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CONTENTS
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HYWEL DDA: Anglophil? By D. P. Kirby 1
RICHARD, DUKE OF YORK AND THE ROYAL HOUSEHOLD IN
WALES, 1449-50. By Ralph A. Griffiths 14
THE OFFICERS AND HOUSEHOLD OF HENRY, EARL OF
WORCESTER, 1526-49. By W. R. B. Robinson .26
THE STRUCTURE AND PROCESS OF WELSH EMIGRATION TO
PATAGONIA. By Glyn Williams 42
THE Coalowners OF SOUTH WALES, 1873-80: PROBLEMS OF
UNITY. By L. J. Williams 75
OBITUARY: A. H. DODD, 1891-1975 94
REVIEWS
Jenkins (ed.), Celtic Law Papers: Introductory to Welsh Medieval Law and
Government: by Alan Harding.
Gransden, Historical Writing in England, c. 550 to c. 1307: by M. T. Clanchy
Finberg, The Formation of England, 550-1042: by David Walker.
Kissack, Medieval Monmouth: by K. Williams-Jones.
Barnes and Yates (eds.), Carmarthenshire Studies: Essays presented to
Major Francis Jones: by J. G. Jones.
Fryde (ed.), List of Welsh Entries in the Memoranda Rolls: by G. A. Usher.
Richter (ed.), Canterbury Professions: by Ifor Rowlands.
Kaeuper, Bankers to the Crown: by J. E. Law.
Williams (ed.), Glamorgan County History, Vol. IV: by C. S. L. Davies.
Stone, Family and Fortune: by Stuart Clark.
Lindsay, History of the North Wales Slate Industry: by R. O. Roberts.
Jones, Before Rebecca: by E. J. Hobsbawm.
Bellamy and Saville (eds.), Dictionary of Labour Biography, Vol. II, and
Hardie, MacDonald and Snowden, From Serfdom to Socialism and
other Essays: by Kenneth O. Morgan.
Hopkins (ed.), Rhondda, Past and Future: by Sir Ben Bowen Thomas.
Davies, Education in a Welsh Rural County, 1870-1973: by Richard Lewis.
Brown (ed.), Essays in Anti-Labour History: by R. I. McKibbin.
Morgan, Keir Hardie: Radical and Socialist: by Christopher Harvie.
Renshaw, The General Strike: by David Smith.
Short Notices.
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