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Chester customs accounts,1301-1566

Chester ((County Palatine)). Port.

Chester customs accounts,1301-1566

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Published by Record Society of Lancashire & Cheshire in Chester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tariff -- Chester -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by K. P. Wilson.
    GenreChester
    Series(Publications) / The Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire -- vol.111, Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire -- 111.
    ContributionsWilson, Kevin Patrick.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii,172p.,3plates :
    Number of Pages172
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18994306M


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Chester (England). Chester customs accounts, Chester, Record Society of Lancashire & Cheshire, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: K P Wilson; Chester (England). Index to wills and administrations formerly preserved in the Probate Registry, Chester, by Chester (England) (Book) A report from the Committee appointed to enquire into the manner of Chester customs accounts,1301-1566 book the several assay offices in London, York, Exeter.

Chester Customs Accounts’, — Edited by K. Wilson Liverpool, The Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, voL cxi, vii + pp., 3 pis., 1 map £ to non‐members, obtainable from B.C.

Redwood, Cheshire Record Office, The Castle, Chester. 5 Chester fell outside the national customs system, but duties were collected locally, and some accounts survive for the fifteenth century: see Wilson, K. (ed.), Chester customs accounts, – (Record Society for Lancashire and Cheshire, CXI, Liverpool, ), pp.

8 – 14, –12, –52; Chester Record Office (henceforth C.R.O Cited by: 4. The Local Customs Accounts of the Port of Exeter, – (Exeter, ); Gras, Norman Scott Brien, The Early English Customs System: A Documentary Study of the Institutional and Economic History of the Customs from the Thirteenth to the Sixteenth Century (Cambridge, MA, ); Cobb, Henry S., ed.,Author: Richard Goddard.

An index to the wills and inventories now preserved in the Court of Probate at Chester and Lancashire and Cheshire Wills and Inventories at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury The Register Book of the Christenings, weddings and burials within the parish of Leyland Chester Customs Accounts Editor.

Chester Customs Accounts,ed K P Wilson, Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, III () R Stewart-Brown, 'The Exchequer of Chester', English Historical Review, 57 (), pp Cheshire in the Pipe Rolls,ed M Mills and R Stewart Brown, Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, Vol 92 () Cheshire. Chester Customs Chester customs accounts,1301-1566 book - The Great Diurnal of Nicholas Blundell Vol II - Wills & Administrations (Supra & Infra) Proved at Chester The Great Diurnal of Nicholas Blundell Vol III - RECORD SOCIETY OF LANCASHIRE AND CHESHIRE Regd Charity No Volumes in print are available Chester customs accounts,ed.

Wilson, K. P., The account book of Clement Taylor of Finsthwaite,ed. Martin, Mrs Janet D. Pages xiii-xvi. A History of the County of Chester: Volume 5 Part 1, the City of Chester: General History and ally published by Victoria County History, London, Chester Customs Accounts Ed.

Wilson (The Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, vol. CXI Liverpool,vii and pp. unpriced.) Dr Wilson's edition of the Chester customs accounts, extending from the reign of Edward I to that of Elizabeth I, is a useful addition to our knowledge.

The overseas trade of the Isle of Man, J. Dickinson Most studies of Irish Sea trade in the early modern period before the later seventeenth century make little or no mention of the Isle of Man.1 Since these works tend to focus on a single port, usually Chester, this is perhaps not so surprising as the relevant port books.

For Winchester's reforms in the out-ports see Chester customs accounts –, ed. Wilson, Lanes, and Cheshire Record Society, cxi (); W.

Robinson, 'The establishment of royal customs in Glamorgan and Monmouthshire under Elizabeth I', Board of. Chester Customs Accounts - No Ismay References: The Great Diurnal of Nicholas Blundell Vol II - No Ismay References: Wills & Administrations (Supra & Infra) Proved at Chester No Ismay References: The Great Diurnal of Nicholas Blundell Vol III - No Ismay References: K.

Wilson, Chester Customs Accounts,Rec. Soc. for Lancashire and Cheshire, III () D. Woodward, Trade of Elizabethan Chester (Hull, ) D. Woodward, 'Documents and sources: Irish trade and customs statistics, ' Irish Economic & Social History, 26 ().

Introduction. This bibliography has been compiled by members of the Friends of Medieval Dublin as a resource for the study of medieval Dublin.

Dublin was an important settlement for Viking power in Ireland, for the race for high-kingship in the early Middle Ages, and as the seat of English government in Ireland.

The new book ended a century of experiment in customs administration, making the latter the largest proportion of crown revenue and focusing the government's attention in the s and s on the importance of the London-Antwerp trade network to international politics and the economy.

Relations between London and the court were close. Book Reviews in This Article: GREAT BRITAIN. and Ministers’Accounts, ‐ Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series, CXXXII.

Wilson (Ed.). Chester Customs Accounts, ‐ Calendar of Treasury Books Preserved in the Public Record Office. Trade and Empire: The British Customs Service in Colonial America, England's Iron Trade in the Fifteenth Century England's Iron Trade in the Fifteenth Century CHILDS, W.

C H I L D S European context as it provides an indicator of the possible size of Spainâ s international trade, a particularly valuable indicator in the almost total lack of statistical information on Basque production at this time. - Chester Customs Accounts WILSON, GRAEME - Rashid's Legacy: The Genesis of the Maktoum Family and the Histiry of Dubai WINANS, SAMUEL ROSS (INTR., NOTES) - Xenophon's Memorabilia of Socrates.

The new book ended a century of experiment in customs administration, Chester Customs Accounts,ed. K.P. Wilson,Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, (Chester, ); W.R.B.

Robinson, "The etablishment of royal customs in Glamorgan and Monmouthshire under Elizabeth I". Customs juris- dictions included municipalities and their dependent territories. In the fifth century, Theodosius and Valentinian decreed that two-thirds of the revenue from local municipal tolls were in future to be diverted to the imperial treasury, while the other one-third share remained with the Paris, ) p.

86, B c. English Heritage Maritime Historic Environment Research Framework for England. Medieval Period Resource Assessment (c. – AD) Written and edited by Jon Adams, Joe Flatman and Jesse Ransley, with contributions from Duncan Brown, Wendy Childs, Ian Friel, David Gaimster, Colum Giles, Colin Martin, Paula Martin, Duncan McAndrew, Thomas McErlean, Nigel Nayling, Mark Redknap.

CHESTER CUSTOMS ACCOUNTS ; Elizabethan Recusancy in Cheshire, Volume 3; Volume 19; Cheshire and the Tudor State ; William Glasier (sometimes in the Mayor's book "Glaseor"): a possible link between Dudley and Chester in ; John Yerworth: a.

For Chester see J. Tait, The Domesday Survey of Cheshire (Manchester, ), p. 85; J. Morris (ed.), Domesday Book: Cheshire 26 (Chichester, ), fol. b: ‘The king’s reeve ordered those who had marten pelts not to sell to anyone until they had first been shown (prius ostensas) to him, anyone who neglected this paid a fine of 40s.’.