By W. Brulez, A. C. F. Koch, E. H. Kossman, F. C. Spits, Joh. de Vries, P. L. Geschiere, Alice. C. Carter, J. Dhondt
The 5 prior volumes of the Acta Historiae Neerlandicae seemed less than the auspices of the Netherlands Committee for old Sciences. while in 1970 this Committee merged with the ancient Society to shape the Dutch old Society (Nederlands Historisch Genootschap) a chance arose to reconsider the goals of the Acta's unique promotors. additionally this 6th and succeeding volumes turned the accountability of the recent mixed Society as above. The volumes will any more be released on the Hague via Martinus Nijhoff. From the early days of the Acta language limitations have been damaged down, and students from different international locations may perhaps acquaint themselves with deve lopments in ancient paintings within the Low nations hitherto released merely in Dutch. The Acta hence enabled dialogue on Dutch old themes to develop into overseas. despite the fact that, first and foremost matters lined a large box, not just of Dutch but additionally of common background, and articles have been translated from Dutch not just into English but additionally into French and German. If revenues will be taken as a consultant, it seemed that students weren't discovering within the Acta accurately what they have been looking. Editors' expectancies, and accordingly their hopes, have been, it was once felt, going unrealised.
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Then they turned their attention to the priest of the Alexian friars and baited him openly in the street. It turned out later that the young men had been in disguise. 19 A few days later another young man, obviously from Deventer, stood before the altar of the church of Wezeke, a village nearby, singing the Dominus vobiscum and crushing the wafers under his feet. 20 These were more or less isolated incidents. They were certainly not tolerated by the town council, nor was the average citizen likely to have looked with much favour on excesses of this kind.
The Calvinists are hardly likely to have regarded them as their best representatives. The midwife's husband was a complete drunkard, perhaps because his wife Trine was too dominating. Of all those who were guilty of anti-Catholic excesses, he was the only one to be expelled from the town by the magistrate for a period of rustication. 29 21. Ibidem, fo1. 148r-150r, which also gives a list of the terms of abuse the crowd had hurled at the guard. Illustrations of the Weigh-house will be found in Ter Kuile, ZuidSalland, ills.
Occasionally the register itself provides helpful additional information, for example about the father's profession and the names of the godparents. 63 Other archival sources which we might mention are the so-called renuntiatieboek (the register in which transfers of the real estate of private persons were noted down), and the equally lucrative historical source formed by the socalled attestatieboek (in which the attestations of witnesses in the court of justice were recorded). The first of these can tell us a lot about the real estate and invested property of a married couple, or whether they had any at all; while the other is a mine of colourful information about daily life in Deventer at that time.