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Bibliography: London and its Hinterlands

Late Seventeenth-Century London (1675-1715)

Introduction

  • Hitchcock, Tim and Shore, Heather (ed.). The Streets of London from the Great Fire to the Great Stink. London, 2003.
  • Earle, Peter. The Making of the English Middle Class: Business, Society and Family Life in London 1660-1730. London, 1989.
  • Earle, Peter. A City Full of People: Men and Women of London 1650-1750. London, 1994.
  • Picard, Liza. Restoration London. London, 1997.
  • Porter, Roy. London a Social History. London, 1994.
  • Spence, Craig. London in the 1690s: A Social Atlas. London, 2000.

Population

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  • Glass, D. V. London Inhabitants Within the Walls, 1695: An Index. London Record Society, 1966.
  • Guillery, Peter. The Small House in Eighteenth-Century London. New Haven and London, 2004.
  • Jardine, L. The Curious Life of Robert Hooke: The Man Who Measured London. London, 2003.
  • Reddaway, T. F. The Rebuilding of London After the Great Fire. London, 1946.
  • Spence, Craig. London in the 1690s: A Social Atlas. London, 2000.
  • Summerson, J. Georgian London. London, 1978.
  • Wrigley, E. A. A Simple Model of London's Importance in Changing English Society and Economy, 1650-1750. Past and Present, 37 (1967).

Built Environment

  • Borsay, Peter. The English Urban Renaissance: Culture and Society in the Provincial Town 1660-1770. Oxford, 1989.
  • Guillery, Peter. The Small House in Eighteenth-Century London. New Haven and London, 2004.
  • Summerson, J. Georgian London. London, 1978.

Social Structure

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  • Fisher, F. J. London and the English Economy, 1500-1700. London, 1990.
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  • Siena, Kevin P. Venereal Disease, Hospitals and the Urban Poor: London's "Foul Wards" 1600-1800. Woodbridge, 2004.

Occupations

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  • Beier, A. L. Engine of Manufacture: The Trades of London. In London 1500-1700, The Making of the Metropolis, ed. by A. L Beier and Roger Finlay. 1986.
  • Clark, Peter. The English Alehouse: A Social History, 1200-1800. London, 1983.
  • Earle, P. The Female Labour Market in London in the Late Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries. Economic History Review, 2nd series, 42 (1989).
  • Earle, Peter. The Making of the English Middle Class: Business, Society and Family Life in London 1660-1730. London, 1989.
  • Fisher, F. J. London and the English Economy, 1500-1700. London, 1990.
  • Luu, L. B. Immigrants and the Industries of London, 1500–1700. Aldershot, 2005.

Culture and Politics

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  • Borsay, Peter. The English Urban Renaissance: Culture and Society in the Provincial Town 1660-1770. Oxford, 1989.
  • De Krey, G. S. London and the Restoration, 1659-1683. Cambridge, 2005.
  • Earle, Peter. The Making of the English Middle Class: Business, Society and Family Life in London 1660-1730. London, 1989.
  • Harding, Vanessa. Controlling a Complex Metropolis, 1650-1750: Politics, Parishes and Powers. London Journal, 26, 1 (2001).
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  • Macfarlane, Stephen. Social Policy and the Poor in the Later Seventeenth Century. In London, 1500-1700: the Making of the Metropolis, ed. by A. L Beier and Roger Finlay. 1986.
  • Whyman, Susan E. Sociability and Power in Late-Stuart England: The Cultural World of the Verneys 1660-1720. Oxford, 1999.

Eighteenth-Century London (1700-1815)

Introduction

  • Hitchcock, Tim and Shore, Heather (ed.). The Streets of London from the Great Fire to the Great Stink. London, 2003.
  • Earle, Peter. A City Full of People: Men and Women of London 1650-1750. London, 1994.
  • George, Dorothy. London Life in the Eighteenth Century. London, 1925.
  • Hitchcock, Tim. Down and Out in Eighteenth-Century London. London, 2004.
  • Hunt, Margaret. The Middling Sort: Commerce, Gender and the Family in England, 1680-1780. Berkeley, California, 1996.
  • O'Connell, Sheila. London 1753. London, 2003.
  • Porter, Roy. London a Social History. London, 1994.
  • Schwarz, Leonard D. London 1700-1840. In The Cambridge urban history of Britain, vol. 2 : 1540-1840, ed. by Peter Clark. Cambridge University Press, 2000.
  • Shoemaker, Robert. The London Mob: Violence and Disorder in Eighteenth-Century England. London, 2004.

Population

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  • Cody, L. Living and Dying in Georgian London's Lying-In Hospitals. Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 78:2 (2004).
  • Guillery, Peter. The Small House in Eighteenth-Century London. New Haven and London, 2004.
  • Landers, John. Death and the Metropolis: Studies in the Demographic History of London, 1670-1830. Cambridge, 1993.
  • Levene, A. The Mortality Penalty of Illegitimate Children: Foundlings and Poor Children in Eighteenth-Century England. In Illegitimacy in Britain, 1700-1920, ed. by A. Levene and S. Williams and T. Nutt. 2005.
  • Matossian, Mary Kilbourne. Death in London, 1750-1909. Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 16 (1985).
  • Summerson, J. Georgian London. London, 1978.
  • Wrigley, E. A. A Simple Model of London's Importance in Changing English Society and Economy, 1650-1750. Past and Present, 37 (1967).

