By David Worthington
This ebook includes the 1st full-length comparability of Scottish, Irish, English and Welsh migration inside of Europe within the early glossy interval. Divided into 4 sections - 'Immigrants and Civilian Life', 'Diplomats and Travellers', 'Protestants and consumers' and 'Catholics at domestic and overseas' - it deals a brand new point of view on numerous topics. members elucidate networks of investors, squaddies, in addition to students and non secular figures. fabric concerning styles of place of abode (sometimes of the character of an enclave, occasionally not), locations of worship, number of marital companions, and situations of go back migration, is gifted, the consequences demonstrating truly the fruitfulness of pursuing a comparative method of seventeenth-century British and Irish historical past.
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Partille: 2001), vol. 2, 259. It should be observed that integration did not always mean taking citizenship. 56 Dalhede, Handelsfamiljer, vol. 2, 260. 57 See L. Müller, ‘Britain and Sweden: the changing pattern of commodity exchange, 1650–1680’ in P. Salmon and T. , Britain and the Baltic (Sunderland: 2003), 75.
247; G. , Stockholm: 1925–36), [hereafter SAÄ], vol. 8, 411; Marryat, One Year in Sweden, including a visit to the isle of Gotland, 499–500; George Wright (f. 1650–1694) fled Scotland during the Cromwellian period to establish himself in Narva as a shoemaker, then merchant, before finally being ennobled. SAÄ, vol. 9, 69. Living at the same time as Wright in Narva were the brothers Jacob and Reinhold Porteous, sons of the Scottish merchant James Porteous. See SRA, Livonica II: I, vol. 210. Jacob Porteous to Karl XI, various letters, 1681–1683.
Fagerlund, ‘Women and Men as Godparents in an Early Modern Swedish Town’ in The History of the Family, vol. 5, no. 3 (2000); for a wider discussion of Scottish fictive kinship see Murdoch, Network North, 27–47. 32 SSA, St Nikolai kyrkas döpbok från och med 1611 till och med 1622, 30. 33 SSA, St Nikolai kyrkas döpbok från och med 1611 till och med 1622, 34. 34 SSA, St Nikolai kyrkas döpbok från och med 1611 till och med 1622, 55. 31 38 steve murdoch create, telling us the man’s name and not the woman’s despite the fact that Hay himself was not part of the ceremony.