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English Population History from Family Reconstitution 1580-1837
List of figures List of tables Part I: 1. Introduction 2. The reconstitution parishes 3. Representativeness 4. Reliability Part II: 5. Nuptiality 6. Mortality 7. Fertility Part III: 8. ReconstitutionExpand
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Urban growth and agricultural change: England and the Continent in the early modern period
An examination of the relationship between economic growth and urban growth in England and the rest of Europe in the early modern period is presented. In particular the author attempts to determineExpand
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Family limitation in pre-industrial England.
  • E. Wrigley
  • Geography, Medicine
  • The Economic history review
  • 1 April 1966
Data on baptisms marriages and burials obtained from the parish registers of Colyton in east Devon England from 1538-1837 were used to identify fertility changes in the parish during that period. TheExpand
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Energy and the English Industrial Revolution
  • E. Wrigley
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A…
  • 19 August 2010
Societies before the Industrial Revolution were dependent on the annual cycle of plant photosynthesis for both heat and mechanical energy. The quantity of energy available each year was thereforeExpand
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The population history of England, 1541-1871 : a reconstruction
Introductory note Related publications Preface to the first edition Introduction Part I. From Parish Register Data to National Vital Series: 1. The basic data 2. The representativeness of the date 3.Expand
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Poverty, Progress, and Population
Introduction: 1. In search of the industrial revolution Part I. The Wellsprings of Growth: 2. The divergence of England: the growth of the English economy in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuriesExpand
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