Britain: 19th and 20th Centuries

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BRITAIN: 19TH AND 20TH CENTURIES

For items covering the period 1800–32 see above under 1600–1832

POPULATION AND MIGRATION

The rural population of England and Wales, 1801–1951. S.W.E. Vince. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1955.

Changes in the distribution of the population since 1800. Winifred R. Luke. London M.A. (Ext.) 1939.

Cleveland and Teesside: a geographical study of population and occupational changes since 1800. Ida Bowes. London M.A. 1948.

Some aspects of the population growth and structure in the Warwickshire coalfield since 1800. R.C. Bunker. Birmingham M.A. 1952.

Berkshire: some studies based on the census returns. G.R. Lucas. Reading M.A. 1954.

Population and urban growth in east Bristol, 1800–1914. F. Hewitt. Bristol Ph.D. 1966.

Some aspects of the growth and distribution of population in Hertfordshire since 1801. D.J.M. Hooson. London Ph.D. 1955.

A study of planned urban and rural industrial settlements and communities in the United Kingdom during the 19th century. P. Taylor. Durham Ph.D. 1960/1.

Population change and population structure 1801–61 in the Peak district of Derbyshire. Ray Gurney. Liverpool Ph.D. 1970.

The population of Northamptonshire, 1801–1951. C.D. Morley. Birmingham M.A. 1957.

The changes in population distribution in the Tern 'basin' of north-east Shropshire, with special reference to the Wellington-Oakengates conurbation, 1801–1951. K.C. Riley. London M.A. 1958.

The economic significance of the present population distribution in Gloucestershire and its relationship to economic developments during the past 150 years in the county. H.C. Andrews. London M.Sc. (Ext.) 1956.

Urban change in East Anglia in the 19th century. Lucy Caroe. Cambridge Ph.D. 1966.

Stages in the growth of urban settlement in central Cornwall. M.E. Witherick. Birmingham Ph.D. 1963.

A study of the development of urban spheres of influence in Leicestershire. P.R. Odell. Birmingham Ph.D. 1954.

Leicester's rural-urban fringe: a study of industry and settlement. Gladys Starmer. Nottingham M.A. 1959.

Population in the dales of north-east England. A.E. Smailes. London M.A. 1933.

Aspects of the social geography of Nidderdale, Wensleydale and the northern part of the vale of York. R.J. Johnston. Manchester M.A. 1964.

The geographical significance of population changes in Carmarthenshire since 1802. F.G. Hannell. Bristol Ph.D. 1952.

A demographic study of central Snowdonia and its coastlands in the 19th century. Kathleen M. O'Kelly. Manchester M.A. 1961.

Population in central Wales: changes in number and distribution, 1801–1931. J.E.C. Jenkins. London M.A. 1939.

The geographical reasons for the growth of the population of south Staffordshire, east Warwickshire and Leicestershire from 1801 to 1931. Gladys M. Sarson. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1937.

Nineteenth-century changes in the distribution of population in the south Staffordshire coalfield. R.D. Bramwell. Birmingham M.A. 1935.

A sociological and statistical study of the population of the vale of Glamorgan during the first half of the 19th century. M.I. Williams. Wales M.A. 1939.

The migration of the wage-earning classes in England in the early part of the 19th century. A. Redford. Manchester Ph.D. 1922.

The geographical variation of rural population change in eastern Nottinghamshire, 1811–1911, with particular reference to the correlative effect on this variation of changes in agriculture, rural industry and transport. M.J. Croft. Leeds M.A. 1961.

A study of emigration from Great Britain, 1802–60. Monica G. Page. London Ph.D. 1931.

Emigration from the British Isles, 1815–1921. W.A. Carrothers. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1921.

The role of the United Kingdom in the transatlantic emigrant trade, 1815–75. M.A. Jones. Oxford D.Phil. 1956.

An inquiry into the changing distribution of population in the Chilterns since 1821. R.S.G. Brocklebank. London Ph.D. 1937.

An investigation of changes in population density and distribution, together with changes in agricultural practice in Pembrokeshire during the period 1831–1931. G.I. Lewis. Birmingham M.A. 1937.

Some geographical aspects of the depopulation of rural Wales since 1841. V.C. Davies. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1955.

A study of the changes in the distribution and density of population in Worcestershire during the period 1841–1931, and of the geographical factors involved. E.R.G. Wood. Birmingham M.A. 1950.

Population changes in Worcestershire (south of the Birmingham conurbation) and Gloucestershire, 1851–1951. A.T. Allen. Wales M.Sc. 1961.

Population migration into and from Staffordshire and Warwickshire, 1841–1901. R. Lawton. Liverpool M.A. 1950.

The upper Calder basin, Yorkshire, in the mid 19th century: a study in historical geography. B. Barnes. Manchester M.A. 1961.

Changes in industry, population and settlement on the exposed coalfield of south Yorkshire, 1840–1908. M. Jones. Nottingham M.A. 1967.

Population and settlement growth in the south Yorkshire coalfield. R. Blackledge. Birmingham M.A. 1951.

Aspects of the population and settlement geography of the South Wales coalfield, 1850–1926. P.N. Jones. Birmingham Ph.D. 1965.

The urban geography of the north-eastern rim of the Glamorgan coalfield. L.H. Bolwell. Wales M.A. 1961.

A study of socio-geographic change in the central Welsh marchland since the mid 19th century. G.J. Lewis. Leicester Ph.D. 1969.

The distribution of population in England and Wales in 1851. T.E. Hilton. Manchester M.A. 1938.

The internal migration of population in England and Wales, 1851–1911. J. Heads. Cambridge M.Sc. 1956.

Rural depopulation in Wales, 1881–1901: an enquiry into its extent, nature, causes, and consequences, with a brief discussion of some of the more important remedies. R. Jones. Belfast M.A. 1911.

The structure and classification of settlement in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. J.M. Griffiths. Reading M.A. 1955.

A study of the changes in the geographical distribution of industry and population in England and Wales during the 20th century. J.E.S. Orrin. Wales M.A. 1932.

A study of statistics of population and occupations in the counties, urban and rural districts of Wales, 1901–31. Mary A. Richards. Wales M.Sc. 1942.

Migration from the United Kingdom to the Dominions in the inter-war period, with special reference to the Empire Settlement Act of 1922. S. Wertimer. London Ph.D. 1952.

POLITICAL HISTORY

General

The geographic distribution of political opinion in the county of Glamorgan for the parliamentary elections 1820–1950. H.M. Williams. Wales M.A. 1951.

Political and electioneering activity in south-east Wales, 1820–52. I.W.R. David. Wales M.A. 1959.

Politics in Anglesey and Caernarvonshire 1826–52, with special reference to the Caernarvon boroughs. R.G. Thomas. Wales M.A. 1970.

Politics in the borough of Colchester, 1812–47. M.E. Speight. London Ph.D. 1969.

Political issues in the county of Kent, 1820–46. Julia H. Andrews. London M.Phil. 1967.

Sir James Graham as politician and Home Secretary, 1818–46. D.W.J. Johnson. Oxford B.Litt. 1948.

The political career of Sir John Bowring (1792–1872), between 1820 and 1849. G.F. Bartle. London M.A. 1959.

Sir Richard Vyvyan and Tory politics, with special reference to the period 1825–46. B.T. Bradfield. London Ph.D. 1965.

The political career of Henry, 3rd Earl Grey, 1826–52. R. Job. Durham M.Litt. 1959.

The relief of the Jewish disabilities in England, 1829–58. I. Shapira. London M.A. 1934.

Daniel O'Connell and Catholic emancipation. N.E.L. Guest. Birmingham M.A. 1931.

Daniel O'Connell and the Irish parliamentary party, 1830–47. A.D. Macintyre. Oxford D.Phil. 1963.

The development of a railway interest, and its relation to parliament, 1830–68. G.K. Roberts. London Ph.D. 1966.

Party politics in the county of Staffordshire during the years 1830–47. G.B. Kent. Birmingham M.A. 1959.

Politics in Leeds, 1830–52. D. Fraser. Leeds Ph.D. 1969.

Life and times of the Rt. Hon. Charles Buller. E. Sweetman. London Ph.D. 1952.

The early career and correspondence of Richard Wood, 1830–41. A.B. Cunningham. London Ph.D. 1956.

The life and work of H.S. Tremenheere. C. Holmes. Nottingham M.A. 1964.

James Silk Buckingham (1786–1855) - social and political reformer. S.T. King. London M.A. 1933.

The political career of Henry Goulburn, 1784–1856. W.J. Stranz. Durham M.Litt. 1949.

A consideration of the use of non-ministerial organisation in the administrative and executive work of the central government, with special reference to the period 1832–1919. B.B. Schaffer. London Ph.D. 1956.

A consideration of the experience, in Britain, of administrative commissions represented in parliament by non-ministerial commissioners, with special reference to the Ecclesiastical Commission, the Charity Commission and the Forestry Commission. F.M.G. Willson. Oxford D.Phil. 1953.

An enquiry into the change in the character of the house of commons, 1832–1901. J.A. Thomas. London Ph.D. 1926.

Public opinion and parliament since 1832. Dorothy C. Johnson. Oxford B.Litt. 1922.

The elimination of corrupt practices at British elections. C. O'Leary. Oxford D.Phil. 1959.

The comparative study of parliamentary representation in the new borough constituencies created in 1832. S.F. Woolley. London M.A. (Ext.) 1937.

The effects of the Reform Bill of 1832 on the Lancashire constituencies, especially Liverpool. W.K. Hunt. Manchester M.A. 1924.

Politics and party organisation in Oldham, 1832–1914. D. Bickerstaffe. Durham M.A. 1964.

Lincolnshire politics, 1832–85. R.J. Olney. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.

Politics and opinion in 19th-century Bradford, 1832–80, with special reference to parliamentary elections. D.G. Wright. Leeds Ph.D. 1966.

Elections and political behaviour in Durham and Newcastle, 1832–74. T.J. Nossiter. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.

The parliamentary representation of Wales and Monmouthshire during the 19th century - but mainly till 1870. O. Parry. Wales M.A. 1924.

The party politics of the Black Country and neighbourhood, 1832–67. V. Tunsiri. Birmingham M.A. 1964.

Parliamentary elections in Derby and Derbyshire, 1832–65. C.E. Hogarth. Manchester M.A. 1957.

The private member of parliament, 1833–68. J.K. Glynn. London Ph.D. 1949.

Financial aspects of a parliamentary career in aristocratic and democratic Britain: a study of the expense of membership in the house of commons, with special reference to the 19th century. W.B. Gwyn. London Ph.D. 1956.

The transition from Whiggism to Liberalism. D.G. Southgate. Oxford D.Phil. 1949.

Lord John Russell and the development of relations between parliament, cabinet and parties, 1832–52. Mildred E. Gibbs. Manchester Ph.D. 1928.

Lord John Russell and the leadership of the house of commons, 1835–41. V.B.P. Jones. Wales M.A. 1970.

The general elections of 1835 and 1837 in England and Wales. D.H. Close. Oxford D.Phil. 1967.

The idea of political representation in the United States and Great Britain, 1836–56. J.L. Moore. Oxford B.Litt. 1953.

Lord Melbourne's second administration and the opposition, 1837–41. R.H. Cameron. London Ph.D. 1970.

The relations of Sir Robert Peel with the Crown, 1837–46. J.W. Horton. Oxford B.Litt. 1950.

The opposition to Sir Robert Peel in the Conservative party, 1841–6. D.R. Fisher. Cambridge Ph.D. 1970.

The Victorian house of lords. A.L. Sachar. Cambridge Ph.D. 1923.

The Russell administration, 1846–52. F.A. Dreyer. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1962.

John Bright and the representation of Manchester in the house of commons, 1847–57. J. Skinner. Wales M.A. 1965.

The development of English socialism from 1848 to 1884. Muriel John. London M.A. 1934.

Administrative legislation and adjudication in Great Britain and the United States. E.R. Baltzell. Oxford D.Phil. 1923.

Public opinion and administrative reform in Britain between 1848 and 1854. A.D. Gidlow-Jackson. London M.A. 1958.

The concept of parliamentary representation in Great Britain, 1850–1918: a history of its development. A.P. Dean. Oxford B.Litt. 1951.

Francis Pulszky's political activities in England, 1849–60. T.G. Kabdebo. London M.Phil. 1969.

The Liberal party and nationalism, 1850–1914. G.E.H. Griffith. Wales M.A. 1957.

Cardiff politics, 1850–75. I. Humphreys. Wales M.A. 1970.

The political influence of the Prince Consort. U.F.J. Eyck. Oxford B.Litt. 1958.

Three Northumberland constituencies in the general election of 1852: North and South Northumberland and Tynemouth. Anne E. Carnick. Durham M.A. 1966.

The relations of statutory and voluntary authorities in public administration in England and Wales. Muriel McKie. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.

The changing role of the administrative class of the British home civil service, 1853–1965. G.K. Fry. London Ph.D. 1967.

Treasury control of civil establishments, 1856–74. M.W. Wright. Oxford D.Phil. 1963.

Specialist policy in government growth: aspects of state activity, 1860–1900. R.M. MacLeod. Cambridge Ph.D. 1967.

The social and political ideas of Frederic Harrison in relation to English thought and politics, 1855–86. P. Adelman. London Ph.D. 1968.

Aspects of academic radicalism in mid-Victorian England: a study in the politics of thought and action, with special reference to Frederic Harrison and John Morley. C.A. Kent. Sussex D.Phil. 1968.

Some aspects of the radical and democratic career of the 1st marquess of Ripon (1827–1909). A.F. Denholm. Wales M.A. 1966.

The life and career of Sir William Christopher Leng, 1825–1902: a prominent Victorian journalist. K.G. March. Sheffield M.A. 1966.

The early life and political development of James Keir Hardie, 1856–92. F. Reid. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.

The formation of the Liberal party, 1857–68. J.R. Vincent. Cambridge Ph.D. 1962.

The Liberal party on Merseyside in the 19th century. C.D. Watkinson. Liverpool Ph.D. 1968.

The growth of Liberal organisation in Manchester from the eighteen-sixties to 1903. P. Whitaker. Manchester Ph.D. 1956.

Disraeli. Dorothy I. Hart. Birmingham M.A. 1921.

Sir James Fitzjames Stephen: a study of his thought and life. J.P.C. Roach. Cambridge Ph.D. 1953.

The political career of Sir Edward Baines, 1800–90. J.R. Lowerson. Leeds M.A. 1965.

The career of Arthur Hamilton Gordon, 1st Lord Stanmore, to 1875. J.K. Chapman. London Ph.D. 1954.

Parliamentary elections in Blackburn and the Blackburn hundred, 1865–80. J.C. Lowe. Lancaster M.Litt. 1970.

The Reform Bill of 1867. P. Carter. Wales M.A. 1952.

The making of the Second Reform Bill. F.B. Smith. Cambridge Ph.D. 1962.

The debate on democracy at the time of the Second Reform Act, 1867. M.W. Davies. Wales M.A. 1969.

The evolution of the franchise in England, with special reference to the Reform Act of 1867 and to the political influence of organised Christianity. W.G.H. Cook. London M.Sc. 1922.

Central organisation and leadership in the Conservative party under the conditions created by the Reform Bill of 1867. E.J. Feuchtwanger. Southampton Ph.D. 1958.

British labour and parliament, 1867–93. W.K. Lamb. London Ph.D. 1933.

The cabinet in the late 19th century. S. Gale. Leeds M.A. 1956.

The English cabinet, 1868–1917. W. Yu. London Ph.D. 1937.

A geographical study of the results of British parliamentary elections from 1868 to 1910. D.J. Morrish. London M.Sc. (Ext.) 1955.

The general election of 1868: a study in the bases of mid-Victorian politics. H.J. Hanham. Cambridge Ph.D. 1954.

Mr. Gladstone's leadership of the parliamentary Liberal party, 1868–74. J.D. Clayton. Oxford D.Phil. 1961.

The political significance of R.A. Cross. T.O. Hughes. Wales M.A. 1954.

The rise of Richard Assheton Cross and his work at the Home Office, 1868–80. F.J. Dwyer. Oxford B.Litt. 1955.

The career of A.J. Mundella, with special reference to his Sheffield connections. Margaret Higginbotham. Sheffield M.A. 1941.

The radical attitude towards the monarchy and the house of lords, 1868–85. E.G. Collieu. Oxford B.Litt. 1936.

Social and political aspects of the British monarchy, 1870–87. E.T. Galpin. Cambridge M.Litt. 1952.

A study of the attitude and policies of the British political parties towards Welsh affairs, disestablishment of the church, education and governmental devolution, in the period 1870–1920. K.O. Morgan. Oxford D.Phil. 1958.

The history of the Co-operative party in Manchester and Salford. Cynthia I. Arditti. Manchester M.A. 1953.

John Morley: a political study, with special emphasis on the relationship between his political thought and practice. D.A. Hamer. Oxford D.Phil. 1965.

The political ideas of Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall, 1873–1903. Mrs. Parveen Hassan. Durham M.Litt. 1962.

The railway interest, 1873–1913. G. Alderman. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.

The history of civil procedure in the Supreme Court of Judicature since 1873. J.A. Burnes. Oxford D.Phil. 1958.

The influence of public opinion on the development of English law, 1880–1914. S.D. Temkin. Liverpool M.A. 1938.

The political career of Lord Randolph Churchill. Mary Dempsey. Liverpool M.A. 1949.

The origins of the revolt of the British labour movement from Liberalism, 1875–1906. D.W. Crowley. London Ph.D. 1952.

Henry George and British socialism, 1879–1924. P.d'A. Jones. Manchester M.A. 1953.

H.M. Hyndman and British socialism, 1881–1921. C. Tsuzuki. Oxford D.Phil. 1959.

The influence of socialist ideas on English prose writing and political thinking, 1880–95. Mrs. Mira S. Wilkins. Cambridge Ph.D. 1957.

Origins and early history of the Independent Labour Party, 1880–1900. H.M. Pelling. Cambridge Ph.D. 1951.

The nature of propaganda and its function in democratic government: an examination of the principal theories of propaganda since 1880. T.H. Qualter. London Ph.D. 1956.

Liberalism in England, 1880–1914. W.G.K. Duncan. London Ph.D. 1930.

The decline of the Liberal party, 1880–1900. B.D. Rubinstein. London Ph.D. 1956.

The Liberal party and the house of lords, 1880–95. J.E. Williams. Wales M.A. 1961.

The general election of 1880 in England, Scotland and Wales. T.O. Lloyd. Oxford D.Phil. 1959.

T.P. O'Connor and Liverpool politics, 1880–1929. L.W. Brady. Liverpool Ph.D. 1968.

Fabian doctrine and its influence in English politics. A.M. McBriar. Oxford D.Phil. 1949.

Fabianism and the Fabians, 1884–1914. E.J.E. Hobsbawm. Cambridge Ph.D. 1950.

Fabian thought and social change in England from 1884 to 1914. R.D. Howland. London Ph.D. 1942.

The Webbs: a study of the influence of intellectuals in politics (largely between 1889 and 1918). M. Warner. Cambridge Ph.D. 1966.

The origin and development of the standing committees of the house of commons, with special reference to their procedure, 1882–1951. G.M. Higgins. Oxford B.Litt. 1953.

Geographical aspects of parliamentary constituencies in the United Kingdom, with special reference to the period 1885 to 1948. G.E. Daniels. London M.A. 1963.

Economic and political origins of the Labour party from 1884 to 1906. Dorothy Good. London Ph.D. 1936.

London working-class politics and the formation of the London Labour party, 1885–1914. P.R. Thompson. Oxford D.Phil. 1964.

The Reform Bills of 1884 and 1885. R.C. Reed. Wales M.A. 1949.

The Third Reform Bill, 1884–5. G.A. Jones. Cambridge Ph.D. 1970.

Joseph Chamberlain and the Unauthorised Programme. A. Simon. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.

A study of the social origins and character of British political leaders, 1886–1936. W.L. Guttsman. London M.Sc. 1950.

The Liberal party and collectivism, 1886–1906. L.A. Clark. Cambridge M.Litt. 1957.

The Irish nationalist movement in Great Britain, 1886–1908. E.P.M. Wollaston. London M.A. 1958.

The earlier history of the Home Rule movement. Dorothy Freeling. Birmingham M.A. 1927.

The Salisbury administration and Ireland 1885–92. L.P. Curtis. Oxford D.Phil. 1959.

An analysis and criticism of the rhetoric of the debates on the Irish Home Rule Bill of 1886. R.A. Hufford. Durham M.Litt. 1959.

The genesis and significance of the 1886 'Home Rule' split in the Liberal party. D.G. Hoskin. Cambridge Ph.D. 1964.

