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Index to The Hatcher Review from 1976 to 2000

Volumes 1-5 (Issues 1-50)

 

The Hatcher Review began in 1976, its origins in the Hatcher Society (named after the local historian, Henry Hatcher (1777-1846)). It provided a forum for local historians of all types to see their work in print, providing for this community for twenty-five years. Those who own the complete set are fortunate indeed, as it is now long out of print, although copies occasionally surface in local bookshops. For those who are not so lucky, the Reference Section of Salisbury Public Library has a set should you wish to read more; the British Library inter-library loan system should also be able to supply copies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Village history

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The post office

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inns & Alehouses

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Village war memorial

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

St Mary’s Church

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Historical walk

 

 

 

 

 

 

Henry Hatcher, 1777-1846

 

Views of Alderbury

 

 

 

 

Title

Author

Year

Vol

Issue

Pages

Current research

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John Ivie: Mayor of Salisbury in the plague years

Evelyn Hart

1976

1

1

5-18

 

l

Two mediaeval Bishops and their wanderings

RE Sandell

1976

1

1

19-25

Publications

l

Amesbury Abbey: an introduction to its buildings past & present

Nicholas Moore

1976

1

1

26-35

 

l

Salisbury men of the 16th century: John Jewel & Richard Hooker

FC Tyndall

1976

1

2

5-23

Links

l

Salisbury and its street names

Evelyn Hart

1976

1

2

24-34

 

l

Renaissance Salisbury and the search for arcadia

Barrie Williams

1976

1

2

35-38

FAQs

l

Wilton Abbey

Elizabeth Crittall

1977

1

3

3-10

 

l

Notes on Broadchalk and some of its buildings

Kenneth Wiltshire

1977

1

3

11-15

Archive articles

l

Salisbury Infirmary: an 18th century foundation

Gwendolen Barton

1977

1

3

16-24

 

l

Trollope and Salisbury

HAC Bourne

1977

1

3

25-28

Contact us

l

Salisbury 1927: a personal recollection

Dorothy Bradshaw

1977

1

3

29-35

 

l

Thomas Hardy and Salisbury

Edward Brooks

1977

1

4

3-11

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Salisbury’s token currency

CM Rowe

1977

1

4

12-24

l

Edith Oliver

Denis Constanduros

1977

1

4

25-32

l

Faulstone [Bishopstone]

Keith Brinsmead

1977

1

4

33-36

 

l

The Story of St Nicholas’ Hospital Salisbury

Campbell MacInnes

1978

1

5

3-15

 

l

The statue in the Market Place

Sidney Fawcett

1978

1

5

16-26

 

l

Salisbury Cathedral Library

Harry Bailey

1978

1

5

27-32

 

l

A 17th century secret agent

Donald Hunt

1978

1

5

33-37

 

l

Sir Richard Colt Hoare 1758-1838

Kenneth Woodbridge

1978

1

6

3-11

 

l

Three Amesbury legends

John Chandler

1978

1

6

12-23

 

l

John of Salisbury: a personal introduction

Monty Trethowan

1978

1

6

24-27

 

l

Reflections on Sir Christopher Wren’s survey of Salisbury Cathedral, 1668

WG Backinsell

1978

1

6

28-31

 

l

Saint Osmund of Salisbury

Horace Rogers

1978

1

6

32-37

 

l

John of Salisbury: a man of letters

Sidney Evans

1979

1

7

3-18

 

l

The woodlands of the royal forest of Groveley

Pamela Gough

1979

1

7

19-27

 

l

Old George Mall, Salisbury [poem]

Evelyn Hart

1979

1

7

28

 

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William Beckford and Fonthill Abbey

David Longbourne

1979

1

7

29-41

 

l

Recent discoveries in some of the tombs in Salisbury Cathedral

Roy Spring

1979

1

8

3-14

 

l

Learned and ingeniose persons at Wilton

John Buxton

1979

1

8

15-21

 

l

Parish Life in seventeenth century Salisbury

Pamela Stewart

1979

1

8

22-27

 

l

Joseph Lovibond: a Salisbury Pioneer 1833-1912

Gordon Chamberlain

1979

1

8

28-33

 

l

The Downton lace industry

Mary Gibson

1979

1

8

34-36

 

l

Abusem and Ahitatall [poem]

