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248Roman Motherwell. Motherwell: Burgh of Motherwell and Wishaw Public. Libraries 1972. pp  14, il.
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258Kimball, EG, Sessions of the Peace in the City of Lincoln 1351–1354 and the borough of Stamford 1351. LRS 65 (1971)
259Haselgrove, D, Early Fulham – a rejoinder. LA 2 (1972) 18–20.
260Myers, AR, London in the age of Chaucer. Norman: Oklahoma UP 1972. pp xi + 236. [Rev UHN 19].
261Whitehouse, K, Early Fulham. LA 1 (1972) 344–7.
262Tait, J, Medieval Manchester and the beginnings of Lancashire. Manchester: EJ Morten 1972. pp xiii + 211. [Reprint of 1904 edn].
263Kister, MJ, Some reports concerning Mecca from Jähiliyya to Islam. JESHO 15 (1972) 61–93.
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271Murray, JJ, Antwerp in the age of Plantin and Breughel. Newton Abbot: David & Charles 1972. pp xvi + 170, il.
272Herbert, G, Shoemaker's window: recollections of Banbury in Oxfordshire before the railway age. Chichester: Phillimore for Banbury Historical Society 1971. pp xxix + 144, il. [Rev UHN 18].
273Brown, R, “This wretched place”: a 17th century view of Basingstoke. DL (1972) 48–9.
274Sullivan, WR, Blyth in the 18th century. Newcastle upon Tyne: Oriel Press 1971. pp vii + 95 , il.
275Spurrell, M, The Puritan town of Boston. Boston: Richard Kay Publications 1972. pp  34, il.
276Mcgrath, P, Bristol in the eighteenth century. Newton Abbot: David & Charles 1972. pp 227, il. [Rev UHN 19].
277Burton, IE, Historic Buxton and its spa era. Buxton: Buxton Corporation 1971. pp  22 , il.
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279Schrijver, E, The siege of Haarlem 1572–3. HT 23 (1973) 507–12.
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286Herlihy, D, Pisa in the early Renaissance: a study of urban growth. Port Washington, N.Y.: Kennikat Press 1973. pp xx + 229.
287Hoad, MJ, Portsmouth as others have seen it [1540–1790]. Portsmouth: Portsmouth City Council 1972. pp 22, il.
288Stewart, CM, Quebec city in the 1770s. HT 23 (1973) 116–21.
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290Hibbert, C, The siege of Valletta 1798–1800. HT 23 (1973) 84–93.
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296Aberdeen century of change. Aberdeen: Impulse Publications 1971. pp 130, il.
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298Clark, J, The growth of Ankara, 1961–69. Review of Geographical Institute of University of Istanbul 13 (1970–1971) 119–39.
299Beattie, D ed, Annerley, Invicta, Mommawala, Surbiton of yesteryear. Winnipeg: Inter-collegiate Press. unpag., il.
300Strange, AW, Ballarat: a brief history. Kilmore, Vict.: Lowden Publishing Co 1971. pp xi + 78, il.
301Ball, A, Yesterday in Bath 1849–1949. Pitman 1972. pp 145, il.
302Wroughton, J, Bath in the age of reform 1830–41. Bath: Morgan Books 1972. pp xiv + 114, il.
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306Schufelt, HB, Nicholas Austin the Quaker and the township of Bolton. Knowlton, Quebec: Brome County Historical Society 1971. pp 230, il.
307Aspects of nineteenth century Boston and district. Boston: Richard Kay 1972. pp iv + 32, il.
308Knights, PR, The plain people of Boston 1830–1860: a study in city growth. Oxford: Oxford UP 1972. pp xx + 204. [Rev UHN 18].
309Winstone, R, Bristol as it was 1866–1860. Bristol: author 1972. pp 64, il.
310Winstone, R, Bristol as it was 1874–1866. Bristol: author 1971. pp 64, il.
311Winstone, R, Bristol as it was 1914–1900. Bristol: author 1972. pp 64, il.
312Winstone, R, Bristol in the 1920s. Bristol: author 1971. pp 80, il.
313Winstone, R, Bristol as it was 1956–1959. Bristol: author 1972. pp 80, il.
314Groom, M, The melted years. New Liskeard, Ont.: Temiskaming Print Co. 1971. pp 215, il.
315Foran, ML, Urban Calgary 1884–95. SoH 5 (1972) 61–8.
316Wigmore, L, Canberra: history of Australia’s national capital. Canberra: Dalton Publishing Co 1972. pp 236, il.
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318CARLISLE CITY ART GALLERY, Nineteenth century Carlisle. Carlisle: City Art Gallery 1972. pp  35, il.
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321Ashmore, O, The diary of James Garnett of Low Moor, Clitheroe 1858–65: Part 2 The American civil war and the cotton famine 1861–65. HSLC 122 (1971) 105–43.
322Kilgore, DE, Corpus Christi: a quarter century of development 1900–25. SW Historical Quarterly (1972) 434–43.
323Richardson, K, Twentieth century Coventry. Coventry: Macmillan 1972. pp xi + 380, il. [Rev UHN 18].
324The chronicles of Crandall: a history of Crandall and surrounding districts. Brandon, Man.: Crandall History Society 1971. pp 400, il.
325Mckitrick, TG, Corner stones of empire: the settlement of Crystal City and district in the Rock Lake Country. Crystal City: Courtier Publishing Co 1970. pp 130, il.
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327Kerr, MG, The surveyors: the story of the founding of Darwin. Hale 1972. pp  183 , il.
328Macfarlane, J, Denaby Main: a south Yorkshire mining village. BSLH 25 (1972) 82–99.
329Kain, RM, Dublin in the age of William Butler Yeats and James Joyce. Newton Abbot: David & Charles 1972. pp iii–xi216, il. [Reprint 1932 edn].
330Wallace, JM, Great King Street and the second new town of Edinburgh. Edinburgh: Great King Street Association 1972. pp 32, il.
331Stokes, SCW, Errington, Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Victoria: author 1971. pp 123, il.
332Smith, E, Victorian Farnham: the story of a Surrey town 1837–1901. Chichester: Phillimore 1971. pp xvi + 249, il. [Rev UHN 17].
333Ewers, JK, The western gateway: a history of Fremantle. Nedlands: Western Australia UP 1971. pp xxiii + 262 , il.
334 Frome divider. AJo 29 11 1972, pp 1217–19.
335Brash, RW, Glasgow in the tramway age. Harlow: Longman 1971. pp  97, il.
336Bailey, TM, Up and down Hamilton. Hamilton: Griffin 1971. unpag.
337Hahn, H, Wachtumsabläufe in einer orientalischen Stadt, am Beispiel von Kabul/Afganistan. Er 26 (1972) 16–31.
338Aycliffe, GW, Old Kingston: recollections of an octogenarian from 1830 and onwards, with reminiscences of Hampton Wick. Kingston: Knapp, Drewett & Sons 1972. pp 84  il. [Reprint of 1914 edn].
339 Prospect of Lancaster. AJo 19 07 1972, pp 115–51.
340Fraser, D, Improvement in early Victorian Leeds. TSP Miscellany 15 (1971) 71–81.
341Checkland, SG, The Gladstones: a family biography 1764–1851. Cambridge: Cambridge UP 1971. pp xvi + 468, il. [Rev UHN 18].
342Collins, L, London in the nineties. Wakefield: EP Publishing 1972. pp  96, il. [Reprint of 1950 edn].
343Hall, JM, East London's future: visions past and present. ELP 14 (1972) 5–24.
344Margetson, S, Regency London. Cassell 1971. pp xi + 155, il.
345Gosnell, HC ed, Echoes of the past: history of the rural municipality of Louise and its people. Crystal City: Louise Rural Municipality 1968. pp 632, il.
346Bokhari, MH, Growth and development of Lyallpur City. PGR 26 (1971) 1–15.
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348Buxton, AS, Mansfield one hundred years ago: centenary record and souvenir of the passing of the Mansfield Improvement Act June 1823. Mansfield: W & J Linney 1972. pp  98 , il. [Reprint of 1923 edn].
349Castellanos, AR, Historia del desarollo edicilio urbanastico de Montevideo 1829–1914. Junta departamental de Montevideo 1971. pp 301.
350Lappo, GM, Trends in the evolution of settlement patterns in the Moscow region. SG 14 (1973) 13–23.
351Waller, W, Nashville 1900–1910. Nashville: Vanderbilt UP 1972. pp xiv + 390, il.
352Alagoa, EJ, Nemba: the city idea in the eastern Niger delta. CEA 11 (1971) 327–31.
353Cooper, A, Victorian Newark. ThS 75 (1971) 103–14.
354Lamb, J, Newdale 1870–1970. Newdale: Newdale History Society 1970. pp 186, il.
355Hepworth, P, Sixty years on: Norwich's great flood. EAM 31 (1972) 476–8.
356Rome, JB, Oakland echoes. Brandon, Man: author 1970. pp 309, il.
357Between mountain and lake: a history of Ochre River Municipality 1885–1970. Ochre Women's Institute History Committee: Ochre River 1970. pp 350, il.
358Benjamin, W, Paris: capitale du XIXe siècle. VU 1 (1971) 34–48.
359Rudorff, R, Belle epoque: Paris in the nineties. Hamilton 1972. pp 3–365, il.
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361Collier, A, A history of Portage-la-Prairie and surrounding district. Altona, Man: DW Friesan 1969. pp 369, il.
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363‘Twixt hill and vale: a story of Rathwell and surrounding district. Rathwell: Rathwell History Society 1970. pp 35, il.
364Hall, B, The history of Royston. Scarborough, Ont: author 1972. pp 40.
365Bouchard, L, Saint Ferréol les Neiges: son historique. St Ferréol: Parc et station touristique 1971. pp 253, il.
