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THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANGLO-IRISH TRADE IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY

@inproceedings{Flavin2004THEDO,
  title={THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANGLO-IRISH TRADE IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY},
  author={S. Flavin},
  year={2004}
}
This thesis is concerned with the development of Ireland’s trade with England in the sixteenth century. This was the largest branch of Ireland’s overseas trade in the period and therefore developments in this area serve as a model for overall changes in the nature of the Irish economy. The bulk of this study is concerned with an intensive examination of trade in the period 1516-17, based on a detailed analysis of a Bristol customs account from that year. This account was chosen to supplement… Expand
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