The Economic History Review


Volume 46 Issue 2
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Pages: 410-428
Published online: February 11, 2008DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0289.1993.tb01342.x

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Books reviewed in this article: GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND P. R. Coss, Lordship, knighthood and locality: a study in English society, c. 1180-c. 1280 Ian W. Archer, The history of the Haberdashers’Company David Harris Sacks, The widening gate: Bristol and the Atlantic economy, 1450-1700 Beverly Lemire, Fashion’s favourite: the cotton trade and the consumer in Britain, 1660-1800. Stanley Chapman, Merchant enterprise in Britain from the industrial revolution to World War I Gerry Kearns and Charles W. J. Withers, eds., Urbanising Britain: essays on class and community in the nineteenth century S. W. F. Holloway, The Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, 1841-1991: a political and social history Eleanor Gordon, Women and the labour movement in Scotland, 1850-1914 Chris Wrigley and John Shepherd, eds., On the move: essays in labour and transport history presented to Philip Bagwell Derek Fraser, ed., Cities, class and communication: essays in honour of Asa Briggs GENERAL Judith Eisenberg Vichniac, The management of labor: the British and French iron industries, 1860-1918 Kenneth Moule, Managing the franc Poincare: economic understanding and political constraint in French monetary policy, 1928-1936 Anthony H. Galt, Far from the church bells: settlement and society in an Apulian town Sheila Fitzpatrick, Alexander Rabinowitch, and Richard Stites, eds., Russia in the era of NEP: explorations in Soviet society and culture James D. Tracy, ed., The political economy of merchant empires: state power and world trade, 1350-1750 Jonathan Barry and Colin Jones, eds., Medicine and charity before the welfare state Rudolph J. Vecoli and Suzanne M. Sinke, eds., A century of European migrations, 1830-1930 Barbara L. Solow, ed., Slavery and the rise of the Atlantic system Ira Berlin and Philip D. Morgan, eds., The slaves’economy: independent production by slaves in the Americas