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The Importance of Being Eccentric: The Rise and Fall of a Forgotten Victorian Value

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Madness or Misogyny? A Gendered Approach to the Study of the Asylum Experience at the York Retreat

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An assessment of women in the anti-Poor Law movement: 1837-1838

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Samuel Smiles’ Self-Help: A Reappraisal

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‘The golden age of the backbencher?’ The ‘Independent’ Member and Party, 1846-1867

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Thomas Babington Macaulay on History and Politics

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