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DundeeRenaissance to Enlightenment$

Charles McKean, Bob Harris, and Christopher A. Whatley

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9781845860165

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: September 2015

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9781845860165.001.0001

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(p.297) Bibliography

Source:
Dundee
Publisher:
Edinburgh University Press

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Journal Articles

Bowen, H. V., ‘The Little Parliament: The General Court of the East India Company, 1750–1784’, The Historical Journal, 34 (1991)

Brown, D. J., ‘The Government of Scotland under Henry Dundas and William Pitt’, History, 83 (1998)

Bryant, G. J., ‘Scots in India in the Eighteenth Century’, Scottish Historical Review, 64 (1985)

Buist, R. C., ‘Dundee Doctors in the Sixteenth Century’, Edinburgh Medical Journal, 37 (1930)

Cain, P. J. and Hopkins, A. G., ‘Gentlemanly Capitalism and British Expansion Overseas, I: The Old Colonial System, 1688–1850’, Economic History Review, 2nd Series, 39 (1986)

Coleman, D. C., ‘‘Proto-industrialisation’: A Concept too Many’, The Economic History Review, New Series, 36 (1983)

Crawford, C., ‘Patients’ Rights and the Law of Contract in Eighteenth-Century England’, Social History of Medicine, 13 (2000)

Dean, D. M., ‘Public or Private? London, Leather and Legislation in Elizabethan England’, Historical Journal, 31 (1988)

Dennison, E. P. and Lynch, M., ‘Crown, Capital, and Metropolis. Edinburgh and Canongate: The Rise of a Capital and an Urban Court’, Journal of Urban History, 32 (2005)

Dingwall, H. M., ‘ “To be insert in the Mercury”: Medical Practitioners and the Press in Eighteenth-Century Edinburgh’, Social History of Medicine, 13 (2000)

Donnachie, I., ‘ “The Darker Side”: A Speculative Survey of Scottish Crime during the First Half of the Nineteenth Century’, Scottish Economic and Social History, 15 (1995)

Goodare, J., ‘The Scottish Parliament and its Early Modern “Rivals” ’, Parliaments, Estates and Representation, 24 (2004)

Harris, B., ‘Popular Politics in Angus and Perthshire in the 1790s’, Historical Research, 80 (2007)

Harris, B., ‘Scotland’s Newspapers, the French Revolution and Domestic Radicalism (c. 1789–1794)’, Scottish Historical Review, 84 (2005)

Harris, B., ‘Towns, Improvement and Cultural Change in Georgian Scotland: The Evidence of the Angus Burghs, c. 1760–1820’, Urban History, 33 (2006)

Houston, R. and Snell, K. D., ‘Proto-industrialisation? Cottage Industry, Social Change, and Industrial Revolution’, The Historical Journal, 27 (1984)

Jones, M., ‘Archery, Romance and Elite Culture in England and Wales, c. 1780–1840’, History, 89 (2004)

Kidd, C., ‘Conditional Britons: The Scots Convenanting Tradition and the Eighteenth-Century British State’, English Historical Review, 117 (2002)

Kümin, B. and Würgler, A., ‘Petitions, Gravamina and the Early Modern state: Local Influence on Central Legislation in England and Germany (Hesse)’, Parliaments, Estates and Representation, 17 (1997)

Lenman, B. and Parker, G., ‘Crime and Control in Scotland 1500–1800’, History Today, 30 (1980)

(p.308) Lythe, S. G. E., ‘The Origin and Development of Dundee: A Study in Historical Geography’, Scottish Geographical Magazine, 54 (1938)

Lythe, S. G. E., ‘The Tayside Meal Mobs 1772–3’, Scottish Historical Review, 46 (1967)

MacDonald, A. R., ‘Deliberative Processes in Parliament, c. 1567–1639: multicameralism and the Lords of the Articles’, Scottish Historical Review, 81 (2002)

MacDonald, A. R., ‘ “Tedious to rehers”? Parliament and Locality in Scotland c. 1500–1651: the Burghs of North-East Fife’, Parliaments, Estates and Representation, 20 (2000)

Miskell, L., ‘From Conflict to Co-operation: Urban Improvement and the Case of Dundee, 1790–1850’, Urban History, 29 (2002)

Miskell, L. and Kenefick, W., ‘A Flourishing Seaport – Dundee Harbour and the Making of the Industrial Town’ in Scottish Economic and Social History, 20 (2000)

McGilvray, G. K., ‘Post-Union Scotland and the India Connection: Patronage and Political Management’, Cencrastus, 37 (1990)

Mackillop, A., ‘Accessing Empire: Scotland, Europe, Britain, and the Asia Trade’, Itinerario, 29 (2005)

Nenadic, S., ‘Experience and Expectations in the Transformation of the Highland Gentlewoman, 1680–1820’, Scottish Historical Review, 80 (2001)

Nenadic, S., ‘Middle-Rank Consumers and Domestic Culture in Edinburgh and Glasgow, 1729–1840’, Past and Present, 145 (1994)

Nenadic, S., ‘The Impact of the Military Profession on Highland Gentry Families, c. 1730–1830’, Scottish Historical Review, 85 (2006)

Porter, A., ‘ “Gentlemanly Capitalism” and Empire: The British Experience since 1750’, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 18 (1990)

