Extracts from the records of the Merchant Adventurers of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. by Merchant Adventurers of Newcastle upon Tyne.

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Edited by J.R. Boyle and F.W. Dendy.

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SeriesThe publications of the Surtees Society ... vol.XCIII, CI)
ContributionsBoyle, J. R. 1853-1907 ed., Dendy, F. W. joint ed.
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LC ClassificationsDA20 .S9 v.93,101
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Pagination2 v.
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Open LibraryOL16401254M
LC Control Number06038352

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The Company of Merchant Adventurers was incorporated in as the direct successor of the Guild of Merchants founded in by a Charter of King John. The Company comprised the Boothmen (corn merchants) Drapers (woollen merchants) and Meriers (silk Merchants) and originally held its "Courts" in the Maison Dieu, Newcastle.

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The theory that the Company of the Merchant Adventurers of England was created at the end of the fifteenth century is similarly.

Merchant Adventurers, company of English merchants who engaged in trade with the Netherlands (and later with northwest Germany) from the early 15th century to The company, chartered inprincipally engaged in the export of finished cloth from the burgeoning English woolen industry.

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The record contains an extract of the charter grante d by Queen Elizabeth I in AD that created the Incorporated Company of Hostmen o f Newcastle upon Tyne and thereby the rules for the good governance of the company.

There follows the lists of members, apprentices and g. The organization served as a social channel for its members, who built The Merchant Adventurers Hall at York in the North of England after the group was formed in This source book collects eighteen substantial documents written between Author: W.

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The Company of Merchant Adventurers of York had its beginnings in when its predecessor, the Fraternity and Guild of Our Lord Jesus Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary was founded. By royal licence, thirteen York merchants were permitted to acquire property in York to the annual value of ten pounds.

This thesis examines how the social and cultural experience of becoming and being a merchant in early modern Newcastle upon Tyne contributed towards the formation of a merchant community in the town during the period Chapters are arranged to broadly reflect stages in the lifecycle, beginning with apprenticeship, followed by housing, the acquisition of material goods and.

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Memorials of Beverley Minster, The Chapter Act Book - Vol I. Ashrewd Italian visitor, writing of England more than four hundred years ago, remarked:—“There are scarcely any towns of importance in the kingdom excepting these two: Bristol, a seaport to the West, and Boraco, otherwise York, which is on the borders of Scotland; besides London to the South.” Now York was not a port, though it traded far afield through Hull; London was a port, but it.

The Merchant Adventurers of England became a trading company in In the outset, company focused its activities in Bruges. However, in the company got hold of trading privileges from the duke of Burgundy, establishing its trading center at Antwerp. The Merchant Adventurers faced fierce competition from the Hanseatic League.

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The Merchant Adventurers of England was the popular name for the Merchants of the Nation of England trading to the Parties of Brabant, Flanders, Holland and Zeeland. Its religious fraternity was dedicated to St Thomas Becket.

Its first grant of privileges was from Brabant inand its governor was made permanent and salaried in. Extracts from the Records of the Merchant Adventurers of Newcastle-upon-Tyne by Merchant Adventurers of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, John Roberts Boyle, Frederick Walter Dendy () "To our trusty and well-beloved Sir Henery Brabant, Knt.I am also much indebted to the Governor of the Gild of Merchant Adventurers of York for placing the manuscripts of the Society at my disposal, and especially to Mr.

Alfred Procter, the Secretary, for his unwearied courtesy in facilitating my access to all the Records in his care. M. S. Chartered by the crown inthe Merchant Adventurers was England's preeminent regulated international trading company until the early nineteenth century.

This source book collects eighteen substantial documents written between andthe most important years of the society's history.

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