Women in Early Modern England, 1550-1720

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BODLEIAN LIBRARY, OXFORD,

MS Add. A. 119, Letters of the Fairfax family.

MS Add. B. 58, D. Pakington, Prayers.

MS Ballard 43.

MSS Clarendon 19-49. Clarendon state papers, 1640-54.

MS Eng. Hist. 312, R. Whitby MS notes.

MS Eng. Misc. e. 331, Diary of Sarah Savage, 1714-23.

MS Eng. Misc. e. 479, H. Townshend, MS notes on The Compleat Justice (1661).

MS North c 10.

MS Rawlinson 8vo 572, Diary of Charles Beale.

MS Rawlinson B. 378, Ecclesiastical court papers.

MS Rawlinson B. 381-3, Ecclesiastical court papers.

MS Rawlinson C. 800.

MS Rawlinson D. 18, Petitions, temp. Charles II.

MS Rawlinson D. 421, 'Mulieres non Homines . . .' .

MS Rawlinson D. 828, Minute book of a Puritan Congregation, 1654.

MS Rawlinson D. 1092.

MS Rawlinson D. 1141, Diary of a London midwife.

MS Rawlinson D. 1308, Mary Carey, 'A Dialogue betwixt the soule and the body'.

MS Rawlinson Q. e. 26-28, Religious diary.

MS Tanner 104, Tanner papers.


BORTHWICK INSTITUTE

CP. series H, Archiepiscopal Cause Papers.

Consistory Court Records, Deposition Book 1676-8.


BRITISH LIBRARY

Additional MS 21,935, N. Wallington, Historical Notes and Meditations, 1588-164.6.

Additional MS 27,399, Household Accounts of Framlingham Gawdy, 1626-39.

Additional MSS 27,351-5, M. Rich, countess of Warwick, Diary.

Additional MS 40,883, 'Nehemiah Wallington his Booke'.

Additional MS 42,849, Henry. Letters.

Additional MS 45,196, Recipe book of Anne Glydd, 1656.

Additional MS 45,208, Additional MS 45,209, Additional MS 45,210, Accounts of Anne Brockman.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contents xi
  • List of Illustrations xiii
  • Abbreviations xvii
  • Note Concerning Dates and Spellings xviii
  • Glossary of Terms xviii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Contexts 15
  • 2 - Childhood and Adolescence 75
  • 3 - Adult Life 124
  • Conclusions 200
  • 4 - Female Culture 202
  • Conclusions 255
  • 5 - The Makeshift Economy of Poor Women 256
  • Conclusions 298
  • 6 - Occupational Identities and Social Roles 301
  • 7 - Politics 345
  • Conclusions 428
  • Epilogue 431
  • Select Bibliography 437
  • Index 467
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