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development of pre-industrial Lowestoft, 1560-1730. by D. R. Butcher

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Published by University of East Anglia in Norwich .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Phil.), University of East Anglia, Centre of East Anglian Studies, 1991.

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Open LibraryOL21506834M

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Book Description: "A superb piece of local history". Professor Mark Bailey, University of East Anglia. Lowestoft became an increasingly important Suffolk town during the later middle ages. This book traces its history from its Anglo-Saxon origins up until its fully recognisable urban nature in the first half of the sixteenth century. Sources: Lowestoft Parish Registers ( - ) - Suffolk Record Office Lowestoft. Lowestoft Manor Court Books - Suffolk Record Office, Lowestoft [/A10/7]. Miscellaneous documents at the Suffolk Record Office, Lowestoft and Ipswich. David Butcher, The Development of Pre-Industrial Lowestoft. - Thesis, University of East Anglia, Norwich. David Butcher, " The development of Pre-industrial Lowestoft, " (MPhil, ) (joint supervision) Antoinette Wattebot, "The Justices of the Peace in Elizabethan Essex: A network analysis of their administrative activities and social relationships" (MA, ). Lowestoft has grown from a small urban community to become Suffolk's second largest town; and this book provides a vivid picture of the town and its inhabitants during the early modern period. then proceeds to investigate topographical development, demographic features, occupational structure, social geography, house-building and interior.

Perry Gauci, Lowestoft – Development and Change in a Suffolk Coastal Town, The English Historical Review, Volume CXXIV, Issue , December , The book will be used not only by local historians, but also by academics attracted by this absorbing case-study, and by the thoroughness of its tireless historian. I was very tempted with this today. Lot no. 2 in Key’s auction of East Anglian Art at Aylsham was described as a midth Century hand-coloured lithograph, after J. Reid and engraved by F. Jones, a ‘View of the New Town of Lowestoft’ published by Colman & Stacey, printed by Day & Son and at a size of 12 x 37 inches.. South Lowestoft was subject to a great deal of new development in the. David Butcher: The Development of Pre-Industrial Lowestoft, - , thesis. development and the effects that it caused. Use the Internet, books, and other resources to conduct your research. Then use graphics software to create a chart, graph, or diagram depicting the relationship between the inventions and innovations, the changes, and the effects. You may include some of the following: • the plow • the cotton gin.

Lowestoft grumbled as Romans tramped through, endured Viking invasions, muddled through the Dark Ages, embraced the Enlightenment, flourished as a part of the Empire, holidayed with the Edwardians, suffered in the World Wars, protested and prospered in equal measures though post-war changes in society and technology. `A superbly researched study. An excellent addition not only to the history of Suffolk but of early modern society and economy more generally.' Professor RICHARD SMITH, University of Cambridge. Lowestoft has grown from a small urban community to becom. Lowestoft (/ ˈ l oʊ (ɪ) s t ɒ f t, ˈ l oʊ s t ə f /) is an English North Sea coast town and civil parish in the county of Suffolk. On the edge of The Broads, it is the most easterly UK settlement, miles ( km) north-east of London, 38 miles (61 km) north-east of Ipswich and 22 miles (35 km) south-east of the main town in the district of East Suffolk, it had an estimated. Thomas Hubbard Leggett who was a Lowestoft Borough Councillor between and for the South Ward becoming an alderman in built this in In the Lowestoft Co-operative Society Butchery Department acquired the business followed in by Austins fish shop. In it became the Parade Fish Restaurant. London Road South.