Volume 22 Issue 6 June 1972
David Weigall describes a period when women emerged in politics as lively petitioners.
Alan Wharham describes how the tithing system, by which the Anglican Church took a regular share of the hard-working farmer’s produce, was not finally abolished until 1936.
Leonard W. Cowie traces six centuries in the history of a former London barrier.
During his many years of administration, writes H.T. Dickinson, Walpole was highly unpopular with large sections of the community.
Dennis Proctor describes how a distinguished Scottish soldier in 1775 traced Hannibal’s route across the Alps.