The Ghost of John Dryden

1979

1

8

37

 

l

King’s House in Salisbury Close

Dorothy Todd

1980

1

9

3-16

 

l

John of Salisbury: an American tribute

Ronald E Pepin

1980

1

9

17-19

 

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Henry Sherfield of Salisbury: a 17th century puritan, lawyer & agricultural innovator

JH Betty

1980

1

9

20-25

 

l

Boyton: the church, the Giffards and their successors

Douglas Richardson

1980

1

9

26-33

 

l

Joseph Arch 1826-1919, a trade unionist at Wilton

Richard Lamb

1980

1

9

34-37

 

l

The Wiltshire countryside sixty years ago

Dorothy Bradshaw

1980

1

9

38-42

 

l

Recollections of John Harding of his time as a chorister at Sal. Cathedral 1826-32

PL Smith

1980

1

10

3-22

 

l

Salisbury’s worldly bishop, John Hume 1766-1782

John Whale

1980

1

10

23-29

 

l

Illustration of a school in the close [picture only]

Anon

1980

1

10

30

 

l

Some thoughts on the second volume of John of Salisbury’s letters

William Urry

1980

1

10

31-35

 

l

Heale 155-1650: an example of the organisation of a small manor

Margaret Briggs

1980

1

10

36-42

 

l

The tale of a pulpit

William van Straubenzee

1980

1

10

43-45

 

l

The Church of St Thomas a Beckett, Salisbury [appeal for funds]

Marjorie Paskin

1980

1

10

47

 

l

A local battle in AD 552

Michael Cowan

1981

2

11

3-11

 

l

Victorian politics in south Wiltshire

Desmond Hawkins

1981

2

11

12-18

 

l

Some 19th century ceramic collectors in Salisbury

Tiffany Hunt

1981

2

11

19-25

 

l

Stephen Jefferies: a 17th century Salisbury organist at Gloucester

Suzanne Eward

1981

2

11

26-31

 

l

Some notes on the members & products of the Salisbury Joiners company in the early 17th century

Victoria Chinnery

1981

2

11

32-35

 

l

Notes & Queries: Salisbury furniture research project

Victor Chinnery

1981

2

11

36

 

l

Notes & Queries: the verse epitaph on the tomb of St Osmond

Daphne Stroud

1981

2

11

36-38

 

l

Notes & Queries: which was Dr Nisbet’s house in the close

Robert Tatton Brown

1981

2

11

39

 

l

An enchanted childhood in Salisbury’s palace: 1900-1911

Salome Pelly

1981

2

11

40-44

 

l

South Wiltshire in print: a review

John Chandler

1981

2

11

45-46

 

l

Salisbury’s Magna Carta: was it issued by the Chancery?

Daphne Stroud

1981

2

12

51-58

 

l

List of paintings by John Greenhill

 

1981

2

12

58

 

l

John Greenhill, 1642-1676: Sir Peter Lely’s most excellent disciple

Selby Wittingham

1981

2

12

59-69

 

l

Maiden Bradley: an account of the former priory

Hugh Kitching

1981

2

12

70-77

 

l

Some aspects of the musical festivals in Salisbury in the 18th century

Eileen Hornby

1981

2

12

78-85

 

l

A mayor of Salisbury’s will of 1600AD and the advowson of Steeple Langford

KDD Henderson

1981

2

12

86-91

 

l

Books in medieval Salisbury

Christopher de Hamel

1982

2

13

99-109

 

l

Ela, Countess of Salisbury and foundress of Lacock Abbey c.1190-1261

Janet Burnett-Brown

1982

2

13

110-117

 

l

William White (1604-1678) schoolmaster and parson, and his private diary

EGH Kempson

1982

2

13

118-124

 

l

Sir Joseph Ashe 1617-1686: an advocate of water meadows in good husbandry

Nancy Steele

1982

2

13

125-132

 

l

Pitton: a south Wiltshire village in the 1920s and 1930s

Ralph Whitlock

1982

2

13

133-140

 

l

Bishop Brodie

Horace Rogers

1982

2

13

141-143

 

l

A letter from Henry Hatcher

Marjorie Paskin

1982

2

13

143

 

l

Magna Carta in embryo

Tindall Collins

1982

2

13

144

 

l

The Salisbury Magna Carta

JC Holt

1982

2

14

147-152

 

l

John Aubrey’s Wilton and the Pembrokes

KG Ponting

1982

2

14

153-161

 

