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Merchants, ships and trade, 1660-1830

L. M. Cullen

Merchants, ships and trade, 1660-1830

by L. M. Cullen

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Published by Gill and Macmillan in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Merchant marine -- Ireland -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementL.M. Cullen.
    SeriesInsights into Irish history
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(6),66p. :
    Number of Pages66
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17387525M
    ISBN 100717105458
    OCLC/WorldCa962499

      This fourth century ship was excavated from the Marmaray Yenikapi site in Istanbul. It is an important find that highlights the type of small vessels that were used to carry goods to Constantinople. Trade merchants commonly transported goods such as honey, almonds, walnuts, hazel, olives, fish sauces and pine cones in small vessels by sea.   The Spice That Built Venice He decided to orchestrate a risky trade that could help him pay off his loans and restore his wealth, a trade for one of the most valuable commodities of the day.

      The Trade Pact books by Julie Czerneda, Butterfly is a smuggler, not a legal trader, with a forbidden AI in her ship. Much adventure ensues. Of course, if you've found C.J. Cherryh already, you won't miss The Pride of Chanur and the other Chanur books, which are all about merchants and are among her most readable. I thought the George R.R. This book tells of the Baltimore Clipper ship, its development, deployment, construction, rise to fame and eventual decline. It details the ship’s use by merchants, slavers, smugglers, and the navy during the 19th century and also includes diagrams, charts, and case studies.

    Nearer home, there was a huge increase in the volume of trade with Ireland that employed a third or more of the tonnage of shipping active in the Clyde towards the end of the century. Finally, new opportunities for Glasgow traders to ship colonial produce to the Continent followed the completion of the Forth & Clyde Canal in Eighteenth-Century Colonial American Merchant Ship Construction. (December ) Kellie Michelle VanHorn, B.S., Indiana University Chair of Advisory Committee: Dr. Kevin Crisman Past research on eighteenth-century ships has primarily taken one of two avenues, either focusing on naval warship construction or examining the merchant.


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Merchants, ships and trade, 1660-1830 by L. M. Cullen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Merchants, ships and trade, [L M Cullen; Gill & Macmillan,]. This book presents the challenges faced by maritime merchants operating in the North Atlantic in the early modern period, and examines the opportunities, aspirations, and methods utilised in the pursuit of profitable trade.

The author soon learned that in the clipper Frolic, a sailing ship built specifically for the Asian opium trade, had wrecked on the Mendocino coast, a few miles from the Pomo village. He unearthed the business records of its owners, A.

Heard & Co., which showed that respectable Bostonians had made their fortunes running opium from India to Cited by: 5. The author soon learned that in the clipper Frolic, a sailing ship built specifically for the Asian opium trade, had wrecked on the Mendocino coast, a few miles from the Pomo village.

He unearthed the business records of its owners, A. Heard & Co., which showed that respectable Bostonians had made their fortunes running opium from India to. Merchants of Grain is a detailed and alluring account of five very secretive but very large companies that are in Merchants center of the world's food supply: Cargill, Continental, Louis Dreyfus, Bunge, and Andre.

All of these companies are as dominating today as they were years ago/5(25). "A Splendid Exchange: How Trade Shaped the World" is a thorough description of the effect of commerce, trade, and exchange on the world.

It also describes many of the changes and continuities of trade throughout world history. William Bernstein contributes to many themes of history, such as culture, interactions, and by: The port books are locally created records of customs duties paid on overseas trade.

They cover but for many ports they stop well before A number of port books have been published by local record societies. Search the internet to find your local record society, or check the British Association for Local History website.

User Review - Flag as inappropriate This book contains valuable information for the historian or researcher of the history of steam merchant vessels. It supplements the Lytle-Holdcamper List, which is incomplete for and does not always give offical registration numbers or signals.

Unfortunately, the poor image quality negates much of it's usefullness4/5(1). All the ships of the sea and their sailors came alongside to barter for your goods. Ezekiel Your wealth, wares, and goods, your sailors, captains, and shipwrights, your merchants and all the warriors within you, with all the other people on board, will sink into the heart of.

Half-yearly crew lists for ships on ‘home voyages’ (Schedule D) A Schedule D form was headed ‘Accounts Of Voyages And Crew For Home Trade Ship’.

Completed by the masters of ships engaged in the coastal or fishing trade, giving the voyages and crew for the preceding half year, and was to be filed within 21 days of the end of June or. The Space Merchants accomplishes both of these feats.

I first read a version of the story in Galaxy Magazine back in the 's. Recently, I read the updated version and was pleasantly surprised at how well the story stood up 70 years by: Lament over Babylon 16 saying: “Woe, woe to the great city, clothed in fine linen and purple and scarlet, adorned with gold and precious stones and pearls.

17 For in a single hour such fabulous wealth has been destroyed!” Every shipmaster, passenger, and sailor, and all who make their living from the sea, will stand at a distance 18 and cry out at the sight of the smoke rising from the.

A merchant is a person who trades in commodities produced by other people. Historically, a merchant is anyone who is involved in business or trade. Merchants have operated for as long as industry, commerce, and trade have existed. In 16th-century Europe, two different terms for merchants emerged: meerseniers referred to local traders (such as bakers and grocers) and koopman (Dutch: koopman.

The Hanseatic merchants had had a special relationship with England since the 12th century. They had a monopoly of English trade with the Baltic, importing the hemp for ropes and sail cloth and timber for ships, both vital to English defences, and grain which they sold at high prices when English harvests failed.

A merchant ship, merchant vessel, trading vessel, or merchantman is a watercraft that transports cargo or carries passengers for hire. This is in contrast to pleasure craft, which are used for personal recreation, and naval ships, which are used for military purposes. They come in myriad sizes and shapes, from twenty-foot inflatable dive boats in Hawaii, to 5, passenger casino vessels on.

Insights into Irish History: Merchants, Ships and Trade by L. Cullen (pp. Simulate pre-colonial trade on a map of the Atlantic Ocean. Cut out one set of pictures from the worksheet Trade in the s. Have students help you tape the cut-out pictures on the appropriate continents on the map of the Atlantic Ocean.

Cut out the picture of a sailing ship on the worksheet A Sailing Ship in the s. One such symbol combined the mystical "Sign of Four" with the merchant's name or initials. The "Sign of Four" was an outgrowth of an ancient symbol adopted by the Romans and by Christianity, Chi Rho (XP), standing for the first two letters of Christus in Greek letters; this was simplified to a reversed "4" in Medieval times.

The evolution of this symbol is shown in M. Shah's article. Merchant shipping of the British Empire --Seagoing ships of the Netherlands --The ships of Scandinavia and the Baltic --Mediterranean ships and shipping, --European inland sailing craft --Pleasure craft --Shipping economics and trade --Seamen and the merchant service, Explore the expansion of trade and Empire and discover the stories of the first South Asians to settle in Britain.

The early relationship between Britain and India was based on trade. In Britain founded the East India Company. As the East India Company expanded, its political control increased.

The Company introduced raw materials such as. Debating The Morality Of The Opium Trade. But among merchants, there was a robust debate about the morality of selling opium in China, where at least 2 million residents -- .Richard Henry Dana.

Richard Henry Dana, American writer and lawyer, was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts on August 1, He left his studies at Harvard in in the hope that a sea voyage would aid his failing eyesight.The Company of Merchant Adventurers to New Lands was an early joint stock association, which began with private exploration and enterprise, and was to have been incorporated by King Edward VI inbut received its full Royal Charter in It led to the commencement of English trade with Russia, Persia and elsewhere, and became known informally, and later formally, as the Muscovy Company.