth I. D.B. McKeen. Birmingham Ph.D. 1964/5.

Witchcraft prosecutions in Essex, 1560–1680: a sociological analysis. A.D.J. Macfarlane. Oxford D.Phil. 1967.

The position of the recusant gentry in the social setting of Lancashire, 1570–1642. J. Cosgrove. Manchester M.A. 1964.

The Gages of Firle, 1580–1640: an economic history of a recusant family in Sussex. S.W. Pearson. Sussex M.A. 1967/8.

Sussex country gentry in the reign of Elizabeth. Joyce E. Mousley. London Ph.D. 1956.

The Cliffords, earls of Cumberland, 1579–1646: a study of their fortunes based on their household and estate accounts. R.T. Spence. London Ph.D. 1959.

The household accounts of Henry Percy, 9th earl of Northumberland (1564–1632). G.R. Batho. London M.A. 1953.

The Chatham Chest. E.G. Mawson. Liverpool M.A. 1931.

The Yorkshire gentry on the eve of the Civil War. J.T. Cliffe. London Ph.D. 1960.

Social and economic policy and projects during the Interregnum, 1640–60. Margaret James. London Ph.D. 1927.

The social and economic condition of the Holland Division of Lincolnshire from 1642 to 1660. Gladys M. Hipkin. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.


English representation at the court of Rome in the early Tudor period. D.S. Chambers. Oxford D.Phil. 1962.

The political and intellectual activities of Cardinal John Morton and his episcopal colleagues. R.J. Knecht. London M.A. 1953.

Canterbury jurisdiction and influence during the episcopate of William Warham, 1503–32. M.J. Kelly. Cambridge Ph.D. 1963.

The secular clergy in the diocese of Lincoln, 1514–21. Margaret Roper. Oxford B.Litt. 1962.

Church courts and people in the diocese of Norwich, 1519–70. R.A. Houlbrooke. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.

The diocese of Exeter under Bishop Veysey. D.H. Pill. Exeter M.A. 1963.

Heresy and Reformation in the south-east of England, 1520–59. J.F. Davis. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.

Heresies of William Tyndale. H.W. Callow. Liverpool M.A. 1911.

A study of the writings of the English protestant exiles, 1525–35, excluding their biblical translations. Anthea M.A. Hume. London Ph.D. 1961.

The life and career of Edmund Bonner, bishop of London, until his deprivation in 1549. Mrs. Gina M.V. Alexander. London Ph.D. 1960.

The conservative episcopate in England, 1529–35. J.J. Scarisbrick. Cambridge Ph.D. 1955.

A calendar of the register of Cuthbert Tunstall, bishop of Durham. Gladys Hinde. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1933.

The sede vacante administration of Archbishop Thomas Cranmer, 1533–53. A.J. Edwards. London M.Phil. 1968.

The extent and value of the property in London and Southwark occupied by the religious houses (including the prebends of St. Paul's and St. Martin's le Grand), the parish churches and churchyards, and the inns of the abbots and bishops, before the dissolution of the monasteries. Marjorie B. Honeybourne. London M.A. 1930.

Lollardy in London on the eve of the Reformation. Eliza J. Davis. London M.A. 1913.

Peter Martyr and the English Reformation. G. Huelin. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1955.

The bishops of Bath and Wells, 1535–1647: a social and economic study. Mrs. Phyllis M. Hembry. London Ph.D. 1956.

The condition of the English parish clergy from the Reformation to 1660, with special reference to the dioceses of Oxford, Gloucester and Worcester. Dorothy M. Barratt. Oxford D.Phil. 1949.

The condition of the clergy at the time of the Reformation in England. Myra K.R. Cotton. London M.A. 1916.

A comparison of the influence of Wycliffe and Luther upon the Reformation in England. W.H. Leighton. Birmingham M.A. 1927.

John a Lasco and the English Reformation. M.W. Slade. Bristol M.A. 1952.

Martin Bucer and the English Reformation. C.L.R.A. Hopf. Oxford D.Phil. 1943.

The contribution of Robert Barnes to the English Reformation. N.H. Fisher. Birmingham M.A. 1950.

The attitude of Wales towards the Reformation. A. Davies. Wales M.A. 1911.

The Reformation in the diocese of Llandaff. L. Thomas. Oxford B.Litt. 1926.

A history of the Reformation in the archdeaconries of Lincoln and Stow, 1534–94. R.B. Walker. Liverpool Ph.D. 1959.

The Reformation in Lancashire to 1558. C.A. Haigh. Manchester Ph.D. 1969.

John Frith and his relation to the origin of the Reformation in England. R.E. Fulop. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1956.

Changes of the Reformation period in Durham and Northumberland. Barbara N. Wilson. Durham Ph.D. 1939.

The diocese of Coventry and Lichfield during the Reformation, with special reference to parochial life. Dorothy E. Lindop. Oxford B.Litt. 1937.

The dissolution of the monasteries in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. J. Kennedy. London M.A. (Ext.) 1953.

The disposal of monastic property in land in the county of Devon following the Dissolution. Joyce A. Youings. London Ph.D. 1950.

The suppression of the religious foundations of Devon and Cornwall. L.S. Snell. Leicester M.A. 1964.

The disposal of the property of London monastic houses, with a special study of Holy Trinity, Aldgate. M.C. Rosenfield. London Ph.D. 1961.

The income, administration and disposal of the monastic lands in Lancashire from the Dissolution to c. 1558. R.J. Mason. London M.A. 1962.

The monastic lands in Leicestershire after the dissolution of the monasteries. Mrs. Sybil M. Jack. Oxford B.Litt. 1961.