l

Samuel Fancourt (1678-1768): dissenting minister and pioneer librarian

Monte Little

1982

2

14

162-170

 

l

Charles Eamer Kempe and the work of his firm (1864-1934) in stained glass

Margaret Stravidi

1982

2

14

171-178

 

l

Mysterious meadows: some aspects of the floated water meadows at Gt Wishford

Michael Cowan

1982

2

14

179-187

 

l

The Hamilton brothers: religion, law and politics in mid-Victorian Salisbury

Monty Trethowan

1982

2

14

188-189

 

l

Mary Beale 1653-1699, the paintress

Elizabeth Walsh & Richard Jeffree

1983

2

15

195-207

 

l

Salisbury goldsmiths and London wardens, 1631-1637

Timothy Arthur Kent

1983

2

15

208-217

 

l

Lieutenant General Sir Eyre-Coote 1726-1783

Andrew Winser

1983

2

15

218-227

 

l

Notes on the manors of Discove and Bonham on the Wiltshire-Somerset border

Carol Bonham

1983

2

15

228-232

 

l

The knights of St John at Ansty

Susan Moore

1983

2

15

233-237

 

l

Dr Wake Smart 1806-1894, chronicler of Cranbourne

Desmond Hawkins

1983

2

15

238-240

 

l

St Osmond: Some Contemporary Evidence

Daphne Stroud

1983

2

16

243-250

 

l

Philip Massinger: Jacobean and Caroline Playright

Martin Garrett

1983

2

16

251-260

 

l

Political & local verse in the early years of the Salisbury Journal & a poem of 1742

Mary E Knapp

1983

2

16

261-267

 

l

Four hundred years of the Stonehenge excursion

Christopher Chippendale

1983

2

16

268-277

 

l

The Lockwood Kiplings at Tisbury, Wiltshire

Ralph Jackson

1983

2

16

278-284

 

l

Charles Soreley’s long walk

Mark Baker

1983

2

16

285-291

 

l

Mediaeval stone crosses

BJ Marples

1984

2

17

295-302

 

l

The Lawes brothers and music making in the early 17th century

Mary Turnbull

1984

2

17

303-311

 

l

Izaak Walton’s connection with Winchester and Salisbury

Jonquil Bevan

1984

2

17

312-318

 

l

Private schools in the 18th century: evidence from Salisbury

Eileen Hornby

1984

2

17

319-328

 

l

Some early Wiltshire emigrants to Australia

Mark Baker

1984

2

17

329-334

 

l

Ancient horseshoes: their values as indicators

Ken Smith

1984

2

17

335-342

 

l

Prehistoric Salisbury

Alison Borthwick

1984

2

18

347-351

 

l

Edith of Wilton: the millenary of a saint

Daphne Stroud

1984

2

18

352-358

 

l

Huguenots and Walloons in Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire

Robin Gwynn

1984

2

18

359-369

 

l

A 19th century landowner and his wife: the 2nd Marquess and Marchioness on Ailesbury

Mike Baker

1984

2

18

370-381

 

l

A cartouche of the Webb arms at Odstock manor house, Wiltshire

John Reeves

1984

2

18

382-385

 

l

Compton Chamberlayne: a chalkland manor during the reign of Queen Elizabeth

JH Betty

1984

2

18

386-390

 

l

The hymn tunes called Salisbury

Ian Stratton

1984

2

18

391-396

 

l

Master John’s hilarity

Ronald E Pepin

1985

2

19

399-403

 

l

The battle of Winchester 1141

Mary J Marples

1985

2

19

404-410

 

l

Laurens des Bouveries (1536-1610) his descendents and Huguenot connection

Jacob Pleydell-Bouverie

1985

2

19

411-420

 

l

James Harris: Salisbury philosophe

Clive Probin

1985

2

19

421-435

 

l

The swing riots agricultural revolt in 1830

Ruth Newman

1985

2

19

436-447

 

l

Edward I’s links with Wessex and Peking

Gwenneth Stokes

1985

2

20

451-455

 

l

Some aspects of the life of Richard Haydocke, physician, engraver, painter and translator (1569-?1642)

