Contents of Volumes 81 - 89 (1999 - 2013)

(Title from Vol. 55 onwards:
Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester)

Volumes 81 | 82 | 83 | 84 | 85 | 86 | 87 | 88 | 89

August 2015 update:

The articles listed here are available online from Manchester University Press via the Ingenta  Connect service.

The links on this page are to the articles on the Ingenta site, but note that downloading them in PDF format, unless you belong to a subscribing institution, costs an off-putting £22 (or $35) per article - $40.90 for recent issues, irrespective of length. (Volume 89, issue 1 is  available free of charge).  I believe that the paper copies of each complete issue are, in most cases, still available in the shop at the John Rylands Library at reasonable prices.- C.H.

Volume 81 1999

81:1 3-24 Pfaff, Richard W: The Anglo-Saxon bishop and his book. (1999)

81:1 25-48 Thornton, Tim: Opposition drama and the resolution of disputes in early Tudor England: Cardinal Wolsey and the Abbot of Chester. (1999)

81:1 49-62 James, Susan E: A new source for Shakespeare’s ‘The Taming of the Shrew’. (1999)

81:1 63-72 Jump, Harriet Devine: ‘My dearest Geraldine’: Maria Jane Jewsbury’s letters. (1999)

81:1 73-84 Blamires, David: Cultural cross-currents in Gustav Nieritz’s Der Quäker’ (1849). (1999)

81:1 85-109 Lees, Colin & Robertson, Alex: Manchester University and the city: aspects of policy-making in higher education, 1900-1930. (1999)

81:1 113-126 Harryman, Kathleen: ‘By my travels’: the doctor’s speeches in some north-western pace-egging plays. (1999)

81:1 127-140 Warner, Kathryn: The provenance and early ownership of John Rylands MS English 1. (1999)

81:1 141-154 van Gelder, Lisa: ‘Allthynge hath ende’: the linking significance of doomsday within the York, Townley, N-Town and Chester mystery cycles. (1999)

81:1 155-165 Clifford, Robert: ‘A man of gret auctorite’: the search for truth in textual authority in Geoffrey Chaucer’s ‘The House of Fame’. (1999)

81:2 3-50 Elliott, J K: The Biblical manuscripts of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester. (1999)

81:2 51-165 Shiel, J B: The Papers of T.W Manson. (1999)

81:3 3-6 Adams, David J & Armstrong, Adrian: Introduction: Text and image: Studies in the French illustrated book from the Middle Ages to the present day. (1999)

81:3 7-54 Walters, Lori J: Female figures in the illustrated manuscripts of ‘Le conte du Graal and its ‘Continuations’: ladies, saints, spectators, mediators. (1999)

81:3 55-96 Stones, Alison: The Grail in Rylands MS French 1 and its sister manuscripts. (1999)

81:3 97-126 Meuwese, Martine: Three illustrated ‘Prose Lancelots’ from the same atelier. (1999)

81:3 127-152 Ainsworth, Peter: A Parisian in New York: Pierpont Morgan Library MS M.804 revisited. (1999)

81:3 153-176 Taylor, Jane H M: ‘Le Chevalier des dames du dolent fortuné’: images and text, manuscript and print. (1999)

81:3 177-204 Winn, Mary Beth: Printing and reading the Book of Hours: lessons from the borders. (1999)

81:3 205-240 Brown, Cynthia J: Textual and iconographical ambivalence in the late medieval representation of women. (1999)

81:3 241-268 Armstrong, Adrian: ‘Regardez bien tout au long les histoyres’: illustration and self-conscious writing in Jean Bouchet’s ‘Jugement poetic de l’honneur femenin’. (1999)

81:3 269-298 Saunders, Alison: Visual versus verbal: changing uses of imagery in sixteenth-century French verse. (1999)

81:3 299-320 Phillips, Henry: Sacred text and sacred image: France in the seventeenth-century. (1999)

81:3 321-360 Cronk, Nicholas & Mander, Jenny: Delilah’s progress: the illustration of ‘Manon Lescant’ in 1753 and 1928. (1999)

81:3 361-384 Adams, David J: Theme and technique in the ‘Oudry’ edition of La Fontaine’s ‘fables’. (1999)

