Readership: Scholars and students of late medieval and early modern English, Irish, and European history; especially crusade historians, historians of religion, and military historians.
"...a masterly examination of a little-understood military community in the late-medieval British Isles ..." - David Grummitt, The Ricardian
"...this book is the fundamental study on all aspects of the history of the Hospitallers in the British Isles in the later middle ages...[and] is an important study that contributes much to our understanding of late-medieval history." - Jurgen Sarnowsky, Institute of Historical Research
"...this book is undoubtedly a welcome addition, both to the study of the Hospitallers and the military orders in general" - Simon Phillips, Southern History Society, Vol.
"O'Malley's research...is exceptionally thorough and his analysis is painstaking and judicious." - Norman Housley, Journal of Ecclesiastical History
2: The Hospital in England and Wales c.1460-1540: The Prior, His Brethren and Conventual Life
3: The Administration and Finances of the Priory of England
4: The Hospital and Society in England and Wales
5: The Hospital and the English Crown 1468-1501
6: The Hospital and the English Crown 1501-1540
7: The Hospital in Ireland and Scotland 1460-1564
8: The English Langue in Rhodes, Italy and Malta c.1460-1540
9: Brethren and Conformists 1540-1559