Publications: Durey, Michael
Durey, M. (2015) South London's ‘Age-Fudgers’: Kitchener's Under-Age volunteers. The London Journal, 40 (2). pp. 147-170.
Durey, M. (2011) Book review: Pere Receveur: Franciscan, scientist and voyager with Laperouse, by Edward Duyker, Engadine, NSW, 2011, pp. 41, illus., appendix, notes, index. RRP: AUS $9.99 pbk, ISBN: 9780987072702. The Great Circle: Journal of the Australian Association for Maritime History, 33 (2). pp. 69-70.
Durey, M. (2011) The Great Trust: Mrs Edith Ash's campaign of remembrance, 1916-1954. History, 96 (323). pp. 260-279.
Durey, M. (2011) 'Two Minor Demonstrations': The 1/1st Cambridgeshire battalion's raids on the Ancre, 16/17th Sept. 1916. Stand To! The Journal of the Western Front Association, 91 . pp. 5-11.
Durey, M. (2010) Book review: Who Lied?: The Ly-Ee-Moon Disaster and a Question of Truth, Graeme Barrow, Dagraja Press, Canberra, 2010. pp. 104, illus., maps, timeline, notes, bib., index. ISBN: 9780977532834. The Great Circle: Journal of the Australian Association for Maritime History, 32 (2). pp. 74-76.
Durey, M. (2008) Book review: A Dictionary of Sea Quotations, by Edward Duyker (ed. and Compiler), The Miegunyah Press, Melbourne, 2007. pp. xxiii, 439pp. Illus., Key Line Index, General Index. RRP: $65.00 hb. ISBN: 9780522853711. The Great Circle: Journal of the Australian Association for Maritime History, 30 (2). p. 102.
Durey, M. (2008) Exploration at the edge: Reassessing the fate of Sir John Franklin's last Arctic expedition. The Great Circle: Journal of the Australian Association for Maritime History, 30 (2). pp. 3-40.
Durey, M. (2008) When great men fall out: William Wickham's resignation as chief secretary for Ireland in January 1804. Parliamentary History, 25 (3). pp. 334-356.
Durey, M. (2008) A perfect hurricane: Naval disaster off Jutland, 1811. Northern Studies: The Journal of the Scottish Society for Northern Studies, 40 . pp. 71-81.
Durey, M. (2006) Abduction and rape in Ireland in the era of rebellion. Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 21 . pp. 27-47.
Durey, M. (2006) William Wickham, the christ church connection and the rise and fall of the security service in Britain, 1793-1801. The English Historical Review, CXXI (492). pp. 714-745.
Durey, M. (2003) William Maume: United Irishman and informer in two hemispheres. Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 18 . pp. 118-140.
Durey, M. (2002) Lord Grenville and the 'smoking gun'’: The plot to assinate the French directory in 1798–1799 reconsidered. The Historical Journal, 45 (3). pp. 547-568.
Durey, M. (2001) White slaves: Irish rebel prisoners and the British army in the West Indies, 1799-1804. Journal of the Society of Army Historical Research, 80 . pp. 296-312.
Durey, M. (1999) The British Secret Service and the escape of Sir Sidney Smith from Paris in 1798. History, 84 (275). pp. 437-457.
Durey, M. (1999) Dilemma: Michael Johnston, high constable and united Irish captain. The Journal: A Publication of The Australian Irish Heritage Association, 7 (3). pp. 44-53.
Durey, M. (1995) William Winterbotham's Trumpet of Sedition: Religious dissent and political radicalism in the 1790s. Journal of Religious History, 19 (2). pp. 141-157.
Durey, M. (1994) Crossing the line in 1799: Plebian moral economy on the high seas. Mariner's Mirror, 80 . pp. 209-214.
Durey, M. (1992) John Hughes, Reluctant agent provocateur and millenarian: A note and new documents. Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 7 . pp. 141-146.
Durey, M. (1992) John Lithgow's lithconia: The making and meaning of America's first "utopian socialist" tract. The William and Mary Quarterly (3rd Ser.), 49 (4). pp. 675-694.
Durey, M. (1990) Irish deism and Jefferson's republic: Denis Driscol in Ireland and America, 1793-1810. Eire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies, 25 (4). pp. 56-76.
Durey, M. (1990) The radical critique of "Old Corruption" and the beginnings of public service reform in late eighteenth-century Scotland: The Edinburgh sasine office as a case study. International Review of Scottish Studies, 16 . pp. 33-55.
Durey, M. (1987) Thomas Paine's Apostles: Radical emigrés and the triumph of Jeffersonian republicanism. The William and Mary Quarterly (3rd Ser.), 44 (3). pp. 661-688.
