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Publications:  Dr Matthew Mauger

Mauger M(2019). Administrative fictions of domestic manufacture: Eighteenth-century excise guides. Studies in Eighteenth Century Culture vol. 48, 139-159.
10.1353/sec.2019.0010
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/47683
MAUGER M(2018). Writing Tea's Empire. Annals of Science
10.1080/00033790.2018.1498536
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/43566
Mauger M(2018). Tea & Empire: James Taylor in Victorian Ceylon. ANNALS OF SCIENCE vol. 75, (3) 255-259.
COULTON RX, Reid CGP, Mauger MP(2016). Stealing Books in Eighteenth-Century London. Palgrave Macmillan (London),
ELLIS MS, Coulton RX, Mauger M(2015). Empire of Tea: the Asian Leaf that Conquered the World. Reaktion (London),
MAUGER M(2013). "A Most Exquisite Dilemma": Conscience, Dissent, and the Limits of Civic Authority in London's Sheriffs Case. London Journal: a review of metropolitan society past and present
10.1179/174963212X13345262125632
MAUGER M(2012). '"Observe how parts with parts unite / In one harmonious rule of right": William Blackstone's Verses on the Laws of England'. Law and Humanities vol. 6, (2) 179-196.
10.5235/L&H.6.2.179
MAUGER M, COULTON R, DEW B, ELLIS M (2010). Tea and the Tea-Table in Eighteenth-Century England. Pickering & Chatto
Mauger M(2006). 'He turns the law into a castle!': Blake's use of eighteenth-century legal discourse in the four zoas. Romanticism vol. 12, (3) 165-176.
10.3366/rom.2006.12.3.165
MAUGER M(2006). The Discourses of Law and Architecture in Blake’s 'The Four Zoas’. Romanticism: the journal of romantic culture and criticism vol. 12, (3)
MAUGER M(2001). Criminal History Transported: An Enquiry into the Literary Origins of the Australian Convict Narratives. Australian Studies vol. 16, (1)
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