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Furniture-making in London c. 1700-1870: craft, design, business and labour.
This thesis is a study of furniture-making in London in the years between about 1700 and 1870. The aims of the thesis are outlined in the introduction, which also explains why the years 1700-1870 were chosen. The special ...
Marriage and mobility 1754-1810 : an examination of the Anglican marriage registers of selected Shropshire parishes
Little is known in detail of the chronology, magnitude and pattern of migration prior to 1800. This thesis examines Anglican Marriage Registers and the insight they can provide into past patterns of mobility in a county ...
Huguenot artists designers and craftsmen in Great Britain and Ireland. 1680-1760.
The names of over five hundred and seventy French artists and craftsmen have been extracted from the records of the Huguenot churches in Great Britain and Ireland, 1680-1760. This thesis covers their contribution in the ...
A Florentine family in crisis: the Strozzi in the fifteenth century.
In 1434 the Strozzi lineage had held a leading position in Florentine society and government for at least one hundred and fifty years, and was one of the largest and wealthiest of the city's patrician lineages. The ...
A STUDY IN THE STRUCTURE OF LAND HOLDING AND ADMINISTRATION IN ESSEX IN THE LATE ANGLO-SAXON PERIOD
(Queen Mary University of London, 1986)
This study explores some of the implications of the distribution of estates between the landholders of Essex in 1066. Emphasis is placed on the immediate background of land ownership in Essex during the reign of Edward ...