Table of contents for Autonomy and community : the royal manor of Havering, 1200-1500 / Marjorie Keniston McIntosh.

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Part I. Havering, the Crown and External Control, 1200-1500: 1. Royal profit and the privileges of the ancient demesne, 1200-65
2. External demands and Havering's resistance, 1265-1500
Part II. Economic Independence and its Consequences, 1251-1460: 3. Differentiated landholding and the population, 1251-1460
4. A commercial economy, 1350-1460
Part III. Community, Conflict and Change, 1352-1500: 5. The manor court and the resolution of local problems, 1352-1460
6. New problems, new solutions: the liberty of Havering-Atte-Bower, 1460-1500

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Havering (London, England) History, Manors England Essex History To 1500, England Economic conditions 1066-1485, England Social conditions 1066-1485, Feudalism England Essex Case studies, Land tenure England Essex History To 1500, Essex (England) History