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Industry, trade and people in Exeter 1688 - 1800, with special reference to the serge industry.

W. G. Hoskins

Industry, trade and people in Exeter 1688 - 1800, with special reference to the serge industry.

by W. G. Hoskins

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Published by Manchester University Press, for University College of the South-West of England in Manchester .
Written in English


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SeriesMonograph / University College of the South-West of England. History of Exeter Research Group -- no.6
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Open LibraryOL13743768M

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  The extent of economic change between and can be discerned through a glimpse at the state of economic and social conditions at home, and the growth of trade . As the entrepôot of the Devonshire cloth trade Exeter ranked third or fourth among provincial towns in population and wealth. The city had long been established as a fulling centre; but mill-owners were second in economic standing to the larger merchants, who profited from the great expansion of the port after the extension of the Exeter ship canal in

As British trade dominated the global economy, developing generating huge wealth for British industry, much of the profits from British trade were invested in capital projects around the world. Britain became in the second half of the 19th century not just the workshop of the world but the world's banker. Lead Editor: Harald Uhlig Editors: James J. Heckman, Emir Kamenica, Greg Kaplan, John List, Magne Mogstad, and Chad Syverson.


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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. 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.

24 Youings, Tuckers Hall Exeter, 90; Hoskins, Industry, Trade and People, –4. Based on citizen lists, MacCaffrey (Exeter, ) also described the Exeter economy in Author: Masaru Yoneyama. Strahan with nine presses in ran probably the biggest firm the London trade had ever seen and the output of Bowyer 'the most learned printer of the eighteenth century' was scarcely run of the mill.

Printers The size of the London book trades was largely dependent on the number of presses available to produce printed : Ian Maxted.

awarded in and his Ph.D. in were concerned with the history of Devon, and in he published his first book, Industry, Trade and People in Exeter,with special reference to the Serge Industry, which had formed part of his The Middling Sort of People: Culture, Society and Politics in England – (London, ) Barry, J., ed., The Tudor and Stuart Town: A Reader in English Urban History, ndash; (London.

xii,p; 30cm. ISBN Lists apprentices bound to members of the book trades in London and the provinces. Arranged by master with indexes of apprentices and places. The city of Exeter was anciently held under the crown by the rent of 25l. 12s. 6d., which rent was given by Maud, consort of William the Conqueror, to the priory of the Holy Trinity in London: it was paid to the priory in the reign of Edward I.

by the citizens, who held the city under Edmund Earl of Cornwall: a further rent of 13l. was. The first mention of the Mayor is recorded. An attempt was made to open a 'school' in Smythen did not progress.

The first record of an underground passage to supply water to the city is made. The first stone bridge over the Exe is completed by Walter Gervase. Work started on the Lady Chapel at the Cathedral. Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts (), Report on the records of the City of Exeter, London, OCLCOL M "Exeter".

England. Blue Guides. London: Macmillan. Hoskins. Industry, Trade and People in Exeter, – () W. Stanley Lewis and A. Shorter (). "The Evolution of Exeter. People on the move in Devon, c/ to c Professor Jane Whittle: Richard Harris: Civil Society in Cornwall.

Dr Garry Tregidga: Matthew Heaslip: The impact of financial cutbacks and restrictions upon the ability of the Royal Navy to realign itself, during the 's, to meet the challenges of the early Interwar period. Dr Tehyun Ma. Many historians describe the industrial revolution as a process rather than as an event.

The part that exports played can be shown as a virtuous circle: From onwards a new industry emerged in. The History of the City of Exeter Related data collections. Dictionary of National Biography, Volumes This database contains Volumes 1–22 of The Dictionary of National Biography, – Inside you can expect to find biographies of “notable” individuals including surname, birth place, parents’ names, residence, job history.

In the s there was a trade route between the colonies, England, and Africa, colonies gave I gland crops, for fine furniture, and processed goods, England gives there goods as well as the.

By the mid s, Exeter was home to people speaking French (Canadian), Chinese, German, Gaelic, Polish, Russian, Italian, and Swedish, to name but a few. Exeter's African-Americans could read and write, but could not find meaningful work on: PO Box Exeter, NH   Exeter was not, however, just a one-off location in the global slavery debate, instead, it had a long and varied history with slavery and abolitionism.

Well placed near the South Western tip of England, Exeter, and Devon more broadly, played a key role in the development of the slave trade.Exeter Historical Society Exeter, New Hampshire, United States We are the stewards of and advocates for the history of Exeter, New Hampshire.

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