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Alice Spencer, Countess Dowager of Derby - Pennine 'Parish Gentry' - Port of Liverpool - George Canning - Liverpool Cotton Market - Cheshire Migrants to Australia - Irish in Ashton-under-Lyne

Alice Spencer, Countess Dowager of Derby – Pennine ‘Parish Gentry’ – Port of Liverpool – George Canning – Liverpool Cotton Market – Cheshire Migrants to Australia – Irish in Ashton-under-Lyne

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The widowhood of Alice Spencer, countess dowager of Derby, 1594-1636
Katharine Walker

Accumulation and aspirations among the ‘parish gentry’: economic strategies and social identity in a Pennine family, 1650-1780
H. R. French

Creating a port: Liverpool 1695-1715
Michael Power

‘The pride of my publick life’: George Canning and the representation of Liverpool, 1812-1823
Stephen M. Lee

The Liverpool cotton market: Britain’s first futures market
Nigel Hall

‘This is truly the golden harvest’: personal accounts of Cheshire migrants to Australia, c. 1852-1860
Suzanne Schwarz

The Irish in Ashton-under-Lyne in the 1860s
Daniel Osgood

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Council and officers’ reports for 1999

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The Roman North-West - Tudor and Stuart Stockport - River Alt - Peterloo Massacre - Urban Water Supply in Victorian Bolton - Irish Nationalist and Labour politics in Liverpool

The Roman North-West – Tudor and Stuart Stockport –  River Alt – Peterloo Massacre – Urban Water Supply in Victorian Bolton – Irish Nationalist and Labour politics in Liverpool

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Editorial note
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Roman north-west England: the process of annexation
David Shotter

‘Lord of the towne’: Urban identity and culture in later Tudor and Stuart Stockport
C. B. Phillips

Watercourse management and flood prevention in the Alt level, Lancashire, 1589-1779
Alison Maddock

The John Lees inquest of 1819 and the Peterloo Massacre
G. H. H.  Glasgow

The politics of water in early and mid-Victorian Britain: the experience of Bolton
John Hassan and Peter Taylor

‘A stormy political career’: P. J. Kelly and Irish Nationalist and Labour politics in Liverpool, 1891-1936
Sam Davies

The Celtic names of Cabus, Cuerden, and Wilpshire in Lancashire
Andrew Breeze

Three Byzantine coins found near the north Wirral coast in Merseyside
Robert A. Philpott

Notes on the Contributors

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Council and officers’ reports for 1998

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The 150th anniversary of the foundation of the Society was marked by a specially-commissioned series of six lectures, reproduced in this volume

The 150th anniversary of the foundation of the Society was marked by a specially-commissioned series of six lectures, reproduced in this volume

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Liverpool in 1848: image, identity and issues
John Belchem

Liverpool and Africa in the nineteenth century: the continuing connection
Martin Lynn

The cultural identity of Liverpool, 1790-1850: the early learned societies
Arline Wilson

Provincial internationalism: contemporary foreign art in nineteenth-century Liverpool and Manchester
Edward Morris

‘Local history’ and the culture of the middle classes in north-west England, c1840-1900
Alan J. Kidd

Clio, culture and the city: historical societies in their nineteenth-century urban context
Michael E. Rose

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Council and officers’ reports for 1997

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Braddyll family of Whalley - Lord Willoughby of Parham - The Earle Collection - WW2 and Bolton - Recent Work on Lancashire and Cheshire - Paintings of Liverpool - Blackburn Nonconformity

Braddyll family of Whalley – Lord Willoughby of Parham – The Earle Collection – WW2 and Bolton – Recent Work on Lancashire and Cheshire – Paintings of Liverpool – Blackburn Nonconformity

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The Book of Hours of the Braddyll family of Whalley Abbey (University of Leeds, Brotherton MS 15)
Michael G. Brennan

Hugh, 12th Lord Willoughby of Parham, a leading Lancashire dissenter at and after the Revolution of 1688-9
Philip Higson

Wedgwood and Bentley in Liverpool and the north-west
Lionel Burman

The Earle collection: records of a Liverpool family of merchants and shipowners
Dawn Littler

How war came to Bolton, 1938-1940
G. J. Bryant

Recent work on the history of Lancashire and Cheshire: the early modern period
Richard Hoyle

Recent work on the history of Lancashire and Cheshire since the late eighteenth century
John K. Walton

