A History of Agriculture and Prices in England: From the Year After the Oxford Parliament (1259) to the Commencement of the Continental War (1793), Volume 1
Arthur George Liddon Rogers
Clarendon Press, 1866 - Agricultural prices
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abundant accounts acre Alton Barnes appears Apuldrum average price bailiff Barley Basingstoke Beans Black Death bought bushels cheap cheaper Cheddington cheese clove considerable corn cost Cuxham dear dearer decennial averages drage effected Elham England entries evidence fact farm fleece fourteenth century gallon Gamlingay given harvest high price higher highest price Holywell horses Ibstone iron kinds of grain labour Lambs land latter Letherhead localities London lower Lullington Maldon malt manor manufactured Market Overton medieval Merton College Oats occasionally Oxford Oxfordshire paid payment peas period Plague Ponteland pound price of wheat probably produce proportionate purchased quantity quarter quoted reckoned rise ro ro scanty seed seems sheep sold Southampton supplied Sussex tenants vetches villenage wages weight wheat Wheat prices Wolford Wolrichston wool