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  • Vagrancy in English Culture and Society, 1650-1750

    series Cultures of Early Modern Europe
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  • Food and Identity in England, 1540-1640

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    series Cultures of Early Modern Europe
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    series Cultures of Early Modern Europe
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    series Cultures of Early Modern Europe
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  • Food, Religion and Communities in Early Modern Europe

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    series St Andrews Studies in Reformation History
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  • A Cultural History of Food in the Early Modern Age

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    series The Cultural Histories Series
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