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Women, credit, and debt in early modern Scotland
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To content and pay : women's economic roles in Edinburgh, Haddington and Linlithgow, 1560-1640
Networks of debt and credit formed a cornerstone of the early modern economy. Nearly all members of society participated in these networks, including women. In northwestern Europe, the resulting debtExpand
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‘For His Interest’? Women, Debt and Coverture in Early Modern Scotland
On 24 February 1629, George Reid and Isabel King, his wife, were ordered by the Burgh Court of Edinburgh to pay £6 10s. to James Graham and his wife, Agnes Johnston, for cloth. While this case isExpand
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For her interest