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Title WWM Strafford Papers: Part III: Miscellaneous state papers: The Irish Revenues, the establishment of Mint in Ireland, the Irish Customs and Trade Regulations.
Section Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007
Date 1624-1638
Document Type Report, Manuscript
Library Sheffield City Council
Notes From the collections of Sheffield Archives. The Strafford Papers form part of the Wentworth Woodhouse Muniments and have been accepted in lieu of Inheritance Tax by HM Government and allocated to Sheffield City Council Str P 24-25/142-208 items 172-208.
Region Europe
Names Sir John Bankes (f53), Thomas Wentworth (f57v), Sir George Radcliffe (f69v)
Places Ireland, Kildare, Dublin, ports, Waterford, Sligo, Bangor, Kinsale, Dundalk, Youghall, Corke, Dungarvan, Crookhaven, Limerick, Galway (f19-20, 64), Londonderry, Dunnoghodee, Newmarket (f57v), Pembroke, (f74v)
Topics papers of Thomas Wentworth, Irish customs and trade regulations, economy, trade, imports and exports, tallow, salt, wool, pipestoves, wine (f73), tobacco customs, prohibiting import (f 72), ports in Ireland, transport, smuggling
Copyright Sheffield City Council