An Introduction To English Economic History And Theory (volume 1) by Sir William James AshleyAn Introduction To English Economic History And Theory (volume 1) by Sir William James Ashley

An Introduction To English Economic History And Theory (volume 1)

bySir William James Ashley

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1893 Excerpt: ... Becord Society (1888), and the narrative in the Church historians, Fuller and Burnet. For Tillage gilds, the most useful material will be found in Weaver's Wells Wills (1890). Much light is thrown on English conditions by those on the Continent; Fagniez, Etudes mr VIndustrie a Paris au xiii et an xiv Siiide (1877), and the first two volumes of Levasseur, Histoire des Classes Ouvrieres (1859), are of extreme interest A popular presentation of their results will be found in Had. Darmesteter's article on The Workmen of Paris, in the FortniglUly Review, July, 1890. In Germany, a careful study of the Journeymen's societies has been made by Schanz, Gesellenverbande (1877); and Geering has sketched the history of fhe Ziinfte of an important city in his Handel und Industrie der Stadt Basel (1886). A synopsis of the main results of German research up to 1868 will be found in the first volume of Gierke, Das deutsche Genossenschaftsrecht. But of all modern writing on the mediaeval craft system, that which is based on the widest perception of contemporary political and social conditions, and brought most accurately into relation to earlier and later development, is that of Scbmoller, and his Strassburg zur Zeit der Zunftkampfe (1875), and still more his Strassburger Tucher-und Webertun/t (1879), will be found extremely suggestive and stimulating. § 31. In previous sections we have traced the development of craft organizations into the second half of the fourteenth century §§ 8-11, and we have looked at the position they occupied in the town life of the following period § 26. It remains now to follow their internal and external history from the middle of the reign of Edward III. down to the accession of Elizabeth, and to examine more closely than was...
Title:An Introduction To English Economic History And Theory (volume 1)Format:PaperbackDimensions:162 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.35 inPublished:February 7, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217774660

ISBN - 13:9780217774666