3 edition of Irish economics, 1700-1783 found in the catalog.
Irish economics, 1700-1783
Henry Raup Wagner
Reprint of the 1907 ed.
|Series||Reprints of economic classics|
|LC Classifications||Z7165.I68 W33 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||94|
|LC Control Number||79095162|
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Get this from a library. Irish economics, ; a bibliography with notes. [Henry R Wagner]. Irish economics, ; a bibliography with notes by Wagner, Henry Raup, Publication date Topics Ireland -- Economic conditions Bibliography, Ireland -- History 18th century Bibliography Publisher London, J.
Davy & sons Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN ContributorPages: Full text of "Irish economics, ; a bibliography with notes" See other formats. Economics attracted his attention at the time and contributed to his first bibliography, Irish Economics: –, a Bibliography with Notes, which he privately printed in He had gathered up to 6, volumes about economics by the time he left England.
He later gave this collection of works on Irish economics to the Yale University. Author of The plains and the Rockies, The Spanish Southwest,Irish economics,Sir Francis Drake's voyage around the world, 1700-1783 book of the Plains and Rockies,Spanish voyages to the northwest coast of America in the sixteenth century, Peter Pond, fur trader & explorer, News of the Plains and Rockies "a great number of the most important of economics pamphlets of the seventeenth century and also those of Defoe and Swift of the eighteenth, and finally a few of the nineteenth." In he published in a very small edition Irish Economics:A Bibliography with Notes; but while he locates there copies in institutions, he does not.
17 This pamphlet is not in either Hanson, L. W., Contemporary printed sources for British and Irish economic history, – (Cambridge, ), or Wagner, H. R., Irish economics: –, a bibliography with notes (London, ). The only copy known to the present writer is N.L.I.
MSpp. 59–Cited by: His work in London gave him plenty of time to attend English book auctions and for frequent visits to book shops, and also to compile his first bibliography, Irish Economics:a Bibliography with Notes, London, This was based on his collection of Irish writers on economic subjects, a field which then especially interested him.
Each of the two works has an Introduction which is a valuable bibliographical essay in itself. An earlier and more hmited bibliography of eighteenth-century works is Henry R.
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Hold your mouse over the name of a skill to view a sample question. Click on the name of a skill to practice that skill. Wagner, like Foxwell, was a dedicated bibliographer. His Irish Economics, (7) was privately published in A bibliography of British economic tracts was never completed.(8) In the common pursuit of identifying and locating as many early works on economic history as possible at a time when their value in monetary terms and the.
Raup, Irish economics, ; a bibliography with notes,IA J. Carty, Bibliography of Irish History[G] University of Aberdeen, Research Institute of Irish and Scottish Studies, The Irish and Scottish Diasporas in Historical Context: A Bibliography of.
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