6 edition of Merchants and reform in Livorno, 1814-1868 found in the catalog.
|Statement||David G. LoRomer.|
|LC Classifications||HF1550.19.L58 L62 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 389 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||389|
|LC Control Number||85024721|
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Get this from a library. Merchants and reform in Livorno, [David G LoRomer]. This book examines the reform efforts of the merchant community in Livorno—the major port city of Tuscany—in the period from the restoration of the grand ducal government in to the abolition of the free-port status of the city in By its very nature, a study of reform must touch on many aspects of the city's economic and social life.
Genre/Form: Electronic books History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: LoRomer, David G. Merchants and reform in Livorno, Berkeley: University of California Press, © UC Press E-Books Collection, formerly eScholarship Editions Home Search Browse: Print View: Search within this book Bookbag About Us Help: Merchants and Reform in Livorno – ACKNOWLEDGMENTS: INTRODUCTION: PART ONE THE ECONOMIC BACKGROUND: Chapter One Patterns in Livorno's Commerce: PART TWO THE MERCHANT COMMUNITY.
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It provides a stimulating framework for the comparative analysis of America's complex ante-bellum urban disorder. Reginald C. Stuart Department of History University of Prince Edward Island LoRomer, David G. Merchants and Reform in Livorno Berkeley. Book 1: multiple formats at ; Book 2: multiple formats at ; Merchants and Reform in Livorno, (Berkeley: University of California Press, ), by David G.
LoRomer (HTML at UC Press) Italy and the World War (New York: Charles Scribners Sons, ), by Thomas Nelson Page (illustrated HTML at BYU). LoRomer, David G. Merchants and Reform in Livorno Berkeley, California: University of California Press. x, Illustrations, tables and index. A merchant Thomas Pate (presumably of the Thomas Pate Archive) was associated with the Sampson (Sanson) family in the papal colony Livorno (Leghorn), Italy; from the book Merchants and Reform in Livorno “Endnotes”, Chap.
5, Social Attitudes. The history of the Jews in Livorno (Leghorn in English, Liorne or Liorna in Ladino), Italy has been documented sincewhen descendants of the late 15th-century expulsions from Spain and Portugal settled in the city.
They were settled initially by Sephardic Jews from Jewish community of Livorno, although the youngest among the historic Jewish communities of Italy, was for some. Book 2: multiple formats at Merchants and Reform in Livorno, (Berkeley: University of California Press, ), by David G.
LoRomer (HTML at UC Press) Italy and the World War (New York: Charles Scribners Sons, ), by Thomas Nelson Page (illustrated HTML at BYU). Merchants and Reform in Livorno, – By David G. LoRomer. Berkeley: University of California Press, Pp. x, $ Merchants and Reform in Livorno, David Lo Romer Il giardino degli aranci: il mondo degli agrumi nella storia del Mezzogiorno.
Salvatore Lupo Ottocento, Famiglia, élites e patrimoni a Napoli. Paolo Macry I Signori della terra: L'organizzazione degli interessi agrari padani, InCosimo I de’ Medici, the first Grand Duke of Tuscany (–74), invited Jewish merchants to settle and trade safely in Livorno, and in he instituted a new customs regime that was to be a cornerstone of the free port for over a century.
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Includes index. A digital reproduction is available from E-Editions, a collaboration of the University of California Press and the California Digital Library's eScholarship program. Book/Printed Material Merchants and reform in Livorno, / Bibliography: p. Includes index. A digital reproduction is available from E-Editions, a collaboration of the University of California Press and the California Digital Library's eScholarship program.
He then used “general tables of the merchant ships entering the port of Livorno” for the yearswhich he crossed-checked with Repettias well as with other data LoRomer, D. G., (), Merchants and Reform in Livorno,Berkeley, University of California Press.
Secondary works using the data Baruchello. Merchants and Reform in Livorno – A Discourse of Trade by Roger Coke Discourses Upon Trade; Principally Directed to the Cases of the Interest, Coynage, Clipping, Increase of. Livorno (Italian: ()) is a port city on the Ligurian Sea on the western coast of Tuscany, Italy.
It is the capital of the Province of Livorno, having a population ofresidents in December It is traditionally known in English as Leghorn (pronounced / l ɛ ˈ ɡ ɔːr n / leg-ORN, / ˈ l ɛ ɡ h ɔːr n / LEG-horn or / ˈ l ɛ ɡ ər n / LEG-ərn). 1 – Coverage. 1This questionnaire discusses Livorno (Leghorn in 18 th century English spelling), the main port-city of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany.
2The first registries of entries in the port of Livorno date back to – while Braudel and Romano reconstructed reliable data for 12 years in the second half of the 16 th century (,and ).Merchants' - $ Merchants' Bank 1 Obsolete Currency Haxby g2 Washington Dc Pcgs 64 Ppq G72a 5 - $ G72a 5 Obsolete Merchants And Mechanics Bank Of Troy, Ny Jan 1, Bt Gag8b - $ Gag8b 5 Savannah, Georgia Merchants And Planters Obsolete Note Pmg 20 Net.Merchants and Reform in Livorno, by David G.
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