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Bristol's Trade with Ireland and the Continent, 1503-1601 : The evidence ofthe exchequer customs accounts.  Hardcover in dustjacket,, FLAVIN, Susan and Evan T. JONES, eds. Bristol Record Society publications, volume 61.
Author Name:    FLAVIN, Susan and Evan T. JONES, eds. Bristol Record Society publications, volume 61.

Title:   Bristol's Trade with Ireland and the Continent, 1503-1601 : The evidence ofthe exchequer customs accounts. Hardcover in dustjacket,

Publisher:    Four Courts Press, for the Bristol Record Society, Dublin, 2009, ISBN:9781846821820 2009

ISBN Number:   1846821827 / 9781846821820

Seller ID:   113215

FLAVIN, Susan and Evan T. JONES, (eds.). Bristol's Trade with Ireland and the Continent, 1503-1601 : The evidence of the exchequer customs accounts. Susan Flavin and Evan T. Jones, editors. (Dublin) : Four Courts Press, for the Bristol Record Society, (2009). Pp. (8),ix-xxv,(1),1-1081,(13). 8vo, white cloth with black lettering to spine.

Bristol Record Society Publications, volume 61.

With several Newfoundland references contained in the index.

"The English exchequer customs accounts are the most thorough, comprehensive and long-running records of foreign trade to exist for any country in the pre-modern period. The eleven Bristol 'particular' accounts and port books reproduced in this volume were chosen to assist the re-evaluation of the economic development of southern Ireland before and during the Nine Years War (1594-1603). The Bristol accounts are without doubt the best quantitative economic record that exists for studying any aspect of Irish economic development during the sixteenth century, recording in minute detail what was the most important branch of Ireland's overseas trade. As such, these accounts can serve as the starting-point for future research into many aspects of the eceonomic and social development of southern Ireland during this period."- from the dustjacket.

Contents:
1. The 'Particular' Accounts (1-670);
2. The Port Books (671-942).

With glossaries of commodities, weights and measures; place-names; first names; and an index of people, places, and ships (1066-1081).

Very good in crisp dustjacket.
NOTE Due to the weight of this book, over two kilos, extra shipping charges will be necessary to cover postage on international orders. 45.00


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