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Power and the professions in Britain, 1700-1850
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On the Parish?: The Micro-Politics of Poor Relief in Rural England c. 1550-1750
Introduction: Poverty Beyond Public Policy 1. Shift 2. Dole 3. Work 4. Collection 5. Exclusion 6. Negotiation Conclusion: The Changing Experience of Poor Relief Bibliography Index
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Dependency, Shame and Belonging: Badging the Deserving Poor, c.1550–1750
The badging of the poor under the terms of the statute of 1697 has long been regarded as the most visible expression of the repressive and discriminatory nature of the welfare regime established byExpand
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On the Parish
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POWER, POOR RELIEF, AND SOCIAL RELATIONS IN HOLLAND FEN, c. 1600–1800
In a recent contribution to the debate over the operational significance of the Old Poor Law, Peter Solar has argued that ‘the local financing of poor relief gave English property owners,Expand
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Crime, justice, and discretion in England, 1740-1820.
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Hierarchy and community in the Elizabethan parish: The Swallowfield Articles of 1596
The politics of the parish are increasingly attracting the attention of historians of early modern England. The exploration of the depth and extent of popular participation in the process ofExpand
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The Experience of Authority in Early Modern England
Preface - List of Figures - List of Maps - The Politics of the Parish in Early Modern England K. Wrightson - Reformation of Manners in Early Modern England M. Ingram - Custom, Memory and theExpand
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