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Jon Stobart has published widely on the history of consumption, retailing, and leisure in eighteenth-century England, and has particular interests in the spatiality of consumption and the operation of the second-hand market.
Table of Contents
|Ancient and modern: the grocery trade in early-modern England|
|A new world of goods: groceries in the long eighteenth century|
|From colony to counter: networks of supply|
|Geographies of selling: the grocery trades in provincial towns|
|Selling spaces: display and storage of groceries|
|Selling groceries: service, credit, and price|
|Exotic, empire, or everyday? Advertising groceries|
|Baskets of goods: customers and shopping practices|
|Tea and cakes: consuming groceries|
|Groceries and changing domestic material culture|
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