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From:The English Historical Review (Vol. 119, Issue 480) Peer-ReviewedAMONG the reasons prompting me to write 'Pre-Reformation Churchwardens' Accounts and Parish Government: Lessons from London and Bristol' (hereafter referred to as 'Lessons'), two were prominent. I hoped to secure not...
From:The English Historical Review (Vol. 119, Issue 480) Peer-ReviewedIN May 1920, Jan Smuts, Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa, and a pushy member of the inner circle of Lloyd George's Imperial War Cabinet, wrote to the Poet Laureate Robert Bridges. He expressed his regret at...
From:The English Historical Review (Vol. 119, Issue 480) Peer-ReviewedTHE summer of 1549 was a good time to be a Scottish Catholic. During the political turmoil and devastating warfare of the previous seven years, heresy had made alarming progress. Even in the last years of James V, the...
From:The English Historical Review (Vol. 119, Issue 480) Peer-ReviewedIN about 1100, Bishop Herbert de Losinga completed the domestic quarters of his cathedral priory at Norwich, and summoned the monks of the new community down from the chapel of St Leonard in nearby Thorpe wood where...
From:The English Historical Review (Vol. 119, Issue 480) Peer-ReviewedAttention is also drawn to the following publications: RECORDS, ARCHIVES AND HISTORIOGRAPHY Porter, Andrew (ed.), Bibliography of Imperial, Colonial, and Commonwealth History since 1600 (Oxford: Oxford U.P., 2002;...
From:The English Historical Review (Vol. 119, Issue 480) Peer-ReviewedAROUND 1500, Englishmen and women formed a heterogeneous social body, but almost all had one thing in common: they were parishioners. Parish studies thus promise unrivalled insights into the public lives of the vast...
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