1. The GLOVER trade where in England would the main places be in the
One place famed for gloves at that time was Woodstock in Oxfordshire
(now near Blenheim Palace). I strongly suspect, but do not know for
certain, that gloves would have been produced by a succession of
specialist tradesmen working mostly in their own houses.
2. Would and ATTORNEY get his degree from a large college such as
Cambridge or would there be other colleges in other parts of England, during
As Holinshead wrote in 1582 "there are but three universities in
England: Oxford, Cambridge, and London". In the case of London he
referred not to the current "London University" but to the (still
current) Inns of Court which train barristers. As the title of attorney
has not existed in England since 1873 I guess you are American, and
should know that here the legal profession is divided into solicitors,
and council (barristers) who plead in court.