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Economic history

Articles which are based on specific local themes include Richard Cust, ‘AntiPuritanism and urban politics: Charles I and Great Yarmouth’, HJ 35 (1992); Richard Cust, ‘Parliamentary elections in the 1620s: the case of Great Yarmouth’, PH 11 (1992); Ronald Hutton, ‘The Worcestershire clubmen in the English civil war’, MH 5 (179-80); Paul Gladwish, ‘The Herefordshire clubmen: a reassessment’, MH 10 (1985); Simon Osborne, ‘The war, the people and the absence of clubmen in the Midlands, 1642-1646’, MH 19 (1994); John K.G. Taylor, ‘The civil government of Gloucester, 1640-46’, TBGAS 67 (1949); R.N. Dore, ‘The Civil War in Cheshire’, CH 31 (1993); P. Gaunt, ‘The parliamentary war effort in Cheshire’, CH 32 (1993); J. Binns, ‘Scarborough and the Civil Wars, 1642-1651’, NH 22 (1986); M.J. Stoyle, ‘ “Whole streets converted to ashes”: property destruction in Exeter during the English Civil War’, SH 16 (1994); B.G. Blackwood, ‘Parties and issues in the civil war in Lancashire and East Anglia’, NH 29 (1993); Brian Lyndon, ‘Essex and the king’s cause in 1648’, HJ 29 (1986); Brian Lyndon, ‘The south and the start of the second Civil War, 1648’, Hist. 71 (1986); David F. Mosler, ‘The other civil war: internecine politics in the Warwickshire county committees, 1642-1659’, MH 6 (1981); John Miller, ‘The crown and the borough charters in the reign of Charles II’, EHR 100 (1985); C.G. Parsloe, ‘The corporation of Bedford, 1647-1664’, TRHS 4th series 29 (1947); Joan W. Kirby, ‘Restoration Leeds and the aldermen of the corporation, 1661-1700’, NH 22 (1986); M.A. Mullett, ‘ “Men of knowne loyalty”: the politics of the Lancashire borough of Clitheroe, 1660-1689’, NH 21 (1985); M.A. Mullett, ‘Conflict, politics and elections in Lancaster,1660-1688’, NH 19 (1993); Colin Lee, ‘ “Fanatic magistrates”: religion and political conflict in three Kent boroughs, 1680-1684’, HJ 35 (1992); and B.G. Blackwood, ‘Plebeian Catholics in later Stuart Lancashire’, NH 25 (1989).