81:3 385-416 Brown, Penny: Images of instructions and delight: illustrations in nineteenth-century French children’s literature. (1999)

81:3 417-437 Zimmerman, Kristin: Text and image in Robbe-Grillet’s ‘La Belle Captive’. (1999)

Volume 82 2000

82:1 3-28 Howe, Nicholas: An angle on this earth: sense of place in Anglo-Saxon England. (2000)

82:1 29-48 Boldrick, Stacy: An encounter between death and an abbess: the mortuary roll of Elisabeth ’sConincs, Abbess of Forest (Manchester, John Rylands Library, Latin MS 114). (2000)

82:1 49-80 Danter, Catherine: The eighteenth century rebuilding of Lyme Park, Cheshire, and the Leoni Collection at the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, Deansgate . (2000)

82:1 81-100 Lloyd, Gareth: Charles Wesley and his Biographers: an exercise in Methodist hagiography. (2000)

82:1 101-114 Chun, Dongho: collecting pieces of oneself: Sir John Leicester’s scrapbooks in the John Rylands University Library of Manchester. (2000)

82:1 115-134 Larsen, Timothy: Joseph Barker and popular biblical criticism in the nineteenth century. (2000)

82:1 135-192 Spates, James L: John Ruskin’s dark star: new lights on his life based on the unpublished biographical materials and research of Helen Gill Viljoen. (2000)

82:1 193-216 Rogerson, Ian: Alfred Nutt: a fine Victorian publisher. (2000)

82:1 217-224 Scragg, Brenda J: Mrs Rylands and the Spencer Library. (2000)

82:1 225-250 Lees, Colin & Robertson, Alex: Characteristics of professional life in the first of the civic universities, 1851-1918. (2000)

82:2-3 3-80 McNiven, Peter: The John Rylands Library, 1972-2000. (2000)

82:2-3 81-84 Dr Frank Taylor, 1910-2000: two obituaries. (2000)

82:2-3 85-254 McNiven, Peter: An illustrated catalogue of 'A Scholars' Paradise: a Centenary Exhibition of Notable Books and Manuscripts', 30 May to 3 November 2000 at the John Rylands Library. (2000)

Volume 83 2001

83:1 3-20 Falcetta, Alessandro: A testimony collection in Manchester: Papyrus Rylands Greek 460. (2001)

83:1 21-40 Wright, N T: A fresh perspective on Paul?. (2001)

83:1 41-88 Gretsch, Mechthild: Winchester vocabulary and standard Old English: the vernacular in late Anglo-Saxon England. (2001)

83:1 89-102 Melia, Richard: 'Non-controversial Lollardy'?: the Lollard attribution of the 'Diuers treateses of Joh Wiclife in English' (John Rylands Library, English MS 85). (2001)

83:1 103-120 Adams, David: Jean-babtiste de Secondat's mariginalia in Boulainvilliers's 'Etat de la France'. (2001)

83:1 121-168 Nockles, Peter B: A disputed legacy: Anglican historiographies of the Reformation from the era of Caroline divines to that of the Oxford Movement. (2001)

83:1 169-182 Hale, William: Robert Shackleton and the Shackleton collection. (2001)

83:2 3-4 Walter de la Mare - List of Illustrations. (2001)

83:2 5-8 Rogerson, Ian: Walter de la Mare - Preface. (2001)

83:2 9-12 de la Mare, Giles: Walter de la Mare - Introduction:. (2001)

83:2 13-44 Rogerson, Ian: Deceptive Cadences: the Art of Walter de la Mare: Catalogue of an Exhibition Held at the John Rylands Library, Manchester   (2001)

83:2 45-108 Rogerson, Ian: A contribution to a checklist on Walter de la Mare. (2001)

83:2 109-131 Rogerson, Ian: Walter de la Mare and the art of the anthology. (2001)

83:2 133-149 Rogerson, Ian: Walter de la Mare and his illustrators. (2001)

83:3 4-7 Clarke, Peter D: Preface: Owens's Historical Essays in honour of Professor Jeffrey H Denton. (2001)

83:3 9-26 Dobson, Barrie: Jeffrey Howard Denton: a personal appreciation. (2001)