Ralph B Weller

1985

2

20

456-477

 

l

Henry VIII’s assertion

Robert Tatton Brown

1985

2

20

478-479

 

l

A Welsh connection in Stuart’s Salisbury: John Williams and the Herberts

Barrie Williams

1985

2

20

480-488

 

l

Tancred Borenius: an art historian at Clarendon Palace in the thirties

Clarissa Lada-Gradzicka

1985

2

20

489-491

 

l

How the army came to Salisbury Plain

Sidney Vines

1985

2

20

492-499

 

l

In pursuit of ecclesiastical archives

Marion Ward

1986

3

21

3-9

 

l

John Horsey of Martin and his kinsmen at the time of the dissolution of the monasteries

Peter Webb

1986

3

21

10-22

 

l

Modern steps to Herbert’s temple

Maurice Hussey

1986

3

21

23-32

 

l

Augustus Hare at Alton Barnes

Mark Baker

1986

3

21

33-40

 

l

Canadian troops at Stonehenge in  1915

Christopher Chippendale

1986

3

21

41-45

 

l

Correspondence: Later cavalry charges (see Vol 2, issue 20, page 493)

KKD Henderson

1986

3

21

46

 

l

To live without struggle: philanthropic relief for soldier’s wives and widows during the Boer war

Myrna Trustram

1986

3

21

47-52

 

l

Ned Gillo’s contempt: the dreadful story of a 17th century verger

Suzanne Eward

1986

3

22

55-60

 

l

Richard Cromwell and mercurius politicus

Geoffrey M Ridden

1986

3

22

61-66

 

l

The Warminster workhouses: illustrations of the old and new poor law

Bruce Watkin

1986

3

22

67-77

 

l

Shelley’s cousin, Charles Grove

Desmond Hawkins

1986

3

22

78-85

 

l

Alresford manor and Mary Russell Mitford

Pamela Horn

1986

3

22

86-94

 

l

Virginia Woolf’s Noble Athena: Miss Janet Case (1862-1937)

Mary Turnbull

1986

3

22

95-104

 

l

Miracles of St Osmond

Daphne Stroud

1987

3

23

107-115

 

l

Canon Elton and his will

Margaret Ann Elton

1987

3

23

116-118

 

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Thomas Gardiner (1605-1685) – town clerk of Salisbury in troubled times

Mary Wrightson

1987

3

23

119-129

 

l

John Ivie: goldsmith

Timothy Arthur Kent

1987

3

23

130-137

 

l

Stephen duck (1705-1756) Wiltshire thresher and court poet

Martin Garrett

1987

3

23

138-146

 

l

Facing the old enemy: the Victorian defences of the Isle of Wight

Anthony Cantwell

1987

3

23

147-156

 

l

Three centuries of Wilton’s carpet trade

Winifred Perrett

1987

3

24

159-165

 

l

The loss of the Royal George: a naval cover-up?

Keith Symons

1987

3

24

166-174

 

l

Change, continuity and reform: Isle of Wight politics c1800-1841

RE Foster

1987

3

24

175-186

 

l

Some Hampshire ladies and the 1830 swing riots

Pamela Horn

1987

3

24

187-195

 

l

Wolvesey Palace 1847-1862: the home of the Winchester diocesan training college

Martial Rose

1987

3

24

197-207

 

l

The Wardour castles and their landscape

Michael Cowan

1988

3

25

211-216

 

l

Keepers and poachers in Cranbourne Chase

Desmond Hawkins

1988

3

25

217-222

 

l

St Cross Hospital in Winchester: a legal note

Alec Samuels

1988

3

25

223-227

 

l

Thomas Vowler Short, Rector of Kings Worthy 1826-34

Pamela Johnson

1988

3

25

228-237

 

l

William Henry Hudson FRSL, FZS (1841-1922): man of two cultures

Dennis Shrubsall

1988

3

25

238-245

 

l

Lavington: a nineteenth century Masonic manor? [Des Bouverie family]

Anthony Wilson

1988

3

25

246-260

 

l

A conspiracy theory of history: the conduits of Cranbourne Park, Hampshire

Kenneth Baird

1988

3

26

263-272

 

l

I let the curtain fall: the tragic story of a Wessex comedian on the London stage: Thomas Collins 1775-1806

Paul Ranger

1988

3

26

273-285

 

l

Aspects of the music & organ in Thomas Weld’s catholic chapel at Lulworth Castle

John P Rowntree

1988

3

26

286-290

 

l

Jack Tar, Mr Sawbones and the local community: the impact of Haslar Hospital, Gosport 1750-1800