Durey, M. (1987) William Cobbett, military corruption and London radicalism in the early 1790s. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 131 (4). pp. 348-366.
Durey, M. (1982) Brief lives: Infant mortality in Perth, 1870-1914: A preliminary analysis. Studies in Western Australian History, 5 . pp. 62-71.
Durey, M. (1982) The survival of an Irish culture in Britain, 1800–1845. Historical Studies, 20 (78). pp. 14-35.
Durey, M. (1980) The death registers of the registrar general as sources for social and demographic history. Australia 1888: A Journal for the study of Australian History Centred on the year 1888 (6). pp. 88-93.
Durey, M. (1976) Bodysnatchers and Bethamites: The implications of the "Dead Body Bill" for the London schools of anatomy 1820 - 1840. The London Journal, 2 (2). pp. 220-225.
Durey, M. (2014) Captain James Leslie (Jack) Buckman - 12th (Bermondsey) Battalion, East Surrey Regiment - in Life and Death. Stand To! The Journal of the Western Front Association (99). pp. 45-47.
Durey, M. (2008) Loyalty in an age of conspiracy: The oath-filled civil war in Ireland 1795-1799. In: Davis, M.T. and Pickering, P.A., (eds.) Unrespectable radicals? Popular politics in the age of reform. Ashgate Publishing Company, Burlington, VT, pp. 71-89.
Durey, M. (2006) Thomas Paine's apostles: Radical emigres and the triumph of Jeffersonian republicanism. In: Kuklick, B., (ed.) Thomas Paine. Ashgate Publishing Company, Aldershot, England, pp. 187-214.
Durey, M. (2000) Marquess Cornwallis and the fate Irish rebel prisoners in the aftermath of the 1798 rebellion. In: Smyth, J., (ed.) Revolution, counter revolution and union: Ireland in the 1790s. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England, pp. 128-145.
Durey, M. (2000) The united Irishmen and the politics of banishment, 1798 - 1807. In: Davis, M.T., (ed.) Radicalism and revolution in Britain 1775 - 1848. Macmillan Press Ltd, Basingstoke, Hampshire, pp. 96-109.
Durey, M. (1991) Thomas Paine's Apostles: Radical emigres and the triumph of Jeffersonian republicanism. In: Onuf, P.S., (ed.) The New American Nation 1775-1820: Federalists and Republicans. Routledge, pp. 183-210.
Durey, M. (1989) Thomas Paine's Apostles: Radical emigres and the triumph of Jeffersonian republicanism. In: Banning, L., (ed.) After the constitution: Party conflict in the New Republic. Wadsworth Publishing Co., Belmont, CA, pp. 308-337.
Durey, M. (1985) Transatlantic patriotism: Political exiles and America in the age of revolutions. In: Williams, G.A., Emsly, C. and Walvin, J., (eds.) Artisans, Peasants, & Proletarians, 1760-1860. Croom Helm Ltd, Beckenham, Kent, 7 -31.
Durey, M. (1983) Medical elites, the general practitioner and patient power during the first cholera epidemic in Britain. In: Inkster, I. and Morrell, J., (eds.) Metropolis and Province: Science in British Culture, 1750-1850. Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) Ltd, London, England, 257 -278.
Durey, M. (2009) William Wickham, master spy: The secret war against the French Revolution. Pickering & Chatto, London, England.
Durey, M. (1998) Andrew Bryson's ordeal: An epilogue to the 1978 rebellion. Cork University Press, Cork, Ireland.
Durey, M. (1997) Transatlantic radicals and the early American republic. University Press of Kansas, Kansas, U.S.A.
Durey, M. (1990) With the hammer of truth: James Thomson Callender and America's early national heroes. University Press of Virginia, Virginia, U.S.A.
Durey, M. (1979) The return of the plague: British society and the cholera, 1831-2. Gill and Macmillan, Dublin, Ireland.
Durey, M. (1974) The first spasmodic cholera epidemic in York, 1832. Borthwick Publications.
Durey, M. (2000) The spy who never was: Confusion and misreadings in the allegations that Wordsworth was a British secret agent. TLS: The Times Literary Supplement, March 10, 2000 (5058). pp. 14-15.
Durey, M. (1998) Book review: Richard N. Rosenfeld. American Aurora: A Democratic-Republican Returns. The Suppressed History of Our Nation's Beginnings and the Heroic Newspaper that Tried to Report It. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1997. xi + 988 pp. $39.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-312-15052-5; $19.95 (paper), ISBN 978-0-312-19437-6. H-Net Online .