The dissolution of the monasteries in Lincolnshire. G.A.J. Hodgett. London M.A. (Ext.) 1947.

The disposal of the monastic property in the diocese of Llandaff at the time of the Reformation. T.J. Edwards. Wales M.A. 1928.

The dissolution of the English nunneries. Hilda T. Jacka. London M.A. 1917.

The sequestration of religious property in Norfolk at the Reformation. T.H. Swales. Sheffield Ph.D. 1965.

The suppression of chantries in England. S.E. Hodgson. Leeds M.A. 1931.

Studies in the redistribution of collegiate and chantry property in the diocese and county of York at the Dissolution. C.J. Kitching. Durham Ph.D. 1970.

The Reformation in the diocese of Lincoln, as illustrated by the life and work of Bishop Longland (1521–47). Gwendolen E. Wharhirst. Oxford B.Litt. 1938.

The English Reformation as reflected in the life and work of Thomas Becon. D.S. Bailey. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1947.

Some aspects of the life and work of a Reformation bishop as revealed in the writings of Richard Sampson, bishop of Chichester. D.G. Lerpinière. London M.A. 1954.

Anglicanism: its progress until 1626. G.E. Hart. Bristol M.A. 1922.

Tithe disputes in the diocese of York, 1540–1639. D.M. Gransby. York M.Phil. 1968.

A first generation reformer: the career of Archbishop Robert Holgate. J.L. Secret. Hull M.A. 1969/70.

Thomas Cartwright and Cambridge, 1547–71. W.B. Whitaker. Bristol M.A. 1924.

The Reformation in the diocese of Salisbury (1547–62). I.T. Shield. Oxford B.Litt. 1960.

The career and influence of Bishop Richard Cox, 1547–81. G.L. Blackman. Cambridge Ph.D. 1953.

The administration of the diocese of Gloucester, 1547–79. F.D. Price. Oxford B.Litt. 1940.

Thomas Cranmer's doctrine of the sacraments. P.N. Brooks. Cambridge Ph.D. 1960.

John Bale, Protestant. E.E. Jones. Wales M.A. 1910.

The early life of Christopher Goodman. S.J. Knox. Manchester M.A. 1951.

The effect of the Marian and Elizabethan religious settlements upon the clergy of the City of London, 1553–64. E.L.C. Mullins. London M.A. 1948.

An account of the returned exiles of 1553–8 in England and Scotland. A.P. Kup. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1952.

The life of Thomas Stapleton, 1535–98. E.J. McDermott. London M.A. 1950.

The concept of the church in the writings of John Foxe. V.H. Olsen. London Ph.D. 1966.

The life of John Bradford, the Manchester martyr, c. 1510–1555. P.F. Johnston. Oxford B.Litt. 1964.

The lower clergy in Lancashire, 1558–1642. D. Lambert. Liverpool M.A. 1964.

The doctrine of the church in the Church of England, from the accession of Elizabeth I to the outbreak of the Civil War, 1558–1642. D.O. Platt. Cambridge Ph.D. 1955.

The introduction of the Elizabethan settlement into the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, with particular reference to the Roman Catholics, 1558–1603. C.M.J.F. Swan. Cambridge Ph.D. 1955.

Religious conflicts in Elizabethan Cambridge. H.C. Porter. Cambridge Ph.D. 1956.

Edwin Sandys and the settlement of religion in England, 1558–88. I.P. Ellis. Oxford B.Litt. 1962.

The Elizabethan religious settlement and Richard Hooker. J.C. Greider. Liverpool Ph.D. 1966/7.

Archbishop Parker and the Anglican settlement, 1558–63. Edith M. Herne. Birmingham M.A. 1928.

The early life of Archbishop Parker. A.E. Warren. Leeds M.A. 1912.

The episcopal administration of Matthew Parker, archbishop of Canterbury 1559–75. J.I. Daeley. London Ph.D. 1967.

Archbishop Parker. S.A. Eley. Leeds M.A. 1935.

Henry Bullinger of Zurich, his place in the Reformation, with special reference to England. T.S. Taylor. Oxford B.Litt. 1912.

The action of the privy council in ecclesiastical matters in the reign of Queen Elizabeth. P.P.W. Gendall. Leeds M.A. 1911.

The ecclesiastical and religious position in the diocese of Llandaff in the reign of Queen Elizabeth. Hilda M. Isaacs. Wales M.A. 1928.

Some Elizabethan controversies about the church and the ministry. J.M. Corley. Durham M.Litt. 1959.

The London parish clergy in the reign of Elizabeth I. H.G. Owen. London Ph.D. 1957.

Puritanism in the diocese of Chester to 1642. R.C. Richardson. Manchester Ph.D. 1969.

Puritanism in Leicestershire, 1558–1633. C.D. Chalmers. Leeds M.A. 1963.

The puritan classical movement in Elizabeth's reign. Edna Bibby. Manchester M.A. 1929.

The puritan classical movement in the reign of Elizabeth I. P. Collinson. London Ph.D. 1957.

The kingdom at the threshold - a study of the apocalyptic element in English puritanism in the 16th and 17th centuries. P.B. Hawkridge. London Ph.D. 1943.

Ecclesiastical discipline in the county of York, 1559–1714, with special reference to the archdeacon's court. J. Addy. Leeds M.A. 1961.

Puritanism and the church courts in the diocese of York, 1560–1642. R.A. Marchant. Cambridge Ph.D. 1956.

The court of High Commission in the province of York, 1561–1603. P. Tyler. Oxford B.Litt. 1961.

