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The feudal nobility of Cyprus, 1192 - 1400
(University of St Andrews, 1974) - Thesis,
This dissertation is a study of the lay nobility in Cyprus during the first two centuries of Lusignan rule . The first part begins with a chapter in which the term "feudal nobility" is defined with reference to Cyprus and ...
Mathieu Dumas : a biography
(University of St Andrews, 1974-10) - Thesis,
In a career spanning nearly seven decades, Mathieu Dumas served France as either a soldier or a legislator under each successive government from Louis XV to Louis-Philippe. Born in 1753, he entered the infantry in 1773 as ...
The fortification of Malta by the order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, 1530-1798, with special reference to Valletta and Floriana
This thesis examines the documentary sources relating to construction of the fortifications built by the Order of St. John of Jerusalem in Malta between 1530 and 1798: The general pattern of building is outlined, and the ...
The political and social thought of Jean-Paul Marat
(University of St Andrews, 1975-05) - Thesis,
A study of the political and social thought of Jean-Paul Marat was undertaken in an attempt to establish whether this eighteenth-century personality, of notorious yet poorly understood proportions, might in any way be ...
The Scottish role in midlands America with particular reference to Wyoming, 1865-1895
(University of St Andrews, 1972-01)
The linen industry of Fife in the later eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
(University of St Andrews, 1975) - Thesis,
An economic assessment of the Commonwealth sugar agreement
(University of St Andrews, 1979-04) - Thesis,
This study is concerned with assessing the impact of the Commonwealth Sugar Agreement (CSA) on sugar production and exports in the major exporting countries of the Commonwealth by concentrating on a detailed analysis of ...
The Glasgow tobacco merchants and the American Revolution, 1770-1800
(University of St Andrews, 1978-03) - Thesis,
The tobacco trade formed the basis of the Chesapeake economy during the Eighteenth Century. Tobacco was shipped to Britain during the -colonial period, in accordance with the Navigation Acts, and then sold in European ...
A social and economic study of the Cinque Ports region, 1450-1600
(University of St Andrews, 1979) - Thesis,
The Cinque Ports are the only example of a fully-developed confederate structure in English history. As a result, historians have tended to consider the fortunes of the region as a whole and have stressed the factors which ...