83:3 27-50 Taylor, Beryl R: Continuity and change: Anglo-Saxon and Norman methods of tithe-payment before and after the Conquest. (2001)

83:3 51-70 Cook, B J: Crimes against the currency in twelfth and thirteenth century England. (2001)

83:3 71-94 Wei, Ian P: Intellectuals and money: Parisian disputations about annuities in the thirteenth century. (2001)

83:3 95-114 Saunders, P C: Royal ecclesiastical patronage from Winchelsey to Stratford. (2001)

83:3 115-128 Clarke, Peter D: Two constitutions of Boniface VIII: an insight into the sources of the Liber Sextus. (2001)

83:3 129-146 Gemmill, Elizabeth: The king's companions: the evidence of royal charter witness lists from the reign of Edward I. (2001)

83:3 147-166 Bateson, Mark: The struggle over Canterbury sede vacante jurisdiction in the late thirteenth century . (2001)

83:3 167-245 Scales, Len E: Monarchy and German identity in the later Middle Ages. (2001)

83:3 201-220 Daw, Benjamin M: English knighthood in decline: the last years of the Hundred Years War, 1435-53. (2001)

83:3 221-245 Smith, Bill: Theory and practice in royal finance: England 1449-50. (2001)

Volume 84 2002

84:1-2 1-562 Robertson, Alex B. & Lees, Colin: The University of Manchester, 1918-50: New Approaches and Changing Perspectives (Published 2011). [This is a 562-page monograph, but each chapter has to be purchased separately.]

84:3 5-8 Schmidt, Ricarda: Introduction: Heroes and Villains: a multi-cultural perspective. Proceedings of a symposium in honour of professor David Blamires Department of German Studies, University of Manchester, 11 September 2001. (2002)

84:3 9-24 Weinberg, Carole: The giant of Mont-Saint-Michel: an Arthurian villain. (2002)

84:3 25-48 Flood, John: Neglected heroines? Women poets laureate in the Holy Roman Empire. (2002)

84:3 49-66 Schmidt, Ricarda: Heroes and villains in E.T.A Hoffmann's 'Ritter Gluck'. (2002)

84:3 67-84 Bell, David: Goethe's 'Siebenschlafer' and the heroes of the 'West-ostlicher Divan'. (2002)

84:3 85-104 Purver, Judith: Napoleon: hero or villain? Multiple reflections of a singular life. (2002)

84:3 105-124 Vilain, Robert: Bringing the villains to book: Balzac and Hoffmann as antecedents of the modern detective story. (2002)

84:3 125-140 Skrine, Peter: Heroes or villains? British travellers' impressions of Germany in the early Victorian period. (2002)

84:3 141-160 Brown, Penny: New heroes (and villains) for old? Conflicts in nineteenth-century French children's literature . (2002)

84:3 161-170 Paulin, Roger: Heroes and villains: the case of Arthur Mee's 'Children's Encylopaedia'. (2002)

84:3 171-188 Warnecke, Sylvia: 'Reynard the Fox' for children in the GDR: the story of a tamed villain's adventures?. (2002)

84:3 189-196 David Blamires's 'curriculum vitae' and list of publications (2002)

Volume 85 2003

85:1 3-12 Parker, David C: Greek Gospel manuscripts in Bucharest and Sofia. (2003)

85:1 13-22 Sanchez-Marti, Jordi: The scribe as entrepreneur in Chetham's Library MS 8009 (2003)

85:1 23-36 Hilton, G M: The chronicle of John Strecche and its place in Medieval historical records of England and Kenilworth Priory. (2003)

85:1 37-64 James, Susan E: 'Against them all for to fight': Friar John Pickering and the Pilgrimage of Grace. (2003)

85:1 65-94 Schwarz, Suzanne: 'Apostolick Warefare': the Reverend Melvill Horne and the development of missions in the late nineteenth and early nineteenth centuries. (2003)

85:1 95-114 Baker, Peter S: Toller at school: Joseph Bosworth, T Northcote Toller and the progress of Old English lexicography in nineteenth centuries. (2003)