The Liberal Unionist party until December 1887. J.K. Lindsay. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1955.

The general election of 1886 in Great Britain and Ireland. D.C. Savage. London Ph.D. 1958.

The great debate, 1893–4. J.F. Finn. Warwick M.A. 1968/9.

The educational and political work of the countess of Warwick, 1861–1938. Mrs. Margaret A. Blunden, née Haigh. Exeter M.A. 1966.

The Independent Labour Party, 1893–1918. C.T. Solberg. Oxford B.Litt. 1939.

An examination of the Labour party during its formative years, 1900–20. R.T. Spooner. Birmingham M.A. 1949.

Socialism in Gwynedd, 1900–20. C. Parry. Wales Ph.D. 1967.

The history of the Socialist Labour Party of Great Britain from 1902 until 1921, with special reference to the development of its ideas. D.M. Chewter. Oxford B.Litt. 1965.

The Socialist Labour Party and the working-class movement on the Clyde, 1903–21. Helen R. Vernon. Leeds M.Phil. 1967.

The press and parliamentary privilege in Britain during the 20th century. C.K. Seymour-Ure. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.

The development of the concept of 'national efficiency' and its relation to politics and government, 1900–10. G.R. Searle. Cambridge Ph.D. 1966.

Elections and the electorate in north-west England: an enquiry into the course of political change, 1900–14. P.F. Clarke. Cambridge Ph.D. 1967.

Parliamentary elections and party organisation in Walsall constituency, 1906–45. K.J. Dean. Birmingham M.A. 1969.

The general election of 1906. A.K. Russell. Oxford D.Phil. 1962.

Some aspects of the history of the Liberal party in Britain between 1906 and 1914. A.S. King. Oxford D.Phil. 1962.

Liberal policies and nationalist politics in Ireland, 1905–10. A.C. Hepburn. Kent Ph.D. 1968.

The development of parliamentary opposition in Britain, 1906–45, with special reference to the leader of the opposition. M.A. Mills. London Ph.D. 1970.

The Conservative party 1906–11: a study of the internal difficulties of the party. R.B. Jones. Oxford B.Litt. 1960.

Arthur Balfour and the leadership of the Unionist party in opposition, 1906–11: a study of the origins of Unionist policy towards the Third Home Rule Bill. J.R. Fanning. Cambridge Ph.D. 1968.

National and local issues in politics: a study of east Sussex and the Lancashire spinning towns, 1906–10. Grace A. Jones. Sussex D.Phil. 1964/5.

The political theory of the British Guild Socialists. S.T. Glass. Oxford B.Litt. 1963.

The British general elections of 1910. N. Blewett. Oxford D.Phil. 1967.

Evolution of a national party: Labour's political organisation, 1910–24. R.I. McKibbin. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.

The Parliamentary Labour party and its relations with the Liberals, 1910–14. S.E. Hassam. Aberdeen M.Litt. 1967.

The rise of the Labour party in Leicester. D. Cox. Leicester M.A. 1959.

The outsider: aspects of the political career of Sir Alfred Mond, 1st Lord Melchett (1868–1930). G.M. Bayliss. Wales Ph.D. 1969.

The deviations of the parliamentary system of the United Kingdom since 1911. P.H. Siriex. Oxford B.Litt. 1934.

The development of British socialist thought, 1912–18. J.M. Winter. Cambridge Ph.D. 1970.

The Unionists and Ireland. P.J. Buckland. Birmingham M.A. 1966.

The Ulster crisis: opposition to the Third Home Rule Bill, 1912–14. A.T.Q. Stewart. Belfast Ph.D. 1966.

Southern Unionism, 1885–1922, with special reference to the period after 1914. P.J. Buckland. Belfast Ph.D. 1969.

Unionist and Conservative members of parliament, 1914–39. J.M. McEwen. London Ph.D. 1959.

The decline of the Liberal party in the United Kingdom, 1914–26. J.M. McEwen. Manchester M.A. 1953.

The Liberal party during the First World War, with special reference to the split of 1916. E.I. David. Cambridge M.Litt. 1968.

The Liberal party: division and decline, 1916–29. N.C. Edsall. London M.A. 1960.

The Parliamentary Liberal party in Britain 1918–24. T.G. Wilson. Oxford D.Phil. 1959.

The political influence of organised ex-service men in England and Wales, 1917–57. J.G.G. Wotton. London Ph.D. 1960.

The 1918 election, with particular reference to the elections in South Wales, Somerset and Bristol. S.E. Hughes. Wales M.A. 1969.

The Independent Labour Party, 1918–32. A.J.B. Marwick. Oxford B.Litt. 1960.

The Independent Labour Party, 1918–32, with special reference to its relationship with the Labour party. R.E. Dowse. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1962.

The Liverpool Labour party, 1918–63. R.J. Baxter. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.

The evolution and working of the British electoral system, 1918–50. D.H.E. Butler. Oxford D.Phil. 1951.

The political life of Viscount Swinton, 1918–38. A. Earl. Manchester M.A. 1961.

British public opinion and government policy in Ireland, 1918–22. D.G. Boyce. Belfast Ph.D. 1969.

The economic and social policy of the Conservative party during the period 1919–39. S.G. Lees. Manchester M.A. 1953.

Unemployed labour as a pressure group in Great Britain, 1919–39. R.J. Irvine. Oxford B.Litt. 1951.

The formation of the Communist party of Great Britain, 1918–21. W.F.H. Kendall. Oxford B.Litt. 1966.

The origins of the Communist party of Great Britain and its early history, 1920–7. L.J. Macfarlane. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1962.

Some aspects of the politics of decontrol in Great Britain and the United States, 1919–21. Mrs. Susan M.H. Armitage. London Ph.D. 1968.

The 'shadow cabinet' in British politics, with particular reference to its development since 1922. D.R. Turner. Wales M.A. 1966.

The general election of 1922. M.S.R. Kinnear. Oxford D.Phil, 1965.

The British general election of 1929. E.A. Rowe. Oxford B.Litt. 1959.

The Labour government and the unemployment question, 1929–31. R.J.A. Skidelsky. Oxford D.Phil. 1967.

The British Fascist movement, 1932–40: its development and significance. R.J. Benewick. Manchester Ph.D. 1963.

The Commonwealth party, 1942–5. A.L.R. Calder. Sussex D.Phil. 1968.

Foreign and Colonial Relations

The origin and growth of the protectorate system, with special study of the system as developed in British colonial history (1800–48). W.E. Philpott. London M.A. 1934.

Aspects of British colonial policy 1825–37, with particular reference to the administrations of Major General Sir Richard Bourke in Cape Colony and New South Wales. Alice H.K. King. Oxford D.Phil. 1960.

Attitudes within the Colonial Office towards imperial control of colonial legislation, 1826–65, with particular reference to the South Australian crisis, which led to the passing of the Colonial Laws Validity Act. D.B. Swinfen. Oxford D.Phil. 1965.

The influence of the Wakefield School on British colonial policy. K.L.P. Martin. Manchester M.A. 1920.

The house of commons and foreign policy between the First and Second Reform Acts. A.C. Turner. Oxford B.Litt. 1948.

The exercise of the judicial function of the privy council, 1833–1954. F.O. Akinrele. Hull LL.M. 1955.

The problem of the Indian immigrant in British colonial policy after 1834. I. Mary Cumpston. Oxford D.Phil. 1950.

India, Britain, Russia: a study in British opinion, 1838–78. V.K. Chavda. Leeds Ph.D. 1961.

James Stephen, the development of the Colonial Office and the administration of three Crown colonies, Trinidad, Sierra Leone and Ceylon. T.J. Barron. London Ph.D. 1969.

Anti-slavery sentiment in Great Britain, 1841–54; its nature and its decline, with special reference to its influence upon British policy towards the former slave colonies. Elsie I. Pilgrim. Cambridge Ph.D. 1953.

British colonial administration, 1841–52. W.P. Morrell. Oxford D.Phil. 1927.

The character of the foreign policy of the earl of Aberdeen, 1841–6. Muriel E. Chamberlain. Oxford D.Phil. 1961.

The life of Sir Edmund Walker Head, Bart. J.A. Gibson. Oxford D.Phil. 1938.

Attitudes to peace and war in the eighteen-forties and the eighteen-nineties: a comparison of the two decades. Mrs. Mary A. McCollester. Cambridge M.Litt. 1965.

The ideas and activities of John Bright in relation to the empire, 1843–89. J.L. Sturgis. London M.A. 1963.

John Bright as a critic of foreign policy. Joyce E. Sanderson. Birmingham M.A. 1923.

The administration of the British diplomatic service and Foreign Office, 1848–1906. R.A. Jones. London Ph.D. 1968.

British foreign policy, 1850–71. J.C. Kite. Birmingham M.A. 1916.

The role of the British parliament in colonial affairs, 1850–60. Margaret W. Kerr. Oxford B.Litt. 1952.

Edmund Hammond, permanent under-secretary of state for foreign affairs, 1854–73. Mary A. Anderson. London Ph.D. 1956.

The attitude of the Colonial Office towards the working of responsible government, 1854–68. Dorothy P. Clarke. London Ph.D. 1953.

Great Britain and belligerent maritime rights from the Declaration of Paris, 1856, to the Declaration of London, 1909. M.R. Pitt. London Ph.D. 1964.

English policy and the execution of the treaty of Paris. W.E.E. Mosse. Cambridge Ph.D. 1950.

Sir Edward Hertslet and his work as librarian and keeper of the papers of the Foreign Office from 1857 to 1896. Shirley Hall. London M.A. 1958.

The formation of policy in the India Office, 1858–66; with special reference to the Political, Judicial, Revenue, Public and Public Works Departments. D. Williams. Oxford D.Phil. 1962.

The foreign policy of Lord Malmesbury, 1858–9. H. Hearder. London Ph.D. 1954.

The role of free trade treaties in British foreign policy, 1859–71. A. Iliasu. London Ph.D. 1965.

The colonial policy of the 5th duke of Newcastle, 1859–64. C.C. Eldridge. Nottingham Ph.D. 1966.

Idealism and foreign policy: a study of the relations of Great Britain with Germany and France, 1860–78. Anna A.W. Ramsay. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1925.

The select committee of 1861 on colonial military expenditure, and its antecedents. Marjorie G. Chappell. London M.A. 1933.

From status to contract: a biographical study of Sir Henry Maine, 1822–88. G.A. Feaver. London Ph.D. 1962.

Edward Cardwell at the Colonial Office, 1864–6 - some aspects of his policy and ideas. Gabrielle J. Sellers. Oxford B.Litt. 1958.

The foreign secretaryship of Lord Stanley, July 1866 to December 1868. K. Bourne. London Ph.D. 1955.

The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council and the distribution of legislative powers in the British North America Act, 1867. G.P. Browne. Oxford D.Phil. 1963.

The place of foreign affairs in British party politics during the period 1868–92. T.M. Moloney. London M.A. 1957.

Imperial defence, 1868–87: a study in decisive impulses behind the change from 'colonial' to 'imperial' defence. D.M. Schurman. Cambridge Ph.D. 1955.

The discussion of imperial affairs in the British parliament, 1868–80. P.J. Durrans. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.

The influence of the treasury on the making of British colonial policy, 1868–80. Ann M. Burton. Oxford D.Phil. 1960.

The influence of parliament upon the foreign policy of the Gladstone government, 1868–74. Sheila Lambert. London M.A. 1949.

British policy in West Africa, the Malay peninsula and the South Pacific during the colonial secretaryships of Lord Kimberley and Lord Carnarvon, 1870 to 1876. W.D. McIntyre. London Ph.D. 1959.

A.J. Balfour and the evolution and problems of the British empire, 1874–1906. D.O'N. Judd. London Ph.D. 1967.

John Morley and the empire before 1886. D.J.B. Trotter. Manchester M.A. 1967.

British imperial policy, 1874–80. R.L. Kirkpatrick. Oxford D.Phil. 1953.

Evelyn Baring's liberal policies in Egypt and India, 1877–85. L.P. Burns. Cambridge Ph.D. 1967.

British public opinion and the rise of imperialist sentiment in relation to expansion in Africa, 1880–1900. Patricia F. Knight. Warwick Ph.D. 1969.

The views on imperial affairs of Henry Labouchere and his activities in this connexion, 1880–6. R.J. Hind. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1967.

Liberal imperialism, 1885–1906. R.W. Edwards. Wales M.A. 1957.

Factors and variations in Liberal and radical opinion on foreign policy, 1885–99. R.H. Gross. Oxford D.Phil. 1950.

Public opinion and the movement for disarmament, 1888–98. Merze Tate. Oxford B.Litt. 1935.

The colonial and imperial conferences, 1887–1911: a study in imperial organisation and politics. J.E. Kendle. London Ph.D. 1965.

The invasion of the United Kingdom: public controversy and official planning, 1888–1918. H.R. Moon. London Ph.D. 1968.

The internationalism in the work and thought of William Ewart Gladstone, with reference to present-day theory and practice of internationalism. J.D. Evans. Wales M.A. 1938.

The foreign policy of the Gladstone and Rosebery administrations, 1892–5. T.B. Miller. London Ph.D. 1954.

The imperial idea in English fiction: a study in the literary expression of the idea, with special reference to the works of Kipling, Conrad and Buchan. A.G. Sandison. Cambridge Ph.D. 1963.

The role of empire in English letters after Kipling. C. Conybeare. London M.Phil. 1968.

British opinion on the development of the Commonwealth of Nations, 1895–1926. F.S. Morley. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1931/2.

The Liberal party and foreign affairs, 1895–1905. T. Boyle. London M.Phil. 1969.

Liberal imperialists, 1895–1905. H.C.G. Matthew. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.

The Liberal party and South Africa 1895–1902. J.E. Butler. Oxford D.Phil. 1963.

Radical and Labour attitudes to empire, 1896–1914. B.J. Porter. Cambridge Ph.D. 1967.

Sir Wilfrid Laurier and the imperial problem, 1896–1906. J.A. Colvin. London Ph.D. 1955.

The attitude and policy of the main sections of the British labour movement to imperial issues, 1899–1924. I. Henderson. Oxford B.Litt. 1965.

The Boer War and the British working class, 1899–1902: a study in working-class attitudes and reactions to imperialism. R.N. Price. Sussex D.Phil. 1968.

The effects of the Boer War on British diplomatic relations, 1899 - April 1904. R. Hughes. Wales M.A. 1941.

British foreign policy, 1899–1902. J.A.S. Grenville. London Ph.D. 1954.

A history of the Pan-African movement in Britain, 1900–48. P.O. Esedebe. London Ph.D. 1968.

Aspects of defence policy, 1900–14, with particular reference to naval-military co-operation. J. Bertie. Manchester M.A. 1967.

The end of isolation: British foreign policy, 1900–5. G.W. Monger. Cambridge Ph.D. 1962.

Youth and empire: a study of the propagation of imperialism to the young in Edwardian Britain. J.O. Springhall. Sussex D.Phil. 1968.

British policy towards American-Japanese relations, 1901–7. R.W. Davies. London M.Sc. 1958.

The idea of economic imperialism, with special reference to the life and works of E.D. Morel. R. Wuliger. London Ph.D. 1953.

British pacifism, 1906–16: a study in the ideology and activities of the British peace movement during the early years of the 20th century. H.S. Weinroth. Cambridge Ph.D. 1968.

The elimination of war: an examination of the work of Sir Norman Angell. R.J. Feilding. Sussex M.Phil. 1966/7.

The elimination of war: a study of the writings of Sir Norman Angell on international affairs from 1903 to 1939. R. Goldstein. Wales M.A. 1966.

The Dominions Department of the Colonial Office: origins and early years, 1905–14. J.A. Cross. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1965.

The African policy of the Liberal government, 1905–9. R. Hyam. Cambridge Ph.D. 1963.

Opposition to Grey's foreign policy and its connection with the demand for open diplomacy. E.C. Sterne. Leeds M.A. 1957.

Radical Liberal criticism of British foreign policy, 1906–14. A.J. Dorey. Oxford D.Phil. 1965.

The Colonial Office and political problems in Ceylon and Mauritius, 1907–21. L.B.L. Crook. London Ph.D. 1969.

British defence strategy, 1906–14. D.W. Dawson. Manchester M.A. 1966.

The formulation of a continental foreign policy by Great Britain, 1908–12. M.L. Dockrill. London Ph.D. 1969.

The formation of British Labour's foreign policy, 1914–20. C.D. Armistead. St. Andrews M.Litt. 1970.

Attitudes to the war and to the conduct of the war on the western front, 1914–18. A.E. Brown. Wales M.A. 1967.

Politicians at war, July 1914 to May 1915: a study, with special reference to the emergence of David Lloyd George as a war leader. G.C.L. Hazlehurst. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.

The shell crisis of 1915. T. Holder. Liverpool M.A. 1967.

The development of British war aims, August 1914 - March 1915. M.G. Ekstein-Frankl. London Ph.D. 1969.

The abolition of war: a study in the ideology and organisation of the peace movement, 1914–19. K.G. Robbins. Oxford D.Phil. 1965.

A study of the ideology of pacifism and its background, with special reference to Britain, 1915–45. D.A. Martin. London Ph.D. 1964.

War aims, peace moves and strategy in British policy, 1916–18. V.H. Rothwell. Leeds Ph.D. 1970.

Lord Robert Cecil and the League of Nations. P.S. Raffo. Liverpool Ph.D. 1967.

The Dominions and British foreign policy, 1919–23: a study in intergovernmental co-operation. M.D. Henderson. London Ph.D. 1970.

Labour's foreign policy, 1919–24. T.Z. Winnicki. Cambridge M.Litt. 1950.

The theory and practice of internationalism in the British Labour party, with special reference to the interwar period. G.W. Shepherd. London Ph.D. 1952.

British public opinion and British naval policy, 1919–22. J.W. Sears. Oxford B.Litt. 1957.

Great Britain and the Locarno treaties (December 1924 - October 1925). C.E. Moreton. London M.Phil. 1969.

The foreign policy of the second Labour administration, 1929–31, with special reference to disarmament, foreign trade and the German situation. D. Carlton. London Ph.D. 1966.

British attitudes towards disarmament and rearmament, 1932–5. J.P. Kyba. London Ph.D. 1967.

The influence of the Dominions on British foreign policy, 1933–9. K.H. Boothroyd. Sheffield M.A. 1966.

The Spanish Civil War and British opinion. K.W. Watkins. London Ph.D. 1961.

British left-wing attitudes to the Spanish Civil War. D.P.F. Lancien. Oxford B.Litt. 1965.

British policy in Europe from the Munich Agreement to the Polish Guarantee, 29 September 1938 to 31 March 1939. R.J. Richards. Durham M.A. 1967.

Reform Movements and Labour Movement

The economic ideas of the urban industrial working class of England during the years 1800–50. W.H. Warburton. Birmingham M.Com. 1939.

Economic conditions and working-class movements in the city of Bath, 1800–50. R.S. Neale. Bristol M.A. 1962.

The working-class movement in the Black Country, 1815–67. G.J. Barnsby. Birmingham M.A. 1965.

History of the labour movement in England, 1825–52: the problem of leadership and the articulation of demands. D.C. Morris. London Ph.D. 1952.

London working-class movements, 1825–48. I.J. Prothero. Cambridge Ph.D. 1967.

London radicalism, 1829–41, with special reference to the relationship of its middle- and working-class components. D.J. Rowe. Southampton Ph.D. 1965.

A study in London radicalism: the Democratic Association, 1837–41. Jennifer A. Bennett. Sussex M.A. 1967/8.

Some aspects of Sheffield radicalism. Mrs. Betty Culcheth. Durham M.A. 1960.

Joseph Parkes of Birmingham and the part which he played in radical reform movements from 1825 to 1845. Jessie K. Buckley. London M.A. 1924.

The reform movement in Birmingham, 1830–48. H.G. Smith. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1929.

English radicalism, 1832–52. S. Maccoby. London Ph.D. 1934.

Welsh anti-slavery sentiments, 1795–1865: a survey of public opinion. G.E. Owen. Wales M.A. 1964.

Relations between British and American abolitionists from British emancipation to the American Civil War. D.M. Turley. Cambridge Ph.D. 1970.

Some connections between British and American reform movements, 1830–60, with special reference to the antislavery movement. L. Billington. Bristol M.Litt. 1966.

Some American reformers and their influence on reform movements in Great Britain from 1830 to 1860. Gloria C. Taylor. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1960.

Social aspects of the Chartist movement. H.J.R. Bennett. Birmingham M.A. 1927.

Chartism and the churches, with special reference to Lancashire. N.J. McLellan. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1947.

Chartism in Suffolk. H. Fearn. Sheffield M.A. 1952.

