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Barber, S. E. (2007) Power in the English Caribbean: the proprietorship of Lord Willoughby of Parham. In: Constructing Early Modern Empires:' Proprietary Ventures in the Atlantic World, 1500-1750. Brill, Leiden. ISBN 978 90 04 15676 0

Barber, S. E. (2002) The formation of cultural attitudes: the example of the three kingdoms in the 1650s. In: The Stuart Kingdoms in the Seventeenth Century. Four Courts Press, Dublin. ISBN 1-85182-532-0

Barber, Sarah (1999) Attitudes towards the Scots in Northern England, 1639-1652: 'the lamb and the dragon cannot be reconciled'. Northern History, 35. pp. 93-118. ISSN 0078-172X

Barber, Sarah (2010) Curiosity and reality: the context and interpretation of a seventeenth-century image. History Workshop Journal, 70 (1). pp. 21-46.

Barber, Sarah (2010) English Folk Society. .

Barber, Sarah (1999) 'Nothing but the First Chaos': Making Sense of Ireland. Seventeenth Century, 14 (1). pp. 24-42. ISSN 0268-117X

Barber, Sarah (1998) Regicide and Republicanism: Politics and Ethics in the English Revolution, 1646-1659. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. ISBN 1-85331-211-8

Barber, Sarah (2000) A revolutionary rogue : Henry Marten and the English republic. Sutton, Stroud.

Barber, Sarah E. (2001) Belshazzar's feast: regicide, republicanism and the metaphor of balance. In: The Regicides and the Execution of Charles I. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 94-116. ISBN 0-333-80259-4

Bound Alberti, F. (2003) An "Angry and Malicious Mind"? Narratives of Slander at the Church Courts of York, c.1660-c.1760. History Workshop Journal, 56 (1). pp. 59-77.

Bound Alberti, F. (2002) Writing the Self? Love and the Letter in England, c.1660-c.1760. Literature and History, 11 (1). pp. 1-19. ISSN 0306-1973

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Cambers, Andrew (2007) Reading, the godly, and self-writing in England, circa.1580-1720. Journal of British Studies, 46 (4). pp. 796-825. ISSN 0021-9371

Cambers, Andrew and Wolfe, Michelle (2004) 'Reading, family religion, and evangelical identity in late Stuart England'. The Historical Journal, 47 (4). pp. 875-896.

Caruana, I. D. and Shotter, David C. A. (2002) A hoard of Roman coins of the third and fourth centuries from Distington, Cumbria. Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions, 2 (Thi. pp. 67-78.

Caruana, Ian D. and Shotter, David C. A. (2005) A collection of Roman coins from Whitehaven, Cumbria. Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions, 5 (3rd. pp. 79-87.

Constantine, S. (2003) British emigration to the Empire-Commonwealth since 1880: from overseas settlement to diaspora? In: The British world : diaspora, culture, and identity. Frank Cass, London, pp. 16-35. ISBN 0714654728

Constantine, Stephen (1981) Amateur Gardening and Popular Recreation in the 19th and 20th Centuries. Journal of Social History, 14 (3). pp. 387-406.

Constantine, Stephen (1986) Bringing the Empire Alive: The Empire Marketing Board and Imperial Propaganda. In: Imperialism and Popular Culture. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 192-231. ISBN 071901770 4

Constantine, Stephen (1995) Britain and the Empire. In: The First World War In British History. Edward Arnold, London, pp. 252-278. ISBN 0 340 64531 8 or 0 340 57053 9

Constantine, Stephen (1987) The Buy British Campaign of 1931. Journal of Advertising History, 10 (1). pp. 44-59. ISSN 0143-0793

Constantine, Stephen (1986) Buy and Build : The Advertising Posters of the Empire Marketing Board. Public Record Office: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London. ISBN 0 11 440200 0

Constantine, Stephen (1992) Dominions Diary: The Letters of E.J. Harding 1913-1916. Ryburn, Halifax. ISBN 1-85331-018-2

Constantine, Stephen (1991) Empire Migration and Social Reform, 1880-1950. In: Migrants, Emigrants and Immigrants: A Social History of Migration. Routledge, London, pp. 62-83. ISBN 0-415-04976-8

Constantine, Stephen (1992) Lloyd George. Lancaster Pamphlets . Routledge, London. ISBN 0 415 06573 9

Constantine, Stephen (1982) 'Love on the Dole' and its Reception in the 1930s. Literature and History, 8 (2). pp. 232-247. ISSN 0306-1973

Constantine, Stephen (2001) Migration and emigration. In: The Penguin atlas of British and Irish history. Penguin, London, pp. 202-205.

Constantine, Stephen (1983) Social Conditions in Britain 1918-1939. Lancaster Pamphlets . Methuen, London. ISBN 0-416-36010-6

Constantine, Stephen and Warde, Alan (2001) Challenge and Change in a New Century. In: A History of Lancaster (2nd Edition). Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 229-275. ISBN 0 7486 1466 4

Crosby, A. (2006) Industrial Heritage. In: The North West : England's landscape. English Heritage (8). Collins, London, pp. 211-226. ISBN 0007155778

Crosby, A. (2006) Landscapes of industry. In: The North West : England's landscape. English Heritage (8). Collins, London, pp. 115-132. ISBN 0007155778

Crosby, A. (2006) Moving through the landscape. In: The North West : England's landscape. English Heritage (8). Collins, London, pp. 53-72. ISBN 0007155778

Crosby, A. (2006) Our landscapes: resource, asset, challenge and opportunity. In: Proceedings of the cultural landscapes of Lancashire and Cumbria forum: action plan and summary. Centre for the North West Regional Studies, Lancaster, pp. 24-27.

