Vol 166 (2017)
This latest volume of our Journal was produced by our new editor, Bertie Dockerill, it includes the HSLC Master’s Dissertation Prizewinner for 2016 together with a variety of articles, mostly covering topics from modern Lancashire history
This volume is not available online at present.
Notes on contributors
Some Early Members of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire
P. J. Cox
John Bruen of Stapleford (1560-1625) and his Biographer
‘My Interest Be Your Guide’: Richard Watt (1724-1796), Merchant of Liverpool and Kingston, Jamaica
John Gray (1812-1881), Lancashire Cotton-mill Owner: Adventures of a Yachtsman, Artist and Entomologist
Beyond Her Benny: Reimagining the ‘Street Arab’ in Victorian Liverpool
New Crowds in New Spaces: Railway Excursions for the Working Classes in North West England in the Mid-nineteenth Century
Exploring Sentencing Patterns for Female Drunkenness and Crimes of Violence in Mid-Victorian Lancashire
HSLC Master’s Dissertation Prizewinner 2016
‘Militant Liverpool’ as Liverpool Exceptionalism: The Rise, Fall and Character of the City Council, 1983-1987
Council and officers’ reports for the year 2016
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