New Historical Geography of England

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Henry Clifford Darby
CUP Archive, Dec 6, 1973 - History - 767 pages
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Analytic survey of the changing face of England, countryside and town, from the coming of the Anglo-Saxons to 1914.
 

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Contents

Land use in Middlesex 1754 page
2
Population change 16001700
6
Population change 17001801
7
The assessment of 1707
8
Population in 1801 by counties
11
Market gardens in the London area circa 1800
17
Enclosure of common field 17001800
23
Watermeadows along the River Avon Hampshire
33
Average size of parishes in 1851
232
Agricultural employment in 1851 percentages
236
5O Corn and grazing counties in 1850
239
arable land circa 1840
250
permanent grass circa 1840 15
254
Employment in coalmining in 1851
257
Employment in metal manufacturing in 1851
261
Employment in woollen and worsted manufacturing in 1851
263

Marsh and heath in north Shropshire 1752
36
Soil regions of Norfolk 1804
41
Light soils of east Yorkshire and Lincolnshire
42
3 The parks of southern Buckinghamshire 1824
47
4 Waste land circa 1800 fo 5 The cloth industry circa 1720
59
Iron furnaces and forges 1717
64
7 Output and consumption of pigiron in 1717
65
Canals and waterways 180050
76
9 Coastwise shipment of coal from Newcastle in 1731
78
2o London 16001800
86
ENGLAND circa 1800
89
Population in 1801
93
The regions of Wiltshire 1794
99
The regions of the North Riding of Yorkshire 1794
101
Land use circa 1800 by counties
105
Crop returns for Leicestershire 1801
107
References to the growing of turnips circa 1800
110
References to marling and liming circa 1800
116
Parks circa 1820
129
Wool and worsted industries circa 1800 39
139
Textile industries other than wool and worsted circa 1800 4I
145
3 Iron output from blast furnaces 1806
148
Boulton and Watt steam engines circa 1800 52
152
CHANGES IN THE EARLY RAILWAY
165
County of birth of the inhabitants of four centres in 1851
169
Distribution of Irish immigrants 1851
171
Population change 180151
174
3 Enclosure of common field circa 17001870 by Registration Districts
176
Enclosure of commons and waste circa 17001870 by Registration Districts 79
179
Water power in the textile industry 1838 and 1850
192
Steam power in the textile industry 1838 and 1850 93
193
employment in factories 1838 and 1850 95
195
employment in factories 1838 and 1850
196
employment in factories 1838 and 1850 page
197
employment in factories 1838 and 1850
198
Canals and waterways of the Midlands and the north 18oof 5
225
ENGLAND circa 1850
227
Population in 1851
230
Employment in miscellaneous textile manufacturing in 1851
265
Employment in miscellaneous manufacturing in 1851
269
Railways 184050
271
Chief towns in 1851
279
Population change 18511911
298
3 Abandoned arable land in south Essex 1894
310
4 Tillage in 1875 and 1913
313
5 Dairy cattle in 1875 and 1913 34
317
Orchards in 1875 and 1913
320
Output of coal 18551913
329
9 Yorks Derby and Notts coalfield in 1855 and 1900
330
Output of iron ore 18551913
332
Northamptonshire ironfield in 1855 1873 and 1900
333
Blast furnaces in 1855
334
Blast furnaces in 1913
335
Railways 18501900
347
Chief towns 18511911 35
356
Port tonnage British and foreign in 1855 34
364
7 London circa 18001900
368
Metropolitan Police District 1839 and County 1888
372
ENGLAND circa 1900
374
Population in 1901
376
distribution of heavy soils
381
Land use in 1900 by counties
386
Coalfields and iron mines or quarries in 1900
398
builtup areas circa 1900
402
builtup areas circa 1900
404
builtup areas circa 1900
408
builtup areas circa 1900
416
builtup areas circa 1900 page
417
builtup areas circa 1900
422
builtup areas circa 1900
426
Industrial London west 1898
430
Industrial London east 1898
431
builtup area circa 1900
439
The county of London and boroughs circa 1900
442
Index
447
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