Crosby, A. (2006) Townscapes and cityscapes. In: The North West : England's landscape. English Heritage (8). Collins, London, pp. 133-152. ISBN 0007155778

Crosby, A. (2006) The quest for Utopia. In: The North West : England's landscape. English Heritage (8). Collins, London, pp. 181-196. ISBN 0007155778

Crosby, A. (2006) A sort of national property. In: The North West : England's landscape. English Heritage (8). Collins, pp. 227-243. ISBN 0007155778

Crosby, A. G. (2004) Building bridges in Lonsdale. Lancashire Local History., 17. pp. 43-52.

Crosby, A. G. (2004) A Chester merchant buys leather from the Isle of Man in 1524. Cheshire History, 44. pp. 37-42.

Crosby, A. G. (2004) Edward Smith Stanley, 12th Earl of Derby. In: Oxford dictionary of national biography : from the earliest times to the year 2000. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 202-203. ISBN 019861411X (hbk.)

Crosby, A. G. (2004) Humphrey Chetham. In: Oxford dictionary of national biography : from the earliest times to the year 2000. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 353-354. ISBN 019861411X (hbk.)

Crosby, A. G. (2004) A Liverpool mariner and merchant : Isaac Abraham (died 1613) [part 2]. Liverpool Historical Society Journal, 3. pp. 12-19.

Crosby, A. G. (2004) This church : a musical commemoration of a local history event. Local History, 34 (2). pp. 127-129.

Crosby, A. G. (2004) The amateur, the professional and the Internet : the development of local history, 1850-2000. CILIP (Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals) NW Branch Local Studies Group, Manchester.

Crosby, A. G. and Neil, N. and Baldwin, S. (2004) The medieval deer park of Lathom. In: Historic Lathom. Lathom Park Trust, Lathom, pp. 17-21.

Crosby, Alan (2004) A dispute over mining royalties in the Bolton area, 1836-1842. British Mining Memories, 75. pp. 106-125.

Crosby, Alan G. (2002) The 13th Earl of Derby as a landowner. In: A passion for natural history : the life and legacy of the 13th earl of Derby. National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside, Liverpool, pp. 22-29.

Crosby, Alan G. (2002) The 13th earl of Derby as a politician. In: A passion for natural history : the life and legacy of the 13th earl of Derby. National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside, Liverpool, pp. 38-43.

Crosby, Alan G. (2003) Articles relating to north-west England published in 'The Local Historian', 1952-1999. Centre Words (2). pp. 40-54. ISSN 1478-4602

Crosby, Alan G. (2003) By tempest and piracy : the loss of Mersey salt vessels off Pembrokeshire, 1695-1715. Journal of the Pembrokeshire Historical Society, 12. pp. 59-66.

Crosby, Alan G. (2005) Easby Abbey. In: Heritage unlocked : guide to free sites in Yorkshire and the North East. English Heritage, London, pp. 14-15. ISBN 1850748519

Crosby, Alan G. (2001) Essays on the north. Northern History, 38 (2). pp. 333-335. ISSN 0078-172X

Crosby, Alan G. (2002) Goodshaw chapel. In: Heritage unlocked : a guide to free sites in the North West. English Heritage, London, pp. 52-53.

Crosby, Alan G. (2001) Historical essay on reprint of 1907 OS 25-inch sheet Skelmersdale. Alan Godfrey Maps, Consett.

Crosby, Alan G. (2001) Historical essay on reprint of 1910 OS 25-inch sheet Nelson. Alan Godfrey Maps, Consett.

Crosby, Alan G. (2005) Historical essay on reprint of OS 1 inch sheet map, Lower Mersey, 1913. Alan Godfrey Maps.

Crosby, Alan G. (2005) Historical essay on reprint of OS 1 inch sheet, Colne South, 1910. Alan Godfrey Maps.

Crosby, Alan G. (2000) Historical essay on reprint of OS 1-inch sheet Ribble estuary [1901]. Alan Godfrey Maps, Consett.

Crosby, Alan G. (2000) Historical essay on reprint of OS 1-inch sheet South Lancashire coalfield [1907]. Alan Godfrey Maps, Consett.

Crosby, Alan G. (2002) Historical essay on reprint of OS 25-inch sheet Grange over Sands. Alan Godfrey Maps, Consett.

Crosby, Alan G. (2002) Historical essay on reprint of OS 25-inch sheet Nantwich. Alan Godfrey Maps, Consett.

Crosby, Alan G. (2003) Historical essay on reprint of OS 25-inch sheet, Colne North. Alan Godfrey Maps, Consett.

Crosby, Alan G. (2005) Historical essay on reprint of OS 25-inch sheet, Colne South. Alan Godfrey Maps, Consett.

Crosby, Alan G. (2000) Hutton : a millennium history. Carnegie Publishing and Hutton Parish Council.

Crosby, Alan G. (2000) A Lancashire dictionary of dialect, folklore and tradition. Smith Settle Publishers, Otley.

Crosby, Alan G. (1999) The Lancashire landscape : patterns and processes. Centre for North-West Regional Studies Regional Bulletin, 13. pp. 11-18.

Crosby, Alan G. (2003) Lancashire's Manchester to Poland's Manchester : exporting know-how in the 1880s. Lancashire Local Historian, 16. pp. 41-51.

Crosby, Alan G. (2003) A Liverpool mariner and merchant : Isaac Abraham (died 1613) [part 1]. Liverpool Historical Society Journal, 2. pp. 4-9.

Crosby, Alan G. (2000) Marshgates and embankments : managing the Hutton shore in the early 18th century. Regional Bulletin (14 (Ne). pp. 19-24.

Crosby, Alan G. (2005) Monk Bretton Priory. In: Heritage unlocked: guide to free sites in Yorkshire and the North-East. English Heritage, London, pp. 38-39. ISBN 1850748519

Crosby, Alan G. (2005) The Morecambe Bay landscape : past, present and future. Lancashire Local Historian, 18 (18). pp. 51-66.

