Published December 1, 1967
by Augustus M Kelley Pubs .
Written in English
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The English Coasting Trade, by WILLAN, T.S. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at : Hardcover. Obituary: Professor T. S. Willan. FBA ; author of River Navigation in England , The English Coasting Trade , Three 17th-century Yorkshire Surveys (with EW. T S Willan, The English coasting trade (Manchester ) N J Williams, The maritime trade of the East Anglian ports (Oxford, ) R W K Hinton, The port books of Boston , Lincoln Record Society, vol L (), useful for understanding how the port books were compiled. Give each student a copy of the worksheet Trade in the s, which has pictures of Native American and Dutch material culture and trade goods. For each item, read aloud the label and discuss what the item is, what it was used for, and who sold it to the other—Dutch Europeans or Native Americans.
T. S. Willan, The English Coasting Trade, (Manchester ). T. S. Willan, (ed.)., A Tudor Book of Rates (Manchester ). W. B. Stephens, 'The Exchequer Port Books as a Source for the History of the English. 2 Described in T. S. Willan, The English Coasting Trade, (), pp. 24 OVERSEAS TRADE OF CHESTER of imports. 3 Most importing ships brought Irish goods, such as Book of Rates would have been £ and on new draperies £35; for the figures are £ and £48 respectively, and for £ and £ page 71 note 2 For details see T. S. Willan, River Navigation in England, –, English Coasting Trade, –, and ‘ The navigation and trade of the Severn valley, – ’ in Econ. Hist. Rev. viii (), 68 – 79; Farr, G., ‘ Severn navigation and the trow ’ in Mariner's Mirror, xxxii (), 66 – 95; and Davies. Cf. T. S. Willan, English coasting trade – (), Appendix 6. For example, the Morian of Hamburg () which was described as entering 'ab ibidem' with bay salt. There must be a strong suspicion that she came directly from Bourgneuf Bay or Brouage. Eliz.I, c. .