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Geography. 24 (3): – JSTOR Aileen Fox. Roman Exeter () Connie S. Evans (). "' An Echo of the Multitude': The Intersection of Governmental and Private Poverty Initiatives in Early Modern Exeter". William Hoskins was the great popularizer of local history and, at the same time, the leading academic figure in the subject.
He was descended from a long line of Devon yeomen and Exeter bakers. His MA thesis at Exeter University was turned into his first book, Industry, Trade and People in Exeter, – (). Exeter grew to become the 4th most prosperous town in the United Kingdom. And the Stentifords. Let's examine some of the clues and pointers to their involvement in the woollen industry, beginning with Professor Hoskin's map taken from his book "Industry, Trade and People in Exeter " *.
Industry, Trade and People in Exeterby W.G. Hoskins, University of Exeter (2nd edition) Exeter Militia Listedited by W.G. Hoskins, PhillimoreSBN(containing a full list of men in the parish between the ages of 17 and 55).
Hoskins, W.J. Industry, Trade and People in Exeterwith special reference to the serge industry, Manchester, University College of South-West England (Monograph No. 6) () pp. Hoskins, W.G. Old Exeter. A Description of its Growth and Old Buildings, London, Compton-Dando () 24 pp.
[DFHS Library p/EXE] Hoskins, W.G. Hoskins suggested the broad outline of social structure in early modern Exeter, W. Hoskins, Industry, Trade and People in Exeter - (Exeter: The University of Exeter, ) Joyce Youings investigated the institutional structure of the Tucker’s Hall guild of clothworkers, Joyce Youings, Tuckers Hall Exeter.
At the time of the Hearth Tax the population was reckoned to be rather more than 1, Hoskins comments "The majority of the inhabitants must have consisted of a labouring population dependent upon the energy, activity and accumulated wealth of other men" (from Industry, Trade and People in Exeter ).
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No recommendations yet Figure of Hate by Bernard Knight. No recommendations yet. Industry, Trade and People in Exeter, by W. Hoskins. Sources on Cullompton and the Cloth Trade. W.G. Hoskins, Industry Trade and People in Exeter Chapman, The records of the Sun Fire company [inexact title]: records of c 40 Cullompton sergemakers insured with the Sun Company in the eighteenth century.
24 Youings, Tuckers Hall Exeter, 90; Hoskins, Industry, Trade and People, –4. Based on citizen lists, MacCaffrey (Exeter, ) also described the Exeter economy in the early seventeenth century.
The locus classicus is H. Habakkuk, ‘English Landownership, –′, Economic History Review, 1st ser. X (); subsequently developed further in ‘Marriage Settlements in the Eighteenth Century’, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 4th ser.
XXXII (); ‘The English Land Market in the Eighteenth Century’, in J. Bromley and E. Kossman, eds. Britain and the. Author of Devon, The making of the English landscape, Local history in England, Fieldwork in local history, The Midland peasant, Devon and its people, Industry, trade and people in Exeter,Leicestershire.
book and reflects the level of importance the surveyor attached to this survey and Trade and People in Exeter,second edition. Industry, Trade, and People in Exeter, Cruickshanks & Erskine-Hill, W.G. Hoskins, Industry, Trade and People in Exeter, (2nd ed., Exeter, ), charts the decline in the serge industry following the Treaty of Utrecht in During the eighteenth century Devon routinely returned two Tory Members of Parliament without contest.
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Sources: Discovering St Leonard's by Gilbert Venn, a Flying Post article from by the, Rev. Oliver, Industry, trade and people in Exeter W G Hoskins, DRO document M/L2/6 and Tuckers Hall by Joyce Youing.
Sources: All that Glitters by Gapper & Denton, Industry, Trade and People in Exeter W G Hoskins, Tuckers Hall – Joyce Youing and the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. │ Top of Page │. By Naomi Riches The Roots of American Civilisation. By Curtis P. Nettels The Londonderry Plantation, – By T.
Moody The Corporation of Leicester, – By R. Greaves Industry, Trade and People in Exeter, –, with special reference to the Serge Industry. By W. Hoskins The Court Books of the Lee & Corporation. Hoskins, Industry, Trade and People in Exeter – with Special Reference to the Serge Industry (Manchester, ), p.
Google Scholar. 24 Youings, T uckers Hall Exeter, 90; Hoskins, Industry, T rade and People, –4. Based on citizen Based on citizen lists, MacCaffrey (Exeter, ) also described the Exeter economy in the.
'Industry, Trade and People In Exeter - '; William Hoskins, 'An Elizabethan Guild of the City of Exeter'; William Cotton, 'Memorials of Old Devonshire'; F.J.
Snell, 'Devon and Cornwall, Notes and Queries: Vol 1' 'The History of the Suburbs of Exeter. The Wiltshire Woollen Industry in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries; the serge industry of Devonshire discussed by W. Hoskins, Industry, Trade and People of Exeter, illustrates the second group; and now this book joins H.
Heaton, rorkshire. Woollen and Worsted Industries to illustrate the third. 1 day ago A UK-US trade deal could eliminate tariffs of up to 25% on South West dairy products and cheese sold in the US (Image: Stock Adobe) “The thing with.
They had been in Holland during a slump in trade, but now that the markets were improving, Stansfield was eager to find a buyer: The Cloth Industry in the West of England from – (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ) pp. 11– Google Scholar.
Trade and People in Exeter, – (Manchester: Manchester University Press. Little confidence can be placed in these figures; but in any case they relate to the height of the pre‐war boom, when trade may have reached the levels of – 3 W. G. Hoskins, Industry, Trade and People in Exeter, – (Manchester ), p.
Exeter exports of serges were $ th., total woollen exports from outports $Industry, Trade and People in Exeter, by W.G.
Hoskins it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating — published — 2 editions.Industry, Trade and People in Exeter, (History of Exeter Research Group.
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