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Bridges, George (The Smugglers Defeated)
This signed holograph document, proposing methods to counter smuggling in Ireland, describes the illicit trade in wool, tea, brandy and other goods and was submitted to both Houses of Parliament in 1739.
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This signed holograph document, proposing methods to counter smuggling in Ireland, was submitted to both Houses of Parliament in 1739. It describes the illicit trade in wool, tea and brandy and other goods and details methods by which smuggling might be suppressed, as well as the positive effects that suppression could be expected to have. This source could be used to help build up a picture of the 'black economy' in almost any coastal area if it were combined with specific local information.
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If you live in a coastal area and your local historical interests include the history of smuggling then this source is likely to be of interest to you. If you wish to consult the document (MS 438), send an email to Senate House Library , Senate House Library, University of London, letting them know of your intention.
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The volume's catalogue number is MS 438. A collection level description of this collection is available on AIM25.
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One type of criminal activity is discussed.