Letters to merchants in France, 1731-1842, with details of trade, movement of cargoes, prices, and credit. The letters are from European cities including Cayenne (French Guiana), St Pierre (Martinique), Bristol, London, Christiana (Oslo), Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Milan, Genoa, Livourne (Livorno), Hamburg, Dresden, Berlin, Chambery (Savoy), and Vevey (Switzerland) Recipients include Schröder, Schyler & Co. of Bordeaux; Roux and Co, Marseilles; Gaden, Klissisch and Co, Bordeaux; La Baume and Co, Beaune; and P. Olivier and Co, St Omer.
Letters relating to French commerce
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- ReferenceGB 96 MS 693
- Dates of Creation1731-1842
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialFrench German Italian English
- Physical Description29 items
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Bought at Hodgson's sale of 25 Mar 1966 (lot 502).
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Mostly 9½" x 7".
Compiled by Sarah Aitchison as part of the RSLP AIM25 Project.
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