Britain: 1660-1832

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BRITAIN: 1600–1832

For items covering the period 1600–60 see above under 1485–1660

POLITICAL HISTORY

General

The parliamentary representation of Yorkshire boroughs, 1640–85. P.A. Bolton. Leeds M.A. 1966.

The political career of Philip, 4th Lord Wharton, 1613–96. G.F.T. Jones. Oxford D.Phil. 1957.

Richard Vaughan, 2nd earl of Carbery, 1606–86. T.S. Williams. Wales M.A. 1936.

Colonel Philip Jones, 1618–74. A.G. Veysey. Wales M.A. 1958.

The evolution of the administration of the treasury in England during the years 1660–1714. Doris M. Gill. London M.A. 1919.

Members of parliament and elections in Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Staffordshire between 1660 and 1714. Pamela W.U. Ward. Manchester M.A. 1959.

Surrey politics in later Stuart England, 1660–1714. J.S.T. Turner. Newcastle M.Litt. 1969.

The parliamentary history of the borough of Tamworth, Staffordshire, 1661–1837. D.G. Stuart. London M.A. (Ext.) 1958.

The relations between Lords and Commons in the reign of Charles II. A.R. Leamy. Leeds M.A. 1966.

The activities of Welsh members of parliament, 1660 to 1688. D.M.E. Williams. Wales M.A. 1952.

The republican party in England from the Restoration to the Revolution. J. Walker. Manchester Ph.D. 1931.

Post-Restoration Nonconformity and plotting, 1660–75. W.G. Johnson. Manchester M.A. 1967.

A critical study of the political activities of Andrew Marvell. Ivy C. Robbins. London Ph.D. 1926.

The ministerial career of the 1st earl of Shaftesbury, 1660–73. K.H.D. Haley. Oxford B.Litt. 1949.

A biography of Thomas Clifford, 1st Lord Clifford of Chudleigh. J.J.S. Shaw. Glasgow Ph.D. 1935.

Hyde and the Convention parliament of 1660. T.W. Evans. London M.A. 1964.

Robert Harley: his early life and political connexions, 1661–1702. R.B. Ballinger. Cambridge M.Litt. 1955.

The Cavalier house of commons: court and country manoeuvres, 1663–74. D.T. Witcombe. Manchester Ph.D. 1963.

England and the Orangist party from 1665 to 1672. R.R. Goodison. London M.A. 1934.

The fall of Clarendon. A. Dobson. Leeds M.A. 1919.

The political.career of Laurence Hyde, earl of Rochester, as it illustrates government policy and party grouping under Charles II and James II. Margaret F. Yates. London Ph.D. 1935.

The political career of William, 3rd Lord Howard of Escrick (1626?–1694). Phyllis H. Goodman. Oxford B.Litt. 1948.

Sir John Vaughan, chief justice of common pleas, 1603–74. J.G. Williams. Wales M.A. 1952.

The circumstances of the treaty of Dover. Annie H. Madan. Birmingham M.A. 1909.

Sir William Coventry and the origin of the country party under Charles II. A.H.G. Cox. Manchester M.A. 1926.

The parliamentary career of Sir William Coventry and of Mr. Henry Coventry. D.T. Witcombe. Oxford B.Litt. 1954.

The development of parties during the ministry of Danby. E.S. de Beer. London M.A. 1923.

Danby. A. Mabel Evans. Leeds M.A. 1918.

The history of parliamentary representation in the city and county of Durham, 1675–1832. C.W. Daykin. Durham M.Litt. 1961.

Politics and parties in the county of Buckinghamshire, 1678–1815. C.E.S. Drew. Oxford B.Litt. 1931.

Titus Oates and the Popish Plot. R.C.F. Dolley. London M.A. 1911.

Wales and the Border counties in relation to the Popish Plot. Ida M. O'Leary. Wales M.A. 1924.

The Whigs, 1678–85. J.R. Jones. Cambridge Ph.D. 1952.

The organisation of the Whig party during the Exclusion crisis, 1678–81. V.H. Simms. London M.A. 1934.

The Rye House plot; with special reference to its place in the Exclusion contest and its consequences till 1685. Doreen J. Milne. London Ph.D. 1949.

The origins and early development of the Whig party, with special reference to Shaftesbury and Locke. O.W. Furley. Oxford B.Litt. 1953.

Robert Spencer, earl of Sunderland, 1641–1702. J.P. Kenyon. Cambridge Ph.D. 1954.

The life of Robert Spencer, 2nd earl of Sunderland, 1640–1702, with special reference to his work as secretary of state. P.L. Norrish. Liverpool M.A. 1936.

The office of secretary of state, 1681–1782. M.A. Thomson. Oxford D.Phil. 1930/1.

The administrative work of the English privy council, 1679–1714. Jennifer J. Carter. London Ph.D. 1958.

The career and writings of Charles Davenant, 1656–1714. D.A.G. Waddell. Oxford D.Phil. 1954.

The Monmouth rebellion. C.D. Curtis. Bristol M.A. 1939.

The elections to parliament in the county of Lancaster, 1688–1714. Janet M. Wahlstrand. Manchester M.A. 1956.

The invitation to William of Orange in 1688. R.D. Jones. Wales M.A. 1969.

The Convention parliament, 1688–9. A. Simpson. Oxford D.Phil. 1939.

The country party in the reign of William III. D.A. Rubini. Oxford D.Phil. 1966.

The house of lords in the reign of William III, 1688–1702. A.S. Turberville. Oxford B.Litt. 1912.

Elections to the house of commons in the reign of William III. J.H. Plumb. Cambridge Ph.D. 1935/6.

The Whigs and their relations with William III in the period from 1689 to 1698. A.K. Powis. London M.A. 1947.

The representative history of the county, town and university of Cambridge, 1689–1832. D. Cook. London Ph.D. 1935.

The treasury and the exchequer in the reign of William III. S.B. Baxter. Cambridge Ph.D. 1954.

The life and career of William Blathwayt. R.A. Preston. Leeds M.A. 1932.

Mary II of England and her life during the years 1689–94: influence on politics, on the Anglican Church, and on society. Nellie M. Waterson. Oxford B.Litt. 1925.

The development of Jacobite ideas and policy, 1689–1746. G.H. Jones. Oxford D.Phil. 1950.

The Jacobites in England and Wales, 1689–1723. Alma C. Turnbull. Liverpool M.A. 1949.

Jacobite activities in Great Britain, 1702–8. A. Davies. Wales M.A. 1951.

The history of the fourth parliament of William III. J.F.H. Beddow. Oxford B.Litt. 1912.

Northamptonshire county elections and electioneering (1695–1832), based mainly on the Isham and Cartwright muniments. E.G. Forrester. Oxford B.Litt. 1939.

Parliamentary debates in 1701 from the reports of foreign observers. J.F.G. Lowe. Liverpool M.A. 1960.

Elections and electioneering in the constituencies of Nottinghamshire, 1702–1832. J.H. Moses. Nottingham Ph.D. 1965.

Parliament and the protestant Dissenters, 1702–19. Mrs. Patricia M. Ansell. London M.A. 1962.

The house of commons 1702–14: a study in political organisation. W.A. Speck. Oxford D.Phil. 1966.

The bishops in politics, 1702–14. N. Dodds. Newcastle M.Litt. 1968.

The influence of the peerage on English parliamentary elections, 1702–13. G.S. Holmes. Oxford B.Litt. 1952.

The Whig party, 1702–8. E.L. Ellis. Wales M.A. 1949.

Henry St. John and the struggle for the leadership of the Tory party, 1702–14. H.T. Dickinson. Newcastle Ph.D. 1968.

The political career of Daniel Finch, 2nd earl of Nottingham, 1647–1730. H.G. Horwitz. Oxford D.Phil. 1963.

The administration of Daniel Finch, 2nd earl of Nottingham, as secretary of state under Queen Anne, 1702–4. W.A. Aiken. Cambridge M.Litt. 1932/3.

The career of Robert Harley, earl of Oxford, from 1702 to 1714. B.W. Hill. Cambridge Ph.D. 1961.

The political evolution of Robert Harley, 1702–12. K.C. Turpin. Oxford B.Litt. 1940.

Robert Harley, secretary of state. A.J.D.M. Mclnnes. Wales M.A. 1961.

A critical study of George Granville, Lord Lansdowne. Frances E. Handasyde. Oxford B.Litt. 1931.

The public career of John, 2nd earl of Stair, to 1720. J.R.T. Wood. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1970.

The Whig Junto in relation to the development of party politics and party organisation from its inception to 1714. E.L. Ellis. Oxford D.Phil. 1962.

The general election of 1705. Elisabeth A. Cunnington. London M.A. 1938.

The political life and influence of Joseph Addison. P.H.B.O. Smithers. Oxford D.Phil. 1953.

The political career of Robert Harley, 1708–14. D.R.P. Pugh. Wales M.A. 1951.

The domestic policy of Robert Harley and the Tory ministry from 1710 to 1714. Winifred T.H. Bolton. London M.A. 1930.

The Whig party, 1710–14. J.A. Johnston. Wales M.A. 1953.

Mercantile interests in the house of commons, 1710–13. Marjorie D. McHattie. Manchester M.A. 1949.

The general election of 1710. Mary E. Ransome. London M.A. 1938.

The English court in the reign of George I. J.M. Beattie. Cambridge Ph.D. 1963.

The Tory party in the reign of George I. L.W. Hanson. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.

William Shippen as an opposition leader, 1714–43. C.T.R. Buckley. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.

The parliamentary representation of North Wales, 1715–84. P.D.G. Thomas. Wales M.A. 1953.

Elections in Kent and its parliamentary representation, 1715–54. A.N. Newman. Oxford D.Phil. 1957.

Jacobitism and the English government, 1717–31. P.S. Fritz. Cambridge Ph.D. 1967.

The English attorney in the 18th century. R. Robson. Cambridge Ph.D. 1956.

The law of trusts in the 18th century up to the death of Lord Hardwicke. B.F. Brown. Oxford D.Phil. 1931/2.

A consideration of the relationship between some religious and economic organisations and the government, especially from 1730 to 1742. N.C. Hunt. Cambridge Ph.D. 1951.

The duke of Bedford and his friends. E. Davies. Liverpool M.A. 1908.

John, 4th duke of Bedford, 1710–71. G.F. Thomas. Wales M.A. 1953.

The public life of John, 4th duke of Bedford (1710–71). R.H. Owen. Wales M.A. 1923.

The establishment of the Pelham régime. J.B. Owen. Oxford D.Phil. 1953.

A biographical sketch of Sir George Savile, 1726–84, with an appendix of his letters. Teresa Lightbound. Liverpool M.A. 1916.

The life and career of Henry Fiennes Pelham-Clinton, 1720–94, 9th earl of Lincoln (1730) and 2nd duke of Newcastle-under-Lyme (1768), based on MSS. and papers at present in the keeping of the University of Nottingham. C. Priestley. Nottingham M.A. 1958.

Toryism from 1745 to 1761. T.E. Howard. Liverpool M.A. 1939.

Government and the house of commons, 1747–54. Jean M. Spendlove. Oxford B.Litt. 1956.

Politics in Norfolk, 1750–1832. B.D. Hayes. Cambridge Ph.D. 1958.

The parliamentary history of the city of Bristol, 1750–90. P.T. Underdown. Bristol M.A. 1948.

The parliamentary elections in York City, 1754–90. F.C. Price. Manchester M.A. 1958.

The parliamentary representation of the boroughs of Chippenham, Cricklade, Downton, Hindon, Westbury and Wootton Bassett, in Wiltshire, from 1754 until 1790. J.A. Cannon. Bristol Ph.D. 1958.

Cumberland and Westmorland elections, 1754–75. B. Bonsall. Manchester M.A. 1954.

The parliamentary representation of the Sussex boroughs, Bramber, Midhurst, Lewes, Rye and Winchelsea, 1754–68. Margaret M. Cramp. Manchester M.A. 1953.

The parliamentary representation of the boroughs of Pontefract, East Retford and Newark, 1754–68. C. Bradley. Manchester M.A. 1953.

The Oxfordshire election of 1754. R.J. Robson. Oxford B.Litt. 1947.

Under-secretaries of state, 1755–75. L. Scott. Manchester M.A. 1950.

George III and the Whig opposition (1760–94): a study of the organisation, principles, policy and conduct of the Rocking-ham-Portland Whigs. D.J. Turner. Nottingham Ph.D. 1953.

The early history of Roman Catholic emancipation, 1760–93. Florence E. Round. Birmingham M.A. 1930.

Public opinion in the west Midlands, 1760–93. J. Money. Cambridge Ph.D. 1967.

Parliamentary elections in Essex (excluding Harwich), 1761–8. A. Pickersgill. Manchester M.A. 1953.

The relations between the duke of Newcastle and the marquis of Rockingham and mercantile interests in London and the provinces, 1761–8. D.H. Watson. Sheffield Ph.D. 1968.

The duke of Newcastle and his friends in opposition, 1762–5. A. Hardy. Manchester M.A. 1956.

The administration of the system of transportation of British convicts, 1763–93. W. Oldham. London Ph.D. 1933.

An appreciation of Walpole's Memoirs of the reign of King George III, with special reference to Walpole's political ideas. F. Spencer. Manchester M.A. 1946.