The Ecclesiastical Commission within the province of York, 1562–1640. P. Tyler. Oxford D.Phil. 1965.

Puritanism in its Presbyterian development in the time of Elizabeth. A. Peel. Oxford B.Litt. 1911.

The relations between the English and Scottish Presbyterian movements to 1604. G. Donaldson. London Ph.D. 1938.

The place of Edmund Grindal in the Elizabethan Church. Y.C. Greer. Cambridge M.Litt. 1963.

The origin of the Independents in the reign of Elizabeth. Annie M.M. Wallbank. Birmingham M.A. 1927.

The political thought of the Elizabethan Separatists. S.H. Mayor. Manchester M.A. 1951.

The development of the doctrine of the church among the English Separatists, with especial reference to Robert Browne and John Smyth. B.R. White. Oxford D.Phil. 1961.

Robert Browne (1550–1633) as churchman and theologian. D.C. Smith. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1936.

The prose writings of some English recusants of the reigns of Elizabeth and James I. G.H. Russell. Cambridge Ph.D. 1950/1.

English Catholicism and the printing-press, at home and abroad, 1558–1640. D.M. Rogers. Oxford D.Phil. 1952.

Elizabethan recusant literature, 1559–82. A.C. Southern London Ph.D. 1946.

John Jewel, bishop and theologian, 1522–71. P.W. Read. Durham M.A. 1950.

An examination of the Anglican definition of the church as expounded by Bishop John Jewel. E.B. Jones. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1964.

The life and work of Bishop Richard Davies. G. Williams Wales M.A. 1947.

The life and times of Thomas Cooper, bishop of Lincoln and Winchester, 1517–94. A.J.E. Lello. Sheffield M.A. 1959.

Puritanism in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight from the reign of Elizabeth to the Restoration. W.H. Mildon. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1934.

Puritanism in the county of Devon between 1570 and 1641. I.W. Gowers. Exeter M.A. 1970.

Catholic doctrine and practice in the English Church during the period 1570–1625. R.C. Wylie. Oxford B.Litt. 1929.

Elizabethan Catholicism: the link with France. J.A. Bossy. Cambridge Ph.D. 1961.

Political thought of the Counter-Reformation in England, 1572–1615: a study of the Allen-Parsons party. T.H. Clancy. London Ph.D. 1960.

'The political theories of Robert Persons'. A study of an English Jesuit's contribution to the political thought of the Counter-Reformation. P.L. Wright. Oxford B.Litt. 1951.

A study of the Jesuit mission of 1580, with particular reference to its effects on Catholicism in England. Margaret E. Whelan. Liverpool M.A. 1927.

The laws against Roman Catholic recusants, illustrated from the history of the North Riding of Yorkshire. Jennie M. Price. Wales M.A. 1922.

Roman Catholicism in Oxfordshire from the late Elizabethan period to the Civil War (1580–1640). A. Davidson. Bristol Ph.D. 1970.

Catholic recusants in Essex, c. 1580 to c. 1600. M.O'Dwyer. London M.A. 1960.

The implementation of the Elizabethan statutes against recusants, 1581–1603. F.X. Walker. London Ph.D. 1961.

Lancashire Elizabethan recusants. J.S. Leatherbarrow. Manchester M.A. 1940.

The Hampshire recusants in the reign of Elizabeth I, with some reference to the problem of the Church-Papists. J.E. Paul. Southampton Ph.D. 1958.

Elizabethan recusancy in Cheshire. K.R. Wark. Manchester M.A. 1966.

The history of the Counter-Reformation in Wales. T.C. Jones. Oxford B.Litt. 1923.

Welsh recusant clergy: a documentary study of the work of Welshmen connected with the seminaries of Douay and Rome in the reign of Elizabeth I. J.M. Cleary. Liverpool M.A. 1965/6.

Recusancy in the diocese of Llandaff during the late 16th and early 17th centuries. F.H. Pugh. Wales M.A. 1953.

The Welsh Elizabethan martyrs: the trial documents of Blessed Richard Gwyn, and Venerable William Davies. D.A. Thomas. Liverpool M.A. 1965/6.

The theology and policy of John Whitgift, archbishop of Canterbury, 1583–1604. E.C. Brooks. Leeds M.A. 1957.

The life and work of John Whitgift, 1532–1604. P.M. Dawley. Cambridge Ph.D. 1937/8.

Whitgift. W.C. Thomas. Leeds M.A. 1915.

The rise and decline of Calvinism in England during the archiepiscopate of Whitgift. Beatrice M.H. Thompson. Oxford B.Litt. 1933.

John Whitgift: his character and work. E.J. Bailey. Belfast M.A. 1927.

The ecclesiastical control of parochial life in the Nottingham archdeaconry, 1590–1610 as illustrated by the Causes of Office. R.G. Riley. Nottingham M.A. 1954.

The life and theology of William Perkins. I. Breward. Manchester Ph.D. 1963.

John Penry and the Marprelate controversy in the light of recent research. D.D. Phillips. Wales M.A. 1914.

The Wisbech Stirs, 1595–8: a critical edition of documents illustrating the conflicts among English Catholics in the years preceding the appointment of George Blackwell, first archpriest. Penelope Renold. London M.A. 1959.

Benedict Canfield (William Fitch), Capuchin: the man and his writings. C.J. Reel. Oxford B.Litt. 1948.

The origins and early development of the revived English Benedictine congregation, 1588–1647. D.C.J. Lunn. Cambridge Ph.D. 1970.

Methods of propaganda and transmission among the Baptists, Congregationalists and Presbyterians in England in the years 1600–60. A.C. Piggott. Bristol M.A. 1954.

