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Cornish Studies Volume 8


The eighth volume in the acclaimed paperback series . . . the only county series that can legitimately claim to represent the past and present of a nation.





Paperback    £25.00
9780859896825 | Published: 2000
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Cornish Studies Volume 9


The ninth volume in the acclaimed paperback series . . . the only county series that can legitimately claim to represent the past and present of a nation.





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9780859897020 | Published: 2001
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Cornwall in the Age of Rebellion, 1490-1660

This book brings together a number of specialist scholarly articles published previously in the series Cornish Studies, and presents them in revised form as a history of Cornwall in the early modern period, focussing especially on issues of language, identity and rebellion in the decades between 1490 and 1690.




Hardback    £60.00
9781905816200 | Published: 2020
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Cornwall: A History

A new edition of Philip Payton’s modern classic Cornwall: A History, published now by University of Exeter Press, telling the story of Cornwall from earliest times to the present day. This edition incorporates the latest research and brings the story of Cornwall right up to date, examining the events and debates of the early twenty-first century.




Paperback    £20.00
9780859890274 | Published: 2017
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Hardback    £75.00
9780859890212 | Published: 2017
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9780859892322 | Published: 2017
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9780859892278 | Published: 2017
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English Church Dedications


Forgotten after the Reformation, churches were revived on the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries with many guesses and mistakes, resulting in numerous alterations. Part One surveys their history in England from Roman ties to the present day. Part Two is a list of all 800 ancient parish churches and religious houses in Cornwall and Devon.





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9780859895163 | Published: 1996
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Exeter's University

Tracing the development of the University of Exeter over the six decades
since it was granted its royal charter in 1955, this book tells the history
of the institution and its community. Includes interviews with leading university figures, contributions from former students, and a postscript looking to the future.




Paperback    £20.00
9780859894432 | Published: 2018
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Hardback    £70.00
9781905816064 | Published: 2018
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9781905816088 | Published: 2019
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9781905816071 | Published: 2019
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Faction And Faith


In this book, Anne Duffin draws upon new source material, combining national documents and local family collections with an analysis of churchwardens' accounts, borough records and over 350 wills. She challenges the view that Cornwall was naturally royalist and presents a picture of a politically-aware and religiously-splintered society.





Hardback    £75.00
9780859894357 | Published: 1996
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From Deliverance To Destruction


This is a study of the city of Exeter during the Great Civil War of 1642-46; it offers a lively, immediate account of how one English city slid, inexorably, into the chaos of civil war. The main text is accompanied by a generous collection of transcripts from original seventeenth-century documents.





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9780859894784 | Published: 1996
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Gentry Leaders In Peace And War


The strength of the government of Devon in the early seventeenth century lay in the quality of its leaders. They ruled together in harmony, free from rivalries, the influence of any powerful resident nobles and saved from religious conflicts. This book emphasizes this strength through a series of biographical studies.





Hardback    £75.00
9780859895132 | Published: 1997
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John Betjeman and Cornwall


Quintessentially English, Betjeman was an 'outsider' in England - and doubly so in Cornwall where he was a ‘foreigner’. And yet, as this book describes, Betjeman also strove to acquire a veneer of ‘Cornishness', cultivating an alternative Celtic identity, and finding inspiration in Cornwall's Anglo-Catholic tradition.





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9780859898485 | Published: 2010
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Hardback    £75.00
9780859898478 | Published: 2010
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9780859899239 | Published: 2015
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