Nightingale, Pamela

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NIGHTINGALE, Pamela. British, b. 1938. Genres: History. Career: Archivist, 1963-66; research assistant to the Reverend Honorable Lord Glendevon, 1967-69; Open University, tutor, 1972-79; Worker's Educational Association, lecturer, 1972-79. Honorable Librarian, Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society, 1974-80; chairman, Historical Association, Buckinghamshire branch, 1974-80; Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Publications: Trade and Empire in Western India, 1784-1806, 1970; (with C. Slerine) Macartney at Kashgar: New Light on British, Chinese and Russian Activities in Singkiang, 1890-1918, 1973; Fortune and Integrity: A Study of Moral Attitudes in the Indian Diary of George Paterson, 1769-74, 1985; A Medieval Mercantile Community, 1995. Contributor of academic articles on medieval economic and monetary history to scholarly journals. Address: Ashmolean Museum, Beaumont St, Oxford OX1 2PH, England.