Vol 38, No 2 (2014)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Guest Editorial
Christopher Joby 99-100

Articles

Sources in the Norfolk Record Office which relate to the History of Norfolk and the Low Countries
John R. Alban 101-115
Eavesdropping on the correspondence between the Strangers, chiefly in Norwich, and their Families in the Low Countries 1567-70
Alastair Duke 116-131
Records Relating to the Strangers at the Norfolk Record Office
Frank Meeres 132-153
The Dutch Language in Early Modern Norfolk: A Social History
Christopher Joby 154–188
Dutch poetry in early modern Norfolk
Christopher Joby 189–203



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