366Raiche, SJ, The World's Fair and the new St. Louis 1896–1904. Missouri Historical Review (1973) 98–121.
367Villarello, I, Noticias historicas sobre la fundacion de la villa de San Juan de Sabinos. Boletín de la Soc.Mexicana de Geografiá e Historia 106 (1969) 207–24.
368Jones, N, Seattle. New York: Doubleday 1972. pp 371, il.
369Whitelaw, E, A history of Singleton. Singleton: Singleton History Society 1971. pp 16.
370Patterson, AT, A history of Southampton 1700–1914. Southampton: Southampton UP 1971. Vol 2 The Beginnings of modern Southampton 1836–1867. pp x + 184, il.
371Riley, RC, The growth of Southsea as a naval satellite and Victorian resort. Portsmouth: Portsmouth City Council 1972. pp 25, il.
372Warkentin, A, Reflections on our heritage: a history of Steinbach and RM of Hanover from 1874. Steinbach, Man: Derksen Printers 1971. pp 371, il.
373Easton, LA, Stirling city. Nedlands: Western Australia UP 1971. pp xvi + 215 , il.
374Christie-Miller, J, The development of Stockport 1922–1972 and the history of the Stockport Advertiser. Stockport: Stockport Advertiser 1972. pp  172, il.
375Frischen, A, Die Entwicklung und Struktur von Tema, Ghanas jüngste Grossstadt. DE 103 (1973) 116–26.
376Halliday, HA, Terrebonne: from seigneury to suburb. Welland, Ontario: author 1971. pp 33, il.
377Glazebrook, GP de T, The story of Toronto. Toronto: Toronto UP 1971. Oxford UP 1972. pp xi + 310, il. [Rev UHN 19].
378Vidalenc, J, Un grand port mediterranéen de 1814 à 1851. RHEC 50 (1972) 571–9.
379Reaman, GE, A history of Vaughan township: two centuries of life in the township. Vaughan, Ont.: Vaughan Township History Society 1971. pp xxii + 346, il.
380Janik, A & Toulmin, S, Wittgenstein's Vienna. New York: Simon & Schuster 1973. pp 314, il.
381Mott, FL, Portrait of an American mill town: demographic response in mid 19th century Warren.Rhode Island. PS 26 (1972) 147–57.
382Hinchcliffe, E, The Washingtons at Whitehaven and Appleby. CWAAS 71 (1971) 151–98.
383Hoffecker, CE, 19th century Wilmington: satellite or independent city? Delaware History (1972) 1–18.
384Adams, JQ, John Quincey Adams in Russia [On life in Leningrad 1809–14]. New York: Praeger 1970. pp 662. [Reprint of 1874 edn].
385Bowles, C, And so to Mainford: a Woking diary of 1830. Ed. Chalkley, CR. Woking: Mayford History Society 1972. pp 52, il.
386Foakes, G, Between high walls: a London childhood. Shepheard-Walwyn 1972. pp v + 83, il.
387Mccready, HW, Elizabeth Gaskell and the cotton famine in Manchester: some unpublished letters. HSLC 122 (1971) 144–50.
388Payne, B & D, , Extracts from the journals of John Deakin Heaton, MO of Claremont, Leeds. TSP Miscellany 15 (1972) 93–153.
389Slugg, JT, Reminiscences of Manchester fifty years ago. Shannon: Irish UP 1971. pp 5 [vii] 355, il. [Reprint of 1881 edn].
390Berryman, B, Scarborough as it was [1840–1925]. Nelson: Hendon Publishing Co 1971. pp 48, il.
391SirBetjeman, J, Victorian and Edwardian Brighton from old photographs. Batsford 1972. pp 128, il.
392Broadfield, A, Leicester as it was. Nelson: Hendon Publishing Co 1972. pp  60, il.
393Brown, WE, Bolton as it was [1862–1927]. Nelson: Hendon Publishing Co 1972. pp 44, il.
394Burton, RC, Burnley as it was. Nelson: Hendon Publishing Co 1972. pp 44, il.
395Capel, G, Harrogate as it was. Nelson: Hendon Publishing Co 1972. pp 44, il.
396Chandler, G, Victorian and Edwardian Liverpool from old photographs. Batsford 1972. pp 128, il.
397Dewhirst, I, Old Keighley in photographs. Nelson: Hendon Publishing Co 1972. pp 44, il.
398Gifford, PR, Colchester as it was. Nelson: Hendon Publishing Co 1972. pp 44, il.
399Gilbert, V, Coventry as it was. Nelson: Hendon Publishing Co 1973. pp 47, il.
400Goff, M, Victorian and Edwardian Surrey from old photographs. Batsford 1972. pp viii + 88, il. [Rev above].
401Hedges, AAC, Great Yarmouth as it was. Nelson: Hendon Publishing Co 1973. pp 48, il.
402Hepworth, P, Victorian and Edwardian Norfolk from old photographs. Batsford 1972. pp 128, il.
403Jones, ED, Victorian and Edwardian Wales from old photographs. Batsford 1972. pp 128, il.
404Krim, AJ, Photographic imagery of the American city 1840–60. PG 25 (1973) 136–9.
405Lloyd-Jones, T, 101 views of Edwardian Liverpool and New Brighton. Liverpool: Gallery Press 1972. pp 50, il.
406Makepeace, C, Manchester as it was. Nelson: Hendon Publishing Co 1972. Vol I Street scenes, pp 45, il. [Rev above].
407Speak, H, Old Wakefield in photographs. Nelson: Hendon Publishing Co 1972. pp 44, il.
408Spencer, WM, Another look at Colne. Colne: Colne Register Transcriptions 1972. pp 44, il.
409Tarbuck, J, Southport as it was. Nelson: Hendon Publishing Co 1972. pp 44, il.
410Tonkin, WGS, Victorian and Edwardian Waltham Forest: photographs of the period 1846–1910. Walthamstow Antiquarian Society 1973. pp 57, il.
411Underhill, M, Windsor as it was. Nelson: Hendon Publishing Co 1972. pp 60, il.
412Whybrow, J, How does your Birmingham grow? from the John Whybrow collection of old and new photographs. Birmingham: John Whybrow Ltd 1972. pp 108, il.
413Winton, MJ, King's Lynn as it was. Nelson: Hendon Publishing Co 1972. pp 44, il.
414Ball, AW, Watford: a pictorial history 1922–1972. Watford: Watford Borough Council 1972. pp 80, il.
415Birch, R, A way of life: glimpses of Todmorden's past. Manchester: EJ Morten 1972. pp 89, il.
416Greenwood, F, Manchester drawings and etchings. Manchester: Manchester Cultural Committee 1972. pp 28, il.
417Kouwenhoven, JA, The Columbia historical portrait of New York: an essay in graphic history. New York: Harper & Row 1972. pp 550, il.
418Marks, S comp, Views of old Camberwell. Camberwell Society 1972. pp 14, il.
419Newbury, KM & Glover, AP comps, Ten views of Croydon 1805–1924. Croydon: London Borough of Croydon Libraries Dept 1973. pp 21, il.
420ORLEANS HOUSE GALLERY, ‘Where Thames reflects’: an exhibition of 18th and 19th century paintings, drawings and engravings of Richmond and Twickenham from the Ionides exhibition 30 April–30 September 1972 at the Orleans House Gallery. Richmond: Amenities Committee of the London Borough of Richmond 1972. pp 27.
421REDBRIDGE, Redbridge prints: scenes from the 18th and 19th centuries with historical notes. London Borough of Redbridge Libraries Dept 1972. pp 26, il.
422Roberts, B, Old Salem in pictures. Charlotte N.C.: McNally & Loftin 1972. pp 59, il.
423WANDSWORTH Libraries Dept, Historic views of Battersea 1752–1885. London Borough of Wandsworth Libraries Dept 1972. pp 14, il.
424WANDSWORTH Libraries Dept, Historic views of Wandsworth 1753–1909. London Borough of Wandsworth Libraries Dept 1972. pp 14, il.
425Watkins, AH comp, Views of the London borough of Bromley in the 18th and 19th centuries. Bromley: London Borough of Bromley Public Libraries 1972. pp 27, il.
426Whitburn, R, If it wasn't for the houses in between: a collection of social and historical documents about Hackney. Centerprise Publications 1973. pp 55, il. [Portfolio of audiovisual teaching aids].
427Casetti, E, Testing for spatial temporal trends: an application to urban population density trends using the expansion method. CG 17 (1973) 127–37.
428Elliott, V, Marriage licenses and the local historian. LoH 10 (1973) 282–90.
429Howells, B, The historical demography of Wales: notes on some sources [1563–1801]. LoH 10 (1973) 291–3.
430Leggett, JI, The 1377 poll tax return for the City of York. YAJ 43 (1971) 128–46.
431Guest, AV, Urban growth and population densities. De 10 (1973) 53–70.
432Lewis, GK, Population change in northern New England. AAG 62 (1972) 307–22.
433Brading, DAM & Wu, C, Population growth and crisis: Léon 1720–1860 [Mexico]. JLAS 5 (1973) 1–36.
434Champion, AG, Variations in urban densities between towns of England and Wales (Research Paper 1). Oxford: School of Geography 1972. pp 49. [Rev UHN 19].
435Doolittle, IG, Population growth and movement in Colchester and the Tendring hundred 1500–1800. EJ 7 (1972) 31–6.
436Law, CM, Some notes on the urban population of England and Wales in the 18th century. (Sources for Urban History 4). LoH 10 (1972) 13–26.
437Ripley, P, The parish register evidence for the population of Gloucester [16th century]. BGAS 91 (1972) 199–206.
438Zito, GV, A note on the population of 17th century London. De 9 (1972) 511–14.
439Adams, RB, Metropolitan area and central city population, 1960–1970–1980. AG 81 (1972) 171–205.
