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Historical Research – February 2014 (vol. 87, no. 235)

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obesity-1-Feb 2014‘To[o] much eating stifles the child’: fat bodies and reproduction in early modern England. Sarah Toulalan

Other contents:

  • Hiding the truth: exegetical discussions of Abraham’s lie from Hugh of St. Victor to Stephen Langton. Emily Corran
  • Dorset in the period of baronial reform and rebellion, 1258–67. Huw Ridgeway
  • High clergy and printers: anti-Reformation polemic in the kingdom of Poland, 1520–36. Natalia Nowakowska
  • The misuse of loyalty? James Dundas and the faculty of advocates’ letter to Queen Anne of 1711. Adrian Lashmore-Davies
  • Pressing the French and defending the Palmerstonian line: Lord William Hervey and The Times, 1846–8. Laurence M. Guymer
  • ‘They seem to have all died out’: witches and witchcraft in Lark Rise to Candleford and the English countryside, c.1830–1930. Thomas Waters
  • Investigating the sixties at a sixties institution: teaching as historiography. Lucy Robinson and Chris Warne

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