85:1 115-120 Davies, Catherine: Stephen Cattley Tennant, 1800-48. (2003)

85:1 121-126 Ruiz, Raul: Mrs Rylands' Cuban origins. (2003)

85:1 127-146 Riley, David: The Manchester Science Lectures for the People, c 1866-79. (2003)

85:1 147-167 Hughes, Michael: Methodism, peace and war, 1932-45. (2003)

85:2-3 7-8 Gregory, Jeremy: John Wesley: Tercentenary essays: Preface

85:2-3 9-16 Gregory, Jeremy: John Wesley: Tercentenary essays: Proceedings of a conference held at the University of Manchester, June 2003: Preliminaries. (2003)

85:2-3 17-30 Gregory, Jeremy: John Wesley: Tercentenary essays: Proceedings of a conference held at the University of Manchester, June 2003: Introduction. (2003)

85:2-3 31-56 Hempton, David: Wesley and the Development of Methodism: John Wesley and the rise of Methodism . (2003)

85:2-3 57-72 Jacob, W M: Wesley and the Development of Methodism: John Wesley and the Church of England, 1736-40. (2003)

85:2-3 73-98 Jones, David Ceri: Wesley and the Development of Methodism: ‘The Lord did give me a particular honour to make [me] a peacemaker’: Howel Harris, John Wesley and Methodist infighting, 1739-50. (2003)

85:2-3 99-110 Lenton, John: Wesley and the Development of Methodism: John Wesley and the travelling preachers. (2003)

85:2-3 111-122 Rodell, Jonathan: Wesley and the Development of Methodism: ‘The best house by far in the town’: John Wesley’s personal circuit. (2003)

85:2-3 123-136 Aston, Nigel: Wesley and the Development of Methodism: John Wesley and the social elite of Georgian Britain. (2003)

85:2-3 137-156 Wallace, Charles: Wesley and the Development of Methodism: Eating and drinking with John Wesley: the logic of his practice. (2003)

85:2-3 157-176 Mack, Phyllis: Wesley and the Development of Methodism: Does gender matter? Suffering and salvation in eighteenth century Methodism. (2003)

85:2-3 177-194 Lawrence, Anna: Wesley and the Development of Methodism: ‘I thought I felt a sinful desire’: the question of celibacy for eighteenth-century Methodists.. (2003)

85:2-3 195-208 Lynch, Elizabeth Kurtz: Wesley and Print Culture: John Wesley’s editorial hand in Susanna Annesley Wesley’s 1732 ‘Education’ letter. (2003)

85:2-3 209-226 Rivers, Isabel: Wesley and Print Culture: John Wesley and religious biography. (2003)

85:2-3 227-250 Burton, Vicki Tolar: Wesley and Print Culture: ‘Something for the people to read’: John Wesley’s book inventory (1791). (2003)

85:2-3 251-268 Deconinck-Brossard, Françoise & van Noppen, Jean-Pierre: Wesley and Print Culture: The specificities of John Wesley’s language. (2003)

85:2-3 269-284 Carey, Brycchan: Wesley and Print Culture: John Wesley’s ‘Thoughts upon slavery’ and the language of the heart. (2003)

85:2-3 285-296 McInelly, Brett C: Wesley and Print Culture: Redeeming religion: Wesleyan and Calvinistic Methodism in ‘Humphrey Clinker’. (2003)

85:2-3 297-308 Vogt, Peter: Wesley and Theology: ‘No inherent perfection in this life’: Count Zimzendorf’s theological opposition to John Wesley’s concept of sanctification. (2003)

85:2-3 309-330 Collins, Kenneth J: Wesley and Theology: Rethinking the systematic nature of John Wesley’s theology . (2003)

85:2-3 331-346 Mealey, Mark T: Wesley and Theology: Tilting at windmills: John Wesley’s reading of John Locke’s epistemology. (2003)

85:2-3 347-358 Smith, J Warren: Wesley and Theology: John Wesley’s growth in grace and Gregory of Nyssa’s epectasy: a conversation in dynamic perfection. (2003)

85:2-3 359-372 Noble, Thomas A: Wesley and Theology: East and West in the theology of John Wesley. (2003)

