Written by Mandy N
(10/20/2003 12:50 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, GR: Geography and Society, penned by Myretta
] Do we find more inter-marriage between tradespeople and the traditional gentility in the north because they don't have as many options or this a pattern for what was happening in England at the time?
I think this exemplified social relations which would later spread through England. According to the Introduction, roads had improved and canels connected towns. So it appears despite the north's remoteness ;there was increased mobility for people travelling to and from northern areas; Society must've become more variable, 'less tedious' for the local gentry.
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