440Eversley, DEC, Old cities: falling populations and rising costs. GLRQB 18 (1972) 5–17.
441Lawless, RI, L'évolution du peuplement, de l'habitat et des paysages agraires du Mahgreb. AG 81 (1972) 451–64.
442Meinig, DW, American Wests: preface to a geographical introduction [growth of population in American West since 19th century]. AAG 62 (1972) 159–85.
443Tarver, JD, Patterns of population change among Southern non-metropolitan towns 1950–70. RS 37 (1972) 53–72.
444Powell, D, William Cowper and the Northampton bills of mortality. NPP 5 (1973) 19–32.
445Fox, DJ, Patterns of morbidity and mortality in Mexico City [potentially useful for comparisons with 19th-century conditions]. GR 62 (1972) 151–87.
446Hughes, J, The plague in Carlisle 1597–8. CWAAS 71 (1971) 52–63.
447King, R, The pilgrimage to Mecca: some geographical and historical aspects. Er 26 (1972) 61–72.
448Burnley, IH, European immigration settlement patterns in metropolitan Sydney 1947–1966. AuG 10 (1972) 61–78.
449Groh, GW, The black migration: the journey to urban America. New York: Wey-bridge and Talley 1972. pp xiv + 301, il.
450Martine, G, Migration, natural increase and city growth: the case of Rio de Janeiro. IMR 6 (1972) 200–15.
451Rischin, M, Immigration, migration and minorities in California: a reassessment. PHR 41 (1972) 71–90.
452Simmons, AB & Cardona, R, Rural-urban migration: the case of Bogota, Colombia, 1929–1968. IMR 6 (1972) 166–81.
453Tarver, JD, Patterns of population change among southern non-metropolitan towns, 1950–1970. RS 37 (1972) 53–72.
454Thomas, B, Migration and urban development: a reappraisal of British American long cycles. Methuen 1972. pp xiv + 259, il. [Rev UHN 18].
455Vance, JE, California and the search for the ideal [migration to California since 19th century]. AAG 62 (1972) 185–210.
456Vedder, RK & Gallaway, LE, The geographical distribution of British and Irish emigrants to the U.S. after 1800. SJPE 19 (1972) 19–36.
457Willis, KG, The influence of spatial structure and socio-economic factors on migration rates. A case study: Tyneside 1961–66. ReS 6 (1972) 69–82.
458Kovalev, SA, A typology of suburban zones. SG 14 (1973) 1–6.
459Sargent, CS, Toward a dynamic model of urban morphology. EcG 48 (1972) 357–74.
460Baker, ARH, Progress in historical geography. Newton Abbot: David & Charles 1972. pp 311, il. [Rev UHN 18].
461Carter, H, The study of urban geography. Arnold 1972. pp xiv + 346, il. [Rev UHN 18].
462Driscoll, KJ, Town study: a sample urban geography. G Phillip 1971. pp 104.
463Heighway, CM, The erosion of history. Council for British Archaeology: Urban Research Committee 1972. pp vii + 126.
464Herbert, D, Urban geography: a social perspective. Newton Abbot: David & Charles 1972. pp 320, il.
465Johnson, JH, Urban geography: an introductory analysis. Oxford, New York, Pergamon Press 1972. pp xv + 203. [2nd ed].
466Beacham, N, London's archaeology. LSJ 395 (1972) 2–11.
467Cowie, LW, Temple Bar, London. HT 22 (1972) 402–9.
468Roberts, IF, Nottingham Castle: a short illustrated account of its history from a feudal fortress to a museum and gallery of art. Leicester: GCM Printing Service Ltd 1972. pp 27, il.
469Rowse, AL, The Tower of London in the history of the nation. Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1972. pp 280, il.
470TOPSHAM SOCIETY. Topsham: an account of its streets and buildings. Topsham Society 1971. pp vi + 39, il.
471Dilke, OAW & MS, , Megalopolis in Arcadia. GM 45 (1973) 364–70.
472Marsden, P, Mapping the birth of Londinium. GM 44 (1972) 840–5.
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476Hassall, TG, Excavations at Oxford 1969. O 35 (1971) 5–18.
477Hassall, TG, Oxford – the city beneath your feet: archaeological excavations in the city of Oxford 1967–1972. Oxford: Oxford Archaeological Excavation Committee 1972. pp 32, il.
478Hurst, H, Excavations at Gloucester 1969–71. AeJ 52 (1972) 24–69.
479Jones, GDB, Excavations at Northwich. AJ 128 (1971) 31–77.
480Ponsford, MW, Nottingham town wall: Park Row excavations 1967. ThS 75 (1971) 5–32.
481Tilley, EW, Excavations at no 43, High Street, Gravesend. AC 86 (1971) 193–202.
482Wenham, P, Excavations at Low Petergate, York 1957–8. YAJ 44 (1972) 65–113.
483Davey, CR, The Carlisle tithe barn. CWAAS 72 (1972) 74–84.
484Drewett, P, The archiepiscopal palace at Croydon. AJ 128 (1972) 162–5.
485Gooder, EA, Coventry's town wall. Kenilworth: Historical Association Coventry Branch 1971. pp 64, il.
486Graham, F, The castle and town walls of Newcastle. Newcastle upon Tyne: Graham 1972. pp 38, il.
487Kitson, D, King's College Chapel Cambridge. EAM 31 (1972) 187.
488Longley, KM, Three sites in the City of York. ReH 12 (1973) 1–7.
489Marsden, P, Baynard's Castle. LA 14 (1972) 315–16.
490Meirion-Jones, GI, A 15th century stone hall at Odiham, Hants. AJ 128 (1971) 166–73.
491Radford, CAR, The later pre-conquest boroughs and their defences. MA 14 (1970) 83–103.
492O Riordain, B, Excavations at High Street and Winetavern St, Dublin. MA 15 (1971) 73–85.
493Radley, J, Excavations in the defences of the City of York. YAJ 44 (1972) 38–64.
494Turner, HL, Town defences in England and Wales 900–1500. Archon Books 1971. pp 246, il.
495Whittingham, AB, St. Mary's abbey, York: an interpretation of its plan. AJ 128 (1971) 118–46.
496Bartlett, KS, John Bunny's house, Wakefield. YAJ 44 (1972) 146–58.
497Bettey, JH, The supply of stone for rebuilding St. Paul' cathedral. AJ 128 (1971) 176–85.
498Cowie, LW, Leicester House. HT 23 (1973) 30–7.
499Jaine, TWM, The building of Magdalen Bridge 1772–1790. O 36 (1971) 51–71, il.
500Morgan, D, St.Bride's Fleet Street in the City of London. LSJ 396 (1972) 14–21.
501Wadhams, MC, The development of buildings in Witham 1500–c. 1800. PMA 6 (1972) 1–41.
502Beattie, S, New Scotland Yard. ArH 15 (1972) 68–82.
503Gray, PC, The changing face of St Andrews Street, Cambridge. CLHCB 27 (1972) 19–23.
504Rees, DM, Some aspects of industrial archaeology in Wales, Part II. HSC (1971) 156–76.
505Bannon, MJ, The changing centre of gravity of office establishments within central Dublin 1940–1970. IrG 6 (1972) 480–4.
506Harris, EC, Bergen, Bryggen 1972: the evolution of a harbour front. WA 5 (1973) 61–71.
507Kottis, GC & A, , A statistical exploration of some factors responsible for decline of the central business district [U.S.] LE 48 (1972) 169–72.
508Slesinger, DP, Occupational and land use changes in a selected central city area of Milwaukee, Wisconsin [comparison of 1848, 1921, 1960]. LE 48 (1972) 290–6.
509Barrett, B, The inner suburbs: the evolution of an industrial area. Melbourne: Melbourne UP 1971. pp xv + 181. [Rev UHN 18].
510Mishra, V, Communication and modernisation in urban slums. New York: Asia Publishing House 1972. pp xiv + 128.
511Burke, NT, An early modern Dublin suburb: the estate of Francis Aungier, Earl of Longford. [17th and 18th centuries] IrG 6 (1972) 365–85.
512Daunton, MJ, Suburban development in Cardiff: Grangetown and the Windsor estate 1857–1875. Morgannwg 16 (1972) 53–66.
513Donaldson, S, The suburban myth. New York: Columbia UP 1971. pp xiii + 272.
514Lafuente, MIdel R, El barrio de la Paloma. [Madrid] EG 33 (1972) 459–509.
515Neutze, GM, People and property in Banks town: recent property developments and changes in the population of a middle distance western suburb of Sydney. Canberra: Australian National UP 1971. pp viii + 111.
516Neutze, GM, People and property in Randwick: postwar changes in the population and their dwellings in an eastern suburb of Sydney. Canberra: Australian National UP 1971. pp viii + 105.
517Schnore, LF & Klaff, VZ, Suburbanization in the sixties: a preliminary analysis [U.S.]. LE 48 (1972) 23–33.
518Starikov, VN, The formation of the network of places in Moscow's suburban zone. SG 14 (1973) 7–12.
519Thorns, DC, Suburbia. MacGibbon & Kee 1972. pp 208.
520Gaskell, SM, Yorkshire estate development and the freehold land societies in the 19th century. YAJ 43 (1971) 158–65.
521Witt, RG, Landlord and the economic revival of the middle ages in northern Europe. AHR 76 (1971) 965–88.
522Muthesius, S, The ‘iron problem’ in the 1850s [experiments in use of iron in building]. ArH 13 (1970) 58–63.
523Steane, JM, Building materials used in Northamptonshire and the area around. NPP 4 (1966–1971) 71–80.
524Brett, CEB, Court houses and market houses of the province of Ulster. Belfast: Ulster Architectural Heritage Society 1973. pp 108, il.
