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Proceedings of the British Academy, Volume 108

Provincial Towns in Early Modern England and Ireland: Change, Convergence and Divergence

edited by Peter Borsay & Lindsay Proudfoot

Volume published 2002 To open a PDF file, click on ARTICLE

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Peter Borsay & Lindsay Proudfoot The English and Irish Urban Experience, 1500–1800: Change, Convergence and Divergence 1-27 ARTICLE 
John Bradley From Frontier Town to Renaissance City: Kilkenny, 1500–1700 29-51 ARTICLE 
Alan Dyer Small Towns in England, 1600–1800 53-67 ARTICLE 
Lindsay Proudfoot Markets, Fairs and Towns in Ireland, c.1600–1853 69-96 ARTICLE 
W H Crawford The Creation and Evolution of Small Towns in Ulster in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries 97-120 ARTICLE 
Anngret Simms Change and Continuity in an Irish County Town: Kells, 1600–1820 121-150 ARTICLE 
Peter Borsay A County Town in Transition: The Great Fire of Warwick, 1694 151-170 ARTICLE 
Jon Stobart County, Town and Country: Three Histories of Urban Development in Eighteenth-Century Chester 171-194 ARTICLE 
Toby C Barnard The Cultures of Eighteenth-Century Irish Towns 195-222 ARTICLE 
Rosemary Sweet Provincial Culture and Urban Histories in England and Ireland during the Long Eighteenth Century 223-239 ARTICLE 
Susan Hood The Significance of the Villages and Small Towns in Rural Ireland during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries 241-261 ARTICLE 
  Abstracts 263-267  

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