Crosby, Alan G. (2005) Review article : maps and the local historian. Three handbooks. The Local Historian, 35 (3). pp. 201-205. ISSN 0024-5585

Crosby, Alan G. (2005) Review article : the history of roads and bridges. The Local Historian, 35 (2). pp. 132-135. ISSN 0024-5585

Crosby, Alan G. (2003) Rolling acres and filthy slums : landowners in north-west England, 1200-1900 - report of study day. Centre Words, 2. pp. 99-104.

Crosby, Alan G. (2002) Sawley Abbey. In: Heritage unlocked : a guide to free sites in the North West. English Heritage, London, pp. 54-55.

Crosby, Alan G. (2001) Unlocking the past : index and abstracts to the amateur historian 1952-1967 and the local historian 1968-1999. British Association for Local History, Salisbury.

Crosby, Alan G. (2005) Urban history in Lancashire and Cheshire. Northern History, 42 (1). pp. 75-89. ISSN 0078-172X

Crosby, Alan G. (2002) Whalley Abbey Gatehouse. In: Heritage unlocked : a guide to free sites in the North West. English Heritage, London, pp. 60-61.

Crosby, Alan G. (2002) 'The amateur historian' and 'The local historian' : some thoughts after fifty years. Local History, 32 (3). pp. 146-155.

Crosby, Alan G. (2002) A history of Warrington. Phillimore and Warrington Borough Council, Chichester & Warrington.

Crosby, Alan G. (2003) A history of Woking. Phillimore, Chichester. ISBN 1860772625

Crosby, Alan G. (2001) An unclerical cleric : the career of Bartholomew Cade (1602-ca. 1638). CNWRS Regional Bulletin, New Se. pp. 44-54.

Crosby, Alan G. and Beckett, J. and Saunders, P. (2002) Revire article : the hearth tax series. Local History, 32 (4). pp. 257-262.

Crosby, Alan G. and Bull, S. (2000) AD 2000 : the story of Christianity in Lancaster. Lancashire County Museums, Preston.

Crosby, Alan G. and Munby, L. M. and Hobbs, S. (2002) Reading Tudor and Stuart handwriting. British Association for Local History, Salisbury.

Cunningham, Niall (2008) Harnessing digital technologies for spatio-temporal analysis in historical research : A GIS approach to long-term religious division in Ireland. In: Network of Expert Centres in Digital Arts and Humanities: 'Research Methodologies in the Humanities and Arts', 2008-12-11, Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis, School of Geography, Archaelogy and Palaeoecology, Queen's University Belfast. (Unpublished)

Cunningham, Niall (2008) Troubled Geographies: Two Centuries of Religious Division in Ireland. In: AHRC/ESRC Encounters and Intersections: Religion, Diaspora and Ethnicities, 2008-07-092008-07-11, St. Catherine's College, Oxford. (Unpublished)

Cunningham, Niall and Gregory, Ian (2008) Analysing religious change and political violence in Ireland : A GIS approach. In: UK Historical GIS 2008, 2008-08-212008-08-22, University of Essex. (Unpublished)

Cunningham, Niall and Gregory, Ian and Shuttleworth, Ian (2008) New Approaches to the Troubles in Northern Ireland. In: Social Science History Association 2008, 2008-10-232008-10-26, Miami Intercontinental, Miami, USA. (Unpublished)

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Dixon, Thomas (2005) The invetion of altruism: Auguste Comte's 'Positive polity' and respectable unbelief in Victorian Britain. In: Science and beliefs : from natural philosophy to natural science, 1700-1900. Science, technology, and culture, 1700-1945 . Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 195-211. ISBN 0754639967

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Ealham, Chris (2005) La calle como memoria y conflicto (Barcelona 1914-1923). Historia, Antropología y Fuentes Orales, 34. pp. 113-134.

Edwards, B. J. N. (2006) The caput Carvetiorum and the putative god of the tribe. Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions, 3rd Se (6). pp. 221-226. ISSN 0309-7986

Edwards, B. J. N. and Shotter, David C. A. (2005) Two Roman milestones from the Penrith area. Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions, 5 (3rd. pp. 79-87.

Ell, P. S. and Gregory, Ian N. (2005) Demography, depopulation and devastation: Exploring the Geography of the Irish Potato Famine. Historical Geography, 33. pp. 54-75. ISSN 1091-6458

Evans, E. J. (2006) Sir Robert Peel : statesmanship, power and party, 2nd ed. Routledge, London. ISBN 9780415366151

Evans, Eric (2000) Chartism. Longman History in Depth . Longman.

Evans, Eric (2000) Conflict in the community : the Kendal tithe dispute in the nineteenth century. Hist. Kendal, 4. pp. 27-32.

Evans, Eric (2005) Harold Perkin : obituary. Cultural & Social History, 2 (2). pp. 137-40.

Evans, Eric J. (1999) Achartism revisited. History Review, 33. pp. 28-33.

Evans, Eric J. (1999) Illustrated guide to British history. Parragon, Bath. ISBN 0752537024

Evans, Eric J. (1999) Oxford reader's companion to Dickens. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 0198662130

Evans, Eric J. (2000) Parliamentary reform, c.1770-1918. Seminar Studies . Longman Pearson.

Evans, Eric J. (2000) Revising what it means to be British. BBC History Magazine, 1 (5). p. 90.

Evans, Eric J. (1999) William Pitt the Younger. Lancaster pamphlets . Routledge, London. ISBN 0415132851

Evans, Eric J. (2001) The forging of the modern state, early industrial Britain, 1783-1870. Longman Pearson.

Evans, Eric J. (2000) A growing culture of complaint. BBC History Magazine, 1 (4). p. 90.

Evans, Eric J. (2000) The new AS/A syllabuses. BBC History Magazine, 1 (3). p. 90.