85:2-3 373-387 Webster, Robert: Wesley and Theology: ‘Those distracting terrors of the enemy’: John Wesley’s rhetoric of evil. (2003)

85:2-3 387-404 Wood, Laurence W: Wesley and Theology: John Fletcher’s influence on John Wesley’s theology. (2003)

85:2-3 405-420 Campbell, Ted A: Wesley and Theology: John Wesley and the legacy of the Methodist theology. (2003)

85:2-3 421-431 John Wesley: Tercentenary essays: Proceedings of a confrerence held at the University of Manchester, June 2003: Index (2003)

Volume 86 2004

86(1A) i Baker, Fran: Acknowledgements: Elizabeth Gaskell's 'The Ghost in the Garden Room'. (2004)

86(1A) iii-iv Baker, Fran: Preface: Elizabeth Gaskell's 'The Ghost in the Garden Room'. (2004)

86(1A) v-vi Baker, Fran: Preface: Elizabeth Gaskell's 'The Ghost in the Garden Room'. (2004)

86(1A) vii-cxxiv Baker, Fran: Introduction: Elizabeth Gaskell's 'The Ghost in the Garden Room'. (2004)

86(1B) 1-36 Gaskell, Elizabeth: 'The Ghost in the Garden Room'. (2004)

86(1B) 37-39 Baker, Fran: Explanatory Notes: Elizabeth Gaskell's 'The Ghost in the Garden Room'. (2004)

86(1B) 41-72 Baker, Fran: Editorial Appendix: Elizabeth Gaskell's 'The Ghost in the Garden Room'. (2004)

86(1B) 73-84 Baker, Fran: Introduction: Elizabeth Gaskell's 'The Ghost in the Garden Room'. (2004)

86:2 5-10 Powell, Kathryn & Scragg, Donald: Studies in Anglo-Saxon England edition - Preliminaries. (2004)

86:2 11-38 Bernau, Anke: The translation of purity in the old English 'Lives' of St Eugenia and St Euphrosyne. (2004)

86:2 39-54 Franc, Catherine: The cult of Saint Thecla in Anglo-Saxon England: the problem of Aldhelm's sources. (2004)

86:2 55-68 Powell, Kathryn: Laying down the law: first person narration and moral judgement in the Old English 'Letter of Alexander to Aristotle'. (2004)

86:2 69-86 Kilburn-Small, Jasmine: The figure of the Ethiopian in Old English texts. (2004)

86:2 87-104 Stodnick, Jacqueline: What (and where) is 'Anglo-Saxon Chronicle' about?: spatial history. (2004)

86:2 105-126 Barrar, Kathleen: A spacious, green and hospitable land: paradise in Old English poetry. (2004)

86:2 127-178 Teresi, Loredana: The Old English term 'heoru' reconsidered. (2004)

86:2 179-202 Corrigan, Linda: Tree-name compounds in early place-names of the south Cumbria area. (2004)

86:2 203-221 Lee, Christina: Grave matters: Anglo-Saxon textiles and their cultural significance. (2004)

86:3 5-8 Larsen, Timothy: Introduction: Biblical scholarship in the twentieth century: the Rylands chair of Biblical Criticism and Exegesis at the University of Manchester, 1904-2004. (2004)

86:3 9-22 Rogerson, J W: The Manchester Faculty of Theology 1904: beginnings and background. (2004)

86:3 23-54 Larsen, Timothy: A.S Peake, the Free Churches and modern biblical criticism. (2004)

86:3 55-76 Dunn, James D G: C.H Dodd and New Testament studies. (2004)

86:3 77-98 Hooker, Morna D: T.W Manson and the twentieth-century search for Jesus. (2004)

86:3 99-124 Oakes, Peter: F.F Bruce and the development of evangelical biblical scholarship. (2004)

86:3 125-140 Evans, Craig: Barnabas Lindars and the Semitic context of Scripture. (2004)

86:3 141-174 Cotter, Wendy: Christopher Tucket and the question of Q. (2004)

86:3 175-196 Schuller, Eileen: George G Brooke and the Dead Sea Scrolls. (2004)

Volume 87 2005

87:1 5-6 Pickstone, John V & Butler, Stella V: Introduction: Medical History in Manchester: Health and healing in an industrial city, 1750-2005. Introduction (2005)

