1 edition of The business and household accounts of Joyce Jeffreys, spinster of Hereford, 1638-1648 found in the catalog.
The business and household accounts of Joyce Jeffreys, spinster of Hereford, 1638-1648
Judith M. Spicksley
by Published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. -364) and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Judith M. Spicksley|
|Series||Records of social and economic history -- new series, no. 41, Records of social and economic history -- new ser., 41.|
|LC Classifications||HQ800.4.G72 E543 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 413 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||413|
|LC Control Number||2011277603|
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Spicksley. British Academy Records of Social and Economic History New Series Oxford University Press. £ Consumption and Gender in the Early Seventeenth‐Century Household: The World of Alice Le : Amy L. Erickson. The Business and Household Accounts of Joyce Jeffreys, Spinster of Hereford, Edited by Judith M.
Spicksley. A British Academy Publication. Records of Social and Economic History. Provides a fascinating insight into the life of a spinster in seventeenth-century Hereford.
The accounts of Joyce Jeffreys offer a rare opportunity to enter the social world of the early modern spinster - her daily life, personal circumstances, social activities and family relationships are all reflected through the entries in her manuscript. The accounts also reveal extensive evidence of Joyce's business dealings, most prominently as a moneylender in and around the Hereford and.
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