Tag Archives: OBO10

A Riot of Blogging!

It seems worth taking a few moments to reflect on the weekend’s blogging – it was wonderful to read so many stories and experiences. I was particularly delighted not simply at the numbers who participated by blogging and tweeting – … Continue reading

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Microfilm Days and Digital Discoveries: Reflections on Using the Old Bailey Online

In this anniversary year of the Old Bailey Online, I thought I would take the opportunity to reflect on my use of the Old Bailey Proceedings and to consider how the digitisation of this rich landscape of the mundane and … Continue reading

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“I am now in the service of the Mint”: Police, Coiners and Utterers in the Nineteenth Century Old Bailey

Whilst excellent research has been published on the forgery of notes in early nineteenth century Britain (particularly by Randall McGowen), the broader culture of counterfeiting, and specifically coining, has not been well served. For the early modern period and the … Continue reading

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Blogging the Old Bailey Online 10th Anniversary

Some ways to participate in the Blog Event* – whether you plan to contribute a blog post or just want to follow the action. (You can simply email a link to your post to oldbailey@sheffield.ac.uk if you don’t do social … Continue reading

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