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Goose, Nigel
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: HIS
Paper given at British history c1500 - c1650 [E-seminars]
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    • 2. Some historians have claimed that the subsidies list households, although most accept that - as intended - males age 16 or over are listed: C.PhythianAdams, "Urban decay in late Medieval England", in P Abrams and E.A.Wrigley (eds.), Towns in societies (Cambridge, 1978), p. 170; N.R. Goose, "In search of the urban variable: towns and the English economy 1500-1650", Economic History Review, Vol. 39 (1986), p. 183; J.Sheail, "The distribution of taxable population and wealth in England during the early sixteenth century", Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, Vol. 55 (1972), pp. 111-26; A.Whiteman (ed.), The Compton Census of 1676: a critical edition, (Oxford, 1986), pp. xxv-xxxvi, lix-lxxvi.
    • 3. D.Palliser, The age of Elizabeth: England under the later Tudors 1547-1603, (London, 1983), Table 2.1, pp. 34-8.
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    • 20. N.R. Goose, "Economic and social aspects of provincial towns: a comparative study of Cambridge, Colchester and Reading circa 1500-1700", (unpublished PhD. thesis, University of Cambridge, 1984), pp. 241-5; Goose, "Household size", p. 353; M.C.Siraut, "Some aspects of the economic and social history of Cambridge under Elizabeth I", (unpublished M.Litt. thesis, University of Cambridge, 1978).
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    • 30. For Flamsted it proved necessary to use 1558-1564 to determine an annual average of baptisms as registration was defective thereafter. The data may thus be distorted by the mortality crisis of the late 1550s: Wrigley and Schofield, Population history, p. 333.
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    • 34. Goose, "Ecclesiastical returns", p. 47; Palliser, The age of Elizabeth, Table 2.1 and pp. 34-6; Wrigley and Schofield, Population history, Table 8.7, pp. 208-9.
    • 35. R.A. Houston, The population history of Britain and Ireland 1500-1700, (Basingstoke, 1992), p. 28.
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