Oxford Council Acts 1701 1752

Oxford Council Acts  1701 1752

Author: Oxford (England). City Council

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ISBN: OCLC:1101336138

Category: Oxford (England)

Page: 390

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Oxford Council Acts 1701 1752

Oxford Council Acts  1701 1752

Oxford Council Acts ( 1666-1701 ) . Edited by Miss M. G. Hobson and the Rev. H. E. Salter . ( 215. ) 3. Magdalen School , A History of Magdalen College School , Oxford , by R. S. STANIER . [ Publication assisted by Friends of the School ...

Author: Oxford (England)

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ISBN: WISC:89039186101

Category: Oxford (England)

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Terrae filius Or The Secret History of the University of Oxford 1721 1726

Terrae filius  Or  The Secret History of the University of Oxford  1721 1726

Hobson , M. G. Oxford Council Acts , 17011752 . Oxford : Clarendon Press , 1954 . Howson , Gerald . Thief - Taker General : The Rise and Fall of Jonathan Wild . London : Hutchinson , 1970 . Hurst , Herbert .

Author: Nicholas Amhurst

Publisher: University of Delaware Press

ISBN: 0874138019

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 500

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Although Amhurst was often dismissed by nineteenth-century historians of Oxford as a bitter "slanderer of his university," his work stands as the single most important and reliable contemporarily published account of life in early eighteenth-century Oxford. The Terrae-Filius essays, despite their satirical bent, also demonstrate that Amhurst had a deep respect for the institution and a clear vision of the intellectual ideas it should embody. This modern critical edition reprints all fifty-three Terrae-Filius essays (including the three omitted from the 1726 collected editions) and provides an introduction and extensive explanatory notes that set the essays in their historical and cultural context."--BOOK JACKET.
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Armies and Political Change in Britain 1660 1750

Armies and Political Change in Britain  1660 1750

Oxford Council Acts , 1701-1752 ( Oxford , 1954 ) . Howard , Edward . A Panegyrick to His Highness the Duke of York on His Sea - Fight with the Dutch June 3rd 1665 ( London , 1666 ) . Howell , T. B. , ed . A Complete Collection of State ...

Author: Hannah Smith

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780198851998

Category: History

Page: 368

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Armies and Political Change in Britain, 1660 - 1750 explores significant continuities and developments in the armed forces across the reigns of seven monarchs, using a vivid and extensive array of archival, literary, and artistic material to present a new perspective on the political and military history of Britain.
Categories: History

Markets Market Culture and Popular Protest in Eighteenth century Britain and Ireland

Markets  Market Culture and Popular Protest in Eighteenth century Britain and Ireland

Fackson's Oxford Journal , 18 October 1800 . 48 Ogle , ' Oxford market , p . 3 ; M. G. Hobson , Oxford Council Acts , 17011752 , Oxford Historical Society , NS , Vol . X , 1954 , p . xviii . 49 Crossley , Victoria History , p . 161 .

Author: Adrian Randall

Publisher: Liverpool University Press

ISBN: 085323700X

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 199

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This volume is concerned with markets, market culture and popular protest in eighteenth-century Britain and Ireland. The chapters focus upon both urban and rural communities: towns and cities, villages and corporations, colliers and tradesmen all feature in these studies since the market was ubiquitous and universal. How it was managed, however, varied from place to place and from time to time and the process of management provides us with a major insight into the social, political and economic relationships of eighteenth-century Britain. Some readers will see in these chapters evidence of the heterogeneity of these relations, but others will recognize that, for all the apparent differences, on basic issues of provisioning there was a remarkable uniformity. Following an introductory chapter, contributions focus on protest in relation to customary corn measures, opposition to turnpikes, resistance to the Cider Tax, scarcity and market management in Bristol, the moral economy of "the English middling sort", Oxford food riots and the Irish famine 1799–1801.
Categories: Business & Economics