Production and Consumption in English Households 1600–1750
Routledge, Aug 2, 2004 - Business & Economics - 264 pages
This economic, social and cultural analysis of the nature and variety of production and consumption activities in households in Kent and Cornwall yields important new insights on the transition to capitalism in England.
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agrarian appraisers arable baking brewing by-employment Cambridge University Press cent of households cent of inventories chamber clocks commercial farming consumer cooking Cornish households Cornish inventories Cornwall and Kent counties court cupboards craft dairying decline domestic early eighteenth century early modern Britain early modern England early seventeenth century economic England English equipment evidence example Exeter farmers food preservation furniture gentry Goudhurst groups Gwennap Hearth Tax houses husbandman identified increased indicating industry involved Kent and Cornwall Kent inventories Kentish households labour linen logistic regression London Luxulyan Madron maritime material culture mean median number mining Overton ownership parishes parlour percentages period pewter plates pottery Poughill probate inventories production activities proportion of households proportion of inventories recorded retailing Routledge rural sample seventeenth century Shammas Smarden social specialised spinning St Columb Major suggests Table textile Thirsk Tregony types University of Exeter urban women yeoman