525Burrough, THB, The work of national architects in the Bristol area. BGAS 91 (1972) 5–13.
526Crook, JM. The Greek revival. Murray 1972. pp xi + 204, il. [Rev above].
527De MarÉ, E, The London Doré saw: a Victorian evocation. Allen Lane 1973. pp 229, il.
528Gillon, EV, Early illustrations and views of American architecture. New York: Dover Publishers; Constable 1972. pp 295, il.
529Hersey, GL, High Victorian Gothic: a study in associationism. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP 1972. pp xxi + 234, il.
530Hibbard, H, Carlo Maderno and Roman architecture. Zwemmer 1971. pp xvi + 401, il.
531Hines, TS, The imperial façade: Daniel H Burnham and American architectural planning in the Philippines. PHR 41 (1972) 33–53.
532Hinton, DA, Oxford buildings from medieval to modern: exteriors. Oxford: Oxford Archaeological Excavation Committee 1972. pp iii–vi + 64, il.
533Hobhouse, H, Lost London: a century of demolition and decay. Macmillan 1971. pp 6 (250), il. [Rev UHN 18].
534Lindley, K, Seaside architecture. H. Evelyn 1973. pp 160 , il.
535Liscombe, R, Economy, character and durability: specimen designs for the Church Commissioners 1818. ArH 13 (1970) 43–57.
536Mason, A, Henry Bell [architect of buildings in King's Lynn and Norwich]. EAM 31 (1972) 292–3.
537Metcalf, P, Victorian London. Cassell 1972. pp xv + 190, il. [Rev UHN 19].
538Mumford, L, Roots of contemporary American architecture: a series of thirty seven essays dating from the mid-nineteenth century to the present. Constable 1972. pp iii–xviii + 452 + xxvi, il.
539Muthesius, S, The High Victorian movement in architecture 1850–1870. Routledge 1972. pp xviii + 252, il.
540Newman, J, Nicholas Stone's Goldsmiths' Hall: design and practice in the 1630s. ArH 14 (1971) 30–9.
541Parker, V, The making of King's Lynn: secular buildings from the 11th to the 17th century. Chichester: Phillimore 1971. pp xiii + 226 , il. [Rev UHN 17].
542SirPevsner, N, York and the East Riding. Harmondsworth: Penguin 1972. pp 416, il. [Buildings of England].
543Roberts, DL, A crown post roof in Kirkgate, Newark on Trent. ThS 75 (1971) 79–80.
544Saint, A, Three Oxford architects. O 45 (1971) 53–102.
545Spain, G & Dromgoule, N, Theatre architects in the British Isles. ArH 13 (1970) 77–90.
546Summerson, J, Drawings of London churches in the Bute collection. ArH 13 (1970) 30–42.
547Brown, WH, Access to housing: the role of the real estate industry [housing of American negroes in 20th cent.]. EcG 48 (1972) 66–78.
548Freeman, MD, Working class housing in Portsmouth [19th cent.]. IA 10 (1973) 152–60.
549Gaskell, M, Self help and house building in the 19th century. (Sources for Urban History 5). LoH 10 (1972) 65–9.
550Mercer, LJ & Morgan, WD, Housing surplus in the 1920s? Another evaluation [U.S.]. EEH 10 (1973) 295–304.
551Murie, A et al. Developments in housing policy and administration in Northern Ireland since 1945. SEA 6 (1972) 44–58.
552Wilding, P, Towards Exchequer subsidies for housing 1906–1914. SEA 6 (1972) 3–18.
553Alcock, NW, Unusual late medieval ‘urban’ houses in Kenilworth. BAS 84 (1967–1970) 182–5.
554Fathy, H, The Arab house in the urban setting, past, present and future: the fourth Carreras Arab lecture of the University of Essex. 3 11 1970. Harlow: Longman 1972. pp 62, il.
555Graham, JW, Notes on housing and housing districts at Abdera and Himera. American Journal of Archaeology 76 (1972) 295–301.
556Harrison, W, Memorable Dublin houses with illustrative anecdotes. Wakefield: SR Publishers 1971. pp vii–viii + 144, il. [Facsimile reprint of 1st ed 1890].
557Harrison, W, Memorable Edinburgh houses. Wakefield: SR Publishers 1971. pp vii–viii + 122, il. [Facsimile reprint of 1st edn 1893].
558Hodge, G, Cottaging in the Toronto urban field: a proof of structure and behaviour [summer homes]. Centre for urban and community studies University of Toronto 1970. pp 18.
559Lockwood, C, Bricks and brownstone: the New York row house 1783–1929: an architectural and social history. New York: McGraw Hill 1972. pp xxv + 166, il.
560Lowe, JB & Anderson, DN, Standard houses of the first Blaenavon Company: Forge Row, Cwmaron [Welsh School of Architecture Iron Industry Housing Papers no 4 1972]. pp 16–37.
561ORLEANS HOUSE GALLERY, ‘Rich habitations’…the domestic architecture of Richmond-upon-Thames displayed in drawings and engravings [catalogue of an exhibition] 15 October 1972–29 April 1973 Orleans House Gallery, Twickenham. Richmond: Borough of Richmond Amenities Committee 1972. pp 43.
562Smith, TP, House types connected with the Luton hat industry. IA 9 (1972) 58–64.
563Tann, J & Smith, Low, Early fire proof housing in a Staffs factory village. PMA 6 (1972) 191–7.
564Dingle, AE & Merrett, DT, Home owners and tenants in Melbourne 1891–1911. AEHR 12 (1972) 21–35.
565Lenman, B & Carroll, WD, Council housing in Dundee [housing conditions since 19th cent.]. TPR 43 (1972) 275–85.
566Sutcliffe, A, Working class housing in 19th century Britain: a review of recent research. BSLH 24 (1972) 40–50.
567Harris, DD and Harper, BY, Urbs and suburbs: the city environment. Melbourne: Cheshire 1971/1972. pp 126, il.
568Wurman, RS, Man-made Philadelphia: a guide to its physical and cultural environment. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press 1972. pp  105, il.
569Wrigley, EA, Nineteenth-century society: essays in the use of quantitative methods for the study of social data. Cambridge UP 1972. pp vii + 448, il. [Rev above].
570Bell, P, Social reform and social structure in Victorian England: a handlist of university theses. Leicester: University of Leicester Victorian Studies Centre 1972. pp 16. (Victorian Studies Handlist 5).
571Brucker, G, The society of Renaissance Florence: a documentary study. New York: Harper & Row 1971. pp vii +282.
572Berry, BJL, Human consequences of urbanisation. Macmillan 1973. pp 256.
573Schmidt-Renner, G, Zur sozialistischen Ökologie des Menschen in Siedlungen. PGM 116 (1972) 161–5.
574Stutz, FP, Distance and network effects on urban social travel fields. EcG 49 (1973) 134–44.
575Social patterns in cities [conference report]. Area 5 (1973) 150–1.
576Bayton, JA, Tension in the cities. Ward Lock 1971. vii + 267.
577Guest, AM, Urban history, population densities, and higher status residential location. EcG 48 (1972) 375–87.
578Hawley, AH, Urban society. New York: Ronald 1971. pp 348.
579Johnston, RJ, Urban residential patterns. New York: Praeger 1972. pp 382.
580Woodsworth, JS, My neighbour: a study of social conditions: a plea for social service. Toronto: Toronto UP 1972. pp 216, il. [Rev UHN 19].
581Baker, GRF, Nobiltà in declino: il caso di Siena sottogli Medici e gli Asburgo-Lorena. RSI 84 (1973) 584–616.
582Lapidus, IM, The early evolution of Muslim urban society. CSSH 15 (1973) 21–50.
583Logan, O, Culture and society in Venice 1470–1790: the renaissance and its heritage. Batsford 1972. pp viii + 344 , il.
584Menard, RR, From servant to freeholder: status mobility and property accumulation in 17th century Maryland. WMQ 30 (1973) 37–64.
585Pike, R, Aristocrats and traders: Sevillian society in the sixteenth century. Ithaca: Cornell UP 1972. pp xv + 243.
586Deskins, DR, Race, residence and workplace in Detroit 1880–1965. EcG 48 (1972) 79–94.
587Godwin, G, Town swamps and social bridges. Introduced by King, AD. Leicester: Leicester UP 1972. pp + viii + 102. [Reprint of 1859 edn]. [Rev UHN 18].
588Glyde, J, The moral, social and religious condition of Ipswich in the middle of the nineteenth century. Wakefield: SR Publishers 1971. pp xvii + 249 + vi. [Rev UHN 18].
589Gutman, HG, Work, culture and society in industrializing America 1815–1919. AHR 78 (1973) 531–88.
590Havel, JE, Grandes villes, nations et empires: une carte politique de la nouvelle société industrielle avancée. CJPS 5 (1972) 120–34.
591Johnston, RJ, Social area change in Melbourne 1961–66. AuG 11 (1973) 79–98.
592Kallberg, S, Report from a Swedish village [social conditions in Vasteras 1894–1971]. Harmondsworth: Penguin 1972. pp xx + 327.
593Lawson, R, Class or status ? The social structure of Brisbane in the 1890s. AJPH 18 (1972) 344–59.
594Nottridge, HE, The sociology of urban living. Routledge 1972. pp ix + 115. [Rev UHN 19].
595Read, D, Manchester men and Liverpool gentlemen [review article]. NH 7 (1972) 128–33.
596Tranter, NL, The social structure of a Bedfordshire parish in the mid-19th century [Cardington]. IRSH 18 (1973) 90–106.
597Vaugḣan, R, The age of great cities, or, modern society viewed in its relation to intelligence, morals and religion. Shannon: Irish UP 1971. pp viii + 374. [Facsimile reprint of 1843 edn].
598Warren, RL, The community in America. Chicago: Rand NcNally 1972. pp 418.