Criticism of Horace Walpole's treatment of William Pitt (earl of Chatham), 1760–8. Gertrude M. Dalrymple. Liverpool M.A. 1909.

Some political aspects of the career of Alexander Wedderburn, Lord Loughborough and earl of Rosslyn. Helen C. Sheridan. Liverpool M.A. 1919.

The political papers of Charles Jenkinson, 1761–6. Ninetta Jucker. Manchester M.A. 1936.

An edition of the selected papers of George Grenville, 1763–6. J.R.G. Tomlinson. Manchester M.A. 1956.

The duke of Grafton. Gladys M. Imlach. Liverpool M.A. 1914.

The political correspondence of Charles Lennox, 3rd duke of Richmond, from 1765 to 1784. Alison Gilbert. Oxford D.Phil. 1956.

The relations of the Rockingham Whigs with William Pitt, earl of Chatham, 1765–78. R.B. Levick. Oxford B.Litt. 1961.

The Rockingham Whigs, 1768–74. G. Sturgess. Manchester M.A. 1970.

Charles Yorke, 1764–70: an analysis of his private and political correspondence as contained in the Hardwicke MSS. J.T. Park. Manchester M.A. 1949.

A critical examination of the Chatham correspondence, 1765–8. N.G. Anderton. Manchester M.A. 1946.

The political relations of the Chatham party. G.H. Grierson. Liverpool M.A. 1907.

The political career of General Conway. Hilda I. Clark. Liverpool M.A. 1917.

Constitutional aspects of the ministry of Lord North. A.B. Archer. Liverpool M.A. 1910.

Lord North's relations with cabinet colleagues, 1767 to 1774. L.H. Brown. Oxford B.Litt. 1956.

The unpublished letters of the Chatham correspondence, from the resignation of Chatham, October 1768, to the end of 1770. Violet Morewood. Manchester M.A. 1935.

The debates of the house of commons, 1768–74. P.D.G. Thomas. London Ph.D. 1958.

Edmund Burke as member of parliament for Bristol: a study of his relations both with his colleague Henry Cruger and with his constituents, and of the political situation in the city during the years 1774–80. P.T. Underdown. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1955.

The battle of the admirals, 1778–9. D. Williams. Wales M.A. 1969.

Political opinion in the north of England, 1780–1837. F.B. Walker. Belfast M.A. 1913.

The Bowood circle, 1780–93; its ideas and its influence. J.D. Jarrett. Oxford B.Litt. 1956.

Charles Jenkinson as secretary at war, with special reference to the period from the general election of September 1780 to the fall of North's administration in March 1782. Olive R. Gee. Oxford B.Litt. 1949.

The Gordon Riots, 1780. Laura H. Thraves. Liverpool M.A. 1910.

The causes of anti-Romanist fanaticism in Great Britain in the 18th century, with special reference to the Lord George Gordon Riots. Katharine Morris. Wales M.A. 1926.

George Tierney. H.K. Olphin. London M.A. 1933.

The formation and character of the second Rockingham administration. J.F. Brown. Manchester M.A. 1951.

The second Rockingham ministry. D. Wall. Sheffield M.A. 1956.

The cabinet in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, 1782–1820. L.V. Sumner. Manchester M.A. 1931.

Charles James Fox and the disintegration of the Whig party, 1782–94. L.G. Mitchell. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.

The evolution of the Tory party, 1783–1815. Margaret M. Ashworth. Manchester M.A. 1925.

The peerage under Pitt, 1784–1806. W.F. Quine. Liverpool M.A. 1931.

The general election and members of the parliament of 1784–90. Evelyn J. Southall. Manchester M.A. 1952.

The political ideas and activities of William Roscoe, 1787–1801. Mrs. Jenny E. Graham. Liverpool M.A. 1970.

The Regency crisis of 1788, with particular reference to its effects on the internal relations of the Whig party, especially the relationship between Fox and Burke. J.W. Derry. Cambridge Ph.D. 1961.

The Irish influence on the liberal movement in England, 1789–1832, with special reference to the period 1815–32. R. Cassirer. London Ph.D. 1940.

Henry Addington, Speaker of the house of commons, 1789–1801. D.A. Schofield. Southampton M.A. 1959.

The life of Davies Gilbert (1767–1839): a study in patronage and political responsibility. A.C. Todd. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1958.

Richard Locke: a record of a strenuous life. F.M. Ward. Bristol M.A. 1937.

Charles Watkin Williams Wynn, 1775–1850. Gwyneth Evans. Wales M.A. 1935.

The Whig party, 1789–94. F. O'Gorman. Cambridge Ph.D. 1965.

Parliamentary representation of South Wales, 1790–1830. R.D. Rees. Reading Ph.D. 1962.

Public order in England, 1790–1801. C. Emsley. Cambridge M.Litt. 1970.

Defence and public order in Northumberland, 1793–1815. J.A. Huitson. Newcastle M.Litt. 1967.

Lt. Gov. J.G. Simcoe and the Home Office, 1791–7. S.R. Mealing. Oxford B.Litt. 1952.

Church and state in English politics, 1800–33. G.F.A. Best. Cambridge Ph.D. 1955.

The political activities of the 'Saints' in parliament, 1800–24. F.U. Woods. Manchester M.A. 1924.

Addington and the Addingtonian interest in parliament, 1801–12. J.G. Rogers. Oxford B.Litt. 1952.

Sir Robert Peel the elder, and early factory legislation. F.E. Manning. Bristol M.A. 1932.

William Huskisson (1770–1830), imperial statesman and economist. S.M. Hardy. London Ph.D. 1943.

Lord Brougham and the Whig party up to 1834. A. Aspinall. Manchester Ph.D. 1924.

The political career of Lord Brougham from 1805 to 1830. Nellie Williams. Liverpool M.A. 1913.

The general elections of 1806 and 1807. M.G. Hinton. Reading Ph.D. 1959.

Spencer Perceval at the treasury, 1807–12. D.E. Gray. Manchester Ph.D. 1961.

The Whig party, 1807–12. M. Roberts. Oxford D.Phil. 1935.

The movement for Catholic emancipation, 1807–29. Anastasia Quirk. Liverpool M.A. 1913.

Catholic emancipation as an issue in English politics, 1820–30. G.I.T. Machin. Oxford D.Phil. 1961.

The political importance of the 'Westminster Committee' of the early 19th century, with special reference to the years 1807–22. W.E. Saxton. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1957.

George Canning and the Tory schism, 1809–22. Janet Veitch. Liverpool Ph.D. 1932.

The domestic relations of George Canning. Janet Veitch. Liverpool M.A. 1927.

The conduct of public business in the house of commons, 1812–27. P. Fraser. London Ph.D. 1957.

Lord Liverpool as prime minister (1812–27). Stella Y. Mathias. Liverpool M.A. 1913.

Lord Liverpool's administration, 1815–22. J.E. Cookson. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1970.

Lord Liverpool and liberal toryism, 1820–7. W.R. Brock. Cambridge Ph.D. 1942.

The Whigs in opposition, 1815–30. A.V. Mitchell. Oxford D.Phil. 1964.

The general election of 1818. L.V. Sumner. Manchester Ph.D. 1969.

Sir R.J. Wilmot Horton, Bt., politician and pamphleteer. E.G. Johnes. Bristol M.A. 1936.

The work of Sir Robert Peel as secretary of state for the Home department, 1822–30. Elizabeth A.W. Kinsey. Manchester M.A. 1927.

Criminal law reform during Peel's tenure of office as Home Secretary, 1822–7. J.A. Gulland. London M.A. 1930.

John Wilson Croker's influence on Sir Robert Peel. C.N. Breiseth. Oxford B.Litt. 1962.

William Thompson, his life and writings. R.K.P. Pankhurst. London Ph.D. 1952.

Glamorgan: a study of the concerns of the county and the work of its members in the house of commons from 1825 to 1835. Enid Ball. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1965.

The political career of Michael Sadler. Dorothy Hargreaves. Manchester M.A. 1926.

The political and electioneering influence of the 4th duke of Newcastle. J.M. Golby. Nottingham M.A. 1961.

An edition of the correspondence of the 1st marquess of Anglesey relating to the general elections of 1830, 1831 and 1832 in Caernarvonshire and Anglesey. L. Jones. Liverpool M.A. 1956.

Foreign and Colonial Relations

Colonial admiralty jurisdiction in the 17th century. Helen J. Crump. London Ph.D. 1930.

The Board of Trade in colonial administration, 1696–1720. I.K. Steele. London Ph.D. 1964.

The international legal relations between Great Britain and Hanover, 1714–1837. I.B. Campbell. Cambridge Ph.D. 1966.

Parliament and foreign policy, 1715–31. G.C. Gibbs. Liverpool M.A. 1953.

The problem of imperial communications during the 18th century, with special reference to the post office. J.T. Dixon. Leeds M.A. 1964.

The career of the earl of Shelburne, 1760–83. Evelyn M. Scrimiger. Liverpool M.A. 1909.

Lord Shelburne and British imperialism, 1763–83. R.A. Humphreys. Cambridge Ph.D. 1932/3.

The diplomatic correspondence of John, earl of Sandwich, 9 September 1763 - 10 July 1765. F. Spencer. Manchester Ph.D. 1953.

Proceedings in parliament with regard to the Government of India, 1763–73. J.C. Airey. Liverpool M.A. 1911.

Parliament and the affairs of the East India Company, 1765–84. Gwendoline F. Pecker. Liverpool M.A. 1910.

Barlow Trecothick and other associates of Lord Rockingham during the Stamp Act crisis, 1765–6. D.H. Watson. Sheffield M.A. 1958.

The Committee of the Whole House to consider the American Papers (January and February 1766). B.R. Smith. Sheffield M.A. 1956.

The East India Company crisis, 1770–3. R. Beard. Birmingham M.A. 1928.

The East India interest and the British government, 1784–1833. C.H. Philips. London Ph.D. 1938.

The influence of the East India Company 'interest' on the English government, 1813–33. C.H. Philips. Liverpool M.A. 1937.

Exploration and the economic development of the empire, 1782–98, with special reference to the activities of Sir Joseph Banks. D.L. Mackay. London Ph.D. 1970.

British opinion and colonial policy, 1783–1839. A.J. Weir. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1924.

The colonial policy of Charles Jenkinson, Baron Hawkesbury and 1st earl of Liverpool, as president of the Committee for Trade, 1784–1800. C.B. Fergusson. Oxford D.Phil. 1952.

Impeachment of Warren Hastings. P.J. Marshall. Oxford D.Phil. 1962.

The Colonial Office and the plantation colonies, 1801–34: a study of imperial government in evolution. D.J. Murray. Oxford D.Phil. 1963.

The press and the colonies. H.F.G. Tucker. Bristol M.A. 1936.

The foreign policy of Lord Minto, 1807–13. K.M. Sarkar. Cambridge M.Litt. 1937.

The working of the British Colonial Office, 1812–30. D.McM. Young. London Ph.D. 1955.

Castlereagh and the Holy Alliance. H.C. Hamilton. Birmingham M.A. 1926.

Robert Wilmot Horton and colonial policy in the age of Tory reform. J.S. Sutton. Keele M.A. 1970.

The governorships of Sir G. Lowry Cole in Mauritius (1823–8) and the Cape of Good Hope (1828–33): a study in colonial administration. K.S. Hunt. London Ph.D. 1970.

The foreign policy of Wellington, 1828–30. A.C.F. Beales. London M.A. 1927.

Radicalism and Reform Movements

Public order and popular disturbances in England, 1689–1714. M. Beloff. Oxford B.Litt. 1937.

A study of popular disturbances in Britain, 1714–54. D.G.D. Isaac. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1953.

The causes of the movement for radical parliamentary reform in England between 1763 and 1789, with special reference to the influence of the so-called Rational Protestants. Gwendolyn B.M. Whale. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.

Major John Cartwright: his place in contemporary radical movements. A.A. Eaglestone. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.

Thomas Spence and his connections. Olive D. Rudkin. London M.A. 1924.

The Yorkshire County Association and the reform movement, 1779–80. C.M. Wilcock. Manchester M.A. 1953.

Some aspects of Unitarianism and radicalism, 1760–1810. G.M. Ditchfield. Cambridge Ph.D. 1968.

Nottingham radicalism, 1785–1835. M.I. Thomis. Nottingham Ph.D. 1966.

The reform movement in England previous to the French Revolution. R.J. McAlpine. Liverpool M.A. 1907.

Reform movements in Derby and Derbyshire, 1790–1852. E. Fearn. Manchester M.A. 1964.

English democratic societies and popular radicalism, 1791–1800. J. Walvin. York D.Phil. 1970.

British democratic societies in the period of the French Revolution. W.A.L. Seaman. London Ph.D. 1954.

The influence of the French Revolution on the political and social life of Wales. W.P. Williams. Wales M.A. 1925.

Popular disturbances in Wales, 1792–1832. D.J.V. Jones. Wales Ph.D. 1966.

Radicalism and political repression in the north of England, 1791–7. A.V. Mitchell. Manchester M.A. 1958.

Movements for political and social reform in Sheffield, 1792–1832. H.N. Crawshaw. Sheffield M.A. 1954.