The Chartist movement in Wales. Myfanwy Williams. Wales M.A. 1919.

Chartism in Brighton. T.M. Kemnitz. Sussex D.Phil. 1969.

The life of James Bronterre O'Brien. A. Plummer. Oxford B.Litt. 1928.

George Julian Harney. A. Schoyen. London Ph.D. 1951.

Feargus O'Connor, Irishman and Chartist: a study of his life and work. E.L.H. Glasgow. Manchester Ph.D. 1951.

The teachings of Karl Marx: their influence on English labour organisations, 1850–1900. H. Morgans. Wales M.A. 1936.

The Northern Reform Union, 1858–62. C. Muris. Durham M.A. 1953.

George Howell and working-class politics, 1859–95. R.G.G. Wheeler. London M.Phil. 1969.

The Reform League, from its origins to the passing into law of the Reform Act of 1867. A.D. Bell. Oxford D.Phil. 1961.

The working classes, the Reform League and the reform movement in Lancashire and Yorkshire. M.R. Dunsmore. Sheffield M.A. 1961.

The reform movement in Northumberland. Florence M. Iddon. Liverpool M.A. 1923.

The activity and influence of the English positivists on labour movements, 1859–85. R.J. Harrison. Oxford D.Phil. 1955.

George Odger and the English working-class movement, 1860–77. D.R. Moberg. London Ph.D. 1954.

The women's suffrage movement in Britain, 1866–1914. Mrs. Constance M. Rover. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1966.

The politics of women's suffrage in Britain and the United States of America, 1906–20. D.R. Morgan. Cambridge Ph.D. 1967.

The British labour movement, 1868–1906. B.J. Atkinson. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.

The labour movement in Wigan, 1874–1967. D. Brown. Liverpool M.A. 1968/9.

The movement for direct labour representation in Wales, 1893–1906. K.O. Fox. Wales M.A. 1965.

The miners and politics in England and Wales, 1906–14. R.G. Gregory. Oxford D.Phil. 1963.

The impact of the labour unrest, 1910–14, on the British labour movement. J.D. Fraser. Leicester Ph.D. 1968.

The new liberalism in Great Britain and the United States - a study in reform thought, with special reference to the problem of industrial concentration. M.R. Wilson. Manchester M.A. 1967.

The labour movement in Birmingham, 1927–45. R.P. Hastings. Birmingham M.A. 1959.

Left-wing pressure groups in the British labour movement, 1930–40: some aspects of the relations between the Labour Left and the official leadership, with special reference to the experience of the I.L.P. and the Socialist League. S. Hornby. Liverpool M.A. 1965/6.

The Left in Britain, 1931–41. J. Jupp. London M.Sc. 1956.

ARMY, NAVY AND AIR FORCE

The development of English admiralty jurisdiction and practice since 1800. F.L. Wiswall. Cambridge Ph.D. 1967.

The army 1815–54 as an institution: to be considered as regards the administration, organisation, composition, and its relations to the political and social conditions of the country. M.F. Cunliffe. Oxford B.Litt. 1947.

Development of British naval gunnery, 1815–53. D.F. MacMillan. London Ph.D. 1967.

The introduction of the screw propellor into the navy, 1830–60. W.M. Petty. London M.Phil. 1969.

A history of the royal dockyard schools, with particular reference to the Portsmouth school. D.R. Jack. London M.A. (Ext.) 1969.

Manning the Royal Navy: the reform of the recruiting system, 1847–61. R. Taylor. London M.A. 1954.

The history of the introduction of the percussion breech-loading rifle into British military service, 1850–70. C.H. Roads. Cambridge Ph.D. 1961.

The army and public opinion from 1854 to the end of 1873. H.S. Wilson. Oxford B.Litt. 1955.

The naval defence of British sea-borne trade, 1860–1905. B.McL. Ranft. Oxford D.Phil. 1967.

The emergence of the modern British capital ship, 1863–70. S.L. Sandler. London Ph.D. 1965.

The introduction and operation of short service and localisation in the British army, 1868–92. B.J. Bond. London M.A. 1962.

The effect and impact of the administrative reform movement upon the army in the mid Victorian period. J. Wheaton. Manchester Ph.D. 1968.

Edward Cardwell's abolition of the purchase system in the British army, 1868–74: a study in the administrative and legislative processes. N.H. Moses. London Ph.D. 1969.

The origin and development of the British and Imperial General Staffs to 1916. J. Gooch. London Ph.D. 1970.

The origins and recruitment of the British army élite, 1870–1959. C.B. Otley. Hull Ph.D. 1965.

The Barracks Act of 1890: its motives and consequences, with special reference to Shorncliffe camp. R. Brook. Wales M.A. 1962.

The development of the British army, 1899–1914. J.K. Dunlop. London Ph.D. 1936.

The military departments and the Committee of Imperial Defence, 1902–14: a study in the structural problems of defence organisation. N.J. d'Ombrain. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.

The labour movement in Great Britain and compulsory military service, 1914–16. M.I. Thomis. London M.A. 1959.

The development of official treatment of conscientious objectors to military service, 1916–45. J.M. Rae. London Ph.D. 1965.

History of the development of the doctrine of strategic bombing, 1914–26. R.A. Leonard. London M.Phil. 1969.

The theory of strategic air power in the Royal Air Force, 1918–39: concepts and capabilities. N.H. Jones. London M.A. (Ext.) 1968.

The R.F.C. and R.A.F. in Macedonia: 1916–18. T.S.D. Neilon. Glasgow B.Litt. 1969.

ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL HISTORY

Finance

Capital investment in north-eastern England, 1800–1913. A.G. Kenwood. London Ph.D. 1962.

The growth of government expenditure in the United Kingdom in the 19th century. J. Veverka. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1961/2.

The origins and early history of savings banks in Great Britain. S.M. Procter. Liverpool M.A. 1929.

Fiscal policy and the silk industry, 1800–50. Z. Majid-Hamid. Leicester M.A. 1967.

The history of the public debts of the United Kingdom from 1815 to 1939, and the economic doctrine relating thereto. R.O. Roberts. Wales M.A. 1942.

Wales and the corn laws, 1815–46. T.H. Williams. Wales M.A. 1952.

Opinion on the operation of the bank rate, 1822–60. A.B. Cramp. London Ph.D. 1960.

The rise and growth of English joint stock banking. S.E. Thomas. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1934.

British sugar taxation since the Napoleonic Wars. J.L. Mackie. London Ph.D. 1939.

Some theoretical views on bank note circulation in England between 1827 and 1913. E.L.X. Coppieters. London M.Sc. 1953.

Ebenezer Elliott: a study, including an edition of his works. E.R. Seary. Sheffield Ph.D. 1933.

The history of slave compensation, 1833–45. R.E.P. Wastell. London M.A. 1933.

Manchester and the Manchester school, 1830–57. J.A. Williams. Leeds M.A. 1966.

The activities and organisation of the Anti-Corn-Law League, 1838–46. N. McCord. Cambridge Ph.D. 1956.

The free traders, 1840–6. Sarah J. Caldwell. Leeds M.A. 1911.

Sir Robert Peel and the free trade movement in the first half of the 19th century, especially during the years 1842–7. W.W. Rollinson. Birmingham M.A. 1930.

The history of the Imperial Continental Gas Association, 1824–1900: a study in British economic enterprise on the continent of Europe in the 19th century. N.K. Hill. London Ph.D. 1951.

The development of banking in the south-western counties in the 19th century, with particular reference to Devon and Cornwall in the period 1840–90. N.L. Armstrong. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1937.

Mr. Gladstone's fiscal and financial policy, 1841–5. F.E. Hyde. London Ph.D. 1931.

Lord Derby and the Protectionist party, 1845–52. R.M. Stewart. Oxford D.Phil. 1967.

Trends in business organisation in Great Britain since 1856, with special reference to the financial structure of companies, the mechanism of investment, and the relations between the shareholder and the company. J.B. Jefferys. London Ph.D. 1938.

Auditors in Britain: patterns of role continuity and change: a study in economic and accounting history. N. Aranya. London Ph.D. 1970.

A study of the British economy in the crisis of 1857. J.R.T. Hughes. Oxford D.Phil. 1955.

Joint stock company failures, 1862–1914. G.F. Todd. Oxford B.Litt. 1932.

Investment trusts and investment companies in the United States and Great Britain since 1868. S.L. Baskin. London Ph.D. 1966.

Joint stock companies in Great Britain, 1890–1930. A. Essex-Crosby. London M.Com. 1937.

The role of the state in British economics from 1870 to 1914. D.E. Bland. Durham M.Litt. 1968.

Home and foreign investment in Great Britain, 1870–1913. A.K. Cairncross. Cambridge Ph.D. 1935/6.

Home and foreign investment: some aspects of capital formation, finance and income in the United Kingdom, 1870–1913. C.H. Feinstein. Cambridge Ph.D. 1959.

British overseas investment in iron ore mining, 1870–1914. M.W. Flinn. Manchester M.A. 1952.

British investment in overseas mining, 1880–1914. J.W. McCarty. Cambridge Ph.D. 1961.

Sir Stafford Northcote's Sinking Fund and the redemption of debt between 1874 and 1914. P.C. Gordon Walker. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.

Aspects of taxation and expenditure in the United Kingdom, 1890–1914, with special reference to the growth of the social services. E.M. Bowen. Wales M.A. 1934.

Tariff reform and the Conservative party, 1895–1906. B.H.P. Turner. London Ph.D. 1967.

The origins of the tariff reform movement. B.H. Smith. Birmingham M.A. 1938.

The tariff reform movement, 1903–14. Mrs. Jean Wright. Oxford B.Litt. 1960.

The Unionist free traders, 1903–10. R.A. Rempel. Oxford D.Phil. 1967.

Fluctuations in new capital issues on the London money market, 1899 to 1913. G.L. Ayres. London M.Sc. 1934.

The British income tax since 1900. A.H.F. Dolley. Oxford B.Litt. 1929.

British overseas investment in the British empire, 1900–39. H.W. Richardson. Manchester M.A. 1961.

British capital export, 1900–13. J.H.A.M. Lenfant. London Ph.D. 1949.

The technique of government borrowing - a study of the methods employed by the British treasury in its borrowing operations, 1914–39. Y.-C. Ma. London Ph.D. 1942.

British financial policy and the trade cycle, 1918–39. G.D. Garton. Liverpool M.A. 1951/2.

British overseas investment, 1918–31. J.M. Atkin. London Ph.D. 1968.

Birmingham public opinion in relation to the economic development of the count y, and the achievement of the policies of protection and imperial preference in the period 1919–32. J.R.S. Marsh. Birmingham M.A. 1961.

Some aspects of British international monetary policy, 1924–31. D.E. Moggridge. Cambridge Ph.D. 1970.

Studies in the abolition of economic controls in Great Britain after the two world wars. D.H. Aldcroft. Manchester Ph.D. 1962.

Industry and Employment

General

The development of the industrial landscape of western South Wales during the 19th and 20th centuries. H.W.E. Davies. London M.Sc. 1955.

Economic development of Lonsdale in the 19th century. D.M. Clark. Liverpool M.A. 1968.

An economic geography of Montgomeryshire in the 19th century. J.M. Powell. Liverpool M.A. 1962.

The industrial history of Flintshire in the 19th century. P.T. Williams. Liverpool M.A. 1933.

The industrialisation of Flintshire in the 19th century, being an examination of the changes and developments in the principal industries from 1815 to 1914. C.R. Williams. Wales M.A. 1950.

Historical geography of manufacturing industry in the south-east of England in the 19th century. A.H. Shorter. Manchester M.A. 1948.

The organisation of industrial employment in England in the early 19th century. Marie Jones. Manchester M.A. 1933.

The factory system and the Factory Acts, 1802–50. Gertrude Baylis. Birmingham M.A. 1930.

Unemployment in British industries, 1815–50. A.D. Gayer. Oxford D.Phil. 1930/1.

The life and times of Thomas Attwood. K.E. Richardson. Nottingham Ph.D. 1965.

Co-operation and the Owenite-Socialist communities in Britain, 1825–45. R.G. Garnett. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1970.

The factory controversy, 1830–53. Mrs. Ann P.W. Robson. London Ph.D. 1958.

The factory movement, c.1830–1850. J.T. Ward. Cambridge Ph.D. 1957.

The development of factory legislation from 1833 to 1847: a study of legislative and administrative evolution. M.W. Thomas. London Ph.D. 1948.

The attitude of the Tory party to labour questions, 1832–46. R.L. Hill. Oxford B.Litt. 1928.

The movements for shorter hours, 1840 to 1875. J.S. Hodgson. Oxford D.Phil. 1940.

Industrial organisation in Leicester, 1844–1914: a study in changing technology, innovation and conditions of employment. P. Head. Leicester Ph.D. 1960.

The location of industry in metropolitan Essex. May Greenfield. London M.A. 1950.

The location of industry in London, 1851–1939. P.G. Hall. Cambridge Ph.D. 1959.

The location of industry in inner north-east London: a study in industrial geography. J.E. Martin. London Ph.D. 1961.

Industry in south-east London (Bermondsey and Southwark). M.D. Avery. London M.A. 1963.

A geographical analysis of the growth of industrial activity in the north-west London area. Mildred Gascoigne. Durham M.A. 1936.

The employment of married women in England, 1850–1950. Mrs. Leonore Lockwood. London M.A. 1956.

The employment of women in Great Britain, 1891–1921. Mrs. Sallie Hogg. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.

The industrial development of Birmingham and the Black Country, 1860–1914. G.C. Allen. Birmingham Ph.D. 1928.

The development of consumers' co-operation in the northeast coast area. N.S. Ross. Durham Ph.D. 1939.

Some social consequences of the casual labour problem in London, 1860–90, with particular reference to the East End. G. Stedman Jones. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.

The course of public opinion and legal decision, including legislation relating to economic combination and monopoly mainly in Great Britain, in the period 1880–1914. Leonora D.F. Peck. Wales M.A. 1929.

Factory legislation and its administration, 1891–1924. H.A. Mess. London Ph.D. 1926.

Trends in capital, employment and output in the British manufacturing industry, 1900–62. I. Aristidou. London Ph.D. 1966.

Industrial change and its effects upon labour, 1900–14. A.L. Levine. London Ph.D. 1954.

Labour and unemployment, 1900–14. K.D. Brown. Kent Ph.D. 1969.

The growth of manufacturing in the Brighton conurbation, 1901–63. B. Thompson. Sussex M.Phil. 1966/7.

Public ownership in Great Britain: a study in the origin and development of socialist ideas concerning the control and administration of publicly owned industries and services. G.N. Ostergaard. Oxford D.Phil. 1953.

New growth industries in an era of stagnation and depression, 1919–39. J. Harrop. Liverpool M.A. 1966.

The problem of unemployment in the United Kingdom, 1919–29. K.J. Hancock. London Ph.D. 1959.

The social and economic effects of unemployment in Manchester, 1919–26. F.J. Rosamond. Manchester M.A. 1970.

The social and economic effects of unemployment in the coal and steel industries of Sheffield between 1925 and 1935. B.J. Elliott. Sheffield M.A. 1969.

Changes in the economic geography of the vale of Gloucester since the First World War. K.J. Noyes. Manchester M.A. 1958.

Changes in the industrial geography of west Cumberland, 1928–57. Mary R. Hall. Manchester M.A. 1962.

Industrial Relations

The history of trade unions in the Yorkshire woollen and worsted industries during the 19th and 20th centuries. J.F. Weatherhead. Oxford B.Litt. 1924.

The progress of labour organisation in the pottery industry of Great Britain. W.H. Warburton. Oxford B.Litt. 1928.

A history of trade unionism in Leicester to the end of the 19th century. J. Walton. Sheffield M.A. 1952.

The history of the miner's bond in Northumberland and Durham: with special reference to its influence on industrial disputes. H. Scott. Manchester M.A. 1946.

The general strike during 100 years. A. Plummer. London M.Sc. 1927.

English trade unions and the problem of emigration, 1840–80. R.V. Clements. Oxford B.Litt. 1954.

Trade unions and public opinion, 1850–75. R.A. Buchanan. Cambridge Ph.D. 1957.

A history of trade unionism in the provincial printing industry during the 19th century. A.E. Musson. Manchester M.A. 1950.

History of industrial relations in the British printing industry. J. Child. Oxford D.Phil. 1953.

A hundred years of progress: the record of the Scottish Typographical Association, 1853–1952. Sarah C. Gillespie. Glasgow Ph.D. 1954.

Social and economic aspects of combination in the printing trade before 1875. J.H. Richards. Liverpool M.A. 1957.

The antecedents and beginnings of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers. T.H. Robinson. Oxford B.Litt. 1928.

Labour relationships in engineering and shipbuilding on the north-east coast in the second half of the 19th century. J.F. Clarke. Newcastle M.A. 1966.

Labour in the merchant service, 1850–1920. A. McGeogh. Birmingham M.Com. 1921.

British commercial travellers and their organisations, 1850–1914. B.J. Avari. Manchester M.A. 1970.

Trades councils in England and Scotland, 1858–97. W.H. Fraser. Sussex D.Phil. 1968.

Industrial conciliation and arbitration, 1860–1914. J.H. Porter. Leeds Ph.D. 1968.

Labour organisation of miners of south Yorkshire from 1858 to 1914. F. Machin. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.

Industrial relations in Birmingham and the Black Country, 1860–1914. A. Fox. Oxford B.Litt. 1952.

Wages and labour organisation in the brass trades of Birmingham and district. T.H. Kelly. Birmingham Ph.D. 1930.

Railway labour, 1830–70. P.W. Kingsford. London Ph.D. 1951.

Development of labour relations in the British railways since 1860. G.C. Halverson. London Ph.D. 1952.

The history of the Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants, 1871–1913. P.S. Gupta. Oxford D.Phil. 1960.

Labour relations in the baking industry in England and Wales since 1860, with special reference to the impact of technical and economic change on union administration and bargaining procedure. R.F. Banks. London Ph.D. 1965.

Agricultural labourers' trade unionism in four midland counties, 1860–1900. P.L.R. Horn. Leicester Ph.D. 1968.

Bradford women in organisation, 1867–1914. Mrs. J.C. Scott. Bradford M.A. 1970.

The growth of trade unionism in England from 1867 to 1906 in its political aspects. A.E.P. Duffy. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1956.

Aspects of trade union interest in judicial reform, 1867–82. D.C. Stainton. Southampton M.Phil. 1968.

The National Union of Teachers: a study of the political process within an association of professional workers. W. Roy. London Ph.D. 1963.

The status, functions and policy of the trade union official, 1870–1930. P.J. Head. Cambridge M.Litt. 1956.

Trade unionism in the Port of London, 1870–1914. J.C. Lovell. London Ph.D. 1966.

The origins and development of new unionism, 1870–1910. E.L. Taplin. Liverpool M.A. 1966/7.

The labour movement in Hull, 1870–1900, with special references to new unionism. R. Brown. Hull M.Sc. 1966.

A history of the trade disputes and the formation and operation of the several sliding scale agreements in the South Wales coal trade, 1870–1903, with special reference to the work of Sir William Thomas Lewis, 1st Baron Merthyr of Senghenydd. B. Evans. Wales M.A. 1944.

A study of industrial relations in the British tinplate industry, 1874–1939. E.H. Jones. Wales M.A. 1941.

The life and work of William John Parry, Bethesda, with particular reference to his trade union activities among the slate quarrymen of North Wales. J.R. Williams. Wales M.A. 1953.

The Liverpool Trades Council and politics, 1878–1918. S. Maddock. Liverpool M.A. 1958/9.

The history of the Manchester and Salford Trades Council. L. Bather. Manchester Ph.D. 1956.

The development of industrial relations in the Nottinghamshire coalfield. A.R. Griffin. Nottingham Ph.D. 1963.

Trade unionism in the coal industry until 1900, with particular reference to Lancashire. R.C. Challinor. Lancaster Ph.D. 1970.

A history of industrial relations in the South Wales coal industry to 1912. E.W. Evans. Wales Ph.D. 1955.

The political, social and economic factors influencing the growth of trade unionism among the Derbyshire coal miners, 1880–1944. J.E. Williams. Sheffield Ph.D. 1959.

Industrial relations and the social structure: a case study of the Bolton cotton-mule spinners, 1880–1910. E. Thorpe. Salford M.Sc. 1969/70.

Unskilled labour unions in South Wales, 1889–1914. P.W. Donovan. London M.Phil. 1969.

A study of the development of labour relations in the British furniture trade. N. Robertson. Oxford B.Litt. 1955.

The National Union of Agricultural Workers. M. Madden. Oxford B.Litt. 1957.

British newspaper journalism, 1900–56: a study in industrial relations. H.C. Strick. London Ph.D. 1957.