599Land, AC, The planters of colonial Maryland. Maryland Historical Magazine (1972) 109–28.
600Nash, GB, Slaves and slaveowners in colonial Philadelphia. WMQ 30 (1973) 223–56.
601Ramella, F, Industria e transformazioni sociali: appunti per una ricerca sui tessitori del Biellese. QS 22 (1973) 192–201.
602Smith, SR, The social and geographical origins of the London apprentices. GUM 4 (1973) 195–206.
603Fasel, G, Urban workers in provincial France Feb–June 1848. IRSH 17 (1972) 661–74.
604Forrest, A, The condition of the poor in revolutionary Bordeaux. PaP 59 (1973) 147–77.
605Jones, GS, Outcast London: a study in the relationship between classes in Victorian society. Oxford: Clarendon 1971. pp xv + 424, il. [Rev UHN 18].
606Kagan, E, Le mouvement ouvrier à Pompey 1917–1925. AE 24 (1972) 17–56.
607Wright, H, The uncommon mill girls of Lowell. HT 23 (1973) 10–19.
608Zeigler, RE, The Houston worker 1865–90. E Texas Historical Journal (1972) 40–54.
609Adams, JS, The geography of riots and civil disorders in the 1860s. [U.S.] EcG 48 (1972) 24–42.
610Martines, L ed, Violence and civil disorder in Italian cities 1200–1500. Berkeley: California UP 1972. pp 353.
611Olton, CS, Philadelphia's mechanics in the first decade of revolution 1765–1775. JAH 59 (1972) 311–26.
612Parssinen, TM, The revolutionary party in London 1816–20. IHR 45 (1972) 266–82.
613Radding, CM, The estates of Normandy and the revolts in the towns at the beginning of the reign of Charles VI. Sp 47 (1972) 79–90.
614Rodriguez, L, El motin de Madrid de 1766. ReO 121 (1973) 24–49.
615Rodriguez, L, Los motines de 1766 en provincias. ReO 122 (1973) 183–207.
616Rodriguez, L, The Spanish riots of 1766. PaP 59 (1973) 117–46.
617Rodriguez, L, The riots of 1766 in Madrid. ESR 3 (1973) 223–42.
618Tilly, L, El motin de subsistencias como forma de conflicto politico en Francia. ReO 122 (1973) 208–48.
619Zelnik, RE, Populists and workers: the first encounter between populist students and industrial workers in St. Petersburg 1871–74. SS 24 (1972) 251–69.
620Lethbridge, HJ, The evolution of a Chinese voluntary association in Hong Kong: the Po Leung Kuk. JOrS 10 (1972) 33–50.
621Lowe, RA, Mutual improvement in the Potteries. NSJF 12 (1972) 75–82.
622Price, RN, The working men's club movement and Victorian social reform ideology. VS 15 (1971) 117–48.
623Shipley, S, Club life and socialism in mid-Victorian London. Oxford: Ruskin College 1971. pp 85, il. (History Workshop Pamphlet 5). [Rev UHN 18].
624Shofner, JH, The Pensacola working-man's association. LH 13 (1972) 555–9.
625Taylor, J, From self-help to glamour: the working men's club 1860–72. Oxford: Ruskin College 1972. pp 94. (History Workshop Pamphlet 7). [Rev UHN 18].
626James, TM, The inns of Croydon 1640–1840. SurAC 68 (1971) 109–30.
627Mould, G, Manchester memories [social life Manchester 1890–1930]. Lavenham: Dalton 1972. pp 132, il.
628Spiller, B, Victorian public houses. Newton Abbot: David & Charles 1972. pp 112, il. [Rev UHN 19].
629Becker, LD, Unitarianism in post-war Atlanta 1882–1908. Georgia Historical Quarterly (1972) 349–64.
630Biggs, BJ, The disciplined society: early Victorian preachers in the Retford Wesleyan circuit. ThS 75 (1971) 98–102.
631Bradley, G & Lonsdale, A, The Venerable Edmund Sykes of Leeds. TSP Miscellany 15 (1972) 167–70.
632Carwardine, R, The second great awakening in the urban centers: an examination of Methodism and the new measures. JAH 59 (1972) 327–40.
633Fraser, D, The Leeds churchwardens 1828–50. TSP Miscellany 15 pt 1 (1971) 1–22.
634Gutierrez, R, Iglesiás y conventos de la ciudad de Corrientes (1588–1900). Nordeste [Argentina] 9 (1967) 117–46.
635Houlbrooke, RA, Persecution of heresy and protestantism in the diocese of Norwich under Henry VIII. NoA 35 (1972) 308–26.
636Jeans, DN & Kofmane, , Religious adherence and population mobility in 19th century New South Wales. AuG 10 (1972) 193–202.
637Johnson, GM, Churches and evangelism in Jackson, Missippi 1920–29. Journal Mississipi History (1972) 307–29.
638Jones, CE, Disinherited or rural? A historical case study in Urban Holiness Religion. Missouri Historical Review (1972) 395–412.
639Kent, JHS, The role of religion in the cultural structure of the later Victorian city. RHS 23 (1973) 153–74.
640Kitching, CJ, The chantries of the East Riding of Yorkshire at the dissolution in 1548. YAJ 44 (1972) 178–94.
641Leppard, MJ, The Chantry Commission of 1547 and some unpublished chantry records for East Grinstead. SAC 109 (1971) 24–36.
642Lloyd, L, The ivorites of Harlech. JMHRS 6 (1972) 372–80.
643Morris, GM, The nonconformist chapel and the local community. LoH 10 (1973) 253–8.
644Owen, RJ, Wintoun Street Baptist Church 1870–1895. TSP Miscellany 15 pt 2 (1972) 171–8.
645Rahill, PJ, St Louis under Bishop Rosati [1789–1843]. Missouri Historical Review (1972) 495–519.
646Reid, WS, The coming of the Reformation to Edinburgh. ChH 42 (1973) 27–44.
647Rogers, A, The 1851 religious census returns for the City of Nottingham. ThS 76 (1972) 74–88.
648Sprunger, KL, Other pilgrims in Leiden: Hugh Goodyear and the English Reformed Church. ChH 41 (1972) 46–60.
649Williamson, S, The Oakington martyrs. CLHCB 27 (1972) 23–30.
650Bhargav, G, Social problems of urban India. Bombay: Vora for Commerce 1972. pp 40.
651Di Tella, TS, The dangerous classes in early 19th century Mexico. JLAS 5 (1973) 79–105.
652Scott, P, The spatial analysis of crime and delinquency. AuG 10 (1972) 1–18.
653Tobias, JJ, Crime and industrial society in the nineteenth century. Harmondsworth: Penguin 1972. pp 336. [Rev UHN 19].
654Tobias, JJ, Nineteenth-century crime: prevention and punishment. Newton Abbot: David & Charles 1972. pp 179 (Sources for social and economic history). [Rev UHN 19].
655The formation of the Derby Poor Law Union. DM 6 (1972) 55–67.
656The Norwich census of the poor 1570. Edited by Pound, JF. Norwich: Norfolk Record Society 1971. pp  118.
657Cassell, WA, The parish and the poor in New Brentford 1720–1834. LoMAS 23 (1973) 174–93.
658Gilley, S, English Catholic charity and the Irish poor in London. Part I 1700–1814. ReH 11 (1972) 179–95.
659Gilley, S, English Catholic charity and the Irish poor in London. Part II 1840–1870. ReH 11 (1972) 253–69.
660Gilley, S, Protestant London, no popery and the Irish Poor. Part II 1850–1860. ReH 11 (1971) 21–46.
661Grey, P, Parish workhouses and poorhouses. LoH 10 (1972) 70–5.
662Inglis, B, Poverty and the industrial revolution. Panther 1972. pp 495 , il.
663Rose, ME, The relief of poverty 1834–1914. Macmillan 1972. pp 64 (Studies in Economic History). [Rev UHN 18].
664Whalen, JM, The 19th century almshouse system in Saint John County. SH 7 (1971) 5–27.
665Simmons, J, A Victorian social worker: Joseph Dare and the Leicester Domestic Mission. LAHS 46 (1970–1971) 65–80.
666Dalton, M & Seaman, JM, The distribution of New Commonwealth immigrants in the London borough of Ealing 1961–66. IBG 58 (1973) 21–40.
667Hogg, TC, Black man in white town [black communities in Eugene, Oregon, since 1945]. PNW 63 (1972) 14–21.
668Meyer, DK, Spatiotemporal trends of racial residential change [study of Lansing, Michigan 1940–60]. LE 48 (1972) 62–4.
669Morrill, RL & Donaldson, OF, Geographical perspectives on the history of Black America. EcG 48 (1972) 1–23
670Rose, HM, The spatial development of black residential sub-systems [U.S.]. EcG 48 (1972) 43–65.
671Allin, P, Medieval Southampton and its Jews. JHSE 23 (1969–1970) 87–95.
672Barke, M, Census enumeration books and the local historian: an example from Central Scotland [immigrant communities in Falkirk]. LoH 10 (1973) 259–64.
673Burnley, , Ethnic settlement formation in Wellington-Hutt. NZG 28 (1972) 151–70.
674Dolan, JP, Immigrants in the city: New York's Irish and German catholics. ChH 41 (1972) 354–68.
675Hoffman, A, Stimulus to repatriation: the 1931 Federal deporation drive and the Los Angeles Mexican community. PHR 42 (1973) 205–19.
676Keeth, K, Sankt Antonius: Germans in the Alamo City in the 1850s. Southwestern Historical Quarterly (1972) 183–202.
677Kerner, S, Le règlement de la communauté juive de Metz de 1769. AE 24 (1972) 201–54.
678Kranzler, D, The Jewish refugee community of Shanghai 1938–45. WLB 26 (1972–1973) 28–37.
