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Borthwick Paper 128 - Respectability and Popular Movements in Early Victorian York, by Charles Walter Masters - is now available to purchase.

Wednesday 16 May 2018

The latest Borthwick paper examines the social attitudes of the population of York in the early Victorian period, and challenges the assumption that the peaceful nature of the city suggested social harmony between the classes.

New version of the Borthwick Catalogue released

Thursday 3 May 2018

A new version of our catalogue is now available. Additional functionality includes searching by date range and a clipboard feature

New Borthwick Paper published

Tuesday 17 April 2018

This new publication describes the life of Josiah Collier, an advocate and promoter of the Grindletonian theology which established itself in the early seventeenth-century.

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