2 edition of Rulers and merchants of King"s Lynn in the early seventeenth century. found in the catalog.
Rulers and merchants of King"s Lynn in the early seventeenth century.
George Alan Metters
Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of East Anglia, School of English and American Studies, 1982.
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By the early Rulers and merchants of Kings Lynn in the early seventeenth century. book century with the granting of the charter, the town became Bishop’s Lynn. Bishop’s Lynn grew rich on trade both with Britain and abroad.
The Hanseatic League, a powerful German trading organisation made up of merchants from North Germany and neighbouring countries around the Baltic Sea contributed greatly to this prosperity.
Situated on the south-east corner of the Wash, King’s Lynn is ‘flanked to the east by the dry sandy loams of Norfolk, and bounded to the south and west by marsh and fen’.2 Lynn derives the second part of its name from ‘Lun’ or ‘Lena’, an ancient British word meaning lake.3 The town was principally founded by the bishop of Norwich in the eleventh century,4 when it was known as.
The period of their revolutionary troubles had been entered by our ancestors of the seventeenth century, before the ordinary freemen, the burgesses at large, of King's Lynn, were suffered to take a direct and personal part in the choice of their parliamentry representatives; and a noteworthy memorandum in the Assembly (or Congregation) Book No.
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It was the town’s own Henry Bell () who made the greatest architectural impact on King’s Lynn when he literally shaped its landscape in the 17th Century.
Hired by the influential merchants, who ruled King’s Lynn during the post-Restoration period, Bell was tasked with creating statement buildings that would convey the town’s. The Rulers and merchants of King's Lynn in the early seventeenth century. [Norwich, University of East Anglia Thesis, ] Owen, Dorothy M.
(ed) The Making of King's Lynn: a documentary survey (cc). [ISBNPublished for the British Academy by the Oxford University Press, Records of social and economic history, New series, 9.
Greenland Fishery. Just off the junction of Boal Street and Stonegate Street is the Greenland Fishery, in King's Lynn, which is an early 17th century merchant's house, built by a local rope merchant - rope was an important component for the working of sailing ships.
Paintings from the early seventeenth century, including Manohar’s The Elderly Akbar Receives Murtaza Khan and Balchand’s portrait of Jahangir, both now in the Chester Beatty Library, as well as Akbar Receives News of the Victory at Gogunda (fig.
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King’s Lynn, town and seaport, King’s Lynn and West Norfolk borough, administrative and historic county of Norfolk, eastern England. The town lies along the estuary of the River Ouse (or Great Ouse) as it enters The Wash, a shallow North Sea inlet. In a royal charter established Lynn as a free.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF 17TH CENTURY ENGLAND. By Tim Lambert. England in the Early 17th Century. In King James VI of Scotland became King James I of England. He began a new dynasty - the Stuarts. James I never had the same charisma as Elizabeth I and never enjoyed the same popularity.
However among his achievements he ended the long war with. The Rulers and merchants of King's Lynn in the early seventeenth century. [Norwich, University of East Anglia Thesis, ] Owen, Dorothy M. (ed) The Making of King's Lynn: a. In the early eighteenth-century Daniel Defoe described King’s Lynn as: “Beautiful, well-built and well-situated”.
Astute as this observation was, the town has been recognised as such for four centuries. During the 14th century, Lynn – as it is known locally –.
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ACTOR A theatrical performer. Performed on stage to audiences. (In the past, only men could become actors. In the ancient and medieval world, it was considered disgraceful for a woman to go on the stage -a belief that continued up until the 17th century.) ACTUARY An account keeper.
An officer or a mercantile or insurance company. The North Atlantic World in the Seventeenth Century was first published in Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions.
In his preface the author writes: "Europe's style was both courageous and ignoble, Europe's achievement both magnificent and. A 17th Century cottage with an unusual past: the “Exorcist’s House” of King’s Lynn April 7, February 5, Caroline The fenland town of King’s Lynn has a long history, and unsurprisingly a few dark tales have been remembered and passed on through generations of townspeople over the years.
Furthermore, because of King's Lynn's position, if the Royalists held the town, the way south to London and therefore victory, was in their grasp. Accordingly in Sir Hamon L'Estrange of Hunstanton (fifteen miles north on the corner of Norfolk on the coast) managed to win enough support in King's Lynn's council to become governor of the town.
King's Lynn, known until as Bishop's Lynn and colloquially as Lynn, is a seaport and market town in Norfolk, England, 98 miles ( km) north of London, 36 miles (58 km) north-east of Peterborough, 44 miles (71 km) north-north-east of Cambridge and 44 miles (71.
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Villein labour service largely disappeared, to be replaced by copyhold tenure (tenure by copy of the record of the manorial court). From as early as the 13th century, King's Lynn was one of England’s most important ports, beginning with trade around a 'lin', or estuarine lake, and quickly establishing links with cities in northern Europe through the Hanseatic League, a group of German cities whose ships travelled in.
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Exploratory trading adventures, raids, and piracy occurred early throughout the Baltic Sea; the sailors of Gotland sailed up rivers as far away as Novgorod. Scandinavians led international trade in the Baltic area before the Hanseatic League, establishing major trading hubs at Birka, Haithabu, and Schleswig by the 9th century CE.
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A general guide is that in the early 17th century 1 English pence was roughly the equivalent of one English pound years later. This means that 1 guilder is worth about £24 or US$ This is only approximate and it is important to note that in the 17th century manufactured goods were much more expensive in relative terms than they are today.
Situated on the banks of the River Great Ouse, King’s Lynn is overflowing with maritime history. Being the eleventh wealthiest town in England inKing’s Lynn ranked as the third most important port in England during the 14th Century, behind Southampton and London.
Late Choson Period. The postwar period of the 17th century in Choson witnessed a great deal of social and economic upheavals. The rise of wealthy merchants contributed to the decline of the yangban society, while financial difficulty drove the government repeatedly to undertake tax reforms and sales of titles.
Upward social mobility, almost unknown in the prewar period, began to take place. It certainly did in the case of Mustafa I, who was twice briefly Sultan of the Ottoman Empire in the early 17th century.
The Sultanate of this powerful and expanding empire was supposed to be defended ruthlessly and it was normal practice for an incoming Sultan to have all his brothers put to death to avoid any possibility of their claiming the.
KINGS LYNN IN THE 19th CENTURY. In the population of Kings Lynn It grew rapidly to ab in Then the population actually fell to aro in Thereafter the population of Kings Lynn grew very slowly. There were a number of improvements to Kings Lynn in the 19th century.
The marriage of James IV, king of Scotland, to Margaret Tudor, daughter of Henry VII, leads a century later to the Union of the Crowns Go to James IV (b. 17 Mar. ) in The Kings. The overall cuisine in Europe was rather diversified until the midth century, when a new pattern appeared: influences began to arrive from France in courts and cities all over the continent.
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