A study of the accommodation movements between presbytery and episcopacy in the 17th century in Scotland, England and Ireland. D.S. Hopkirk. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1947.

Religion and society in east Yorkshire, 1600–60. H.I.B. Dunton. Hull M.A. 1957.

The history of religion in Wales from 1600 to 1640. Mary D.A. Hughes. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.

Pregethau Cymraeg William Griffith (? 1566–1612) ac Evan Morgan (c. 1574–1643). (The Welsh sermons of William Griffith and of Evan Morgan.) G. Morgan. Wales M.A. 1969.

The episcopate of William Cotton, bishop of Exeter (1589–1621), with special reference to the state of the clergy and the administration of the ecclesiastical courts. Irene Cassidy. Oxford B.Litt. 1963.

Studies in the finances of Durham priory in the early 17th century. R.A. Lomas. Durham M.A. 1964.

Puritanism in the diocese of York, excluding Nottinghamshire, 1603–40. J.A. Newton. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1956.

Religious separatism and moral authority: some aspects of religious intolerance in England, 1603–60. Irene C. Coltman. London M.A. 1949.

The Lancashire recusants in the reigns of James I and Charles I, with special reference to the part they played in the Civil War. G.R. Allen. Durham M.A. 1958.

The relation of church and state, with special reference to the growth of the idea of religious toleration in England under James I, 1603–16. Phyllis Doyle. London M.A. 1928.

The ecclesiastical policy of James I: two aspects: the Puritans (1603–5) - the Arminians (1611–25). F.H. Shriver. Cambridge Ph.D. 1967.

Arminianism in England, in religion and politics, from 1604 to 1640. N.R.N. Tyacke. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.

Some aspects of the sufferings of Catholics under the penal laws in the reign of James I. T.W. Lennon. Liverpool M.A. 1939.

The Hampton Court Conference. H.F. Humbert. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1940.

The Church of England and puritanism during the primacy of Bancroft, 1604–10. S.B. Babbage. London Ph.D. 1942.

Archbishop Richard Bancroft, 1544–1610. S.R. Day. Oxford D.Phil. 1956.

The life and work of Bishop Lancelot Andrewes (1555–1626). P.A. Welsby. Sheffield Ph.D. 1957.

Lancelot Andrewes, churchman and theologian. A.W. Craig. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1938/9.

The political and ecclesiastical activities of Bishop Williams in relation to the history of his times. Mildred E. Hudson. London M.A. 1926.

The doctrine of the church in the Caroline divines. A.McK. Watts. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1960.

The Anglican doctrine of the church in the 17th century. M.C. Brown. Durham M.A. 1957.

Richard Sibbes: a study in early 17th-century English puritanism. F.E. Farrell. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1954/5.

The practice of the cure of souls in 17th-century English puritanism. L.T. Grant. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1960/1.

Puritan ideas on colonisation, 1620–60. Joan E.M. Bellord. London M.A. 1950.

John Cotton (1584–1652): churchman and theologian. Judith B. Welles. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1947.

Alexander Ross (1590–1654): a biographical and critical study. C.P. Corney. Oxford B.Litt. 1954.

A survey of the diocese of York during the archbishoprics of Samuel Harsnett and Richard Neile, 1628–40. I.W. Hogg. Nottingham M.A. 1961.

The rise to power of William Laud, 1624–9. P.L. Thirlby. Cambridge M.Litt. 1960.

Life and work of William Laud 1628–39, with special reference to his social and political activities. Katharine L. McElroy. Oxford D.Phil. 1943.

The university of Oxford and the Church of England in the time of William Laud. A.D. Hewlett. Oxford B.Litt. 1934.

The life, times and writings of Jeremy Taylor. C.J. Stranks. Durham M.Litt. 1938.

A biographical study of Sir John Lambe (c. 1566–1646). Mary D. Slatter. Oxford B.Litt. 1952.

The life and work of William Erbery (1604–54). J.I. Morgans. Oxford B.Litt. 1968.

The life of Archbishop Juxon. J.R.M. Etherington. Oxford B.Litt. 1940.

A study of the visitation books of the archdeaconry of Buckingham, 1633–6. E.R.C. Brinkworth. Oxford B.Litt. 1948.

Richard Montague: Caroline bishop, 1575–1641. J.S. Macauley. Cambridge Ph.D. 1964.

The Great Tew circle. J.I. Tanner. Nottingham Ph.D. 1964/5.

William Chillingworth. J. Waller. Cambridge Ph.D. 1953.

Truth and authority: the development of William Chillingworth's ideas of religious toleration. R.R. Orr. London Ph.D. 1958.

Study of life and works of Henry King, bishop of Chichester, 1592–1667. J.V.C. Carey. London M.A. 1951.

Caroline puritanism as exemplified in the life and work of William Prynne. T. Fitch. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1949.

William Prynne's ideal state church and his views on the sectaries. E. Stephenson. Manchester M.A. 1929.

An examination of the fear of Catholics and of Catholic plots in England, 1637–45, with principal reference to central sources. R. Clifton. Oxford D.Phil. 1967.

The part played by Catholics in the English Civil War. K.J. Lindley. Manchester Ph.D. 1968.

The Presbyterian-Independent controversy, with special reference to Dr. Thomas Goodwin and the years 1640–60. R.B. Carter. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1960/1.

Antinomianism in the period of English history 1640–60. Gertrude Huehns. London Ph.D. 1947.

