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|Statement||Hoh-Cheung Mui, Lorna H. Mui.|
|Contributions||Mui, Lorna H.|
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|Number of Pages||381|
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Shops and Shopkeeping in Eighteenth-century England Hoh-cheung Mui, Lorna H. Mui McGill-Queen's University Press, - Commerce de détail - Angleterre - Histoire - 18e siècle - pages.
Get this from a library. Shops and shopkeeping in eighteenth-century England. [Hoh-cheung Mui; Lorna H Mui] -- This original and scholarly study of shopkeeping in eighteenth century England draws on hitherto little used material providing a unique analysis of the pattern of retail trading in England just.
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By Hoh-Cheung and Lorna H. Mui. London: Routledge, I The same can be said of the study of shops and shopkeeping by the Muis, although the book lacks the breadth of vision and technical mastery of MacLeod's study.
The. SHOPS AND SHOPKEEPING SHOPS AND SHOPKEEPING. In the late seventeenth century, it is estimated that there were about forty thousand shopkeepers in England and Wales, most of them based in towns.
Source for information on Shops and Shopkeeping: Europe, to Encyclopedia of the Early Modern World dictionary. and L. Mui and H. Mui, Shops and Shopkeeping in Eighteenth Century England (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, ), p. A tax Shops and shopkeeping in eighteenth-century England book proposed initially on shop signs, and then on ‘all open shops and retailers’.
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Gradually stalls were replaced by permanent shops with living space above or Stow's Survey of London () describes the process in Old Fish Street. Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. The Shops and shopkeeping in eighteenth-century England book Daughter: Women's Lives in Georgian England (Paperback) by.
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Kenneth Warren, Consett iron, to a study in. Bookshops were certainly becoming more common in Victorian England. In fact, the entire printed world exploded in the 19th century.
In fact, the entire printed world Shops and shopkeeping in eighteenth-century England book in the 19th century. Most of it was concentrated in London, which by housed booksellers, of whom were also publishers.
1 Edinburgh, the Scottish capital, was. Book 7 of the 'Pelican History of England' series was written by J.H Plumb who produced several other works. As per the others in the series this book is concise.
The book is essentially about the political issues that faced England at the time and deals with areas such as agriculture and the economy very much through that prism/5(8). With increasing variety in clothes, food and household items, shopping became an important cultural activity in the 18th century.
Dr Matthew White describes buying and selling during the period, and explains the connection between many luxury goods and slave plantations in South America and the Caribbean. Reinterpreting the Consumer Revolution Inventing the Industrial Revolution: The English Patent System, By CHRISTINE MACLEOD.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Pp. xii+ $ Shops and Shopkeeping in Eighteenth-Century England. By HOH-CHEUNG MUI and LORNA H. Mui. Kingston: McGill-Queen's Univer-sity Press, - Shops and Shopkeeping in Eighteenth-Century England.
By Hohcheung Mui and Lorna H. Mui. Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, Pp. xv + $Cited by: SHOPS AND STORES. Montserrat M. Miller. One of the most pervasive structures in the history of retail commerce has been the small urban shop.
With origins dating back to the classical period and before, small shops have been a characteristic feature of the geography, economy, culture, and sociopolitical fabric of towns and cities since the eleventh-century revival of urban life in the West. Mui and Mui, Shops and Shopkeeping, pp.
–7; Lemire, Fashion’s Favourite, esp. –; J. Styles () ‘Clothing the supply of non-elite clothing in the eighteenth-century north of England’, Textile History, 25, pp.
–66; C. Edwards and M. Ponsonby () ‘The polarization of the second-hand market for furniture in the nineteenth century’, in Stobart and Van Author: Bruno Blondé, Jon Stobart. The birth of a consumer society: the commercialization of eighteenth-century England Shops and shopkeeping in eighteenth-century En Previous: Josiah Wedgewood: an Eighteenth-century entre Library availability.
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mui £ WOMAN UNDER THE ENGLISH LAW - FROM THE LANDING OF THE SAXONS TO THE PRESENT TIME BY ARTHUR RACKHAM CLEVELAND (FIRST EDITION). Shops and shopkeeping in eighteenth-century England: Hoh-Cheung and Lorna H. Mui, (London: Routledge, Pp. xv + £) Pp. xv + £) Jack Langton. The consumer revolution refers to the period from approximately to in England in which there was a marked increase in the consumption and variety of luxury goods and products by individuals from different economic and social backgrounds.
The consumer revolution marked a departure from the traditional mode of life that was dominated by frugality and scarcity to one of increasingly.
Also of great interest in this area is Mui, H.-C. and Mui, L.H., Shops and Shopkeeping in Eighteenth-Century England (London, ). See Mui's introduction for Cited by: of Second-hand Goods between Survival and ‘Business’ in Eighteenth-century Paris,” in Laurence Fontaine (ed.), Second-hand Circulations from the Sixteenth Century to the Present (Oxford Author: Danielle Van Den Heuvel.
Ann Satterthwaite, Going Shopping: Consumer Choices and Community Consequences (London: Yale University Press,$). ISBN 0 8. Book Illustration in Eighteenth-Century England.
where the output of print shops had constituted mainly of religious literature, to the eighteenth century, and an enormous surge in the volume of printed matter. The cost of printing was on a decline, and the kinds of reading material offered to the general public reflected sensitivity to the.
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Please suggest further entries on the comments page. Ashworth, William J., Customs and Excise: Trade, Production, and Consumption in England, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ) Berg, Maxine, 'Consumption in. Walsh, C., ‘Shops, shopping and the art of decision making in eighteenth-century England’, in J.
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I'll tell you about mercers, milliners, haberdasheries, bookshops, and everything else you need to know to be a knowledgeable female shopper in eighteenth-century London. “"Two decades after she edited the influential Books and Their Readers in Eighteenth-Century England (), Isabel Rivers has edited a second volume of the same kind.
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The eighteenth century was dirtier, more dangerous and more intimate with the physical functions of life than our own. This excellent study of England during this era provides a wealth of information for students and interested readers who want to discover the everyday details of living. What does it really mean to read the riot act.
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ISBN. on the dearth of works dealing specifically with eighteenth-century shops and shopkeeping. They hoped that their study of the role of shops in preindustrial England would prompt others to - fill the lacuna.
Their work had been anticipated some years earlier with the publication of Neil McKendrick, John Brewer and J.H. Plumb’s more broadly. This article uses evidence from Welsh apothecary shops as a means to access the mechanisms of the "medical marketplace" in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Wales.
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