Three fifteenth-century chronicles - With historical memoranda by John Stowe
An edition of a London chronicle beginning in the reign of Richard I, but of particular importance for the reigns of Henry VI and Edward IV. It also contains extensive notes on the chronicle by the sixteenth-century antiquary and historian John Stow. Originally published as Camden Society, new series, vol. 28.
Historical Collections of Private Passages of State: Volume 1 - 1618-29
The first of eight volumes, beginning in the sixteenth year of the reign of James I and continuing until the fifth of Charles I.
Historical Collections of Private Passages of State: Volume 2 - 1629-38
The second volume covers much of the period of Charles I's Personal Rule, a period of increasing political and religious tension.
Historical Collections of Private Passages of State: Volume 3 - 1639-40
Contains historical collections for the period from March 1639 to October 1640. It also includes speeches and acts from the Long Parliament, and reports from the Star Chamber.
Historical Collections of Private Passages of State: Volume 5 - 1642-45
Covers the period from September 1642 to the Treaty of Uxbridge; includes extensive papers relating to Scotland and Ireland.
Historical Collections of Private Passages of State: Volume 6 - 1645-47
Contains further collections for the period January 1645 to July 1647. It includes sections on the New Model Army, the Battle of Naseby and the surrender of Oxford, as well as further documents concerning Scotland and Ireland.
Historical Collections of Private Passages of State: Volume 8 - 1640-41
The bulk of volume 8 is taken up with the trial of Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford, in 1641. It also includes proceedings in Parliament from November 1640 to April 1641.
Historical Collections of Private Passages of State: Volume 7 - 1647-48
Volume 7 describes proceedings in Parliament from August 1647 to February 1648.
Plastics historical society
This is the website of the Plastics Historical Society, a partner in the JISC Museum of Design in Plastics Digitisation Project. Along with a wealth of information about the Society and its activities, the website contains a Virtual Museum which offers a useful timeline and a variety of exhibits on horn and different types of 20th century plastics. There is a useful 'Caring for Plastics' page which may interest conservators - this can be found in the 'Experiencing Plastics' section. There are
Cultures of health : a historical anthropolgy
This is a lively and fluid web site with a featured article spot, articles, research notes, posts and links to related sites for historically-minded scholars of medicine and health. There are many book recommendations and features and discussions on such topics as new approaches to VD treatment in Toronto, 1968-75 and smallpox eradication in Brazil, 1967. The site is maintained by the Department of History at the University of Windsor, Canada, and tackles ancient through to modern time periods o
Natural Theology: A Historical Perspective
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Animal Behaviour and Human Morality in Historical Perspective
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Historical Interactions Between Science and Religion: Part 1
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