A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 2, General; Ashford, East Bedfont With Hatton, Feltham, Hampton With Hampton Wick, Hanworth, Laleham, Littleton. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1911.
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|Rogers' (fn. 1) Average||Rogers' Highest Price||Middlesex Wage||Rogers' Highest Price||Middlesex Wage||Rogers' Average||Middlesex Wage|
|1278–9||—||—||—||—||—||25/8d.–2¼d. 3d.–4½d.(with man)||Edgeware, 4½d. (with man)|
|1300–1||—||—||—||—||—||2½d.–2d. 3¼d. (with man)||Teddington, 3½d. (with man)|
|1314–15||3d.–37/8d.||4d.–5d.||Isleworth, 4d. & 5d.||5¾d.–7d. (with help)||Isleworth, 4d.||3½d.–4d.||Isleworth, 4d.|
|1320–1||3¾d.||5d.||Isleworth, 4d.||—||—||2¾d.–3½d.||Isleworth, 4d.|
|1324–5||3½d.||5d.||10½d. a week||5d. (with help)||4d. (with man)||3½d.||2d.|
|1335–6||33/8d.||4d.||Teddington, 3½d.||6d.–7d. (with help)||Teddington, 3d.||—||—|
|1349–50||41/8d.–4¼d.||5d.–7d.||Teddington, 4d.||—||—||37/8d.–3¼d. 5d.–6d. (with man)||Paddington, 9d. (with man)|
|1351–2||4d.||9d. (with man)||Isleworth, 6d. Teddington, 6d. & 4d.||4d.||Isleworth, 7d. (with boy)||3d.–3½d. 63/8d. (with man)||Isleworth, 7d. (with boy) Teddington, 3½d.|
|1384–5||5d.–4¾d.||5d.–6d.||Isleworth, 6d.||—||—||4d.||Isleworth, 4d.|
|1407–8||4¼d.–5¾d.||5½d.–6d.||Sutton, 5d. (without food)||—||—||4d.–5¼d.||Sutton, 5d. (without food)|
|1434–5||5¾d.||8½d.||Sawyer, 6d. Carpenter, 5d.||—||—||—||—|
Assessment Of Wages For The County Of Middlesex, Charles II
Artificers by the year, £10 12s.; second sort, £6 8s. Husbandmen, carters, and drivers: First sort, £8; second sort, £6; third sort, £4. Women servants, £4, £3, and £2.
Reports To Board Of Agriculture, 1794
Labourers, 1s. 6d. to 1s. 8d. a day; handy workmen near London, 2s. winter and summer.
Thrashing barley and oats, 2s. 6d. a quarter; wheat, 4s.
Common labourers by the week, 12s. to 8s.; 15s. at harvest time. Women, 5s. and 6s.
Rents in Middlesex vary a good deal from holding to holding, but the most usual rent for one virgate is 5s. (4s.–7s. 6d.) and for half a virgate 2s. 6d. (2s.) from the time of Henry III to Henry VI.