Razzell, P. E., ‘Social Origins of Officers in the Indian and British Home Army: 1758–1962’, The British Journal of Sociology, 14 (1963)

Rice, F. J., ‘The Origins of an Organisation of Insanity in Scotland’, Scottish Economic and Social History, 5 (1985)

Robertson, J., ‘The Storming of Dundee, 1651’, History Scotland, 3 (2003)

Robertson, M. L., ‘Scottish Commerce and the American War of Independence’, The Economic History Review, New Series, 9 (1956)

Sanz, P., ‘The Cities in the Aragonese Cortes in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods’, Parliaments, Estates and Representation, 14 (1994)

Smout, T. C., ‘The Burgh of Montrose and the Union of 1707’, Scottish Historical Review, 66 (1987)

Soltow, L., ‘Inequality of Wealth in Land in Scotland in the Eighteenth Century’, Scottish Economic and Social History, 10 (1990)

Tittler, R., ‘Elizabethan Towns and the “Points of Contact”: Parliament’, Parliamentary History, 8 (1989)

Vincent, E., ‘The Responses of Scottish Churchmen to the French Revolution, 1789–1802’, Scottish Historical Review, 73 (1994)

de Vries, J., ‘The Industrial and the Industrious Revolution’, The Journal of Economic History, 54 (1994)

Whatley, C. A., ‘Economic Causes and Consequences of the Union of 1707: A Survey’, Scottish Historical Review, 68 (1989)

Whatley, C. A., ‘The Union of 1707, Integration and the Scottish Burghs: The Case of the 1720 Food Riots’, Scottish Historical Review, 78 (1999)

Whatley, C. A., ‘Salt, Coal and the Union of 1707: A revision article’, Scottish Historical Review, 66 (1987)

Dissertations

Brims, J., ‘The Scottish Democratic Movement in the Age of the French Revolution’ (PhD thesis, University of Edinburgh, 1983)

(p.309) Bryant, G. J., ‘The East India Company and its Army, 1600–1778’ (PhD thesis, King’s College, 1975)

Cameron, A., ‘From Ritual to Regulation? The Development of Midwifery in Glasgow and the West of Scotland, c. 1740–1840’ (PhD thesis, University of Glasgow, 2003)

Fagerstrom, D. I., ‘The American Revolutionary Movement in Scottish Opinion 1763–1783’ (PhD thesis, University of Edinburgh, 1951)

Flett, I. F., ‘The Conflict of the Reformation and Democracy in the Geneva of Scotland 1443–1610: an introduction to edited texts of documents relating to the burgh of Dundee’ (MPhil dissertation, University of St Andrews, 1981)

Golden, M. C., ‘Criminality and the Development of Policing in Dundee 1816–1833’ (MPhil dissertation, University of Dundee, 2003)

Healey, M., ‘The Legacy of Alexander Riddoch’ (MPhil dissertation, University of Dundee, 2003: imcomplete)

Kilday, A. M., ‘Women and Crime in South-West Scotland: A Study of the Justiciary Court Records, 1750–1815’ (PhD thesis, University of Strathclyde, 1998)

King, P., ‘Crime, Law and Society in Essex 1740–1820’ (PhD thesis, University of Cambridge, 1984)

Law, A., ‘Why Forfar Became the Centre of Osnaburg Manufacture’ (MPhil dissertation, University of Dundee, 2008)

Mee, S., ‘Perth and Worcester: How Similar were Two British Towns in the Late Eighteenth Century?’ (MPhil dissertation, University of Dundee, 2007)

MacQueen, E. E., ‘The General Assembly of the Kirk as a Rival of Parliament’ (PhD thesis, University of St Andrews, 1927)

McGilvray, G. K., ‘East India Patronage and the Political Management of Scotland, 1720–1774’ (PhD thesis, Open University, 1989)

Monaghan, S. J., ‘The Dundee Shipping Lists as a Record of the Impact of the Union upon the Dundee Shipping Industry, 1705 to 1710’ (MA dissertation, University of Dundee, 1988)

Newland, K., ‘What was the Role of Norwegian and Baltic Timber in the Scottish Building Industry in the Seventeenth Century?’ (PhD in progress, University of Dundee)

Parker, J. G., ‘The Directors of the East India Company, 1754–1790’, (PhD thesis, University of Edinburgh, 1977)

Roach, W. M., ‘Radical Reform Movements in Scotland from 1815–1822 with Particular Reference to the West of Scotland’ (PhD thesis, University of Glasgow, 1970)

Wemyss, C., ‘Some Aspects of Scottish Country House Construction in the Post-Restoration Period; Patrick Smyth and the Building of Methven Castle, 1678–1681’ (MPhil dissertation, University of Dundee, 2002)

Young, M., ‘Rural Society in Scotland from the Restoration to the Union: Challenge and Response in the Carse of Gowrie, circa 1660–1707’ (PhD thesis, University of Dundee, 2004)

Online Resources

Old Statistical Accounts: http://stat-acc-scot.edin.ac.uk/link/1791-99/Forfar/Dundee

Photopolis: www.dundeecity.gov.uk/photodb/main.htm

Survey of Scottish Witchcraft Database: www.arts.ed.ac.uk/witches/

The National Information Service for Earthquake Engineering, University of California, Berkley: http://nisee.berkley.edu/lisbon/