By Helen Berry, Elizabeth Foyster
В статьях этого издания, написанных специалистами по ранней Новой истории Англии, социальной истории, а также в области генеалогии и гендерных исследований, поднимаются вопросы определения и значения термина «семейство» в прошлом, показывается значение семьи как места (locus) проявления власти и полномочий, а также личной или субъективной идентичности. В исследованиях затрагиваются также проблемы внутрисемейных отношений, возникавших в ответ на формирующиеся общественные идеи относительно детства, юности, зрелого возраста и старости.Образцы сканов:
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R. I. Moore1. Introduction
Helen Berry, Elizabeth Foyster
2. Marriage, separation and the typical legislation in England, 1540–1660
3. Republican reformation: family members, neighborhood and the kingdom in Interregnum Middlesex, 1649–60
4. conserving it within the kin: Crime and the early sleek household
5. Faces within the crowd: Gender and age within the early sleek English crowd
6 .‘Without the cry of any neighbours’: A Cumbrian kin and the negative legislations professionals, c.1690–1730
7 .Childless males in early sleek England
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8. Aristocratic girls and ideas of relations within the early eighteenth century
9.Reassessing parenting in eighteenth-century England
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Even the minority that were put in suit usually appear in the records as debt actions claiming a money penalty for default, without necessarily revealing the conditions the defendant had failed to meet. The restrictions of coverture also ensured that the names of separated wives almost never appeared in this type of bond or deed, only the names of trustees or loyal family and friends. To take just one example, Thomas and Jane Read incorporated the terms of their church court sanctioned separation agreement into a bond that an acquaintance, John Jeffreys, signed and sealed on Jane’s behalf.
Chadwyck Healey, English Church Law and Divorce (London, 1912), p. 60; Alan Macfarlane, Marriage and Love in England 1300–1840 (Oxford, 1987), pp. 225, 227. See note 3 above. Helmholz, Marriage Litigation; Ingram, Church Courts; Ralph Houlbrooke, Church Courts and the People During the English Reformation, 1520–1570 (Oxford, 1979). 57 When the English bishop and Marian martyr John Hooper advocated divorce for adultery in his Declaration of the Ten Commandments in 1550, he asserted that couples could be separated ‘by the authority of god’s word and the ministry of the magistrates’, making no mention of ecclesiastical authorities.
John Killyow, TNA: PRO, C1/970/63. Andrew responded by denying almost all of Anne’s allegations and making some of his own; Anne Brown v. Charles Brown, TNA: PRO, C1/1408/68; C1/1408/69. Marriage, separation and the common law 27 to the court, but the expectation was that they would put their bonds in suit at common law to claim the money penalty. Other courts also heard grievances from unhappy spouses. 32 In the late 1530s, ‘by the motion’ of Sir William Fitzwilliam earl of Southampton ‘and divers other worshipful men’, Sir Thomas and Elizabeth Butler of Bewsey, Lancashire separated ‘by their own free wills consent’.
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