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River Severn

Author : Jan Dobrzynski
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River Severn: From Source to Sea follows the entire course of the river through Wales and England. It describes the unique and varied countryside in words and high-quality photographs, and includes historic and topographical information and descriptions of footpaths, villages, towns and cities along the way.

Observations on the Navigation of the River Severn and the proposed South Wales Railway

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Geography Matters

Author : Nicola Arber
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Geography Matters is a popular course that follows the QCA Scheme of Work and offers support for the Key Stage 3 Strategy.The Foundation Pupil Book covers exactly the same topics as the Core Pupil Book but with simplified text and activities to aid pupils' understanding and improve their performance.

AS Level Geography

Author : Ann Bowen
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This work aims to combine comprehensive coverage of the full range of topics with a flexible approach to learning. It covers basic geographical skills and offers help with revision and exam techniques.

Reports from Commissioners

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The Law Reports of the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting

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The Law Reports Queen s Bench Division

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Law Reports of the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting

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War Politics and Finance in Late Medieval English Towns

Author : Christian Drummond Liddy
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The strengthening of ties between crown and locality in the fourteenth century is epitomised by the relationships between York and Bristol (then amongst the largest and wealthiest urban communities in England) and the crown. This book combines a detailed study of the individuals who ruled Bristol and York at the time with a close analysis of the texts which illustrate the relationship between the two cities and the king, thus offering a new perspective on relations between town and crown in late medieval England.Beginning with an analysis of the various demands, financial, political and commercial, made upon the towns by the Hundred Years War, the author argues that such pressures facilitated the development of a partnership in government between the crown and the two towns, meaning that the elite inhabitants became increasingly important in national affairs. The book goes on to explore in detail the nature of urban aspirations within the kingdom, arguing that the royal charters granting the towns their coveted county status were crucial in binding their ruling elites into the apparatus of royal government, and giving them a powerful voice in national politics.

The Law Times Reports

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