The Electrical Trades Union and the growth of the electrical industry to 1926. D.R. Lewis. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.

The National Transport Workers' Federation, 1910–27. G.A. Phillips. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.

The Workers' Union, 1898–1929. R. Hyman. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.

Methodism and syndicalism in the Rhondda valley, 1906 to 1926. C.E. Gwyther. Sheffield Ph.D. 1967.

Syndicalism and industrial unionism in England until 1918. E.L. Burdick. Oxford D.Phil. 1950.

The demand for 'Workers' Control' in the coal mining, engineering and railway industries, 1910–22. B. Pribićević. Oxford D.Phil. 1957.

Rank-and-file movements amongst the miners of South Wales, 1910–26. M.G. Woodhouse. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.

Rank and file militancy in the British engineering industry, 1914–18. J.S. Hinton. London Ph.D. 1969.

National consultation and co-operation between trade unionists and employers in Britain, 1911–39. R.F. Charles. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.

The National Minority movement: a study in the organisation of trade union militancy in the inter-war period. R. Martin. Oxford D.Phil. 1965.

The Durham Miners' Association, 1919–47. W.R. Garside. Leeds Ph.D. 1969.

A.J. Cook: miners' leader in the General Strike. W.G. Quine. Manchester M.A. 1964.

The miners' unions of Northumberland and Durham, 1918–31, with special reference to the General Strike of 1926. A. Mason. Hull Ph.D. 1968.

The relations between government and the trade unions in the General Strike of May 1926. L.D. Thomson. London Ph.D. 1952.

Labour relations in the South Wales coal mining industry, 1926–39. W.J. Anthony-Jones. Wales Ph.D. 1959.

Specific Industries

The Forest of Dean and Bristol-Somerset coalfields: a comparative study in industrial geography during the 19th and 20th centuries. J.F. Davis. London Ph.D. 1959.

Development and location of the clay brickmaking industry in the south-east Midlands of England since 1800. L.J. Collier. London Ph.D. 1966.

The location and development of London's leather manufacturing industry since the early 19th century. J. Statham. London M.A. 1965.

The Northampton boot and shoe industry and its significance for social change in the borough from 1800 to 1914. W.C. Griffin. Wales M.A. 1968.

Shoemakers of Somerset: a history of C. & J. Clark, 1833–1903. G.B. Sutton. Nottingham M.A. 1959.

An historical geography of the Cotswold woollen industry in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Irene Ellis. Wales M.A. 1946.

The credit structure of the West Riding wool textile industry in the 19th century. A.J. Topham. Leeds M.A. 1955.

Dewsbury Mills: a history of Messrs. Wormalds and Walker Ltd., blanket manufacturers of Dewsbury, with an economic survey of the Yorkshire woollen cloth industry in the 19th century. F.J. Glover. Leeds Ph.D. 1959.

A history of Messrs. John Foster & Son, Ltd., 1819–91. (With an outline history of the worsted industry during the 19th century.) E.M. Sigsworth. Leeds Ph.D. 1954.

The Yorkshire woollen and worsted industries, 1800–50. R.M. Hartwell. Oxford D.Phil. 1955.

Growth, decline and locational change in the English silk industry of the 19th century: a study in historical geography. P.D. Wilde. Keele Ph.D. 1970.

A history of the slate quarrymen in Caernarvonshire in the 19th century. Gweirydd Ellis. Wales M.A. 1931.

The historical geography of the copper mining industry in Devon and Cornwall from 1800 to 1900. J.C. Goodridge. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1967.

The silversmithing trade in London and the provinces in the first half of the 19th century. Shirley Bury. Reading M.A. 1959/60.

Industrial and social conditions in the Wrexham coalfield (1800–60). D.T. Morgan. Liverpool M.A. 1927.

The pitmen of Tyneside and Weardale: conditions of their life and work in the first half of the 19th century: with some reference to the keelmen and sailors engaged in the coal trade. Bessie B.F. Allan. Liverpool M.A. 1920.

Hours of work in the coal-mining industry of Great Britain since the early part of the 19th century, with special reference to Northumberland and Durham and with an account of certain movements connected therewith. N.H. Booth. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.

The history of the development of the steam engine to the year 1850, with special reference to the work of west-country engineers. W.R.M. Caff. London M.Sc. (Ext.) 1937.

The development and organisation of the British iron industry, 1815–67. A. Birch. Manchester M.A. 1951.

The career of Richard Smith (1783–1868), manager of Lord Dudley's mines and ironworks. R.P. Fereday. Keele M.A. 1966.

The Birmingham steel pen trade. F.L. Timings. Birmingham M.Com. 1926.

William Felkin, 1795–1874. S.D. Chapman. Nottingham M.A. 1960.

The development of the London brewing industry, 1830–1914, with special reference to Whitbread and Company. Diana M. Knox. Oxford B.Litt. 1956.

The rise of the British rubber industry. W. Woodruff. Nottingham Ph.D. 1953.

Regional functions of the mineral transport system in the South Wales coalfield, 1830–1951. E. Brooks. Cambridge Ph.D. 1958.

Changes in the location of the British glass industry since about 1833. C.M. Brown. London Ph.D. 1970.

The telegraph industry, 1837–90. J.L. Kieve. London M.Phil. 1970.

The Ashworth cotton factories and the life of Henry Ashworth, 1794–1880. R. Boyson. London Ph.D. 1967.

The history of John Bowes and Partners up to 1914. O.E. Mountford. Durham M.A. 1967.

Legislation relating to mining in the 19th century (1840–67). A.T. Flight. London Ph.D. 1937.

An examination of education and training in the coalmining industry from 1840 to 1947, with special reference to the work and influence of the mines inspectorate. R.H.B. Calvert. Nottingham M.Phil. 1970.

Her Majesty's inspectors of mines, 1843–62. A.J. Cassell. Southampton M.Sc. 1962.

History of tinplate manufacture in Llanelly. H. Hancocks. Wales M.A. 1965.

The history of the catering industry, with special reference to the development of J. Lyons & Co. Ltd. to 1939. D.J. Richardson. Kent Ph.D. 1970.

The metal-working machine tool industry in England, 1850–1914, with special reference to Greenwood and Batley Ltd. R.C. Floud. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.

The London letterpress printing industry, 1850–1941. B.W.E. Alford. London Ph.D. 1962.

The English cotton industry, 1850–96. D.A. Farnie. Manchester M.A. 1953.

The house of Spencer, 1853–91: a study in business history. P.L. Payne. Nottingham Ph.D. 1954.

The Sun Mill Co. Ltd.: a study in democratic investment, 1858–1959. R.E. Tyson. Manchester M.A. 1962.

A geography of the paper-making industry in England and Wales from 1860. P.W. Lewis. Hull Ph.D. 1968.

The Lancashire cotton famine, 1861–4. W.O. Henderson. London Ph.D. 1932.

A study of the location and migration of the furniture industry in metropolitan England. J.L. Oliver. London Ph.D. 1963.

The development of the engineering industries, with special reference to machinery production since 1870. J.M. Jackson. Manchester Ph.D. 1953.

The development and location of the specialist agricultural engineering industry, with special reference to East Anglia. C.J. Lines. London M.Sc. 1961.

The economic history of British shipbuilding, 1870–1914. S. Pollard. London Ph.D. 1951.

The economic development of the inland coal-fields, 1870–1914. B.R. Mitchell. Cambridge Ph.D. 1955.

The heavy iron and steel industry in South Wales and Monmouthshire, 1870–1950. J.P. Addis. Wales Ph.D. 1957.

The Monmouthshire and South Wales Coal Owners' Association, 1873–1914. L.J. Williams. Wales M.A. 1957.

The effect of the growth of an industrial concern (Brunner, Mond & Co.) on local politics and affairs in the Weaver valley, 1873–98. Hilda M. Rooke. Manchester M.A. 1965.

A history of the Lancashire cotton industry between the years 1875 and 1896. R. Smith. Birmingham Ph.D. 1954.

The location of the British car industry, 1888–1940. D.R. Littlewood. Leicester M.A. 1962.

Rolls Royce: the growth of a firm. I.S. Lloyd. Cambridge M.Sc. 1951.

Some aspects of the British motor manufacturing industry during the years 1919–30. A. Holme. Sheffield M.A. 1964.

The economic geography of the development and present position of Lowestoft as a port and holiday resort. A.H. Woolner. London M.Sc. (Ext.) 1956.

The development of settlement on the Isle of Thanet in its geographical setting, with special reference to the growth of the holiday industry. W.T.W. Morgan. London M.Sc. 1950.

The seaside resort towns of England and Wales. J.A. Barrett. London Ph.D. 1958.

The Lincolnshire coast holiday region. R.E. Pearson. Nottingham M.A. 1965.

The history and development of the iron and steel welded tube trade, with particular reference to the rise and eventual decline of the trade in the town of Wednesbury, Staffordshire. S.J. Langley. Birmingham M.Com. 1948.

The British electrical industry, 1875–1914. I.C.R. Byatt. Oxford D.Phil. 1962.

'The technological challenge': some aspects of the early development of the electrical lighting industry, with special reference to England and the U.S.A., 1882–1919. J.P. Brown. Sheffield M.A. 1964.

The development of the electricity supply industry in Great Britain. S. Judek. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1946/7.

The growth and progress of electrical manufacturing industry in Great Britain. Elsie Yates. Manchester M.A. 1936.

The development and organisation of the artificial silk industry in Great Britain. E. Jones. Wales M.A. 1940.

Mechanisation in British and American bituminous coal mines, 1890–1939. C.A. Pauli. London M.Phil. 1968.

The cotton spinning industry in the Oldham district, 1896–1914. F. Jones. Manchester M.A. 1959.

The tobacco manufacturing industry of Great Britain in the 20th century. W.C. Woolley. Wales M.A. 1953.

The sugar beet and sugar refining industry in the United Kingdom, 1900–52. E.D. Altschuler. Manchester M.A. 1953.

The development and location of the aluminium industry in the United Kingdom. T.G.L. Hopkins. Oxford B.Litt. 1958.

An economic history of the British aircraft industry, 1908–48. R.F. Ryder. Southampton M.Sc. 1957/8.

Developments in the British film industry before 1918. Rachel Low. London Ph.D. 1951.

The positions of the skilled and less skilled workman in the engineering and building trades (1914–25). J.R. Hicks. Oxford B.Litt. 1927.

The South Wales coalfield during government control, 1914–21. J. Thomas. Wales M.A. 1925.

The development of the road (motor) haulage industry in Great Britain, with special reference to the years 1918–46. S.M.B. Green. Oxford B.Litt. 1948.

The development of the South Wales tinplate industry, with special reference to 1919–39. E.E. Watkin. Wales M.A. 1949.

The British shipbuilding industry, with special reference to the period 1919–39. L. Jones. Wales M.A. 1952.

The British iron and steel trades since 1920. E. Davies. Wales M.A. 1937.

The United Kingdom meat market, 1920–59. R.H. Tuckwell. Cambridge M.Sc. 1963/4.

Trade

English foreign trade in the first half of the 19th century, together with some observations on the war period of 1793–1814. J.S. Jones. London M.Sc. 1928.

Retail trade in Great Britain, 1800–50. D.G. Alexander. London Ph.D. 1967.

The function of the merchant in specific Liverpool import trades, 1820–50. D.M. Williams. Liverpool M.A. 1964.

The policy of the Board of Trade in relation to British tariffs and foreign trade, 1830–42. Lucy M. Brown. London Ph.D. 1955.

Business in two continents, 1845–73. [Rathbones of Liverpool in America and Asia.] Sheila Marriner. Liverpool Ph.D. 1957/8.

The influence of the coal trade upon the development of the mercantile marine and the foreign trade of Great Britain during the second half of the 19th century. E. Pritchard. Oxford B.Litt. 1924.

Changes in the pattern of the British export trade (with special reference to the continent) between 1851 and 1873. Jean Cheetham. Manchester M.A. 1955.

British trade fluctuations, 1868–86: a chronicle and a commentary. W.W. Rostow. Oxford B.Litt. 1938.

The development of the overseas trade of the British empire, with particular reference to the period 1870–1939. K. Evans. Manchester M.A. 1956.

British overseas trade, 1870–1914. S.B. Saul. Birmingham Ph.D. 1953.

The British economy and the trade cycle, 1886–96. W.A. Sinclair. Oxford D.Phil. 1958.

The geographical basis, character and organisation of the import trade of London from the East Indies, with special reference to the 20th century. L. Brettle. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.

Transport and Communications

The dock companies in London, 1796–1864: a history of the agitation for, and provision of, wet docks in the Port of London. R.A.H. Page. Sheffield M.A. 1959.

A study of the function of Ipswich as a centre in East Anglia and its development as a port since 1805. A.J. Starr. London M.Sc. 1939.

The major provincial seaports of England, 1800–50, excluding their coastwise trade. D.F. King. Manchester M.A. 1959.

History of the port of Cardiff in relation to its hinterland with special reference to the years 1830–1914. T.M. Hodges. London M.Sc. (Ext.) 1946.

A geographical study of the trade of the Dorset ports, 1815–1914. P.J. Perry. Cambridge Ph.D. 1963.

The Holyhead road, 1810–42: a study in highway administration. M. Hughes. Wales M.A. 1963.

The development of road transport in Cumberland, Westmorland and the Furness district of Lancashire, 1800–85. L.A. Williams. Leicester Ph.D. 1967.

British railway management in the 19th century, with special reference to the career of Captain Mark Huish (1808–67). T.R. Gourvish. London Ph.D. 1967.

The origins and development of four constituent lines of the North-Eastern Railway, 1824–54. D. Brooke. Hull M.A. 1961.

The history of the Barry Dock and Railways Company in relation to the development of the South Wales coalfield. L.N.A. Davies. Wales M.A. 1938.

A railway geography of the east Midlands, 1830–1905. N. Cossons. Liverpool M.A. 1969.

The railway as a factor in the location of manufacturing industry in the east Midlands. G.E. Bell. Nottingham Ph.D. 1958.

A study of the transport facilities of the Nottinghamshire-Derbyshire coalfield. S.R. Shaw. London M.A. (Ext.) 1956.

Port developments and commerce of Newport, Monmouthshire, 1835–1935. Edith M.E. Davies. Wales M.A. 1938.

Geographical aspects of the railway industry. B.J. Turton. Nottingham Ph.D. 1960.

The evolution of the railway network of south-east England. E.A. Course. London Ph.D. 1958.

The growth of south-east London, 1836–1914, with special reference to the development of communications. Mrs. Eileen M. Rolfe, née Pierce. London Ph.D. 1968.

A century's extension of passenger transport facilities (1830–1930), within the present London Transport Board's area and its relation to population spread. Minnie L. Moore. London Ph.D. 1948.

The historical geography of the Newcastle and Carlisle railway system up to 1914. G. Whittle. Belfast M.A. 1969.

The history of employment in the British Post Office. L.S. Martinuzzi. Oxford B.Litt. 1952.

The development of public passenger transport services in Wales. E. Roberts. Wales M.Sc. 1960.

The historical geography of railways in Yorkshire. J.H. Appleton. Durham M.Sc. 1958.

The finances of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 1835–73. S.A. Broadbridge. London Ph.D. 1957.

Railways in the northern Pennines to 1880. H.W. Parris. Leeds M.A. 1954.

The regulation of railways by the government in Great Britain: the work of the Board of Trade and the Railway Commissioners, 1840–67. H.W. Parris. Leicester Ph.D. 1959.

Some geographical aspects of the construction of the London and Birmingham Railway and its influence on the growth of towns along the route. P.S. Richards. London M.A. 1957.

Studies in the railway geography of the Birmingham region. P.L. Clark. Birmingham M.A. 1952.

The East Anglian Railways Company: a study in railway and financial history. D.I. Gordon. Nottingham Ph.D. 1964.

The effect of the railways on the growth of the economy of England and Wales, 1840–70. G.R. Hawke. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.

History of the Eastern Counties railway in relation to contemporary economic development. Evelyn Doble. London Ph.D. 1939.

Sir William Mackinnon, shipowner, 1823–93. I.K. Orchardson. London Ph.D. 1970.

An examination of the factors which link Bristol dock policy with the development of the tramp shipping of the port, 1840–90. J.R. Stevens. Bristol M.A. 1940.

The changing industrial geography of the port and city of Bristol since 1851: a study in port function. D.J. Webb. London M.Phil. 1967.

A British ship-owning company in the late 19th and early 20th centuries: an analysis of the voyage accounts of William Thomson & Co. T.E. Milne. Glasgow B.Litt. 1966.

The development and decline of public transport services in mid Wales, 1861–1966, and the effects thereof. G.W. Jones. London M.A. 1968.

The tramways of Kingston-upon-Hull, 1871–1945. G.A. Lee. Sheffield Ph.D. 1967.

The streets and street traffic of Manchester, 1890–1914: a case study of the traffic problem. B.W. Beacroft. Leicester M.A. 1963.

An analysis of public passenger transport services in West Yorkshire, 1896–1963. D. Scrafton. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1968.

Government intervention in the British merchant service in the 19th century. R.G. Newey. Exeter M.A. 1970.

State subsidies to the British merchant marine, 1900–50. L. Saletan. London M.Sc. 1952.

The railway rates problem and combination amongst the railway companies of Great Britain, 1893–1913. P.J. Cain. Oxford B.Litt. 1968.

The economic development of the port of Bristol, 1900–45. F.E. Cooke. London M.Sc. (Ext.) 1953.

The beginnings of British civil air transport, 1919–24. E. Birkhead. Leicester M.A. 1959.

A political and economic history of the development of internal civil aviation in Great Britain from 1919 to 1939. H.C.L. Leech. Manchester M.A. 1950.

A geographical study of the evolution of civil air transport, 1918–57. A.F. Williams. Bristol Ph.D. 1960.

Agrarian History

The history of the agricultural geography of Great Britain since 1800. J. McDermott. London M.Sc. (Ext.) 1943.

A study of a rural and maritime community in the 19th century, with special reference to the relation between agriculture and shipping. D. Thomas. Liverpool M.A. 1928.

The response of agriculture in Staffordshire to the price changes of the 19th century. R.W. Sturgess. Manchester Ph.D. 1965.

Harvest technology and labour supply in Britain, 1790–1870. E.J.T. Collins. Nottingham Ph.D. 1970.

Aspects of agricultural and rural change in Kent, 1800–1900. D.W. Harvey. Cambridge Ph.D. 1961.

Some aspects of the economic geography of the Sussex South Downs and contiguous land in the 19th century. Aileen E. Swanwick. Cambridge M.Sc. 1952/3.

Economic and social aspects of landownership in the 19th century. F.M. Reid. Oxford B.Litt. 1957.

The draining of the marshlands of east Yorkshire. June A. Sheppard. London Ph.D. 1956.

Welsh agriculture, 1815–1914. D.W. Howell. London Ph.D. 1970.

The evolution of high farming, 1815–65, with reference to Herefordshire. E.L. Jones. Oxford D.Phil. 1962.

The agricultural labourer in west Oxfordshire: an account of some aspects of the life of west Oxfordshire agricultural labourers and the economic background in the 19th century. D.N. Bates. Birmingham M.A. 1955.

The Norfolk agricultural labourer, 1834–84. Lillie M. Springall. London Ph.D. 1935.

Changing attitudes to the employment of women and children on the land between the eighteen-thirties and the eighteen-seventies, with particular reference to the county of Sussex. Mrs. Ena M. Ainsworth. Sussex M.A. 1969/70.

Land use changes in West Gower, 1840–1950. J.C. Grove. Wales M.A. 1956.

Changes in land utilisation in the south-east of Denbighshire, 1840–1938. J.B. Jarvis. Wales M.A. 1940.

The land utilisation of the London basin: a study of the existing conditions and historical changes, 1840–1935. E.C. Willatts. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1937.

Changes in the agricultural geography of the parishes of Bockleton, Kyre Magna, Tenbury Township and Foreign (Worcs.) and Hampton Charles (Herefs.) from 1841 to c.1958. Mrs. Constance Pritchard. Birmingham M.A. 1965.

The changes in the numbers of agricultural labourers and in their wages and efficiency during the past fifty years, and the causes of these changes, with special reference to Wales. E. Hughes. Wales M.A. 1909.

The treatment of 'land' in English social and political theory, 1840–85. Mrs. Joyce Macaskill. Oxford B.Litt. 1959.

The economic and social background of the English landed interest, 1840–70, with particular reference to the estates of the dukes of Northumberland. F.M.L. Thompson. Oxford D.Phil. 1956.

The rural landscape of the Blackmore vale, c.1840. R.F.J. Chiplen. Exeter M.A. 1969.

An agricultural geography of Essex, c.1840. E.A. Cox. London M.A. 1963.