The Association of the Friends of the People, 1792–6. P.J. Brunsdon. Manchester M.A. 1961.

The north of England agitation for the abolition of the slave trade, 1780–1800. E.M. Hunt. Manchester M.A. 1959.

The campaign for the abolition of the British slave trade and its place in British politics, 1783–1807. A.M. Rees. Oxford B.Litt. 1952.

Abolitionist societies, 1787–1838. E.C. Toye. London M.A. 1936.

William Smith, M.P., 1756–1835, and his importance in the movements for parliamentary reform, religious toleration, and the abolition of the slave trade. B. Aspinwall. Manchester M.A. 1962.

William Smith and the politics of dissent, 1791–1828. R.W. Davis. Cambridge M.Litt. 1962.

The abolition and emancipation movements in England. Ida M. Garton. Leeds M.A. 1919.

The development of abolitionism, 1807–23. T.M. Birtwhistle. London M.A. 1948.

Great Britain and the abolition of the slave trade, 1807–17. E. Smallpage. Liverpool M.A. 1922.

Great Britain and the abolition of the slave trade by the other Powers (1812–22) with special reference to the efforts of Castlereagh. K. MacKenzie. Oxford B.Litt. 1953.

A critical edition of the correspondence of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, Bart., with an account of his career to 1823. F.C. Stuart. London M.A. 1957.

Joseph Hume, M.P.: political activities, 1818–25. Constance G. Smith. Liverpool M.A. 1921.

The political influence of William Cobbett, 1794–1815. Eva Knox. Liverpool M.A. 1907.

The reform movement and county politics in Cornwall, 1809–52. W.B. Elvins. Birmingham M.A. 1959.

The reform movement on Tyneside and Wearside, 1812–32. Mary B.G. Allan. Liverpool M.A. 1920.

The Tory attitude towards parliamentary reform, 1815–32. Elsie M. Atkins. London M.A. 1931.

Political movements in the West Riding, 1815–32. D.O. Parker. Manchester M.A. 1923.

Some aspects of Lancashire radicalism, 1816–21. W.W. Kinsey. Manchester M.A. 1927.

Peterloo: a study in Manchester political history. D. Read. Oxford B.Litt. 1955.

The movement for parliamentary reform in Manchester, 1825–32. J.M. Main. Oxford B.Litt. 1951.

Owenite socialism in the period 1817–40. Mrs. Florence L.P. Knight. Manchester M.A. 1966.

Organisations and ideas behind the efforts to achieve a general union of the working classes in England in the early eighteen-thirties. W.H. Oliver. Oxford D.Phil. 1954.

Political Thought

The proper role of the state as seen by British economists in the period 1603–1834. D.E. Bland. Sheffield Ph.D. 1967.

Machiavelli and secular political thought in England during the 17th century. F. Raab. Oxford D.Phil. 1962.

Some aspects of English Utopian thought in the 17th century. J.C. Davis. Manchester M.A. 1963.

The history of Utopianism in England in the 17th century. J.M. Patrick. Oxford D.Phil. 1952.

Authority in church and state, with special reference to the 17th century. P.S. Belasco. London Ph.D. 1928.

The controversial writings of William Prynne. W.M. Lamont. London Ph.D. 1960.

The political writings of William Prynne. K.G.M. Ratcliffe. Durham M.A. 1961.

Magna Carta: its influence on politics and political thought since 1640. Anne Pallister. Nottingham Ph.D. 1966.

Interests and the public interest in English political and social thought, 1640–1700. J.A.W. Gunn. Oxford D.Phil. 1966.

The political ideas of the English Radicals, particularly in Nonconformist circles, from John Lilburne to John Wilkes. Beryl H. Lewis. Wales M.A. 1925.

The political ideas of the Quakers of the 17th century. P.S. Belasco. London M.Sc. 1926.

The origins of John Locke's theory of toleration. E.I.R. de Marchi. Oxford B.Litt. 1961.

A bibliography of John Locke. Mrs. Charlotte S. Johnston. Oxford D.Phil. 1956.

John Locke as a conservative: an edition of Locke's first writings on political obligation. P. Abrams. Cambridge Ph.D. 1962.

The origins of the political opinions of John Locke. A.H. Maclean. Cambridge Ph.D. 1947.

The controversy over the origins of the Commons, 1675–88: a chapter in the history of English historical and political thought. J.G.A. Pocock. Cambridge Ph.D. 1952.

William Penn: a study in the Quaker doctrine of political authority, as exemplified particularly in his colonial experiment. R.J. Oman. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1958.

The English Revolution and the doctrines of non-resistance and resistance: a study in sovereignty, 1688–1714. J.C. Corson. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1934/5.

Anthony Collins: the man and his works. J. O'Higgins. Oxford D.Phil. 1966.

The political ideas of Daniel Defoe. E. Illingworth. Leeds M.A. 1961.

The moral and political philosophy of Anthony Ashley Cooper, 3rd earl of Shaftesbury (1671–1713). J.F. Harrison. Durham Ph.D. 1970.

A bibliography of Henry St. John, Viscount Bolingbroke. G.G. Barber. Oxford B.Litt. 1963.

The conception of political party in England in the period 1740–83. D. Thomson. Cambridge Ph.D. 1938.

The life and works of Josiah Tucker. H.G. Brown. Bristol M.A. 1925.

The social and political thought of Joseph Priestley. Margaret E. Leslie. Cambridge Ph.D. 1966.

The political thought of Edmund Burke. A.B.C. Cobban. Cambridge Ph.D. 1925/6.

The political thought of the English Romanticists. C. Brinton. Oxford D.Phil. 1923.

The aims and work of Richard Price, 1723–91. B. Jenkins. Wales M.A. 1927.

The political importance of Dr. Price. Blodwen M. Parry. Liverpool M.A. 1934.

Society and social reform in English political thought, 1789–97. W.E. Christian. London Ph.D. 1970.

The economic and political theory of William Godwin and his debt to French thinkers. H.K. Prescot. Oxford D.Phil. 1930/1.

A life of William Godwin. F.K. Brown. Oxford D.Phil. 1925.

Ideas of parliamentary representation in England, 1815–32. J.F. Lively. Cambridge M.Litt. 1957.

The political economists and politicians from Waterloo to the Reform Bill. S.G. Checkland. Birmingham M.Com. 1947.

Political and social ideas in England, 1820–37. C.H. Driver. London M.A. 1926.

MILITARY AND NAVAL HISTORY

Ballistics in the 17th century. A.R. Hall. Cambridge Ph.D. 1950.

Plymouth Dock: a survey of the development of the royal dockyard in Hamoaze during the sailing ship era. A.E. Stephens. London Ph.D. 1940.

The development of Portsmouth as a naval base as illustrating the growth of British naval policy. H.J. Sparks. London M.A. 1911.

Portsmouth and Gosport: a study in the historical geography of a naval port. F.N.G. Thomas. London M.Sc. 1961.

Administration of the navy under James II of England. E.C. Lowe. Liverpool M.A. 1934.

Parliament and the navy, 1688–1714. J.A. Johnston. Sheffield Ph.D. 1968.

The lords commissioners of the admiralty, 1689–1714. G.F. James. Birmingham M.A. 1937.

The English navy during the Revolution of 1688 and its condition at the commencement of the reign of William III. E.B. Powley. Oxford B.Litt. 1924.

The naval side of 'King William's War' - opening phase 16/26 November 1688 to 31 December 1689. E.B. Powley. Oxford D.Phil. 1962.

Naval policy and public opinion in the War of the League of Augsburg, 1689–97. J.A. Lawson. Leeds M.A. 1952.

William III and the northern crowns during the Nine Years War, 1689–97. S.P. Oakley. London Ph.D. 1961.

English naval administration at the close of the 17th century. K.W. Wood. Leeds M.A. 1935.

The Commission for Victualling the Navy, the Commission for Sick and Wounded Seamen and Prisoners of War and the Commission for Transport, 1702–14. Paula K. Watson. London Ph.D. 1965.

The secretary at war and the administration of the army during the War of the Spanish Succession. I.F. Burton. London Ph.D. 1960.

British military and naval operations: Catalonia and Valencia, 1705–11. H.T. Dickinson. Durham M.A. 1963.

The Malplaquet campaign and its aftermath: Flanders, 1709–11. H.G. Bowen. Wales M.A. 1961.

The social and professional background of the officers of the British army, 1715–63. J.W. Hayes. London M.A. 1956.

The British search by sea for the Northwest passage, 1719–94. G. Williams. London Ph.D. 1959.

British naval administration in the war of 1739–48. D.A. Baugh. Cambridge Ph.D. 1961.

Lord George Germain. Grace H. Gilcriest. Liverpool M.A. 1914.

The administration of Newcastle and Pitt: the departments of state and the conduct of the war, 1754–60, with particular reference to the campaigns in North America. C.R. Middleton. Exeter Ph.D. 1969.

British oceanic convoys in the Seven Years War, 1756–63. R.P. Crowhurst. London Ph.D. 1970.

The naval administration of the 4th earl of Sandwich, 1771–82. M.J. Williams. Oxford D.Phil. 1962.

Some letters of Sir James Murray between January 1773 and 16 April 1780. E. Robson. Manchester M.A. 1948.

The Navy Board's administration of the maritime logistics of the British forces during the American War, 1775–83. D. Syrett. London Ph.D. 1966.

The life and times of Admiral Rodney. H.C. Malkin. London M.A. (Ext.) 1957.

An enquiry into faction among British naval officers during the War of the American Revolution. J.A. Davies. Liverpool M.A. 1964.

The Royal Welch Fusiliers in the American War of Independence. G.O. Jones. Wales M.A. 1958.

Charles Middleton, afterwards Lord Barham, and naval administration, 1778–1805. S. Riddick. Liverpool M.A. 1939.

Admiralty administration, 1783–1806. Patricia K. Crimmin. London M.Phil. 1967.

The early life and services of Sir John Jervis, Lord St. Vincent, and their influence on his later career and character. W.F. Scott. Oxford B.Litt. 1929.

Life in the British army, 1793–1820, in relation to social conditions. T.H. McGuffie. London M.A. 1940.

The recruitment of the land forces in Great Britain, 1793–9. J.R. Western. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1953.

Schemes for the reform of naval recruitment, 1793–1815. C. Oprey. Liverpool M.A. 1961.

French prisoners of war on parole in Britain, 1803–14. R. Bennett. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1964.

The career of Sir Robert Wilson (1777–1849), with special reference to his diplomatic and military activities during the years 1806–15. G.M.D.G. Costigan. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.

The Copenhagen expedition, 1807. A.N. Ryan. Liverpool M.A. 1951.

The Dardanelles expeditions of 1807. R.C. Gwilliam. Liverpool M.A. 1955.

A geographical consideration of the Peninsular War. J.C. Hawtin. Wales M.A. 1967.

Wellington's headquarters in the Peninsula, 1809–14: with especial reference to the quarter-master-general's department. S.G.P. Ward. Oxford B.Litt. 1955.

The English navy and the Anglo-American War of 1812. K.S. Dent. Leeds M.A. 1949.

The Royal Navy in the War of 1812. F.C. Drake. Manchester M.A. 1961.

ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL HISTORY

Finance

A history of inheritance taxation in England. L. Dunn. London Ph.D. 1956.

Commercial fluctuations and currency disturbances of the 17th century. W.J. Hinton. Wales M.A. 1915.

The English public revenue, 1660–88. C.D. Chandaman. London Ph.D. 1954.

The advancement of the king's credit, 1660–72. H.G. Roseveare. Cambridge Ph.D. 1962.

The last period of the great farm of the English customs, 1660–71. C.C. Crews. London M.A. 1935.

The genesis of English banking, with particular reference to the private banking of the goldsmiths, the evolution of English paper money and the early history of the Bank of England. R.D. Richards. London Ph.D. 1928.

History of the land tax in England, 1692–1798. W.R. Ward. Oxford D.Phil. 1951.

The English national debt, 1693–1754. P.G.M. Dickson. Oxford D.Phil. 1958.

The operation of the English Navigation Acts during the 18th century. E.H. Rideout. Liverpool M.A. 1931.

The economic policy of the Board of Trade, 1696–1714. R.G. Mathias. Oxford B.Litt. 1939.

The organisation of the English customs system, 1696–1786. Bessie E. Hoon. London Ph.D. 1934.

The great recoinage of 1696–9 (a particular study of the question of currency devaluation). Li Ming-hsun. London Ph.D. 1940.

Godolphin and the organisation of public credit, 1702–10. J.G. Sperling. Cambridge Ph.D. 1955.

Aspects of capital and credit in Lancashire during the 18th century. B.L. Anderson. Liverpool M.A. 1966.

The South Sea Company and the Assiento. Lilian E.M. Batcheler. London M.A. 1924.

The political aspect of the South Sea Bubble. E. Wagstaff. London M.A. 1934.

The public revenue and expenditure of Great Britain and its administration, 1774–92. J.E.D. Binney. Oxford D.Phil. 1952.

The development of the London money market, 1780–1830. K.F. Dixon. London Ph.D. 1962.

A history of Boyd, Benfield & Co.: a study in merchant banking in the last decade of the 18th century. S.R. Cope. London Ph.D. 1947.