Recent finds of Roman coins in Lancashire: fourth report
David Shotter

Two paintings of Liverpool in 1680: a reassessment
Anthony Tibbles

Blackburn nonconformity: an earlier episode
P. E. H. Hair

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Council and officers’ reports for 1996

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Coal in South-West Lancashire - Monastic buildings at Chester - Samuel Peploe - Executions and the Press - Lytham-St. Annes - Darwen Football Club - Militancy and the Liverpool W.S.P.U.- Joseph Valens of Liverpool - Constitution of the Society

Coal in South-West Lancashire – Monastic buildings at Chester – Samuel Peploe – Executions and the Press – Lytham-St. Annes – Darwen Football Club – Militancy and the Liverpool W.S.P.U.- Joseph Valens of Liverpool – Constitution of the Society

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An unexceptional commodity: coal in south-west Lancashire in the sixteenth century
Janet E. Hollinshead

The reuse of the monastic buildings at Chester, 1540-1640
Alan Thacker

Regional structure and the urban system: North-west England, 1700-1760
Jon Stobart

Samuel Peploe and the ideology of anti-Catholicism among the Anglican clergy in early Hanoverian England
Paul G. Green

Executions, the sheriff, and the press
Emmeline Garnett

The nineteenth-century landowner as urban developer: the Clifton estate and the development of Lytham-St. Annes
Graham Rogers

Death in the ‘Peaceful Valley’: the demise of Darwen Football Club, 1885-1899
Robert Lewis

‘The stone-throwing has been forced upon us’: the function of militancy within the Liverpool W.S.P.U., 1906-14
Krista Cowman

An unrecorded Alexandrian coin hoard from Manchester
K. F. Sugden

Recent finds of Roman coins in Lancashire: third report
David Shotter

Wealth creation, ethics and education: the career of Joseph Valens of Liverpool
Maurice Whitehead

Indexes to Transactions
C. B. Phillips

Notes on the Contributors

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Council and officers’ reports for 1995

Constitution of the Society

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The twentieth century does not figure in this volume and there is a marked concentration of papers relating to the early-modern period. Cheshire is also paid more attention than usual

The twentieth century does not figure in this volume and there is a marked  concentration of papers relating to the early-modern period,  Cheshire is also paid more attention than usual

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Editorial note
List of abbreviations

Cheshire cheese: farming in the North-West in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
C. Foster

Economic change in north-east Lancashire, c. 1660-1760
Suzanne Schwarz

Churchwarden’s accounts for Ormskirk parish, 1692-1730
M. J. Ockenden

Bound for a new world: emigration of indentured servants via Liverpool to America and the West Indies, 1697-1707
Doreen M. Hockedy

Migration from the Potteries to Alsager, 1850-1900
Freda Maxfield

Death of a minister: an episode of Victorian Nonconformity in the North-West
Grace Shrouder and P. E. H. Hair

Roger de Montbegon and his family
K. S. B. Keats-Rohan

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Council and officers’ reports for 1994

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The papers in this volume lean strongly towards the history of Liverpool in the nineteenth century - five of them originated at a conference on 'Public Health on Merseyside' held independently of the Society in 1991

The papers in this volume lean strongly towards the history of Liverpool in the nineteenth century – five of them originated at a conference on ‘Public Health on Merseyside’ held independently of the Society in 1991

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Sir James Whitelocke, chief justice of Chester 1620-1624
Damian X. Powell

‘The church, the throne and the people: ships, colonies and commerce’: popular Toryism in early Victorian Liverpool
John Belchem

Home missionaries to the poor: Abraham Hume and spiritual destitution in Liverpool, 1847-1884
Lucy E. Bosworth

Introductory note: Health and society on Merseyside: some historical perspectives
Gerry Kearns and Sally Sheard

Duncan and the cholera test: Public health in mid nineteenth century Liverpool
Gerry Kearns, Paul Laxton and Joy Campbell

James Newlands and the bounds of public health
Christopher Hamlin

Water and health: The formation and exploitation of the relationship in Liverpool, 1847-1900
Sally Sheard

The development of municipal infant welfare services in St. Helens, 1868-1914
Richard A. Hawes

Housing and health in Liverpool, 1870-1940
Colin G. Pooley and Sandra Irish

Recent finds of Roman coins in Lancashire: second report
David Shotter

Notes on contributors

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Council and officers’ reports for 1993

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