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English wool trade selected tracts, 1613-1715: a collection of six rare works republished from originals in the Goldsmiths" Library of Economic Literature, the University of London

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Published by Gregg in Farnborough .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Wool trade and industry -- Great Britain

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsLondon, Eng. University. Goldsmiths" Company"s Library of Economic Literature
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD9901.5 E53
The Physical Object
Pagination441p.
Number of Pages441
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21336997M

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The patterns of trade are explored, together with the various international arrangements that are associated that are associated with the wool trade. The book goes on to explain the theory and practice of trading in the futures markets and the associated regulation, and looks at the players, both wool companies and other institutions. The English Wool Trade. The way in which our new trade with France has opened is shown by the following comparison of exports to that country of "mixed stuffs," carpets, blankets, &c. -- £. The original Indian trade blankets were the multi-striped point blankets imported by the Hudson’s Bay Company from English woolen mills. From to the point blanket was a staple in every fur trader’s inventory and thousands upon thousands found their way into indigenous hands. Other than the aforementioned twin kings of English trade, the English merchants also exported tin and lead, although the metal trade was not nearly as profitable as the woollens or wool cloths. By sheer tonnage, the tin and lead trade exceeded the woollen trade, but being a comparatively cheap bulk good, it was not especially important to.