James Thomas

1988

3

26

291-302

 

l

The Catlin affair: the dispersal of the Blackmoor Museum library, Salisbury

John Musty

1988

3

26

303-310

 

l

William Lisle Bowles: a Wiltshire parson and his place in literary history

Howard Cooper

1989

3

27

315-322

 

l

Corbett in Botley

June Jones & George Watts

1989

3

27

323-329

 

l

Trollope, Salisbury and Winchester

Geoff Ridden

1989

3

27

330-336

 

l

George Beare: a forthcoming exhibition

Nigel Surrey

1989

3

27

337

 

l

The Reverend John Hart Burgess DD, rector of Devizes 1874-99

Raymond J Skinner

1989

3

27

338-346

 

l

TE Lawrence in Hythe

Adrian Smith

1989

3

27

347-354

 

l

Henry Hatcher

Marjorie Paskin

1989

3

27

355-361

 

l

Ashmore, Dorset: a prehistoric relict village?

Jude James

1989

3

28

366-374

 

l

Note on the foundation date and early management of the Hospital of St Cross in Winchester

Yoshio Kusaba

1989

3

28

375-382

 

l

Aspects of Salisbury’s place in the Wiltshire cloth industry

Mary Dauncey

1989

3

28

383-390

 

l

Walter, Lord Hungerford (d1449) and his chantry in Salisbury Cathedral

Michael Hicks

1989

3

28

391-399

 

l

Wylye: a village prosecution association

John Musty

1989

3

28

400-406

 

l

Visitors to Coombe Bissett and Clarendon Palace 1930-1939

TB James

1989

3

28

407-415

 

l

Thomas Hardy and the ruined maid

Desmond Hawkins

1990

3

29

418-423

 

l

Richard Churcher (1659-1723): educational philanthrope

James Thomas

1990

3

29

424-436

 

l

Heywood Sumner: a very private person

Jane Barbour

1990

3

29

437-448

 

l

Benjamin Bankes (1727-1795): the Salisbury violin maker

Albert Cooper

1990

3

29

449-458

 

l

Cornelia Churchill, 1st Lady Wimbourne and the Church of England

Ted Ward

1990

3

29

459-468

 

l

The gift of elves: Queen Emma

Anthony Head

1990

3

30

471-479

 

l

In search of a Roman road

John Peddie

1990

3

30

480-487

 

l

Clerical dynasticism: the Compton family of Minstead and Sopley

William Gibson

1990

3

30

488-499

 

l

The Pyt House Riot and the Tisbury Tasmania connection

Mary Dalton

1990

3

30

502-520

 

l

Seeds of romanticism: Muzio Clementi and the Beckfords

Raymond J Skinner

1991

4

31

3-11

 

l

Thomas Hardy’s Wessex childhood

Roger Lowman

1991

4

31

12-32

 

l

Edward Thomas in Wiltshire

KG Watts

1991

4

31

33-51

 

l

Sceptonia: an early account of Shaftesbury and its abbey by William of Malmesbury

William Smith

1991

4

32

3-18

 

l

The Ogles at Worthy Park

Pam Moore

1991

4

32

19-30

 

l

The learned child and the forgotten language: a Wiltshire tale in its European context

JB Smith

1991

4

32

31-38

 

l

Old Sarum and the parliament tree

John Musty & John D Hadley

1991

4

32

39-43

 

l

A life worth living: Sir John Lambert

Raleigh St Lawrence

1991

4

32

44-51

 

l

Henry Hatcher’s grave

BF Tippett

1992

4

33

3

 

l

Building a library in early Norman England: the manuscripts of the first Canons of Salisbury Cathedral

Teresa Webber

1992

4

33

4-9

 

l

An Isle of Wight community in the seventeenth century: the evidence from probate inventories

IL Williams

1992

4

33

10-29

 

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A glimpse of an old world: the diary of James Warne for the year 1758

Julie James

1992

4

33

30-49

 

