REVIEW OF PERIODICAL LITERATURE AND OCCASIONAL PUBLICATIONS

@article{2012REVIEWOP,
  title={REVIEW OF PERIODICAL LITERATURE AND OCCASIONAL PUBLICATIONS},
  author={},
  journal={Northern History},
  year={2012},
  volume={49},
  pages={351 - 361}
}
  • Published 1 September 2012
  • Northern History
The list includes periodical literature which appeared in 2011 and contained northern material (excluding reports of archaeological excavations and finds), as well as booklets or pamphlets which are not otherwise noticed. The items are enumerated under the titles of the journals and other publications inspected, arranged alphabetically; the titles of articles are abbreviated when necessary to save space. Several journals were not available when this list was being prepared. 

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Review of Periodical Literature and Occasional Publications
The list includes periodical literature which appeared in 2008 and contained northern material (excluding reports of archaeological excavations and finds), as well as booklets or pamphlets which are
The Manuscript Sermons of Archbishop John Williams
Most of Archbishop Williams's manuscript remains were destroyed in a fire in 1695. However, the Pepys Library at Magdalene College, Cambridge, contains a volume of manuscript sermons and sermon notes
Topography and landscape history: the role of the Victoria County History
ABSTRACT This paper examines the process whereby topographical historical writing has merged into landscape studies, and asks what the role of the Victoria County History was in this process? The
Four Hundred Years of Freemasonry in Scotland
Scotland has the oldest masonic lodges and the oldest masonic records in the world, predating their English counterparts by over a century. Yet freemasonry is usually neglected by social and cultural
Immigrant communities and British local history.
This important article in our ‘Themes in local history’ occasional series draws attention to one of the greatest and most basic weaknesses in the overall range of local history research and writing –
Medieval Mortuary Rolls: Prayers for the Dead and Travel in Medieval England
Abstract Many hundreds of medieval mortuary rolls both complete and fragmentary survive from across western Europe. These rolls consist of a letter reporting a death, most often that of the head of
Vital Statistics: Episcopal Ordination and Ordinands in England, 1646–60*
ON 25 September 1659, the funeral of Thomas Morton, the nonagenarian bishop of Durham, took place at St Peter's Easton Maudit in Northamptonshire. The preacher praised Morton's faithful service ‘as a
The Reception of the Elizabethan Religious Settlement in Three Yorkshire Parishes, 1559–72
Abstract This article explores how the Elizabethan religious settlement of 1559 was experienced at parish level, up to the year 1572. Churchwardens' accounts for the Yorkshire parishes of Masham,
The Earl of Derby and His Tenants: Sales of Royalist Land During the Interregnum Revisited
This article examines the archives of the earls of Derby alongside related governmental papers to provide a new perspective on the Royalist land sales. It revisits Thirsk's pioneering work and, while
The education and training of gentry sons in early modern England*
This paper explores the education and training received by the sons of the English gentry in the late sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Using information from the herald’s visitations of four
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