2 edition of Social interactions of aliens in late Elizabethan London found in the catalog.
Social interactions of aliens in late Elizabethan London
Written in English
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Kirk, Richard E. and Kirk, Ernest F., eds., Returns of Aliens Dwelling in the City and Suburbs of London During the Reign of Henry VIII to that of James I, 4 vols., Huguenot Society of London Publications, 10 (Aberdeen, –8).Cited by: London: Headline Book Publishing.
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He has published two monographs, Elizabethan fictions () and Shakespeare and comedy (), two editions of early modern texts, and many articles on English Renaissance poetry, prose and drama.
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In an unrelated event, a curfew of p.m. was passed on aliens in London due to complaints about drunkards wandering about the streets late at night. Parliament subsequently issued the Court of Assistants Decree in that insisted that aliens must complete the required apprenticeship and pay all dues if they wished to be admitted to a.
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An abridged version is distributed in braille. This periodical lists digital talking books and magazines available through a network of.Kirk, R. E. G., and E. F. Kirk (eds) (), Returns of Aliens Dwelling in the City and Suburbs of London from the Reign of Henry VIII to that of James I, –, Publications of the Huguenot Society of London, 10/1 (Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press).
While arguing for the essential social stability of London during the late Elizabethan and early Jacobean periods, historians of the city also take note of the many elements of change—from population growth to the increase in foreign craftsmen operating outside the authorized guilds—that put a strain on London's governing structures and its Pages: