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Mills Research Group Conference Proceedings 2002 onwards

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    Accession no. 230691

    • Shelf location: MRG PROCEEDINGS
    • Notes: Conferences 18 - 25

    Divisions within this publication

    • 1: A forgotten Molinologist (Niall Roberts) no 18, pp 9-
    • 2: A Gazetteer of drainage windmills in eastern England c.1550–2000 (Peter Filby) no 26-27, pp 33-
    • 3: Anglesey Tide Mills a 2006 assessment of surviving sites (David Plunkett) no 23-24, pp 23-
    • 4: Cataloguing Mallorcan Wind Engines (Philip Graves) no 25, pp 3-
    • 5: Coding the Condition of Watermills on the Database (AA Bryan) no 20, pp 11-
    • 6: Customers for Cromer Postmill: Milling and Baking in north Central Hertfordshire 1758–1772 (Michael Harverson) no 19, pp 25-
    • 7: Drainage Mills by Act of Parliament (Peter Filby) no 20, pp 31-
    • 8: Early American Mills and the Export of Ideas—A Current Line of Enquiry (David H Jones) no 20, pp 49-
    • 9: Eastrop Mill (Shirley Kirsopp) no 25, pp 27-
    • 10: Economic Grinding—a West Country Trial (Owen Ward) no 23-24, pp 3-
    • 11: Fen Drainage Windmills and Districts of Lincolnshire (Peter Filby) no 19, pp 63-
    • 12: Greens Theorem (Alan Crocker) no 19, pp 59-
    • 13: Identifying tower windmills by batter angle comparison (A A Bryan) no 23-24, pp 13-
    • 14: La Ferté-sous-Jouarre takes its wares to London: The Great Exhibition of 1851 (Owen Ward) no 26-27, pp 3-
    • 15: Majorcan Windpumps (Tony Bryan) no 18, pp 3-
    • 16: Mill Espionage, 1800–1802 (Alan Crocker) no 22, pp 3-
    • 17: Mills and Millers in Literature (Milica Vernon) no 18, pp 29-
    • 18: Mills in Böckler's Theatrum Machinarum Novum (Alan Crocker) no 25, pp 15-
    • 19: Mills in Northamptonshire And North Cambridgeshire (Peter Filby) no 25, pp 35-
    • 20: Mills in the Landscape, Economy and Society of late 18th Century Buckinghamshire (Michael Harverson) no 21, pp 3-
    • 21: Mills on Stamps (Phillipa Bryan) no 18, pp 27-
    • 22: Mills, Maladies and Magic (David H Jones) no 23-24, pp 17-
    • 23: Millstone Makers at Nogent-le-Rotrou: Footnote to Article in MRG 12th Proceedings 1994 (Owen Ward) no 20, pp 18-
    • 24: Millwrighting Myths concerning James Brindley (Tony Bonson) no 21, pp 43-
    • 25: Mow Cop Millstones (Tony Bonson) no 19, pp 17-
    • 26: Mr Reveley's Millstones (Owen Ward) no 21, pp 29-
    • 27: Murder and mayhem at the mill (Guy Blythman) no 26-27, pp 9-
    • 28: Power Transmission in English Watermills (A.A. Bryan) no 22, pp 15-
    • 29: Ronald Hawksley Mill Pictures (AA Bryan) no 23-24, pp 37-
    • 30: Ryde Water and the mills of the eastern Yar, Isle of Wight (Shirley Kirsopp) no 23-24, pp 9-
    • 31: Some Eucharistic Mills (Niall Roberts) no 20, pp 3-
    • 32: Some outstanding questions (David H. Jones) no 26-27, pp 51-
    • 33: The Decline of St Cross Mill, Newport, Isle of Wight (Shirley Kirsopp) no 22, pp 21-
    • 34: The esoteric Mill (Phillipa Bryan) no 20, pp 19-
    • 35: The Michael Goodchild Collection (David Plunkett) no 26-27, pp 27-
    • 36: The Mills of Cambridgeshire, a Resumé (Peter Filby) no 22, pp 31-
    • 37: The On-going Work of the Mills Archive (Luke Bonwick & Ron Cookson) no 20, pp 43-
    • 38: The Rank family and their collections of mills in the Hull area (Geraldine Mathieson) no 26-27, pp 23-
    • 39: The Rarest Tide Mill—revised 2009 (D Plunkett) no 26-27, pp 41-
    • 40: The Transition from Carpenter to Engineer in Cambridgeshire & Huntingdonshire 1750–1900 (Peter Filby) no 18, pp 37-
    • 41: The watermill on Alderney, Channel Islands (Alan Crocker) no 19, pp 3-
    • 42: The Ramell Windmill: A Mallorcan Solution for Water Elevation (Philip Graves) no 21, pp 35-
    • 43: Waterwheels in England (AA Bryan) no 20, pp 25-
    • 44: Were the millstones really from la Ferté-sous-Jouarre? (Owen Ward) no 23-24, pp 31-
    • 45: Windmills of the East Riding (Roy Gregory) no 26-27, pp 13-
    • 46: Windmills used as Wartime Observation Posts (Sue Burden) no 20, pp 15-