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Vol. XXXIX No. 100 November 1966 Price 15s. Od.
BULLETIN OF THE
INSTITUTE OF HISTORICAL RESEARCH
Contents:
Articles
The 'Second' Continuation of the Crowland Chronicle:
was it written 'in ten days'? Sir Goronwy Edwards
Theory and practice in borough elections to parliament
during the later fifteenth century K. N. Houghton
The parliamentary diary of John Boys, 1647-8 D. E. Underdown
The destruction of the Spanish silver fleet at Vigo in
1702 H. A. F. Kamen
Notes and Documents
An early Carmelite liturgical calendar from England F. Wormald
Articles for a final peace between England and France,
16 June 1393 J. J. N. Palmer
Three Suffolk parliamentary elections of the mid-
fifteenth century R. Virgoe
Historical News, Summaries of Theses, Migrations of Historical Manuscripts
UNIVERSITY OF LONDON THE ATHLONE PRESS
2 Gower Street, London, W.C.I.
IRISH HISTORICAL STUDIES
Edited by T. W. MOODY and T. D. WILLIAMS
Vol. XVI No. 59 March 1967
Old ways and new in history By Sir David Keir
The southern Irish unionists, the Irish question, and British
politics, 1906-14 By P. J. Buckland
Frewen's Anglo-American campaign for Federalism,
1910-21 By A. J. Ward
Research on Irish history in Irish universities, 1966-7
Reviews and short notices
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