The government and the wage-earner, 1789–1815. K. Hyman. London M.Sc. 1932.

Government revenue, 1793–1815: a study of fiscal and financial policy in the wars against France. P.K. O'Brien. Oxford D.Phil. 1967.

Financial reconstruction in England, 1815–22. A.W. Acworth. Oxford B.Litt. 1925.

Foreign trade and economic growth: the balance of payments as a factor limiting economic expansion in the British economy during the years 1819–35. P.K. Chaudhuri. Cambridge M.Sc. 1962/3.

The monetary reform of 1821. P.C. Kimball. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.

The crisis of 1825. E. Thomas. London M.Sc. 1938.

Trade and Industry

English coasting trade and inland navigation from 1600 to 1750. T.S. Willan. Oxford D.Phil. 1934.

The trade of Chester and the state of the Dee navigation, 1600–1800. C. Armour. London Ph.D. 1956.

The Welsh coal trade during the Stuart period, 1603–1709. B.M. Evans. Wales M.A. 1928.

The place of Whitehaven in the Irish coal trade, 1600–1750. W.H. Makey. London M.A. 1952.

A description of the trade and shipping of Hull during the 17th century, including a consideration of social and industrial problems, together with a brief acaount of the trading organisations and kindred societies within the port. W.J. Davies. Wales M.A. 1937.

The direction and control of foreign trade by the state under the Stuarts, 1603–88. F. Adshead. London M.A. 1908.

The English interest in the Eastland, 1620–80. R.W.K. Hinton. Cambridge Ph.D. 1950.

The economic and commercial development of the city and port of Exeter, 1625–88. W.B. Stephens. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1954.

Geographical aspects of the maritime trade of Kent and Sussex, 1650–1750. J.H. Andrews. London Ph.D. 1954.

The mercantile aspect of English foreign policy during the reign of Charles II. D.G.E. Hall. London M.A. 1917.

The organisation and finance of the English shipping industry in the late 17th century. R. Davis. London Ph.D. 1955.

English docks and harbours, 1660–1830. D. Swann. Leeds Ph.D. 1960.

The marketing of food, fodder and livestock in the London area in the 17th century, with some reference to the sources of supply. P.V. McGrath. London M.A. 1947.

The history of English agricultural imports and exports, 1660–1713. F.G. Carnell. Oxford B.Litt. 1945.

The sugar trade of Bristol. I.V. Hall. Bristol M.A. 1925.

The life and writings of John Cary. H.T. Lane. Bristol M.A. 1932.

The history of the tobacco trade in England. A. Rive. Cambridge M.Litt. 1926/7.

Leeds woollen merchants, 1700–1830. R.G. Wilson. Leeds Ph.D. 1964.

Home demand as a factor in 18th-century English economic growth: the literary evidence. R.A. Kent. Cambridge M.Litt. 1969.

The role of London in the Atlantic slave trade, 1680–1776. C.J. French. Exeter M.A. 1970.

The role of Bristol in the Atlantic slave trade, 1710–69. D.G. Rees. Exeter M.A. 1970.

The Bristol slave trade in the 18th century. P.D. Richardson. Manchester M.A. 1969.

Liverpool's trade in the reign of Queen Anne. Brenda R. Poole. Liverpool M.A. 1961.

Samuel Garbett, 1717–1803, a Birmingham pioneer. P.S. Bebbington. Birmingham M.Com. 1938.

The development of the capitalist employer in industry during the Industrial Revolution. W. Bradburn. Manchester M.A. 1914.

Wage-rates: 1750–1800. G.H.A. Stephens. Oxford B.Litt. 1931.

The industrial development of Merioneth, 1750–1820: being an investigation into the economic organisation and history of certain distinctive industries in the county during this period. M.J. Jones. Wales M.A. 1937.

The history of the Industrial Revolution in Monmouthshire. T.E. Jones. Wales M.A. 1929.

The abolition of the slave trade and its effects on the commerce of Liverpool, 1770–1835. S.N. Syder. Liverpool M.A. 1954/5.

The Liverpool slave trade from 1789 to 1791. J.E. Merritt. Nottingham M.A. 1959.

Investment in Liverpool shipping, 1815 to 1835. F. Neal. Liverpool M.A. 1962.

The history of an 18th-century combination in the coppermining industry. G.C. Allen. Birmingham M.Com. 1922.

The growth of free trade ideas, 1800–30. W.J. Rawle. Birmingham M.Com. 1939.

The Luddite disturbances and the machinery of order. F.O. Darvall. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1932.

The Luddite disturbances throughout the cottonmanufacturing area, 1812. Dora Halstead. Liverpool M.A. 1917.

The British economy in the trade cycle, 1820–30. J.A. Cope. Oxford B.Litt. 1959.

A north-east miners' union (Hepburn's Union) of 1831–2. W.H. Johnson. Durham M.A. 1959.

Specific Industries

The history of English coal-mining in the 17th century. Asta W.R. Moller. Oxford B.Litt. 1923.

The building trades in the Midlands in the 17th century. E.F.T. Richards. Birmingham M.A. 1939.

Shipbuilding mainly for the Crown, in the Southampton area from 1650 to 1820. A.J. Holland. Southampton M.A. 1961.

A history of shipbuilding in the north east of England. D.J. Dougan. Durham M.A. 1968.

The pottery trade and north Staffordshire, 1660–1760. Lorna M. Weatherill. Keele M.Sc. 1969.

The economic history of the Staffordshire pottery industry. E.S. Dane. Sheffield M.A. 1929.

Geographical aspects of the development of transport and communications affecting the pottery industry of north Staffordshire during the 18th century. Mrs. Annie L. Thomas. Manchester M.A. 1933.

Josiah Wedgwood, an 18th-century entrepreneur. B.E.S. Trueman. Nottingham M.A. 1960.

Sixty years of coalmining enterprise on the north Warwickshire estate of the Newdigates of Arbury, 1680–1740. A.W.A. White. Birmingham M.A. 1969.

The charcoal iron trade in the Midlands, 1690–1720. B.L.C. Johnson. Birmingham M.A. 1950.

Two partnerships of the Knights: a study of the midland iron industry in the 18th century. R.A. Lewis. Birmingham M.A. 1949.

John Wilkinson and the Bradley ironworks. W.A. Smith. London M.A. (Ext.) 1968.

The London Lead Company in North Wales, 1693–1792. J.N. Rhodes. Leicester Ph.D. 1970.

The lead-mining industry in Cardiganshire from 1700 to 1830. O. Beynon. Wales M.A. 1938.

An examination of Sir Humphrey Mackworth's industrial activities, with special reference to the governor and Company of the Mine Adventurers of England. S. Evans. Wales M.A. 1950.

John Dunton (1659–1732) and the English book trade. S.R. Parks. Cambridge Ph.D. 1966.

The decline of the common press. J.P.W. Gaskell. Cambridge Ph.D. 1956.

Jacob Tonson: his life and work, and the enterprises of his publishing house from 1678 to his death in 1736 (and a handlist of Jacob Tonson's publications). H.M. Geduld. Sheffield M.A. 1954.

The Cambridge University Press, 1696–1712: a bibliographical study. D.F. McKenzie. Cambridge Ph.D. 1960.

The firm of Lintot. Marjorie W. Barnes. London M.A. 1942.

The ancestry, life and connections of William Caslon, the premier English type-founder. J. Ball. Sheffield M.A. 1968.

The hand-made nail trade of Birmingham and district. E.I. Davies. Birmingham M.Com. 1933.

The hand-made nail trade of Dudley and district. K. Henn. Birmingham M.Com. 1927.

The silk industry in London, 1702–66. Natalie K.A. Rothstein. London M.A. 1961.

The geographical basis of the natural silk industry of the west Pennines. C.L. Mellowes. London M.A. (Ext.) 1933.

The silk industry in London, 1760–1830, with special reference to the condition of the wage-earners and the policy of the Spitalfields Acts. W.M. Jordan. London M.A. 1931.

The rise and decline of the serge industry in the southwest of England, with special reference to the 18th century. W.G. Hoskins. London M.Sc. 1929.

The growth of textile factories in Derbyshire during the 18th century. P.B. Sidey. Durham M.A. 1965.

The Industrial Revolution in the textile industries of Wiltshire. H.R. Exelby. Bristol M.A. 1928.

W.G. and J. Strutt, 1758–1830: a study in social and industrial organisation. R.S. Fitton. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1953.

The Midlands cotton and worsted spinning industry, 1769–1800. S.D. Chapman. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1966.

The early English cotton industry. G.W. Daniels. Manchester M.A. 1920.

The development of the British cotton industry, 1780–1815. M.M. Edwards. London Ph.D. 1965.

The concentration and localisation of the British cotton industry. A.J. Taylor. Manchester M.A. 1947.

The handloom weavers in the English cotton industry during the Industrial Revolution. D. Bythell. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.

Handloom weavers in the Stockport district, 1780–94. G. Taylor. Manchester M.A. 1922.

Thomas Cheek Hewes (1768–1832) - millwright and machine maker of Manchester. S.B. Smith. Manchester M.Sc. 1969.

The Darley Abbey cotton spinning and paper mills, 1783–1810: a study in industrial and social organisation. Jean Forrest. London M.Sc. (Ext.) 1957.

The West Riding wool textile industry, 1780–1835: a study of fixed capital formation. D.T. Jenkins. York D.Phil. 1970.

The development of the coal industry in south Yorkshire before 1830. R.M. Cox. Sheffield M.A. 1960.

The history of coal during the Industrial Revolution. J.J. Jory. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1931.

The history of coalmining in Gower from 1770 to 1832. R.P. Roberts. Wales M.A. 1953.

The papers of John Buddie, colliery viewer, in the Mining Institute, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: an annotated list and assessment of their value to the economic historian. F.S. Hewitt. Durham M.A. 1961.

The financial history of Matthew Boulton, 1759–1800. J.E. Cule. Birmingham M.Com. 1935.

Early industrial organisation: a history of the firm of Boulton and Watt. E. Roll. Birmingham Ph.D. 1930.

The Albion Steam Flour Mill: a chapter in the Boulton and Watt Co-partnership. O.A. Westworth. Birmingham M.Com. 1930.

Some aspects of the London furniture industry in the 18th century. E.T. Joy. London M.A. 1955.

Transport and Communications

The evolution of the road-book and road-strip. E.J. Hopkins. Wales M.A. 1952.

The Aire and Calder Navigation: a river navigation in 18th-century Yorkshire. W.N. Slatcher. Manchester M.Sc. 1967.

The turnpike trusts of Islington and Marylebone from 1700 to 1825. C.A.A. Clarke. London M.A. 1955.

The roads of Buckinghamshire, with special reference to turnpike roads. Joan Chibnall. London M.Sc. 1963.

Turnpike trusts in Northumberland. W.G. Dodds. Durham M.A. 1965.

The turnpike trusts of Wales: a study in transport economics. E.W. Barton. Wales M.A. 1915.

The origin and planning of the military road from Newcastle to Carlisle. W. Lawson. Durham M.A. 1966.

John Loudon McAdam - colossus of roads. R.H. Spiro. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1950.

Anthony Todd and the British post office, 1738–98. K.L. Ellis. Oxford D.Phil. 1954.

Investment in canals and house-building in England, 1760–1815. J.R. Ward. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.

The impact of the construction of the Bridgewater Canal on land use in adjacent areas. A.J. Williams. Manchester M.A. 1957.

The Birmingham canals, 1766–1800. S.R. Broadbridge. Manchester M.A. 1970.

Thames and Severn: birth and death of a canal. H.G.W. Household. Bristol M.A. 1958.

Agrarian History and Landownership

The development of leasehold tenure in south Lancashire, with particular reference to the 17th century. H.L. Jones. Manchester M.A. 1924.

The historical geography of the Forest of Dean during the 17th century. J.C. Stuttard. Cambridge M.Sc. 1941.

The ownership and occupation of the land in Devonshire, 1650–1800. W.G. Hoskins. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1938.

The English yeomanry in the 17th century. I.D.A. Abbott. Oxford B.Litt. 1928.

Four Yorkshire landowning families, 1640–1760. P. Roebuck. Hull Ph.D. 1969/70.

Two families and their estates: the Grimstons and the Cowpers from c. 1650 to c. 1815. C.G.A. Clay. Cambridge Ph.D. 1966.

The sale of delinquents' estates during the Interregnum and the land settlement at the Restoration - a study of land sales in south-eastern England. I. Joan Thirsk. London Ph.D. 1950.

Rural society in south-east Lindsey, 1660–1840. B.A. Holderness. Nottingham Ph.D. 1968.

The landed gentry in Merioneth, c.1660–1832, with special reference to the estates of Hengwrt, Nannau, Rug and Ynysymaengwyn. P.R. Roberts. Wales M.A. 1963.

Agriculture and society in Glamorgan, 1660–1760. M.I. Williams. Leicester Ph.D. 1967.

A social and economic study of some west Cornwall landed families, 1690–1760. Mrs. Veronica M. Chesher. Oxford B.Litt. 1956.

A great landed estate in the 18th century: aspects of management on the Leveson-Gower properties, 1691–1833. J.R. Wordie. Reading Ph.D. 1967.

