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A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 4, the City of Gloucester

Edited by N M Herbert. The volume takes both a chronological and a thematic approach to the history of the City from before the Norman Conquest to the twentieth century.

Victoria County History - Gloucestershire. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1988.

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Table of contents

Title Page(s)
List of maps and plans xiii-xiv
Editorial note xv
Notes on documents used xvi-xviii
List of abbreviations xix-xxiii
Map of Gloucester city boundaries xxiv
The city of Gloucester: Introduction 1-4
Anglo-Saxon Gloucester: c.680 - 1066 5-12
Medieval Gloucester: 1066 - 1327 13-18
Medieval Gloucester: Crown and Borough, Military History 18-22
Medieval Gloucester: Trade and Industry 1066-1327 22-28
Medieval Gloucester: Town government and the achievement of liberties 28-35
Medieval Gloucester: The later middle ages 35-41
Medieval Gloucester: Trade and Industry 1327-1547 41-54
Medieval Gloucester: Town government, 1483-1547 54-57
Medieval Gloucester: The regulation of trade 57-59
Medieval Gloucester: The town and the religious communities 59-63
Medieval Gloucester: Topography 63-72
Early Modern Gloucester (to 1640): Population and economic development to 1640 73-81
Early Modern Gloucester (to 1640): Social structure 81-84
Early Modern Gloucester (to 1640): City government and politics 84-89
Early Modern Gloucester (to 1640): Religious and cultural life 89-92
Gloucester, 1640-60: The English Revolution 92-95
Gloucester, 1640-60: Population and economic development 95-98
Gloucester, 1640-60: City government and politics 98-99
Gloucester, 1640-60: Religious and cultural life 100-101
Gloucester, 1660-1720: Population and economic development 101-112
Gloucester, 1660-1720: City government and politics 112-117
Gloucester, 1660-1720: Religious and cultural life 117-119
Gloucester: Topography, 1547-1720 120-123
Gloucester, 1720-1835: Economic development to 1791 124-134
Gloucester, 1720-1835: Economic development 1792-1835 135-141
Gloucester, 1720-1835: City government 141-152
Gloucester, 1720-1835: Parliamentary representation 152-154
Gloucester, 1720-1835: Social and cultural life 154-159
Gloucester, 1720-1835: Topography 159-169
Gloucester, 1835-1985: Economic development to 1914 170-183
Gloucester, 1835-1985: Economic development 1914-85 183-191
Gloucester, 1835-1985: City government 191-205
Gloucester, 1835-1985: Parliamentary representation 205-209
Gloucester, 1835-1985: Social and cultural life 209-221
Gloucester, 1835-1985: Topography 221-241
Gloucester: Bridges, gates and walls 242-245
Gloucester: The castle 245-247
Gloucester: Public buildings 248-251
Gloucester: Quay and docks 251-258
Gloucester: Markets and fairs 259-262
Gloucester: Public services 262-269
Gloucester: Hospitals 269-275
Gloucester: The cathedral and close 275-288
Gloucester: Sites and remains of religious houses 288-292
Gloucester: Churches and chapels 292-311
Gloucester: Modern parish churches 311-317
Gloucester: Roman Catholicism 317-319
Gloucester: Protestant nonconformity 319-334
Gloucester: Judaism and Islam 335
Gloucester: Education 335-350
Gloucester: Charities for the poor 351-364
Gloucester: Street names 364-368
Gloucester: Arms, seals, insignia and plate 368-371
Gloucester: Bailiffs, 1200-1483 371-374
Gloucester: Aldermen, 1483-1835 374-381
Gloucester: Outlying hamlets 382-410
Barnwood 410-420
Hempsted 420-429
Hucclecote 430-438
Matson 438-448
Index: A - K 449-462
Index: L - Z 462-474