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A closely-focused study examining all aspects of control in a pre-Reform English parish in Kent. Examines both civil and ecclesiastical controls; institutions outside both such as village inns, schools, friendly societies; and individuals involved, from the local squire and parson to highway surveyors. It also summarizes the implications of the study for the traditional view of pre-reform local government.
Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
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