679Lesesne, JM, The French Huguenots of New Bordeaux [S.Carolina]. Transactions of Huguenot Society of S. Carolina (1972) 1–8.
680Lobban, RD, The Irish community of Greenock in the 19th century. IrG 6 (1971) 270–81.
681Olson, A, The nature of an immigrant community: St Louis Germans 1850–1920. Missouri Historical Review (1972) 342–59.
682Richardson, C, The Irish in Victorian Bradford. BAn 45 (1971) 294–316.
683Sharot, S, Religious change in native orthodoxy in London 1870–1914: the synagogue service. JJS 15 (1973) 57–78.
684Tamarkin, M, Tribal associations, tribal solidarity and tribal chauvinism in a Kenya town. JAfH 14 (1973) 257–74.
685Werly, J, The Irish in Manchester 1832–49. IHS 18 (1973) 345–58.
686Alderman, G, The anti-Jewish riots of August 1911 in South Wales. WHR 6 (1972) 190–200.
687Haliczer, SH, The Castilian urban patriciate and the Jewish expulsions. AHR 78 (1972) 35–62.
688Keeble, DE & Hauser, PP, Spatial analysis of manufacturing growth in outer south-east England 1960–67. II method and results. ReS 6 (1972) 11–36.
689Coombe, MO, The industrial history of Hagle [Cornwall]. IA 10 (1973) 64–76.
690Durr, FRE, The urban economy. Intext 1971. pp 201.
691Haring, JE ed, Urban and regional economics: perspectives for public action. Boston: Houghton Mifflin 1972. pp viii + 307.
692Radley, J, Economic aspects of Anglo-Danish York. MA 15 (1971) 37–57.
693Grendi, E, Problemi e studi di storia economica genovese. RSI 84 (1972) 1022–60.
694Jackson, G, Hull in the eighteenth century: a study in economic and social history. OUP for University of Hull 1972. pp xvi + 474, il. [Rev UHN 18].
695Jorgenson, J, The economic condition of Zealand provincial towns in the 18th century. SEcHR xix (1971) 1–11.
696Anna, TE, The finances of Mexico City during the War of Independence. JLAS 4 (1972) 55–75.
697Moyes, A, Employment change in the N. Staffs conurbation 1951–66. NSJF 12 (1972) 83–100.
698Alvey, RC, Clay pipe makers of Nottingham [17th-18th cents.]. ThS 76 (1972) 35–45.
699Bennett, R, Brush making and a Leicester brushmaker's family. Leicestershire Historian 2 (1972) 6–8.
700Burch, A, Brickworks in the Hedingham area. EAM 31 (1972) 120–2.
701Craig, J, Evans, EW & Showler, B, Humberside: employment, unemployment and migration: the evolution of industrial structure 1951–66. YB 22 (1970) 123–42.
702Drew, JH, Kenilworth castle and the Coventry weavers. BAS 85 (1971–1973) 214–5.
703Feller, I, Determinants of the composition of urban inventions. EcG 49 (1973) 47–58.
704Keuchel, EF, Master of the art of canning: Baltimore 1860–1900. Maryland Historical Magazine (1972) 351–62.
705Lever, WF, Cyclical changes in factors affecting industrial location [post-1945 industrial location in N.E. Lancs]. LE 49 (1973) 218–21.
706Matthews, H, The fishing industry of Lowestoft 1948–1968. Confluence (1971) 21–3.
707Milefanti, HC & Brears, PCD, Pottery kilns at Rawmarsh near Rotherham, Yorks. PMA 5 (1971) 193–4.
708Morton, GR, The industrial history of Darlaston. WMS 5 (1972) 11–15.
709Pacione, M, Traditional and new industries in Dundee. SGM 88 (1972) 53–60.
710Randall, HA, The Kettering worsted industry of the 18th century [2 parts]. NPP 4 (1966–1971) 312–20, 349–56.
711Rawes, B, Roman pottery kilns at Gloucester. BGAS 91 (1972) 18–59.
712Schlesinger, L, Die oberleutensdorfer Tuchmanufaktur [reprint]. ScM (1972) 3–24.
713Skempton, AW, Samuel Wyatt and the Albion mill. ArH 14 (1971) 53–73.
714Sumpter, D & Heath, J, Victoria mills, Draycott. DM 6 (1972) 68–72.
715Tildesley, NW, The early history of the Albion works, Willenhall 1790–1880. WMS 4 (1970–1971) 32–45.
716Tremel, F, Die Fugger und Welser in Salzburg. ScM 1/2 (1972) 73–103.
717Weatherill, L & Edwards, R, Pottery making in London and Whitehaven in the late 17th century. PMA 5 (1971) 160–81.
718Williams, WH, Spitalfields and the Huguenot weavers. LSJ 394 (1972) 14–20.
719Wilson, RG, Gentlemen merchants: the merchant community in Leeds 1700–1830. Manchester: Manchester UP 1972. pp ix + 271. [Rev UHN 18].
720Anselmi, S, Commerci, porti, e marine mediterranee fra Mediaevo et Età moderne. QS 22 (1973) 233–37.
721Bellamy, JM, The trade and shipping of nineteenth century Hull. York: East Yorkshire Local History Society 1971. pp 72. [Rev UHN 18].
722Charlton, K, Liverpool and the East India trade. NH 7 (1972) 54–72.
723Devine, TM, Glasgow merchants and the collapse of the tobacco trade 1775–83. SHR 52 (1973) 50–76.
724Foster, FF, Merchants and bureaucrats in Elizabethan London. GUM 4 (1972) 149–60.
725Hassan, JA, The supply of coal to Edinburgh 1790–1850. TH 5 (1972) 125–51.
726Henning, FH, Die Handelsfunktionen Breslaus in der ersten Hälfte des 16 Jahrhunderts. ScM 1/2 (1972) 105–22.
727Leon, P, Grand commerce et vie urbaine à Lyon au 16e siècle [review article]. RH 505 (1973) 41–6.
728Perry, PJ, Sea coal and railway coal in Dorset. DNSH 93 (1973) 243–6.
729Stevenson, WI, Some aspects of the geography of the Clyde tobacco trade in the 18th century. SGM (1973) 19–35.
730Bosher, JF, Le ravitaillement de Québec en 1758. SoH 5 (1972) 79–85.
731Benedetta, M, The street markets of London. New York: B Blom 1972. pp viii + 201, il.
732Dawson, JA, The development of self-service retailing in Nottingham. EMG 5 (1973) 355–60.
733Dennington, RE, Sale of horses at Leicester. NPP 4 (1966–1971) 268.
734Palliser, DM & Pinnock, AC, The markets of medieval Staffordshire. NSJF 11 (1971) 49–64.
735Brown, RL, The minters of Wapping: the history of a debtors' sanctuary in 18th century East London. ELP 14 (1972) 77–86.
736Collins, M, The Bank of England at Liverpool 1827–1844. BuH 14 (1972) 144–65.
737Hyde, RN, Notes on a collection of London insurance surveys 1794–1807. JSA 4 (1971) 327–8.
738Roth, HL, The Yorkshire coiners 1767–1783 and notes on old and prehistoric Halifax. Wakefield: SR Publishers 1971. pp xxxiii + 322 , il. [Reprint of 1906 edn].
739Schwarz, LD, Occupations and incomes in late 18th century East London. ELP 14 (1972) 87–100.
740Gourvish, TR, The cost of living in Glasgow in the early 19th century. EcHR 25 2nd series (1972) 65–80.
741Desai, AV, Population and standards of living in Akbar's time. IESHR 9 (1972) 43–62.
742Miller, RM, Daniel Pratt's [1799–1873] industrial urbanism: the cotton mill town in ante bellum Alabama. Alabama Historical Quarterly (1973) 5–35.
743Attal, R, Une guilde d'artisans-tailleurs juifs à Tunis au début du XXe siècle. REJ 130 (1971) 327–34.
744Walker, IC, Some notes on the Westminster and London tobacco-pipe maker's guild. LoMAS 23 (1971) 78–89.
745Bean, R, A note on the Knights of Labor in Liverpool 1889–90. LH 13 (1972) 68–78.
746Bean, R, Working conditions, labour agitation and the origins of unionism on the Liverpool tramways. TH 5 (1973) 173–94.
747Brown, R, Waterfront organisation in Hull 1870–1900. Hull: University of Hull 1972. pp vii + 103. [Rev UHN 19].
748Muraskin, W, The Harlem Boycott of 1934: black nationalism and the rise of labor-union consciousness. LH 13 (1972) 361–73.
749Bean, R, The Liverpool dock strike of 1890. IRSH 28 (1973) 51–68.
750Porter, JH, The Northampton arbitration board and the shoe industry dispute of 1887. NPP 4 (1966–1971) 149–54.
751Winkler, AM, The Philadelphia transit strike of 1944. JAH 54 (1972) 73–89.
752Margary, ID, Traffic routes in Sussex 1724. SAC 109 (1971) 20–3.
753Hopkinson, GG, Road development in South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire. 1700–1850. HuAs 10 (1971) 14–30.
754Farrant, JH, The evolution of Newhaven harbour and the Lower Ouse before 1800. SAC 10 (1972) 44–60.
755Jackson, G, Grimsby and the Haven Company 1796–1846. Grimsby: Grimsby Public Libraries 1971. pp xi + 101. [Rev UHN 18].
756Jackson, G, Port building on the Humber c. 1770–1850: a survey of local motivation. YB 23 (1971) 67–81.
757Ogundana, B, Oscillating seaport location in Nigeria. AAG 62 (1972) 110–21.
758Broadbridge, SR, Monopoly and public utility: the Birmingham canals 1767–72. TH 5 (1972) 229–42.
759Barnes, EG, Midland jostles to the City [suburban railway development in 19th cent London]. RM 118 (1972) 460–3.