87:1 7-12 Pickstone, John V & Butler, Stella V: Introduction: Medical History in Manchester: Health and healing in an industrial city, 1750-2005. Preliminaries (2005)

87:1 13-42 Pickstone, John V: Medicine in Manchester 1831-32. (2005)

87:1 43-56 Kidd, Alan & Wyke, Terry: The cholera epidemic in Manchester 1831-32. (2005)

87:1 57-88 Webb, Katherine: 'The most stupid place under the sun': medical practice and professional aspirations in the industrial town, 1820-60. (2005)

87:1 89-110 Pemberton, Neil & Worboys, Michael: 'The Chief Constable of Clitheroe v M Pasteur': mad dogs and Lancastrians c.1890. (2005)

87:1 111-132 Heggie, Vanessa: Jewish medical charity in Manchester: reforming alien bodies. (2005)

87:1 133-154 Butler, Stella V F: Academic medicine in Manchester: the careers of Geoffrey Jefferson, Harry Platt and John Stopford, 1914-39. (2005)

87:1 155-166 Anderson, Julie: Innovation and locality: hip replacement in Manchester and the North West of England . (2005)

87:1 167-192 Valier, Helen K: The Manchester Royal Infirmary, 1945-97: a microcosm of the National Health Service. (2005)

87:1 193-208 Peters, James & Gow, Elizabeth: The Medical Archive Collections of the John Rylands University Library. (2005)

87:1 209-304 Mohr, Peter & Jackson, Bill: The University of Manchester medical School Museum: collection of old instruments or historical archive?. (2005)

87:2 5-6 Art, city, spectacle: the 1857 Manchester art-treasures exhibition revisited (2005) - Contributors

87:2 7-20 Leahy, Helen Rees: Art, city, spectacle: the 1857 Manchester Art-Treasures exhibition revisited - Introduction. (2005)

87:2 21-36 Waterfield, Giles: A culture of exhibitions: the Manchester Art-Treasures Exhibition in context. (2005)

87:2 37-52 Whitfield, Victoria: 'The illustrious or infamous dead': the Portrait Gallery of the Manchester Art-Treasures Exhibition. (2005)

87:2 53-62 Croal, Melva: 'The spirit, the flesh and the milliner': hanging the Ancient Masters at the Manchester Art-Treasures Exhibition. (2005)

87:2 63-92 Pergam, Elizabeth A: From Manchester to Manhattan: the transatlantic art trade after 1857. (2005)

87:2 93-102 Loukes, Andrew: 'The most esteemed work of deceased artists': historic British art at Old Trafford. (2005)

87:2 103-122 Bronkhurst, Judith: The contemporary British paintings at the Manchester Art-Treasures Exhibition. (2005)

87:2 123-142 Layton-Jones, Katy: Re-presenting Manchester: printed and ephemeral images of the Art-Traesures Exhibition. (2005)

87:2 143-150 Shrigley, Ruth: Re-membering things past: 1857, 1957, 2007… (2005)

Volume 88 2006

88:1 3-40 Paget, J Carleton: Albert Schweitzer’s second edition of ‘The quest of the historical Jesus’. (2006)

88:1 41-76 Choat, Malcolm: The public and private worlds of Theophanes of Hermopolis Magna. (2006)

88:1 77-100 Szarmach, Paul E: Anglo-Saxon texts in search of the beginning. (2006)

88:1 101-122 Treharne, Elaine: The politics of early English. (2006)

88:1 123-151 Gemmill, Elizabeth: The earls and their clergy in the reign of Edward I. (2006)

88:1 153-164 Shelston, Alan & Chapple, John: Unpublished Gaskell correspondence. (2006)

88:1 165-190 Dade-Robertson, Christine: Edward Augustus Freeman and the Foreign office debate. (2006)

88:1 191-206 Çiğdem, Recep: A military coup backed by the scholars: the deposition of Sultan Abdulhamid II. (2006)

88:1 207-215 Bogdanow, Fanni: Anne Frank and the Holocaust. (2006)

