Estates, Enterprise and Investment at the Dawn of the Industrial Revolution: Estate Management and Accounting in the North-East of England, C.1700-1780
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2007 - 217
The aim of this study is to examine managment practice on estates in the North-east of England c.1700 to 1780 through the lens of the accounts and supporting documentation. Accounts encompassed every aspect of estate operations and thus provide direct evidence of the underlying management systems over a diverse range of activities.
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