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Contents of Local Population Studies: issues 71 to 80



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Cover of LPS80 Local Population Studies Number 80 (Spring 2008)
Contents include: Remco Knooihuizen, Inter-ethnic marriage patterns in late sixteenth-century Shetland.
Janet Hudson, The incorporation of evidence about local nonconformity into parish population reconstruction
Audrey Perkyns, The admission of children to the Milton Union Workhouse, Kent, 1835–1885
Rebecca Probert and Liam D'Arcy Brown, Research Note: Catholics and the Clandestine Marriages Act of 1753
Nigel Goose, Sources and Methods: Measuring illegitimate fertility, available on the Sources and Methods page
Regular features: editorial, news from the universities, book reviews, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 79 (Autumn 2007)
Contents include: Dennis Mills, Rob Wheeler and Matthew Woollard, Some comparative perspectives on two early-Victorian registrars of births and deaths in rural Lincolnshire in the context of national legislation
Jon Stobart, Food retailers and rural communities: Cheshire butchers in the long eighteenth century
Andy Gritt, Mortality crises and household structure: an analysis of parish registers and the Compton Census, Broughton, Lancashire, 1667-1676
Sara Horrell, David Meredith and Deborah Oxley, Research in Progress: Anthrometric measures of living standards and gender inequality in nineteenth-century Britain
Christine Jones, Research Note: "The fitness of the person employed": comments in the Scottish census emumerators' books
Dov Friedlander and Barbara S. Okun, Electonic Resources for Local Population Studies: Demographic processes in England and Wales, 1851-1911: data and model estimates
Andrew Hinde, Sources and Methods: Calculating crude birth and death rates for local populations during the 'parish register era', available on the Sources and Methods page
Regular features: editorial, review of periodical literature.

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Cover of LPS78 Local Population Studies Number 78 (Spring 2007)
Contents include: Christine Jones, Ethnicity and health: a comparison between the responses to the question on ethnicity in the 1991 census and health service records
Bernard Deacon, Reconstructing a regional migration system: net migration in Cornwall
Pam Fisher, Getting away with murder? the suppression of coroners' inquests in early victorian England and Wales
Matthew Woollard, Electronic Resources for Local Population Studies: Online historical population reports project
Nigel Goose and Andrew Hinde, Sources and Methods: Estimating local population sizes at fixed points in time: part II — Specific sources, available on the Sources and Methods page
Regular features: editorial, news from the universities, book reviews, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 77 (Autumn 2006)
Contents include: Robert Woods, Mortality in eighteenth-century London: a new look at the Bills
Janet Hudson, Parish population reconstruction in Stonehouse, Gloucestershire: an experiment using Wrigley and Schofield's correction factors
Peter Razzell, An evaluation of the reliability of Anglican adult burial registration
Stuart Basten, Research Note: Out-patient maternity relief in late Georgian Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire
Nigel Goose and Andrew Hinde, Sources and Methods: Estimating local population sizes at fixed points in time: part I — General principles, available on the Sources and Methods page
Regular features: editorial, review of periodical literature.

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Cover of LPS76 Local Population Studies Number 76 (Spring 2006)
Contents include: K. Cullen, Baptism to marriage ratios and the reliability of late-seventeenth century Scottish parish registers.
A. Levine, What can Dade registers tell us about infant mortality in the later eighteenth century.
Stuart Basten, From Rose's Bill to Rose's Act: a reappraisal of the 1812 Parish Register Act.
Michael Drake, Debates in Population History: Surely they made a difference? Health visitors and infant mortality in the 1900s.
Chris Galley, Debates in Population History: Health visitors: how much difference did they make? — a reply to Michael Drake.
Humphrey Southall, Electonic Resources for Local Population Studies: A vision of Britain through time: making sense of 200 years of census reports.
Andrew Hinde, Sources and Methods: The components of population change, available on the Sources and Methods page
Regular features: editorial, news from the universities, book reviews, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 75 (Autumn 2005)
Contents include: D. G. Jackson, The Medway Union Workhouse, 1876–1881: a study based on the admission and discharge registers and the census enumerators' books.
John Virgoe, Causes of death in a rural south-west Lancashire community in the late eighteenth century.
Enid Hunt, Household size and structure in Bassingham, Lincolnshire, 1851–1901
Simon Szreter, Debates in Population History: The General Register Office.
Edward Higgs, Debates in Population History: The General Register Office: A Reply.
Regular features: editorial, review of periodical literature, correspondence, etc.

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Cover of LPS74 Local Population Studies Number 74 (Spring 2005)
Contents include: D. Coetzee, Measures of enthusiasm: new avenues in quantifying variations in voluntary enlistment in Scotland, August 1914–December 1915.
Michael Drake,
The Vaccination registers: what are they and what can we learn from them?.
T. McCunnie, Regulation and the health of child workers in the mid-Victorian silk industry.
Chris Galley, Research Notes: An exercise in Dade parish register demography: St. Olave, York, 1771–1785.
Richard Wall and Matthew Woollard, Pre-1841 population census schedules and lists.
Regular features: editorial, conference report, news from universities, book reviews, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 73 (Autumn 2004)
Contents include: Andrew Hinde, The use of ninteenth-century census data to investigate local migration.
Chris Galley, Social intervention and the decline of infant mortality: Birmingham and Sheffield, c.1870–1910.
Roger Bellingham, Dade parish registers.
Chris French and J. Warren, Research in Progress: Medical officers of health and infant mortality: the case of Kingston-upon-Thames in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.
Kevin Schürer, The Victorian Panel Study.
Regular features: editorial, review of periodical literature, correspondence, etc.

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Cover of LPS72 Local Population Studies Number 72 (Spring 2004)
Contents include: June Sheppard, The provenance of Brighton's railway workers.
Matthew Woollard, The classification of multiple occupations in the 1881 census of England and Wales.
Kevin Schürer, Surnames and the search for regions.
Nigel Goose, Research in Progress: Farm service in southern England in the mid-nineteenth century.
Sally Brush, Research Note: When were babies baptised? Some Welsh evidence
Regular features: editorial, news from universities, book reviews, etc.

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Local Population Studies Number 71 (Autumn 2003)
Contents include: M. H. Long, A study of occupations in Yorkshire parish registers in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
Graham Twigg, The Black Death: a problem of population-wide infection.
Eilidh Garrett and Ros Davis, Birth spacing and infant mortality on the Isle of Skye, Scotland, in the the 1880s: a comparison with the town of Ipswich, England.
Nigel Goose and O. Davies, Research in Progress: Magic, custom and local culture in Hertfordshire, 1823–1914: an exercise in nominal record linkage.
A. Wright, Research Note: Birth-baptism intervals in Whickham parish, Co. Durham, c.1770–1820.
Regular features: editorial, review of periodical literature, etc.

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