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Contents of Local Population Studies: issues 31 to 40


Cover of LPS 40 Local Population Studies Number 40 (Spring 1988)
Contents include:
Margaret Escott, Residential mobility in a late eighteenth-century parish: Binfield, Berkshire, 1779–1801.
Stephen Coppel, Willmaking on the deathbed
Robert Tyson, Household size and structure in a Scottish burgh: Old Aberdeen in 1636.
Peter Laslett, The institution of service
Regular features: Editorial and news, notes and queries, recent publications, correspondence, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 39 (Autumn 1987)
Contents include:
Gilliam Clark, A study of nurse children, 1550–1770.
R. W. Ambler, Civil registration and baptism: popular perceptions of the 1836 Act for registering births, deaths and marriages
W. J. Edwards, Remarriage: some preliminary findings
Robert Humphreys, Mortality crises in sixteenth-century Dorking
Regular features: Editorial, news, miscellany, correspondence, research in progress, etc.

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Cover of LPS 38 Local Population Studies Number 38 (Spring 1987)
Contents include:
Noreen Vickers, The structure of the Whitby jet industry in 1871.
Leonard Schwarz, London apprentices in the seventeenth century: some problems
Alan Parton, Poor-law settlement certificates and migration to and from Birmingham, 1726–1757
W. J. Edwards, The definition of 'prohibited areas'
V. C. Burton, A floating population: vessel enumeration returns in censuses, 1851–1921
Margaret Slack, Non-conformist and Anglican registration in the Halifax area, 1740–1799
Regular features: Editorial, news, recent publications, miscellany, correspondence, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 37 (Autumn 1986)
Contents include:
Moira Long and May Pickles, An enquiry into mortality in some mid-Wharfdale parishes in 1623.
Douglas Moss, Death in fifteenth-century Tottenham
L. R. Poos, Life expectancy and 'age of first appearance' in medieval manorial court rolls
Maureen James, The Lancashire population crisis of 1623 — further comment
Regular features: Editorial, news, notes and queries, correspondence, etc.

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Cover of LPS 36 Local Population Studies Number 36 (Spring 1986)
Contents include:
Roy Prideaux, Descending lines and the search for connections in an expanding population.
Peter Franklin, Normans, saints, and politics: forename-choice among fourteenth-century Gloucestershire peasants
Michael Gardner, Population decline in St. Kilda, 1856–1891
Charles W. J. Withers, Moral statistics': a note on language and literacy in the Scottish Highlands in 1822
Angus J. L. Winchester, Response to the 1623 famine in two Lancashire manors
Regular features: Editorial, news, recent publications, correspondence, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 35 (Autumn 1985)
Contents include:
Minoru Yasumoto, How accurate is the Methley baptismal registration?
Alistair Ross, Local population studies in schools. Understanding local populations in a primary school: the role of the microcomputer
Alan Hunter, Marriage horizons and seasonality: a comparison
P. R. A. Hinde, Household structure, marriage and the institution of service in nineteenth-century rural England
W. A. Champion, A case of 'bundling' in late-sixteenth century Shropshire
Regular features: Editorial, news, research in progress, miscellany, correspondence, etc.

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Cover of LPS 34 Local Population Studies Number 34 (Spring 1985)
Contents include:
Brian R. Bristow, Population and housing in nineteenth-century urban Lancashire: a framework for investigation
Barry Stapleton, Age structure in the early eighteenth century
Alan Dyer, Epidemics of measles in a seventeenth-century English town
Nigel Goose, The ecclesiastical returns of 1563: a cautionary note
Elizabeth Knowling, A list of the inhabitants of Buckfastleigh, Devon, in 1698
Regular features: Editorial, news, recent publications, correspondence, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 33 (Autumn 1984)
Contents include:
David Souden, Movers and stayers in family reconstitution populations
Keith D. M. Snell, Parish registration and the study of labour mobility
A. J. Pain and M. T. Smith, Do marriage horizons accurately measure migration? A test case from Stanhope Parish, County Durham
Roger Schofield, Traffic in corpses: some evidence from Barming, Kent (1788–1812)
Michael Zell, Families and households in Staplehurst, 1563–64
Regular features: Editorial, news, miscellany, correspondence, etc.

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Cover of LPS 32 Local Population Studies Number 32 (Spring 1984)
Contents include:
Daniel Scott Smith, Child-naming practices as cultural and familial indicators
Brenda Collins, Early evidence of Irish immigration to Scotland: a note on a catholic parish register
Sylvia Watts, Demographic facts as experienced by a group of families in eighteenth-century Shifnal, Shropshire
Michael Drake, An irish story
Ian and Kathleen Whyte, Geographic mobility in a seventeenth-century Scottish rural community
Regular features: Editorial, news, miscellany, research in progress, correspondence, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 31 (Autumn 1983)
Contents include:
C. A. & P. Horn, The social structure of an 'industrial' community: Ivinghoe in Buckinghamshire in 1871.
James Hindson, The Marriage Duty Acts and the social topography of the early modern town—Shrewsbury, 1695–8
Leah Leneman, The study of illegitimacy from Kirk session records: two eighteenth-century Perthshire parishes
Beverley Labett, Local population study in schools (4): computer aided study
Carol Pearce, Dennis Mills, Ros Davies and Richard Wall The nineteenth-century British census enumerators' books
Rosemary Peek, Farm labour in mid-nineteenth century Warwickshire
Regular features: Editorial, news, recent publications, miscellany, correspondence, etc.

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