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ORMROD, MARK AND LINDLEY, PHILLIP (eds), `THE BLACK DEATH IN ENGLAND'. James symposium, held to celebrate the 100th anniversary of James' first catalogue of medieval manuscripts (1895), took place at Cambridge in August 1995 and the proceedings will be published by Paul Watkins, probably in late 1996. The publication is a revised version of his doctoral thesis at Nottingham University. The author grew up in the 1930s; was a conscientious objector during the war, and then after a spell in prison became a coal miner. £19.95 GRAY, ADRIAN, `CRIME & CRIMINALS IN VICTORIAN LINCOLNSHIRE'. £5.95 GROSS, ANTHONY, `THE DISSOLUTION OF THE LANCASTRIAN KINGSHIP'. The Laconia was a Cunard liner, built in Newcastle in 1922 and stationed at Liverpool for most of her working life. £14.95 GUNTON, SYMON, `THE HISTORY OF THE CHURCH OF PETERBURGH'. `Paul Watkins' is the publisher of this important annual international symposium on medieval studies, held at Harlaxton College near Grantham in Lincolnshire. The topics embrace the archaeological background, Oswald's life and reign, a detailed discussion of the site of Oswald's death (finding grounds for reaffirming the traditional view that Maserfelth is Oswestry in Shropshire), the dismemberment of the body and the early spread of the cult, and its expansion to the continent and subsequent popularity there. The book is an exemplary piece of scholarship by one of the greatest of Anglo-Saxon historians. £7.95 STRICKLAND, MATTHEW (ed.), `HARLAXTON MEDIEVAL STUDIES, VII.

MILTON, JOHN, `THE HISTORY OF BRITAIN, EDITED AND INTRODUCED BY GRAHAM PARRY'. ORMROD, MARK (ed.), `ENGLAND IN THE THIRTEENTH CENTURY' (the first, 1984, Harlaxton symposium). Canon John Fitch has edited the work and adds an introduction and a glossary. The sheer size of the cartulary and the lack of an edition has ensured its comparative neglect until it was edited (and also indexed) by Dr Trevor Foulds. An extraordinarily beautiful and evocative life story. Bailey, Dagmar O Riain-Raedel, Annemiek Jansen and Alison Binns. Its importance lies not only in the fact that it was the first modern account of the early Benedictine monastery at Abingdon, but also for its model use of charter evidence. Hardback (laid paper covered boards): ISBN 1 871615 07 0.

We use the latest computer technology to handle texts, design layout and produce the final camera-ready copy. TYAS, SHAUN, `MORE BOOK-WORM DROPPINGS' TYAS, SHAUN, `STYLE BOOK FOR MEDIEVAL STUDIES'. An accurate narration of one of the Royal Navy's successful Fiji class cruisers, HMS Kenya, following her active roles in the Bismarck chase, Norwegian campaigns, Russian and Malta convoys, the sinking of two German supply ships and Eastern Fleet duties. This was a period when Boston's Gliderdrome Dance Hall could attract performances from rock stars of national fame. Ordinary edition (a case-bound hardback): ISBN 1 871615 61 5. The author's favourite quotation is the inane `nice to have a book in the house', but many are surreal and bizarre (like the man who wanted books of a specific size so he could cut out the insides and store his videos in them). SUBJECT CATEGORIES: MEDIEVAL HISTORY / BIBLIOGRAPHY. They are illustrated with no fewer than 97 amazing cartoons that redefine perspective and art as we know it today. It was put together after considerable consultation with the authors published by this company. £2.50 WEST, JOHN, `ROMAN LINCOLN', illustrated by Martin Smith. It was first published by Boydell and Brewer, but Watkins of Stamford now hold the available copies. It has been produced in association with the Cambridgeshire Historic Churches Trust and all royalties go to the Trust to help in the upkeep of the county's churches.

But we print most of our titles on a permanent or long-life paper, bind them in real cloth and defy current convention in our choice of subjects. DEMIDOWICZ, GEORGE (ed.), `COVENTRY'S FIRST CATHEDRAL 1043-1993'. WEST, JOHN, `ROMAN LINCOLN', WILKINS, ANNE, `THE HARLAXTON INDEX'. The book also recounts the tragic loss of the troopship Khedive Ismail in 1944, when nearly 1,300 men and women lost their lives as a result of being struck by two torpedoes from a Japanese submarine. There is another unusual aspect to this book: the extraordinary special edition. Many take their humour from misremembered titles (Anne of Clark Gables). Included here are such classics as Shakespeare's car and Tess of the Dormobiles. It is in alphabetical order for ease of reference, with many cross-references, and offers sensible solutions to the many conflicting styles used for expression by editors and authors working in medieval studies. Lindum Colonia was one of the most important Roman towns in Britain, being one of the few settlements where retired legionaries could settle. A5 pamphlet (211 x 148 mm.) Pamphlet (card wrappers): ISBN 1 871615 47 X. Under preparation is The Harlaxton Index by Anne Wilkins. WILLIAMS, DANIEL (ed.), `EARLY TUDOR ENGLAND' (the 1987 Harlaxton symposium). See also the book edited by Carola Hicks in this catalogue.

Recent titles include Trevor Foulds' `The Thurgarton Cartulary', containing over a thousand pages, and Phillip Lindley's `Gothic to Renaissance' with 127 superb-quality photographic plates. WILLIAMS, DANIEL (ed.), `ENGLAND IN THE TWELFTH CENTURY' (the 1988 Harlaxton symposium). BROUGHTON, RHODA, RHODA BROUGHTON'S GHOST STORIES & OTHER TALES OF MYSTERY & SUSPENSE, introduced by Marilyn Wood. The publisher would like to know if such a binding has ever been issued before.

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