Agricultural History Review 61 (2013), 1

RHN 78/2013 | Publication

Contents:

Marking the boundaries: William Jordan's 1633 pre-enclosure survey of Duffield Frith (Derbyshire)
Heather Falvey
pp. 1-18

‘Living at their own hands’: policing poor households and the young in early modern rural England
Tim Wales
pp. 19-39

Land under pressure: The value of Irish land in a period of rapid population growth, 1730–1844
Peter M. Solar and Luc Hens
pp. 40-62

Wagons at work, or a transport revolution from below: the case of southern Sweden, 1750–1850
Fredrik Bergenfeldt, Mats Olsson and Patrick Svensson
pp. 63-82

The Land Question in nineteenth-century Wales, Ireland and Scotland: a comparative study
David W. Howell
pp. 83-110

Hobby farming among the Birmingham bourgeoisie: the Cadburys and the Chamberlains on their suburban estates, c.1880–1914
Maureen Perrie
pp. 111-134

Accounting for agriculture: The origins of the Farm Management Survey
Paul Brassley, David Harvey, Matt Lobley and Michael Winter
pp. 135-153

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