760SirBetjeman, J, London's historic railway stations. Murray 1972. pp 126, il.
761Blakemore, M, Railways through Bury II. RM (1973) 180–2.
762Brooke, D, The struggle between Hull and the North Eastern Railway. JTH 1 (1972) 220–37.
763Cubby, EA, Railroad building and the rise of the port of Huntington (West Virginia]. West Virginia History (1972) 234–47.
764Day, JR, The story of London's underground. Rev edn.London Transport 1972.  200 , il.
765Ratcliffe, BM, The origins of the Paris-Saint-Germain railway. JTH 1 (1972) 197–219.
766Leyerzarf, JW, Aviation promotion in Kansas City 1925–31. Missouri Historical Review (1972) 246–67.
767Muraco, WA, Intra-urban accessibility. EcG 48 (1972) 388–405.
768Simpson, M, Urban transport and the development of Glasgow's West End 1830–1914. JTH 1 (1972) 146–60.
769Bebbington, G, London street names. Batsford 1972. pp vii + 367 (8), il.
770Haslam, J, Medieval streets in London. LA 2 (1972) 3–7.
771Honeybourne, MB, The City of London's historic streets. AMS 18 (1971) 77–94.
772Macdonald, MIM, The building of the new Eden bridge at Carlisle. CWAAS 71 (1971) 248–59.
773Mcnally, K, The narrow streets. Belfast: Blackstaff Press Ltd 1972. pp 62, il.
774Pearce, D & Nash, C, The evaluation of urban motorway systems: a case study – Southampton. US 10 (1973) 129–44.
775Roper, D, The streets of old Ipswich. EAM 31 (1972) 192–4.
776Beckwith, I, The history of transport and travel in Gainsborough. Gainsborough: Gainsborough Urban District Council 1971. pp 38, il. [Rev UHN 18].
777Brownell, BA, The notorious jitney and the urban transportation crisis in Birmingham [Alabama] in the 1920s. Alabama Review (1972) 105–18.
778Cormack, IL, A century of Glasgow tramways. Glasgow: Scottish Tramway Museum Society 1972. pp 25, il.
779Hibbs, J, The London independent bus operators 1922–34. TH 5 (1972) 274–83.
780Jackson, AA, Almost a tube [Alexandra Palace branch]. RM (1973) 280–3.
781Kain, D, The trolley buses of Maidstone: a survey of the history of the Maidstone Corporation trolley bus system. Reading: British Trolley Bus Society 1972. pp  32, il.
782King, JS, Transport of delight: the Bradford trolley bus 1911–72. Guildford: National Trolley Bus Association 1972. pp 80, il.
783Montgomery, A, Horse Tram started city's century old traffic system. Ulster Commentary 323 (1973) 6–7.
784Roper, D, Tram ride to Whitton [Ipswich]. EAM 31 (1972) 372–3.
785Vickers, JE, From horses to Atlanteans: the story of Sheffield's transport through the ages. Sheffield: JEV publication 1972. pp i + 55, il.
786York, FW, The trolley buses of Birmingham. Reading: British Trolley Bus Society 1971. pp  157, il.
787Zunz, O, Technology and society in an urban environment: the case of the Third Avenue elevated railway. JInH 3 (1972) 89–109.
788Brownell, BA, A system of modernity: attitudes towards the automobile in southern cities in the 1920s. AQ (1972) 20–44.
789Georgano, GN, A history of the London taxicab. Newton Abbot: David & Charles 1972. pp 180, il.
790The town book of Lewes. SRS 69 (1973).
791Fredman, LE, Seth Low: theorist of municipal reform. JAS 6 (1972) 19–40.
792Schapiro, H, Lincoln Steffens: light and shadow on his historical image. AJES 31 (1972) 319–26.
793Dean, KJ, Town and Westminster: a political history of Walsall. Walsall: County Borough of Walsall, Libraries, Museum and Art Gallery Departments 1972. pp  301 , il.
794Robson, WA & Regan, DE, Great cities of the world: their government, politics and planning. Allen &Unwin 1972. 2 vols. pp 1–494, 495–1114.
795Chastagnol, A, Le repli sur Aries des services administratifs gaulois en 407. RH 505 (1973) 23–40.
796Brooke, CNL, Henry I's charter for the City of London. JSA 4 (1973) 558–78.
797Dobson, RB, Admissions to the freedom of the City of York in the later middle ages. EcHR 26 (1973) 1–22.
798Reynolds, S, The rulers of London in the 12th century. H 57 (1973) 337–57.
799Aymard, M, Bilanco d'una lunga crisi finanzaria [16th-cent.Genoa]. RSI 84 (1972) 988–1021.
800Beer, BL, London and the rebellions of 1548–1549. JBS 12 (1972) 15–38.
801Hartdagen, GE, The vestry as a unit of local government in colonial Maryland. Maryland Historical Magazine (1972) 363–88.
802Till, RD, Proprietary politics in Glamorgan: the Mackworth family and the borough of Neath 1696–1794. Morgannwg 6 (1973) 37–52.
803Trasselli, IC, Finanza genovese e pagamenti esteri 1629–43. RSI 84 (1972) 978–87.
804Dobbin, CE, Urban leadership in Western India: politics and communities in Bombay city 1840–1885. Oxford UP 1972. pp 305 .
805Hennock, EP, Fit and proper persons: ideal and reality in nineteenth century urban government. Arnold 1973. pp xix + 395, il.
806Jones, GW, How Herbert Morrison governed London 1934–40. LGS 5 (1973) 1–12.
807Leonard, JG, Urban government under the raj: a case study of municipal administration in 19th century South India. MAsS 7 (1973) 227–52.
808Massam, BH, Forms of local government in the Montreal area 1911–71. CJPS 6 (1973) 243–53.
809Robinson, FCR, Municipal government and Muslim separatism in the United Provinces 1883–1916 [India]. MAsS389–442.
810Thomas, EM, To feed the citizens: welfare in wartime Richmond 1861–5. Virginia Cavalcade (1972) 22–9.
811Vaughan, PH, The city and the American creed: a liberal awakening during the early Truman period 1946–8 [U.S.urban problems]. Phy 34 (1973) 51–62.
812Brenner, R, The civil war politics of London's merchant community PaP 58 (1973) 53–107.
813Brunn, SD & Ingalls, GL, The emergence of Republicanism in the urban South [since 1945]. SEG 12 (1972) 133–44.
814Dinwiddy, JR, ‘The patriotic linen-draper’: Robert Waithman and the revival of radicalism in the City of London 1795–1818. IHR 46 (1973) 72–94.
815Dwyer, DJ, Urbanization as a factor in the political development of S.E. Asia. JOrS 10 (1972) 28–32.
816Fieldhouse, RT, Parliamentary representation in the borough of Richmond. YAJ 44 (1972) 207–16.
817Furedi, F, The African crowd in Nairobi: popular movements and elite politics. JAfH 14 (1973) 275–90.
818Goldschmidt, E, Labor and populism: New York City 1891–6. LH 13 (1972) 520–32.
819Hutton, PH, The impact of the Boulangist crisis upon the Guesdist party at Bordeaux. FHS 7 (1971) 226–44.
820Scheel, H, Unbekannte Zeugnisse aus der revolutionären Tätigkeit Georg Forsters in und urn Mainz 1792/3. ZG 21 (1973) 49–69.
821Seddon, PR, A parliamentary election at East Retford 1624. ThS 76 (1972) 26–34.
822Todd, N, Labour women: the Bexley branch of the British Labour Party 1945–50. JCH 8 (1973) 159–73.
823Barvah, DK, Edward Carpenter and the early Sheffield socialists. HuAS 10 (1971) 54–62.
824Bayly, CA, Patrons and politics in northern India. MAsS 7 (1973) 349–88.
825Dorsett, LW, The city boss and the reformer: a reappraisal. PNW 63 (1972) 150–4.
826Edsall, NC, Varieties of Radicalism: Attwood, Cobden and the local politics of municipal incorporation. HJ 16 93–108.
827Fraser, D, The fruits of reform: Leeds politics in the 1830s. NH 7 (1972) 89–111.
828Fraser, D, The politics of Leeds water. TSP Miscellany 15 (1971) 50–70.
829Fraser, D, Poor law politics in Leeds 1833–55. TSP Miscellany 15 (1971) 23–49.
830Howarth, J, Politics and society in late Victorian Northamptonshire. NPP 4 (1966–1971) 269–74.
831Laverty, JR, Greater Brisbane: a response to problems of metropolitan government [Brisbane since 19th cent.]. AJPH 18 (1972) 34–51.
832Mitchell, JP, Boss Speer and the City Functional: boosters and businessmen versus Commission government in Denver. PNW 63 (1972) 155–64.
833Parry, C, Gwynedd politics 1900–20: the rise of a labour party. WHR 6 (1973) 313–28.
834Richter, D, The role of mob riot in Victorian elections 1865–1885. VS 15 (1971) 19–28.
835Salt, J, Experiments in anarchism 1850–54 [Sheffield]. HuAS 10 (1971) 37–53.
836Spodek, H, Urban politics in the local kingdoms of India: a view from the princely capitals of Saurashtra under British rule. MAsS 7 (1973) 253–76.
837Tucker, DM, Black politics in Memphis 1865–75. West Tennessee History Society Papers (1972) 13–19.
838Wiederhoft, H, Der Arbeiter und Soldatenrat in Hamburg und das sowjetische Konsulat im November 1918. ZG 21 (1973) 426–40.
839Young, K, The politics of London government 1880–89. PA 51 (1973) 91–108.
840Eedle, M de G, Street cleansing and refuse collection from the 16th to the 19th centuries [special reference to Surrey]. SurAC 68 (1971) 161–82.
