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John Isham, mercer and merchant adventurer

John Isham

John Isham, mercer and merchant adventurer

two account books of a London merchant in the reign of Elizabeth I

by John Isham

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Published by Printed for the Northamptonshire Record Society by Northumberland Press in Gateshead, Co. Durham .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Northamptonshire (England),
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Isham, John, 1525 (ca.)-1596.,
    • Northamptonshire (England) -- History -- Sources.,
    • Great Britain -- History -- Elizabeth, 1558-1603 -- Sources.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesJohn Isham"s accounts, 1558-1572.
      Statementedited with an introduction by G.D. Ramsay.
      SeriesThe Publications of the Northamptonshire Record Society ;, v. 21
      ContributionsRamsay, G. D.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA670.N69 N9 vol. 21
      The Physical Object
      Paginationcxii, 197 p. :
      Number of Pages197
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5847527M
      LC Control Number62006709
      OCLC/WorldCa4428691

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An important collection of private. John Isham, mercer and merchant adventurer; two account books of a London merchant in the reign of Elizabeth I by Isham, John, (ca)Pages: Davies, Margaret Gay, "John Isham: Mercer and Merchant Adventurer.

Two Account Books of a London Merchant in the Reign of Elizabeth I. Edited by G. Ramsay. (The Publications of the Northamptonshire Record Society, Vol. X," The Journal of Economic History, Cambridge University Press, vol. 24(1), pagesMarch. The Church Book of St. Ewen's, Bristol – Edited by MastersBetty R.

and RalphElizabeth. (Publications of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Records Section, vi, ). Elizabeth Isham, the eldest of three children, was born in at Lamport Hall in Northamptonshire, England. John Isham, her great-grandfather, was a small mercer and merchant-adventurer who later became a wealthy woolens merchant and master warden of the Company of Mercers.

John Isham: Mercer and Merchant Adventurer: Mercer and merchant adventurer book account books of a London Merchant in the reign of Elizabeth I. Mercer and merchant adventurer book by G.D. Ramsay, The fortunes of the younger son of a landowner who left Northamptonshire at 16 for the City of London and returned after 30 years to buy the manor of Lamport.

The Northamptonshire Record Society is a text publication society for the English county of Northamptonshire. Ramsay, G.D. ed., John Isham, mercer and merchant adventurer: two account books of a London merchant in the reign of Elizabeth I, 21 () Raban, S.

ed., The White Book of Peterborough: the registers of Abbot William of. john johnson’s letters: the accounting role of tudor merchants’ correspondence Abstract: This article examines the role that correspondence played in the accounting systems of John Isham merchants.

Merchants John Isham heavily on letters as a means of controlling their businesses at a distance by making agents accountable. John Isham, Mercer and Merchant Adventurer. Two Account Books of a London Merchant in the Reign of Elizabeth I, Editued with an Introduction. Publications of the Northamptonshire Record Society, Volume XXI by G.

Ramsay mercer and merchant adventurer book. John Isham: Mercer and Merchant Adventurer. Two Account Books of a London Merchant in the Reign of Elizabeth I. by G. Ramsay (pp. ) Review by: Margaret Gay Davies. Thus entries mercer and merchant adventurer book John Isham's ledger (–) generally take the formulation as in ‘Seugar John Isham to gyve ’ and ‘Seugar owith to have ’(Ramsay, Ramsay GD (Ed.) () John Isham: Mercer and Merchant Adventurer Northampton Northamptonshire Record Society: pp.

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John Isham my grandfather departed this lyfe on the 17 day of March being 70 yeares old and 6 monthes when he died. PORTRAIT OF JOHN ISHAM, ESQ. The picture of John Isham, Esq. who bought Lamport has on it Aetatis suae 44 and on the uppermost part of the frame, which was broken, was the date of ye year viz is "John Isham, Mercer and Merchant Adventurer Two Account Books of a London Merchant in the Reign of Elizabeth I" edited by D.

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Ramsay, Northampton Record Society, xxi (), p. lxxxiii. /88/9. On the petty customs see F. Dietz, English public finance – (), n. They included 3d in the £ on all exports and discriminatory charges on cloth shipments.

From the Enrolled Customs Account. By her marriage on October 6, to John Isham (Ma /6), a mercer and Merchant Adventurer, she forfeited three tenements in the parish of St. Michael, Bassishaw, a tenement in White Hart Street, and the lease of a tenement in Ironmonger Lane to her sons, but all her sons’ property, in turn, would be managed by her new husband.

A connection to the Isham family may have arose from sons of Sir Eusby Isham briefly holding the manor of Condover: On the 4th July, 3rd and 4th Philip and Mary,that King and Queen granted to Gregory Isham and John Isham, of London, mercers, the Manor of Condover and Burton, with certain tenements and lands there John Isham, the 4th son.

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