The Economic History Review


Volume 29 Issue 1
Pages: 146-201
Published online: February 11, 2008DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0289.1976.tb00248.x

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Book Reviewed in this article: Christopher Brooke, assisted by Gillian Keir. London, 800-1216: The Shaping of a City. John Morris (Gen. Ed.). Domesday Book. New translation published by county in parallel text. First three volumes: Huntingdonshire, Middlesex, Surrey. V. H. Galbraith. Domesday Book: Its Place in Administrative History. G. P. Cuttino (Ed.), with the collaboration of J.-P. Trabut-Cussac. Gascon Register A (Series of 1318-1319). Edited from British Museum Cottonian MS. Julius E. i. R. H. Hilton. The English Peasantry in the Later Middle Ages. The Ford Lectures for 1973 and Related Studies. Jean Vanes (Ed.). The Ledger of John Smythe, 1538-1550 W. C. Richardson (Ed.) The Report of the Royal Commission 0/1552. The Conference on British Studies at West Virginia University. Archives of British History and Culture. Vol in. C. W. Chalklin and M. A. Havinden (Eds.) Rural Change and Urban Growth, 1500-1800: Essays in English Regional History in Honour of W. G. Hoskins James Whetter. Cornwall in the iyth Century. An Economic Survey of Kernow. D. Morgan Rees. Industrial Archaeology of Wales. Alistair G. Thomson. The Paper Industry in Scotland, 1590-1861. S. G. Checkland. Scottish Banking: A History, 1695-1973. J. R. McCulloch. A Treatise on the Principles and Practical Influence of Taxation and the Funding System (ed. D. P. O’Brien). L. A. Williams. Road Transport in Cumbria in the Nineteenth Century. David Jones. Chartism and the Chartists. S. G. and E. O. A. Checkland (Eds.). The Poor Law Report of 1834. Martha Vicinus. The Industrial Muse. A Study of Nineteenth-century Working-class Literature. Michael Sanderson. The Universities in the Nineteenth Century. Hugh Mcleod. Class and Religion in the Late Victorian City. P. N. Backstrom. Christian Socialism and Co-operation in Victorian England: Edward Vansittart Neale and the Co-operative Movement. J. R. Hay. The Origins of the Liberal Welfare Reforms, 1906-14. B. R. Mitchell. European Historical Statistics, 1750-1970. James C. Davis. A Venetian Family and its Fortune, 1500-1900: The Dona and the Conservation of their Wealth. Richard B. Sheridan. Sugar and Slavery: An Economic History of the British West Indies, 1623-1775. Julian Gwyn, The Enterprising Admiral: The Personal Fortune of Admiral Sir Peter Warren. Reed G. Geiger. The Anzin Coal Company, 1800-23. Big Business in the Early Stages of the French Industrial Revolution. Josep Fontana Lazaro. La quiebra de la monarquia absoluta, 1814-20. 2nd rev. ed. Josep Fontana Lazaro. Hacienda y estado: 1823-33. Peter N. Stearns. Lives of Labour. Work in a Maturing Industrial Society. Douglas R. McManis. Colonial New England: A Historical Geography. W. Woodruff. America’s Impact on the World. A Study of the Role of the United States in the World Economy, 1750-1970. Elting E. Morison. From Know-How to Nowhere: The Development of American Technology. Peter Temin. Causal Factors in American Economic Growth in the Nineteenth Century. Jeffrey G. Williamson. Late Nineteenth Century American Development: A General Equilibrium History. Jim Potter. The American Economy between the World Wars. Thomas R. H. Havens. Farm and Nation in Modern Japan: Agrarian Nationalism, 1870-1940. Samir Radwan. Capital Formation in Egyptian Industry & Agriculture, 1882-1967. Anthony Clayton and Donald C. Savage. Government and Labour in Kenya, 1895-1963. Marcello de Cecco Money and Empire: The International Gold Standard, 1890-1914. Rudolf Wissell. Des alten Handwerks Recht und Gewohnheit. Bd. I. Zweite, erweiterte und bearbeitete Ausgabe, hrsg. von Ernst Schraepler. Einzelveroffentlichungen der Historischen Kommission zu Berlin, Band 7. Otto Busch. Industrialisierung und Geschichtswissenschqft. Ein Beitrag zur Thematik und Methodologie der historischen Industrialisierungsforschung. R. P. Sturges (Comp.). Economists’Papers, 1750-1950. A Guide to Archive and Other Manuscript Sources for the History of British and Irish Economic Thought.