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Tudor And Stuart Devon

The Common Estate and Government



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A collection of essays on various parts of the history of Devon in the Tudor and Stuart period, this volume includes a colour reproduction and a chapter discussing the significance of a newly discovered 16th-century map of Exeter. Other subjects include Katherine Courtenay, Countess of Devon; tinworking in four Devon stannaries; the legislative activities of Devon's MPs during the reign of Elizabeth I; landed society and the emergence of the country house; North Devon maritime enterprise; English wine imports with special reference to the Devon ports; fishing and the commercial world of early Stuart Dartmouth; and the clergy in Devon, 1641-1661.
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October 1st, 1992
Contributions by Alison Grant Contributions by Audrey M. Erskine Contributions by David Dean Contributions by Frank Barlow Contributions by Ian Gowers Contributions by Todd Gray Contributions by Tom Greeves Edited by Audrey M. Erskine Edited by Margery M. Rowe Edited by Todd Gray
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United Kingdom
University of Exeter Press
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