The agricultural geography of the Chilterns, c.1840. F.D. Hartley. London M.A. 1953.

The development of market gardening in England, 1850–1914. R.J. Battersby. London Ph.D. 1960.

Market gardening in eastern and central Bedfordshire. F. Beavington. London Ph.D. 1961.

A historical and economic study of the development and organisation of the market gardening industry in the vale of Evesham. H.J. Meredith. Oxford B.Litt. 1929.

Changes in land utilisation in the East Anglian Breckland during the past 100 years. E.H. Griffith. Wales M.A. 1955.

The influence of legislation and economic conditions on the rent of agricultural land since 1850, with special reference to East Anglia and with a statistical analysis of some East Anglian farm rents. Carleen O'Loughlin. Cambridge M.Sc. 1953.

A study of capital and rental values of agricultural land in England and Wales between 1858 and 1958. J.T. Ward. London Ph.D. 1960.

Landownership and rural population, with special reference to Leicestershire in the mid 19th century. D.R. Mills. Leicester Ph.D. 1963.

The history of the earl of Scarbrough's estate, 1860–1900. T.W. Beastall. Manchester M.A. 1954.

An examination of some factors influencing population changes in rural communities in an area of the north-east Midlands of England, 1861–1911, with special reference to the impact of agricultural depression. M.F. Bunce. Sheffield Ph.D. 1970.

The agricultural geography of the Chilterns, 1870–1951. J.T. Coppock. London Ph.D. 1960.

Agricultural co-operation in Hampshire. H. Newman. Cambridge M.Litt. 1949.

A portion of west Sussex: a study of agriculture and population. E. Cook. Liverpool M.A. 1939.

The history of landownership since 1870, with special reference to conditions in Cambridgeshire. J.J. Macgregor. Oxford B.Litt. 1938.

The economic development of agriculture in east Lancashire, 1870–1939. T.W. Fletcher. Leeds M.Sc. 1954.

English agriculture and the labourer, 1840–85, with special reference to the depression of the 'seventies'. Norah Yates. Birmingham M.A. 1930.

The effects of agricultural depression on the English estates of the dukes of Sutherland, 1870–1900. R. Perren. Nottingham Ph.D. 1967.

The making of a landed élite: social mobility in Lancashire society. R.O. Knapp. Lancaster Ph.D. 1970.

The draining of the Somerset Levels. M. Williams. Wales Ph.D. 1960.

Land reform, 1880–1919: a study of the activities of the English Land Restoration League and the Land Nationalisation Society. A.J. Peacock. Southampton M.A. 1962.

Jesse Collings and the back to the land movement. W.I. Wilks. Birmingham M.A. 1964.

The migration of farmers in relation to the economic development of agriculture in Great Britain since 1880. E. Lorrain-Smith. Oxford B.Litt. 1931.

A study of the changes that have taken place in farm size in Carmarthenshire since the end of the 19th century. J.W.G. Jasper. Wales M.Sc. 1959.

The progress of land settlement in England since 1892, with a historical introduction. G.-L. von dem Knesebeck. Oxford B.Litt. 1935.

An historical review of the development of British agricultural policies and programmes since 1900. A.V. Vickery. Oxford B.Litt. 1958.

The derelict villages of Durham County. A. Temple. Durham M.Litt. 1940.

British agricultural developments in the inter-war period 1919–39, with special reference to the contribution of interest groups. Priscilla J. Baines. Oxford B.Litt. 1969.

Labour on the land since 1920. W.H. Pedley. Oxford B.Litt. 1940.

A study of land-use changes in the period 1928–55 in part of south-west Yorkshire. R.M. Koerner. Sheffield M.A. 1961.

Social History

The development of the law relating to children in the 19th and 20th centuries. T.E. James. London Ph.D. 1957.

The reform of the law and administration of charities in the 19th century. B. Hargrove. London Ph.D. 1963.

Social conditions in the Black Country in the 19th century. G.J. Barnsby. Birmingham Ph.D. 1969.

The social history of British coalminers, 1800–45. P.E.H. Hair. Oxford D.Phil. 1955.

An historical study of the educational effects of the provision made for the social (as distinct from the scholastic) welfare of children and young persons in England since 1800. Christina L.H. Cowper. London M.A. 1930.

Magazines for women: a sociological study of their character and function in the period 1800 to the present day. Cynthia L. White. London Ph.D. 1968.

The Liverpool Corporate Estate: a study of the development of housing in the Moss Lake Fields area of Liverpool, 1800–75. P. Mathias. Liverpool M.A. 1956/7.

The history of food adulteration in Great Britain in the 19th century, with special reference to bread, tea and beer. J. Burnett. London Ph.D. 1958.

Aspects of the history of crime in England and Wales between 1805 and 1860. K.K. Macnab. Sussex D.Phil. 1965.

An account of the progress of penal reform in England from 1810 to 1930, together with some conclusions. H.H. Ayscough. London Ph.D. 1933.

The influence of social, economic and administrative change on crime and criminals in selected areas of England, 1815–75. J.J. Tobias. London Ph.D. 1965.

Bywyd a gwaith Dr. Owen Owen Roberts, 1793–1866. (The life and work of Dr. O.O. Roberts.) E.H. Owen. Wales M.A. 1939.

The life and work of James Braid, surgeon, with special reference to his influence on the development of hypnotism as an orthodox medical procedure. C.A.S. Wink. Oxford B.Litt. 1969.

Recreations and amusements of the industrial working classes in the second quarter of the 19th century, with special reference to Lancashire. K. Allan. Manchester M.A. 1947.

The growth and development of popular entertainment and pastimes in the Lancashire cotton towns, 1830–70. M.B. Smith. Lancaster M.Litt. 1970.

Capitalism and class-consciousness in earlier 19th-century Oldham. J.O. Foster. Cambridge Ph.D. 1967.

The development of Friendly societies in England, 1815–75. P.H.J.H. Gosden. London Ph.D. 1959.

Some aspects of social and political life in England during the 19th century in relation to contemporary theory. Nellie M. Waterson. Birmingham M.A. 1921.

Robert Owen and social legislation. E. Lloyd. Wales M.A. 1932.

The development of the poor laws in Caernarvonshire and Anglesey, 1815–1914. C.F. Hughes. Wales M.A. 1945.

The administration of the poor law in the West Riding of Yorkshire (1820–55). M.E. Rose. Oxford D.Phil. 1965.

The temperance question in England, 1828–69. B.H. Harrison. Oxford D.Phil. 1965.

Drink and sobriety in Wales, 1835–95. W.R. Lambert. Wales Ph.D. 1970.

Movements towards social reform in South Wales during the period 1832–50. Lillian Williams. Wales M.A. 1933.

The place of the Irish Catholics in the social life of the north of England, 1829–51. J.H. Treble. Leeds Ph.D. 1969.

The Irish in London - a study of migration and settlement in the past 100 years. J.A. Jackson. London M.A. 1958.

The origin and growth of the Irish community in Cardiff. J.V. Hickey. Wales M.A. 1959.

The influence of Christianity on social progress, as illustrated by the career of Lord Shaftesbury. J.W. Bready. London Ph.D. 1927.

The 7th earl of Shaftesbury as social reformer. Evelyn M. Wightman. Birmingham M.A. 1923.

Social administration in Lancashire, 1830–60: poor law, public health and police. E. Midwinter. York D.Phil. 1967.

Public opinion and the police in Lancashire, 1838–42. D. Foster. Sheffield M.A. 1965.

Machinery of public order in the Chartist period. F.C. Mather. Manchester M.A. 1948.

A study of local sanitary administration in certain selected areas, 1830–75. A.J. Archer. Wales M.A. 1968.

Edwin Chadwick and the public health movement, 1832–54. R.A. Lewis. Birmingham Ph.D. 1949.

Urban administration and health: a case study of Hanley in the mid 19th century. W.E. Townley. Keele M.A. 1969.

Public health in Leeds in the 19th century: a study in the growth of local government responsibility. Jean Toft. Manchester M.A. 1966.

The administration of the poor law in the rural areas of Surrey, 1830–50. W. Pike. London M.A. 1950.

A history of the relieving officer in England and Wales from 1834 to 1948. R.C. Mishra. London Ph.D. 1969.

Poor law administration in west Glamorgan from 1834 to 1930. J.E. Thomas. Wales M.A. 1951.

The education of pauper children in Monmouthshire, 1834–1929. D.B. Hughes. Wales M.A. 1967.

The care and education of pauper children in England and Wales, 1834 to 1896. A.M. Ross. London Ph.D. 1955.

The care and education of children in Union workhouses of Somerset, 1834–70. G.F. Baker. London M.A. (Ext.) 1960.

The education of pauper children: policy and administration, 1834–55. F. Duke. Manchester M.A. 1968.

Poor law and public health administration in the area of Merthyr Tydfil Union, 1834–94. T.D. Jones. Wales M.A. 1961.

The medical services of the new poor law 1834–71. Gladys R. Hodgkinson. London Ph.D. 1951.

The history of poor law administration in north-east Lancashire, 1834–71. R. Boyson. Manchester M.A. 1960.

Local administration of the poor law in the Great Broughton and Wirral Unions and the Chester Local Act Incorporation, 1834–71. M.D. Handley. Wales M.A. 1969.

The English poor law of 1834, with special reference to its working between 1834 and 1847: a study in social pathology. J.M. Mackinnon. London M.A. 1930.

The working of the new poor law, 1834–42. H. Levy. Manchester M.A. 1923.

Town-country relations in England and Wales in the pre-railway age, as revealed by the Poor Law Unions. Eileen M. Pierce. London M.A. 1957.

The administration of the poor law in the Unions of Southwell and Basford, 1836–71. M. Caplan. Nottingham Ph.D. 1967.

Poor law administration, 1840–3, with particular reference to the Cardiff Union. Valerie J. Russell. Wales M.A. 1967.

Victoria Park, Manchester: a study of its administration and its relations with local government, 1836–1954. M. Spiers. Manchester M.A. 1961.

Origins and achievements of Winchester College pupils, 1836 to 1934. T.J.H. Bishop. London Ph.D. 1962.

Influences on the growth of literacy in Victorian working-class children. A.C.O. Ellis. Liverpool M.A. 1970.

The royal household since the accession of Queen Victoria. Mrs. Angur B. Joshi. Oxford B.Litt. 1961.

Personal injuries claims in Victorian Britain. H. Smith. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1970.

Some aspects of the historical development and present organisation of voluntary welfare societies for adult deaf persons in England, 1840–1963. C.K. Lysons. Liverpool M.A. 1964/5.

The historical development, from the mid 19th century, of services for physically handicapped children, with special reference to the development of social work and its place in these services today. Margaret E. Paisley. London M.Sc. 1964.

The Rebecca riots in Wales. Mabel Williams. Wales M.A. 1913.

History of the Italian exiles in London, 1816–48. Margaret C.W. Wicks. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1930/1.

The European revolutionaries in London, 1848–70. H.P. Grosshans. Oxford B.Litt. 1950.

Housing in urban areas, 1840–1914. J.N. Tarn. Cambridge Ph.D. 1961/2.

The housing of the working classes in Britain, 1850–1914: a study of the development of standards and methods of provision. Winifred V. Hole. London Ph.D. 1965.

Fluctuations in house-building in the South Wales coalfield, 1851–1954. J.H. Richards. Wales M.A. 1956.

Family structure in 19th-century Lancashire. M. Anderson. Cambridge Ph.D. 1969.

The English middle-class concept of the standard of living and its relation to marriage and family size, 1850–1900. J.A. Banks. London M.A. 1952.

The effect of married women's employment in the cotton textile districts on the organisation and structure of the home in Lancashire, 1840–80. Margaret Hewitt. London Ph.D. 1953.

'The servant question': a study of the domestic labour market, 1851–1917. Sheila J. Richardson. London M.Phil. 1967.

Changes in the social status of women in England: an analysis of the married women's property and divorce controversies, 1854–7. P. Softley. Leicester M.A. 1962.

The Divorce Act of 1857: the genesis, and the arguments produced for and against it at the time. L. Bairstow. Durham M.A. 1951.

Women and poor law administration, 1857–1909. Mrs. Elizabeth M. Ross. London M.A. 1956.

The use of short-term building and repairing leases by Crown and corporate landowners on English urban estates in the 19th century, with special reference to London. D.A. Reeder. Leicester M.A. 1961.

Residential displacement by railway construction in north Lambeth, 1858–61. H.C. Binford. Sussex M.A. 1967/8.

The historical development and present-day significance of byelaw-housing morphology, with particular reference to Hull, York and Middlesbrough. C.A. Forster. Hull Ph.D. 1969.

Housing legislation in England, 1851–67, with special reference to London. Vera Zoond. London M.A. 1932.

The recruitment, regulation and role of prostitutes in Britain from the middle of the 19th century to the present day. Mrs. Helen R.E. Ware. London Ph.D. 1969.

The English prison officer, 1850–1968. J.E. Thomas. York D.Phil. 1970.

Geographical and historical aspects of the public water supply of London, 1852–1902. R.W. Morris. London Ph.D. 1941.

The history of the Caernarvonshire police force, 1856–1900. J.O. Jones. Wales M.A. 1956.

The rise and growth of the Liverpool police force in the 19th century. W.R. Cockcroft. Wales M.A. 1969.

The National Association for the Promotion of Social Science (1857–86): some sociological aspects. R.J. Pemble. Nottingham M.A. 1968.

The late Victorian revolt, 1859–95. P.T. Cominos. Oxford D.Phil. 1958.

The utilisation of hospital in-patient services for the physically ill in England and Wales between 1861 and 1938. R.A. Pinker. London M.Sc. 1965.

The origins and development of England's first state hospitals, with special reference to the services provided by the Metropolitan Asylums Board for patients with infectious diseases, 1867–1930. Gwendoline M. Ayers. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1967.

The genesis of modern British town planning: a study in economic and social history of the 19th and 20th centuries. W. Ashworth. London Ph.D. 1950.

Thomas Coglan Horsfall, 1841–1932, pioneer of the town-planning movement in England. Josephine P. Reynolds. Liverpool M.A. 1952/3.

The history of the Howard League for Penal Reform. A.G. Rose. Manchester Ph.D. 1960.

John Ruskin as social reformer. F.U. Stribley. Birmingham M.A. 1925.

The British anti-vaccination movement in the 19th century. D.L. Ross. Leicester M.Sc. 1968.

Sanitary administration of Liverpool, 1847–1900. W. Bate. Liverpool M.A. 1954/5.

The Ladies' Sanitary Association and the origins of the health visiting service. W.C. Dowling. London M.A. 1963.

The role of Dr. Dyke in the public health administration of Merthyr Tydfil, 1865–1900. B.A. Frampton. Wales M.A. 1968.

Some aspects of state activity in public health, 1858–71: with special reference to the Medical Department of the Privy Council and the Local Government Act Office. R.J. Lambert. Cambridge Ph.D. 1960.

Sanitary administration under the Local Government Board, 1871–88. R.K.J.F. Young. Oxford B.Litt. 1964.

The Charity Organisation Society and the rise of the Welfare State. C. Woodard. Cambridge Ph.D. 1961.

The British Humanist movement, 1860–1966. Mrs. Susan Budd. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.

George Jacob Holyoake and the secularist movement in Britain, 1841–61. E. Royle. Cambridge Ph.D. 1968.

The social sources of the Salvation Army, 1865–90. Christine Ward. London M.Phil. 1970.

The contribution of the Salvation Army to the religious and moral education of children and young people in Great Britain, 1865–1965. Marie K. Beard. London M.A. (Ext.) 1968.

The Conservative party and some social problems primarily affecting the condition of the working classes, 1866–80. P. Smith. Oxford D.Phil. 1965.

The organised provisions for cultural activities in urban centres and their impact on the community, 1870–1910, with special reference to the city of Bristol. Helen E. Meller. Bristol Ph.D. 1968.

The development of physical recreation in Liverpool in the 19th century. R. Rees. Liverpool M.A. 1967/8.

The development of physical recreation in the Birmingham district from 1871 to 1892. D.D. Molyneux. Birmingham M.A. 1957.

The English elementary school considered as an agent of social transformation, 1870–1918. E.G. Pells. Oxford B.Litt. 1928.

The condition of the rural population of England and Wales, 1870–1928. A study of physical and mental conditions of the rural population, (a) in relation to migration and its effects in age and sex selection, (b) in relation to income and standards of living, (c) in relation to changes in social organisation. D.J. Davies. Wales Ph.D. 1931.

The British medical profession and state intervention in public health, 1870–1911. Jeanne L. Brand. London Ph.D. 1953.

The concept of evolution in social theory from Spencer to Hobhouse. J.W. Burrow. Cambridge Ph.D. 1961.

The development of old age pensions policy in Great Britain, 1878–1925. Patricia M. Williams. London Ph.D. 1970.

The development of 'The new biography': biographies of the Victorians, 1881–1915. S.J. Walker. Nottingham Ph.D. 1959.

A study of English uniformed youth movements, 1883–1935: their origins, development and social and political influence. P. Wilkinson. Wales M.A. 1968.

Canon Barnett and the first thirty years of Toynbee Hall. Mrs. Emily K. Abel. London Ph.D. 1969.

The political left wing (the Liberals and emergent Labour party) and the issue of alien Jewish immigration, 1880–1910. J.A. Garrard. Manchester M.Sc. 1965.

The economic and social history of alien immigrants to Leeds, 1880–1914. J. Buckman. Strathclyde Ph.D. 1968.

The alien invasion: the origins of the Aliens Act. B. Gainer. Cambridge Ph.D. 1969.

The problem of unemployment in English social policy, 1886–1914. José F. Chambers. Cambridge Ph.D. 1970.

The Liberal party and the social problem, 1892–1914. H.V. Emy. London Ph.D. 1969.

Ideas concerning social policy and their influence on legislation in Britain, 1902–11. J. Brown. London Ph.D. 1964.

Housing in Coventry: the development of municipal action, 1890–1908. A.T. Mallier. Birmingham M.Soc.Sc. 1970.

Government and housing: a study in the development of social policy, 1906–39. P.R. Wilding. Manchester Ph.D. 1969/70.

Fifty years of public health and social welfare in Bath, 1896–1945. J.F. Blackett. Bristol M.A. 1949.

A study of social change and educational opportunity in west Cumberland from 1900 to the present day. Mrs. Mary H. Watkinson. London M.A. 1958.

The child in public care, 1900 to 1939: a historical study. N.G. Middleton. London M.Phil. 1968.

The Poor Law Commission, 1905–9: an investigation of its task and achievement. A. Maltby. Liverpool M.A. 1969.

Social legislation and theory in Great Britain from 1906 to 1914. T.W. Price. Oxford B.Litt. 1930.

Housing policy in four Lincolnshire towns, 1919–59. O.A. Hartley. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.

Fluctuations in investment in housing in Britain and America, 1919–39. G.P. Braae. Oxford D.Phil. 1960.

The approach of the Conservative party to social policy during World War II. H. Kopsch. London Ph.D. 1970.

Air raid shelters in Britain in the Second World War. Mary M.M. Harrison. Birmingham M.A. 1949.

The politics of race under the impact of migration: the United States (1900–30) and the United Kingdom (1948–68). I. Katznelson. Cambridge Ph.D. 1969.

ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY

General

The influence of the Church of England and dissent upon Methodism in the 19th century. F. Hunter. Manchester M.A. 1939.

Evangelicalism in England in the first half of the 19th century as exemplified in the life and works of William Jay (1769–1853). H.E. Pressly. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1950.

The attitude of the Evangelicals to the empire and imperial problems (1820–50). A.F. Madden. Oxford D.Phil. 1950.

Ebenezer Henderson (1784–1858), missionary, traveller, teacher, biblical scholar: his life and work in the north of Europe, with special reference to the great missionary awakening. J.H. Glassman. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1958.

William Palmer and the Orthodox Church. F.J. Thomson. Cambridge Ph.D. 1963/4.

The early Tractarians and the Eastern Church. P.E.O. Shaw. Oxford B.Litt. 1924.

The attitude of the Tractarians to the Roman Catholic Church, 1833–50. R.H. Greenfield. Oxford D.Phil. 1956.

The influence of North American evangelism in Great Britain between 1830 and 1914 on the origin and development of the ecumenical movement. J.W. White. Oxford D.Phil. 1963.

The part played in British social and political life by the protestant Nonconformists between the years 1832 and 1859, with special reference to the disestablishment of the Church of England. B.J. Mason. Southampton M.A. 1958.

The agitation for disestablishment of the Church of England in the 19th century (excluding Wales), with special reference to the minutes and papers of the Liberation Society. W.H. Macintosh. Oxford D.Phil. 1956.

