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Contents of Local Population Studies: issues 51 to 60


Cover of LPS 60 Local Population Studies Number 60 (Spring 1998)
Contents include:
Tom Arkell and Anne Whiteman, Mean household size in mid-tudor England: Clackclose hundred, Norfolk.
Andrew Blaikie, Infant survival chances, unmarried motherhood and domestic arrangements in rural Scotland, 1845–1945
Elizabeth Parkinson, Interpreting the Compton census returns of 1676 for the diocese of Llandaff
Michael Anderson, Mis-specification of servant occupations in the 1851 census: a problem revisited
Regular features: Editorial and news, recent publications, correspondence, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 59 (Autumn 1997)
Contents include:
J. A. Sheppard, Out-migration, 1821–1851 from a Wealden parish: Chiddingly.
Stephen King Profitable pursuits? Rural industry and mortality in the proto-industrial West Riding, 1650–1830
T. John, Population change in medieval Warwickshire: Domesday Book to the Hundred Rolls of 1279–1280
Regular features: Editorial, news, research in progress, correspondence, etc.

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Cover of LPS 58 Local Population Studies Number 58 (Spring 1997)
Contents include:
Sue Scott and C. J. Duncan, The mortality crisis of 1623 in north-west England.
D. Graham, The use of published population census burgh ward data for local population studies: Dundee, 1901–1971
David A. Gatley, Computerising the 1861 census abstracts and vital registration statistics
Regular features: Editorial, news, miscellany, recent publications, correspondence, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 57 (Autumn 1996)
Contents include:
Barbara Megson, Life expectations of the widows and orphans of freeman in London, 1375-1399.
May F. Pickles, Labour migration: Yorkshire, c.1670 to 1743
Colin G. Pooley and Jean Turnbull, Migration and mobility in Britain from the Eighteenth to the twentieth centuries
Regular features: Editorial, News from Universities, Book reviews, etc.

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Cover of LPS 56 Local Population Studies Number 56 (Spring 1996)
Contents include:
Anne Whiteman and V. Russell, The Protestation returns of 1641–1642: Part 2. Partial census or snapshot? Some evidence from Penwith Hundred, Cornwall.
S. Wallwork, Allowing for migration in estimating early population levels
Nigel Goose, The Bishop's census of 1563: a re-examination of its reliability
Barbara Woollings, An Orsett census enumerator
Regular features: Editorial, news, research in progress, recent publications, correspondence, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 55 (Autumn 1995)
Contents include:
A. Whiteman, The Protestation returns of 1641–1642: Part 1. The general organisation.
R. Watson, Poverty in north-east Lancashire in 1843: evidence from Quaker charity records
D. Ashurst, St Mary's church, Worsbrough, South Yorkshire: a review of the accuracy of a parish register
Regular features: Editorial, news, research in progress, miscellany, correspondence, etc.

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Cover of LPS 54 Local Population Studies Number 54 (Spring 1995)
Contents include:
Peter Franklin, Gloucestershire's medieval taxpayers
Maurice Turner, Distribution and persistence of surnames in a Yorkshire Dale, 1500–1750
Margaret and Dennis Warwick, Burley-in-Wharfdale in the nineteenth century. A study of social stratification and social mobility
Philip Race, Some further consideration of the plague in Eyam, 1665/6
Regular features: Editorial, news, research in progress, recent publications, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 53 (Autumn 1994)
Contents include:
C. G. Pooley, The mobility of criminals in north-west England, c.1880–1910
D. Armstrong, Birth, marriage and death in Elizabethan Cumbria
G. Mooney, Still-births and the measurement of urban infant mortality rates, c.1890–1930
C. Rawding, Village type and employment structure: an analysis in the nineteenth century Lincolnshire Wolds
T. Arkell, Identifying the census enumerators—Cornwall in 1851
Regular features: Editorial, news, research in progress, correspondence, etc.

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Cover of LPS 52 Local Population Studies Number 52 (Spring 1994)
Contents include:
Brian Bennison, Drunkenness in turn-of-the-century Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Phillipp Schofield, Frankpledge lists as indices of migration and mortality: some evidence from Essex lists
Ruth Tinley and Dennis Mills, Population turnover in an eighteenth-century Lincolnshire parish in comparative perspective
Bernard Nurse, Occupations in parish registers: the evidence from Newport, Essex
Alan Storm, Seasonality of births and marriages in a seafaring community before the age of steam
Michael J. D. Edgar, Occupational diversity in seven rural parishes in Dorset, 1851
Diana Rau, The 1891 census in Spitalfields
Regular features: Editorial, news, recent publications, correspondence, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 51 (Autumn 1993)
Contents include:
Charles Pythian-Adams, Local history and societal history
Claire Jarvis, The reconstitution of nineteenth-century rural communities
David Postles, The changing pattern of male forenames in medieval Leicestershire and Rutland to c.1350
Brian Short, Local demographic studies of Edwardian England and Wales: the use of the Lloyd George 'Domesday' of landownership
Regular features: Editorial, news, recent publications, correspondence, etc.

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