Evans, Eric J. (2000) 'The strict line of political succession?' Gladstone's relationship with Peel : an apt pupil? In: Gladstone centenary essays. Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, pp. 29-56.

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Freeman, Mark and Pearson, Robin and Taylor, James (2007) 'Different and better?' Scottish Joint-Stock Companies and the Law, c. 1720-1845. English Historical Review, 122 (495). pp. 61-81.

Freeman, Mark and Pearson, Robin and Taylor, James (2006) 'A Doe in the City': Women Shareholders in Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century Britain. Accounting, Business & Financial History, 16 (2). pp. 265-291. ISSN 1466-4275

Freeman, Mark and Pearson, Robin and Taylor, James (2013) Law, politics and the governance of English and Scottish joint-stock companies, 1600-1850. Business History, 55 (4). pp. 636-652. ISSN 0007-6791

Freeman, Mark and Pearson, Robin and Taylor, James (2012) Shareholder Democracies?:Corporate Governance in Britain and Ireland before 1850. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. ISBN 9780226261874

Freeman, Mark and Pearson, Robin and Taylor, James (2007) Technological change and the governance of joint-stock enterprise in the early nineteenth century:the case of Scottish coastal shipping. Business History, 49 (5). pp. 573-594. ISSN 0007-6791

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Grant, Alexander (2000) Acts of Lordship : the records of Archibald, fourth Earl of Douglas. In: Freedom and authority : historical and historiographical essays presented to Grant G. Simpson. Tuckwell Press, East Linton, pp. 235-274.

Grant, Alexander (2013) At the Northern Edge:Alba and its Normans. In: Norman Expansion. Ashgate Publishing, Farnham, pp. 49-85. ISBN 9781409448389

Grant, Alexander (2007) Bravehearts and coronets: Images of William Wallace and the Scottish nobility. In: The Wallace Book. Tuckwell Press, East Linton. ISBN 9780859766524

Grant, Alexander (2007) The Death of John Comyn: What was Going On. Scottish Historical Review, 86 (2). pp. 176-224.

Grant, Alexander (2000) Fourteenth-century Scotland. In: The new Cambridge medieval history. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 345-374.

Grant, Alexander (2007) Lordship and society in twelfth-century Clydesdale. In: Power and Indentity in the Middle Ages: Essays in Memory of Rees Davies. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 9780199285464

Grant, Alexander (2013) 'Murder will out': Kingship, Kinship and Killing in Medieval Scotland. Working Paper. Lancaster University, Lancaster.

Grant, Alexander (2013) Royal and Magnate Bastards in the Later Middle Ages: The View from Scotland. Working Paper. Lancaster University, Lancaster.

Grant, Alexander (2000) Service and tenure in late medieval Scotland, 1314-1475. In: Concepts of service in the fifteenth century. Boydell and Brewer, Woodbridge, pp. 145-178.

Grant, Alexander (2013) The St Bees Lord and Lady, and their Lineage. Working Paper. University of Lancaster, Lancaster.

Grant, Alexander (2000) The construction of the early Scottish state. In: The medieval state : essays presented to James Campbell. Hambledon Press, London, pp. 47-72.

Grant, Alexander (2000) A list of essays on Scottish history in books published during the years 1997-1998. Scottish Historical Review, 79 (1). pp. 97-104.

Grant, Alexander (2001) A list of essays on Scottish history in books published during the years 1998-1999. Scottish Historical Review, 80 (1). pp. 102-112.

Grant, Alexander (2002) A list of essays on Scottish history in books published during the years 1999-2000. Scottish Historical Review, 81 (1). pp. 106-119.

Grant, Alexander (2000) The province of Ross and the Kingdom of Alba. In: Alba : Celtic Scotland in the medieval era. Tuckwell Press, East Linton, pp. 88-126.

Gregory, Ian and Cunningham, Niall and Lloyd, Chris and Shuttleworth, Ian and Ell, Paul (2014) Troubled geographies:a spatial history of religion and society in Ireland. Spatial Humanities . Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Ind.. ISBN 9780253009661

Gregory, Ian N. (2009) Comparisons between the geographies of mortality and deprivation from the 1900s to 2001:spatial analysis of census and mortality statistics. BMJ (British Medical Journal), 339 (n/a). ISSN 0959-8138

Gregory, Ian N. (2005) The Great Britain Historical GIS. Historical Geography, 33. pp. 132-134. ISSN 1091-6458

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Hayes, J. and Crosby, Alan G. (2003) Warrington at work : images from the collections of Warrington Library, Museum and Archive Service. Breedon Books, Derby. ISBN 1859833659

Hayward, Paul Antony (2003) An Absent Father: Eadmer, Goscelin and the Cult of St Peter, the First Abbot of St Augustine’s Abbey, Canterbury. The Journal of Medieval History, 29 (3). pp. 201-218. ISSN 0304-4181

Hayward, Paul Antony (2005) 'Before the Coming of Popular Heresy: The Rhetoric of Heresy in English Historiography, c. 700–1154'. In: Heresy in Transition: Transforming Ideas of Heresy in Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Catholic Christendom 1300–1700 . Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 9-27. ISBN 10–0–7546–5438–1

Hayward, Paul Antony (2005) 'The Cult of St Alban, Anglorum protomartyr, in Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman England'. In: More than a Memory: The Discourse of Martyrdom and the Construction of Christian Identity in the History of Christianity. Annua Nuntia Lovaniensia (51). Peeters, Louvain, pp. 169-199. ISBN 90–429–1688–5

Hayward, Paul Antony (2011) 'Cults and Saints'. In: A Social History of England, 900–1200. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 309–320. ISBN 9780521713238

