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An Outline History of the Hanseatic League, More Particularly in Its Bearings Upon English Commerce.

Walford, Cornelius


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    <title>An Outline History of the Hanseatic League, More Particularly in Its Bearings Upon English Commerce.</title>
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  <publicationYear>1970</publicationYear>
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    <date dateType="Issued">1970-01-01</date>
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    <description descriptionType="Abstract">In calling the attention of the fellows to some of the leading points in the history of one of the most remarkable confederations which the world has ever seen, and in endeavouring to arrange these into an harmonious and intelligent narrative, I feel that I owe no apology, except at least to the extent to which my labours may be found deficient or defective: for it is in the direction of such original inquiries as the present that our Society may perform its more useful offices. England played a most prominent part in the history of the Hanseatic League; but in this regard has found heretofore no historian, while Germany has several. Hence the present attempt, the results of which, gathered from many sources, are presented without further preface.</description>
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