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01. The Art and Architecture of Owen Browne Carter (1806-1859)
Robin Freeman's study of the life and career of 19th-century Winchester architect Owen Browne Carter. Carter designed the Winchester Corn Exchange in Jewry Street, was involved in the restoration of the Great Hall, Winchester, and gained national recognition as a topographical artist.

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02. Hampshire and Australia 1783-1791: Crime and Transportation
Margaret Spence's exploration of crime and punishment in Hampshire in the late 18th century, examining the transportation of Hampshire convicts to Australia in the disastrous Second Fleet in 1790, when one third of the convicts on board died.

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03. Printers, Booksellers and Libraries in Hampshire, 1750-1800
John Oldfield's study of printing and books in late 18th-century Hampshire, tracing the spread of the printing and bookselling trades and the growth of circulating libraries.

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04. History of Cricket in Hampshire, 1760-1914
John Simons' study of cricket in Hampshire between 1760 and 1914, from the early days of the Hambledon club, through the growth of the village and school game, to the emergence of the Hampshire County Club as a first class team.

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05. Henry of Blois, Bishop of Winchester: A Patron of the Twelfth-Century Renaissance
Nicholas Riall's study of the life of Henry of Blois, bishop of Winchester from 1129 to 1171, brother of King Stephen, politician, and patron of art and architecture.

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06. Jane Austen and Hampshire
Audrey Hawkridge's study on the life of the novelist Jane Austen, focusing on her Hampshire connections: her early years at Steventon, her time at Southampton, and her final years at Chawton.

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07. Flora Twort: A Petersfield Artist
Alice Munro-Faure's study of the life and work of Flora Twort, artist, who lived in Petersfield, Hampshire from c1917 to her death in 1985 and knew both Neville Shute and Stanley Spencer.

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08. Handel and the Harris Circle
Rosemary Dunhill's study of the composer George Frederic Handel based on letters written to James Harris (1709-80) by relatives and close friends.


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09. Association Football in Hampshire until 1914
Norman Gannaway's history of association football in Hampshire, from early references in the 16th century, until the outbreak of the First World War, including the development of club football and the Hampshire Football Association.

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10. The Georgian Playhouses of Hampshire 1730-1830
Paul Ranger's history of theatres in Hampshire in the 18th and early 19th centuries, and of the theatre managers and companies who worked them.

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