|Title:||A City Full of People: Men and Women of London 1650-1750|
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|Publisher:||Methuen; First Edition edition (April 1, 1995)|
A history of the men and women of London between 1650 and 1750.
Earle details what the city looked like in addition the lives of everyday people. He uses court depositions and reprints lengthy sections of from over 1436 testimonies. A good read, even if parts of some of his information is out-dated. Feb 01, 2017 Annm rated it really liked it. I thought this would be dry and boring, but the author has done a nice job of bringing data to life.
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A City Full of People: Men and Women of London 1650-1750. ISBN 9780413681706 (978-0-413-68170-6) Hardcover, Methuen, 1995. Find signed collectible books: 'A City Full of People: Men and Women of London 1650-1750'. The Last Fight of the Revenge. ISBN 9780413774842 (978-0-413-77484-2) Softcover, Methuen Publishing Ltd, 2006. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates.
As Philip Curt in points out in his recent book, Cross-cultural Trade in World History (Cambridge University Press, 1984), people have generally been suspicious of merchants and even moreso of foreigners; yet traders have often been outsiders required to act as brokers between distinct cultures and economies. A City Full of People: Men and Women of London, 1650-1750by Peter EarleDocuments. Merchants and Affiliates Struggle to Navigate New York'sDocuments. The Indian Merchants Delhi IndiaBusiness. Wrigley, E. A. A Simple Model of London's Importance in Changing English Society and Economy, 1650-1750. Past and Present, 37 (1967). Earle, P. The Female Labour Market in London in the Late Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries.
Books by Peter Earle, The world of Defoe, The making of the English middle class, Sailors, Corsairs of Malta and Barbary, Robert E. Lee, The pirate wars, The sack of Panamá, Monmouth's rebels. A city full of people: Men and Women of London 1650-1750. Last Fight of the Revenge.
4 White, London in the Eighteenth Century; Peter Earle, A City Full of People: Men and Women of London, 1650-1750, (1994), p. 117; Ian Archer, The Pursuit of Stability: Social Relations in Elizabethan London, (Cambridge, 1991); . Relatives, in Tim Hitchcock, Peter King and Pamela Sharpe (ed., Chronicling poverty : the voices and strategies of the English poor, 1640-1840, (1997), in Steven King and. Alannah Tompkins (ed. The Poor in England 1700-1850, An Economy of Makeshifts.
The exception is Peter Earle’s A City Full of People, subtitled Men and Women of London 1650-1750, published in 1994, which leans for its scholarship about the subject on Walter Stern’s The Porters of London, written in 1960. This lack of general knowledge about the people who played an irreplaceable role in London’s economy from the 17th to the 19th centuries, one that was the equivalent of white van delivery driver, motorcycle courier and postman rolled into one, meant confusion for beer writers in the 1970s when they came to write about porter the drink