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Author:

 

Dr. L. M. E. Shaw


Report:

 

16


Page:

 

58


Year:

 

1989


Subject Matter:

 

Lisbon and OPorto Factory Houses, British Merchants and Ec. Relations



Excerpt:

 

A detailed study of the article of any commercial treaty can reveal much concerning the economic conditions in the countries concerned. The Anglo-Portuguese commercial treaties of 1642 and 1654, which were confirmed in Article 1 of the 1661 Article of Marriage between Charles II and Catherine, the Lady Infanta of Portugal, are no exception. Each contains an article giving a clue as to one of the chief reasons why Portugal gradually lost control of her own trade and commerce after the mid-sixteenth century. 




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