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Faith, Place and People in Early Modern England - Essays in Honour of Margaret Spufford
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Introduction - Trevor Dean and Glyn Parry and Edward Vallance Margaret - Peter Spufford Religious Divisions in the Localities: Catholics, Puritans and the Established Church before the Civil Wars - William Sheils 'Neither Godly professors, nor dumb dogges': Reconstructing Conformist Protestant Beliefs and Practice in Earls Colne, Essex, c.1570-1620 - Henry French The Sad Fortunes of the Reverend John Perkins: Scenes of Clerical Life in Late Seventeenth-Century England - Steve Hindle The Heralds and the Hearth Tax - Adrian Ailes The Hearth Tax and the Poor in Post-Restoration Woking - Catherine Ferguson Reassessing the English 'Financial Revolution': Credit Transferability in Probate Records of Sedbergh and Maidstone, 1610-1790 - Patricia Wyllie 'Flowered silk is little worn but gold and silver striped is much worn': Metropolitan Clothing Consumption in Late Seventeenth-Century Sussex - Danae Tankard A Cuckold in Space: The 'Ballading' of Stephen Seagar, 1669 - Christopher W. Marsh Marginal People in a Stressful Culture: Itinerants, Gypsies and 'Counterfeit Egyptians' in Margaret Spufford's England - David Cressy Bibliography of Margaret Spufford's works Index

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Henry French is Professor of Social History at the University of Exeter. He has published on rural society in England, as well as the landed elite, and the use of urban common lands in England.

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An excellent collection, rich in detail, wide-ranging, thoroughly grounded in socio-economic history and the sources, and a fitting tribute to the life and abiding influence of Margaret Spufford. * ECCLESIOLOGY TODAY *
For those familiar with the scholarship of Margaret Spufford, Faith, Place and People in Early Modern England is a sublime paean commemorating her contributions to the field of social and economic history. This compilation of essays, many written by former students and colleagues of Spufford, not only displays the influence she had on those around her, but also demonstrates the ongoing impact she continues to exert in the study of early modern history. * H-NET *
The collection as a whole is well produced and nicely illustrated. The essays are interesting and of a consistently high academic quality. -- Jonathan Healey * Journal of British Studies *

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