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UK-based Document Copying Service

My name is Dr Matthew Kidd and I am the founder of Archive Mole, a UK-based research service founded in 2020. Our most popular service is Document Copying, intended for researchers who need copies of documents from UK archives. Led by a postdoctoral researcher with over fifteen years of archival research experience, our Archive Mole team will:

State Papers Online: Interface update on December 16, 2022

Dear all,

My name is Megan Sullivan, and I am a product manager at Gale. This post is to inform the community that State Papers Online (SPO) will update to a new interface on Friday, December 16, 2022. On this date, we will retire the current SPO interface, and SPO will be available exclusively in the new interface. Any saved bookmarks should redirect to the new interface, but if you experience any issues with this please let me know.

Author: 
Alex W. Barber
Reviewer: 
John Spurr

Spurr on Barber, 'The Restraint of the Press in England, 1660-1715: The Communication of Sin'

Alex W. Barber. The Restraint of the Press in England, 1660-1715: The Communication of Sin. Studies in Early Modern Cultural, Political and Social History Series. Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2022. 360 pp. $115.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-1-78327-517-5

Eat, Drink & Be Merry? The Politics of Food & Drink: Famine

Please join British, Irish and Empire Studies at the University of Texas at Austin for the penultimate session of our virtual series, "Eat, Drink & Be Merry? The Politics of Food & Drink." Scholars Janam Mukherjee of Toronto Metropolitan University and Niamh Ann Kelly of Technological University Dublin will discuss the role of famine in the politics of food and drink.