Hayward, Paul Antony (2010) Eleven items: ‘The Coventry Chronicle’, ‘Eadmer of Canterbury’, ‘Gervase of Canterbury’, ‘Gloucester Abbey, Chronicles of’, ‘Hugh the Chanter’, ‘John of Worcester’, ‘Norman Annals’, ‘Richard of Devizes’, ‘Thomas of Marlborough’, and ‘The Winchcombe Chronicle’, ‘Winchcombe, Later Annals of’. In: Encyclopedia of the Medieval Chronicle. Brill, Leiden. ISBN 978 90 04 18464 0

Hayward, Paul Antony (2009) 'Geoffrey of Wells’ and the Anarchy of King Stephen’s Reign. In: St Edmund, King and Martyr: Changing Images of a Medieval Saint. The Boydell Press for the York Medieval Press, York / Woodbridge, Suffolk, pp. 63-86. ISBN 9781903153260

Hayward, Paul Antony (2004) 'Gregory the Great as "Apostle of the English" in Post-Conquest Canterbury'. The Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 55 (1). pp. 19-57. ISSN 0022-0469

Hayward, Paul Antony (1993) 'The Idea of Innocent Martyrdom in Late Tenth- and Eleventh-Century English Hagiology'. In: Martyrs and Martyrologies. Studies in Church History (30). Basil Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 81-92. ISBN 0631188681

Hayward, Paul Antony (1999) 'The Miracula inuentionis beate Mylburge Virginis Attributed to "Ato, Cardinal Bishop of Ostia"'. English Historical Review, 114 (457). pp. 543-573.

Hayward, Paul Antony (1999) 'Sanctity and Lordship in Twelfth-Century England: Saint Albans, Durham, and the Cult of Saint Oswine, King and Martyr'. Viator : Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 30. pp. 105-144. ISSN 0083-5897

Hayward, Paul Antony (2004) 'Some Reflections on the Historical Value of the So-Called Acta Lanfranci'. Historical Research, 77 (196). pp. 141-160. ISSN 0950-3471

Hayward, Paul Antony (2012) 'St Wilfrid of Ripon and the Northern Church in Anglo-Norman Historiography'. Northern History, 49 (1). pp. 11-36. ISSN 0078-172X

Hayward, Paul Antony (1994) 'Suffering and Innocence in Latin Sermons for the Feast of the Holy Innocents, c. 400–800 A.D.'. In: Church and Childhood. Studies in Church History (31). Basil Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 67-80. ISBN 0631195874

Hayward, Paul Antony (1999) 'Translation-Narratives in Post-Conquest Hagiography and English Resistance to the Norman Conquest'. Anglo-Norman Studies, 21. pp. 67-93. ISSN 0954-9927

Hayward, Paul Antony (2010) The Winchcombe and Coventry Chronicles:Hitherto Unnoticed Witnesses to the Work of John of Worcester. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies . Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Tempe, AZ. ISBN 978-0-86698-421-8

Hayward, Paul Antony and Howard-Johnston, James (2000) The cult of saints in late antiquity and the middle ages:essays on the contribution of Peter Brown. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 0–19–826978–1 (hbk); 0–19–925354–4 (pbk)

Henig, Ruth B (2001) New diplomacy and old : a reassessment of British conceptions of league of nations, 1918-1920. In: The Paris peace conference 1919. Palgrave, London, pp. 157-174.

Holford, Matthew and Stringer, Keith John (2010) Border liberties and loyalties : North-East England, C. 1200 to C. 1400. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. ISBN 978-0748632787

Hoyle, R. W. and Winchester, Angus J. L. (2003) A lost source for the rising of 1536 in north-west England. English Historical Review, 118 (475). pp. 120-129.

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Jenkins, J. and Evans, Eric J. (2002) Victorian social life : British social history, 1815-1914. John Murray.

Jotischky, Andrew (2012) Monastic reform and the geography of Christendom:experience, observation and influence. Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 22. pp. 57-74. ISSN 1474-0648

Jotischky, Andrew (2012) St Sabas and the Palestinian Monastic Network under Crusader Rule. In: International Religious Networks. Studies in Church History Subsidia . Boydell, Woodbridge, pp. 9-19. ISBN 9780954681005

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Kay, Alison (2006) 'Retailing, respectability and the independent woman in nineteenth-century London.'. In: Women, Business and Finance in Nineteenth-Century Europe: Rethinking Seperate Spheres. Oxford. New York: Berg. ISBN 1 84520 185 X

Kirk, J. and Grant, Alexander (2002) Scotland before the Union in annual bibliography of British and Irish history : publications of 2001. In: Royal historical annual bibliography. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 378-384.

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Lambert, S. (2004) Irish women's emigration, 1922-1960 : the lengthening of family ties. In: Irish women's history. Irish Academic Press, London, pp. 152-167.

Lambert, Sharon (2005) Memories of Lancaster. Tempus Publishing Ltd., Stroud, Gloucestershire. ISBN 9780752437194

Lambert, Sharon and Ingham, Nigel (2004) Fumigating the cat and other stories from the Marsh History Group. Marsh History Group, Lancaster.

Lewis, Jane and Welshman, John (1997) The Issue of Never-Married Motherhood in Britain, 1920-70. Social history of medicine, 10 (3). pp. 401-418. ISSN 1477-4666

Lloyd, Chris and Gregory, Ian and Shuttleworth, Ian and Lilley, Keith (2012) Exploring change in urban areas using GIS: data sources, linkages and problems. Annals of GIS, 18 (1). pp. 71-80. ISSN 1947-5683

Lyas, C. (1999) Peter Winch. Philosophy now . Acumen, Teddington. ISBN 902683013

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MacKenzie, John M. (2001) Introduction. In: The Victorian vision : inventing new Britain. V & A Publications, London, pp. 8-25.

MacKenzie, John M. (2001) The Victorian vision : inventing new Britain. V & A Publications, London.

MacKenzie, John M. (2001) The global gaze. In: The Victorian vision : inventing new Britain. V&A Publications, London, pp. 241-263.

