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30. The Duke of Wellington in Hampshire 1817-1852
R. E. Foster's study of the first Duke of Wellington's connections with Hampshire between 1817 and 1852.

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29. Monks, Minstrels and Players: Drama in Hampshire before 1642
Jane Cowling and Peter Greenfield's history of drama performed by monks, minstrels and players in Hampshire in the medieval and early modern period.

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28. Seditious Words and Loyal Oaths: Hampshire and the Jacobite Threat
Jonathan Oates's study of Jacobite activity in Hampshire in the late 17th and 18th centuries, revealing examples of rumour and sedition and showing how the county's authorities responded to the threat.

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27. W. H. Hudson in Hampshire
Brian Tippett's study of the life of naturalist and writer W H Hudson (1841-1922), focusing in particular on his Hampshire writings, including Hampshire Days, and his connections with the county.

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26. Palmerston, South Hampshire and Electoral Politics, 1832-1835
David Brown's account of the role played by Henry John Temple, third Viscount Palmerston (1764-1865) in Hampshire politics, particularly focusing on the years 1832-35.

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25. Wilfred Buckley of Moundsmere and the Clean Milk Campaign
25. Wilfred Buckley of Moundsmere and the Clean Milk Campaign
by Philip Sheail (2003)

Life of Wilfred Buckley (1873-1933), a business man who came to live at Preston Candover, Hampshire, in 1906 and took a leading role in the campaign for clean milk.

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24. The Medieval Bishops of Winchester: Estate, Archive and Administration
Mark Page's study of the medieval bishops of Winchester, their vast landed estates, and their tenants.

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23. Stand-Off in the Solent: The American Civil War comes to Hampshire
Michael Hughes's account of events that took place in the Solent, off Southampton and the Isle of Wight, 1861-1862, between the American Confederate and Union navies.

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22. The Empress Eugenie and Farnborough
William Smith's study of the life of Empress Eugenie, widow of Emperor Napoleon III, focusing on her years in Farnborough between 1880 and her death in 1920.

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21. Catholicism and the Gothic Revival: John Milner and St Peter's Chapel, Winchester
Bridget Patten's study of the life and career of Catholic priest, John Milner (1752-1826), and the building of the Catholic chapel of St Peter's, Winchester, in the Gothic style.

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