Progress and Poverty: An Economic and Social History of Britain, 1700-1850

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19.
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20.
P. Laslett, 'Parental Deprivation in the Past: A Note on the History of Orphans in England', Local Population Studies, 13 ( 1974); J. R. Holman, 'Orphans in Pre-industrial Towns: The Case of Bristol in the late Seventeenth Century', Local Population Studies, 15 ( 1975).
21.
M. Anderson, "'The Emergence of the Modern Life-Cycle in Britain'", Social History, 10 ( 1985), 74, 76.
22.
D. Levine and K. Wrightson, The Making of an Industrial Society: Whickham, 1560-1765 ( Oxford, 1991), 179.
23.
E. A. Wrigley and R. S. Schofield, 'English Population History from Family Reconstitution: Summary Results, 1600-1799', Population Studies, 37 ( 1983), 179; R. Woods, "'The Effect of Population Redistribution on the Level of Mortality in Nineteenth-Century England and Wales'", Journal of Economic History, 45 ( 1985), 650.
24.
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25.
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26.
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27.
Flinn et al., Scottish Population History, 377.
28.
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29.
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FURTHER READING

Anderson, M., "'The Emergence of the Modern Life-Cycle in Britain'", Social History, 10 ( 1985).

----- "'The Social Position of Spinsters in Mid-Victorian Britain'", Journal of Family History, 9 ( 1984).

----- "'Marriage Patterns in Victorian Britain: An Analysis Based on Registration District Data for England and Wales, 1861'", Journal of Family History, 1 ( 1976).

----- "'Historical Demography after The Population History of England'", Journal of Historical Demography, 4 ( 1984-5).

----- Approaches to the History of the Western Family, 1500-1914 ( 1980).

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