Mackenzie, John M. (1999) Empire and metropolitan cultures. In: The Oxford history of the British Empire. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 270-293. ISBN 0198205651

Mackenzie, John M. (1999) India's role in the Victorian concept of empire. In: Imperium / Empire / Reich : An Anglo- German comparison of a concept of rule. Prince Albert studies (16). Saur, Munich, pp. 119-132. ISBN 3598214162

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Welshman, John (2002) The cycle of deprivation and the concept of the underclass. Benefits : the Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 10 (3). pp. 199-205. ISSN 0962-7898

Welshman, John (2000) The missing relative : the home help service in England and Wales, 1918-1974, part II. International Journal for the History of Nursing, 5 (2). pp. 48-58.

Welshman, John (2004) The unknown Titmuss. Journal of Social Policy, 33 (2). pp. 225-247. ISSN 0047-2794

Welshman, John (2006) The workhouse. In: International Encyclopedia of Social Policy. Routledge, London.

Welshman, John and Bashford, Alison (2006) Tuberculosis, Migration, and Medical Examination: Lessons from History. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 60 (4). pp. 282-284.

Welshman, John and Convery, I. (2006) Mills, migration, and medicine : ethnicity and the textile industry, 1950-2000. In: Occupational health and public health : lessons from the past - challenges for the future. Swedish Institute of Working Life, Stockholm, pp. 145-164.

Welshman, John and Mitchell, D. (2006) In the shadow of the poor law : workforce issues. In: Community care in perspective : care, control and citizenship. Palgrave, Basingstoke, pp. 187-200. ISBN 9781403992659

Welshman, John and Stewart, John (2006) The evacuation of children in wartime Scotland : culture, behaviour, and poverty. Journal of Scottish Historical Studies, 26 (1-2). pp. 100-120. ISSN 1748-538X

Westaway, Jonathan Howard (1996) Scottish influences upon the Reformed churches in north-west England, c. 1689-1829:a study of the ministry within the Congregational and Presbyterian churches in Lancashire, Cumberland and Westmorland. PhD thesis, .

White, A. (2005) Defence of the realm : relics of World War II around Lancaster. Contrebis, XXX. pp. 66-77.

White, A. (2006) Fast packet boats to Kendal. Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions, 3rd Se (6). pp. 145-62. ISSN 0309-7986

White, A. (2006) The Folly to end all follies? Ashton Memorial, Lancaster. The Follies Journal, 6. pp. 5-22. ISSN 1474-7669

White, Andrew (2004) Fenton House, Lancaster (formerly the Trades Hall). Contrebis, XXIX. pp. 27-30.

White, Andrew (2004) The Garstang-Heron Syke turnpike road : two examples of modernisation in the nineteenth century. Contrebis, 28. pp. 30-32.

White, Andrew (2003) Heritage matters : what has the Heritage Lottery Fund done for the North West? Centre Words, 2 (New. pp. 5-24.

White, Andrew (2003) Heysham : two ancient churches and a burial ground. Lancaster City Museums, Lancaster.

White, Andrew (2003) Lancaster : a history. Phillimore, Chichester. ISBN 1860772447

White, Andrew (2004) The Lancaster rule books : a new source for the study of eighteenth century Lancaster. Contrebis, 28. pp. 23-26.

White, Andrew (2004) Life in Georgian Lancaster. Carnegie Publishing, Lancaster. ISBN 1859361021

White, Andrew (2004) More pottery from Silverdale. Contrebis, XXIX. p. 19.

White, Andrew (2003) Over the sands. Lancaster City Museums, Lancaster.

White, Andrew (2003) Two Bronze Age axes by the same founder? Contrebis, XXVIII. p. 6.

White, Andrew (2003) Two Bronze Age axes by the same founder? Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions, III. pp. 215-217. ISSN 0309-7986

White, Andrew (2003) Witches in Lancaster. Lancaster City Museums, Lancaster.

White, Andrew (2004) A bronze age axe from Quernmore. Contrebis, XXIX. p. 5.

White, Andrew (2002) A canal building at Tewitfield Locks. Contrebis, XXVIII. pp. 9-10.

White, Andrew (2003) An early Bronze Age dagger from the Kendal area. Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions, 3 (3rd. pp. 214-215. ISSN 0309-7986

White, Andrew (2004) A history of Whitby. Phillimore and Co., Chichester.

White, Andrew (2003) A previously unrecorded Anglo-Saxon fragment from Lancaster. Contrebis, XXVIII. pp. 7-8.

White, Andrew J. (2002) Carvings of ships in Whitby Parish Church. Abbey Cottage Publications, Whitby.

White, Andrew J. (2002) Two Bronze Age axes by the same founder? Contrebis, XXVII. p. 6.

White, Andrew J. (2002) A previously unrecorded Anglo-Saxon cross fragment from Lancaster. Contrebis, XXVII. pp. 7-8.

Whyte, I. D. (2005) Landlord-tenant relationships in Scotland from the sixteenth century to modern times. In: The individual and community life. Scottish life and society : a compendium of Scottish ethnology (9). John Donald in association with The European Ethnological Research Centre and The National Museums of Scotland, Edinburgh, pp. 343-357. ISBN 0859766322

Whyte, Ian D. (2003) Landscape and History Since 1500. London: Reaktion. ISBN 1-86189-138-5

Whyte, Ian D. (2006) Parliamentary enclosure and changes in landownership in an upland environment : Westmorland c.1770-1860. Agricultural History Review, 54 (2). pp. 240-256. ISSN 0002-1490

Whyte, Ian D. (2003) Transforming Fell and Valley : Landscape and Parliamentary Enclosure in North West England. University of Lancaster: Centre for North West Regional Studies. ISBN 1-86220-132-3

