By Marcus Ackroyd,Laurence Brockliss,Michael Moss,Kate Retford,John Stevenson
nascent professions during this interval in selling swift social mobility.
The staff of scientific practitioners chosen for this research didn't come from prosperous or specialist households yet profited from their years within the military to accumulate a high-quality and occasionally magnificent fortune, marry into the professions, and position their sons in expert careers. The learn contributes to our figuring out of Britishness within the interval, because the majority of the cohort got here from small-town and rural Scotland and eire yet seldom discovered their better halves within the local nation and
frequently settled in London and different English towns, the place they generally grew to become pillars of the community.
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Advancing with the Army: Medicine, the Professions and Social Mobility in the British Isles 1790-1850 by Marcus Ackroyd,Laurence Brockliss,Michael Moss,Kate Retford,John Stevenson