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Journal - Early Modern Manchester




JOURNAL Manchester Region History Review
Early Modern Manchester
Volume 19, 2008


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Early Modern Manchester
Guest edited by Dr Craig Horner

Articles include:
• Alan G. Crosby - The regional road network and the growth of Manchester in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
• Stephen Bowd- In the labyrinth: John Dee and Reformation Manchester
• Catherine Nunn  - Church or Chapel? Restoration Presbyterianism in Manchester, 1660–1689
• Jon Stobart - Manchester and its region: networks and boundaries in the eighteenth century
• Kazuhiko Kondo  - Lost in translation? Documents relating to the disturbances at Manchester, 1715
• Timothy Underhill - ‘What have I to do with the ship?’: John Byrom and eighteenth-century Manchester politics, with new verse attributions
• Bob Mather - The Manchester grocer (or, where there is a will…)
• Matthew Yeo -  The acquisition of books by Chetham’s Library, 1655-1700: a progress report
• John Sculley - Ordsall Hall: one of the oldest and best loved buildings in Greater Manchester
• Michael Powell  - The Archive of the Booth Charities of Salford

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