Whyte, Ian D. (2003) Wild, barren and frightful. Parliamentary enclosure in an upland county: Westmorland 1767-1890. Rural History, 14 (1). pp. 21-36. ISSN 1474-0656

Whyte, Ian D. (2005) The landscape and environmental impact of mining and quarrying in upland Britain. In: Society, landscape and environment in upland Britain. Society for Landscape Studies supplementary series (2). Society for Landscape Studies, UK, pp. 111-124. ISBN 0953971112

Winchester, A. J. L. (2006) 'Common land in upland Britain: tragic unsustainability or utopian community resource?'. In: Umwelt und Geschichte in Deutschland und Grossbritannien / Environment and History in Britain and Germany. (Prinz Albert Studien Band 24). Munich: K. G. Sauer for Prince Albert Society. ISBN 3-598-21424-3

Winchester, A. J. L. (2002) 'Upland commons in northern England'. In: The Management of Common Land in North West Europe, c.1500-1850. (CORN [Comparative Rural History of the North Sea Area] publication series, 8). Turnhout: Brepols. ISBN 2-503-51273-9

Winchester, Angus (2011) Personal names and local identities in early modern Cumbria. Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions, 11 (n/a). pp. 29-49. ISSN 0309-7986

Winchester, Angus (2011) Seasonal Settlement in Northern England:Shieling Place-names Revisited. In: Life in Medieval Landscapes. Windgather Press, Oxford, pp. 125-149. ISBN 9781905119400

Winchester, Angus and Crosby, Alan (2006) England's landscape 8:the North West. Harper Collins, London. ISBN 9780007155774

Winchester, Angus J L (2008) Early estate structures in Cumbria and Lancashire. Medieval Settlement Research Group, 23. pp. 14-21. ISSN 0959-2474

Winchester, Angus J. L. (2007) Baronial and manorial parks in medieval Cumbria. In: The Medieval Park : new perspectives. Windgather Press, Macclesfield, pp. 165-184. ISBN 978-1-905119-16-5

Winchester, Angus J. L. (2003) Demesne livestock farming in the Lake District : the vaccary at Gatesgarth, Buttermere, in the later thirteenth century. Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions, 3. pp. 109-118.

Winchester, Angus J. L. (2000) Discovering parish boundaries. Shire Publications, Princes Risborough.

Winchester, Angus J. L. (2000) Dividing lines in a moorland landscape : territorial boundaries in upland England. Landscapes, 1 (2). pp. 16-32.

Winchester, Angus J. L. (2000) Hill farming landscapes of medieval northern England. In: Landscape : the richest historical record. Society for Landscape Studies, pp. 75-84.

Winchester, Angus J. L. (2010) John Denton's History of Cumberland. Publications of the Surtees Society . Boydell & Brewer, Woodbridge. ISBN 978-0-85444-068-9

Winchester, Angus J. L. (2004) Moorland forests of medieval England. In: Society, landscape and environmental in upland Britain. Society for Landscape Studies supplementary series (2). Society for Landscape Studies, Birmingham, pp. 21-34. ISBN 0953971112

Winchester, Angus J. L. (2005) Regional identity in the Lake Counties : land tenure and the Cumbrian landscape. Natural History, 42 (1). pp. 29-48. ISSN 0028-0712

Winchester, Angus J. L. (2010) Vaccaries and agistment : upland medieval forests as grazing grounds. In: Forests and Chases of Medieval England and Wales c.1000-c.1500. St John's College Research Centre, Oxford, pp. 109-124. ISBN 978-0-9544975-7-6

Winchester, Angus J. L. (2006) Village Byelaws and the Management of a Contested Common Resource: Bracken (Pteridium Aquilinum) in Highland Britain, 1500-1800. In: Building the European Commons: From Open Fields to Open Source,. Digital Library of the Commons.

Winchester, Angus J. L. (2001) The effects [of the 2001 foot and mouth disease epidemic] on rural communities in Cumbria. Landscapes, 2 (2). pp. 5-9.

Winchester, Angus J. L. (2000) The harvest of the hills : rural life in Northern England and the Scottish borders, 1400-1700. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh.

Winchester, Angus J. L. (2003) A medieval coin hoard from Waverton. Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions, 3. pp. 237-239.

Winchester, Angus J. L. and Straughton, Eleanor (2006) Cumbrian manorial records. Working Paper. .

Winchester, Angus J. L. and Straughton, Eleanor A. (2007) Sources in local history: finding and using manorial records. The Local Historian, 37 (2). pp. 120-126. ISSN 0024-5585

Winchester, Angus J. L. and Straughton, Eleanor A. (2010) Stints and sustainability : managing stock levels on common land in England, c.1600-2006. Agricultural History Review, 58 (1). pp. 30-48. ISSN 0002-1490

Winchester, Angus J. L. and Wane, M. (2003) Thomas Denton : A Perambulation of Cumberland 1687-8, including descriptions of Westmorland, the Isle of Man and Ireland. .

Winstanley, M. J. (2004) Agriculture and rural society, c.1800-1914. In: Blackwell Companion to Nineteenth-Century Britain. Blackwell/Historical Association. ISBN 0-631-22579-X

Winstanley, M. J. (2003) Farming: agricultural depression from 1870. In: Reader's guide to British history. Fitzroy Dearborn, London and New York, pp. 491-492. ISBN 1579582427

Winstanley, M. J. (2003) Highland clearances, 1760-1860. In: Reader's guide to British history. Fitzroy Dearborn, London and New York, pp. 634-635. ISBN 1579582427

Winstanley, M. J. and Osborne, H. (2006) Rural and urban poaching in Victorian England. Rural History, 17 (2). pp. 187-212.