The administrative and disciplinary problems of the church on the eve of the Civil War in the light of the extant records of the dioceses of Norwich and Ely under Bishop Wren. D.W. Boorman. Oxford B.Litt. 1959.

Matthew Wren, bishop of Hereford, Norwich and Ely. P. King. Bristol M.Litt. 1969.

Puritanism and moral legislation before the Civil War. J.B.H. Jones. Wales M.A. 1954.

Anglicanism during the Civil War and the Commonwealth. R. Daunton-Fear. Bristol M.A. 1943.

The Baptist Confessions of Faith of the Civil War-Commonwealth period: a study of their origins, contents and significance. W.T. Lumpkin. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1948.

Thomas Edwards (1599–1647) and theories against religious toleration. W.H. Pritchard. Oxford B.Litt. 1964.

The Westminster Directory: its origin and significance. F.W. McNally. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1958.

How far is the Westminster Assembly an expression of 17th-century Anglican theology? M.W. Dewar. Belfast Ph.D. 1960.

Early editions of the Westminster Confession. S.W. Carruthers. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1929.

The English Catholics, 1649–60. Ellen M.M. Hurst. Liverpool M.A. 1929.

The Catholics in England, 1649–60, with special reference to their political significance. Ena M.B. Cottrell. Oxford B.Litt. 1932.

The condition and role of the Catholic minority during the puritan revolution. W.W. Piepenburg. Cambridge Ph.D. 1951.

The life and work of the Rev. John Owen, D.D., the puritan divine, with special reference to the Socinian controversies of the 17th century. R.G. Lloyd. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1941/2.

Dr. John Owen and the religious settlement of the Commonwealth and Protectorate. J.C.W. Davis. Liverpool M.A. 1949.

Wales under the Propagation Act, 1650–3. T. Richards. Wales M.A. 1914.

Vavasor Powell (1617–70): an account of his life, with special reference to religious movements in Wales in his time. D.E. Walters. Liverpool M.A. 1933.

The life, work and thought of Vavasor Powell (1617–70). R.T. Jones. Oxford D.Phil. 1947.

The controversy between Puritans and Quakers, to 1660. R.P. Bohn. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1955.

The Quakers and politics, 1652–60. W.A. Cole. Cambridge Ph.D. 1955.

A study in the interaction of political and religious forces in the period between the fall of Richard Cromwell and the Restoration of Charles II. J.L. Nightingale. Durham M.Litt. 1936.



The administration and finances of the King's Works, 1485–1558. D.R. Ransome. Oxford D.Phil. 1960.

The struggle for the freedom of the press from Caxton to Cromwell. W.M. Clyde. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1929.

The control of the press in England before the granting of the charter to the Stationers' Company. W.N. Chaplin. London M.A. 1925.

Essex schools before 1600. H.G. Williams. London M.A. 1924.

Welsh schools of the 15th and 16th centuries. L.S. Knight. Wales M.A. 1914.

A history of King Edward VI Grammar School, East Retford. A.D. Grounds. Sheffield M.A. 1968.

The study and teaching of history in Tudor and Stuart England. Mrs. Joan Lewin. London M.A. 1955.

An account of the education of women and girls in England in the time of the Tudors. Dorothy M. Meads. London Ph.D. 1929.

Religious uniformity and English education in the 16th century. N. Wood. London Ph.D. 1928.

The aims and methods of the English humanist educators of the 16th century. J.S. Williams. Liverpool M.A. 1914.

The continuity of humanist ideas during the English Reformation to 1553. J.K. McConica. Oxford D.Phil. 1962.

Early printed books of machines, 1569–1629. A.G. Keller. Cambridge Ph.D. 1967.

Practical mathematics in Elizabethan England: a survey of the literature of science. D.P.J. Wood. Cambridge Ph.D. 1953.

The humanism of John Skelton, with special reference to his translation of Diodorus Siculus. H.L.R. Edwards. Cambridge Ph.D. 1937/8.

John Skelton and the early Renaissance. I.A. Gordon. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1936.

Linguistic activity at the court of Henry VIII. Audrey Le Lièvre. Cambridge Ph.D. 1949/50.

A study of the university Letter Book (FF) 1509–35. Katherine F. Lindsay-MacDougall. Oxford B.Litt. 1950.

Wolsey's colleges at Oxford and Ipswich. F. Bate. Liverpool M.A. 1905.

The first century of the library of Corpus Christi College, Oxford (1517–1617). J.R. Liddell. Oxford B.Litt. 1933.

Sir Thomas More and education. E. Marion Chesters. Liverpool M.A. 1923.

Sir Thomas More as a satirist in his epigrams and Utopia. C.A. Thompson. Oxford B.Litt. 1947.

Henry Howard, earl of Surrey. E.R. Casady. Oxford B.Litt. 1931.

John Day, the Elizabethan printer. C.L. Oastler. Oxford B.Litt. 1965.

The life and work of John Day. S.R. Golding. London Ph.D. 1930.

Llyfr Edward ap Roger. (The book of Edward ap Roger.) J.F. Griffith. Wales M.A. 1969.

Literary societies in England from Parker to Falkland, c. 1572–1640. W.R. Gair. Cambridge Ph.D. 1969.

The life of Sir Edward Dyer, 1543–1607. C.J. Reynolds. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.

The effect of government censorship on Elizabethan and Jacobean non-dramatic satire. Betty F. Shapin. London M.A. 1940.

A biography of Barnabe Riche. E.M. Hinton. Oxford B.Litt. 1928.

University and collegiate planning in the later 16th and 17th centuries. Mrs. Marion A.V. Ball. London M.A. 1961.

