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Quentin Skinner, ‘History and ideology in the English Revolution’, 8 (1965)

Corinne Comstock Weston, ‘Legal sovereignty in the Brady controversy’, 15 (1972)

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R. B. Seaberg, ‘The Norman Conquest and the common law: the Levellers and the argument from continuity’, 24 (1981)

Robert Willman, ‘Blackstone and the “theoretical perfection” of English law in the reign of Charles II’, 26 (1983)

Martyn Thompson, ‘Significant silences in Locke’s Two treatises of government’, 31 (1987)

Jim Smyth, ‘“Like amphibious animals”: Irish Protestants, ancient Britons, 1691–1707', 36 (1993)

Rachel Foxley, ‘John Lilburne and the citizenship of “free-born Englishmen”’, 47 (2004)

Philip Connell, ‘British identities and the politics of ancient poetry in late eighteenth-century England’, 49 (2006)

Ian Campbell, ‘Aristotelian ancient constitution and anti-Aristotelian sover-eignty in Stuart Ireland’, 53 (2010)

George Owers, ‘Common law jurisprudence and ancient constitutionalismin the radical thought of John Cartwright, Granville Sharp, and Capel Lofft’, 58 (2015)