Vol 150 (2000)

Articles on the Irish and Scots communities on Merseyside together with estate tenants in south-west Lancashire, cholera in Wallasey, the Woodchurch controversy and Cheshire Presbyterianism in the 1650s plus a note on two Celtic names in Lancashire

Front matter:
List of illustrations
Editorial note
List of abbreviations

The Celtic names of Dinckley and Sankey in Lancashire
Andrew Breeze

Henry Newcome and his circle: Presbyterianism in south-east Cheshire in the 1650s
Catherine Nunn

‘For want of reparations’: tenants and the built environment on the estates of south-west Lancashire, 1750-1850
Andrew Gritt

Cholera and public health reform in nineteenth-century Wallasey
Geoffrey Gill

The Irish Flood: famine, philanthropy, and the emergence of duelling Liverpool Catholic identities, 1845-1865
Ryan Dye

The expatriate Scots community on Merseyside
Alasdair Munro and Duncan Sim

The Woodchurch controversy, 1944
Lilian Potter

Notes on contributors

Reviews

Professor Paul E. H. Hair [Obituary]
M J Power

Council and officers’ reports for 2000

Index

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