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|Statement||by Eleanor Trotter.|
|LC Classifications||JS3045.P3 T7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 242 p.|
|Number of Pages||242|
|LC Control Number||20006573|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "First edition, New impression, " Description: xiv, pages map 22 cm. Full text of "Seventeenth century life in the country parish, with special reference to local government" See other formats. SEVENTEENTH CENTURY LIFE IN THE COUNTRY PARISH WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT BY ELEANOR TROTTER, MA. Author of Life in Olden Times in Babylon and Assyria. CAMBRIDGE AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS This book is Father, memory of my beloved John Outhwaite Trotter, whose dedicated to the pubhc work during a Hfe of 82 years spent. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Trotter, Eleanor. Seventeenth century life in the country parish. Cambridge [Eng.] University Press,
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CHAPTER ONE Beginnings. The men who came to Jamestown brought the ideals and ways of life of the mother country; its common law, the enactments of Parliament, the Church of their people; and as shown in the prayer written in England which the commanding officer of the colony was required to use daily at the setting of the watch, they hoped also that the natives of the land might be brought. In the seventeenth century the General Assembly also put into effect in Virginia the constitutions and canons of the province of Canterbury "as far as they can be put into effect in this country." The General Assembly thereby made the "doctrine, discipline and worship" of the Anglican Church of England that of the Church in Virginia as far as. By 17 May, , ninety young women had come to the Colony under these arrangements, having embarked in the London Merchant and the following year, an additional fifty-seven young women came in three ships, the Marmaduke, the Warwick and the Virginia Company reported to Governor Yeardley that "extraordinary diligence" and care had been . The State of the Roads in the 17th Century - by Deborah Swift which lasted right through Stuart times made the parish instead of the Lord of the Manor responsible for the upkeep of the highway. What this meant in effect was that if a road passed through your parish, it was your job to keep it in good condition. The Hoydens and.