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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Appendix Foreign trade in early modern Hull to 1700

    8 To Baltic To all other parts Kerseys Dozens 9 Kerseys Dozens 1614 32,480 2,062 13,133 3,625 1637 13,742 4,759 20,613 16,734 TABLE 4: Cloth Export, 1609-1700 10 1609 1637 1682 1700 Kerseys 39,079 34,355 34,399 53,868 Dozens 2,723 21,493

    The borough of Newbury

    whole subject had been investigated. 88 Kerseys were the Winchcombe specialty. In 1539 Thomas Cromwell ordered a thousand pieces of cloth from John Winchcombe , 89 and in 1544 it was declared that Winchcombe kerseys would make 'great heaps of

    The woollen industry before 1550

    dem and was increasingly for white woollen broadcloth, such as Wyke and Terumber had produced, though much coloured cloth, particularly kerseys, could find a sale, especially for export to France , Spain , and Portugal . Whites could be exported

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    begs to intimate having received somne very estensive deliveries of goods for winter wear; comprising Broad and Narrow Cloths, Cassimeres, Kerseys, Hluntecs, Cords, &r. which, being parchased under every advaotage in the best markets, will be sold, both wholesale and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brown milled Broads 4 It Rich Silt Waistccatirgs, from 31 Drab milled . ... .......f.or;;4 i Livery Valencia, very low. Kerseys and Hunters, fromwill 2 h aQilting, froma . m6 Black and Sloe plains. . 3 Swansdowns, from.. a Terigton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    announced for tie l3th.- The manufaciurers of Rochdale found a ready sale for their pieces on Monday, at totroer prices. Kerseys have not been so much inquired after, and the demand has been limited. In the wool market there is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the deck is level with the sea." In conclusion, the writer asks the finder.of the letter to report to Messrs. Kerseys, the New vYork agents of the linie.-Reuter. The Press Association's Liverpool correspendent, on enquiry this morning at the head Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . .. .. . .. . . . .H o n tl 1 Lord Durham's Nostrum. ?et ilib........... Bradford2br Mr. Kerseys Dailuaine, 7st lO1b ~........... T. Loatee Stockbam (Brown), Hampton Male (Cartledge), Bar- ME letta (S. Chandleyit Secure j~inilay), Ivy Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 June 1689, 11 June 1689

    of the said Kerseys ; but also, after the Clothiers have bought Seals of them, at their own Rates, and have affixed them to their Kerseys, yet the Aulnagers have Vol. X. distrained several of their Kerseys, sometimes at their Subscribers-only content

    11 June 1689, 11 June 1689

    it is the Opinion of this Committee, That there is no Money due for Aulnage, or Subsidy of Aulnage, upon Kerseys, than One Peny per Piece. Resolved, That it is the Opinion of this Committee, That the Collecting of more Subscribers-only content

    27 January 1699, 27 January 1700

    -_------_ Frize ---------- Hats Beavers - - - Hats Casters -------_ Hats Felts - - Kerseys --------- Northern Doz. Doubles Do. Single - Penistons frized -------- Penistons unfrized ------- -Perpetuanas ----_-__ Ruggs Irish - - - - - - ¦ Subscribers-only content

    11 January 1703, 11 January 1704

    of York, was presented to the House, and read; setting forth, that the Vent abroad of our Manufactures of Dozens, Kerseys, and Bays, have been much hindered by the Dearness of Dying Wares, by reason of the great Duties upon Subscribers-only content

    14 January 1703, 14 January 1704

    Har¬ bour. Increase of Seamen. IKast India Trade. that the Petitioners Dealings for foreign Market consist chiefly in Kerseys, which, for the most Part, are sent white, by reason that Foreigners have Dying Commodi¬ ties cheaper than the Petitioners (particularly Subscribers-only content


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