Built Environment

  • Keene, D. , Burns, A. and Saint, A. (ed.). St Paul's: The Cathedral Church of London 604-2004. London, 2004.
  • Borsay, Peter (ed.). The Eighteenth-Century Town: A Reader in English Urban History, 1688-1820. London, 1990.
  • Borsay, Peter. The English Urban Renaissance: Culture and Society in the Provincial Town 1660-1770. Oxford, 1989.
  • Clark, Peter and Slack, Paul. English Towns in Transition. Milton Keynes, 1976.
  • Cruickshank, Dan and Burton, Neil. Life in the Georgian City. London, 1990.
  • Guillery, Peter. The Small House in Eighteenth-Century London. New Haven and London, 2004.
  • Ogborn, Miles. Spaces of Modernity: London's Geographies, 1680-1780. Guildford, 1998.
  • Schwarz, Leonard D. London in the Age of Industrialization: Entrepreneurs, Labour Force and Living Conditions, 1700-1850. Cambridge, 1992.
  • Summerson, J. Georgian London. London, 1978.

Social and Occupational Structure

  • Corfield, Penelope J and Keene, Derek (ed.). Work in Towns, 850-1850. Leicester University Press, 1990.
  • Levene, A. (ed.). Narratives of the Poor in Eighteenth-Century Britain, vol. 3, Institutional Responses: The London Foundling Hospital. London, 2006.
  • Barry, Jonathan and Brooks, Christopher (ed.). The Middling Sort of People: Culture, Society and Politics in England, 1550-1800. London, 1994.
  • Borsay, Peter (ed.). The Eighteenth-Century Town: A Reader in English Urban History, 1688-1820. London, 1990.
  • Andrew, Donna T. Philanthropy and Police: London Charity in the Eighteenth Century. Princeton, New Jersey, 1989.
  • Cowan, B. The Social Life of Coffee: The Emergence of the British Coffee House. London and New Haven, 2005.
  • Earle, Peter. The Making of the English Middle Class: Business, Society and Family Life in London 1660-1730. London, 1989.
  • Ellis, M. The Coffee-House: A Cultural History. London, 2004.
  • Evans, T. 'Unfortunate Objects': Lone Mothers in Eighteenth-Century London. Basingstoke, 2005.
  • Hitchcock, T. Begging on the streets of eighteenth-century London. Journal of British Studies, 44:3 (2005).
  • Hurl-Eamon, J. Insights into Plebeian Marriage: Soldiers, Sailors, and their Wives in the Old Bailey Proceedings. London Journal, 30:1 (2005).
  • Kellet, J. R. The Breakdown of Gild and Corporation Control over the Handicraft and Retail Trades in London. Economic History Review, 2nd series, 10 (1957).
  • Rogers, Nicholas. Money, Land and Lineage: The Big Bourgeoisie of Hanoverian London. Social History, 4: 3 (1979).
  • Schlarman, Julie. The Social Geography of Grosvenor Square: Mapping Gender and Politics, 1720-1760. The London Journal, 28, 1 (2003).
  • Schwarz, Leonard. Social Class and Social Geography: The Middle Class in London at the End of the Eighteenth Century. Social History, 7: 2 (1982).
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  • Shore, Heather. Crime, Criminal Networks and the Survival Strategies of the Poor in early Eighteenth-Century London. In The Poor in England, 1700-1850: An Economy of Makeshifts, ed. by Stephen King and Alannah Tomkins. 2003.
  • Siena, Kevin P. Venereal Disease, Hospitals and the Urban Poor: London's "Foul Wards" 1600-1800. Woodbridge, 2004.
  • Tomkins, Alannah. The Experience Of Urban Poverty 1723-82: Parish, Charity and Credit. Manchester, 2006.

Culture and Politics

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  • Brewer, John and Porter, Roy (ed.). Consumption and the World of Goods. London, 1993.
  • Keene, D. , Burns, A. and Saint, A. (ed.). St Paul's: The Cathedral Church of London 604-2004. London, 2004.
  • Borsay, Peter. The English Urban Renaissance: Culture and Society in the Provincial Town 1660-1770. Oxford, 1989.
  • Brewer, John. The Pleasures of the Imagination. London, 1997.
  • Conway, Stephen. War, State, and Society in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Britain and Ireland. Oxford, 2006.
  • Earle, Peter. The Making of the English Middle Class: Business, Society and Family Life in London 1660-1730. London, 1989.
  • Harding, Vanessa. Controlling a Complex Metropolis, 1650-1750: Politics, Parishes and Powers. London Journal, 26, 1 (2001).
  • Kellet, J. R. The Breakdown of Gild and Corporation Control over the Handicraft and Retail Trades in London. Economic History Review, 2nd series, 10 (1957).
  • Macfarlane, Stephen. Social Policy and the Poor in the Later Seventeenth Century. In London, 1500-1700: the Making of the Metropolis, ed. by A. L Beier and Roger Finlay. 1986.
  • McClure, R. K. Coram's Children: The London Foundling Hospital in the Eighteenth Century. New Haven, Connecticut, 1981.
  • Quinault, Roland. From National to World Metropolis: Governing London, 1750-1850. London Journal, 26, 1 (2001).
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Nineteenth-Century London (1800-1913)