Christian Socialism, its rise and development, its economic and social results, and its relation to other working-class movements. I. Evans. Wales M.A. 1912.

Robert Owen and Christian Socialism. F. Fraser. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1927.

The social and religious thought of Charles Kingsley, and his place in the Christian Socialist school of 1848–54. H.W. West. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1947.

Religious organisations in Wales considered in relation to economic conditions, 1850–1930. E.T. Lewis. Wales M.A. 1965.

The relations between organised religion and English working-class movements, 1850–1914. S.H. Mayor. Manchester Ph.D. 1960.

Religion and the working classes in mid 19th-century England. Hilary A. Evans. London M.Phil. 1970.

The churches and society in Leicestershire, 1851–81. D.M. Thompson. Cambridge Ph.D. 1969.

A factual and analytical account of the religious awakening in the United Kingdom in the years 1855–65. J.E. Orr. Oxford D.Phil. 1948.

The religious awakening of 1858–60 in Great Britain and Ireland. O. Bussey. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1947.

The influence of the Evangelicals upon the origin and development of voluntary charitable institutions in the second half of the 19th century. Kathleen J. Heasman. London Ph.D. 1960.

A study of the work of revivalist movements in Great Britain and Ireland from 1870 to 1914 and of their effect upon organised Christianity there. P.B. Morgan. Oxford B.Litt. 1961.

English churches and the working classes, 1880–1900, with an introductory survey of tendencies earlier in the century. K.S. Inglis. Oxford D.Phil. 1956.

The Labour Church and allied movements of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. D.F. Summers. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1958/9.

The relation of theology to social theory and action in the Christian Social movement in England from 1877 to 1914. E.V. Newman. Oxford B.Litt. 1936.

Christian Socialism in Britain and the U.S.A., 1880–1914. P.d'A. Jones. London Ph.D. 1964.

Frederick Lewis Donaldson and the Christian Socialist movement. Mrs. Barbara J. Butler. Leeds M.Phil. 1970.

Baron Friedrich von Hügel and the Modernist crisis in England. L.F. Barmann. Cambridge Ph.D. 1970.

Religion and politics in Liverpool since 1900. D.A. Roberts. London M.Sc. (Ext.) 1965.

Principles and characteristics of missionary policy during the last fifty years, as illustrated by the history of the London Missionary Society. N. Goodall. London Ph.D. 1950.

Authority in church and state: aspects of the thought of J.N. Figgis and his contemporaries. D.G. Nicholls. Cambridge Ph.D. 1962.

Church of England

The history of the English clergy, 1800–1900. C.K.F. Brown. Oxford D.Phil. 1949.

A sociological analysis of the clergyman's role, with special reference to its development in the early 19th century. A.J. Russell. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.

The intellectual development of E.B. Pusey, 1800–50. D.W.F. Forrester. Oxford D.Phil. 1967.

The attitudes of English churchmen, 1800–50, toward the Reformation. W.J. Baker. Cambridge Ph.D. 1966.

The diocese of Exeter, 1800–40. J.H. Bettey. Birmingham M.A. 1956.

Anglican church extension and related movements, c. 1800–1860, with special reference to London. B.I. Coleman. Cambridge Ph.D. 1968.

The Church Building Commission, 1818–56. M.H. Port. Oxford B.Litt. 1956.

Ecclesiastical reorganisation and church extension in the diocese of Llandaff, 1830–90. W.D. Wills. Wales M.A. 1965.

Bishop Blomfield. P.J. Welch. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1952.

The Church of England in its relations with parliament and Crown, 1825–45. L.O. Henderson. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1961.

Relations between church and state in England between 1829 and 1839. F.M. Scully. Oxford B.Litt. 1935.

The Anglican establishment, 1830–1930. G. Youell. Keele M.A. 1969.

The relations between the Church of England and the state from 1838 to 1870. H.K. Smith. Sheffield M.A. 1946.

The Church of England and society, 1830–50. C. Brackwell. Birmingham M.A. 1949.

The Church of England in the town of Derby, 1824–85. M.R. Austin. Birmingham M.A. 1967.

The Church of England and society in Birmingham, c. 1830–1866. D.E.H. Mole. Cambridge Ph.D. 1961.

John Kaye and the diocese of Lincoln. R. Foskett. Nottingham Ph.D. 1957.

Edward Copleston, bishop of Llandaff. W.J. Cratchley. Oxford B.Litt. 1938.

Frederick Denison Maurice. A.C. Smith. Sheffield M.A. 1950.

Hugh James Rose, rector of Hadleigh, Suffolk. Dorothy M.B. Snow. Oxford B.Litt. 1960.

The Oxford Movement and church unity. F.S. Downs. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1960.

Richard Bagot, bishop of Oxford, and the Oxford Movement, 1833–45. A.H. Mead. Oxford B.Litt. 1966.

The Oxford Movement in a Manchester parish: the Miles Platting case. H.E. Sheen. Manchester M.A. 1941.

New Anglican bishoprics, 1836–1919, their creation and endowment in England, with special reference to Truro and Birmingham. P.S. Morrish. London M.A. 1965.

The formation of the see of Ripon and the episcopate of its first bishop, Charles Thomas Longley. A.M.G. Stephenson. Oxford B.Litt. 1960.

A history of the Church Pastoral-Aid Society, 1836–61. P.B. Coombs. Bristol M.A. 1960.

The episcopate of Samuel Wilberforce, bishop of Oxford 1845–69, and of Winchester 1869–73, with special reference to the administration of the diocese of Oxford. R.K. Pugh. Oxford D.Phil. 1957.

The evangelical party in the Church of England, 1855–65. B.E. Hardman. Cambridge Ph.D. 1964.

John Charles Ryle and the evangelical party in the 19th century. J.S. Casson. Nottingham M.Phil. 1969.

The revival of the 'religious life' in the Church of England during the 19th century. A.M. Allchin. Oxford B.Litt. 1956.

The development of church life in the rural deanery of Cleveland, c. 1850–1880. C.H.N. Smith. Nottingham M.A. 1965.

The life of J.B. Lightfoot (1828–89), with special reference to the training of the ministry. D.J. Wilson. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1955/6.

Conflicts over religious inquiry among the Anglican clergy in the eighteen-sixties. Margaret A. Worden. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.

Social and educational backgrounds of English diocesan bishops, 1860–1960. D.H.J. Morgan. Hull M.A. 1964.

Some aspects of the career of William Thomson as archbishop of York, 1863–90. H.K. Smith. Sheffield Ph.D. 1953.

Dean Farrar: a study in 19th-century Anglicanism. J.R. Jackson. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1957.

The first Lambeth Conference of 1867. A.M.G. Stephenson. Oxford D.Phil. 1964.

Gladstone and the Anglican Church in Ireland and England, 1868–74. J.F.M.D. Stephen. Cambridge M.Litt. 1955.

Anglican attitudes to church, state and society during Mr. Gladstone's first ministry, 1868–74. P.T. Marsh. Cambridge Ph.D. 1962.

Social concern in the Church of England, as revealed in its pronouncements on social and economic matters, especially during the years 1880–1940. F.W. Jones. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1968.

George Body, D.D., 'Canon Missioner' of Durham. St.J.A. Turner. Durham M.A. 1961.

Henry Scott Holland, 1847–1918. J.H. Foster. Wales Ph.D. 1970.

The development of constitutional autonomy in the established church in later Victorian England. R.S.M. Withycombe. Cambridge Ph.D. 1970.

Social thought in the Church of England from 1918 to 1933. J.K. Oliver. Cambridge M.Litt. 1964.

Protestant Nonconformity

The development of Methodism in Yorkshire in the 19th century. B. Greaves. Liverpool Ph.D. 1968.

A study of the theological developments among Nonconformists in Wales during the 19th century. G. Richards. Oxford B.Litt. 1956.

A survey of Baptist expansion in England from 1795 to 1850, with special reference to the emergence of permanent structures of organisation. S.M. Stone. Bristol M.A. 1959.

John Foster (1770–1843): and his contribution to religious thought. S.T. Habel. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1945.

The Baptists in the borough of Leeds during the 19th century: a study of local church history. R.J. Owen. Leeds M.Phil. 1970.

Baptism in Nonconformist theology, 1820–1920, with special reference to the Baptists. J.R.C. Perkin. Oxford D.Phil. 1955.

Political and social attitudes of representative English Unitarians (1795–1850). I. Sellers. Oxford B.Litt. 1956.

The origin and early development of Primitive Methodism in Derbyshire, 1810–70. G.M. Morris. Nottingham M.A. 1960.

Primitive Methodism in Nottinghamshire, 1815–1932. G.M. Morris. Nottingham Ph.D. 1967.

Cornish Methodism: a study in division, 1814–57. M.S. Edwards. Birmingham M.A. 1962.

The attitude of the Welsh Independents towards working-class movements, including public education, from 1815 to 1870. R.I. Parry. Wales M.A. 1931.

The political activities of Dissenters in the East and West Ridings of Yorkshire, 1815–50. R.W. Ram. Hull M.A. 1964.

Methodism and the working classes of England, 1800–50. R.F. Wearmouth. London Ph.D. 1935.

The clash between radicalism and conservatism in Methodism, 1815–48. J.H.S. Kent. Cambridge Ph.D. 1951.

The origins and early development of the Plymouth Brethren. P.L. Embley. Cambridge Ph.D. 1967.

The origins of the Plymouth Brethren, c. 1825–1850. H.H. Rowdon. London Ph.D. 1965.

The Catholic Apostolic Church, sometimes called 'Irvingite': a historical study. P.E.O. Shaw. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1935.

The contribution of Quakers to some aspects of local government in Birmingham, 1828–1902. M.H. Bailey. Birmingham M.A. 1952.

Quakerism and public service, chiefly between 1832 and 1867. Erica I.J. Martineau. Oxford B.Litt. 1938.

Quakers and society in Victorian England. Mrs. Elizabeth M. Isichei, née Allo. Oxford D.Phil. 1967.

The constitutional authority of Dr. Jabez Bunting over Wesleyan Methodism as seen through his correspondence. W.B. Maynard. Durham M.A. 1970.

Methodist secessions and social conflict in south Lancashire, 1830–57. D.A. Gowland. Manchester Ph.D. 1966.

Baptists in Lancashire, 1837–87: a study of mid-Victorian dissent. J.H. Lea. Liverpool Ph.D. 1970.

Nonconformity in the eastern counties, 1840–85, with reference to its social background. J.C.G. Binfield. Cambridge Ph.D. 1965.

Bywyd a gwaith Dr. Lewis Edwards. (The life and work of Lewis Edwards of Bala.) T.L. Evans. Wales M.A. 1949.

Bywyd a gwaith John Evans (I.D. Ffraid). (The life and work of John Evans.) W.L. Roberts. Wales M.A. 1950.

Life and teaching of John Pulsford, 1815–97. N.H. Kew. Oxford B.Litt. 1955.

History of the British 'Churches of Christ'. A.C. Watters. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1940.

Wesleyan Methodism from 1850 to 1900 in relation to the life and thought of the Victorian age. P.C. Pearson. Manchester M.A. 1965.

A statistical study of the development of Nonconformity in North Wales in the 19th century, with special reference to the period 1850–1901. W.A. Evans. Liverpool M.A. 1928.

The life, work and thought of John Angell James (1785–1859). J.R. Kennedy. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1956/7.

A history of Congregationalism in Suffolk from 1870 to 1940. J.H. Bennett. Oxford B.Litt. 1953.

The dissenting reformed churches of England with respect to the doctrine of the church from 1870 to 1940, with special reference to the Congregational churches. J.W. Grant. Oxford D.Phil. 1948.

John Clifford and radical Nonconformity. M.R. Watts. Oxford D.Phil. 1966.

The history of the Free Church Council, 1892–1939. E.K.H. Jordan. Oxford D.Phil. 1953.

Roman Catholicism

A survey of liberal Catholic theories of biblical inspiration, 1810–1910. J.T. Burtchaell. Cambridge Ph.D. 1966.

William George Ward and 19th-century Catholicism. K.T. Hoppen. Cambridge Ph.D. 1966.

The organisation and administration of Roman Catholic dioceses in England and Wales in the mid 19th century. R.J. Schiefen. London Ph.D. 1970.

Newman and the use of history. J.D. Holmes. Cambridge Ph.D. 1970.

The Acton-Newman relations. H.A. Macdougall. Cambridge Ph.D. 1960.

Cardinal Newman. Helen M. Herrick. Liverpool M.A. 1932.

The public life and influence of Henry Edward Manning, 1865–92, excluding his attitude towards the temporal power. V.A. McClelland. Birmingham M.A. 1958.

CULTURAL HISTORY

General

The development of the architectural profession in Great Britain, 1800–1945. B.L.B. Kaye. London Ph.D. 1951.

The career of Sir Robert Smirke, R.A. J.M. Crook. Oxford D.Phil. 1962.

Joseph Hanson. D. Evinson. London M.A. 1966.

The design of English domestic architecture from about 1850 to 1914. J.A.M. Bell. Manchester Ph.D. 1963.

The origin and development of the idea of prehistory and related concepts in archaeology. Mrs. Judith M. Rodden. Cambridge M.Litt. 1964.

Antiquarian and archaeological scholarship in Warwickshire, 1800–60. Barbara J. Ronchetti. Birmingham M.A. 1952.

The early history of the Yorkshire Philosophical Society: a chapter in the history of provincial science. A.D. Orange. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1970.

The history of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. T.L. Jarman. Oxford B.Litt. 1933.

The Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, 1826–46. Monica C. Grobel. London M.A. 1933.

Newspapers and opinion in three midland cities, 1800–50. D. Fraser. Leeds M.A. 1962.

The history of the agitation against the stamp duty on newspapers, 1830–55. Marjorie G. Moore. London M.A. 1935.

The unstamped press in London and the taxes on knowledge, 1830–6. Mrs. Patricia L. Hollis. Oxford D.Phil. 1968.

The press in Northumberland and Durham, 1855–1906. J.M. Milne. Newcastle M.Litt. 1969.

George Potter and the Bee-Hive newspaper. S.W. Coltham. Oxford D.Phil. 1956.

Aspects of chemical affinity in the 19th century. T.H. Levere. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.

The problem of the chemical elements, from Humphrey Davy to Benjamin Brodie the younger. D.M. Knight. Oxford D.Phil. 1964.

Walter Bagehot: a study in Victorian ideas. M.A.-M. Nasr. London Ph.D. 1949.

The life and work of Henry Clifton Sorby, LL.D., F.R.S. (1826–1908). N. Higham. Leeds M.A. 1962.

The life and letters of Griffith Evans, pioneer in protozoon pathology, 1835–1935. Mrs. Jean E. Ware. Wales M.A. 1966.

The development of Darwin's evolutionary thought after 1859. P.J. Vorzimer. Cambridge Ph.D. 1964.

Edward Edwards, 1812–86, and the early history of municipal public libraries in England. W.A. Munford. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1963.

Valentine Cameron Prinsep, in relation to the practice and theory of academic painting in late 19th-century England. P.V. Saville. Oxford B.Litt. 1970.

M.H. Baillie Scott. J.D. Kornwolf. London Ph.D. 1968.

A natural law criticism of Bernard Bosanquet's political theory. Elizabeth A. McClure. Cambridge M.Litt. 1951.

The history of freedom of speech and of the press in England since 1900. A.F. Dawn. London M.Sc. 1933.

The history of The Observer. 1905–10. A.M. Gollin. Oxford D.Phil. 1957.

Education

General

The theology of church and state in relation to the concern for popular education in England, 1800–70. B.R. Marshall. Oxford D.Phil. 1956.

Scottish influence on English education between 1800 and 1840. E. Kerr-Waller. London M.A. 1952.

Education with a tradition: an account of the educational work of the Society of the Sacred Heart, 1800–1935. Mary F.M. O'Leary. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1935.

The educational experience of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, 1804–1964. Margaret P. Linscott. Liverpool Ph.D. 1964/5.

A life of Charles Knight (1791–1873), with special reference to his political and educational activities. Althea C. Cherry. London M.A. 1942.

The influence of industry and commerce on the development of educational facilities in England and Wales, 1830 to 1870. J.A. Purton. London M.Sc. 1958.

Education and the political parties, 1830–70. R.E. Aldrich. London M.Phil. 1970.

The development of parliamentary opinion in respect to education, 1832–70. Mary K. Wilkinson. Wales M.A. 1925.

Steps towards a national system of education in England 1833–70, with special reference to the report of the Newcastle Commission 1861. F.P. Burns. Oxford B.Litt. 1965.

The influence of the Massachusetts system of education on the movement for a national system in England and Wales in the 19th century. P.N. Farrar. Liverpool M.A. 1963/4.

The passing of the Education Act of 1870; a study of the formation of public opinion, 1843–70. E.E. Rich. London Ph.D. 1932.

An investigation into public opinion and the passing of the Education Act of 1870. R.B. Grove. London M.A. 1949.

Birmingham and the movement for national education, 1867–77: an account of the work and influence of the National Education League. A.F. Taylor. Leicester Ph.D. 1960.

The Endowed Schools Acts and the education of 'poor' children, 1869–1900. P. Gordon. London M.Sc. 1965.

The origins of the Endowed Schools Act, 1869, and its operation in England from 1869 to 1895. F.E. Balls. Cambridge Ph.D. 1964.

The work and influence of Dorothea Beale in the light of developments in the education of girls and women since 1850. M.P.G. Kerr. London M.A. 1952.

An investigation into the educational ideas and contribution of the British political parties, 1870–1918. L.O. Ward. London Ph.D. 1970.

A history of the origin and development of the Dual System in England and Wales with special reference to the period 1870 to 1944. Marjorie A. Cruickshank. Leeds Ph.D. 1955.

Trade unionist, Co-operative and Socialist organisations in relation to popular education, 1870–1902. W.P. McCann. Manchester Ph.D. 1960.

Nonconformity and education in England and Wales, 1870–1902. H. Foreman. London M.A. (Ext.) 1967.

John Scott Lidgett, 1854–1953, and the education of the people. D.H. Thomas. London Ph.D. 1960.

The influence of Sidney and Beatrice Webb on English education, 1892–1903. E.J.T. Brennan. Sheffield M.A. 1959.

The growth of the public system of education in England and Wales, 1895–1935. G.A.N. Lowndes. Oxford B.Litt. 1937.

The educational policies of the Labour party, 1900–61. R.S. Barker. London Ph.D. 1968.

The reaction of the established church to educational legislation, 1918–59. A. Pomfret. London M.A. 1969.

The political parties and the development of their attitude to educational problems, 1918–42. D.W. Dean. London M.Phil. 1968.

Administration

State intervention in English education as illustrated by the relations between the state and the teacher in the early half of the 19th century. J. Gross. Liverpool M.A. 1932.

The development of the central authority for education in England, 1833–99. A.S. Bishop. Liverpool Ph.D. 1967/8.

The Education Department, 1839–64: a study of social policy and the growth of government. J.R.B. Johnson. Cambridge Ph.D. 1968.

The Department of Science and Art: policies and administration to 1864. C. Duke. London Ph.D. 1966.

The Science and Art Department, 1853–1900. H. Butterworth. Sheffield Ph.D. 1968.

The emergence and development of inspectorates of schools in the 19th century, with special reference to Yorkshire. E.L. Edmonds. Sheffield M.A. 1955.

The work of Her Majesty's inspectors of schools, 1839–49. Nancy Ball. Birmingham M.A. 1961.

The life and work of Sir James Kay-Shuttleworth. F. Smith. Wales Ph.D. 1923.

The educational work and thought of Robert Lowe. J.P. Sullivan. London M.A. 1952.

Educational administration in England and Wales, 1870–1950: a case study in central-local government relations. W.B. Rust. London Ph.D. 1955.

A study of the Private Schools Association (latterly Independent Schools) in relation to changing policies in the administration of education by national and local government agencies, 1880–1944. G.B. Robinson. London M.A. 1966.

A critical and historical study of the relations between state and education from 1886 to 1926. E. Whitehead. Oxford B.Litt. 1934.

The administration of education, 1902–14. L.F.W. White. London Ph.D. 1934.

The Education Act of 1902: a study of its background, scope and legislative problems. P.L.P. Clarke. London Ph.D. 1964.

A study of the Education (Provision of Meals) Act, 1906, against its social, political and economic background. L.I. Andrews. London M.A. 1966.

The historical antecedents, 1834–1906, of the Education (Provision of Meals) Act, 1906. D.F. Adams. London Ph.D. 1954.

The Education Act 1918: an assessment of its place in the development of educational administration in England. L.I. Andrews. London Ph.D. 1970.

Regional Education

Some aspects of the development of education in Newbury in the 19th century. T.V.B. Morrison. Reading M.Phil. 1966/7.