Demography and land use in the late 17th and 18th centuries in Middlesex. L. Martindale. London Ph.D. 1968.

Land use in Cornwall at the end of the 17th century. G.K. Whyatt. Wales M.A. 1959.

The agricultural landscape of the Hampshire chalklands, 1700–1840. M.C. Naish. London M.A. 1961.

Influences of the improvements in agriculture during the reigns of George I and George II. M.J. Truscott. London M.A. 1914.

Landownership and agrarian trends in the 18th century. G.E. Mingay. Nottingham Ph.D. 1958.

The landed gentry of Pembrokeshire in the 18th century. D.W. Howell. Wales M.A. 1965.

A history of the manors of Mapledurham Gurney and Mapledurham Chazey with special reference to the management of the estate in the 18th century. Moira H. Long. Oxford B.Litt. 1953.

A study of some London estates in the 18th century. Mrs. Brenda A.S. Swann. London Ph.D. 1964.

East Sussex landownership: the structure of rural society in an area of old enclosure, 1733–87. D.K. Worcester. Cambridge Ph.D. 1950.

English agriculture, 1760–1830. J. Cresswell. London M.Sc. (Ext.) 1935.

An agricultural geography of north-west Wiltshire, 1773–1840. B.R. Dittmer. London M.A. 1963.

The agricultural geography of the Welsh border in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. D. Thomas. Wales M.A. 1957.

The economic position of the tenantry in the north Cots-wolds, 1775–1830. J.R. Stayt. Oxford B.Litt. 1955.

A study of the small landowner and of the tenantry during the years 1780–1832 on the basis of the land tax assessments. E. Davies. Oxford D.Phil. 1926.

Property in land in south Bedfordshire, with special reference to the land tax assessments, 1750–1832. E.O. Payne. London Ph.D. 1939.

Arthur Young and the English landed interest, 1784–1813. C. Veliz. London Ph.D. 1959.

The landed society and the farming community of Essex in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. C. Shrimpton. Cambridge Ph.D. 1965.

The financial administration of the Bridgwater estates, 1780–1800. Edith Malley. Manchester M.A. 1929.

The geography of the drainage areas of the Cynon and Clydach rivers on the eve of the Industrial Revolution. D.S. Prosser. Wales M.Sc. 1945.

Agricultural change in east Cheshire, 1790–1820. Clarice S. Davies. Manchester M.A. 1949.

The Board of Agriculture, 1793–1822, with special reference to Sir John Sinclair. Winifred Harrison. London M.A. 1955.

The work of women in agriculture in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, and the influence of the agrarian revolution thereon. Ivy Pinchbeck. London M.A. 1927.

Oxfordshire about 1800 A.D.: a study in human geography. Audrey M. Lambert. London Ph.D. 1953.

Historical geography of Surrey about the year 1800. Phyllis M. Wilkins. London M.Sc. 1943.

The revolt of the Hampshire agricultural labourers and its causes, 1812–31. Alice M. Colson. London M.A. 1937.

The agricultural labourers' revolt of 1830 in Kent, Surrey and Sussex. Monju Dutt. London Ph.D. 1967.

The unrest in rural England in 1830, with special reference to Berkshire. N. Gash. Oxford B.Litt. 1934.

Social History

The social condition of England during the 17th century as illustrated by the Southampton documents. F.W. Camfield. London M.A. 1907.

The regulation of marital and sexual relationships in 17th-century England, with special reference to the county of Essex. A.D.J. Macfarlane. London M.Phil. 1968.

The parish overseer in Essex, 1597–1834. E.G. Thomas. London M.A. (Ext.) 1956.

English travellers abroad, 1604–67, their influence on English society and politics. J.W. Stoye. Oxford D.Phil. 1951.

A history of the Waterhouse charity, Halifax. J. Clayton. Leeds M.A. 1943.

The Gawdys of West Harling, Norfolk: a study of education and social life in the 17th century. C.D. Price. Wales M.A. 1950.

Sir John Wynne's History of the Gwydir family as an historical document. Mrs. Gwladys Roberts. Liverpool M.A. 1912.

English personal letters and private diaries of 1640–80: a study of the general mental attitude of the period as illustrated by individual types, together with a brief examination of the colloquial language of the time. Margaret T. Williamson. London Ph.D. 1929.

The subscription books of the diocese of Worcester and class structure under the later Stuarts. P. Morgan. Birmingham M.A. 1952.

The Warwickshire gentry, 1660–1730. A.M. Mimardière. Birmingham M.A. 1963.

French refugees in England during the 17th century. A.W. Nicholls. Oxford B.Litt. 1923.

Five studies of the aristocracy, 1689–1714. H.D. Turner. Cambridge Ph.D. 1964.

The English poor laws and social conditions. Dorothy Marshall. Cambridge Ph.D. 1925/6.

Thomas Firmin, F.R.S. (1632–97). H.W. Stephenson. Oxford D.Phil. 1949.

Demographic change in Bedfordshire from 1670 to 1800. N. Tranter. Nottingham Ph.D. 1966.

Sunday in the 18th century (1677–1837). W.B. Whitaker. London Ph.D. 1937.

The foundation and early history of Aske's Hoxton Hospital, 1689–1755. J.R. Meredith. Birmingham M.A. 1964.

Bristol Corporation of the Poor, 1696–1834. Emily E. Butcher. Bristol M.A. 1930.

The development of medicine in the Sheffield region up to 1815. Monica C. Hamilton. Sheffield M.A. 1957.

A history of medicine in Wales in the 18th century. J.G.P. Jones. Liverpool M.A. 1956/7.

The role of smallpox inoculation in the growth of population in 18th-century Britain. P.E. Razzell. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.

Some aspects of the rise of the medical profession in the 18th century as a factor in the growth of the professional middle classes. Bernice M. Smith. London Ph.D. 1951.

Life and times of Thomas Dover, M.A., 1662–1742. K.E. Dewhurst. Oxford B.Litt. 1954.

Workhouses in the 18th century, with particular reference to the industrial aspect. Elizabeth M.M. Zucker. Manchester M.A. 1925.

Poor law administration in Warwickshire - Butlers Marston, 1713–1822. Mrs. Joan Lane. Wales M.A. 1970.

A study of the methods of poor relief in the Winchester area, 1720–1845. L.F.C. Pack. Southampton M.A. 1967.

Some aspects of the history of the administration of the poor laws in Birmingham between 1730 and 1834. Mary McNaulty. Birmingham M.A. 1942.

The old and the new poor law in east Yorkshire, c. 1760–1850. N.D. Hopkin. Leeds M.Phil. 1968.

Phases of poor law policy and administration, 1760–1834. J.H. Howard. Liverpool M.A. 1921.

The administration of the poor laws in Dorset, 1760–1834, with special reference to agrarian distress. G.A. Body. Southampton Ph.D. 1965.

Antiokh Kantemir: a study of his literary, political and social life in England, 1732–8. R.J.M. Evans. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1959.

Vincenzo Martinelli and his circle in London, 1748–74. Elizabeth H. Thorne. London Ph.D. 1946.

A study of the private and political life of General Paoli during his thirty years' exile in England. Mrs. D.W. Frances St.C. Vivian. Cambridge M.Litt. 1948.

Humanitarian and religious elements in early English prison reform, 1773–1835. R.S.E. Hinde. Oxford B.Litt. 1948.

Ideas on social welfare, 1780–1834, with special reference to Friendly societies and allotment schemes. D.C. Barnett. Nottingham M.A. 1961.

The bishops and the poor law, 1782–1832. W.A. Parker. Manchester M.A. 1939.

Dr. Thomas Percival, a medical pioneer and social reformer, 1740–1804. R.B. Hope. Manchester M.A. 1947.

The life of Samuel Roberts, a Sheffield philanthropist, 1763–1848. T. Clitheroe. Leeds M.A. 1940.

The family economy of the working classes in the cotton districts, 1784–1833. Frances Collier. Manchester M.A. 1921.

The effects of migration from the countryside to the towns on the social lives, conditions and habits of English workers during the Industrial Revolution, as revealed by specified autobiographical evidence. S.H. Kim. Manchester M.A. 1965.

The development of the feminist idea in England, 1789–1833. Rub J.T. Saywell. London M.A. 1936.

British women writers and the origin of the feminist movement in England in the latter part of the 18th century. A.F. Watson. Manchester M.A. 1963.

The emigration policies and experiments of the British government after the Napoleonic Wars, 1815–30. H.J.M. Johnston. London Ph.D. 1970.

French emigres in England, 1789–1802: their reception and impact on English life. Ethel M. Wilkinson. Oxford B.Litt. 1953.

French artists visiting England, 1815–30. Suzanne Lodge. London Ph.D. 1966.

French travellers in England from 1820 to 1830. Ethel Jones. Wales M.A. 1925.

Gabriele Rossetti in England. E.R.P. Vincent. Oxford D.Phil. 1932/3.

ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY

General

The Savoy Conference of 1661: its background, chronology, documents and results. J.E. Aydelotte. Cambridge M.Litt. 1968.

A liturgical colloquy. An examination of the records of the Savoy Conference, 1661, with a judgement as to the abiding nature of the liturgical issues involved in the proceedings, proposals, disputations, declarations, and outcome of the conference. F.E. Ball. Oxford B.Litt. 1958.

Persecution and toleration in the period 1660–90. Lucy M. Burtt. Birmingham M.A. 1922.

The idea of toleration under the later Stuarts. G.S. Plant. London Ph.D. 1936.

Religious toleration in England in the years immediately following the Restoration. E.L. Orme. Bristol M.A. 1918.

Recusancy and Nonconformity in Devon and Somerset, 1660–1714. K.M. Beck. Bristol M.A. 1961.

Growth of the idea of religious toleration in England, 1689–1727. A.B. Miller. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1938/9.

The controversy concerning miracles in England during the 17th and 18th centuries, with special reference to the period 1700–50. E.K. Feaver. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1937.

The history of the S.P.C.K. in Wales from its foundation to the early years of the Welsh Methodist movement and of the Welsh Circulating Charity Schools, 1699–1740. Correspondence and minutes of the S.P.C.K. relating to Wales, 1699–1740. Mary Clement. Wales Ph.D. 1952.

Hanes yr S.P.C.K. yn Sir Gaerfyrddin o 1700 hyd 1750, gyda chyfeiriad arbennig at John Vaughan, Cwrt Derllys, a'i waith. (History of the S.P.C.K. in Carmarthenshire from 1700 to 1750, with special reference to John Vaughan, of Cwrt Derllys, and his work.) Mary Clement. Wales M.A. 1940.

The work of Henry Newman, secretary of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1708–43. L.W. Cowie. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1954.

Wesley and the Latitudinarians' controversy on grace. B.H. Smythe. Durham M.A. 1956.

The relation of Methodism and the Church of England between 1738 and 1830. W.R. Davies. Manchester M.A. 1959.

Methodism and the Church of England in Cornwall, 1738–1838: an historical survey of Cornish Methodism, its rise, growth, and relation to the Church of England. H.M. Brown. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1947.

The humanitarian movement in England in the 18th century, with special reference to the relation between the revival in religious life and industrial change: a study in the sociology of religion. W.J. Warner. London Ph.D. 1929.

The Rev. William Grimshaw (1708–63) and the 18th-century revival of religion in England. F. Baker. Nottingham Ph.D. 1952.

The evangelical revival in 18th-century England as reflected in the life and work of William Romaine (1714–95). D.G. Davis. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1949.

The evangelical revival as reflected in the life and works of John William de la Fléchère (1729–85). W.C. Lockhart. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1936.

John William Fletcher of Madeley as theologian. W.R. Davies. Manchester Ph.D. 1965.

The 18th-century Welsh awakening with its relationships to the contemporary English evangelical revival. R.W. Evans. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1956.

John Berridge, an early Evangelical. D.V. Treanor. Durham M.A. 1959.

The life of the Rev. Rowland Hill (1744–1833) and his position in the evangelical revival. P.E. Sangster. Oxford D.Phil. 1964.

The work of the Reverend Thomas Tregenna Biddulph, with special reference to his influence on the evangelical movement in the west of England. Leslie P. Fox. Cambridge Ph.D. 1954.

The attitude of Edmund Burke (1729–97) towards Christianity and the churches. J.E. McCabe. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1951.

Some aspects of the theory of religious toleration in England, 1787–1833. Ursula R.Q. Henriques. Manchester Ph.D. 1959.

Church and society in 18th-century Devon. A. Warne. Leeds Ph.D. 1964.

A survey of religious life in Birmingham, 1790 to 1830. C.F.B. Hubbard. Birmingham M.A. 1935.

Church of England

The rise and spread of Socinianism in England before 1689. H.J. McLachlan. Oxford D.Phil. 1949.

The Laudian party, 1649–62, and its influence on the church settlement of the Restoration. R.S. Bosher. Cambridge Ph.D. 1949.

The revival of Anglicanism during the Restoration period, with special reference to the diocese of Durham. C.H. Beaglehole. Durham M.Litt. 1947.

The treatment of social and economic questions by Anglican divines during the reign of Charles II. R.B. Schlatter. Oxford B.Litt. 1935.