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Gordon Chamberlin 1911-1991

Marjorie Paskin

1992

4

33

50-51

 

l

The suppression of the Benedictine nunnery at Shaftesbury in 1539

JH Bettey

1992

4

34

3-11

 

l

A melancholy example of the uncertainty of human affairs

John Peddie

1992

4

34

12-28

 

l

The pilotage service at Poole in the nineteenth century

Michael Jefford

1992

4

34

29-39

 

l

Tichborne: an historical introduction

Edward Roberts

1992

4

34

40-49

 

l

The parents of Henry Hatcher

Jude James

1992

4

34

50

 

l

The folk history of a doomed countryside

David Warwick

1993

5

35

3-15

 

l

John Norris remembered

Peter DE White

1993

5

35

16-19

 

l

Gilbert White on Salisbury Plain

Peter GM Foster

1993

5

35

20-27

 

l

Fort Cumberland 1747-85

Philip A Magrath

1993

5

35

28-37

 

l

Salisbury Corporation and the Clarke scandal

John Musty

1993

5

35

38-42

 

l

Edward Rixon 1865-1952: a real man of the Tisbury soil

Rex L Sawyer

1993

5

35

43-48

 

l

Margaret Carpenter 1793-1872): a Salisbury artist restored

Richard J Smith

1993

4

36

5-32

 

l

William Evans and his Droxford connections

Jane Barbour

1993

4

36

33-46

 

l

The tower and spire of Salisbury Cathedral

Tim Tatton Brown

1993

4

36

47-54

 

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Eve, nun of Wilton and Anchoress of Angers

Daphne Stroud

1994

4

37

3-13

 

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Hampshire in the anarchy 1142-1153: the role of Bishop Henry of Blois

Nicholas Riall

1994

4

37

14-26

 

l

Art and opportunity: artists and their clients in late Georgian Hampshire

Nigel Surry

1994

4

37

27-37

 

l

A tale of two windows

Bryant G Bayliffe

1994

4

37

38-45

 

l

These for remembrance: the Biscuit Boys at the Battle of Loos

MJ McIntyre

1994

4

38

2-15

 

l

Emmeline Fischer, a forgotten Wiltshire poet: her links with William Wordsworth and the national anthem

Neville Hinxman

1994

4

38

16-30

 

l

Elizabeth Burnett 1661-1709: family, friends, religion and politics in the reign of Queen Anne

Eileen Hornby

1994

4

38

31-39

 

l

The nunnery that Alfred built at Shaftesbury

Elinor Murphy

1994

4

38

40-53

 

l

The fortunes of a recusant family: the Webbs of Odstock

Raleigh St Lawrence

1995

4

39

3-17

 

l

Drummer Hodge and the forgotten dead of rural England

Brian Tippett

1995

4

39

18-34

 

l

Road to ruin? – the Wimbourne to Piddletown turnpike, 1841

Jude James

1995

4

39

35-43

 

l

Forbears [poem]

Ruth Marden

1995

4

39

44-45

 

l

The pyramid and the urn

Iona Sinclaire

1995

4

39

46-50

 

l

A tribute to George AF Bower (1925-1995)

Brian Tippett

1995

4

40

2

 

l

Providence and Pericles: Bermuda and The Tempest – a mariner’s view

George Bower

1995

4

40

3-18

 

l

John Taylor makes a voyage to Salisbury in 1623 (1995 Hatcher Memorial Lecture)

John Chandler

1995

4

40

19-34

 

l

Artistic developments in Portsmouth and Plymouth 1740-1830

Nigel Surry

1995

4

40

35-44

 

l

William Jones of the Isle of Wight dedicates a sermon, 1631

Nick ROwe

1996

5

41

6-11

 

l

Andover Old Bank and the Wakeford family

Diane Coldicott

1996

5

41

12-30

 

l

Edmund Lush of Salisbury: sometime Clerk of Works to the Cathedral

Gordon J Lush

1996

5

41

31-36

 

l

Marriage a la mode: the Grove family’s contractual alliances 1809-1925

Desmond Hawkins

1996

5

41

37-40

 

l

A Bohemian shopping list in 16th century Alton

Caroline Bethune

1996

5

42

2-8

 

l

Milton and the Marchioness of Winchester

Geoff Ridden

1996

5

42

9-16

 

l

Thomas Hardy at Max Gate

Andrew Leah

1996

5

42

17-25

 

l

WH Hudson and the making of “A Shepherd’s Life”

Brian Tippett

1996

5

42

26-45

 

l

James Wyatt and Salisbury Cathedral: the demonising of an architect

Richard Durman

1996

5

43

2-17

 

l

Haywards in Wessex

Diana R Mackarril

1996

5

43

18-32

 

l

The Rev James Crabb and the welfare of gypsies in Hampshire and Dorset

Len Smith

1996

5

43

33-43

 

l

Bartley Lodge and Sir Charles Lyell: the geologist’s New Forest boyhood

Paul S Clasby

1996

5

43

44-52

 

l

The gentleman sung catches: music and drama, and the Harris family of Salisbury 1735-80

