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The Economic History of Cork City from the earliest Times to the Act of Union. [Signed / Inscribed in special leather binding]
Cork, Cork University Press, 1937. Octavo. (20), 382, 28 pages (including Index). Including 9 maps of Cork (Historical maps of Cork from 1545 until 1801) and 10 diagrams (Export of Herring from Cork etc. etc.). Original Hardcover. Brown cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Excellent condition. Rare in this excellent condition. Very firm binding ! Includes for example the following chapters: The Possibility of a Pre-Christian Settlement on or near Cork Harbour / The Danish and Norse Settlements in Cork / From the Anglo-Norman Invasion to the early part of the fourteenth century / The Fourteenth and Fifteenth Century / From 1500 to the end of the Elizabethan Wars / From the Accession of James I. to the Siege of Cork in 1690 / From the Williamite Wars till the Grant of Free Trade to Ireland / The Cork Butter Market / The Provision Trade / English Cattle Acts / Money coined in Cork / The Social Condition of the People / With an Appendix: The Position of Irish Rivers, Harbours and Tribes according to Ptolemy's Geography / Charter of John to the City of Cork / etc. etc. /
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