City chamberlains" accounts in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries

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Bristol Record Society , [Bristol]
Statementedited by D.M. Livock.
SeriesPublications / Bristol Record Society -- 24
ContributionsLivock, D. M.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14610802M

City Chamberlains' Accounts in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries [pdf 37 MB] Only to libraries. Elizabeth Ralph and Mary E. Williams. The Inhabitants of Bristol in [pdf 53MB] out of print. Russell Mortimer. Minute Book of the Men's Meeting of the Society of Friends in Bristol, [pdf 63 MB] out of print.

The Norwich Chamberlains’ Accounts –40 to –45 £ – £ The chamberlains’ accounts of sixteenth-century Norwich are a crucial source of evidence for life in what was then England’s largest provincial city, yet none of them has previously been published in its entirety.

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Sources. B.R. Masters, The Chamberlain of the City of London, – (Corporation of London ) (Google - title only). (Hathi Trust - search only). 'Introduction: The Chamber in the sixteenth century', in B.R.

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Masters (ed.), Chamber Accounts of the Sixteenth Century, London Record Soci (London ), pp. xxxii-xxxviii (British History Online accessed 6 August ). Machine generated contents note: Chamberlain's Account --Chamberlain's Account --APPENDICES --A.

Account of the Chamberlain's Clerk --B. Receipts Extraordinary --C. Outward Fees --D. Artificers, Suppliers, Carriers and Makers of Goods --E.

Extracts from the Foreign Charge --F. Notices illustrative of the drama, and other popular amusements, chiefly in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, incidentally illustrating Shakespeare and his contemporaries; extracted from the chamberlains' accounts and other manuscripts of the borough of Leicester.

As a result, there have been few really sympathetic accounts of Chamberlain's career since Keith Feiling's biography was produced in at the family's request. Although, inDavid Dutton provided a more attractive portrait of Chamberlain the paternalistic reformer, Robert Self's biography is the first attempt to provide a new, complete.

The structure of law courts and local government in the city remained unaltered from earlier times, despite the new charters of the 17th century. (fn. 84) Meetings of the courts were discontinued for a time during the Civil War, however, and the conflict of jurisdictions in the city was temporarily abated when the corporation purchased St.

The book ostensibly covers the periodalthough it is clear that the author's heart is really with the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, so that the eighteenth century comprises a sort of coda in most of the chapters.

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The book isn’t all about a life in politics it also shows the more human side of Chamberlain, a man very much in touch with helping people, nature and his love of birdlife. Something you wouldn’t think a man in his position would have time for.

Overall this is a well-informed book, unusual character but a good book I found : £ Glossary of terms found in 16th and 17th century Presentment Bills. The following list is not exhaustive, but aims to cover most of the terms which would be unfamiliar to modern researchers.

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Notices illustrative of the drama and other popular amusements, chiefly in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, incidentally illustrating Shakespeare and his contemporaries; extracted from the Chamberlain's accounts and other manuscripts of the.

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