88:2 5-10 Contributors & Abbreviations: Introduction: Charles Wesley after 300 years. (2006)

88:2 11-18 Field, Clive D & Webster, Robert J: Introduction: Charles Wesley after 300 years. (2006)

88:2 19-38 Newport, Kenneth G C: Recovering Charles Wesley’s voice: opportunities, obstacles and achievements. (2006)

88:2 39-58 Heitzenrater, Richard P: Charting the early Methodist pilgrimage: the journal letters of Charles Wesley. (2006)

88:2 59-80 Rack, Henry D: Charles Wesley and the supernatural. (2006)

88:2 81-100 Cruickshank, Joanna: Were early Methodists masochists? Suffering, submission and sanctification in the hymns of Charles Wesley. (2006)

88:2 101-120 Westerfield Tucker, Karen B: Polemic against stillness in the ‘Hymns on the Lords Supper’. (2006)

88:2 121-132 Lloyd, Gareth: Charles Wesley manuscripts: a guide to provenance and location. (2006)

88:2 133-178 Maddox, Randy L: Collection of books owned by the Charles Wesley family in the John Rylands University Library. (2006)

88:2 179-214 Field, Clive D: Charles Wesley bibliography, 1985-2009. (2006)

Volume 89 2012/13

89:1 has issue title 'Architecture and Environment: Manchester in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries'. Items from this issue are free to download.

89:1 5-6 Contributors

89:1 7-18 Hebbert, Michael: Introduction [by the guest editor] (2012)

89:1 19-82 Hodgson, John: 'Carven stone and blazoned pane': The Design and Construction of the John Rylands Library (2012)

89:1 83-104 Barter, Marion and Hartwell, Clare: The Architecture and Architects of the Lancashire Independent College, Manchester (2012)

89:1 105-126 Connelly, Angela: 'A pool of Bethesda': Manchester's First Wesleyan Methodist Central Hall (2012)

89:1 127-160 Morris, David: 'Here by experiment': Edgar Wood in Middleton (2012)

89:1 161-178 Jolley, Victoria: An Unsuspected Skyline Rival: Lee House, Great Bridgewater Street, Manchester (1928-31) (2012)

89:1 179-206 Cunliffe, Steve and Wyke, Terry: Memorializing its Hero: Liberal Manchester's Statue of Oliver Cromwell (2012)

89:1 207-246 Hulme, Charles: John Cassidy, Manchester Sculptor and his Patrons: Their Contribution to Manchester Life and Landscape (2012)

89:1 247-276 Perkins, Chris and Dodge, Martin: Mapping the Imagined Future: The Roles of Visual Representation in the 1945 City of Manchester Plan (2012)

89:1 277-291 Crompton, Andrew: Manchester Black and Blue (2012)

89:2 5-13 Blamires, David: Grimms’ Fairy Tales in English: A Forgotten Edition (2013)

89:2 15–32 Burton, Lewis: The Methodist Diaconate: Profiling a Distinctive Order of Ministry (2013)

89:2 33–50 Dutton, David ‘They were the best of friends; they were the worst of friends’: A Tale of Two MPs (2013)

89:2 51–67 Fellows-Jensen, Gillian The Danes and the Danish Language in England: An Anthroponymical Point of View (2013)

89:2 69–105 Field, Clive D. The Allan Library: A Victorian Methodist Odyssey (2013)

89:2 107–130 Haralambakis, Maria:  A Survey of the Gaster Collection at the John Rylands Library, Manchester (2013)

89:2 131-153 Liuzza, R M:The Sense of Time in Anglo-Saxon England (2013)

89:2 155–176 Powell, Martyn J:  Reassessing Townshend’s Irish Viceroyalty, 1767–72: The Caldwell-Shelburne Correspondence in the John Rylands Library, Manchester (2013)

89:2 177–202 Rogerson, Ian:  A Breath of Freedom: The Open-Air Anthologies of E.V. Lucas and Francis Meynell (2013)

89:2 203-225 Whelan, Timothy:   Baptist Autographs in the John Rylands Library, Manchester, 1741–1907 (2013)

Note: A supplementary issue to Vol.89, and all issues from vol.90 onwards, are published by Manchester University Press and will not be listed here.