Some aspects and problems of London Publishing between 1550 and 1650 the Lyell lectures Oxford Trinity term 1955 by W.W Greg

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During the period betweenthe people of Britain were mostly concerned about the leadership of the Monarch. The leadership of the Monarch could be considered the backbone of the Kingdom's well being for the were mostly concerned with religion because of the constant fear of being forced to change religion from protestant to catholic.

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Not much technology in this time. Life span was averaging around only 45 years old. Peoples heath was not a big concern which lead people to not bathe or wash their bodies for months. Garbage, sewage, and trash were dumped all over the roads and on peoples door steps.

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