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100.413, Fall 2019

Marshall, John, Fall 2019
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David Hancock. 1995 .

Hancock, David, 1957-

1. A Larger World -- 2. Mercantile Origins: Passengers Only -- 3. Managing from a Merchant's Public Counting-House -- 4. Shipping and Trading in an Empire of the Seas -- 5. Planting: A Great Fund of Riches and of Strength to Great Britain…
Eleanor Hubbard. 2014 .

Hubbard, Eleanor (Eleanor Kathryn),

note: 1. In Search of Preferment -- 2. Making a Match -- 3. Maidservants Adrift -- 4. Household Mistresses -- 5. Public Lives -- 6. Her Honest Labor -- 7. Dealing with Death.
Eleanor Hubbard. 2012 .

Hubbard, Eleanor.

'City Women' is a major new study of the lives of ordinary women in early modern London. By using court testimonies written down by clerks, it tells the stories of these mostly illiterate women in their own words and explores their dogged struggles for survival and advancement.
James Delbourgo. 2017 .

Delbourgo, James, 1972-

In 1759 the British Museum opened its doors to the general public--the first free national museum in the world. James Delbourgo's biography of Hans Sloane recounts the story behind its creation, told through the life of a figure with an insatiable ambition to pit universal…
Nick Robins. 2012 .

Robins, Nick.

The English East India Company was the mother of the modern multinational. Its trading empire encircled the globe, importing Asian luxuries such as spices, textiles and teas. But the Company's takeover of much of India was achieved by force and fraud; in China, the battering ram…
Laura Gowing. 1996 .

Gowing, Laura.

1. Gender, Household, and City -- 2. Women in Court -- 3. The Language of Insult -- 4. Words, Honour, and Reputation -- 5. The Economy of Courtship -- 6. Domestic Disorders: Adultery and Violence -- 7. Narratives of Litigation -- 8. Conclusion.
Laura Gowing. 1996 .

Gowing, Laura.

Women's experiences and gender relations in the diverse, mobile society of 16th and 17th century London are considered by Laura Gowling. She focuses on disputes over sex, marriage and insults and presents a vivid picture of daily life.
""Contents""; ""List of Illustrations""; ""List of Tables""; ""Preface""; ""Prologue""; ""PART I: Beginnings""; ""1. Winter, 1664â€?1665""; ""2. The Other London""; ""3. Signs and Sources""; ""PART II: Confusion""; ""4. Fleeing or Staying?""; ""5. The Medical Marketplace""; ""6…
A. Lloyd Moote and Dorothy C. Moote. 2004 .

Moote, A. Lloyd (Alanson Lloyd)

Beginnings -- Confusion -- The Abyss -- Surviving.
Faramerz Dabhoiwala. 2012 .

Dabhoiwala, Faramerz.

A man admits that, when drunk, he tried to have sex with an eighteen-year-old girl; she is arrested and denies they had intercourse, but finally begs God's forgiveness. Then she is publicly hanged alongside her attacker. These events took place in 1644, in Boston, where today…
Faramerz Dabhoiwala. 2012 .

Dabhoiwala, Faramerz.

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Miles Ogborn. 1998 .

Ogborn, Miles.

Ch. 1. Spaces of Modernity -- Ch. 2. Magdalen Hospital -- Ch. 3. Street -- Ch. 4. Pleasure Garden -- Ch. 5. Excise Geographies -- Ch. 6. Universal Register Office -- Ch. 7. Maps of Modernity.