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Illicit trade with the Isle of Man 1671-1765.

Rupert Charles Jarvis

Illicit trade with the Isle of Man 1671-1765.

by Rupert Charles Jarvis

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Published in Bristol .
Written in English


Edition Notes

FromTransactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society, 58, 1945-1946.

ContributionsLancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society.
The Physical Object
Paginationp.p. 245-267
Number of Pages267
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21773084M

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The Isle of Man has been inhabited since the Mesolithic Period and came under Celtic influence during the Iron Age. It had a turbulent history and came under the rule of the Norse in but in , Norway's King Magnus VI ceded the island to Scotland. The Isle of Man came under English control in the fourteenth century. A short state of the proceedings in the House of Commons, in the year , on the petition of the Duke and Duchess of Atholl: against the Bill "for the more effectual preventing the mischiefs arising to the revenue and commerce of Great Britain and Ireland, from the illicit and clandestine trade to and from the Isle of Man": with the speech of Sir Grey Cooper, then one of the counsel.

Nelsons Hand-Book to The Isle of Wight its History. A Hand-Book to the Antiquities in the Ground and.   Millions of euros saved and counter measures were taken to prevent illicit trade. Following the control team’s full incident analysis, a report was submitted to the customer, significantly aiding in their investigation. The type of investigation described in this .


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Jarvis, ‘Illicit trade with the Isle of Man, ’, Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society, 58 (), pp. ; L. Cullen, Anglo-Irish trade, (New York, ); L. Cullen, ‘The smuggling trade in Ireland in the eighteenth century’, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 67, section C, no Slave Trade Goods available on the Isle of Man The East Indies supplied both the cloths and beads which formed a major and essential part of the Guinea cargoes.

The English East India Company supplies were high-priced. It was possible to import the less expensive Dutch East India Company goods into the Isle of Man from Holland. That upon the whole of their informations and estimates he found, that the smuggling trade from the Isle of Man alone to Ireland, could not amount to less than a loss of £, per annum to his Majesty's revenue in that kingdom.

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International trade and the Isle of Man requirements and standards. The Isle of Man, by virtue of its unique Customs and Excise Agreement with the United Kingdom and European law, is treated as part of the UK and European Union (EU) for Customs, Excise and Value Added Tax (VAT) purposes. References.

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As well as assorted books, pamphlets and Manx newspapers, we hold historical records of the Isle of Man government and past rulers of the Island (the Earls of Derby and Dukes of Atholl); we also retain archives of certain Manx businesses, churches, societies and families or individuals.

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Mesolithic. The Isle of Man effectively became an island around 8, years ago at around the time when rising sea levels caused by the melting glaciers cut Mesolithic Britain off from continental Europe for the last time. A land bridge had earlier existed between the Isle of Man and Cumbria, but the location and opening of the land bridge remain poorly understood.

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