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Contents of Local Population Studies: issues 1 to 10


Cover of LPS 10 Local Population Studies Number 10 (Spring 1973)
Contents include:
E. A. Wrigley, Clandestine marriages in Tetbury in the late seventeenth century.
Carol G. Pearce, Expanding families. Some aspects of fertility in a mid-Victorian community
Adrian Henstock, House repopulation from the census returns of 1841 and 1851.
Philip Ogden, Patterns of marriage seasonality in rural France.
Regular features: Editorial and news, notes and queries, recent publications, correspondence, miscellany, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 9 (Autumn 1972)
Contents include:
R. S. Schofield, Crisis mortality.
V. T. J. Arkell, An enquiry into the frequency of the parochial registration of catholics in a seventeenth-century Warwickshire parish
R. C. Richardson, Wills and will-makers in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries: some Lancashire evidence
Regular features: Editorial, news, notes and queries, miscellany, correspondence, etc.

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Cover of LPS 8 Local Population Studies Number 8 (Spring 1972)
Contents include:
John Whyman, Visitors to Margate in the 1841 census returns. An attempt to look at the age and social structure of Victorian holidaymaking.
Alicia Percival, Gloucestershire village populations
Regular features: Editorial, news, notes and queries, miscellany, correspondence, work in progress, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 7 (Autumn 1971)
Contents include:
John Patten, The Hearth taxes, 1662–1689.
Margaret Spufford, The scribes of villagers' wills in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and their influence
W. Newman Brown, Wider reconstitution
Regular features: Editorial, news, notes and queries, miscellany, correspondence, recent publications, work in progress, etc.

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Cover of LPS 6 Local Population Studies Number 6 (Spring 1971)
Contents include:
Leslie Bradley, An enquiry into seasonality in baptisms, marriages and burials. Part three: burial seasonality.
Bessie Maltby, Parish registers and the problem of mobility.
J. A. Johnston, Group research methods in local history.
Regular features: Editorial, news, notes and queries, miscellany, correspondence, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 5 (Autumn 1970)
Contents include:
R. S. Schofield, Some notes on aggregative analysis in a single parish
Leslie Bradley, An enquiry into seasonality in baptisms, marriages and burials. Part two: baptism seasonality
P. E. H. Hair, A note on the incidence of Tudor suicide
K. S. Duffy, An approach to parish register and census work
David Cressey, Occupations, migration and literacy in East London, 1580–1640
Regular features: Editorial, news, notes and queries, correspondence, miscellany, etc.

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Cover of LPS 4 Local Population Studies Number 4 (Spring 1970)
Contents include:
R. S. Schofield, Perinatal mortality in Hawkshead, Lancashire, 1581–1710
Karla Oosterveen, Hawkshead, Lancs. Mobility (geographical and occupational) as shown by the reconstruction of the parish from the registers, 1585–1840
Leslie Bradley, An enquiry into seasonality in baptisms, marriages and burials. Part one: introduction. Methodology and marriages
Peter Spufford, Population movement in seventeenth century England
Victor E. Neuberg, Popular education and literacy
Regular features: Editorial, news, miscellany, correspondence, recent publications, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 3 (Autumn 1969)
Contents include:
Peter Laslett, Scottish weavers, cobblers and miners who bought books in the 1750s
E. A. Wrigley, Baptism/marriage ratios in late seventeenth century England
E. A. Wrigley, The use of the description 'widow' in parish registers
J. D. Chambers, Some aspects of E. A. Wrigley's Population and History
L. C. Lloyd, Multiple births in Shropshire
East London Population Study Group, The population of Stepney in the early seventeenth century: a report on an analysis of the parish registers of Stepney, 1606-1610
Regular features: Editorial, news, enquiries and problems, miscellany, correspondence, recent publications, etc.

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Cover of LPS 2 Local Population Studies Number 2 (Spring 1969)
Contents include:
Valerie Smith, The analysis of census-type documents
P. M. Tillot, An approach to census returns
David Avery, Male occupations in a rural Middlesex parish (1574–92)
Bessie Maltby, Easingwold marriage horizons
Regular features: Editorial, news, enquiries and problems, miscellany, correspondence, recent publications, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 1 (Autumn 1968)
Contents include:
R. E. Jones, Population and agrarian change in an eighteenth century Shropshire village.
Regular features: Editorial, enquiries and problems, miscellany, recent publications, etc.

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