The social and economic ideas in the writings of religious leaders, 1660–88. R.B. Schlatter. Oxford D.Phil. 1938.

Studies in the ecclesiastical court and archdeaconry of Nottingham, 1660–89. W.A. Pemberton. Nottingham Ph.D. 1952.

The events leading to Robert Sanderson's nomination to the see of Lincoln and his administration of the diocese, 1660–3. C.E. Davies. Oxford B.Litt. 1969.

The episcopate of Dr. Seth Ward, bishop of Exeter (1662–7) and Salisbury (1667–1688/9) with special reference to the ecclesiastical problems of his time. E. Anne O. Whiteman. Oxford D.Phil. 1951.

The Anglican 'Via media', with special reference to the ecclesiastical conditions in Lancashire during the years 1662–89. F.F. Rigby. Manchester M.A. 1943.

A study of the act books of the Court of Arches A6 and A7, covering the period from Michaelmas term 1668 to Michaelmas term 1670, together with the relevant documents still surviving. Mrs. Patricia M. Pugh. Oxford B.Litt. 1954.

William Sancroft, as archbishop of Canterbury 1678–90. R.A. Beddard. Oxford D.Phil. 1965.

The life and times of Thomas Tenison, 1636–1715. E.F. Carpenter. London Ph.D. 1943.

A study of Francis Turner, bishop of Ely 1684–90, with special reference to his political activity. C. Emmott. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.

The Huguenots and the Church of England. G.H. Sully. Leeds M.A. 1954.

The political faith of the English Nonjurors. Lucy M. Hawkins. London Ph.D. 1927.

The life and opinions of Henry Dodwell the elder, 1641–1711. J.S. Hannon. Liverpool M.A. 1960.

A history of the proprietary chapels of Bath. W.J. Jenkins. Bristol M.A. 1947.

The religious societies in the Church of England, 1678–1743, and their influence on John Wesley and the Methodist movement. D. Pike. Leeds M.A. 1960.

The various societies in the Church of England in the first half of the 18th century. G.V. Portus. Oxford B.Litt. 1911.

Edmund Gibson, bishop of London, 1669–1748. N. Sykes. Oxford D.Phil. 1923.

Bishop Gibson and the Convocation controversy. N. Sykes. Leeds M.A. 1921.

The Anglican Church and political parties, 1701–37. Sylvia L. Chandler. Birmingham M.A. 1930.

Higher ecclesiastical administration in the diocese of Carlisle, 1702–68. A. Armstrong. Birmingham M.A. 1951.

The political and ecclesiastical activities of William Nicolson, bishop of Carlisle, 1702–18. P.J. Dunn. London M.A. 1931.

The condition of the diocese of St. Davids during the first half of the 18th century, including the study of the relevant data in the 'Ottley Papers'. J.V. Davies. Wales M.A. 1936.

The foundation and early years of Queen Anne's Bounty. A.W.J. Savidge. London M.A. 1953.

The life and work of Bishop Zachary Pearce, 1690–1774. W.S. Andrews. London Ph.D. 1953.

White Kennett (1660–1728), bishop of Peterborough: a study in the political and ecclesiastical history of the early 18th century. G.V. Bennett. Cambridge Ph.D. 1954.

Thomas Sherlock, bishop of Bangor, Salisbury and London: his work for church and state. E.F. Carpenter. London M.A. 1934.

Isaac Maddox and the dioceses of St. Asaph and Worcester, 1736–59. J.L. Salter. Birmingham M.A. 1962.

Religious and educational movements in the diocese of St. Asaph in the 18th century. J.A. Thomas. Liverpool M.A. 1951.

Anglican theological thought, 1750–1833, with special reference to the pre-Tractarians. J.K. Boulton-Jones. Leeds Ph.D. 1968.

The Church of England in the county of Derbyshire, 1772–1832. M.R. Austin. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1969.

The life and interests of the Rev. Sir Richard Kaye, an 18th-century pluralist. J.T. Drinkall. Leicester Ph.D. 1965.

The life and thought of Alexander Knox, 1757–1831. J.T.A. Gunstone. Durham M.A. 1955.

The life and work of Alexander Knox, 1757–1831. G.W. Hughes. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1936/7.

The public work and influence of Shute Barrington, bishop of Durham, 1791–1826. G.G. Armstrong. Durham M.Litt. 1937.

The Clapham sect. E.M.F. Howse. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1934/5.

The Clapham sect: its history and influence. M.G. James. Oxford D.Phil. 1950.

Bishop Reginald Heber (1783–1826), poet, preacher, churchman. R.E. Makepeace. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1951.

William Van Mildert, bishop. R.A. Cochrane. Durham M.Litt. 1950.

Protestant Nonconformity

The origins of the English Independents, with some consideration of their spiritual relations with the Anabaptists. D.H. Jones. Birmingham M.A. 1929.

The origins and early history of Independency in Suffolk to 1688. H.D. Greenwood. Oxford B.Litt. 1949.

Presbyterians and Independents, 1603–85: their relation to the government, and its reactions on their relations with one another. E. Ingham. Manchester M.A. 1935.

The development of Independency in Derbyshire from the Restoration to the Methodist revival. R. Mansfield. Manchester M.A. 1951.

Some contributions to the early history of Nonconformity in Rossendale. Kathleen Gray. Wales M.A. 1942.

Early Nonconformity, with local illustrations. C.E. Wright. Leeds M.A. 1916.

Early Nonconformity in Lincolnshire. Jessie Plumb. Sheffield M.A. 1940.

Protestant Nonconformity and some social and economic questions, 1660–1800. E.D. Bebb. Sheffield Ph.D. 1934.

English Presbyterian thought from 1662 to the foundation of the Unitarian movement. Olive M. Griffiths. Bristol Ph.D. 1933.

Thomas Hall, 1610–65. A. Grime. Manchester M.A. 1925.

John Corbet, 1620–80. A. Grime. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1932/3.

John Flavel of Dartmouth, 1630–91. K.S. Chang. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1951/2.

Richard Baxter - Puritan and mystic. A.R. Ladell. Leeds M.A. 1922.

Richard Baxter's influence on English Nonconformity in the 17th and 18th centuries in organisation and theology. J.E. Roberts. Leeds Ph.D. 1950.

The Rev. Richard Baxter and Margaret Charlton: being an examination of 'The breviate of a life of Margaret Charlton' by Richard Baxter (1681) together with kindred material. J.T. Wilkinson. Birmingham M.A. 1930.

The Baptist movement in England in the late 17th century as reflected in the work and thought of Benjamin Keach, 1640–1704. W.E. Spears. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1953.

The 'discipline' of the Society of Friends as a regular national body, with particular reference to church government, based on a study of the epistles of the yearly meetings, 1669–1738. W.A. Lloyd. Cambridge Ph.D. 1947.

The political importance of English protestant Nonconformity, 1673–88. R.R. Osborn. Oxford B.Litt. 1937.

The Toleration Act of 1689 and freedom for protestant Nonconformists, 1660–1830. A.G. Cumberland. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1957.

The influence of Jonathan Edwards on the religious life of Britain in the 18th century and the first half of the 19th century. D.E. Edwards. Oxford B.Litt. 1954.

The life and work of Philip Doddridge, as illustrating the internal and external relationships of the English Independent churches during the first half of the 18th century. F.W. Harris. Oxford B.Litt. 1951.

The aims and practices of the English Dissenters from the close of Anne's reign to the rise of the Wesleyan movement. D. Coomer. Liverpool M.A. 1944.

The Quaker understanding of the ministerial vocation, with special reference to the 18th century. Mrs. Lucia K. Beamish. Oxford B.Litt. 1965.

John Kelsall, a study in religious and economic history. H.G. Jones. Wales M.A. 1938.

The roots and development of John Wesley's organisation. J.C.MacB. Miller. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1951.

The relation of William Law to John Wesley and the beginnings of Methodism. E.W. Baker. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1940/1.

John Wesley's conflict with Antinomianism in relation to the Moravians and Calvinists. E.P. Crow. Manchester Ph.D. 1964.

An examination of the views of John Wesley in relation to the protestant Reformation. R.G. Ashman. Wales Ph.D. 1949.

The history of Methodism in Cornwall in the 18th century. R.A.F. Mears. Oxford B.Litt. 1925.

The contribution of John Wesley to the social and educational life of Bristol and neighbourhood. G.T. Brigg. Bristol M.A. 1959.

Early Methodism in Bristol, with special reference to John Wesley's visits to the city, 1739–90, and their impression on the people. W.A. Goss. Bristol M.A. 1932.

The origins and influence of Methodism in the north Staffordshire potteries before 1820. R. Moss. London M.A. 1949.

The influence of the Methodist movement on social life in Wales. E.C. Lloyd. Oxford B.Litt. 1921.

The development and organisation of the Methodist Society in Wales, 1735–50. W.G. Hughes-Edwards. Wales M.A. 1966.

Early Methodist associations and societies in Wales. M. Gelly. Wales M.A. 1919.

The origin and growth of the Methodist movement in Wales in the 18th century, in the light of the unpublished MS. correspondence of Howell Harris at Trevecka. M.H. Jones. Wales Ph.D. 1929.

A study of Howell Harris and the Trevecka 'family' (1752–60). A.W. Owen. Wales M.A. 1957.

An analysis of the spread of Methodism in Yorkshire during the 18th and early 19th centuries (1740–1831), with special reference to the environment of this movement. B. Greaves. Leeds M.A. 1961.

Aspects in the rise of the Methodist movement in the industrial area of west Yorkshire, 1740–1830. J.F. Wilkinson. Birmingham M.A. 1964.

The Moravian Church in the north of England. G.C. Birch. Durham M.A. 1966.

Moravian and Methodist: relationships and influences in the 18th century. C.W. Towlson. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1955.

The Yorkshire Evangelicals in the 18th century, with special reference to Methodism. J.D. Walsh. Cambridge Ph.D. 1956.

The evangelical work of the Baptists in Leicestershire, 1740–1820. G. Jackson. London M.A. (Ext.) 1955.

Baptist laymen of the 18th century. T.R. Jones. Leeds M.A. 1938.

John Gill, Baptist theologian, 1697–1771. R.E. Seymour. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1954.

The Particular Baptists in England, 1760–1820. O.C. Robison. Oxford D.Phil. 1963.

Methodism and the working class, 1760–1821. E.P. Stigant. Keele M.A. 1968.

Abraham Booth, 1734–1806: a study of his thought and work. R.A. Coppenger. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1953/4.

The contribution of certain Methodists from the area of Llynan and Eifion (Caerns.) to religious education and literature, with special reference to the work of Sion Lleyn (John Roberts 1749–1817). R.L. Griffiths. Liverpool M.A. 1965/6.

The controversy between John Wesley and the countess of Huntingdon: its origin, development and consequences. J.E. Hull. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1959.

Selina, countess of Huntingdon. M. Francis. Oxford B.Litt. 1958.

The life and work of Thomas Haweis (1734–1820). A.S. Wood. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1950/1.

The life of the Rev. Robert Dall, 1745 to 1828. P. Smallpage. Liverpool M.A. 1929.

David Bogue, D.D., 1750–1825, pioneer and missionary educator. C. Terpstra. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1958/9.

The life and thought of Dr. Edward Williams, with special reference to his influence on Welsh and English Nonconformity. W.T. Owen. London Ph.D. 1960.

Adam Clarke, LL.D. (1760?–1832) as church leader in early Methodism. R.J. Wells. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1957.

The Bristol dispute of 1794/5, a crucial period in English Methodism, with a clarification and an assessment of the role of Joseph Benson. H.J. Downey. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1957.

The social and political influence of Methodism in the Napoleonic period, 1789–1815. M.L. Edwards. London Ph.D. 1934.

Rev. Richard Watson, 1781–1833, his work and religious thought. W.H. Littleton. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1955/6.

John Rippon, D.D. (1751–1836) and the Particular Baptists. K.R. Manley. Oxford D.Phil. 1967.

The life and teaching of Robert Hall, 1764–1831. M.H. MacLeod. Durham M.Litt. 1957.

Robert Hall (1764–1831): a study of his thought and work. G.J. Griffin. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1948.

William Roby (1766–1830) and the revival of Independency in Lancashire and the North. W.G. Robinson. Manchester Ph.D. 1951.

The revival of Dissent, 1800–35. M.B. Whittaker. Cambridge M.Litt. 1959.

Roman Catholicism

Catholic recusancy in Wiltshire, 1661–1791. J.A. Williams. Bristol M.A. 1961.

The position of Roman Catholics in England from 1685 to 1688. Louise S. Moore. Cambridge M.Litt. 1955.

The toleration of the Roman Catholics in England under William III and Anne. C. Robinson. Leeds M.A. 1933.

Catholics in Staffordshire from the Revolution to the Relief Acts, 1688–1791. Marie B. Rowlands. Birmingham M.A. 1965.

The Catholic body in England from 1715 to 1829, with special reference to the Catholic laity. C.P. Purcell. Oxford B.Litt. 1927.

The revival of Roman Catholicism in South Wales in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. G.J.J. Lynch. Wales M.A. 1941.

CULTURAL HISTORY

General

The education of girls in England, 1600–1800. Elizabeth M.D. Morris. London M.A. 1926.