Introduction

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  • Dyos, H. J and Wolff, Michael (ed.). The Victorian City: Images and Realities. London, 1973.
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  • Briggs, Asa. Victorian Cities. London, 1968.
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  • Dennis, Richard. Modern London. In The Cambridge urban history of Britain, vol. 3 : 1840-1950, ed. by Martin J. Daunton. Cambridge University Press, 2000.
  • Feldman, David and Jones, Gareth Stedman. Metropolis - London : histories and representations since 1800. Routledge: London, 1989.
  • Fox, Celina. London - World City, 1800-1840. London, 1992.
  • Kynaston, David. The city of London. Vol. 1 : a world of its own, 1815-1890; Vol. 2 : Golden years, 1890-1914. Chatto: London, 1994.
  • Porter, Roy. London a Social History. London, 1994.
  • Robinson, Alan. Imagining London 1770-1900. Basingstoke, 2004.
  • Schneer, Jonathan. London 1900 : the imperial metropolis. Yale University Press: New Haven (CT) and London, 1999.
  • Schwarz, Leonard D. London in the Age of Industrialization: Entrepreneurs, Labour Force and Living Conditions, 1700-1850. Cambridge, 1992.
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  • Thorold, Peter. The London rich : the creation of a great city from 1666 to the present. Viking: London, 1999.
  • White, Jerry. London in the twentieth century : a city and its people. Viking: London, 2001.
  • White, Jerry. London in the nineteenth century : "a human awful wonder of God". Jonathan Cape: London, 2007.

Population

  • Hardy, A. Diagnosis, Death, Diet: The Case of London, 1750-1909. Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 18: 3 (1988).
  • Landers, J. London's Mortality in the 'Long Eighteenth Century': A Family Reconstruction. In Living and Dying in London, ed. by W. F Bynum and Roy Porter. Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, 1991.
  • Matossian, Mary Kilbourne. Death in London, 1750-1909. Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 16 (1985).

Built Environment

  • Keene, D. , Burns, A. and Saint, A. (ed.). St Paul's: The Cathedral Church of London 604-2004. London, 2004.
  • Dyos, H. J and Wolff, Michael (ed.). The Victorian City: Images and Realities. London, 1973.
  • Jackson, P. (ed.). George Scharf's London. London, 1987.
  • Bradley, Simon and Pevsner, Nikolaus Bernhard Leon. London, 6. Westminster. Yale University Press: New Haven (CT); London, 2003.
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  • Cherry, Bridget and Pevsner, Nikolaus Bernhard Leon. London, 4 : North. Penguin: London, 1998.
  • Cherry, Bridget and Pevsner, Nikolaus Bernhard Leon. London, 3 : North West. Penguin: London, 1991.
  • Cherry, Bridget and Pevsner, Nikolaus Bernhard Leon. London, 2 : South. Penguin: Harmondsworth, 1983.
  • Cherry, Bridget, O'Brien, Charles and Pevsner, Nikolaus Bernhard Leon. London : 5. East. Yale University Press: New Haven (CT), 2005.
  • Fox, Celina. London - World City, 1800-1840. London, 1992.
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  • Schwarz, Leonard D. London in the Age of Industrialization: Entrepreneurs, Labour Force and Living Conditions, 1700-1850. Cambridge, 1992.
  • Sheppard, F. London, 1808-1870: The Infernal Wen. London, 1971.
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Social and Occupational Structure

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  • Schwarz, Leonard D. London in the Age of Industrialization: Entrepreneurs, Labour Force and Living Conditions, 1700-1850. Cambridge, 1992.

Culture and Politics

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  • Prothero, I. Artisans and Politics in Early Nineteenth-Century London. Folkstone, 1978.
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Population History of London

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  • Hitchcock, Tim. Demography and the Culture of Sex in the Long Eighteenth Century. In Culture and Society in Britain, 1660-1800, ed. by Jeremy Black. 1997.
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London's Rural Hinterlands

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  • Harvey, John H. The Nurseries on Milne's Land-Use Map. Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society, n. s., 24 (1973).
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  • Thirsk, Joan. England's Provinces: Did they Serve or Drive Material London?. In Material London, ca.1600, ed. by Lena Cowen Orlin. 2000.
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Material London

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  • Lemire, B. Fashioning Global Trade: Indian Textiles, Gender Meanings and European Consumers, 1500-1800. In How India Clothed the World: The World of South Asian Textiles, 1500-1850. 2009.
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Currency, Coinage and the Cost of Living

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Transport

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