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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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ARCHIVES: Autumn 2017 issue: ToC and Abstracts

Contents Matti Watton, Seven hundred years since a spade cost sixpence: Records of the Lambeth Palace garden Toby Parker, Lost in the long books: Eighteenth century college gardens in Oxford Margaret Willes, Here today, gone tomorrow Lesley Acton, Allotment gardens: Research challenges and surprising discoveries Richard Storey, Small gardens, big business Abstracts Matti Watton, Seven hundred years since a spade cost sixpence: Records of the Lambeth Palace garden Archbishops of Canterbury have lived on the site occupied by Lambeth Palace for around 800 ...

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ARCHIVES: Spring 2017 issue: ToC and Abstracts

CONTENTS Dean A. Irwin, From Archae to Archives Mark Dunton, Public relations and the price commission, 1973-74 Paul Rock, ‘The dreadful flood of documents’:  The 1958 Public Record Act and its aftermath: Part 2:  After-effects Michael Moss and David Thomas, Overlapping temporalities – the judge, the historian and the citizen Obituary: Freddie Emery Wallis, 1927-2017 ABSTRACTS Dean A. Irwin, From Archae to Archives Acknowledgments of debt, made to the Jews of England between 1194 and 1290, have long been known to historians. The two largest collec...

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