|Statement||[by] J. B.|
|Series||The English experience, its record in early printed books published in facsimile,, no. 98|
|LC Classifications||HF5361 .B88 1589a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||70007710|
The Merchants Avizo, or instructions very necessary for their sonnes and servants, when they first send them beyond the sea, as to Spaine, and Portugale, and other countries. Written by a wel-willer to youth, I.B. merchant in Bristoll. London: Richard Whitaker, The 19th Century Rare Book and Photograph Shop. De cómo los ingleses deben comerciar en la península Ibérica: The Marchants Avizo () Pecvnia, 7 (), pp. Ignoramos por qué, en las ediciones posteriores a , el. The merchants avizo: very necessary for their sonnes and seruants, when they first send them beyond the sea, as to Spaine and Portingale, or other countries / made by their hearty welwiller in Christ, I.B., merchant J. B (John Browne), ? [ Book, Microform: ] View online (access conditions) At 3 libraries. This resource is very. The marchants avizo: verie necessarie for their sonnes and seruants, when they first send them beyond the seas, as to Spayne and Portingale or other countreyes Call Number: (Request the physical item to view in our reading room).
William A Perkins is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with William A Perkins and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world more open and tion: Owner. Abstract. In , an author calling himself “Baptist Goodall, Merchant” (original emphasis) published The tryall of trauell—80 pages of heroic couplets celebrating overseas trade and l’s punning title reveals the principal aims of his poem: to defend overseas trade, or “Civill travell,” as if it were on trial; and discursively to restrict the field of merchant Author: David J. Morrow. The Merchants Avizo. Edición de print himself but had a very large number of book s printed for him by others. His address was the. king's, afterwards Queen's. J. B. (John Browne), ? The merchants avizo. Verie necessarie for their sons and seruants, when they first send them beyond the seas, as to Spaine and Portingale, or other countries. (At London, Imprinted by John Norton, ) (page images at HathiTrust) See also what's at .
no reference to this in the ledger the Merchants Avizo, a guidebook for young merchants written by a Bristol merchant in the s, suggests that apprentices should expect to earn a 2 ½ per cent commission, which with the volume of trade Robert Tyndall did as Smyth’s factor could have amounted to a significant sum HoweverFile Size: KB. Patrick McGrath (ed.), The Marchants Avizo by I[ohn] B[rowne,] Marchant, (Harvard, ) [e-published by the BRS with permission of the author’s children/heirs, 21 MB file] Patrick McGrath and Mary E. Williams (eds.), Bristol Inns and Alehouses in the Mid-Eighteenth Century (Bristol, ). The Merchants Avizo, in short a self help book for English merchants operating in Spain and Portugal is a perfect example. The work instructs merchants to be “lowly, curteous, and serviceable unto every person”, emphasising the importance of humility and restraint in these catholic nations. The Avizo was an influential document for early English traders and, as its full title explains, was “verie necessarie for their Sons and Seruants, when they first send them beyond the Seas.”33 Written in the s for new merchants exploring Spain and Portugal, the Avizo instructed readers on trading and record-keeping, as well as other.