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1. Ancient Crete: A Social History: From Early Times until the Roman Occupation R. F. Willetts 2. Army in Victorian Society G. Harries-Jenkins 3. Army of Charles II John Childs 4. The Attack on 'Feudalism' in Eighteenth Century France J. Q. C. Mackrell 5. Churches and the Working Classes in Victorian England Kenneth Inglis 6. English Landed Society in the Eighteenth Century G. E. Mingay 7. English Landed Society in the Nineteenth Century F. N. L. Thompson 8. English Parish Clergy on the Eve of the Reformation P. Heath 9. The English Poor in the XVIIIth Century: A Study in Social and Administrative History from 1662 to 1782 Dorothy Marshall 10. Heavens Below: Utopian Experiments in England 1560–1960 W. H. G. Armytage 11. A History of Shopping Dorothy Davis 12. An Imperial War and the British Working Class R. Price 13. Leisure and Class in Victorian England: Rational Recreation and the Contest for Control, 1830–1885 P. Bailey 14. The Leviathan of Wealth: The Sutherland Fortune in the Industrial Revolution E. Richards 15. Packhorse, Wagon and Post: Land Carriage and Communications under the Tudors and Stewarts J.E.V. Crofts 16. Prelates and People R. A. Soloway 17. The Profession of English Letters J. W. Saunders 18. The Purchase of Paradise: The Social Function of Aristocratic Benevolence J. T. Rosenthal 19. Religious Toleration in England 1787–1833 Ursula Henriques 20. The Rise of the Technocrats: A Social History W. H. G. Armytage 21. A Social History of English Music E. D. Mackerness 22. A Social History of the French Revolution Norman Hampson 23. Society and Politics in Germany 1500–1750 G. Benecke 24. Sport and Society: Elizabeth to Anne Dennis Brailsford 25. The Trade in Lunacy William Ll. Parry-Jones 26. Victorian Attitudes to Race C. Bolt 27. Western India in the Nineteenth Century: A Study in the Social History of Maharashtra Ravinder Kumar
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