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bibliography of British and Irish municipal history, [by] G.H. Martin and Sylvia MacIntyre.

G. H. Martin

bibliography of British and Irish municipal history, [by] G.H. Martin and Sylvia MacIntyre.

by G. H. Martin

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Published by Leicester University Press in Leicester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Municipal government -- Great Britain -- Bibliography,
  • Municipal government -- Ireland -- Bibliography,
  • Great Britain -- History, Local -- Bibliography,
  • Ireland -- History, Local -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMacIntyre, Sylvia,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ2023 M26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20927548M

    The publication of David M. Williams’ and Andrew P. White’sA Select Bibliography of British and Irish University Theses about Maritime History, inaugurates a new series of research publications sponsored by the International Maritime Economic History "Research in Maritime History" series is planned to include a variety of original monographs, reprints, translations. Hoskins, W. G., Local History in England, 3rd edn. () gives a table ranking the largest English towns over the centuries. Martin, G. H., and MacIntyre, S., A Bibliography of British and Irish Municipal History () Naismith, R., The Story of Scotland's Towns ().

    A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF BRITISH AND IRISH MUNICIPAL HISTORY, Vol. I, General WOrks, by G. H. Martin and Sylvia Mclntyre (Leicester University Press, , lviii, p.,?) covers material from the earliest times to the end of , including literature on maps. It does not include titles cited in Charles Gross's A bibliography of British.   The bible of Irish history, providing facts and concise accounts of just about everything you ever wanted to know about Ireland, from the earliest of times to the present. Home Rule: An Irish.

    Gross's A bibliography of British municipal history (published and photographically reproduced ), the present book excludes titles included by Gross. This is not to say, however, that there are no nineteenth century entries, for Martin and McIntyre take a much wider view of what makes municipal history than did Gross and his school. A Bibliography of British and Irish Municipal History: Volume 1 General Works G. H. Martin and Sylvia Mclntyre The first volume of this major new bibliography comprises entries cover-ing the printed sources and literature of English, Welsh, Scottish and Irish municipal history from the earliest times to the end of , together with an.


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Of these some new records relate to Irish history while deal with the history of London, with the history of Scotland and 90 with the history of Wales.

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