The collection and dissemination of news during the time of Shakespeare, with particular reference to the news pamphlets, 1590–1610. D.C. Collins. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1938.

A study of the Stationers' Register for the years 1591–4 in relation to the social life and literature of the period. G.B. Harrison. London Ph.D. 1928.

An elucidation of the death of Christopher Marlowe, through an examination of the lives and interests of certain of his associates. Eugenie W. de Kalb. Cambridge Ph.D. 1928/9.

Wales in the 17th century; its literature and men of letters and action. J.C. Morrice. Oxford B.Litt. 1920.

The lives and labours of John Jones and Robert Vaughan, scribes of the 16th and 17th centuries. S. Jones. Wales M.A. 1926.

Welsh scholarship in the 17th century, with special reference to the writings of John Jones, Gellilyfdy. Mrs. Nesta Lloyd, née Jones. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.

The vernacular writings of King James VI and I. S.R. Dunlap. Oxford B.Litt. 1937.

Science and supernaturalism in the Jacobean age. Frances S. Bullough. Aberdeen Ph.D. 1967.

An analysis of the cartographical material in John Speed's 'Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain'. Margaret B. John. Wales M.Sc. 1945.

A biography of William Herbert, 3rd earl of Pembroke. J.R. Briley. Birmingham Ph.D. 1961.

Bywyd a gwaith Dr. John Davies, Mallwyd. (Life and work of Dr. John Davies.) R.F. Roberts. Wales M.A. 1950.

State intervention in education in England under the early Stuarts. L.G. Young. London M.A. 1938.

State intervention and school education in the West Riding during the Interregnum, 1649–60. J.E. Stephens. Leeds M.A. 1963.

The state and school education 1640–60, in England and Wales: a survey based on printed sources. W.A.L. Vincent. Oxford B.Litt. 1944.

Education in the Commonwealth, 1642–60. E.W. Bishop. London Ph.D. 1942.

The scientific attitude of Francis Bacon. Elizabeth R. Ryman. Cambridge Ph.D. 1953.

The library of Sir Simonds D'Ewes. A.G. Watson. Oxford B.Litt. 1961.

Civil philosophy: science and politics in the thought of Thomas Hobbes. Mrs. Brenda M. Pegrum, née Davies. London Ph.D. 1966.

Humphrey Moseley, bookseller. J.C. Reed. Oxford B.Litt. 1928.

The Arts and Music

English monumental brasses of the 15th and early 16th centuries, with special reference (a) to the conditions of their manufacture, (b) to their characteristic forms and distribution. Margaret L. Gadd. Manchester M.A. 1936.

London churches, their music and musicians, 1485–1560. H.C. Baillie. Cambridge Ph.D. 1957/8.

Public spectacle in early Tudor policy, 1485–1547. S. Anglo. London Ph.D. 1959.

The English portrait and patronage of art from c. 1520 to 1590. Erna Auerbach. London Ph.D. 1950.

The Emperor Maximilian's gift of armour to King Henry VIII and the silvered and engraved armour at the Tower of London. C. Blair. Manchester M.A. 1963.

Elizabethan pageantry as progaganda. R.C. Strong. London Ph.D. 1962.

Attitudes official and private towards the theatre in England (1558–1603). M.A. Ross. Bristol M.A. 1965.

Documents relating to the history of the theatre in the declared accounts of the treasurer of the Chamber, 1585–1642, with an introduction and commentary. D.J. Cook. London M.A. 1958.

Studies in the theatrical companies and actors of Elizabethan [sic] times, with special reference to the period 1616–42. G.E. Bentley. London Ph.D. 1929.

The building of Wollaton Hall (1580–8). P.E. Rossell. Sheffield M.A. 1957.

The Puritans and music, with special reference to the Commonwealth period. W.M. Lewis. Wales M.A. 1917.


The history of Swansea from the accession of the Tudors to the Restoration settlement. W.S.K. Thomas. Wales Ph.D. 1958.

The history of Taunton under the Tudors and Stuarts. R.G.H. Whitty. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1938.

Local government under the Tudors. Nina M. Brameld. London M.A. 1916.

Carmarthenshire under the Tudors. T.H. Lewis. Wales M.A. 1919.

Arwystli and Cyfeiliog in the 16th and 17th centuries: an agrarian and social study. E. Evans. Wales M.A. 1939.

The Flemish and Dutch community in Colchester in the 16th and 17th centuries. L.F. Roker. London M.A. (Ext.) 1963.

The borough organisation of Southampton in the 16th century. Caroline E. Boden. London M.A. 1920.

Sixteenth-century Courts of Sewers in south Lincolnshire. Agnes M. Kirkus. Reading Ph.D. 1957/8.

Town sanitation in the 16th century based on the records of a group of provincial towns. J.H. Thomas. Oxford B.Litt. 1929.

The city of Worcester in the 16th century. A.D. Dyer. Birmingham Ph.D. 1966.

Some aspects of the social and economic history of York in the 16th century. D.M. Palliser. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.

A calendar of the Caernarvonshire quarter sessions records, 1541–58, with a critical and historical introduction. W.O. Williams. Wales M.A. 1956.

City of Winchester: the first book of ordinances, 1552–1609, transcribed and annotated. T. Atkinson. Bristol M.A. 1940.

The history of Eye, 1066–1602, with special reference to the growth of the borough in the reign of Elizabeth. Elfrida Leaf. Leeds M.A. 1935.

The Elizabethan corporation of Norwich, 1558–1603. J.F. Pound. Birmingham M.A. 1962.

The corporation of York, 1580–1660. Barbara M. Wilson. York M.Phil. 1967.

