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regional distribution of wealth in England as indicated in the 1524/5 Lay Subsidy returns

John Sheail

regional distribution of wealth in England as indicated in the 1524/5 Lay Subsidy returns

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Published by List & Index Society in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wealth -- England.,
  • England -- Economic conditions -- Regional disparities.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn Sheail ; edited by R.W. Hoyle. Vol. 1.
    SeriesList & Index Society -- Vol.28
    ContributionsHoyle, R. W., List & Index Society.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii,195p. :
    Number of Pages195
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22431098M


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Hoyle. Imprint Kew, Richmond, Surrey: List and Index Society, Public Record Office, c Physical description 2 v.: maps ; 30 cm.English, Book, Illustrated, Government publication edition: The regional distribution of wealth in England as indicated in the /5 lay subsidy returns / John Sheail.

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Journal of Historical Geography, 13, 4 () Regional change in a pre-industrial economy: wealth and population in England in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries Chris Husbands Relatively little empirical research exists on large-scale regional changes in the early modern English economy, although local historiography is by:  , ‘The regional distribution of wealth in England as indicated in the /5 Lay Subsidy Returns’ (Ph.D.

thesis, University of London, ); figures from British Library, MS. Harley Figures for increased by 30 per cent, though Coventry's by 50 per cent, while all totals are increased by 20 per by: 5. The earlier period: There were many changes in the English countryside and in English life during the two and a half centuries between and It would seem that the popula [11 J.

Sheail, The regional distribution of wealth in England as indicated by the lay subsidy returns Cited by:   47 –5, figures taken from Sheail, J., ‘The Regional Distribution of Wealth in England as Indicated in the /5 Lay Subsidy Returns’ (PhD thesis, University of London, ), those for calculated from Braddick, Parliamentary Taxation, app.

: R. Hoyle. The Regional Distribution of Wealth in England as Indicated in the /5 Lay Subsidy Returns: Volume One. London: List and Index Society. London: List and Index Society. Beresford’s. The Lay Subsidy of London: British Academy. Hoyle, R. Tudor Taxation Records: a guide for users.

London: PRO Readers’ Guide 5. Sheail, J. The Regional Distribution of Wealth in England as Indicated in the /5 Lay Subsidy. Volume 1. London: List and Index Society Special Series Sheail, J. The Lay Subsidy of London: Oxford University Press.

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The Regional Distribution of Wealth in England as Indicated in the /5 Lay Subsidy. Volume 2. London: List and Index Society Special Series Diocesan Returns of Introduction. The distribution of regional wealth and population may be measured from the spread of taxation. Part I of the work examines the value of the lay subsidy surveys of and as source material.

The regional distribution of wealth in England as indicated in the /5 Lay Subsidy Returns, (). The Richmondshire Community of Gentry',Author: Nora Elaine Joynes.

The Regional Distribution of' Wealth in England as indicated in the Lay Subsidy Returns ()', (unpublished London University Ph.D. thesis), (). The Rise of' the British Coal Industry,Author: Simon Pawley. The regional distribution of wealth in England as indicated in the /5 lay subsidy returns.

J.D.S. Sheail. London Ph.D. Contemporary opinion upon the economic and social aspects of the Commonwealth, – W.R.D. Jones. Wales M.A. Rabbits and their history / John Sheail David and Charles Newton Abbot [England] The regional distribution of wealth in England as indicated in the /5 lay subsidy returns / John She Explore.

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General Information About Booth Library. Location: Book Stacks A-H ; J-L ; P-Z Level. AMH55 Hill, Kate, 16 J. Sheail, The distribution of regional wealth in England as indicated by lay subsidy returns /5 (London Univ. PhD Thesis, ). 17 Farnham, Medieval Villages Notes, IV,citing TNA E//, lay subsidy The /5 lay subsidy returns with county as well as national maps and analyses (Sheail ) are a useful resource for studying the uneven distribution of population and wealth within the region.

The relative poverty of the Bunter Sandstone region of Nottinghamshire, for example, stands in marked contrast to the affluence of the Trent valley. POPVER, POOR RELIEF, AND SOCIAL RELATIONS IN HOLLAND FEN, C. " ('and erratically) thereafter. The seventy-one households listed in the lay subsidy suggest a population of approximately souls.

Bythere were I I j households listed, implying j64 inhabitants, an increase of some 67 per cent. the distribution of. Tables Table. Analysis (by value, in percentages) of foodstuffs consumed by harvest workers at Sedgeford, Norfolk, Table Food allowances at Sedgeford, Norfolk.

The distribution of regional wealth in England as indicated in the lay subsidy returns of Bound typescript copy of/two volumes/see also revisions to gazetteer UM1 and UM2 Greatorex, Irene Seasonality and early modern towns: the timing of baptisms, marriages and burials in England,with particular reference to towns London: English Heritage.

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1 F.W. Maitland, Domesday Book and Beyond: Three Essays in the Early History of England (Cambridge, ), pp. 2 A. Macfarlane, The Origins of English Individualism: The Family, Property and Social Transition (Oxford, ). 3 B.M.S. Campbell, 'The 5/5(16). P.R.O., E/81/ 38 Deserted Medieval Villages, studies, ed.

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The case was most recently made by Edward A. Thompson, Saint Germanus of Auxerre and the End of Roman Britain (Woodbridge, ), pp. 95–7 The lay subsidy returns of –5 suggest a population total at that date of around two and a quarter million: E. Wrigley and R. Schofield, The Population History of England – A.

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