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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 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 counts of Aumale and Holderness, 1086-1260
The counts of Aumale, who held the land of Holderness for two hundred years, came into England at the end of the Conqueror's reign. They came from Aumale in the north-eastern corner of Normandy, a small county grouped ...
The Scottish role in midlands America with particular reference to Wyoming, 1865-1895
(University of St Andrews, 1972-01)
The Caliphate and the Turks, 232-256 / 847-870 : a political study
(University of St Andrews, 1979) - Thesis
Under the Umayyads, Muslims came into direct contact with Turks in their homeland which lay east of Khurasän and Transoxania. However, after the Turks had submitted to the Islamic state, the Caliphs, in particular the ...
The fishing industry and the development of tourism in St. Andrews and the East Neuk Burghs of Fife, c. 1785-1914
(University of St Andrews, 1977) - Thesis
The thesis traces the development, between 1790 and 1914, of the two industries of fishing and tourism, which, by the end of the 19th century, dominated the economies of the Fife coastal burghs, stretching from St. Andrews ...
The court and household of Edward III, 1360-1377
(University of St Andrews, 1976) - Thesis
This thesis is written in two parts. The first part contains an examination of the household functionings as an institution. Although the household was an establishment of declining national importance in the years 1360-1377, ...
Labour in the East Africa Protectorate, 1895-1918
(University of St Andrews, 1971) - Thesis
The Forfeited Estates Papers, 1745: a study of the work of the Commissioners for the Forfeited Annexed Estates, 1755-1784, with particular reference to their contribution to the development of communications in Scotland in the eighteenth century
(University of St Andrews, 1975) - Thesis
The Scottish Record Office collection of the Forfeited Estates Papers, 1745, is voluminous, including the documents of the Barons of the Exchequer in Scotland concerning all those estates forfeited in 1747 as well as ...