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August issue of Historical Research (vol. lxxxvii, no. 237)

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‘You are what you eat’: historical changes in ideas about food and identity. Steven Shapin

Earl Gilbert Marshal and his mortal enemies. David Crouch

Provincial news networks in late Elizabethan Devon. Ian Cooper

Female barrenness, bodily access and aromatic treatments in seventeenth-century England. Jennifer Evans

Rethinking church and state during the English Interregnum. Charles W. A. Prior

A considerable portion of the defence of the Empire’: Lisbon and victualling the royal navy during the French Revolutionary War, 1793–1802. Martin Robson

Prelude to the Opium War? British reactions to the ‘Napier Fizzle’ and attitudes towards China in the mid eighteen-thirties. GAO Hao

The Red Book of the Exchequer: a curious affair revisited. Margaret Procter

Imperialism first, the war second: the British, an Armenian legion, and deliberations on where to attack the Ottoman empire, November 1914–April 1915. Andrekos Varnava

‘M4 to Wales – and prosper!’ A history of a motorway. Martin Johnes

Notes and Documents:

Letters of Richard II (1397–8) in the authorship of William Ferriby. David R. Carlson