Rosemary Dunhill

1997

5

44

2-24

 

l

Early mails to Marlborough

IL Williams

1997

5

44

25-32

 

l

Keats and a decision: letters from Winchester, 1819

Howard Cooper

1997

5

44

33-39

 

l

Education and evacuation on the outbreak of war: Portsmouth’s war-time educational provision, 1939-40

Thomas Carey

1997

5

44

40-48

 

l

Shakespeare in Winchester: problems of misreading sources

Geoff Ridden

1997

5

44

49-51

 

l

The geology of building stone in Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire, together with some adjacent parts of Somerset

GW Green

1998

5

45

5-17

 

l

Building stone in prehistoric Wessex

Christopher Green

1998

5

45

18-26

 

l

Anglo-Saxon building stone and stone sculpture in Wessex

BC Worssam

1998

5

45

27-32

 

l

Purple and green porphyry at Old Sarum Cathedral

Tim Tatton Brown

1998

5

45

33-38

 

l

The building stone for Salisbury Cathedral

Tim Tatton Brown

1998

5

45

39-47

 

l

Extracting Purbeck marble

Treleven Haysom

1998

5

45

48-54

 

l

Jack Green: the last of the Tisbury stonemasons

Rex Sawyer

1998

5

45

55-60

 

l

The black death in Berkshire and Wiltshire

Tim Beaumont James

1998

5

46

11-20

 

l

The black death in Dorset and Hampshire

DG Watts

1998

5

46

21-28

 

l

Inkpen: a Berkshire Manor and the plague

DG Watts

1998

5

46

29-31

 

l

The black death: a turning point for Winchester?

Tim Beaumont James

1998

5

46

32-42

 

l

Winchester Cathedral and the black death

John M Crook

1998

5

46

43-49

 

l

Per pestilentiam: the Bishop of Winchester’s pipe roll for 1348-49

Paula A Arthur

1998

5

46

50-67

 

l

Tribute to the late Desmond Hawkins OBE

Marjorie Paskin

1999

5

47

3

 

l

EM Forster in Wiltshire

Brian Tippett

1999

5

47

7-21

 

l

The strange house: Thomas Hardy’s Max Gate poems

Andrew H Leah

1999

5

47

22-32

 

l

The topology of Trollope’s Barsetshire

Stephen Scammel

1999

5

47

33-40

 

l

Wordsworth on Salisbury Plain

Howard Cooper

1999

5

47

41-48

 

l

Crime and punishment in Georgian and Victorian Wessex

Jude James

1999

5

48

5-10

 

l

The first and the best: the founding of the Wiltshire Constabulary

Glynn Jones

1999

5

48

11-19

 

l

Bratton’s worst murder

Jean Morrison

1999

5

48

20-24

 

l

Two hundred years of Wessex prisons

Alan Brodie, Jane Croom & James O’Davies

1999

5

48

25-34

 

l

The development of the magistrates’ courts in Salisbury during the 20th century

John Shellabear

1999

5

48

35-44

 

l

Ralph Vaughan Williams: some Wessex influences and associations

Alan Dodge

2000

5

49

5-10

 

l

Haggard Egdon: Hardy, Holst and the line of legitimate indulgence

John Chandler

2000

5

49

11-23

 

l

Disharmony in the gallery

Alan Dodge

2000

5

49

24-33

 

l

Eighteenth century catch clubs in Salisbury and southern England

Brian Robins

2000

5

49

34-46

 

l

Finzi at Aldbourne: a note

John Chandler

2000

5

49

47-55

 

l

Music in Portsmouth 1700-1850: some aspects considered

James Thomas

2000

5

49

56-71

 

l

Landscape and wilderness quality in the management of the New Forest 1800-2000

Anthony Pasmore

2000

5

50

5-11

 

l

Lucy Kemp-Welch and the New Forest

Steven Marshall

2000

5

50

12-22

 

l

For the purpose of health and leisure: the Wessex seaside 1750-1900

Jude James

2000

5

50

23-40

 

l

An Isle of Wight Shipwreck: Hopkins, Churchill and the loss of the Eurydice

Brian Tippett

2000

5

50

41-50

 

l

Editors and Officers of the Hatcher Review Trust 1976-2000

Anon

2000

5

50

51-52