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Shrewsbury drapers and the Welsh wool trade in the XVI and XVII centuries.

Mendenhall, Thomas C.

Shrewsbury drapers and the Welsh wool trade in the XVI and XVII centuries.

by Mendenhall, Thomas C.

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Published by Oxford University Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Textile industry and fabrics -- Wales,
  • Wool trade and industry,
  • Wales -- Commerce and industries

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesOxford historical series: British series
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 248 p. tables.
    Number of Pages248
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15507266M

    The cloth trade went into a gradual decline after this date. The number of drapers had fallen back to 61 in ” (Source:  The Shrewsbury Drapers and the Welsh Wool Trade in the XVI and XVII Centuries, T.C. Mendenhall)   Edward migrated to Virginia at about this time. The Cloth Exports of the Provincial Ports, ‐ but Prof. Friis's figures are based on an “imperfect” port book. 1 T. C. Mendenhall, The Shrewsbury Drapers and the Welsh Wool Trade in the XVI and XVII Centuries (),p, where “” is correctly , the source having been dated wrongly. 2 Compare Appendix A with Friis.

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Mendenhall. T.C. Mendenhall, The Shrewsbury Drapers and the Welsh Wool Trade in the XVI and XVII Centuries (Oxford University Press, ), p. 57 Except where noted, the next four paras. are based on T.C. Mendenhall, The Shrewsbury Drapers and the Welsh Wool Trade in the XVI and XVII Centuries (); and the general account of Shrewsbury provided by Simon Healy in Hist.

Parl. Commons, (forthcoming) which contains much new material. His Oxford dissertation, The Shrewsbury Drapers and the Welsh Wool Trade in the XVI and XVII Centuries, was published in and continues to be cited in scholarly publications on related topics. The Shrewsbury Drapers and the Welsh Wool Trade in the XVI and XVII Centuries by T.

Mendenhall The Shrewsbury Drapers and the Welsh Wool Trade in the XVI and XVII Centuries by T. Mendenhall (pp. The Shrewsbury Drapers and the Welsh Wool Trade in the XVI and XVII Centuries.

(Oxford, ) p. Mendenhall T. C., The Shrewsbury Drapers and the Welsh Wool Trade in the XVI and XVII Centuries. (Oxford, ) p. Mendenhall T. C., The Shrewsbury Drapers and the Welsh Wool Trade in the XVI and XVII Centuries. (Oxford, ) p. Despite this, Shrewsbury thrived throughout the 16th and 17th centuries; largely due to the town's fortuitous location, which allowed it to control the Welsh wool trade.

As a result, a number of grand edifices, including the Ireland's Mansion (built ) and Draper's Hall (), were constructed.

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House of Commons, (), vol. II, ; and T.C. Mendenhall, The Shrewsbury Drapers and the Welsh Wool Trade in the XVI and XVII Centuries (), 21 T.S.A.S. viii ().

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