2 edition of trade and shipping of eighteenth-century Hull found in the catalog.
trade and shipping of eighteenth-century Hull
Bibliography: p. 62-64.
|Statement||by Gordon Jackson.|
|Series||E.Y. local history series -- no. 31|
|LC Classifications||DA670.Y59 E26 no. 31, HF3520.H8 E26 no. 31, HF3520H8 J3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
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31 Paperback – 1 Jan. by Gordon Jackson (Author) See all Author: Gordon Jackson. TRADE AND SHIPPING OF EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY HULL by GORDON JACKSONL U"f EAST YORKSIIIRE LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY Preface 1.
THE TOWN IN THE EARLY EIGHTEENTH CENTURY 2. THE Gsowra OF TRADE (a) Patterns of Trade (b) The Beginnings of Change. D Cc) Consolidation, c. (d) Expansion after Gentwanted to sell his book. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bellamy, Joyce M.
Trade and shipping of nineteenth-century Hull. York, East Yorkshire Local History Society, Oxfam Shop Hull East Yorkshire local History series no. Published by East Yorkshire Local History Society. 64 page booklet See Oxfam website for delivery information.
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Daniel Sykes (born ) was the first member of the family to begin trading in Hull and amassed a fortune from shipping and finance. Richard Sykes (–) diversified further, concentrating on the flourishing Baltic trade in bar iron, and the wealth of the family was built on this in the first half of the eighteenth century.
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