Social & Industrial History
Commune, Country and Commonwealth
The People of Cirencester, 1117-1643
Covering the centuries between Magna Carta and the English Revolution, and connecting local and national history, Rollison's social and political study focuses on Cirencester, a town that made significant interventions in national constitutional development.
Charleston Business on the Eve of the American Revolution
American Maritime History
This study of Charleston (‘the metropolis of the lower South’) offers a detailed description of how business was conducted in an American port before the American Revolution dealt a serious blow to government regulation by Britain and the mercantile system. Originally published in 1934. Slightly off-mint, musty smell due to long storage and no jacket.