Wakefield in the 17th century. S.H. Waters. Leeds M.A. 1932.

The sheriffs of the county of Kent, c. 1580-c. 1625. T.E. Hartley. London Ph.D. 1970.

The earl of Hertford's lieutenancy of Wiltshire and Somerset, 1601–21. W.P.D. Murphy. London M.A. 1963.

Local government in England, 1603–49, with special reference to the parish. Katharine L. McElroy. Oxford B.Litt. 1924.

Calendar of the council minutes of the city of Chester from 1603 to 1642, with introduction and notes. Margaret J. Groombridge. Manchester M.A. 1952.

The government of the county of Essex, 1603–42. B.W. Quintrell. London Ph.D. 1965.

The Caernarvonshire justices of the peace and their duties during the 17th century. J.G. Jones. Wales M.A. 1967.

The work of the justices of the peace in Hampshire, 1603–40. B.J. Richmond. Southampton M.Phil. 1969.

County government in Somerset, 1625–40. T.G. Barnes. Oxford B.Litt. 1955.

The Ditchfield grant of 25th September, 1628. Estella M. Lewis. Leeds M.A. 1930.

Critical edition of the Norwich mayor's court minute books (1630–3), with introduction describing functions of the court at that time. W.L. Sachse. Oxford B.Litt. 1937.

Social and religious aspects of the history of Lancashire, 1635–55. B.G. Blackwood. Oxford B.Litt. 1956.

The history of the municipality of the city of York 1638 to 1663 as illustrated mainly from House Books (vols. 36 & 37) containing the minutes of the proceedings of the corporation. J.L. Brockbank. London M.A. 1910.

Buckinghamshire, 1640–60: a study in county politics. A.M. Johnson. Wales M.A. 1963.

Kent and its gentry, 1640–60: a political study. A.M. Everitt. London Ph.D. 1957.

The government and constitution of the City of London in relation to the national crisis of 1640 to 1642. Mrs. Valerie L. Pearl. Oxford D.Phil. 1954.

Newcastle upon Tyne from the Civil War to the Restoration. R. Howell. Oxford D.Phil. 1964.

The minute book of the Bedford Corporation, 1647–64. C.G. Parsloe. London M.A. 1949.

The town charters granted under the Protectorate. B.L.K. Henderson. London M.A. 1909.

Rural Middlesex under the Commonwealth: a study based principally upon the parliamentary surveys of the royal estates. S.J. Madge. London M.Sc. 1922.

The Commonwealth surveys for the North Riding of Yorkshire. T.S. Willan. Oxford B.Litt. 1932.

A study of local government in Wales under the Commonwealth, with special reference to its relations with the central authority. T.M. Bassett. Wales M.A. 1941.

The City of London and the state, 1658 to 1664: a study in political and financial relations. G.V. Chivers. Manchester Ph.D. 1962.

The position of London in national affairs, 1658–61, having special regard to political and economic aspects. Maureen Weinstock. London M.A. 1934.


Sheriff and sheriff-court in Scotland prior to the union of the crowns in 1603, with special reference to the Fife records of the 16th century. W.C. Dickinson. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1924.

John, duke of Albany, 1481 to 1536, servant of Scotland and France. R.F. Whisker. Liverpool M.A. 1939.

Foreign correspondence with Marie de Lorraine, queen of Scotland, from the originals in the Balcarres papers, 1537–48 and 1548–57. Marguerite Wood. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1925.

William Dunbar: a biographical study. J.W. Baxter. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1951/2.

The church in Shetland during the 16th and 17th centuries. E.W. Wallis. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1940.

Scottish demonology in the 16th and 17th centuries and its theological background. Mrs. Christina J. Larner. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1962.

Scottish Lollardy and its contribution to the Reformation in Scotland, with special reference to the Lollards of the west. T.M.A. Macnab. Glasgow Ph.D. 1933.

The religious relations of England and Scotland in the early Reformation period. D. Davidson. Oxford B.Litt. 1923.

The influence of England on the Scottish Reformation. D. Davidson. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1926.

The Anglican tendencies in the Scottish Reformation and their bearing on the significance of the Concordat of Leith. Louise B. Taylor. Oxford B.Litt. 1932.

George Wishart. O.H. Walker. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1924.

John Craig (1512–1600), with special reference to his contribution to the up-building of the Reformed Church in Scotland. T.A. Kerr. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1954.

The origins of John Knox's doctrine of just rebellion. A. Main. Aberdeen Ph.D. 1963.

John Knox's superintendents. J. Bodonhelyi. Aberdeen Ph.D. 1936.

The theory and practice of discipline in the Scottish Reformation. J.W. Prugh. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1959.

The Scottish clergy at the Reformation. C.H. Haws. Glasgow Ph.D. 1968.

The trial of George Buchanan before the Lisbon Inquisition. J.M. Aitken. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1939.

Worship in the Scottish Reformed Church, 1550–1638. W. McMillan. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1925.

Painting in Scotland from the 14th to the 17th centuries, with particular reference to painted domestic decoration, 1550–1650. M.R. Apted. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1964.

The French ascendancy in Scotland, 1554–60. G.H.C. Burley. Birmingham M.A. 1929.

The last years of a frontier: a history of the Borders during the reign of Elizabeth. D.L.W. Tough. Oxford B.Litt. 1921.

The administration of the Scottish Borders in the 16th century. T.I. Rae. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1961.

An inquiry into the origins of the Presbyterian church polity in Scotland as devised by the Reformers of the 16th century. Janet G. MacGregor. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1923.

