Study Number 1384: Slave Trade Movement between Africa and the Americas, 1817-1843: Data includes: ship's port of arrival, date of arrival, type of vessel, tonnage, master's name, number of guns, number of crew, national flag, number of slaves, port of departure, number of days of voyage, mortality.
Study Number 1385: English Slave Trade, 1791-1799: House of Lords Survey: Data includes: ship's name, tonnage, home port of ship, departure date, African port of arrival, date of African arrival, slaves taken on board (total number), slave mortality, slaves relanded before African port departure, number of slaves shipped, date of African departure, American port of arrival, date of arrival in New World, number of slaves landed, date ship left America.
Study Number 1819: Sheerness Naval Dockyard Study - Enumerators Books, 1851 to 1871: Census enumerators data was collected for all dockyard workers and included all information about the individuals (i.e. age, sex, marital status, occupation, birthplace) and most information about their household and family situations.
Study Number 2101: Treatymaking in the Interwar Period, 1921 to 1942: Data includes: Bilateral treaty-making, activities of the permanent Court of Justice, war; and, geographical proximity, cultural dissimilarity, prior patterns of bilateral friendship and antagonism.
Study Number 2537: French Privateering, 1793 to 1815: Data includes: names of ship, captain, managing owner; port from which vessel sailed; vessel's tonnage, numbers of cannon, carronades, swivel guns; size of crew; year when vessel made its cruise and year of construction; indicators of whether the vessel was captured and whether sailing with Guerre et marchandise marque. Additional information based on the records of the High Court of Admiralty shows the name of the ship, the name of the captain, the name of the captor vessel, the vessel's tonnage, the size of the crew and the date of capture.
Study Number 2923: Liverpool Trade and Shipping, 1744 to 1786: Liverpool overseas trade and shipping; trans-atlantic voyage patterns; slave trade; Liverpool shipowners and merchants; war and its impact on trade and shipping.
Study Number 3101: European State Finance Database - European Armies, Sizes, 1660 to 1861: The files in this dataset relate to the datafiles held in the Leicester database in the directory /armies/*.*. The interest of this data in the longer term is to build up a run of statistics for the period of the so-called `military revolution'. This was a decisive factor in the increase of state expenditure on war and the creation of the so-called `fiscal military state'. It may also be possible to build up, in the longer term, calculations of a relative state efficiency (expenditure in terms of army size), relative state mobilization (army size in terms of overall population levels) and an index of state expenditure in real terms (via the cost of payment of armies).
Study Number 3145: Height and Weight of West Point Cadets, 1843 to 1894: These data supply information on cadet's last name, age, height, weight, place of birth (state), place of appointment (state), and the date of the physical examination. In addition, family background data, such as whether parents were alive, father's occupation, income of parents, head of household, and urban/rural location of family residence, are provided.
Study Number 3441: Correlates of War Project - International and Civil War Data, 1816 to 1992: This data collection consists of two files. Part 1, the International Wars file, describes the experience of each interstate member in each war. The unit of analysis is the participant in a particular conflict. When and where each interstate member fought is coded, along with battle and total deaths, pre-war population and armed forces, and whether the member in question initiated the conflict. Each war is characterized as interstate, colonial, or imperial, and major power status and/or central system membership of the warring parties is noted. Part 2, the Civil Wars file, describes when and where fighting took place, whether the war was fought within the boundaries of a major power or central system member, whether there was outside intervention and, if so, whether the intervening state was a major power, on what side they intervened, who won the war, number of battle deaths, total population, and total number of pre-war armed forces.
Study Number 4492: Great Powers Wars, 1495 to 1815: Variables in this collection include the duration of each war, its severity in terms of the number of battle-connected deaths, the extent of the war (defined as the number of great powers participating in the fighting), magnitude of the war (combining extent and duration indicators), and the concentration of war (the ratio of severity to magnitude).