Winstanley, M. J. and Shannon, W. (2007) Lord Burghley's Map of Lancashire Revisited, c.1576-1590. Imago Mundi, 59 (1). pp. 24-42. ISSN 0308-5694

Winstanley, Michael (2003) Great Irish famine, 1845 - c.1851. In: Reader's guide to British history. Fitzroy Dearborn, New York, pp. 585-586. ISBN 1579584268

Winstanley, Michael (2000) Lunesdale and the industrial revolution. In: Rural industries of the Lune Valley. Centre for North West Regional Studies, Lancaster, pp. 1-19.

Winstanley, Michael (1993) Oldham Radicalism and the origins of popular Liberalism. The Historical Journal, 36 (3). pp. 619-643. ISSN 0018-246X

Winstanley, Michael (2003) Retail property ownership in Edwardian England. In: A nation of shopkeepers. Tauris, London, pp. 180-205. ISBN 186064709X 9781860647093 1860647081 9781860647086

Winstanley, Michael J. (1998) Agricultural and Industrial Revolutions: reassessing the role of the small farm. In: The Agricultural Revolution - Reconsidered. Landbohistorisk Selskab/Danish Agricultural History Society, Odense, Denmark, pp. 89-110. ISBN 8775261928

Winstanley, Michael J. (1994) Concentration and Competition in the Retail Sector, c.1800-1990. In: Business Enterprise in Modern Britain from the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Century. Routledge, London, pp. 236-62. ISBN 0415075742

Winstanley, Michael J. (1996) The Factory Workforce. In: The Lancashire Cotton Industry; a history since 1700. Lancashire County Books, Preston, pp. 121-153. ISBN 187123638X (cased) 1871236398 (pbk)

Winstanley, Michael J. (1990) Gladstone and the Liberal Party. Lancaster Pamphlets . Routledge, London. ISBN 0415035740

Winstanley, Michael J. (1992) Group Work in the Humanities: History in the Community, a case study. Studies in Higher Education, 17 (1). pp. 55-66. ISSN 0307-5079

Winstanley, Michael J. (1996) History and the Community. In: History in Higher Education: New Directions in Teaching and Learning. Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 207-224. ISBN 0631191356 (cased) 0631191364 (pbk)

Winstanley, Michael J. (1996) Industrialization and the small farm: family and household economy in nineteenth-century Lancashire. Past and Present, 152 (1). pp. 157-195.

Winstanley, Michael J. (1984) Ireland and the Land Question, 1800-1922. Lancaster Pamphlets . Methuen, London. ISBN 0416374204

Winstanley, Michael J. (1978) Life in Kent at the Turn of the Century. Dawson, Folkestone. ISBN 0712908285

Winstanley, Michael J. (1996) "The Most Dismal Times": Oldham Life in the 1790s: introduction to 'The Most Dismal Times: William Rowbottom's Diary, 1787-1799'. Oldham Education and Leisure Arts and Heritage Publications, Oldham.

Winstanley, Michael J. (1990) News from Oldham: Edwin Butterworth and the Manchester Press, 1829-1848. Manchester Region History Review, 4 (1). pp. 3-10. ISSN 0952-4320

Winstanley, Michael J. (1998) Owners and Occupiers: Property, Politics and Middle-class Formation in Early Industrial Lancashire. In: The Making of the British Middle Class? Studies of Regional and Cultural Diversity since the Eighteenth Century. Sutton, Stroud, pp. 93-112. ISBN 0750917806

Winstanley, Michael J. (1990) Preventive Policing in Oldham, c. 1826-56. Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society, 86. pp. 17-35.

Winstanley, Michael J. (1996) Researching a County History: Edwin Butterworth, Edward Baines and the History of Lancashire (1836). Northern History, 32. pp. 152-172. ISSN 0078-172X

Winstanley, Michael J. (2000) Rural industries of the Lune Valley. Centre for North-West Regional Studies, Lancaster.

Winstanley, Michael J. (1983) The Shopkeeper's World, 1830-1914. Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 071901798X (pbk) 0719007283 (cased)

Winstanley, Michael J. (2000) Temples of commerce : revolutions in shopping and banking. In: The English urban landscape. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 151-174.

Winstanley, Michael J. (1991) A Traditional Grocer: T. D. Smith's of Lancaster, 1858-1981. Occasional Papers . Lancaster University, Centre for North West Regional Studies, Lancaster. ISBN 0901272892

Winstanley, Michael J. (1981) Voices from the past: rural Kent at the close of an era. In: The Victorian Countryside (2 volumes). Routledge & Kegan Paul, London, pp. 626-638. ISBN 01710007353 (v.2) 0710007361 (cased: the set)

Winstanley, Michael J. (1998) Women and the Grocery Trade in Britain, 1851-1911: a Regional Analysis. In: Issues of Regional Identity: in honour of John Marshall. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 154-183. ISBN 0719050286

Winstanley, Michael J. (1989) The new culture of the countryside. In: The Vanishing Countryman. Routledge, London, pp. 142-154. ISBN 0415034299

Winstanley, Michael J. (1993) The town transformed, 1815-1914. In: A History of Lancaster, 1193-1993. Ryburn/Keele University Press, Keele, pp. 145-198. ISBN 1853310522 (pbk) 1853310646 (bonded leather limited edition)

Winstanley, Michael J. and David, Rob (2006) A guide to Cumbrian historical sources. Lanc. Univ., Centre for North-West Regional Studies, resource papers. |New series . Centre for North-West Regional Studies, Lancaster University, Lancaster. ISBN 1862201773

Winstanley, Michael J. and Glasfurd, G. (2000) History in cyberspace : challenges and opportunities of internet-based teaching and learning. In: The practice of university history teaching. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 85-100.

Winstanley, Michael J. and White, Andrew (1996) Victorian Terraced Houses in Lancaster. Occasional Papers . Lancaster University, Centre for North West Regional Studies, Lancaster. ISBN 0901800961

Winstanley, Michael W. (2001) The town transformed, 1815-1914. In: A history of Lancaster. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh.

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