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Men, women, and property in England, 1780-1870

R. J. Morris

Men, women, and property in England, 1780-1870

a social and economic history of family strategies amongst the Leeds middle classes

by R. J. Morris

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, UK, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Middle class -- England -- Leeds -- History,
  • Middle class families -- England -- Leeds -- History,
  • Property -- Social aspects -- England -- Leeds,
  • Leeds (England) -- Social conditions -- 18th century,
  • Leeds (England) -- Social conditions -- 19th century

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [417]-438) and index

    StatementR.J. Morris
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHT690.G7 M674 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 445 p. :
    Number of Pages445
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17149770M
    ISBN 100521838088
    LC Control Number2004049688

    According to many commentators at the time, the Married Women’s Property Act signaled the demise of coverture (also spelled “couverture”), the legal doctrine that made two people legally one upon marriage. As William Blackstone describes it in his Commentaries on the Laws of England (), coverture meant that “By marriage, the husband and wife are one person in law: that is, the. n this book, Steinbach strives to explore both women's history and gender history of the "long nineteenth century" in Britain; the period from to that saw rapid social change due to industrialization, urbanization, the growth of the middle class, and Queen Victoria's botanicusart.com by:

    Aug 11,  · England, s: English common law, a combination of Anglo-Saxon and Norman traditions, leads to the creation of coverture, which is the belief that married men and women . By there were 10,, women living in England and Wales but only 9,, men. On marriage she became the chattel of the man. However, a husband was also considered to be responsible for his wife's debts since, as she owned no property, she couldn't get into debt on her own account.

    Sep 01,  · A good overview of women's history in England from the later eighteenth century to the eve of the first world war. Covering so much ground--including the very different histories and experiences of working women, middle-class women, and elite women, work, marriage, politics, suffrage, education, religion, radical women, conservative women, reformist women--this is /5. The day-to-day lives of men and women were quite clearly divided during the s. People were expected to perform specific duties and fill certain roles based on their sex in order to ensure that the home and community functioned as smoothly as possible. For men, this usually meant working outdoors and participating in town functions.


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