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Harold A. Innis, The cod isheries: the history of an international economy (Toronto, 1940); C. Grant Head, Eighteenth-century Newfoundland (Ottawa, 1976); Peter E. Pope, Fish into wine (Chapel Hill, NC, 2004). C. Grant Head, Christopher Moore, and Michael Barkham, ‘The ishery in Atlantic commerce’, in R. ), Historical atlas of Canada , vol. I (Toronto, 1987), plate 28. 125 on Sun Dec 23 03:06:09 WET 2012. 005 Cambridge Books Online © Cambridge University Press, 2012 Geographies of the British Atlantic world Map 7 Ports of registry of English and Irish shipping sailing to Barbados, 1686 Source: TNA, Naval Ofice shipping lists for Barbados.
In the early eighteenth century, a resident ishery also developed in Newfoundland, particularly along the old English shore of the Avalon and Bonavista peninsulas. Caretakers were left to look after ishing premises over the winter, and from this small nucleus the population began to grow. Even so, the migratory ishery was still larger than the resident ishery at the time of the American Revolution. The third circuit was the fur trade from London to Hudson Bay. 11 Although of relatively minor commercial value, the fur trade established the English on one of the major entryways into North America and allowed British inluence to spread across much of the northern half of the continent during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century.
The Atlantic economy during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries (Columbia, SC, 2005), pp. 95–151. Ralph Davis, ‘English foreign trade, 1700–1774’, Ec. Hist. , 2nd series, 15 (1962), 285–303. David Eltis, Stephen D. Behrendt, David Richardson, and Herbert S. ), The transatlantic slave trade: a database on CD-ROM (Cambridge, 1999); David Richardson, ‘The British empire and the Atlantic slave trade, 1660–1807’, in OHBE , vol. II: P. J. ), The eighteenth century (Oxford, 1998), pp. 440–64. Harold A.
An Institution of General History (1680) William Howell - Volume Two by William Howell (sometimes spelled Howel)