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The Historical Journal 48 (2005), 3

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The Historical Journal 48 (2005), 3
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Peter Mandler, Robert Tombs
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Inhaltsverzeichnis

JOHN LOCKE, ‘MATTERS INDIFFERENT’, AND THE RESTORATION OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND, Jacqueline Rose, pp 601-621

A RUSSIAN BOURGEOIS'S ARCTIC ENLIGHTENMENT, Adrian Jones, pp 623-640

JEAN-PAUL MARAT'S THE CHAINS OF SLAVERY IN BRITAIN AND FRANCE, 1774–1833, Rachel Hammersley, pp 641-660

ARISTOCRATIC LIBERALISM IN POST-REVOLUTIONARY FRANCE, Annelien De Dijn, pp 661-681

FORGERY AND THE END OF THE ‘BLOODY CODE’ IN EARLY NINETEENTH-CENTURY ENGLAND, Phil Handler, pp 683-702

NATION AND EMPIRE IN THE GOVERNMENT ARCHITECTURE OF MID-VICTORIAN LONDON: THE FOREIGN AND INDIA OFFICE RECONSIDERED, G. Alex Bremner, pp 703-742

THE ‘MILCH-COW STATE’ REVISITED: REPUBLICAN POLITICS IN THE AVEYRON, Martin Simpson, pp 743-768

MODERNISM AND THE COMMON WRITER, Christopher Hilliard, pp 769-787

YOUNG WOMEN, WORK, AND LEISURE IN INTERWAR ENGLAND, Selina Todd, pp 789-809

THE NEW AMERICAN HISTORIES, Stephen Tuck, pp 811-832

Historical atlases: the first three hundred years, 1570–1870. By Walter Goffart. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2003. Pp. xxiii+603. ISBN 0-226-30071-4. £45.50.
Charles W. J. Withers, pp 833-834

Reformation in Britain and Ireland. By Felicity Heal. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003. Pp. xviii+568. ISBN 0-19-826924-2. £84.00.
Alec Ryrie, pp 834-836

A history of the University of Cambridge, II: 1546–1750. By Victor Morgan with a contribution by Christopher Brooke. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. Pp. xxii+613. ISBN 0-521-35059-X. £85.00.
R. W. Serjeantson, pp 836-838

Private ambition and political alliances: the Phélypeaux de Pontchartrain family and Louis XIV's government, 1650–1715. By Sara E. Chapman. University of Rochester Press: Rochester, NY, 2004. Pp. xv+291. ISBN 1-58046-153-0. £55.00.
David Parrott, pp 838-839

The character of credit: personal debt in English culture, 1740–1914. By Margot C. Finn. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003. Pp. xii+362. ISBN 0521823420. £50.00.
Richard Sheldon, pp 839-841

The Enlightenment world. Edited by Martin Fitzpatrick, Peter Jones, Christa Knellwolf, and Iain McCalman. Abingdon, Oxfordshire: Routledge, 2004. Pp. xxii+714. ISBN 0-415-21575-7. £130.00.
Joachim Whaley, pp 841-842

The murder of Mr Grebell: madness and civility in an English town. By Paul Kléber Monod. London: Yale University Press, 2004. Pp. xi+294. ISBN 0-300-0998-51. £25.00.
Ludmilla Jordanova, pp 843-844

Conjectures of order: intellectual life and the American South, 1810–1860. By Michael O'Brien. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2004. Pp. xvii+1354. ISBN 0-8078-2800-9. $90.00.
Jane Dailey, pp 844-847

The last great quest: Captain Scott's Antarctic sacrifice. By Max Jones. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003. Pp. xvi+352. ISBN 0-19-280483-9. £20.00.
John Tosh, pp 848-849

In the shadow of the rising sun: Shanghai under Japanese occupation. Edited by Christian Henriot and Wen-hsin Yeh. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. Pp. xii+392. ISBN 0-521-82221-1. £50.00.
Gregor Benton, pp 849-851

After the imperial turn: thinking with and through the nation. Edited by Antoinette Burton. (Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2003), Pp. 369. ISBN 0-8223-3142-X. Paperback $23.95.
Susan Pedersen, pp 851-853

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