Ross Watson describes how Jefferson came to English shores on public business, but travelled widely, and made many purchases.
Volume 27 Issue 1 January 1977
The royal splendour of Versailles, writes Andrew Trout, was matched by the parades and fireworks of the capital.
The Sikhs of the Punjab were the last strong Indian military power in the early nineteenth century, writes Patrick Turnbull.
The Dissenting Academies, write M.D. Stephens and G.W. Roderick, offered wider and better teaching than the established universities in England.
Europe knew little about black Africa, writes Steven R. Smith, until the trading voyages of the late sixteenth century.
William Gardener describes how Russia's stealthy advance across Siberia led to close relations with China in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.