The education of women in England, 1603–1715. Elizabeth S. Bier. Oxford B.Litt. 1928.

The education of Englishwomen in the 17th century. Phyllis Woodham Smith. London M.A. 1921.

The ideas and achievements of benefactors to English education in the 17th century, with particular reference to schools. Myrtle E.A. Boultwood. London M.A. 1952.

Arabic studies in 17th-century England, with special reference to the life and work of Edward Pococke (1604–91). P.M. Holt. Oxford B.Litt. 1952.

Hebraic studies in 17th-century England. A.D. Hallam. Leeds M.A. 1949.

Conservative opinion and the New Science, 1630–80, with special reference to the life and work of Meric Casaubon. M.R.G. Spiller. Oxford B.Litt. 1968.

The puritan contribution to scientific education in 17th-century England. C.E.A. Turner. London Ph.D. 1952.

Early Quaker education. Dorothy G.B. Hubbard. London M.A. 1939.

The history of Old English and Old Norse studies in England from the time of Francis Junius till the end of the 18th century. J.A.W. Bennett. Oxford D.Phil. 1938.

Sprat's History of the Royal Society, edited from the original copies and MSS., together with the comments of Henry Stubbe and others, remarks on the life of the author, a list of his works, notes, appendices and bibliography. H.W. Jones. Leeds Ph.D. 1948.

A consideration of problems concerning the origin and background of the Royal Society. Margery I.N. Purver. Oxford D.Phil. 1959.

Joseph Glanvill and the 17th-century reaction against enthusiasm. Mrs. Marion J. Waller, née Swift. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1968.

Education in Glamorgan, 1650–1800. U. Wiliam. Wales M.A. 1956.

The conflict of social, political and religious ideals in English education, 1660–1714. L.W. Cowie. London M.A. 1947.

French influence on English higher education, 1660–1730. J.W.A. Smith. Leeds Ph.D. 1956.

The grammar schools in England and Wales, 1660–1714. W.A.L. Vincent. Oxford D.Phil. 1967.

English grammar schools, 1660–1714. A.M.d'I. Oakeshott. London Ph.D. 1969.

The English mathematical schools, 1670–1720. J.B.L. Allen. Reading Ph.D. 1970.

Patterns of mathematical thought in the later 17th century, with particular reference to developments in England. D.T. Whiteside. Cambridge Ph.D. 1960.

A study of the educational aspects of the Huguenot settlements in England. P.J.F. Luget. London M.A. 1952.

The educational writings of John Locke: a critical edition. J.L. Axtell. Cambridge Ph.D. 1966.

The antiquarian collections of Nathaniel Johnston (1627–1705). Mrs. Janet D. Martin. Oxford B.Litt. 1956.

Ralph Thoresby and his circle: with special reference to the state of historical scholarship in his time. J.J. Saunders. London M.A. (Ext.) 1936.

The correspondence of Arthur Charlett (Master of University College, 1692–1722) in its antiquarian and historical aspects. S.G. Gillam. Oxford B.Litt. 1948.

The correspondence of Anthony Wood. With an edition of the Anthony Wood-Ralph Sheldon correspondence. E.G. McGehee. London M.A. 1954.

Richard Rawlinson, collector, antiquary, and topographer. B.J. Enright. Oxford D.Phil. 1957.

The historical and antiquarian interests of Thomas Tanner (1674–1735), bishop of St. Asaph. M.J. Sommerlad. Oxford D.Phil. 1962.

The life and work of Dr. William Stukeley (1687–1765). S. Piggott. Oxford B.Litt. 1946.

Attacks on scholars and scholarship in the late 17th and early 18th century. D.K.C. Todd. London Ph.D. 1963.

The life and work of Griffith Jones, Llanddowron, 1683–1761. J.G.T. Thomas. Leeds M.A. 1940.

Nonconformist academies in Wales in the 18th century. W.P. Thomas. Wales M.A. 1928.

The curricula of dissenting academies in the reign of George III. H.J. McLachlan. Manchester M.A. 1930.

The circulating libraries of the 18th century. Hilda M. Hamlyn. London M.A. 1948.

Abraham Tucker of Merton College, 1705–74. A.W. Hook. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1960/1.

Simon Ockley: his contribution to Arabic studies and influence on western thought. Azza M.A.H. Kararah. Cambridge Ph.D. 1955/6.

Dr. Isaac Watts - his pedagogic writings and their place in 18th-century education, together with introductory biographical material. J.H.K. Rose. London M.A. (Ext.) 1965.

The Society for the Encouragement of Learning, and its place in the history of publishing. C.H. Atto. London Ph.D. 1938.

The development of the provincial newspaper, 1700–60. G.A. Cranfield. Cambridge Ph.D. 1952.

Paper wars in the reign of Anne: a study of political journalism. Mrs. Lee S. Horsley. Birmingham Ph.D. 1970.

The life and works of George, Lord Lyttelton, 1709–73. A.V. Rao. London Ph.D. 1929.

A study of the literary and philosophical societies of the latter half of the 18th century in England. E.W. Jones. Wales M.A. 1956/7.

Thomas Tyrwhitt (1730–86) and his contribution to English scholarship. T.J.A. Monaghan. Oxford D.Phil. 1947.

The evangelical revival and the religious education of children, 1738–1800. P.E. Sangster. Oxford B.Litt. 1961.

Women writers on education, 1750–1800. N.M. Fletcher. London M.A. 1952.

St. John Baptist de la Salle: the work of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, and its significance in the history of English education. W.J. Battersby. London Ph.D. 1947.

Brasenose College in the time of Principal Ralph Cawley (1770–7). W.T. Coxhill. Oxford B.Litt. 1946.

The growth and importance of the newspaper press in Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield and Leeds between 1780 and 1800. D. Clare. Manchester M.A. 1960.

The life, works, and letters of Hannah More, with special reference to her influence in the social and educational movements of the 18th and early 19th centuries. Winifred J.E. Moul. London M.A. 1933.

The origins of elementary education in Somerset with particular reference to the work of Hannah More in the Mendips. P. Belham. Bristol M.A. 1953.

Elementary schools and school books in England at the close of the 18th and beginning of the 19th centuries. P.H. Sandall. London M.A. 1929.

The guiding ideas in British 18th-century natural history. P.C. Ritterbush. Oxford D.Phil. 1961.

The life and work of Smithson Tennant, M.D., F.R.S., 1761–1815, with an account of some aspects of 18th and early 19th century science. A.E. Wales. Leeds M.Sc. 1940.

William Hyde Wollaston and his influence on early 19th-century science. D.C. Goodman. Oxford D.Phil. 1965.

English political satire, 1800–30. J.E. Oxley. London Ph.D. 1941.

The contribution of Francis Place and the Radicals to the growth of popular education, 1800–40. J.L. Dobson. Durham Ph.D. 1959.

The educational history of the National Society, 1811–33. H.J. Burgess. London M.A. 1949.

The works schools of the Industrial Revolution in Wales. L.W. Evans. Wales Ph.D. 1953.

The early development of industrial education in Manchester. Patricia A. Stern. Manchester M.Sc. 1966.

The struggle for the freedom of the press, 1819–32. W.H. Wickwar. London M.A. 1926.

The London Magazine. 1820–9. T.R. Hughes. Oxford B.Litt. 1931.

Art and Architecture

Documentary sources on the history of artists' colours in England, c. 1600–1835. Rosamund D. Harley. London Ph.D. 1967.

The Smithson family, their work and drawings. M. Girouard. London Ph.D. 1957.

Craftsmen and their work in England, 1660–1720. G.W. Beard. Leeds M.A. 1969.

Sir Godfrey Kneller and the evolution of the English baroque portrait. J.D. Stewart. London Ph.D. 1968.

Sir Thomas Parkyns and his buildings. B.L. Twelvetrees. Nottingham M.Phil. 1970.

Joseph Smith, patron and collector. Mrs. Frances St.C. Vivian. London Ph.D. 1966.

Charles Bridgeman: royal gardener. P. Willis. Cambridge Ph.D. 1961/2.

The building and furnishing of Harewood House, 1755–1855. Anthea R. Mullins. Leeds M.A. 1967.

The restoration of Audley End, 1762–97. J.D. Williams. Wales M.A. 1964.

James Wyatt, architect, 1746–1813. A. Dale. Oxford B.Litt. 1935.

English country houses, 1780–1815. Sandra Blutman. London M.Phil. 1968.

William Wilkins, R.A. G. Walkley. Cambridge M.Litt. 1939/40.

Sir Jeffry Wyatville - architect to the king. D. Linstrum. Leeds Ph.D. 1970.

The Italianate fashion in early 19th-century England. C.P. Brand. Cambridge Ph.D. 1951/2.

LOCAL HISTORY

A survey of the manor in 17th-century Gower. G.H. Eaton. Wales M.A. 1936.

The parish in the 17th century in the North Riding. Eleanor Trotter. London M.A. 1913.

Watercourses in the parish of St. Margaret's, Westminster, in the 17th century; a problem of local administration. A.C. Wood. Oxford B.Litt. 1938.

Transcript and translation, with introduction and notes, of a 17th-century cartulary relating to Middlewich. Joan Varley. Liverpool M.A. 1938.

The corporation of the borough and foreign of Walsall. E.J. Homeshaw. Birmingham M.A. 1958.

The social and economic development of Wednesbury, 1650–1750. A.J. Bartley. London M.A. (Ext.) 1967.

The economic and social history of Leicester, 1660–1835. W.A. Jenkins. London M.A. (Ext.) 1952.

A survey of the economic and administrative life of Kingston-upon-Thames, 1660–1720. J. Whitter. London M.Sc. 1933.

The causes and progress of the financial decline of the corporation of London, 1660–94. J.R. Kellett. London Ph.D. 1952.

The rulers of London; the composition of the courts of aldermen and common council of the City of London, 1660 to 1689. J.R. Woodhead. London M.A. 1961.

The economic history of Cornwall in the 17th century. J.C.A. Whetter. London Ph.D. 1965.

The economy of Kent under the later Stuarts. D.C. Coleman. London Ph.D. 1951.

The economic development of Essex in the later 17th and early 18th centuries. K.H. Burley. London Ph.D. 1957.

The economic administration of Middlesex from the accession of Charles II to the death of George II, studied in the records of quarter sessions. E.G. Dowdell. Oxford D.Phil. 1928/9.

Minutes of proceedings in quarter sessions held for the parts of Kesteven in the county of Lincoln, 1674–95. S.A. Peyton. Reading Ph.D. 1931/2.

Politics and government in St. Albans, 1685–1835. H.C.F. Lansberry. London Ph.D. 1964.

Local government in St. Marylebone, 1688–1835: a study of the vestry and the turnpike trust. F.H.W. Sheppard. London Ph.D. 1953.

The activities of the corporation of the borough of Leicester from 1688 to 1835. R.W. Greaves. Oxford D.Phil. 1936.

A survey of local government in Hertfordshire, 1700–1832. H. Adams. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1931.

The provision and administration of bridges over the lower Thames, 1701–1801, with special reference to Westminster and Blackfriars. Patricia M. Carson. London M.A. 1954.

Nottinghamshire in the 18th century: a study of the movements leading to the industrial revolutions of the 19th century. J.D. Chambers. London Ph.D. 1927.

The economic and social condition of England on the eve of the Industrial Revolution, with special reference to Lancashire. L.W. Moffit. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1921.

The practice and functions of local government as illustrated in Lancashire towns in the century before the Municipal Corporations Act (1835), with a consideration of the more immediate effects of the reform. W. Scrivens. Liverpool M.A. 1934.

The work of the North Riding quarter sessions in the early 18th century. J.S. Cockburn. Leeds LL.M. 1961.

A calendar of the Merioneth quarter sessions rolls, 1733–65, with a critical and historical introduction. W.K. Williams-Jones. Wales M.A. 1967.

The economic development of Hull in the 18th century. G. Jackson. Hull Ph.D. 1960.

The social and economic development and organisation of the Lake District, 1750–1814. D. Berry. Manchester M.A. 1955.

Economic history of Poole, 1756–1815. E.F.J. Mathews. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1958.

The economic and social development of the St. Helens area during the latter half of the 18th century. J.R. Harris. Manchester M.A. 1950.

Studies in the history of Liverpool, 1756–83. Winifred M. Barrow. Liverpool M.A. 1925.

Liverpool during the Seven Years War. Marjorie Buchan-Sydserff. Liverpool M.A. 1934.

The making of modern Liverpool, 1760–1820. H.A. Turner. Birmingham M.A. 1939.

A history of local government in Stockport between 1760 and 1820. J. Thorp. Manchester M.A. 1940.

The economic and social development of Stockport from 1815 to 1836. Phyllis M. Giles. Manchester M.A. 1950.

The history of Helston, 1768–91. H.S. Toy. Bristol M.A. 1931.

The Middlesex magistrate, 1760–1820: some social and economic aspects of the work of J.P.s. Iris E.V. Forrester. London M.A. 1934.

Local government in Gloucestershire, 1775–1800: a study of the justices of the peace and their work. Esther A.L. Moir. Cambridge Ph.D. 1955.

Civic government of Durham, 1780–1835. Mary Todd. Liverpool M.A. 1924.

