5 edition of The Town Finances of Elizabethan Ipswich Select Treasurers" and Chamberlains" Accounts (Suffolk Records Society) found in the catalog.
November 7, 1996
by Boydell Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||198|
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A major source for any detailed study of the. Published: Elizabethan Ipswich, which was then one of the ten richest provincial towns in the country, has provided a fascinating insight into the social and economic life of the period through its treasurers’ and chamberlains’ accounts.
About Elizabethan Ipswich Town Finances This database contains a selection of accounts of the treasurers and chamberlains of the city of Ipswich from to Primarily it is a list of payments including to whom the payment was made, how much the payment was, and what the payment was for. The Town Finances of Elizabethan Ipswich: select Treasurers’ and Chamberlains’ Accounts, Suffolk Records Society, 38 () Timmins, T., Suffolk Returns from the Census of Religious Worship,Suffolk Records Society, 39 () Corder, J., A Dictionary of Suffolk Crests: Heraldic Crests of Suffolk Families, Suffolk Records.
MacCulloch, D. and Webb, J. (eds), The town finances of Elizabethan Ipswich: select treasurers and chamberlains accounts (Suffolk: Boydell Press/Suffolk Records Society).
Nash, R. C., ‘ The balance of payments and foreign capital flows in eighteenth century England: a comment ’, Economic History Rev., 50, – The records in this book provide one of the most illuminating social studies of an Elizabethan town ever undertaken.
Ipswich suffered severely from the economic dislocations of the mid-sixteenth century and here we see the townsmen's response. The Town Finances of Elizabethan Ipswich Select Treasurers' and Chamberlains' Accounts. Boydell. The Town Finances of Elizabethan Ipswich Select Treasurers` and Chamberlains` Accounts (Hardback) John Webb £ Hardback.
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