841Fraser, CM & Emsley, K, Some early recorders of Newcastle upon Tyne. AA 49 (1971) 139–52.
842Masters, BR, The city surveyor, the city engineer and the city architect and planning officer. GUM 4 (1973) 237–52.
843Cherry, S, The role of a provincial hospital: the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital 1771–1880. PS 26 (1972) 291–306.
844Flusche, DM, The Cabildo and public health in 17th century Santiago, Chile. Amer 29 (1972) 173–90.
845Hastings, RP, A 19th century dispensary at work [Stockton]. LoH 10 (1973) 221–6.
846Kerling, NJM, The founding of St Bartholemew's Hospital in West Smithfield, London. GUM 4 (1972) 137–48.
847Meeker, E, The improving health of the United States 1850–1915. EEH 9 (1972) 353–74.
848Rogers, FW, Gateshead and the Public Health Act of 1848. AA 49 (1971) 153–86.
849Shaw, AB, William Fellowes – ‘man of Shotesham’: founder of the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital in 1771. NoA 35 (1971) 183–92.
850Dodd, AH, Keeping school in Victorian Wrexham. DHSTr 21 (1972) 11–27.
851Garlic, SL, The British School, Hollis Lane, Chesterfield. DM 6 (1971) 47–52.
852Gordon, P, The school manager and local history. LoH 10 (1973) 277–81.
853Percival, AC, Gloucẹstershire grammar schools. BGAS 89 (1970) 99–108.
854Pritchard, TW, The old endowed grammar school, Ruabon 1618–1896. DHSTr 20 (1971) 102–41.
855Robson, ER, School architecture. Introduced by Seaborne, Malcolm. Leicester: Leicester UP 1972. pp 37 + xxiv + 440, il. [Reprint of 1874 edn]. [Rev UHN 19]
856Rogers, CD, Education in Lancashire and Cheshire. HSLC 122 (1971) 39–56.
857Spence, BV, School Board records in County Durham 1870–1904. Arc 10 (1971) 20–7.
858Sutherland, G, The local history of education: a review of some recent work. LoH 10 (1972) 124–5.
859Warwick, M, W. E. Forster's work in Burley in Wharfedale (1850–1886). YAJ 43 (1971) 166–73.
860Pike, AR, The metropolitan police. LSJ 394 (1972) 2–14.
861Tobias, JJ, Police and public in the United Kingdom. JCH 7 (1972) 201–20.
862Watts, EJ, The police in Atlanta 1890–1905. JSH 39 (1973) 165–82.
863Chatterton, DA, State control of public utilities in the 19th century: the London gas industry. BuH 14 (1972) 166–78.
864Stephenson, RA, Impact of urban growth on water resources in South-Eastern US. SEG 12 (1972) 155–61.
865Cain, LP, Raising and watering a city: Ellis Chester Chesborough and Chicago's first sanitation system. TC 13 (1972) 353–72.
866Fawcett, T, The Norwich pleasure gardens. NoA 25 (1973) 382–99.
867Myson, W, Wimbledon and Putney commons 1871–1971: a centenary record. Conservators of Wimbledon and Putney Commons 1971. pp viii + 45, il.
868Gardner-Medwin, R, The Mumford-Osborn letters: a review article. TPR 44 (1973) 49–53.
869Chadwick, G, A systems view of planning: towards a theory of the urban and regional planning process. Oxford: Pergamon 1972. pp xiii + 390. [Rev UHN 18].
870Burke, GL, Towns in the making. Edward Arnold 1971. pp 193, il. [Rev UHN 16].
871Cullingworth, JB, Town and country planning in Britain. Allen and Unwin 1972. pp 326.
872Morris, AEJ, History of urban form: prehistory to the Renaissance. George Godwin 1972. pp x + 268, il.
873Violich, F, An urban development policy for Dalmatia. Part I The urban heritage to the time of Napoleon. TPR 43 (1972) 151–65.
874Biddle, M, Late Saxon planned towns. AeJ 51 (1971) 70–85.
875Castagnoli, F, Orthogonal town planning in antiquity. Translated from Italian by Caliandro, Victor. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press 1971. pp  138.
876The conservation of Georgian Edinburgh. Proceedings of conference organised by Scottish Civic Trust. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP 1972. pp xv + 130, il.
877 Covent Garden: Rippon reverses plan AJo 24 01 1973, 180–4.
878 Newark saved. AJo 20 09 1972, 622–5.
879 What became of St Katherine? [St Katharine's Dock]. AJo 6 09 1972, 510–13.
880Aldous, T, How an old town gave birth to a new one. T23 09 1972, p 14.
881Coard, P, Vanishing Bath: buildings threatened and destroyed. Bath: Kingsmead 1973. pp xx + 316, il.
882Funigiello, PJ, City planning in World War II: the experiences of the National Resources Planning Board. SSQ 53 (1972) 91–104.
883Goodman, R, After the planners. Harmondsworth: Penguin 1972. pp 270, il.
884Hemdahl, RG, Cologne and Stockholm: urban planning and land use controls. Metuchen NJ: Scarecrow Press 1971. pp 334.
885Mason, J, Owen Wister [1860–1938]: champion of Old Charleston. QJLC (1972) 162–85.
886Merino, JA, Cooperative schemes for Greater Boston: 1890–1920 [development of town planning]. NEQ 45 (1972) 196–226.
887Padley, FC, A village in the town: Reading's first conservation area. Reading: WEA Reading Branch 1973. pp  27, il.
888Scott, M, American city planning since 1890: a history commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the American Institute of Planners. Berkeley: University of California Press 1971. pp xxviii + 745, il.
889Taylor, N, The village in the city. Temple Smith 1973. pp 239, il. [Rev above].
890Violich, F, An urban development policy for Dalmatia. Part 2: Urban Dalmatia in the 19th century and prospects for the future. TPR 43 (1972) 243–54.
891Wood, JD, Regulating the settlers and establishing industry: planning intentions for a 19th century Scottish estate village. ScS 15 (1971) 39–52.
892Daniel, PL, Those remarkable Mayhew brothers. ELP 14 (1972) 109–17.
893Davidson, RV, Victor Considérant and the failure of La Réunion. SWHQ 76 (1973) 277–96.
894Ashley, TJ, Planning a new city: Irvine, California. TCP 40 (1972) 114–19.
895Berkman, HG, The new town and urban change form [history of the US experience with new towns]. LE 48 (1972) 93–103.
896Evans, H, Britain's new towns: facts and figures. TCP 40 (1972) 36–69.
897Evans, H, New towns: the British experience. C Knight for the Town and Country Planning Association 1972. pp x + 196 , il.
898Hertzen, H von & Speiregen, PD, Building a new town [Tapiola, Finland]. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press 1971. pp 233, il.
899O'connor, AM, Expanding cities in a rural continent [Africa]. GM 44 (1971) 198–202.
900Schaffer, F, The new town story. 2nd edn.Paladin 1972. pp 368, il. [Rev UHN 16].
901Burke, P, Patrician culture: Venice and Amsterdam in the 17th century. RHS 23 (1973) 135–52.
902Fawcett, T, Popular science in 18th century Norwich. HT 22 (1972) 590–6.
903Hatley, VA, Literacy at Northampton 1761–1900. NPP 4 (1966–1971) 379–81
904Sanderson, M, Literacy and social mobility in the Industrial Revolution in England. PaP 56 (1972) 75–104.
905Handlist of books in the Guildhall Library on the London theatre. GM 4 (1972) 121–35.
906Caunt, G, The penny gaffs of Ėast London [theatrical history]. ELP 14 (1972) 101–5.
907East, J, The Lyric Opera House, Hammersmith. LA 1 (1972) 322–3.
908Dixon, D, Local newspapers and periodicals of the nineteenth century: a checklist of holdings in provincial libraries. Leicester: University of Leicester Victorian Studies Centre 1973. 2 pts pp 1–30, 31–61. (Victorian Studies Handlist 6).
909Goodwyn, EA, Selections from Norwich newspapers 1760–1790. Ipswich, EAM Ltd, 1972. pp 144 , il.
910Hart, A, A catalogue of periodicals printed in Bristol 1820–1840. Leicester: University of Leicester Victorian Studies Centre 1973. pp 26. (Victorian Studies Handlist 4). [Rev UHN 19].
911Lee, AJ, The management of a Victorian local newspaper: the Manchester City News in 1864–1900. BuH 15 (1973) 131–48.
912Murphy, MJ, Newspapers and opinion in Cambridge 1780–1850. Transactions of Cambridge Bibliographical Society 6 (1972) 35–51.
913Walker, RB, Advertising in London newspapers 1650–1750. BuH 15 (1973) 112–30.
914Collison, R, The story of street literature: forerunner of the popular press. Dent 1973. pp x + 182, il. [Rev UHN 19].
915Joynes, SE, The Sheffield library 1771–1907. LiH 2 (1971) 91–116.
916Knott, J, Circulating libraries in Newcastle in the 18th and 19th centuries. LiH 2 (1972) 227–49.
917Roberts, A, The chained library Grantham. LiH 2 (1971) 75–90.
918Tooley, JB, London scientific libraries in the 19th century: I The springs of action. LiH 2 (1971) 139–51.
919Holmes, G, The emergence of an urban ideology at Florence, c. 1250–1450. RHS 23 (1973) 111–34.
920Dorsett, LW & Shaffer, AH, Was the antebellum South anti-urban? a suggestion. JSH (1972) 93–100.
921Olsen, DJ, The changing image of London in the Builder. VPN 19 (1973) 4–8.
922Price, RD, Ideology and motivation in the Paris Commune of 1871. HJ 15 (1972) 75–86.
923Yearley, CK, The ‘Provincial Party’ and the megalopolises: London Paris and New York 1850–1910. CSSH 15 (1973) 51–88.