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xviii ANNUAL REPORT The following students proceeded to the degree of in the course of the session the theses which they presented are added in each case after their name -Miss Batcheler The South Sea Company and the Assiento Miss Buckley Joseph Parkes and his Part in the Reform Movement Miss Field The Development of Government in Newfoundland 1638-1713" Miss Herrington "British Measures for the Suppression of the Slave Trade upon the West Coast of Africa 1807-1833 Miss Howard The English Activities on the North Coast of Australia during the first half of the Nineteenth Century Mr Palmer The History of St Helena and the Route to the East Indies 1600-1685 The following Researches were being conducted in the Department Professor Hearnshaw The History of Political Ideas Seminar on Feudalism Seminar on the History Institutions and Ideas of the Reform Era 1822-1848 Professor Newton The Financial Administration of the Tudors Calendar of the Cranfield MSS for the Historical Manuscripts Com- mission Seminar on Colonial History Mr Laistner Critical Edition of the Philoxenus Glossary for the Ducange Committee Dr Norman Sykes Life of Bishop Edmund Gibson 1669-1748 Miss Levett St Alban's Abbey Estates Private Baronial Councils Miss Η Chew English Ecclesiastical Baronies and Knight Service Jewish Aid 1221 Dr Hubert Hall with Mr Niohol Edwardian Statutes Merchant and Staple Mr Hilary Jenkinson Later Court Hands Miss Hudson The Political and Ecclesiastical Activities of Bishop Williams Dr Edwyn Bevan Ptolemaic Egypt Miss Utley Economic Conditions of the Members of Collegia from Constantine to Theodosius II Professor Seton-Watson The History of the Jugo-Slav Movement including Study of the Origins of the Great War During the session the collection of lantern slides was increased and new materials were added for the study of Historical Geography The appointment of Mr Wickham Steed and of Mr Ifor Evans as Lecturers in Central European History with special reference to Roumania and the Near East both strengthened the Department in an important field of its work Professor Hearnshaw acted during the session as Chairman of the Education Committee of the Victoria League and as External Examiner in History to Goldsmiths' College Professor Newton acted as Secretary of the Imperial Studies Com- mittee of the Royal Colonial Institute and as Organiser of the Con- ference of Educational Bodies on Imperial Studies at the Empire Exhibition
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