The Minority Communities of London
The make-up of London's population changed and changed again during the course of the long eighteenth century. European Protestant refugees, blacks discharged from the armies of a growing empire, and Jews from Spain and Eastern Europe contributed to the ragout of communities that made up this world city. Information about all these communities, and several more besides, can be found in the Proceedings.
Patterns of Migration, Employment, Housing and Communities, Legal Contexts, Search Strategies
Communities and Histories, Stereotypes and Reactions, Legal Contexts, Search Strategies
Legal Context, Prosecutions, Cultures of Homosexuality, Lesbianism, Search Strategies
Patterns of Migration, Employment, Housing and Communities, Legal Contexts and Trials, Search Strategies
Sephardim, Ashkenazi, Legal Context, Search Strategies
Migration, Welcome and Assimilation, Silk Watches and Money, Legal Contexts, Search Strategies
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