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Private enterprise and the China trade : British interlopers and their informal networks in Europe, . 720-1750. British private trade networks in the Arabian seas, . 680-c. The Pattern of Trade in Seventeenth-Century Mughal India: Towards an Economic Explanation. Trading States, Trading Places: The Role of Patrimonialism in Early Modern Dutch Development. Loading similar paper. he Allen Institute for Artificial IntelligenceProudly built by AI2 with the help of our.
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Hurlock was an East India Company director in 1768, and again later ^ Ian Bruce Watson (1 January 1980). Foundation for Empire: English Private Trade in India, 1659-1760.
Hurlock was an East India Company director in 1768, and again later. He was a Fellow of the Royal Society and involved with the Society of Arts as a committee chairman. Ian Bruce Watson (1 January 1980). pp. 174–5 note 24. ISBN 978-0-7069-1038-4.
See Ian Bruce Watson, Foundation for Empire: English Private Trade in India 1659–1760 (New Delhi: Vikas . Ian Bruce Watson, ‘Indian Merchants and English Private Interests: 1659–1760’, in Ashin Das Gupta and .
See Ian Bruce Watson, Foundation for Empire: English Private Trade in India 1659–1760 (New Delhi: Vikas, 1980), p. 6. oogle Scholar. Pearson (eds) India and the Indian Ocean, 1500–1800 (Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1999), pp. 301–16, pp. 302–3. Bowen, ‘Privilege and Profit: Commanders of East Indiamen as Private Traders, Entrepreneurs and Smugglers, 1760–1813’, International Journal of Maritime History, 19 (2007), pp. 43–88. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.
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English Private Trade in India, 1659–1760 (Delhi, 1980), p. 28. 130 For a recent example of a social study based on the concept of communication see, Steele, Ian . The English Atlantic 1675–1740 (New York, 1986).
English Private Trade in India, 1659–1760 (Delhi, 1980), p. 284. 38 See, . Arzee of Thanadar of Lowtun (?) nr. Nichlour, 13 January. My attention has also been drawn to Habib, . ‘Postal Communications in Mughal India’, Procs Ind. Hist. Congress, 46th Session, pp. 236–52;Siddiqi, M. ‘The Intelligence Service under the Mughals’, Medieval India, a Miscellany, 2 (London, 1972), pp. 54ff.
Foundation for Empire: English Private Trade in India. The Protean Picaresque, in The Picaresque: Tradition and Displacement. This book sets out to answer these questions by tracing English prose fiction from its late medieval origins through its stories of rogues and criminals, family rebellions and suffering heroines, to the present-day novels of immigration. Major novelists, from Daniel Defoe to authors of the late 20th century, have drawn on national history and mythology in novels that have pitted Cavalier against Puritan, Tory against Whig, region against nation, and domesticity against empire.
Private trade networks have come to be characterised as transnational enterprises that formed an important . thesis, Yale University, 1979) and Ian Bruce Watson, Foundation for Empire: English Private Trade in India, 1659-1760 (New Delhi, 1980).
Private trade networks have come to be characterised as transnational enterprises that formed an important part of an emerging early modern global economy .