Ministerial stipends in the Church of Scotland from 1560 to 1633. N.V. Hope. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1944.

The General Assembly of the Kirk as the rival of the Scottish parliament, 1560–1618. Edith E. Macqueen. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1927.

The origin and development of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, 1560–1600. D. Shaw. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1962.

Sunday observance in Scotland, 1560–1606. J.K. Carter. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1957.

The Scots Confession of 1560, its sources and distinctive characteristics. T. Muir. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1926.

The service of the Scottish mercenary forces in Ireland from 1565 to 1603, with an account of the mercenary system in Ireland and of its effect on Scottish history. G.A. Hayes-M'Coy. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1933/4.

The finances of James VI, 1567–1603. R.S. Brydon. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1925.

Foreign influences on Scottish politics, 1578–82. Mrs. Helen M. Ross. London M.A. 1932.

An annotated edition of George Buchanan's account of the personal reign of Mary Stuart, with a critical introduction. W.A. Gatherer. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1955.

The political career of Francis Stewart, earl of Bothwell, 1588–94. H.G.M. Gordon. Aberdeen Ph.D. 1952.

The theory of limited monarchy in 16th-century Scotland. J.H. Burns. Aberdeen Ph.D. 1952.

John Davidson of Prestonpans (1549–1604). R.M. Gillon. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1935/6.

Ecclesiastical administration in Scotland, 1600–38. W.R. Foster. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1963.

The Scottish privy council, 1603–25. W. Taylor. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1950.

The General Assembly of 1610. G.C. Wadsworth. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1930/1.

John Spottiswoode, archbishop and chancellor, as churchman, historian and theologian. J. Perry. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1950.

The times, life and thought of Patrick Forbes, bishop of Aberdeen, 1618–35. W.G.G. Snow. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1940.

Donald Cargill, Covenanter (1627?–1681): a background study, with special reference to his family and other formative influences. R.B. Tweed. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1963/4.

The early Covenanting movement as reflected in the life, work and thought of James Guthrie of Stirling (1612–61). W.I. Hoy. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1952.

The historical setting of the Scottish Covenants of the reign of Charles I. J.W. McEwan. Glasgow Ph.D. 1930.

The later Covenanting movement, with special reference to religion and ethics. H.C. Macpherson. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1923.

The life of James Sharp, archbishop of St. Andrews. A.T. Miller. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1945/6.

Samuel Rutherfurd, propagandist and exponent of Scottish Presbyterianism: an exposition of his position and influence in the doctrine and politics of the Scottish Church. W.McM. Campbell. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1938.

A history of Scottish bookbinding to 1650. W.S. Mitchell. Aberdeen Ph.D. 1951.

A study of Anglo-Scottish relations, 1637–43. Elizabeth A. Menzies. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1954.

The proceedings of the General Assembly held in Glasgow, 1638. N. Meldrum. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1924.

The ecclesiastical politics of Archibald Johnston, Lord Wariston, 1611–63. D. Cameron. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1930/1.

The biography of Sir Robert Moray, 1608–73. A. Robertson. Oxford B.Litt. 1912.

Ecclesiastical polity and religious life in Scotland during the Commonwealth and Protectorate. M.B. MacGregor. Glasgow Ph.D. 1929.

William Guthrie, 1620–65. H.O. Bowman. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1953/4.


Tudor rule in Ireland in the reigns of Henry VII and Henry VIII, with special reference to the Anglo-Irish financial administration. D.B. Quinn. London Ph.D. 1934.

Anglo-Irish trade in the 16th century. Ada K. Longfield. London M.A. 1926.

The Reformation in Ireland in the reign of Henry VIII. J.C.P. Proby. Oxford B.Litt. 1924.

The policy of Henry VIII regarding the religious houses in Ireland. P. Rogers. Belfast M.A. 1928.

An historical study of the career of Hugh O'Neill, 2nd earl of Tyrone, c. 1550–1616. J.K. Graham. Belfast M.A. 1938.

Earl of Tyrone's rebellion. Betta Singleton. Liverpool M.A. 1915.

Sir John Perrot. P.C.C. Evans. Wales M.A. 1940.

The career of Richard Boyle, 1st earl of Cork, in Ireland, 1588–1643. T.O. Ranger. Oxford D.Phil. 1959.

Irish financial administrative reform under James I: the customs and state regulation of Irish trade. V.W. Treadwell. Belfast Ph.D. 1961.

The history of Coleraine from the Londoners' plantation to the Restoration. H. Boyd. Belfast M.A. 1933.

The Londonderry plantation, with special reference to the resulting relations between the Crown and the City, 1609–41. T.W. Moody. London Ph.D. 1934.

The foundation and early history of the Irish Society, 1609–25. Marjorie E. Perrott. London M.A. 1920.

The doctrine of the church as exemplified in the life and works of James Ussher, archbishop of Armagh. R.B. Knox. Belfast Ph.D. 1948.

The ecclesiastical policy of James Ussher, archbishop of Armagh. R.B. Knox. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1956.

Wentworth in Ireland. Marguerite Gillman. Leeds M.A. 1919.

Irish trade in the time of Strafford. Hilda M. Davis. London M.A. 1911.

Strafford's ecclesiastical policy in Ireland. F.J.G. Angus. Belfast Ph.D. 1959.

A history of the English forces employed in Ireland, 1641–9. H. Hazlett. Belfast M.A. 1935.

A history of the military forces operating in Ireland, 1641–9. H. Hazlett. Belfast Ph.D. 1938.

The negotiations between Charles I and the Confederation of Kilkenny, 1642–9. J. Lowe. London Ph.D. 1960.