A history of the education of children in the Blackburn hundred to 1870. C. Birtwistle. London M.Sc. (Ext.) 1952.

The development of education in Chorley and district from 1800 to 1902. K.P.C. Thorne. Lancaster M.Litt. 1970.

The development of education in Barnsley in the 19th century, prior to direct state intervention. H.C. Hillary. Sheffield M.A. 1941.

The development of the educational facilities of South-port, 1825–1944. W.E. Marsden. Sheffield M.A. 1959.

The development of public education in Nelson, Lancashire, 1832–1902. G.I. Hawkes. Wales M.A. 1964.

St. Helens, 1845 and afterwards: an illustration of educational development. W.A. Fawcett. Liverpool M.A. 1936.

The educational work of the Sisters of Notre Dame in Lancashire since 1850. Margaret P. Linscott. Liverpool M.A. 1959/60.

The history of education and educational institutions in Nottinghamshire, excluding the city of Nottingham, from 1800 to 1930. Edith M. Becket. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1936.

The history of education in Nottingham, with special reference to the 19th century. D. Wardle. Nottingham Ph.D. 1965.

Rural education in Shropshire in the 19th century. J.P. Dodd. Birmingham M.A. 1958.

The progress of education in Bristol. H.J. Larcombe. Bristol M.A. 1924.

Educational development in the city of Bath, 1830–1902, with special reference to its interrelations with social and economic change. R.B. Hope. Bristol Ph.D. 1970.

A history of education in Rotherham and district up to 1902. R. Harrison. Bristol M.A. 1951.

Isaac Ironside and education in the Sheffield region in the first half of the 19th century. J. Salt. Sheffield M.A. 1960.

Thomas Asline Ward: his life and achievements and their effect upon the development of Sheffield. G.D. Jennett. Sheffield M.A. 1954.

The history of education in the town of Brecon to 1902. T.P. Jones. London M.A. (Ext.) 1965.

The development of education in Swansea, 1846–1902. Jean A. Weaver. Wales M.A. 1957.

Church and chapel as sources and centres of education in Wales during the second half of the 19th century. L.S. Jones. Liverpool M.A. 1940.

A history of education in the towns of Barry and Penarth together with the neighbouring parishes of Leckwith, Llandough juxta Penarth, Lavernock, Sully, St. Andrews, Wenvoe, Highlight, Porthkerry and Penmark during the period 1860–1930. J. Thomas. Wales M.A. 1933.

The life and work of Sir Isambard Owen (1850–1927), with particular reference to his contribution to education in Wales. G.A. Jones. Wales M.A. 1967.

Educational policy and administration change: a study of evolving concepts and practices in educational administration in a Welsh rural county (Montgomeryshire, 1870–1967). J.A. Davies. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1968.

The development of educational provision in the rural county of Shropshire between 1870 and 1914, with particular reference to the policy of the county council. T.D.M. Jones. Keele M.A. 1968/9.

A historical investigation of the development of a local system of education in the city of Birmingham from 1870 to 1924. M.E.J. Shewell. London M.A. 1952.

Education in West Hartlepool before the Act of 1902. A.C. Klottrup. Sheffield M.A. 1969.

Public education in late Victorian Lancashire. E.C. Midwinter. Liverpool M.A. 1969/70.

Elementary and secondary education in Hampshire between 1890 and 1914. D.C. Savage. Southampton M.Phil. 1970.

Some researches into education in Dartford, Kent, with reference to Kentish educational development as a whole, from 1902 until the middle of the 20th century. J.W. Butler. London Ph.D. 1959.

The organisation, development and administration of public education in the area of the London County Council, 1903–22. P.H. Andrews. London Ph.D. 1963.

The development of education in Chesterfield, 1919–44. R.M. Lewis. Sheffield M.A. 1961.

Elementary Education

The contribution of Methodism to popular education, 1800–50. H.F. Mathews. Liverpool M.A. 1946.

The development of elementary education in the 19th century: the role of the Committee of the Privy Council on Education and the Hertfordshire gentry. J.S. Hurt. London Ph.D. 1968.

The elementary school manager and the management of education, 1800–1902. P. Gordon. London Ph.D. 1970.

English elementary schools, 1801–40. A. Birtles. Leeds M.A. 1911.

The development of Catholic elementary education in the 19th century in the five counties of the diocese of Nottingham. J. Bastow. Nottingham M.Phil. 1970.

The history and development of boys' preparatory schools in England. F.C. Pritchard. London M.A. 1938.

A study of rewards and punishments in the elementary schools of England and Wales, 1800–93. P.J. Rooke. London M.A. (Ext.) 1962.

A study of the education of the working class in Stock-port during the 19th century. I.J.D. Steele. Sheffield M.A. 1968.

Manchester and the movement for national elementary education, 1800–70. S.E. Maltby. Manchester M.A. 1916.

The changing social content of elementary education as reflected in school books in use in England, 1808–70. M. Goldstrom. Birmingham Ph.D. 1968.

The origin, development and organisation of certain Lancastrian schools in London, Middlesex and Surrey: a comparative study. J.R. Carr. London M.A. 1963.

The educational influence of Robert Owen in England, with particular reference to the infant schools directly developed from the New Lanark pattern between 1819 and 1839. D.A. Turner. London M.Phil. 1969.

The contribution of Henry Brougham to the movement for the extension of elementary education in England between 1815 and 1839. Monica Molloy. Liverpool M.A. 1956/7.

The Liverpool Corporation schools and the movement for national elementary education: an account of an experiment. J. Murphy. Liverpool Ph.D. 1955/6.

The work of the established church in the education of the people, 1833–70. H.J. Burgess. London Ph.D. 1954.

The Church of England's contribution to popular education in England after 1833. C.K.F. Brown. Oxford B.Litt. 1941.

The education of children engaged in industry in England, 1833–76. A.H. Robson. London Ph.D. 1930.

Sir Thomas Wyse and the Central Society of Education. I.D. Harry. Wales M.A. 1932.

The Ragged School Union and the education of the London poor in the 19th century. E.A.G. Clark. London M.A. 1967.

Voluntary effort in English elementary schools, 1846 to 1870: a study of the contribution of school managers to educational developments. Nancy Ball. Keele Ph.D. 1970.

Methodism and the education of the people (since 1851). H.F. Mathews. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1954.

A historical survey of legislation bearing on the education of mentally deficient children in England and Wales, 1850–1955. R.P. Singh. London M.A. 1960.

The dissemination of Froebelian doctrines and methods in the English system of elementary education, 1854 to 1914. Irene M. Lilley. London M.A. 1963.

Some researches into public elementary education in Dartford, Kent, in the second half of the 19th century. J.W. Butler. London M.A. 1956.

The development of elementary education in Walsall, 1862–1902. P. Liddle. London M.A. (Ext.) 1967.

The elementary schools of Bath, 1862–1902. P.F. Speed. Bristol M.A. 1958.

The contribution of the National Society to Welsh education (1811–70). T.P. Jones. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1968.

A contribution to the history of elementary education in North Wales (up to 1870), with special reference to National schools. T.R. Hughes. Liverpool M.A. 1935.

The history of church schools in Swansea during the 19th century to 1870. A.L. Trott. Wales M.A. 1941.

A history of elementary education in Wales, 1847–70. A.L. Trott. Wales Ph.D. 1966.

The struggle for the Elementary Education Act and its implementation - 1870 to 1873. D. Roland. Oxford B.Litt. 1958.

Some aspects of the making of policy in elementary education in England and Wales, 1870–95. Mrs. Gillian R. Sutherland, née Thomas. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.

The problems of English elementary education since 1870: the evolution of opinion and the development of the system. H.A. Grimshaw. London M.Sc. 1918.

A history of the English village school in the light of changing educational policy and organisation between the Forster Act of 1870 and the Balfour Act of 1902. H.B.A. Wise. Oxford B.Litt. 1960.

Provision for schooling in an English village, Wraysbury - 1870–1944. J.L. Robson. London M.A. (Ext.) 1965.

Elementary school work, 1875–1925. R.D. Bramwell. Durham Ph.D. 1958.

The history of the Birmingham School Board, 1870–1903. A.F. Taylor. Birmingham M.A. 1955.

A history of education in Bradford during the period of the Bradford School Board, 1870–1904. A.J. Evans. Leeds M.A. 1947.

The work of the school board in rural Essex, 1870 to 1903. Barbara J. Smith. London M.A. 1968.

Elementary education in the Lewisham district at the time of the School Board for London, 1870–1903. D.H.B. Andrews. London M.A. 1965.

The school boards of Stoke-upon-Trent and Burslem, 1870–1903. S. Clews. Sheffield M.A. 1962.

A history of elementary education in the Fylde area of Lancashire during the period 1870–1903. W. Bentley. Liverpool M.A. 1960/1.

The organisation and administration of elementary education by the school board of three selected districts of Surrey, Mitcham, Woking and Betchworth, between 1870 and 1903. J.A. Dewey. London M.A. 1964.

Truant schools of the School Board for London. T.D. Morgan. London M.A. 1956.

The early years of the Tynemouth School Board. B.G. Everett. Durham M.A. 1964.

A general survey of the school board movement as it affected Monmouthshire, with special reference to the town of Newport. D.E. Davies. Wales M.A. 1927.

The work of the Llanwonno School Board following the 1870 Education Act to 1902. Anita Jordan. Wales M.A. 1968.

The history of the Chesterfield School Board, from 1870 to 1912. W.R. Covell. Sheffield M.A. 1952.

A survey of the administrative problems facing the voluntary public elementary day schools during the period 1890–7. D. Tunstall. London M.A. 1959.

The voluntary schools in four Lancashire county boroughs, 1903–63: a study of policies and provision. S.E. Kelly. Keele M.A. 1968/9.

An examination of the political and legislative background to the development of Catholic elementary education in England in the early 20th century. R. Pattison. Leeds Ph.D. 1969.

The development of senior elementary schools in three administrative areas of Worcestershire, 1918–44. W.D. Robinson. Keele M.A. 1969/70.

Secondary Education

The Methodist contribution to 19th-century secondary education. F.C. Pritchard. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1947.

The place of secondary education in Welsh society, 1800–1918. J.R. Webster. Wales Ph.D. 1959.

The content and quality of secondary education at an English Catholic seminary in the 19th century - Ushaw, 1808–63. J.S. Malone. London M.A. (Ext.) 1969.

A history of Harrow School and its relationship to its neighbourhood throughout the 19th century. T.F. May. London M.Phil. 1969.

The educational work of the Very Reverend Charles John Vaughan. M.D.W. Poole. Sheffield M.A. 1966.

The Victorian public school, 1828–1902: the school as a community. J.R. de S. Honey. Oxford D.Phil. 1970.

The history of Hazelwood School, Birmingham, and its influence on educational developments in the 19th century. C.G. Hey. Wales M.A. 1954.

John Ford, 1801–75: the life, work and influence of a Quaker schoolmaster. L.J. Stroud. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1947.

The internal organisation of boys' secondary schools in England during the middle decades of the 19th century. R.H. Sturman. London M.A. 1932.

The established church and the education of the Victorian middle classes: a study of the Woodard schools, 1847–91. W.B.D. Heeney. Oxford D.Phil. 1962.

The life and work of Nathaniel Woodard, with special reference to the influence of the Oxford Movement on English education in the 19th century. R. Perry. Bristol M.A. 1932.

The Lancashire Public School Association, later the National Public School Association, in its role as a pressure group, with an account of the Manchester Model Secular School, later the Manchester Free School. D.K. Jones. Sheffield M.A. 1965.

The origin and subsequent development of St. Mary's College, Hammersmith, 1847–99. J.A. Britton. London M.A. 1964.

A short history of secondary grammar education in Jersey, as exemplified in the story of Victoria College, Jersey. P. Ahier. London M.A. (Ext.) 1963.

The life and influence of Edward Thring. C.J. Rigby. Oxford D.Phil. 1969.

The development of the theory and practice of further education in England since the Act of 1870. T.D. Buxton. London M.A. 1955.

The history of education in Wales from 1870, with special reference to secondary education to 1920. T.I. Ellis. Wales M.A. 1930.

A comparative study of the curriculum and organisation of secondary education in England and the United States between 1870 and 1900. B.S. Cane. London M.A. 1957.

Public opinion and reform of secondary education, 1888–1902, as reflected in parliament and the national press. D.R. Felsenstein. London M.A. 1965.

The development of secondary education in Radnorshire, 1889–1963. R.S. Griffiths. Wales M.A. 1965.

The development of secondary education in Montgomeryshire since 1889. L.H. Williams. Wales M.A. 1962.

A study in the growth of state secondary education in Breconshire, 1889–1939. J. Llewellyn. Wales M.A. 1968/9.

The development of secondary education in south Pembrokeshire, 1889–1939. K.D. Evans. Wales M.A. 1970.

The changing environment of the London grammar school, 1900–50. F.C. Campbell. London Ph.D. 1953.

The development in London of elementary education of a higher type, 1900–10. R. Morley. London M.A. 1961.

The concept and nature of the grammar school in relation to the development of secondary education since 1902. Olive L. Banks. London Ph.D. 1953.

The development of the bilateral system of secondary education in Caernarvonshire, 1903 to date. P.E. Owen. London Ph.D. 1961.

A critical survey of Board of Education policy in relation to resulting reforms in post-primary and secondary education since 1904. J.T.R. Graves. Oxford B.Litt. 1939.

The Labour party and the organisation of secondary education, 1918–65. M.H. Parkinson. Manchester M.A. 1968.

Higher Education

Higher education in Lancashire in the 19th century. E. Smith. Oxford B.Litt. 1922.

The origins and development of the university movement in Wales, with particular reference to the period 1800–89. I.J. Morgan. Wales M.A. 1929.

Henry Robinson Hartley: his family, his life and the establishment of the Hartley Institution. A. Anderson. Southampton M.A. 1962.

The University of London, 1820–60, with special reference to its influence on the development of higher education. F.G. Brook. London Ph.D. 1958.

Roman Catholics and higher education in England, 1830–1903. V.A. McClelland. Sheffield Ph.D. 1968.

A history of the Royal Academy Schools, 1837–78. H.C. Morgan. Leeds Ph.D. 1968.

The social and economic aspects of higher education for women between 1844 and 1870, with special reference to the North of England Council. Stella R. Wills. London M.A. 1952.

Higher education for women: the opposition in England during the 19th century. Joan N. Burstyn. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1968.

Susanna and Catherine Winkworth, 1830–60. B.H. Jackson. Manchester M.A. 1969.

The early development of the university extension movement under the influence of James Stuart. H. Gordon. Sheffield M.A. 1941.

The development of education in theological colleges in the Church of England and in the Protestant Episcopal Church of America, 1900–50. S.F.D. Walters. Oxford D.Phil. 1957.

Adult Education

The development of adult education in Warrington during the 19th century. W.B. Stephens. Exeter M.A. 1958.

George Birkbeck, pioneer of adult education. T. Kelly. Liverpool Ph.D. 1957.

The origin and development of the Yorkshire Union of Mechanics' Institutes. J. Popple. Sheffield M.A. 1960.

The Mechanics' Institute movement in Lancashire and Yorkshire, 1824–60, with particular reference to the institutions in Manchester, Ashton-under-Lyne and Huddersfield. Mrs. Mabel Tylecote, née Phythian. Manchester Ph.D. 1930.

Social and religious influences in adult education in Yorkshire between 1830 and 1870. J.F.C. Harrison. Leeds Ph.D. 1955.

The Mechanics' Institutes of South Wales. T. Evans. Sheffield Ph.D. 1966.

The miner's search for self-improvement: the history of evening classes in the Rhondda valley from 1862 to 1914. Margaret Turner. Wales M.A. 1967.

The development of state-aided evening schools for adults between 1870 and 1902. K.A. Percy. Nottingham M.A. 1969.

The London School Board and the development of evening education, 1870–93. S. Somper. London M.A. 1954.

Technical and Other Subjects

The teaching of geography in 19th-century Britain. P.J. Hart. London M.A. 1957.

The historical development of the history syllabus in boys' secondary schools in England, 1800–1900. M.A.F. Cooper. London M.A. 1950.

The place of history in English secondary education from c. 1830 to 1890. G.M.D. Henderson-Howat. Oxford B.Litt. 1963.

The sciences and humanities in English grammar schools in relation to the climate of opinion, 1805–1904. N.W. Saffin. London M.A. 1957.

The place of the Royal Institution of South Wales in the history of scientific and general education in the 19th century. H.M. Davies. Wales M.A. 1940.

The development of scientific education during the second half of the 19th century, with special reference to the influence of John Tyndall. D. Thompson. Sheffield M.A. 1955.

The teaching of science in England during the latter half of the 19th century, and Huxley's influence on its development. W. Hall. Sheffield M.A. 1931.

The scientific and educational influence of Sir Henry Enfield Roscoe (1833–1915), with particular reference to his work in Manchester. N. Limgard. Liverpool M.A. 1969/70.

The development of the teaching of chemistry in England, 1799–1853. M.S. Byrne. Durham M.A. 1968.

The evolution of technical education in 19th-century England. P. Keane. Bath Ph.D. 1970.

The development of technical education in Essex. Marjorie M. Collison. London M.A. 1955.

The effect of national developments on technical education in Bury, Oldham and Preston before 1889. T.A. Smith. Liverpool M.A. 1966/7.

The history of Gloucester Technical College. P.G. Rossington. Bristol M.A. 1963.

The development of education in Swindon, with particular reference to the influence and requirements of the railway works and other local industries. B. Lloyd. Bristol M.A. 1954.

Origins and development of the administration of technical education in England, c. 1850–1904. P.E. Hannon. London M.A. 1960.

The historical development of technical and vocational education within the area of the county borough of West Ham since 1850. J.R. Soar. London M.A. 1966.

The history of technical education in Rotherham with particular reference to the period 1850–1918. H.P. Reilly. Sheffield M.A. 1952.

The development of technical education in England from 1851 to 1889, with special reference to economic factors. D.H. Thomas. London Ph.D. 1940.

The history of technical education in Nottinghamshire, 1851–1902. H.K. Briscoe. Sheffield M.A. 1952.

Commercial education in England during 1851 to 1902: an institutional study. M.A. Dalvi. London Ph.D. 1957.

Public opinion and technical education in England, 1867–1906. (A study of the awakening of English opinion to the importance of scientific research and technical education as factors of economic and military power.) J. Blanchet. Oxford D.Phil. 1953.

An enquiry into the policy of the Free Churches with reference to religious education in the schools, 1870–1944. D.H. Thomas. Wales M.A. 1955.

Developments since 1870 in the teaching of religion in the public elementary schools of England, with special reference to senior schools. O. White. Oxford B.Litt. 1939.

The evolution of special education, 1893–1939. P.H. Butterfield. London Ph.D. 1970.

The London Polytechnic movement, with special reference to Quintin Hogg. F. Johnson. London M.A. 1929.

Post-elementary education in the area of the London Technical Education Board, 1893–1904. P.H. Andrews. London M.A. 1959.

Teaching Profession

The training of teachers in England and Wales during the 19th century. R.W. Rich. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1934.

Sir James Kay-Shuttleworth: an examination of the influence of his work and ideas in the field of elementary teacher training from 1840 to 1899. G.H.W. Peach. London M.A. 1970.

A history of the College of Sarum St. Michael (Salisbury Training College) from its foundation in 1841 until 1902. B.D. Bevan. London M.A. (Ext.) 1970.

The history of the training of teachers for secondary schools in England, c. 1846–1930. Miriam G. Fitch. London M.A. 1931.

A critical examination of teacher training in Wales, 1846–98. L.M. Rees. Wales Ph.D. 1968/9.

The registration of teachers in England and Wales from 1846 to 1899, with special reference to the development of common interest and professional independence. F.L. Massey. London M.A. 1957.

Individual, local and national bargaining for teachers' salaries in England and Wales: a study of the period 1858–1944. S.E. Barnes. London Ph.D. 1959.

The development of professional status among the elementary teachers under the School Board for London, 1870–1904. R.A. Williams. London M.A. 1953.

The determination of teachers' salaries, with particular reference to secondary schools, 1870–1919. H.D. Papworth. London M.A. 1964.

The secondary schoolmaster, 1895–1914: a study of the qualifications, conditions of employment and professional associations of masters in English secondary schools. G. Baron. London Ph.D. 1952.

The training of teachers in England and Wales, 1900–39. A. Shakoor. Leicester Ph.D. 1964.

The history of Bangor Normal College from its inception to 1908. L.M. Rees. Wales M.A. 1955.

LOCAL HISTORY

The economic and social development of extra-metropolitan Middlesex during the 19th century (1800–1914). M. Rees. London M.Sc. 1955.

