The Diary of Edmund Harrold, Wigmaker of Manchester 1712-15
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2008 - 178 Seiten
Edmund Harrold's diary provides an insight into the joys, disappointments and challenges of early modern living. It is the diary of a flawed and vulnerable human being, a man with a drink problem, struggling with the demons in his personal, spiritual and professional life.
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