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Essentially a postfeudal model, the manorial estate was figured as a strictly hierarchical community, knit together by moralized bonds of deference and responsibility. The model therefore resisted both change and competition. Estates were to be passed in an orderly manner from father to son, tenants and labourers were to live and die on the land, agriculture was geared towards manorial self-sufficiency rather than the demands of a market, and families were expected to know and accept their places within the socioeconomic hierarchy.
Tessa Watt, Cheap Print and Popular Piety, 1550–1640 (Cambridge, 1991). 37 Not long ago in Lincoln dwelt,38 As I did understand, A labouring man from thence set forth39 to serve in Ireland:40 And there in prince’s wars was slain, As doth that country know,41 But left his widow great with child as ever she could go. This woman having gone her time, Her husband being dead, Of two fine pretty boys at once was sweetly brought to bed:42 Whereat her wicked landlord straight, Did ponder in his mind, How that their wants he should relieve, and succour for them find.
While the feudal system had effectively collapsed by 1500, commentators worried endlessly about structures of rural social and economic order, and repeatedly sought to define ideals in the face of unsettling patterns of change. Throughout the period covered by this anthology, the dominant conservative ideal was that of the manorial estate. Essentially a postfeudal model, the manorial estate was figured as a strictly hierarchical community, knit together by moralized bonds of deference and responsibility.