The economic and social development of Dewsbury in the 19th century. D.A. Dean. Sheffield M.A. 1963.

Some aspects of the economy of Hull in the 19th century, with special reference to business history. Joyce M. Bellamy. Hull Ph.D. 1965.

The evolution of Preston townscapes. K.M. Spencer. Liverpool M.A. 1968.

London, 1801–51: a geographical study. O.H.K. Spate. Cambridge Ph.D. 1937.

Urban growth in Bradford and environs, 1800–1960. M.J. Mortimore. Leeds M.A. 1963.

The growth, development and modern functions of the county borough of Bradford. H.B. Hodgson. Leeds M.A. 1939.

Studies in the development of the parish of Bradford, 1800–47. Lucy Flanagan. Liverpool M.A. 1931.

The functions and growth of the city of Exeter, 1800–41. N.M. Simmonds. Exeter M.A. 1959.

Victorian Exeter, 1837–1914. R. Newton. Exeter Ph.D. 1966.

The development of municipal government in Swansea in the 19th century. T. Ridd. Wales M.A. 1955.

The development of quarter sessions government in Devonshire in the 19th century and the transition to county council government. D.R. Tucker. London M.A. (Ext.) 1949.

The transition from quarter sessions to county councils in the 19th century. B.J.V. Scott. Exeter M.A. 1962.

The social and economic development of Crewe, 1800–1923. W.H. Chaloner. Manchester Ph.D. 1939.

The social and economic development of Crewe, 1830–80. W.H. Chaloner. Manchester M.A. 1937.

Nuneaton: a study in urban growth. D. Milburn. London M.Sc. 1959.

Geographical aspects of the development of Wirksworth from the beginning of the 19th century to the present. F.S. Ottrey. Nottingham M.A. 1966.

Lincoln: a study in urban morphology. R. Knowles. Nottingham M.A. 1962.

An urban study of Loughborough. Gladys H. Wedlock. Nottingham M.A. 1952.

Wolverton: a study in urban geography. Moira Courtman. London M.Phil. 1968.

The development of Buxton and Matlock since 1800. T. Marchington. London M.A. 1961.

The public accounts of the county of Lancaster from 1820 to 1889. D. Gregory. Leeds M.A. 1966.

The administration of the county of Lancashire, 1838–88. A.F. Davie. Manchester Ph.D. 1968.

The old and the new: the corporation of Bristol, 1820–51. G.W.A. Bush. Bristol Ph.D. 1965.

The work of the Halifax town trustees from the passing of the Improvement Act of 1823 to the incorporation of the borough in 1848. G.R. Dalby. Leeds M.A. 1953.

The economic development of York, 1830–1914. B.F. Duckham. Manchester M.A. 1956.

The social structure of York, 1841–51. W.A. Armstrong. Birmingham Ph.D. 1967.

The social and economic history of St. Helens, 1830–1900. T.C. Barker. Manchester Ph.D. 1951.

The social and economic development of Middlesbrough, 1830–88. W.S. Martin. Manchester M.A. 1945.

Local government in Penzance, 1830–75. R.J. Sadler. Wales M.A. 1951/2.

Southampton in the early dock and railway age, 1830–60. Patricia H. Morris. Southampton M.A. 1957.

The development of local government in Salford, 1830–53. R.L. Greenall. Leicester M.A. 1970.

Urban development and redevelopment in Croydon, 1835–1940. R.C.W. Cox. Leicester Ph.D. 1970.

Some aspects of the urban development of Croydon, 1870–1940. R.C.W. Cox. Leicester M.A. 1966.

Reading, 1835–1930: a community power study. A.F. Cook. Reading Ph.D. 1970.

The social, economic and political development of Derby, 1835–88. J.D. Standen. Leeds M.A. 1959.

Early Fleetwood, 1835–47. J.H. Sutton. Lancaster M.Litt. 1968.

The Municipal Reform Act, 1835. G.B.A.M. Finlayson. Oxford B.Litt. 1959.

Coventry and the Municipal Corporations Act, 1835: an investigation of the workings of Coventry Corporation mainly between 1750 and 1835, and a critical examination of the Commissioners' Report of 1833. S.E. Kerrison. Birmingham M.A. 1939.

The suburban development of Greater London, south of the Thames, 1836–1914. H.J. Dyos. London Ph.D. 1952.

Local government and some aspects of social change in the parishes of Lambeth, Battersea, and Wandsworth, 1838–88. Janet Roebuck. London Ph.D. 1968.

Capital investment in the western suburbs of Victorian London. D.A. Reeder. Leicester Ph.D. 1965.

The Potteries of Kensington: a study of slum development in Victorian London. Mrs. Patricia E. Malcolmson. Leicester M.Phil. 1970.

The social and economic development of Nottingham in the 19th century. R.A. Church. Nottingham Ph.D. 1960.

The social structure of Nottingham and adjacent districts in the mid 19th century. R.J. Smith. Nottingham Ph.D. 1968.

Township boundaries in Furness and Cartmel in the first edition of the Ordnance Survey (1846–7). C.J. Hogg. Liverpool M.A. 1951.

Social and economic conditions in the industrial towns of the West Riding of Yorkshire in the hungry forties. Joyce Hargrave. Leeds M.A. 1940.

Social and administrative development of Chadderton, 1847–1914. Elsie Beech. Manchester M.A. 1949.

The city of Wakefield: a study of the growth and functions of an urban settlement. Rosie Bentham. London M.A. 1939.

Some geographical aspects of urban development in the lower Lea valley since 1850. Alison D. Grady. London M.A. 1958.

The economic development of Kettering, 1850–1914. B.J. Loasby. Cambridge M.Litt. 1957.

The social and economic development of Whitstable, with particular reference to local government administration. R.A.R. Gray. Kent M.A. 1970.

A history of the development of Walthamstow, 1851–1901. R. Wall. London M.Phil. 1969.

Suburban growth in north-west Kent, 1861–1961. Mary Waugh. London Ph.D. 1968.

Mansfield: the evolution of an urban landscape, 1863–1963. J.R.G. Jennings. Nottingham Ph.D. 1966.

The role of religious dissent in the reform of municipal government in Birmingham, 1865–76. E.P. Hennock. Cambridge Ph.D. 1956.

The development of city government in the United States and the United Kingdom, with special reference to the period since 1870. E.S. Griffith. Oxford D.Phil. 1925.

Changes in land use in the borough of Northampton during the past 100 years. M.F. Collins. Oxford B.Litt. 1970.

The economic and social development of South Kirkby and South Elmsall, 1873–1921. W.G. Branford. Leeds M.A. 1957.

The growth of Aylesbury and the development of its urban morphology, 1878–1957. C.J. Cheshire. Birmingham M.A. 1958.

The social structure and economy of south-west Wales in the late 19th century. J.H. Davies. Wales M.A. 1967.

Barry: an urban and social geography, 1885–1966. J.A. Giggs. Wales Ph.D. 1967.

A history of local government in the West Riding of Yorkshire since 1888. H. Roberts. Leeds M.Comm. 1943.

A study of the change in social origins, political affiliations and length of service of members of the Leeds City Council, 1888–1953. Brenda M. Powell. Leeds M.A. 1958.

The political structure of the Wolverhampton Borough Council since 1900. G.W. Jones. Oxford D.Phil. 1965.

Eccles: a study in town development. Audrey E. Lumb. Manchester M.A. 1958.

Geographical aspects of the evolution of Boston, Lincolnshire, in the 20th century. F.H. Molyneux. Nottingham M.A. 1968.

An economic geography of Alfreton, Heanor and Ripley with special reference to changes in the 20th century. G.A. Measures. Nottingham M.A. 1969.

A comparative study of the contemporary and pre-war urban geography of the East End of London. Gillian M.L. Simpson. London M.A. 1959.

SCOTLAND

The history of the teaching of classics in Scotland until 1872. G.M. Sutton. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1956.

Education in Aberdeenshire before 1872. I.J. Simpson. Aberdeen Ph.D. 1942.

Scottish teachers and educational policy, 1803–72: attitudes and influence. J.D. Myers. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1970.

A history of education in Stirlingshire up to the Act of 1872. A. Bain. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1960.

A survey of church influence on education in Scotland, with special reference to the extent and content of religious teaching in the day schools before 1872. D.M. McFarlan. Glasgow Ph.D. 1956/7.

The Scottish tradition in education: an intimate study of the early 19th century. I.D.B. Finlayson. Glasgow Ph.D. 1956/7.

An enquiry into the reading habits of the working classes in Scotland from 1830 to 1840. A.R. Thompson. Glasgow B.Litt. 1961.

A history of the public library movement in Scotland. W.R. Aitken. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1956.

The development of public libraries in Scotland. W.E. Tyler. Strathclyde M.A. 1967.

A history of the Scottish farm worker, 1800–50. G.F.B. Houston. Oxford B.Litt. 1954.

James Loch and the house of Sutherland, 1812–55. E.S. Richards. Nottingham Ph.D. 1967.

The development of the port and trade of Dundee, 1815–1967. N.I. Beckles. Dundee Ph.D. 1968.

The decline of the handloom weaving industry in Scotland during the years 1815–45. Mrs. Brenda P.R. Gaskin. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1955.

James Young, Scottish industrialist and philanthropist. J. Butt. Glasgow Ph.D. 1964.

William Lindsay Alexander (1808–84), the man and his work. C.C. Wallick. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1950/1.

William Arnot: his life, work and thought. S.H. Merriam. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1956.

The influence, direct and indirect, of the writings of Erskine of Linlathen on religious thought in Scotland. R.A. Reid. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1930.

The contribution of Thomas Erskine of Linlathen and his writings to Scottish theology. J.C. Conn. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1935.

John Brown of Edinburgh, 1784–1858, churchman and theologian. W.L. McCoy. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1956.

William Symington, churchman and theologian, 1795–1862. R. Blackwood. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1962/3.

Robert Murray McCheyne (1813–43): a study of an early 19th-century Scottish Evangelical. D.V. Yeaworth. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1957.

Coal mining in the west of Scotland in the 19th century: the Dixon enterprises. A. Slaven. Glasgow B.Litt. 1967.

The growth and fluctuations of the Scottish pig iron trade, 1828–73. R.H. Campbell. Aberdeen Ph.D. 1956.

The economic history of the Scottish iron and steel industry, with particular reference to the period 1830–80. I.F. Gibson. London Ph.D. 1955.

Religion and society in the early 19th century: a comparative study of church parties within the established churches of Massachusetts and Scotland. Wendy S. Wilson. Aberdeen M.Litt. 1969.

The voluntary controversy in the Church of Scotland, 1829–43. A.B. Montgomery. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1953.

The failure and recovery of social criticism in the Scottish Church, 1830–1950. D.C. Smith. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1964.

Middle-class housing and the growth of suburban communities in the West End of Glasgow, 1830–1914. M.A. Simpson. Glasgow B.Litt. 1970.

The American Negro in Scotland in the 19th century. E.S.H. Dixon. Edinburgh M.Litt. 1968/9.

Glasgow parliamentary constituency, 1832–46. D.A. Teviotdale. Glasgow B.Litt. 1963.

Scottish Chartism and its economic background. L.C. Wright. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1951.

The Chartist movement in Scotland. A. Wilson. Oxford D.Phil. 1951.

Andrew A. Bonar, 1810–92: a study of his life, work and religious thought. R.E. Palmer. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1955.

Railways and the transformation of the Scottish economy. W. Vamplew. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1969.

School inspection in Scotland, 1840–1966. T.R. Bone. Glasgow Ph.D. 1967.

The life and work of William Bell Scott, 1811–90. Mrs. Vera Smith. Durham Ph.D. 1953.

Note issue in Scottish banking, 1844–1953. M. Gaskin. Liverpool M.A. 1954/5.

Aspects of the population geography of the eastern border counties of Scotland, 1850–1967. Joan MacC. Galt. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1968.

The rural-urban fringe of Edinburgh, 1850–1967. A.J. Strachan. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1969.

The renascence of churchmanship in the Church of Scotland, 1850–1920. W. Horsburgh. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1958.

The Scots coal industry, 1854–66. A.T. Youngson. Aberdeen Ph.D. 1953.

An economic history of shipbuilding and engineering, with special reference to the west of Scotland. W.S. Cormack. Glasgow Ph.D. 1930.

Changing forms of church life: a study of the churches and town of St. Andrews, 1865–1965. W.F. Hobbs. St. Andrews Ph.D. 1968.

The origin and development of the Old Catholic group of churches, etc. W.H. de Voil. Edinburgh Ph.D. 1937.

Education in Lanarkshire: a historical survey on the Act of 1872 from original and contemporary sources. Mary M. Mackintosh. Glasgow Ph.D. 1969.

The ad hoc administration of education in Scotland, 1872–1929. J.H. Walker. Glasgow Ph.D. 1970.

The School Board of Glasgow, 1873–1919. J.M. Roxburgh. Glasgow B.Litt. 1969.

The Scottish economy during the 'Great Depression', 1873–96, with special reference to the heavy industries of the south-west. T.J. Byres. Glasgow B.Litt. 1963.

The Liberal party in Scotland, 1885–95. J.G. Kellas. London Ph.D. 1962.

The industrial geography of Ayrshire and its development since 1900. D.F. Hagger. London M.Sc. 1955.

Local authority housing in Dundee, 1919–39. W.D. Carroll. Dundee B.Phil. 1969.

A survey of Scottish internal transport since 1920. R.T. Foster. Wales M.A. 1965.

IRELAND

The application in Ireland of English and British legislation made before 1801. A.G. Donaldson. Belfast Ph.D. 1952.

Urban settlements of Co. Antrim. D.A. Clerk. Belfast M.A. 1949.

The development of education in the county of Londonderry from 1800 to 1922. W.D. Hamilton. Belfast M.A. 1963.

A history of the Londonderry shirt industry. E.H. Slade. Belfast M.A. 1937.

The historical geography of Londonderry in the 19th century. J.H. Johnson. London Ph.D. 1962.

The economic significance of the London companies as landlords in Ireland during the period 1800–70. Olive Robinson. Belfast Ph.D. 1957.

The Downshire estates in Ireland under the 3rd marquis of Downshire, 1801–45: a study of Irish estate management in the first half of the 19th century. W.A. Maguire. Belfast Ph.D. 1968.

Irish immigration into Great Britain, 1798–1838. Barbara M. Kerr. Oxford B.Litt. 1939.

Irish immigration in Great Britain during the first half of the 19th century. F.L. Wilson. Manchester M.A. 1946.

The civil administration of Ireland, 1801–48. S.M. Houghton. Manchester M.A. 1924.

An assessment of the social, religious and political aspects of Congregationalism in Ireland in the 19th century. J.M. Henry. Belfast Ph.D. 1965.

Presbyterian missionary activity among Irish Roman Catholics in the 19th century. R.J. Rodgers. Belfast M.A. 1969.

History of the ruling eldership in Irish Presbyterianism. J.M. Barkley. Belfast M.A. 1952.

The training of teachers in Ireland from 1811 to the present day. J.W. Musson. Belfast Ph.D. 1955.

The influence of the Rev. Henry Cooke on the political life of Ulster. J. Jamieson. Belfast M.A. 1950.

Robert Sullivan - an Irish educationalist and benefactor: a study of his life and times. J. Robinson. Belfast M.A. 1962.

The emergence of the Irish banking system, 1820–45. G.L. Barrow. London Ph.D. (Ext.) 1970.

The struggle for tenant-right in Ulster, 1829–50. B.A. Kennedy. Belfast M.A. 1943.

Geographical factors in the growth and decline of the ports of north-east Ireland. Sybil Ward. Belfast M.A. 1940.

The chief factors determining the developments in primary education, Ireland 1831–1947. W. Jacques. Belfast Ph.D. 1952.

Catholic reaction to mixed elementary education in Ireland between 1831 and 1870. M. McKeown. Belfast M.A. 1962.

The development of National schools in Belfast, 1831–51. A. Jordan. Belfast M.A. 1970.

The development of educational facilities for handicapped children in Ireland, with particular reference to the deaf in Ulster. J.G. McClelland. Belfast M.A. 1965/6.

The Irish Board of Works, 1831–78, with particular reference to the Famine years. A.R.G. Griffiths. Cambridge Ph.D. 1968.

An investigation into the effects of the 1832 Reform Act on the general elections of 1832, 1835 and 1837 in Ireland. R.C. Brewer. London M.Sc. (Ext.) 1965.

The condition of the Irish peasantry, 1840–50. P. Hinckley. Leeds M.A. 1917.

The internal migration of labour in Ireland, 1841–1911. M.E.M. El Rayah. Belfast M.A. 1961.

The development of the urban pattern of Ireland, 1841–81. H.L. Mason. Wales Ph.D. 1970.

The relations between Great Britain and Ireland: 1841–8. K.B. Nowlan. Cambridge Ph.D. 1955.

The political and social teachings of the Young Irelanders, 1842–8. G.R. Clarke. Belfast M.A. 1936.

An economic history of livestock in Ireland since the Famine. J. O'Donovan. Oxford B.Litt. 1931.

Irish overseas emigration and the state during the great Famine. O.O.G.M. MacDonagh. Cambridge Ph.D. 1952.

The regional variations in the fall of population in Ireland, 1846–61, following the great Irish Famine. S.H. Cousens. Cambridge Ph.D. 1958.

The administration of the poor laws in Ireland till 30 November 1921 and in Northern Ireland from 1 December 1921 till present date, 1942. H. Miller. Belfast M.Com.Sc. 1942.

The economic history of the engineering industry in the north of Ireland to 1914. W.E. Coe. Belfast Ph.D. 1964.

Institutional factors in the development of Irish agriculture, 1850–1915. J.P. Huttman. London Ph.D. 1970.

An economic history of agriculture in Northern Ireland, 1850–1900. D.L. Armstrong. Belfast Ph.D. 1952.

The general election of 1852 in Ireland. J.H. Whyte. Oxford B.Litt. 1951.

Newman's work for university education in Ireland. J.S.F. McGrath. Oxford D.Phil. 1948.

The Irish university question and party politics, 1865–79. P. Ramsden. Durham M.A. 1965.

The Catholic movement for the disestablishment of the Irish Church, 1864–9. E.R. Norman. Cambridge Ph.D. 1964.

Irish land reform and English Liberal politics, 1865–70. E.D. Steele. Cambridge Ph.D. 1963.

The economic objects and results of land legislation in Ireland in the Gladstonian era. E.R. Nuttall. Wales M.A. 1936.

The Irish Protestant churches and social and political issues, 1870–1914. A.J. Megahey. Belfast Ph.D. 1969.

The Catholic Church and Irish politics, 1879–92. C.J. Woods. Nottingham Ph.D. 1968.

William Abraham, 1842–1922. E.W. Evans. Wales M.A. 1953.

The Ulster issue against its social and economic background, c.1880–93: the evolution and interaction of society and politics in Ulster from about 1880 to the defeat of the Second Home Rule Bill. B.P. Lenman. Cambridge M.Litt. 1965.

Trade union beginnings in Belfast and district, with special reference to the period 1881–1900 and to the work of the Belfast and District United Trades Council during that period. D.W. Bleakley. Belfast M.A. 1955.

A study of devolution, with special reference to the government of Northern Ireland. P.N.S. Mansergh. Oxford D.Phil. 1936.

Public opinion and educational reform in the north of Ireland, 1900–54. J.E. Holmes. Belfast M.A. 1968/9.

Joseph Devlin: Ulsterman and Irishman. F.J. Whitford. London M.A. (Ext.) 1959.

The educational work of Sir Bertram Windle, F.R.S. (1858–1929), with particular reference to his contributions to higher education in Ireland. H. Neeson. Belfast M.A. 1962.

Wages and prices in Belfast, 1914–23. W. Semple. Belfast M.Com.Sc. 1923.

The economic life of Ireland since 1918. E.G. Thomas. Manchester Ph.D. 1934.

An outline political geography of Northern Ireland since Partition. J.R.V. Prescott. Durham M.A. 1958.

The Irish Free State and Commonwealth development, 1919–32. G.H. Byrne. Belfast M.A. 1969.

Church and state in the Republic of Ireland. J.H. Whyte. Belfast Ph.D. 1970.

The career of Michael Collins, with special reference to the treaty of 1921. Mrs. Patricia A. Freeman. Bristol M.A. 1963.

The senate in Northern Ireland, 1921–62. P.F. McGill. Belfast Ph.D. 1965.

The development of industry in the Republic of Ireland since 1922: a geographical investigation. D.J. Dwyer. London Ph.D. 1960.

The development of post-primary education in Eire since 1922, with special reference to vocational education. P.K. O'Leary. Belfast Ph.D. 1962.