Archives, ToCs and Abstracts


ARCHIVES: AUTUMN 2018 ISSUE: TOC AND ABSTRACTS

CONTENTS Marianne Wilson, ‘Reformation on the record’: Developing the Reformation programme at The National Archives Stephanie Thomson, What have wills got to do with it? Women’s religious patronage in early Reformation England, c.1530-1558: Evidence from the PCC David E. Thornton, The prosopography of English monastic orders at the dissolution: evidence from The National Archives assessed Simon Lambe, The dissolution of the monasteries in Somerset: The records of the Court of Augmentations at The National Archives, Kew (E 321) Sylvia Gill, ‘… for the ...

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ARCHIVES: AUTUMN 2018 ISSUE: TOC AND ABSTRACTS

CONTENTS Michael Gervers, Gelila Tilahun, Shima Koshraftar, Roderick A. Mitchell and Ariella Elema, The dating of medieval charters Amanda Bevan and Randolph Cock, High Court of Admiralty prize papers, 1652-1815: Challenges in improving access to older records Nicholas Baldwin, Archives of the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street Ruth Paley, William Blackstone, Granville Sharp and the case of Jonathan Strong ABSTRACTS The dating of medieval charters By Michael Gervers, Gelila Tilahun, Shima Koshraftar, Roderick A. ...

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ARCHIVES: SPRING 2018 ISSUE: TOC AND ABSTRACTS

CONTENTS Adalgisa Mascio, ‘Almost too ruinous to be repaired’: the Unknown Treasures project at The National Archives and the Court of Common Pleas brevia files Robert F.W. Smith, Early modern petitions in the Norwich city records: a newly-catalogued collection at Norfolk Record Office Caroline Williams, Understanding collections at risk Penelope Baker, Back-bone or burden? The role of the RPS in the BRA Nat Alcock, When any Tryumphe, Coronacion or Roialty shall pass by ABSTRACTS ‘ALMOST TOO RUINOUS TO BE REPAIRED’: THE UNKNOWN TREASURES PROJECT ...

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