Social and economic trends in the rural west Midlands, 1785–1825. J.M. Martin. Birmingham M.Com. 1960.

The condition of England during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic periods, as illustrated by the history of Birmingham between the years 1789 and 1815. D.J. Davies. Wales M.A. 1924.

The politics and administration of the borough of Morpeth in the late 18th century. J.M. Fewster. Durham Ph.D. 1960.

The government of Lancashire, 1798–1838. A.F. Davie. Manchester M.A. 1966.

Somerset, 1800–30: an inquiry into social and economic conditions. J.F. Lawrence. Durham M.Litt. 1939.

The social structure and development of London, c. 1800–1830. H.A. Shearring. Oxford D.Phil. 1955.

SCOTLAND

The human geography of the Firth of Forth and its hinterland in the 17th century. J.M. Hunt. Oxford B.Litt. 1959.

Dr. Edmund Castell, 1606–85. M. Zamick. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1934.

John Brown of Wamphray: a study of his life, work and thought. I.B. Doyle. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1956.

Pastoral care in the Church of Scotland in the 17th century. T.E. Weir. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1960/1.

The career and significance of Sir James Montgomerie of Skelmorlie (c. 1654–94). J. Halliday. Glasgow B.Litt. 1963.

The house of Hamilton in its Anglo-Scottish setting in the 17th century: with a calendar of the correspondence in the Hamilton archives at Lennoxlove to 1712. Rosalind K. Marshall. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1970.

The law, custom and practice of the parliament of Scotland, with particular reference to the period 1660–1707. G.W. Iredell. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1966.

The administration of Scotland during the reigns of Charles II and James VII. W.B. Gray. Oxford B.Litt. 1920.

The military forces and the public revenue of Scotland, 1660–88. W.B. Gray. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1922.

The political opposition to Lauderdale in Scotland, 1660–79. A.J. Patrick. Birmingham M.A. 1957.

Scotland under Lauderdale. Edith E.B. Thomson. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1928.

Archbishop Leighton: his characteristic position as theologian and ecclesiastic. D.S. Hopkirk. Oxford B.Litt. 1926.

A critical evaluation of the Scottish Conventiclers from the Restoration to the Revolution (1662–88). E.W. Etheridge. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1959.

James Fraser of Brea (1639–99): his life and writings, with special reference to his theory of universal redemption and its influence on religious thought in Scotland. D. Fraser. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1944.

The Presbyterian-Episcopalian controversy in Scotland from the Revolution settlement till the accession of George I: a survey and critical review with a bibliography and bibliographical notes. T. Maxwell. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1954.

The rise and development of the evangelical movement in the Highlands of Scotland from 1688 to 1800. J. MacInnes. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1941.

Reactions to Jacobitism in Scottish ecclesiastical life and thought, 1690–1760. D.H. Whiteford. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1966.

The Commission of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, 1690–1735. R.E. Green. Glasgow Ph.D. 1969.

Ecclesiastical discipline in the Church of Scotland, 1690–1730. R.M. Graham. Glasgow Ph.D. 1964.

Aspects of Arminianism in Scotland. M.C. Kitshoff. St. Andrews M.Th. 1968.

A social and economic history of the Highlands of Scotland from the Revolution of 1689 to the '45'. H. Holdsworth. Leeds M.A. 1936.

The political relations of England and Scotland under William III and Anne, with particular reference to the religious factors. A.C. Cheyne. Oxford B.Litt. 1954.

The Darien scheme and the Church of Scotland. J.C. Ramsay. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1949.

Ministers to the soldiers of Scotland. A.C. Dow. Aberdeen Ph.D. 1957.

The changing rural geography of Scottish lowlands, 1700–1820, with estate plans and bibliography. Betty M.W. Third. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1953.

Agricultural change in Roxburghshire and Berwickshire, 1700–1815. R.A. Dodgshon. Liverpool Ph.D. 1970.

Scottish farming in the 18th century. J.E. Handley. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1933.

The transformation of the Highlands of Scotland in the 18th century. H.J. Ewart. Aberdeen Ph.D. 1935.

Some aspects of the social and economic development of a Highland parish (Kirkmichael, Banffshire) in the 18th century. J.V. Gaffney. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1952.

Education in Edinburgh in the 18th century. A. Law. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1959.

The clubs and societies of 18th-century Scotland. D.D. McElroy. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1951/2.

Music and society in lowland Scotland in the 18th century. D.C. Johnson. Cambridge Ph.D. 1970.

Edinburgh magazines, 1739–1826. D.S.M. Imrie. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1936.

A social and economic history of Leith in the 18th century. J.S. Marshall. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1969.

The Union of England and Scotland considered with regard to the action of English statesmen and the development of opinion in England. P.W. Skirrow. Oxford B.Litt. 1927.

Queen Anne's ministers and the administration of Scotland, 1707–14. P.W.J. Riley. London Ph.D. 1957.

The Falls of Dunbar - an 18th-century mercantile family of Scotland. D.S. Alexander. Glasgow B.Litt. 1969.

The pastoral ministry in the Church of Scotland in the 18th century, with special reference to Thomas Boston, John Willison and John Erskine. S.A. Woodruff. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1966.

John Willison of Dundee, 1680–1750. W.D. Pomeroy. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1953.

The life and writings of Thomas Boston of Ettrick. W. Addison. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1936/7.

George Campbell (1719–96), his life and thought. A.R. McKay. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1950/1.

James Hog of Carnock (1658–1734), leader in the evangelical party in early 18th-century Scotland. C.L. Moffat. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1961.

The Scottish evangelical revival of 1742. A. Fawcett. Glasgow Ph.D. 1951/2.

John Glas (1695–1773). J.T. Hornsby. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1936.

The organisation of the Jacobite army, 1745–6. Jean E. McCann. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1963.

The religious and ecclesiastical life of the north-west Highlands, 1750–1843: the background of the Presbyterian emigrants to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. G.E. MacDermid. Aberdeen Ph.D. 1967.

The estate of Marchmont in the mid 18th century. G.S. Maxton. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1934/5.

Road development in Ayrshire, 1750–1835. A.K. Goodwin. Strathclyde M.Litt. 1970.

Moderatism and the moderate party in the Church of Scotland 1752–1805. I.D.L. Clark. Cambridge Ph.D. 1964.

The early development of Moderatism in the Church of Scotland. H.R. Sefton. Glasgow Ph.D. 1964.

The introduction and development of Wesleyanism in Scotland. D.L. Macfarlane. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1931/2.

The early Methodist lay preachers and their contribution to the 18th-century revival in Scotland. J.S. Wilder. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1948.

Archibald McLean, 1733–1812, Baptist pioneer in Scotland. R.D. Mitchell. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1950.

The early political careers of James 'Fingal' Macpherson (1736–96) and Sir John Macpherson (1744–1821). J.N.M. Maclean. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1967.

The Scottish Whigs and the reform of the court of session, 1785–1830. N.T. Phillipson. Cambridge Ph.D. 1967.

The Edinburgh professoriate, 1790–1826, and the university's contribution to 19th-century British society. A.C. Chitnis. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1968.

Archibald Bruce of Whitburn (1746–1816), with special reference to his view of church and state. R.G. Hall. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1954/5.

David Steuart Erskine, 11th earl of Buchan, a study of his life and correspondence. J.G. Lamb. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1964.

The origins of Congregationalism in Scotland. G.L.S: Thompson. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1932/3.

The life and work of James Alexander Haldane, 1768–1851. D.E. Wallace. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1955.

Greville Ewing (1767–1841): architect of Scottish Congregationalism. W.R.N. Gray. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1961/2.

William Tytler, his son Alexander Fraser Tytler (Lord Woodhouselee), and the encouragement of literature in late 18th-century Edinburgh. Claire Lamont. Oxford B.Litt. 1969.

The first Statistical Account as a basis for studying the agrarian geography of late 18th-century Scotland. Mrs. Valerie Morgan. Cambridge Ph.D. 1969.

The attitude of the clergy to the Industrial Revolution as reflected in the first and second Statistical Accounts. C.F. Smith. Glasgow Ph.D. 1953.

Aspects of the Scottish economy during the American War of Independence. N.E. McClain. Strathclyde M.Litt. 1968.

The influence of the French Revolution on religious life and thought in Scotland, with special reference to Thomas Chalmers, Robert Haldane and Neil Douglas. W.M. Kirkland. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1951.

Thomas Carlyle and Edinburgh, 1809–34. I.McD. Campbell. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1970.

Andrew Thomson, 1779–1831, leader of the evangelical revival in Scotland. J.W. Craven. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1956.

Thomas McCrie, D.D., churchman and historian. P.C. Wotherspoon. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1953.

The geography of the Nithsdale-Annandale region, Dumfriesshire, 1813–16. J.D. Wood. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1962.

Radical reform movements in Scotland from 1815 to 1822, with particular reference to events in the west of Scotland. W.M. Roach. Glasgow Ph.D. 1970.

The life and work of John Galt. Jennie W. Aberdein. Aberdeen Ph.D. 1934.

IRELAND

Local administration in the Irish counties prior to 1800, with particular reference to the period 1600–1800. J. Rafferty. Belfast M.Com.Sc. 1932.

The barony of Lecale, Co. Down: a study of regional personality. R.H. Buchanan. Belfast Ph.D. 1958.

The rise and decline of three ports of North Down - Bangor, Groomsport and Donaghadee. Barbara A. McNeill. Belfast M.A. 1955.

Anglo-Irish trade, 1660–1800. L.M. Cullen. London Ph.D. 1959.

The history of the Irish newspaper, 1685–1750. R. La V. Munter. Cambridge Ph.D. 1961.

Social conditions in Ireland in the 17th and 18th centuries as illustrated by early Quaker records. Isabel Grubb. London M.A. 1916.

English schools in Ireland in the 17th and 18th centuries. Catherine Murray. Belfast M.A. 1954.

The subscription controversy in Irish Presbyterianism from the plantation of Ulster to the present day, with reference to political implications in the late 18th century. W. McMillan. Manchester M.A. 1959.

The principle of nonsubscription to creeds and confessions of faith as exemplified in Irish Presbyterian history. R. Allen. Belfast Ph.D. 1944.

The relations between the Irish Presbyterians and the government from the Declaration of Indulgence (1687) to the repeal of the Test Act (1780). J.C. Beckett. Belfast M.A. 1942.

Huguenots in the ministry of the churches in Ireland - their place and contribution. J.C. Combe. Belfast Ph.D. 1970.

The political significance of the career of the earl of Tyrconnell in Irish history, and its relation to the cause of James II, 1685–91. Mary E. Brady. Cambridge M.Litt. 1943.

Irish economic thought and the Irish economy in the 18th century. A. Collins. Belfast M.Sc. 1970.

The Foster interest in Louth, 1700–1832. A.P.W. Malcomson. Belfast Ph.D. 1970.

Ireland and the administration of James Butler, 2nd duke of Ormonde, lord lieutenant of Ireland 1703–7. G.E.I. Crosby. Liverpool M.A. 1935.

The rise and decline of the Ballycastle coalfield and associated industries, 1720–1840. G.A. Wilson. Belfast M.A. 1951.

The 'undertakers' in Ireland and their relations with the lord lieutenant, 1724–71. J.L. McCracken. Belfast M.A. 1942.

Central and local administration in Ireland under George II. J.L. McCracken. Belfast Ph.D. 1948.

The government of Ireland, 1767–85: a study in Anglo-Irish political administration. Edith M. Johnston. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1956.

The more immediate effects of the American Revolution on Ireland, 1775–85. Theresa M. O'Connor. Belfast M.A. 1938.

Anglo-Irish commercial relations, 1779–85, with special reference to the negotiations of 1785. J.A.G. Whitlaw. Belfast M.A. 1958.

The impact of Wesley on Ireland. T.E. Warner. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1954.

The origin and nature of the Gracehill Moravian settlement (1764–1855), with special reference to the work of John Cennick in Ireland (1746–55). S.G. Hanna. Belfast M.A. 1964.

A political and ecclesiastical biography of Thomas Hussey, D.D., F.R.S. (1741/6–1803). J.S.B. Cullen. Oxford D.Phil. 1965.

The history and associations of the Belfast Charitable Society. R.W.M. Strain. Belfast Ph.D. 1955.

The education of Irish Catholics, 1782–1831. J.J. Sullivan. Belfast Ph.D. 1959.

The popular Catholic school in Ireland, 1782–1830. P.J. Dowling. London Ph.D. 1929.

A social and economic history of Belfast, 1790–1800. J.J. Monaghan. Belfast M.A. 1936.

The transformation of Presbyterian radicalism in the north of Ireland, 1792–1825. A.T.Q. Stewart. Belfast M.A. 1956.

The parliamentary background of the Irish Act of Union of 1800. G.C. Bolton. Oxford D.Phil. 1960.

The act of legislative union between Great Britain and Ireland, with particular reference to the political career of Castlereagh. H.M. Hyde. Belfast M.A. 1933.

A social and economic history of Belfast, 1801–25. J.J. Monaghan. Belfast Ph.D. 1940.

Irish parliamentary representation, 1801–20. P.J. Jupp. Reading Ph.D. 1967.

The Clare election, 1828. Helena P. Carberry. Liverpool M.A. 1934.