The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.1962  Tuesday, 24 October 2000.

From:           Frank Whigham <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Friday, 20 Oct 2000 09:53:26 -0500
Subject:        TOC: _Northern History_

_Northern History_ vol xxxiv (1998)

R Muir, 'Village development in the Yorkshire Dales'

O De Ville, 'John Deyville: a neglected rebel'

A Musson, 'Peacekeeping in early-fourteenth-century Lancashire'

C Rogers, 'The Scottish invasion of 1346'

R W Hoyle, 'Urban decay and civic lobbying: the crisis of York's
finances, 1525-1536'

W J Sheils, 'Catholics and their neighbours in a rural community: Egton
chapelry, 1590-1780'

J Ellis, 'Cartels in the coal industry on Tyneside, 1699-1750'

N Hall, 'The Liverpool cotton market and the American Civil War'

J K Walton, 'Popular entertainment and public order: the Blackpool
carnivals of 1923-24'

Notes and Documents:

A Woolf, 'Eric Bloodaxe revisited'

E Norton, 'The York fire of 1137: conflagration or consecration?'

F Pogson, 'Wentworth, the Saviles and the office of _custos rotulorum_
of the West Riding'

G C F Forster, 'Review of periodical literature and occasional

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