LHG Bibliography: Population

Blaauw, W.H., Subsidy roll of the Rape of Lewes in 1296, copied from an original MS, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1849, 2, 288-306.
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Brent, Colin, Urban employment and population in Sussex between 1550 and 1660, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1975, 113, 35-50.
Compares and contrasts Lewes with Brighton, Hastings, and Rye.

Cooper, William Durrant, Valuations of the Rapes of Lewes and Pevensey, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1867, 19, 207-208.
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Daniel-Tyssen, John Robert, The Parliamentary Surveys of the County of Sussex, A.D. 1649-1653, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1871, 23, 217-313.
Continued in Vol. 24. Includes Rape of Lewes. [Full text of article]

Daniel-Tyssen, John Robert, The Parliamentary Surveys of the County of Sussex, A.D. 1649-1653, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1872, 24, 189-287.
Continued from Vol. 23. Includes Cliffe, South Malling. [Full text of article]

Ellis, W.S., Subsidy Roll, collected within the Rape of Lewes, 19 James I, A.D. 1621, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1857, 9, 71-88.
Shows the lists of Lewes Burrow and its wealth compared with others, also Southover Burrow. [Full text of article]

Huzel, James P., Population change in an East Sussex town: Lewes 1660-1800, Sussex Industrial History, Winter 1971-2, 3, 2-19. [PDF]

Pelham, R.A., The urban population of Sussex in 1340, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1937, 78, 211-223.
Compares Lewes to other Sussex towns.

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