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D. Agrarian Social History: I



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D. Agrarian Social History: I
Other Studies on Landownership, Landlords, and Tenants, in 18th- and 19th- Century Britain:
1. A.H. Johnson, The Disappearance of the Small Landowner (Oxford, 1909; reprinted with a new introduction by Joan Thirsk, 1963).
2. E. Davies, ‘The Small Landowners, 1780-1832, in the Light of the Tax Assessments’, Economic History Review, 1st ser. 1 (1927). Reprinted in E.M. Carus-Wilson, ed., Essays in Economic History, Vol. I (1954), pp. 270-94.
3. J. D. Chambers, ‘Enclosure and the Small Landowner’, Economic History Review, 1st ser. 10 (1940).
** 4. H.J. Habakkuk, ‘English Land Ownership, 1680-1740’, Economic History Review, 1st ser. 10 (1940), 2-17.
5. H. J. Habakkuk, ‘The Long Term Rate of Interest and the Price of Land in the Seventeenth Century’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 5 (1952).
* 6. H.J. Habakkuk, ‘Economic Functions of Landowners in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries’, Explorations in Entrepreneurial History, 6 (1953), 92-102. Reprinted in W.E. Minchinton, ed., Essays in Agrarian History, Vol. I (1968), pp. 187-202.
7. Joan Thirsk, English Peasant Farming (London, 1957). Covers enclosure and other agrarian changes in Lincolnshire from the 17th to 19th centuries.
8. H. G. Hunt, ‘Landownership and Enclosure, 1750 - 1830’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser., 11 (1958-59).
9. H.J. Habakkuk, ‘The English Land Market in the Eighteenth Century’, in J.S. Bromley and E. Kossman, eds., Britain and the Netherlands (London, 1960), pp. 155-80.
10. G.E. Mingay, ‘The Size of Farms in the Eighteenth Century’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 14 (1961-2).
11. F.M.L. Thompson, English Landed Society in the Nineteenth Century (London, 1963).
12. G.E. Mingay, English Landed Society in the Eighteenth Century (London, 1963), Chapters 2-4, 7, 10.
13. G.E. Mingay, ‘The Land Tax Assessments and the Small Landowner’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 17 (1964), 381-8.
14. John M. Martin, ‘Landownership and the Land Tax Returns’, Agricultural History Review, 14 (1966).
15. F.M.L. Thompson, ‘The Social Distribution of Landed Property in England since the Sixteenth Century’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 19 (1966), 505-17.
* 16. G.E. Mingay, Enclosure and the Small Farmer in the Age of the Industrial Revolution (London, 1968).
17. Christopher Clay, ‘Marriage, Inheritance, and the Rise of Large Estates in England, 1660-1815’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 21 (1968), 503-18.
18. F.M.L. Thompson, ‘Landownership and Economic Growth in England in the Eighteenth Century’, in E.L. Jones and S.J. Woolf, eds., Agrarian Change and Economic Development (London, 1969).
19. John Bateman, The Great Landowners of England and Wales, new edn. (Leicester, 1971).
20. B. A. Holderness, ‘The English Land Market in the Eighteenth Century: The Case of Lincolnshire’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 27 (1974), 557-76.
21. Christopher Clay, ‘The Price of Freehold Land in the Later Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser., 27 (1974).
22. B.A. Holderness, ‘The English Land Market in the Eighteenth Century: The Case of Lincolnshire’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser., 25 (1972).
23. G.E. Mingay, The Gentry: The Rise and Fall of a Ruling Class (London, 1976), Chapters 5-6.
24. D.M. Hirst, ‘The Seventeenth-Century Freeholder and the Statistician: A Case of Terminological Confusion’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 29 (1976), 306-11.
See also the following comment: F.M.L. Thompson, ‘A Terminological Confusion Confounded’, p. 311.
* 25. Robert Brenner, ‘Agrarian Class Structure and Economic Development in Pre-Industrial Europe’, Past and Present, No. 70 (1976), 30-75.
* 26. J.V. Beckett, ‘English Landownership in the Later Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: The Debate and its Problems’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 30 (1977), 567-81.
* 27. J. P. Cooper, ‘In Search of Agrarian Capitalism’, Past and Present, No. 80 (Aug. 1978), 20-65. An attack on Brenner, one of many (but the one most relevant to this topic).
28. Lloyd Bonfield, ‘Marriage Settlements and the `Rise of Great Estates'’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 32 (1979), 483-93.
29. H.J. Habakkuk, ‘The Rise and Fall of English Landed Families, 1600-1800’, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 29-31 (1979-81).
