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Welsh tinplate trade in the mid-eighteenth century.
L. J. Williams
Article from Economic History Review, vol.XIII, no.3, April 1961.
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By there are indications that tinplate was being produced at the Afan Forge although it was not until that the industry became firmly established At the start of the nineteenth century. Britain had 16 tinplate works of which 11 were located in Wales. The first Welsh tinplate was probably produced at Pontypool in The stimulus. Blinded by smallpox at the age of six, John Metcalf () led a life that might have featured in an eighteenth-century novel. Popularly known as 'Blind Jack of Knaresborough', Metcalf had many and varied careers, including musician, horse trader, fish supplier, textile merchant and stage-wagon operator.
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(a) The early middle ages, Evidence for trade before is a major focus of attention in this yearâ s literature, particularly among archaeologists. Pine and others record a Wiltshire site, occupied from c into the eighth century, containing sunken-featured buildings and a large assemblage of pottery and bone, but with little metalwork or glass and little evidence of trade. On. This web site lists over ports, harbours, jetties and piers around the coastline of the UK, of which more than half are in Scotland. Much of the information for each location is historical, but in some cases up-to-date information is provided on current usage, access etc.
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13, No. 3, Published by: Wiley on behalf of the Economic History Society. Each issue also contains a substantial number of book reviews. The Welsh Tinplate Trade in the Mid-Eighteenth Century.
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“ The Welsh Tinplate Trade in the Mid-Eighteenth Century,” Economic History Review, Cited by: The only Japanese 18th century sources are for internal trade p. Spanish America Only partial information (mainly on exports) p. Livorno Mostly navigation statistics (only imports) p., Milan,Customs duties Balances published unoffi State Yes (-) No Yes (-) Yes (-) reform cially Author: Loïc Charles, Guillaume Daudin.
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