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Rhiannon Markless (C18thGirl)
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Lawyer and historian
Lawyer and historian

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Susanna Hoe and Derek Roebuck (2018) Women in Disputes: A History of European Women in Mediation and Arbitration, Oxford: HOLO Books.
In 2017 I
was fortunate to meet and work with wife and husband team Susanna Hoe and Derek
Roebuck. Susanna is an established writer in the field of women’s history and Derek
is a practitioner and writer in the field of mediation and arbitration. In 1999
the...
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Alison Eatwell (2017) Crime, Clemency and Consequence in Britain 1821-1839: A Slice of Criminal Life, Barnsley, W. Yorkshire: Pen & Sword History.
    Alison Eatwell has
an easy narrative style which she uses to good effect in this study of early
nineteenth-century petitions for clemency, which were laid before the Home Secretary in the hope
that a convict might gain a revocation or reduction of his o...
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Book Review: Same Sex Love
Gill Rossini (2017) Same Sex Love: A History and Research
Guide , Barnsley: Pen and Sword History It is 50 since the Sexual Offences Act 1967 decriminalised
homosexual acts between two men over the age of 21 years, in private, in
England and Wales. Gill Ros...
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I have been quiet for a year, now I'm back
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Christmas Gifts and Stocking Filler Ideas
Christmas Gifts and Stocking Filler Ideas
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Book Review: Kate Summerscale, The Wicked Boy (2016) Bloomsury
Kate Summerscale tells the true-crime story of child murderer Robert Coombes. No author of historical crime-fiction could come up with a more credible storyline of sin and redemption. This morality tale benefits from meticulous research into the crime and ...
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Art Work
Art Work
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Snail Water - and why.
Dorothea Repp's 1703 recipe would delight
any horrid little schoolboy. Snayle
Water  Take a peck of Garden Snayles in the Shell,
wash them well in Beer and take away their froth, put them in a sieve that the
Beer may run away from them, heat your Oven hot e...
Snail Water - and why.
Snail Water - and why.
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Been busy putting the skills learnt on a furniture making course into practice. http://remarkablefurniture.blogspot.co.uk/2016/04/tables-and-dining.html
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