30. P. Horn, The Rural World, 1780 - 1850: Social Change in the English Countryside (London, 1980).
31. Ann Kussmaul, Servants in Husbandry in Early Modern England (Cambridge, 1981).
32. Robert Brenner, ‘The Agrarian Roots of European Capitalism’, Past and Present, No. 97 (Nov. 1982), 16-113. Brenner's lengthy reply to his many critics.
33. J.R. Wordie, Estate Management in Eighteenth-Century England (London, 1982).
34. J. V. Beckett, ‘The Decline of the Small Landowner in Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century England: Some Regional Considerations’, Agricultural History Review, 30 (1982).
* 35. J.V. Beckett, ‘The Pattern of Landownership in England and Wales, 1660-1880’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 37 (Feb. 1984), 1-22.
36. M. W. Beresford, Time and Place: Collected Essays (London, 1984). Especially ‘Commissioners of Enclosure’, pp. 123 - 33.
37. Joan Thirsk, The Rural Economy of England: Collected Essays (London, 1984).
38. C. E. Searle, ‘Custom, Class Conflict, and Agrarian Capitalism: The Cumbrian Customary Economy in the Eighteenth Century’, Past and Present, no. 110 (Feb. 1986), 106 - 33.
39. Michael Turner and D. Mills, eds., Land and Property: The English Land Tax, 1692-1832 (Gloucester, 1986).
40. David Grigg, ‘Farm Size in England and Wales, from Early Victorian Times to the Present’, Agricultural History Review, 35 (1987), 179 - 90.
41. Joan Thirsk, England's Agricultural Regions and Agrarian History, 1500 - 1750, Studies in Economic and Social History series (London, 1987).
* 42. R. C. Allen, ‘The Price of Freehold Land and the Interest Rate in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 41 (Feb. 1988), 33-50.
* 43. George Mingay, ed., The Agrarian History of England and Wales, Vol. VI: 1750 - 1850 (Cambridge University Press, 1989):
a) J. B. Beckett, ‘Landownership and Estate Management’, pp. 545 -639, and:
b) J. H. Porter, ‘The Development of Rural Society’, pp. 836 - 937.
44. Barbara English, The Great Landowners of East Yorkshire, 1530 - 1910 (New York and London: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1990).
45. Avner Offer, ‘Farm Tenure and Land Values in England, c. 1750 - 1950’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 44 (February 1991), 1 - 20.
46. John Habakkuk, Marriage, Debt, and the Estates System: English Landownership, 1650 - 1950 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994).
47. F.M.L. Thompson, ed., Landowners, Capitalists, and Entrepreneurs: Essays for Sir John Habakkuk (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994).
48. T. M. Devine, The Transformation of Rural Scotland: Social Change and the Agrarian Economy, 1660 - 1815 (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1994).
49. George E. Mingay, Land and Society in England, 1750 - 1980 (Harlow: Longman, 1994).
50. Negley Harte and Roland Quinault, eds., Land and Society in Britain, 1700 - 1914: Essays in Honour of F.M.L. Thompson (Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 1996).
51. Christine Hallas, Rural Responses to Industrialization: the North Yorkshire Pennines, 1790 - 1914 (Bern: Peter Lang, 1999).
52. Stephen Hipkin, ‘The Structure of Landownership and Land Occupation in the Romney Marsh Region, 1646 - 1834', Agricultural History Review, 51:i (2003), 69-94.
53. John Broad, Transforming English Rural Society: the Verneys and the Claydons, 1600 - 1820 (Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004).
54. A. J. Gritt, ‘The Operation of Life-Leasehold in South-West Lancashire, 1649 - 1697’, Agricultural History Review, 53:1 (2005), 1- 23.
55. Leigh Shaw-Taylor, ‘Family Farms and Capitalist Farms in Mid Nineteenth-Century England’, Agricultural History Review, 53.ii (2005), 158-191.
56. Desmond Norton, Landlords, Tenants, Famine: the Business of an Irish Land Agency in the 1840s (Dublin: University College Dublin Press, 2006).
57. R. A. Houston, ‘Property Values in Scotland, 1650 - 1850’, The Journal of European Economic History, 35:1 (Spring 2006), 55-84.
58. Henry R. French and Richard W. Hoyle, The Character of English Rural Society: Earls Colne, 1550 - 1750 (Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 2007).
59. Christopher Dyer, ed., The Self-Contained Village? The Social History of Rural Communities, 1250 - 1900, Explorations in Local and Regional History vol. 2 (University of Hertfordshire Press, 2007).
60. Elisabeth Griffiths and Mark Overton, Farming to Halves: the Hidden History of Sharefarming in England, from Medieval to Modern Times (Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009).
** 61. Leigh Shaw-Taylor, ‘The Rise of Agrarian Capitalism and the Decline of Family Farming in England’, The Economic History Review, 2nd ser., 65:1 (February 2012), 26-60.




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